The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. .

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SLIPS FROM WAYSMiss You ma.y Snap I '


Alice Roosevelt Chris

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, offers to depositors Fingers
tens the Vessel. your

every facility which their balances, busi-

ness and responsibility warrant. a.t Dyspepsia

Interest paid on time deposits. Amidst the sneers of a Brillian As t

semblage and the Booming of Cannon .

Meteor Glides Into the Sea. There is a quality in Royal Bak. I

American Flew at Taffrail.
ing Powder, coming from the purityand
New York Feb. 25.-In a drizzlingrain

and in the presence of a brilliant wholesomeness of its ingredients !

-- ,. .. assemblage, amidst cheering and the

TRANSPORT'S PTORMY VOYAGE ICE GORGE THREATENS PERIL. roar of cannon the German emperor'snew
DEM STRIKES INHEAOONCOLLISION schooner yacht Meteor was which promotes digestion.

Three Deaths on Trip and Two Men People Along Allegheny River Taking launched from Shotters island today.
Food raised it will not distress.
Swept Overboard.San Safety Precautions. Unlike the weather, the arrangements by
Francisco Feb. 25.-The Unit- Pittsburg Feb. 25.-The ice and untoward
great were perfect no
ed States transport Hancock arrived gorge on the Allegheny river is still incident marred the occasion. The This peculiarity of Royal has been

Men Killed on Branch today from tke Philippines with Kl firm, but water is pouring over the president and Mrs. Roosevelt, Prince

)f-New York Central. military prisoners. There were three warm and rainy weather continues companying them were enthuslastical

deaths on the voyage, which was a throughout the day a break up is expected ly cheered when they arrived at the and they accordingly recommend ;

SERIOUSLY INJURED stormy one and two men were swept within 24! hours. Precautions platform built just back of the bow of

,A. ARE overboard and drowned. The Rose- have been taken by people living i the Meteor. After greetings had been it in the preparation of food i i

crans, which arrived last night, along the river in case of a sudden exchanged Miss Roosevelt stepped forward especially

-i t f merger Train Rounding a brought 681 returning soldiers. Most rise such as occurred in 1877, when and taking bold of a silver cove for those of delicate ,

second Infantry.Sixth Grave apprehensions are felt for the broke it on the side of the vessel.
R 'WllrJBotit Engines 4,
safety of the government dam near Immediately she seized a silver ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YORK. :

Hre, Ioe:!. Week of Patrick Trial. Barking station on the Buffalo and ax and severed the rope which released I -.- .- .- .
New York hb. 25.-The sixth week Allegheny valley division of the Penn the the :Meteor.
weights holding
', N Y. Feb. :25! ,-As the CREW AND VESSEL GO DOWN.
of the trial of Albert T. Patrick for
Slvania railway. The work is only The vessel went gracefully into the EXPLODIKG BOILER
:'I iM I'n< on the Auburn
a the murder William
of Marsh Rice .
. partly finished, and a sudden breaking water with the American flag breakingout
\" 'A''ork Central, 7 Schooner Fannie Palmer In Collision
was begun today. Charles J, Jones, of the ice, with the consequenthigh at the taffrail.
tturn! between a west the valet of Mr. Rice his Goes to Bottom.
water will cause great damage. American and German national airs WRECKS STEAMBOATFatal
," ; train and a steam deriht When Philadelphia, Feb. Information
testimony. court adjourned Friday The gorge at the mouth of the Youghi were played and from the scores of
seven trainmen of the sinking of an unknown vessel
;t. Jones
was identifying papers and ogheny river shows signs; of breakingand I craft containing excursionists came
TS'iUbly injured and and the probable drowning of all onboard
'u 9 letters found Rice's
among effects the residents of McKeesport are enthusiastic cheering. Miss Roosevelt has Accident Occurs on the
been received here. The
when the police! took charge of his moving to higher ground.; wore a dress of sapphire blue velvet,
apartment' and this line of examina Many houseboats have been caughtin a large black hat trimmed with ostrich schooner Fannie Palmer, from Norfolk Tennessee River.
\ of this city, ba,. tion continued for Boston, is reported to have
was today Jones said the Ice and will be
it is likely they feathers and a fur muff and boa.
.n.: r he had shown all the to Pat, collided with an unknown hill 12
carried down by the coming flood and
r.::- n >u. ot this city. rick prior to the death of Mr. Rice. lobt. Judge Jones Will Deliver Oration. I miles from Fenwick shoals Feb. 19, ASSISTANT ENGINEER KILLED .
The vessel sank immediately and it
t in r i this city. -- .
New York, Feb. 23.: -Judge Thomas I
.i', f ,1-- Botha Offers Conditional Surrender.New Severed His Head With Razor. G. Jones, of Montgomery, whom President is believed the crew went down with Near Loudon, Tenn., the Boiler of the I

:. II III t !,.' derrick = York Feb. :23.! -It was freely Vancouver B. C., Feb. 25.-News Roosevelt lately appointed United her. Steamboat T. H. Bacon ExplodesWith ,

I R'l'' ijta, I. -1. dor- stated in th> lobby of the house of was brought!; down by the steamer States district judge of Alabama Richly Endowed. i
College Disastrous ResultsPaneng"Enroute
commons Monday night says a London City of Seattle that Lulu Watts, a va has accepted the imitation to deliver
N. Duke
Durham. N. C., Feb. 25.-B. ,
j ',. "III"n 'of this I dispatch to The Herald that Gen. riety actress of Nome, attacked Jacl Jif oration at Grant's tomb in =New formerly of Durham now of New York, from Philippines Injured.
d H t a ir.t'iiiiiaii: I Aral Louis Botha, thq chipf hoer commandant Kirk and severed his head iroia h tat i look city Memorial clay.
and the president of the American Tobacco Knoxville! Feb. 25,-The steamboat
: mr.'k : :
n had managed to get direct body, with a razor.
company makes another notable T. H Bacon wrcked In
,'' ---- was totally
\ It p pi rt communication with Lord tiln(>t. and Author "Goo-Goo Eyes" Dead. at'' :
., Tins Will Interest Mother gift to Trinity :Methodist college the Tennessee rifer 7 miles below
icv halotT..r..d\ to surrender on certain New York, Feb. 23.: -John Queen,
.' \tl: r\\1\I\II, Mother Cirsv's Sweet Powders for Chit this place. lie endows the chairs of Loudon this morning.
I" l'on ltionR. the chief being that he the well known minstrel is dead at
dren. PUTH tevmshne.a, Bad wtomacliJetthins political economy, German, the Romance fctilHudgins
'. of \nrtt snail not be ha.ai..h from South Africa Disorders! Itreak up Holds, movt; St. Vincents hospital in this city\ 01! The exploded, killing ,
I ".t.t 111 and regulate the Unuels and IteitrojUorms. languages!; and applied mathe assistant engineer; |*rhapafatally
: I and that the negotiations are proTurnmn consumption' Quern was the author i t
Thegarrerf",7, fryer 3"\ I te-timoiimls. matics. These complete! the college organization.
iron;1c"I, of them injuring Hubert Bird, a pasHtnper. -
ngi ; M nil ilruKHislsJ'lC.I istmplt many popular hones among ; .
_. ,. AddressAllea 15, oim&tvdLeKoy The gift is equivalent to who homo from thePhilippines I
.mss' I r' :nit i mailed rKKK.: "Goo Goo; was ,
-- KJCS.
"''t I' to'".1, I t to; Support of Liberals X. LPioneer $l'liIntl! ). and\ seriously l injuring; Albert .

.. Cook '
Claiborne eugitn-er.
"I i'" Ills t l M Hi 1 "I! I'i: ; .1- Kingston, Jamaica l Feb. 23.: -A let .
1 'J l ui i .. oj] i I.. ''. t tin.i' 'I ter from an important business house Smith, a d'! k hand\

: I a.: .i'. I I.u'? -, wrkr i I at Cartagena. Colombia says anum.'bel' The broiler shot through the rear of I

: ,l.! if I l"1'1"1'l| I d' ...id,)' of !influential people, including thp boat after first exploding and

.. '|II. I' I'I ., it irnnit when it struck the water a "" ('Utllt Ii I
merchants, to the
are support
H :\ I pd t-- Ii'j j explosion: IHtuned. The tttamer was ,
of the Liberals through:; conviction that
'J I '.I '' t.II t!.. a, "I operated\ between London and Kingston :
the present ernment: of Colombia mmw m [ m l[ n D1NNEASS .
.,!.t i .\ 'n :'" steam is ama trying canal: to property Mock the to sale the of the United Tan Ti.n

.. : F""J States -- -
3 I 't Wreck. I ----

n II Punished for Mslignmg Hohenzollerns Volcano Kilaua Active-Ship's Stormy ,

'i 1'.1. "fl-I !New York. Fell :23.-Hem'y Dress, i: Co: tree Roa S ioff anil Tea lenoill c o Voyage-Coldest Weather Known.

1 i M of Union! Hill :\. J,, was beaten with a o Honolulu. Fi-b. IT. Ma San Francinro.Fel .

",.i nee syphon and, is now in a hospital witha :ARE SPEC IHL: TIES .. :2:.-Tinsoli-aim Kil.ma ia i show

r 1 II 1 .ii' lock, fractured skull" because he malignedthe in; signs of unewid aetntly. The I

I::...II\CI Hohenzollerns. and Prince Hinry -AT THE- visitors to the c-ratt last week fouud I

I. l 1I'nrmsly I ) in particular, in the presence of a newly riM-n lava and great ht-at... I

,,._ '/', German bartender. The latter was arresUd. NEW OLREANS GROCERY The 0 t'attic Pttdnihhip Sat.rra and I I

: ',Is Ul the fanailUa.\uMraliau liner Moans

i i'. :1! bv both armed today_ the former from J I

t .< ialldf Cotton and Compress Burned. JAMES "McHUCH, Proprietor, Franeisio! and the latter from Vie. ,,

.,ked to I i Memphis Fob, :25! .-The plaut of theTUlh.lo toria. after timliliixixi': ''nofs with a '
1'1111'1 j Cotton C'lIlllrI"S'umllan>' at storm of \\nxh lIn ail had felt the effects i iI
Tu|',-lo. :'-1 iss.. together; with TO'i bales slightly. J I
I of (cotton was dfstiojed by fire >'t'S' r
t ..J.lER' IN FLAMES. Yesterday was the coldpEt day ever I
I tt'nia> niup.iing. The total loss ex 1 felt here the thermometer reginer- I. "
i coeds $'..t\o The cotton was insured .
A -ecked Near Norfolk, ins as IIIas 52 degn-vs abo\ wroiu
but the compress: plant was not. the
morning; and showing the great
i Explode. -7-7-.. j FIVL OF ,-L.. Italians Fleece! American Tourist.
Passes Away est fluctuation ever known I..rp. for it
A Ni ton coal car Missionary ..
Hume Fed! J;,-Th.' It". .
Whetler Got Rid of His Rheumatism > Horace
,>. n< inht train on the Mr. St. Louis Feb. 25.-Rev. Joseph W. '! rose! 24 degrees during the day i'
I[ "DlIrin the winter of 1 NJ! : I wa; ,o of Indian missionary Urkncvn Fatty C;-' :1'5 Fcul Grime Dutton of Iktoton: was lobbed of ;'IIJ -.---.-
n "I the SeaUiard Air Cook pioneer j I
.' lame in my joint-, in fact all over work in Wyoming and the Dakotas, .13 Near We. G.I.; L.1. lire jestenlay lie was binding in Fur Chf'r Suiypurn '
nptil the track near hobble Welsh. I .. F't. i: :, Last: '- the ( ountr when his
my body, that I could hardly a : ni ht it > machine! broke:; MRS.MstoN
disease of the heart. HDOTHINM HYBI-P has ,
i?i the long Koanokn I'around, when bought a bottle of dead \ahular was dLovrr'd! : : I teat L\, ni the sixl, down! and hp accepted the offer of two been used Cur O\.r iln )'.rar by mhlloD.ol ;
''. ;Stmda and Knocked Chamberl mi's Cairn Halm. From He was enrotite to Florida, and becoming mothers fur their cblMr-n while
{ : numlx-i- the Krl:; :lImy.:; living 3 men who were driving in a cart tc with trt-tbloi, ';
I to unable to travel was compelled\ to pi-rtfct succfsi. It .ath.. the cblld ;
of the get
'I.an! structure the application began miles from !lieuha't I IH 'n.urdeied take him to Rome. On his arrival here gi/f'cns tile Kuiiis, ll8y. all pam.eurr .IDd' II
i" i nine coal cars passed! well, and \\a-< cured and have work stop in St. Louis lie went to St. 1 ILuke's Mr. Di.tton colic end h the brat r..m..dy for 1'larrbOf'l '
and that the hi-ad ui thehouse haddisappeared started to remunerate the I.
Itwlll nlt"th"
ed steadily all the year.lL'YIiEEL.ER hospital and remained there I! poor nttln tufTerfr 1mintnliattly. -
the of the
rest train
!. drivers when he found his1111'S' Hold by DraitKitti
had In
For sale all \ nrtt ct.rl
..... Xorthwood X.Y. by until his death. Ht'Mr.. Cook was ot the world. Twentynve
i the of .
:uto deep water crnii a tiotll
medicine dealers. No beanji Las jot been made for disappeared He accused the drivers, Be
druggists and of the best known Indian missionary sure you ask fur"M n. Witili'. boot,-
one his body, although it is generally believed who thereupon "hll'IWdII' their log Syrup,"and take no other kiaJ. .1
'i rs filled with petroleum, I FLU KEYI'S"NOU CED. workers in the west. that he has been killed. horses and Iron rapidly away. Mr -- -

'. tire to the bridge and Charter for New Bank His wife had the whole front of her Dutton hung on the rear of the cart Jacksonville't New 'Jail.

> i IIP care above the wa,, Vice President of Georgia Society I Warrenton. Ga., Feb. :25.!: -A charter face mashed in with some blunt instru until exhausted and then dropped on Jacksonville. Fla, Feb 'i <,-The contract

'.'ns! oil ran in a blaz Creates Sensaticn. I has been applied for for the Citizens' ment. the road, considerably bruised, but for the reconstruction of the< '

.1". the river and for al- New York Feb. 25.-Amid a sc'eneI bank of Warrenton capital stock $23OftO ,- One of her sons had been shot otherwise unhurt.Decrease county jail bag been awarded by th.

Roanoke was a *>hei't of confusion the banquet of the Georgia and same was opened for business. through the head and the throats of ---- board of county comrolsalon to the

i': raft were endanger, society was concluded at Marlborough Partial organization was perfected by two others had been cut. In Internal Kevenue. Pauly Jail company of St. l. juls. Mo., i ,

rig nil hotel. the election of C. R. Fitzpatrick, cashier None of the family had been seen Washington, Feb 25.-The internal the contract price being $25320.! Th<
i lives lost Flagman; James B. Gray, secondce\ presidentof since Thursday last, and it is thought revenue for January 1S',2, amounted work is to Le completed; by Aug. 1
I ,
= ihtl; >' injured! by jump the society, was the last speaker.He that they were killed on that night. to $20. 51j.772. a decrease from Jan of this jear.

launched Into an attack on the He Recommends Chamberlain's Cough There is no clew to the perpetratorof uary. 1901, of $3,091,006.Clerk's .t
popular demonstration accorded Prince Remedy. the deed. The Earls originally To Search for Disabled Bark. 1

.,r Stomach Troubles. Henry The diners were thrown into "I have used Chamberlain's Cough came from Iowa. have lately Wise Suggestion."I been: much. trou- San Francisco, Feb. 25.: -Th tug .

*' :. a ;great many differ confusion, and at the conclusion of his Remedy for a number of years and bled with dypep-ia, belchinsr and Defiance has sailed in search of the _

f..r tounch: trouble remarks most of them hurriedly left have no hesitancy in saying that it Shake loco Your Shoos sour stomach," writes M, S.; Mead, French bark Francois De'Ambolse, reported

.u." -ay* Mrs. S. the room. is the best remedy for coughs, colds An.n's .'oot.Ea.e. It rests the f..et. Cures leading pharmacist of Attleboro, by the navy transport Solace ai
i'i iiifcerton, Iowa "but "I do not approve of this reception and croup I have ever, used in my Corns, Bunions. lngro lnit :\all. Swollen Mass., "I could eat hardly anything being without a rudder and
and Sweating, eft. At all druggists and helpless
,"nl re-ult from anyi.tttrUin'd I have not words to ex
family. withoutsutferlnj
& and this great ovation of the Ameri shoe stores.1C. Ask today. hours Mv at sea 60< milts off! the Farallono it-
Stomach press mv confidence in this Remedy. clerk suggested I try Kodol D7pep-
For Pale all I can people to a German paper admiral North Star lands. eWe
by -MRS.'J. A. MOORE, sia Cure which I did with most
: which has itself denied scant credit Buy a heater from the hap. !
medicine dealer Mich. :For sale by all druggists and py result! I have had no moretrouble i

to a rear admiral, an American." medicine dealers.: Willis Hardware Co. and and when one cano to eat will launder your spreads for !; ;i i I
,.:1.-l are :apt to result in Mr. Gray said: "It is the height of lug mince pie, cheese, candy and 15 cents each and make them look j !

if neglected. They can flunkeyism. Neither do I approve the Buy and Try a Box Tonight. keep warm nuts after such a time, their digestion like uw. star: Laundry. : r r It
,, u up by u'ing Foley'sF. sending of flunkeys by the United must be pretty good. I endorse

.1 W. A. D'Alem- States to the coronation of a British While lOU think of it, go buy and When you get ready to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily." The best cooking stoves : :'
} .Ibfox. box of Cascarets Candy Cathartic Yon don't have to diet. Eat all
-.-" monarch. try a plant your spring garden, the with all t i
ideal laxative tonight. You'll toed you want but don't necessary utensils ; I
I/tle grates sho- buy your garden utensils overload the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia can be
TO CURE A'COLD IN TWO DAYS never regret it. Genuine tablets Care digests food Har- bought from the ,Wil V'i"r -

n *, etc., at the Wil1 I aiatlve Bromo Quinine removes the stamped C. C. C. Never sold in from the Willis Hardware frU' Pharmacy, John your Sheppard, lis Hardware Co. at remarkably i I

cause. 10:. W.6ro\"I1t signature on every bulk. All druggists, IDC. Co- Sidney:: Kahn. low
1 prices. I
ware Co's. box: Price 23 cents.


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l' 1747 Rhode
Island A'enue'i With impure blood there cannot

iI ,' In Senate Chamber Tillman be good health. Cripple Creek Excited Over
With a disordered LIVER there

/ it NASHIIGTOS! and McLaurin Clinch. cannot be good blood.lutEs Acts of Miscreants.


t I 1 1I I i! Philippine Pillsrevivify The I+int1 You have Always Bought has lM rm' the ..I?II..,

Feb. 18 1901 During Debate on the ;: Six Explosions Have Wrecked as Many !I lure of Gluts. II. Fletcher, and li.iswv\\ Made under l II,

b I t Question cn Saturday a DisgracefulScene Assay Offices in the Centers Ranging personal supervi.ion for over 'M ,.'ar*. Allou no onto :
A. R. Brener Co. ,
I Is Enacted by the Two Senators the torpid LIVER and restoreits From Victor to Cripple Creek and deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitation* Dull'

f f Chicago. From Palmetto State. natural action.A Up to Goldfield. ".Tn.. "- I d" are but I.Xlf'rillu'lIt'4.1111 i-iul-in-vr tllO'

,i' Gentlemen :-I have I health of Chiltlrcu-Experience agaL1,t Hxix-rlim-nt.
I i Washington. Ft2 .-The Tillman healthy LIVER means pure
Colo. Feb. 24.-Crippla
used Coke Dandruff I i McLaurin Itud reached the most sen blood. I Victor The Kind You HaveAlways Bough'}

Creek is in a furore owing to lieI"iiistent
i Cure for the past ;i eational possible climax in the United Pure blood means health.
attack all the leading assay
and found it an i i States senate Saturday afternoon Health means happiness. upon Bears the Signature of
4 ; year ; when McLaurin passed the lie to his offices doing business in the dis ,
i Cake no Substitute. All Druggists.
excellent prepara- ( colleague and Tillman quick as a trict.: I I

tion. j flash jumped over intervening chairs' Beginning at 3 o'clock this morningand ,

and struck McLaurm a stinging blow' KILLED BY FALLING EARTH. following in rapid succession six

.t.t.I \\ith his fibt. There was a rapid ew \' explosions) wrecked! as many assay offices .

; in the centers ranging from Victor
Hon. J. K. Thompson Meets Tragic

Death Near Homer, Ga. to Cripple Creek and up to Gold- In Use Fo/OverSO Years/
I field. In instance the object
1t. Harmony Grove Ga., Feb. 23.: -Hon.J. every ..r CO"Uu" eo...... .. .u.... ...... Nre '0" rlti
from sought by the incendiaries was accomplished
K. Thompson representative _.
by the destruction of the offices -
Hanks Sloan Perry --- -- -- -- -- -
county, a negro.
At W. A. D'Alemberte's and Hargid' -
1 with their fine equipment of delicate -
I were killed near Homer yesterday
I 1 Pharmacy. II balances The raiders did not
i I at noon by a falling embankment In a The Star Laundry
I I .- ad5TORZ4L. canal. hesitate to jropardizlife., as all the

I Furltb Ito Knil, Von Hale >'' ays Bosjjt: Mr Thompson hail several hands at buildings were occupied by sleeping'
families. As it aivl
was lU"n. women
work on the anal. At noon all hands
ture --hI- ; Mr. children were hurled out of their beds Biggest Busiest Best !
went home for dinner except( ,
i, pI fir / \r : Thompson and the -gro. About 13: by the shocks' and serious injuries influted. .
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I :t rl1k minutes thereafter a lave ]0'1 feet long The full extent: of the damage --- -- -- -

ill the anal Mr. Thompson cannot be estimated. In this city
1' SEO/4L NOTICES.OfE fell into burying
and tie negro in the bottom of the Davenport; office was wrecked by Don'tjKickif

the canal. two explosions! : involving a loss of at
i. >. :' least $1.:00.: At the same time the r if ttunp-i diin't run to -uu ,
CLjtf 4 WOD.MONIV .Y1y s' The noise produced by the falling t f t
+ .1r. caxe was heard a dij-tame of nearly 1 assay office Yandervvalker.! Morgan! may create H iii'turbtln'>
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'- mile. Sterjl of the hands heard the &. \\ lliam!! was stated likewise. The time If ?tiurhirtf! lmk 1 lk>

::1 1Li lj ; ". rrONKY () ,L 'NI, ): .? SENATOR TII.LMAN. noise. iiibhul Lack immediately and loss was approximately: as large as Da 6h meg grater and a. if t ; u

;, .1. t : : TO LOIN-On houifbolU furnl- f'hlln.p of blows! at short range the found the anal almost filled I with venpoits. One man. a min'T. was Severely t ?91. I cream in the larch if ,\''''M/ ,
a .M. turn, bur,f., cows and all kind uf prrt'li' -
: : ..",,,1 property, rerun ntiy btriclfstxcrrcy two men clinched and senators rushed earth but Mr. Thompson an* the ne injured at the e\i>losion at Wil ,r-- l ; s i:5: :# ha\< |,t fringe on them "i Ito '
KuitrRiiiwil. Apply to A. A. Maher from liams' oflice. He the i 3
: tL'I' toward the combatants every gl'oI.'r. missi 11 was passing at t hole
big enough to '
i'l't >uutti I'ttlittux strcti.MdNKV run x t;
I ----I I II quaiter Senate employers joined in. As soon as the iKihhors! could he moment of the explosion. Flying deriris 1
I through mum n the ,
1 w i i J
a TOLKNDou r""I..h-1
tmpru\rd the melee and dunnn; two or thiee 'oll'etl'll about lien' men began the struck him in the fat e, gashing his
t. ID I"rlt".r MiiHil amounts low ; I bring them to thHlaunclrx
,, f r&iettiflQltTfsl. fall Oil L.f>llti K. rooks I Ii minuti'S there was one of the mos-t ills work of excavation Thc'alth was remotd eyes. and the injury may result in to { r i "It
BIturary la*',:*,I', H. liUIux HI. Mtlivr I fucewill light with > w .
tal blindness! ji y
bulldlllll, Smlui graeiful units ever in any with all possible rapidity, )hop '
'i.1' -- legislative bodj. ing that when the untortunate men In Cripple Creek Hrnjamin's assay I... 1 !have attained jour d> -ui it .

l\loS tY CliO Tt Iwrro-l>\\-Ho allY you amount nerd you money want? 'I Ii At present South Carolina has no were found! they might be alne. The office. north of the Flonme and Cripple I qt..t Ki -. tMJ lock! \ like a 1'lllf'lJlIUI.

i I to-<1ay on fH-ifit twin and lowvtt ralfB : standing; in the upr't'r house of ('on.grr'5S. d"uIIIod> of Mr. Thompson was found Creek depot! was blown up. In
I; I euywurrethtatnableounprovedcltyrralt both of the senators having the town of Goldfield, about 1's miles
t \ fktatn-troiu W in. .1.l1rr,''IIfi! Houtb 1',1f ,,- about 7 o'clock last night. He was
: I iitrrrt. lu-tt i iI | been adjudged tithe unanimous vot' in a !standing' |I..>*>ture. the top of his north of here ,almost simultaneously ALL WORK C. O. D. Goods Called i for and MWrt r
11 I'' I-YYIIU WANT TO BOKKOW MONEY" hi-ad being about feet under the Io! >'<'e's othce and another assdist es
I t i moo"Y.ln.Jr" your property pru- eaiih tahli'hml'ntt'l'e vviecked lioce'sfamily TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
cur"at.,trttcti of titln, buy or Hell real e.I .- I
I late, rent property of any dehcription, haverrnHcoIlfOttd The canal whore Mr. Thompson's occupied an adjoining room.

"""'! k'Y t. or your tuxes attended to, 1 bod>' was found is about 20 feet deepMr )1 rs. Boy ('e wa sblown out of bed, hutt'S'all..d I WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.
i 1.1 call ou or adjrt. Thus. C. 'A tttsou & Co.
i It't KNsIM..tateand Insurance agents fenea- Thompson was one of the most without serious injury. In I

'I (cols Kla. Cbarxei hurl..rate. To everyone prominent men in the county, having this city the powder was plated under! ,
aho buys a lot troll UH we will lend moneywhich
k I' with to build. bouse. Ml-tt been a member of the house 01 senate the building. The house in which a = W. B.
--- far the last li> jears.JACKSONVILLE family !lived next to the Williams assay j1

I i ____....l'OIt.. .. ... .IUVl'. .. ___.___....,_.. 7'S office here was much damaged anda r' ;
I ,. 1'R ItF.\r-A: very desirahl. store 110'' RISES RAPIDLY. woman was prostrated Sheriff Robertson i I I MAN['-TL'KtkS A.M l't.AUK' .V

I, J' Wruhl'nlafut.lrerl! now occupied t>y has called out his deputies and I \ -

,i' HrmbtrgA.rl'mltr: Ready: toroocupnitcyty is taking all means' to discover if -- -- 3 4I LUMBER
March I. Apply to frl.her Keal t:nttttH Since June 1,312 Building Permits pos I LATHS
AgellryYN :>nutli ralAfux'treethuyleli fMi'CltN1SIIELLtal118w11h "I Have Been Issued. Bible the i-trpetratois of the crimes ,

---- -- Jacksonville, Fla., IM). 25.; -The The general impression: here this JilL t

l' '..0'..'....... -0.'; '''. corner Illuilrrill\\ right; and' close of the weeks, business at the I morning is that the acts are the resultof i i SAfEDCTPBESSSfilNGLESEbiDrolStPEXSACOLA. ,-
.1:11,1 :
Hired* $
t. general movement to rid the this
otlue of Building Commissioner Trio a ,,
>- : J "A.
i I'OIC xA I leau shows that since June 1,312:! permits trut of all high grade ore purchasing

\ II It __ __ :, have ben issued, allowing for j institutionslliMdhounds.

II' I'LYI.ti/ llul':" : orrrrr fonaltcl"'lip. .4mss'S the erection of 1,730. structures, of from Canon City have
; ;\ Purcharrcau make t-nonu'li in hirer ROYAL ANDAHU \TIIISIg8 \ { \
inoulht to pity for .ulllt. Addrr..11.cnre rrSJOE which number 1t,2;: are brick and, 1,3'A been tailed for.Pneumonia.
I'AILV NKUN. 'Jlf I 1111' frame.

.l ('I I4'.)KSALK--.\ Hue i1rnuiut bor. .Apply The number of buildines elected represents Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per cast 1
; 1 .T ton. .\. 1-riedinitii fli'viIl the expendituie of several million Scourges City.
N \ U'VVNUFS M'LACRIN.of Alexander\ City Ala. Feb. 2 I.Thpl'
j MIR ."* VI.K:-... UeMTilOle pit-It- ul pi..jr- their fellows dollars the largest Hruc-tUI'l's.
I : ly. lartse lot and hI".r'1II bouse <>ulb to be in contempt of both and nunlldt'r of pneumonia in and around WHI-I\-Y:; ; : I i.. (11..tell el 1at11I a ',.I-.1.1 tKv.

11 .>etreet. kx: .y terms. fur urtber in- the senate Neitlu: is entitled to a completed way this city has become alarming. The T ., Di-tilery! and 1 1 it fully 111:itur>.tl m' w...
d lit N; *, being The Windsor hotel. theVst
f"rmlill..llilply i a 4 omen or in I ; .
r )Mololl'V :.'l N "'1'11"'" street. |IT"t i i Vote or to n-c-ounition until the senate i ihyshiahs, who ale busy day andnight Lt'fort"L'lttlin ;. it H :absolutely ;pure slid iut I
t decides their Their building Dxal t'pchurch building, f' lyhtll. 'I celled in \Vhi.key of .
touteinpt!' purgeil frank to of quality fly any the DMi:
are it thy
say is
i -I t''u111.11.p-.1 aiyoumglogrtbrror.rpdrate.noflb. Due IrMclfiict) uuu HUH'I case has been' referred to the committee ('countv ('(0U1Ihouse.. Baldwin-Am most fatal and dangerous the no mutter where produced.( The Rnyat''taiI. "

'1 .. twit bUilt hours in the city; nitlern on privileges and elections) and bier block Hlks' club, fire departmentheadquarters type as elhtyears old when bottled, and, ;"h-lilt| i
,ulprO\.lIIotIl14.lIi.II'.IIlIIl'; hast \\ ngbt : the indications are will (police' headquaiteib SR death rate has proven alarmingly high excellent: fill .lilv. i N the cheapest 111 '! i-k-
-tr..t'I.n"r depot: an excellent hoardiui; thev hang the market at that price. A-i a t).- Ian
Hubhard building Gardner block _
IIUUMI one, a line home or a s-tfe, good in- there for some time to come. Both r' .
>c>.111I..111.plJly to 1'at Icll'Ugb.lI1 s. Baldwin block H K C.a\eland! block, PROr ESSIOfl AL CA 3 PS. absolutely pure -tiniuljiit, there H u"ii'' b>

I falatoi .Ir.... ._____ ___ nl.iltI men entered formal apologias! to thesenate Stoi'kton-Hudd !building; and the several ....---- _. ... Shipped in cae: ; containing no nurk v\' l,at. v.
for their unions.. Imt that does indic-ite
contentIf "
1 JXtKHVLK on-The easy most term dmlrnble, by the lots t>'ub In"r : 'not t hanne their btatus nor does it indicate ,. large structures erected on Ca. W. C. MONROE, the Whiskey, h not t>jti purchaser.(i.*d with up'iiix.ii, 11.111111.1:1'. : :! :

K.l Ktlat Agency ItH', South Palatal... any change in feeling toward Hay street bv the AtlanticYaldosU can return the name at our Pipeline( aiid( IIwill :
; .tr_t. i 'im I and Western Uailuax company, be refunded.
one Their apologies did
,. Aulll .. \\lllllfil. i I: I IAprurp KO in that direction not The demand for building permits! ATTOJtXKY-AT-LAW' AI'' .order. should itA accompanied b\ '

.. during the past week has fallen below EIGHTYEARS Otb curr n '.*, postollice nnnipy order, bank" Ir.r,
t'IIIUI"'I ;;;;;'k"-PO- Of course neither man suffered! pby (\ ..ISHlm HUMHM: .
.II O I.1 the average!; but this has been theta |.rb. nt'iiiey order. \\'H refer to Fir Na
AULnlU; Nf' NrAMiAKU works. \ I!sisal injuries in the personal enfoun, Blink 'I' any merchant in ]'en: rkpul clli-rs.. 1.1I..r,1 l t.rni4. ciur gunruntf 1\ter e several times during the past nine!
: t ..l )(,1'NTAI1'IN: pecialty. U.- i i.crlpurr months the week following, however, MODERN DENTISTRYAT I
hull mailed (.'..11"11. nliinai) it Tillman struck M I< I.aurin a hard
.0.1..I..bl..b.lurk. ls.tn 1:> VSarrcn Ml, >vn 1lnin the fare, and it looked fiom !generally s'-jwmg an increased d >- S A. FRIEDMAN.
I. mand for
-- the galleries! as if McLaurin got i in I permits. o

\\'. =,'l'l'U.t one or two upon the fare of his an When you lack energy, do not relish MODERATE PBICES. Ni. ,E 1' "I'RnI''R. l'KN: >>AI"I.". Kl Ad
-' -- --
; 'P..pj"t o 9ft ;Imt tt tagotmt before they were pulled apart your food, feel dllll and stupid -.
i.\ UfANThll-TliH. iiitu'Utnf I can nell fur : but Tillman thinks he was not strnkEverybody' after eating, all "HIIlf'ed i* a doe ofChamberlain's Call and Hare Your Teeth Examine d I r I) noII". Ti.i.i.riioM: ;
IA.i) "I'II.h. J. S.An.trrNNPtS.I'alnNx I"t.1! 11ISK
is expecting: more troubleIf : Stomich: & Liver
and estnn.ite of the cot
d>tlf get an ......
t Wl.'r
th' two mt-n get together! for as, TabletThey will mike 01fl' l of work. .
? 'k ANTfcU: -\u kinai ot empty beer like min yo'u your eA 1a [WMAM frl !.'mJk every 1'11.- of Lr'iu-l'- -
,\ he showe.l in his statement to th"c'n a new : and give au appetite -
11 bottloi:.._H. A. FRIEDMAN. novftf i ate, Mi| Laurin threatens an attermatli I I like a bear. For sale by all DR. BOULTER, hulK or b ttlf. wiL>h !',ile -ir rda.lit. ; .

ii : .21: ': IIIl.I' 1tA'1'II), if there is any rl'l.ditillll of thtrhaiK.'s d-uggi-ts i and medicine dealerTORTURE-. I I 17!" S. 1'alalox. Oppiihife C,'mrnt. are way down.
that he has sold out to the Ik
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: \\rAUH- ur l ; tl;1 month gftt # Yi: for
i If m-CHlriil,fl'l 'fiirsu-kiif.,. aliiitlt'nthmoiif publican paitv. Theie i'lIn IJIH,:.;tin[
.o..nt. ,.k parrrulara lgrnt.; big of the
>. Natlountludrnnulyt'o., AtliinlH.Ita. I'h skallrilH'ry of either mat !
i I i .'4f-m.tt* and tl'l''ollld nolMidy be who witnessed the pnc nun: :; WJOD AND COAL.

\ I" AN I Kl': -KiMHMvtilf )1"""II..r to take surprised to learn I"
: 1rli.trgvof 11.1 rllu IInl('h-pttl anilt'tllcftolwopfunl : more b.>nnus trouble of the sam.kin''
III t rii-iuoia lo lurthrr '}II'I- ; the dangers and dis \VB EXPECT TO :;('!'!'LY MI'CH; I.AKOEK( TK.\I:
Less intrrcttn of old f'ial>li,lifa uiunulnflurltigroiiorn. It all started over Tillmnn but, i r attack
5 i>i.r), U$io pcriiiontti and upon the 1!. publicans! in !ii i"!-. BESIDES of Blood Dis THIS WIXIKKT11AX OVER: :! I'.KhOItK:
rllr,, pmnit. AiiICnllt| IIHI't Urnl"tlyihHl
and ItchIng
Burning -
.J TfMrtievt and have $<., "IIh.d.- speech/ on the 'hiliipim-s I Ile < Par;

I:Ii l'a.orf.. \Iao..r. r o. toe U-'I. t'hll..I..ll'hlll.f':!uiN yW f'llihat the Republicans hal only hen, Skin Eruptions are among SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW,

-- able to ratify the peace treaty li\ 1'.' the most acute tortures. Thei
\ 'o\ttr" \ i* i'ivrit\'. (curing the vote of a senator throusl i strongest systems soon collapsei Thompson Olscn c Co.

I,1"l *- II improper influences. This !led to ,,I under such agonies. V ,

\ I ClNUI.K (11V1B KKIIWN I.K,HORNS heated colloquy between Tillman
p 't L ..ulu."..')' Stnk and F:Kt!. fortalN.i II i iLfHi an' P P P ippman's( Great Manresa Street, Telephone 7y7.ESTABLISHED .
>nrdfr< at VV lloH*rd.. r..l'o't. Iw,1I 1..1tInt'r. the upshot of it lining; 'h,'
i I i Remedy a safe
chart that Md.
unn had throii-1 II
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err+ .nul. and certain cure for
the potcnov of pat rona 10:1'. twin Will I' 1863.
r- Skin Disease whether tor- ..... _
the every - -
Mm: our luiirovrd \ ae- over bv Rppubli('ans.
; OM.iMl.vseuk,.prr ituiirKitl.il ctieitpfsl ; turing, disfiguring, humiliating,
l..-.um ..arlh (or 'xUal arakllr,<, xtrli-t- McKENZIE OERTING
1 tifr, lo..r.. M'rii..*<.I.*, fiilnriC"* Mirunkfnortnuo INVITATION WITHDRAWN. itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, & CO. .
I'artu ulars .rul...l. Ihf VV nrlil- crri
.1" t'urr t'".. I'.n.r i nl. i iM : inwtd't -- pimply or blotchy-in fact, from = OJ -utAtEKB II! 0
i Senator Tillman Did not Participate I II n pimples to the most distressing

I : i :n I I _, .,-.ll.il' ,iintlrli--. _'4' -_ Reception; to Prince Henry. eczemas-and every humor of thet I and General

: k l' .I -',i... tluutE.1 KKIi (or *. |n,'.ipniil.V Wishington. Feb .:M Tin preside-n, blood, whether simple, scrofulous Ship Chandlery BardwareI
tt I 1 !'l't" mi'1u"uii' 'I..W (1i ,-i''rIhou'ttiiili \'.
unM U nt-xiT ImU. iiiiiirantrnl. '' Tvithdifw his invtition: t \Io-n.hl i'I or hereditary.
4 Dos AM B05 M. \lLU'01
: t I Htl'.KKT;
+ VAutlil'" i uivio, h,'uvrr. t'uleradd. Senator Tillman. of South Carolina
HV 1 \"j'., fl.MHWT'A' the dinner given in hon..r tattend i II'II D T) T) Purifies the blood, Ill'r,I ------ AGENOV.I .

J ) i H.\ lt'(._<)4U_ >--..''H'' '''' Prim Henry of Prussia at theVh:t 1. L L builds up t:1eveak j { COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. UOKJILINO'S!: rONr,P,> ll '
\ I. lKlKVK-Manuluoturi JIO'lSl'. and debilitated, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE
t + KN' S\KM1 A. RUHHEL A HON'H pr u'"
::11 l\l and Jrsler Hair Goods Hats. 'folletArnclft.
tit; I gives strength to weakened
i t : ,: hair im. .itc..iKii W. Uovcrannattrmt. I It is stated that this action on th., Cum Cerdtgi hliti, Dili! lictieii listrinmti Chris Jithrs U.U
.t,.t t part ot the president was mail n... .,', nerves, expels diseases, and insures ,

t.,..;'t" ..-- .I'I,.at.-M Nor 1..n."I.. nary from the fact that it was .\111I 01 I health and happiness re 1 OOMP.\! iM, LOOS. KTO.

1 -- ---- the 01'('urn'mes on the floor of the st ,. sickness and despair once shut I
tate C. McKeQZlaOertin CollMctla ,
Agent for Bi
IJ'1 1'I.IwIRs H>K H'XKKALrt furnlln..dI wlb < < : PiloU' n"I\fYIt\ | i t *
f I prun'ptlrlalwuqunt.oBpr.ualdrslgU. last Saturday. The senator fro n out the light of life. I elation

?, ;l'f"f Mt.I'bnn.. \lolrlti1 r."I "ol..no.III.t: Uffgoty:'IIollnl! South Carolina was declared in to' 'i Sold by all Druggists. $i art -
1 1 tempt of the senate Senator Marti 1 bottle six bottles I
3 ; $
1)- 5. \

I I f \, ...;I'T-.I l'l't'1.11N'1;.j.--; 1I of tee V'rauua.! naval a affairs mfraber of the < "mni; LIPPMAN[ BROTHERS w .1 CURE YOURSELF r eN1CNI.TIR INCLKMENNYRDYAL PILLSrv
,, and Moral I'eBlgnB- on accepted an :nvtatiou 1j TIM IlitG"r Bnn tnnlimtaiioDi !
t I I ( $pi>ri.l tifnieni ordered for cu.touif rs. in .1 Ir. Tillman's d dole Proprletoi drrkarp-el.Cammat /r-v ..I ..4 o.r ... .
: M'lu .olftif Mor..oo. :1'.11 W..61 Urrtgory. placpTlu or i. /* \i . invitation! tt mneo ., IInnn.'U wa extends or'jnal'j : LIPPMAS BLOCK, SAVANNAH, OAF .
I III c[ Punk.! .. and nit utna ".1'" + .

l t nl.... r ".'''1111'111'''._ to Mr TiUman owing to the u. I eet>t or pouuDoiu. fl. ti- vj; l.>..rr..... ."..I.M..i1.......0... wJ. .I.. ..r
t that he the told by :Drukgttta, ,
( is ranking mmontv I C "' '
} m.'uI .
1 when you can ; JJ2,. ... ..... wl"l_ .lu'.
Kt'Y stove
i ni"* | l
(i 1 \c-511 have your n mid one rt-pulred V.. can her of the naval. affairs (committee. I TEL.lp&t1ll'6 I. on every bo*: of the genuine Of t>T eentin cipntw.pbtn plrpel4 wreff.r, fur, I' \ -r ?,;:, .... ..".11..1. _........._ ...... ... ...
lualit'll imo t s< good ns ue\\'. Applvto I' I Know One SureKenwily ( fJ/- Laxative BromosQumine'ablete,7S'Ntthe 'II fHrrB1urcnlkr r.D,, or 1 bottle. |i7i. I II I -\ X n'w i r..Milk. !I kk>..'...i .mii.1.a./-1.<
t gri I I !i lrIII: ot>etmat c."d 1:4 lime Is P1'ti.&l.am.rt remedy tut CUM a cold la one Uy. IJ J




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A BadDisease
come down to us fle Best
r,. null's Cough Syrup cures Cough Donaldson One of the Crew. Wai whirl of excitement was Son of a South Carolina Engineer Ends through many ten-
t .d at on('e. Conquers Croup, i i'i Drowned. His Life. tunes and is 5
t'i ?'ning-Coujrh: and Mea !le-Co'\gh I Victoria R. C.. Feb. 21.-The sealing recently caused in the scientific older than
f.ul. All mothers praise it. schooner II. I. world Columbia S. C.. Feb. 24.-Eddie I Ii I I itself,
it Morse of Victoria by the news that histor7
-" 1, ""'riho it for Bronchitis, : is a wreck and C. Donaldson one of j the of !i Holland the 16-year-old son of a rail-I!I yet verY few W1iskey JIE
m-*, irii'i'e>, Pneumonia and I her crewtas drowned. The survivors mystery nerve action !; road engineer, shot himself through outSIde of

,:l1pton. Quick! sure results.Diiiiri. I were landed hen by the steamer Uma- | has been solved.It the heart in his room last night. those who have le.imed from bitter experience
I know anything ('f its nature 01
tilla at midnightThe The youth had been clerking In hi* ulcer And the Best Liqaon
little 01
is characteristics. first a
U. I. Morse was caught in a announced that healthynerves j, uncle's dry goods store. He seemed, I, sore appears, then glauJs of the neck 01 of all kinds served by

h 'avy southeast gale and tremendous are fat nerves-and 1 from all reports to have been Industrious groins swell; pimples break out on the Polite and Courteous

btorm on Feb.\ 18 when 40' miles off [i that it is the fat in the core of I and sober but of late had been II i iI i breast, back or some other part of the Attendants.
COUCH SYRUP Cape] Orford on the California coast. I I going out a good deal in ,the evenings body and fill with yellow pustular matter;
the nerve which is sensitiveand the mouth and throat become sole am! FULL MEASURE liD
V-.ays cures when others fail. She was hove to with her storm sails j i His father objected. but he continued '

,.. llicureConglutatioG. 50 pills toe.JiEY close\ reefed with the wheel lashed <: by hardening and soften- | to go. i iI ii t the Headaches tongue are Li tlt freqnent all times anti badly muscles coatetl.and FIlE QUALITY. I '

-. and Uonaldson on the lookout. The I ing creates nerve action. i Yesterday evening Engineer Hoi- I joints throb anl hurt especially daring

others were beIoA heavy sea !i iI land came home and was told that I damp, rainy weather These are some ol DANNHEISSER BROS.

I broke alongside and she careened over :Maybe this explains why !i Eddie was out late the night before. !, the symptoms of that most loathsome oi I II AUEXT3 FOR THE CELEBRATED
DISEASES !| on her sort beam, and another sea' Scott's He severely reprimanded his son. '1 all diseases, Contagious Elo<,,l l'uison'l
i Emulsion has always I This, stun I f Harper f tehy.M .
.- | striking her she. went over and was j :i The boy a few minutes later asked: ,
I been such I Contagious does, not affect
turned bottom up. Soon she righted a remarkable remedy his father for a sheet of paper, and on a'l alike some ain House 401 8. Palafox street.
ue thi I three parts full of water, and those for nervousness then went to his room. In ten minutes -1 I Blood Poison are Hterany; R R. EJchanlCe-Opp. Union Depot.

tiSM- below rushed on deck. Donaldson |i | a shot was hpard. The father eaten up with it within a short tine afut! i. P. O. Box 2M. Pensacola: Fla.

('ouIp seen off the stern on a piece j i I Scott's Emulsion feeds thin | forced the door to find the boy dead a II being inoculated while others show but Phones 116-2tM.

CUIE iii i I of wreckage:: shouting. although he nerves with the best of all fats i bullet in his heart. slight eide nee of any taint for a longtime ; -l
fOlEY'OIIDIEY' I could not be heard. The boats being II i On the table was the sheet of paper. j after exposure, but its: tendency in
.. ..Wj3T :1 broken his comrades could not aidi the pure cod-liver oil and 'j On it Eddie had written that he every case is to complete destruction oi LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS

him and he sank strengthens them with the best I he treated too harshly the physical system sooner or later.S. .
before their eyes. ;: thought was for
refunded. Contain 1\ S. S. is a safe and infallible\ cure
monif j The survivors worked with oil bags:: \ of nerve tonics, the hypophos- | and wanted to end it all. He then this bad disease-the only antidote fot OF PYTHIAS

rtmedies recognized by col j and two drags forward to keep the phites. I told each member of his family good- this specific poison. It cures Contagious

u the Beat for I schooner from being wrecked and on 'i by. Blood Poison in every form and stage Penftacola Lodge No. 3, K. of r.,

cent_ physicians.I I Tuesday morning were picked up by thoroughly and permanently. S. S. S. me lieTry! MOD 1., .....
KJdnc And Diaooer trOUDIAI the schooner Penelope of Victoria, I For all forms of nervousnessand I Aycock Commutes Death Sentence. I contains no $ercury, Potash or other log ail.S at C&itU Ball,
harmful min8als. but is: strictly an] In the Bloont WtMM
? .K1IkS&I41J. which blew up the wrecked ship. On I neuralgia take Scott'sEmulsion. i i Haleigh. Feb. 24.-Governor Ay- I entirely vegetable remedy, and we offef building third floor

\\' A, D'ALEMBERTE. Saturday the Umtilla was spoken and : I cock has commuted to life imprisonment ; i.ouo.oo reward for proof that it is not. Vliltlng welcomed.brethren cordially

______ she took the sealers from the Penelope I I I at hard labor the death sentence MEDICAL.which wu estab- M.CaruLL, I'

and landed them here last night. Sen.! for Free Sample. I I of Russell Gales white, and OUR lisbed years ago, UOBSLKB.K.K.48.I.W.: 0.0

Ifl.CiOO fW. SCOTT & v.1 Harry :Mills, a negro two of the four DEPARTMENT 11 doing a noble
I umvxK:, Chemists 409 Pearl St.,N. work In relieving suffering. Give oni
Awarded at ParlPHHAROCH MURDER MYSTERY TRIAL. I burglars who attempted to rob Emma short history of cast
physicians a your I
I I __ I postoffice-and nearly killed Postmaster I and got their advice. This will cost
Fife Says He Was Not Present When NANETTE. i Sam Alexander. They were to have you nothing and what you say will be

? !I Richardson Was Killed. What did he give-to you-, Nanette, I i been hanged Wednesday. I held their help in strictest and a copy confidence.of our book With o*

Savannah Mo., Feb. 24.-The casa : This man that you will not forget? : Contagious Blood Poison you cat HARPERKENTUCKY
of Stewart Fife charged with com His h.art'V.II.. say perchance a bit I University Given Big Telescope.Knoxville. i I manage your own case and cure your
I That soothed you when you needed it. home.
plicity in the killing\ of Frank W. Richardson His >soul? \V!I1, say a mood wherein Feb. 24.-Dr. John I'eate, self at
WINE CORDIAL well-to-do merchant was He wi-arinl of accustomed sin : the aged manufacturer of mammoth: I SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca

t:immctii! tions for cure of Poorness'/ called here today. I And made )ou partner, of regret, I telescopes has donated to the American I WHISKEYSoli

), -,: -nch% the troubles ippttiie and, strtntttiens General DeIt // Fife was a young society man and Nam-tte. university at Harriman Tenn., the I There's lots of money to be made

> and -uilJs ap the entire iys>tera. I an associate with Richardson in bus What dM he give to you, Nanette, third largest telescope in the United I in real estate-lots of it. A real estate -
This: man that you will not forgci? States. The instrument will be sign is usually a fin goer.board to
91 Drouot I exceeded
rue ness.Mrs. His wit? Well, say |'.-rchance a Jest wealth. Thog. C. Watson &
PARIS ,, ( Addie B. Richardson, widow of That loft its ixiisun In your breast. in size only by the Lick tele- Co. the leading Real: Estate firm,
i:, rouKt-ra .1 Co. the dead man, was charged jointly His brain! ? Well, say enough to show soope and the instrument in the Yer- offers it
I have some which wouldbe
% ('. %.i. I I
Ipn How much he knew might not
with Fife with the murder. and in her know- you kes observatory at Green Bay Wis. worth your while consider. Go

trial last month the state endeavoredto Poor Lutu-rtly in wisdom's net. I I I and see them to-day, and don't wait

show that her alleged relations Nanette. I To Name Successor to Toon. till to-morrow.

with Fife served as a motive for the What did he g \e to you. Xani'ttll\ Raleigh, Feb. 24.-Governor Aycock. I llaliianM from the'Northern Wood ty Danleto! Bros.

'. I / crime. The jury acquitted Mrs. Richardson This man tIt you will not forget? exists tomorrow to fill the vacancyin r ,I ue in I'ynT-B&Jfam..the certain cure for coughs. _

in halt an hour. Libations at a Bodiless' shrine? the office of state superintendent ol
Fife, who was arrested at North Yahirna. He poured for you a different wine.Incense public instruction due to the death ol t j F. C. BRENT WM. H KNOWLKH. W. K. HYKR JR., J. H, REE8K.
that clue?
Wash two months ago is confident He gave you Is a certain goddess'sort 'tis true, General Toon. His appointee is certainto ] President. Vice-president. Csanler. Au't Caihler.

of being set free and says: tThe: Incense uf a rlparette). he a young: man and one devoted te

"I was nowhere near the Richardson Nanette.He the educational work which the governor .

SCORN1Pe home on the night of the murder gave his worst to you, Nanette, I has so much at heart. First National Bank

and my arrest and incarceration is a This man that you will not forgot. i
A kind sf.m.-ttiiin less I
font.-tni't.' a
criminal Crushed to Death In Cog Wheel.
outrage.!: I
Than tend'T in his ten lernp"s.Oh
FrankV.. Richardson was a brother love was kind your eyes to dim: :McCays. Tenn.. Feb. 21.-Whih, : OF PENSACOLA. :FLA. I
of John D. You thought this ilross the gtd of him; leaning wheel th
Richardson of
)VI 3, :1, nI and WrtaI Chicago, Your fools tup ...-.-mt-d a coronet: : over a cog ,
M 3 western manager of the National liis- Nanette. .i: machinery of the separator at the Lon
: 1II1.FJcTcItB:
cuit trust. i don Copper mines IVs miles from hen
Well. fate must hive Its jest, Nanette. on last Friday morning, Mr. Jack lid I :, WM. H. KNOWLES. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT ,V. K. HYER, JB)
r'1 The life of ou will not forget, ,
SUPPOSED CORPSF. REVIVES.New And. though a man might give his best, was caught by the cog wheel and th ,
His highest: and his holiest whole front of his body torn apart'

cape Jersey from Farmer Being Has Buried Narrow Alive. Es |i i To (And SI-B if soul your he-and I eyed think heart ar*he Minded you laughs would yet somewhere, not
\. ',\ York Feb. 24.-Found frozen 1, Nanette. -Life. I Rates Advanced In Birmingham.
wLWe .
i M'Hvdritt and, apparently dead\ af- Birmingham, Ala., Feb. :21.! -Birmingham I

, CHOICESTFRUITS t .lay's htorm William Ferry, a lint Hi. Dl.ln'1 Kixi". insurance agents have been draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain, Ireland

near Antholl)'. :\. J.. lay for I notified of the 25 PIT cent advance in Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland Hpain Belgium, Russia, Hoi f

I '. in the cooling board of an I kt'\ Y rates which was aerd. upon recently 1 way, Bwedon Denmark !and: other European countrIes,

in.'' 'ti-i t shop surrounded, by cot I at a meeting! in New Yoik. The ujance -j I I(

f AND CONFECTIONERY[ r !1:1;i ,iid! >I t paraphernalia! of death j ji' dates troD! lat, Friday, lrVe.sel8 Disbursed upon tho Most Favorable Terms, and thell
i Obligations Ta-ken Payable at Port of Destination Ten
uas found bias i ; Jn the snow. 1&k f) I -- --- ------ or Fifteen Dart
| t._ HI'wIII'E'1'011I111I1'11'.. after Vessel Arrives there. I.
for ("atari-It IliaC'omain
Ti'! body was cold and the supposed;: \ ., .. ,'.' I .
-\1- ,..,. : ;Mcinny. I
q: ; was taken to an undertaking. \ I
I- 4TSafety Boxes for
( Deposit Rent in Connection
A<: will
mercury surely destroy the
atdishnient. Half( a do/en neighbors:: :,
C. with which
APOSTLE'S ;enseof! : !snif-llaiid oiiiiiteiv] | tie- we have a Private Apartment for the VI"
Mtheu-d to watch o\er the body. The
ruii're tile wholi- >.'!.to-ll1 win! entering Rentnru.
a!.M-'rx-e of thf undertaker prtvcntsJI i '

E;st GD ocrell1 Sf.,: I nuth.-r al tion.i When he arrived the 1:1 Jffj."r'h Such it articles tlirnnsli should lie niucoiK!. nevert surface-, u:d. j -

patty gathered in another room. L'pon \ '- except} on [I'rp-cril'fiOlIl'; from rcjuitablf -[ MICKE&CO.
; ;
1 i \.i I KIi: iu..iiitSund .- ,/ !
their return to the cooling room th.'y'w'rl' r1r :'t I'hpiclan:1th"- damage; they
: I1.-! 'Pi 1 1. .It I.jf, horritii'd to find the suppod' tl. :J., ....iJ.J:J\\ (: j ,), II: J will ,10 i i.- ten fold to tin- g.ioti you'''
I ., 1 can "jly! ilt-rive from thiin.Hall's ;
: po .
eorpsimissing.; Body snatl' was' ) ; 'Plumber
.t'- I Catarrh Cur. manufactured Gas and Steam
their first thought.' Au alarm was ; .Jl.r7t' ;. F. J.
) by Chfiii-y & (J I.. Toledo.! 0.. ,
GOLAY@ sent out au.! a messenger hurried tnK'rn 4t p. "k'; contains no IIII'I'CIII'and N takeniiitiMuIly. ,

r and '> hO11"hl'1 arrived Ferry I-r4e4)i : acting directly'" upon\ tin- No. i South Palafox Street
Corn jHeal Mills uas iiit.poiing: of a hearty lIlt'aII\ I I.' ; blood I and inutniH surface of the: All Kinds
OL Ptcrnbini and Oa
said h" su hi'-iily" became conscious and i ,,' '.. -ystoii. I In buying llnllV!\ Cut.-irrli FlaillMattorialc1!\ Kept on Hand .i
v ';.e"'o'i''1 a9a Pu. '
ONZALEZi! CO., Props, nliM'iiiij; Ins siiriouudingK-.| I Itiiroiuzii L'unbe ,.ti r. you iret the :;; -iuinc.i NIo4.\( t.r5o"J.,4
\t. Lrsl'tii.ra home Til'1 I'M'l- A'l.vnt' :-I'rill::: ",' :-: It istaken: internally and i i.. nude in t
sid.door and hurried
".1. H, \\1: >)> ITlaGHOl'SI1: : a j Il'irol gr..Is: oh..I "1. i,11'01,10, Ohio, hy I.'. J. Cht-ncy & . THE GARDEN SECTION 1
I I Tlw 1'ariinTHi! lit;\ instrr! tlict Testimonials, i I five.Iy .
!>oo < K J KF.II.>>
FAMILY FEUD OF A CENTURY. there onion pnti-iil-Ncw: York\ .loiirti.-i!. :old by Jruji'ifc price 7"c:
.' buy Mal and
!ll'Hilf Manfictorer Startling Developments In North Car j H.iw \rhltrlltlull \V rU'. Hail's Fainilv Pilh are the best

1 '. 'tin mirttee the lionm oommunltj Indos- olina Trial Are Expected. ,I YI' ;; -ihm't y'OU think art>itrilion I is ; Florida. I :

'1' ..:tirecty: bi'in-died: lial'-iuli.: Feb. 24 -The noted feud i tinsafest way to wttlidi! mlosVi NOTICI;. :

i '!--of mfunifacturf Inhor. You t owf Joe ei- HL-iiist Jack! Keaton was set for II i I' l'ril1l -IIIII"'ak-\o. I must say I tliat I I have been authorized to take Near East Hill Electric : ,

.., .' :n which you live fta6 I li., :t' ii': at Marion this week. It in- il) nutVo had snimtr ) vrtIr MODDort xn've.-'' tend ot over IIMI years': \length. I ('is k, and I wont to the kiti-In-n to :irl Bryan's paper.: "The Commoner." --- I

.\ x\hite man named Keaton 1:1dml' l itratc. the inittr with lu-r. Conntip The price i LS $l.\ per year in ad Beautiful Lots for Sale.40xl372'
!!>'.1 with having in ISys burned I and I'll I'iiitVyou vance. Those deirin the paper "
hdiiso ( tiint' .
OPERA HOUSEONE to the ')JI1I' i can have it !sent to them by sending ,
e\i-ral buildings.! 11.1l'd/ and was what rwnains of the suit of .
f 1.00 to the undersigned.H.M.ROCHE.
I feet at from
""'- -- ---- r-f.-ntly eapt1tn'ilie\ 1 says he will\ I clothos! I wore that day. Yon: la-re : :$76 to $200 each, accord-

, \ tell the whole story in court and will 1 ta h'smll1. I Care Daily sews. ing to location and surroundings.
t __ ,
i implicate some of the leading ( itizensas : -

MKNCIXJ.iday : : Isis accomplices. He further sajs Ill* Ill,ro, rrj."Mary. I CA.STOniA. Exceptionally Good Neighborhood
that the incendiarism was but another ." said the youn liuand In I 3rtntht Ito Kird Vaa Ha.i litays Bseghi; Beautiful View, I

4 February 24. 1 (plan of the ('pnturrol.IpuII\ between \hollow accents, "did you pet the rwil' I 8tuattjs: High, 1)ryFertile_ Lands. I
for these biscuits out of the e<.,k- .
two of the moat prominent citizens.
1 The feud i is now expected to boO book t' The grandest opportunity for investment ever

fiercer than ever. Alev McCall and "Yes, dear," she rrplit-d ni-rvously. You will have pride in you own offered in Pensacola. 'I
\. bson Theatre Go. Samuel McCall are co-defendants in "\\'hy do you ask?" flower gardens if they are on your'I!

1 "Nothinir, jn-t- -r-only didn't think own ground. Your husband can buy H'I i Borne Seekers Should See
the ease.Vhile Keaton has vleade.iguilty. These Lots.
I cookl.Kks were such heavy literature." a home and he can do it now, although _
i their plea is not guilty. The he may think otherwise
judge has removed the case to Burke Uiiltiuiure Nens.Aiitomoblllntr. j Every woman wants! a home of her I
:ay Night-My Uncle frOm A..VC1ubbI
i county and set the trial] for April 11. own, and if !he will have a talk with
N Rf'Tf'alf'd. : Thus. C. Watson & Co., the
l tgLituenoTrechitTht; Court Valued Kiss At $25. Mr. Perfume I thought when you leading Real Estate Agents, they Garden and Alcaniz Streets. I
1'11ti me this automobile you guarantied show her how it is to I
can easy' get
Shore- 1 Columbus. Ga.. Fob. 24.-In the may ? _
it to lie a first class hill climber .

Xijlit'Ltsnee'rlieVheel I rjitovka.; of !'or's Horn court, a young in Girard white man Saturday, was fined Will raler-Um Mr. Perfumne-W'eIl: the only thing it : one.BEST : i.A. ::M: Avery

1 .
:' $25 or 90 days tor kissing! a young has shown any tendency to climb\ has FOR THE I
i b, 21th, each lady ac- lady who was on the f'tret't.'bt'n been telegraph poles.-Puck.Drennn. I
: ny paid: 30-cent ticket he male ((6UCCESSOK .
the sentence was announced : TO AVERY & WOOLFOLK i ,
I! ., J free if purchased ,
I ;
| a break from the courtroom, darted BOWELSIf .
past the officers and gaining the "Oh." exclaimed the poot, "if my I OF ji

j JB Away fatarflay Nut street made straight for the wagon i dreams would only come truer: ,.otll> Tn't & rffnlsr, h*&lltf mo..m.nt of thbowtn <, 1 >
lie pursued but made the it evident" ,,.,. verr &*!. J uu're.l-l 'or.\n sill the b.rh.reof Keep you>... .
bridge. was "Which assertion makes .1.O *D.&nb' welt '>""* :
.. 'tos: 10, 20 and 30c.WNG bridge in safety and escaped into 1 I remarked the business man "that you lit.V 1h.r..,....t. mll 1"III""n.l.|...rf.......o.n"tro"o J vS k.,"piog Tho tao inooth bo..!LHARDWARE. i : ;

Georgia. The Columbus police are never eat any lobster salad' Just btforegoing clear aid cl aa 19 lu CANDY take .. ,. ; ,
looking for him.FoleY'1l bed."-Indianapolis Sun. t
; CATHARTICEAT Iron, :Nail, Axes Shovels, Haw Mill and Steamboat i t
\ Honey and Tar is best for sedan Chair I J! "
HOP & GO.t.r ij croup aud whooping cough, containsno Sedan chairs were first used In Eng i I Window Kupphes,Glass C'ookins Guns? and Pistols Heating and Bums Fishing, Paint Tackle., Oils i! ftlI ; ,. l t.
opiates, and cures quickly. Care- land by the Duke of Buckingham: during ; ; ,

ful mothers keep it in the house. W. the reign of James I. The first Agate and Tinware and Houscfiirnisliing Goods. ;
anJ LValers In- A. D'Alemberte 8. Palafox. chair aroused much indignation among I : ,
now-A.-..-Tour-Kldoeyi- the eople, who said that men were I LrAGEXB FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYJ r ; Il.f

lese and Japanese Pr Hobbi'sipariwusPlllscuneall kidnej Ills.Pimple being used to do the work of beasts, "
free. Add aterlipc KeiuedH'o-l'liieimftorN T fashion Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery 1. f
bl'Came'ery J it
Goods -- I but later on they 'EM LIKE CANDY I Wheel Co., Laftin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kaf.somine c i ,' 1
Fancy NEITHEKtbecapt&tn.01l'nerlI able. 1 1'1..DI. P..I.t.hI Potent. Taut r.ood. Dn Goo L Iron King and Buck Stoves and .,
of the Br II Ranges, Wm
,K. and M
I nor consignees |C n.r Biekpn. Weaken or Gripe. 10 cent ,I
1NE .' inehmona will be reiponsl- i |er boa. Write for free ample, aol tooUet niI : Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, tw> 's '
CHINA TEAS l ble for debts contracted by Foley's Honey and Tar cures the I : ., Made Railroad Colors. ury f
attack of la grippe coiftsr. CHIUM paw TOKE ,
I the crew of laid'e8.el. cough saused by
31 South Palafox SLPensacola I HJ:: JBJRIY.I : : W. A. D'Alem- ruPY I
and heals the lungs. I BLOOD CLEM I
'Jtce. Fla. I Gulf Transit Conslgae Co.: .U Cata1n..tfn berte, 121 6. Palafox Masonic Temple, @} Fensacola, Fla. 1ft



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i r The St. Augustine Record recently called attention to the fact that in WORLD.

w .atmdVUw .t the Pat Office .t FeniftcoU, the state Minnesota a tax commission appointed last year, had form-

? ii' M wcond-elan mmtur.umoi ulated a tax law which would be presented to the pending extra session of But It Has Proven of Interest and
42d Annual
: Pitt Building zntf Both Pala-i the legislature, and suggested that the result might prove of interest to Value to Thousands. The Statement for Year

I'f ','I 1 HtlfHl.Bp-iuin.___ tbe people of this state. Common sense would suggest thatif Ending December 31st; 1901 of

i il PUBLISHED BY I The report of the commission, a volume of over 200l'ajites. treats the i one wishes to become fleshy and ,

i 1 TIE HEWS PUBLI8H1 DO.j. whole subject in a very lucid and exhaustive manner and offers for the' plump it can only result from the

II i consideration of the legislature a bill for a new law comprising more than food we eat and digest, and that

I' j i II'' .r/T Yea-lnvariably 111 Xall. "'In Advance..15 00 300 sections-probably the most elaborate tax code ever formulated. Its food forming should food be like albuminous eggs beefsteakand or flesh- THE QITALI! B LIFE U SS UBI!!!C SO Itn?

t __ lIu'la. ..r..;:::: -. -- i provisions are too numerous for detailed comment but some of them as cereals ; in other words the

I'I! ( t oaa CUM Month Months "" _____.__...._-_.-._- 1150"J I I well as some conclusions stated in the report will be noticed hereafter. kind of food that make flesh are the
BM WMk.b1 Carrier,payable MondaY 10Hnrtising conform the foods which form the greater part of
Besides the bill, the provisions of which to existing constitution our daily bills of fare. Assets__ ._ $331,038,720
I of the state and are therefore intended for immediate application -
Rates Furnished on Application.TELEPHONE I
I Reserve and Other Liabilities
,El 1 the commission reported a number of amendments to the constitution 269,910,675

: tiNION the adoption of which it recommended among them the following: -

1\ : 8E i I The legislature; may by general laws provide for the apportionment to Surplus (From dichDiridccds arc Pail) $ 71,129,0-42

1 pFt I counties of the amount of revenue to be raised therein for state purposes, i
I and may, in any law providing for such apportionment,authorize counties ti =-
I I NO. 118. I, to select the subjects upon which revenue is to be raised therein for state II Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 $ 27,714,621
\ 'or county purposes, and to apportion such revenues among the cities,
I'I: i villages and townships of the county. : New Insurance in 1901.
,i' I'I i PEH8AOOLA FEB 26 1902. .. .. $245,912,05
E i The :singular system of taxation thus outlined has been tested so far

I I.., IIi '''as we know, in but one state in the Union-Oregon; and the results have Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179,276,725

P I h '::11 i Announteiiient, i been anything but satisfactory. The Portland Oregonian commenting I I I

i t 't If., I'' Having purchased the controlling j recently upon the operation of the law, said : Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of the Societ\ :

I a '!iii t: Interest of TH E DAILY NEW, it will ,i But it is when it comes to the matter of providing for the state government greater security which its policyholders thereby enjoy' the U.\ t''' ,
f that the most serious violation of equity and justice is encountered. -
;, i I I be my endeavor to put this paper on The state levies no direct tax upon property, but requires from eachi LOW and GUARANTEES better than given by ether compan -

i i contribution as the of its assessment roll is related -
lifll"t a higher and more progressive plane I county a in proportion sum
\ to the sum of all tbe oounty assessment roll That is, if the aggre- But the trouble is that while we
''I j of afternoon journalism than hail i I gate of all the personal! assessments of Tillamook county-the whole taxable eat enough and generally too much,
r heretofore been possible with the' property of the county-is found to be the one-hundredth part of all the stomach from abuse and overwork KNDTCLE5 BROS. Gene Agents
!f l ; the taxable property of the state, Tillamook county will have to pay the does not properly digest and ,
.111 circumstance attending in this city. I'one-hundredth part of the sum required for state support. The assessment assimilate it, which is the reason! so 309 1 S: Palafox Street. PENSACOLA FLA.
.. j As fast as possible such innovations t rolls of the several counties are Used as the basis for this calculation; and many people remain thin and under
I this fact explains the anxiety so manifest in every county to "hold down" weight; the digestive organs do not --
,f' and improvements will be made as ,; local assessment. A generally high assessment with a low tax rate is, so completely digest the flesh-forming .
I far the low assessment and I beefsteak and and similar l OIL STRUCK S':... \CIM-: 1.\l'."CIItI :-. -r
f :'' circumstance and business shallIii as county taxation goes precisely same as a a eggs
':, J high tax rate ; but it is quite another matter when it comes to the state wholesome food. I You can strike oil by going to O.M. I The prettiest launch 1- the I I.
I; :lit' justify : tax to the sum of which each county contributes proportionately as above;i There are thousands of such who Pryor's big/ furniture house 'JO Launch 16 foot one-H. P., ce .'

fl': The policy of THE NEWS will be | set forth. iSo I ate really confirmed dyspeptics, although i and 'a West Government street runs very fast. The Racine 1. .

if" hcti.nali. ,, far as Florida is concerned, a similar condition already exists. The they may have no particularpain i We have nothing but bargains to of- is the one adopted bv the Pan-
Iii to harmonize the existing 'state tax rate is low but the amount of revenue required of each county'I or inconvenience from their : fer in all classes: of furniture.: Don't lean Exposition in Ruifalo be< .
i i. differences in this county and to I,: stomachs. : miss them. they are the best more reliable :
j. for state purposeis in exact proportion to the assessed; value of its tax- If such would theirprejudices ,
persons lay any other; they are simple, -
: 1 1 : bring the best men of all ': able property. If the county's ratio of assessment is low, the proportionof aside; and make a regular I The finest line of umbrellas in the worthy safe, and fulluaral1'/

.I !! I'' into one common interest. )Ir. W. 'i! revenue it will contribute for state purposes will be less than that of practice of taking, after each meal city is at J. I. Stephens', (i,1 lookat Lippnm. Hrothers "Savannah (I"

w 'I M. Ball will continue as business' other counties whose: ratio is hizher. Hence the same inducement exists one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia I them. are agents from the manufactur-r
Tablets the food would be quickly and carry a stock of these boats at al
; manager. I. B. HILSOX.ALABAMA for assessors to make themselves popular with their constituents by low and thoroughly digested, because )i j times; !sizes : IS ft., 21 ft.. 25: ft.. \>

I t, '. valuation, as the Oregonian/ complains of. these tablets contain the natural, hand to be !shipped at a moment

and '1 The remedy for this condition i i., not far to cek.: For the present peptones and diastase which every You cannot atford to buy an unknown notice ; trial given to anyone wi-
veterans newspapers
weak stomach lacks and by !supplying '
to .
(iovernor Jemiing insistence that assessors shall their ing purchase.Liri'MAN
Cu!. perform sworn untried Bicycle, when
L i. are showering praises upon this want the stomach is soon you HKOHIIKKS.
because duty according to the plain letter of the law is the only means of relief. enabled to regain its natural tone i mlltf
t J. M. Falkner of Montgomery can get one of the three -tandards for :-i:1\'aIlUlh.: (0.
Fi j

I 'l, ,t I of his geuerous gift to the I". 'II .-- ........... ...."... ,, ....- and Htuart's vigor.Dyspepsia Tablets digest |; the same money All kinds of builder
( V. of tract of fine land near that : 4
C. a '
'I I r t:1 IIrj{lif'i' city; for a .soldiers' home. THE TOURISTS every meat eggs form, bread of flesh-forming and potatoes,food and I Columbia hardware; itt rock bottmi

I 11" rj I -- this is the reason th..y'o quickly prices at the inilin fat
," I a ilt Tnt :Sa: > anuah Morning News l I' build up, strengthen and invigoratethin Monarch,

.'il I l i t 'rt, ,1 Lew disapproves legal: holiday the:project in Georgia for making, declaring ''' BASKET\ PICNICThe children Invalids, dyspeptic and children men, women, even and the Crescent, ware SALVE

I J [I that the ten now designated most delicate, use them with marked I..4'11414'rlli ol" tin World. ,

11, i in that state are enough. Florida benefit/ as they contain no strong the most healing salva' in th. world.
Tourists Club of Pensacola I drugs, no cathartic Yon can't atlord to "pelldI101ll'Y
I has nine, besides the days appointed >: irritating nor !
for holding general elections, and ,i iI will enjoy a delightful basket picnic' POLITICIANS any harmful ingredient.htuart's patching old tires when you can gfta '
: t Dyspepsia Tablets i is the Tie Home
I at Magnolia BlulT tomorrow and j I I Happy V
I tl!, that is plenty. ]I they invite every visitor here from most successful and most widely pair of Morgan & 1Vri rht. I). T. ; ,

;. ,, i'1. THE movement to organize a large any state and all their Pensacola ;;;:';i;;;;;; ;;;::i::;;;;:;:;;;- "Zi iJ known troubles of because any remedy it n for the stomach most I put on for $;; tJII. furnished home. Ma rat,

company for the publication of friends to accompany them.A The signs of the times point to the reasonable and scientific of modern I'' New Jlicyclesfiom $12 I: to $7j.;; j- Quina can supply tj l;

i t'Clwolllook", advertised to culimnate ;special. train will leave the possibility of genial Robert McNa- medicine I Second-hand, from f.llii: to $II..V.I. with all needed in the
Union station: at h:11) a. sat. and return Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are
at Charleston on a recent day at 4 p. m. The round trip fare mee being a candidate for congress !sold by every druggist in the United I Lot tf (toi'd-hai! :d gunbeen of house furnishings at th

I'jI 'was not successful. Only four or will be only ly cent from Congressman Spark man's: district States and Canada as well as in
rented, almost lowest
j ij five persons were present at the f and the appearances are that Great Britain: at cents for complete away. prices, cash or cred
; A Poor Millionaire treatment. ;, Largest stock of Fishing Tackle
and the to
b 1 meeting project appears I the Tampa Herald, under its new i :
Nothing further i is required to cure SCHOOL
1.3telstarHd London becausehe M'I'I'I.n:
have been :abandoned.THE in ownership, will champion his cause. south of Baltimore.
could not digest his food Early any stomach trouble or to make : --
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i t shameful scene in the U. S.rlI u-e of Dr. King's New Life Pills I And. by the way, that is a -trong'ruml'lnathn thin nervous, dyspeptic people': Golf Repairing:, TENNIS PkA iFrsRestrung. .11 C, V. 1hnllll".ulI',. \". II H.IUIi'nUlos '
+ and well.
strong, plump ,
I, would have saved him. They that has secured .
Senators Tillman' control -
between I --
senate strengthen the stomach, aid dues- | of the Herald. The Jackson I Ile=idea the standard lines of httioniry ;
and McLaurm: dues not appear to i tion, promote assimilation improve ville :Metropolis says the new company Seven Years In Bed. j All kinds Lock, (;un, Revolver, we have, iu tint.. with :

have been cured by the curious I j I appetite. Price :!.",c. Money back if I I is composed of the following I "Will wonders ever cease' in-1 Bicycle, Typewriter and General vt'lol'es to match :
apologies fitted by the offending not sati-fied. bold by W. A. D'Alem-l well-known citizens of Tampa : A. quire the friends Mrs L. Pl'aeof | I Royal Crystal: Bond
'1 t1' '1 are till bTte. dru gi-t. Ul: South Palafox : J. Knight. chairman of County Commissioners Lawrence, Kan. They knew that Repairing Done. Hurd's Holland Bowl!.
Both in disgrace,
parties. street. I I ; Frank M. "ilUoutonsu- solicitor she had been unable to leave her bed Ladies' Art "ritalloutrv
;) and the senate owes it to its own of the criminal court; C. E. in even years on account of kidneyand Foreign Mail Etc.

dignity that they should not be let : 1KKMIN ('0. : I Worth, tax cell ctor; J. E. Crane, liver trouble, nervous prostration : <4'laterlll.: othro s

off even with a reprimand. : TO MhHI1: 3101.11'The president of the board of public instruction and general debility, !Jilt, '! F. B. Bmee plies, Mfiiioranunm Hook Kt
; D. J. Galvin, county rommissionei -Three bottles of Electric Bitters All new and bright.

I THE true enenuarj of the propo ,..) reduction stockholder meeting of the ; T. F. MtCall, harbormaster enabled me to walk" she writer,
mtiUKBrduliei would oe the bUKlif : ; (j. G. Clough, attorney, and "and in three months I felt like anew 15 8. Palafox. ,
; Pensacola Terminal and Electric "
I; I I triut. 1hat11onopulyeonsulnes the greatbulk two other county officials whose perNn.Jlnell suffering Castl or Credit / :: -
\ of tau sugar imported, and letiPed I Company and of the Escamhia names arere-erved. from Headache Backache, Nervousness furn;

.. ; boyar is nut to hI touched by tbe bent\o-t I Electric Light Company will take I -- ,I Sleeplessness, Melancholy, \\ture I Marston # IJUIlII/ '
F'aintingaud Dizzy Spells will findit
.1 lent patrons of futon, tbe Americnn public place next Monday afternoon, Hue Since the announcement tint Justice -
:M. H. a priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction are the lowest.
, would hate to pay as much for rellnedtugar I Mabry will not stand for
i meeting preceding the other. The is guaranteed by W. A.
re-election the of
! 1 as e\er. the trust pocketing the en- names Judge W.
: stockholders from P.altimore are expected D'Alemberte, 121! South Palafox
B. Yonn of
4 4' tlreamounl represents by the cut In the ;{ Jacksonville and Judge : \\/t n'lIur .Joints
to arrive here are !Slid
on Sunday
I t duty.-Ne Orleans PicavuneEven W. A. Rocker of Ocala are being : street. Only 5oc.
afternoon, and it is suidoineery :and muscles .
Ii. that the I foregoingstatement prominently mentioned as possible e your sore from
t supposing important contemplated improvements candidates for the place. On this Till<: WAY TO A KOSK <; AIIDKX. rheumatism, when jon '' ;
is correct, the failure of will come up for di"'ru-.ion subject the Tavares Herald says : .sprain a joint, strain your '
the people to realize due benefit trout and! action. Among the latter will!! "Whether or not Judge Young will Those who already know the man- brui-t' yoiir-elf. Painkiller *

the reduction would only be another ,: be the matter of electrifying them' accept we d<> not know, but thf're'coultJ ifold delights of rose culture, as wellas out thet-orene-Hand fix "p
steam dummy here leading to Fort : not be a better man nominated.He th. se who wish to know them, but ajilfy j i Always have it"w
the colllu of the trust
nail in sugar
liirraticas, and the of .
is have hitherto been and use it freelv.
; noted for the rapidity of his deterred by reason Avoid cu:
; : : The people have rights which e\en'' securing additional rolling stock.This work and he possesses a fine judi- of expense, will be interested in there i M but one Pamkilh ,

la\: the trusts will be made to respect, compuiy has an application for I cial mind." the latest plan developed by the veteran Dm-. Price -.'''c. anti ijuc,

y and their day of deliverance from ctrtiiin privileges now with the city And the Tampa Herald says; rose /growers!, The bingee &
i council, and the allowance of the
'I "The announcement i u made that Conard Co., West (grove, I'enua vneTOn: .
: the despotism of the trusts is ta'lrlt franchi-es asked for will be a broad I Hon. W. A. Rocker, of Ocala, will This firm grows nearly a million rose ** Sean the He Kr.d, Yca Halll A A.: r. .'1dgnetnre

hand. eucourazemeuttothe early coiner- be a candidate. This will be pleasing pi.Kits annually. They: have for-ale *
f. sion of the steam line to electric !
an I d
I. news to many people in this section over one thousand different varieties. tf
> V SOME da-y ago TH t: X r ws called line. of the state by whom the gentleman Among these are many really High Living
---- ----
attention to the folly of exposition i is; held in the highest esteem: great nine+, combining beauty of1 I
That Will Do You Foiey's
\f managers in expecting proper advertisement I Something Good. as a jurist and gentleman. He will form richness of coloring, freedom !j is i possible.jw cost our Kidney Cure
; t We kll'Hf no way in which we have of bloom, and hardiness.' D. & patron; nukes
a C.
I I of such enterprises by very strong and enthusiasticsupport i iHo.t's ;are particularly well fed, yet none kidneys and bUddcr ri2.t..AT. !: .
.; ;I : 'I can be of more service to our readers : in all of South: Florida, and are already widely famous, I,could be accused of
;, 'n I rely ing upon the generosity of the than to tell them of somethingthat especially in this county. but to still further extend their i much money on the "inner pending ton'

) ;t!j press The Mobile Register, about will be of real good to them. -- --- --- fame, a wonderfully liberal otter i is .\V man. .:+-
I editorial Fur this reason we want to acquaint: now made: 10 I). & C. Hoses, $1.uo.
j I the same time, published an Now is a good time to begin taking
If:d ;: I them with what we consider one of Hood's These ro-es are all different kinds, ;i'no I 111 20th
; i the subject from which we Sarsaparilla, the medicine ; CelltllryHe1tg111Callt.x
f on
, ; best remedies the .
11 4. I very on market that ilean-es the blood and clears two colors alike-and are propel
1 :; I make the following extracts: for coughs, colds, and that complexion. ly labeled. They will bloom profusely t

\ :I4..i, The barlebtun exposition it to home ..x. alarmine cotupl llt, croup. We r?- -- -- this, year and continue ;: { KICK'SRestaurant
d\'irtt' it It-ill"nmstinK eelneFS upon tbe df- I fer to Chamberlain's Cough HpIIlP- throughout; the season. Strong; wt'1l1,,
C l I dy. We have ed it with such good A GUSHER STRUCK! rooted plants, on their own roots I i excellent meals are served at

II'ailverttsing:, results in our family so long that it at the Big Furniture House 20! and not .slip. The collection is pent, a very reasonable: price.
. .I14'i J I f burraudihehurauhat, Il1't'u't'ry aoti\e has become a household necessity. I 22 West Government treet. If you postage paid, to any part of the '". I The fond is of the finest quality :
J j, In seuditig out rcHrtu.K matter shout the Hy its prompt use we haven't any fail to get a M usher of your own, it is S., and colonies satisfaction and | well conked and well-eru-d.) Dining/
It' "' fipotiilion and pioiureH ili-pla-liig the doubt but that it has time and again j your fault. We will gush the furniture safe art i ival guaranteed. It is a great I room is well appointed und comfort

r1; .. 1'I ,','I', beauties of the bow ; but the pres1) of the prevented croup. The testimony is ] nut your house at unheard of opportunity for rose lovers. I I able I[ !
11 !> a I' I count lias been rxoected to give tpaeufjr I, given upon our own experience, and j low prices: \\' have plenty of it in The aid" annual edition of The Pt"ne71..
#. ; it t uotbint!, nderli&inK fnltrtAinment Iuwbirbit we suggest that our readers e.pe-I all ..I ':f'frum the finest to the Dingee & Conard Co.'s New Ouide i I
'hili 'rl :. I bas uotbulgbut a patriotic Interest ci Illy tho-e who have small cheape-t. Yours for bargains, 0. M. to hose Culture, the leading ro-e I Pearl & Nicolau,

L !!, J 1, and tbat not of the fervent LI in!. The dren, always; keep it in their hones 1 Pryor. catalogue of America, is sent free ,
d 1.u..rsand circulars hate out, therefore. as a safeguard aganisf croup. both to purchasers of the above collection 216 S. Palafox rit.
rl '
tf I I!t : rKfltra1 much attentioulrom the ueKupa-i! dEui.. C.1) .Me-ent-er.For sale by :alldruggists IUIIK 1.CEFnI.UI: : : l and to others on reque-t. 11 '

e I, : pt'n and medicine dealers. describes all the famous D.\: C. Hoses -

tir I i I Tbl is an aJ l'rU-lIIg age, and alvertis-! Ten thousand dollars worth of diimouds \ imi LICK and all other Mowers\ wtrthprrowinir. Tnt CLUTTKIt: Ml'MC 1I0l' I-: Oysters in all styles'
i : I\IUt b< >,tematic and in the properpUcean11111" ;\ j I
loa now on The British bark Lancffleld of I (
I tbt'r"l\r.. di-play at :Stephens, Incorporated.11VE
tonlllr>s newt-
: the diamond dealer. Call and examine Moneton, N. R. orders promptlYfilled
Capt. Grant which
r'I ltl paper publishers upon the board of iharJtittOQ them. It Ilf<|uirP" Spur. ARE OFFERING EXTRA

l t );' I I JlUUII'lt'rs. w'" ll0 not understand -- -_. .. -- left Pensacold Dec. 31, boand to Buenos to stand: the train of nervousrak'i.i ne 1- I INDUCEMENTS TO PfR- !
: 1 1 I why lhe consented to trust 10 haphazard Ayres, put into Harbadoes Feb CHASERS OF
I : F. B. Bruce will send an pains m tke face head or any'part
'p(l: a! I I"b lOUl'rI."lnslt'n.1 of ItKitfmato; adrertlslog. i mechanic to your re-idence or expert otlice I ruary 24! leaking;:: On the voya"e ..f the body. These pains are Best the market

\!. 4 1 q i _- __ --- and do any kind of luck key trunk she was compelled to jettison her quickly stopped by the use of Perry | PIKNOSThey
',' or door wok you need ; call phone deck load and a portion of her cargo. Davis Painkiller. The relief is mi. : have over three affords !
; Flood carload;
A Raging, Roaring 3H. ------ mediate and of
latiugD. ) not suffer I.New Upright Pianos
to select
,1-1\ I. Washed down a telegraph line - Stepped Into Live Coals. a moment longer but u.e the Painkiller 'The Old Favorites "]{HAXICH from Private parlor for
which Chd C. Ellis, of Lisbon, Ia., Don't miss the bargains that are a- directed. Avoid substitutes MACH" "Lester" &
.. r.. ; I had to repair. Standing waist being otfered in furniture at the "When a child I burned my foot there is. but one Pa'nkiller Pianos are shown in and "Singer" dinner parties.
deer in icy water" he write, "gaveinea Swell Furniture Hou-e. :2o I and 2:.' frightfully" writes W. H. Ead, of Perry Davis'. Price fic.: and 5Uc.OA.STQRIA. !styles and woods profusion-all -
r't'I'I i West Jem e.ville to select from. In 1- -
I terrible cold and cough. It Government Va.. "which caused horrible -- --- -- Piano Players -
they have the
q the best leg sore for :\) Famous
daily. Finally j ears, but Hucklen'
' I I grew worse I CROWN PIANO
.j I II doctors m Oakland. Neb., Sioux :; Arnica Salve wholly cured me Bean the Ira K.",d T>J Naie lUavs; 8c:;i ,ORCHESTRAL, a and whole ANGELUS orchestra Mobile Oysters
after "
Omaha said I had everythingelsrfailed. Fnfal I
: City and con-I at the
'j t and could not live. ConstipationHeadache I lible for hums Scalds, Cuts, Sores, Pagatftsre :, command of anyone-no OFriVEalTANY:
I Miuiriou knowledge of
J \I f I usieg Dr. King's New DHcoverv Jrui.l' and Piles fold by W. A lc y ,exhibition music rE'quired.n I PART ".' HIE <'IfV.
i 1 i I.jl I began cured ,biliousness heartburn, indl. D'Alemberte 121 :South' every day. Also the
wholly by !MXbottle" Palafox
1 II' and wa I bt., Celebrated: FINE FRUIT.TJIE .
; j I !, ." Positively guaranteed for gestion, and all liver ills are cured b; 2i>C. Parlor \ "Apollo" and "Cecilian" 1
: i piano .
NEW STYLES player* All of the
m all Throat and : instruments I
: Coughs, Colds and Bedroom will be sold UNION[ RESTAURANT
I !
\V. A. Hood's Pills 1 I \ on easy payments -
I, \ l Lung troubles by D'Alem-1 will repair your watches and if desired. Call
early for
I! berte. 121 South Palafox Jewelry in first-class style. J. I I Furniture at MCJ-S-i first choice.
Frank L. Wilde
iHI'et'l Sold all
I 5Uc.I by druggist 25 cent. Stephens. ,
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...... 'fJ.... .. l- I I ton $ Quina's. I I THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. Proprietor, Oppoi.te; Union Depot.


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All the Year Round ..;
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Specialty. i : .,
I I II I Tw. grow annually nearly a million rose pl uts.In tlnr a .
-- REPORTED Local lort-c.' for Fentafola and rinnUy: 4 : thousand varteltt.. Among tbw*are son*really prvni= vinvtiM.I
WHITE Partly cloudy toidgltt; Thurnlag rum; frttkwttltraft I A report became current this From these we|have made a i'lrtioii..bleb e"mM.I"tfO<&IMt l lf
R. K. triads, i1lrrtasilg.tl.'imulII tempera f beauty ol color,form and bArdw-.waGr..aITrial('oUertiolU 1
morning that oil had been struck at

'iiI!' hllljll.tr! Manufacturing Jeweler I : Cure hours ytslerJag, Ij.The tttgrtei; miHimvm in Itut 2-1'' the well at Bayou Grande, and that 16 D. & C. ROSES $1.00 I ;

;,il l Cra-liutf.: Optician, The jewelry store of A. Wade & ;: members of B will the fluid was flowing freely. This Thews row will bloom prortu sly this year. aDd continuetlirourflioui
Battery the -' All different undo,no two color*
i Bon, 21)9 East Government street, I I rumor was denied by Mr. Hooton labeled, well roott-d plants un their n
the for
,". r.tarol "I Pn"rol., Iii i meet at armory tonight practice alike properly strong
was broken open about o'clock this I 1 drill. when asked about tbe matter, who own rooui-not eU,.. ""'nt postpaid to any aiMntd. Satuifaction -
end _f' rn.ol guaranteed. (lrde r bonked at
-- 'morning, and after rummaging stated that an accident had occurred 1 any time,and for anlcd at the proper planting e, *>nor
ALARM. i The steamship Margareta has finished '
A NIGHT wherein about 15 joints of piping when you may direct. *
I about for some time the burglar left, her charter with the Gulf had been temporarily lost and bad FREE with mrroriliT fur IIIP above. the great rv KM. t rll..
than an alum of fire at Mama('....rl.a.tie of Ih.IU..I..*.md>mum fell rood fur ]
the brassy croup, which | taking with him two silver watchcases 'I I Transit Company in the shipment of to be recovered before drilling could too-lit*on n tt.rra'ufeil"MI aw'tme.fen'.aaa lM,a4.er' t )

,ike the children's death i a large army revolver and i coal to Tampico. resumed. The pipe was drawnup tbrnrat IkcSSJ. 114.x.l.Edltl..rtl.r.-uII'ho.t.aro.a.Jdr"hn At.telaeteR..eCall.re .
I and drilling 1 oar ...... .- .I.tt other flower*orth gnmmit-
1 It means death unless about a dozen pennies. With the Although the month of February was being pushed with .,,". at IT for the a""" ,". Alu Trr.. rr *-
this morning. The small "search" l ,. .l. A.k for it.
j H dour quickly. Foley'si is rather short, the exports to for- /
Ii .
exception of the latter, the rest of pipe has 1100 EttablUhrd 1.60. TO eree.i..ea.THE
now penetrated over
i Tar never falls to give eign ports this month has climbed OINGEE CONARD CO.,
..f and quickly cures the the plunder was recovered this to near the million mark. feet, and the assurance is held out West Grose Penni., 1

.* of croup. Mrs. P. L. morning a few doors east of the I that ''something"will be found be- U.S.A. ..+ ;tie 4at'
Three train loads of timber ar- fore many moons.
ManniiiKton, Ky., writes: of
scene rebbery. 'rived at Muscogee wharf yesterday! .

vear the old doctor girl had aid a severe she With his accustomed generosity, I for Baars Dunwody & Co., from the Driving Out the Enemy. IF YOU BUY THEM AT THE
\\-\v. I got a bottle of the burglar, after boring 18 holes i Berry mills at Poley, Ala. These are the days of colds, sharp

M wry" and Tar the first! and removing the lock of the front I The steamship "Manchester Cor- and sudden attacking throat and I

i tick relief and saved her i door, left a brace and bit chisel anda poration," a new trader at this port, [, lungs, and leading to consequencesone !
i 1't' .ubtitutes. W. A. of I is due next month to be loaded for i does not like to think about. Boston Shoe Store
pair nippers, which were I
I Avoid further and
". 1\1": I'aUfox. Manchester and Runcorn by the Gulf exposure fight
taken in charge by the police and Transit company. j jI I the enemy of health and comfort ,

added to the already large stock i with Perry Davis' Painkiller the
: \llflDCl' by buying held at the police station. The tools I Fifty cars of timber were unloaded I family stand-by for sixty ;years. It THEY ARE GOOD !

\1 \ \ your jitrni- are marked with an arrow brand, I;: into the boom from Muscogee I'conquers a cold in a day. See that
identical with those recovered :, wharf yesterday. This is the largest you get the right article. There is
i' Mar at on j' Quinn'sFurniture at day's work In unloading timber that j' but one Painkiller Perry Davis'.
recent burglaries. The tools ,
Empo- held at the} station for identification are- I was ever known at that wharf. I I',I IH5TtlUnm! ANISQUlSITI1'E A Few Mum O[elect Below of Fine Footwear.

as! they are thought to have The freight steamer Captain :Fritz I
been stolen, and the owner can have arrived this morning from Choctaw-!I INDIVIDUAL
same by proving his property.The 'hatchee and went up to Baylen. y
-/// the winter winds- burglary, when discoveredthis wharf to take on a cargo of general I I About midnight last nk'ht a gentleman OUT AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES: :

morning, amazed the merchandise for her <
police return
window glass and authorities trip.
Ir when old Yates
as at 2 o'clock this morning ::; LADIES : ( ,f
."nithe"t\\ Hard' the moon was bright, and Magnolia Blutl is being fixed up in store and bar on West Zarragossa
very an up-to-date style for summer i Lot 7779-Lisrht Sole Lace Shoe, Stock Tip,Regular Price, SI.75, now ?!I.3u
the dour heard noise
as was right on the sidewalk | street a rummaging
f / The i is !, Pat. Leather Lace and Heel
amusement. pavilion being Jbii0-Cloth'fop, Button and Spring !
the ingenious fellow who
remodeled and the wharf has already i among the burned debris, at>>d when Heel Regular Price $UW, n .. H.:5
seems to have no fear of detection, been repaired. It is the in-! opposite the wreck a man, thought 77bl-:stock Tip Extenion3011': Vice, a Nice Walking Shoe, regular
-tifth worked awaand forced the
Century Medicine. door i to have been a was seen to
tention of the Petiracola Concert j negro price $2.00, )\\.M
i ', ::1 'atliartic are as The open after the lock he was removed. baud to give regular weekly concerts i I jdash toward Main street and disap- 3407J only reason why got no more
What the of the
peared. object
there. j .. .
# t lot)
i it! ami
< ni ji I'liisuns; cash was that there had been none prowler's visit was can: only be sur-

i1: ': eii i trio light oft left in the store.It The quarantine investigating; com- mised. ,h 'MEN'S' If,,
was evident that he was after mittee held executive-p-sioii last .:v \l'
;"-h'ulc': >>!jin]>eli l ---
ca-h alone as the fine for the of discu i .. /Subscribe the NEWS lOc I
piecesof to
many night purpose -ing rer
: > i id I iu Luk.11: 42 Pair )Il'n''ici Kid\ BaU. Medium Toe and olid Leather at ..$I.IS
jewelry all sides werelelt un the te-timony and arranging: the future I
I ,, week. Sb Pairs Men's Vici i Kid HaN., Plain Globe Toe\ .$I.H
touched. He did take HIP two proceedings. A subcommitteewas
I mm mim immmammmmm m Our Victory Line of Men's Work Shoes, all /Solid Leatherand.l'ort-- t
watch cases but disposed of them created to conduct A portion of -
ed at. :
ifrly give Koley's before he had one 25 yard4. the work and the committee ad- DO NOT SUFFER Shapes they go $1.35

I i'! '" their children fur The tearing of the wood by the journed subject to call. ,; YOURS FOR FINE FOOT (SEAR.I .

,1f"r f was heard by a lady
t I it contains nor auger young
< ;>II.OIH.V.| A. living just across the street but she The pay car, which passed throughthe any longer from stomach, liver and

P"I.f"x. said today she was very much frightened city Monday: momma returned bowel complaints\ when Hotelier's t Shot A hn I H. G Gr him
from River: J
yesterday evening unction ;
She saw and the could fellow not give; he walked the alarm.to- whither it had gone to distril- Stomach battle today Bitters and will be cure convinced.you. Geta It I ,S in m I o i.,

ward Alcaniz street on the south ute compensation! to the faithful employer ], will bring health to, every sufferer.
side of Government and said he on the division. The car in Try it for DYSTKI-SIA, iNDIESTitN" I 117 1 B. Palafox Street.Everybody .
charge of a special engine left this
> eemed perfectly at ease. A dog; ('OSSTIPATIINNagl'OUSNES5Or: : INSOMNIA '
P a af. LG0nr nearby made such a noise that it i is morning: for Alabama pl' nB. The and you will not be disap- I
thought the thief abandoned the effects of its visit here was appa- i! pointed. The genuine must have of has a ristit to a little Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
la piece this earth. But they must
work before he was ready to leave. rent on the streets >t night. ;, our PRIVATE STAMP over the neck the leading Real Estate: Agents, take
I fight for it. They must watch their
Judge Frank Maura was awakenedby Notwithstanding the disappointment i of the bottle. i chance to get it, and get it. all the worry oil the shoulders of the

the dog barking, but when he got of numerous theatre patrons in Thos. C. Watson & Co. owners of property, manage the
up he could see nothing. not finding street cars to convey HOSTETTER'SStomach renting of their houses and the collection 1- ,
1 have some particularly fine bargains
-- t them home after the performance | of their rents as conscientiously -
A '. 1 ''to offer just now, and they invite I
lIotJtIht Iturglary last night, which was: doubtless unavoidable as they would themselves

Victor Serquest: was before the ', the management of the you to come and investigate same. Their charges are very rp nuable. I
You will done
I never regret having
Kobson have been assured Bitters4LGREATER
company '
police, of court this morning on a that the cars will be in waiting at so. Try THK\ NEWS.: :lO cents! per week
i1 1 ir.'e being dangerou.3erquest:
the Government street croa'iud tonight -
-luifesstd to having kicked a door -- -- ---- .
1 and in the future.
pen in Pfeitfer's Alley yesterday

morning ', taking therefrom a clock, I' The teachers in the Presbyterian REDUCTIONSBRHMNER'S

;and taking: the timepiece to a saloon Sunday school met in regular weekly \ !

t t.i\viif-j: it for i.l1 I cents" getting 35iiits ; conference last night; at the resi-
{ sSa "' in ca-h and 15 cents worth of I deuce of Mr. William Fisher, cornerof 0 .-- 11T .o

w n-key. He endeavored to placat I Palafox and Gregory treet,. Ia Ii f

in- act by saying he had gone into ;Matters appertaining to the religious ;

the wrong house by mistake: This training young minds were discussed i :

> jopt excu-e did not go with the mayor among other thing, and I

and he was bound over to the county general good meeting was had., I

'uithorities.: A warrant was imme- These sessions are becoming very

I 1- always insured if yoij h eve :a itelyerved: upon him by the con- popular of late, and the one of last For the Next Ten Days '(

table.: night was well attended. Another
CJ- meeting wi'l be held next week.It o====-===-= =- ====-;;:-_ _0 !
: a I5 1adlatoI. TO ICE CONSUMERS. is daily occurrence with every

( The experience of past seasons has conductor on the electric cars to> i Having Finished Taking Stock, we ji/llllots of Odds and Ends in all departments ;

i I. your house, always ready proved to the be present unsatisfactory system of ice to the delivery who have do some not difficulty or will not with, understand person|I'' and in order to Close these Out and make room for XESP11IXG\\ GOODS :

"-t.. ii", dirt i"i-moke orhi ruu-umer as well as to the dealer. the new transfer regulations, which!:1 to Arrive Soon, we quote prices below tlutlll'illllWL'P. them at Oil cr. i

I :, very (",'Id: 1 wt-.ither The consumer will readily under- have been in force since January: 15. I,
stacd that it i is a very dillicult task It is demanded that transfers be requested
,>', it IIi'r the for the ice man to remember the at the time of paying fare? : wed) yards Outing Flannel, worth I l.WO yards Fancy Calico, worth.;i i5c. 14 Pairs H'iyt.-.slu| 1 Leather 1bt! +f'tt, ,

t'I.i ..1\...- "II', |hut the _'/1; exact amount to be charged a customer and unless the regulations are strict ,, !Sc., to close" at 5c. yard. ., to close at 4c. yard. worth $Ia,',. our price flan

u i"i i- aUay.ife.. -nreI after a day of large ice sales. ly observed a double fare will bti 3 '' IOtNyards) Outing Flannel, worth I J.IHH) yards Red and Navy Blue I, W Pairs Hoy' Solid Lath Sboe.s,

I l it tillWe -ell na. The result i is, that dealer renders i exacted. The conductor have a i'' 10c., to close at 7'sC. Calicoes, warranted fast, 4'sc.' yard. finer quality, worth $1 1 7", our price
hill at end of month which is often i hard effort to keep their tempe r I A good assortment of Dress! Goods I IOU Boys' Single and Doublf'- : U.:!ii. I
ii: i''i- it -i: im I tnd I
up. found to be incorrect. To remedvthi in desirable colors i in plain and I 72: Pairs lloya' New Orled, ..
when obstinate passengers get saucy.1 Breasted Suite, worth U.oO< ) to $l.25; Cable
defect, the ice dealers have The afternoon train, due at :j I fancy, worth 25c., Hoc.,75c.' and $1J;( to close at jijc. and hoc.; suit. I'crt'wed:111114': ;. .UK 2 to 6, worth
the ticket I to close at 15c., 3c.: oOc. and i5c.o $I.FAour>
agreed to or prier $l:o.
'eosacola: (;las Cot adopt coupon o'clock i is rarely on time and per" 'yard. 75 Boys' Doubled-Hreasted Suits, :
; system entirely, and cease: making takes them t-Il'air. Child's Shoe f to SnlM) /
daily charge- sons whose business t All ftf our Toe. });ilk Velvets to worth $l..rj( and $2.tjij::? to close at Leather, worth $l.nonur f I
the most invariably telephone 1.15 and I 35 prictl"C.
depot f fl suit.
? close at 50c.
'I ( S. PaUfox St., Pensacola. Fli Coupon books or tickets will h ', to see "how late is the train todayYeterday / I 4S fairs Mies' Shoe*. 4 to I 12, I
I lot of Silk Remnants at half- :he) BoyIoubledBreasted
furnished !Jthe driver whether afternoon was no t'xct-p- ; and i Solid Leather worth 1.2.1; our prie
price. Three-Piece Suits, worth $3Ni: > *. I :
you pay cash or not. If sold on 1 to T5f ,
credit, consumer will be requestedto tion hours, the behind train the arriving schedule nearly time, anc tw? I lot of yard-wide Percale, worth $Vjll, to close at $2 25 to fj.-: ;5 suit. o'- Pairs ;Mis-e..- :Shim. lt: to :X,

sign receipt for same.: The! coupon number of '110c., to close at i'c. yard. We carry .1 full line of Men's worth $l."iil I, our price yc.
bringing quite a pissed" IM.Tyards 4-4 Bleached Domestic Suits, from J4.0 to $10.00, to close You
*, same as ticket, call for ice i iauv iu atM should look
1 Peinacok, at our line of
'. amount to suit customer. ger,*. The delay to the ,1. no .starch, at 4c.. yard. per cent discount. Children's Fine {shots.P. .
USE[ NOTHING ij BUT 1 train is caused by waiting on th
The price of ice will be the sameas I southbound train on the main line --- ---

it was the pa-t year to users of' which is daily delayed by the heavj;
coupons books or tickets, but the!I snowstorms now prevalent in th e, E. PAWNEE'S ONE-PRICE+ CASH
ca-h price for ice will be at the rate North. HOUSE+ i

of 4o cents per Its pounds, whether; ,
taken in lui pound lots or not. Thi.rai..e .[ The Hobson Theatre Company: : t tO:: SOUTH PALAFOX STIEET.-
) of five cents to cash customersu played "Hoanoke" last night to :i : )

fug 1UO pounds N not made in the, good house, and. wasbetter if such a tiling bposibleeveryone el---- I'

spirit of extortion, but to protect'deiler [ plea"e s sas252 ,
from misrepresentation onl ]I; than they were with the initial per r
formance. This is one of the bes
art of driver. The consumer can,I
( still obtain old rate by purchaiugMckets. popular price companies ou the road t .
The dealer have nodeireto I and the manager announced las t
\ eight that if anyone wa uot please<
rai-e pricebut want customer's
I to purchase books o- tickets. with their plays after seeing lh iI (-
\ Kiev could net their money back a t 11 j
1 In case customers wili ice andc I I 1
the box office The ;Man From Ja
innot be at home at time of deli v' ttr525 -I
pan a farce comedy with a laugh: i ii:n
BRANDy they are requested to
; cry t'VUlint'. will h. the bill for toni'ht.
\ near refrigerator calling) foi r '
i .

I : amount Tl'is ystem.of ice .desired.which will jro intcetlect j Next Saturday i is ChildiHi's Di;y i SZtZS252525 II'

y : March I. we think will dc i at the Honda Chautauqua: at. IiI e -

r w m away with the abuses of the past ill(1 I Fuuiak, and the large-t crowd I'', .

ir"B M t consumer will work to and the dealer mutual, and benefit we hop ol<
with ". L. A N. will Tne railroai other kinds of
for your hearty co-operation uPENSA1'OLA provide. goods, they are pretty sure to come to the conclusion )
crush o u
GROCER mn IT : ICK DELIVERY Co., company anticipate a great .

W.S.:: GAKHKI.H& Co., thai date and have made ampl that our store is the proper place to buy them
T IS iBiOLUTELY PURE THOMPSON.: OI.: EX" & Co. preparations to handle greii i
Jlifeb4t crowd. The baseball enthu-iast 1 t,

will be delighted tt> know that a In:>
te We offer our Entire Line of HihCol.red'eni! A Full Line of
of ball will be played on th Colored lnn Liun at J", :a ad (lie
t'l.MKK LIST HOKII Cloth: regular 75c value 1 for t7'.c.Jueen a
''Jctored in Pensacola diamond at DeFuniak in the aftei r. tian peryard. i ice
" STATE CO.NFKKKNCFThe : '' from that plae j
between team
noon Fashion has declared that our line ofilk:
t .
th and one made up of Peusacoli.ius.NAVAlTsTToKKS I
t \ I'niversali-t State Conferenci Bengalines, Crepe Cloths, Silk Foulards and Linen Se)1'Ieces 1.1 lVrcal I I li jc per yartJ. 01

, Buffalo IWfg. Co. will convene iu this city next S: :itur_ MARKET Dress. Goods !shall reign supreme for I'pringWear.. i "il Pieces I
I 4 percale* ll'; ..c t.r yard
I. day i March 1st > at the Universalis t Ueportcd Dal1y--; The News Ii"3 We call attention to our Silk Taffetas at ;jI) cents I

-- ---.------- church on Eat Chase street, con. Union Naval Stores Co. per yard The-e are nit the ordinary |i, and III.e' i'etow "'

, tinuiug three days. The followins'f BORIS. ': but have _
the Celebrated been
We are exclusive agentfor Win. bought direct from :a/ni ofturers. tletiufah

mini-ters will be in attendance: .... .. ....... s'H ... "f K: ', Call to Ihem. 4 1"
J-o_ ... .. .... :a *i Ii i: ; Anderson Scotch Gingham. see
s 3 Every Woman llev. Q. H. Shinn, D. D., of BotonMass. ,. .. .. ". :yS::> K .... t s sOur f 1
_ > .; Kev. F. L. Leavitt of Brew. .. .. .:: .. I .1
; a Ittrrretr.tau.Iahoatdknuw... .. ; f .... -Hg: f, 1 wtt
al uttI.e undrrfulI. Hev. Ii. Ambler of De
A. Ala. "
, .'': e ) \HRHL\\hirlingSprcJY., ton Funiak Spring; The public is inns ,,...:"' : I 75 C .t:.below 1:5': Milliner will arrive on the first, having purchased the r rf

'-" ,, + ..11" ,rw. ,II\!.I..Igda.e.." '. .,,"" /r1J-r.......r.1. cordi'illy invited to attend the-e dPIYIT8TnaPENTt.r-i. ..: :

,< -.;- -' ;00. -. rrt \1..1....'.1'....uu Itld011" nenl.t ,.. -ervices. Seals free.- --- Scissors, shears, pockts >t Finest Line of Millinery Ever Brought to Pi-nsarolu.! ; t-: ;

.; ,
,. andtable cutlery oftkeser/,
; stove pipe leak #
) If your
,t t I ,: .r t,. smoke buy new joints am best makes at the lowe\tI :. In i iEetf

-ra-n,..I I'.?..rn iau It el Ior t\1'jI,.<.In.iN? elbows, from the rr" lli,s prices, at the Willis Hare I- 43W. j. & B. FORBES; ,

tile, I:!Idg.! Nrat.; or... Hardware Co. ware Co's. I

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:ri: "' ."...., \- ...... ,_ T:.'...".. :..., .."iT'J'W.?" & ", ;-, 1-<'V\; '" ... ; _W" ..,_., "'l'cw .,< J' <" ".-tk I )>1'\t."" :"",, .j.- .Il .f ...,.:'....'. .. .>. ''1IJ.< 'N -! .... ,""',.- -- ....- ...... .

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''J i. II'1' \\1 BOOMING- CANNONS. Pretty- ALABAMA ..COALP -,.

i.i .1' l"ertUt of MM 000 Ton
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; I' 111'; "! I ;ha", At*

.,1 t' Children er. .. .' ,
\, (!:II.;ti German Vilitor Landson I.' r a I" !the,e ..'M.IJI''"' .
'1 [C I D' American Soil *. We hare three children. Before the "" i I.' M 1' t__h'

SI.1"1 I.. ,
wife uv:J four: bet f
I I birth of the last one my .
) Des Of :MOTHER'S FRIE! It prevents pneumonia and A GREAT OVATION EXTENDED pr.ni. f r .f!. tai \p,
I consump- ( pictures of our children you coulJ see ii ,

: P f i I I tion, strengthens the lungs and cures :! Nation's Guest snd His Party Receivj I a Is glance healthiest that prettiest the last and one b-\ 'fI1t1>ll. (lOi't.. 1'1, abln". -f UMW '

la and its after effects. j ed With Appropriate Ceremonies. flnest-tooKlnjroftncraall.\ \ \W t. : Ti {ian
grippe .
"i ; 1; My wife tilr.ks Mother's ';; "
J \ !' After Brief Stay In Metropolis; t .
, I IJ Friend I is the i iisiwi. a

l'I I.! :' Prince Leaves for Washington.New anJ grandest grealCSl1d i I i. -e' : .i U F

..I! t 1 I .' 'f ....
i it ii It immediately relieves the spasms of York Feb. 21.-The arrival! of remedy In :
iI word: fur tXrcet'I.
It HONEY .and Prince Henry yesterday morning was ant rno'.h,rs.Writuntj .". : :i I-
!. I : 2 croup and whooping cough an event far removed from the ordi !: a Kentucky % % '" '

I\f! effects nary. Cannons boomed out their Attorn y-at \ t \\ I n'a" It it.
: : a speedy cure
thundering salutes whistles; trout every -Law. .. II!,. Iprl.a,.
t'l !i' tII.I, ; steam craft in the harbor shrieked ",, ,,' ,'1' the p ,

I sit; \ their welcome and the shouts and u,. 11< .ul I> Iwtnwrt "

) i s I I; 1.1, It is pleasant to take and at once din of hundreds of thousands on the III U OTHER\S .

AND piers added to the great reception to

fl'; jlii 3 produces a soothing and strengthen America of the official representativeof prevents nine-tenths of (hi Fatally l ) Aaey t
: the German kaiser. F f8lE Htrtiiinith m I

I' ing effect on the lungs. After a trip across the ocean beset U TheincIJentcomlagtomothcrchili'l fill (rum l'.ii''i,. sat.
F Small'who had t "
j by storm and attended by terrific disposition: and temrer remain unruffkJ

: weather the Kron Prinz Wilhelm throughout the ordeal, because this relaxing a t-.I. r In tlw Ina I <

)i reached yesterday morning. The ft:1:1 a< r..,,,. a i in utn! .
: liniment relieves the
: il;1 penetrating;
:I TAR It contains no opiates or other poisons I sunlight had kindled into glory the usual distress. A gooU-naturc mothct ting >11'| III ..H) a,1 i \.s. -

1 tall buildings and spires of New York. Is rrettysuretohaveagood-natarcJchIht: that h< nonol "I.t.The ," ,

: I \ I 4 and can be given with safety to Flags from every staff in the city and I patient is kept In a strong;, health 10n'Mother's

: children and delicate t in the harbor fluttered in the early condition, which the child: also s
< 't I I th."J
1 persons
I ,
morning breeze. The bay was filled i Friend takes a wife through ? 1 .

with ships and tugs and off the forts )I crisis I quickly I and almost painlessly.: D '.JU.IIII Inrrt .
,' t& | :'j'11if. where the shore batteries were firing | assists In her rapid recovery and want fl.". w 1",.i V>u till: I I..t.Wf. 'I t Mr i4k ,,||t n N.10,. f AAr

: I It contains no harsh expectorants to lay the United States special fleet of off the dangers that so often follow de'I. .' lire w.sY ,.,... a {
in I Ion I'M '.
'at. tOU
is war vessels, their big guns belching; livery. 'Urrd t'n A d.dt'aI5.' .!. > : -.. 9

IIi 4 ; i i'' I aHousehold 5 shin the lungs or astringents to dry with flame and smoke and drowning Sold by druggists tor }I a boltit I aFslkLY,! iii a..tU: "tlU_t.o_, *r.gv t t (NW. \i.

't the report of the smaller salutes THE BRADFICLD REGULATOR OXATLANTA. : -. _

i. i f the secretions and cause constipation. j Prince Henry stood erect and at atI 0*.

71 ; i I tention on the bridge of the big oceanI Send for oar free liiuMrrel book .ritu. M. Wit I JAMS I .

(: I liner. Attending him was his staff and : up.I foreipeitui uioUitrt.Foley's .

Favorite suite of gorgeously attired men. They, I GiJNIRACID AND BUILDER,

p: i It quickly stops coughing, tickling in I too were at attention as the salutes |
Tar K 'Iii, itc Pr.iinjitly K"" ri. ,r 1Hull.
were fired. I Honey and
\ the throat difficult and
6 breathing ,, Triumphantly the Kron Prinze rode torchlldren.safe.sure. A'u opiates. .n ." .f I K ) I.

m into_. the___ hay _and n.. through thp line nf ,
r. : pain in the chest and lungs. : '
welcoming craft and entered the slip'

: Everywhere at Recreation Pier at the rest foot of.
., Thirty-fourth street

I I', t+H I i (q E It will cure consumption and asthma I Prince Henry disembarked at 12:15: I
| p. m. and was met at the bottom of

1( ; i i' l 1'1. 7 in the early stages and ,give comfort I the Hohenzollern's Haudissin. commander gang plank of by Admiral the- I IIlohenzollern Ii : SAVES LIFE

t', t i :\\f I ForCOUGHS and relief in the most hopeless cases i and his officers.t W'HUM, III A.C<.1 !I".
I t The first caller to arrive after he I WM In had h'.lth tau pniif eat <... ul a <
'II fit upln bl (orlo rwrk When Isi.anel <
'1 i had boarded the Hohenzollern was my ch.... dir l. Wbro I hrata. W a.t., I
4, General Brooke. U. S. A., accompanied felt K) wrtk and bat each terribles, i I y
i hack and bl'''. I bfc I I by two aides. Admiral Barker and his .
the .omh. 1 alto b.4ky*'.r'.I.f* I
COLDS CROUP BRONCHITIS ': aide. Captain \Ves. representing the ""u in a bad condition wbm I r. 10..1. .
"I.aotf: KirthUr Atnsnar tn.1 r. 11.1' a
United States nary followed, and then verti.ementcf'Win.ett'andrn *i I 1 a
t 'came the Herman ambassador at Ulu-k-UntiiKht. Pinr April ash 1 I i,.' ., J'.4,
.., .'. ,..
fc.urIM.tll..r Win ( rdui "j4I1 I' ti'nnf
11 1: Washington and, his brilliantly attired ThwlforJ lll!.. k l>r ught I' .kitifi a
'<'Nt.n now 1 ran dtO all int wi ik .i t *a
suite of and naval attachesand
PNEUMONIA GRIPPE and all other i military .... .
walk out to aDJ..f mr B i lihi.r I k to
secretaries and the military at- 1 w. uli l>' l.ea
I for Wiuecf Cardiu.; IT 1"Ut M V Lit'
ii/1 tache of the Herman embassy at Me.ij Mr. AUCK LAt

j Lieutenant HarU-ls,
11 I Following the (Jerman ambassador It if well that women arc mwrc patient than
nwn. few men could bur the bitter ,,
came the special representation' of the t
I the agony and distress' that women endure.
II president of the United States, headed Thousands of hoe |Iu..k
Throat and Troubles. women :<-m< \" OJXHI
Lung by Dr. Hill). first assistant secretaryof /' suffering n I duty of their MX. But there art

I state and Including General: Corbin! many IruUncu of this heroic (ortitud IOhtt.hWINEoF&RDUI.

'Colonel! Bin ham and Commander

Cow IPS. the broiher-inlaw of the pres

-W A. D'ALENIBERTE*< : ident.l'llitainathan: Sargent then railed) new renders unnecessary. Women need no longer suffer for mo k.ty'i

4 on the 1 prince as the special' repn'hfntative sake. Wine of Cardui brings relief to modest women" in the pnvacv of their
homes. Many of the best homes in this city arc never without" this ,rut
!' of Admiral IVwpy. The list of
medicine. It cures whites and falling of the womb" and completely eraiij.cates .

Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox Street taller was ended with Mayor Low. these dragging! periodical pains.' Mrs. Davis cure shout you 'Ctnt I".

t | The German i Inslil'Iwral at Now lively what you may expect if you follow her example and take win* ofCardui

.1, York and his suite formed a part of Thedford's Bladt-Draught aids Wine of Cardui by regulating the

t IIP German ambassador's! part} stomach and bowels when you ask your drufist 'for these medidnes. k<
end \ ii> ht.tl 1'r. OUTLAW KILLS | The \prince invited to luncheon sure you get them. It gas Wine cf Cardui and Thedford's Black DraujM
Sh<>-Mi,N :N"!''y tdlk-us if she were I -OFFICE.Deputy i I Largest Prison In the World. those! of the Americans that saved Mrs. Davis' life. Never take a substitute.
: lil'ailf"'s
I Ti. trip! I '-ili't; Ill"i \\ >luV..|> .' "- In J.I'.Wl't'It tin-I new prison: among
I jivlmli .
t I Sheriff Slain By Man He V'as ;; who represented navy an'' Fnr.I..an.1 'Krainrr,at.b. ,t01'1' ;" '.. "The IAI.1.. .
; .1.11 _. lJepl>lUuent" IlmWE < mix 1.11't" t j- aliiuii rurit: milt's from t.umu.n7 t Iwtsa 'M a
HeY .-, -!lt.'s rhrt,t,41 in ant I'l'it i iI Pursuing. IHI1Jlluhe. |, i'arith.I .' ant horiti,..; slui\\ their iionitles these there were at the !board
Y.l. F"t! 4. ,.-!HUY ; 1't) .' members of the princes suitanil
I.I I. 1 1'UUlllvkill'lo .ict in fn' h air and l Minshine and
i < ,
Slicnn J. S. Smith was Mint and in-1 i It members of the German iabas--\ at

< -urt "nimu": Him I ; (,: .,,:, .' ; .:ii id, s t''lie jirisiiu i.. a moil.-! :sanitarium! i ir i WashinRton.

!f' 'i. '.' 111 i ': '!,i; .I II |u-iat( mountain; in Ha:"' it! niuutj.Va I l'ii- |II iii'
I i i '< '".,.'r. Mf, yt-htcniay. :, (\ e of throe I, S:30 to repay' his 'als.! He war a< -
I I 1".1 + H..II1 1
\ .1 .., It W qr 'in.il-Hir \ 1'ilkins roo-ntlj U.li"ii an ag.,d' l.''"r" i c,11; line. It i is hui't: in: a very im- ioniitnied| by one aide and .\tlm'al! WILL FURNISH YOUR DOME rR'
ital'iitiur'AOil" ,I IIhtllTI ii.in because h,' VVIB u. '', ft'i to i1\ "- :' I I It 1'
pl'] .i.\ !t., l'lll C'r, uiili! its: floral J vans and! Ensigns Evans and Cliapin

I.tin: m'iio's.;; nous'--, it I is said, lor using i ,:a t liiis and rt'.Mifiii-ts of oillciaU, lie[ visited the navy yard first ralLi l lon '" r-- 1

Kcli Ulna |ircibr.ciia..' in 11! > i is.'n I a > .
,1 I h.I. "Is .1 i iI | '
I i Iii 1 ictt. i.iii'i'i'! Tl! Ana a n' .
i I. ar's island where hf 'all..11 on G n' I ial '
'II'I 0 ii'j'iiv: : a> 1.\? 1 cell; ; but, as ., i -
.. ward! ul $in" jor i'is: ( t'rr.; Brooke, From Governor's island the 1
: .' .r, ,.r. i.' mnie. i III I !iv I i- oniniddiitiim on the u-:; r5 ti" :!
A a was in si-.iuli, in! p1Il:; -
jhh" tug piooeed-d to the battleship IIi
$ I" .'1 I....I III )luf ll IV :" 't .lttonrteln! i for about 400 more -
: of \\liiiti! [) SliiTi.i: SiniihH. ; I Ipri
"jll.ly aj' nois. where the prince called till Ad '
9 the total it will I .
< fi'n'r.; Hi- and I'llluna tainlati ,1: nncr<, contain is ILOIliJ'mlly Evans and inspected the ship -. ;.' -
'. I I to la<-c. Pilkiun{ hall l li'-; n'\ol\er !MI i I'' over ?!)00. He was received hy the squadron with ...l-l'l.. .... r .......|.. '
:: Preur 1'u iliv. :
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j his hand! and edit it with : .1 J \ -
\ i "' r, ,n I know. I II |liI'lit lo Ufo ( the honors due his rank. From the Illinois ,, .' ,., I 1 \ .. '.
j I ,
1 li. .' -hi' won t. tatal effect ujHin the olln pro !! What Becomes of Arctic Animals? i the prince returned to the I Ii. .
pierat ,
g, V \1 iv. < './ :1"t''t'HI'1 l ,
n it mv ; .
-,'luc.go Nf\\sOn by others of the {asses who hastened j I Ito |
I. I __ the se':; i-no. When they reached I during his expedition within the The train having on board Prince i1 1c ,'; ,

I ot '1 urn.. Smith li.' was ,toad, ) and PilKius had'l llisai retie circle, in regions where animal I! ]Henry and party left Jersey City at 1 I War lr ? V AJ.Co.IUii 12"h sJ : I b..y,; e.

'. t i'' r.' r sluat.ki, instrument < | |', aivil.! There is much iti'lisna. : life is ahumlant, )he hB: found i 'a. m. for Washington. The prince and SALVONA ; Ccr. 5 F-ru- ( ;
ST. Lc :
i ', I" i >.:n- and torture': tion m that oinmuiiity.i anti if raptured \ few ]his two immediate attendants occupied ,, i
remains of animals which "" ,
il--nbe pie feared 1'ilKim very .. ,: .. '., :,Jr .!<:. :.-v..wr -.t/ '
I I ii'\:I he l\Is\\'I< it may lynclu-d. died; the far Columbia. J -'i' 'U't i.s. t'l..6jf.r. .. .'?"{
I natural death. No has
one .
J i ianv .
i- Ilanc't 4'Wcaijj 1'o-t.
i >i i !
I idea of what becomes of the i iiMxJiix
,I' ----- ALABAMA VICTIMS OF FIRE. ; of sitr-h animal, and it is i indeed ; Prince Arrives at Washington. TIME TABLE.
r..11 I. and Robbins Were Well
'r I Mountjoy Washington: F2\ .Prince Henryarrived
..yt. 1 lit d hp.iril of kirrlexi tflepramsAmi Known Throughout State. very strange that on ;Spitzlier- I
: Washington at 10:2') this
I bur."' inut arcrrrtL.crlewcAnd it is easier; to find !bones of LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
Itirmtugbam Ala.. Feb. :i'l.: -C. ,\. gen a I
that morning. He was met by Secretaries
slHH.ia! !
'ffW t .h\! it HtirvrlsN1
of the gigantic liz.ird of remote pcolojiical! EFFECT 1'l'E\III'K I. lltllI
I r."m. ink* are ntarria.eleasi Mouiitjoy om- mtn reported I Hay and Long and Count Quadt and

Ii -- missing! in conniption' with the Park time than those of a "elf dead" I two other attaches of the German em I New Orleans and Mobile

t' 111"0 1'1" avenue h.fire l in New YoiK, was seal, walrus or bird. The same is I bassy. Ten minutes later they left I -

'it Simkliw- MX' uncle! lust his lifo last formerly one of the most prominent ago true of some places not so far I! for the White House. '0.- 0.4. 'o.2. So 1. Sn 1

week In au ephsiun.iw citizens of Birmingham lie was as6 north.KAVAXXAH.. : 1'15 A 12:11 m 1t.1.) p L...."" .. I'pn..olll ....Arrive r..,.. a 4 ...
.. w,a., a 2:.7 p lac II 1.t'ItYt.... Jo In0l810D Lave '.!If. I'
TlmkiniSu1'Ire r lx>ilorChiIII. < < iated in the practice of law with I ALBANIANS AND TURKS FIGHT.In ILue a 4:2 p I :::0') A 1.,1''' ._ \I"IJII" .. I.e"s-. 12.)1. D'I I:! IA I'

tag t+ \rrF. John W. Tomlmson. He left here for Ci.\. -=_ IIrp I 7'I!'_A_ l.rave N"rltan... I..,,, ,, a:'n p 7 :', II
April !/j.l" 9. I
"B i
1\1{ Vrl.U.rm.. t. New York several years aeo. having u?ed three bottles of P. P.P. Bloody Battle On Montenegro Fron North.
I Tb roan who toll.-U both Imht and Jay Hon. Gaston A. Kobhtns. one of the for tier 64 Are Killed.
I impure blood and .
general > ..
j : 0:1.: N 0.
: ii }, I For wealth lb. y say. did ave \ it tims. was known throughout the weakness, and having derived Cettinje. Montenegro Feb. 2t.-Sixtyfour 1, lI't'pm' 12:15p to I L.are .. I'PDo"eola Arrive M,1. +
I i i I Enough; to par th- doctor man length: and Im'a.Uh of Alabama and grew men are reported to have been 6:15am :5i pm Arrive Hontgomrry..I.'ave lIpm
: I Who kept him from the Ir H'e. traeic i death caused idsopread hi"l bentfiN from the same, having killed or wounded during 11:511 11m 1I'pm' Arriv" .. B.rmtnghnnt le.avw III5am.:cI.m I ,
1 7,5pm 3:10a Dl I Arrive .... S.-bvlII.. .. I...
The ehtecm in vhith h.- was held by I II gained 11 pounds in weight in four i which occurred on the Montenegro 2:111: ) am k:11: am. Arrive.. Loul.vlllr I.-av.""".
: | I In route I nor* 1II'c P m
!is j J \ week* I take
7 "I.m U:5IIam
'j rest pleasure in' : IArrl"e..C1DclnnaU
the of the Fourth II; I..a"
people oneressioii'
'I.1 ")larrla ." slid the thuuzhtful:: man. :: frontier between Albanians and Turkish 7t am 1lpm, A
t ,\1 ::" I ; recommending it to all unfortunates rr.ve "1.tUI.. I.eav. ..;IOpm
al .istr! t shown the fact that
vd l was bv regular troops.
:i: i) f 1s surly a ri'limiu.iry IOj rei'eut- alike. Yours truly, PEN ACOLA AND RIVER
1'r' .r (1 atn't." "I they take I eKnted him to congr'ss.1 Joux MORKIS. The trouble was due! to the recent JUNCTION

1\ ,\ i Sawed Him From Torture.'fhrte He was unat ,ted by the Republicans i OFFICE OF J. N. MCELKOY, ; \| assassination of an Albanian chief \0. i-Da1ly :>0. I-lially I i, Nostop where time not .bo"n I \o. 2-I'a.l :0.,. '

I ''on each occasion, however. It is not I Drum, -t. I Mulazaka. The latter's clansmen I -
{ is nil more a.:i>inzin.: tornMe : de- U:5. pm 1:1' a m Leave. .. Prn.acotr. Arrive thin piba. 'rhocontautidling and jr j known here where .Ar.-on the other ORLAM Fla., April 'M, 1S91.: | manded the surrender of the murderer 12t5 nlgbt 7:13 II Itob.nua II I".n"'I pm
1 r; life int.ilerdble. N.> Alabama(tim. was from.A Dear hire : I sold three bottles of''1 '' UN"; 7:111 II I I.It.. -.y Iltritn II. 1"1"'I
4ft'\ I >ursine | \ failing they attacked a force ofI t Uti": 79'1 .........tambla In.III" ,
.sitina U comforttUln. The torture I I1. P. P., large size, yesterday, and Turkish frontier troops. The fighting, I 14X1:: : 7'i;: :: :: .. ... Mulat InII: :
''I I I jH N .1tur. DeWritch I II. one bottle, small size, to-day.! i I t2.11 7-h .. ... ..... Harp .. .. 111.:11;: :: .'
} 1 unceI' ," 4' For Qncer I'ad. I The 1'. P. P. cured my" wife of H4za1 *" ilve cures ril -e. I 1! "
I : : 1JII" ....... :.t IIton.. ...... "
rheumatism "
before III
11'i .kin di-e.i'1*, cut- liuiu-. bruises "Above nil thin::...." !'!-:ys The Navy I winter la-t. It' I (:$) am..... It ...?.boud !taDIII ..., II : ;
t all kinds of wi>uuJ< It uunequJlled. l and of London. "Tuum 's heart came back on her the past winter 1 I i Dangrron 1'luaICf'. I I IS.'i": .15" ...... ..' UnlU .... .. Oft.5 4 c
Army :) : i Ora II" 11.1" ...... .
f ( 1',1ul.rk.., ; i and a half bottle $1UO size, relieved : ? 1111111..n a 1tt, II 4 I.;
Cbolly-I shall -
J.S. (Mill.: :-t. say I plunge: society in 4N n
totes a sewing machine. Althou'h: he her egain, and she has Ij:i/j" .. .....Crealvirw. .._. 1/:11" 4 w
"Frt\H1 1',''.". -utlered with the know that he I not had a an attempt to forget her. i 8'J .M" ".. ...._Derr Land .. .. -:16": I :4
must can never succeedIn .
I1 t truding l bleeding pile* !and \pro-I symptom since |: Maud-I>uti't dit In Boston. You 83". 0:10" ...... Mossy head .. II.'") to a .
until I used getting it home to England yet if 1 sold a bottle of P. P. P. to a friend 'Ii 4 :i" 9ai II .". _IJ"YuDlak!prtagl 11:1" II 26'1
I find nothinir to help ma will catch death .1 OU It .. ..... ? .
farm he i of mine, one of his your of cold.-TownTopics. 4 i Argyle 7U.: r4l
Witch Hazel t'dve.lfpw he finds one on a will tow it j turkeys a small i ; I'
lf YittV |" I : 0:67' ... .1'0nr" 1111 (. oG... 7:11. 1 t
: bottle completely cured nie." Ba ] alonz! with him overburdened as he already \-:lone, took sick and his wife gave it I 6:00" 10:10' .. ?W.IIYIl14L ..._ 7:11. I :AI
a1 ti of countprfeit-f. Hargis' i I IJ. the march. \Yhereln '! a teaspoonful, that was in the even- I I 6:11'1" 10.15' .. l'ary"lIle ......?. 7:1' I u
w.ire 1 I ; 63S It lo.I I ._ ,
I ,
ins, and the little fellow Contraat.i Hoollay M" I
It Pharmacy: John :fheppird, Hidney the eiact fascination lies is a mystery, !1 turned over I i : 6Oe It lJi'Z" _. p I .
t' Kahn. ( like he was dead, but next morning i iI i This world Is a scene of transitions 1\1" 11'17" .I __. y's/ 1.' 4 11' nt79x1
but grizzled reservist anj callow! :
re- By which we are woefully vexed. It ,
wa up hollowing and well. 1l5" _Marlanna II" I. I
Ederale Toor n o.*U i'bF.a.tarel.. cruit alike cannot resist this: house Yours respectfully I It's beautiful snow for one minute, I 7.p ". 1lf5" .1/. __ CyprPIl IJIII" II" a III
Candy Oathartlc. cure coiwtiptiioo forever. wife's help." And It's horrible flush the next.1t'ushtngto0 TtO. 1l:5: _Grand Ridge_ in" j
lOc.Sc. 11C C C,tail druntub-rctuud monej- I' J. N. MCELROY. I I Star. I 7 511 "' 126 noon tSneat1. 11" y' ..
8U" lU" ArrIYeRlverJllI1ctlol1Lun 1.10" .

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WILL MAKE Develops Hydrophobia From Two- -

Year-Old Dog Bite.

Covintrton. r.a.. Feb. :24.-Liddell Digests
AFFIDAVIT Childs, the year-old son of Walter

W. Childs. was suddenly taken with an i,

'ew Lease of Life for ar ,, ago attack the! of most hydrophobia alarming symptoms several days deI i' d what you

IOWA Postmaster.! n-Iollln I, O O

The boy and his elder brother were Eat
U. II Randall of Dun cut hunting \Vednesday last. Ofa
1 hate been a
: and result prealn.d'ffrotion sudden rA without warning the ,

ors 1eingunabletoub younger boy commenced running from j I '

-lit relief, I tesolvedtotrj his brother He crouched behind a 0' ,

p j M3, Cure. Ik-fore 1 hac log and pleaded piteously with his

,role I knew I had fount! brother not to shoot him. Almost immediately \

I.'' In-Led' for. After ii be was seized with violent I Cure
i was cured! ota soreness it convulsions: ; and commenced to froth I
"'!.at I had not bl-en fret at the mouth.

''fnjtaH. I am letter
i, Half carried and half dragged theboy I
.t-ars. Kodol Djhper.sUi '. i ..
me a new lease of life was finally got home by his brother We hare heard a great deal about "heart from correct. Most supposed heart trouble combination of elements will completely

",'rWl person will use<< < the convulsions continuing every to heart talks." The little talks where Is nothing more nor less than indigestion.Of digest food In a glass tube or in a

,,-1 ('urea I believe t It itinarh few moments on the way. people get right down to honest reason, to course that is serious enough but you bottle, under proper conditions! Isn't it
fHlm which (tie) As soon as his parents learned of common sense. want to know where the seat of the troubleIs common tense that the same elements will

y will receive perma- the matter the boy's father made immediate You hare no doubt at some time or other so you can treat it properly. digest the food in the stomach? Of court

\.4C wishing. can have arrangements to take him to 1 j experienced the annoying and painful symp- Again, such food as should be digested in It ii; It can't help It. StI'tral1ufI were

I liT a-UotheReuuinnew Atlanta for special I toma of indigestion. Digestion is the pro- the stomach but is not digested there, parses expended in perfecting a preparation that
treatment. The
-* >f this statement. : i cew by which nature transforms our food, into the intestines and bowels where it would do this very thing The result was
.il 1* the voluntary| most serious fears arc entertained for by means of various juices called dicestanti; causes more trouble. The bowels become Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It contains every
i "1.1I1h'l has suffered. the boj"'s reco\'ery. I Into blood which is then carried throughoutthe constipated or "clogged u i", the waste element necessary to the complete and per

1 wantsptherstorecehc! It appears that the child was bitten body and used to make flesh, muscle, matter Is not passed ou but is to some extent fect digestion of all classes: of food.

'/ Kulol Dyspepsia about two years ago by a dug sup- bone nerve brain and material of every absorbed back in the system. This poisonsthe It permits you to eat" all 1 he rood food you

any case of suunacfc I Iw posed to I be nia,l. The dug belonged i| kind of which the body is composed. blood. Then what can you expect? Can want and digest every particle of It without
think that this poisoned! blood
the ctomach by diat to a neighbor and was shot at once I Indigestion may arise from a variety of any person : any aid whatever from the stuiuach, allowing
i -- The rest aloni no symptoms of the rabies appearing. i causes, but generally because some of the can make healthy flosh.healthy: bone, healthy the digestive! org lU\ to rest and regain
liver healthy heart, or a
health. Hut KodoliNt 1 kidneys, ,
elements which make the their normal healthy condition and h.
juices streogt
The boy's wound up digebti ve
contains tonics rapidly and clear, healthy, active brain? Is it any
ire lacking. By digesting all eat, Kodol Dyspepsia
nothing more wonder that ninety five cent of the you
was thought of the
i.e Itrloan and hasten mat-1 per
Cure tones the entire system. It will
Undigested food all kinds of up
Y"u don't have ter until his recent strange gives you American people have bodily affliction?
t'i"'i"ta life
C i trouble.In give you health, !strength, ambition, a
Cure will di- :Mr. Childs i iof The whole point is this. If people would ..
is a prominent citizen good appetite", sound, healthful sl! 'p and
.' II Jps children ton.K Newton the first pl&ceyou have amo tdistressInu digest their food properly most human ills
county and has bete mal 1 pure, rich blood that enable nature to
; feeling in your stomach, especially after would disappear.You .
1 Cure'I ing his home in Covington until several correct many ills! to which the other organs 1
Dyspepsia filing. Soon this undigested food ferments, no doubt would cure your indigestionif
of be .
Stomach Troubles. days ago. when he returned to his ': the gas distend the stomach, and in its efforts you knew how, wouldn't you? Certainly.Now your body may subject.Kodol

former 1,011IIn :'\e\\lIura. It was at to escape! it causes belching. It also it the digestive juices or fluids are Dyspepsia Cure never fails to cure 1
.'' WrvTA.ttk.CI.lram, tiiu. tlie 'jOc,'1zroaf this i place i that the boy was bitten by : causes a pressure against the nerves and lacking! but we substitute something composed dyspepsia! indirection and stoniaehtroubles,
tic i the mind of the sufferer to the idea that heal isn't It common sense that: the Can there be any \\U 1\LJT( [ cure
cough L heart trouble.\ Nothing could be further result will be the same? It a certain will not cure you?
.\ LAf: ., 1UaJ fvr.
Candid Heart to Heart Talks. .
J n hiin .. PInrl! In Rear-End Collision Several Passengers j

are Injured. j i i I Dear Sirs! :-I had suffered for years with Dear Sirs.-It gives: me great: pleasure: to of the stomach (heartburn) and Indigestion
Philadelphia. 1-\.)). :24.! -.\ rear-end !:I ftomach trouble and after doctoring with write you concerning the good qualities, of so that he took no comfort from eating

Morgan. cnlliMon: lutween the Nurnstown ae- several doctors who did me no good and after Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I had a stomach; any kind of food, but after having tried

L'I: "' ntly' s omiiindatton train due here, at S:1S: being in bed three weeks at one time trouble of four years standing, which was prescriptions from several physician with-
"II II.' plant v ami ReadinG: accummudation due at when 1 could rat nothing, and my heart so bad at times! I wag' forced to abandon out any permanent relief, by taking two
the s.2: : (in the Philadelphia and Heading troubled me and ached so at times that I business and remain In bed.I bottles of Kudol Dyspepsia Cure he BI'pears
n northernMch thought I was going to die, a friend recommended had tried physicians and all kinds' of to be cured -Luke J. Collin-
", on' railway at Conshohoiu-n: 10 miles your Kodol, Dyspepsia Cure. After dyspepsia tablets in vain. At last through Sworn and subscribed to before me on the

.11 i' other. a* shove, this city, today wmkedr two I began taking the first bottle, I commencedto the recommendation of my druggist I trieda 13th day. of June, 1901.\ -Geo. L. Collins,

t i I' :, ok placeited ears and injured; a number passengers.Three Improve at once and my appetite beganto bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. The ef- Notary Public.GentlemenI.

nt'trOt'! H injured were brought here, and Improve. Now after taking two bottles, fect was. highly gratifying, as I received Im- have sold all the Kodol

A 1-:00(1: one. J. S. Cook is said to be in a nit! I am so that I can eat anything and everything mediate relief and leos than two bottles effected Dyspepsia Cure I boughtof you and ordered

.. cal oiiditiou. The other two. I cannot recommend too highly the a complete cure.I twice from the jobber. I recommend" on tuy
; IK-nja-
dui i Kodol Dyspepsia! Cure to all sufferers with never travel; without a bottle of Kodol own accord every bottle Kodol Dyspepsia
ul" the low ;, nun Irwin and Thomas Stone, all not stomach trouble and indigestion! and would Dyspepsia Cure in my valise. It does the Cure I sell and haven't heard of asioglii

The i st-rKxi.sl hint. I say to all that if you will only try it, you work quickly and thoroughly and I cannot complaint. Yours, J no P. Isterlicg, Corydon

.t i diJ: th. I The Pennsrhania railway special will he cured as 1 am now, after having say too much In its praise.-Yours truly J Junction led.

I bearing Prince Henry had just passeda pent hundreds! of dollars with doctors and Geo. 11. Colbath, Alpena, Mich. Dear Sirs:.After seven years of suffering!

curve' about a quaiter of a mile east getting no better, while a few bottles of Ko- from chronic Indigestion, I was finally

r ;I of I'.ristol. Pa., this morning when aIra'n : dol Dyspepsia Cure made me well.Yours Luke J. Collin<;ofEast Windsor, New York cured by using three bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia
\ cran. mo t respectfully Mrs. Julia Ilursb, Butte deposes and says that he his: been troubled Cure.-Mri. Annie Alcorn, Meredith,
I."ilh'r known as the "extra freight I den Morts, Vr u. with dyspepsia for two years, having acidity Pa.
." dU" which lelt Trenton at 3 o'c'loc) k, jumi
e the track and I
r dull!I, was badly wrecked.
Cars were Ftrewn over four other Preplfed by E.C.DeWitt' Co..Cblc.go. The fl.DObottlecontatoa21ltimesurauchlbyactaalmessuremosteatse{ trl.I.ln..lalell 1II1I..r'.ctt.
t totCn 1
,. tracks and tiaffic was delayed for four i

-lit I I.U.lt I. hI/III:-. :

Cures all stomach troublesJoyner


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: I,.:, Cracksmen Assault Watchman, but I i I

i .r Are Frightened Away. I, _. I
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N. w 1'a. 1rl.h.I :24.! -What is re- i j I I I''
:3 .. -I\ Rich Ore Lands Foind. TO BORE FOR NATURAL GAS. Medical hockey, "I'nflllh.
pans a.1 .hirum attempt to pet at Tendered Nigh Position.
Case.'r i Sh'((li(.ItI. .\la.. Feb :!M. J R Pen- .
:i (! ut'lltof the V-irick bank with (! Charlotte X C. Feh :24.- -Accord- There will be a regular meeting of ,

< \\ i ,, t''. t.tintion ol looting them has just ny. of Decatur. Ala.. has rI'pnllsoh, t Company Petitions Rome, Ga., Council ins?; to a !special; from ruirnam. N. C.. I ;he Pensacola Medical Society at

I .I' I ;.i 1 i, male The would II" robriprs se- a tract of 1.111I atr.-s of ore lands of i ij I for Permit to Lay Pipes. the position of superintendent of public I .tin Board of Health office at 4 'r

-all 'i. .1 i \.Ii': uii.koundeda night watchman, j;' which he was the owner, in the ore div j Rome nil.i Fel.\ 25.-W, T. Sidell iJl trtl( lion has been practically I )'cl ck p. in Tuesday. Mar I IVjsuinir II 1111(1 2f \
", I. trim of Hast'lh'iI; !' >. to !some Ohio I
I I"d'- iKltit
I < bociat"S physicians
a asked the are cur'atty
who 1; was the single protector of the council lat tendered Professor J. Y. Jojner. of the
>:.r". 'ii, I', !iu'n !., ;;' I j i nvited tontund
u- ( \'aldt ( night: to pass an ordinance permitting State Normal and Industrial college, I
", ; OK. E. F. IKI''E
i' ,
.rtp 11 tin 1'\ Sprmuinf:! on him in the dark of the them to run piH-s| through the streets it Gn''n!>!toro. The appointment of a '
'It'! .' T.| hl : to be prospecting( in that section more I Pre-ideat
i !
fI bas nu nt 01 the Wool Change Imild- | for the purpose of conveying pas inHom. successor to the late Ccueral !coon will\ HK.V.. c. DnonR\
,iI I .. thoroughly than others have done, ..
1. .1".1 any .
ink. at Beach street and West Hroad- i he made: this! week The poxernor'sappointee n25ttf Secrttarr
'-I If i and they are r.ndin't'r)' valuable ore ,
way. they knocked him senseless: by a They propose to bore for natural will only serve until I next

;, Papt-r Sc I. blow nn the foreh,'ad that made awllp ',j i deposits where none were supposed( to pas and conduct it to the citj. The' August, when an election will occur. Foley's Hony and Tar '
exist heretofore.Pig .
council will! hold another -- -- -- -
I I.I gash in the !skin.; Trained for meeting and
: -r F: cures olds
jiM such an emergency: he cried out discuss! the 1'l'Opoition.| A Thousand Collars/ Thrown Away. prevents pncumool.s.GIHI .
.L. n:11 I II
Iron Market Active. ..
,,' I ,, ;. ... just as the blow fell. His cry. the noise I 1 Mr. W. \V. hiker, of IMainview.
I : Birmingham, Ala., Fell! 21.: The Pig \I. I'HJ-'CII: :
I, i 'I, I III. which resulted! from hit fall or per i! Iron market (continues to lie charm'ter- .1 Ttionehtfnl ilnahnnd.I Neb, writes: "My wife had lung RCIiUCIF1
haps the !belief that they had l killed! '
< \I" 'M' trouble for over fifteen Following is
IZH! by active selling. The basis of YE'ars.1' the: schedule of the
d :' ::1 him frightened the men off and they $12 I:! per, ton for No. 2 foundry iron con ,I, tried a number of doctors and spent government steamer General French
'1" :., : tunics to be the standard, but it is .. ov-r a thousand dollars without any which TUB NEWS prints for the
The treasure room was perfectlyguarded that of the smaller ; 'H relief. :She was low and I lint
said some concerns i all benefit of the merchants who!
by electuoal! : deticcs.: and if J... 'i\.... f' : ihif
.t f I I i are getting as hiKh as $13. The total / hope, when a friend suggested their I
the rarksmen had succeeded in en- j jprodmtion I &. Ij try- goods to the various anal '
of iron in Alabama in IIIIII!+ ,, I ;
l and Tar
feting the police undoubtedly would :' )( ug: Foley's Honey whichI posts:

It Vffts.i i 113"1'nKlllf'd down upon them. is given by the American Iron an,11| /I'j I did ; :and thank IIP to this great ,.....,ee l'entiacols 7:111I11. ..

i :i'.' Tri Pteel association as 1.225.7112: tons i 3.&T6Y I remedy it ived; her life. h"he i is l."IIlia'rall'lI" 7 yi n, !ru.
; against 1.184.237: in the preuous year stronger! and enjoys; hotter health Le:1ve91'iekeaw aypa,10.
wed 1 MISS STONE IS AT LAST FREE. LPnrre narraiee. laa. .
Ii I .' y I than she has ever known in ten Leave*. ft nmtrola
it 'i: tM'il"i I. -- i Mountain of Arsenic Found. L ;-....... : year-=. \\'.. shall never be withoutFoley's Arrives KmTntiCMk Ii:111 n, m. and Ittftt m.
I h. l. to Brigands Release_ I American Missionary -- '....:,-. -<0 Honey and Tar and! would makes H tip to I-urt Me!(..<> unJtben re
Tal'oma."ash. Feb. :!I.-John T | -- I turns to I Itarrnnrn: *.
!u t Itfi and Mme. Tsilka. I aks those atliiete'tto! try it." \V. A. I.et\8 karratces "
Doris and his as:rx lato's have discos' 1 !> p. ..
,1t. IlilwJ Constantinople. Fed! :24.-:Miss oleo fall"I| Mr.l n.iuleIlcie.: :: :Mairsie; :: : I'\e brought; I [D'Aleinberte 1 1 :S. 1'.t afox. LI avey 1'u'kraa 14: p. ..
eyed a mountain o. arsenic in a : I.t-ii\es I'rni.eul,1 .
"II! 11"1'IOdJuurllS M.. Stone I I i ready niado IM -Scribner's.s. f.J p m
the liner an missionary .V"ii ; I LfHVVS .II.I..n':1:1: I
of Tacoma. This :
i fill> miles southeast II p. m.
) I I of House Fur- Arrives h"rranrn< j' rI I I
a; who. with tme. Thilka. p m. and makt
was ( ajittired' I Ihocly
|I \1e,1' StoCl1
is claimed to bt tue first important Favorite Nearly Everywhere. i, trip toMcKpfumt r.-tuin. ,

by brigands in the disnut of Salonii of arsenic ever I find! l in America i t Constipation mean dulnns", le [ il1shin t.' s and (Weclne-diyaindS.iturdiv! !' :

Sent. 3 last. has Is:-en ieli-ased and The supply heretofore has come from I pre+ion. headache. generally di :-i Decorations in great variety boat wi:1: leave Jhrritira-; < I'iek-
via: I'
1'.1'a .i. ,1rr I ha. arrive at HI r'l 1it7.a1: al't'cI IIIJa.
City. < ordered health. De) Witt'o Little
|i Coinwall. The I'mtcd States unim.- j| ) and ens for IVnaacnla at lill:: p. in.
1 .1 ', JlA JCo'nwI.N was at Stiumlua: to meet Miss i 1! jiorts! nearly JIIMMI.IMM) > worth of an;". Early KNfr* stimulate the liver I at lowest prices at The General French

1 .1 this Stun.', as the brigands hI,1'n noiuIWIIIllll I open- the (bowels and relieve this ,;Marston f' fjttina'ft is for armr
\ Lie y'ear'ly'1 Ii t tJ purposes only and any ont-idf-r mur
condition. l Safe and
r .,' s 111)I' nhiyv they! projiwd to re-j J A King; as an Automobilist. j I j thorough. have a pa- from the quartermaster;

I' ''I!;, II Ions l.a- :It'" p'ison-TK. \ro TV Ika and I>.inii,
,f. -11:1:'I her barn: were n-li-ast-il at the &a outline I
Ths The undt"r-irined take* this
jo'.irn at !UaciHwiiri: an cxour-ion wi-; :Sidney Kahn. I method -
I:..., imple- They are all well .>f srleriiiir her Cervices as n I
his automol.ilo to tl!- tern !
.t > operative 6 \li ' di Na\ a. Near the contral f 't hemet and Qtucklj! allaji luiliiuiuaiuja In tlia'\Wont.
in had
8ei! known to the authoi ities at ?tru- ; H.J yearxperience.. FOR STEAM DIYIHON
1 nut 'a.TIlt'. I j an artillery capla'ii.! of \, .mi. CANDY can+Aanc .- troe. C,1I1iV6/ bet of references from I

ind ttckini Humor flr-t news of !M.-S; Stone's: re- '! the !kin;: a-ke l \'ariouijufi"i- r. j I' leading physicians of this city l't'iS.\COI.A I'TmCnHUI'\1; : .
1 .ml Cost Nothing the fort. The MRS. M. OIDDEND\ HA1MTAY COMPANY.Tr <<
: I .
I hap.was contained in a telegram: rej j I FjuxtiM;; cpu-Units
114 South
jltf : DeVilliers
i iry It. I i Kt.
J by :Mr. Dickinson the Americanreid j I! appearing to the officer too ?. sr' \ ------ ---- --- !n leave Penitacola for the LIIIH

!Hl'">d lUltll ) 14i' < onx'il I general at Constantinople' from j j jinjr. he j olitey! hut }linnly rcl u-''(1 1Je..lat. 1 a Dr.rrula all I ft'onitkeeheaiesl and llayou Fort Big Narraaue Bayou Warrington at Nary Yen .

'.iln :and ->ureinir the American vice consul at ?alon l'a. '! further information. Thcreujvui : !:n- i 'II CP'11Qs J AitOa.m.arrlvoat Fort
( Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never so'd In bulk. to the Farrancil I;iai
"' Skiu. } The ti-k-ttrara gives no d"tailsf the kill; said, smi'in! ::, "You mar >.If.\!! Beware of the dealer ho tries to sell very 1UUO 1:110 "". m.ar-lv. at Kort Barranca. 10 "* S
\VT \' BIin rel .n..... As Stnimlt/a is near the Sa-1, girt the information; to me," aiul.rcnuniiif !. I "something just as good" finest furniture at Marstonft 8::') p. m, arrive at fort harranoai Karranca 4 l::4DniSpn ; !

\ l;".in s orII Ionic II I'skiih railroad. Miss Stone willI'rOl..J 1 ,' his blue c-hauiteur ?|if-ta- Ouina'fi.PENS. 'atp.m.srnteEtort:15p.ra.arriveat Kort Harrancat Thnpnl
'1" -. l'rIlr.ltuK! Salonka without dday.! The!! man who owns: ins own some Karraacai g'4i o n
to cle. revealed him-ef{ to the a'I"1-: i ._ Trains leave Fort KsrriacM for Yea. ,
I I i ii/ foret *. : insures him-pll against: lots nf -- ----- cola at7:15a '

I 1t.: *H! I'.ilm ;I. isludilidr.: It is nefili---s; to aJ:: trouble and worry ;Nobody can m. errlve at l'..nacola 'i.'' .
..+ >t! wufct auilblood. MeS" ee"ey Appoirts Magistrates. that !king/ and captain: were (-,\\tI.d!: : rai-e his rent, and the rent day has A CO LA lino: p. m. arr.ve at f\!D &cola _.. .11.:.44 1It.'.:n: j
:! The iJ-.WJ() p. m. arrive at Peaiiacola ... ... I
S Feb. 21.
l.mliu, C..
by euricilfrtIt g. ) governor no terrors for him. It's ea-y to owna 2:4j p U
i-atisliod i with! their 'ncolnter.-lta. Bt I
p m arrive! at Pensacola i
,, the has al.pomto'd'C. I.. Willis to tie home now-a-days. Thos. C 7:()i 5,44 p n
Gij ( p m. arrive at Peniiacala! ....... 1N .
i. tllt'\: ONSERYATORY r p
aI"t.y bh..ll! -u1 h ma*'11-'rale at Bro ham. Marion roan. leW. Watson & Co. can t..Jiyou how OF f MUSIC '1J:45. p. m. arrive at Fensaoola_ t.po 1. i ,

II!nIlllMhl It.llllluy : tj He also appointed I). A. ttieeimaKi'fat Marine lrtlrulale.. easy it Is.i Call: and see them.WTALMID FSatornaya only. :j '

j .-.: "kill cur trouble t.l. for. i ,' at Honea Path and 1' H. i Amine: the marine: artieulaielife i is f E. OIL CHAFFEES) DiRCter.Piano. Pen.acola FAKE to Fort FOR harraacai WEIK: nave and vet era ,

> retiree hut i It Brown magistrate Audorson.. l"a< I h often prolonged for jearNmie; of the ; PeapacoU to IIVJ Jam and rbtcrn F ta.t* ; t', \
healer everrich appointment| was made ou the recommendation 1, l.-irser:: ,rah,, and! l hh'ott l rs pntlul.h! e; feoaacola to Palm ttu K aca aad relafi: lit I
.. of the ; in the fiwK crior( Voice Culture, Violin BC3CAT ICHCDCDC. ,
delegations A Thl"'e
glue of dine for a d.! "'1111.' or ir.-re. tiny C.psulcs stem: Pipe :

I> : H. B. builds upo general asst'mhl. rip may live on to nearly two d.Jc:: ; to r..llMm of C\paiLa. 1 Organ, Cornet, )Mandolin Guitar, I,j I open When conches.i w-itthcr. permit tbo running 01 ;

It mid teak er before attaining'! their fullest!! siowtnKidney 0beL5 and Injections 81 I ; Cello, etc. 'i'I Uavi fva aooi*. Lv Yon I.rlu-n. .i,.. i I f

Iiriabing. Overi.'nul Another Victim of Hotel Fire. ----- -- TLcy cure in 48 hour?the J Also Director Pensicola Concert 9 a. m. 10 a. m. j. t

I.,* of cure New York. Feb :24.-:Mrs. Caroline complaint kills more peo carne-1icPw' "''ifJgnit'ulytmmflP -, Hand and Elite i l1a.1 p, m.m II'1pm In t : t.
i R im; Ii Ii. H jr'tf'm"11t t Orchestra. j '
: flf''' I.. It. Hall{ of Newark N. .L, who wasburned pIp than any other .di-eae. This i i i.# : cdt D tt' "I I niur.GIST .Ip.m p. m Ipm ''t. :,' 1 t I

iii' 1,1( H 1111I in the Park A\en'ie hotel fire due to the disease beins _f> in"idioui' r-- .---- -- ____ Brass and String Music Furnished i i i fpm P In r .
died that it Ret* a good hold on the *y=- 5 p. m. s Om \*' ,
le morning! today. PARKER'SHAIR
1 11"1 it>" tr nl> Saturday: I
J. m. ,
tern before it i is recognized. FoleyVKidnevCure BALSAM All Cccasio s. i 1p. {f ,
the widow of
U He IVe i untilAway S" old and was I .
? was years FABIFOaeUXDAlf
will prevent the deHlopment Cltmatn vul brauum the hP'OBHItCfl I.J '
the 1:1'\'. IT. :Samuel H. Hall who was of fatal d.eae! : if taken a hHUTADt fTUWth.Ntvrr !. Addre,s: E cambia Hotel. to art Barra&caird raq f'( ij. !
Fall to Brstore pray 1 and ratnra_tl..__ __ tJ.
and treasurer of the Sea ri. -_ at*ir to it* Vwuifui Olor.CUlU :Studio "'I'uacola i lit I
secretary in time. W. A. D \lenlberte, 121 ...., divratn, ft : Parlor of Fiat Baptist ttt P'III1I1UJ lIu", a14
.. P tWaigr
i unra Itl$tit men's Friend sod t). j! Palafos. I i "'. mji'jB: Dru1II; I Church. I I rete o. _. --tar I''
: ?a V'I tu and cull!.. yo freight received after 1:11 p. m. i.


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t'Ii'i ; lu .- Amnmtr ntrntTmm ul525SS2S2SH NEYl.iYORKCOM.MERCIAL. : AND BURIALS. -

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t!l if i :' (- FOR BUSINESS MEN AND INVESTORS.The Nettle Glover, aged 68 years, who W d'VJ 1 ) 'TiJ. :- I)} m

tI I r;I (I Mrs. Waters is quito ill at her is a well respected colored citizen of t j 4: : @'

I home on North C street. Montgomery, died! on the train
NEW YORK COMMERCIAL is a strictly Commercial Financial be.1
Mis of Milton tween Montgomery and (
'I Maggie Aymird 131
I It is BUSINESS and
and Industrial a recognized
the gue-t! of Miss Etta Uizrell. newspaper. last night while en route to visit
f f thus heralding the
,f I authority on business topics. daughter, Viola William, of this I. good news of the PHENOM ENAL

i(1 Dave Kugleman left this morning It's the only National-Business-Newspaper, and maintains its own city.Nettie VALUES we are offering in FOOTWEAR
\ on a business trip up the P. & A. Glover lived on the corner j TO FIT ALL.
I NEWS BUREAUS and business offices in all important trade centres
I : ; Mrs. James F. Sewell is quite ill' of Union Washington rtreet.at -
the United States. exclusiveand --
I throughout ; largely I II -
I at her home on North Reu sireet. Montgomery. The body was brought;;
t I I goes into the details regarding business transactions developments and to this city and turned over to

I J. K. Whitmire of Milton was enterprises-News for the business man who has customers in all States- I Messrs. Pou & Robinson, undertak I NOTE THOROUCHLY THESE PRICES
I'r the victors here yesterday :
j ,' among I News of his customers and news of his competitors-News for the investor ers, for burial.

r s : Hon. John Denham and wife left seeks investments in Not I
who the
who holds or undeveloped properties. $2.50
1' I : thi warning on a visit to East FlorUa. Cbarleailirkchman. j
I froth, but the substantial news from all sections of the country

I ; Its FINANCIAL service is particularly complete and includes daily reports Charles Hirschman, the eldest son !, MEN'S Lace Vici Kid, Cap Toe for .
I M. Lindey of Pollard. Ala., is of Mr. and Mr?. B. Hirschman, of 127 I[ $195
1 I j 1 ,, among the business visitors here to- from all the leading financial centres-New York, Boston, Chicago, West Government street died yesterday '

Philadelphia etc. It prints the FACTS in regard to investsments and ad- afternoon. Mr. Hirschman I j $2.50

lirl, day.A.. I). Campbell a prominent law. mits NO FAKE SCHEMES to its columns knowingly. Its NOTES and QUERIES had been in ill health for some time,

i 1 yrr of Chipley is in the city on busiII department is for the special use of its subscribers and supplies them (free) but his death was unexpected. The LADIES' Lace Extension Soles for
deceased was born in New Orleans .
I !'. with reliable information on investments and business subjects. g5
,. and moved to this city with his
I f (} W. P. Brown on of Pine Barren BUSINESS CHANCES.-This is a new advertising department of the parents. He leaves a mother, father,

arrived in the city yesterday after COMMERCIAL for advertising Business: Opportunities, Investments five sisters and three brothers to $125MISSES'

Doun.YI Wanted from all of the United States. They mourn his death.
Capital etc.. parts give excellent

horn of his father on North HaylenItetrt. substantial readers. Mrs. Amelia Wei man.

Mrs. Amelia Weiman, mother $1.50

Adjutant General J. Clifford R. THE COMMERCIAL is THE PAPER FOR THOSE of Mrs. W. A. Dunham, diedat
the home of her
( t"v..t4-r daughteron
U! quite! ill at his homeatTal- BOYS' Lace Vici Kid
4 to 8 1-2
t lahss'ee. West Romana street late .51.15
MONEY AND THOSE WHO yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Wei

i !I'R! <,bt. lirittaiu returned Louie yesterday I WHO HAVE man was in her 69th year and leavesa ..........,.. -.... ..... ...... -- -.... ..... -
afternoon from a business number of relatives and friends to
trip to Montgomery mourn her death. The funeral will

t lane place at 4 o'clock this afternoon MEYER
Leopold Levy, a prominent merchant SHOE CO.
of New Orleans, arrived at the COUPON SUBSCRIPTION OFFER from St. Joseph's church. Inter- ,

Merchants yesterday. ui the ment int t. Michael's cemetery.Mrs. .
Thc New York Coaamlil U la.l/'Every Baler Monlig"

t. Oeo. W. Killebrew of Mt. Pleasant Sutacrlp, d uc-5 fctu ...IL
Louise elahunt. reel rammers for CasH oilj. 102
rVnu., arrived iu the city this morn- Will send as Trial for 3 MONTHS for Sontk Pahfu M(

tug on a business trip. if RETURN THIS COUPON. Mrs. Mary Louise Delahaunt wife
$ I.OO you
of Thomas Delahaunt ot2'n West In-

c Capt. Ed. Rowe, the well-known D.0.NAYNES&CO.,396BrosdwryNEWYORK.CLAt518 tendencia street, died yesterday "The
ti pilot, is quite ill at his home ont ?U4 afternoon after an illness of a few Cup that Cheers,
\\ l'lt Intendenciastreet.MU weeks. The funeral services will be
but "
not inebriates
is line
a writ
I .. Vera Bryant went to Milton ,, held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning;
I at St. Joseph's church.C. originally to apply to tea ; bu! l' .
i today to i-peuii some time with j HK LOST BOARD OP PUBLIC SAFETY
friends in that little city. ]I r expression adapts itself a* will .
N. Caspersen. Coffee-if of the better gradM ':' .
Gideon Murphy, a prominent tim-
i J! her man of Ferry Paxs, was |:: GeorgeV.. Stark, a young; white The board of public safety la in C. S. Caspersen died at his home I only kind we handle. We'll be .; '

i ,'t"I the vHitors here yesterday among seaman, steward of the Donna Christina session this afternoon to hear the I at WarrlD ton about 2:30 o'clock f I to have you rive! us a trial .. '. '
i t tI I I yesterday afternoon. For some time
1 I Judge L. J, Reeves has which has just arrived from report of the special committee to Ii the deceased has been employed at with a good selection' of our Kt.

I from )Marianna where he has been i Belize, was before the mayor today investigate the charges against Officer I the navy yard. The remains will 1 1i and Staple Groceries Price- .

.t \i holding a special term of court. II i charged with being dangerous and Nee for interfering with the i be brought here this afternoon and 1.I ?l anteed at

I. H. HiNon and wife of Tallahasre '' suspicious. Stark was arrested at 3 street meetings of the Salvation I I interred in St. John's cemetery. at 3 > r,
Army. It is understood that the !
murut-d hume thia o'clock this morning by the special o'clock I Pat
morningaftr committee's report in substance i is -t- fleHogh's
officers. --- -- -
u few days pleasant stay here. that there was a misunderstanding ,
When telling his story to Mayor i,] NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
R. between Marshal Credille and Otti-
Hurtle* the
genial Collier'sWf !
Jones he said that he gone to Phone I'ta.
-kly ulsuarrive(1 in the city yettrdjy *- the depot intending to catch the cer Nee and that the marshal shall i j i The partnership heretofore existing
altl'llwoulrolll Montgomery.lldward midnight train for the east; but that ,' he instructed not to have the meetings : between the undersigned under r! Corner P-iUfox and Koinatia "u'

: ,1. llau.*, 1II:111.IA' of the he had met a friend and had! gone of the Salvation: Army inter i i the firm name of Wolfe Ree-e has 'ji

t AU..ruIlivau: mills at Century is into a saloon, from whence he came feted with hereafter.Do | been dissolved, this 26th day of Februaryl9U' The U. S. Covernment l..n. :t iii .,ranted n w.:
mutualcon'lpnt.!' II j F R EE truis that our, naav MUII all olil-r 4hi.- out Intoxicated. he woke '
When want : by
the a watch ,
aauuug IJU-ltlr''<-t visitors heretoday. up you magnificent solute perfect tru_s that hold the rupturwu
this morning he found that he had for little money? If so, call on J. EMMET: WOI.KE introduce quickly| the inventor will KIV.- 1111 v
i been relieved of a valuable diamond Stephens, the jeweler he will accommodate I R. P. REESE ,I each brook Htnte.Maine.TRUSS He. don't ask, expect or want IUUU-It's free. It.C. Co.. .!liMai.t- .. I
Henry Hall, a m.uibfr of the'
Iu-t-hall'hoeCompduyof: [ Mobile, 'i1. Mayor Jones. -
.\ ... Jot lu the city today on busi- GOES CRAZY WHILE SHAVING.
-- ----
jARITI fK.- C.O $ OO.OO&OO. .
u. + i IIt. ill
Send your bicycle' down to F. B.Brure -- t

r J. L'IVP, a prominent attorney and have'it cleaned: up and a Farmer Draws Razor Across Throat, I i O o

<)fV iiucy. flL..urrav.\S: m the city pair of Morgan. & Wright brand new Slashing Interfering Negro. ; Advance Showing of

1 I r L U-t uulil and regi tfied at tile Merchant highest quality tires put on, all for Montgomery Ala., Feb. 25.-At Cotton I i For February to date FX FORTH.._.. ............ .. t' *,".;!

lif l: *. 'I $3.00. '--- Hill on Sunday morning John.'I'I, : ]Wash Fabrics and Dress Goods

J Maurice I Kaufmatm.ivier : rspreaentiug! NHW GHOCKIIV ON [Howell a farmer went crazy while ARRIVED. II |. |
th- -* Cartridge; Company: ofOrlfdiis shaving himself to go to church.A I I hutch M Anieland.l'U?. Lap Rotterdam
1 U K-iT: GOYKUNMKVr: : STIIKKT: : via I'orhTRlbot toV S Keyst-r: v Co i 8
\t"w arrived in the city negro who was looking at! him :, -- I For the Spring Season
tin* morning.J I ()
through; a window saw him draw the BAILED.
Mr. William L. :Moypr who i I" one I ny-o
: t .i. :M. ;XichoN iif Atlanta and t'. of the tuna widely known razor across his throat and rU.lll'tll: i Br bk.Veronica.Hhaw, Rio Janiero (

.\. \ .NiclioU 1.lllrl'llIllI arrived III young I frantically iu to stop him. He was <> THE BIG
,. Hi the city p.-t..rd.l) ''ifd-mom and gentlemen in the city purclrued dangerously rut up for his trouUe.! TUB Sllll'Ylti4x. n STORES

; rt'ili-tt.r..j at the .Merchant/ the Heinberg stuck and will open 1u..w \ The live but _
negro may Howell :: -
tore lit0 West Government ,| 1'Fy: !SELS IN POUT.i <> n
'l'llll' ;a number of touri-U whouaiunrini in an hour
;;street where he will be pleaded: to hTEAM-illll'S.: No
'i5'" It'.u in IVttiicola, & Metropolitan Store in the South can t'Ii'.1
; nave his friends call around and see 1! Span Ahcla.I-II.Luaarraga, to Gulf Tran- }
'i8rr miiJinl tifir intention-. III him. Birmingham Property Sld.nirminKbam. Bit 10 | More '
< a Complete Line
I. i{ > of !U.JSIl! F.-lllHK
lot 1\'ln;: l..r their tiotiie-t in th* north lu addition M the Hmiberg stock Ala. I I I I' utoli Alpba.I\U.: Lun. pn.lo S sl.Co > <;>
Feb. :!5.Th.'il.I :, ,
to Gull
"lunux the heat few dav't. < fir Inchmonit 2Hemburg 4> than arc to be here.
Ir.Iuyer: has succeeded in rur- son house a .ill.foot Luiltlin:!. located i'''I Transit 1'11Grr seen <>

I II. lltth..IIr.: -. L \V. Murphy, ch i-ii.gat a fair rate a large lot of corner of Second avenue an.1 TweUyfrst 1,' orion. l All the Latest Weaves in. Sheer 0
,r.avrif's and !is iu to tl'0 Woolen Fa ,r.
Jnph llr"un alii wife ,md, >ir-. a position trt't, was sold! IIAKKS
I Brtll!< 1t utid ,Iau hto'r. MiM I.t\', II 'jimte' prices that cannot be equalled.H jestcrday to A. '' IVnoacoU Lum. <> Waist Fabrics. Waist Cloths ,s>7Jt.v 0
T. London and David Hohtrtfor $.3. i It Alilor, 1"'7, Kt-rreto, to ,
,lifits 'I
yourarly .utroi ,
"u I'onu, 111.1.t an aar Itt,; ilitarrivili | >difc I I her t'o v
j I \...Itt at thrf Ks.'aui'.M.i.otitt : auJ -urfs all friend that. they will f"Mi.) It has a four-story l>ui'i!:r.on I It :t'I It Hianclietto, Mil, :Mortola, to KoiiiscoKrm and Grenadines. $

I IK accorded the mo-.t JI"lit andci.urteou I I and! its owners were Dr. IewiIQr.; <) >
II. n4wl.. ir.'l 1 MIa+ Florid It Cacclcfnlteretlo, M'!, Kaincrl, to KoSAiio -
ii tifjiitiieut. HP can be ris and the mrmin ham JYiist anl I pros
\t utweltwill tI.. m'trrl.I.lt "r'clock tom! j in the elegant new :- :all-bury Savings "(lmpauy. Ii. .... UocUn: also i,I,!, Nor Cttiuiijatore.llHoronkfn., : Ira \v w OUR SPECIAL O1 Fl.' Elt I XC ;
i- tyttttIg it tlie IKIIIIU ut llic hlillJiug'. s*>fan
ir'" ui ,.tin-; \lr... \V.< hiii! U'lutN't bought yesterday for $15!"i/') each a It nratd I.. ';:\.pl..r815 to Koiaico Kros' .t :W-inch 1pa, l-l.lIId IVrculf-i. Liyhtand' Dark .

tin I Cli ti.lldrtlltluet.. .tLFN.tNUF:1t (i rlIlt.: .::;;'oot lot with a ttto-stoiy 'building ,'I Nor It t',)I>"lIa.ovre!ll-V., TlW.. nuzzutu I.araeu, order toV H KeyserA 'II ", ;;.t( ) ("ylon :Madr.i-i. Si! ir' I."uthfor Hai-tf at . I u fjincl "\

DIII: .\f I'ItNhl.VNllexutder 1 on it on Third avenue, hetweM Twe To $:> Toile DeXord mid A F. C.: C lill 'hllu". >
t'i i; rrr Kii ir. the well known It FlorlrJ. I'IP..II..rlllo., to I'anxli, A Co Silk X <
tieth and Tw'r.ty.firH (v Spot phyr iinu'huin
st'eets : .
I '''I' man ntili "l.aJ fall at M-iri- ll J ties Klua: I II'J5;, lIarlolotto, tll urdrr
'. i 4 f"'* d..y* ag.t. Mi. \\u\f i, a : (}. Krere. father of Fred Xor Isatwl,11>, tt'.'e.10 h: I'll. Co 3j-inch: Wool Alhjtm-. all colts. <
I '. amiMillno! to Knsmco Bros.nor
t. ..t Mitfffrr wtth rliHinnatioUi: and Frere of thi- city, died! at Frankliu Paid For Stolen Sermons. 1 It! l.lna:Maccii.ONI.WS, FIhrr-: "n. loonier 85.00 Shirts for 83.yg this Week. $

t .t 8 i.Ktt with erutcIw.! He wiouii.r Li.. :Sunday uig;ht. Of Ilk death Norfolk 1 a., Feb. 25.: -The Norfolk I, Cut Norden.oTt, I.undlierK, toSH L ('0 <>
', ----
1 ( Hodl d ---
t'risaculatnSuiuurtti to :
t ", It
I % II titS at the loifl l wh"blah and Western railway has sent a :
the Franklin
correspondent of theNHW
I Co
j r. itch clii'|ifd uii-l lito fell to the ('hf\( k for $:::II'' to the HI'1', llines HCHDONKKS.Am > EXTIIAS : C
: I :uun. Hi* injnriP1. wets mttP- Oi leans Picayune says : < ,
: th> Haptbt minister whose 202 t sermons I ; ; J < t.. but t.,- tae.- .u.,! hll' ws- badly Franklin and St. :'o1Hlo.t one of stolen nm-ter : . .. .. . . .
-1 tJ t(I. their oldest; and IUO-t highly esteem were by a burglar from I I I Amllxtter'LucPKi.I1PR1.toI Mrsser, ;5-V, Garlandtomb K" LCo A 75htffl ll nl Para-nl, Faiw-y HaudlfA -*. .. . . . . ,4
*>d citizens; 1 I.I.t night in the death of the company's ket-pins. This amount Am Harry ;Myard-Silk, Chilfon
; --.1 3 Verrltt <'* ro ti Kuniiiiir. Blink' ami Colors.-" .rl 1 a-I,I It >
IY MI -i rt: siiou.v: Alex.' +nder n. Frere i'-ed 1p). :Mr.Frtre was allowed .Mr. hires by a board OII I i IIr)1 US, I"'Gould. to JnoAMerrltt: tl I' "iOt> Sun Honnfts. . . . . .. .. . . .....;.'.".t.. '..,i. i i. .

t! <'-. ITrr thinkrr. Itrlt.ii' I."...... comes of ;it fine family of arbitration composed of three other Co Hr ol11 ga. l''.', LeCaln toJnOlMrrrltttkr V 3,001) Men's PUff Linen 4-j.Iy Collars, in nil f.tylell. . .7'; ,<' "
French Mock. Hewasionof Mr. ministers. :Mr. hires says his se (oJP.CLKAKKU A The fiwelleit blue of Ladi/-' Oxford and .;trap :lij.pMr-. ()

Chen j'Hrrn ini i-t m. taking Adrian Fr..re and K-pi-in Fuilipr, mons were worth l.OuO.and that at' "v. ever shown in the City now on S..11'1 .

I j t I 'A.m4! kiiiil of foil or drink! that bath re-ident. of tinparili.. His ter deducting' his expenses, the award !: AND MAILED KOK fKt- Exclusive AjrPiit; for the following Celfhratf.1 Line "f S' A v
;I i ff&U.1&8.111..1- I i- not f tir to hla'iie! pireuts were both lot in the L'+-t will leave him '' HACOUA.HTKAMRHIP8.; <> QUEEN JUAMTV FOH WOMEN A
$90 for
1 a Iku'tor I'-r niurin:: th"au.t 1-land his i-ter in iNVi.: which work only the ser 'I I'airnlsla. Kr, lull at Tyne use 17dunecuitorta. X PACKAIU FOR :MEN If

('utter k< "I'{ tli"-aiidvf, people edicli hivoc jn the destruction of muns. ripen, shill uelva... Dec :is < WALKOVER FOR MK.V V
( *l a j I "ick in .I; lie IIf .til the l 1I'I et..r 'a.t d<> 10 in my M. :Mary people. !1: l'rrtiaGrr.sid Leghorn K hsVestn |> 1JKNLY :fSTKVKNS: FOIi UOVS <>

l 4 to eur. tl" in '!,.-tt u bat tins \\' ly :o'rl'rewa..ejuc.lI..J at Jelffriou Comer May Be Candidate. WinifrtHl, (i"r.llt Am,Mohilt bid Now York Kf b 11SHIPS. Y MERRiAM FOR MISSES: AND CI1ILDKF.N:: '

I Wabsolutely RPtwi-U. Tint i H to quit cotfeerta "; College and the University of Birmingham. Ala.. Ft-b. 25.-A rumor V 2.0u 15oys'Crack-a-Jack Pants 4 to )IB,. .. . .:*t< .t. "jv
: a gnat: holji will be to Virginia He left the latter in-'titu- has been joing the rounds f NIcnloAccamelt..Idl.ondonJan:7Or' :I all size one price. <)

) hlft over to I'o-tum Food Cotf e. tion .become a Confederate soldier. several days that B. B. Comer of this \ Vanloo.lt Hamburg mass i NPW Line of Jien'Trouers from . .. .. . .. . 11 -Vi. to. >
.\ cr$ "t thi-t kinJ is illustratedb and erved with con-pirnOl\5 gall m- dty. will likely I be ;''A"I'le.Gl'r.\i'.atAlllolt Kay.Unii I l.ijijo( ) pair Lidlf Fine Dangola Shoes, our regular $!.&> M,' "jj
: ; MrK Kolly, iU-Sth Ave., try all through that bloody strife a candidate for the I!! Arizonn. Nor l-W. sid Krlstol Jan is tl.+) per pair; every pair warrarted to
Democratic .sid Havre Jan 11Albton. give gatl-fact,1! ) ; 0
i liE nomination for Anna. U"r
:\\'lIrk.; X. J., who rt-tyt: i have : was severely wounded at the governor.He [(us. at Ieal Jan f\
a her+u 'tilnii' for about ijliJ yearsi battle of t Seven Pine! He was madea is a conspicuous business man anda I'i Anita H, lt,:38 at Tener.ffeNovSi: ) o 0
ith l ilii tg.. trouble md indi- etion. *- captain of 'A suave; under Colonel man of wealth but has been Identified Annlbal Nor bid Genoa Uec 21

Kvery doctor told Inc to piveup Copputz. Later tie served on the very little with politics. He has ': Atlantic., Nor.Nor sid Arend-A'II >l a lay Uec Jan:! lCarlphll ?.t
: I
c"lte.. i laughed at the idea: of'o *tall nf General F:. Kirby Smith andat been one of Johnston's prominent supIKHtPrs. ', Cognatl. It.vjj, alMarBPSIIr9lanlt: !JUitltnin loljnson Ion. g
{ t :IrH liurtinj me, until about three the close of the war had the rank Duocrai; 'Nor Bid Kelfast Jan IsElnkoon
He has .
very actively! opposed ::
of brevet Kus std Ta1l 811) Jan :
1 Year iu'o I wa-i hkflll very bid audI mijor. Returning to St.
had have doctor attend Mary after the war, he some of the policies of the rallro ad1ans.ltbldPRlennnOPCY ..
I t-) u me reg engaged iu I Magctalena. Nor, sid Montevideo Dec IDXordlyset. 0
ularly. the drug buine--. in which 'he commission for several years past. Nor, sid Flume Deci,
continued C. ..$"'
j't I The lector refu-ed to let me: to hii death. A. an evidence I, Nontro Padre.It., sid>)\Lellh sid Cap Jan 12i Town Jan 11ollveMouat.lt $ ...."" 6 O

h the collee, hut pre-cribed PjitumFoml of the warm attachment of his; many: i i Woman Jailed for Assault.! i I L'mberto I, It, bid tienoa j an 4hCHOONEKS. -

s.4 ( Collet*. I *oon cot to nHkin? friend, he was elected shentl of St.. !I Birmingham, Ala.. Feb. :25: -;\Irs.I : : The Last Heard Of It."My The finest line of
ut It -> well that I could not tell the Mary three time+, 'i Kate 1'Llman M Law, .lmeld! Portland, )fie, Feb little "t- r
Meachin .
a white woman. has: boy took goods and silver
f l ,' ililr icein I**te b .twe..u Poituuiuud :Mr. Frere was married three times, I I croup one novelti
I been jailed here on the charge of assault night and soon grew so bad you found at J. I. Stephensplease
his first wife
i the common collee. being a Mi+s Smith. ; I pay the printers to tell you about ,could hear him breathe all all.
Mr. Leonard Frere i with Intent to murder aPr hns I over the
l'4 "I bt-uan to improve right away of New Iberiasurvives the biz bargains in furniture. If house: ," says F. D. Reynold, Mansfield I
.4D.1 hays! never had a biliou ..peil l thf< union His; second I band. Tin. warrant was sworn out you mi.=s them it i is your fault, not O. "We feared he rin

a -iiico jrivin/ up CUtJr'A and takiujr on wife was MN* Fo-ter. si i..terof ['nit. 'I I before Justice Abernathy and th! rase l I mine. Yours truly, O. M. Pryor, :2U I I but a few doses of One would:\ die'l Latest t Styles oft I'

P,i-tum. When -tarted I weighedKH f d :-\t'lte"t'n.lt'r: )Murphy. Fos- 'j t II will be heard next Thursday. It ?,s alI i,; and 22 West Government street. Cough Cure quickly relieved ,,

I poundnow I weigh 130. My ter. Dr. T. F. Frets of'Glencoe, I 'leed; she cut her husband u Itt. a -- --- .and he went to sleep. That's the niture borYiltinJ
Inendak what his! made the i U the only child of this union. The If you want a nice present to give for parlor,
r ehan.te :and of c.Mire,.. I tell them it i third wife, Mi-s j Lula Cle cough like
W34 leaving oil cootie and, taking! upI Judge John Jleiri, of New Orleans 'j night. elegant: line of suitable articles at ?" "One cure that valuable

Pti I.tUI11.1 I survive* him. Nine children of his i I J. I. Stephens, you rarely can find safe Minute Cough Cure I is $ Quina's.CASTORIA.

know hu
4 back to the old fashioned cot!,e Frere was buried with Masonic Birmingham. Ala., F b. 23.; -John W.I I( want anything in the Diamond line ly.bronchitis coughs and all, colds other, croup, grip,

i "jf!ain. You can: use my unie: it you Sonora I Tomlinson has a telegram; from New I|I be sure to see him before you, buy.IIKL1' lung troubles! it is a certain throat and
1 I I cuie.
1j i I print this letter for I am not I York stating that his former law
part Very pleasant to take. The little
+ j ashamed to have the public know Tramps Killed In Wreck. I.LE: 11 AN'rl.n. For Infant and Children.
ner. C. A. Mountjoy. Is safe. : ones like it.
ar lust what I have to say about Pos I I Logansport IA., Feb. :25.: -A wreck'I It was Hargis' Pharmacy
lung and what it baa: denefor me." occurred near Joaquin Tex., last nIght,' reported that Mr. Mountjoy was lost :! SPLENDID) wages with paid us. Can men earn who scholar-learn I John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. The Kind You Hare Always Bougl
in the Park Avenue I
1 hotel
( Cleaning ladies skirts and waistsl five cars being ditched and two tramps fire. The i t chip board,toots and iraniportalioa if de- t The most reliable preparation for
I body of lion. Gaston A. Robbins who tired two months required; luo! wanted to' Bears the //
killed kidney troubles
freight train the
on No. 9. on market is
star Laun | Full
of specialties
our : particulars
one II lost his life in the fire will be prepare for spring rush. rNewavrlmRns- 81&u&ture or f.k//t7 ::
brought Foley's Cure.
Kidney W.
dtty.J are not obtainable. I led. Molcr Barber College, A. D'Al-
back! to Selma_ _for. 'Y'Lal. '. I Il La. :!'st

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