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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 5, 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
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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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The Cream of To-day's News by Telegraph Condensed for Busy Readers.

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:!ors.m.- Hetriek, Kennard, Washington I STEPHEN

"I am fifty-six years old and have not WEDDING
felt well since the Change of Life beganten ,
years ago. I WM in misery somewhere I I
Edito: Daily Newt
most of the time. My back was I I
very weak, and flesh tO tender It Please allow me space to report
.\ Stealthy Insidious Weakening my To Be Entertained by the New York Chamber
hurt me to lean against the back of a the Brilliant celebration of the

chair. I had pain under my shoulder-
Enemy to Women. blades, in the small of my back and tweuty-fifth anniversary of the of Commerce. '

hipg. I sometime wished myself out of marriage of Mr. Stephea Fitz-

,.. N .. this world. Had hot and cold spells, I -- --
patrick, the well known colored car .
dizziness, and trembling of the limbs,
i it and was losing flesh all the time. penter, and his excellent wife, which (Special to The New.

"After following your directions and took place !at their home, SO; East ATLANTIC
London April 5.-The statement:
t. taking I'eruna I now f"ellike a different Chase street, last night.
Il'rJn.-" Mrs. Wm. Hetriek.Tiarbara is made in high diplomatic circles
.t t.I AHwrty, corner Seventh and The matrimonial: ceremony was COAST LINE
today that the Prince of Wales will
/ I Walnut streetAppleton, Wi '., writesas read by Rev. George Ma on and responded -

follows in regard to Peruna: | to by Rev. Geo. W. Carpen- soon. vi-it America #

t "For j ears I have sui!. red with back- '
ter' J. Morgan, who is
Pierpoi.t now on
:n'he anl: SCMTLpains in the side. I : READY TO TAKE CHARCE OF THE
% doctoral so much that I -ls came dis- The bride wore an elegant white his way to England, i i. the bearer of ]

1,)ura:;?I. satin gown white kid glove*, and I I PLANT SYSTEM.
t an invitation: for the prince to attend I 1 1f
"0\ school fri Mil told me how
very carried a bouquet of white tl wers. i,
-! t much Peruna had! benefited f her and I,i, the dedication of the new Chamber ----

t I sent oat for aittle t 11 i .. . ( The groom wore the conventional ,, f I'pecial tuTiif :.,
+ of Commerce: at New York .
win. h ilul t evening dre"". I
11 New York April -Prfc>UBt .... 4
more to rcliev1mo i' The proposed i* said to have
They were visited by 2uO) friends, :j trip ,
than all the t I I liott <>f the Atlantic: L'o.n-t I.inllt
I other tn. .li'ine I I both white and colored, and their received the sanction of King Ed- i
t here for the purpose of takfngciur
had ever taken. home was decorated in excellent I, ward, his counsellor having urged t
"1 used it failh- v : of the controlling intrrrct iu the

;:.:; fully for two ; taste for the auspicious; occasion. :1: the visit a* a matter of "state, policy. Plant !line of railroads and "tc
week; and it completely \ Presents were presented to then as I,
i :j, ship lines as per the Merger a,;refmeut ,_,
cured m? follows
Iy I : ;:! New York, April Members of
?: have not had reported in the di'patchc .
1 II I Judge J. C. Avery, one dozen silver 1
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ii := I any pains !since, spoons. I!'I the New York Chamber of Com- yesterday.The .
? peel i like i a new Barbara Alberty. 1 Mr.: and Mrs. W. A. Watson, wedding ': merce seemed. surprised today that system_ controlled by the '

% cake. Plant Investment extend
I I Company
woman. am I I the news of the Prince of Wales'I
truly thankful for what Peruna LM Miss Modeste Hargis, silver coffee :I I over two thousand Mlles from ,
done for me."-Karbara Alberty.Mrs. contemplated visit to America had f .1
\I p't. i ii Charleston, S. C., to Tampa, FJi: .
I). W. )111.011,!!'Pauphiae street, i revs and Mrs Geo. W. Carpenter, leaked out. They would neither admit I
1 New Orleans, La., write: silve- tea pot. \I. and Montgomery; Ala. j
II "I have been taking! your Peruna and i or deny sending t I.invitation.From Morton F. Plant, onof the hie H, "' I I
v Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Howard, silver {
Manahn and '-an cheerfully napkin ring.southern other reliable sources, how B. Plant, i is: here to cell!! bi* iutrrrtl
: it to all those suffering with the same I :
I i troubl that I was. I have been euflerini Mutual Aid Association, ever, it is learned that the Crown to the Atlantic Cua-t Lino, whitto .

:;; for the pa.-.t two years with female silver cake stand. j I will make it a formidable rival of j
of and
Prince Germany hilt
,, weakne-, palpitation of the heart,stom- I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pettiway, two t representatives the seaboard

aeji, kidney and liver disorder, and I i silver napkin rings.Mr : of other European nations J

i M IIIKKIIT: 1:. KWUKIls: LIYTOX, IA. ; above all a dreadful cough: with smother- and Mrs. Suarez, two napkin', have also been invited to be guests of i 'I

. .. . .. .. ....... .+ _........ . .-. .+: tnt spells. I was completely run down. ring. CASUALTIES OF i,
"After I had taken one bottle of Pe- :
the Chamber of Commerce at the
Miss Ruth Edward, silver cotlee
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-- and few doses of Manalln, I
runa a your
H K'lwtrU: 1 I ri a resent l.'tter from :Mt. Pleasant; Park, j jhun4 I I, could sleep soundly l my heart was pot. i i formal opening of the new buildingnext THE LATEST BATTLE .

i letter, my much: left me, it acted Imme- Mr. and Ms. F. E. Washington, I| fall.Secretary. i b
that /Vrunn /> a .e onderful medicine to use In diseases I uliately upOU my nerves, and after tak- I' silver cream jug. --

I' ""..n. It qukkly and permanently restores health and vigor ,, t InK four bottles according to your directions I \11" Rena Smith, silver brooche.Mi I Charles Smith of the executive Special to The Sets.. t-
.. nftunlmnktna>> uorn-our to} 'tem. I ha\'e so far never observed I was entirely cured of all my j. Marian Blue two silver napj j :
+".h ".ttgr Mtlt tided h} In u.e."..RE" DR. H. R. EDWARDS. I j' troubles. ;i kin ring i committee of the chamber, Pretoria, April :.-The UritUh I II

e __ .... "I can truthfully say that there id I, Mr. and Mrs. Broxton silver sugar I when cornered by your correspondent losses in the engagement with D"- f

s /,1.11, : .f', "lI'n, .rmptonn af 0111"". The backache nothing to equal your Pernna and Man- i: spa. .". said : larey and Kemp in the neighbor '
i, -**1\.'. vi i.' .iii-r ,.,.a*(.<,the trembUng.: knees arc strengthI'll : : ttlin. I w as a different women after t kmg Mr and %1r;;. A. PMVUS, fight .1
4 t .. 4. MI- '.,..< the appetite restored, the digestion the second tiottle. It is without IiI silver "The Chamber of Commerce is hood of Hart's river hrh 81 wr -

'" wt 'I II I !I. :'.*le jM-rfcct. the dull headache is I! doubt the best medicine in the world. spoons. three olllcers and :21 men killed ; H
j fails to gratitude Mr. W. A. Johnson, silver sugar making elaborate preparation for "
Language my
express I
"r." !,_", -' ]1".1 and weikening; drains are I officers and 151 men wounded
,. -.. 1- '. ....rrt.1fr. ., !u.lly C"ur..I. These rt'.ultlct'rtainly I for this cure. May Ood bless you.- spoon. the opening of its new home and I
,. .re"h.t f.. W a cours* of treatment with I'e- Mrs. D. W. Ia-)II. MHS VirgieAhrens, silver cup. I The Ihers admit the loss of It7 ;
do not derive and 8atiJfactory Mr. and Mrs. would not be astonished, after the
". "iJ n.uratnt .: r int. I' If you prompt Springer, two silver killed and wounded. i
results from the use of 1'(' UIl3.I t
.. | stands. !
t itt \ nigh fller I i. It. Crowley, (Conirfthm: from pepper great courte-ies shown us in London, The battle took place on the I
:ifi' ;; ) T *-.i at Illinois writes from Hobuiwn, 111.: write aionce* to l>r. Hartman, pUingaI Dr. C. V. Smith, silver dust pan I'
I I full statement of your case and he w lli if the Prince of Wales should come Doorinbalt farm. I 1
::4 tlrs. Crowley has taken a number and silver. mounted bru-h.; II
L.1 of Peruna account of i! be iiloaJi-l to gue you his valuable alvice over."
.4' .t. "r f.r nbntles on i Mrs.,; Baker, silver sugar spoon and
>t "Irnt" !gal .. .ri.'.. nermu troubles. It has proven a | pratiAddre.i-*. 1 butter knife. Members of the chamber ay; thereI EVANS CASE j
Ilr. ILirtman.: l'n'-id"nt of I t.
11 r !rl i t.1 I t.. sterns tank and lasting cure. I can1cbeerfully
,r r' 'h' tt' \ ur-l ; recommend it."...Jos. n.I The Hartman ::sanitarium, Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Series, two silver I will be no clash in entertaining royalty -

'. ",r1u tun d....c',':ablu ';ru..I.To 4.'Trrturer I uhi .- mounted emit I and representatives of republics GETS PRESIDENTIN
Mi-s Clara Rundiy silver dessert
at the same time.

spoon.Mr. and Mrs W. H. Edwards, The whole allair has been carefully WARM WATER ; i
; Frat-r ye-terday after- Ia
51000: PAID TO DEATH LAST NIGHT silver waiter. { thought out and nothing wa done --
iioon ;t check for $-.'Ni! ;01, or enoughto
Mr.[ and Mr*. Goode silver spoon until the committee was certain ol
pay each \If tf! +) teachers back salary OF JOHN S. BELL and butter knife. Hp.'daltoTlieN,'11\. r

TEACHERS TODAY for a couple of months. i Mrs. fMllie Davisilver fruit di-h.I its position.The Washington i April S.-CntlcUm J

Vr-tirdty afternoon. Pn-ideut A. Mr. John S. Bell senior; partner of Mrs I I:. F. Mmth, six silver tea- Prince of Wales will, it is of President Roosevelt handling of I

\'. C'lubbs of the board, went to the the firm of John S. Bell & Son; proprietorof "pOOII- !'aid. make a tour of the United the Evans ca-e grows daily. Home f I

i;';'i t..t lot of people in tile -upHintelld 'nt'* oitice and attached the Parl-jr )Market diedat Mrs. Bently. a fine cake. 'i States.; of his ?toute-t adherents, who have 1
Mrs.Viliis and -- --
daughter, two fine
j i'.1' are the teacher of the his signature; to check, and those his home in this city last night stood by him through thick and thin
cake*. Ii
-d.t.I tot ye-terday as who have not already done so can after a long illness with heart Mr. and Mrs. Swan, a fine cake. CRUISER CINCINNATI recognize' the force and iundne.. of /

'iitd bto reMbed were noti- i call and get what i is due for twoi trouble.He Mr. and Mrs. Wright, three fine the criticisms and do not hesitate to t\

.11 .,t the ottice of County i months without delay. was one of Pen acoh"; best cakes. STILL AT CHARLESTON join therein. f

'. !1"lIt C lIk to+fay l and re- i The collection and delivery of known and most popular citizenandas I Mr. Pfeiller, three fine cakes. They consider that he made a grave
I Tht'reVere several other presentsupon
k- !.'r two month salary.n nearly nine thousand dollars does a tribute of respect; many beauti- which I could not' find the spocial to The NWashington t'1I\;. error and acted without tact 111 elfal- i ,

of tne*. checks !how not indicate that such amount i is all ful floral otfenngs have been sent to 1 card*. April 5.-The cruiser fying his determination cot to have ;1

s .'t entirely clear the that is coming to the school board. the residence today. I Friends from Montgomery, Ala., :( Cincinnati, now used as a training I Evans' resignation as pension com- i.

'... infraction with the In fact this is but 50 per cent of the: The funeral will take place from also sent b 'autiulllowers. [ ship, which was scheduled to sail missioner take effect until a better j "

bat it M hoped that entire amount due from polls and the Palafox Street Methodist churchat GCKST.: from Charleston: yesterday for Key place had been found for him, and I

?'* will obliterated! I nnd other taxes, but all property is 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.The Monday we will sell Ladies' Vests, West, was stopped by an order from this action is taken as an apology for f
with Tape on the neck, at 5 cents I letting him gu.
vt two mouth- and that: now delinquent, and procrastinators cortege will leave the family each. No customer over six. F. E. the navy department postponing her The president has heard the ad.

'Lea! proceed clear of I will not only have to pay the residence, l&s: East Gregory street, at Brawner.-- -- I departure in order that she may verse criticisms and is !paid to be anx

regular tax figure now but will also! 3:30p.m. Interment in St. John's EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. participate in the ceremonies! there ious.

,ave to thank the be required to pay the advertisingand cemetery. i in honor of President Roosevelt's

Hon. A. C. Crooni, lining costs if they delay payment A meeting of the Democratic Executive -I!I visit next week. The Cincinnati MISS STO E- I

"'lIle to which they I many day?. Committee of Escambiai will remain: at Charleston until
I I. O. O. F.-H.NKUAL NOIH'K.Members ;. I
!ii-, Mr. CroiMiinav Teachers have besieged the super of Pensacola Lodge Xo. county will be held at the office of I April W.'DRY. TO LECTURE i; I

in the faithfulLy intendent's office all day, and were are requested to meet Sunday, April Judge T. R. McCullagh, at the courthouse .

regardless of very happy to receive the hard and 6, at:2:30 p. m., at Odd Fellows hall at 7:30; o'clock p. m. Saturday, i' I
for the purpose of attending the April, for the purpose of recommending SUNDAY Hpecfal tothe.Stwi.New .
,- al-own after faking: well-earned salaries. funeral of Brother J. S. Bell a memo i someone for appointmentby York. 'AptlT '4'-kiss Helenf.. r

'.t to all tax collec1 The board will meet in regular ber of Mechanics Lodge of Warriu the governor as a constable for Stone the missionary, sailed for New I r I
ton, Fla. Members of Joppa Lodge
\ York t
1 attention to the session next Tuesday afternoon, but and visiting brothers are cordially i the second justice! district and for :, IN NEW YORK Deutschland on the Hamburg-American which !liner ; i

+ focally require that j J only routine business will be takenup. invited. By order of the X. O. the transaction of such other business !- today. Her departure left from Southampton t
I as come before it. i!
-;' >n which. taxes have may quiet. She was accompanied by \ ,!

I by .April should be"delinquent" Each member feel more relievedand Special communication of Escani- DAS MURPHY C., B. PARKHILL Chairman. bpeclal to The New. R. B. McClure and E. S. Baker. Bbe I t
bia Lodge No. 15, F. & M., at 2:30 will begin ,+
and p. Secretary. I New York, April 5.-The patrolman lecturing in aid of the ml*,
> conscience-eased at the prospect m., Sunday April 6, to attend the lions almost l/medlately after her "
funeral of Brother Jno. B. Bell. I and saloonkeepers! have decided are
:I' rtl&hd. Hitherto, for of cutting oil a portion of the Painkiller rival in the United States. i
j HARRY W. GIHBS, Sec. so justly celebrated, was introducedto to give New York a dry Sunday The
a1.elinquent" rest which Miss Stone has j I
;prlll'trty was not large indebtedness and compensating W. D'C. KESSLER, W. M. I' had
the public about !sixty years ago, tomorrow, provided In Kifland has i
.. the law be improved her health. I t
: in this I
the faithful and dutiful teachers. and now enjoys a popularity unequalled !
1 by any other medicine. !: strictly enforced with other lines of thoujh the was obliged to refuse j jcouatltM I
: October, *nd this con- '
Invitations to
speak before
For the cure of dysentery, cholera I business.!
t .u.g- placed the school Monday we will sell Seamless Half; morbus, rheumatism, coughs and I religious and other bodies. She was
Monday we will sell Ladies' Crashor Hose at cents pair. Xo one over I,, colds, scalds, burns etc., it is with- entertained at tea this evening. Miss
rr. all times.
ir at .
F. E. Brawner.Seasonable McDnffle's
Duck Skirts nicely trimmed, at six pairs. 1 i out an equal. Sold by all druggists. Tasteless Chill Stone gave a fraphlc, yet simple, AC ;
I' :.,iitiou of the cambia ;50 cents. F. E. Brawner. 1 i Avoid substitutes, there is but one I Cure will build up broken down count of her xp rieness. '
household I Painkiller, Perry Davis'. Price 25c I., systems! and make the blood rich and
.. l't..r wa called! to the I pay the printers to tell you about and kitchen utensils at the, and 50c. I I healthy, certain cure for chills, guar o. 7 i ,
it important offlcial set the big bargains in furniture. If anteed or your money refunded. Ice cream freezers that r
you miss tnem it is your fault, not Willis Hardware Co.'s.Try Cleaning ladies! skirts and waists 50 CENTS.
; '" t'uch! alacrity that as a. mine. Yours truly, 0. M. Pryor, 20 I li one of oar specialties. Star Laun I Sold by John heppard, 405 S. Pal freeze quick, at the Willis I I

,I rued ever to County and 22 West Government street. THEN iwj|Want Column. dry. afox street. Hardware Co.'s.



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W. C. O'NEAL, President; f. C. HORTON. Cashier; I NOTES OF NOTABLES. "Bread is the Staff of Life "
i L J. FOSHEE,Vice-Preaidenti; M. E. CLARK Au't Cithier.AMERICAN ,
of the
I Condensed
I II Czar Nicholas wears top boots all the

: NATIONAL BANK time with his trousers tucked therein.Sir THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD]

I Conrad Reeves of Barbados )

who was the first negro to receive a
knighthood bas just died, aged sewnty.ti'e. -
'from Report to Comptroller.) r rt .

t LIABILITIES. Professor n. W. Krietel, historian of
RESOt'RCKrs.Loan1' : ;
...... .... ...... ... ...... .... the Senwenkfelders and a professor In
and Ii-counts..... ...... .. .... .... f4*I,37264: Capital Stock $2OO.000.00j
Overdrafts..... .... ...... ........ ...... .... P--N5;: Surplus; Fund.... ..... .... .... ...... .. .... 10U(10.1101 I the Lancaster seminary, is writing a
.1,1 U. H. Bonds...... ...... .... ... .. .... ...... 73.U"O.OU:: Net Profits; ...... .. ... ...... .... .. .... history for the Pennsylvania German
t. Premium on Band3.250.w RediscountsCirculation ...... ..... ..... ...... .... .... 79,600.00:: ,I society.

/". Farnlt re and Fixture*.... ...... .. ...... 6. 18Ji:: .... .... .... .. ... .... ...... .... 75ooo.ooI I II Professor E. C. Pickering of Harvard
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'? I. R. Htamp...... ...... ... .... ... .... ...... 501.5), Deposits university has Just received u silver
I'I :I Ca & and Exchange.... ... .... ... .... ..... 1i,2'21.6: : Dividends Unpaid. ..... ..... ... ...... ... 96.001J69C,127.20 loving cup in recognition of his tw entyflve -
--- of the t.
"efir! as
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TM bank opened for bu-inem October :?:J, 19110.' We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give observatory.Lord .
declined to
Strathcona has accept
your bu-ines-i prompt courteous and careful attention. I II
t : a second term of office as lord
' Interest Paid Time Deposits.
r I rector Aberdeen university, as his FLOUR / Ji'
engagements render it Impossible -
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t I THE DECEHDENT8 B. H. FAIRCHILD, PEOPLE -OF--THE DAYEmliitMaduri to the for duties.him to give sufficient attention e

F UPHOL'STEREn.: Disagree. i Duke Siegfried resigned his commission -
in the Bavarian army, it is now
:' GOVERNORS Quite a little muss Las been stirred'up
COLONIAL 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. stated, because be was disqualified as
!in d.plomatic: circle over the stories
Caroet Worx and REfinishing Furniture aSpecialt inrnnt as! to the efforts which it 1st I I[ a gentleman rider for deliberately:

-- !. hlleced. were made to secure a concert :j fouling a brother officer's mount at a i'' T'A1waysReliable.LEWIS

favorable to :Spain: prior to the commencement :'1 recent army race meeting. I
MRS. DENNIS EACAN OF JACK Phono 403. ,'f hos-tilities! in the Span-'1 John M. Uuttrick, who recently diedin

i-h uerimn war in I"!'''. The air is Lowell, Mass., was a prcat.grandson BEAR & CO.

SONVILLE, FLA., APPOINTED R. K. WHITE, full:! of china's: and pnunterehflrjws he- of Major John HiittricU. who began ,

twn and Gnat Britain the fight at Concord bridge; and the
i STATE CHAIRMAN FOR qatl'lI1ll31.f'r. Manufacturing Jeweler diriitaiiy Sole for West Florida
Itiiti-h authorities deny the assertionI'll. pun which tired the first shot in the

and irailu.ite Optician, Ke\olution is still preserved! in the -- -
FLORIDA. family.
:J south P lifoi M l'tn.atolalla
-- Henry f'r.I; the wealthy New
Yorker Is having;; the top floor of the

Mr!'. Jltl.rlf.tIf.I'JUlkinnf'r! : : >;nv handsome Louie he is erecting in that aOSTON SHOE STORE
t-rnor.j.nt-rd 'Order IIf the IeceiidenH I city arranged: l into a g'j"!innjsiniu at the

"f Colonial Governor-:' suggestion of Mrs. Siejiel. who is interested THEY ARE GOOD !.....
i EXAMINATIONThe in athletics. It w ill be used for

ha conferred lIi+tlnui-hed honor fencing, indoor tennis and other sports.

upon Milentils Kigali of Jacksonville John II. Daus-: father of the new

Tinted Slates Civil s>ervie, Marchioness of Iiufferin! and .\nl, t
( by appointing her ptatfchairman
started in bu-ine s in 1'hiladtlphia asa Do You Need
(Jommi--ionannotinct that on April
of this *o.-iety.
banker and broker, un'!'er the firm

The order! founded in J.uiu,iry, :J'i;, lii.J' an examination will be held name of Clcnilinninir, I'asIsk Aruiory. -

JtfM. by Mi-H Mary C-ibell Uielurdroi at Peiiacola for po-itions in the I F Later the i\\o littr UH'
I flf the firm went to Sew York, where
of CoMiiktmi, Ky., a! cutomerMce in this city coveredby I
I, they base been in tm..hll'ost'r .since. .Shoes ?

dame of Virginia uiul a lughter of tl.e fiat, second, ani third grade I Among the floral tributes recei\ed . .

the American Jle\olution.: examinationix: limit. "0 yeur- In Washington by Mr. Dryden, the
new United States petmtor from New
It commemorates the! -trvlce of or ovtr. IF YOU HAVE HOE: 1TIICHASE: IN yon MINIOl ".
/ Jt'rool'Y't're! two bunches of newly developed -
thot-f men who eemedupreme From the eligible r"-ultinn" from I, runs never before exhibited. OF corsK. LOOKIXG FOP. TIn: IJKST TILING

txecuti'e power in the Americancolonieiand the third ride examination it iix- 'i / llll il' One of the varieties, "I luish: pink" in FOU THE MOXKY.OURI.75AND$2.00 .

iI I color, has been named<< the Alice IJoose-
laid in thl'lIIlhl' foundation petted that certification: will he I'll. AON HOLI-LI'IN.:
volt rose, in honor of the presideut'edaughter. '
oftab! eminent and! of made to the po-ition of night inspector'i maketo! the tffeot thatl.r.l ; : LADIES'OXFORDSSOLVE
1':111I11'1'(0"'. P.ritis'.i! eutl.asadnrto
that re-prctfur civil hwand authority in the cutouiservice at ..
the rnitnl Mates mude a move to : : THE PROBLEM HATHFAUTRILA : \' ,
which made the maintenance uf 1'tiisacola, at a salary of *:! 110 pH snore u coalition against the UnitedMates I The Art uf Hat !t'IIIDit.

) their future independence ,ible. diem and to other -imilar vacancies IIiuh; Herman; officials contradict | Elderly Customer- >on't you think 1.1. :NTYLKs:: -:- .M.I.s..II| | 11'1| | ...
It's too for ?
young looking me
the denial of Gnat Britain and assert i
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The inembTttiip is purely honoraryand as they may occur. that it was necessary on two o ; The examination: is to all cite just young I enough )looking! for it.-Indiauapohs -
by inititati"l1 oul)'. open ions in iso" to instant I'r. urn Ilolle- News. BOSTON SHOE STORE

All IlIl'ntlld women in a direct izenof the United State who comply l 'ii, the German; embassudur! at Washington : ,

to the made
reject projmsils by
line of decent from a !governor or with the requirements. Competitors Lord Paunoefiite. who f.iuired a collectnc Stamina. NATHAN G. FORCHEIMER.
"Why I beard she bad died of old I
will be rated without regard -
acting governor. prior to I7-"iO, are note declaring that armed in- 3"e'!"

to any con-ideratioii other tnanthe teruaition in Cuba "..ultll'l' unjustifia :
liKlh1. "That Is She had
an error. a very
Mrs. EJ 'Ut'oI anee-t"r was Peter I ualilicatiouhowu in theirexuinnatiou lilt : severe attack, but is quite reco\ered." II CIIPr, .c..r f- \'ou1\1ust Get One.
cliuyler! governor of tYI.rk j I papers, and eligible The MrrmntilrMarshall "phlnl I,: -Life. c don't know the
PuM Really you pie
is the sphinx of the
will be certifiedtrictly! in accord- :\'ot nt All Well Done
twice lir-t in IT" in :
again ITl'.tiJ7'.U mercantile world lolo""al. awesome1 I tire to derived from driving: out
I I ance with the civiler ice law: and inn! silent.Ve / "She's! awfully stuck up. you have been seated in one of OUI
"Awfully! I never saw nny one
The initiation fen H only 3lno; rule \ are as familiar with the ( hara'> i make a worse botch of trying to appear rubber: tired btURies.;. The acme of
t( ri-tk of the pants of businessland jas j comfort, it* entire freedom (r.\!.
who desire ( liulle-
annual dues and I'er-ons to compete high tou't1.-'biladt'JltlJla S
no 1I1tttiugIJf
ue with their -.. \Vc !
are lIatH.
tpekof tin. a rattle and jerk and noise make it a:
I should at once apply to J. T. McCuuau. I -
obligation. .1. 1'itriHint :Moruau( ; and tintrut< I ideal vehicle for enjoyable rlt1lleIYe'd

-- -- i ;hy, secretary: of the local I in the smile: 1-reath: theery name of Girl. Mill Be (r.lrl. like you to see our stock.
Hoc'Kefi'llcr has l> '(vne ulea !inoii*
I :: : One of Them-lie actually tried to
A VALUABLE MEDICINEFor I board of esamiuer- at the barge
__ I r.inuvie oj\"'ninj a fresh band ofs.tle kiss me! J JA Hf'.t lore Sboer always ready
Coughs and Colds in Children."I j office at IVn-acola, for application ami. witl.IIhIlI.liI.i : .., mairker'itniK The Chorus-How foolish! I'
have th form 1U1 and''In-tructiun- Applicant |.alaies "f liarnin_. rcmiirdins J. 31. Hilliarcl & Co.
not *?Iiilite-t: he-itancy -- -- -- ,
afresh that this bonny iitnlanthro- I
iu Chamberlain'ViCough "
recommending The be
ll'-medy to all who are siiffenng uasoii<<> the master. <,f II".inc"i'>i'L I leat'IeMe Cannot lie Cureilby X i.3: H Ea-t: (arden :Kt.

from coughs or cold-," says properly executed and! filed with the wad a nature a> hard as: the |iuiliut : local application-- they cannot !

Cha. M. t.'rumH. K-q.a: well known secretary of the local board prior to f his nulls.!! We Know the story uflilllliol reach the di-ea-ed: portion of the I Regular communication
To Poison.
watchmaker, oi Colombo, Ceylon i i"It and his moiNetrap and fonrhi1 ear 'lliere i is only one way to fine I of K-oambia Food Changed
hab.l eennine two yearinice: I: the hour of clo-ini bu-ine-son; April him IIIIl.ta for the saKe nf his daughterheroin. dtafner.a, and that; is by'('nn+tittl- 15; I-\:: A. Mat Lodge o'clockp. No. Putrefying food in the inte-t: '

the City I'i-pen-ary: lir"t' called my i'1t.i .-. \\"irt member with pride' the tional reinedieDeafn*."... i- ('a n-ed ': m. Monday. April 7tii.! produce-plect. like tho-e of :arM i
attention to tin- valuable medicine hall intl.uiK condition of the
: norcuu.liuingufthe
.H lueii'llientt of the nest Astor and Vi iitlugbrt'thrl'n are in- but Dr. IiugNew Lift Pill-\
and I hart'lleat..dly n-ed it and! it i TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYS blush for the ,.. \pltriatiil descemlHtit. .. l.ntaehan'fubr.11'heu I vited. the poison* from closed bowgently .
tae always 1 h..1helltc llll. It In-: tlli. tlllw i-inflamed you have
cured me jutckly of all che-t coldIt -. 1.lutUl\ Kroino <{uinim- r-"iiio\cs the The \irtue of the' Douse of Vanihrlii't a rtiifiblmur-'oiiiid or illll..rf'l'liwar- HAKK\ \V.(5iiiN, easily but surely, cmI'oiitipation
cnu-f. Y.:. \\ iirovxii,. umiBlure 1 on W. D'C. ]{ I iliuuorsri.: ,
everyRENTFROW'S t:- 'UK.: Secretary. :
eilective make forget faults. 'lh
us its
i is especially for children box. I'nc> .'",cent.. iny. and when it i entirely clo-cd '
\V. M. Headache. Feverall Liver K
and celdotu take-more than one bottle name-: of Cirard 1'I'al.ltl.l'o"I'1'r and Deafnejsith" re-ult, ami unl j
ai'd! rowel tionb:>-. Onl ]
to cure them of hoar-ene-s. I <'hiUltouch the wellsprings of our the inflammation: can be taken out I I fey ; -
COMPANY I atW. A. D'AlemJierteV, 121: r>. I' ,
coolers that do
have per-uaded many to try thi- patriotism m.l I.nrnallit11111 I floo u> and thf-tube restored! to itt- normal Water fox I IA j

valuable medicine, and they are ..11 HERE NEXT WEEKThe with !gentle :lIItllll"j'rill; re<'olU-: <.tionv condition, hearing will be de-troyu! waste ice at the Willis -treet. Ii i
as well plea-td fiiiever nine ,
as my-elf over the Hilt in the lung list! of Anienca'iniultiraillliiiinJresare ; ca-es ontof t1 n are GUSHER STRUCK !
resultFor -ale by all dliugi-t cau-eil! by (catarrh which is i Jlardicare ( j

and medicine dealer-. a few nnnua that. but an inflamed condition of the 'o..S.:_, __ at the BIJT Furniture Ilon-e, :y II ;
hate little or no Srisnilifiince! to the it%' I
Jolly I'athhnder-! will hold uluenuorfaees.. I 2211'e-t: (ioverulueftlrret.. Ii '.

the boardat the : ln>u-e nil er.ure rt'a.I.'r. Inconsiucuous sown ; We will frh't' ()lie Hundred Dollar If you want a nice! present to giveto I f.till'J get a u-her'if; your ownyour .
AN EXTRAVAGANZA TO tln"i is the name <,f Marshall: Held. for any ca.e of DeafneMaued !by friend, go and look through the fault. UV will ju-b the fur
'!next week with up-to-dtte: attraction It i is seldom heard outride of Chicago, catarrh) that cannot 1 be, curtnl bVi elegant line of suitable articles at tore into your )iou-e at untie iffl

I and plrartug-prclaittr; -. -: I i I )fall'- Catarrh Cure. !'I-Ild for cir- J. Stephens: you surely can find low )tire11'e have plenty "I It ,
BE PRESENTED SOONMuch I cularfree.; -omething: to plea=e you. If you all -'\...-j. from the finest' to
Ir .
i Ladies \\'JIlL. admitted free Mou- the world and possibly' the third richest :,i F. J.CiiENEY&Cii: Toledo, )O. want anything in the Diamond hUl'l Cheapest. Viurfor "irjTJIli--', 0 '.

: d.iY ant Tue-day nuht-; if accompanied man in the l'lIit..dtatl'!'. ; Soil by Iruggi-t.s, ';."c. hesure to see him before: you buy. Pryor.

".\1' Individual he _
all exists
to -
only aCory -
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intere-t ha: been urou-ed by by a paid all cent ticket pur-
hunted i.'ituhir of business asso SZ SHS3SHSH 55
S3S3S3S5 S3.
the report thit there wlllup.lre-put- cha-ed before: o'clock at Coe'- book eiatesfriendrunes and
To the relatives. ..........N.....s I j1\ / ..................
-tore. inas-cs of the ) .
ed at the opera hou-e at an early pHijileA< n to .
I I-- those (.f his home city of Chicago! ( hus ">
II "
date for the beuetltofthe I'l'n-1ca: i II SHIRT S i LACE
j It IN a heal I'lPa-urc !simply a pl;IlItiC bu-ine-s 1'lDll. ri.Ulll. :. | j rr-forffeA : \
Library the beautiful extrava tidlllrJ ,
I to us topeak favorably of Painkiller .
--- i-SALEl
r known almost unuer-illy be a For her >utMRS. >-\'f'arM. : WAISTS : : J !

t The pre-entation: of tin- airy fairy I irood and ".tf remedy for burns, and f 'nnTiWr-pw. in
others : WINLOW'SooiHlNf.: $TarP hv : j
will be punof the body. It i"tlu.: ........+... ....s
dramatization entirely by i able not only for coldiii the w inter. barn used tor o\er sixty! >trs by mitiionsol' ..................

children, trained: car fully for each I, but for variouumtner complaint, mothers for tb>>ir cbilJren while teething( SHSciSHSHS H5H5c525H52SH5! "By
i andhotild be in t''ff.m1 ITht' wIth JI..rl..t"I; It >--ixitb-s the child
part by those competent for the sut'cns the .,
I r"IIlItwhich: demandft gum llayh IIl1l'am"url" winfi
work. { come unaware.Chritian AdvocateThere may. colic, and I- the t'-I' remedy for biarrbot-a tic The Greater theJReputation; the Greater the Expectation.
It will rt-lifvc the
1but one Painkiller. Perry I poor littleurerer im
Sight i and bearing: will be: captivated Ii IaviPrice 'J5c; and Sic."Yes. m..dlltl'ly.old by liruKizitts In every tan .AYE REALIZE THAT

by beautiful scenic effect*, the -- of the worM. T..ntY.lh.. cents ft bottle !., I
.. He sure ask for ":\1
you n. Wlr.e! I4 Ii1ent.
dauers and -onof fairies and more I tag syrup," and take no other! kind. SLIP OF A COG I IN OUI WHFRL PROGRf5S OF VALUES:
sit I've trnveliil a thousand .- .. A
tab and all that will! contribute to |' rui i!,-;; on that automobile; without an i:.v.. 1., love- b-Idar---,.-. fPr In our volume of Merchandise would enforce double the

I'<'II'Ist.." Hot>t>5'> amount c
make this dramatizmitMi! -eem a paraiHriilkonn+ >alkiiliHriu I !' m.clefrti

veritable leaf taken from the pages "110 you mean to say that you have AddirentRrrttut'u.bcu"orF--- -- --- V energy and capital to regain; therefore we are satisfied to give an ounce More

J: lit Fairyland.: wrecked run ovtr anyt'birl..s no one broken';" no h'IIt'S or I All kinds of chairs and than an ounce Less

I "But tho-e are not lI'chh'ut"-Lit' !rocking chairs at Marston

t ii I ATTENTION i I i For the Next Five
rnnrvntrnllnic III. TfTort. jQuina's.. Prices are very Days we Will Sell :

J 4. I "Is; NUhtd still eniaied: in the eter 1 low.

>lonftiorr Anilliaiy IK. !UP No. lit I nal. eu-riaMinjelevaLonof the stage t" 1..1 YardDimitie*, Go id niyle-s; . jc;: yard jjuJ Yard t'ercaleWhir .
h A regular meetiiiir will be held at "", ..II. he thinks it can IK done prnd-; OAST +OTIX ling Styli l. I 12 ,

Temple Reth-EI Sunday, April., at I unity and by slow 1t't'Pl't present Bean !' h,::idJ Hal9 4's3)s) I.Olll 1 Yard* SHORT; LKXOTHri: of Figured; value . .. . . . . . . .\ .JtI"r'jL ,, .

7 Htiine*+ of importance to bed cL Iwn., 10.12' and lie value-. ... . .. .: yard Ladiesllelt=. !
3 in. he's E All
; New
p. most busily eusisi'd: in a movement yff./ -#' Htylet! . "25: W and ;;c .
transacted. By order oft I for the elevation! of the coon Gt .
I L B. HIK-CHMAX, lion-Judll: We naVe a Complete Line o1 the "
MARTIN MENKO. Supervisor.Preceptor. ; SH I RT'AISTS'! "M'ANDAKD: M l..k'
Plant Fa < for their
.!' a spring garden.
J. I. JA( V BY, t-ecretary. 1 t.. lnnntlnn. I The Willis Hardware (Co
Hnnny-siy. I'at. do! j",! have: that *;) -New Laces, Galloons and Medallion Effects _
can .\ellyou the tools $
I. O.I H. It. !1 paple mine in the sane CK" Ip.itions: .cheap.MC .
I 1 Five Pieces .Vew Pattern Mercenzsd' "Pks "
Ii A lped.11 meeting will be held' in the nl wnrrulJ that tLi-y dj in IHKu the captain own.r Light Weight, for Shirt Waist*.
for thepurposesof I i; th-: ? nor > nn.ints of
*Sunday, Al'ril6. :at 7 p. m., : They are Elegant.
it in-tructim! delegates to I i Tat-Not always: ne b'y. Ut'a tin Briti'h:' < tlanton will b.f _

Uraud Lodge convention.L. to wan ye wont Lave the chance to eon-rated .
15. HlKSCIIMAK. I| elate tl V.<<.I.n-.. .
snowy rayemeLts Iciie ye do w :5. }ircc.r c' .w. J. & B.
I ecretary. tere. -- +e .i\ I ."th' ap'h fait FORBES. .

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Colorado Woman Ii a title always associated with file name of the author of that column in the Ladies' Home Journal, Then E. '

A Denver, Young [ICop)'nglit, la; ';::. by C. K. Lewis.] Rexford the Shiocton, Wis, poet and story writer. One always thinks of a nature lover like !ur. Rerford AS the

Wrote What broiisht:;: Professor Cumpton to possessor of bounding health and superabundant vitality, so it sounds odd to hear that he was a confirmed

recently a Letter to Mrs. t flu;:! summer hotel for a several weeks' dyspeptic not so very long ago. The story of his trouble and its cure i is best toM in Sir. Rexford' own word i
"Haven; need of a remedy for indigestion" writes the floricultural editor of
which Pictures ojourn wi the t-tmly) of trvolivy in the '
Pinkham Aptly the : .
-hborhiMHl.; What brought the \Vid- THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL It

Condition of a Great Many Young ;j'liiiKham; there! was the rtudy of *'I dtciiied giving Kodol Dyspepsia Cure a trial, expecting only temporary relief, but am glad to sap that> a few kt

cinn. She marl saying:: a word to bottles afforded permanent relief and restored the tone of the digestive organs to its natural condition. I ca 'Jii/ !

Women. Read What She Says : any; (if UT f niMids, but she had d'fidttl\ I Ito heartily recommend ;t." ?

-- .o_ 1 pet married ayiiii:: wheiie\cr the NORMAL CONDITIONSare .J

s I''KIUThl': is the tirvt oppoi'ui.ity I have found to risrht I man camealoiis.. The rl,ht man referred to by Mr. Rexford as natural conditions. This is undoubtedly the correct view. The normal man is d i,

Sox fur the 1,111,1 I your Ycgctable Compound has tl<>mrne.. I needn't be a tuillioiiuire. as :he had healthy man. Health depends on the digestion. If the digestion is good the health is good.: If the digestion; u ,
ui I have fur 3 cart. It seems a 'seven days' wonder to my poor the general health always suffers. !
.' I us-
.'. Mjuie one wants to know what 1 have done to make myself I II tie mii"t have attainments and 1 a tin 1114' DIGESTION IS NATURAL ; INDIGESTION UNNATURAL w

I and Inin a imtttion to help her
Liking L.3 (ILL I:. riiikliaiu's 1-cgettLle Compound hadI' carryout But so many of us have strayed away from natural conditions that few people are really healthy. Hasty eating; ,
Inwas constipated, bloatcil, t'Jt'sH'ak and bearingu.iii 1! her social aml.tinn111'11: !she irregular hours mild dissipation, a dozen other stomach destroying custom of the day have made dyspepsia and I
watery the characteristic of the If the sufferers knew how such troubles
tirt set eyes Professor Compton, she indigestion complaints generation. easily can
in the small: of my back lUll right *. le ; took cold very t
full of ridicule: for him. He be cured there probably wouldn't be so many of them.
.d 1.ays caused intense pain in the ovar.c* and I did not waut was waE "' I

nor set any one. I was called ems-,. '''I'; 1 could nut help it. I 'iat ln-lor fort "I'e years old; he was KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE I I
i ,.1'1. I could< not lift an\tliin/. dn ..' !lara work vtt'ioutUvi and aliM-ntminiUil
tall mu'uiily : he
at"rwarol1'n: i.rllall inn la,t.1 fir eight! ''Ir ten days, will do just tn much for others as it did for Mr. Rexford. It i ii not so f
,. "r four days U-in:? almost c 'in-tant pun; d.iy ana. uijfht wore h.s I'h.thfs as an Indian! wenr1.1 much a medicine as a digestant. There have been and are other dyspepsia 4 1

.,-- i':.11.ivi-t.and his manners were oddnr. remedies hich afford relief by digesting certain
,4 in this Widertul,l has ivlieved Hunch female suffering temporary
I wlin 1.l'illl..lralll': "t'J.t'tahl"l fil'! d) "' The widow at lii',.tner t classes of foot!. What is really wanted however is a preparationwhich '
> I I h with disdain and will digest all eludes without the stomach's aid. This is the
.nil' ; no lutfIitutt Iul j'rutlu' I.a'.j :Ii i muti i ii
\l result! accomplished by Kodol D)'spep ia Cure. It is the only prepdraLion J .
Nlf 'r ILt later when site heard 9
\ JlI" of rilr.'i dull) sine:: ha on, ) which digests any and every kind of food. You need \anety. A .

"' ..!' ., Ili) ttlwl' in.'It !!III' I u..rkti! t' .. f. "I!''';.i i of tL: (. diet is often injurious. Kodol I)>spepsia Cure renders a diet entirely I

,1 t a... :':'gal.1:' c t. .'I'll' '' i .. i'. .:_'e :iti i unnecessary. It rests the stomach by digesting what you eat. This i :;

,\ '11It'1I itn' :'iC'J11t'lIIyafllid\! \ i h' i .j .,-ii p\t-i: ,!\ rest and the wholesome t raics contained in Kodol D)spepsia Cure I:

II''UIlt i'! i! sin- it soon restores perfect health
"I.-- ('II t 'J't.! : ._.< "i"n. I

: .' ., P.t.: .' LI ; 1'1. HORII"iOFPtttll.
I wai troubled! with imligmmn I write W H Bojurth. rromlnumtxrr
i"f'.lh\ !!' I l' 'I i" i t'n" pr"feNir a lonl( time -
. .. rent mrnhant awl until! o..n.r ol Pure Air Mo I consulted a of .1"stag
I" j"I1. \\ J: i : I I .111 a'.d 1 tried! manv kin.Is of mraicme but : mitt me any piwd loallv I tort
', ,- *. i MI : |1'' -. :ii e, II.oJ! ( .' L i A.! .1 Is'*! Murr A few U.Ill's rum nie oj my cuiu ,:laml.reiumimmi I hr..ttily

: ; : :: : 4l t. .I1" '.. t.1l "Ver In.rII it to all sufferrrt trotu atjuiMt.h tiuuMe." ,
I 1".1 ; "' i I n.i to light "I had r>>".rp.ia for fifteen years <." ]errs Long. general merchant cf I .
: :. i "
:: II' DIne 1'1101'.1':1.: turd ill i.indl! ut temnliM and nirduinr trim many dno
\\1 I. i Ilt. v. '. iii this s.. yri brat feeling l>rtri ever sin.r I .luitrJ I have an aptttr. and l what 1 rat .11'......
fir ,u* due time 1
: ..1 l 1'11111111..0\\ 1 I r with ttif 1 must ci\e to Kotl' 1 Iyprp ia v urt .""t i would: 1t'\'vmw..ttJ
11I.\<1,. : : .' :i. I ', 1:11 ill and win. The III' n I"Z.\JlTIJ. it t j all uthfi kuuciiug! flora the decayed disease ul dyslspta." I r

ii.Idn't: IM captured by 1 ht'Ik t.
.. P .
I. 111:1: \ PrepareG by E. C. Dew itt & Co.. Chlcigu. The tl 1.00 Bollla contain 2timii ii much for actual measunminC) as the trial size : ,
,, ,, ,,1,j". ." i es emplojed by her sex 60 cents.'
I b it "'..-1 i !rave tit lie taken by s-tonu. DYSPEPsi

i as it > ,i. :;Lt decided) how the storiuwa KODOL CURE DI DIDm..f.AT : II"ir.

-- '" !I" -irked and set about it.
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dm ': i\ when the widow knew thai i
1 uo lint in .11114!I t"i r..e ,iTi-tai'I'nuperiod -' r
41 1t the pmies'-iir had 1 planned! to wander !!" THE HORSES. OPERA HOUSE (

11\ I'r a ''vruiu iid tield I and look fore .
:\": queried I 11.! professor as helix -
\ ile1, e::0. ut the Niagara IMTKH f..he Prn: ; a. i> ol tin- Maryland! ,'!r
>Kt\l down at his lift and up at the .
put "" 1.('(' hat and p>t ahead <,( LiniI (lilt. ONE WEEK !
1 1'' heaven, and while he was still !shuftliiic -
I by JI i'i! '!.our The professor reached Inward :Silver is !Jack ia GrerV stable.
: aliout and wonderin- that fall ('IIMMEN1'tliMonday :
I 1'lit.ld' to lied her up a tree and .
: ; from the tree had cracked his skull I
\ an .ltd Mill har'jii;: g n;> and down :and!! the with"'i't past him with a ;great Koyal Victor. :::0"",. N the world's April 17th
brlbwnh IllS disii! >|Niintment. Thew
ice IMiJ.
ch.nupi"ii ou in
rustle of skirts and \'IiIlisIt! into the (
!1 I T Iliar iinw \\I: > weeping and shunting: for IlIi1t houM M. iLAI lirighton 1 IVadi. New York take '-\\clnesitay and .tlltnlaJ.

) Tie. jmife.-u-or stopped to pack up the :grand circuit dates vt --- .. .i
ji :aid eiinnie, u r'n'\which lore unili ;
I'uline. 2J'4, bj Online. 'J:" 1. i-. putdown
rinjlnc \\ lilt 1 irm'.
'tti'd pMile'ices! of the (Chemun:: r
pe .ii. .1',1 then headiil for the tree. 'T o yot. know this is the sixteenth as a sure 2:1: J in-rfonwr fur' Big; Comedy Company,

At t'.. -.I i'!.... tune the bull headed for time you baH pfipused\ to me?" l Jt'2.ltdrney' -'
\ Richmond Girl's Experience. h. Houiarest will place hi, I '
.I t be. I hi\en't kept count. .
and tuck may
hi": ami :II was a np race.A 'v
pun .-K il a''tf'e >f Ljdia; I:, t':... bull was handicapped by a "I'.ut] why do you do it?" new purcha.s-. Worthier bj Advertir -, : The Jolly Pathfinders ,

\ i Isle ( impound it am a.r d i) to write 3 i u ,.efnro Suit !loot and the luv of one e\e bonlj *'1 think it has become a habit.: Hut > in the stud in Orange:, :\. j I

v "i". i sin v, V t:-I I.? I i if w1'' and ..n l.s! ; jot error.! place-that is. the j-ro- pay. Jo jou !Uuow tny heart was prettynearly Y., and train later for a record.M. BAND AND ORCHESTRA.. i'iSPF { f
in mouth the time before IL Millie*, who drove the: I.a '
.. f".s..r:1" seated on the limb Inside my
j 'u al'tu..ln.tdlt.1! with iiiMila*'HI. that; tired ft'elm/,
.tt i..unit 'of a door fell will make me start. I cannot the widow before the old liouue 11111bletl the (last one?" crosbe! (Wis.i pacer C. F.: W.. .:: 111 Iitii'-I; 'to-- K..".Tti>ir. of Ci.m Jir and ,

". .\ i n"111 feeling fatigued.Me \!>truOlliOln has never Wenii4rir up to nil outcrop of the Cut-kilN! "Why?" last season, will train and drive U.'lt'l 011I,11) button I

I '. ,t' d.i. ... .. of 1'tie"rrh.H-a. would like your advice IN'ri.Nh and f..tlll\l'r it and came down "1 was afraid you meant to accept \\'. n. Carling of :St. Paul, )IiUIl! ., : SUPERB SCtrERY !

:" I liiid relief ill jour medicine." MlaS l'LU1't'1u:- on his back like a brick buiiie. Kin me."Cleveland I'Uiin Dealer. season. I
a I
to the widow's! agitation it was IH Itively lean Mcllwen of London, Ont., say 1,

Statement No. 2. necessary for the professor, to r.IrlUli (Ciintlilrnrr. that Captain! P.rino, 2u7V: |, is In poodhealth -

Mi.-! I It fives me great pleasure to thank you for the put his arm around her waNt, and to You told Chirley Chubbins; you I'-oks line and :gives every prospect MO>M ).\ Y XKIHT,
.1.t > \ i'/etal'.e; : ompound. further soothe and calm her he quietly thoiiii'iit; he sent that beautiful valentine' of lowering; Lis record the coming
: U I 't ri' 1 :ild not walk hundred i iI
jro or a yards "
I '..' .,'.-. ''! "it' but to.a\ 1 can easily walk two miles. olt ,'rH'I: ;i' : season.l I "FROM SIRE TO SON.
I d"I '. '. !:t\. 'id from a ni"'till my lack but thl.,.? "There I Is tio occasion fnr alarm. We "Yes. Charley is :n very nice young; .\. Meaner! Jr., owner of l>an t

I I : ; r.,. (i. I' I Inn at a 1..0'I..) describe my feelings, hllooilllpl)' been pursued by n species! man with !good prospects" Patch 2-ftl'j, also owns l--idy I' -

I .1'.s .' \ ', r t ''',II''IoWIIuu\\\.lIwlIman! of the ;reiui
1 ll' ,,- !\. '. : '\": I n w i ,t. I.. Mrs. I' and! I shall never of the tuche signs of the ziHliiic." didn't 81..111." dam of Joan U 1H4. a !black two j'car- day night pniil' ticket if riMTsl l>y i-vr-oo tM-foro bol.liuioiif .

f f' r. .. ." + r.'p....!.. '. i in, 'rendMl.u: t'i,AK t Pultha'1". 'T.tit it is terrible\ terribkframed: ; "Of course; but It didn't do any harmto old filly, that he says, has as much p. III. such f veinnniry .
I .. '. .. I
M- : : .1AIU : the widow as she nestled under his I.t l him know that I shouldn't have slued as her sire had at her age. :\ .-hilil under. 1.: ycari .attciullnn. oarSHturdav
flint ua .11 l r.-.Is H pr./lt. t
< Thompson's 1'.. in Cured. "You won't Irate t. ml lien bit if he ILad.-'alihln- I
> are iiriu. me e j: a angry : II Siritlon nnli Fruity. at i : u' Ito It at I'oo't '
;H. 'It 'I.! :- ]'!'Mlle! I I"t t"I:1; yell \\ h'ltIIi... |:. PiiikliamN to death by the monster, will ,'on';" ton $tltt. I bookktor ..

I. ..&:....tll//.. i '''"IIH''IIII/|l''n- .|1' in f"run-. 'l'or ....\.raI' \ .-ar, I Ii nl ,ut.: .red "( ..rttilllIIUt.. We derive the name FRUITS AND FLOWERS. ,

1'1': '. 'i .i.i- i i ate t n.r' i Mii>ti|>.iti '.x '' .'" i "IT"f tin. liinh.'. :M\ |ih\iii-i.iii. '; sa-il I it was l-ollis. The name Is applied! to Mr. I'olk-My ;pr.icious: It's nearly! For fruits a market neur h '"!e is I".t ;:_ PARKER'SHAIR DALSAM

u.'.. 'I. .i.'l! ""t b.Ip miin.\ I )lii-iT'in the u,.' of the male of Unlne quadruped. I midniu'Ut. I suppose) I'll set the reputation ter than out- at a distance. CI.....*.. at "'.' *.. tn. halt,
!I'l. 'iki n fniir [.. .tth.' and ii"\t thi'M- troubles; any .,i'' I',. ... a 11. ,u t t pi...thHair
III'1)Iill, late caller. ,
ha e not jrin much attention to tht'"uloj..t. a very I Terns of all kinds es""It i : Nevrr sub : Orgy
:' i n 'h NilI'.H; :+ 'I 1'11"\11'1.1 liux 14 .."..
ill: i t tr Y : : Coler.
\but I am of the opinion that Miss[ I'ntieuce)h, I dull mind late do best l in coarse grained 1.1, : { a Cum .<. w, >.H a ..r 'aduy,
.' .' .. :' 'roW
the bull made its first dur- callers mil.
1:1\\1:1' \\ I. .!.. .Iv41t16.\i'aleth, III. ; tl" "!. appearance .
|I.-nr I -I.-* Mr. I'oko: I'm delighted to-
the triussic .-noil. Dippintr the plants in w'lrI r t\1
"I ,, lt ,,,,. ILK i
S500n ..p *i > | r>- >n >ll ir n none ttllii lUitrt.M -I..I.Irttft'
1 -' ,. .... "I ..' n ;i'' i' ..'.. I too I r. .Mtii :".j II,.. ".ru- -p.| .. :I.l, I..r How/ nice it is to know so much:" ,'1 Miss[ Patien" h"p'ratdy\-\o; Its one uf the best plans of diM ". i
I. ,"I '. I >'li.. ... h.un'I-tin ...nil-1 ".. Iliii.. M.i-.. the late leavers liu bore inc.-Catholic I
nirlp-'l: the widow its she cuddled Stilllloer. red spider. '

St.-iiid.ird and Times.orthr One cf I iri! DISEASES '
I advantage !goal : 't i SIDNEY :
"V e ,," aliseiuij: replied the profess that with it the fruits will < ,,
or. V \\ *'rl.-nd.Dnnipus ,
THE FASHIONS. OVER THE OCEAN ",\n.1 how proud your'ife wouldIT -I base put a friend of mineon the dul erf &Utacts. dIa-
I It any evidence of the I h'l! !: I I' ajvI ire matt

i .: .., ..1" I' ;.I'r. 1't .\ Tri...eK l"iMh.! h:i- fi'It in tif! cear. in the j-luin tr. '>, cut .,') t i at I

,. 4! vh.te Is also Ilu'! l k..I,t.3gdrxiun'el' In Miininu .1 1"'n..lll'al.h\ottel wholly 'Y-e-s, if I had one. years.McSmithThat's. j ff cud branches:: arid burn tic :...
"Iut w hy; w h"Why "- nothing! ; 1 put a
letitiric a tudof mil! I i IIDln CURE II.
to the ; '
don't I hate one? My dear friend of mine on his feet fourteen ;, Her Son's Life Saved by Chamberlain's
: : !! pruci.i': ; < ttl uuurpI ( The total niiiulx.T of medical prncIIti"nrrl Mrs-. Clniirliau. I have In-eii thinking times last night New York sews Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea rULu Is 1111Utl.. R. .
.' f the! chi tTuu Us tileeilt.ier! : in < !rett Itntiiin and Ireland I
that is. I hit'e \\oiidtTing-Uiat! I Remedy.
1',:ItI.r.IIIt! U tI;"; .S, uu increasx of 404 within a i Ilrr ttinitrr*. .
"A neiirlibur will h "fChdniherl.lln'
i18"- ran in i itti- refundtd. Gx\ttlni
mi whit the fa lJifllmhlt! year. am so flustrated: she gasped; a:* 1'atienee ;girl; tak'-s great chances .. Colic. <(< 't. .1 ./ and or money t

,. tr.'s lift metal pocUttlwwlt! / is Poppy cultivation Is driving out the Ilrt'Ss..lllt'r hands to her heart. on her first proposal of Diarrhoea Remedy: w i-n n,;; .-m remedies recognized by eminent

nf /Mack jot- wheat -ro" in!; r\ un.i 1'uehan, in Chi- "As I was saving; I han been think- -Im you nie.m if she acceptsor II was -utrerinsr will I.: severe rrjii! ,i* physicians u the best 'colt

1 .rm\er liiic or embroidered} I JIlL Opium prudueh,g pays very much hug that if 1 could! find" d!.-i':!ues it ? and wasix en up beyond !l.i]1'". by I

[">|.'ilar f"r wear mT hUt'n'' ltter. He fonnd !It-that Is. In shifting about "Hither: way."-Yo'ikers" Statesman.InjiMtlcr. liny regular pliy-icitn. wl.otand'- Kidney and Bladder troublii.

,'.Umo. Thi with the I high in bis prufe-s-iDti. Aft r ad.I PRIG to.c II....
i. r >N In rftiirn for the monument of Goethe on tl.e limb he: lost his hold and pr.-
( mini;teriii,!; three does of it. my "onretained .1
t fleet are the most faT which Kmptror: William has presented I if ssor and widow swayed baikward I con-einll"n" W. A. D'ALKMHKFTE.
I :: *- and reenv-r-
i I tij Home the city council! at a recent I mid fell to the jrrutind, tell feet below. j ed entirely within twenty-four

shawls which ran alai" rust-ting; pri>i"0sed to present to the city 'in flmrus. They came down} with a ]i hour. ," -ay* :MrMary Halter ofMt.

.\I'om, un made In the of Picrlui a monument of I'ante. thud and a bump, and the protV".,ri /, Crawford. Va. TinItemedy i- ti)=GOLA=@ I
: .. i-flt"tt and have lieciiivsMiry A Gorman lieutenant Von EichelFtreibcr. i uttered a grunt and the widow nscream. ,S.ul1 fair sale by all dru:';;'irts and medi-
1 part of every : of the Third uhlans waceredtliat The hull was f-tandiuj; fiitjrods I I cine dealer- Grist and Corn {Seal Mills

..-r -mult. I he could drink a bottle of brandyin j away with a stiff neck and a '
(lame bark and he didn't for ( .daam niP Tic i B. F. GONZALEZ & CO.
> tr r t-prlns wear are ten minute He did so and was care :iimore < Pyny.n Stops 1I11nl. Prop i,

striitfht fronts. haviU buried with full military honors. circus.! NV\ertlu-Iess he lit'!. i twdQ""' .:';""", s.-: .:, I i MaDalactlrt'rt

;!. tin full Irtish.; The city of Leeds lltieland bas 1
1 \I It!L white and trims ( :2 penny la the slut jai: meters from i widow made fur the fence at one a.'u'i'! fn. I STOCK FKKI: : >>
!.!iiterle: w desigus1)rekwear :and the professor at another. I'mfreacheil !. Patronize Hom .
which between i1j.I"") and H".IMMIII Awarded at Part i Industry, for th r. uBTprjr
it iu due tune, but they h.lUcome rirsson you should bujrvoar M I'al l and
year !is collected l. and nt tins nearly I 't 1t Htock >f..d from the Horn.. lfangtector.r, I
) Is th> !3.INNJ' in pennies! is locked up in lost to each otherhile tin for by BO dolnic you rnioaraii borne iDdai* ,
constructed of professor went about scanning the A r wy' try. Your money M left In the community
i I tht'm. .. I and you in tarn are Indirectly beneet.d.
cbiTs of
alum the creek for evidences I
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r Ill loslerlai the home
chiffon, cut In auiNAlAROCHEWINE I manDfactor! you
'Wer petals and : Eczema and Itching Humor the Hudson jH-riod the widow wi.!nl quAchgwck! |. It contribute to the cau" of lahor Yon owe ,
through the dry : and 11ICIl,,:>! commoDlty lo which you live to! I
the front trlm'l Cures I the Blood-Costs Nothing crass > i which ooalrlbulri to TOUT inpport. ,

: .1W .-New York to Try It. brought! up\ at the hotel. It waan I i I _. ._- 1
,I 15. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm I i is hour after dinner IK"fore the preifts'r CORDIAL
H:j'ifsi reco-DTicnditioin for of Piwness j i I
appeared. Mie was seated on tLe t 1 t
I '" -I. I now recognized a a certain and sure of hI! oj, Siomich troubles end General Deb CHOICESTOK
INrurd i \craiidit, and Le came up[ to her with f '* In re>se% the irpeitte.! streng-hens
4, 1* of one gencra.ti.r cure f.>r Kcz ina. Itching;: Skin. Hu- f-exeral .ieimens; of the jura_ io'V. tieneiio tad bu Js up i"ienl: ,.- system.V9 .

... > fuet of tho i 1 mor-i. ScabSculp*. Watery I5U- rit.111I hit hands and said: rnf llrount 1 I

I:rat Harti ,:: tJrlr.,,l terPimrl", Achinsr g.nEor PARIS
;, .ts I was going to remark several

'.\, -..-t. Thomn and I Joint, Boil, Carbuncles. Prickling hours ago If I could find woman who F...scent..1 lauerra A ,fa. :''FRUITS f ADCOFECTIONERY!! [ f '"

|Mum of I'ticlesntounu: 1 Pain in the :skin.:: Old Eating; !Sores, was Interested In the study of geology Y.iun Physician-You! are mistaken,
It..hlp clue ;i Ulcer*, etc. Botanic IHood Halm I should loe 1 very glad indeed to devote ay tu"d Lu'!. I'm a regular graduate. n___ __ _AT
and of Cuba. HvtU taken internally, cures the worst aud considerable two to giving; her luformatiou. -Chicago News. | YOURSELF I .
dlzt't. 1 "
mo-t det'p--eatfod case: hy enriching, I (Gfornoaataral I C. APOSTLE'S141ast !
"t! Kept Hi.* Li. purifying and vitalizing the blood, i "Sir, are you addressing! me?" de Sent E>)(ile. -..e,1D11ammataiop or olora'.luDi, ,

!.,< J. \\'. Sullivan: ,I! thereby ;giving! :I Wealthy blood *upi manded the widow as she rose up nuJ Every year a large number of poor I c'| l. wit< Bifmlrinn.D'lt MUia* I ; Government St. it
:.-critched 1114 ply to the !!kin. ') Halm glared at ,
i stayleured and !
whose lung* are ore
: '"
for "I-I thinkI he stammered In
<: wire. Itill-imini': IS the onlcure.. to am by Dv.ntsta,
: awful skin trouble racked with coughs are urged;; to eo Formerly Cordova Restaurant ritand J
;,"i-on yet in. For | these annoying reply. climate. But thi, i i5cotly to plain wr tPr, I
,:!..rt'd intensely. Other remedies my relieve, but B. "r..u have evidently, .made inlstako., to and another not alway ,sure. Don't be an J'bottli' prepad*. |3:75.'"' One carload of Pineapple at 11.75 i I II

.' H \->T- urged; ampuriti H. H. actually cureheals every exile i Kins' New Di.cov- teat OB relaeet.EMMYRQYAL to '2.00 per dozen. !
,. w >-. "I 1 u-edone ''rore, and give* the rich plow I of Neglect Means Danger. when Dr. ; will at I i i
: ric Hitterand 1'.. health to the skin Ii. B. B. builds up Don't neglect biliousness and cone pry for Consumption cure you .

MIAruic.i ;Salve auJI' the broken-down bdand makes tipation.. Your health will suffer home. It's the most infallible med-all r LIPILLS r i.
red and nouri"'hin Over if do. DeWitt's icine for Coughs; Cold '
-"iiuJ :and well :a.. the blood ? permanently you 6nul.e F. M. WILLIAMS J t.
diseases .., ,
on .
Throat and Lung CAFE. ,
such .u I.di. : jrw4
of Risers cae:
1- rtiptionKczema.: ..Sinn: ) voluntary testimonials cures Little Early cure relief. Astounding /4 I .c:.' ... fHIlll-TER', to.tU'.11:
i. inn. -sore- and all by Botanic Blood Balm I H. B. B.i M. B. Smith. Butternut, Mich., says"DeWitt's The first doe result brims from persistent ; 1& Rl"I'..w' void mesa : ..... ...rtTaLta.marr CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER j
Risers cures + Rrf.y
, Km'tnc: Kilters II.Hi : D ruggits,11.; Trial treatment free Little Early are bottles free at W A.D'Alemberte's a' D..c....!.Uua. ... ilta.It. ,
: ; Try ttiein. W. and prepaid by writing Blood Balm the most satisfactory pills I ever USP. Trial -.... fti.7 f f tarn."im gr wt .... m Estimates Promptly FornUhedBuildings :
ra. ar
Palafax street. I'ank-ulara. TxtlaiaalaU
Describe trouble took. Never or cause nausea, ;, 121:! e H. ..........
11'! S. Palofox Co.. Atlanta: : Oa. gripe .I MII.lld fin I.4k., q r.I. .-
: .It-I
John Sheppard Price Me and fl.O>). Every bottle ... "aiL. I. 11"0 t_.._... S.h, I
advice until ] I All Kln h.
Ir.1 lit t'l' satifactioa or and free medical given ': Hargis Pharmacy. ai DI"U I klrkMUr( krailul fa. <
I Only W cents. I I I'[ cured. I Sidney Kabn. guaranteed. Haalua I'HIL.4..


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Enured at the Poet nmee al Pell acola. i l, yields i........................ -- I
,1 FI..ltoeOlld-tI.... matt"'. KWASIND CASE The ... Annual Malrmrnt' t
r 1
i The Church of Christ Corner Al- : A Simple Internal Urmrilj Makes |I t'
n.sIllAt Ik-trinlxT :ll>l, lum
I South i and Jackson-Bible school, I
OrriCK-rilti Building, :1Ij! caniz! Uemarkable Cures of Catarrh.
fa aloi meet. up-..tatre.I : to 9:45 communion service, 11 a. ;
I t I Jude Reeves at chambers resumed m ; prayer a m.; meeting Wfdnesday,7W: People who have used sprays, inhalers I THE[ [OWIABIE

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. :: the bearing the Kwasind and if salve and washes for catarrh F
I All are welcome. I
p.m. and have found how ueIeand I

I. B. 1HI ()X. Managing Editor. I I j case yesterday afternoon. days, \ inconvenient they are will be agreeably
Central Christian Church 16 East' LIFE[ ASSURANCE[ SOCIETY :
Manager.Term Capt. C. B. Parkhill, continuingthe j surprised! at results followingthe [
W. M. HALL Bu-iness When : Ilomana Htreet-Junior C. E., 9 a.m.; use of a pleasant, internal
behalf of the respondents -
argumect* in :: I
(Sunday school I, l<:45 a. Ill ; preaching I II remedy in tablet form ; druggistseverywhere A""l't r
in Advance discussed the validity of night I ; admit that Stuart's Catarrh ,
*: Invariably ,|: by the pastor, 11 a. m.; Y.P.8.C.: E., It""t'nt' and .,t. ,.-r I,.abitle .
.. .ta COt I Tablets, which they sell ato
{ 011'.r Kii Monttii b1 Ua.l.. 50On the act of Wo, amending section ing !17 p. m.; preaching! S p. m., subject, '' .

'' W..rkhyl'arrierPayablelloeday 1U 9G1; of the Revised Statutes, which "A Good Man Lost and a Bad Man
) Hurplufrom whin I.1>i'".
tt section, according to the contention (;saved." All are invited to these deud are IMI J (
Adrerfnng Farts Furnished on Application ,
I of the relators, had been in effect, : services.
I Paid to I'bllcy-holder. in
TELEPHONE NO. 118. | repealed by the act of the legislature !Ii cough I German Lutheran Church-Sun ltnl! . . .. .. f -

APRIL 5 1902 I i of 1W1! enacting the Revised': day school, a a. m. ; German service, I t'wln urji.r.' In lull | : ,
P p8A00LA, relief.
1 Statute*. i I 10:30:: a. m.; English service, with Total Insurant in fore
II Dec. 31, PoI! fNotwithstanding .
EIHIOK WfcBH of the Milligan Hon. W. A. Blonat followed, going healing Holy Communion 7ttip.:\ f in.; con
t ;fession at 7p.m. Vestry meeting th"lf. ,'
L Herald publishes an excellent article over each feature of the case and and 1 cialtreiuth uf the :rvK-i! \
after close of German service. All |
prepared by him on "Agriculture in refuting the of counsel for : greater ecurlty whir', .'
I argument :Most members requested to attend. J. holder tljerby r ,
fret Florida" for the Press lulJtin. "h1 !
but which arrived too late for i the relators upon every point. \V. lleinhardt, pastor. F'I are LOW and (il'AlUM I j
Scott's ter than by ttKNOIVLKS '
therein.tKiKKKM : Judge Avery closed, reiterating I given i
insertion j Sunday: services will be conducted 1
I his previous argument aud strengthening '
> to the new "Allied i jby the Salvation: Army as follows: !

1 1'arty' tilt Tunes.I'uion and Citizen ( his position.The good j 110 a. m., open air; 11 a. m., Holiness : HltOsS !

1 .U'llCl"t4 th.&tlt be called the ")Ia a' judge! accepted the briefs of meeting in hall ; 2 p. in., children's ,i

it glue I'&rty'ull account of its incongruous counsel and took the cae under consideration and :meeting in hall ; 3 p. Ill., open air, '' cents for full sited treatment is the I.-I ,,,...,t.

constituent element but it is not known Baylen street; 4 p. m., open air on ;:safest most eilective and popular of

How ", .uld "Ha-h Party" do'.1 wharf, foot of Palafox street ; 7 p. m., all! catarrh remedies. .sJtj Talaf'-x St I I'> '
tt t whether a decision will be reached Nearly all cheap cough mixturesand
-- air Government and
Opell corner
throat lozenges: e.tlt..ill >utethese -
i -
l.'h'IL Kiiui'is.. champion "pro- before the beginning the approaching SCOTT& I.' Palafox streets ; 8 p. m., !rand rally I,, cheap medicine jrl\ e a temporary .

UJut. r uf the world, exclaimed on tern of court or not. The in the Army hall, DeKeachetreet.. relief, especially with little "

t.bdrathbed : ":'"i little done; >o several, I pointniaJe are not only All cordially invited to attend. En- children by destroying; ; nerve ."1I8.a-
much doVenly! human ambition 1 tion ; the irritation in throat: which ;
't to novel and interesting but are somewhat si Mason and Captain Figgius, officers cau-es coughing i is temporarily r," BASE BALI J I

i< bouudle.and human life difficult and involved and it 'j'jL { in command. :! moved, not by removing tl1M e.'u->

"1 a itoou-aud: years woulJ be too __ i iI[, but by deadening the 11fr't"r feel
< .t pOIl l\ll
ttiurt fur +..lUI'. would not be -urpri- I. if consider'able Universal! Church Rev. Mrs. I i tug the irritation inot M. al- II )
though 1! it i* still tre! a.: ,I will
AI"ufth... Flr\lauJiu.l"lonth- time should elap-e before a Athalia Johnson Irwin of Columbia promptly return. 1

ly iiiiUviin" for March i.* at hand 'determiuatiou of them can be He.d J. :S. C., will preach Sundty morning at j i I! Stuart's Catarrh Tablett the Athletic Goods

tvuuiiiiiiKatuable information readied. ad\' 11 o'clock at the ruiver-alistchurch, bet remedy to r' move cat trr'' II .1'- ; I

subject, ")l:1n': Original Sin, Total cretion, whether in the no-e
*l.uul exportuf naval torephos: ----- Don't t ;
stomach because
or : they are c.nn-
1'h.attt'"n..u, lumber, etc. from that EXCURSION ad. iu i Depravity.1 AI...) at night at 7:45 posed wholesome :aim-* p'ic-.
\ I
.1.} :M. COK'.sf
l"rt. -.I.II'I"U U"'o4' and other ins FROMWEST subject "Regeneration the New Blood rootRed gum from Eucil) ptu- '

tH.tltllC 11I.1 UN. FLORIDAAt Read Birth :Sunday school at 10 a. m. ; tablet; ItlMth.Inltl. r

E. Y. 1'. C. I", at 6W; p. in., subject i I I .
T : and not taking chance*
A UtkMAN writer declare- thatEuipetor need. "
Con-cientioiis in All Things, Romans -
!nAi: 'clock this morning: a :i I with cocaine, opiates nrtill
William "fearand hates L. Fri 14th chapter; Scripture less I poisons found in so many cat trrl

It the Ei: gli-h and Americau pre*." special tram of eight cars: arrived tracti\e s-on, Acts 5:2i, 42.: Prayer meeting : cures and couirh medicine-.

lilt recent compliment to the latter, here, bric.'in; about 25ti; pas-engers every l'hursdaynight. All are most | Dr. Ramsdell in commenting, on YOU SHOULD SAV-
i-ue. catarrh cures says : "I can heartily l
t: Jrliverrdthr.ush Truce 1It'IIQ'IIl- from p.iut.; along tle 1'. & A. divis cordially invited to attend thee ser: recommend Stuart' Catarrh Tablet- I

j dicate* that lie niu-t bt l up to something ion. 1 The vices. because they contain no cocaine nor f luuX THE GREAT

\ which he does not wi-h to Meyer :> other dangerous drug found in-" critici-ed two ceverely.Ill I More tickets were sold at DeFu- illterestin;, First Baptist Church The following :I many adverti-ed catarrh cureI AMERICAN DOLLA-

-i niak than at any other station, let program will be observed tomorrow i have known of many ca-e I'f lurr
: 'I.LKII.VS ou Caulittower and1'rlvrt The big j standing catarrh of the! head and
passengers having come from that Bon has : throat completely cured by the dailyuse W '., n>'Vef y"'l i'.11 ,1 I It
Kxati have been received , issue Organ .olulilarySelected."Chrit of these tablet* for -e\eral aii d.. itei.Itby but .. >
from the Lake: City experiment station. .
,I Our l'asso\"fof"-r'chilling. I week. One case: in particular. ( 'in-. Fi 1< hiiifr I'ttcfcli I Ieke.tPf)11'INfi I-
p' Both are valuable und can b*- A rate of Jl for;: the round trip had The l>,) ; "(), BeJoyfur-Scliilling. i which I could not reach with an inhaler ants t.; I

procured free uf ('tI.t by application been allowed but the did fine or spray and where the catarrh
f. patronage "Glory to God in the Higtiest" LETIC GOOD". of t .
caused headiches/ and
I to the director. If the authors of ... daily a
nut come up to expectations.McDnffie's want Buck. I noticeable Io- of hearing, w'icw ,1H'rtrit ffotu K H !1"'
the "eeraltatlon bulletins wouldprepare Te Deum in F-Marzo. cured this harmle--but effective
"1\f'rr tirely by the 1"J""t"1..1 "p.rting t.
:a condt-n-ed ynop-n of Witch Hazel "Ten Thousand Times Ten Thous remedy." Oraler. A full line ..I I.
eacli the state prCauutd doubtlesjul'li'ti opera 1 Dr. Wainwright ":ays : "I never
Foot Bealer >s one of the !hestbaby
aud"-Dykes. nis, Uoif. )4M.ehall
audience hesitate to pre-crib. MirirtV Catarrh : I'i
tin-in. the !bulletinthem powders known, cures pricklyheat
Offertories The Eater Dawn" Tablets for catarrhal head- Poiiir. I'ttticliiux Hay* lt : .< relre being..i' long for publication. aud gives 2CENI in-tant#.relief. There ( Woodmani, "Christ Is HI t'n" :I aches and catarrhal deafne... I...- II.Ut, liMiUa Club t" ,

I :: A I.I'U'II from New Haven :Sold by John Sheppard: 4o5 S. Pal .\. R. at amll8'i: (Buck). 1: caue I know them to be perfectly I" "'. ; .l.ftBt Hue I H.etc. .
i !safe for child or adult anti haveeen
elate.. that I't"I..IIii\t' been taken, to afox street. Mr*. E. 1 : i, Anthem-"Sink to Thy Rest"Dreler. I many remarkable cure re.ultiitK .. Tires .nd all.'h.5..

it lud up the attain of the PI.tnt handled noon. '! from their regular. daily 11-"; because 4Q04'....; btf M nl r .t.
Bag : e to or from thede- I
advertised amioM!
I and they are
Organ cornet
"i H>itin romp-iiiy quid tll.trlhutt'tl11' Bay pianoiolin ; Mad C'olawfci rti"u"+rfi t.

t t II. It. Plant t'-IIIII'u the New York pot promptly on short notice {special terpn-e accompaniment.There iu drug-tore-is: should t.o tea-not"'uwhy ue them any .old OB latlii.-iit OIKN

i fourt. to wlo4t- jurisdiction the adKiiultrati'iii attention given to handling: freightfor ( will be service tomorrow at because we should seize upon the ... )l1MH "'I"l&I -" 4
i "f the mate ham been the bay ; i means of cure wherever f"unds"Stuart's'atarrh'l'ableart ,.a Fate eau geed t '
1 : the First Baptist: church at II a, ul. (
inerehants and of
out town
iran-ferred at the of : : e-pee AilMull itus4u ...If...... 11.. '
1 instance the A ttlf' and I'M: p. in. Preaching by the ially \:11111"1.> for c.-it.irrli cohl-t in .
ClI.tOnlH'Ee Hallmark feet ",.., tttMII ,. ". :.
widowurh Harry or "
salon will children
involveaud March : pastor Rev F. Joue-. :Morning subject I l because they are pleauintto
atlt-et it- Lars the ta-te and m..lbe used ritr,. p'.U I. t
<" luttrf'towned rin? phone! I'M.! damage : "Christ, Our Peace In All freelyto
l>y the ei.tat,- lu FI..raJ..lUd result break upevere coldand croupat I* J. U.t tliy JUNeIM '
may "Exulation
ship 7. Things" ; night In the
In .tHtlln Pert I 1.I\"u". you will >w t t
initiiy ; change Alat..r "
God. The LordV
VIEWED FOUR BODIES The Supper at the I IF. iF

tei.-k'ram from Nw York in- morning service. L'. Y. P. U. service ] Monday we will sell Boys' IVrrileai
Welles i i.
liouiuftliHt. the 1'lant t' y-tem r.ul- DURINC PAST WEEK.burin at t.i:11)::\ p. m. ; Sunday school at !IJAI': < \\' .t at 1 15; centtwo: for 25 ceir-.

11:1)' 11\.. 1 been absorbed by the --- with :!. a.m., E. D. Begg. superintendent i No one over four watt' .. I' K.Biawuer. F B. Bruee.
out on .
Atlantic i oat 11 lie. A cordial invitation, all to worship ,
,; the pa-t week Hon. J. repairs. with 1
Inv tlftb uiiiitial report of the us. I II 1I
Emmet Wolfe, ex-ot5icio coroner I I THE WEATHER
Florida railroad 15 8. P.ilaloi
l"'IIlIl1I".I"n. now inlb. putting Christian Science services will beheld '
ha."it'.nd the bodies of four still
> li.tlid' of the
'tat I'rintt'r.m"kh tem to at :M2 West Gregory street at 11''!
horn children, a record not
tlrtyneaing equalled
-tatement concerninir
smacks, o'clock Sunday mornin:. All intei-i
i ..
ItIt'tuu.I''rt''U''" bUIllefor the heretofore. The Children TO-DAY -,
were o1- arr \' ested are cordially invited to attend. I!I

year jut pa..ei : "I lt hat been aIwrl.d spring* of nejroein each case: andas E. H. The subject will be "Are Sin, })is-I t dti b,
of --
unronmon prosperity for none of thembowed signs of at the ease and Death Real!?" '

practically all the tran-portation 1.oo.'AL t'ORH"A..r.-t'arlly > .. .Y"
companies. The heavy dellcit* : any criminal negligence; it was t Sewauee M. K. Chinch, South Palafox. }
by the i nilrtuiiclay; lightar.Ri !J. w :- t. v ., l
iit-retofore exhibited by several 'deemed unnecessary: to holJ coron Street, Rev. J. M. Dannelly, p. C.- y M'
give log; frrhlj 'ouill.Temperalure '
load are huwu" by the rtl''rtfvr er's inque-t-. Usual services at II a. 1l1. and:111:: r i T.
and ..L.e... )t
Lie m. Sunday school !1iI +I6
past year to have either been I No p. ; at ) a. in., --

I C(> "erted unto net earmngt" or the : BETTER THAN PILLS. J. N. Andrew superintendent ; E1'- <. in Last 24 Hours :

deficit in tti 11 i guy reduced as compared The question has been asked "In Capt. worth League at 1i i:3: what Ware Chamberlain's Minimum .. :l ':
with previous year The Stomach the Boer I Iliad I dry ttr. I
& Liver Tabletsuperior to )*den Street Methodist Church ;|
r..*d., aH a" note, rhow handsomelirt the t
pill-. :? Our answer iThey are Revs W. (}. Vreeland P. C.-U..uall! Temperature Eliehre : 't'i
i'amines "m operation u< a re- .ea-ier and more plea.ant to take, prisoner .. t-s. /isa4. r
more mild and gentle, etfect services at 11 a. m. and 7'V p. in. ; )Jilt. .v.i s, .A -
r rult 'f the pat year' tratJic. in and night II ;: .(,
more reliable a* they can always bedepended auspices Sunday: school at 9D:! a. m.. A. H. .Ultima .. .. .... mKisinarck &> 4.1: t.-r. .....--jOUR -. -

upon. Then they c1 all.E' Hi D'Alemberte, superintendent ; Ep-: Ublt'ae( ... t. 4
ADMIRAL BRADFORD and invigorate the stomach and worth ('InciDliiiU ... ... ffhlesloii .
League 6at: ]
at (J .
leave the bowels in a natural condition cially p. m. ( .. WAITERS WAIT
Huron ..
t. i
I IS HERE TO-DAY while pills are more harsh in wishes l'enacola City :\Il'thuditIi..i"n. : tacit..onvuIIe loti',
etTect and their use i is often followedby doe= not l."n..II\' :. .\( M oi H I' \ T I."N-
con-illation. For ale by all Rev Get W. Carpenter P. C.-Servnes Key \\ e,I' "I .

n..ardmir"t I K. It. Kradford arrived drul'i..t.! Jnd medicine dealer children behalf! at Reed's chapel! at ;5HO\ : p. m. ;1:, M Mi-mptm oldie :7.t a SMoitlgnrn.'ry II' 'lln'-etvlee 1 !fete i- ai. .
by the pa-tor and at AVarringtou at : iW Vi J
,f .i I New iirli-mii 7* :., The diniotr .
Irf-t nulit from KeyVet. in the ;3 Rev. r e r in p.tpoH4te1
p. m. by W. (1. Vreeland. Sew York fit > ,
.. .. retl aetl t '
i and lit oner betook him-elf to the Distressfl rnti-h. Sunday school at Reed's SB\nnnnti "I 't
chapel at St. lout :,1 to of the lndivtd.l ..ft' '

I Pity yard II.'a" met at the 11.11) a. m.. Milton Park, superintendent Ladle receive >{"ritl, 4"- '

: and at Warran 'ton at tio! ::\ a. Marston sole have parole tab!...
depot ly i'uptain' : Collm of the tjfjuina are ,
f ter Eating Our f'Mi i ,| 'ur'. 4-
Fred Blum
: ,
caty \'lIhl. and oy that orticer er ", i* a ( / agents for the celebrated 'jualitylUMaurniit

,rted to the w" hart a" here the tug Xausoa lx>tween meals! beg! 'hin::, \oin- you easy. McDuffie'a Little Blue Odorless refrigerators, ( I. treunul rat

;'i r\'t'II1.IC *" .>" Nvirded and a trip to hill, tlatnItf.-r. tits of ncnouhead. ; Liver Pills makes blue people absolutely guaranteed or 'I'hc I ::VIII Century t '

ti the yardaapeedlly ache, pain in the ( t marh I are alltjniptoitisi'f Sold ; bright! cleansethe system of all money refunded.
afox da.l..t"IIIIUaud unhf'althUlattfor
and the! i il\-iep..i.] lonsret
.. Admiral, !>r..Mold''i.n.: here are and makes a new per-ouof you.
it neglected; the harder. it ito *-nre it.Hood's 25 ( ENTS.:; Thos. C. Watson & Co.
ll.. habeen all NEXT I'to...,. ttl
t-uly pi-nodical.
t t Sold by John Sheppard. t
t.. t ever the coa-t and a* far -outh a- Sarsaparilla :afox street all the worry off the shoulders jf the Pearl & NicolauZl
- owners of
t We-t, and w ill give especial at- property manage the
( hey and Pills
; Ladle6nuld look at our line renting their hou-ee, and the collection Iti :M.4ljf, i r
tit trntlnnahllehere. to the facilitiescflrre Radically and rnianontly cure it- The of overalltor their husbands before of their rent a* conscientiously -
1 t f4 ftn'iifrtlu-n; and tone the stomach andutlnrdigestiveor1'ati day :\ Their charges are very reasonable.
1 ctoiltn': -eland will al-o crD't Tilt But Imif .i,.r, ,
Unite tt-t' cork! ou the new coal ; fur the natural you are thinking of moving. unfitfcU'l .tlr.-r i>i>*t-ii. -

performance of their fun- tion. Marston $ Quince foand at J. I.'please I
duct Miss carry
\'t see Harry Hallmark: or call phone (
Accept no substitute for Hood's. the largest line of matting all.Gnnlen.
I Don I Let Th.m Sutter.t "I had dyspepsia Iwenty-five years and ( '} i :231 and let him quote you price( He ,

Often children are. tortured with took d.r.<'rl'nt niedirires but trot no help that a rugs, window shades, etc., tuolt in ,nil ,

I k Itching: and burning} eczema and U'1 flat; I began 11...d's .irsapanlla. has the beat spring floats in the city. in the city- }H\"e lay our variety and at rockll
( Iher kin di- -i-"- but Uuckleu'Arnira Have taken four bottles of thu! ml'dirlnl'l'ld : matting free.

>.+Ivr heal the rawore, can now eat almost anything stop: Lawn: OIL SnUCK __ l ricex at the H'i///v JI"
..N intt iinuutior. leavethe skin yard no
rip I'Ifan: fragrant well have no cramps in my stomach no You can strike oil by goin: to (). ware C'o..v.D .

withoutcar.. there nov* on earth asrio burning! and no d.; trf'!_," )'.<. \,:- lH'II M. Pryor'* big furniture hou-e. :h) Pocket cutlery and scissors

chrr l. Fry it. Cure guaranteed G. HtRRtTT 14 Oireyt! rrovM""... R I.Hood's and 22! Wet Governmenttreet.. from the tinest to the ..n't mi." ttfl> (Mryii'ib I. .
Sarsaparllla the We have: nothing but b.tzainto of. *!"f "t!'-r' IWM ". '.. '. ,
Only ::J"' a' W A. 'Alcmberte' :.ekes! tc ; cheapest, at the Willis .
22k i1'11"1, ,, .Ut't't. cure and keeps the promise. nati fer in all cla-se of furniture. Don'tmi k't' H .-
*- them. Ilardicure Co. W.*t O "* '

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I I Capital Turned fh..r Rapidly nt the
OF A RETURN TO LIFE I Muck lUrbaiiKr. !
It may be from overwork, but '
i j| At the extreme south side of the I Seek Relief II
I I the chances are its from an inactive I New:
Stock K.\change: ; 1 is a battered I
[Original] LIVER._ -. I post with the word "Loans" The great proportion of "omca who * r

"The gentleman user the way Is With a well conducted LIVERone I painted, on it in !big \letters. Around never make t unoui effort to benefit tiwmteivei. -

dead, sir." do | its bate on stormy maiket days brokers The most 01 them So M ptytaf la at.
can mountains of labor
My valet made the announcement as howl and shout themselves hoarse tention to their little rneiutmtl itcrdcrt. W-
: f r he down without fatigue. 'V hiving they will eventually *tr off. They t
sat the with break '
tray my !I of voice and rl'lllls to face In their efforts -
grow worn And worse every day. At IN ,(
fast. r: Itaddsahundredperuntto to borrow money or to lend it at of pcC1i1iar1y .
period menstruation a womaa "
('our fellow: I remarked. "Rather
I : ones earning capacity. i the best prevailing rates. susceptible to cold and other external wluuttu 1
i I I 1 should pity those who remain behind. I I I Every day around the: loan post from and it ii alto the mod favorable time rer the i,

." It can be kept in healthful action $3oV A>,(""' to Sr.O.ouO.Otn) I U; loaned to development of hidden douse gtrmi Kkk

"The're better off than It he kern by and only 1: needy stockbrokers to tide over their I may be lurking in the aystt n. Any yskit ;.

e lack sir.Vhat." deals or to complete, big transactions Knows that disordered meiutniateoft, lalbii) gl
I the womb and Itucvrrhexa art blighting lives hi
do you mean? already under On a busy
r r 'rning ot "1 knew u lUau onoct who kern back, byPills 1 I j day or at a panicky way. season the very scramble I almost every home. No woman should indiutMM ntf .
hit herself moment after she seu "
.' I' turlitrHKADFIELD'SJ ..Ir. and It HUH very IIICOQ\eiiient. Tint's I about the loan post takes on the of female diseases. Almost Instant relief CM .

II.I .: 1II"lIt1l "Tell me about It." I appearanee of an active Irish fair. Er- be secured by the use dWINECARDU1(

Me did so, und I listened to his story pry dollar HUH loaned on the floor of

while I ate my breakfast: the exchange Is secured by collateral\ I t

I "Pat iHjIati was laid out with cantles TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. i security considered gilt edged by the I t tIt
male Regulator
I ; I
at hU head and feet and coveredMth man with the IlIOI1l'Y.I .
I f
= ::: will relieve right In twt (MOM. 11
: It'' 1.' l"llul IlI'rI" i u hhcct. Put had been: In the best I These! money lenders of the exchange Will iccpt you the testimony yaw of Mr*. IWgl
< ..IIt" I".t U'l' .i'lui| of health till one mornin he was found ,! HE FELT FETTER turn capital over rapidly. Most of the and thousands of other women and really seek relief today T All dnifgbU -j t .

.' ..i jtn-ia.. .ud t Ij.ut la l Iylti Ix-rtide tin- road, dead. TUat'w money i Is loaned on "call," says a correspondent sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of Cardui.

1 .1 h al\\.rs. ]iii.ifth| what ever}iutly who saw Mm said M (il Ilrrnnie llt llml Got Ili.l nt the ('nnur of the Titthburg! lIi i! t.k e-a lulu the M viriii. of Ilislurliutici*. 100 Chicifo Street Fort Vi ayne. Io I hit 'IxMly! was Made n-ndy for the \\ ilkI'II width means that the lender may callIt Your Win of Carnal btu. done a world of rood for me. I ban used eta
,'U .N.u |uiuuti> lllt ":\ \\', Pat had I It.,'II a thrifty man I P.ishop Williams of ('OIl111d l'lIt 11".1It' In nt tiny time, and seldom Is Itloaned bottlesof the Wine and one iiacka,e ol Thedford'l -DrauahLAad(IDC*
n )MO.I,.1 tank| !) tliwii'i ) tell tit followingt..ry ..C the late I bare parted to u-e it I mil not be without it m Um huun Il helped ml
I niid had put by a KINH! many 'old- !In this way: for longer than thirty .
I flbe
'fl 1..y the rtfjulat I inter in whodd not menMrualo as the oufhL was alit *
i" ll..l i ItlMI.H"UC. ,I.U-*'*, vhlch I ln kept/, In a woolenMrwkln' I)>r. lUieachet I ) : 'Mine Sunday lot.tit mug! to slay days. The rate of Interest yearaof TOl8dOi nothing eb.lpe.lher. 1 .u. in a itrj bad sUU D j aed I
; Ilr. iMleaehet) before I used medioinrs, but I found tiled 10 three d. .. And DOW I
I j arose C'III1H.It'I",1.. your j I
I. ur .11. tl"", '. nC'Ct". III the ells k. He hadn't been ; changes( often but It is usually on an feel like a new woman and do all my htiuwwork and wuhinj, which I could
il,V .U ct i < '.-. !lining tlic I! iiutirinl. but WIN gain to I IK- to a lu>tyreillieiultil i! After a futile attempt to eat breakfast ascending scale. In panic times it has not da before I took wine of Cardui. I would be very glad to writ* any poor ,I

r ic 4 It I'll 1ril trait.tit (.:Irl. Hrid;.:et O'Ttmle, twenty I I.Lcalled I rut old and favorite colored been known to go as high ns! 50 and VIper woman aud tea lier how I aunered before I used Wine of Mrs fardul.. C. P. IIllOua -

lll< h UI i ttllljia- .1 years Iehinud'im In aJ.:e. The banns I servant to him and said, ':'Sum J po cent. Uusstll: :Sage: ;: who has' been For dTin and Ittenture. id.trm, ftTtnt Ttrftoml.. "The .adItt'' adfiwr I
> I I. 'iv>.sll"tl inll H'..... of had lain [mtill) ;liol when Put was I around and till :Simmons (the sexton) lending! money for sixty years Is the Dcpanmcol The CluttUuuxiga: .hhb Cuiupuiy.: LLauaauo0. t_ _
Ii "i.air trey aj.t to J J'n.> to post, a notice on the' church do that
nth "Ttlif.t fiiiind dead.' Ith.t,; would have been largest: JIl'l\:1: ItIIolt.y! lender In the
in urI I
I i>f tli--< iint.itllijjiliv natltle with Pat'H .II'I1I1J If he ,li.11I I um too ill to !preach itchy: United !State Mr. Sage for his, money
I few lint 'Noel-. masse: I'ai'am.:' 'don't you asks only the ruling rate.J. .
Instead of
k - tit h. ,:;h the riutu-nt U-fure the weddln', for hhe preferredTnin f\l, \!> up{, '!lIt wav.'. .I uc t gib: him a trial. 1'. Morgan's idea of lending money l4'C.HRIX'C.: WM. H KXOWLKS; W. K. HVKtt..JR.. J. 8. KL!<$LPreuldent. : .

.J. I.tlu.el.ti; Itiswv I. \ riannaKan/ ; but. knowln of the Yon get 'I' ug all right.; In Wall street is to lend, It when the Vice-1'ret.ident. Ca.hler. Aie't CaabUr i

j_ r !..{tlel {.'"Mi'lews hat had hid away she per ".1 lit' /lrgulIlI'lil1'111 on and resultedIn other money brokers arc pinching and

l L..1 nuiltil! l fire, firn- '{'III exen tn Tom. the minister Hurling off. Sirvice squeezing! and threatening! ) collapse to

I ll. (III, fist U'omen." I ".\" I'at c"ul>lii't l I..? buried till the, over, he returned to his bouse looking the murket. Frequently lie semis one First National Bank ,1
.u uttnien co.. ii.iMi.. Ct. ,d.M-fr returnnl and certiflwl that he much brighter. of his partners to the floor of the exchange
I 'How feel, massa?' said Pam
was dead and the watchers havlr.' jou when either bulls\ or bears! are !

drunk a d\>-il i>f Irish whIsky and haII' \'- an lie opened) the door. In a demoralized\ condition with the I ,

LfNICISMS. been nuake! two nights! In PIIIVMnlon. 'ISftter; much l'l'lIt'Oam.' : I nm announcement that he has $10,0
mi the llalr.lrt.IIIhhly: hleepy.lrldgit glad I took jour 11.1\ in'' or ?l.IM"I.IMMJ; to lend at the legal rate. IDIIt i .

Itl )1._ $5 for tin1 I was becoinln" Impatient' fort '1 knew it ; I knew 11.' paid this As the "1'-gal rate" is: frequently from QTOItlas: ,

IIdllli to your l.u..1 l iiif..i there was no relatives to claimPut's \ durky! grinning until! every tooth was 2 to 11) per cent below the rate the other WM. H. KNOWLE3 W A. BLOUNT, F. BRENT, W. K. H YKR.!: Jh i.
evidence. 'I knew furl 1 In-ner
RoM and she| was to have: !been in .von private Icndim are charging! the D. 0. BRENT t
I when dot u' ,
\ nuTty tut: hat nttii 1 hN wife she was thinkin' of his fortiin1 you pit drawn out jouristem.New effect! of his pnrtner's: appearance' on 1rrItI

: you don't know :i und anxious to get hold of it. About 3 York Tribune. the floor of the exchange with a statement I

licllck/ !In the mornin1 every watcher I --- --- of that tenor is (,electrical and the ad DG muti tz bI B0 UIId 1 Sodg e ;
I I The W/o<*. of ( m : 1
..' v\ :irtntti of aoeinl \'I.1't' Hrldk-et O'Twile! mid Tom Flan rate comes tumbling down.1i.drSme !
"John, dear said the struggling; / author's -f
ntpm'a'l asleep. The two set In acvraT
n. When ktv I Ii. I- (rumlh.. >orlluTliVooi1
wife, "that last love su
;; youwrote r '
i.. j u rl the "ulal<1." I KIHIII as lujln'they plans had for seciin-d honsekeepin'Pat'a gold as brought us a barrel i,f dour anda _Lie. m- -uv-lUI-am.- -.tlm-attain cure--fur coiiiihiImportfM ,:. -- ."We draw our own Bills of Exchange: > on Great Britain, IrUo

x n :titan U MlftlMHtilI whole hum. Nov.", 1 want von t.. Germany France Austria Italy Holland spain Belgium Rasila Hot
and a decent tolme hatl/IIIIC\ '. il
I jr iwnliu out tit ; "Tm thlnkin', IlridKet. Mild Tom.'ye'd promise me one [h l/-, : will voii ':" way Sweden, Denmark aud other European countries-.
want* to .tttf|p. "What is it?" a
'i 'I't, dill that they I lirtther ectire the C..rlnn' at once.There'll "You have genius, haven't jour" WI frVe Bels Disbursed! upon the Most Favorable Terms. And tb.b
be croud of relatives aftherIt 60.
Htfj lie oil n rug I Iwiie u .' "I certainly have:" hu rpl: 'I as he ijr ij. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Klftttn Dajt i
If > eui\e 'em toime.bat '
: after Vessel Arrives there.
: reading a kicked the cat from\ the fireplace andawulted ,
I \\ a head\ ye have on ye, Turn, -
the Inevitable."Well .
dear,' replied! itrid;,;et. 'I don't know IVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
... tr*.t* Where the gold: 1 i"1. but Pat tollld! me with which we have a Private Apartment for theUM t
I..'" oho lnrtu* to. twined her arms around his ne.-k.
t'\\ IIr hid Homewhere In the hou!'{'. Thewatchers
.' i ".ml t fnllur uatnl: "write a historical novel und buy us u Chinese and Japanese Renters.
bein' anleep. It's a foine tlllIlolt.k. .
:?' i .\ti tiltu Globe cow J"_Atlanta Constitution. !
: i iI Fancy Goods
and huntM ,
VIth that they ,Rot: up

I "lc\. s //o/itfjr and Tar ;] tit hour, high: and low, at last comlu" "Colonel I," Sot paid I'ur the Ct.rr:1 Him. s wli'ow FINE CHINA TEAS, WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE!

.//.1. preu t'ftb pneumonia.t t', the old clock.: Openln' the door
hlmwin' \\'hltSl1l101 the pendulum "bayou any prejudice against; uiar- 31 South Palafox St.Laundry wnte t".hy tar one Fudt-

( ./ ,. 1' O: T I T: A. n (thin. Bridget: U-iit down Tom bend- tying In Lent" ?" Ollice.! Pensacola Fla. J.. 's.. airs"1raWo.1".... ..11;1 t"hlul *I.AIETIILItlfml,. .:....... ..
fr II .4
"I have, replied the warrior gettingtangled i'f.' .
I ,'f' '.' a ,qt Borr! lu' oxer her, and drew up the stuckin'111kti -: IIII.IIU' we in'.. ." M: <.< bot ...,ft.... II.., ,q ;
I .. x h .
tried = 1 "
: with his sword as he a" ir.l: etu alww
t. -. to the knee with the }'I'lIuIUllal.. 1t IaN h.aruf a tot ,of ."Lie ou, 1 uul. L..a
t2ir.r to squeeze' through a little opening; that (;IMU\I.;: ; KKNCII:: ; MCIIFIl'LE I t + or 1.'illn of 1'rriiet turn
turned ,
Then, holdin' It tip they to elms mil N.u.u uL.h..d
I'M=! led out from behind the potted Plants! v ..."u.... 1'.Wllln. III 1I.u&.oo feast their eyes on 't .; It ILK is tl.ll'la I I.u... I .1. -
"Marriage In Lent Is the one thing that Following l ia the schedule of 1'latn and ullxr leai.au1 rw'ui., la
Wll' "p.ut( their eyes saw another sight: nth .. .,,. f;, tiufN.uP
..r I'ut'ri i-lianty was on the hunks of the I'm suiierstltious al>out. Help': 11t-i: government ': ' F r k3 aC' ( w.. I"er S LO.rr.w. .....a lea 1.1 a1"t

t i In. i'\,T, and there never was l a river that Chicago Record! Herald. which TDK XKWS prints for the 1.'tun irta: : a I.. I :hrl: ,.:: .dani\ ur b sm n) I
Ra \1'
I '."\II' il .'. benelit nf. the lI1f'rl'll'llll-l I I." an m' ..'.1 In u I I. .rat... Nrab 't 1'.nb'rw.U. lm. t.i
lu't L prtHluce mu>keetern. It was a wui ship'nmU J I. r I ID".u 1 hunt. 1. Istrrs
..k >! rl '" |j... ., ..I". t l.a." ,'anam.. xwl.r. A."ra an.1 I -
lu Kurly little musketeer that spoiledeeerythlae. i their to the various armypost 1 M I' nt-.\ts' t rat. r.r.. rrw ." >. Will! xu' ..... "
I. m .r! ( '"i+ ''' nf l.t-r While Itrldjjet and Tom ..................... ... !\ tl1 nllurnv,? ifetaluspbf ,
: .
I i > Nitl,! : IV. talk ltdMini. r. b Si' 1'm'.1 wt' a.n} irt-tt 1. 1.we't
C. \1'lhol1.Co. tlit wan huiitin" fur a furtun' the little S : .., .. .. I"" ., x.., t ,", \I'II'lotIY.I. 'un ..r7rr.tnnr.t.NL .
: ., > I. avr. I''n"u'ol. 7.i($I II.II rf" r" "I I w d.1' tie II 10'hit ,.
U-ust wan hutitln for honn-thln' to eat l."II\'I' lI"rmn"lIi T.:.,a. \II. In a f,v ,u, 1 au' 1 I' I. d v -r i'' I. sot ,t ,.'Ir
'I. .1 K--5: a. .\. nitlh, 'y i Use Nothing i Leaves l'u'I..u- iima.' 1 in.i nun':' 511, .\. "HUll..... u J t.rIep.) ,I j" .... .rl.,. ;
i y i- > et'I' 1"11\5 I "i nim-iii XI.1: II. in.
..t.1lt C..UIIIII.III"( ...ttlll\'l' blood, In i, l...n roti nsticiil't" In.l I .it. in.lurrituint SALVONA SOAP CO.. Car 12th i Pint Sis.. ST. LOUIS, MO.
i Arn\ .' 11.In( u. m. nod \111'11UUlkl' t
>! be l Up of Pat's lioMe. \Vhlli Irhlgl.t: and : HIT a trip to l-urt .Mclli-e 1111"1"1\ re-
'loin turned to enjoy the sight of theiod turn to Ciirruiifits. !
t i)"::1'\I Ir111NI.: : .
I I I--f 1-lIn' An-hi- ; they law Pat bltUII' up flariu' at 1.IltlrnUH'II li ax.'* 1'iokvns l.l.'ip.1 :-':'I". \II 1n.
t I l) C April I.i' I. | '11I. I.e"\VH relisiii'olu .. Iti': p. HI. THE GARDEN SECTIONo r'

.,.1. will Of ri-- '!11'1\\ Iy u.ltlll'r1It: the first pound ii 1 BUFFALO |: 1..l'lck:1 Arn\'." r.iirniiu'ii, ,",.tii p. III. mill uuikvs;; p. UI.

"It, 'to until 2 ..'d..d.Ld 1 that/ broke! the stillness I I of death and a trip to MoKt-e unit return. or*-oIFensacola ; | i

t>- nit M I iv I thud nit the cold Mufti on the flour was IL ; the
111Vedmedersalld'aatmlrd'lyc! : : :
," I,> I .r \ .-"" \\'harf: the "...'tllld. The third was! the feet ofT boat vii: le.ive ].B.lrrallca.'I'l'ick.: Florida. i
Hid M.ttllaltuat: hit c
"mit 1111.1 lritg.'t patterin' as they left ens for Peiis.tC'da at G:0:; ) p. in. ,
it til" I ' .
th .
shuuty.Nuw I
Station. Mulli-t K.-y. The Frrncli is: for army r
i. .,.IIIIt'f'I 'AlII) tie
I t -;p. ,-Jft,. ,' |.'ti- I..'IIt..f| luiit tufii how airy it Is fur gull to pass' ; : have a 1':1.: from the qiurteniu-ter -- -

11.\ l h f (lad it U.i urtU'H, nr Into utter 1 people's possession, bU heirnilitMil f!' o take p.iisaire o i Illr..AT. f

t u.t..dl.lm Itl 11!,.. 'Iltllllll, at l the ..I... kill' to kape It with .. : Beautiful Lots for Sale. 1

f\1"" ..J the :o-ul'.n'l..ill\r' i \ '111.. 'Ihen. Biithcrln' the sheet about i tr01MI -.- ;. .:. ._ ''i40x137

JAMK :NIT.11' Mm. the only garment: he had to kapeout I I
i it
'' the col.l. lie left the shajity to folly I % feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- i
|fill-lit '1'ullI111.1 ltrldtet. It was the fray of : ing to location and surroundings.

--- the na-rnln', when f\cr> thing looks NICK'SRestaurant -

lute n Khoit anyway, and Itridcvt: : E.'ceplionallool .Neighbo-rhoo l, Beautiful View,

: III IC.111 C \ I "ItMiUu'eau. "'llrr leek) In' the saw htoikln'Pat: maklu afther I ... .. High, _airy Fertile Lands. :

.\ \ \ () [ C IENTS : wad" '(the'h. gold Tom!,' I'm:0111'she says to, 'It's faint'I comin I The grandest opportunity for investment ever ,

'KnH: | up darlin'! : answered Tom.wiu j jFor cffered in Pensacola. I

was bike enough to faint himM I DK1NG m POWDER \i

> or SUI !>nalor.i .if.: There's n bridge,:; bej'ant. It can't Home Seekers Should See These Lots

H..II W. .\ lU.iuiit j; ,T..NS runiilu' vvatlu-r.' I 1

Lilt "- a ..ltlhJhllle "It couldn't In etpectcd that l'atx .

(rolls ,HIM amiit tliv erpet-n"ciI'tiICS .1 I Id..f i <> had bevn dead three days and hadIwthiu' : Sale by All Grocers. : Oysters in all styles -V.Clubbs i i(1

drink! In the .
to eat i>r moantuue. -
''p"n; of all nrn.\.1 '! :........................: .
..- romitiK prim try. could run as fast as them as had Short orders promptly Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
: li-eii (,'.I"UII' at his wake.) Hy the time I ji I

Nrpe.entalur.uu'I. he reached the bridge he was played filled !

J ...... I4.flint.tke I out anti M't tin' on the rail rested I PROFESSIONAL: CARDS. THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL i
.. .. .... ....... __.. __..... .. ..... .
I <.tmrlutf hlUl i a nwhile: then xcnt.siuxly I back to hishome. 1. Best the market of

.," ..-ut.aUVfI in lt.e 'Itn-re for the first tolme he W. C. MONROE I o-=---- i>

K:"i>ambH ('nunl"'I"'fl [ t...>k HI the situation. The watcherswire affords .I !
,. ..t all
"\ : htill Miorin', the candles still burn- I MOYER
,itinjf pII"'I' )-.I1'-1.I If; Private for
In' Put l-ecan: to feel Ullllis) parlor

o', ,'e.tnrjr I 'Ii It dead I am?' he asked him. IATTOJIXL', 1
C. Clopto I Ia M-lf. '1 don't Know. I'm powerful I : 1tull.lIiG, dinner parties. Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

'I .t'.dIJttl for i weak au\\). I'll try a dray of the Ii, h ___ of Fine Staple and Fancy ;.Groceries.
I. 1."gi.I.Iturt ,
: tH.ttl... If I'm Ih lu', I'll know It bytintaste. DENTISTRYAT CIII'; \1' KACIKMOX. '
,',,1 r"IUt..t i MODERN 1
1>, t } No. 30 W. Government St., Salisbury Block.
"Pourln out a double dram of splrUs -
I'' )
t-xvalljevl it. 11I.EIJIIO\: :, ; ti.7: !
'kllow 'whether I MODERATE PRICES.
1 dint he said

\\ \ I'r .n earth or In htan n. Like enough, i

ti :I; ..' by me fevlin's afther the Call ail Hare Your Teeth Eiaiine ESTABLISHED 1862. 1

IT. '1. I mlKht: be In heaven. I'll trya of the cot
EAlr I :and get an
\'S a the bread and jmrk."' of your work. To Mobile and New Orleans: Saturday McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
I'll slit dutt'u at the tab e and mUn'LI ,
6 ( talon
April having the depot -
?\CORN > i ,Ito and bin: l'UII.II..' his till. Look. I DR. BOULTER, at 11'.x' : ) p. tit Fare for the roundtrip o -DSALI&a Ill- D

!ii' s tleeplu wakers and renieml"r IT1 8. Palalox, Op|>osite Convrnt.W. to Mobile, /god: for one day: t

.,' T''m and Bridget' he remarked f LOO; ; to New Orleans, ;good for two Ship and General Hardware(>

to' '...I lf'iat diy! flit). No baggage allowed. Chandlery .
P AINTu trick it Is of i C. ROWE, M. D. From Cantonment:: and Century: ,
\\ !+ a dirty rol"aWlI'r same a* Peiisacola.; Purchase tickets !SOS AND 80S 9. PALAKOX BTIIKKT.LOEPaOTT I
nil!:, cumin 1'11,1. to loife; and I .
Ortk-e: 17" S. Palafox.Hours
.s ..dN.n., at ticket ollice. For further information - .
a.r1isN.oyN t, _!In, In' everjthlDC"; : I from t to ;w a. m. and i to 'p. m apPlY to
wn '1 l wI" ended the story, and I finishedmy and ttflrr.7 o'clock. I ')BT. KING or REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S HOMJ CO.'B
.* .. E.t.eurra bre.ikfH at the same time."It i I PETER THOMAS.ThU GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL.tON'SPCMP8. t
gaol. ..ri.r Gt;.
i'we wouldn't: always work for the Phono Etuu 6trdii edits Oils, lietictl loitraniali, Omaha, litlirt Iktlut '
$..s \ U'st to have the dead return, I re-
aignatore In on very box of the genalneroraoQuinineTmbi i OOMPA8SKS. LOGS ETtJ.'l' .
luarked.Urlct me the looming pa- t

. A \ \ 1ti." I c8 Laxative !' ..McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Rar Pilots' Benevolent AIM /
1i 'l''l'.e.
I l wU.LIAIIt GOULD l'lUCn.\RD. /rev the rciuc'dy tW totea toW U ono .,.,. I .


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; CATARRH4,4ateo Nasal ATALE 1 l[ Of NEW[ NETHERLANDS[ l 17' '4 'JFFICE THEADNPH6L OFT esposua-cuate The:! National auioii of the? the bay l'rui pr.ruin il'c i': ;fraudlai does therefore not fir not its DOCTORS AGREE.

tO'gM ( ) : reached the eoiibuiuer of that urtu leThe

I. t It* s<*... U- "MHIVU [ [Original : y 1147 Rhoda I, editor found a treat lot of it offered Recent investigations by the authorities of several States ha t it*

Head <4 e..b .,- J It Las I levn told uf. one of tie old Island.trnueNASHIIGTOM for sale at 10 cent for a half tracted attention to proprietary medicines and there Ua marked" di p\,.

D1 (>... Balm IiutcU gortriiors vt Xi-w York that a I I pint bottle and forthwith iint-stisated. sition to draw asharp line of distinction between sterious no
,*_ F.u..66w"' ...':< J. Ltti r; .IhL.l't'-tht' Dutch always hatttl and To manufacture genuine bay rum by andorthy articles of scientific compound and "known character

Iutt..cwtw N Jltru"ll': the Yaiik f&-one l'\erring di r wholesale costs 10 cents a half pint "Many proprietary medicines," says a leading

..s, 1 LL _.w 1 bottle. Purchasing a bottle of the ten for the
best possible prescriptions
r''ltt'his: aitent.un: to a bilvir crescentla submitted physician are
article, he
6w J cent "genuine"
(_ Ralmt4l; ..,MtM K,tf .. .>'..!. the sky rt-marking that it indicated it to an examination which tl,.\'J. diseases which they are made to cure. It I is certainlyonly

.- It* _III..* ..... .. : l.i ..t.t m- tad \vi-utLer. TLu governor looked ijm In the nl place, that the l-ottle held reasonable to expect that chemists of ,

..t.. u4 r. ..... in J. r" I.. '.td: ". '' and unlimited
n i i ran the Li-au-ns thfti earl the Yuukita.i'Klously Feb. 18 1901A. only six ounces instead of eight, not world-wide reputation resources -
..... ...,a.... ........C toee H,7.r.ntritux.: ;: with
..wFt.., In s.s.u ...'. l.f Ui.. : unJ KiiJ: kuowiu ': R. Bremer co. over 3 to :5 per cent of alcohol essential ought to make compounds exceptional -

tit ."" 111&"'.M MWM, wr t. Ne* YIK" "1 hat Is! a ferry ptwt rt'iTi-bi-ntation oils kept in solution by aid jf an skill, and it is manifestly to their inlerest i
I of tinui>uu." Chicago. alkali and such other ingredients as to have their ingredients fresh and

brought the cost up to $1.Su a gallon\ s
; A STOMACH THEORY. In the to\\n (if Albany about the Gent1eI:1en--I have ; pure. Take for example Lippman's great
ctiutainers included. This stuff, soldat
lul.MV: of the se\elite' iflittiry Dandruff remedy popularly known as P. P. P.
used coke 10 cents fur six ounces, affords a
......... I s.rathl.. ihuru.ahl.. I'letrUh Tau Kuke: had a dispute with The formula is on every bottle. Every

'" bat ....11..M Illlr.. our Ktllien. tan Cifski-k.; after n hid Cure for the past profit of nearly ;3 cents a I..ttle.II physician knows that the ingredients are

; i *Tl, .'o+N". L' U a uiiwi a Jllhi,; fcuvBt lug lilrslnfk! 11 liMii: >|'eiin-d. Ten ll\i'li': year and found it an u r llullHl..e*. the best possible remedies for purifyIng -

lu .\11&.1.... wa urrebtrU for nninhr, and trot o\ <-rcuhiideiil '
AM1.UT llrbfj [is .
'I excellent prepara- The interior It'IIIi'Uut"llt has underconsideratiou the blood and the compound

"It ta'J l..n.w U. air] frt- lu the !le:':al atlaliinii'li 4 of ; adxisabiKty( ; ut'stait a scientific one which Increases the aS
ed foriimuhel
tie '
Lla I'utili brrtlurn npi;"
I q..u I.rt.+ h.. "Uc'16 1a1A4' s. u"ar hankie lj-\ur \'. Lo b,>d re : IIIi a new herd buffaloes\ in the Y. efficiency of the whole. I some-

bit I .:..oJ v1uulI ...!durO'. II'IICO .. lovvbtone :National park by bttyittgsuue times prescribe special mixtures ::
I teeny- .uw lu t"Un.
, 'wkt.lo t.a. I..rttl) rtuIit,,1 I ILeJ :2-.r und catching all the yoiuu1 but Scrofulous
ull1 t.iUe jour tae, said the VinU-e. for Blood Poisoning ,

,. '".....1..1 "L.d, Ih.u"u..t.. ofthat "Il'rl i iIUtih "\ui-d jou tiiiiM-tit lfli.roU.tnJ! t> falter that can be found and plaiinuthem Affections Catarrh Eczema and other rcomplaintsarisingfromimpureandweak l.-.

1i."hll.III' lot tie in the roerxation. Twentj 1\\>
tI4k 4 e\rltlun; 1 limy Ih. < .,.

(.*:....r 7 -juri-uwtit! tL<- matter "ICt. '1I. I'UIcliiaun d retil. and the cas' of their: animals' are now located 11'\\ i blood but I always feel safest in prescribing P. P. P., especially ,1'! 'ft
the III'I.I.C I 'lhmi" neck. The loinptruller (
*.ti4 will aluiM- .uffliAirnrJli], Hieankie.. lull acU.unted 1L'-ix--: : e In
value in trim. D'Alemberte's. th.. I lam not personally acquainted with the druggist. erne i tl<
of the willl'I epense \
W klUt. Wet 14a. I..u iTltrn the MllMf vlth t.e! ..t.l 't'. Ui1liiltth treasury
>| Minucy: I know I taking noclian
11,1. I P. P. P. Lippman'SOreat Remedy), am
in\o\ed.! isi'eeiall.v from (
U l lu bur L'.iu! hi bin rude, Instead of tl'.IIIII tu
jimineii. and i'tlnr i When doctors feel such confidence in a standard rented u (I'
leases, tiaiisportatum: pnv.
to balutalii H )lost r..latlulhlbll' 1'1'0\ his vllelit'h Lull'Nr'mar Il1a.II be has broken the laws of Albany. Letus t

IU f..$ red I. ..tuu krb Sot lung lit 1.ail a defence as l..ssilile! ut hi>t break settle this case by trying him for legcs.; no wonder that the general public Insist upon hav ing it. n

I ( >.r. >. any i..1... L.- ..-..)*. tt. f,..JttouUl Int down and l 1"'ggmg; : the l'
,..1.."11& I.i II... tuoutb. That .- eullMelid andMtlteneed t.1d." 'I I [ : Savannah
Ills 11"111:1" The bade in rare butterflies i is ii LIPPHAN BROTHERS LIPPMA'I hi k ( Ill

! Licit ,..Ula II.. when tU-n U Uu I loll/:,T I I'I'i 1 t,, be h.Ul '..I..III.ri.1.Iy. Nov The Yankee was arrested and lodged ,. cviMMt! ill I..Itldutt.itbh inueihoiis; d> ..

tat Uit. ttiuuM t... rvjrrtr4 im unfit.I In Jail. The next day he was tried !Je- -- --
i I*,. whiih WidilJ ..111.' ruui'.i .:1 about ecptnin i Is pniciiceil; reuinliiii! the! :

t "Jlj |U. mrttiuij the U.te Ii MtlhfinJb a mouth. The talk l brie? Milled!, thf fore the burghers and though he I, Onlinarj' buturllics: arc inept: um. .-..

ll. 11r. .....fT} MlitOULt t'f 1.,11111") t.iL.u Lad to jail to brought: ample proof that the man he
lrl".II'r was 1 killed; then girl einpl.ived lo vim-:1:
t. ....., ttir c.inh, acid ttu-rvfure Killlen tliesbcek!
vn eiiil.The produced was \nn !
f. II\\ alt: the the :::111.:., t\ ill_s \, tilt (hit! : ii.ii K
It 1* lu.(...9 ,!I.. t,> ,,\.r, n>" ,t tLo Mouirh morning the town eloclatotish.d the Yankee was! convicted and hanged.
lint : and !' :,:"- !It:ii. i,,' ,., '!, .- |H.\\i.r| ot
lljr tl.lUK Ill'.! a.... UIII) that lT- striking This Is the only recorded case In the
the J."lllurhel's by ''
; .. ,
nll'js, e.n' :'s Ip, ,I''I,? S> jv |1.

U'lO |>f fju,l I.Ui! Ik ftoUrUUllU' Irti IiP.II the hour of lu* n an hour l.itirthan history of New Netherlands: where a Way the. : .:. i i i 1.. si..1'1| .1| t 'I''

the lute turbo thf .}.trlU. IIIlJ the the day b..fore. Thl.t the l >utehlueti utlhUll11 got ahead of a Yankee. tin IIHI- '' .. : >ii" ...I.! :.a aiu.

!..!., t.liiff 011.. ttwrnu.Lly MtNftal. who" had tun I'iri-i'S of their 1)\\11. lrl'ICL.ItK.. w1 I ''I ..e'BANNER, -
<)< .. but rl.1 I f'-r ni-'iv until tie ,'r"lot'r Ibll1"lnthllt they wire In error Mt I .

tw. ltt! liii uu.. H>ul)' rrKUUltis the the hands back an hour. On the sea RAILWAY TIES.

lf4/url t.t I"u.1I oaJ day: the doek was forty minutesslow ,LIE, 1

"A. tl !. ""'. t..lla ordinarily ruh- : and the timel'ieeeH were muted Japan has acquired the American the most healing salve Ui world Woman's Corset ,

t4 Into it, '!..u.a.11 Lu.f i-Lrw.-J., uuxte dining; car system at a jump without ( s
t tilt This went
trick >y same: amount.
,104 II&, cu.rf:;: It a ttG rllhhllll t umll It 1sUltrluel.d. pa using at the railway sandich btage. i
on for seu-ral daywhen the matttr I'}iijr-U.tu.ini ':"11"-u'" II ;It .\n.iy is her Home
t. f.tfi' the tale I! Art i\press: and limited trains, according
began/: to attract attentiun. The hurh: tad Uinki 9 a I haul ci.l uUcoiiJ.anil i<'>.ib.
1Lru tl.. t..r>1'" ..r"::11;( Moiuufb biu'iIt : to experts of the .\; I'rkan Society
htoud around the cluck! wotidcnnsut
ITS ; liftetn hours ley. /
t1.a1 tae !. !I.. the Mritn- attlon of their time- .,.,.. \Yuy iiut be cuiufurtablc C ,'
It 41 It HuUiJ l..,r If tLe fuud hud IxOlIt the cost of running locouiuth per - '1
tIo'! ,', Ii. when the lankie l.iwjer ('a 111" &i1
,"o rlUrMvJ., Ix-xlilf+ liUUl.,; bOtucb > mile nearly ItA per cvtit I PUBLICITY FOR '
by and a\lrrt.tlhut the cluck jUlll'"rull
.. ii>.ti-rtnl that It ", tI't: The longest railway run In England: ROYALWORCESTER
;. 1 his bettled the matter, and 1\ti /3
but Lalf! I!... Uoiitlktiiiifiit 1I.\Ouy for the timcliiecis Were nil bet back US: Is made by the London and Northwestern THE PEOPLE. \

lt. ijtirui In a> fur Mr 11'Il'I.'r'lI U.sUlll. railway spec-nil trains to the I

U.ur7 U .!....ja(,-i\ tat untrut.'rtltlir.h. The dry before the time set for the Kherxide station r.I\'t rlUOI. This run Is i K;> er) Word Costs! 1 on a Cent

furtlirr tukltiiHtii taut cciiwtlci fund Just Un'1'10! miles without a top and and t'crWord: is Head
execution: the \ankt-e ui>i>lie |".I..I&| and In Jut'Ions ,, for the roun-1 that catches the American liners.The 1U Eerh3tl ''t
jud,:e a &tay" on ;: }

yrrr.lutulunt.rtly tubarla .r. If ilivMt-J! ,wltti.nit Ullttl a o.r It lllsltp>oluusof the heal, day for the ballill:: had pass Chicago and Alton will place asurgeun'A 1'X':: :.: :- ------ 1111)Di and BON TON ,4 I

iil He produced iilli' of Frail chest on e\ery passenger car I1'0 1.IN U.

a.1 saalloylung. U r'nIo'r 1 tiortulfSH Ten yoke: that she had set back the on the road. The chest will contain are the mot Comfortable C.f'd /Ji

aDd If It vuutnUi IUI\ tbll.,; I'!<-Btlii g toll ). \ lioU4flolii fll.ll
needs to : \ : lit.
h.indi of the town clock twenty four elerytlling a physician : pirform MUNKTOI.l because they
II.. .tr Ixrttiuu to M>UII* dtgrre gta.l cue-> und all UuuU ofi< rnoirnl -
hours I. thus k..htig, he claimed one .la)'. a simple operation or dress an properly. Term- ....-> tstru'tr isi'crroy STRAIGHT FRONT.

ti..t"Thar The jude sat up all nih'ht Injury before the removal of a patient uiirrtiiti-ed. :Appllo .\. A. t .=!illi.
U nu doiii't that the t-nttn : II', s mill I'nlHfox .t n"-t.'IUN:1' Ak sour dealer to get Just 's hat you want ill
IUIwhdl..r or no a day 11:1.11"11 thusl"ct. tu u LospitaL
tbrorjr of Mr ":..Idlt'r r..ul .\t midnight, nut lIa\ lug reached : 1' linpiovMl teed .-.
itintlttrj weft' 11... taste of man li.T Try (Ch.imbe-rl.iin'.s l1:1'h: & In liir"oor 'niikll iiiuimut- !tea
all)' coliclUMoti. he assembled! thetweUe rati-iuflu ereil. rail on l..-Im K. llnxikiulloriif Worcester CorsetWICKE COI
inau'MU For Royal
maL but It tits teen iTi\ list I.iver'I'ablrt*, the best pliy-ic.
jurymen whi had convicted ) lit hiwI'S.Yuhduxtit.. ri-li>-i,
.t. I. iu>t Tinal Ihcre lint U-vu RIttnitlull ":lie by all drug-g'i-ts and medicinedealers. IJUII<1lUg. :1mlm /
'ln i\cke: und I proiHiundid the prubleui. 1' WORCESTER MASS.
jtaJurl l of IllOtlllOt "rcfcTvbSIfi4 .
Some artll,1; that the sun had tr '1'o-IAV-Uoyou n.-.M money?
luuiiit" tl-. ltllllrrj t'rnDht" vt 'IOS cnn borrow HIIIUIIDI want .,
any you
risen and set ns u.u.II notwith-tand Millll'IF'IItlThe : -. I! .
tt!. buiii.n rII'I-ttiw'1 I. th- weans lu-ilny oniest terminnl boa. ,t ratrniiywlicru -
lug the loss of the clock, and there h.nlIten tituler-'i ned takes this method obtau'ableon.u'pruvrd city real
bJ libkb are named ot inn c-i tH-from 11'tu.Iiuer,2il' !, uuth 1'ula-
iio loss; others declarol that the >f .itTeriuK her s-ervices a. a
It'r Mont ofL ILr wllJ.-r" LtuJi know fox blreet. lu-lf
du wk \\ all their! only, and. the flr-t-cH licotHed midwife havin -
.t Iv rat .11.1 what t<) u\oll. The turned had ST, yearsxperiencp.. tF' YOU WANT Tu r.oKCdu :MII.NKluxit \
huiuU h.uin g IK-I-IL bark twenty -
III.'I.D U niil\ II little Ifprottvtf.1 Can give beat iif references from I inon<-> Insurtvour: property, "rol1rl'lIhLfII & CO.
four hours, one davhad slipped by : ot tain. hu0' sell real "H-
by Lit lutiii.-ti. It ut man without their knouint; it. At dajluihtH leading: physicians of this city. tate. rent property of any'description. I"....'
Li ('ulth..I..IN.n.*IM* RD H \ was taken which resulted in atie. Oil Ion or mldrf.1 Tho. l'. .VHI-.OII A Colltjil .
I"I"UI. for ao iniii; that tlio DaluntlliiNtiin jilt 111 South; DeVilhcrsSt.nints Plumber and
: '1 he JIIII;:.'. lielim; much |l..rl'lo.\.1 t.-tntl'nll.1 Innurittice H.-ntt. frniicolft. Gas Steam fitter
"rot..lht' tt can no I..h. r I.etrustnl l Kin. Omr.jfiiiiml.-niU'. J'o..ryon.-

.:,..u xmiuiU.I to adept that tll ,1.,. granted a stay for forty.tilt oils, rf/rt.v.v it nilbuilders' a lio buy s n lot trom ut N i* will" lenj innuejmill ,
l hours. winch to buikl a hou ". '"-\I
(&. titbit/ of IHulton! do! o, 'urrnte. hardware tt the No. K South Palafox
'll.e welt day the } 't to- Street
.. ur.n/It'n g.
end tbl I. probably our ut for .:lu.. I 'i-li \I.-n 11.n1w1 ,
if Ukt-lr rttliHti.m" 1=1'1I".r In the wineshop i of the town.lighted 'Hits Hardware Co.'s.vOTICL All Kinds Oi Plumbing and UH: Kitting: Materials Kepi on ll ,nd

: their dalil't..':) atul ci>n"utcd! \ \ \NtFU-FtprriNn.d: : : ll-b men int., ,.l --- -
what tu du nlKiut the matter of I''.,"- > \ olT.-r cull lulu V-Illrflt'. (.iv.n-
Klgkt Mlt. frum the Moun. Parking "U.. ". pu, ('Itn-ti. Itt>
Irish Ten I:3-: ,'ke. After smoking iein \'- I halve: been authorized to take :
A tct+eaa':: U mutt i>ri>iuid xxMi'Uball
hours and "UUl U1UIII:: a>. manv L' gcIt i'jb-cripti'ins: forVm.. Jenningsllryan's
t.rtiiif ttic itnvn ultbitiV'>.t Idles "The 'ommotier." N1WO1EIN8 E [
beer which paper """I'H.1:1'.
during they \ainly etideuvreil -
t>f tt* earth liiktcatl ">f furty inl!.-sTbflt. 'I'II'M price i- U.m( i per year in advance. ,
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U Uiirtl: It till |ta' ..ilttto < to t.ol\e the knotty problem 'Those\ .,. ...
It i it>- < ; deirm< the panel Ii :\ '/ btuvn -I.
to hither the lea, of an hour a day f"rI"uIty h.iviit them SMll\1 norwith while f.ii-i. tau H il'
owiiolunUr.I!) ilti riutiiv wUvthrr at c:in obit to by seujjug '
four d.ljs Would! cutetlr Ills r '.-l. ubout '.' \".'IH" old MrsNt-d from .I' uoiy.
H .l( ltll the undetsiirned.H.M..
Ita.pLer. t>r I'.fe iNts" on U. 'Jtii \lh..'"'. "-'. '>lli ikM-nui. 11"\\111\1. .Kiln/ I'. (
.Jana for k greet tra Irl..trum'nt uo.rrIwtt >f 1\ day, they were still unuMet'irc.H h : KIH-IIE. .11

.. a conclu-ioti. They would prob.ibh: Care lUilv ;ot ewol. a
t-t than any inv i-ilxtfiuv" hits .
Lay" di-ciis-'e.l the m..t1'r:1: I" ut .....\ .11.\ \" \ :-. ,. I.. 1.
l' *ru furi'julutrj ty linlli.irt" l'rt'.I"I.11m .
connni tllI decision! ns loiu I" t'l'jlie '! JAS. McHUGH. Prop'
>,!ki> uf rnciainlIr: Hr<">ki> i IH ..1tuucMiu
L-A I.I-"MAN: : .\ : II-....,..! en \ ",
rl l ..
ha.ll\.t the Yal.I..I e I 14tSe::
and a bated lcn<1r uliu" nix" Sour Stomach i lo -".1'I'll.. Viiilonnl \\ indow I Hiiriis'i ,
present' of these doughty citizens w.iMi I .lilh,'r und pnil roinbiifil, to ; .1. r '
<2.,vot x| htm! IrUure to t"II.roll"II1- lie tat .... .j' ( 01:1HO4l1'ti:
't b'i i Hrs. >tll-i nud
>. IIKn ,
the of the munlered art
person man .imseif. 0 !
iTcufiit t'U"J grttinc ilk' : out. Adlr.-i, :N'Mtiouttl \\ iiall '
of bU The U-ni 'Ihere timed Klllien.ui ( Jli'SUi ,'r to. I'.ayton obiu. ''tt. A M'l.CII.THiyhGrade.: >
nmt irlewiijn .
\flrr I war lodurcd la try ('.%HC11IK1W. _
alun. will r >ni<> to abuut Jl<> ">. Tin k. and there beside him stood the I.. Iie'tlltb.oath".o Orb >uM -- ---
Yankee. The burshcrs honk il fl } -T na in a Terr bad tbai>e. and n.p b> .J 1) .%l'C 'I : ( .+l1Lll)1.
':1. /
tuMnif tt Lo .-. to L4.III1loul..ll.y ; 1 f ',..) at I ...1 >(. much trout le Now a.> re Bklae '" .. .... .--. .---..--. Groceries
uui* manufacturer. and sonn- publlctiarfty 'lie to the other, first In st'f; -i ,n "e asst IS. I fee IIn" :Sir .if ha, .I eel hltnWN l'nll'III:: .\'n.\.IIt' a. .
11..11lIb an Intelligence mb lie ,1.,1'; >r lutny > 'i :\tIHIIIRAII"I ;
(..r, It S tli<>uibt. inn tf !II4u..J tit u 11 ? u MI U hnl.r..le a..I ItrlailAi .
kb1UUS4.1J1tubxtwabt it t11.USeaCANOV .
Yankee ui'lr'ir-t :nail and will i-onl \
Yankee II. k
butl'l .huitat! or uny '
to a < I'tMrxntoryfor aft \ rt, :Moiiiln and i"nd.i> TOf
bi>usnk'! tie tiiNtruuirnt It t-4 for "T..ll Vm where you Late been" saijtLe .'H"d 111 U Mi- jlIllranlt..1I w, '
11I'r.tlt'r ItuliJi- 1 II." 1111
lotrutlou tat t'< .Ile It ti> any tntluitloo CATHARTIC '

but to hart It iiraniit' fur the ".\ pelts." \ t. 1.1 : n i : .I' 11,1 T J : I1. I 11:11'.1111..' .
Then .. .. .. ,. .._ _.. ___h. ... .
the '
I'uMIc.\ ", hi-r Mmlei'ti itnl, I.IXUHT aro-e pntMon In Us dignity : '

and. eyIng the Yauktc be.etx.y. \ "I, Nu \1 E\--I 'lir.. .lllI-tr..I". ofttin'_ Phone 105. Pentacnla. Fla
slue may ue ttu. xi'l'ii'i' ln w t. *t h bath.rtril I
'aid: : a' ..6-. limited fn-". Mobr U.. I'
"1 bis man H not Killlen ran Ch's.beck. TkAol MARS S6NTRIo i "i t'.a ihlMi>D-, 1.'l. 'i,
OABrrOnlA.: :
He be, his lin TIME TABLE.
thtT. but hi
may > is
...,. \ nJ Ld Hj. A Ajl! B.1 ,1I I- .--inll 11"1" \"
hot Kllllon. Killien! Is ,dead alit l>ie

rLf'/ Inch killed him. A great thought! has Ple*.ant Palatable Potent Tate (tad no \ \ \NTr l I'- Lade t-i t 1-nni tminlrpIIL' LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
wi : ., 11, :vrt-rsi ueu Weaken Orife It. ...M. juc \ \ ntauu-uritt: <.r r",1 lilrt"'e. four
ivme to tue.S'tiat urUhhursshall .-lI' ,I. IN KrU-.UT: : DKrKMIihlt: .
say you '.UIf' crud for catalogue. :Molr ; I. I U
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t tI.i lrallrlryq'.La..
CANDY CATtIAPT1C avIk we nut try the case o\ir cuu\n't: ..."I., 104, I..,ur. I'''oc., Macaw !1.. !St. Ill Iw : Itinlm I ---- -
tie prisoner aialn and"- New Orleans and Mobile

llan him for N0-TO.SAC .14 II <1s"ii'a! > '">...' >, ai, .1,,,,, (Ai..i :.
>; killing a man wh" II Hi.
kbu k 'l'uL"U..bIL: \0.6. '
and ''II S \l I t': -A de"ir be| pert e of '0. !too I No .. No I. Vo I
went for 'lts Is pritplT'
i" LOW here'UK- I 11" 1 15 n 1la III II "i. Lear Pensartta .
tx'. lAr"t- lot Mint -*Ii-r.m tn.u-e oaMia.e''rr p Arrlvr a. m a'n p I 't. p
\Bill,' put 111.A t ..t. Kv It-ruit furlh iliforiiiallon ":$1 n %;gip i law: r 1.\_ t IIIm.too bear. .:tr. !.:11 P 'to p

( tll mu'h a'they detested the Yankee. Hppljr At S t.", otllt-o" or to I'. II.IJln. _. a: : p I I .d a brace 1.11.. .. .rave I! a. 1.,'t I! 16 D I 6 Ij p
a'glur. rap iSII brave ..
Hi.C LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS Mol! may. A'i West rtmoftrctt.. lITlf n ties Irrirant I. .."" '., P i.Ii.
I) Miint. damped C. C. C. !Sf vf io'd In bulk. th re was no answering! the arpumeit.I5ut : North.

B....,t of the diner vho>> tap la tell every I'utchman sat KcowUng and 1 1X the N.tLE-Tar city :on *-8"moat y lernii.a..slr"bh'by the lou Fisber In -

"Iomel/IIIIII"II It 10tId." fiiTcrly stunting' till so dense was the OF PYTHIAS Estate Agency VKn'" houtti .'sllltul.I'.t. :00. %. No.1. I!
\o.t. h'.n I
cloud that neither the Yankee nor 1 I'nlm'A Ittl p m 19i5 I p 10 !i Leave l'.n-arfJla Arrl\ 1II'p: m I... III

The nuiii: whit ow ntu< IIWII dome Klillcn: coulJ be dlstiUiruM.ed.! : The IVrmfcCoU. Iixlc, No. S. K, of P., \\ TI U. \I t1I:foll a II tI1'i m \I. Pt Pili P D1 Arrlv Arrn'.. :P.1f1rl11l1C"Slontgomrry.leave Ii ea: '. pill

lilui-'elf l lotof Yankee feeling[! that I.... -.----------. Lent. n :4. a III I o P III
lu.ur.-< aciiu-t had pone to>i ---- 7ipto t.ll'amIArrive \ahciiI. LravrJain

trouble atul worry. ;ot..lhIJ:111 far for his own safety, was about to mretreyery Ing..t' nt Monday rustle! Tn lltli \\\N1I 1) good..iiinil-sHPU I'- \ tf'-o.l to solicitor right. one will .pat\d- ".- 11sain.,:laa In Arrive l.ou'8,1I1o' I.'av" 1.Jim : .... .ra

tale Mol rent uiul the r..llt1..,, h...< withdrawunder co\tr of the tobano In tbn KloantWktioi JreH... i.-i>re tills oiflcf. 11I1111 7:5Iaut. .- I \rrl\'e nnclnD.U l..a\1 I.'", pm t'pm/
; r. \ Kultdng third Coot _- p III Arnvr "$11.01110 !.....\'.. 1:1'pm n
no terror for him. If< 1':1"t, own smoke when the patronti stfpid to the! t \UltlQK, brrldreu oorHltll.velcorurd. ; \\ .".-TtH-TII.. pmiplo to err' liat a PENSACOLA pm

r htltrll' TllOS. C. dear l-ehlud him, hot led It aijj tl.e ,-.y \ \ :. r.t-arng 11I1111111. I ".ltl ".-ll for AND RIVER JUNCTION.o. .
WfttlOn & Co. CI': tellyou how put '. M CAMPBELL Ji'ltIClbh.' J N. \udr..I :*, rulttlun !PI \ .l-uaUy No. >
key! In his treevhcs jxn'kft."Nei H. HOR+ djttrANTKUAll 6-Ualy I :00 stop mbar 1111I1 not .bo.o Ao.
LER. C. C so ri i I.etp!
ay It I". l'llIl\lhl "ee thl'm.Sa'e I '
i ;:hlors," he said! "this! Yirk-e K. K. 4 H. \\ klndt ot empty beer 11.S p'" 7:11' a m Leave Pensacola ...Arrlse' '
)U I
.. : p rq t y II III
has Insulted us by proiluc.ii:! .. tl..s > \ -bottles. H. A. KRIKDM1 BOTVtf 1.16 night 1.1\ I 1:011l'lIlIa .. "
: : i. .inas I'iui
{ //// ////// / // rf --- ---- 111 7 11\ 0 \' .. 'III'

l Hooey K'.llieiiau! Uleslnvk who has I".. :: Buy a new garden hose I'OI 1..It\ U :!:I". j Iv r I. .......1;a.Iltbta .. 1'1:11.IUJN" I "I sl
murdered --- I? :ti. 1:1S": ... .. ,
yoururll ,
neftrioii" ,, M ulat
n <'<>''r ; .. 10:71 "
( ; IMtl.K COMB hKOWN I.KillDKNS: \2 N '' .. aS
1 : ..
the'illis\ \ w ... :
from Hardware Harp : i:
l tare at .'fars/on $ (Ju inn's O fXdusurly stock and K.t. r..r .,,1... : :'1" 7:1S": _. .. IU I" a1 .
lilt 6
EJoeat.Tour: towel..tth ('..r.rrtf. Com 1AVe ..,11.0 ut WII..II..II"r.'o'. |uf f I: art 1110" .. .... coy 11116" ,
t Great Furniture Emporium. Candy Osthartlr cure i-.>n tipi'.tn fort- rOvVJSc pa If;/. I:*' a In .. .. N .tdtoa 111,111" I'"

I& tiC: C C illdiaggtalbnfawtmuD'r. _.11.\.11t__ __u _(_...OOU"_ ..._ '_. . 116 .. : x 15" .. .h... lead.... Iloltt!tenge ".. r !IJ'
1 I H\K\H tnIIO't-: lannrlletnrl!' tI'! :)I" .. hllllao .. s.a5 4. 166pi .

Hf't1lcalClrolJ., Atirnilon. GULF CITY TRRN5FE1 CO MRS. dealer in Hair hood j, H ftts. Toilet : ; N .. .''.'.'hm... ('r".IVI"" ..'11. .III...

f of umbrella in the ? \ruclea, Ha.r 011. ..Ie.. !3''V 11'V. uovvrnnientItrrrt I; .t ad u N ... moorland .._ I' e .. o
The tine+t 3\::: "
There will be a regular meeting of ,, ":10" _.... Moat' Head ,. h I 14 .11.l't
teat J. I. tflrpheii. Uo look : 'ta >15"
: :
city "
K S CKA\ KNs .. whrtunlfkllpringl._ t: t s4
l' the Pensueola Medical "Society at Manager. ... I'ltn'. ... 'r. I'ur FUII'al... If." N ....
at thetn. .. ........ .. -- \rKyl. 1.. t.JI1 '
-- he Board of Health o1!' ce 'ItcloC'k t> Personal L"UIWtB.': ... FOR KUNKKALSpromptly : furled 5111"4:40 v::'1' ... ..Ponce "" !eon .. 111" J It' '

china closets >' p. m. Tuesday. Apl.! and 22.ViiUa. !. Prompt Attention to Hauling I' in bouyuets i Elegant 11116'
#I Vloleue Moreno, S21 Nest (ir"20rJ fi .. _._ (l'&I\'lIle .... 7:111 I ..
physicians are Freight Etc. i 1"
? cordially Machinery ttJCI'! u
i sideboards and leather- melted to B.ttenj. ohnnat'u_ ;.0.\1", 6:.., 10:17" .. ____._. bipiy_......._. e-.) "" I ,!:
"h I I. +

seat chairs at Jlfarston $ DK. E. F. BRUCE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO BAGGAGE -irr I-'LO\\.In... __ 'i::)1"'I" 11:1/1"115": N" ._.......Cnttoollall.MIrllnna!_._.__. u" eat Got' "" I 1.11"!." ouoc

Pre ident KLOWEK-S and Moral L"'tjni- 1'io1" II :.. .. ..
.t.yp.u ._. ID
Cur 1\:"" \I
l Quina'sLow prices; easy DR. W. C. DEWBERY.I 031:* -*' We.I"l.'rnmtnt fireet. clal drilftix ordered for clItoDll'n. 11", 11:5! N u __.Ur.o Ridge__ 6J11" II ?S
ft Mill Violvtle Moreno $3m Orrgory. 1::." )!,iIi noon .. Savant .. ,
'U: ttf Secretary. 6. 1" I +
payments. I I'lione -l>ij .T Ntjbt sal Monday x:15 "
111 4!; ,, pbouelt. :wllw I : 1I \rrlveI TtrJIH'CUOQ'Luu , Ill." "

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JOHN "WHITE STORES. 111 .jf ;'


This Announcement is to tell you that we have finished ,. ifs e

our work of Preparation for the SPRING SEASON and il Y ::

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



Mannhattan and Eclipse Shirts Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear, Knox Hats, Stetson Hats, (! ,I F,

Hats Hanan Shoes Crossett Shoes in General f* ),"
Young's Douglas Shoes, and Haberdashery ; ,

all the sort that you'll come back again for, if you give them a trial. Come and see us. t: ., g ::.

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

Look about as much as you like; try on some of the new things; ask questions ." 'i :

and Compare Prices; purchase when you please. We are here to I' la<

show the goods and to sell when you are ready to buy. ::\



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Young; I carte, A NewFAVORITE. Harf Summer i Iii::1 <) ,;
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Marzl l'
Men's Style. 1jlodP w 7 j37 7 SUIT STYLE J I '

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i One of the ino-t successful i 'Clothes Here is a style that's going to Clothes This -eat-on we're going to .4 ';
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and popular clothing! styles' for { be immensely popular this season tt show you --omething! different" J ;. '

young men ever di hoed wa ; the famous two-button doub t 111 summer twopiecenits, ; something ) I';

Hart Kchatlner & MarxV original i- )/ r le breasted ack. The double f that has t-tyle to it; a qu:ir- i l lI
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"1'ur"ity"sack"i. I brea-ted coat i is certainly: galniiu. ( ter lined outing coat that won't 'I J ;f

Thiseason's Young) Men- !I in favor with smart dreg"f'r-; hang like a rat: ;"ideofJcollp-
tl'f.J .f
; style i<5 quite ditfereut, in cut, but j! with two. iii-tead! of three buttons le weeks' wear. .. I J I.

,i j not in. its promise of great l"JpUI I I' and with that nule-criluble Hart Hehatlner A: Marx have '..r,r. $I'rI .'

i I Ilr favor among men who -cek .' I"
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: i i'- ii made -penalty thisea=on of a s
: ;I I II the late-t and. best style; nor in i tI ,"!j
I I not another suit that is more nob- lull line or llies-e ,.:ult"Inglt. and :( .! '
th- excellent quality. The"11 ire" < }
by for business or general wear double-brc-a-ted; every on- of .
in thekirts: j is gone and the front '.- l'
.J i "fthe\Ilti* changed decidedly than thi". thl'mal1i11l1! tratian of the superiority .., ..'
,0 ;
/ but it'- '/" style all right. I If you Worn with fancy ve=t, which of the H r1. & M. style, r

/ want to hue: the right thing yon we'll be glad to show you iu great tailoring and iju.ility. r 'I' r

11art nia-t find the H. :S. & M. libel ; variety, this suit will certainly f Everything: you need in -urnSchaffer it l

other linker* may try to imitate .
tf 1 a r" very swell I I ,.s, iner wear is here at hand and atmoneyhaving l t tI,!?,
, Tailor tylethel.llJl-'li: N 'ourclnthf'$ 1 r..", f
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price? "l :
u,-urauce policy. We add to the I a' I.
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The 1 There's a DAYTIME. I } :

IT NORFOLK DifferenceAlmo DRESS. .:'.:. :, '

Doane of will remember ,t buint '. :: I .
you every man \\ hope you"re not trying to .

L1 WI:lI'Il1l-\\ the Norfolk coat yearu -I I wearr. a sack suit; its the regular get along without a frock
I coat"f"f
-I.I( ;' : it's coming into popular} I i I ,, I "-t af'I. style I for buineswear. V Trine-Albert." It i is one ""?!

f.i\>-r again: ; better made and ,!I J The thing that will at- beet l'llt'ralltility garment: ever If

t' ,It'ff'I, styli-h than ever in it< I j tract and please you in these; made for men's wear. .1'9
J i
: inner rE-i.'lI. : t Hart Schalluer: Marx suits i* For church! : for all sorts of :: !
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'' \r Hart. :SchntTner! it Marx know- i that they're different from the i! day time function; and for many .. 1I
I :tI I
I I I > "W to do -uch rhinos! right when i: common run of sack sui",; there's i other occasions a here, you want f.: 1

1 many are doing tI:1'111'rIlD a nap an1 style to them which to dress up and may not want to j jaQ I IIht"
11 t
-t' Norfolk* have the uuini-- make the wearer distinguished be full-dre'-ed" the frock's the ':, I II !

I takable! 11.-.1: ; I.touch to them: I among other sack suit wearer. thing. .

u vt-ry becoming coat for -omeimen. The quality is be-t of course: !| As Hart. Schaifner & Marx c !'
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Hart- i! that's what H. :S.&M.; on a gar- make these good, laityou E.'
I SchatTner We have plenty 1 of other ;good.tyle ''SchatFnerTailor Hart ment mean*nothing better; HartSchaffher- for yearwe; can promi-e you 4' I I'U
Mar Marx "0'I
Tailor in suite to show- you; :and jullort j we'11 show you the label that Marzl one of tho bent clothe:,-tnve.t- rf '
I 11 Z lad : Wade -tind-for I !aior [
\ 1.1 ofottermetl'-weir.! clothes-safety. I ments you ever made. <
Clothes rl a e'
lL ., Clothes Ie:
, \ i I Clothes We have plenty of fancy ';. l)
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House Goes Into Committee of Wholeto

Consider Measure.

Wafhin oD. April 4-This was the

"Let the GOLD DUST twins Jo your work.1 day set aside for the consideration of 1 A.

war claims. but Mr Mahon. chairman

v4i of the committee Itn war claIms, yielded ,

with: the understanding that a

week from Tuesday lw devoted to a .f

war claims: and the house thereuponwent for Infants and Children.

i into the committee of the whole

11' and took up the Chinese exclusionbill. Ca-toria ia lianul--* sub..titllte fair .i-tur (iii. Pangitric '.

( Mr. Moody of Brill'11(1 Soothing S> ruj>". It in IM 1.>a.. lIt. It
14ji Massa'husett6'1', contain" neither Opium. Morphinn; nor IJ ,-. who is to succeed : eub..tarce. It de..tro>AVornit siml allays rf\t-ri-liti.--.

May 1, presided over the committee It (tur. Hiarrhu'1':111 AViiul ('uli,'. It relies a''' .
of the whole and the members on both : ... Trouble anal cures Constipation. It rc rnl.itftho .

sides of the house gave him an o\a !Stomach ami IJowcN, iiiii!; healthy ami natural rlccp'

Du5 / tion 1 The C'liUtLreiiS Pauact'a-The )31othtT Tru-ml.

Mr Hitt. of Illinois: chairman! of ,, '{
., 1 the committee: on foreign affairs! wh The Kind You Have Always Bough

had ; atonal charge; of the exclusion Bears the Signature of

J: billail the committee was unanimou -
; r'III1 ( <- in the opinion that the almisEI .

"< '/ .. /r /i !jn ii Chinese laborers into this country -
: u rIII, ( be evil.
II.. a serious
f 'tl I I t .
:- M H. rkms. of New York who dr.'n

clean ? tl! I. iiitt'! u?on the \hill explained th.- + I
Why break your back 10 keep your floors
t n..I'' .M in tIdal
In Use For Over 30 Years.

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CUBAN; INTERNAL REVENUES.Statement : .m -- .... f'\or


for Six Months Ending Dec ..
31. 1901.

I.I. ': n'ton" iiar \ -' :,, The Star Laundry

; ,- *t.w as well'1 in half< the time at half the cost. It's the modern -' .. afir'rs of thi- war d I..t, '; t
; r c \tor: ptiMii! dt'.np t. ait %
-f r A r. 3ehold w t ujiGOiD DUST is almost as ,
; sap : showing tics iiitt-rnal! i -.
Busiest Best ;
t t. u v: p :', ,rout a rudder For your owr saKc; t1"Y GOLD DUST int. e' .".."'",' in Cuba dome th, Biggest, ,

f\ s.: :.: i I.. .; iv.i: a-
l t.'i cu'u\ never again be without it. .
:a i i; prt-i'I! ofiv

il ; '. Made or/y: by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, fo'I i ,:and,,1 )ui 'a 'l'; ..- t.; Irit. \I i\ys ren'<. $41,'." I
ll'e\\ Caller [ Tli
t Ca New York, Boston, St LOJ.S-Makers of OVAL FAiRY.SOAP. t : 'I..J: 10 ._- ._7I I'p{I IL,

I .i J'l 1 '.''I 1 T1 -e wa ,:

.... FrOll1 all ('..Htt .' .
< '" in C'.i a tax of 10 ami 3 I
: on passenger and freight r.rni -
ur delivery: men wail; .
yr 1. T Ira' TELEGRAPHY. OVER NIAGARA FAll a !'i! \i i>M'd from July 1 to I)..i : _
t'! t.7J:: "..'.. Ixceit for this tat t'L. rb .. Y wI.HEat any time. t! .it! -,..:-
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W Get'rh* I'rol'lfin fir* lira Two Hundred People Saw Woman Go a inailual increase in each ;p-I.i I { Write or telephone u- ::11..1 l W.

,' t. ....:... In the ..HIII to Her Death.

AI.. '. ,IT., 1 I' xl : |I'r ,'a''.' it. \acara FallS!' Y .\;.rl'!! 4 -DfI'n .. EAGER FOR MILES' HEAD. dea\-.r to-er\eyou :' tt..r : : i

I 1 I .. t.-.r\ -.t W ..:.._N t',1. ':;1 1. I :. ,t w. 1! Tnneof B'lJfal: ". wenter the I "lL..r!
Laundry can.
i I '. -,. ,".Ilt 111.' .,,.It that i hit'!!
hrih uucht I I"f :: IK consultrulily cumildl t'.v the \ ir.i;. It was thp most sensational cataract I to Retire General.Washinaton. .

.. "'iv.I I :fact that but ouc me:>ik:"> roulil 1 be auicido in years April 4.-It s-'.'II S t,'
ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml Callfd ftr SEfl d 1 Dclmrlc
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:' t' i "i I by ,i 'rjl,1.tIattl U-t\vtH any two tta 01- I The woman Jumped over the railingof he just a nut stion of day s until it w::;;

i i I .ii I Ii within the sithiri' or ''radt:'''' of Influpme Goat Hlar.4 i bridge, about 1ft feet he "Nelson .\. :Miles n tired\ Th. TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

i of the transmitter sales Ii..I attempt : tip straight that the -
1 L.! 'a 'I to an from the store William Connors, of f'um.spry preident
: to trau>rait even two us II Ki't is rearing the when he wC:i!
; point
XI-TI! 1 I. whi'h: Liverpool Cn.lan l. who was on the WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
:at one time would result in an unin effect the threat 'thr! ,
',," ,1II" Tah. bridge at the time. ran down the shoreand put into to w
telli;lble uiiMure of Imih im'Mp'S.; Miles which he r.a-i.
It !1,1 I < \.Idl the' I waded into the river A rake was out. recently f

or l'I. c'' .I t tl ft i' Seral Jniittir; have Ucit n."ni n' ( ass
4.,1 1"1 V I .! I' I, gently at vn-rk trjiiii III i'UTi"tic! fastening! in her clothes Though nothing can be obtained 1
W. B.
I di fret andit ebtinn'd. wail i WRIGHT COfllPAUYMAM
is suwess ,
1 I" .. II'I -'. I '.V Miss Tansv bagged piteously to be from the \Yhite House on the subject. r
I> LfdRf Sliitinr Man-o-.i
mttably r. andi
# t. R i n\pL He tried ti> draw the woman it :1 a known secret that :Miles is to !:c JJ.
.. I if. flaby.I The plan followed: b\' tl.l'S i
'I I wmi ',- ,i' > 'MI'; 'i' ( toward the shore, but her clothing and the president is simply waiting ) FAIT! KEKi- AND OKA: ,> K .N
gentlemen has ben that of fiuployin;;
',.. and she what he considers a favorable oppnrtunity \
t M I i' I-! 11'. tore was carried over the = =
l' '. I'' It .1 i?' It lh. .', a tnnsialttinK sjntonie !or tuning:find ren-iuiii; r'Miiis is ,i, brink: of th- falls Two hundred peo-, to sign the official! order of r>- l-- ---- '=-ff.: LUMBER LATHS
I which is said have h ,
-' 1 pbaw) tu woman go to her death tiremert to naln.arly
art uilju-ed or "urtum' to a 11\(':;

t.I 1lari! .1. t't!' rate of d.trh-al! >-ilUtions.It :! I drawn. )I .1 s 1' i EmDCIPraSfilSGlMiiImlLI'KNSACOLA; :
ti uI't Iltt hare | Is II wOn known e\i or.ino'it: that I I A NEW DEPARTURE. ,

I I .1 'h"1| In.I holds' when two tuning: forks having an iI'II'th'lll Saved Many a Time. ---L:4; --" : FLA.ROYAL .

... t .! ..I I uiidanit'tital rate of vibration! are : Method of Hazelton Pa., Council for Don't neglect cou,;h* and cold-

L' I Iilaceil In suitable jiioviiuitj! either fork : Securing Efficient Policemen. even if it is *j>rin.r. huch caeof-

,1 G.! cnct By Lane Dies. i i ijuil may I* set Into vibration by air! ware i I I New York April 4.-;Seteral council- ten result ...erioulat this season \\ '

.'1. \ I 1 I.I: MXthe set up by the other fork, and neither : men of Hazletor.: F'a. believe they ju-t beciu-e people are carfle--,. A STANDARD) \VllISlE8 { \

t r ". : of IIH: I .\141f'n.1' will In1 t-et into vibration by aiiothtr I I Lave solved the problem of securing doe *.f One Minute Cou h Cure will

1 i .iMi I r: < I. Fury fork of different n. te. The tuning fork i efficient policemen remove all danarer. Ab-olutely: > ,
I } Act at ODeI' Sure cure for cougli-; Years Old i in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3.29 per can
y .. '.,it on 1.I .. lay lij U a jr.. tctlt vibrator bj' virtue of two J AnI'\\' alm'.nistratmn: will take of "oldcroup, grip. bronchiti and .

:,. dal I H i .t.' -,--nint; 'I qua lit left whit 11 It JK>!''.SOSW elasticity; I fife rant Monday and it is proposed( other throat and lung troubleI -- -- -- ,

I/r i Mm tn"nii'iii' trom.i.J and imrtia. When unuk a smart I that the places of :25! policemen shall have used One Minute Cough C'ure! mill-: WHI-: KEY: i-- di-tilled at the :N..!-u (' 1\

: < .' Let>' at blow. It IIIOM-S from its paint of rest. ''be given to the 2;> highest bidders: several yearair" 1'o-tnn-ter t JL Ky.. DItiIerand: H; fully matured, in! w.., :

t -',..' it., i I t lug' Oiiwtly Its elasticity returns It to its ;, that th"y ;shall: he physically capable ,0. Dawson. H irr. III. "It is the very b..fore bottling. It ab-.lut.v purt and n..t a I

", i -ill I .f th.! point ct rest Its Inertia carries It past > end also shall furnish bonds for the brat cou,h medicine on the m.trkef celled i'. quality by any VVhi-ker of tl.-au.t: .i;' .
It h.isaved me many a eeverip"H) m n :mewl.ere! prod'uced. The H..yaltu a'
that iMiint, Hi t-otidty returns It to faithful performance of the duties If
of -ickneand I warmly recant ,ie j' "ry>.ar. old! when bottled, and cun'II.l i I .
zero point, tin rtila carries It pleat, and i they 'in lJhpy orders or are dishonest
mend it'1 The children'- excellent quility the
j. ">nteHirgi ; is cheap-l w! I-li'\.
.,' to Oh Tf .*oosI KO <.n, until the n-Utanoe IIf the air and I, their bond is to be forfeited. The adherents : i" I'tarmacJhn/ :-1.l ,,.:,; and t Ie iuark"t it that price. Au nvri/' u, t .

d I I'.. 1 other <'au,es stop Analocously an of this plan say that it will Sidney: Kahn. an ati-, :.11 :'y pure -titl1ulautt there I iippfd nI.[.. b. : "

J.,-, I. !.' cJ. trkal cin ult may be given, in al- rtne!: b'-ttcr service and honest police. -- t k 1'1 ( a-es containing no mark- i it- % .

.',' n.-t my ilesinnl proportion the equivH I n.-n indii at i ''nteutIf j.urclid-er. ul'; >r. ex t" :
). .,tv of methanical inertia ela..t.cltv the wk.' -.,\'. inot -ati-fied with t.a: 'j'; t: .
'I, II !:1 I i !- Jurist .
i'I anal i.slstanrv. In Inlnetana', r.ii>acitv Away.Newark can re' arl:, tae swine: at our exhe; i: i :. .
'j'" X J.. AprilDa'iiT ADepn Captain J. W. English Buys Nc cross will be refunded.
a'n1! i.: niic r*'RHtancv jH-cthtly, an.
.>' ,' t,, chief of the for Ai, iidi"I!oiild, be i I, : I
ti! .. wht'! of < !e.'trii% o..t.ill.lti..n .
,. .:. oftilt' taGir rFARS 01.0 cure IJ' ,,,,; order, ba: k i- .' aZ
: .ta : c : ': t may be varlitl In var '1I11: 11.I .-....' I court of New Jersey and one Atlanta. April 4.-One of agent money .
? prp I. .y nrdf'r. \\* refer tai rir--: N IIana' j
:'I A I I'r of he
eminent jurists state real! estate dealser
fie 'I.r'-toe Miudler the factors tit most Ii .
ARDRR ai.; merchant; in }'tI.lie..ll.S. .
h'-her the rate of oscillation is d< a:1 1 at his home Lere from kidney the pity of Atlanta took pIa p

I fr', HI. t. \\ hen. then the nelfin:; circuit of a 1 trllu, hIe.I .. urday.! when Captain J. \\'. I r-: ahou >*.

t. a a -i it ,. Wireless telfiir.iphysttni is uccunitely tat from the Scott In\,>'stn.:. : 1 A. FRIEDMAN !
I I Shot in His Left Leg. ,
I '! tuiifd in oscillate! m barnionj with the I pany the property on the (01 :' 1.r .
For all kindcf hum-.
,a, 1 1 It 1'1..' traIlJiIllttln! : dll'uit. which tan be done :Marietta and IVaihtree street I ,n' -a ,, ,
: bruleor other wound-D Witt'- :-.r I. I'Ktf'KlkroKr }'t\: a : I t111SKE1
,. ', b>' giving the re.sjM-ctive urcuits i>ra<>- t Witch Haz..1311':; ia sure curekin ; as the Norcross building froM -

t I >! tt<-ally t' inductance, capacity and ;, di-e.i-t yield to it at once. fett and R inches on Maria -t' t 0 BOX Us. 1'110"1 ITU

,. 1 I :, n,,a tanee<<. the recelvinc cireuit will ro>- N'ev.r fail-;\ in ea-ee* of pile*. C'ool- and llo feet on I'eaihtreo.

II t ;. I : ::, IM.IHI only to the oscillations! s.>t up bya tier 811'1 lie.iliu_'. None genuine but The sale was negotiated thru "' r .flflfl .un n.ewe

tiatistuitter correspondlnclj ,, I>.-\\ lt',. Jh.ware til counterfeit- P. black, and the price paul t i >' >VvaltialtK .. r ryoatr fMAw "- ,1.11> ..\. r. i oj'I. : I
I At least this is briefly the theory un "I -utlered for tinny yearfrom a piece of realty was $ : t. bulK ,'r b itt.t. w: !It'I-d,. ..r f' :., .At i. : "
-or. cawed byt 11I1i; shot wound in are w.y: duw:..
I. 1'1,5' Pen ; ty which thee experiments are based This price is a practical anal, -t .
un'I.t l le. -. !K. Fuller. *
11 \ ml! : i.. ', !"'",, In e\ierimentini: : :Mamml and cithers. in En.' i..h. Ind.? "It.iyA.would not heal Illustration of the rapidly ini : a' AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.wg,00 .

J, I ,I. t. 1 11 11'I" AJ-i !lave. it Is, state l, found that ptrfti-t tad have tutu.h trouble. I u-ed all value Atlanta! propertyIn .

,',' *j ntony bets I't'D the nt-ppctne fctatioiis kindof ,
I 4 '?'I ? \ .1 til rem-die- no purpotin- the early 4 's the prop -I' ni
;; 1 .,f I.. I' ,iu-' in is not absolute!}' t'."'ntial. tint tit I tiiJ !)Witt' Witch Hazel 1 about J2'>f>. In IS'iS! the Scott "l-i, .
lat that if there H a marked ,Ii\ .rgcoce nffre .ilF. A ffwli.txe* completely :, AND COAL.
tl I 11 iiHi.U) merit company bought the Nor r -
|uency of uscillatluii! beiween then ( 'Ir..1 in..." Har.iPhirmacy.; : John I'
estate for 12't.V'rt( Thus it i t!La'In
I I.. 1.1..t "I. ".ul... the rca.eirers; will nut respond t" an> :-:;" ;'part. '-tdtiey Kahn. .
thi short space of four yea! t'i-, vi-: EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MICH LAKOEU TlL\ IF.
".. NI Markwinch : but their rurr'\IIt'IIIJiIlJly] nnuiudtraiwuiitters. -- -
\\au has gore up |2.:,.'"Mt<). The sal! I"
.\ .,1 ..f atslhaa to ten .-Caasit-r'.s :Masi'tieI'rown THiS WINTER THAN KVEK: liEFOHK.:
nlay: is approximate: jaonn a tro ir.1!
of \lad! ,
i I. j i aaipply| | tn
III r '.'i,>.! ,,':111"11. Ire ni .I. 1o Nerd. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

;. .I .4 ,.f "Itr\'atl"n i In -Do you think si..'s c'ier 3

S i 11 I' nx' hi b.'m all jrirPMnith! Good For Rheumatism. Thompson Olsen & Co.

:! \ ,- \.ti''ti u Journals! the -Utn.n11! Father too 1 p".id k>, k La-t fall I wa. taken with a very ,

a v > '-. Hie BTgwl til art lnw-. di.u't you think Uitijlt, Tree 'evereattack of mu-cular rhfumatiin
.. I Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
., .m int tn nm.ntaini r..s. which caused me great pain

K ...' ..... unt.l) the b'tt... U'iiii:: t. and annoyance. After tryin.ev-
r ..::am pre criptioas: anl ri.eunntic
Ii Thf following 1 lutei free A J cures, I decided to tie Chdub
......r Ihonichl :Nu-bmniof Hitevilltlad.I .. tmf, laiu' Pain Uilm which I hade A. :M: -A.

{. < '... t.l:"f 11. '11 .j Ilk .Hat Nt'1Il own -tor,. "I ?UlH.-a tart -c? a advertised: in the S""I/ ./" ., ., ?''I' very

| ,,",, .a,1.t ..? I 1"\1" I month- with -even.. i' ld A .*- After two aj-phcitiou-, thl itetue.
S.. | '",It I (.) _11 dy I way much better anJ after '
.1 n. "
t. ,I preparrdine-ameii dn-i Ie1: d !: ( .:""Ok i A .:R.t "" ,.H.t., 'L'
f. i ,t t' .. i h'. 1.1,:<- 'i phy-icitn prescribed fur 'J. y..t 1 usin;? one bottle. wa compUtelrcured.
di J improve. I th, tr.; d Fl.y'4 .- A11.ln H.RRIi.ll..m.: : N IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
1. DINGIRS OF PNEUVOMA. .. Huu.'"\ atid Tar and a1 url tdniiired ,-aa J, For sale by all drug itand
; me I Uefueubtitute \ medicine dealer
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\ a'tid at H..* tinio if lioct-rt-d l* Light on HARDWARE.
b. .\ I) Ait'u.b..rtt'. 121! hi.1u Paiai \
,; i .hl* w ('au- pnrnill'WIi win,1' I 14 -trcetr

1ftea fatal and "'''II w' 11 t' ..

t::1 ,nt I I.a* r..I\.r" 1 t1: I 1111"r-. NMST TOBACCO SPIT Your Purse ** Laurels Iron Xails, AXM hi aver, Saw Mill and :-,Ifoar'.1

1 ,iken. irtktik-! .n, ;",.iiliirlvptllilH L/V /JN I anJ SMOKEourLifeawat hupplie, rooking: and Heating Mores, Paint: C '

.- t. t'r j-S .dptli I \ T.t ?f \ It A"ain Zf Window Glass. Guns, Pistols and FMtun;? Tat k ..
1'Ullq'II.", F !,.y. IG 'I"Y 'u'.1 1 1y v ,u v in V rurr of nv form >t I. baS r.) usi"g alway comes when you
: I, .tl .t.J fi i If ".a.r Vf'.. strong. PM--.., f,..' .f blr; the Peu acola Gas Co.'s
y \ Ir call I .t I < "''U' -.. Ur.anJ. UK t tv taking NO r0 BAC gas: Bb =. Agate and Tiuwarc and Hoiisefiirnlslilni? (;001!"
i '
i "* ''tit
f .ot. t.- 'i' 'itt.'i weak nea SI-JHR 'nIn'. a Terre i* no h,ht or fuel on the marktt to

'I ..::afr. :..." I'I *: ,N'' ,x -A, setCASTOR 1> A'-v;:.Ivrte ten,nrtU jvji.nJt. All drug In un ate.days Cure Over g'!UintrB 500. 0 0..killvviw 0- -o economical, clean and :satifactiry -- L'-AGEX:; FOIL BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL CO.MPARevere ', a '1

t : r'ie FREE AJ tree. TERI.IM! ; a* gi". I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY Giant
: \ .. Chivaiocr! ;: New York. 4J7 Mitched' I:>ltln?. Northampton Kni: ':
If you are not uinit.;: you are deprivia \s heel Co., Liftin & Rand Powder C.. Ja.lala| +-ID'H K ..

IA I There's lot of money to be made '* yourself of one of the pleasure fcomme, Iron Kin and Huck Stoves and, W-:

In real e-t\te-I: of it. A real: estate ..- '..f life that: yon can easily en. WHISKEY Coups Made & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Ia.ur'-.
For lafaats and Childreo. ua! i.. usually a finer-board to Railroad Color

eta) lire Kind You Have Always, Bong! Co.wealth., the Thos.leading! C.Real Watson Estate nrm.k '! tateatt::a S Masonic Temple : Pensnrola, rill..,

/1 Uaveoine cffer* which it would Pen' @4 hiI ... -
acola Gas '
D* f'.. be worth year while to consider. Go CO. QICICO 1Mo}. .
fft.JZ TMi i! C&utllktl; iud see them tod:1led: dent wait ,,
l c8 LaiativeBromo-QuinineT.t.M*
till to-morrow. No. 3 S. Palifox St., Pensacola FII.l Soli ij Daiiifiisser Bros. .
/V /1JIe ninety tut CUM A ell" U ... I !I l I

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TRAMPER'I suffering from kidney disease, Miss Tampa Bay Hotel Such 1 Vay Be L'ted!' as C&RUTCH-( ; BOUND

SYRUP I Minnie Ryan, of St. Louis, Mo., founda
COUGH; complete cure result from the use of i Tampa, Fla.. April 1-Ne cttjotS t

l /. tuhA,. {('rImd! l Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery are In progress by which the Tampa crr crutch is a poor substitute for legs and affords a very

1: I'l I ( I'hrui.I'm During the season of the White It is such cures Bay hotel which was built! by tht late I'' inconvenient: and tiresome mode of lucumotiimthere i* n. 1

'"i.JM! in rue a Cur' f.rnis.t! to 1'ans! I was walking as this which es- Henry Plant at a cost of $l.H'Mi' (N'o' !I i pathetic fight i than a person slowly and painfully moving along! the t

>w sure: through: Eurorie. I Lad tramped Ublwh of the soundness together with its extensive en uniis! strett: sun Dr.herct"sthwry
lit.itI'r and annex buildings be ccnverted When Rheumatism settles in the bones and mu-vUs rf the lcjr. I
e tLrdUi'Ij: Switzerland and rllmlnil! the : : "Diseases may !
,i t', Jic. and which in into a Jesuit college. \ it is safe to predict that the victim will eventually.. .mie hrlple.y ,
Alt* was now about to descend, originate I t
,. .I ,,I+In.I' the stomach must Mrs. Plant, widow of the deceased l I and crutch-bound. The corrosive, irritating nutttr is 1.t..iNt.J!
Intruding to make my way to Paris to' \ muscles the most inttnse the lnn.t 1 ,
and causes pain ! be cured through millionaire, has proposed to Mouton F in the joints t
!I.* prewnt at the great rwi'tion.I' the stomach." \ and ankles swell and when the natural oils and fluid that Hbnrate
YMrw.IMq. Plant )lr' Plant's, son by his first
.. .r U A II s1 s. i--InK: to take a lat t'1t'from a Every other organ j these parts are completely destroyed the joints Uvutnc l.ckwl aal
wife that if he will donate his interest .j
". .1. Height. I Mil tluttn on the ground depends on the in the to the Catholic the muscles drawn and stiff, and crutcht-s a necessity ,

II '..t fa to (Ir.-utainc.; I" as rwiilk-d to stomach for its church the will property do likewise and will !( The acid poisons that produce rheumatic pains form in the 1,11'1..1. and are r '
vitality and vigor. the and lodged in the anus roh4lull.l ts hand. '
distributed through system .
it.thtlf 'vicLdJirH.l
soft atku.
't1 iijr a iiie For by the stom : also endow the college with Jl.ono.iiouMorton :
other of the boJy-resll1tlll often In t'"tal i.s..i!>ilit\
and feet or parts
!Iii French ,
t I
ach and its Plant. under the division of
: I I Iu. .
: of Rheumatism can be effected onlv t.y\: c"mpl\ ;' te i':it -ui.
( an you tell me. fir: how far !It Is elated as- the of A permanent cure
u riverIrh.a organs j estate, owns a large pErCut
to MMtlMinir digestion and r ing of the.Llood. and no other remedy so sunly l accimiplisdu tll\ l- ** S S S '_
the hotel
1 hs l .kiil uj fXfiectinfj to we a woman. tntion the food property and his consent It neutralizes the acid effects purifies an.l.II'Il1ratl';; .. tll.- st.u'rur.t 101)01. s I
U,| !tf" would be necessary to carry out Mrs.Plant's .
lui-N-ad the {jKTsuii who Lad ad.i which ii eaten is.. and the gritty particles are washed out or dislt ljj'il .

s 1 III rut dr as \I n.s was. a young fellow spparalnut conycrteJ into nutriment plan. by the new rich .blocxl, and relief comes to thepain.rach'l1
uf faitBtMttWl. which in/ At the: close of the present tourist leaves morbid
) % tlitre suffertr.! S. S. noirritating
raty twenty, was! '
"' NitMrda'' the form of blood I
I season Plant ff (used to fipn' reunite and
not a sigh\& <>f a hair on his face, and LetuiCLt is the matter in the blood to produi
sustaining Ja: contract with the management for but atom of it from 5'
Uate l tern jouuinT or older. another attack exptls every
t A/, ,.t p power the body 5 another season, owing to the pending' the S. S. S. is a purely vegetable runoU i an,1110 e. n t ,impel
.. "Monttard ThenIs Montbanl dl- and each organ of system.
) fells negotiations. Mrs. Plant is a devout tash ''
tmly n rth ofI*. You cant ilistinpui it.Vhen the the digestion::: or general health }it.albli: or |I..t retniI'rite -
i rs. "! Its |M lpr Catholic and she is anxious to Klu-unulism I if .i
carryout book
stomach is diseased \ for s-pccial free c.n an-

li the j 1I ln(v, fur it is twentyliveBiilf
I"' ii. M*. the plan to establish in this city wanted -f
from UK In a direct! line." the food supply advice or other information our 1'hjs.icun W sit

of the body is the largest Jesuit Institution in this without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
tsM .. .1. "So far" with un e\i l'r"-si\n! of dis-! ,
l r cut down the organs country. iD \
... altltutatmrnt. ;
t' M I I of are starved and the weakness of The officials of the Plant Investmi
"1 am oWl: that way. IU->t awhile < shows itsrlf in heart.
-!'1 ? .IKrl f starvation lungs: are said to be opposed ti' tin Ra MOFFETT'STEETHING
i :r h..'t and I will go with )'OIL" liver kidneys or some other organ! I
idea but if Mrs. Plant stuce.'ds in
l : rail- Tier youiiK man sat dawn t beside me, Dr.lierce'sGolden :\Medical!lo'tfcurt's \
|, diseases of the stomach and oilier getting: Morton Plant's ( unscni' there
,' 01 to 1e+btll"tiIl pail and we chatted for half! an hour. lie
organs ot digestion and nutrition. and: i is but little doubt that t-: Tampa
of the atiractlu* ,
teas one must
.. persons
r ire t. it' : tiei*c ,
l i, so cures dl ease of other orglnshld!. Bay propeity will! undergo r t. an
I There much rntlmiavtu
vr mrt. was so -
I err .!!tfchs; three ,
have deficient
originated nutn-
through formation from an institutui: ': f sore
hint Kter In wbk-li he
.. in tiling
.tattn I':I".iE1afuprrsu } tuin or impure blood."I .
.. Ls{ I..u rilliac tiHik. an inter*".t li# took H
.t" ....* tttv 't T. ""t'111... tins liecome Maze' : a 1111ft".hl ,'",r. writes tits.! Mim.ic Ryan i fn:7 Cures Cholera-Infanlum. Diarrhoea. Dysentery and the Bowel Trouble ot Children/
True !. "an.! I COMPLETES WORK, .liur ,tiff. Aids Digestion. Regulates theBowel..StrengthenstheChild and MA KCS 1
iinn-t olh'-r |M- ite! stir surh a one TEETHING EASY. Cures Eruptions and Colic. H'ves Thrush. Remand .. i
h..l l .I "'''r"d1th ft numN-r 11 the l<--.t ph.te Sores. and >"
i 1. pry, -t.ules, he w.i- ., nTw > XC.ITS ago I outuuitr.ini takini; "ur prevents Worms TEETHINA Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of !!>-
.;..1.1-11 Mriiui: ni.on-.y and\ Fnvtiri! 'Pre State Sunday School Body Adjourns Summer's heat upon Teething Children and costs only 25 cents at DruJ;.lala, ormail .
"-intelligent tool di 'li ed! cotlsid-
4TQ7tIii. : I
>lI| >
"I.tI' ..111! took alo r\rral \1.11.1! .I ih.tarUire 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D., St Louis. Mo.
4. hHl Ir,th ..ralol.. l.-unimi. One thing alH.ut linnuaiiHMti FelVtI: tl' eig1 ,lc n:>s ,ifmr of After Three Days In Augusta.

''\ / r- IIKHe was very illogical. Mrvtiit \ each au.' I !.d no* perteih cured Augusta. Oa.. April\ ".- 'I'npia .

1/n # ,f >>,- was frit! ; iiutliiiiu' w:us r. a- Dr. I'-.erce's Pellets: cure l.iliousncaa.: state Sunday sl'hooll'l1!.\ nt t
Digests I
1W11t"t.1 least his ret \ous were itlwms i jouinpil! !act evening aft r rt .

i f> '. !At .tt.t alisiird. For inxtamt', he ex- ----- I I, of excellent work. The n- \t .

.' tit IJtH I ,pro ..M',1! a rtrm Iwlief\ in the divine right i IIb1' ,IM.'I, ;'> un til'<:'u a.:.rn: il'.n'n:\ : :! thevoyace. tion will probably.. hell!.! ;I'i Kodol I what you

> Will 41 1 but when lim-Ked 1
oi{ i k i 1.)0 lnt'aUM! this right ass" netesl we were i The following offices ui '
took ; whiTe 1 1'1011101l.....
a posiiii.u herBs Eat
II.ISK cur their
s, -'FS l :a. n authority.U. for the ensuing year:
chic went ashore. Her maid! first
started down the decluity but .
President George Mains .\'aia!m
went on to the dock walked back and I
)1..ll.t; ;piit: :I far liefoie we wire over- vice president 11 R. Boo!.. AI.HI.-.M
1 t.ik'ti l 1.\ n d ;.iu iii-e, and forth with her eyes well open then Dyspepsia Cure
: my youngi ; secretary, J. J. Cobb. Macon : tr :.r
1 r y i cot; continued to tramp mad a sign, whereupon the mistress urer. Rufus H. Rrown. Align-ta. \ ,
1 fol'owej. Nature never nukes a mistake and the why ,
+i.t 1 "nf.tGr rest of the journey viitive committee, J. T. Bothn: tll. Augusta preparation hd..jihratf ,
*. t ,< .I l ,IIIllId!! uninteresting. Curiosity led me to Pinkerton's! to its action cannot fail. Kudul Dyspepsia Cure inr fai .i K <-au'e it
1 Inmt tu-mug: I reatlu-d! Mont- make lu'iuiries.! They told me that ;i : Joe L. Hroughton. Atlanta your fo d by nature's own process. Its aTe! 'f is qna..y prompt on
Lin. Smith. LaGrange; George P. Hut lot h uc4 iunal and chronic ca-es of indiireMion anti ht'iin.irh
t-ird wh.-re 1 found railway they had been advised of the ('omlngof dysiw paa
trunsporLr.'nt the Countess Polish nihilist i' 1 lor. .\u!<:usla ; Howard Van 1: its. Atlanta trouble of every kind ltclice>ts what you eat whl tote t-iuiu-ti rests.
Nichalowsky. a
Spring tn I'an hut was ohliL'ed to wait but too late. .\ plot had been : \\'. L. McCalla. t1ec slur-: C. T. No dictinp is ueces-ary. Eat all the KIKK! foinlyou want. \\V hn

"'riu hours I..foft' ct-ttinj! a train. Tyler. Harnesville ; international visepresident been selling Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for the past two yrart and lute: alit! .
discover ,
juinc tutu n cafe to )get !soinetLin tout to assassinate the czar on used it," write Bowinan & Suns, of Valley Furnace. "W. Va.. '-and in-set /
from Aa G. Can-
I M-ati-U BlyMlf at a table and was his! wayto Paris!! but had failed. The Georgia heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that we M-ll t-ti-iy
IlIl'Iklll''r the wens when a familiar j countess was implicated. dler Atlanta; Internationall' bottle underour personal puarantee." Kodf>l I)> stH'j ,iaCure tietcrfj.K .
I JOHN TURNER WIDTH. W. S. \Yllham.The .
\ '']1. asked "What will monsieur Cures All Stomach
niembeis of the executive Troubles.
ti..M Tlie lat time 1 had beard
BargainsBramr's. as selected are authorized to 1 n anti 11Y 1 \Fitt ,l P., Chl ,. Titus ' \<>tiv was when iuv tramping Governor Dole Going to Washington a'r II .iii I !Htln lliVhen + "I''

1 1 1'ii'HTiion: bade me adieu! bt-fore board- San Francisco April 4.-CovernoiSanford :J elect additional members from :Savan: \ you sutler from hilioiisiic
'i. 1'..- ilillpfiice. IxNiklu up 1 sawn ,I, R. Dole, of thp Hawaiian islands nah. Home Athens Gainesville: and pills known as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. Th.. y t: \. t i i...

i other {parts of the state as soon as John Pint ;, i irn I
aV .1> tr- < ctandinj: 1 lxide m;>. and ; will leave San Francisco todayfor Sheppard.Hiirgis' iunt.y

1. .. .. tu.'!>. ti.. much like the tramper Chicago, accompanied[ by Ix>rin A. proper, names are secured. ; E.

I' 111-e. Mie was looking dowi I Thurston. owner of the Pacific Com jmmial j I rnn-nl. of .linm. I Ir.ivetninls
Turfman Robbed by Highwaymen. Woman
# Every
',M ntl no sign; of recognition; Advertiser and the leader, ot of ul.iss.! ttti.i-li hate ":itIsfaetwily -

c f. r It.! moment I considered! the the missionaryparty in Hawaii. Governor Memphis, April t-Michar-I: J. Bennett w ithsti ud! the test "t :a n-t ual: 1 I ', .. ... '. ..
a Chicaeo\ turfman here reported 1
-- :a merr coincidence. 1 gave Dole will stay in Chicago one use innrieh.! c i'hl'\'a. I.JOIK and "j 1 \\hirl.nq t I'
uth-I 'I"tlt
11 I for s>UI'I"'r. but before day and then go on to Washington, to the police that he was held up early er !Sujss anal rri-sirh! I.j\ll'i\ >. are now to .. ., ... .
this morning by six masked! men in \ 1H I
'in-! cafe I uuide Up my mind where he will see President Roosevelt. be Iri..llln Paris on the Itne Tranehet. ,
a place on Itcalp strert. The robbers ... ... ,. ,.'
mistaken -the waitie
I was! out s In the rear of the' Madu''leine.

: "I''Y!' my companion of the day Provisions In Rhodes' Will. were armed with revolvers. They cut The glass! UM-d for !pining is not ordinary a III.,..;.'.,...4..1.11.!.'" tup. .y It I'I.'I' ,.r '\,, f--,, --
$500 in and jewelry, which Hen-
money ,. r
'las.s. It is || \"\ '
Lon April 4,-The will of Cecil ; i.ii-irci| slw| riellyand ,,,,, .
on. nl'1t values at $1.3"0., The keeper ot Oll.rr. I'll! .1.) ) Itr' \\ .
it.I inter while iu 1'aris, white it is ..
yet cheap as :it i is made of old I, .rrAI.i I" k "4 It f >M \ n'
4 the
RhOll'slro'I""s for
\ establishment3f
,', mends I attended the place and another man were al'o. Ixittlis.te.. ILIlianestar.Luitti..tpn.inrslust C\ ;
11\ a tecejvilie colonial t! rrmelted.! The glass i is t>.vt2m.: ursM_ t K\ t 4 f <>.. VKix.lil '
scholarships as previouslyannounced.
: huu"- of a pninihient AIIHTI I robbed. The city has been overrun by ground to iwiliT. strongly; 1 ticitcd tin .-.. ,, t i
and twomt'rlC'an scholarships t-'i TIIII>* I' il(: i i ;
t.shier: who theu liM-d! tiear the i crooks and hold up men since theraces tit! it assumes a pastj, Ciu..istellre un> ''i 1 1j

1 .i.' lt.tulouif.! The czar had arri'I i ini 'I \ to each of the present states began. pn-ss' i into molds. 'na. i !lucks of tlu.s"devitrltUd" ,
and territories of the United States j
: .,u.t! ail ('/Iris was taikin:; glass hate all:I tits hin; !, tisey -

s .., OL An I enters! the drawing; hams I Oberlin Carter In De th's Shadow.Leaenworth. ness and durability of oidiuart gauss fIeBet

I t t'' .,! ,1 !lady W'.IOMback! was toward Rheumatism wa* ?o had that Kan,. April 4-Obprlin Without its fragility;

\ > tows that were familiar!: : Jame: Irvin. of Savannah could M. Carter ex-cajitain of pnelnefrs -- -
..... .. l\ ''I auttBirity from heaven hen hardly walk from pain in hisboul- in the United States army is seriously FOLEY'S HONEY AND! TAR ,

I !11 I' no worn right; to rule than iler! and! joint of hi'a leg.! 1 1'. p.p. and probably fatally ill at the federal | Ulre-cun.rh- and cdd-. /

..ti( : et M .1 1 1"1 ( Prickly Ah, Poke Hoot and Pota- penitentiary! at Fart Leavenwoith. Hr Curebronchiti- a-thma. !

.. I" tt t tI M-1 lit to a jK>"ition where 1 could siuin ) was re-ortedto. and Irvin I.well i i.. has typhoid fever. Carter's only fear Cure? croup and whooping conh. I
I '< b 'i \ ..dof her face. I saw-III) |, and happy.He i I. that he will dip before his affairsare Cures huar-eiie-s and bronchial ,

-.j. s rtl'..1 8 11(' u. '. ," "c u..mitpanltu| the waitress ofM' woo j j.* feeling numerable. "nfferin arranged.\ HP has sent an urg' nt trouble' | "f And ull IL.- lU.t dquors I
,1 it I! tl>i. r..r i t' i' I aiul often time with dizzine-. telegram! / to his attorney Mr !Ptoinof" | \V. A.I'Aletuberte.121Mouth! Pala- P"lu and C"OftlltM-.
\\ I I." I is that lady?" I asked of wyboa .. 1
Chicago asking him
to come at Attrhdwt .
i. tt 4 iv yard. ,, would do well to take P. P. I'. at ante fox ;street.;
!to. v ta at' 1 couUl find him i iu7
; .sr. IU irk once. P. P. P. ( Prickly Ash PokeHint Having a Run on Chamberlain's FULL ME&SURE AND
1 II! e' .nnt Niclutlowt-Ly. '
.1.t j- ,; ,. and Pntaiuinj) will ('ure"IIU Remedy. $: :;. K.1C1MIwtlM: : IIKH; S'JTS :
\ !I'..,. aiiderTJ ami arrest the diea-e in its incip-i i I 1 FilE 0111111DA.NNHE18SER!. I
-s iency. Between the hours of eleven The prettiestlaunch: Itt Racine i i

." rKb k 1 ." o'clock Launch 16 foot one-H. P., teatsaix, |
I'e present UJ(' Terrible blood a. m. and clooinltime: at BROS. w
.' |: poion. body covered run t'erf t-t. The Rucine Launch'' ,
.. .
M .1 ;'H! 1 < mnuiM rt."ln,1 mo ::ra<'loui lly. :j i I with sores, and two bottle* of P. night on Jan. :!25th l'Jil.\ ') A. F. i i.< the on'e adopted by the } an-Atner- ': Ail: 'I8 roll Tilt '(:LVtlKATKOI.

but w limit the slightest sign of retog- P. P. ( Prickly A-h Poke Hoot and ;'it. (Made i:'prin'a.., .old ican Exposition in Buffalo: because I

t ,//I" "-ilk-- 111 11I.t- ii.t.t.n. I wa fully aware that any refTin.e '': Pita*shun cured the di.fOa.p. tnak- welve buttlps: of Chamberlain's they are the best more reliable: than I. W. Harper itlSh y.

to former aciiuuintance !'t ill g the patient lively a; a ten-veur- Cough Remedy. HI' ;; ;; "I Main }Hnii4. Jill S ;
!JM I tt "I **'. our says : never any other ; they are simple seaworthy : I\j "", -urte;. \1 f

i I kit;l hi ffO n "u.1! cud must with furor and if peru.t..t ,]i i!old. handled a medicine that solJ bet !ife. and full guarantee R. H Exch.1I1t.--OI'i': | I : "pp" I

I iu would I* resented. 1 there- - ter or give"better "iti-faction to mycustomer Lippimr Brother; avannah. Oa. I|I P.O B-.x-JJ-l:" 1":1, ? .'lt,, K.i !

I 11l"jhltu- .'"r<- rtfrnMird from mentioning eitherof : Try a .Tun !'., Red *. Thi* Remedy. been are agent from the manufacturers, i i
>- t < ,-lor. and ; in general ue in Virginia fr many ant carry trick of these boats at all
but I"l the
our nxM-ting ooinersaInto -
k. "I .It He j per t.un! \ the same chanuels: ;is when Heart Deer and you will year and the with people it excellent there are well times ; sizelb l jt., 21 ft.. 25+i ft.. on .i
hare other. icqnainted qmli- hand to be !Chipped' at a motnent'r
\I were r.i trial inn &
--- ---- ---- ( to any one wihtnp
i 1.111..1..rnl. 1.1.I :1- the haudle4 differently: from her to the remarkable cures which it has to purchase.

''V it hit' treiittuent of It at that time, but with Nelson Mine Cleared of Victims. effected.Vh you need a -rood. LlFPMAN IlKOJHEKS: 111..1 ny itto
1 Chattanooga. April 4.-A sp ual tr reliable medicine for a cough or cold
'\/ud.wld. ewn greater brilliancy.! begged! ffllltf Sat'tnldlJ.: Ga. Ionian .uf t a.

I' .e yard.Ptque. for |I'noilllilotl to call Ulan tier sl;.? The N'ws from Dayton. Tenn. thi- or attack of the grip use Chamberlain' (0'1".1. and 1-;'" '"

: III lId.1.! "I !lit! "err sorry but I leave I'ar- morning states that the Nelson mine -- certain s Cough to be; more Remedy than and pleased you with are Foley's Kidney Cure '" hi"y .ft.III 48 I.. A'.5 t!he5aan @I

i I..1.nirrr ilnwn." now u !i. a: I'd of all victims the last! ,. ,
nukes[ ,,
"Jud. the quick cure which it atlortls. for Kidneys and thddcr rieEt. I IraN 1\ .",}
I retur'-.l' to America by steamer tune John Harl"y. haying bt-i-n found, slip ,
: by all dru.r ;i-ts and medicine 'f. r tit (I Ifni 1 nltl ,
:: w Iff.d. troubled with aft'-inoon The funpra! o!
from "herb"iira. I am v.sti.iay dealer: Rubber hot
f!, sizes nt
srn.dektwss and kept my room till the Harne\ nccnrrl l today. Thf mill"r ,

,,' :and 4..., \\age half rlnished. TliMi one are still: at work removing a(.(' .11':1\: t d is thewell' the 1l illis Hardware Co.'s. i i

die the weather bein; delightful andt' plate and the statement is made! Ita,: > The (hippy} Home P1NS.tIIL.tCONSERVATORY I

11r.. plains ." tea *nith. I took my steamereiriir that the mine will be worked if folJ"nh CHIi M'l'I'I.IKS: !

and my rug to the deck. I had men can be induced to eneaa: in ::1 furnished home. Marston

besets IC freely emerged from the companionway The tam-.ifB:! of the deceased .' r- Vt C, V. Thnfnp..oti Ni., II South ': ij ( 1 ijf MUSIC
tj' Quimi
\ cr f ri'a.t can supply you ala''I. '
when 1 was startled at beeinUfore ; | have neen notified to draw on th-
I tt ':.25 with all netdsd in the Reside? the standard line of ,
aented me my trampinj friendof commissary oJ the compan tar all! way stationery I

the Alfa, time waitress of Montbard, the supplies the need of house furnishings at the we to match have in tints with envelope E. O'L. CHAFFERS, Direct r.

II Rratlt' the Countr Nlchalowsky. I had at :
prices credit.
I or Royal Crystal Bond. I
"and+. :at teait a right to rt-cosnize the last Strike of Chattanooga Molders. H rd's Holland Bond.Ladies' .

:II1..1 ir...>'inie! and exclaimedViT : Chattanooga April 4 -Offi< : : .
CurD"I 01
"\ Mail. Etc.Artists' IllJtjlJlul. U Ioibr.
1 !'48am. (V'll'ltl'hS" the International iron Molulurs 1 unit! for opiates.
M>! wtnmet by, a cold stare. Material Office Sup- Cells etc.
for consultation --- -
andiirawner glkI. have been called upon
\.n sr.t itiKt'n sirhe! l'3i.lln plie, :Memorinaum Book, Etc. Also Dirertur Pen..ic'il-i
strike Everybody a nsnt to little 'utll'on
in reference to the molder in a All 1
T, '.TI', .. \i''_' .'i Y-'n addressMme.. new and bright.James I
of this earth But
ist Mark ., .. this t ity anJ the prudent Is; exiiei h'll, ,, piece they must Band and Elite; (Jrchfo tfJ.. i
: ,i Su 'r ::1 i n: pton Th fight for it. They mu-t watch: their
arrive here in a few days
i'k grad'. i.;, ; '! 1 i':' s.i on T-!, lady union molders are still refusing to r" chance to (ret it. and get it. Brass and String Music FaroMtd

port for work in a number of the l.1 'a'h! Thos. C. Watson & Co 111
I .-t ltlarkt : : Hughes. Occasions.
,'..I..r. So :Appetite hag plants and there are no prosp-i. have some particularly fine bargain Address
: E
pStETTER i of a settlement today In some of thE otfer catnbia Hotel. ;
and invite
to now.
ju-t they
.. .. 1 J' S r-el Tired- tf
i1 Studio l}
ht FOUNDRY Parlors
CEIESaATE plants negro non-union molders are you to come and investigate same; : : of Ki-.t Baptist

C.-.': SleepXervoas I ing put In the places of the strikers.Smith's 1 You will never regret having done ,' .hunch.Mobile :

t : 'Machine Shop & Boiler
1 i j Fatal Sleep on Track. 40.A ----
A t I
/' ? <.:I.r word, Thomasville. Ga. April 4.-R. R CIBSON CALENDAR Works, Oysters I

P SrFrvrr. Smith, a white section' hand workinz ; ENTERTAINMENT IiPLIVERKIt: TO ANY

on the Albany division of the Plant No 801 S. Palafox Street PART OK THK ny. ,

/, Takrafewdoseswill system, was run over about ;0; miles FINE Fj ,
>f thf/ The Junior Guild of Chri-t church .
ISitters. Ii from here and killed.: It seems that PE 5ACOLA. FLA.

-tir up tbttornach > Smith fell asleep on the railroad track will ;give; a Gibson Calendar entertainment THE UNION RESTAURflNT

f I andliver tad! when ffen by the engineer! !It was 1 at Clutter's Music Hall on Saw Mill Work and Re-
STOMACH the evening of April. with mu;ie.
b hod\ I Frank
/ 5 and makeyou too late to stop the train. His L. Wilde
dancing and refre-hmenta. Ticket ,

s tt Q LITER" fcf| better. i was badly! mat!; t.d. 5

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i Terrible Tortures and Death '! A CHEAP BAKING POWDER. I

Result from Acute and Found to Contain Alum, Ground

; CAPT. MERRITT HERE Hock, and Other Thing, Seized
Chronic Rheumatism THE BEACH and fe.tro1ed.

i. -- I When Neglected The Health Department of New ONE

r York has seized several tons ofweeiheart
in A warm game of baseball is promised Baking Powder, made
: AND All HANDS SAFEr I It I __ '| for tomorrow afternoon at Palmetto by the Southern Soda Works of i
Beach-Pensacola Leavers Vi!.
Nashville, Tenn., found in that city.
r i i I St. Vincents Mobile.. of the baking powder were
puin Merrilt, of the barge J Paine's CeleryCompound Special seats for ladies. Best of analyzed and found to contain alum SEVENTY

jI 'I i order. All lovers of the sport are expected and ground rock. It was declared ,
Tabor, arrived in the city list night to attend.
dangerous to health and dumpedinto
I from Hcranton Mi.aand was inter- j the dock.
After the grip or other serious illness -
i this I It is stated that this brand of bak-
wed NKWS nun morale -
I, Tit by a I i i Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the medicine ing powder has been placed upon For a Ladies' Vici Patent Tip Oxford. Nothing Unusua
*. VANQUISHER ,, to take to restore the appetite
several in this
sale in stores vicinity

.t t The captain report that he left the :, FORMS OF BHEUMATISM. and strength. where it is retailed at prices from ten I that, IS IT? But

: vc4->el on March :0tb, at 4 o'clock p.1 BAY EXCURSION. to twenty-five cents a pound. It was I i
being retailed in New York at four I
n.. on the Nova rtcotian schooner The Jlan Iou- fare of .Mr*. Conk, of
I The steamer Enterprise will take cents a pound. Consumers should

I \Vr. II. Roberts, bound Scranton, (ianlner; li'au..a.. excursionists to all points of interestin look out for it. $1.70A

a JII.... The Tabor was thou in latitude Rheumatism terrible in its acute the bay tomorrow, leaving Pala- Monday we will sell St-cent Nainsook

I j" it north .longitude :.J Iii west, ,: and long enduring in its chronic, fox wharf at ::3t1: p. m. Fare for the or X-Bar at 5 cent*. No one
over :!&)yard F. E. Brawner.We PAIR.
is of the most baneful di*
'A':iich make her abut I'M' miles, oiliVnascoU form one round trip 2-5 cents.
= that human utter from.It .
ea es beings
IJ if. will launder your spreads for
is a disease that will not bear each and make them look
ueglest 15 cents
&jtaln; ; M..rritt arrived i in :-\eran- for if not treated promptly will CARD OF THANKS.We. like uw. Star Laundry. For the OXFORD THAT WE WILL SELL \1 1I
f \ani land came direct to l'en acoll. and make life mi-erable.nhp.umati ]method of publicly expressing, our // you wish the z'eryJest IS INDEED MARVELOUS.

t The Tabor wa- till adrift whets he ,. -U1 is al-o a con titu- sincere thanks to our many friendsfor ice cream freezer thevery

tioual diordPrand hereditary. Because j the kind beautiful lowest price the Willis --------- .-
I I' sympathy: many I ,
hr :ud had plenty of provisions
of the kidney* and bowels the floral offering and other attention Hardware Co. can please
i-id water aboard. Sh' was in lit
blood is and acrid
not purified
an shown us in our grief and sorrow -

i f,Illt101'tlt water aud w M ou vjuudn (pui-un H j formed and deposited in over the death of my beloved you. _- MEYER SHOE CKeel
f I i'the muscles and and this Rruce's o''
i I..: when tlill CllptJl. left.I joiut- !Ju-baud and our dear ftthl'r. i j new Phonograph/ was ?
cau-es the inriiinmation and mtene loud and clear, people crowded in |
t The Tabor IJlIWIt p.n adrift aiwnies that thnu-ands :are obliged MRS. J. F. I'KEIhKKK the tore so thick that the gas hadn't I!

t I -tit it: day "luce.tin I.i-t saw; the to rheumatism endure. Too are often f Ital.pH'iall.r, the etlects of A xn FAMILV.KNIGHTS .: I room to burn. Keel KimiMicr- 4 .i-li unit.
; -- --- ---
; t. Kclio.: The \'p:"..II.! ; probably at when the dread di-ea-e a1ftctthf i i! Monday we will sell :Sea Inland

riior.ijfenowau! 'i a tu;: will be seat.: heart; then death: is sudden. Many OF PYTHIAS. \| Percale yard-wide at in centsyard 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETf .
other serious complications reuitI Pen-acola Lodge No. 3, K. of P., F. E. JJrawner.
it to briny her to port. I< from this terrible di-ea.e, such a- '
I pneumonia pleun-y. meniu;iti-. regular; meeting; Monday night.
I'tiH weather: was very rou.h at i and diaphra;;miti-, and these often April 7that s o'clock. Work in the I ])l'ill"Jll1zg's Red Heart

....'. hut i.ih-i ;Bond for March: All prove rapidly fatal. ]Hank of Knight by the senatorial leer 10 cents per bottle at .....................................e..............*..*.

i. IIi' ml ar- reported! well. Hacked and tortured reader what team. Members of sister lodges and all saloons. .
are you doing to get rid of your danger
visiting brethren cordially: invitedto f $ O.OOSuits 53.50Sh
? I'h '.iciJu" candidly admit ---- ; t :
their inability cure. The ordinary attend. M A.Ll IlI41. 11'AN'rJU. .

CUT A BOY medicines of the day: may give M. C.\MI'RE, C. C. --- : I .
i( you relief for a few hours or 'days ; j H. Hor. Lex, K. of R. \: s. .l\distributing KNKK:: ;Tle sample man can of mt'rcbal1dls"nakemonry. for $6,50 i & : for $?. jAn :
they cannot banish the disea-e from (circulars( etc. tl'esecureadrertisiagmat- S SIiltiltilNNNNN .
ti your blood Joint, and muscles, : ter for distribution In every section of the .
i AND ROBBED HIM they cannot take the swelling; ? from Majaolia Temple No. 4, Ruthbone I'. ti. and Horn want\ men to do the work Good .................. ;.
pav. : \.h''i'n.Il S Broadway New :
your knees, elbows, or wri-ts, or Si-ters. had a largely attended and r ork. 'it' ;
I ____ make supple the stiffened and twited ,
limb'. You cannot longer afford {I important meeting yesterday ( Friday / 1IUAKALKSMKX: tl'ANTED-Nape- .. 1

I t"b: Lurkey a trnet incorrigible, i i! I to experiment ; death i ith sure re- afternoon. Two applicationswere V > &rienre Company unnecessary,, New<1 pay\ IJrk.alOl1l11: Emanuel .. ..
suit of experiment and neglect. received.A .
w14 arrerted at I1:3ll! :: o'clock thisrniug __1111"h _
i Today your only hope lies iu the :special: meeting will be heldTuesday i Arabian Proverb
I ,. >!<, on a warrant charging a- i immediate u-e of Dr. Phelps"ulFIDI ;
wonderful rheumati-m anlsherPaine's afternoon, April :t>th, at .
I 1- "lIt" itt a knife. Oilicer Benjamin !1 1 1imde :J:3o o'clock Every member 1 '
Celery Compound. Thil urgently -
'vlall'NETuLlY out of I
! meaning 4 I jo
the arrest. 1[ l tested and world-famed v.iuiui-her 1 requested to be present to take 1 the Mars, on jour tnrtlitlav. III answer ,
of rheumatism and other all (questions cnd l"c and stamp ttro.Orr.IraRerI
Luckey Is said to be a had boy and ';troubles| ; that arise from impure and part iu the businesss to be acted *-'.I lncano. it .. He that knows! not and: knows not friar <-k'. W. a J

well known to th t !police. His'' ]poisoned blood is now fully rc,cnized upon. MRS. C. A. BKAWXKK.Mi )I t'.llc'a I 'tI"cll'h'"o 1 Is a fool-shun him, ..
by the medical prott"-.-iou a- a "- EMIHG.IKE. )l. E. C. .
it-'t act !supercedM others, and 1
positive and uufailinir) cure. The M. of R. A C. I1oliWeak Men; our 1lIIl'fO'lId'ac .
,' will prop ablyervo a term for it. 'following important letter eut by --- -- --- uum Iirveinper guaranteed cheapen .

Ve-.Urd ly afternoon he met a j jnull Mrs. Cook is but one of the many: NAVAL STOKKS MAUKKT.Imported urea be'ton losses earth tancocele for sexual, enlarges weaknewstrict blirunken:1e lie that knows and know not that !L" t :. n' I }j
thousands received from prominent organs. Particular* scalwl. The World's Is a.leep-wake him. :
colored boy named: Bennie,1 I II and well known people m every state Daily for The Newt liy Cure Co., l'enverlol. oawilll-" I
of the Union who have been cured Union Naval Stores Co .
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I H'ltler ou Carden - by Celery Compound. Mrs. .
1 ,mil been Feat to a bakery for some f j, Cook says:- WW... $.I"i5 BOHIN.'H. .....11 1 1"WO Paxson & Hall'sTransfer. : He that: knows and knowi Chit b* ki.ow 1.
"I was sorely afliicted with rheu- .... 4.." u. 1 .!',
; arelu-e* and was returning with ... ... 1 ls wie-follow him. .
> time
mati: =m some ado so much -o N" i i Y ..." 1 n' .
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read and pieLuckey aceo.tedmin that I was unable to ffo :about thehouse K M...... 9si.' 4.1 K I) ..... __u_ 1Ti 1 W 1 .
1 and wanted I ; I had to be carried. I tried 1..... .....' I 7u C: 4 below ..... 1 iu 1 +. .
: a 1111i. The boy re- all kinds of medicines aud linimentsto lI T..PIOTfU-U..I': .
f'i-ed. whereupon LuckilY attacked: ; no effect. For mouths I was helpi t : He that knows he can hay hit can-; fr ''I, :

i i! less, unable to turn myself in bed The most reliable preparation for .. McMillan and! Beer at Cod and i cae.. t .
mi w ith a knife, linn the .
cutting on and suffering with pain which wa kidney troubles: on the market isKiev's SPECIAL ATTENTIONOIVEN + Is an asde( ) ride him. .
inn :111.1: | body and than robbed" him almost unendurable. Finally! by Kidney Cure. \V. A. D'Al- Td 1 1
chance, I noticed an advertisement emberte. 121 rt.: Palafox. +
f the (rood eatables hH irried.. lof I I( }>.lin..',* Celery Compound and -- -- and .. 1i
Baggage Hauling.
itttlerensured wham he felt the concluded to try it. After using one I will repair your watches and ..
battleit.eeuied to be helpinjr me iu first-class 1
jewelry style. J. I
.ife: blade enter his ii.
ut ran to his a..i kttnret She founditkey no more rheumatic pains tjmce: Jo'urnitureIond Promptly at .
then I have been able l to do .
with a half' stair piA and areproved -'. and" bavebeeu fret fa'f.;: Short Notice : aUo Conduct.... I :| $2.00 Hats : : 55 Piint t i

him for it he picked up rheumatism. MARITIME. I-Ilt!"I'.C1.A.-- .J. !

rock. aud !hurled it at he", Mn.t-hius I\;luq.; .4 lI.e.l en...r f-aiL.'., an 1 itbhr! I for $1.00 I .. 1. ,EI E
i :iarby window :1...s.I awVUl /f.. cal1SHS5SHSHSHSHS25HSHS2SHSHL r.n-.v. tx'.lo-r:1 t .coautn.- -LxYOHTA-- Livery, Feed and I : for 5Jr ,
tor At .1 I 10 dare .. (I'1' jjI .
I l'11e Lurkey buy 'AH: turned over 1 I r 2S2.S252J:: 2SC5252525252s! ;] Sale Stables. i/14145/IH/5//ia.................................,
Nlr i sultry :iiithniitit,. thu morn lIki\'f'!
: I NII" .. Nor I 7 :II"r. Moliiln; to.lno.-\
I'.. Ill\t !.e i- now in tin- t'ounty SOCIETY EVENTS Mar! ta: i oi Corner Zarra ossi ard Jefferson Streets,

II.BAD. i i Cl.F.AKHIj I Opposite Pia:.!. ,+* Telephone 251. -.'.-.'.......... ...................-...... ....................................41

?j A"i .- \\ unn-d. Ui'i, Arm.tronz. by Hal I I1.I __ ;
SEAMAN IS JOHN M'CRISS. ; -.1 Lo rNrw \orltRtth4eueraicar. *
j J' -- HARRY HALLHARK.Manit .

J..tlll :\rdirl", :t wlut ,,1'1111:1U.: L 1 i -.1uln. The Big Store i
AmVi' If. d.Arui trongNewlurk ',\.to third r> this morning fo liningIruuk -
I c. 1'. :Minesjiriiitf ..f Fi"am.lml:! -- .
.mil sentenced tD day* forh"llIl
i- in the city today. f'oj'( '( (\ !'Ljr.JJ"J'( ( \ (\ (c (\ \ (
; a fiiiMciinich; irtcter.Mr(5ns rtr '
F. R Miller and E. :M. Lovelace.fBrewtou : 11.1'111'111"11'11L. Monday Offering
: "' very much fretted
are m the city today.:
ra-terday becaine; his captain would
rt ; Mrs. A1.. Byers of ct! u-uirn i- .., ,
f I.a.t my hlll1l\lf.1I0lt .tUrlll;: hi-sjfret-1: among the guest at the Kcumbu.j IL. FRIEDMAN & GO'SBIG -

3. alt,, got drunk. Under the r.
tI 'f li>|Ui>r he became luliiin and !1 i Mr<. James Lovett has sorts Ii''
i : unted hi- captain up. :Mobile and Ii reidm:; :..tI-:! Anna y DOMESTIC GOODS. J

; lieaw: the I.1ttt'r':1 S uth P.ila- j: street.i SHOE SALE e + "

f"X ,uid tried to get at him with C. \I'iggin4. a prnmui-.t: nail e I

knife, but w.i intercepted and ar- nun of Pine F wren, u au."iist aviitors
9.} Bleached PerJ'frt11.1t6et1U.c: .
-AT f
-o Ip
reefed by Oftlcf\ Humphreys.The here today. + 11)-1 Bleached 1'eppvrell "Hhtin /- ., '

captain said: thii morniuc that Mr. and Mrs. P.lul'tUn are m Palmon Yard-Wide Bleached Mu I our ;c Ir.... f f'.

'.1' w a* in deadly and constant fear Pollard Ala., where they are'I I1- .The Racket Store. P Pillow Cases" . . . .. . . |,4t(| p... ...
Sheets, 72x'"i)"', best grade. . . . "Ira"."
for hilife while on ship board asI I iu{ the lady's relatives. a Sheet, i1'z' :)"). bet (trade . . . 11.. >It I .
three: of his men had plotted to cut ., United States Marshal: T. F. Me- 20x42 Linen Huck 'oweN, . . f1n, I ""
I to heart out, aud would( do a.s they Oouriu Mr*. McQourm aid her ISxW: l'DionHuckTowfoI4. . t'! j
to..J. 1 SHOE5! .'" SHOES!! .'" SHOES!!! er 50 Dozen Cotton Hock Ti.weU i ;
father. Mr. "emith.. returned ,
: !I The disa! reemeut i M s-tid: to have from Below i
a morning Atlanta. we ;jive you a l'l'W I'rinof the GKKATI'
amen over u matter of wa es, whichare
} not due until the vessel touches Assistant Surgeon Wm. J divert. .\ W\ \S we are olfering for Tills \\,1:1:1In: : our a 0}-ALL THE WEEK;-fti I
{ 1T. S. A., arrived this morning from
;tt an Ku: lih port as they had all llcoc' Itt..tartlllt'ut. : cP I
., Fort McHenry, Baltimore IL e Boys' Percale Hhirt Want, irltlon Brae *' or n f .r ,
pinned for the voyage.-- -- i, having! been transferred here for lui') Pairs Ladies' Oxford and Strap Slipper, 50c Boys, Percale Shirt 11'aheta, Medium Ur"4., ..eorl f--, I

i duty at Fort Barranca: all sizes, per + Hpool Ribbon, all colors lo yards for . .
MIOHT1): t'tINI % I.
101) Pairs Ladies' Oxfords and Strap Slippers, EmbroideredVaUt In whit and color.. .. .
; Mrs. Kate Hamilton of the Mascot all sizes 75c a Calico Waiits for . . . . . . .. r
Tlir Fan W&It Grape.:Nnrs saloon and restaurant and Ned Fay. per Best Enelish Pins for . . .. ..... .. .' .. -,r ;'s. a ,
It helps one to know the kind off > I! former owner of the kennels at Miln ouO Pairs Ladies' Oxfords, formerly sold for $1 25 Feders'Brush Braid .. . .. .. .. . '., yo'
...d to elect if they can teattexperieucesothor4'iavehad. $1.50' per pair, to Children's Hose at. . .. .. .. . . .. '. j' r
i : ton which he has just old to W. i-) Pairs Ladies' Lace and Button Shoes toclose e WideTorchonLAcesas . . . '. . '.. .;
"I consider it my duty t.) let y Scott Jones were quietly wedded at. $ 115 Clear White Pearl Buttons. . . . . .. 1 1r t
I know what Urape-Nuu Food h o9i I yesterday afternoon.

done for me. I was suffering from Commandant Jan Krige of the 1"0 Pair Men's Cable Screwed Shoes, worth $1.10 *" Queen Quality Shoes for Ladies. a..
. dyspepsia and daily stomach trouble. i $1.50 per pair, this sale.

After taking mauy kinds of med Transvaal who is making a tour of 100 Pairs Men's Bal Shoes, worth $1.50 per Oar Hprlcg Line of Oxfords and f'tnp 14Upp.f. .' a' ,
ciues without finding relief I law athe;:; South in the interest of the this I $1.20 J
pair, Opened Up. Call and nee Tbm. r
description of Orap -N ut14 Break- Boers, lectured in the plaza lat
1 fs Food and began using it regu- night and was heartily applauded. Remember this ale will positively last ONLY ONi: Remember, we are the only authoring Aar.nt.. '
laxly, and In less than two weeks my i WI-II\: : + Shoes and have the r>tylJBilliam .
indirection was entirely gone. ; He made a clear, logical statement: I
"When I began using the food 1 of the situation In South Africa la I Yours Anxious to Please, "'- -, -

weighed K55 pounds, I now weigh I
response to an invitation from thed' I
IM pounds and feel sunnier than I Ancient Order of Hibernians LOUIS FRIEDMAN' & CO.
i have ever felt before. Thanks at Ioljn0oit & Son.y
f praise to the makers of Orape-NoU." I will deliver another address in the {

e' I Name and address given by Postuni plaza tonight. The public is ir.rite WWNHM

iy t Co., Battle Creek, Micb. Ito, hear: him. I I ................... ..... .............A..............,................ .


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