The daily news

Material Information

The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 28, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
002076174 ( ALEPH )
33669261 ( OCLC )
AKR4558 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027213 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Related Item:
Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Pensacola evening news


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text
_. >_ '_ >_ _" _. '" H_,, _. __ _-__
,..... _. ,. - '
.''''''''''''' :"" ; 7' .

Il t

!l '

"f" (" '"''' ,,= '


..' :M:. :. I"! First; 3 Months of( 'OI. j

11 (

,. I:; J"IlJsn ",". '-.-,- ."
1 i !'->\"U\ : I "" "
r M, rcu ...;.1.11 ;,
., -- '
e LJ ti.TI"( ",. :: ",,,
) ... ;aA 'l- :;}.;; .;; ;iA



_.::-.=:-:=: - -:::- -- ---=::::- -


-"_ _h ____ ______ __ -




of Joplin, Mo., Sweptby Express Collides With Box

Furious Storm. Car Blown From Siding.


!! i is What the Gates Syndicate is THREE ARE -KILLED-- OUTRIGHT. ACCIDENT ON GRAND TRUNK This Arouses the Ire of the |

-- i

Planning i to Establish. Six Persons Fatally Injured and a' Passenger Meets With Train Disaster Leaving at Haskells Chicago; Friends Admiral Schlev.fpecla *

Score or .A.ore Seriously Hurt-Prop- I II
lls.! -Engineer, Fireman and Mail
erty Loss Will Reach $300.003
Clerk Injured. I i 1
I Worst Storm In City's History. i toTUe :Nra GOMMISSION'
," -A ,-r' .it r 'I i- : Chicago, AprilAn Atchison Topeka ; Washington, April 2' -AiliniralSchlty's :
Joplin! Mo.. April ::';.Joplin! was
Fe train due'
and Santa express
-'tU I > ri. -t ityn friend? today are i.diuant;
CAPT. STRONG rU.ted yesterdayafternoon by the here at 8:47: o'dork last night is stall! !! : TO REVISE

:11"Utr..11h- most deatfuuive! storm in its history, ed and somewhat l ur < Led! hvttteea 1 .>' I: over the favors lavi.ed upon Admiral

r.1IIr"1.1 during which at least three persons mont and \\'illn:5j1ri:1t;a.:" o
.- 'l a ARRIVE Crowll-I.ield, who Louts Lisilajjon LUMBER
sere killed! outright, six fatally injured The wind blew a !h >\ car from a si,1.s II RATES

.. .I If J..a! \\.1.1I i I It I a score or more seriously hurt in ; at the vtliae! of IViltn7! : miles! the Illinois at New York today
.1I --- oat: of thj-a o. to t'. main track. The ----- ,

I I I"p H, ,at l to Till Newi.New and.d\. $30ifiO The| dead worth: of property deatioyd toXIIl..s| train: MiwV. this! car and it is i I I sailing Wednesday for Europe bpreal to The Ne..v I

:>d :' lay that the I I York, April 2May Yohe, ::ther Hunter, killed by falling tim reiioru-d railed.Tin!: s-s\eial of tlu cars were do- I to assume control cf. the European Tallahassee: Fla., April! 2r -A i

: lal: i that the the divorced wife of Lord Francis hers ;passene'TR' v-r' shaken up. but I station. I meeting of the Florida Ilailroad :

t : .4 nile uilroa t Hop, and Captain Putnam Bradley Martha Cape, a negress. died'froutright. it is not believed. any of tbt'mas in- I The Illiaoi i is fitted with palatial i ii Commission, which had been calledto 1

'w'llcl1w.ure- trong, arrived here today on the'I I : j j.ired" h-)or..1 a f.-w bruises.A : i quarters for the nag orticer. be held at the otlice of the com i >
> Fatally Injured: wrecking train and crew were sent
KaHerin Maria: Teresa, after a nine- I mission in Tallahassee on May In.
William Jones.
i of the and
; i-- :. ... U to form out from Chicago. It is one newest bluest }
month' plop etnent. They left Japan i! Bidwll Hunter at which meeting the commNMoneM, t
I' # ,' t '':Hk\ 1 tttinch ">' *- i Mri. Anna Hunter. most formidable of the fighting
Windstorm Wrecks Fast Train.
March I:;. and at that tim, it was would consider any argument, iujgestions -
Mm. :Marian Hicks. Valparaiso. Ir.d.. April 2'>.-Th> machines: of the navy.
1.- .10..1'i :Ip v@ryp rt
generally underitood were on their j Boy named Kruger at Villa Heights, Grand Trunk passenger; train which and amendment* t.i a proposed ,

1 r "'..t.- way to En lat.j., Instead, however, I miles west of Joplin.F. left Chicago' at 9:15: last night was I No previous officer assuming rlag revision and amendment of

'.. IMchom, the they took passage on the KaNerin B. Kelly, at Goo Goo mines! 3 wrecked near liaskcl: !*. 8 miles east rank has been ?o favored as Admiral Railroad Commission Clarification.Vo. :
Miles west. of this city as a result of the wind I
iriaTherea* when that left i been the I II II 1 1. relating to Yellow
,'. t.. fit}'" ApdertvutiUnttnlltug : a hip The fury of the storm broke loose storm which swept over this section I Crowninshield. His hai Tine Lum

I in Niples for this port April I'J. No I' tt J.Sfi. There was no premonition during the night. The engineer Robert I choicest of aMnmeat3- and now he ber Hoards, has, at the request of a

marriage: : ha- yet occurred between !, !at'! its tumble violence.! Melrose[ of Rattle[ Creek :Mich., i large number of partied at interest. I
1 Katern: Illinois tunnel cloud. I ito- take conspicuous part in the
i There was no -shaped' was seriously hurt and the fireman
May Yhe and Capt. 8trou?, because been changed ube Ueld at the
*. bf cud ofNJNEER I The wind was a straight Kale but it and mail d rk were badly bruised. I coronation of !King Edward \'11.j .
:i- t
t : .
the divorerucureJ by Lord Francis!; : was of terrible vplodt) whippingdown None' ot the passengers were seriously Windsor Hotel Jackonville.! ,

I 1' I.. Hope on March J was one known ,' \ scores of houses in the south li'irt.! The wreck of the locomotive i All of his wishes! have been rejected ida, on Thur-day, May I. lima!, at l 12 ,

I' part of the city and reducing to kin and forward cars is complete. I while other cfccer of his I o'clock .
a* decree nii. Kuch a divorce deil1I"t noon.t this meeting the ;
dung wood, $I"I/tl'< ) worth of the fn..tIl1nng :
ANDREMAN \I\n:>' operatIve for six months, plants! in this district. The i jgrade: have been seta wherever the I' Railroad Coiutni--ioueH desire tu ,>

I law. worst havoi in Joplin City was in a DIED FOR I obtain the views
'.ihlt-r t e English department saw fi: to send them. \ bearing l upon the
t.' blocks wide! i
commencing -
BLOWNTO I matter under con=iderition both of
at the west limits of the city at I Admiral Crowuinshield is AdmiralSchley's'nth and Sev. BLIND FATHER! I the shippers;; of lumber and of the
I BITS! ANOTHER street ending at I ; bitter enemy and the fight
SMALL Hith street on the east. Within this ---- I I IIIp",1 I common carriers and all other par I
I I n' the destruction done waiislnie waged against Schley in the recent I ties interested. ,
; l to The :NewsCeptta 1
I I \' on every band. ;Most of the '
INSURRECTION ;: ii-h. ('nr.n. Aprif--\1"illiam':: : controversy is generally believed to -' -
houses are not completely! [ razed but
V' '. -JS: EXPLOSION there is sanely a building which is :Md'aity. Jr. ag-i: ] I 12. |.-Bt his life in I IPn..t..I.tpr 'I have originated in the bureau of NEW CONSTITUTION
I !' while trying to his
killed save I ; .
I not dan-asjed =No one was here
.t JJMMrfE; BOILER I hand father in the belief that ho was navigation; with CrowninteiKl as
Sp. \. '. i ['I" N.wpi -, I but some persons had miraculous es I
!in dariar.Th i
capes. its head. The animosity the bureau FOR RUSSIA
S MORNING. >rt- uPriiicApril; L .-It i is reported .- father lo The noire of Mrs. Nellie= Sullivanwas I I
if I Ina blast in was shown throughout the inquiry
t that another j ao prematnr a quarry
:>re tot 17 revo- destroyed and a'.l! of the family I ,I --
I'.elle Haven, ant II I
near a damage ;:ut1I1'h :
lutn.ii li i- br..ken out at Hauto Doming were injured by falling timbers. Mrs. I in the r'cLley case acd the at- i t+p"elal to T- ,.....
i \\' lie Institiit"] against the con .
ullh'Rnlel badly hurt about the
: but l telegraphic cotumuuicatiou traitor i is now peniiiu; In a :New York j titude of President Roosevelt and Ht. Petersburg, April( i!...Ter-! -
.- B?; tt.: .- bur*t. head[ and !fa('e and her :!- .ar-od[ baby *.
between tl.ut republic and Haytiu :I iWd.i blown :,') yards into a |md and rour Admiral :cbley h tow ititere-ting. I tent rumors are in circulation to the
The hoy WR playing with I
some companions
'luutlve cut <>r! and t'''.e report cannot b" saved! from drowning by the heroic effect that the Czar will
when he saw: hi4. father walking Secretary: Long; is believed: to have soon t?ue arecript '
eftorts of her j'Y1ar.ol,1 brother who I
** : 'W..l Expr! ""i' verified.- : near the railroad and an express giving Ru-ia a new con tittitiou !-
boot also fl'.iv..ti injuries from the 1
: heaped three honors tl.e Lead
---- -- -- urea
1 I train approaf-hin from the east. The
a' tJiiisjirr.- 5t'.tm. ; I similar to the scl.etme of
Mowing! of the whistle canned the hoy !Illf Crowniciif'ldI: 'in whom he ha; :?
of the residence of S. D. t
AMALGAMATED une loom administrative reform
r o I ?tlretiiH: 'r' I I drawn up by
to think\ that his father! was in danger.He .
r.rpon Ivy *m- -t. was blown away Ii confidence. The fact i i- that
I InI tty kiu-. I started across; the track to save | implicit > the late General I..mlfXikot: '
zi-'l l hminis son was carried threeblm "
..,'( Mil a: I'* 'I ASSOCIATIONI kl' rr-i-eiving, only blight! injuries. hint and was struck 1-y the train and, Crownin-hind i is OLe of Lon;'s favorites when t.e waitanctioned so to do by '. j
Instantly kille
-,' It '. .1" a t..inn, I'liSinv; east from the main portion [ and Long determined to the late Czar Alexander II before
in tlanll'rIN
was no
I ---- of the city the storm spent its fury t
i' tte! I the latter <* .iuated.Ilioting .
'I'I ; I--"I!- wa a a3
II I "tt t > l. N -a" i O!. the suburban districts known as see him card f.r bff'to l.irttire- 'j
I i Moonshine 1 Hill and 1 Villa Heights: JAIL I ; i ii ppreadit in the '<>utb* .i
NV-.M";U-: W. Va., April is.! -The ment.
\ W I t ). U t.. Three [people were killed at \loonI1I11" ern portion <.f the empire and the "
.\ Association: today took Hill.! :News of the terrible cltMnution .- I
0 t, twerer : INSTEAD OF CRAVE military "o far has been powerlex to
uj': the/ rep. rtf the wae commHttoc.WLh' there did not reach the city until 1 GROWNINSHIELD ,t
I" '. bet "d. late last night and investigation will -uppre-ss disorder.. '
!. w- ti.I".Pll! !.Saturday. This -.- __ ;
.. w ..f. .Litt. .;r"Uiid not be possible: until morning. The .
wili \p ,h :b.y C"ticuuif the rest of hill 1 Is now a tangled mass of debris l'penal to The NewiClmtianonea DID NOT TAKE :
t t"fti
\\ -fe ; artly up. SOL SMITH
ti >' iliyJUDGE. and not a single house is left standing: ; April i c'\iG;,"II\ \ !.'nYonr.n

F t.nau William :ill H. populated! l mainly by miners who ::, a drummer whose! home is in : COMMAND
r,," :. thr..Ui'Jt..J"II live in littl. shacks. ,
= York and who travels for a 'in I DYING
Of the little home of Bidwpll Hun- i iI
it car. FELLIAND' dnnati hardwire! firm mad two atfompts ---
trr not timber is left standing and to commit s-iirile I I f8pertal \
at a hotel -
Im."r. the "UIfIU4'H. i the three inmates of the house are here yesterday, aftornoon. He came Ii i OF THE FLAGSHIP ILLINOIS TODAY l to The N'-w 1 I I

It and otter h<>ur* uf A NEGRO FIGHT dying. all baring!; had their skulls frac here ten days ago< and has been tinifer I I I t

11 bur u..t net be.u tured.It the influence of morphine ever AS SCHEDULED.I Washington> April 2-;.-.Sol l Smith i'i'I

is ff-ard that th" mining: camps!'! sin... He has eaten nothing: in that 'I I -- I Ru;uall, the actor, who ha: been in : I II

!Special, to The N...wsPhdad.lpht.t further west which seemed to have time
i'an--:.,er4 were iol'.l been In the path of the storm, hara Yesterday R jihysl/'iaB deprived Mmnf I to Tile lea sNew I critical health for several d.lYI. U i I i
:2v-JlIdlfwlm !
suffered great damage, but not expected to live through; the day '
no reports opiates HO became deranged. procured I York. April 2i-There was I
:\ Fell lf.tIle supreme court have been received from there.'PHONEWEDDED -
i 'f
:.: a: forty miles the knife of a guest and plunged:; I f
this morning had a de-pHate fight; it in his. throat j "wral mn rush- much disappointment; among the
't 4.t reached the GALE PLAYS
with an armed nero in the kitchenat .d to him and prevented him severing I sightseers today because Rear Admiral :
tL! .. .. \.-lo.(ion u>.)k his jugular He then tried to .
hU home, 15.U North Broad street Crowniushield: failed to take
: *hI ch U a my- swallow a deadly"" dose nf morphine 'I I : HAVOC IN CHICAGO

and after the struggle l turned the COUPLE MEET nut' was restrained and was taken to command of the rtijihi Illinois.He I II .

nero over to a policeman the city jail He i is said; to hp a Rood
.-r* ai quickly a* salesman when not under the Influence I will not assume conic.and until
The intruder wai Charles! Till- t'+pemai ti> The Neaa.
of the drug.Joker I ,
t another train'OPCORRICAN :
Special to Tile NeasHopkinsville Wednesday. ) ;
man who H supposed to have entered : twins
1 t,'Yl'r l'l..t> ;: April :,. I -- !
the hou e to get revenge for a Ky. :2' -MrsGertnide Played Thief; Shot Dead. !; night! i.
I'- : Konn. who wa fancied insult offered by Ida Yilliiu !-
', Jefferson Davis Koon. an architect of terminated fatally for Edward L. Mil I were blown ID, rods ripped up anJi

..' : :*. :a ervatn in the Fell hoinen this! city by telephone on Tuesday 11'1''hi>n a man he had laughingly ordered i signs: torn from their faetentngs. J.

.>U. He cut the girl's throat nar | evening between; Payton. Ky., and this to throw up his bands drew arevolver I OF STEAMER MfCloud oho was riding; a bicycle on

city, arrived here last night and was and< shot the supposed thief | West Madison street was caught by a !
rowly mts ? the her husband then dead Joseph P Brown hea>y gust of wind and blown'
IS I BETTER TO-DAY I Ivelt. I! met at dapot by who fired the : was
Hpcclal to The News.
.. seen for the first time and was driven fatal shot. wa a friend! of the joker. I I against a passing horse. He was bad

I to hiii home, where friends awaited I Port Huron, Mich., April 2S.-The I I ly trampled upon

TO-DAV'S ROWING I I them and showered the warmest congratulations Turkey To Fortify Tripoli I captain of the barge i rticreraento reported The wind blew over a sheet iron: 1

on them. Constantinople. April 26.-On account -I I smokestack of the Barber Asphalt and !

\ -.. .\rrh Hnhop To reporters the bride and bride- of Italy's attitude toward Tripoli |I here today that he sighted J Paving company at Paulina street tui

I 1 1 otiif.utable nizhti REGATTA,I i groom said they felt as if they had the porte has decided to garrisonthe I the wreckage of a steamboat in I Ithe Chicago river, seriously injuring {

known each other all their lives and island of Bombay off! Tripoli, and Saginaw Bay aturday.I' Simon Teron a watchman. 11
i .
h.!14 believed
-- needed nothing to complete their hap. the port of tobruk. Tripoli and A tnlli. At "Whtpple and YacBuren etreetj
i' ! inJ that h@ l ltlpeotal pines tary commission! la drawing up plans I' The steamer Pawnee ha: not been the saloon of John Marshy wu d*. p,

-improveti t" Tilt Sews. I far the general lf.
Annapoli-, April .-The University : REMOVALOTICE.. coast I are fears that this wreckage may be -- -
t I have moved law office to
I .(, !huina carry of Penn-ylvania eightoaredcrew room 410, fourth floorThiesen my build- A nickel is enough for a part of her. I Elegant china closets, ;

::'dt ltnt of matting, beat the naval academy eightIn insr. THOS. PEBLEY. Cigar i fit is an El Greco I The opening day U nearly here. i sideboards and leather- 1

the two mile race today and the ,,: 2la2w Can't when but
i ic/ shades, etc., Satisfaction guaranteed. say seat chairs at Marston $
second naval: academy crew beat the' We will launder your spreads for L. BearCo. I' ; 1
II -e ; Quina's- Low a
lay our I prices
I' 15 cents each and make them loot Whenever the ladies adopt any ; easy
I ,',' quaker freshn:ec. like ijw. Star Laundry. Try THE NEWS Want Column. bin; it is sure to become popular. payments.


j, r

__ ... ._ .._ .. __ .__" __..._ _, ., -. ._ .... ..... .,.... ...'* .......-- .._.... :.;.. J--, .. _-> ..- J.J.. ... ., ,....... _"" ._ .

1 1i


e. .
-- --- -



Wealthy Baltimorean Robbed by Alleged After Making Talk at Prayer Meeting I

Trusty Servant Sank Back In Pew Dead.

41 New York ."pr:1Jobn:! : llason, TOO TIMID TO WEDFled New York April 26.-Mrs. Renssae-

ft wealthy Baltimore lachelor. tame 1.I laer Worden. a leading worker in the tl

t ,p to tits rity thre.- VI ek ago to see the Methodist church in the village of

races and er.j"y life among his. club From Altar Where His I Hyde Park, dropped dead at a prayerI

Irif-rd He took apartments at No. I I I meeting says! a Poughkeepsie dispatchto

F ji W.n T ety -f.iittreet.! and when Fiancee Awaited Him.A L'I The World.

> I tvr> thing was in true bachelor agar i A reception had been planned to we-. for Infants and Children.The .

. I' uret order Le asked his! riecdt to MOST REMARKABLE AFFAIR t come the new minister Dr. Kfl etham. '

+ I rt"f'ommt-n,11I; Several Mete sug-! hMr?. Word n was foremost in arrang- I Kind You Have Always Nought: hat l burH. llio i2iu.:

I te+ yretrd. among them Kusuno:; Washington Loved Girl, but Says He Had Not Courage -, a g e3 1I 1Y+ l /i Ing the reception and the was the I tore of Cha:. H. Flettlier, and hat beets made iimli-r li: *

a yours; I..jro man. He bad ]lett ,I I I Ii J MI i j first to give her testimony in the prayer I personal !suiKTVUHin' fur mer IU ,' .\lIlIw..n on,
It-r. .ho.. .i.g that I* h..J 'served; Perry to Face Crdeal of a Wedding. ,
j : meeting: that preceded it. She spoke to deceive you in thi*. Counterfeits Imitation* |
1 J' 1' I an<
; 4 Tifanv nr.'l. CrateVR.1'wortb. i!, Must Now Marry Says the Girl, or ; fervently] of her experience in church ".Tii.
Ai-mr !;nry! the young; negro was '
f rcm": and \1a.fllI fount him all that i Go To Jail. I II j work. and Just as she ceased clasped! II health of Children-Experience njpiin>t Jlll'rlult'ut.:
I her hands to her heart gasped forbreath
..i | I i

j L1 rna Lad l tli-..-fn vo'.nc in'raiM'il.. : clubman! Yesterday lay in morn bed [ Woo!britge!!: N. J., April) 6.Four | and fank back into the pew. | The Kind You Have"AlwaysBongh t!

l after Lis 1o0.'e'aad. ( ailed Waahlngtfn. times has bashful John :.fat'oliek talked i I i e ; dead. !
I i i It was stub a dramatic scene that > Bears the Signature of
I 1 at the very altar rail where Mary j jSiaJco I
u t MOTHERS DO YOU !i the coneregation was almost panic
_7 "Take som- chance! out of the draw. : was waiting: to be made his I
the &tl-l.I;:,, 1 1 irth ., : stricken. Dr. Kiketham addressed the
riaiiy <
fr and f> t me tie morning paper, I j I bride. "There will be, no more fool. Then''
i'I mi Vetremeuiksfor women in the people and restored: composure. j
4 t 1 Le raid to him.Washington ins. Mary paid last night. "I'i 1 l be i if her 1ede; organ,, conta-.n i he dismissed the: meeting and the dead'woman I'

i.t .1' went to the draw and Mavolkk! John will less opium: and .
;i Mrs. today cr my morphine str : | was carried to her home. I Ii
'i Tsmbleii abound for lone time Do You Know ,
so a i that in nw-t (
in i
|11Je jail.
V that Mason asked him what was the .ln-rv'i:,;" an not ]Il'rmtte.l: to scl ForfOver'30
f 'I f'd', Clatter. j Mary and Jchn met tonrears- ao.tile ii-. without luVlinj: them jmiM'ns DIED OF BROKEN HEART AT 92. In Use Years.

It P I was shy. but when fLe found IIP Do You Know that >ou TN' eo"..... n "u.... ....t. ...w .0" r,'.
"I 1 tookir.e
for loose
: a
r 10\'pII"'r :'Iaryas artful and before take internally any medicine I Shock of Granddaughter's Death In iliViVSi iBBi iMttiMBBSS&fflr
Marking. l but I have
some found
i I'the. year was out the townsfolk! were pain accompany ing pregnancy.Do : | Sanitarium Killed Norris
it now. the valet said and left the
You Know that Mother's .
Panbury. Conn.. April :Benjamin
toM of the t ngdgrmrnt.The ; !I
F 1 room. is applied externally: only ? Deforest :\ grandfather! of :Mips
date was set for the weddingand /
'i I -An hour later the valet had not retnrnw ()I) You Know that Mother's {| nr.I I The Star
( Marie C. Norris who died in Laundry
fine trousseau
Mary prepared a is
i 0 !. When two hours had passed : a cddr.'tl.ll'rt: : criI'liun, and 'j
(' ,r and htr friends presented hir with Las liei-n in use over forty ) ear.. j nlinn'I'anitarlum in New York about ,
1 Maon and went his '
arose to bureau I
.4 !! one of the finest floats of linen ever :!1 sac h l> ittle of the penuir.e }l V q flrawer It Lad) rontainfd! nine JlOi] !j i seen in \\'! N. J. The ehurchI '1 of The Iirj.llifld: Regulator Co. ? which led to the arrest of Dr. Blinn is Biggest Busiest Best !
bill, one $:ni bin and a roll of W In I Do ktu> th .when I ,
I was decorated! and happy :Mary rum you w : slat dead.! He never It ft his bed! after the
e small Mils The roll of small bills : remedy durini the of .
:' j. I funeral of his granddaughter. of whom |
: in a carriage and waited: tor the bride-!
., ( till remained, but the :1,4"<) was : that vim will be free of pain
4 gone grfiora. healthy! h.'artall..] clever cbtl, : he was very fond. He died! of a broken

Ji u.t at the time; sot for the cvrc- \\'t'li. these-things are worth l heart. !fi, '

Muon, ni-t hurried,iHiite station to the and West reportedt Thirtieth -1 I tnony a note was tiamli--l to hor. It Tb'y are facts IIi druggists at Dr. N'orris was !P2 years old and wa ; llre I\ Gather( t r I'p(Ii I TII I.. }

t.. I i I was from John. lie protested that he Lr. t be iHTMi.uled to try a nun of the best known r sid -r.ts of that : -
-s lie said the young neero; l'.
\ loved lu-r. but that he could not fare Ourilitte -<'k "Motherhood" i part of the state. lie was horn on tb V .
n..t: had i out e to him from Richmond. THE BRADFIELO REGULATOR! CO., ( Frl.utallput4 '
the ordeal of The farm where he died.
a redding. girl:
1111!. rvtrtives were sent there: and ;
I ,I found th- valet They took him to thTewJerioin \unt home in tears wipt all night. J 1 j Mrs. R C. Norris of New frestonI Our tit\ h\ 1 ry lul.-ul{ :: wwhere
J l sot angry the next day and had Johnarr'sh Negro Lawyer to Tight j I mother of Miss NorrK i is ill and has ,
P. station. h..rp he wa ; l.l" : ;at tilin :
ntlflwl Mnntgomt Ala : any
ry. April j ;kept to her bed since the ( ral
d on brea< h of promise proceedInss. tint ol TL---:
..: bIa.lln.: The WOH"Yl'a# not'' -Thursday! for the first time
: found h's' : The case never went to trial. a | ]her daughter.; Write nr t.II'I'lh'U"| || >iileavnr -
!in ,
r |IIIIMt""sl'm and he deniedrd1gnantk lawyer was ir.trcJu'ed! to the !'! ;
John !promit-ed to be on hand the next
i 1 having I taken it roust of Alabama. He was \\' i La grippe coughs yield quickly] to to -.-rV.rou, I IL. Iotlnr I.
wedding day and to be hraas a lion.
Smith, of New York and his (' ] the wonderful curative qualities .
t''f'' To Bodies Recovered. Aceordir.fc'Iy another wedding day i' L.iuiidry r r
tials were a i-prtificate from j Foley's Honey and Tar. There I is
f I ,f Cairo. 111. April :1'ii -.Two more was named and John shambled' torhtirch. i nothing: .-e "ju>t aa pood.V.. A.
Ixviitone of a white woman his finger in his mouth. He'' promo court of Mississippi, "- j i D'AIetnberte j 121 :South Palafox

I and\ one of a m-srii man. have been stumbled! up to the altar rail and when formerly livfd. Today it I[i treet. ALL WORK C. 0. D. GoeflsCalkiftrnilL( L ? '
his bii'-inei-s in till'Iallama ; .
i (( -
taken from the Htt.sburg! wreck. The everything st f-med to ne going handsomely j
f ; I aoman's J"idy was i.n dly!| burned so i 1 his nerve main failed him. HeI to make a case against' the I i iartule SCHOOL srrruios' TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

1 that |11":11\; IJentifiotion was impostibte. had no void' to speak or strength in of the constitution '
i I appeal> to the ; At C. V. TlininpMin'tt No. 11 South
\ court i
f supreme WALKER
i # but owlDK, to the location in his knees to bear him up. He turn- INGRAHAM Manager.
I United Stat -s. He is be I'aUi.a. ,
p wbJrh II... lady was found Itas sui I It. ed. and gathering all his strength fled to here j
months on the : i Besides the standard lines of sta- ,
enterprise. He
II |
t. ': pored to be that of :Mrs. Clay (freeze.ot from the hurch. [
at the request of the tioury we have in tint?, with envelopes -
t : '
'T. 1 t'uiontowy, lI Ky Again Mary caused his arrest and j | j I
I I again he promised faithfully that ho organised here among: the nl' |i i iI ii Royal to Crystal match Bond.Hurd's : j I -l -L W. B. WRIGHT
I fighting the i COGIPANYV
Civet Clean Bill i new constitution T ft
to Cuba. would overcome his terror of a wedding j ; Holland Bond j
i I I 1Cashrclnn.! April 2').--I>r. A. H.Pf Hut he failed. apain. Then for i!I whit h raised !:_M at the initial :j I Ladies' Art Stationery. I ,'i .

t ty. heath otj': fr for the port of''1 the fourth time the friends of John !, tug to pay an attorney. The : Foreign Mail, Ktc. I tI \ : MA.M'FACll'KEKS AM UKAM'.X: : *

"I t S"W fork was here Thursday and and ,; of a asp involves an appeal] i Artists' Material Office Sup- -
Mary were asked to witness their i
j : .i: thp plie;,. Memorandum Book, Etc. < : ; ; :l
f i e rwr>ram -n<1ed! that hereafter (juarautlfie wedding. last Easter day.i !j I by some one -r- LUMBER LATHS
I' sca'ti.'t repyvls from Cuba be not i imfwrrd Feeling confident that she had at rPj1trd. a jury trial and a |j All new and bright. ,

'. It has len customary to :last won. Mary set out to church :i fore the supreme tours of this ;|, iLLLL.I SAWED CIPBESS81NGLES; '
j Buy a new garden hose -Blii'D'I.1; I ; ;
\> I detain chips: from Cuban ports throe Again the wi-ddinu chimes rang but \

t{ 'I da) '. Or Doty h," lures rescinding thy sent dread into the heart of tho I Will Become National Bank.Harnesville. from the 1 Willis{ Hardware .. -- I'fXI'I.lO 1.\. FLA

h I \ thl reputation! ; would as>!it in estaljrloser bridegroom., He fled the city.Several : Oa.. April 2C: Company.i .

\\f ? I t. liphtng "omintTrial relations I days ago John returned to I Hank of Harncsville. which I i i

,; aUh Cuba There Js no yellow fever his home ganized here about four n '(' I ;
and met the now Mary. iwi'I
II.epidemic!' In the island. she went to the olfiie of Justice of'', will be converted into a national PROFESSIONAL CARDS. t ROYAL mm \WIIISI\E\\' \ \

., : ---- the'pi,,!;. of P.'lthlIIho, an,1to.II i' with a capital of |3.'BOO The I .. ........ -.----..------------... .

To Open 400.COO [ |'of the corporation will be the |
} John will appear in ('11I11 t. j' W. C. MONROE
1 Waehtneton. April :".- Th" house "Church weddings failed! Mary National bank of Harr.esville. I i 8 Years Old, in Cases .11 Full Quarts, at! S3.20 per cm I

i cation was!' ma.le tc
fItImmlUIIf- the '
Indian affairs has ( '
reV -, ystr-rday. "but John won't get I
plnted a bill) np'-nlns to settlementrre 1 out nt that courtroom until:! I am his 'of the: currcr.ry some days ago \I ATTOJIXKYAT1 All Till:' WHISKKYi-: : di-tiH-datt'-\ : i I

444/WIII of Kiowa. Comanrhe charter the same has been ,'. : .
and wite. Distillery, :i lid N fully nl!-itur, .d i 1&
H risiiKt: m n DIM: ;.
Apache land In Oklahoma. Tle open- I upon favorably, and the state j before bottling. it.= ab-"lutly |iur>- ant JI
talc l. to o< rttr within three months : will be converted into a national I MWM M BB H MHB M HH celled in quality by any \ of ttP! _:inno '

after the law itos into .'tT-, t and the ; BRUSH AND PEN. I IJ. next we, k. The officers are: W. C. ROWE, M. D. matter where prod'ured. Ttie Ituyall"t l Ii V

land are to be taken undtY! the -- l r.t. 1 L. O. Renton ; vice / '! ( i is ei lityears oM when !bottled and, C"ii-, :

!I /ra1 provtxson fI of the homestead! laws cen- I'aliuerMon Cil-Martin.; : the Irish R Smithy: :: rashitr.: A 11''ral'Curn ]' Ottice: t. ', S. I'alalux. its the excellent market jii.ility that is the cheapest w .
sitcicty i iinter, is to remarried ttbisdirorrerlwifc. hours ( s tofcB.'' in. and to p. inToVlock at price. A+ a beverj/- ,
Eczema and Itching lIud IIft..r an absolutely pure -tiinul.uit! there i- I.": I'
PIowe-Maligna-.lnCanton.China. Through the Blood-Costs Shipped in caes (cntitaiiiiii r no mark- w' r ,
l..'.t1 'larkiii;:ton, author of "Thf Phone G.3. indicate .
Wuhat..n1'1'11 :2';5.- Consul Merj4e i! to Try It. I I II Iti contents. If pureha-er. x. i

\ a' 'al''n. has cabled th" state i i i Ceutli'inaii; I'riiiu Indiana" and "}lot: H. I!. !'.. Botanic Blood i the whiskey, j is not .ati-tled with. tl.! ,1"cau .
de.pArtm' nt that bubonic plague: has sn-iir Iti-nueuiiv.; is KM.H to miirrv I return the name: at our expen-i- '
now recoguizeU a< certain GOLAYGrist will be refunded.All
bnthen not In .'anton in malignantfetm I.OUIMrietcher, an ItnlianaiMilis; ;girl. >= = .
I j Tie! late Jean I'aul I'lanUrln. the cure fur Kczeina. ltchillklu.; : order* should be accnuipanii ''I 1 Icurr i
IN1at nf the itetmtmert aH'earani\\a"o nf also Y"flW'!! in- hllltl""III'| "- laititcr has been a .vu !. ; ] money order.V\ refer t-. hu-: v-
I i ters Pimples Aching: )
trver at Pat; amal-. -,ho. Hufi-li- .- (Juiana.o 1 ri'ford which at the has few salon iu.ils.| sncc lie 1V,0;; wa a'I!!, Joint-s, Boil, (':IrJJuuel..-. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop i,, I p Hank or any ineichant in I'eti-jic-l.t.!
Pain in the Skin Old Katinjc : '
iiinoty-one at his death. Mannrllctcfl'nCHOICt
i Terp-de Boat Destroyer Launched.VHnnneton 'L'lcers.!'. etc Botanic Blood
\ l>. I I. April! ;,. Th tor- "Tlie fntilUil I'lfUr i k the title! "I taken internally, cures the ( : :\U-\I-\S I) Pt'IIKINtot'NI S. A. FRIEDMAN.

,do l lH>a' li!..triiv.T Hopkins has been the "novel of thirteen cpiMXles"liicli I* by {' ; STOCK "EEHI'lItronllO :
i Mr. icurge Mutirv is writing. In-kind II I purtfyiugaud vitalizing the Home Industry, for there It f ,
i hum .
.Iaat 'h.' ol the Marian Avery remon you should huy vnar Meal ant tom( SOLEV 1'.lin:1": I'.1' I f.
t 4 Hull; '11:<.. nrtli unipany. in this rity'rbe i is the stct'iH of the INN.k.:1 purtioii U if th..r..byivlu a healthy s Stock Kced from the HOIIIH Manutuctarei
: which is to I... publiMic' in I Irish.r.inl ply t 0 the rkin. Kot.inic Blood I : :(or by 10 doing you encourage home Indus (
i !.r >t. n.nn ceremony was icy i I" the only cure tolay try. Your money ,Ipftin th.4 eommanlt t1ISKE1 O. uox HH. ll.l.l.rilosK ngjfl
I.louet Max o'Uflli! lias : I and you In tarn are Indirectly brneaitid
I IMm.-.1! \ Mrr. Aim3.,uld Masts, ofT ( just ther-e awful luinoying ,kin
tottering the home manutnoturer
\\'.,bIDI:08.t. : .t'II''flltt' 1 his tifty-fnurth birtlnluj! yoc
I Other reutediemay relieve I IB. contribute to tbi cuiHPof labor. You oat t d.A IRlOMAK '
This is the thirtieth It to thf comtnnnltT hlcb haudlivery! eli-- .f LUlu.( "- -
year uiinhcisary B. actually ("in.*, heal. in you llvn lint .
t. : of stitch enatrlhatPttn.nar.aCDOrt Y bulk or bottle wt..I""al.l or retail: at ,, n .1
I*.'nl, r.. I'jiiiiinf IN "I.t his going: Knglatul as the correoudeut N -"n', and give* the rich -.- .. are way down.
4 cf, certain l't(uth papers' health to the >kin. It. B. B. ,e
by heal upplicatioiis! a< they cannot the broken-down L.alld\ AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

( rllUk'h the JI..II..I| |portion tlf the tile blood! red and Ilouii-hntg.: ; [ T *aurels .
: .r. There i I.. only one wiy to cure PINFEATHERS.llatnp HIKKI voluntary te-timoniil-:
t daalfNieI. and th.:+t i i' l by eon.tituV' 'hv Botanic Blood Balm B. AAAAAAAg ain !

I 11oa..1 reineille.. l 11":1 Ifu,:,% i i.. ('.l 11.,1( houses .':iu>e mopishuec<. Druri-t-: ; 1. Trial .. ATfci WOOD !
: by an inri.itiieit t condition <>f the nm- \Vbi-u fir-t batclieil. turkeys are ten and prepaid: b}' writing Blood ,. >* made Uw Cold COAL.
; <( "4"111 of tit.1 1 Ku-achi.iti: ". dryer ban chickens.The Co.. Atlanta.: \iI. De-erlbe Medal Award to
:, \Vhett tlil* tub. I intl.uiii'.l! have and free
you phliiKi nt ,,'.1 fowl 1 tend< trun -' medical advice :ivei \VK EXPECT TO Sl'l'PLY A MI'CH LAHUKK
; nunhliiiLuii| ..r iintu-rfWi hear I. ...... I....... .. ..,. ,._ _... __ ,_ cured. I.W.HARPERKENTUCKY TRADE
I tale and when it i" entirely cl.?edl Ut llrlllt'l- "U lIItT""III_:; l'af". ; ,- THIri WIXTKIt THAN t.VKU HKKOItK.:
4 ..fur+..I' tit,' result alit! unless' <;,i,itl flc !!ng; and pio.1 care will\ I Know One "Mire 1(1'11I..IJ
;) lnrtjiiiiiiiatt<.ii can be taken nut li.ce! etin i-oininnii fouls more purr (..ran oi.aei! .J. IIK I iiiii- !

'. and thin tub rr!.tn!>(t t" its normalcondition. tluitire.Fowls. WHISKEY SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOinZ.

lie( riiu' will he d .?tr< yeti

!J I t, l..fer ; nine 'ca.e.. out of t n ..ire'earti for may cat too much :grain ormeat Tie Happy Y Home o 'Ze l Gold***see '" Thompson Olsen & Co.
by catarrli., which i i- nothing their health! but rarely toe ScwOrlcaiH fUo :"it WnjM .
much milk.Whole
Nit an 'intlauieil cmutitinu+ of tinIUUCOU >rM< ru
4, I ( *llttaceVe -. wheat and like !oo.lii, furnished h ome. th foU ')3. Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

h.' }! \ will ;,, ive One. Kuiiiiretl! Dollars starch and feather making properties tj- fjtaiiu can supply

f.t.r acv t' |IeatnrcabPd, by and less oil to the blood. with all needed in the Sold I li by DaniilitissEr Bro .
eatarrII l,: t1 ..itaniiut be cures by
I HaH' i' it.i-i" t' ('in. :i-iiil for oi- A healthy fowl I do. s not need condi- of house furnishings .- ----. -- -------- --- --- A. :::M:
!:vu jM.wders, egg: fool or other prepa- .
t'Jttt"\\I 1'01.,1..0j pa-rtt.vus, but wboloome ai.d \uriedHaving invest prices cash or

If Ie1Jb., .t Tn- to.1
t, ty 11 I WING HOP r & 60 $ '' -.-K-'S: KllO AltWIIOU'"tK

: CANDY CATMamc 1>, a Run on flemedy.Hetwcen Chamberlain's. Cough OONST1PATIO'I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

tie!! !!on r- ,of eleven bare ii"r 14 daj. at a time .... importer and ii. aIr73 :;)- HARDWARE.

o'clock a. ui. and closing/ tune at moTrmrnt of the buwcli. tit :*ii-,:
I.\ 111 QI re u"m eirvttt tr u&it.,: Ii water li '
.... t TnctliU. sight ou Jan. :!.::'th. I ll! tb.I n !Ie d\ .ntla: tln.e I Iron, Nails, Axe. ;Shovels yaw :Mill .
Ccaw.a stamped C C C. Nmr road: !nbuiki rup-iri; it. Glade :S;'nn-,=. Va.old rtth '.:I hetrdat' bitntrerfi mdarf .. and ?--Tf-am it
tw...'f ol the dca'tr ..ho tntan til e CA- : ;; Fancy Goods, : ur'plitl'o'Jklu ig and Heating :stoves.' Faint. ,. I.
Cough ReiiiKiy. CO" baTe fi me : ra' .\uucs a dai, Window Glass, Gun, PmoU and KMiiuz; Tackl-.
i "lomtthlll, just ai jood. Ipsay: : -I ntvr was rlcb I WI oJ: i.veilK'iOf.T e.-I i, w'-... ;
handled TEAS
a mediem.ttctt: *old better I.neb a icUet A' I.lIR L ? and
or gave: better itifaruo', to myu..tonf l-z1llu..e..ll : sate:;; Tinware and Honsefiiriiisliin) l"and"
tI I rtlrrr, Late .'f money to be made: rThi" been 31 South Palafox St.
HI r..l of it. A real e*. iu general )"a* "AOEXriFOU BIRMINGHAM ROLLING: MILL lmll'Aw.1
in Vir
;: =t' .ni.i't..i' CANDY
a many Laundry Office. PIt=:3cola. Fin
r Utr'itii l.01 uoIu.\lIy\ tlJ.t'r.b.trd to'{ Thos. Watson k rear. and. the people there: are welltrquaintP CATHARTIC Kevere GiantPitched Miiny.: ; Nnrthainrt-.n: .n Kn< rv

Co., the leadilif Beat Estate: nnil. 1 with it- exf-nt. : Wheel I Co., Liftin & hand Powder Co.. J..tti-.n- K ilomine j.
-. )la.Y..1 at'IO : .iy t' -tift.d Iron Kinsr: and Buck
natr *..II;" <>:!er< which! it would Stove and H"1f':1
:" the! inu.irk.ible cure- w '.h. It. atfectpd. 1 t Coup & Co. d Haw Hi'Je Lace J. Mu-ur.
fr laetti: your 'II'II.!! t"'oIn-hf..r. Go = atl"r. -
atul unerht-n: today and don't wait. you need oi': MAOt twa atwnato Made Railroad Color.
: ;: l f itrr.'w' eli 'ble medicine fora: I'ou. ..rci.r ThI'P tny: t'::;>,::IC3: ire supdor
> attack of the crip; use t'b (n.borain's to Bulsnm of l)paitrs! Masonic! Tempta. & Pfml\U'nla. FIR.
Cough KcUi 1'1
sy \.u arerrtain ,
and Injetlou"
1'/f'f11,1 'Is and to be more r 10 r-i-( ia wit 80.1.A \
t glass
a ant. Pa'.aat: Potent. Tote T.etyt17iu4L! a'st.P
he quick care w..c'. it'iflud-. for GOOd. ."nr ",,-..... weuen.orl.rre.Nc
V builders hardware at the ale by all dru;"1-t- a.d: medicine ... CURE CONSTIPATION. isms I', a'th'.at 'llyin" n- l ''niliI.IPlltIiN II m rrery bet el tM rst *

H I 'HI is Hardware Co.'s. IJ i I 1ealer 4 I I lu ay a..ey(..,..,.(k..loa&roaIo ,a t ccfe WI P it, at I nRGGSTS{; I I c8 % : Laxative Bromo-Quinine
{ -- Yo l'a'Y'the rtmedl IbM CWM aid U a/ **/.

__. -_ ._ __ _-=--'=- _::.. _.-. --- .--- .... --.._ .. _- ------.. --

-----,-, ..__. .- >/ ''''''''''-'': ". ",_ _-. ...".'""""" ._. _. .7- ...'-.!'<_-..-"'- -..,. .; .C'._ --,-.__"-.... -- --- .' _.,"'_-- _"_...... ..__ "'" _._ .....-... _. <. _. .___. ....".-- S

f i ;

i 'I:

i1ri1 i it

t, I t'''


:..;; THAT CHAPTER.i DROWNED iN OCVULGEE. I It is the right of every child ii iiI j I :.

to be well born, and to the .. t
I ,) i.1. (3rrnibut! Public Building Bill-Carries i j j'i A chapter on Scott's Emulsion -' Young Hough Atter' :ted to Swim to I parents it must look for \ : I
; of
Appropriation 515,000,000.V ( .
.p.! "'.,. Overturned Boat and Was Drowned. health and : *

,. \ 'tii' ,... .\Jri! ;?Hepresenta- !'! often holds a prominent Mat ox Ga. Apr24i; ;.-J. D Heh< I happiness.How :- :

"' ...... .tkr.: \l I, ii .,: of Nebraska, will intro- i position in the histories of I"Jr., of Macop. asw-1; 19 years was inconceivably

4 ,i ill.;, in t'" li"u.-e to-!.ay the omnibus weak children. drowned; yesterday atterr.oon in the preatis ;
.siu4j i ,
;:. I'u::, ui. 11-13 bill, agreed upon by his Ocmuljpe river.! :9 miles! ;;; below thIs the parents ,

I \ '. ".....,,,,. i MinnMei' ar"! nn next Monday a spe- 1' The gist of that chapter, city! and about 1 mi'e:! above the Brunswick responsibility and how important that ,........j,1) iJ. "--

.. ., bridge. He was a son of Captain G ear no taint of disease is left in the blood :
(ti' p ..I! ru. will! be presented to the usually: reads like this child : r
to be transmitted the child. the most '
helpless entailing .
I ,,'I..- tur, tbionsiJ i ration of the J. D.: Ho' ?h, who was for y -ars general :
: pitiable suffering, and marking its little body with offensive .
weak thin i rr.acasT of the Jlir'-foster mills.
'. II T'iInv The bill will provide: for pale no appetite, i
sores and eruptions, catarrh. of the nose and throat, weak glandular
.. The dot eased\ was a WI'known!! : eyes,
i. 1O1 i. 'It. ilt>dte ard a"Jtt> without fretful, weakness left over from !| and swellings, brittle bones white swelling and deformity.How .
.. lOUD man employed at t :
> ', ;?unt; tor amendment. The bill!
; grippe or other disease. Began :'' yule! wood yards.! It was nearly night; can parents look upon such little sulTerers and not reproach"} Co. t d. < aiy I authorizations for public '' themselves for bringin so much misery into the world ? If you have j

'," I 1:1: .%L* iti r\er) state of the union small doses Scott's i lietore the n' ws of the drownin! ::: disease in how well ,
Emulsion lurking system can developed :
:. i O. j reached Macon The body had not any your you expect
\1' i !'"!a\\are and Idaho for which I '
healthchildren ? Cleanse blood and build health and
own ,
rcr. : -- I have .' t. no bills were introduced. In all i} three times a day after i been recover-1' ant searching: ;; parties I you have not only enlarged your your capacity for the enjoyment up your of the pleasure r

i: re ..r.' 17.'. authorizations: in the I! 1 left the city at once for the scene of ,
*e Dandruff meals. No apparent change of life but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and uiad I
1".1 ugrzatn ( $1.:. "IU.IIII1. ] IlriY.vning. The (-1 rrer.t of the i mankind healthier and happier.

r the past! ', I first week. Then ; river is very swift at that I'nt; ant "
In > f iluwme tits! the Ura't: of appetite' There i* no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated stubborn blooJ

: founjJ it on i o.-t ": ,;"":'it! i b'.nldincs,! i is ir.rrpa.setl: I improved, then strength increased !i the the boiy may hawl eJ far down troubles as S. S. S. It searches out c\en hereditarypoisons ,(

\t..n.III/-y. Ala., frum JlS;;.lO;;*; to 'lreaI:1. ., and removes every taint from the Mood
$.:., ',.-. I then child more lively, : and builds up the general l.c.ilth If wr-iUmps .

Tan a. I I'll. J325.i.M: : ) to $3 ;::;. slept
in '
a Mrs Duncan Must
Id i., .W tri.. Ca., $I'." .'ni4I to ?I i:5".'iil 0t. Jury Again. I' putting then on a ipun-e uf S. S S at once. It M l

-- "! ,,' t I/t. $1.3: !:.:: to $10:1;' :: : ;:;;;; weight, better color in the face." Atlanta. April 2 i-Judge J. H. Lump- a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects and can be taken
kin. of the superior court. fiis-'d the I
both old and without fear of bad results. .
,. : i' a '.ni't $I7"." ". by young any
I And
11-I -1 ; $153.047: : iW.47.;; so it goes till the child writ of habeas corpus; which was Write us about your case, and l ht: our physicians aJ\is and h< Ip you.

I .l.k.,4I.! ntl. X. C.. $1W, to $120-: ; i is reported well and strong. sought to secure the r"!( ase from jail This will cast you nothing: : and we will also send onr book on Mood and I

of Airs I MoIIie! !: I>
...- I I Kady unlan. and re- indxsea,; ,. THE AWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. G..
Sounds simple enough and niandeu the riscp' to th. < lI" of
I I" t...'nd!' Va. $;.H\; ::!> to 591.G2S; ;; ,
the t-heriit. The Sect ut t- III'dln!
,ii: .: "'.-ii li: nil j7i.t;; .tM it is simple-Scott': Emulsion
is that Mrs. Hnnran nnt again: : fac -
:'i ',;>h.:!>. 1'. nn. Jl>'tti2C3; : to $7r>0323.I"uia. is MOFFETT'SrTEETMINC ,
just what the weak child th DR.
a jury on ? rK--se of tl:. mird r
: >. T. x., $.G.IIt!! ;:; to JSOtl..IIa.!!; *
r CiMt Touch.I of her hus'iar..1! Polipemn" J I'r.s ,t. '
AI'wllnl'rla! V. !!i .7i'\:1: to $1a..i': !l.liiilt' l. needs. ; .
!''. Duncan. Her attorneys I 1. ,'.\ '. zit
\.:- Tfi.!: : $174.a4* to $574-;; '
'. .j,1 I Send r.r I're' !cime.! nounee that they will n'i'; ,ti to the
.1$' A I
I i. it.l t. SCOTT n.Wih sUjll"l'me0111 1. .
:l1Ijh. 4 ', Pearl St., N. Y.
Nu ;i.f)!t N'ws'a.., tllli.: ( 'D to J231U.mie ; \,. .
r tiHK !h.I l lr. -- --- --

;. .1 l by T h | Grant L'irtnday Celebration. { POWDERS)
Shot in His Left Leg. t
( a.. $: !.1"ttO $ 7lOt.
f .
K.-i.j aid. New York. April( 2S-General i V. S. Cures Cholera-lnfantum., Diarrhoea.Dysentery and the Bowel Trouble ol Ch'"dr.n ./
N- rt'iiu. "!,' ;j'i.fKH). For all kind of cores, burns, .
> Jl-'i", to J::: ,
I Grant's birthday! whic-h falls on Sunday Aim l/| Aids Digestion Regulates the Bowels. Strengthen the Child and MAKKS
i AppropriatMnb are made on condl- l brujt'i'. or other woutid reWitt'sWitch I TEETHING: EASY. Cure Eruptions and Sore. Colic. Hive and Thruth.,e. i
will he celebrated tonight by a i Hazel Salve i i- a sure; cure. and prevents Worms TEETHINA Counteracts and Overcome the Effect ol th.
'If $000. 'i l 1"1'1 that bit's are sold ta the UnitedMat. Summer's heat Teething Children. and cost only 25 cent at Druggists
'I dinner given: by' the Grant Monument t kin di-etises yield to it at once. upon
\ r I'L"uu lor* .'* at a nominal cost as follows: association at the Waldorf Astoria Never faiLs In cae* of piles. Cool-: mail 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. St Louis. Mo.

-. 't'raU11 Oairiesxille. FU.. JJS.OtH). I General ranville; M. iKvlge will pre[ in? and healin:{. None aenuine but ,

v Ij".1 com R.X-K! Hill. $. C.. J33.0UO.; DeWitt's. Beware of couuterfeitr.
side.' ) The principal speakers will b< I>O'OJ1I..htom"II..1l1t1..ntraan i 5'
MartlMvllle.! Va. IJri.uOO.Pelnm : : "leutfered; for many years from a I f ..
< t ID Uuir of Senator BOYS : d GIRLS !I nioii v d"I" o"r- lucni-nt If
I J. C. Utirrows. of Michigan !!
I 1 ni.a .. LiIrli I'hrn. S. C.. U'"I"IIQ. : ?ore caused: by a gun; ;;shot wound in I Ij '<'. you can rrit.lilv di. ,0. by
ra J. Watson: of Indiana; Champ Clark:, j in my I left leg:," !says A. H. Fuller lag "Blueine.| ." 19) per rent comrommn! on all .ial!I" An litii.t..uahue:. artwl- (jrh.iuthola !
A'a.. ? ..>'" t u-e. fcvery Iii Iy Is d..hllbted when they see It. One beet 11I1111. the rtartlBlu :
of :Missouri and General Thomas H.Hubbard :. English, Ind. "It would not heal
.. ,
Ath.-ns.' Ca.. STa.rt'M I "tcr you ever u4ed in me Ah.V rite toolaIt..f. >re jour territory I... taU by.
of New York. Others whuhave and gave much trouble. I ued all I >,<""I! one eli.\ '. and we will send by re'arn mail: on- ,ilnii-n Jla'lIlIltl'i, ur Blu mt."
Nan he/. Ml 3.. $75.0'V; ). been invited Thomas B.I kinds of remedies to no purpose un- When you bl\"t sold\ them return us; vr., retaining tbr bilance. Jifca< y.ur coiutui** "
are bo .,.
i sion not itelay. hut w rite! at on.IIr.I'S
Miss til I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel
1'11'(1. $l"MrtoO.Purhara I
F E. Reed Samuel Sloan, General A. G.I.MeCoik :i.\. MAM'KACIl'KINO: CO. l'<'Ir.| $7'1,1"IIIolrli. ( \'|''. Salve.: A few boxM completely !
] General John R.
Brooke', -
(; 1 i I. $::15.111),), (\cured me. Hargi i* Pharmacy: John f
I General O. D. Howard and Nicholas!
hheppard, Sidney Kahn. :
r"f -o.wn.. S. C.. $ t&.O;) Fish. $2.OO i A--\ Every Woman I

S".,'runrmrp. S. C.. llO.
nlotte-Mlle. Va.. $73.iMM;; ). I I Stop: the Tlckllnc, I WILL PAY FOR THE i iI .\ 19 lolrrrfct J unit ull t! mMkiwwI .. wviHlrrfalNHRMl I
! Will Be the Fifth and Last
BRAWNER I' i'i., l Utter appropriations: for aDd Qiuck & 4j i;1'"Tl'.o la d*' .rUaX. I l Whirl.nq Spray I
Haleish! April 26.-Judge Walter t .. ... .
', TI.h.. .I ... ".
I I." !,!.ian 1 sites there is a proviso j jt Jacksonville .. ,I.' I..f. I
C Clark the of that | tlJ.
compiler monuraen- .
| ... ......
... \I. '
t t- i' tl L' io-t of the site in ea<'h u'e tal volume "The History of the North + -- ::;-::.-:... : .. It 4.......,._.t.,.

ah i nut eIM! 15 per cent of the to- Carolina Regiments in the Civil War" I PUBLICITY FOR 11 's,.sr L.:;..,..h, ..,,- I
'.1! atiirnir.t fixi-J Daily Metropolis ; i II : Ibe .... .
WILL OFFFER sa.\s the fifth and last volume will appear 5 1\ItS .'n''I'........'.,.',..... ( .'

Aipr| "pnat'on for sites: j jTf. in a fortnight. It will be of 850 i ipaues THE PEOPLE. Nh.r.t"I..01..rf..rn.. '1. .
!I |l''Il1mar. t".k -" M llt-tM: \rf.4Io. ..,
1"'il"UlOUth. "a.. $11'.0.:; and! will contain ofall FROM NOW Iii,1 i-irti' ilia,".."1"1
FOR .+- at appropriating! 52.000; !M'' a history ....u.. l.I!!.., .It.II\ln._ t 't)..

M'i'-"n. (Ha. is amtndcd so as to allow J the !great; battles in which these h\ery Word Costs You a Cent UNTIL DECEMBERJJ902.I i[ ;Room.ic Times I'.IJ.N>' V',.rt. .
II troops particdpated, the history of the
and .
$7.: ""4'\. E\erl Word i is Head -- --
North Carolina naa list of the
I'tovislnn! I N male for rpports as to ; i By Eterjbody. CO'eringthe entire of tLei F. M. WILLIAMS a I
North Carolinians paroled at Appomattox I cope I :
ONE) WEEK t*l" .apacity; of the puhlir )buildings : -.
and index to all the writers for the wwwMONIV Political Campaigns of the Year. i
at t! f'IJ:01win2: ; cities with a view to CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
f.\e volumes. 1.000 in all: also AD index 'l'0 LIN1).

irm-'iiii; r"w quarters-: to all names, 171.r>no. There 13 ..,. -- - .. .. .. A DRF5S ;

Jak-ii\iIe.' Fia; Hntmton, Tex.; i iKt..H.1l1 ,much other important matter MOXKYTOLOAX-Onhonwhold{ : : furni CARTER & RUSSELL Estimates Promptly FurnIshed "
of *
p> rsonal -
'. Tfnn Greensboro X. C. -I r-
i! property. Ternii fai.v strictest Building; of All Kind.
i frecy nudroatceil. Apply to A. A. isher! PUBLISHING CO.. '
President Roosevelt; Will Attend. :s"''! outh )PAlafoxMOXKVTO lrt'l't. .
-- -
New York. April 26.- ---- J.VrKSONVlLLE !f
Presjdent LKXDon unproved r.-al ,\s-; FLA.
j ]Roosevelt has promised to attend the s or small ..moiat lit low CHOICEST"
7 (One) I Price I In Terms of Withering Sarcasm Scores :' ratt.'soC Interest fall on Lrslie Brooke. I
Editor Appelt. Jubilee celebjatjon, of the centennial!! : attorney at law, :i\-! +, H. Falafox fet., 1-h-r I ->rr _'
mlblton! building. 8aim! !'I I _
i of Prcsbjtinaa Home !} effort! POLITICAL
Minr.Inir.! S. r.. April 26S.natnr i .

B II Tillman today addressed,! a rrowd, !and to speak: at a massmeeting to be TONEY: TO-IA\-Uoyoa n"ed money? ( ;
i held in Carnegie hall Tuesday even- L U You cfln borrow any amount you want :. FRUITS ANDq0NPECTIORERY
of ali.tnt 1.:,10 jicojde heie. The edi : j i lo-dnv on 1'1I'\I"st ternu and lowest rat..9anyn : ( f :

Cash House tnr nf th" Olareu I m i ing. May :!IJ. This meeting will be the 'nere obtamable.on .proved city real ANNOUNCEMENTS .
; county newspa culmination of the celebration which j jw I'stale-Crom \> m. fuher, 2u4 i fcioutb J'ala-I'
per I.out .\ Appelt.! formerly an fox street. ln-tf 1 I IIt' -.\'
ill be one of the features of the melt. -- -, '. -.--- .- ------- -_._-- 1'I
Tillman. but
f fmore ini; of the Presbyterian !general; assem- YOU WANT TO BOKKOVV MO.NEY For State Senator. C.
recently a more ardent ad'Qratl' i i monl'y.ln.or.. your property pro-I i I APOSTLE'S
of omraereial Democracy" and bly. The latter will con\ene In the oureabstractsof title buy or sell ral es The friend* of Hon. W. A. mount J t.

.iipporter of Senator McLaurin. had i Filth Avenue chun'h, Filth avenue and ]tate rents rent collected prop..rty or your of any tax description,. attended have to, !hereby announce him as a candidate H East (hraraeit St.

for -veriJ Fifty-filth street on :May 15. i 011 on or address Thos. t:. Watson .t Co. for State Senator from tin. the Seci J it.
1 : -4 prettiest lino ofF months n-.ade numerous -- - -- Real }tate and Insurance ag nta.. Fensa-,i I ord rier.atNial District, and respect1fully I i Formerly
< har:.;es auanist Senator Tillman. The Makes Uncle Sam a Prohibitionist \c cola Kla. Charges moderate. To everyone : a-k the support of all Demo-I CordovaRetaural5tan3< : 1
who bua
ured Lawns at rhnt's fell:: flat before Washington. ArI! 26.Senator lot from as w will lend money i I One car-load of
Tillman's statem Mr- w ith build a hOu,,,. Sd-tt 'crat* for r.imat the comic::; primary. : Pineapple at $1.75 4 r
nts. and the accuser Cumber has introduced a bill 1 to I2.0U per dozen. It
witha prohibiting
was met
7. S. 10. 12', and 15c -- "or' iti-iil- -- -- i For I! ''_ _ _ _ _ _ 'ii
t"rll'nt cit withering >anasm.vhuh the sale of intoxicating liquors in ........ --- .... - Representative. |i i Ii;
nnndnd "nm" I.rf''nt of Tillman's all gu\trnuieiit: buildings.I :'. E.p.T\\tn; : ..IYfUrnl- IJ..Jroom lit The friend* of Scott :f. Loftin take I
___ __ U GK.NKKU: I
.' : Ml'IItUl'U: : I.
doz 35c Percale f.. rro cnmpa.jn: 'If l,:M. n South fiprinj itreet. aBU this means of announcing;: tim as a I

-;. Saved Time.Iin't -- -- candidate for pre-entative in theI4eristature I II I!
: 'natfir T.lmin:: took the npportuni I Many a
Following H
I the
Shirt Waists at I :\L\.LI 1111..l' W\.NTl). I from E-cambia county. schedule of the I II
ti finn'i"nhi colds I
ty .IS'It'ws of the status; neglect; coughs ant! ---------------- and government steamer General
they the support of all i I French
lOco of the South; Carolina: Democracy and! 1 even if it i, -prin Such" cases of- ""*I'LES DJ I) wate' pmd min" ..ho learn Democrat in the coming which THE XKWS ;;
iT. harbtr trudw with ui. only two months : primary. I Ii I I print for the
'>f hi, nlations! thereto. He paid aj j ten: re-ult reriouly at this reason rutre.t by o,ir mrtbod. frf>- clinic, pert : benefit of the merchant who!
arm trlbuti'! to the late General i initrucuonc etc" Mpecial' oTt-r tir-t nftfcn 'I i For Representative. hip
'just j because carelp : .. A ;
; people are ; dntsin.Mar. Write todiiy, Moler Fartit-r their good* to the varioin _'
ioz. 50c Percale i I lUmpton; de< !larei the abtdiite. neces :i doe; of One Minute Cough Cure will i Collt-ge!!: >*w
Mart! Waists at ..11\: for part solidity in this state." remove all dall?er. Absolutely. j I I announce him as a candidate for !I' : 5it

:i I .vin'ied .:i.nlltor Mcl.aurln's alt(' NI i t Act at once. Sure cure for coughs. ).ti.t.ii. '\'uut..... representative in the Lejjilature Leaver "I'Dsseola... ?:wa. m. I .
cold croup, grip, bronchitis and -- -- - : from E-cambL1 county, and request !!I, L..a\'es Karraucai' 7:-,. a. m.
35c. Infection from the Democratic party jai.d j \ loo,1 ollcitor: will pay i i I Ll'a\'t' I'lCken4 .. ":.'
siit'sti',1 that the ( other throat and lung trouble "I > > rood cominiisi'iii to right on.:1 the support of all democrats in the i II'II\'S Barrllnl'31 ,... ':lia.a. m
party exactouch have One Minute Cough Cure dress Ii.. cart this office.AVsnit nitf coming; democratic rrinmy. Li'ace. PenC'ola leulA m.
pledei-s of party fealty! from Arrives H"rrIlOll'l 11.|n au'd la.
candldatr '
I several years nys: l'o- tmater C. - a rn. then

.' 75c Percale as would rule out from nomination -,[I O. Dawson, Barr, 111. "It i is the very ..- -..--.--. -,----< .<.!.. -_. i I| For County Treasurer. I turn makes to a r.arrancai.Knrrancas trip to t-urt.Mcliee. and then re

s.i Waists at so-called Democrats of the Mr- j I be--t cough medicine on the market. \\'A.NTKD-Work 1 1 hy ds..rviuT dy with I: I announce myself a candidate for I!I LI'1\\! I :1.3 p. m.
: stveral
mall children to Sewin Leaves l'ICk"ol
Laurin tjpe. ( It has saved: me many a !severe spell ?. nur.iu. Anything. :.Mrs.Vilson support. ;I renomination for the po-itnn ofi I I I I."ve I'I'D.aCOIR ... 1:3 p.m.

50c. { of sicklier and I warmly recommend West darden' Street.'ATEIJBrgbt 1'1 county trea-urer of Escambia |i Ll'av..s Plck"DI 5:15 i Si> p. m.

it." The children's f.tvorite. -- --- --- coun'I I Arrive Barrancas 5'.., D in
.. ty, subject t to tt e action of the p. m. and uakn
\\ youth a
want po i- trlptoMelteeandrecurn.
| Harris Pharmacy, John Sheppard > 1 cratic primarv.
Br.nklng (>". i tloii as stenographer and cfflee assHtant. I I 1
I Sidney Kahn. Rapid writer. \\'lIa J. W. WednesdayandHaturdar; the
: ?'lualntl'l1ln FRATER. :
.lies i "
Linen and "Yes. paid the ingenuous; girl! bero-1 and '
Pique city. eiperlenced in busmesj. Address I boat will; leave JJarruncas v. l'Ick-
"'a III. "I h.i\e, decided to break with: C II V-ui.dty. ai'nf ens for Peniacola : I
i at 6:30
Skirts from How "s. Your Sldnrf -- ,- For Tax Assessor. p. m.
; I
i Hurioc: for ;:ood and all. T>r IIobM<[nr&uus l'iIscurallliiilnprH ...5.n. rult.1;. I The General French it for
hereby elf
announce my as a I I army
1 Die free 4Jurjflg1temedyCo..Chicag..ur N -
f. -
J"to, S2.bO.LiTHING. !' \\ hy. then are you sending Mm ,( --- -- -- 1.0)& ..\LE-Two-3tory brick store and I candidate for re-election as Tax Ase3sor purposes only and any outsider must .'
ytnir picture T "' {.wCh: "1'11 located lot.cornerof for Pcarabia] subject 1 have a pass from the quartermaster
275. HAC1NK IjAL>CHKS $275 county.
i "Well. I am sure that is the least I urtl"r HMrii and Cha4 streets. I-or price and I to the action of the democratic primary o take passage her. I

con do. lie refused to take back his The prettiest launch i; the Racine particulars. apply On premise l:)a-lm*, July 13.; 1-

!': gifts, and I wanted to make some re-1 i! Launch. 16 foot one-H. P., seats six. W. W. RICHARDS. =
H' I. !
t I'oR \ ;-\ denrahle piece of ,
runs fast. The Racine Launch propt'r.ty. i .
turn so I am sending him my photo- very 1' laree lot and six-room houso on ,i WEEKLY HCIIEDULK
is the one adopted by the Pan-Amer- (ha.t street. Ka, For Tax Collector.
i iA' v terms ror farther Information
X York: I'ress. I IMnilo 1
ftratlb.- ?w i i, ican Exposition in Butfalo because apply at NEWS offle or to p. I hereby announce myself! as a FOB STEAM DIVISION

A SACRIFICE. they are the best more reliable than Molonoy.Hkl: : Wet Ch.te street. JI.tC.L'U& caRdidat& for re-election as Tax Coli I PEN8ACOLA

i end raxilon. i any other; they are simple, seaworthy tALTle most desirable lot la i lector for Escambia county, subject'i !' KLtXTTHICTKUMWAj.;

iI "Sly daughter; remarked Mrs. A.. safe and full guarantee. T the city on ea.y torms. by the Klsher i to the action of tLe democratic prii t! IIAILWAY 00llPAJilr.
I Real ElUte Agency t ltl1l Sooth Palafoxv ,
"h.n &tvlope'iI a perfect passion forniUMC. Lippmau Brothers Havannah Ga., treeL I"alm I,i mary July 15. I, TnlniI leave Pel1laeola for

t. . . ..n.!", ." are agents from the manufacturers,I A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. Hiyon.Blg Iueouw.rri50,1 lbs, LJIII'
TA.NTED-ACI! kill;!' of empty beet: I, and Fort Barrancal taft
and stock of these boats at all \ at
'-I 1 wonder." observed Mrs. B. 'who i carry bOttUl. 8. A. YaIKD.A OOTltf I
: IV30. ) time; .sizes: 18 ft., 21 ft., 25 ft., on II I; - --- ---- -- ;'*) k.m.arrive at Von Barraneai Mia.
r''s next door. "if it's as strong: astbe I I i i 10DO a..m.arrlv at "'ora a
,t .175.1 :, hand to be shipped at a moment'snotice PotjIj1.ItI. I Harral1c..IOtt: L

!I I passion your daughter's music develops ; trial given: to anyone wish. ......... !I Mobile Oysters 1 1:1.0 lOOp.m.arrlye.trorC p. m. arrive at t ort Barran Harrancai ai .I:a SZ 2 J
..t.$50.1; in husband T' QINGLE COMB BROWN UGHOR 8:15p.m.arrlnat :16
i rny ing to purchase. ,:, .lp.1 Fort Karrancai T
neI081Yf'ly.otock and Eggs for !I DELIVERED I :"i .
!. \L. .. ... .$9 :.) : They nt.vt as strangers: now. IUrsrr.d i LlPPJIAN: BROrHERS, f."P ord.rJ1AI1C. lit WflIHar4wara&s. IIkt' TO ANY 8Cp.m.arrlveatyort Trains leave Yon Barranca T, I:4p.: .
PART OF THE CITY. Barral10al for Fiass-
mutt Savannah. Oa.
I cola at
., ... U 1t4)1 I (GOon;. I :FJNE I
FRUJT, 7:15am.arrive
lll. f) ('hlon. I I I at Pensacola 5-OOa,
.1. . .. .f 1.2,) Titus. SARAH BEIKV E-Mfknufactorr llf' ) p. m. arrive at Pel1laoolaI1.o Z
Stern Tat'ier-Indn't I tell you not i.U and dealer! In Hair Goods, Hats. Toilet THE>> UNION I %:00 p. rn.arrive at Peniacola__ I'ial'Z

t' :at .. . .. .11.75; t j cat! a;;-tin. s'.r'r Articles, Hair 011, etc.,S'a W. Government RESTAURANT, 55!)) p m arrive at Peniacola_ s'iV: a

Suat>r-l know. Hut I didn't call to PENNYROyAL PILLS Urflflt. =___= ==_ ,7:011 p. m.arrive at Peniacola_ ':.0 B
at .f22': ;i: Gea.i.e. = Flower,', For: KuncralM. : Frank L. Wilde 8:15. p. m.arrlT* tPeni cola_ I:ton'a: It Itpass
| wv your danghier. I came on behalf of r i / LJNSArK. .s..Mab'' l.sJtps.I.; torotfn I i I !:Iaturda yi only *

.. :. .t . . . ;; *{ '** *' ClllCHK->TLUt.X.Ll.MI" FOR FDN E RAL fornlilled>
our firm abuat that little' bill"Mem ,. KED .nl held afilw bniiitth ....< FLOWERS in Proprietor Opposite Union Depot. FOB Will DATi.Peniacola .
I bouquets or special deiirni
tI -.t . .:!;; to';' 1 Fatber-Er-er-call again will I -n.-b M nbSoa. 1I..u'.I.I.Take..,10.. .... lUfuM 1.11.. Mils Violette Moreno, 3 West Gregory Hensacola to to Nay Fort Barraoeai and relora .
ua. aoy.r 7..r D.u..l .aM4 k. obonoit-'S fOdlm y yard and return_ S
you? __ .. .. ,. I I Peniaoola to Palmetto Beaoh
b. PartirvUr T
1.r1e4tuJ l..aceli _ tlB l-U I Ip. and reiari
'- 1 I D u4 "KrHf r. L.JIr.." biur, CU'!.' Ut
ft r m br
r FWL1ti4.
. II A P S... I.L l'. MHITMnMMiu. !\.'''> ....,. LODGE aCIDLY ICHCDUDI. I
\--/ ..] tr. '.... '' FLOW EM and floral permit
; I|I DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA. I ""D..UII p'r"'. >! .ai... .o..r.. )'JUL.. f*. 1 CUT' deilgni ordered for caitomert Lelgnl- open coaches. tbe rousing II t

A cold at this! time if neglected I is -5 i phone Mill Vlolette IN. Moreno, K3! Welt Gregory 29dlm : Leave 9a.m.Peniaoola. tv fort Barru4. .

i liable to cause pneumonia which i is : PYTHIAS.PenMcoU I, 11 *. ID.. jo I..m.m..

F. : !\t) often fatal and even when the,: P J CURE YOURSELF tC Summer Law School. Lodge-, No. 3, K. of P. Ip.m.Ip.m. J ,....
I i. patient has: recovered the lungs are I. Btffl for noBttonlirnuctiu I Spa 'P... I

Brawneri weakened making them peculiarlyiusctptlble I I dbcharg.sIMmlL&UOflI UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. meets every Monday .Ta> 4 I
__ er nlctntiouc lug at-coo at Castle .p.m'a,
to the development of Hill I .
i bIvss. ( a acoii Bwmbr M. In Virginia moanuins. Sid8amm<>r. July In the Bloant -. Watsot Spa,
consumption. Foley's Honey and ,us'w Cusds. P&inl.ui. aod not astna> I to September 1, IffL Bj the Law Facu1t r. \ BalJdll1l(. thIrd 11001'. Ip.m. r,. !a,
; -Cash Hous Tar will stop the cough, heal and LtA4Cl4ticAC5.Of POO5O5 |Iuu&TI Helpful to beginners: to ctndldatei for the 4 Visiting brethren eordliUiweloomed. PAll roa InD.1''euaooJa I
strengthen the lungs and prevent lead W fl'&lL&a. bar;and to practitioners who bare lacked so art BllrazaOAl al.
iiitaslvvsppe1 lyitematlc Instruction. For tlrG azac I'
ad- K.
catalogue C r'aarL--
.r"LL _
I pneumonia. W. A. D'Alemberte, F drew JI. JlOULU1 0.1, ?eu&io&s Ii I"a&ata. .....__ ..
au ti
> 'jt. I11foL8L 121 South Palafox street. \ C. I. mOl,Ssatq CUrJettemUe, Ti. It.a.. remXI .- .. J

r igi.

," ..,.. ...... ........"'." "._"" ",:" "" ",,......,,,...-:.- ... ...... -.., .""" ...... .., "' ,, 'W' ,'on. .pl:.." ._ ..". ._ j.,. ._J< I;', i mr. 111.... J'.J1._ .,.._, ..... "ti"'r'""...... ,... ....... ''''''-r'.c




--- --- --


:j Politics and ; ENGINEERS GIVEN I I '
.1 n. 42.1 Annual statement I.,r' -r
', \ : HnJmjf I>rveiiit>?r Illii Well
I'totitcola, tHE
\ Klrr it Ib J'ott Office at
/e.cood-cla.t tn.ttrr A

t ,I orrlct -"au'l Kuiiding. ill1, south :; Politicians. |{ .." ARID US transfers'.' The special sleeping car carrying I Ii 1 [ (EQUITABLE .

f i"loi ttr.*!,, IIp.llalre. I
of Ecambia J Pensacola's to Dallas
V n :/ county representation
i 'b-- .) .Jt:; .. ? realty were recorded ':' returned here yesterday morning':
THE NEWS PUBLISHINC CO. .' FS E::>.nJ ,: ", UH [ ij IHl
i There are a lot of people in Pensa- ASSOCIATION GIVE THEM A t ''. o.Y during the week i ,with its precious freight, and as soon I

I. H. HILrON. Managing! Edior. I' .. :' ending Saturday, the disembarked
it arrived
cola who remember E. A. Crawford. I I as occupants I
# t t. .,
oft !
J i W. M. KALI Hu ice-s Manager. April 26, all I '
Ed. once did editorial work here on .. / i! and betook themselves to'! Reserve] and other Liabu
:a. / ..I j which are reported : . . .
defunct 'I 'their different homes to tell of what {ities . r
t Terms: Invariably in Advance- the' Pensacola Times, now > 7L: for THE NEWS by ;;

It Oft* \ ..'tjr M.., t-r uuII
13 ., Moetk* S !o ( I have a notary public at each of the :* Engineers assembled at Ra ford hall agents: i j This reunion was one of the largest i 1 dends are paid . "t" .

t. (.a. ....bjrl'ar...", f.;kble )toed., 10 voting places to take affidavits from 1! this morning to hold their regular A. E. Maxwell to Wm. H. Knowles, ,attended that has ever been held 1, ]Paid to Policy-holder in

I the voters during a certain municip-i meeting and were there met by a -Lots 4 and o, blk 36, West King ','and! many forgotten acquaintances 1901 . :. .. t.-

i 'tit""4'p Adrtt flJrr.hd ApplicationTELEPHONE tract-tl. New Insurance in Iwo % .
| pleasant surprise. :f4
1 it al election here. He now resides at I : were renewed. !
W. B. Wright and wife to J. A. \ Total Insurance in force

NO. 118.PEJ8AOOLA Midway, in Gad den county and is I| The Ladies' Auxiliary, G I. A., I Daw-N E i4 of blk 60, West King!: The Pensacola people, all the way '! Dec. 31, 1901 . . .$1 1 .-

being talked of a; a possible candi- i I had been there before them and had I tract300. I through, were accorded the best! of I Notwithstanding the ;great .r fl .

APRIL 28, 1902. date for the state senate from that i I II I spread u banquet for their deleca- H. \all and wife to Jas. S. Jen- ,treatment by the transportationcompanies. cial strength of the Societegreater &: i

tion.i I i i nings-9.31 acres of Gonzalez Cow- ., security which it* ,
j I 1'1'It :
'county. I tract$300. i I II jli holder thereby njoy tin l lt\ : v
u (OI-IH for a carnal 1 to go a -- i i This surprise had been planned |I pen I i late LOW and Gt'ARANTrKterthau :- .
Thad Boyington and wife to W. | .
week without taking a drink than Henry C. Clopton, candidate for and was admirably executed by !i :'.i BETTER THAN PILLS. || given by wther cKXOWLES :
H. '
Morgan- acres in s w of sec
I for oiuv men t<> abttaiu fur a single the legislature, and hn, brother. A. 1 Mesdames W. D. Carmichael, Geo. ; 26, tp 1 s, r 31 w-JoO. 4 The question has been asked, "In I

Paaday.11A1a (S.Clopton, were in town Saturday' Hoilman. J. E. Watson F. C. Brad- I Leslie E. Brooks to Simon Harris- what way are Chamberlain's Stomach ; ;
& Liver Tablets superior to Bilk
must bate et.hid in" his :i night inicrlinjr with the voters ley, W. H. Caro C. A. Hi'.burn, Lot 4, blk 52. Dallas tract-$75- pills?" Our answer is: They are I .

L. A chip" at Morgans bank, to while Scott Lofrin was o! in a con T. J. Butler. Geo. Schwartz; F. D. Annie Hayden to Geo. Hoffman eaier and more pleasant to take. I (;'ralJ.nh'.
.hU quickly -priug a wheat Lot 13 and w of lot 12, blk 14, NewCity3.1a.
: EL 1 L t. *u ner with Louie Anderson. Wonderif Simons and S. C. naldson. : more mild and gentle in effect and 309 S. Palafox St..
.... +f on the" \\ M street lamb-. : ; more reliable as they can always be
f'cott was arranging for an ice Upon gathering about the banquet ]i Lee Dauiell and wife to Cele.tiu depended upon. Then they cleane

0> n. Kits of the army -hould learn ;, cream supper for his friend?? Louie, board Mr. D. H. Klumeier was !' itchell-E 7:j ft of lots IS to 22, blk and invigorate the stomach and

' (I tfcvdmf attd dainourn t language; ifi! you know ircing to make :a specialty called upon fur prayer and responded 116 We-t King tract-$(W. leave, while the bowels pills In are a natural more harsh condition iu

$1.! Lars topren their opinion? | Nellie P. Kos- et al to Fannie T.
: of campaign cream, coffee and in an impressive manner. effect and their ue U often followedby
{ 1
wlttboul leer of rebuke from headI i h For ale all
:tronE ft of w !. of arpeut lots coutipation. by
} ..... cakes. The table: was beautifully: decorated druggist-and medicine dealers.
gaar 79!) and Jo. Old City and ;5-12 interestin CobioesEVERYWHERE
Lfl -- -
f I with ivy vines and vases oft lot 19 t and 20, blk :'Belmoat:
M'.plt I>I.N" have turn ar U-ed to j When the best, strongest and nu s The! opening diy is aeulv Mere.Cau't .
HI the lovely dowers and the viands: were tract1.
the udtancc
.* .'!K' that influential citizens of a communitycome say when. but --
Iii of stays was announced a- ant sumptuously served and greatly en- :Simon Harris and wife to Sera- e, .
out in the open and yizn their rhine -SlWft of lot 4. blk \ .'
I uta.t the action of the railroad joyed. 2"1,

i t. .. Rhdr*" iBK the rebtteto the !I names to a call for a public meetin - .- Dallas tract-S7o.Jno. ; THE CONFEDERATE ,

p+tUac bouvt* wbicb formed I anflr.ut :I in the interest of a candidate, as wa- I,Idone i A Fireman's Close Call. i|; t K Ewing et al to Robt. L. AT "

their uormou prints, '' ''Edmund"on-Lots 16 and 17, blk 145.jMaxent ; MEMORIAL EXERCISES KKH
in for the Lamar meeting at :\IaI I !tuck to my engine; although ,
, 4 iMt 4 tow at a menace a/iiu-t the filial '.I riauua and every joint ached and every nerve i tract fi'io.;
p.***f. of the uleoinarjreriue usMli. Chipley, you can look I wa: racked with pain," writes c.V.. J. I). Ross and wife to M. E. Klusmeier ;- --- PENSACOLA'Jut :

t t y which directly atlects: the 111l for a bier vote for that candidate in i Hellaaiy.: a locomotive fireman of { -Lot S and e 1 ,- exercises ,

t 'tl* of the packing tmu-e con- those: communitiesXotwithtandiuff pale Burlington., without Iowa.any appetite"I was weak and and all[ 107, New CityS5.! as observed la this city Satur- i

J tttw.TMK. : run down. A* I was about to !gig i fancy "ut..t f t ; ;
Eng-land-Lot day afternoon were in line with this
1 I the fact that a i up. I g'flt a bottle of Electric Bitterand : I ulation .>f
lake City Citun-Kepor- after taking it, I felt as well as i. $:.11.12. very pretty custom as yearly observed
of able writers has been
1 I.r Mtorou ly prou';-> agaiu-t corps employed I (:\'l'rdid in my life." Weak, sick- i Sam'l. tl'elland wife to Willie in Pensacola under the 22,000 :
... to outwrite me. I am not lly. run down people always gait .I
14. "eta..k" of >uie upirautfork new life strength; and vigor from| Allen-10 acres of sec 38, tp 1 s, r 31 auspices of the Lldies'Ifmorill As I. 21,999
*n.. -t.o .- for "favorable: notice"f alarmed. The cause I represent I their use.: Try them. Satio faction i -* .
,...., "claim*" and request a copy will win on its own merits", whetherI guaranteed by W. A. D'Alemberte J.\I. Harvey and wife to D. R. I I arc 'l..iI1j(
7 .f id. containing, the. same.Tfc ,1121 South Pal ltoa street. Price 50' The prone* lion which was formedat i
paper write another line or not. I don't Stennis-Lot: 11. blk ln6. East King
truth l I- that the Florida new-- i( cents. tract-540. the intersection of Palafox and : : Buffalo Bakingt ;
g consider myself so powerful as some j 1
'A" t_ harr 'u long permitted them '! The opening da-i nearly here. D. Perry to Walker Ingraham Government streets, moved promptly .

?Ire. to be thu. impo-eu upon that folk seem to fear I am. I am mere- Can't say when. but '2 of lot: 209: and 303 Old City- at 4 :::11'J o'clock to the monument Powder. tie
ttba. become aino! .t a inatttr ui fly f writing for the amusement of the -- --- UCJOO.

i .M t.. for them to be expected to b., '.. SONS OF AMERICAN ----- --- where had congregated hundreds of Are you the only air

'H total najct-'erXer-"' + "withoutMMMjr I, : Night Was Her Terrer."I '. ladle and children. A profusion of ,I tnn comliinatiot! If.gUlck I! .
'i a* canPing
*Ud without price." I "A friend of mice had about per I would cough; nearly all night beautiful flowers and Confederate ,
REVOLUTION long," writes Mrs. Cha I
I> -uaded me to vote for Fred }} Bess' colors were in evidence everywhere
A Minn w CAKVH.IK. : thin ani I } I of Alexandria, lud., "and could
i =... what be would du with the ; says an observant citizen last night. hardly get any sleep. I had consumption and everyone seemed to have caught ,

tArW% .....ClUD : "f/uth'" should b e : "but I read the other day in the I The t OCit-t'-f---: :; Sons of the block I would po bad cough that frightfully if I walked and a up the pirit of the occaion. I A.A..A..A..A.AAAAA.A.1 ;

1 4; Nm....... chiefly from foreign luxurM 1'enracola Press an interview with 'American Revolution will convenee spit blood but, when all other medicines Hon. W. E. Anderson was mater 4 >

*. primarily for reveuue: ; no inf failed, three $1.00 bottles of Dr. Pong,
of Fred and it closed l Ly: raying hI in annual ?e--ion Washinztou.; I). King's New f>j"COHfwholh' cured i of ceremonies an l the speakers were <
jO J trtaaits tax in time peace ; no violentt '
t I fakpa !.ctn K e-iubli-hedindu- I winked at the interviewer and they C., on April 30, and will hold a ses- me and I gained 5s pound*." It's i Rev. P. H. Whaley and L. R. < Base Ball, >
i absolutely
guaranteed to
,, \ UIss ; reciprocity to foreign! trade; went into executive session in the I *iou for three day;,:. Coughs Cold, LaGrippe Bron-[ <; Walker.In < >

\ bt+aoty "a hunie-gtrtw u -ugarhould Merchants bar. Now I am not a The program j is a varied and chins and all Throat and Lung: kindly remembrance for what : rTennis Rackets, > .,
} I* *t 0tiiiu temperance craLk and I don't object interesting one, and includes an ad bottles free at W. A. D'-\If'mberte'.* he had done for the cau-e. the J t
ptoducml nt uihould before; Tennis Balls, \
a IbtUritt one .ttl-U. therehould to one taking a drink when he wantse '. dress from President Roosevelt drug store. monument of Col. W. D. Chipleywas

W last, *laltou only in tb it, but 1 all seen executiveesiou" with re=pones and talks by otheri The opening day is nearly here.Can't ta-tifully tfeorit'J with tlower < Golf & Golf Supplies, J

I .=.tad rear after each ceu-u-." 1 THE POLITIC I AN. i gentlemen of national reputation. say when, but ?.

i .1 r\ r\.iIlt'"UIl : "Iilt'd Her Son's Life Saved by Chamberlain's Among those who will attend AMATEUR ruttier- :\1..,h..r.-.! .-!\t.I..r.- .: <: Whitely Exerciser >
t A.. Bt
tin M..t* r" op|>u-iiitr the candid i- ,, Remedy. Hen-haw Jud?e A. C. lilount.: Jr. M-risli and con-tpated, with bad tloniach <
and .
of ao *.|>ir ut to the position ,,f rail-1 "A neighbor ran in with a bottle jf and General Freight Agent W. O. H.Shepard.of ;: .; PLAY BASEBALLYesterday cert licKdnclif.for ctilldon Mthertray'..IIi..l&ycur.! Pwpt-t.. If wtrinsnre "Yua < Edison Phonographs.I >
i. 1 rand CiinimiMiiiiiier becau-e the Chamberlain' Colic. Cholera and I prt-rnt Ib"y111 rfria.nly r -iui \clliein.
c:1114Wt ,
I At all Uruneiktsi et- <
earnplinmailed | >
the L. fi X. Hon. B. C.
Vun .. lust a thing .,r two Diarrhoea Ht'ml'dwheu my sou FREE. Address Alli-n S. 'imbtfd.) Phonograph Music.
I wautlennj; with severe cramps Tuni-on was an intended delegate. !I Leltoy. N.1'. \
bout liou
t th"l"b. t kUIIwhich and afternoon on the dia-
wairiven up as beyond hope by
\ W ai4.te thi refer tu but there N my regular ph}'-iciau. who stands but his duties with the NeumannI '! mood at Fi-herville. the Sutherland. I>o you u ant in handle The fleet and J Bicycles and Tires. :

s p or. udidtr for rlIlrOlhll'ommi.. ., hirfh in hid profe*ion.. After ad- court martial have prevented hit n'and I Late-r 5-' -nt Cigat" Ai-k 1.. Hear,;

I .K ...rbtu' urged; forward by hihU |, UlIllI"tt.riuJ three d"Eof it, my -onregained from experiencing the pleasure Rounders crossed bat, the resuit C '. lor HI: (;r.'u.t < Fishing Tackle. >

.t.l t.Mjau.H he come (runt.aatlly a coii-ckm-ne-s and recover- of which was a score of 1 11< to 5 in i -_
ed t'lltirelwithin twenty-fu ut Dr. Ren-haw: and little son', < >
r Kerr there ire ntiriilnujerefufekuow : .:, Hour-," say! :Mr-. Mary Ha Her. of favor of the Sutherland:, who are
t l apt( lI"thiuII ha t.: :Mt. Crawford. Ya. This Remedy Hf [ Frankie. and Mr. Shepard! left thi -'fast' gaining a reputation of bfiug'i t\\R\ ) GEOiCF.T l< For Anything You >

ever "about the lob: >.r :ale:; by all druggists; and medicine i afternoon Washington to be ab- \
dealer- one of the best amateur club in i i .. : Want go to
t sent about a week. Judge Blount 6l
1 (h\ UUL JoK: \Viun: :. 111 a re- these; part*. I /

feat arw.prprr| article, iallatteu- The opening dIY: i* nearly nere.Cau'tay will not be able to get away before i! The flounders sent theiropponent 5 w

if; Uoa Ice the follow tug Minplf of our when but tomorrow night. ;a challenge. The latter acceptedand :, \IF B. Bruce

*MklLAt.d federal lllliltl law : A report from New Orleans and ,| showed the challengers: that >

"Kterj: cltlleu shall! after notice of SHERIFF MOVES :Mobile thi morning stated: that' they knew nothing the game at al1. >
1 tot* enioilnimt. be con-tautly pros I

+ kIf"1 j 'Wild \\ nil a k'oml musket or ttre- OFFICE -leepiug cars leaving there for Working 24 Hour* a Day. j 15 8. Palafox.Ivvvvvvvvvvv". J
iark of a ,-inllnciit fur lullof Wao hinton; were all filled, and that There's no test for tho-e tirelp-

for lath p''n-f ., pound, a -urVicientb -- extra cars were run. It was difficult little wlrkerDr. King'New Life \

Maat at.d .,lt. twopare dints for the Penracola gentlemen to Pill. Millions are always* buy
!,11I'rlU! (if", E. Smithent notice curing Torpid Lner. Jaundice i Biliousness
tail a pouch with .1 box secure berths. Fever and Ague.: Thy
.b.rrtn to contain not less thin .'t.artrW to Prof. C'uiTer 1 the< morning notifying --- banish t hick Headache, drive out

;ii>#. -uue>) to the bore of hisn lam to have all the band apparatus Say He Was Tortured."I :Malaria. Never gripor weaken.
:Mnall, taste nice, work .
tlf >k.t or iirrlock. > aoh cartridge :; moved from the baud room by wonder- '
-utferedueh pain from corn Try them. :25c; at W. A. D'Alnn- c(
( to foot MID a proper quantity '>f tomorrow aryeshrtitf wiheto I could hardly walk." write- H. berte'*, 121 South Palafoxtreet.. ;ja ;J;::::)

pe. d., and bull : or with a ;f..ud\ Itobin-un, Hill-borough.: :. 111-.. "but1 I -- -- P _
1 m.whi.< lSee! from the
jail t- ,
rid. I;.1111 I'.ck. hot po. ch andtord.r county Hucklen's Arnica Salve! completelycured The opening day i i" nearly here. i' V.2J. |
b.ilU to that now used by the band. them." Acts like magic ohpram Can't say when but -
horn -M ruitvdto thetw
*, bruie-. Cleaning ladies skirts and waist* r
:; cut- !-ore. cald*. \r
>t. of til* rifle. and a quarter of a The baud has not made a selection burn. boil-, ulcerPerfect healerof I will repair your watches and i is one of our specialties. Star Laun

U : putted of pt,* ,Ifor." of a practice room a- yet butecure will -kiu diearand )lilt'-. Cure Jewelry in first-clata! style. J, Itepbens. dry. __
i !siurantefd by W. A. D'Alemberte. --- -- V.1
1 i Al'''rre-pondent of the quartets once. 1 1121 South }'"iaf x treet. "_.',c.There Ice cream freezers that

Nrr Orl.,u. -4.Ipiiirtcrtt uiake* \\ hy Take any ('IIAnl'f'1i freeze f/uick, at the Willis %= r
-R I the t.tteinint that "the timber in- nothing more pleading! to x,5 ;
with some cew -ind untried medicinefor It's Mistake Hardware Co.'s.If -
the eye than a lady with bright >'-
1 ; du'try of iVv-acoli h.i- dwindled -u"herioua tr"uble-a diarrbini, and r"o-y eye ss%.--v" -
cheeks speeding along
i on a
t due: considerably within the last cramps. dy-t-Mery. when you should :Monarch.
Crescent Columbia. want a
t >n i you nice present to give
j i a frwyevr..." %..t..mQch. Thetimtnr know Painkiller that for has over cured half million a century o'f' -- 'First-Class Western Beef Is to a friend, go and look through the OUR WAITERS WAIT

1 and lumber export- of yellow ca-e..% Ix>"k: out for imitation, The opening day is nearly here. elegant !line of suitable articles at

t t' pjne-nut inclnJin,; hard wood or there i i" only one r reuuine. "Perry Can't say when. _.but.- ,. Not 25 Cents a Pound. J. 1. Stephens, you surely can find i:, NOT ont PATRON *
something to
please It
wo..J rro.1u't--fM t1:. lineal year D.1\'io -- you. you \i 1
THt; HKAI want anything in the Diamond fine The service here H all : i'
nidi : June JW. 1\-11.> were only 1.37 THING Look at our Prices: be sure to see him before you buy. be d'-irxJ

pr c.,nt le-* than far the next prevrical Keep up with the time and get aBet -\llIllh(' I-atfct and lte.t l la theF'ieOnt L\t: \"far. Now The dining rnoni 'M |p. rf-: .
of Table Tenni
ktU. year; and for the flrtmonth them. BrucE ha I-L: 111-0 Extra Loin.. .. . 15c! to ISc 2 fIe> If you are thinking of moving pointed Gild well euit"41" '. '

t nine of the current Cigar juct intrmluced in Round ... .. . .. 15c 15c of the individual ..r t.e' r > '
1 Bri-ket and Chuck. rc loc see Harry Hallmark: or call phone Ladiereceive special Ilr:> : :.
t I year they were only a fraction over Your drawick room is not complete thin market t>>' u. If jou have not Rib Roast ... .. .. l".c 1-e have separate tables.
i I I\ per cent ir-* than the rxportfor without a -et of Table Tenni done no, tall and examine if. There' Rump..... .. .... 15c 15c: 251 and let him quote you price. He' Our food H of "Qq- :
f 1 Ho to KKH'E. i'rotit in liamllmir quality.
the f rrp<>ndiuc period of !la-t year has
it.I Considering above the best
,. malt quality pricesare ; spring Stoats in the city. Chul{"" III"d"rat.
k co.
9. about theamp a< tlup of a likeperiod --- cheaper than in any other city of

of la-t yenr compared: with Tonight Table Tenni iall the rae now. this; size do in have the to country.We Fine new $30 Ladies'Monarch and The ::0th() Century.Kestanraiit
} the correrponduu period of the year Go to Bruce and get a set, pay more for our Crescents, can be had at BracE for
J'H! btfure rptirine. if your liver iis' _.- meats; and have to charge more $20. Ju-t think of it. Get
t citprecdm.r it-and now pr 'mie.dorinir : :isf.'b: .t"t t-:ne and you fee dual than formerly, but it i-n't our fault. once. one at -:0i
} .. the remaining three month b..ious C ':>Urat-J! take a due tf When trade languishes and we are selling as low as we possibly ---- --

of the current year to "catch up" Hood's stimulate it with+ sales of El can. Seasonable household 1 I'hoat'71Pearl
I with the records of the two previous Greco L. Bear Co.'s PARLOR MARKET
5 new and kitchen utensils at the & Nicolau) ,
)ear, if they do cot exceed them. AId youll be a:1 right in tie: morn r. scent cigar.
,. Phone 173. .)no. >. Bell & !Suu., Willis Hardware Co.'s.
i :218 rPauf Ii

__ c

". """"' j.P9t .- S
-_ ..... ,- :-' -, .,...- -- _r_.. _'_.,.".TM1fY_ .--_..- -. -- + w .P.- rA1 "-=- ''' ''''''''''
-1" '""':sr i _: ._, -F-ma x a...q--- .'--,_ .... __ ::.._ <_ 'C' /

i iI

I i dI


--- --
I I' .

., WE.V.c..Pr*qAL President,d; n ; F.M.C.E.HORTON.CLARK Au't Cashier Cashier.; 1 IF YOU ARE If You Buy Them at the Boston Shoe Store. They Are Good i. "

,1 .
Conaon-ed Statement ot the ........ ...... -..- '" I .


Pt: :iACOI.\, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS:: FEBRUARY :25:! 1902. For the next ten days I will *ell

''From Report to Comptroller.) you any article now in stock at a

discount of 25 per cent from the regular I
Fine Footwear for
1tF..-ol Ct:05.:: Spring
LIABILITIES. price. Think of it-you will, STYLESIn

.:.i* 14S1.37263: Capital Stock ;J200.000.00 save $2.') on a diamond ring or pin Summer'are tot be Had of :

ti' Surplus 10,000.00 where at regular price it would cost !
.'. i5,lI((J.(q Net Profits 6,487.12 Us at Popular Prices..... '
K-nd. 5.250.00 ; $100. See; you save 25 cents on >_

.". 1 Future... ...... .... ..... 6.718.48 i9o00.00t 75,00000; !. every dollar's worth you buy. Now ---- -
601.9S Depo it" 326,04408'I is the time to buy your diamonds or

: Hv .iuire/ 127.SJ21.26: Dividends Unpaid.. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. . 96.00 I watch or any other article in stock Ladies' Oxfords in Ideal Kid Patent Leather Plain Toe and Tip. nM "

W.1 .20 1696,127.20; \ very cheap. Call and examine FrE'ucnHHIinBCD E Width..... ... .. . .. ... .. .. $ .

.. a "t; curd fur business October 23.: 1900. We respectfully; solicit your patronage and we will give goods.; Remember this otter is for Ladies' Patent Kid Oxford Heavy Hole, Rope Stitched C I) E e, _r El

-. ; r..mpt. eourteom and careful attention. I only ten days. No trouble to show Width .... .. .. .. ..... .. .... ... .. .. . ..... ..... . .. v ..OLadif

Interest Paid Time I 1: goods. J. I. STEPHENS, . .. .'
on Deposits. Southern Button Ribbed Vesting\, Patent Tip. .. _.4H>
i 112 South Palafox street.A .
.- -- -- -- i Men's Patent Kid Oxford, Monkey Skin Top (Stetson Hhoe)... *,".
BAD CAME B. H. FAIRCHILD, 1! QUARTERS IN THE I VALUABLE--MEDICINE Men's Corona Kid Oxford, Freak Last, a Nice Business Hhoe. .St.: ."j(> .

UrI30L'9TEI I I1 :l For Cough and Colds in Children Children's Roman Sandal 4 Straps, Black, Red and Blue. .. ... M..O

"I have not theslightest hesitancy
BASEBALL 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I SALISBURY BUILDINGA. in recommending Chamberlain's Child's 2-iitap Sandal, Patent Tip .... .. .. ... .. ... .. . .. > I..;O

OF aroet Work and Refinishing! Furniture a I! Cough Remedy to all who are" suffering -----
from coughs or colds, says
Specialty. I11iono I Chas. )T. Cramer Eq., a well known l
Wade & Son who have
recent. watch maker ol Colombo, Ceylon. BOSTON SHOE STORE

.t 'I..f i Mobile blfeblllv. : 400. ly added a real estate: feature to their "It has been some two years since ,
I the City Dispensary: first called
," l i'.rre!. yttrdiy morn- R. K. WHITE i business, are now comfortably domiciled attention to this valuable medicineand .117 South Palafox Street.- I

: t-f \l b'imi: town in the new Salisbury building, I have repeatedly used it and it .
I has always been beneficial. It has I I II
7Btctmaker .Manufacturing Jeweler where they will be pleased to meet cured me quickly of all chest colds. I ,

: '!* purpose of pi iyt and (;Graduate Optician )! their friend The oflice are fixedu I It is especially! effective for children r .... :-. .... ... Delays Dan 1
in modern detail and the firm i, and seldom takes more than one bottle r-;: .t'.. arc eroll\\ t ta
:' t- Pen* e"ltbat IS SOIl'b FiUtoi 't.. PeaurotaIla I '! exrects to do a good business to cure them of huar;eue 's. I .- "I S'.. r) ,
.. have persuaded many to try this Ir\j Ai
f !h most "ruttPll'L' ---- : .if. a Might: break may end in u preutcatastrophe. t
valuable medicine and th.are all Irr. *a'" twtioualport I For Over Sixty Years. as well pleased as myself over there t 'r1-- ; '(j kSi ; ISetterend your vehicles -
:IlK' &' .f:. to IK and have tuiury; .
bVBVP ha l) -ults. For ale: by all dru.j.rists x i4-r
:. the gony of puin i ..... repairs: made at soon as ; t
; "} ''V they are :ap
rEWS I been Died for over hlxty years by millions I and medicine dealer .
I.'- t" ...wUtlt'- a : vT I mothers for their children while teething I -- I liit. ;'1J.l --, parent. Our pacekr- reaon.tbland <. }
( NOTES i low and our Urn
I with
pertect success. It t-ootbee the child.i ,
t ti
MACNOLIA TEMPLE. cla--u1 all recpectutiil -ni.tll
Softens the gum ,allays all pain,cures wind / \ rf'I I
1 J.i.1 19ght. B- tanw ; colic, "11111.1 .. the ben reim-tly for Hiarrbof ..... ,. 1' j''X pairs: are jilt as; carefully looked
<" .' '- /'_ It will relieve the. poor huh suSerer Immediately. \\-, ) '\ "' J .. after as complete renovation.BestJllore I.
.: '- to the bat I i Hold: by lirusgists inexery tart i Magnolia Temple No. -I. Ratlibone! I
Wt-1 ie. tug; Eclo took bunker coal at ;1 of the world. .TIII't'lItVlh't' cents bottle.. Sisters: held a largely attended and ,y ; Iib Shoer allayready.. .
-N' 'nd but lie riemre you a..k tor "Mrs. Inflow's tooth
Mu'cogee! wharf tins morning.On I log lyruP."and:! tatH! no other kind. important ye-terday Friday ,"': ....' /L .. "--
meeting -. ..
._ "' '. "... :- I
.J 'i\ thrown out. j '- ... J.M.Iillfard&! ('u.
ant after May 1-t the custom IN MKMOKIIM i afternoon. Several applications -.. \ _.
.- w 'it to the bat: i received. Member will :.... -. > "5
were -
hot+l' will be cored at 3 m. in- 1' .
p. "" COfna. ItX.LYAL No. ;W(I KmOarden !'\t.
I : -. re from one to stud of 4 as heretofore. I Pursuant to a call by Vice l'rei-iI take notice a reirtilar meeting- i

.:..f r inuiitg. Every I dent Capt. John H. Caro, the :Sea will be held Wednesday night April \
.. I L big excursion from Cani'len. uleu's Friend Society of l't'nilacola 30th, at ::{Oo'cltlck. Candidates STOI ta :\AUKhl.n All kinds of chairs and i'
: r urti inning, and Ah., arrived here :Saturday' : night ,held :id chairs at Marston
a meeting April 2 and adopted accordingly notified to attend to be p< rTt'\1 flatly for The Newi by rocking t
,.hwe'1 thetnseIvt3lv uiii returned lat
.fl' night. I the following memorial for pub initiated. Pythian cordially in- Union Naval Mores Co. Ouina's. Prices are very t
I WI run had been I Vhe tug Xl'lllParrivl'd: : ye-terday lication. The secretary was requeued : vited. Light refreshment will be 80"110.'liW low. I

I J : .r inn vi.iLorll. af.ernooii from Fih river with atow J to end a copy of the memorial to I'served free. ..... on. ..... .'s,I H . .... fl .V, -- t

.. true w.n about half lighters: lumber laden. the family of our deceased friend : MRS. F. E. BRXW.VER 'o\'G, .,-..- .. X 't\\ U ... I'i C1IH T CD :IL XAL. j
I c. :i9::< ---------.5))
It lu-i plea-ed Almighty God to remove Miss EDITH GORE M. E. C. St :- .. .. .. 2 r5 K : ... 1 35 Beare tie yflNUMi Ilas A ears 3cgBig.ettaro
L. 'I. train to the city The schooner Lottie :S. Hakinsamed by death Newell C. Cobb, who K .... .. .. ..... .. -a uI. ..... .... 1 -" I
from the ti hiug gr'UUd3 this friend and the M. R. C. 1 M5 C A below ..... 1M .
.: i'J a guod many dis- wa our president of LGalGl .
uorning with snappers. the Seamen's Friend Society of Pen-1 i ::!rIlUTfi TUBrKOTII'I&-4:1'' : (. --- ,
.::>"L1.41| the grounds in 'I !sacola.Ve bow in humble submission Yes I know what you are looking ---- The man who owns his own Lome

.: tLi np" 'lbl.*. :Collie' of The i-teutn-hip Sauna arrived in I to the Divine will and we extend for "Table Tennis." Go to Bruce Drink Red Heart Beer, insures himself again lots of f
our sympathy to his family. and will find it. trouble and
this morning from Tampicoaud you worry. Nobody can
;' i I :.. _r a game of bi-e- pat Our the leer that made Cincinnati
load. presidt'ut1''e11! C. Cobb. was a i raise his rent, and the rent day hjs ,4
rent to Muscogee whirl: to ,
"u. J. rod saw the up Christian gentleman, kind, cheerful j Stag no Bros. of the Columbia ito terrors for him. It's easy to own '. .
VI.itor"l Lotii" Anderson going to haven and liberal in his disposition.He !: a home now-a-day*. ThOS. C. "'
'.' .1 'I.ot..f yH to II. was active and Restaurant, now
of the swelle-t refreshment I energetic even Watson & Co. w tell you
I' jrwrtrdiy'will. d'* i it. : in his old age. He was publicspirited have on the street an ujrto- easy it I". Cull. ana see them 1
mloriiuthe city. Watch for the I
unselfishly gave much of his
.,e p.ttrout{" here j.opening i day.J. i time and means to promote the pub- date ice cream wagon with t! J'mWJlls.'r r I'rolit in retailing CiuatH IH oltrn a

M.. and IhfTf were lic good. Mr. Cobb was a friend to I fine "Jllonte Carlo" cream. myth; not M> vtilh K l 'ar. t'<>.',. newKl : j
I A. Henedee\ the colored phatultci't took ,
i iuup seamen and an interest in them. ( rf'c'o.
*ken: m con- at the l'tu"aclJdru\ ;,: store, ( He loved the sea and died on the sea, They invite public patron I

>;ioimibl fr ha\- 1 will leave in a fewdaj> for Jackou-i| and it may be that at the dawn or age. sl .r -_, Drink Jung's Red Heart I
fourth watch of the night the spirit :
J' x local manensured >tille where he will in future reside. of Jesus came walking the cret, |I -a-U Beer, 10 cents per Mottle at '

.. that It. :-;. Smith a colored letter car; I Irh'r. 1 of the waves and said "Come !" and !, A.STOTIX.A.: : : all saloons. ,
his spirit took it* flight to the of .
rent vnnik I' was taken very ick, at the loctlnllice : port 3ran tie /*The Kra, YJJJ Hake t'aa:' Bet'rd' -- -
everla-ting beyond the sea
I Friday and had to be taken to I I i eItllrt t71L B '1. 0 :n. x .A. .
H. C. C. %
I ', .r b* held tit #% the Ltd Yau Fars A'AaiBrz1i
Bean the
---- ---- ;
I I Dr.]( Bryan Infirmary fur medical
'i ,-itioH placet 1 treatment. I I IN .MKMOKIIM.: I II II I S1gnatll18 /... 7:1 :

,.; .. .If. .\ lttT i I 1 Thos. C. Watson & Co. fl1'Tij.J II I ot ..{ !
Barely: has an t'Yt'uius entertainment On the : I-t day of March A. n. .
11'i: UfXt Suudl'iueat .. i Ihr-! William J. McNeil wacalled the leading Real Estate Agent*, take
b otfered to the 1'en-acol en fieriami scissors
emi ;i all the otf the shoulders of the
i by death from his earthly life to hi- worry I .
'/ to trelt I public, that will alford more real .eternal reward at his home near owners of property, manage the from he to the !

nag 'plia-ure" to old and young alike, j I Hollinger, Ala and hi? remain- renting! of their houses and the collection cheapest at the Willis
f n.ediflne is ;,>- '' of their rents 1
brought to Bluff SpringFl. his aconcien-
the of
1 tllm: performance ? "
r fftH'ted tll llJy former home and buried with Masonic tiously :as they would themselves. Hardware Co. <
i*'s: Twin I I tomorrow evening. ] Their charges are reaonable.NK1THKK .
honors.He very
t it lnflaind tit I ISixtyein'ht | Getting Dinner ,
: children took their i was born at Montezuma. Cov- Try Tu:" C"luInI.. .1
rtitwtthtt iJy- : ington county, Ala i'il'l't. 3, It'tI : Is I : t. ;
Early in life he became a member '
I h.*t -"11'''HI of tte I| ye-terday morning and in I. ",", ; nor consignees of the Ku the thermometer H soaring up in the
.01 the Mi-sionary Baptist: church bk lI..r"11'111 he !{
,., -iiflrr wb" .i- teed the afternoon they were invited I and lived a con-f-tent Chri-tian to fur debts contracted reipnnMhle by- nineties.. when you are fortunate SAM KEE'S I :
i..eti'should .
x the crew of S ld't.s..1.! II
the time of hn death. He became enough to have kitchen fitted
i-u *.-ll it for Mini the -caputlA of :Mount Carmel. : a yl W1".lIt..." your ,
'' member of tilt order of F't A. M. S.S. T c'o Capla'n.Consignee .
ias Stove
trp"" : iA''H"II or "Itrowii :capula, a very impre 1 up a or Range. l
III theyear )iwiii'; and his life was perfectly -"alt
.1' k. -a. t' There is. uo heat dust grime ormoke. New J
ceremony.The roii-i-tent withaid order. Laundry.
.. ,
;, Therefore, be it KITH: hK the raplatn. o..n..rsnor and your apparel can be as ..
: 14! : irly iere.i \Ve-t Hill bi-eball: team of sSt\ conKigneeg: of the XorAgathx
i Resolved That in the death of will be ret.ponle neat a;: if you were in your sitting ,.
w" ioU' tin city played a team: from :Myrtle Brother William J. :McNeil Bluff for debts contracted by EBL'ILDI
I room. There are no worries (j.
connected -
Grove .it the -Miidy Williams Held I i I Springs' Lodge No. 13): ; F. & A. .. the crew said vebscl. CHU. :
tlut the'urind BJONNISSI :- with i
: ne to noto cooking! with anor
t" that iii"-t yesterday, about one mile went lot lo-t a worthy true and highly ('0.. ('ajita.n.Conlitnees NORTH PALAFOX
S. esteemed member ; the church a cuniteutChritiara .'' will i it worry your purse to pay the STREET, j:
t ", ,., 1' 'dllllC. town, but tile :Myrtle (;rive boysMl'e ,
; the community a bill-. I
i \ l up the earth with them, the good citizen ; hi- family a devoted Nfcll nor 'consigners Elt th..captain of the. owners Nor : North ol Court Houv. ..c >..

REMOVED. -('.Ht: hl"lUg' 10;: to 5. husband and kind father ; and l he itfurther hark Paragon will lie r.Fvunolhl. ..- I "aI4'.1 ;
Irilprord \lal'laill.
1 .. for debts contracted I ::lIul .t
,'. :> .w ruiifortaIf : by the crew of said ttriirl.droKi.l.. Fcosacok Gas Co. .. .
.of... .I1s ti'. .tli.... No. ;, icLets-for: the Cinderella euter- 'I Ke-olved. That while we meekly Ki-til. I'II' t-('la \Cork.. ;
new 1 tiinment for the benefit of the library bow in bumble submi--ion to the -.1' :MiotterCo. aptam. ,,
:.inelit they".tr"l't.1.\\in\i added: \ ..+- ', tomorrow evening are -ellnifj I'will of Him who doeth all things COn-lln.!: Jia4t: No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola. Fla. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. I :;
i !is :
I' :, well we acknowledge the lo-i bv uo ,
,- ,i 'H"al Ks:He and like bargain counter plum", and :- deeply felt and extend our most --- -- --- H -_ -_ I

Tbt-y will IH found who wi,h to this G25252525252S2 5
tl.o-e see rare spectarletucauluJ'rthould profound sympathy to his family in ? 52S25af
uly and wllmi to ,, Coe's their bereavement: and be it furtherKesolved. ..................
to ;
(...-eof at1'ropertyr ;go ni / \ / ............... '
,'. .. ; will an eyearn \- and. secure reervedeat- at pace.M I' our lodge be drapedfor I r" 'I
of and be t''I
a period thirty days ; it 1 t'
In tiat Iut'". I r. :>,,\'I'fwr.f: Cottage Hill. one further : I I II
1 giving Bind -:aU..- R* *olved. That a page be set aparton : To-Day! ( y I r 1 1YOU :j
,<>.1! and faibfuler of We-t Florida'--ucce: poultQ'if..arllld our minute book to the memoryof / i Monday! :1

I..trt'af n"ulttheyIc -, is in town today with hn : our deceased brother ; and be it 'I' '
S S .
......t.tklutput of fre-h eggfor furtherKeolved. v .. i i

ttulfy.t W'I'"S.. ,Ko-enuu tV (h.raidlie ;averages' That a copy of these iNe.............. ,I
...... .
; resolution- wibli-hed and a copy .......
about loO dozen per week:, and h* 25252525252525
sent to
hifamily. s 'I I
M..rat I'lI'lK bnug them carefully packed in
1 hl A, Wnle. A :Soil '!I: p.ttrntcae'I'11at'stilewaytosn('- I \Ve dir hut as tlx'prtngttniedie-. \ ti
In summer'* gulden joy to rise: '
:\ 2"Vet, ccd.l1t'orr '
t SiUMtury Block' Cf ed'! I Thr.r be our days of \ernal l bloom -- ) EXPENSES if lOU Trade at the :
.. mr barxe't i- beyond the tomb. I
: 1111. b. 'plau..d
'i- 'lit and out of the : Humorfeed on tumor-the J. T. Kll.LI.Nt.IM.! I "FORBKS: STORE." "The Best for the Least" i
the rule
-ooner you get rid of them the bet. with us.
J L. lira AK-, t1\'e
try pullict'ltH<< : at t.rUod'-i Sarsaparilla i- the medHine W. O. H.IoIoE1T.Comllllttt'e.. /

if |.tU'"iAiC"IIY to take. Strive to Make Prices a Quarter to a Third Less than Hlsewhere:
!It.. A "'aJ.\ .'u aj] Half
I ---- II I ,
.. i I
el| lid UthfullV
.'.' The opening <1:1I" nearly here.1 i I 1 Ask Your Dealer: : for Allen'n Fooi-KaP, Less if Possible. < < *
_.__ <
when, butEXCURSION k ? ? fc < <
Can'tay <
t\t MAT' It 1.I' powder tortherrrt.Itcurrs5<"ollen.-ore. k t ..<
II O.I''lIouo.cbI'JIt.. 8..eatin: l-eet.t'orn-

:. : OF P'THIAS. FROMGENTRAL and aumm. Ac. Ask". At today all. druggists and bboettores. :iV XIT'S TO BE A HALF LESS FOR@

-' --

,f I i. N.. .:. K.of |1'-- The opening day i* nearly: here. Ladies' lOc Hose==To= Day -
andoday 5c
: 1'la.IUhtht.! ALABAMA Can't say when but- per pair.

,. .1, k.ti Meinlieri h. l-rr-rat.. are I)I Garden tools in endless _Not Over Twelve Pair to a Customer. 1'' t tIt's

k ..f .. qulr. Mem- I 1! variety and at rock'ibottom '

..". .nltrn.I Insttedtoattrud.I'a atilt vi-itinz I.I I. i, Early yesterday morning; the con1itruetion 'I nrices at the Willis Hardware to be a Half Less for a SOc Ventilating Corset--Price 25c Each.

I train which inow buy atISnow .I.IIt's
"- HEI.I.. t'. c. I Co.'s.Everybody .
i K '\.koo. !: Hill. Alt., arrived here with

,it tlf : you inu-t couple... of 1'.t"'*enger car, in which 1, piece of thi earth.has a risrtit But to they a must little to k t a Tliird Less for Double) Elastic Seam Hiares-a) \ C v yw\ fur I SLOP 1 .( I

!1 llf uce keej"'V .t'rt.but fifty excursioni-ts from
: 1111. fight for it. They uiu-t watch their 1 1t

i :. the vicinity of Suow Hill. I I' chance to get it. and get it. # See Our Show Window
> tie rayJcst The crowd. were in charge of Conductor Thos. C. Watson & Co. # #

t't'r.rllt have ome particularly fine bargains ""
ttel'cry Will Reynold, who wi-hed

...', he Willis t,> be here to attend a meeting of the :, to you otter to come jut and now investigate and they invite same. W. J. & B. FORBES. p 1

( ''). can please Order of Hallway Conductors, which You will never regret having done t.I

1 afternoon. so.
order met yesterday t


4- _

{t '' '... .......' .-- T'-. "" """ _'_-
.. .; -.. r. .
-. r r ". r- .. ""' -.4 ...' .. ....., P' ._.


4 I _. .. ,
-- --- -

II'' :a i.i MY SELF CONSTI I i i.t ABOUT A FACT THE "BLUES"What ,, Carnegie's NO LIBRARY Condiiicrs FOR Crnnct SAVANNAH.3e !- 1 I known Very strange"Pr as the..y."*is"prayinir.the. It Insect Trey mautis.popularly. Of I I I,! k.1r--t-i-MISS MONIE rr r----BOWEY- --

SISTER this instvt M. J. II. 1'abre a dlstln-1: I No. 38 Perry Street.
rt-.t TUTED \\ .th. DETKOIT. MICHIGANn .
\ is known the "Blues'Is Trench naturalist made :1tuorollb
".. guished - -
Savannah. G.l.1).1 ;2': -A mert- --
; i seldom occasioned actual exist. I stull' cording; to him. "its ':
i'i -
ti by :
in: ')'. the !a1e'al! : lf.:'rarfoT.nuttr'e couple! of winters ago I W ,: f ; ai
,1 \ original! ) ing external conditions but in the or the city rOil; dl was held. MayorMyors. I I.I Ion?. pale green win;.: .. like amplevdls slipped on a frozen sidewalk atrs. ... u

11.. J WI' li.-n: li.i! a "111. >t turmy passage: ; : great: m3jority of cases by :a disorder. Alderman D'xon' and Alder- I its hi'jul upraised to !heaven its and fell flat oo my back. On ,g' .rw-Mk- *'

f ,. ;'\ : '/011I S-Sitluui.rtuii.! I ut the urn:; we ed LIVER. -> ian Holland: 'n-itg pn's* nt. The ijuesttK -t arms folded! and 'ru""otl on its breast, being examined I found that Il t -II .T "| ': '
, 1; gi\e it a faUe resemblance to a nun in I bad sustained internal injuries 1 41 l .1 5 i 'If.-I| \1| I
; wiid; 1 : I .w"ur:': Lay was! warm andliht f ot an otr fromArtiiiew
tI up THIS IS A FACT : ) a'--oitaiice; which laid for .
lIt I ecstatic devotion. j me up more :\6'" li.uiir-I "r a.:. '
] and Ix-nutiful. I had IKH-II abroad ('arn"gie of a donation for the : than two months. After that .
i} t which may be demonstrated A ferocious creature it is, ever !bent : r tr III.. : '

_i : t! >ud> ni;{ and was. c.miiiK htnito settle by trying a courseTutt's of r..tI:1 .11 a fret> public library was I f
: I ilJ I down tu my professionhen the 'i'.a.Ufrcii ant l it was agreed; to make ling its favorite the back and groin which I .'"..r is: ...hulI.r.

- V I.'&m.:1'; docki-, I *\<*).l nfiir the i.o I "'pJrt t'-' the city council at all 'I, burrowins haunts hymenoptera since there it is almost never had before. I doctored .. 4 Il.j ) ''Ir 'ut.T, > >ur 'at ....

t. fohlP'14 end of the canuway waiting for ,:t : Ut the matter drop. and doctored for several > \ "Ir r q .

4 ; 4 I ;It It chance in KI-I ashcre. In ono hand PillsThey This meat. that there will be no lirary ::I certain"IV-ted to Cud on some pr -y. hush near the bur-1 I II months but instead as the of pains growing increased r M;;' ,i..... n-*", rr..nt U.II.K of to a gise ut..r.> I a, ,r'

( ield a suit CUHP, in tin* otlit-r a bundle .> i sra!>Ished.! Mr. Carnegie's; : off I I "
4 rows. says Mr. 1'abre iu his account better decided; that l was not having the Wtle <>f thu t.l., "

'J l" (.t Htrnpjrf-d rug. "11 the tlUl.k I noticedone : wa: iii'oa: this condition! that the of the Insert "it waits patiently untilit right treatment. Reading in the papers wiil bring her heath! &1,1 I

1 .tfl of the chip's! nta-vrs standing befcfcl control and regulate the LIVER ,.:tv should appropriate annually H> sees isouie other insect probably a of the wonderful cures performed by I 1:jil are laJcrititf.' 'I >
: -1 ,{ )*' a jountf lady very prettily "nd They bring hope and bouyancy: to the '"'r tent of the amount of his donation sphex. returning home. ry a sudden : Wine of Cardui I wrote to one of the rid ymirseif, of thu |itinmother. ; .

a \1 tastefully (!red. He was iwilntins; fnr the maintenance! of the institu parties and received a very ut factory dalg'hter. tt half It terrifiesthe
its wings
rustle of
1 h ,t. my way. I thought nothing! of the in- mind. They bring health and elasticity open reply and I immediately sent for some. si.-k and. in n..1| IIf r'-114. >.. irMM.
The committee: considered that
: tion. which hesitatesS
: rldnit! \ thOUgh;; 1 was especially struck to the body. approaching Insect, ( In a very short time I felt generally better equally great to tin-in. v
t 11 it I the city could not make such an ap- S for a moment and then as suddenly asa and after seven weeb faithful use I was D"W'n'II, lOW" tbir llt.4 ". .
M Uh the ..-aranr"- of the young lady.
: np; I
,, propriation. This was the consensus toothed forearm folds '
spring the : wetland have never I 1\110 brought thetaVnie f t
Z 0 'Ai ...m as the crowd thluit" I starte> ir
I t 1 1'" t I t., f't ashore. At the f(..)t of the pans' I ----- nf opinion! and it was unanimously! buck on an arm also toothed and the had a sick hour since and I daily bleu '\\'me (>f Car.lui it a U;>t i

t Unk I astoiushej to feel 1 twfeminine <) IIll'iit>l i\'t. 'were bowling aloni? 0\ptI aart-e.l that no report should be made :i insect is grasped between the blades of your splendid medicine. men At any a:* in ant' 'a.-.

i \ |> MM neek the feuio"tli roads of this fairyland. either: for i.r against the acceptance of I i the double saw in the same manner as MONTH BCWEY. }'"r tie' ytrkipll': W\III"1 I: .
t aliout
thrown ,
'U1 1 ..t .1 arm* my 'with its \\ootltil 1.1 wns, its terraces. It:! Mr. Canusie's 1" per cent offer. I the jaws of a wolf trap close on an unfortunate INK OF CARDUI it onmeListrrritn I for her taik. .1 it !
I of kisses rained my I
I end a Mmwvr upon '
I all wolf at the instant when it is I[!] cin that should always ha ke'.t treatment than a doctur f r
lakes gloaming -
.tl\ [if fme by Iht. youni; ludy 1 had noticed crass grown rocks its :; I I on hand in every home fjr imi',it.miihate .
DREW HER NEAR DEATH. stizing the !bait Then without unclosIng -i
ill the sun of u bright sununerinuruIn. HAIR
\ : (! 'I' from abovi- : : : use when female wfaltYour\ dnmint&; will *.i!! .\ :
ItIf mantis
',, / "iptt, \Vii.: she "* tl. "I'm !'., plail! ,!. :, ; the deadly machine" n",3, f fir-it makes its api"' arance. :Mi s \>'.tt!.> nf Win of *'.rl'" ,

j. fi. >ou'\'e romele'e: U..>n watcliin; fur Nov, Will" KiiiJ toy self constituted Mill Girl's Braid Caught In Rapidly slowly eats its victim. BOWPV'sp.iinfulanilJ.uip'ri'Usaoa'lt'iit'! i i r...,ln m. t.K.IV. Takf if nwoiilit .
\ "
". ii i..- "..-aU"'f ""vr fci lie.<' yeslerday after- I ister ftig'-rly. "what is itS:" Revolving Machinery. S In Provence this cruel insect is nut" have resulted so smruK!' | (.f i .iir ii ,::,e. Ku!.-J It ..1 .

t't' tf liKin" I bail I.n"sl'tl uuiuU'rltfs pitfalls In Xya -k. April'Oh.; sirls. my hairIs : known as "prego! iJleou; ," which means hal she taken WineIJfC.lI'lulprllni'Tt} ai .r..' x ai \ m tak1'!.

!t .' "II howdid .ou-r.nize:; me?" I, my time, but they wore nothing in comparison ( aught! cried pretty Katie Collins. "pray to God." -- -I--- __- _I_ -_- _

1 44 Li "' me of the ship's nmcers pointtil you with the preM-nt bituatiou. l w.1! iv. employt-U in the silk mill at "

t f tf iI 1' (.-t. I asketi him It de uoiil.l K-t mo : ":-u: ?: roo) ; ," I said "a young; man Havered aw, yesterday aftErnoon. as WINE of CARDIJI: ; ,
I first SAVANNAH. GA., March 17. 1 l'tI.? )1 ,
who their
t I..." .w' you came ashore.V ." rlI''ts a joung lady at the api Cy: revolving! machicery drewher BIu -
e 4J I I MEi-R5. r I
-. :.l.l.I I "\ w.who did fee say I was?" ; mt..tln; wins his! heart by ln.r inuu- head slowly! to almost certain :Savannah, ( a.
i I "\\'Iiv. \\illiant Ilr '" n. of courso." 1'111'. her litauty her gentleness, her tiiath.While[ 'I Dear :,ir* : I have ,,1I HPd from
S1. I''HIIII me Iu MmisurpriM', then.iu womanly! qualities leaning over her machine MssnIIna' I rheumatism for a Ions time and did

tlr:, filuhtly away and scanningwe "1 knew It: You're In lover (' ; long braid< had caught. Her not find a cure until I found 1'. I'. 1'. A TTjTF V'T 'rn: jirir.

; ('rlllc'I l!) "Aren't you'" | "Suj'pose that this girl uiistonk thsi ( fomrar.ioc shrieked with horror. The i which completely cureil me. 4-. 1L fiIiL.1

"( tt < urM-- I am.IIIrmr' i rica for hOWl one the had lung; known retained presence of mini: enough ;. Your truly. j.4 .... .. .r.. 1 ..".- ..
father no, hot a fatherLruthtr.. KLI/.A F. JONI.
I I A I..** Hrown your sister. Who clsn H ; II) grasp hi"r hair and somewhat re-

I (bould 1 I...':" lie. charmed with htr sisterly affectiuii. : Hi! Orange St.. Savannah Oa.:
tad its progress. Then she fainted How Catarrh Robs Its Victims of Health uca L I .
.I ..Nol* .'I!... How did you know having no r'alssll'r.! iTinits her 1 OFFIcE :S. Cti i.autv. ;
i. and her I'.np! boy: hung by her hair.
: \ 11':10' i"Ornln '!,' i ii,) continue in LIT mislal."lIat i,unisunient :21! Dray tOll rtrtt.
Catarrh la the mont InsMioul! of
The girl's head was just a fI'llim'h '
tt.I "Ity >I"IIT letHrs.Vhat mnkes you should be recencY"Why SAVANNAH. OA Dec.lG, 1'di.MEIss. 4i5e-r. Ifnrglcctcil.ll invariablyrrac'Jcs _
I '" I '- diJu't you tell her at once?" ps from the wheels;:; when a young man i ; LlPl'.MAN tI:!., thj trcacul tuVt and

ft ,o funny rushed to the power wheels and threw I Savannah I ('':1. lungs, rcnilerlag thrrc weak anti _ _
"I -I ha vtnt \11f'1'1I1'11.I." i! "I coulJu't bear to break the fitll.Tiu I I cepUble to consninptlon.
f | .)!T the lie-It. Dear Sir I would like to add
\\ is she? 1 : my
You bad boy! You said nothing: In ;
I ,, "You. You have: made a mistake. 1: It was a lone time before Mus Collins 1 testimony to the almost miraculous P. P.I.lppma.n'1 .:
Irttt-r* a>M>ut hnvtui; !"vii ill. Why _
ynur i' : regained cousruiU'ueas. and when i effect of P. P. P. in the ease of Mary ( Great Remedy) _
., let kouwV I era Will:! liruwa. but not yourViil'I
4 dInt
\siu me ?'"> saw that hT tresses were gone 1 Ingraham :a woman living;\ on my U the only logical treatment for _ .J
'f "I mwn waick." I Iruvu"I 'place. She hal a constant cough, this loathsome dlaeaie. Catarrh Is _ _
1 1 her !:;I'i..fVa;:; pathetic.A now recognized a* an affection of
; "Oh that s nc'tbinzr'.IfatIwhll& If j i I i.ore throat, debility etc.. ana was the blood and not a mere local troabl .

we W"TI> uiovln: :slon:? :i iI We drove to Lw home in silence! and Heal llerratrmrnt.Kate emaciated to a decree that she was .. The be blood purlfifrlsthere. _ _ _ _

i thr dK and| reachiil carri.ise before j jhu : on reaching it Mw aliphtid! ) before I -What makes you look so sad, unable to get out of bed: unaided being fore blood the parlfierlsacknowledged belt remedy, and the to but be ____________________

I ; ; I h the ctrl at4.l'IQI.| | I II II could arrest hc-f and ran without a n,>rth.i? Surely it cannot be Fred has given up by ph '*icians. She 1'. P. P. Under treatment with P.
I had taken the ruiuou i'ocalltdJIlood P. P. the sickening discharges withhawking _ _
_ _
the front ord of adieu into the Uuu
I "l'utour Iweg.i on Boat I to me :;e. broken his! enuriement: with you?
:Medicine: without ellect. until and pitting and offensive P _
i S tie Mul. She ru. hed hall the arms of a youiij: t'rtl1a-lt.s e thnn that. SomeIV.y odor quickly disappear and permanent _
I put under the 1'. P. P. she immediately and radical
,. I !*t
tlmt tin* young laity tii: .l made a mistil drove away as he was smotluring! her - in ItS :good health a* ever in her life. LrpP U BUOTHZH Siranoah ..

;. ... So far I luul not IKM-II '>UIP'1 hI.! >, \\ith kisses.I A SEVERE COLD fOR TKEE MONTHS You can refer to me at any time a* GaG
I !nl.--I han tI,H narlv fur. huttlriof
..... if I continual to kayo lior unin- f.jund a mutual friend who pleaded! ; The following letter from A. J. to the Htect of I'. p. P. in the foregoing P. P P.. Li'ptnans Grt..t Jw

t 'I I tvuuld tlHrrvt to I In' 11"1' my cause with Alii-e Brown and :at last Nu-buumof JJateville! I IIll.. tell its cae. Your truly.! .. afflirtei from the crown of my hra i f,tl. e c:... "f mr f.ot:' Y rPPP -
.. ::u1tyofbreatlusur, imothrnn tiilin .1. ',.. .
It I ,, l.'iiLtitt the <-n.| of I lie drive I (.eeun-il permission to call ui>on her owntory.. I suffered for three EL ooitnl .no closea for ten \ei" t. { .it n w I 't ,I* ?

t : 1 '<"'!.\\1)111,11..,' likely! to rctuuni/.t Since her I nnhiT rouiimd with a mnnt.'i- with -evere c.IJ..Iru.' .'- sale by allBANNER Drugi.ts.CATXtI.. I hate not s!.-pt on either sule for two r t t .

.. I sm'K: the .,' -ho hat ii-t: 5'feivtred! me some modiciue. and tmlady,,' in any JV.M'I,mall niijht 1 as .., .
.d i-i. :: II. > wroiivVllli.iui I'.rownv 1.shry : to <>! )w han ., a phy-ici' III pre-cribtd for me. yet I : .& fni-niUan.l the pu'i.u-; .. .
I. !,',< al!H. \\ as so im-iiy so af- oxpt't-ted: me to tell. \ I ilpvoiiti myself if generally. \ tr. >
4 did not improve. I :i.. ') tried Fol- ira t..nj Y'J Ha,9 A 8I THE STATE iKTti-Cmuty of Cotnar-h' ". u., <, ..o,. i -
I i I-. "Ii U'Ji.U'lNl III StV lilt' llftlTi ri.nxilins her for their separatum. 1haxu i ey's Hot.ey and Tar and "Iht: doa Be.rI the AM ) periaaily aprared A M. Riaisry. who aIr N-i,. .! v v.. i.u. .JUJMi iivitement .
.. been roiiyohn hi .- : mal.i">T him retativetothe vir-le' f r I 1 I' ts't! "... h true A :M! KSw \
I i S i-<-no that I MiuM not he.iri ;:; r e\or :iiceAUTIIUU cured me." Ktfa-e ,;:ub-tI:ute''#. \\ c1gllltu."O j ia U> auU subscribed before uie tin* .tju- ," r- .' -t,

I i< i .." :> l !L>- ifll.. \ 11,1 \\ hen shi' d.s-; IIUXTIXUTOX.A : A. D'Aleniberte, 121: Jouth Talufox of ,t ., J M L\MI.: r !II P C.tnn.heC 'j" ''i -

*. !\\I' r'.1 l t, .it sh hail I IMTII kKsin? a - -- street. r> (Lppman'* Great R medy. H ,n;>trior to all iKr. apariPa m-1 ftic < >
j It tnliht hrt-ak lur heart. ; .iiinlim Iliivliniitli' >nniei P. 1J. I cieatiflc an p .1 > ii.ati S A L V E
dieaseeoftheiukin aol blood.
t : The practli-v of the wife assuming!
I .-. i i J' th* wimaci''. ( onldn-l Till the ill."Y..u (Uppman'a Great Remedy ia wit known to physician! _b"l'n'rito. 0
lrlvc the husband' name at miirriap-, according the most healing: salve in trti worl P. P. P. largely In their regular pr ctcc. the ormaU being iii"l* It L lone enough \ town "
> a \\< I to l >r. r.rewt-r. oripnatol frcuia knn.10hnni.. said the moth- I carton bold by all I>ruggi.i*

i .! t .<.<.unitery short tu nn. I 'the child is father of the man.' "
Ikouian and l lot'l'lIllil' the cominuu tr. You will have
a cus'toiu pride in you own
.I.t! iliJflcult to k'''>i> uj aiiju-ar- i Tln-n saitl Johnnie.! Mineyiug his fa. Lippman Brothers Prnprtet.ire. Savannah: Ci
flower if
} custom afur the Uouiau oecupu- jrardeu thy are on your u ,. ,
ml -... .!I. .1 In .l.iini 1
A i only < ; tier from head 10 fool: b..nd
!! tint I'hii- Julia and Octa\ii. taurriclto own ground.'our nu- can buy

i > \< tie myself fur my hick of romp and ('h't'rn.He called by "Hut he tint big; enough; tu whip :a home, and he can do it now although -

i .t\ HIM! mv liluthl.TS hy the irreati I i the l-niiiis Jnlln of 1''lUllt'Ul' Hla Li ml": -Atlanta Constitution.II : he may think otherwi-e

':'i -pf. my al>*eiuv. I .1eun'r.111I l i rvery woman wants a home of her THE NEW GROCERY STORE.WILL .
!! of (Cicrro and in latter times marriedvomeii
i.,,rse of the ronvcrMtum that I \\ nil tli<- fat.Of I own, and if she will have a talk with

I !If. :, adniail I-V T slnet-1 WM: fonr-I in most Kuropeau countries a uJuen the great priim donn Thus. C. Watson & Co., the o_ -
i.ii..l their! names' in the same manner,
I. S ,r. ul.., that our ii...tlier was not I ". Crl..l "1I-.iv.'iis. my voice is a. gonr!" leading Real Estate Agoo.>nt*, they!
I fIM) our father hat irru-il! but omitted the ..,t. Against: thH l'ut i cit In the "'Int;. can show her how easy it is to get MOVER
i \ \I iv may lw in-ntlmttil thiit during tho Cn vl' "1 know how slip sings"
.. I..-!- tlio only chiMicii I I hy one.
i \ii ::
sixteenth :lIl''l'n at the beginning; : : of .And r.msheU the solo "'lih honor
-I I Irrl;!:;... ; th.- seu-ntoeiith wtmirj the usaguJic'ins -- -Life. Keeps a Complete First-Class Up-to-Date Stockof
\ !. !,t-w 11,' an-r islie wiiil asM ,
(doubtful siiictwe find Caiharine .
.1 I i ..rtiei. "Uo'll\ lie ut li'iiiie j jS in I' Fine and
..l1ut...... I, Purr s<, st.:mn,mirriiii hir-elf and after shehid always "I :1m'f'ry uiu<-b .ifrasd." said the (lONE? DISEASES Staple Fincy Groceries.No. I
Ui-n t\viri' \s e
fri"-nd. "that it will be Lard for you to
"Alicv. I said "let
!I'r. t. usiitral
: *
.. 4 park bofore Roin; : hear of Lady Jane Groy (not lie r"-'I"l'I"I! 30 W. Covernment St., Salisbury Block. I
( Dudley, .\ral..IIttunrt; (not Seymour "
i .Not: bit answered th cotfataIo1&U&s! ,
I .-rv IB sttiuethiu.; I \\ :ant to a art 11:1.110': : :Cl;
), et('. .. .
I ghuu"It may !Is' i\i <-: : lout nut
I :-"')ht.e M-rsons think that the custom' casei.
tUtilhint"I: : ftiai.
.. .
t t. fnulit at once. "Anything
originated fn>m the STiptural teachirg
,; ', lluv yuil got into any that husband and wife are one. -- KIDNEY CUE II.i WICKEStCO.
>l>rinu 4 nl. FOLEY1
1 This was the rule of law so far back The .. liiriittti. 111t4)
miU'il.Ts !
Kitt'.i. i > )
: i. !..i.l! :. "'&'I'y pleasant: cpi"Uh. -
i : :as I'.racton (died I2iv.: and it was dechlei K-r .i !tcitfht an' PI-.I wl,

.. i in the case of Ron versus Smith T1p ol-' m: lt' pi.ll'.r., : -.. iAn :

Will! you're eiiirnsfsr.! : I know iii the reign of, that a woman the i.luwiaaJi .i.. .-.-. :, .1'1 or montf refunded. Contiirj Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
: {I Ami 'a i'"r.ti: ,.'.on ,
in that
y>'ui ;iri' And I wa *' hope by marriase loses her former name and remedies recognized by cmiotct -

)..!! .Hid I W'lid! I"' I".:. t1..r". :,: \t"aiy!! reeenes the name of her bus- \ l-okrr all. the hut f lot
physicians u No. S South Palafci: Street.
., .1
.t t :.11"p -i-.i: 1':111'1.ltl.t1u'r tin- is Involvrd -
\'. 1; : \ I It.. I.- I. I i :.1'!!. d to tl .> .custom 1e-Made an e\pensue call jesterday. Kiidney and Bladder troublei.FR1C1 All Kinds: o.. Platabin and (h4 }o't.: .; f Material K*;4 'n Hand ;

lu much obscurityhIo1 .,t.'p"nNJ.: ; q'J'" .. ....'. ., 1)1 A I'Ll
.. ', f"r:1
Hi 'I. us :
: in
e. i heWho: did you call ou? ... .*4 ,..**. I
l ,'. v.- ., .r I i'i.l I .1 .i t"\\ 1.1"!
)' ( out of Tree*. He-Thrt-e queens and dropped tifty W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.: TIME TABLE.

The holy coat preserved at Tre\es. in 1.luaks-\tw iork 1'nss. 1

Hrrmany.; is claime l to !be the M'auilrsscirment
-- -- -- -
Christ and for which
:: worn by PARKER'S
IN KKrKTT (I'r.i t VI'.KH: ,*'i
A SPRING TONIC the 1 U.iman soldiers 1I"t lots during the Neglect Means Danger. I.- HAIR BALSAM
CI_ and brut.r.w ':11 h&r.
i cnii-itixion. It i Is. a tunic about the feet Don't ul'I't.; hiliouqie-z and con- .a 1'......._ t Iuioi..nt ruwANever New Orlean'i and Yo1)I1si.

N .w "a i : t"K, .t iJ of the 'inc cut narrow at the shoulders and tipation.'eur health will cutTer --n Stair to Full lit to YoMhful Hestore Co.or.On1 --- .

,t' "! ii . 'it iv*, gradually: : widening toward the knee ruianeutly\ if you do. DeU'itt's CUIM"Kt>. .p d 11.1_' .'.U.. it I'' r.ft ttnd .=c. '0/.1\. .;:i-: So.:!. o s. : :0. I : ::10.. '

tl II. -' iii during tin wir. Many lulracUare"said to have beenIior1ornil Little FarIRIcers cure nch case*. 11'1' a 1:11: in 11:0<' P Leave Panci'e .. Arln i %.'\\I) a i ., p t. fI
I .
Smith. .iaI 8 2t7 p lC: a L".Tl' tl..m.'oD Lee t" .. '
:M. B. II >
' ilii'in I II Butternut Mich. I '
T.o: t ) niri- aysDeWitt's
| .
this rolw.Its .. !
by lll" a 42 p iJIS C L' )1,1,1. i..i I: .fD't 1: .s D .
I \ ( In- li.i.i| | .1 It'1 Ini j til iii p tinlflil history for the Inst "((11) years: Is Little Early RI-PFS are STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE --.......N : ;1)_ ..:*" ,,_ 1.1\\'' :-.r -11'1. 1,....& k I P. 7 ....11 :
.\ .. 1I".I..tll'I'N :Mnlll- M li.i. llW'ttifactory pius I ever

't .\I II Ilillrl A fi'W ,1.1-t'' will 'lcir enouch: hut d.irkne-.s shrouiU tll"-: Never iipe or cau*f' nausea.: North. :

.., the s!.'ry of the relic! prior to the H'irpis John
"* > i If "I.! > rtir Iii- Pharmacy. M bE'I'l'anl: n"I\ pen Ppnsacola anti ;Milton-Hi,>atKnns :;
No. !. No. .
I 111 .',llull. I M ,,' M.I, ( ' :: | | Hall) Kxcept: Sunday 1Ia' p m 1:1 p :n Leave I'.nanIa ArI'. .... as t .. m
.., lie illlll IIIHOSTETTER'S relies! far proof of its anthentic'ty! ujioti -- I ....,
I 4 "-.I'! I 4i5 am I\t p m Arr.\' !Monuiom.ry I. II" 11 ,. '"
...111111.1. a tradition that it was one of a ('cht, .. 1'JalfTItSIIOS: II ;5 am 1I'pm .rr1r" .lmnb.m Le&i, I.. # RI
TII i p m .1:1'1"' m Arrl" =,,,.11\111. J.""_-
J ful of relics sent as a jr.ft: t.> the %:1918 m :lIa m Arri.LoevIi._ Lu. II Pili' t: .n
Regular conclave of
; church at Tre>es by the Iaipre He!' : LT Milton .. nm I.vI'ensacoia.t5pm 7-li) a m 11:1.: a m Arr1\1) llTltlnnati Lea" t., p 11I i I' p m
Coeur d- Leon Coniman- 1't'oatolaP'am: Ar Milton ". 1I1" m i.t.iptn rr"I 1.0 ii I .
STOMACH( mTTP.RS.AT 1'iia. she 1 I" said to have f.1: the ., "pin ._.__._ .. _" :1' Pili' r "
JfrY0. 1. Knight Fare, Ailc Kuund trip, U .'.J.
1 coat at Jerusalem while iu search of i Templar at 7oO:; p. m. PENSACOLA AND RIVER 1UNCTION.

the true cross. VJ' : NjMonday.: April ( 'itIW NOT1'Et.NE1THE o.1-Dallr: :; s-Patty O"Op.I'f..t.m.l".bfWD! o.S-I'"p !'o I a ,

.' A lesend: says that in the r. nth century I_ \_ Grand visitation of the -

i' .- the holy! coat was concealed! from D. If. Eminent Commaader of Florida the! captaln.o'll'nwrs IlM 1:1t5: nlbt pm T.i 113".a m I"L..a\'ll }'eflac'tIa 1'0.: Am---p.. ii ,, J 'f}

till'.rrulUs: in a cryit of the! catheiral Knuht Templar, followed by a a nor coniiznf: of the l25): 7 16 ,.11Ip,1,. .. I" a.r oj
It !' Regina Ell'na111 be .. .. 11'1 .
l2t: II I It II Lcsnilu -
( : !. There it remained forgotten until banquet. responsible for debts contracted 1:1.3. 1.:5" e I
: Muat:
rsr tbe of sail vessel. \11." .'
Si'journinz by crew
Knight ..
KICK'SOysters UCM;. when it was: rediscovered and cour- KIZ7 i. 12 III 1 :N Harp I IOI" .
teou-ly invited. Ha: ) 7 :51 &, t City J loa": .
the altar. Unit Transit; Co., Captain.Coniijnees.
placed high
; It "
Li ei Tt "
HAKKY W. GIBE*. UUt MIltOn 1\1.11" t :II
Gus EITZEX. 1:191 .a m ..... II .... joel RA31" 4 ..
Recorder.E. .
.. ..
I I.M" 1:1": ... ... Holt .1\1" 4 .
Good For Rheumatism. !: I" M 191 II .". .oo ..... .MiiLl&a .. .
I I PEXSACOLAE. tiat II "io1" ...... ( rejiview .. illl" .
Lat fall I wa taken with a very Medical Society, Attention. 11\)11"\ 5 :)II" .. ... n-r LA3j .. .L'. ..
severe attack of muscular rheumatim I 8:21 II 11:Ia; _. Mo..y 11..1 .. C .i .. C
Restaurant There will be I 4 UI"! 11.3. It ..1)e. Uossa ..
a regular meeting; of ON8ERYATORY[ ijf MUSIC 'pnia. .. ::1' :
1:1: | which caused me great pain 4:11 It:<< It .. Ar"y'lO .. T4 .\
the Pensacola: Medical Society at : .:.1' II: 7' .. POlice d" L"OI fII I
and annorance. After tryicjr jev- :be!: Board of Health offce t :.'JI" loll .. .. .slflll. T..fl .. : ..

j era! prescription* aud rheumatic )'clock E. 0L CHAFFERS Director ,)OJ .II. 11 15' ".. Catyvhhie .. ... ':11 s sS ..
; p.m. Tuesc1ay. May 13 and 27. ,.
i IIJQ') .......... 1100.1.. I;" I
:, cures, I decided to ue Chanber.Lila's Visiting physicians are cordially 5:1); 11':17"' : II i !itpl., e r. ', I ..
I 1 invited to attend. t'JI" 11'12' ('ottoo<:l.I. .. a IC ,. : .. I....
I in all Pain Balm which I had
styles seen T44 II !' II ,.
DR. E. F. BRI-CE Piano, Voice Culture, Violia, Pipe ,I .. :: M.rlaao. a I
,,, 1:10: It ..
I l1Li' .
[ advertised in the South/ J- '<' .. typr' i t4 C.
.F y 1'0. Mandolin .. ..
President. Organ. Cornet Guitar, T:..) U 11:5:1: to UraD" itidj. S ti I I
c Short orders promptly After two applications of this R9CleI DR. W. C. DEWBERY. I Cello, etc. Tl 1116 noon ,. "a...... j 'I,
dy I was much better and after '1l25ttf Secretary. :1:1": 1215 \.rrl. .K..rjanctioa I......; J "ii

I filled I I i uinz one bottle was completely I I Also Director Pensacola Concert .
; -- -

i I' Best affords the market! I I'I (J.medicine'cured." For SAT LIE by HARRIS all drug Salem! >i u ,:and X Too D na be cored: TTI ef any-form TOBACCO and Your of tobacco SMOKE Ufea'ayt SPIT! II'I' Brass Band iod and Striallasle Elite !Orchestra.FurisaIII TRY! TIE !BEW WAIT tUMN !

: l" KHVM Right Away easIly I be aide well strong. msraffic.! U5'CI'I 0cc13ifl3.

u.I nuke*a e eejj end oiwcju tzA: co.l.Foley's ; "' life and igor 1 taking -
I i Private parlor for that m&kej week mea strong Many ra'a
tea pound* in ten daT Over 500,000 Address : Escambia Hotel. 'nit IIp&t. 11 na n.ri Isi if tim iIi ..

dinner parties. Honey and Tar I cured.let and AI advice druggist FREE.". Cure AdJresi yuaranteej Book. Studio : Parlors! of Fi* t Baptist, f8 -1"Jl. Laxative Bromo-Qiifline TU
$ I STFlU.l
tor children jifc.sure. No opiates. REMPDV CO. Chicago or New York. 43 Church. I /F;MYVVtha IUMdI &W qg. s ..w U M 4U.r /.

_____-_ ---__-__ .__._ ..

.. < ,"' .-- --> -.. -- -. .- .
,. t

1 1



---------- -

r Nasal I A WOMAN'S i I The Story of a Pioneer. !!I !IT WAS kiLL OR BE' KILLED. .,

a MBAIMro'fM I
CATARRH a, .'grr nl, (",t9 Paine Slew Williams In Cincinnati In
PRIVILEGE Few men: are more widely knownIn .
f:' Jtu Topeka, Kas., than Thos: L. Ross. Self-Defense. .
--- Me is the pioneer real estate dealer!! Washington, April 26.' -Th* navy department )o) t o macJ.jI 'pinl

[Orig nal.] : there, having located in the town in has received the findings of }

5So + Thonp; it Is a woman's irivilrjrp to 173.! He wasasufferer from dys-1 the court martial. headed by Rear Admiral With :
pep-ia until he heard of Kodol IUys- rtacfy.tear lt nr tf;
aCS change; her mind, wo to the man who Cooper, which tried! Jams A. p 9

offends her ly, doing: the same thing: :' pepia Cure Paine, a blacksmith aboard the United cocked cereals 1'1'
Julia Mars and Aubrey TisJale were steamship Cincinnati for the

'. .t. rte ', 'I-nJ i. killing of Agnes Williams a water' t #
very much In bore with
otb'r.AuIrf'j .
1 !I Jc; .r., .u.. tender on the same vessel, while the .1
was a sensible ft How and 311.'at..l tYu
I u t M1 !rt I : -':''' Cincinnati was lying oft Charleston a e
\',,, de'ayin; the marriage, for
," 'r. :A'ftlot. : L.y.nrat.Pypu few weeks ago. The court found Paine
Mr. Moars at-kej that before ruarrinjl'till'
not guilty of the of ,
,\ ." L !"u..,:. ... l.rill"lr"iI'm should Lave pot well: charge manslaughter a
and he was acquitted.. i
ttartfU In the worlds mill and have want d
,. .. Evidence developed for Pain a ?'r/food/,4e
I Llr "'nr,. tome accumulation. Julia thought dif ,
,, splendid reputation as to his general
Iry I f''r ft-rHitly and proposed nu tKiptment.
conduct aboard coshrQi J.l
ship. was
lte"r "was confesstil he provento
once, Autrey that saw no reason Gclur. a a+ e
1I.ld.! The jir opnp.l. for such a course when by the exrclte the satisfaction of the court that '
P' Paine believed Williams to be preparing ::7:
a little nt a little patience all would go I i
.'t I 1"' '!'o.uily:I lrll.t.; well without the necessity of antagonizing to assault him with a razor and Mor

I i,' : I.' If he !knew / her parents.: Hut Julia told him that Paine cornered as be was, had no d'nerilr4f t.}

.' 1\ :i biugtua and !(u- had no spunk and if he wanted her alternative than to strike out with dfeJloo. 1 J-

htuut. thow that he had courage-In the only weapon at hand-his blacksmith c 1 1P 1t i
V t t
t t:tiffin the little! other! words !h. found hlmsvlf In n Ial- tons A sharp rivet on the

.1. nit.l hen \tc JTO- ":titan tn |,>M? his girl or mnrry her asihe tongs, it was shown was the cause
fLu tiiM.-14-Mi of Williams' death. Secretary Lora
jrest |ir" Aftir considerable de- I

,> < uo1 l the buy bad littf-ratiuii Incon- 'iit
!",-sr ,.I i the t-lritr !;: th.' two Wl'nt for n rl\'<>. i

"" "ry ..r the inutilat- :and goii'g to a neighboring; town Aubrey HER ABSENCE A MYSTERY.

',''WIt' lor the rout!- l Ie ft !his bride expectant at a !hote .. f 1i
not. L &o&
and s-tatted nlT! In search of a win Strange Disappearance of a Stamford, i t tv'

., '- fttL.! r raked biro !ihttr.Vhile he \\"nolle Julia! being; Conn., Woman. !

\ ..r.ti. charytreat' nh !.e ainl an t'a"I'rt.y to remorse, beKan For several years, he writes: Stamford Conn.. April :20! .--The ,

". r.hlGeorge! tll thin: of what she Lad (:dune 'my wife and I sutf 'red with thatttrnble strance disappearance off: :!' Elizabeth j! tpf
ui'ilady: known as d ';: sea
Itf Il.llnlf- bow she woiil 1 anger; In'r father! and or indi( etioti.Ve pel( 1'arsons. a well! .to-do woman who, I. i
y o
'. .1 I I !Lt. profes! 'r.t 'Iistrt-ss her umlhrr The result wn "\ commenced to use KodolDy.ptpia : lived with her sister Mrs. Stephen T, l at I,

1 i'.> :lutl.ontj for that yU-ldins to iiiii'Ul\ she went out Cure on the recommendation Wilson In Grove street is puzzling the 1 y ;. .,9t lt.r.f. I' I7 t

l i..l'.t: ui left 1 to the d ior where the horse and bugiry of our druggist.: : After one dose, local police force and members of her
and in a iiort time all those. terrible .
wire stindiii and into the family.
< getting ,
Jrnri( OefJ
1 act. o
.1 t'e! I l..v. 4bei Imtrpy.; started to go back p'iini and I dy-pep-u' tormentpaed She ]left home Last evening! about 7

i I.. l' il his fathir lYisei-tly Aubrey came to the hotel away. My appetite, alto my wife's, o'clock to go for a short walk. She jI
came: back and our food could be enjoyed I
with a I'liniMer 11I.,1'n* surprised\. not as when we were 21. I am II was not dressed for a journey, but hadmoney : i t

to ate the horse and biisgy in tinj lace turning 77.i with her. Telegrams sent to
1\1'" \ where he had! left them lie lu.steiu.-l i h! have: not fullered! one day with I. out-of town reUthfs brought no news I

", t. v nom nn,l a !Into the parlor intetulin: to tell J-ilia mytom.ieh: -me** I ,,commenced! tone of the missing woman. It has peen as. .

.'! 1: 'a' are of the disappearance! but found no Kodol Dyspnp-ia I'ure, and I curtained f.osithely that Miss Parsons I I

'; hut a Julia there. Instead! l.e was informed recommend'' it to all of my fellowcitizeu did not leave this cityby train She J t tC

f !' ; organs, -
that Mi' )liad t..ken the tiipige; and was in good, health. t '

.t! -Is. and is driven l.a1In. the dretioii: whencethej .-- -) ..
.a by means ha-1 come, ( :setting a hor-e and FEMININE CHAT. Try Cb.imberlain'-s Stmmcti
|>iirp 'S*?. warns from a livery st.iMiv, be started -- jiveY Tatdets, the bet' phy-ic. For j

: .. in the other after IMT. UMrtaking her' he asked 1'lnrl'T(1' (':moron who hat been ape .sale by all dru;; i-t- and medicine SOLD 'BY IVERY GROCER \ };
-. ..f tiisfiixv or dealers.CASTORIA. ,
h what she Ult'IIIIt."hrnlt..l -
r to :i< -
I.nlnhoJ a nurse l.the I'.rltish war "( .
: .< L.y 11Ui,ages 1 kiiowietlL'e the si. told l ln j
truth e Ur + er tire rl''l'i\'l'llll'r training at the 1' .
V t ',j :'I. the system 1
that Mie. had forgotten all at (nt a dl'll'hit l1u:>l'ltal. i,
." i ...-lu.. tad the JlMrasv trr>u seui and must (:rte one before Mr. Kngene: Held widow of EugeneI'irht. ; io i
the wedding I : Aubrey convinced tt.utILl' iI
.'. hair It any local !. the rh'ciieo:: poet. i Is, on a plea-! For Infants and Children.
girl was weak. iuiested \\ teurJ' 1 I
t 111." I in generally! caiiwsi ; readiness. tire will I trip iHhiam to the three Hawaiian Inuntlls.I .Is-laads Sh," The Kind You Have Always Bought O3T*-oIFensacpla .j.:

: I. i .rare Inflaiumaiiou "1 must take this rig! back" he said.Yt.u
\ but u market lo ; I Mss: Lila Sloane. of New York ba Bears thefiiguatuieof A Florida.
so; on home. J: //
1 iritnxliu the ( fashion and I
I .s cj.!_ a jjeuvriJ ilis- erman
"No. replied! Julia. "I'll go back,
t i !.<. q ftrtn.vitt i, has ..i\ <'i> a surihre] and diamond entragetnent
-- with }('1l. ; ring to her future llU'lJand.i Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Kadi: \ Invinjr: a team tl.foY"l'nt slowly J'
Miss i Julia! Marjorie: Anderson has ,, linlnHmn friini the Northern Wood -- -
to Help Others.i atk In sieiu-e.! Presently Julia, .
Just won the annual oratorical! contestat aru in 1'iuj-UultaiB.tU'Cirtain torn: fur coogL&Try
i -' 'I! jc'i: tptubl- all my j'iqiied I at her IOUT'S Indulerenre. oall- the Wisconsin State university Beautiful Lots for Sale. >t

h.Jw: M"iil<*r. proprietorIt ..1 to him that she had from the first a dozen Jung's Red
sn of the
.ttliiiir \V..rk., llri. SI:"JM'ctitl that he did not 10\ I' her surliciently against swung; men orators '
Heart Beer and will 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each according
Idl I Uii'l 6 lit rni.-iliei.loctitr I to be her hu.-band; that her return of the class of 'II'J.Mrs. you ,

amid I "petitv was really to test him and her ; Harry I'ayne Whitney has established hare no other.REMOVAL. to location and surroundings.

tryintf to J got a suspicions had NH-IJ continued. Aubrey: an atelier of her own in the

i Finally('ur.- and 1 read hi of e t.ald nothing. but, when they reached Itrjunt 'ark building: New York, where NOTICE.Dr. Exceptionally! Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

v great ' the Ihery stable and he had returned she spendmm'h turn wielding the High, Dry Fertile Lands.

I its equal for his team he g'it Sum the buggy; with, brush and in'ab'ling; ill clay.
Sarah: Ann i'rand.ill! died recently at (i. ti Tuttle
gladly rec'im- hi'rand turned the horses bead toward ,
.' 1 may help h"III Julia said nothing for the first her h"UlI' ill irovii. :N.; Y.. havsiu: brad The grandest opportunity for investment ever

I f.1 I 1Uyslo4i llll mile, but before liui.-hlng. the second a complete recluse in her liousi for fur Dr. J. (i. Heard cffered in Pensacola. .

Ii'! trnuhle- charged; Aubrey with making a fool of ty \ears. None of her neighbors had

i,'\dul1)yghat ...It.- her by running away with ler and earn her face in that pi riod.! ,;I DENTISTS. Dome Seekers Should See These Lots

1 j >::11 *.isfj you pard. then drhing her back: without a marru.f. Jenny: Hirseh. who leeetitly died in II I Komiis 7 and il. M.loniiTriuil(>.
I It rlin. agi-d; se\enty-tw, was one of I
All Irrnnolif- "urKical. < ip .r n\>- .1'rt: AV.C1ubbs
'I want you to have a trousseau," the pioneers ill the uwrt'uu'nt for securing I'chl\nlc"lll..nU'try ierfonnrl' w.ti, ti-. li I -

FOlt.:" ', Kidney Cure sail I Aubrey., a better education' for ( ;'rmall UIOIll skill.ipechai .

trot faaJ Uaikr "\ oil mean that yon are glad for an women and superior opjiortunities fr Te.*th.ioUl Httcntlon sad Ptire..ti\t-n lHit) Killmii'rtiwti to I 1: !.alitr.-:. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets. '

: right. \111'\1"" to break. with me." |i earning; a liurg.Mr' I Hiiii Bridge \Nark.Re'tNatertalI'ompetrnt.

\ III I. "I would! tail jour test if I acted H..Ii:1.tWItl'f\ Trentiep. wif.of .- i: : ( ri.iiipimntleleilioiip : F. C. BKK.Nf. WM.: H KNOWLhH. W. K. HVKtl J K.. J. i H KKKfKv.ce

," -t17'' d t" Like tl'fTt! 'n -illy." a wanlthy manufai'tun'r of '|eeland. Nil Ii'S. f';' .ldH.t. .Pre.tdenl, ('ablrr A. t .titter, '.

\\' JetnniiirI "Very all; this ends,11." !. U.. wen! on her little linu>'r .1

I .' C. .Jl."tier." "Uh no: We'll be married after ;you rut: ultichrutitailisacopy| of the-n,'i ( ILNl1 I \(' K>\

; r year i'i ailititi get your trousseau. : -st tonal CUT pro lucid the "1:111:11,:, First National Bank

.'. < the paper Aubrey Brute to Julia !tote. wh.-r of Molar Kliujxain.. .. it I "
ti'.eiu by srtding she abidtd1'ithont word l 1.,1 k \: ,
:; or a The dowager Ituehess! of A-1 scitilsjns .,. '
: 'r 111'.1H. she went up to t'w door and into the : eotistentation in the c<.I..I t tjHil.t'cal r I' j 'f
M.; K-H n K.
.. houw. ll.en Aubrey drove way.tibr ein-les of lia:.itud by r..f-: OF PEKSACOLA. tt I fDXr1.DOTOrt..11
C we.1'trdrrtfre .
.\ -y in thinking the matter or tn! the mtnusiiit ..f bar f '; I.. ; r:;'" 't>
f ,,,,', fill"S, atCo..v. cMtx'lnital that perhaps he had actedunu eoinini: Inovrai-hy'' of the Lite hiU: > t' :

iS4land risked lowing the girl! bl'fI"1. the oilu'ial revision u;:uall>' n- iinr'd To Greenville and Mnn'goineryleaving WM. KXOWLES, W A. BLODNT. F. BKEKI .V K HVK1. it I ;:
/ lie went to see Julia the next
--- --- I nion Depot at Itl:.;" p. m. D.G. BRENT
..Ia:1IId, proposed that they target all -; .
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR : Lturd.IY1 ay 10. tickpt-s good for; t: r.t i u"cl :t'"lIIt the unfortnnate epiwide. Ju!;* d.iy, leaving
one ; Montgomery at
If..i fjltt. o>irne.l Ills advances. He left the ('urf'- coughs and colJ. 11'JO: .""ullllalIiht.. Fare for the rml n mnl! b A B Al t Sri!

I u |I. r. Hetill ace house with the urn di apreeable; fetllug Curebronchitis croup and anti whooping asthma.Cures e'. 'mitt!I'. round trip to either place\ $1 1..1.\ D n t U an :
From Cantonment; or Centuryame
tint In iiitcifermg with his lady Cures hoarsene-i and bronchialtrouble 1'einacola.. Secure tickets
love's privilege to change; her mind hi ?. ah.!
-leepin; cat berths from L. & X. LrW& dn w our own Bills of KichuoKe; on Oreit Krit.-iin. IreUnflOerciacy.
had commuted bliuder. Houiurfiere and I la
a Curepneumonia grippe
"' 'f HITS WANTED. was nothing to do but 11'1111111 \V. .\. D'Alemberte, 1 IJ!1 :South 1'ala- ticket two and uxeut.three There day will excurrion-be no more thi-: France, An=tm, Italy Holland, I'ilnlld6Inm.' RoHjla No i i -t:

(bear it. and he trod to satisfy laniseif fox strt't't.Poley's. ;"a-OIl. For further information apply way, riweden: Denmark:: and other European 4ol1otrl'l., I '
''wt1i T 4tl4l E. 'h,*
with the reflection that Julia bad been to &h-: *
K "> I \l I M M.K: t.rVe sel. Dtsbr.rH.t'nrou Most Favorable Terms and Ibtli I I
,. weak and would not make a Rife lifetuquuuv. Honey'and Tar ROBT. KING tar1'tTtttTlliIgA Taken T> !.
u. .1.! t Obligations Payable at Port of emr.aUoii Tu or fifteen Din
... cures colds, pre\ents pneumonia. : ,. after Vessel Arrives tfctrs.
.. ... Wv Months passed: during which Julia EXI'ur lnn :Manager.: --- ----.--- I

\ n.. .' "' 01' ally' hardened and Aubrey grew more Special eommunie>not trSafety Deposit Boxes for fleet in Connection ,

S, 4th St., Ph.ladl- in.-el.!'bit! *. E-cambia; Lodge :No. l 1. with which we haT PHTB to ft'onrtinent for thu U.t i

I in n ,"Ilin "What's the. matter. Aubrey asked: <, I.G iF. tt A. M., at 7AI: p. m. James Hughes. o fR en ..fIIl'lI. i I
I lie-day. April :?:I. Work i:
.'nti-in. an attractive girl of twiuty, ,-I' I J
't.VIII the ;Hrd degree, attaru'hi
\.' : a'I I ) ('I. refrellllletitWill FOUNDRY, ESTABLISHED 1803. I'
r"lIlhll'tll1S! trouble. f
\, \\ ,\ \ .z1e'v : .lnll'V*! be -erved, in the Ma-onie dining :I' II
.J I .a I h.'s. ticatfl you just as you
.. :) (... ,. .I.1J hall. Machine Shop & Boiler McKENZIE !
..... -'I.-" J il! r\e \ou put a great slight on Vi-iting brethren invited. CO. .
.- f\\: 0/ 1 La! i \. not ni'sistin, on the marriage. i H .\ KUYV.. (ilHI-!-, f '
\ ,/ n..,., ." F'I /. \\ ,.< n a wniimn ;,-Ol'S off to be married. \\' Ire. KlN-il: :) Secretary.W. Works, --- --- LrS8 II' 0 1 I',

to I.'". l. II a n'at: mortUication to tier to re- M.
\1; I: Howl No SOl S. Palafox Street Ship Chandlery and General Hardware I!
t .. 'I i i iJuri..I.: :!!: ;I 1 TdorateTour fi rnrrtl.
.etas.A 1t I'.i.t' it was her own doing.! Candy Cathartic cure constipation f-reier
I I0c.25c.: IIC.CC rail. druntslsrt fulntmoaV. l'l- 'S"l'L.\ J-\ n 805 S. PAI.AKOX H1KKIIT.: ; t
V t after the had had time ta re-
J ''i'f: -
wdCiENOY -- -
fl. 1..11'1"-
_'w.ttl a 1 ( LJ c i .. '._e liar mind agan." The fiue-t line I. of 111II1>rt'I1.1in I look the: SawMill Work and Re- REVERE COFFER COMPANY, JOHN A. PA) ;HJIyt'S: HOISH CO+1 : 'II
city is i ;: at :Stephenl
I v-: tY 1 1"I a. liar privilege. :it ther.1. PUMPHCcrdigi !. !

I. ,, 1/\' r t't!, '\ ..\\ t -!.'dl! I doV pairing a Specialty. tuns that! ills liatlci! Intfrcnects, thru iuksrj Ih1I!

lfv./z AlSP3 / <:: : i 'i.. .r > ou regret having acted solal Your Bowels
Keep Strong.
.I r I 1..0 i .'
; t; ,\, ; .- .! .. :nil that sort of tling. It Constipation or diarrhea when C McKenzie Oertin? Collecting Agent; for P.i: l'U4'l Benevolent A-o I
\. ciition.WE.
1 "fJ: \ '... t : "\ t-fi-et on her." your bowels) ; are out of onier. Cas- T e Best L
,. \t.l. .
I J \ \.\ 'i ',1 1'..n't exiH-ct anything; else: after carets Candy! Cathartic will nuke

...... .\ .. ,' 40 : fi! ..11'.1:11.-! : them act nat ralh.! Genuine; tablet-! li

,. \. i r u.!mil that Help me out." stamped C. C.'c. Never sold in Uf WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE I, ,

'>\ i '! 1'i tr>'. Perhaps you had bet- iske
All *
'.i i.iee uie quite often and! I Ii bulk. druggist.loc. Y / .'-. pout Wr.w L liwlsy iHntlnl for ear h nd-. } 1
J1IIWII'IIIY.The rH ". ItiI.: lit. :a.R
: .
; '. '. >t -,'tnething to move hir. I anol..hat'. st it I .01
=if n. a we N. fu. ,
{ If \ .' ..i d! i! as Ins:. 'UI1"ill sniriretedllui" : uudersiRnedtake-; : thi? method And the! Be=t Liquor our".r'' .. w a.t'w.. ', n .1 o
f trdiug her service u= a of all kind served b 1: J.ur' 'e"a'. ." 'I..
) .
'i s with her nearly! all his ? ear "r t.\ of I' m" e a -
fir Licensed midwife, having : Polite and Vourteou'tteLdrtLt5. .1; J .. vhf ,r lI"'e. 1'.1....
r; ':"I' tai a month. One day when II'.t' ,.i .... ,
had 35 year experience. ,\ .t ..;"........ .....nt'-. .., 'I" ." Jai. -I .Ie t4r 1
I t In wenwalking: lose'!her they referencefrom J' ,'eO" ,. ....." '., .... .,
1 i I II Can give bet of II.. ..I...... .'.1, Y.II;_ 1
1'h omiixnii fla-h e"
j 'J I. rc was an leading physician of this. city. FULL MEASURE AND -+ !_ q.5/ xr .aue.1'Irr. plaur era : a
} .I" :'s she! nv.'t that of this new MRS. M. OinnE.Ns, 4 .' .tit a 1..JlI.. '". .
I FINE aUAIITY ,II..lrr r' ra ta '
i -i-it rWUen: : she had parsed.lubre 1 jltf 1H South DeVillier-:' Ii. ..i .. ST.,.. ,.-,....., II.?.",".'. T", .. f \. :
I' I."
OitDiAly > '" rompauiou! said: NNHEISSER BROS .. L. ..r 'I..... "u'. .. : t
)t. I ..i !I.W -k., ', .. 't1i.I
'n. -
: I'n "I 1 think I see forsiu-ness, in hcrtearAnbrav. .. .a. "
; i I
: e. "X \1. : Ir"rull "
Q11111 ( '
. !( 111 AttEXTS .',,K THE CELKBRATKLI (ionm .J .. ... I 1i.
, 'IOIler rlrf ee Irwtlt alt fefT" i.
\ : "
A. .r- I aa. a
!j. _. Snpt'Ovf! \ii send her Ud/ your .:: I ..-.JIo I ; i.1"1: '. ., ... A W.trA.. .,
\ ( furniture om 1.--. ., 1'.' I.
rt Irl'J" W e Ia cr. \t { w' t .
I 1. f WtiStI
i'i\\irs \tth: aer> I&'nitentnub' Harv r ,.. '
t.i: }- I dAj.. 1"", I. Of t ,. : : I.- o :' '."r ter ....ti end .1 i
I ." at Marston | Qninu'sGreat ain Hou>-4ul :S. PakJpx street. Mn. AoL; i11IUtU\r.." U .r> J !wI",.. taj '.g.... 1.11.1.YI''C'tutduI1 ,. ; 1SALVONA

HS. A'y! f.h'.iwed: the advice was for- Furniture Emporium. R. H. r.xchanze-Opp Union Depotp. SOAP CO., Ccr, 12th i Pine Sts, ST. LOUIS MO. t1t I !
IHU and tuarrii-J Julia Mtars.LDWIX O Box 21. P acola, Fla. ,

CLARK. I' lln.Yib.n iyi

{t' I

-- - -- ."....-- --, -R--. ----- K ,.;. .-..,, .. ,"" -, -- --,,_ .". _, ",.. c '
_. ._ .-. 'r-- -- ..,__'="": _... _<= .


I1Ei ti ,


I --- -
- ---

r. (\M (IU.ftM! !\.. (\J1 1a1 \f\ >> i\ tr >i\ (\ i P r i

f IN HONOR OFGRANDPA MARITIME. THE WEATHER : "i "r ffiffffffiffffiiiffirrrFurnishers '

-- ------------ -----
4 n u t BREWTON -- T --- ------ -


for Ap-.i todait .. 'i.nJviAKGIVEU. ; F eet
: for
-- Cash 0'y.LIKE .
LAND 1LEIS01ALSaf i iA --.

There was a great gathering; ; at the
{rl Br -?h t'nion.IJ. Ko->t>?rKuataa to mast I Hrewtnn homestead at McDavid > ', Minnu.?;iI]. lhr.'teas: "n, Tampico
11fl 10 ltul Traas.t to showers; fresh southo.titerly winds. E
recently the occasion beiui a family
I \V. R; i uneof Century is in the CM t I
'I reunion in honor of the 75th: birthday CLEAaill.Nor Temperature in Last 24 Has i! 'r I g
city unlay.. -sanna., :J"71. < brut -n'rn, by Gulf

of Mr. A. C. Brewton, .'r. Au Tran-.c to for lampico. wall 3.'IoJ loci tons .... .. .... ... ..degrees: ; l _
: l Adam, of Ka.;Jad is in the coal value! *1I.7,0' Minimum : /+<
1 eloquent address Widelin red by der'i -innoh Horn ftJditiOQtl: cargo :
oty toJiy.Mr for NIb"cli Town 77..J\J s tt sawn umber
: t 't MI I. Rev. N. Hagzett, a; follows : value! }O Temperature Elsewhere : i IS OUR SPECIAL SALE 0Ladies' :\ NE
\\.1). Carmlchael spent Sun I Max. Mia.1 I

: d"jr At Moliuo with r"lativ )';. : My Friend;-Occasion* like this THE SHIPPING. Atlanta... .... ............ ... .. .;)'1 '
I are necessarily freighted with de Bismarck .., ....... ......7. j! Oxfords and SandalsAT !
Ml j. Ktti Hizzell i is in Milton the Cblc"o.; ..._ .. .. ........ .. ..m tlf .I
< light; if for no other reavn,espPciai- \'E "EL::! IN FOKT.STEAMSHIP Cincinnati........ ..?...*H V)
"' i; 'I' ,fu..t of MiMa.:;gie; Aymard.Mi I ly for the good thin?* provided for *. I (ialvfbton __._ 7* 7. q
Huron. ..._ 74 S) -
.1 ". Mllii Avery entertained a the palate. Hut we are here to enjoy Aunt Augime, 17H Buiiaaeh. to Haara, Jai-ksonrllle.. ....-0 ;
I Danwodv & CoKaiiesteros 1ansasLIty.-...... ...............7'J' 74
frw frifOdnut dinner yesterday. the occasion for this and other :Oplltl Xo 1, !*,.), Eijuibasa. to heyWest .. ... <
f-i reason as well. We are here to express P.atri LIUDVH>]v .t Memphis ...-. .... it 'i 1
Kd. <( our gratitude: and good will CoHrJ.icub .. .. .sj 5*
I r t lvujJ the vi-itor here y.terday. Height; 17-J, Anderson, to i'en New Orleans--------------- "4 eVSew ,
and expression? .
by our
t' saeola Lumber Co York------------------ J. H. oke. Jr.. of C. mdt>n, Ala.. ca-t sunhine upon tce pathway of f.r I'oiAao, ....r'. Holt turn, to PenatolaLimber Satannah........ .._._ -4 t\JSt. \:::- :
Co : Louis ... .. ... -. 7i :ji: I
RJ V *I along the vi-itors ht-re yesterOtarral an eventful life of 75: years. In 127, Nor Ruth,-'HiIMesen: to Baas, Dun- -- ., \ -

s d.,. four mile wet of the town of Pollard l- wixiy It Regina A Co Elena. ), Kizzo toGalf Tran- Sea Superstitions to be Shattered.New I T HE crowd cam and bought.;: WHY lithe .. 1- qr

ill h in which was: then Cone uh 1 u Co value towered above .
:Traditions and te
hall1 York. April : l'ncF'I':' q
and Mr Bill are :
t ) *
j % \orkinoor.. J>j, FII>u,,,, to F 0 HOwe
OIu-t. the week of Mr. ;iud Mis. E. county, but now Eicauibia county. .t l'O superstitions of the sea are to be shattered E \ I' 'ne of the crowd? If not you tn.iy yet find :t q
I .I'm.r"I.. AU.: a child was born, which child sail",. by the White Star line. Friday ( fit you.
I ) Br : -!.-- lIlrr..lI. ll>0. licv: to S S L no from of departure al- I Uq
sailings a
we have in our assembly today lathe port | :
f (
; "Krd (; l1m ira, cihier! of the Gulf( person of A. U. ttrewtou. :Sr., tl.e old HAKES ways have been tabooed by mariners \::: ,

t 1'r .,.-it Cu., La: b. 'u 1111 the sick wl.o Nor A.plth..1I7., Kjonn-s.. toSSLC'o as such a thing; as starting on a voyage -, '
jeutlennn:\ who s-its here -eItreeuce HAo3tiao Kcpcltu. >:<.'. luzzo I: to \VL I
1 4 n-t tar a fw dAYIi. tttttcLtCo I Fri.laVas believed to be the most
we delight; to h"llor. ,. 'I MEYER SHOE GO.I'
1 Nor \ .I.7-: Torat'r.t'n. to order
convenient form of courting
M. J coby, of Marianin, arrived :Since that child opened its eyes her Allele, "77, I.angnoop! to order I
Km \11Ioo.l\I)>.i, "oal.! to S S LCo with "Pavy Jones' I.ocker." The 4n
6 1 i ) I' tP city .--iturd,ly night| on ashort upon the light; of day and drew!:(, It Uularppe U Albundo. ws::. Monti to Uoi I
t sailing of the Tymiir from this port
xi-i l to rUtivM and frittiiJ*. first breath of life, iW.SiO.tJt.: ; : ") foments co KrosIt
I (. ft H.I\lkt'sliurg. liiwi Kolijlano, to order marks the Inauguration of the new I' Fed Furn,!hers tor Ca!. Os.:.y. aIIItiOI'I'll
KU3 Hera j" .". H gbioul, to M LCo
of time have gone by, ;3i.42o.-\ of: n
"H'iyd Carrie, telegraph operator It Il.a. 'o; Macfuunl, to BrosIt service and the White Star line here-
t in HIM; minute-, 8a7,0'.iU hour 27,375; ; Mnrtminno.. to orilTNor after will send out ship alternate I.\I.\I' i'-l'ItIi.l. A
{ ? i t!." I.. & :\? at Floiiuton: was a on :
Mirzapore, 1170, Johnson, to H 11
!it.M I) months. To sum 75; 4
t t' r caty'Aturday! night.i days up; Boytra Fridays. The movement to defy the

I years have gone by and that babe No-tro Padre vi.!. rlreijanti, toss LCo "hoodoo" day was the result of the demands sir ''
$ Itt.V.. (i. ("foll..111 W and wife Nor 1'aragon 7J4, Iturh,10 S P hotter
ha* survived and we have ha pres- Co of shippers.
-l p"-undjyin Milton f the quests of .,nce today. That babe developed It "amtctOnIa d>* 1'ardora, 5.11. Quarto, t '"JJiJI1"J II "JJiI'I JIJ IJI JNI.1 11111
V >
to unlrr JU .
U ,
Mr- t-: +. Any ladies wishing to learn: to
Mr. and : into the person of that old gentle- It 1 ItalllI. LebolTe. to order ,
\\.111"0".11"I ", Fitzgerald to order ride a bicycle, call: on F. K. Bruce !
Mary aud Emma Challis nun, wt.oe 75th birthday! we c lej Uuj \stavat, 1\."", A'altoaeu: to S P SUotter I i and they will be taught free of all 1

1..1. -turued to tbd city from at I brute who has lived through ai.d Co charge i I..t....................................................

I "P..rt vi-it to Mrs. T. F. W..?t at' surmounted the difficulties :uud SCHOOSFKS.Kr t .
(iovernor I'.lake. il.l.: Iiant"r. to ord..rAm 11 I
Milton.Mr dangers that lay across the path of; Axelien, to mutter A Good Smoke for a j 1
; ; B r uhio. si i. imiton to order $10.00 Suits : i $3.50 Shoes :
his life and we. his friends are hereto Small Su.mis El Greco :
Auiv ni J Lermoad, 7x7, SSL
I f : t' unJ Mr*. U.I I E.: L. Haniell will CoOf. j.
rejoice with him and his posterityin t .
irl h. a bay arty tomorrow in honor the new 5-cent Cigar low \ for I
r his signal success in battling with $6.50 J i for $2.50
i :
<>( tbir ., Ml** Hti"' yard and CLEARED!: AND: DA1LKU FOB PEP being introduced by L. Bear' -
the ills of life. Few men, comparatively : : -' t .
s Mi.* Orave*. | SACOLA.gTEAHSHIFS.: it. .
I i CoTry ; .
live what ;
to te
speaking: see :
: >I.....>...INN.. I I.NI...I.I.I..M
Mr. .\. J. Ad Jin*, of Ka !dad, was :| on this his 75th; birthday behold. i ? t
I 4 Cn.rmsla Br. Ml, Bond, at Bermuda Feb .
Water coolers that do not
u. the city yesterday en route home There are 12'1: of his posterity present JlKada 1
Horn. G..rld London March
I 'f from Della*. ..X.1*. where he at- -U are absent, inaktus; a total cfJl'7 "1imlD.lJutcb.l.soc, Medoira April ' waste ice, at the Willis I i
f I CHitle. Br, .'.;");<, Gauge, aid itott..raam .. 1I
tfi.dU the reunion. I
I i. living person the posterity of APrll'I'H..I.btbl Hardware Co.'s.

t I t )) t'..1. Fred I lobfrton and Mis I i UebaM that child born 73 ; today. rcbllVermont.>rg. hard, Injii I. Schreil, Cardl3: ,i An Arabian Proverb. .

1 (Addresinj: the sire, the speakersaid Br sld tarry April ij.uprui :
1 "'*'' ell >utth..dl y here yeittrt4y /. The finest line of sterling silver
Bat : Id Bilbao March 22
piiu. ::
: i > ou ti.eir return from the UHui ) : And, ,-ir, I voice the sentiment BtKkSAlnxaader good* and silver novelties i* to be ,, .

; of friend when I found at J. I. :Stephens'. Prices to I
; .lou al "l ila! *. l'ciu. your pre-ent Lawrence, ';01'. IN). KoiirloMarcnl : .
assure: you that: we are Hilt I here to please all.Subscribe. .
[ Anita !!. It. :;1. at TereriJTe! Novjihirstiljere. > --- .
a..J.H.-\lnlndl'r.f cat a shadow acrdyour pathway: It. sld vjua. March! 1,. .. He that knows not and know aotthatb k )w' .
: .. the for Car.tru JI"... :Sor, si IJ to the NEWS kc) perweek.
i4. ho Ii u been III city :r liny Marcli SCInaI.It .
or becloud the tveiiin. of life : Is a flI-shun him. :
your .", at Marseille, lia II ;
_ _
1 r. v.-ral lay*. :preached a f'lrciblnandiitf but by our rreseuceand good will!! t<- Colcmhia. It. iii., slil Montevideo. larch I 0 1
i the 11J I"'r"I":i B. It, 111".d BU<-:I"S Ayres { .
uelive Ttnou :at l're-Uyt .
:add lu-t..raud unsi.iueaud eVtrto: March 7 Plant a spring garden. .
I mu church last uuht.K Frca Nor .., Stdvanger Febt: I
t the evening-tide of your I life. We are i li\H Mount, It, 'hi Lent) Jan 1. The Willis Hardware Co. He that knows and know not that he k :a' w- I

I .. forinrly here to exhort t. Yir{lnLA. It. sld M Ataga, April 1M <
\ I'.Jmuiid: s Belcher your posterity emulate can sell you the tools cheap Is I leep-wake him. ,

r..l.t.'r of M.' {trtheriue'at the virtues and avoid: the uis- UOo.NFKS.Nell.e i .
W Hewlett Am. sill New York .
"I ri.urch III thl- city, but who bas for tikes of your life. Not beeaatl.ey April -Jl .. .. .

1 tli. 1 last three* b....u lector of were your mistakes, but because S
i He that knows and knows
that be kOpty
", J t the Cnurrh' of the O.ItIJh..phl'rd: at they were failure* with !I"II and will "Does jour SomrthluK son" matriculate Like It.this year Paxson & Hall's j. I: wie-follow him. ;i iS

t Ri.rrlde riiburb of Jltek.ouville. ,, be with flu in. But the virtue will "
Mrs. llamumndslne? .. .
h*. tend..r.-d liis resignation to that ennoble and ornament tI eir liveas "Why really, 1 don't know. 1 ain't ." .

"> church aui is now abroad in the well as add suiohine to the evening: beard anything about matriculation t .
I Transfer.SPECIAL : i He that know he
can buy his Clottit- fr"ii :
'..|'. *f ri-e'>vrriUi hi; tiealtli. Two of your*. !but he wrote me In his !last letter that .
McMillan: : and Been :at Cot .in,! don't 1
I .V*.M Utfo tn Jack*'IIIVIIl4 church And, a* your friend*, we :are L<-.there te Lad got vaccinated, nUll It took ter-

i :rdtttJ )1 r. I'.elcher: vacation and to bedeck a mound r.f earth rilile."-Chicago; Kecord-llerald. ATTENTION: ... Ii an a. -ide-; ride hiss. .:

I ttttendfj over a lifeless form with cf .
t I.. traveled in Europe HII bouquet GIVEN TO
tt'e Pa.'ion 1'l.iy :at O').'rannn' rg'tu. flowers' as Pxprw.siOns of our goodwill Srrrne Superiority."Mr. 1I ,.

tithreturn trip whild in New ; but we are here to )bedeck a I Loftibrow takes! himself very seriously Baggage and Hauling. t ;
remarked Miss Caj m<*.
>rk, h. wj- thrown fiuiii it street living brain and a living conscious t
"In what ',\ay'?" :IN.I.I.I.I.I.ItH ...I.I..........Si .
\ The injuriH :tu i aback utlectti ne** with those beautiful ilowers 1 could Lehal'PY Machinery :Safe*. Pianos and ,
"litasked! uie: If I thought .
1 hf.iltb :antt h.! h IH not since the ..mblf'm..of life, light and beauty ; with him. As If bill presence I Furniture Moved Promptly at : ,

9 able to/: \t' active iitteutiou' to and to add our e\pre*,iou* of cruti-:: could make the slightest difference one Short Notice: also Conduct.... ; $2.00 Hats ; .... : S5 Pants :

ar .h duties. HMiniuyhop fra"'ltl tude to the Giver nf good for your way or anotbcr-Lxchanjje.! : 1'I I t'I'CJ..1'iceLivers' .

h\.* may roan !bit r.tllfl'd preservation. And by aud thn'-ugt. I for $1.00 :! : for 53 :

.tltl Iud return to Fl Marston Qnina are sole Feed and I ;*

ad Cluster! chenr and rll'a-''I\1. agents for the celebrated 1I

1.1.,. (Ul....'s n.....rr III'- ....)the. ries to the eveniUjr of your lift-. .I....N.....1..................................t.1
Odorless refrigerators, Sale Stables.
'" :iIV"" itrr 1".tr.1\.1 in th" 41tP1Ve'l..1.t -
; iiif The absolutely guaranteed or
iiit itn. :tk \n MIOW.T
>f tLI'! dl..easn 14 .....1,1,11., ItssolilftlinnH I"1trnonliimrj refunded. Corner Zarragossa aiJ: Jefferson Streets! .
Ititnit'l: t O'L'omioll the Irish ii;::!:ttor, money ,
.. .. ,
'."' + i- ',inlil !illld '
PJ ...
mire eomi'laiiM-d {in the house of commons Opposite : : v" Telephone! 2ii.i.HARRY r r
I :\ ? hi'iwho luv>! )givi>n -- ;
of a r1'1w.Tt or u sifecli in a London 1.s )....1.. r Quccn !\ ..
I llvl I'.un-
: chlldrU' Play + _.- ... .
- --- -
----- -
aiIL-t In \.r with .t trw dr"pof Ul'Ws'r'hi..h.. ho stud, put Into "..I--tlo-rviTh: i, >
I .u i 'r or i
'..r"ud,1tIt..t r in ti-ll haw this ire.itck' liis mouth opinions he had peter fprpsstsL :\- I j ---.a: i ''U.II"III.ur' of linn pin. I MALLriARK.Manager j Quality 5 Monday ..' p.>. ii
II'. lit ;::1.1' .. "d the ill irrlin- andS Heowed that if the editor h..I"\\p,: a-.leaf' at :N'H> ""' e I
tt Transfer .. '
Y t--p rtm-a- .
I, HI":. .I. I |i'("lt the Illtlf pttlrtitARC did not njHiloiri/A1 \he wuuM mote t'iu Oxfords h Sf
: .Itt" .:,.! 2', iii.l! wi, ," 'lIl... Inbe drought to the !bar fur a lire.ti', ;

of |>riulfo.Ni'it i ; ( \ iwu \ it ?, : for $2.50 ; Specials ,r' I
day the reporter r>t the! -\1"""<-( 'i..ilfl'i. i. w
LIGHTS Irrrr 4;
waittM upon COnnell ami !g.t\0' -i ;"" t ,

I remarkable! i-xpliuintion. He stated l r' it
during; Ills walk from the house in ::11.* ,,-LLT'The -
otlioe In Fleet street the rain strt.uiied
Into his p>ickets and obliterated tae
---- nutoa of his j'eoch. . Big Store. ar

The In>ui+vllle and 'iI.hvill"! nul.I "I accept the explanation" said

o'CouiwH good uuniorwily, "I>ut Idlilt' ;
tad tot( noA making Jimther ....AND....
that It mint hate been
\ say aer\
I'i /l inprovi>ini>iit. TM* tune m the: eitRtonltnarr f-hower of rain for it + Io'A 1'1 sTUIPE, NOVKLTV 1.\W'i-* j J. T

I .hlp" nut only washed out of your 'lotoU, ix l'WrHIUT WAiST i'ATTEKNh IX: 1.\1I1 ll\S ;

1.1hrmeu are now at woik placiuhjfht the spit-oil I delivers] but w.ihiuM: )i1 TUESDAY HILK SPOT (il.NOHAMS AM) OfHKIl

another of an entirely: different char 4 FABRICS .. t', I'v.. '
r tare arc about tln yard and acter." r WRAPPERS:
.... 75c od': ,
1 trrmunout the liuiiainneu: CHILD'S prnS;E:;. MADE OK (JINiH.\M
t How to I.lKbl a olld Hod T.Cadocnn .
completed thi.! will b.. .1 great im- Morgan was the first PIPe\ o-AT-oL. AND CHAMIIRY .r.7. '..f. "
LEATHER OOOD'--; \\'ri.t 15 vs. risk t., H| .. j-
) itBiIi" .
/- : j
j.ri'V Hiriit to thehoju. trician to experiment with 'It etnl' :luin!
4 fI ; : I>!lu. 10 to ,''>c :
r in solid bodies.! This! was in 17-vi.; lit fJ
lI first inserted two lures Into a stick of t L. >> < r ,
wood and caused the spHrk to pass between ) FOR CHILI. ...

them. This had the elect of iilumiuntlng r 4 RKX.OXKOF OUR HEftT. . . ..!..1.vr. r

Till' "i"! ooner I glen arrived in port the stick a beautiful blood, TEN HTYLES LACK: IIO.-K( . ..... I' t. .

i i 1.11. "; .HUh..' afternoon with acar o red. An story ball, an orange or an ap RACKET STORC.# I r 4 FIVE HTVLF'S;: STRAIT FRONT AND (ilRILK ,

t CORSETS ... . . . . . .
.r .:Oft1111:,o'' ., of b.turura, 1JOIkl) pie may l><1 hinted the fume manner. -- - 4 .. . i.

!I" "y>J and four Some I'ljHTiiuonU'rs prefer the Irma TEN STYLES LADIE.V LO\V-\F.CK; -T.. A
I "coannt" pUntiiiu-t: AT. . . . . . .
for this ; :7, y.IIJl2.I ff
ti..&#a pitn ipi'l>- from ltu. tan, imrjIt being; cry susceptible 2.000 yards Colored Lawns, Worth 8 ..Maul.I ,

to the electric discharge! Hashing I.OTHHKIRT were .:S.In.' . .... ,. . . b .wl ;
w irh wail; l)<* old\ here.OstETTFR c
--- forth at every spark as a spheroid ol and lOc per yard, only CLOTH SKIRTS, were ly.;>>. . .... . . . ,.'.* l '

brilliant golden light! The wires use j P NEWLINESKIRTS . . . .. . . .. t" "r. t, i *

Hlllare\ dose before of tb for this purpose should be brought: :>ii: : :"oliOWIXIH \\". SHIRTWAISTS.. .. . . . . . . . .4
within about halt an Inch of each otter .
value from
tli stomach inside the lemon. H toll Si, HUT i" :
<9 in 250 Ladies' Corsets in .
CILIBNATEO ii* workofdige- Long and Short e BOYS'WASH;: : SUITs at. . . . . . f",
t lion Ylso pre- ce

from vautlha bowskI How She Voted. Lengths. for Monday and Tuesday r
baromlpgM sC
I rouetlpeted. A cynical bachelor listening to BOOK

M laket will surrb regularly t cureOoLslipatioc women who were disccsstn; feiaaUhuSrage :>ii: : :MIOW WINDOW.YOURS 4 20 Rolls Heavy lap Matting Just Received.

i I was asked by one of them foi -
- - -
Iniibestio:, hisievv3 on the question. ,
1 Dyspepsia, He replied thus wIth great deliberation : ANXIOUS TO PLEASE

: "1 once beard cf a woman wb< r

t] was asked how she had voted at th L. FRIEDMAN & CO.

i tai Kidney recent election.: 'In my plum color !JDilliam t Ioljn0on vV Son.f
f' the
S mJ LiverTroubles gown was answer. ,
ITTER Then the cynical bachelor bowed an I 1

I escaped.-Chicago; Chronicle iil. ..........A".A".A".A'" ................. .. .. .. .
41 I ..,. ...... ... .. .. .. -


--. --... .-. Y'. .-' _,.' .,. ... .

Full Text
xml record header identifier 2008-10-30setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title The daily news.Pensacola daily newsdc:subject Newspapers. -- Pensacola (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Escambia County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher News Pub. Co.dc:date April 28, 1902dc:type Newspaperdc:format v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2076174 (ALEPH)sn 96027213 (LCCN)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Escambia -- PensacolaUnited States of America -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida