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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
April 25, 1900
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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

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SOUTH AHMCAX WAIt.t'epencr t

\ ill Not Y -; heH'.It'1II ; .--- IMPORTANT EVENTIN ".'

ACilte. Friends IJf'llne Hr Will He :Made Brig. Instrument Molen lit INio i''oulltI.\tt ,.f.
DAMAGE ENORMOUS adlrrln Ht'gttlarrln '. IK Yean.Coi.rMBrs .
LONDON April 25.; -On breaking BRITISH GlOSING IN ) t
bivouac ytsterday morning Oen-s. I;. -MUOMERT: Ala., April 21.-Goveraor TURKISH AFFAIRS Gi., April i.-A! letter ..

Barbant Johnston has received a letter _. has been receive d by Joel Bash, an old
and Hart di-covered that -- -
c dHf':1S Around Meridian from General Jjseph Wheeler resigning citizen of this place, Inch adds another
the Boers, who had fallen back Important Developments Expected -, Germany and Russia Now
Worst Ever Known. Monday toward \\Vpener had advanced his s-at ia congress.: It has been! known chapter to the history of u famous old .

during the night several In Near Future. fjrome tune that GeueralVheeler Direct Sultan's:: Policy. ft Ml. In IMO a fiddle, made in Italy I

miles nearer Straus' farm and from but ui I7il brou. ht tie Yirfiiiw
were -- contemplated retiring congress: was ; to >rgia by -
RAILROADS ARE BLOCKED in a favorable position for resistance. it wa not until yesterday that his resignation ; ( loluicc. trudtrs. Tiny got iuMtrounle
It "earned Monday that On. Dalegetty's BUNDLE IS FACING ENEMY reached: the governor.General I Eti. GEORGE; V7ASHBURNI'rfsl'nt in Chnttaliooi county and ,

little force at Wepener was --- : Wheeler's resignation of his the title fell into the: hands of a salooneepei .
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U i hr 1:1I.111I.lire: Not WashedlirtiiN practically relieved but the offen- seat in of course, that '. Aftr his death it was sold forlloii ,
ive attitude of the Ur.ibant and Hart :Moving: t'p to i'ro- congress IDt'aus. \ of Iuh -rts' College\ In Con-
Is Pi.c: l several: l FeetIralllc B ers yesterday; he: has been assured by tht president of : : in Itaikttoods Mttleineut. A few
show that this idea was erroneous. trt-t Ills Klglit-Krruch and 1'olet'urcw appointuicnt-) a bngadiership m the staut.nop, <.l\e-. lIKtoi)' of i _.!tical year before the civil war it fell into the

'annul lie IteutuetU I British operations east of Bloem- Ai irOMchliis From Hlix-nifon- reguLir unity.Jn.t Transition of hands!' ,..fIr.. lu 1M)5. during

,. r. '...1\\.1... fontein increase: in importance with w heii this ap w'intluont will be iiiplre-irrmaii) Wilson's ram, his I'Onlill this city wad
each day's news. What at first appeared tcla-IIrltlsii Defeated \Vepeuer. made is ui.t known as the general lum- and 1.1. (i.'t broken njien bv soldiers! and robbed of
'\. ..b.pril tl.-The rise j to b" 1&111t
movement for 1 "Itf'Ulll. including the fiddle.
attention, icentered .. snit h.B no definite oa that
the relief of W LoSlJos.111121.11 aarame NK-.V: Y>::K, April 21! fl.'v. Dr.
atis1 I. file rainfall I Iight has Bash heard
) heavy t'l'eut'f developed point but he is sitisiied that it will lit no more uf the fiddle
'. ; ha.s uliout rained and a I' into an operation on a large scale. on the interesting though: eoniplicated during President Mi Kiulev's: t..rlUI I(, Goorgf Wislibuni pn'sid.-at of Kjbert.- yestcrdav-:{." yars Liri-r-when he re- I Il'eiVt..1
Saving the garrison at situation in the southeasternportion letter from his in Ruing
Wepener a brother

college, s'akilig
of of ce. C.'aautim,1d, ": at a
,..rixrted! with fur. I
: | no has become, only an incident of the of the Orange! Free State, fr<,iu Tiie nr-t opvirtum'v; of that kind will dinner of th> Brooklyn Congregational San lu.!., who has found a violin
:-> ui'thiurfof the difficulties eeu ral movement which his for its ( I near there which he is siitisfied from thdcorrespciuding
wlkh le\elopmtnts of the ntnio4 im.1"lrtUII'l'lIIu"t b. jireMiit.'il in June, when General club lest ,
,_' 111' re-umjitioii of traffic ou object the enveloping of all the Boers Merritt will retire. It is possible that night .said: of make, date etc.. is Uw
in the future.
\ \\ U.-It-ails and XoithwesterujuUi'd on Lord Roberts' flank and it I'II-UI' near Genial Wheeler will then lw transferred "Thd politi-al transitions which have same: instrument that he lost. The fiddlo -

.. Iruiii the fart that will probably merge into a general General Rundle, it will be seen, has to the regular; establishment.: to t-u pia.e in Turkey in the last few HE.S sent south to Mr. Bush at once..

advance on Krooiisrudt. been confronting the Boors at Di wet'sdnrp That: is 1:1I1.I the Grosvenor bill piv>- ,., years are the important that haveooeuired'irf distance of 40 mile from A cordon
i is now stretched around SERIOUS SHOOTING AFFRAY.
m force than he ,idlfur
strongei cares to the appointment of tlineestra
m.les'of track will hays Lot three sides of the Boers. '1 h. Brit years in the empire. You
.n to
engage; aud so he is marking time. jH-nd- brigadier i"'ut'rl&ls from among thevolunteer ,,
Mi have about 40.UM men while the have probably: rea I of some .t'nIllUll''u- TIgiirr Wounds Hooks and Ills Sou
tuft f--r the arrival of Genera i.flii-ers is
'i .1 I cat: :2'JJ bug, lug support.Vhile enacted bflore that
nnrelv hllnlith dirt and Boers have only about 15.tM'O( so they Rundle is preparing to strike IX ','- time. This !bill was introduced order ces-Mn; obtained by the Ud--ian gov- Alabama..

> ,'I'ar..l.I (!It. nut n..I.t over ,hick 1I1U"t move quickly if they escape et's dorp Generals Biabaut aud Hart that the pre"id'-iit. might; appoint{ reneral eruaient.ll, there is a story iim11 Htx>K<, Ala., April ::t. Saturday

"I trark is swinging.: retired being urrounded. One line of retreat ; ire pushing along the frontier of Basntnlaud Whet lerGenenil Fi7.h:16 Lee and Gen1 fted with the re iron of three nvt'r trestles and by way of Lady Brand is yet where they will lw able to frustrate -1 anal James II. Wilxjn. ,. war broke out in the Transvaal the known
merchant this who in
I*anug of numerous landslide. open. : any aturk on General Kiimllrf'j I i In tiu meantime General Wlieeler Is kaiser went to dmstantmople and eur- at place,

TV i* no d -:-iait record of the eonn The escape or capture of the Boers right and Generals French and Pole- on wuini..? orders' as a brigadier general nod helm a reward for keeping his! also 1..srlll\.I..r. was! the M-eno of a terrible

further ....uth. but it U mild to In should be deternnn d within the Carew are anpn\8.'hill" from Bloemfon- of v.lnUf't.r1. He devotes his limn to hands, out of the affair It was a confession "hllutinCharll's H. Tiguer AI
.ily MS mid. The Mobile aud Ohio ,,. next few days aud the result will'1 tein to ba, the Boer line of retreat lookiu; alter the interests of the pwple for all this railr.Hds+ in the west-1'I well known young manciit into tbd )

,,.1 A mixed train south to Quitumuutteruoou. have an important bearing on the I I northward. I I of the Ei"hthlubarna district and will era jwrt of Turkey for the Germans. 'I store in an intoxicated condition and became -

< Between here and there ,1 I war. I I In the meanwhile the burgher forces mtimw to do so until his !snovswr a* Th>'v conces.;nus gave the Germauathe disorderly flourishing a pistol
Lord Roberts cables that the Brit. I, Thaba N'Chu in si- the of that district right to construct all the railway! in He from the
track baa been laid aruuud the worst j. occupying are a p) representative comes was ejected store by H:" .
awes mid through cotton folds.rVy i ish occupied Dewetsdorp this morn. I Linn to fight a delaying action, giting1i / upon tin atxne. Asia Mia )r west of a hue from Cou'xtautinoplj his liOn Will and his pistol taken

,'Uil Quitmau the audition U ing. the Boer forces at Dewets dorp and ----- to the Persian gulf from him. Signer went nay and see

'daily as bad a* en the New Orleans 'i The sharp fighting in the vicinity I 1 I Wepener time to retire iu case of defeat, i I ENTIRE TOWN WIPED OUT. "It now appears that as! Germany'!i,l cured a shotgun, returning to the! store,

Northwestern aud Alabama and 'of! Boshof Saturday resulted in the and it seems u though General Frenoh 1 1j made a compact! with England, so Ra.ssia and blazed away on both father and sun.

ru'kburF./ .' 1l'\.ad officials state that :'British retreating, leaving fifteen I'I'I !j'''I must dispose of this Thaba N'Chu forcebefore Pan IK-a destroyed Entailing Loss: of has made a bargain with Germany, seriously wounding both of them.

traffic cannot be resumed before Monday i dead ana three wounded on the I he can reach the rear of the Boer I Over $ ,oOOOOO.SAS I| :As Germany is to construct all the roads i I Tigner was arrested and placed in

r Tm-sday of next w eek at the earliest.i field. The Boers also captured ten force opposing Generals Rundle and 1 ANTONIO, Tex., April 24.-Acj in the western part of the empire, so is Settle jail. He comes from a prommer ;

-- prisoners.! i t i Brabant otherwise his dank will be i i Russia to construct all the roods in the i i family in Menwether comity Ga. and
cordm to advices received here Pauuca I
DAMAGE TO THE RAILROADS. I j I open to assault. i j' t extern. part. These two powers! with ,, is a son-in-law of Mike Delay of 1I8tohf.
--- -- Biro Boer n nPttr. The Boers driven out of L.'euwP Mex., one of the most important trading i the consent of England, are dividing chnbl",*>, Ala.

\\ Ill HP corral iay. Before Full NEW YORK, April 25.-Th. Woman's will probably rally at Thaba N'Chn, towns uii the Mt coat of the republic Turkey into two spheres of influence in -- ---

Serb k. I. Krstore-l. Auxiliary League of the Boer where a stiff fight may ba expected. of Mexitij, tit<) miles west of the seaportof 1 the belief that when the final partition NORTH CAROLINA CAMPAIGN t
Relief Fund Association will give a i f :Should: the British fail in this attempt comes the sphere which is under German
New Oati t\", April 24.-Tha railroad benefit in aid of the Boers at the to bring about another Paardeburg it Taaipico, has been completely destroveil. indolence will become German and Greatest Political Hattle More IMTtf ,

,situation hAre ,shows some improvement. Metropolitan House this evening. must immensely affect the larger issues Panuea is a town of 11,000 the sphere! which is under Ha uii: control It Now In I'rogre'

ihe .*vice has been almost completely At a recent meeting of the General of the war, a.s it will undoubtedly lead 1 people n the Pannea nver. Thatched ,, will become Russian. RAt.EI0B.p1i1 24.-The greatest pohtical -

luti nnpled for ten days. At the Illinois Relief Fund Association, Bourke.I to a persistent repetition of the guerrillatiwtios i i root adob. houses and modern frame "By mobilizing troops upon his herders battle that has been fought in
Cockran, the chairman, said : "The which have been largely responsible :i business blocks surrounded by brush the two jowers have compelled the i
t ntral local offices it was claimed tout '.'heart and mind and sympathy for the penning up of Lord Roberta huts, constitute the city. Everything sultan t'i agrc' to this. The line between j I North Carolina since 1STG: when nnd>r )
the IIH > lino is at",aiu ulw'n. but the full the great American Republic are at Blocmfontein for so many weeks.: went down before the flames, a.; there the two spheres of influence runs the leadership of the lamented Zeb

wrvice will nut attempted for a day with the noble and intrepid men During the course of General ..tnders were: no tire fighting apparatus in the from a little town on the Black !wets to : Vance, the IX-mocrats wrested the state

two. Owing to conditions trains wIn who are gladly eaenflciuir their \ advance on Leeuw kop the Canadians city. The 1.....a will aggregate, i,223,000. I the Persian gulf. This U the arrangemeut i from Republican control, has j jI juiftI

not bo able to make schedule time until lives and their property in the cause found themselves in a tight corner Eight men were severely injured i: the sultan has been compelled to opened. .

the ruidltfsjs dry out. Train are operating of right and 1'berty. We must show Sanday near DotLk.rpoort. The Canadian through the explosion of a government accept and the arranarcment that has I The issue, forced by the Th.tIIllCrattl.l.. .

over the Mississippi Valley but them that though Wli caunot aid i mounted infantry went out to small arms storehouse. When the |3500X ,- meant: s-) much politically to the Tur.- "white supremacy"adisi-ontmuanc '

the mate is not in gmid ..harlC. There ism them in their holy war by our stalwart -I reconnoitre the Boer position und ap ) distillery of Castillo & Cia caught ish government m the last few weeks. ,, of negro rule and negro political domination .'} '

,''hancc: in tint Louisville and Nashille armour hearts arts with them." }coached within JU*> yorJs of a fermi i II! tire a mob of peons stole' large quantities I in the eastern section of the state -i'

\ Mttuition. The disaster! at West The ad vance sale of boxfs has been int the hospital flag under COUT of of agrardinnte, a fiery Mexican I Ffrruuzh; Bey Warns Porte.Co.NsTASTiNOPLE lu a number of tho counties of which !\.

PtuxHKnuLiLascjmplitely checked the etiol mou" The Prince Balm Palm, which the Boers opened suck a hot fire I brandy. In a short time they becamei : April ;24.-Theporte j I oiolthey constitute the majority and '
movement of freight trams and cut in chairman of the Woman's : unable violently drunk and but for the vigorous, where fist f.
AuxilIary on the Canui.ans: : that they were I has received telegrams from the Turkish ;I through the Republican fi;.; -
two the jasoenger nerure.. Ouly one has enlisted the cooperationof to attempt t<> retire until another force of avtion of the Mexican Infantry would I: party and lately through the Kepubh- r.'! .
tram ffl'lUUI.I the north i is have done much violence to the homeless minister at Washington, Ali Ferrough ; .
to being op. many social leaders who are assisting Canadians, cohered their retreat bv can-Populist "fusion" IlIlrty. they have fI {
i-ratctl. A full resumption of serviceovtr in her effort to swell the million threatening the rear of the Boer po.itii persons. 1: Pay pointing out the bad impression i held high carnival and full political ,_
the IjnuisulU* awl Nashilil. is im- dollar relief fund which is being >n. The fire started in the distillery and created in the United States by the non sways

{.....ltIJo. in.ul<> "f tai dll 's. raised to Bid the widows and or- REtlRlTHURRIEDLY. wan carried in every direction by a payment of the indemnity due and announcing Many so-called "bitters" are not ;
phau of the Boers. BOERS 40-rail an hour wind.He thedeterninatiuuof: the Auieri ,
I :, medicines, but simply liquors disCussed ,..:
LOSS OVER HALF i ican insist
MILLION. government to on a promptsettll'm..ut
Driven From Their l'o.\tI"ullrltbb\ that seeks finds." lie that so as to evade the law.
Hi it l'jz..lmm..nli-llt: of the claims.
DuiikhorM. ;
Illinois rapture Many iilflea.LEtirw fiuds i PRICKLY ASH KITTKRS is not one of ':
OntrHl :MiHcrcd to That t;\ takes Hood's Sarapanlla
BROOKLYN April -2:;.-Bob Fitz- i this class., It is strictly a medicine '
trill From Flood.JUKON oIimmunothe KOP, April 24.-The Boers retired its Use pure, rich blood auJ consequently ALLEGED KIDNAPERS HELD. "
ex-heavyweight cham- health. acting primarily on the kidneys,
Miss., April 24.-The regular pion of the world will meet Ed from their positions here so hurriedly good Ahlno and !'Iubrorrl'.tl'd Marietta: liver and bowels and for the dangerous .

stht-dnles wens resumed over the DiuikhoM, 'the human punchingbag that they left a quantity of ammunition : diseases that attack these

main line of the Illinois Central but wtvu ," from byractKe. at the HerculeA. and manv rifles behind th..nt.When ISSUES OF THE CAMPAIGN. and Taken to .Maeun. organs it i/ a remedy of the first -
C., tonight in a twenty- thu Warwickshire took MACOS, April 24.-The two men, W. grade. There is nothing objectionable -
t ii- [city and New Orleans this morning round bout. Fitz has shown regiment, Democrats Jive Their Views on tad- C. Alvin anti Srtbro with 1 in its it has
great the farmhouse at the: foot ot the ridge:, ) lung charged taste, a very agreeable -
ai d train are now running through form lately having defeated Jetl i the BoPr' pompom{ inflicting no dam- Ing: (Questions of Day. : kidnaping were brought Kick to this :i flavor and is acceptable to the
ii' fh \\3"111111 time. Thorne and Jim Daly, both of whom 1 delicate stomach. Sold
NEW YORK 34. Following is by
Bjre the Welsh rl'jnmt'utalvauI'I..llI.l"II: i April a 1 Lut afternoon from Marietta
bo-ill railroad officials estimates the were defeated in ] city by I
one round. Dunk- lIannah Bros.FOUNDER .
i Warwickshire's left and appmadirdtlie of the replies from 23: Democratic _

1'Uillj.'t': to the road trout high waters hoist was rated as a coiner two Officer Amerson. Preston Everett the
ridge, eiiwnoiu'ing a lire.
mid the sul M-queut loss trod delay to years ago but since then first-chts, I'I'h'n the 13.ersfid they cross were obliired national committeemen to qnes- boy, returned with them. i, OF HELENA DEAD. '

truths at ,:.( OlAwl, >. pugilists as Joe Chovnski and Gus to move for some distance along the sky tins regarding: the campaign issues and; I The bity staled at the police station

The ALunaUi; and Vicksburg: road Huhlin slmp'; punched Dunkhor-t lice and the artillery planted! a shell[ canditlato.s: last aft'ra'II.Vh"l1 questioned, bunt hei Man Who Located That Town Wui

i tw':> to gH regular tram.-.-> through MM all over the ring/ and it would not bea with it i left oa his own accord with time two men i Native: of ieorgln.
great bursting just:
accuracy Anti-imperialism as a leading i'iSue.
dian by tomorrow ui;;l>', us the surprise if Fitz accomplished the ,I 'brave the Boer rolling three :, ''I I laud that he was not carried away byforce Ilu.ENA Mou.. Anril 24.-The recent
over anti issue
21; -trusts as a leading 21;1'i
.. charged.I're I
r r i falling wry fast. same feat. After his an was
walloping. h"rO'I.It money question as a leading issue! 16; ud that ho did not the I drath at Acworth Ga., of John F. 'I
Duiikhorst will to Loch i +m A go on '
--- L. I., whore he go will Harbor appears that General Dil'kiuSt)1I1l1't aiiti.militarism u a leadiug issue 6. I same train with Alvin but l.-ft on the I Cowan, removed one of the most noted .
PLUMBERS STRIKE. train Jim Jef- with opiKisiti-m, the Boers tiring their Chi platform will be reaffirmed
JSOON !| fries! for hu fi jht_with_Jim i Corbett.The i rifles at long range. Their plhitlllu11... 20 I ; noncommittal''agu: as to Chicago plat j noon train This statement is not cur I early day characters! Iwell as the .
train ,
lull\ stand by Jouriifjinru In Thdr11.wr i! one of great natural strength. : torn :3: Dewev's candidacy not taken r't 11V'I'r., as there is no iiijou founder of this city, and unlike most y ,'
fro here Atlanta.
\\llh Coiitraotori. Kentucky MuddleFKIXJORT. I General Pole-Carew's admirable disposition i seriously 11: foewey's candidacy would' j i They:!! will bat confined in jail unless men who opened ground that IJr..IUCt'I.l ;, .'

"HI \'HApnl :24.-Plunib tU'4 have April 25.! -Ex.Governor of his force thoroughly: puzzledthe I nut hurt Bryan 13.: :i they give Iwnd, and. it is the intention of I millions of dollars he left the mineea. .;

_ MI tnke. At a 11I1..liIlK'hit'h ex- Bradley, chief counsel for Gov Doers, who were unablo M see thei Eryan by acdama.tion. 8; Bryan nnani I| Mr.: Everett to push the prosKntionagainst with a fortune, which hek pt and added '\ ; .
ernor'I'aylur, will leave to-night for direction of the attack owing to the I I 1
i. i iruou.sly on t first 11l11lot. 13: ; Admiral them despite the fact that his to in Liter years. Cowan was even in
l led over ft1n>ut an hour the plumbersanunnnsl Washington to the i
deep "pruit.Thl'
for nee
argue governorship Sthley president, 2: no personal 1 : sun stated he left on his own accord. those days considered an unusually brave i ,
: that) they would stand by the contest rae ia the supreme i British artillery was unable to. choice for vice president 16; Cummings, --'- --- man; in the language of friend, "H I'

I'tm! .'r< journeymcu. The now stnkd: court Monday. Opponents of Taylor join the right in time to reply to the SuUer VanWyck Williams, Pl&tti80nand !! An Honest Medicine La Grippe. wasn't afraid of the devil" and ibis ", s'-
: !ay that the relation between Brad Boer gun which was shelling the mounted Daniel 1.
,:ii-d direi-tly at the contractors and (each) Geo. W. Waitt of South Gardiner. trait saved him hiii wt alth on more than :i,
and The shells
ley Taylor are near the point of infantry vigorously. i I Ion.. orrasion. :
I. c !t its to complete with union labor : an open rupture. I however, burst 300 yards hig'a: and did Att.mpttd Murder and Suicide. 1 I Me., !says: "I have had the worst! ". t
Cowan invested! bin gold in successful /
lumluni: jobs on large bnildmttstr 1 1
( It is stated that GeneralIVwet j
no damage. PinLADELPin April 24. William cough cold chills and grip and have
i ,
un Tenement House holds the waterworks with I
.lll\hlrlwwdli uf the labor war I Disas'er.NKa' a: Khan formerly of Richmond, Ta., and I I taken lots of trash of no account but thinning and cotton mills and died rjnit '' :
i force. The Boer who held Leeuw ( .
*' joiirueymt'ii plumbers who quit YORK April .-.\ six-story :[ k.p strong trekked to the ea tward. G-uienil said to be an e1 state senator of Vir- :, profit t,) the vendor. CliamberliinV ,' wealthy lhissearchforgoldwusalont ,
tenement oa Fors-yth street burned 1 1 "i i is the thing that and until the last .
w : numbered 2.i.: making a total ofi : : Cough Remedy only one mOnf'nt promised :
this morning. Three childienwerekilled French sent out a body of cavalry to the i ginia tried to kill himself and his wife! f
has don whatever I have failure. He downcast
{ good only was never a ,
i rt plumbers now on strike. any
ix; south and few shots heard but ; Lulu
three were j a were at their home here last night He
severely injured : used one oO-cent bottle and the chills. however and the old timers at their annual .
and several others [ apparently the Bi>ers do not hold strong cut his own throat and badly woundedJ
narrowly escapedby recounted his
cold and grip hive all left me. I gatherings always
Sew: Are I.+shtiuiteannmber being carried out through the position* anywhere in dose proximity tlJI I his wife, trying to kill her. Family congratulate the manufacturer of an cheerful nature and persevering spint.HA .'

of arc lights; are tla Illes. i the Leeuw kop. troubles! are said to have led to the deed honest medicine." For sale by Han- dill from natural causes at a .s
i The shelling of ""arrl>nt,1I1 was resumed rip
and other --------- i nan Hro and all' medicine dealers .
-c l>y Foundation. age. ;
Cotton Quotations. yesterday morning(, the fire being/: Fntlrelyl'Ithout: ----- I _. .

I,:hoot the city, greatly to the NEW YORK, April -Cotton i ls directed at the British nver Redoubts', LONDON, April Investigation ol 1 I Runaway ruin tV'reeked.St'itsNTOS To Tap Sflloar.1Ir Mnr.i .''. t

autagenf: their trade. The coins quoted to-day as follows: May i \\ hich are steadily ht'inpusht.'ll for: the rumor circulated here and cabled t<3 J I i i WINBORO, S. C., _'r o., j
\\ard. The Bin-rs apin-ar to be in strou, ei Pa., April 24.-A train of \ln12-1.-Uainto
employees have been engaged; tf.3rt; July, l .33; October 8.18; January force down the river and tht''t'llIIanrv the United States that Mrs. Jamni I men <>f this phase are contemplating ': .
the mountain
32ars ran away cm gradeof 1''
"': tin week in replacing the S.01. _. __ __ i patrols are frequently sniped. It is eon i- Brown Potter having been divorced I formation of I(couijAny to build a rail' :. .1
-- Delaware and Hndaou
-"\'le burners with new ones oft u fidi-iitly believed that imj>nrtant -Ifrom her hnsb,tnd by mutual consent, the new steam road from Wiiinslioro Camden where _
:".- improved pattern, and .wmllb llurnetl.MUSETTE. opmeuti Lire not far off. \\ shortly. to be married to Lord hitch,! railroad i.nosing! the Morictt mountainso i the Seulmtrd can lie tapjd. The chs- f't -
.1)) biNines *-Xick Apore '- Wis., Apnl 24.-Fire at !b. ,' Carbundale amid jn'-sduld last '
place ? ever of Khartmm. shows the story t I tw emi i toiice will I- about :;> miles i an air M : !
"ta rant and other*-have Atkinson, Mich, destroyed two sawmills IWr Hiillftln JrllUrt"I.tor)'. be without foundation night.: The engine jumpi-d the track on line 11 1 be M'urt.1 1 .

lights; put in, of the new of the Metropolitan Lumber com 1 PKFTOKU.: April 23.-An official bul a !sharp curve, drawing the tram after. r l'
Tu'IIt'\\! lamp I* a cast im'lit. The cars were piled in an indescribable Hdlf the Town 1..tlfl. ; :
Loss. betwt en $+0,000 and |100000. .. letin i-.>tied here says: a .t ,
.... combining the bet dist pany. heap. On. man via. killed and sc-vt cal Hot -TON, April Jl.-Half the bain ;
: The lumber was piled in the yards i "The Federals continue. their fiuhtins -

'<"featureof the incandescent the arc ,lizhteof the and escaped the (tunes.. at Wept-mraud have captured a herd i. Jeperal Debility others injured.- ----- "I-ril.n"f frlv'tJ, Tnmty county, .
--- of Brabant cattle nod hores.DoMt's 1'loneer Ufo&tl. I 1 La.oIl".n'flf".1 out I'.Y fire. The lss. 1. I
'"!'inj inclo-ed in a nl'lrlyair-: Jllsslonarj ,
; BIg Fire In Kalrnumnt.FAIRMOVM losses at Dewct's dorp wa* You feel it in the will amount to user jii),(yjO; in-urance 4
of Spring
:I'ItH10 prevent loss power LE Kan., April 21.Rf.v.. !
wind. Ind., April 24. Fire one man kill d and su oandcU Th c You're tired nervous irritable and 'VENWORTH about il,.( Xl. 1
which starteil at midnight in the ware Briti-h lust 20 capmred, killed and I have no appetite. "Stomach's oul: J. G. Pratt aged !:Ij. died halt kight atI' 11;. I I -- i{ ,
wonudod. The Bnti-h are retiring lw. He carne toKan.u.sinlS37r ( b.tlp,"I.c.hl.ILl'r Head. t'
.1 i ah I'.ros'. are agents for I) sheds of Wilson McCullooh's fruit jar of order, you !save You need Ho ; .
( u.rh Cure, D.arrhiea llind factory destroyed :(w I l'Jtr.load!! of yi'iid l'wrt'll1nrp. tetter's Stomach Bitt"r*. Your b->. as, a Baptist missionary and established i NEW YOKK .\prt 24.- Charka G. t ; '

I Witch Ha el Salve. Theytte finished jar Los-.s. I l."iOXiOiu-iuraace( ( ; "Cronje rei"'rt:! that with a stron Z need replenishing. It is full of th'e a mission on the present site of the FortI Sta"htlN, hl'ad.the cigar W olM k. ,. .1 s.
command he attacked}; the British uortt:I poisons of winter. The Bitters will;:I Lcmveuworth and later he was atPiper. .
all three of thps.. prepara- agent M'a.-belbrrg & Cu, is dead tC ki
tO.I < ;, : ;
,I _,_ of Bosh.if. A heavy engagement followed idrive them away. It puts the -. 0 11
it cheerfully refund theto sys _. home in this city aged AJ.Jit j .
\ one who uses them l"O'rnlo1'Ialol: Trip and the English werednven from 1 tern in good condition bv caring all I ; ., .

at being any; benefited 1'ricei: NEw YORK April 24.-The new Cu- kopje to kopje. The federals displayed I such; ailments as dyspepsia indige'. Bi*hop J. 14. Key wrote, : TKETHISA -, (lit}: A" COIJi IN I"B 'HAY "t :. :t{,
and resolution and Teething Powders .
was ;
ach. Ivernin arrived in courage tion constipation and prevents tn \-" Take Le.zstlve Bromo tutaD! Tablets. AM # ,
nard steamer port today wily chased the enemy in the directior I !laria fever and ague. APritatrKcv satisfactory than anything we eve r rUitt-I. refund the rnnn-. I it fain to t '

Give your orders to the from Liverpool and Queenstown on i of "Boshof. Only two burghers wen enue !tamp covers the neck of tiu e u fod. box.ture. roc:, W. (ron', tl jLacnrx n oa etc! 1,4 .' I tt'" _
her nuideu trip. wounded. The British lost 15 mer I bottle. 3 j I. .

drivers or phone 213 for __ killed and left three wounded and eighipnsoners 't. Oats corn hay, chops. Mackerel whole codfish t ;t'
Anything in the grocery .r..ld..Dt at Canton. in the hands! of the burghers.! The King Hostetter'sT I cotton seed t
hulls cotter
Ime Prompt delivery. H. CANTOS 0., April : President and[ i The Conje referred to is! Commandan'' L Fulton Market oornod f.: 1 t -

uller's, 400 South Pala- Jjv. McKinley and party arrived hew, Cronje, second son of the famous BoeiI i tr of Stomacli L seed meal bran, etc.. at HMailer's. beef and mince meat at H. .-i' j : (>

I general now a prisoner! on the island o>: 400 South Pala, fox street. Phone 213. .; 11 o'clock this morning. 1 t. Helena- Spring Tonics Bitten I fox street. Phone 213. fox street., Phone SouthPala'j 213. .,, ..a. j fm": "

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..., : SAW Dempsej-s FRAXCI.SCO Held, \pril23.-The For Murder. dead i I Qhas. H. Turner Its

| 9. 9 9. 9. w V V body of Charles Burke was found at A Wife Says : ,

midnight in front of a house on Xatoma

RIGHT l> occupied by John Ifempsey and I -= .ARCHITECT
.4 DON'I FEEL street "Vc have four children With the first t
wife who said Le had been kiH.>d by I
falling down the front step Hi watch three I suffered almost unbearable pains from AND
Do wake up in the morning tired and unre- L I and $23 were found secreteO' in the house 12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under -
you and the Dempseys were arrcsth-L On' the influence of chloroform. I used three '"

t freshed? Do ) ou perform jour daily duties rAI March IS William Gill was found dead ; bottles of Mother's Friend before our last General Contractor .pi

miss the vim and at the Fame place, under similar circumstances '
? snap,
languidly: you child came, whichis ,
aud the Dempseys pave th- :June

energy that was once }oars? If this describes explanation of his death as they have a strong, fat and I.s .

in need of uttered the case of Burke. healthy boy doing ?
your condition you are urgent I -- -- Ruildin Repairing, Mantel and Grate t Setting, Plumbing, :St, I.>: v 1I'

Merchant llapprur. my housework up aJ Gas Fitting.A ,

*! ANDF.KSOV. S. C., April 23.-J. \V. to within two hours !'

:1-4 PRICKLY ASH Howard, a men-hunt at Dean, has disappeared of feredbutafewhard birth, and suf,1{ c Complete Plumbing Department under tho .

under circumstances.
This liniment Management of E. B. Morey.SPAristi .
He was in liusinos.s with U. W. pains. t

Pruitt. The ledger containing aa acCount is the grand- r fat I L D"*izii.Etitnata: ;. PI in* ani Specification- '

BITTERS of the finn's bnsine'9 cannot be remedy ever A I ingot All Kind?, Prepared oa Snort Notice.t& .
found and is believed to have been made." 1 '

destroyed by Howard. After taking 'A Lan and Carefully olHrted Stock of Fine Man- ,

t !'Io'kIr.. Pruitt thinks there is a shortage Tili! .!' of All Kind., Kith Tub, '11I-tt and II l\u-t:1vIJ: Apjiliai; :L' -
of about $lOUrt. Howard wrote a Mother'sFriend Hot Water and
Your trouble arises in a <1''P'1 condition of the liver letter from Augusta, sayiug he was
Joino:: to Cuba. No. 19 S. Palafox St. :: Telephone No.
t and bowels which, if allowed to continue, will develop !I 345 1

rial fevers, kidney disorders or home other :. malat Bullet Through Ills Head. -... _. -

disease. 1'1:ICKI.Y ASH( ItlTTKRS drives, out SAXDERSOV: Fla April 23: .-In a shooting will do for every woman what it did for the --THE .

poisonous! impurities, strengthens the vital affray between E E. Pour and Dirk Minnesota mother who writes the above let

organs, promotes functional activity, and James Altnian Pons received two ter. Not to use it during pregnancy is a
and shots, me .entering the forelu-ad about
digestion and vigor
good mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering.Mother's .
inches ab the left from which
and brain. 2 ve eye,
of body National
energy he died shortly afterward. Neither nf Friend equips the patient with a

....u U the Altmans were hit.. strong body and clear intellect, which in isp
SOLD AT ALL DRUB STORES PRICE, $1,00 PER BOTTLE Knltlln Mill ('h.1I-Il'rl'tl. turn are imparted to the chili. It relaxes :
the muscles and allows them to expand. It
U.\I.lHU. April 2:!.-Thf state hn* .
relieves morning sickness and nervousness.It .
..., chartered the Tarlmru Knitting mill,
puts all the organs concerned in perfect
capital *.',).')tlij (with leave to UK n use If HILTON GRF.FN. JuKN F.
condition for the final hour that the actual
to *1fk'J"MII.i>i Th> mi'l will a
x%.4.1\1'1\1'.4.'J:% :aROB.. Special Aetn: ts.o 'A-t.
labor is short and Danger
7arwr. ::11I1 will make lw-iery, underwear practically painless. r. E. WELLTS. R. M. BUSHXELI.. n

etc. of rising or hard breasts is altogether VICE-PRESIDENT. Assi. L\- JI.I i ,

1 A Palaver In a Snaiup. I aridie Iluitdera' rrltttt.Itridae Mctrur Found Near Newberry. avoided, and recovery L merely a gutter of .1 ''

WILing to 1:.:IIe a tuLly <>t a portion : building; is a jn.-r.ious \\v\-\\ \ f.\\' lllm8.. C. April 25: .-Mr N a few days.Druggists DIRECTORS:

of the swamp near Tl Akewd, in I rjets, and N iusuraiui lompany \.HI! 0. P\'1."< reports that :Mrs. B. W. \Vat. : sell .Mother's Friend for $1 a bottle. T.O WELLED.YM.FISHER.. RIX JL IWIi: \ ., u:

.J'PJ'I". 1 set U:) my easel oa the edge I take any risk on the la.s vi :: 't'- kim of the rhnppplN' nri;!hlnirhixcl recently The BradfkU R.-fulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. of E. E. "tanders & C".
I structure woiketx. There is '.-orrl- K. J. WH1TMIRE. JOHN F PFEIFFER SIORRIM, .
tine : .
cf a j>oiil where the ground seeinol a foJiid near her home a .",II'INIUII,1 hend fur our tree illustrated! bock. \ t ,
Lttle firiui-r than the rest, <(tii< r-tuUiire oval-shaped ball huppo id to be tin uiu- L. HILTON UREEN.

' ('nl'o; .sell In my work 1 did I workers. It is Minntliinu Mni; stare:; tennte.Mall. (,Iplnill11Iip.* skirts and wahti b

Jwt notice that 1 was slowly sinking,: fright. lf'uid.arr1nr.. I Ii"i one of our specialties. t Star L ton A General Business Transacted
: shirt of n Banking
1 know tail of them
until! I found that my sketching stool ours one dry. Itp
The, shirt i ii made of riiiK. every ring
"Mlici- wasn't than 11'. fcit
had nearly disappeared and my legs IIJlIIIUI't. -
from a piece of steel wire l' inches tl
Muliliii! fiel'nune!! tnt! IrouMu't
were.Imbedded in the mud almost t'j a over me ;
loiu and about oue-siahv'utb of, nn The nicest and most ,v///7- Get Handled
Accounts Favorable
't' on Terms E .
to my knt>t.s. With the breaking; of rot down. 1 )limited iloun.junl : ,
huh thi<-k. The ends of the ps "t-e ofwire and 1
the surface crust the black slime! gave there was a swift tide\ 1"\lliu; ;? ish line of rugs mattii'x Change bought and Sold Collections

out most horrible odors, and small afui'.nd the t-.l,.'i-s of the pieis. It :'eeurd >- nn battened out. holes are punched ever exhibited in Pen- a

stinging flies, liberated from the earth to me 1 should surely be kill...!. I t'rotsh! them one cud is tunas+1 (into sacola jrar.tton' Promptly Attended To.
Hud are fasieuwl to $
the! other they ,
quickly cohered me. crawling up my clasped with aniN nrotiiid the 1:ram <:t: '

left and arms while the mosquitoes, which I woikinz and lay there, petber It) a small ilu-t. Every rnge1n11ePtS Finch's furniture house. f..

I combining In the attack, eventually jest diiniiiz\ ; : to it, II: lml.':<. I.lId- four others. The wire differs __ __ ___ d. ____ .__ ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. f.t
In thickness. ut by d.'sinsceiniiiLly f.N
drove me from my half finished work. ily for me, the foieman whoa:< somewhat CO.NGIttSS10X.Ui: COM"KMION:
+ < to make one part nf
so a
Though really quite clear the water me. awhal WlS the matttr and had

was BO alive with mosquito grubs as sense eiiouirli:: not to speak to lilt' If the shut stronger than another. but Kurt IIP FIrSt Ci>nreht>ional District

to appear almost opaque. H.v thou- IIP hud. I know I shucid iclUil.I.V hate 'from material of uniform thicknessrunning fill for a dcmocrHtic couvrntirn of the

ands every moment the grubs would fallen off He kept on \\"1riug: anti I shoit. In parts where the first coii !rf'6ionnl district' of the Mate nlHorila. The Star Laundry

t come to the surface, either crawling! ;; I tluiu helplessly to 11... ln'i'.n. riually, rills: are free to Jingle; togetlier they W.-dn.-sday,11avRth. lobe held at .1allahawse.'Ionda.ll.IMifl.). ) 1.t 1.I I
Itonnd the neckis
op the rushes or floating;; and the outer ; in a ?ruff voice he prowl-nl at me: '::0=:1)'. arc worn very thin. The democratic party of tbt lint conpre+- ,
band of three thicknesses of red monal district of tlioblttto of Floridn. will:
obeli won cracking In the fun left the Kit out o' there! I want to put a rivet a hold a ioDHl convention at '1'1t1l1l'

little Insects at Jtcrty. A few seconds there.' And I, oliediciit to an It: tind leather stiff like the sleek worn formerly hnsM-i1 fongrfs on ednfidny.. MHV :ugh, Bt I:' IK Finn! t LAUNDRY ij r iii\ [ f run! 1

sufficed to dry their wings andgive of duty found mjsdf: mo\iiu: aloe;:. in our army. It I is ::'!, !incheshich ,a,'ehx candidate k noon h.rcongress, for tin purpose from of Mini noininaimt diircttothcnftyHtvinthcoiiKrf's 1 1

them life and strength and then The ftclng! pissHi away as I did! mou1 an 1 on the outside is d.-curated 1 of the I'nitcd

with bum and buzz they joined their with ornamental lines like t.Mtlinpsniade : : i Ftatra.tob.-rotedforattbe next flectionand 1r
and didn't batk.
come to transact such other bUMntb. is lilli'. 1t
t trotters In the air, hovering In thousands "When I was in Peru bu:hllnabridges. ; ., by a bookbinder.! :Notes: ant>l come before tied convention.

like a cloud of black smoke over Queiies. diQers-htcuuntis-sinlhedistriet sill SHOWING A CLFAX FRII'EASTEH \
paid an engineer. 1 did nut send delegfttes thncomention up n tin '
the stagnant pond from which they lose ny head at work. 1'f.t I more tl.nnonce I J'lo".r- 1'hrniri. (ollowinij lIa.I" of representation : ( s MORN(
fur lb.rand..- ll
prang. Then I was disco\ered-a rare woke up durihir the' right liaiiR-; I l'rllfl''or:1IIt'r 1alelgL I : who ha I ditte for conun-M In said di-trict at the ..1.- J.X J IId 1t

tonne houche for those l'artl-nn,1 a lug t.) the shies i.f the bed in deipiratu published a rather tle\er talus or,. tlon li.r coiiuretMiiiiii held in 1X>'I. mill ourmlditionttt is aa easy thing to do Nl t

rapid retreat l,'<-atne Imperative. if fear {.> kl.1' from falling iu a I I "StjU-," lik s making! phrasisi. "Tlit. tllton'ol 111 lien title it fur amount thisirsetlori to tiny Incite.or mon l your linen ha been done up iJ. U

Talbot Kelly: In Century.The : Tli.--commit..- bui altiu nllowed ncli'Itn tall 'less
n's'jtiajiro.IVKn ItiuJ.! poetry of Catullus." he sad:. >'i a college perfect at such low i, 1
lierf the fr
tf'|ire entiti'n v"t- con-
: address, tin other iliy, "Ii:'>; suied >' Kreiimii ,\fl.lm'r"/I..rt nt the emotion of '. -_- as we renovate shirt*. collar-
Irony or Fair.Fpeaklng All Pool l-'+, in all\' rountI'he counties und i ;_.l+
Dny. \' the passim of a iclision; lull an rut.-n01Lietut.tkd ctilTsat. Irreproachable lin--i I '
of the flukes of luck hi- 10 repretentxtlouIt
t queer
The cr.stou! of platui: prnnks! (,nI'ril the diary of Mr. Samwl I'tpys follrw bet and
empiie; cheapest way tol i iYr. ">*
In the Kol.ltifltls/ of Ala-ka.! a writer toAlnske's
.\ prebaLly
fllllls'IIlY Lad ii. origin will!! !I..' flesh as at the day <>f its .
Magazine: says: Calhoun .. ...... 2 I n'ru+ \ .b I ward sigi13 of being a gntl Ia.Ia > ,
In rrim. the tint nnto'i: to i l-cslii; the hhth.'hrll: the! 1'orth! Liidse:: i is wide I5.O uIO ... '__._ 1\ )"i'I'"IIIIoIII Irlillklln 4 + .u.I
"Often after the Is made accident I .. i>< i he mot careless
'ink' loan wu -
new year J.ia. I Instad (,f M.-ieh 25.Hifin ... .... .. $ l7nd.ttenllernanlo r
and London is :l'oIIkill'lU-!
disease or death steps In to preTent the nf iron a ; ; I ...... i nul.hortugh ; linen, when liundry work I iuch i- it l< .
e 1'I.:1I1t.; .\{Fili'a:< the day cake! tf bikk dust" l Holmes.leileriioii .. I '! Jufk'ou : I ,.-
Its legitimate enjoyment."One !1en the is.n> ; of tiC! :NewYir.r'.s : : .--. ----. !\' i 1.11 ha)"eltB price* as at tli*' :Mar I I. lladCS'
') man dropped dead when at the \ b..t.'or Carl) lr.Tli"'kei Lee ..... I l.eon .... .. !
lfli.ii.n riilii"r.! ed in the ... shirt Wui.-ts a '
:< j
weighing of the first clean he found told Sir .lohi Millais LevyMunntee |
up : ::> once .
pijiiu III' ;:fts aidisis! : 1:1 return fur I I
himself a rich man. There was something -. those alrca'ty: Instowed.Vhin lire: refoin'l this auiusins story of Carlyle: I I l'a'I'" .. 4 1 l'olk. : --- -
Sams Ibl.a 7 'f..I..rWII.ul.
wrong with his pearl lie had rsk-rvlar in r.f; 1:1:11.| > the! M lIe h.Tl sp:nt a day in the reading .., 'I Walton .L.I.JV

the physical strength to make the fight of January! the beg1tz! i f tl.e! new I room of the Hritish! museum and hadKnt \\ HbingtonTliero'i :t ki C. O. D.

against bad food and water, to endure a grunt deal of trouble! to one of -.tiei Nllltel.-rtthisirdeb'gateetn.
1':11'1'1':1: 1 was the tIfor pre 'r.(4 : pgO ; S I 14. 27 E. GARDEN SI
toil of IMamiHr which lie 1''n-,HI. r'II'I'-1 I
the back breaking dcveK-pln il.o ojilals.. sending him up and downiadilers any may
tciidiil. 1 g.a: and vi-us of ino-k! ('(''I't" h) the ,wt'II..Rl'UIIlIr.UIlh) the ptrtyor ...
.aJ working out antI all the strain of mi t.-y to 11::!:.e lools of Cake: \\ ho had in starch of books to satisfy ,1..11I1..1.1111.0 recogm/eil lij the| ItiM e.wn'llIl1ull'I'II.nllUlI. ..n- ;I".t'"II''I> i-\u.Kll FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.' )!)

the uncertainty that"I'nt IM fore. The anti leaving the All ill niorrHto nn WA.LKBB
h.a; litcraiy tastes on
:lIr.?ottiu the shame: in tjtes.: Ilnn.-dto participate the t' IHQRAHAM. Manager. ;
supreme moment of success was more 'j lie Jtoiuans had a hobdiyiniilnr: in luo'ii lie had gone; I up to the man and d.-IrgnIts. hereto Ini'lU'IiiiK( thoe W h.
than he could stand, and the use of ;told! l.m: that it miiIit !be sonc satis- have lLoiiia <|UHllllnl to Vote sluCtf tl.e
('!:a-II'II'I' to tins. alji! the gold passed from him with Its ac f. tin same time of var. the ::tur- ,
quirement."A l.iifd| : Thomas Cail.\U. Tho (Il!:iell ; t-f eeclliitf -- .....
aulia.ntd :u HituluMun the fe-ist of the tlr0t ..
dele: Irs lo t'lmyref l > '"x ie..Ir
certain James Meade lay !hehtatialy;! : onsweiiM iiim.; v/ith a \-It".11 tile r.-qu..It to ."1.11 to W. Llleiiderton.
:he Ilni:. on JlaI(11.1; ha {.Ir lt< chiefhiM.itii : :
tl.lwn'l McKENZIE
with typhoid fever in an outlying Man: I Miillo;! ant the usual washuis! of ('Iuu r 11I11 II. lainpH Hnudi, : OERTING & CO.
I tinM ndirg nf people oil written or printed ropy of the pr'.hlll!- ,
just n lit was s-nrtiiu for home with t.ii.u; 'ss i-irsnd,.. hands! In tlw air. that! tl-o p-atleinaa! of urh rnu11tyMull, l.-11ltou..logetb. r nlHiltollllt I
the r.evor.iulations of the: year rad her.J had I.l'! r.dinu'a:::e <.f\ thatI'o'aHy in Illesol till C"U"11'1. \ ')----or.'Ltas: rc 0
Iu S.i'tlaa.l! they' have a trick for ..,..11I11I.11..111Ino.h 'Imiiid li-: his! bag of dust entered IiawsoaK ;J ( : they night; Mare riot at some Ihe I t Imtrtuiin unit i>..I.'I"n'. "r vie"! ton.
loo's' daulili
ethcrH a litter. It look s\ men Ap lever grows mate:.I fiii-nd'-s I.UII"I' lit Lad IICMTl.iard miller. M.I UiMirh-oN. Sbip Chandlery and General >Nardwaret>
tale:I Ifl fello-v! can tie f-iii'id tiwplet l'kK\Ci W"I.I" tha.nusl5.eretary. /.
I to bring him alternating! : four to nf'l'LoliaCrrlyle.. .
; 'u' ,:gh to undertake it. le M K\en: : a
carry and two to r'st-an.1 he pli,1earh I t},)', tNII :
ii.'iito carry III a certain II- 6aI'.U.U'OX STREET.FVKR .
ji1-1 Floods Intcfereltli TI'a iii I'.
man $15 n day. lent-a in hair "<>iiMcade
riads it :111-1 I says it is nut for li.i.! but :,lE:11I.ItIpril: 2J. The traffic In E I\III"18 County Circuit I ouri. hi-*' ---.....--.-- -.o-ENOy .
andehen ) -
seemed tu grow lu'iter. rontufor .1 ul null! Ilhl net, : tatseft liuridu- Bill -
his Failing day lie walked: I tli.t !he i I.. to ;:.) ti>--lumin; another the handled to such for 1'uurce.Ilolirrt : .
came freight points Iii COI-PKU COM MANY.: JOHN A. ROF. I.IXO'S 1",0- <<< I'"
iil fiom there le l Is to
:in-: : sent ati- \\allace ,
to the Iwat He rrached the wharf aa ifell Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, Ala., hai qI.'IZF.D"mr: ROPE, A. RUSHEL A HON'3 PUMP-
(it her and MI on until the livarer vs.Mela
dead as lie was about to gj : been turned over to the Kansas City, w'sl'ac.1
1.1; | or SIT.1 Ii ;Lt. The iKitu con. 1r"'u. !''arjiI! 'i.etical; : lutmisnts
aboard." ; Memphis and Birmingham during thu The de'endunt Meta Walial'.I. re.jM'rt-! C Uts1 talon, Ulillrrtq
taiu.s tl.e 1'iii-s! : {lair. sevcrul days at Tupelo on uucouut tu ""p"ar to tile lull rued uRHiiist her liert-
LHOO'I Rubber Uatbtab. 1.1. on hridn< the lilleeiuli day of June. A. n ; a' ES. LOGS. KTO
Tlr t i tie f"t 01I"r nKu.t uf the %yashuuts.l'i .
General Lawtuu made it a habit o! : IV! gI> nU an il'i i r.i'e. I 11.Ihl.ord.-rhohs-puhllhedin. IIII. flit luilNl ,: 'ie11"11rir O.rtl 'i; ( 1!!,..!t'; :, : .tgent f'r Blr Pilots' H'-m-v' '

hlj life to take a cold water bath every I -- I -- -.-- .. -- .. v."v H new paper pul>li.uet| Iliit,,t hc.iililiucunlN. ." ,'I.'i"I.
'. tincenu'Il Week for i tg't: ----- .
morning! before bri.ikfj, ail -- -- -
: I'.KK "n peral l lfuua. rk".. l'"n"'I'ull\t't U-.
while vampai;;tiitig I'e ranle-l with Mm! I There are tuaii.v su;i-rst'iions n!' HIt { : 1l t- IJfi (SI-AI.. i A. M. M..Mil.I..\v. fU" UfiMC AfMr-vM'/ I f'CJP '
I ( ,<-.k Circuit court. ,t. "oJ..rujj r II" u '' CURE Y3URSIto '.:
k d'.fferenw: tide
a rubber tub. It Id:J. im the"VI't StMllJlld and IlektUd lll.l'liin ;)- i! ,---' ly I!. II. B"Tu", .
:V .. u. '"'.r" 1'.llIf. "' tlnF'N I I.
where he ho always! ord-rcd the : t'iS
was. ai'! taught by their! nurses tocn.sli I I''I''' \ 1'1..1. k.
tubful of cold wat--r to hs: quartostrery the shell after eating; ai ';: or pr-t-rniint Cream Wafc'r-. an afr -. rnw" l.i. r lot ulu. '\pri'17! Il"i. EYELET!' M. HE'.ME.: P:9pal.: :
*' lit'ner daintv. A-k jour den!Set : to"1II
S uioruliu.Ill to pith! tie sjHMiii through; the! Untol'i ..r tl.elll ---- MISS IDA ?IACCIO \ ." ta--,!.

following: le! Ap'ielies! : he rc'icl.1! in tile far;' ITOS-S, :.slmwiiii la: ---- --- ---- "J'f \ n. rI Jt! 1 t'" ., M. 'riii :; II' _
a luouuta'.iu! He :ki".\' that thIn- t, u. It ... 'it. t.r r.ui, :.. ,,t. t ., II 04(1
fli'liiu; lelic:; of the tithe P'Ul'.1 DURHAM
I siilertii.xts Cigajs arc
.!!aui had 1 tlitl ilu-iv. a:1,1 iH'fure p'lrsti- $ belief that!: witches I h\ed int.IIl'Us j -- -.---- rI
tnt them t'. ttticr lie It-ft his rut filer! rhe finest 5 cent smoke tuE
: and made laths r.f them [
I [ f FPiVORtTE.Place : / )
f tub and other teat i-iulpnieiit-i! at Ill casting! s-jK-lLs! UJMIII tilt' hoiNchoM.Iu : Try them at D'Akm- IitINK; I fIFLFi '!
i t I"
a Dace i f tinmoiintjias in charge; of an lialj it was believed that an ejr? berte's.OPERA. .

,..1.111.1 I faithful, :;''rt 21t to ;jrunrdatvfu1y I laid by a white hen in a new' nest 0:1

<- itat.l lie ritainod. It was an la:>II'11a wouM cure pains In thhead > For Pensacoia]

('U tnik >\ il1 that tribe of In Ham di stomach; that broken in a HOUSE. I Th w tiny('ap, )

Alien heir; !: to circle around its sulterinfroi'i to Buy
I' vineyard it wOIII.IIII'I'\I'1i1 : Buyers Balsam of t a ,

anti rctniu to ti.e exact p'im11t':1" ., hail or similaily would sate ath'U ---. ---.-----. --. .-- . I O.-Vbs aai' Injccti .

tLty "tlr".1. from frost and its possession ONE SOLID -1I ry curcm4o li' uri
The general 1..ft tli- tub and star'"l i WEEK! Choice FamilyGROCERIES
i ;:nee one the )power to set'tt:l1cl. It'as j iane diseases with'- "'
*%:t after the Indians.: Tlry cirri.
laid c'tltltEN1'1N1MDAY GCSfl1
also U'bered that
an tgz; on j YCyrma SJIDBYAttD7.
atvcnl. untrin; a wide torniory.n .-n I10000It I
Gots1! I'rlday. thrown on the lire. wenl.lextbieri.h !
Hi'BiTJt! Lav.ion back tt) the !MSI> APRIL -
i while the doll would 1 1kilhd be 23M
( f tl.o irount.i.n.lna; lie got:: their.t ,
if !shot with an lie found that the obi! 5erg"ant: mil his I YTINKK: S.\H'Ia.\. I.r-! i i :- 'j 1C i:i ni- ;a,1 lJ
-Self Culture Magazine.Tool : ... PILLS
.!x meta had been killed and that his >ti !B e :ili-"iu; i ::1. !: in .utui-
-IS AT- frntiiih.Gtio.. JJ.CTX .. ri"H. 11.I ..<< Unlr
tub lull been carried off bv the In- I I ,
and Proerm.Dcspte
it '
err '
-IIIUIt.'Tt.I t. "
otiituThl' A|'ni-hes evidently learned : all the attacks upon machln- The Well-Known, Pfeiffar Agent, '.h '." .

1hJhly! the general prized the rub I| ery. an ae without tools Is an age of !.rrf1AN.VI ARRtliI cc! 911:-- i.i II..C..u:1''rrOdt.... " .. .
u..... II.,. ,.. ,....
l>er tub. for they placed great: store t byJt druljjery and degradation. If onceI Up-to-Date Store A. l[ "_!. *r P.1..1.' : ... 7..' '
after they had captured it and guarded :Tir; :> .rl "Ie.n.r r...|...llr..* .
I men toiled 1-3 hours a day, with a single I it I !'HThH'iiytaTra % ; f tun Uftll. f. (MM, T ean
it t-loM-Iy as they did their own '". 151rh..t.Ih. ;.
as stroke Watt's engine cut oft two I -OFJIEJITZ I "0 1 *- 'I..'... ..,,...., 11I11'SUBSBCRIE _
Louisville ConnrJournaLConfectionery I
&- hours in the for
morning rest and two Comedies w
hours for <1iMirk.. 11 4
at night reading. The modern & Co.120.1224

,(.,. home, with a thousand and one : Dramas, TOOTHACHE, EARACHE'and -T
.{ d /,- I1J comforts Is the :gift of tools. We now Farces andSpecialties. -,-- NEURALGIA

--- compel steel fingers, steel knives, steel
,- wheels and steel wires to do our work. ; ID a minute; til dru1'ltI' .ore TH !1LY Y N W
; The -Ti-I. MedicalYee < ...
Take tools
in H). 20 and JW crt away our and civilization ,
w I rk.IV'D'I
would 5:0 back ICO years.-:Newell: I E. Government Street, n"\1.
them. All dealers soil
Mxel. Try
for r.*LI '.
iheis. Dwight panion. hulls In Woman's Home Com f I PRICES : 10, 20 and 30c TELEPHONE 261. -- ------ -.. Only Ten CentPer \V .


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Illf-11 : \\\'EATIIEIl\ :\-- 1)1) MAI I? I. BloOd ftollbIes Scrofula Cancer, n uitiDRa1 B I HEINBERG(I ( BROS.ij S t :' ti I$ ;

services of Great Benefit to VOL Ut L LANV Gn n : ,

:s the Farmers. Old Sores GENERAL INSURANCE .) ( !

As the blood contains al thv, elements
: necessary<<: to sustain life, it H ..
taut that it be kept free of all impurities it imporR'L eUmaI'Sm '
or : a source of : Palafox Street .J ." ,
poisoning instead of nourUhin,; the body. and dues of health is sure to follow. 1- '
1 :
4 'j.l IKE 'N II VMH.IMJ! THE CROPS. Some moculatnn po-sons enter the bl-wl irons without, through/; the skin by absorption or Contagious I6al{ Estate Agents, ; Pensacola, Florida. i :.. 4. /
others from
; within as when waste products accumulate in the
system and ferment alowin! < di-aae ;ermi to develop and be taken into the PUN*-\OOL.-\.. FLA. __ _.1 t ,"
c1rculatl While all\ blood troubles have Blood Poison J
In-h Itrcognlir It. one common origin, each has some
'dlpr'a": pecu.unty: to distin REPRESENT TWESTY-TWO OF THE >jGOLAY= J '
ui-h! it from the other. Blood
Contagious Poison Scrofula
\" ? _' Hnl For tin plareee. Cancer, Rheumatism I cena and, other blood diseases: can be distinguished by Chronic Ulcers1 LFADINO FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, p. .

...d. ?' < ".... :\OWl' :'IUjlf'h' orfin a certain sore, ulcer,eruption or inflammation appearing! ou the skin. Every blood ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE ,' Grist and UUUifinesl Meal Mills, t
-1J- shows sooner or later on the OUL-iJe and the weakest of the where it
on part body. lor finds the least n"i5tancc. of
UB.1.sCE .
.. \I.rll _.', -[S I''ial.l-) Many mistake thr :lOre or outward, sin for the real disease, and attempt a cure by the use of salves: liniments and other COMPANIES, III JU. F. CONZflLEZ, loX, CO, Pro? s, 'I t '
external apli.atit Valuable tin: ii lost aid 110 permanent benefit derived from such treatment '
vMIU: \lr the agricultural : APIS tf tie EmitsHleLi.e Manufacturers [ r
'.. ry! 11I'lIu,1 l of stir weath-! ; completely perma.
neatly era he ttd trio blood n infQnel: puttied and cleansed, the disease anti C11O1CK M KAI, AXI :
or the
goes deeper liie. Mercury.. ;f
saps : t
very Ass
L! is a part of his deMrietary I.Jtah and rance Sacietr of t tie : IPUttFIGROCND:
r-.t'nic. the treatment ydby prescribed in this class of diseases, are "olent poi.ons. even when taken i:1 small STOrK 1 f' .
says that iu Joxrs-never cure but do much ham by adding ano her poison to the already overburdened, diseased blood.S. i :
Unitel status. PlHmO'ze Home Industry for there! U : Y
Minn* tin bureau Was S. S., Nature's, ovrn remedy made of roots and herbs, attacks the disease in r ev ry tIP .,QD you should buy your !tI ulaaJ l 1 ; {
the) a.'fuultuinl depart the blood, antidotes and forces out all impurities, makes weak, thin blood rich strong -*tock K-ett from the Hom Manufacturer .

war department sue!! and healthy, and at the same time builds up the general health. S. S. S. is the only ll1tin P01\ln 1 rF. IIiOlJr1U.n I 'ry.(or by Your so Jolnz money you:s enrouraiv lrt in the!:coramnnitfad orn.ln"UfoLOUG" I

: t"* i-n made 'the purely vegetable blood purifier known and the only one that can reach deep-seated you In turn are indirectly hrD-flted. : 1

.- will recognize iu the Mood troubles. A record of SO years of successful cures proves it to be a reliable! DIRECTORY\ liD fO I..nnl the tntm niHHuf.ioturer yoncontribute I'I ..
\\ ..I'k u.h u-it evenIel unf::fling specific for all blood and skin troubles. I ,' rothecommunttyinwbiehyou to the cttune of labor. Voa lire own aoj .

( with the bureau' iu 4 Fre0 KcdiCal Treatment.-Our Medical Department is in charge of I ahehenntrlhateatosour sapport.. ... '

'... .' _F h.- set'rrttry says a skilled! physicians, who have made Wood} and skin diseases! a life study, so if you have K IGHTSOFPYTBIAS. :

in tinurk that hase Contagious lU CARPS
.r j.>y to mil.uhI<> d trouble, write then lully fur advice about your case. All correspondence is conducted in strictest conn 1''la Lodge 3. K of I1 I .
tinwcatb'r I .
bureau .
-\Ves3idkenocharjjeforthisbcrvice.: : Eook. on blood aid skin: diseases free SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Ga. .I
ii: producer* (.f the every Monday
tug at ".I\t r It.all. D r. (fl flareelluS I meCreary, ,
: -11111); In it; coinuieriur --- --- -- -- -. 10 Huttbireon ball. V'i.tlntrndrneta
.." I IIr..t.
< weather hardly pass for gold" with the average; > .;"." o-h-u a quart ran I'' to:1 lot's. Kxr.crroK's: XOTICB. ,'l :tmelcooird.< hethren cordially

:r. n tar.v W.Uoii.: "furnishes man. Th""N'I' or a dull bronze aol I if jim UMthu cntirt' 'ii'iantity setit Allcre.1tor, legatee diitrihutee. and ,. w : Physician ariIlHsidence 4urz oli.
the! fanners of the Jt'DEVISE.
cuuu- ovtr the! tire u.- Mize with two ii'- all otli-r person haVIng chum' ? or denma1 H. UOPLfK.: c. C ,
Hot -1
i- nlr a
Many of the farmers er than R 4d.. This gold contained more tl.f i iit: .n is M
r. iH>it.t ivj.Mil.irly and are Impurities than the other. The bright 1:, or :!II niuntes. Into the hubb! 1". C. BKFVT. w. o. w. faufox! Street i'hone :'.:4.
." ,.Mining; and Lan.tiuff l>y :shiny gull was: taken from the sands tiling; mess brit! eight; eggs; ; stir: th.iuthror. \ Executor. D-R -- 4'

.1..a' predictions! which oa the main! lieach at ('ai>e Nome and ;'h it. thoroughly; soa.Mta with Live Oak Camp World.N Wodswanoflhe WM. 0. DEWBEEBT.VEEICLV .

u .ili Along/ the seacoaiUj was said to be characteristic of the i salt :luIIIJI'II.I! and s-rve on i slices of will Try THE NEWS Want Column ; it Meets drat and third Friday night: In'! .

j .' iiiterrxti !have come to Nome shore The dull bronze colored to:;-t. Yuti will; tl'II.'W your acquaint' pay you. each mnDth.'Isltlag aorrixigns I'unll.OFFIOEHauah i\ BfOS.' Drug 8t.T.. '
..Ituluc of MTin, and I ally!! invited. W. W. WATSOX, ',
our gold wa.s taken from the bunks of awe with this dish at an early vi-i ortiinity. -'r. c.c.
-Miim-d a responsibility iuiurh SaakrUiT.: aid v.hile it abounds in : Paprika Is spiced i inner' E. Jackson Stru i

,or \\ affccU life anal greater quantities than the gold of the whirl coints In :a tin box with! a per- '

.u,>. <>f tho value of our Nome beach, it lacks the purity of the foatid cover and ought; to be !In every Indigestion \ t HCIIEDULE ",

.- "t approaching hurricanes smaller mi':':'::ets and grains found family! where salt Is: u>ed. It Is far FOB STEAM DIVISION Wm.] -H. Marean, (fyI. D., i

aloe;: the ocean. It Is these sands' beyond ordinary ppp T and, is used extensively PENSACOL V ELECTRIC T}: AIIIAILWAV 1

Must ttlrnil Iu llu.lue... over which there has len l so much in householdsherecookin! ?; We challenge the worldto COMPANY. Hcneopalliic Plisisisn! and S Sirzw, }
i' one thing the secretaryIP the the Trains leave Fenaaoola for tbe Little
controversy lu senate during i receives proper attention. It Is like
Bayou Palmetto Beach arrlngton, Navy Lt of Ocala FU.,
I; iiltuie lusi&ts upon-tbe eui- consideration of the Alaska bill. celery salt, an article whose plaee: can produce a remedy equalto Yard and Fort Hsrrsnoas at {
i't the bureau trust attend to ARTHUR W. Dusx. never be quite filled by the straightarticle. 8:11I...m.arr.veat Fort Barraneai 7:15a.m 03t>ri his '
the Matchless Mineral 10: The order of ChiefM.
'- rm-ut
1M: p.m.arrive at Fort Barraneai 166; p m Eipvclal !
re earring: the cigarette had bi.s ap- I 1jI:: ) p. m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 4.1jpm of C-ronlc:
of the officers of THE HOUSEHOLD. I..I..Uul Cooking t'lenilli. Water for the cure of In- :lip. m. arrive at fort Barraacai 7:10pas
4(; aVhen any ')H:00p.m.arrive at Fort Barraneai 85p.m Thirty Years
i urcau becomes too much iuterestm Always! buy steel finished ironware, Trains leave Fort Barranoai for Pens Office llouri- :
Points oa Cleamlntf Brlr-a-brac. and' see that the surface Is abeolutely digestion, Dyspepsia and cola. .at
private affairs: be Is notified BeIJ<
Taoa.m. Pentaeola._. :
arrive at
A I'.eful homemade (
lie must (nr.o such Interestsi smooth and without blemUbes. NothIng all forms of Stomach Bowel llw p. m. arrive ac PeniaoolaIl:46p.m I\rfOnf- '
Mexican Etlll', In other materials can take the ::(q p. m. arrive at PeQiacola.__ ::41 p.m,5IJOpmarrlf'al'eosacol"
i: his time to his profession! ..
ii-tlmes happens that the men Ins It scorns superfluous to say that bric- : place!: of Iron (iu certain resstla) for Troubles and Skin Dis- 7:00 p. m. arrive at PeoMMOla_.. 7:46&: 5pm p.mretap.m.arrlveaIPeniacela..93Op.m --------'

< <.( Important stations, by reap a-brac In Its cleansing requires a different lout blow ('ookllwhpre an even tern- : .8"'Qrd..jf. only Dr. "I' /II
their ability and the further treatment and handling. than p"rature Is to be maintained. In pots eases. Guaranteed to cure la eUect Deo. let. 13W.ICXDAT .
thoit' of granite ware or porcelain lined -
fiat th"y i-ouif In cities contact and states with kitchen crockery, but many jicrsoiis are the test but much care must be or money refunded. Cost Leave Penuoola. IOKCDUDX.Lv Fort Earranoai. I
In tbe
sin-tit men fall to recognize this fact. The scullion exercised selecting them as a single! 9 ... m. 19 ... m.It .
'i err they are located. Iweome Into who regards a flue bit of china or only 5 cents a day to use it. a. m. U m. Masonic ,
blemlnb In such
.1 l state ur city affairs and oth- than means quick 1 p. m. t p, m.
silver with no more reference chipping off from that >olnt. soon rendering I p. m 8 p.m.Ip.m .
In such j One dollar
bllr Interests cases ainvi bottle last
twenty --- -- -
should be trusted Ip.m.
a pot or a kettle never ,
vessel useless. Tinware
is usually made, and the popuihcul the I pm ( p m.
another Held.ii with one's most precious jiossesslons. cheap quality is the avenue of greatest days. JOHN
is Kent to
< The beet way to clean silver a p. m. f p. m.

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with Jewelers' soap and warm water nt all nowadays. There is a great difference to Navy Yard and return UcPennasola a sender'< f the requiring men! who; the enter whole it, and ate, using; a nailbrush\ with some hair on : In the appearance' of good and also 1i". T. Green $ Co. 37 to Palmetto Beach and return ; CITY
> FA hi rOllltJIJDU AND
It. not stiff and unyielding( fibers to
will! not I I... |tcrmitted I to engage: {nor tin the latter hl'log'ery bright, S. Palafox Street.OR
8uoola tl art Rarraneai
remove solid ills which! !ill"nl'Cumlllh..ll1n \ Nary
any may
iln-r business and political affair I while the former Is dull.-Ella MorrUKretsehmar \and and return__.?_ ._ __. sac
of their : '\\'nolh.'r 'good Woman's Home Com ADDRESS Peniaoola to Palmetto Beach! and Loans Placed
h degree
engross any plan, Is to use warm water to which I MM!HI.-_ lx
.i- mid attention. When any such nTiiii! '1" occur, there Is 1 a shifting: of staGenerally : ttr-smells; fairly; strong of; -this I -- : II' Home Hint. | M, \\l SON __
orders! met useful L
: these are -- ---
''I- A fascinating flI'wull paper has a ,
alkali.: There Is nothing so I ,
ib protfMs. and sometimes : pn'.e: : lavender ground with deep purple !
ammonia for I
on a wet sponge: remove Greenville Ala. E. P
delegationsMt: the M-rret-ry of nnd yellow: pansles massed thickly on ; I
lug: the! dark: tarnish! which Is deposited I
jrictiltuii' I.> protect ngsiin: the T- it. Tl'iltilllnr.i..1'rom Judge Gascon. PROPRIETOR OF-
so soou on silver or ou almost anymetal
,,.\tl ritlzn'. who has l>ecouie a : surfaces by the sulphur! iu the Turkish coffee cups In robin's egg GRMSVILLF. Ala.. Au?. 10' iw.!\ :
'pillar whli' in charge; of theweather In the I take CRONieS : :
air; ..( I.IrIUWII.;. Leiuoa juice! Is an blu \have tiny cornflowers di-ep great pleasure In certifying to tile ,
..erneTh.' -, protests hatern : punt merle of V1tklnson'sMatch.
elliclent cleanser of filigree: work buttje tines.ude pondered thickly overthins. Insi :Mineral Water. This natural minrraltonic o-DEALER IS-o Clean."I[(
iiinfiil.;:... ;10* the s.vretary Is to mv personal knowlwtg". II taken
tlrn, : objects MI -nn-cd l with this, or I from n aril three nnli ..ast of Urcnnville.In .
was with! ammon'.a: for that matter, must be Kiln Ill. V. ord. the exact condition lu which it it ..laJ. I Importea ana DomesticTiaes\ i 1
I nponi *nnu< have ....u 'bbIt..r used, will wnndvrfuliuccen.
has ringed with clean water and properly Tie just heid of another mean I for ,
:tuitiT: Tut tier \\bl'lnl..n:: dyspepsia Indirection sore
ucd i from fiMid little of Capniiil. -* drh ::1. rek! on tlpI.t ef old Gudgeons." e>et and for eruptive di'-eaie, !!. sores and JUG TRADE A
I ulcers In man and animal A* a remedy
,'II'< ,. It i i- !i".r..IIII::. I.y theto Plate IH'WtPt'a when not un'r- I'I'm! was ti.r.tV! fur thrc" troublBi. I do not beliwe itt Corner Belmont and DevilliAra 8u. ;
note that the gold, with the cr.-l.! are best left alone where silver hcti.raised bis:! boy r.t the beginning ,! equal exist It ii highly rerommei-ded.. byphysicians I
hal 1 brie-a, .bac,: Is concerned. Nothing! looks of the: present term of school! thatif for a number ofdtfa'' -- ---- --
few ZrLL
I'tion nf a very I'\I"III-I"s.: (ASTON -'
-airf-illy extracted: : from this lx)t- '. more unsightly; than corners with re- |.c sf.nlnd hard Le should have II.I I Judge of Probate Court, huller County, I Cold ;;
"' ,.r sand before It wits sent to the mams of plate\ powder accumulating horse this spring.! : I I
i -- -- -
ji.r Of course the and In its avid forming; excellent traps for dust "Year I Ii Coming.

III I state, r-lionine the gold would of all kinds. Moreover the amount of "Well the boy has'e a ;great recerd. i i orders and l let

valuable\ specimen. !brushing/ and rubbing incidental the so the old man allowed him to eat i cold snap ..
:ii mole
?d. t'w
1 is particular sand I N worth a iis.' of plate |IIwll.'r Is bound to have a \Yt-l.-h rabbit the other evening! and WING K HOP r & GO ,.- ; best coal yon

t icritph in it. ,'lr. It I Is taken from .its effect on tin metal In time.! An- live a nightmare.-Chicago Times- I 1 or beatlog

1 .,'I\.hnr'. where the water washes: : tu'r! cleansing: l1'ut 101 bn"ISlIlphntl"t Urr:1lJ.I .
cola. the salt much used iu ,
and is absolutely free so T
after day Ilia ''''',''n. i iI OmpSOT
f- ,srth of any lind. The most inifMlne togiaphy for fixing negatives. It IIIO'I I i -Importers and Dealers in- 4 '
not N' too strong. After Its use the ;
fentunof it I Is that it I Is of a LII r
"'.'Ish brown color :and a clo>e exam- ver must be well rh! .s''IllIn,1 rubbed up UNDi TM1at(1 i Chinese and Japanese

'I in.licates that It I Is really powitranlte with! a soft 1 rather or piece of vel- I I Vii ,, I Coal .

of that color. Some ex- I I veteen..r,'lcrs' rouge often Is US 'tllo *Fancy Goods,=* ,

!'!.>:!m sil\erware.! It i Is o >en to the
i' rts >ay hat It I M ,ground sapphires: ; FINE CHINA TEAS.No Office and
r'II.. and there Indira- ::1IIt..ltJ"l.ti. lli ns plate powders In
i s are some and Railroad these preclotiii stones have .reneifil litt its use has oue merit. )/ (II III 31 South PaUfoi Street, Telephone No. 147. :
sauce of It Is In work IIl ------- -
thrrlzed Into sand which Is be.tO sure to stay --S--

"' lie no rich. The 'general ini- which is much chased or orOln\'Dh.J'1. () l !i, Laundry Office PENSACOLA, FLA JUST OPENED. ;\ ;

: TrI its tine color certainly tunes down l .. -
Irh'"n K that these stones and rock I I
'\ lnil into the by the actionrf' 1'th.. crude brightness! :: of the white p rlJ C I.
err sea

,pii;;.. phelers! In the ages: past and, I metal. __ AI nn !
'' .! only the cold\ but the rock I. A ( .-..-'.1 n tlotet. REG n U L9R DI IHIEI i E liH1W I n 'ur& au S 1 ts } ;

"r i re'utld tine by the movement, i! Where want of space and economy

,,' the action of the waves would I !is building: ; ; will not allow comfort- i I 1 ;
--- *Everything New and
s ii Mill finer. This bottle of sand. I able closet for rni-i! betlroom the exIt I Ix .,.
tar. the talk which has been 'rt'- 1\
; attracted Stranger-; What Is the death rate In | The Most Attractive in the Entire City Regular Meals Served Dally, 7i "
tit Caw{ "' Nome has a 1 ? I 25 Gents and Short Orders Served at all hours Special Weekly Rate t' H; "
this town
r' u.d of attention.miiirt 1r)1't :'1
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Village fndertakerFrom ? up. '

1 .'\the Alaskan:* Front miners Nome who. were It all dep"Uds\ ou what kind! of a funerat -AT- A. E. BAKER & CO., Proprietors, I ;

W winter carried in you want.New York Journal. iKlo&.I. I .. .
stoii this '
... two teals c iitnliiini gold ..,.'. 'ti .Y. Hick Apostle's Restaurant- 14 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET.DUNN'S 1 '

the sands lit -- l' '
id washed from : ; ,
I go at what I am about as: If there I n '.
One guide, contained small ; were nothing: else in the world for the I short Orders Promptly Served all Hours "T .
,f a blight; yellowish hue, of Day or Nigbt. t
bt'ill'I'ba"01 the secret of all :
time / I f. '
and all f
finished gold
sumas '
I\ I hardworking men but most of them TGree Pegaldr .
: were worn, showing the nl"I. i t & f Fish and Oysters in All Styles. .
can't it Into their
.. water and the constant atnusements.l I ; ,
: fur I can brats Each .t .
l.uck'.ly n.e. Day )
'' width they had bwn sun,- work at short notice and turn Nick Apostle. HOTELON if: .. ,

'.- other-bowing contained; the same much cviment over heels in the sight of all creation'' _ --- -- ---- 25c Eact. | l 5.:. 1 r J t- a
and say. "I wont l>e good or bad or
; .- iud wash iu the I t "l I EUROPEAN PLAN. ,---. .--
t j wise or anything till 2 o'clock tomorrow. ; ff.t; "i
taw lara-r ntigyet': would ; ."-Charles Kingsley. .

I II Attached and I -j ''I:
\t C. V ThllIllPMnn's.I' I Restaurant Open Day sight f ;

1 v 'es s Ladie to match.Note Paper and I ,, 'I II OYSTERS, FISH: AND GAME OF ALL KINDS: IN SEASON. u : J... t'.

H'.Ji. .b-idge. l'JIL:l'\lml'lIt.\ Linen and Envelopes. I' 1I1'YEo\I'IE cin.-I-r. I Special Orders at Any Hour. t: : -' :.- *111,

1. >tii>n Paper and Envelopes.ablets. ample jrlvi-ii sin> this \\K\ZV; ">thy will b e To Mobile and New Orleans! Saturday RATES:From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day.LODGINQ "
: found a fair suli>'titutii. auil it Is by no I eight April 28, leaving Union : +Seta {

'I. J Velum and Envelopes. 1111':11101 unornaimiital. depot at 10:30 on regular passenger and SID S. !South' Palafoxiwet.. Pennacnla Florida / 25 and 60C 'i'r.! .

.; Note ; Satin Wove ; TtueOennNon' ; consists i of three pine woodfinli ( I train. Fare for round trip: Pena- t. y tHe ) .

*, t'repe. Etc., with I ,shill tI cold to Mobile. S..50: ; Ptnsacola toNew ,;,,. .
;htdres. foimlns a nigh: '
ji assortment of stationery and the clt ct Is GEO. A. PETERSON Orleans, $550; from Cantonment H. J/iHCKE r :3" /
j jingle; in the ram, so I ; '
C. V. THoMPSON Pensacoia. Parties
same us t.:1 i' hl
N ;0 South Palafox Street. I divided that it provisos a nicptadefor : i Dealer In I desiring sleeper will apply to ticket : ,

--- i hats gowns and shot's. The toy i a:ent in time. Pnrchae ticket at .

Ml'LOYMKNT: OITILK. bholf may bold either boxes or sera Bieyeles and Biayele Sanjr- 'I ticket office. Tickets good for five Plumber Gas and Steam fitter y
I >
.s. up ;lisa or call at the office. wits for Rambler.Cleveland and hacycie: days to return on any regular: passenger : tj ;
Agent 1
i train. For further information -
\' .h Palafox when i in
y street I ,...Iran E.-a., 1 'f
hill'1.111'd' >fa carpenter.: K. D. Hoffman, i. When you are at your wits' end Repacing TyprwritersGun., :. :,I i, apply to No. 6 South Palafox Street. f1 tAll
*0; A2 of ROBT.KINO or '
t'nt the
*rflJi, itrs' Union will Carpenter's furnish you: i 1 refreshment! Ideas suited to one or two I Bt any lock. Etc. I| P. THOMAS, Kinds 0* Plumbing and Gas FittIngs Materials Kept on Han /* .. < .

vl"1 >Ie desired help 1 on short non25tf II I afternoon or evening callers, Just tr, 12 West Romans Street.j Pensacola. ;I rELEFHOXE a B2& .> fEMSAOOLA, .TA, "
"'* this delicious dish known as "Meiicau .
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I leaden of a faction attended the i irtltuted :, SELMA EXCTUS10S. : CATHOLIC BAZAAK. .-. .. .t,,; .,... ..._....':" ._.;ro-._. ,
THE DAILY NEWS : : ;:.-.. -,- -. .,. '.' '.'AA.t'- .' ,', :-:, .
tate convention flht'years apo. They: \ : i=' > -- ---- ''

were out for the staff. They exhibited ail Our VUiton! are Being an ..omeIJ'Enterlalnf'd. Mrs Julia Moon"y AVins in 111' Piano IJ.'i 1 1i

Kattr at me Post Office at Pt'nlacola, I the strength they had and boasted! much I Contest. :

jri&..M econd-cla matter. more held in reserve. Of course the other r.-\i\ The Selma excursionists were I The Catholic bazaar closed last I: JBiilittin Jolmoott & Son. 1!

South Pala- faction present saw the whole thing a' it
Orrici:: Pitt'i successful week
shown that portion of Penacoa! to nght: after a most .
01 urert up-stairs. ally was, but lor the fake <>f harmony the

offices were divided with the hungry nh :: be seen by a tour of the electric car of businesswhich will largely swell f{k--- u __ __ -_ _____ j: ;i II

PUBLISHED BY and loaf hunters and in the division tbe i syotem yesterday afternoon and all the church fund. A pleasing pro. :a I

THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00. office of fctate superintendent of pUbc instruction ; grim was presented lat night, including j

fell to Mr. 8hai5. 1, Those expressed who pleasure had been at here the before trip. a piano solo by Mice May -1 LARGE rijMHA r I

Terms-lnvarlably In Advance. Before his first term of office was out be McCafferty, a whistling solo by Mie Q
were greatly surprised at the won-
Mail..3: ont'IX was as politically dead as a door nail. In I Modeate Hargis and a recitation by

On Iontb Year by M .... ... .... 3 1.1 performing the duties of the ort e he was derful growth of the city. Mis. May ::Summers with uiusicby I
.... .. r.l1 La"t night a gor/eou5' :echnic .11
Thr* Months .- ImpuUive. dictitorlal, and rash. It was an :> the Heine orchestra. LtW;i were made by us prior to jj;; ,
"ne Month .m. ? ;i di-play drew a vast throng down 1 1t
(lDt We k. by Carrit-, payable Monday lu alnioki universal Utermination to retire visitors idea ,I, The excitiuf contest for the piano ( \ \ i
bUll to the shadesof private life. But here town, giving our some closed at 11 o'clock when the vote : the recent advance in all $!
of the size of The
THE WEEKLY NEWS: good luck stood hi' friend. di-play took our place the plaza: stood S.SoSJj: for Mrs. Julia Mooney (I) classes of Cotton Goods 1 J'
Tb..reIIS during his first term of ofllce a with music by Wytr's band, and I, und 1,16514 for Miss Piaggio. There 11.; : (I!)
Friday at J1.CO per year
PcbWbed every ( school established within the Mate in were other contestants but none of 1

Pottage free. _-_ which tbe co-edacaliou of the races wns was Grand as follow Salute:-Mammoth & -inch them received anything like the E 1 111{:!)) :lj\ Hj
of the leaders. Cloth fir [
vote tall
TELEPHONE NO. 118. practiced: that Is, white children aiid negro shellil."Wdcome"8et. high 12-yard pieces, SI.CO .
children were taught in the sane Mrs. Mooney was heartily con XAJ4
classes and no distinction was made on account piece. Georgeous I, gratulated upon her success. |;j Soft-Finished nainsook, 12 yards far SI.OO jij;
Advertising Rates furnished on Application. i display of mammoth bouquet golden )| ( ) .J

of color. Sheats framed a bill and wreath and meteor rocket RKl'MON: IMIOGUAM. ; : 36-inch Egyptian Cambric, ntoi! 20c yard, 8 U.! T :. 1
got it Introduced into the legislature of Planet Set Magnificent 1.
Revolving piece
I't\i5. which was enacted Into law prohibit of electric cascadesand ( i yards f&r si CO m I
display .
United Confederate Veterans, at 1'eneacola
ing this sort of thing and practica'.ly killIng !l 11 (

Z01 &$ 1'he school had been established and kept of golden prismatic umbrella The following announcement has (;Ii j 30-thce White India LiBOD, sheer, for 5s yj (jj;) i
up by a wealthy church in the Northern Flight of gorgeous rockets-a cloudof been issued by the committee : (

Tan paper I I. on file with the state and of course it raised a bowl over golden fire. Veterans will meet promptly at 10 '';'' 30-inch Corded Piques-short enls-for 5c yd <:;. 11 I

BANNING ADVERTISING CO. the destruction of tbelr infamous school Niagara Falls-Set piece. Display 'a. m., April 2t5th ( ihureday at D ([a) E'i rr I "J Ij
and published heats far and near as the of weeping willow 'and peacock Clutters' hall ; 1000 yards Striped, Checked ad open ) '1

Endioott Building. St. Paul Minn., where author of their downfall rocks. The convention will be called to '&' work lawts nice 10 to 20e
Inbccnben. advertiser and others may plume ;;;; closing ;j;
examine it and where estimate will be gireu The friends of the t-cbool also published Pensacola and Selma Rairoad-: order by W. F. Lee, commander of ( ) ( (
upon ipace for GENERAL.ADVERTISING extensively that tbe Citizens of Florida did :Set: p-ece. Flight of bouquet bomb Camp Ward No. 10. l ttj j out at 9cyd lj;) -p.Efl'i i I II

notagreewith Bbeats tiews on this matter sh e fls. ; 40-inch White for Exhbition ; I t
P2XSAOOLA: APRIL 25. 1900. and that they would punish him there Good night-Set piece. Marnoiotb FROiltAM.1AtSnging ) Organdies ii;\ .,

-- -- for by electing( another man to the office he shell. : of the long meter Dresses IfltolScyd tj: Jj !; I
then occupied. Tbe editor of this paperwas This morning the visitors were Doxology. I
(). nOCH. llC NOMINKKS.For : : then editor of the Ja.per News and in taken on an excursion on the bay. 2nd-Praver, bv Rev. Percival H.Whaley. (:) 70-inch 'Waits Organdies 45 t to SOc yd ri:| \'

to LgibatUreC. : an editorial that paper be called the attention alon* the city front giving a viewof Lii I. i, .
Itprellentati\8 of the democracy of the state to the the wharves, etc. then to the LifeSaving 3rd-Welcome address by Hon. J.

.. IORESO .IOS V ., I I| fact that Cheats bad to bt renominated or ::Station where Capt. Broad. :M. Hilliard.4th !: Yards PRINTS for 'j P :,i

J.EMMfcTVOLtE. ele tbe democracy of the state would Hand bent entertained them with a drill -Ke.punse, by Gen. E. M. Law.6th R I 10 0 Wrappers tJC C 1, /t
forth before the world mixrJschools ::
For MierilT: as favoring of the life saving crew. A run wa -Convention"formally turned

GEOKGK E. SMITH. and opposing the ,.heats law; that I then undo to the eutrance: to the over to Maj-Gen. E. M. Law, commanding (:) ONLY (jjj J / j I Ii Ii

our hotity and traditions: had to be upheld harbor, in view of the forts, hen to Florida Division Cnittd I i
4 For Circuit Clerk: and Bbeats just had to receive the nomination : ;
the navy yard, where an elaborate COllft'd"'r:1tefoter.Lus.. yISMONDAY i
AXufS M. MCJ11LLAS. by way of endorsement of /1.6 o..tI"nI dinner i j.* beinir served. The return I, The public is cordially invited to if) Laces and Embroideries. (m|) v -J I

For Tax Collector: I I, on the mixed school matter i to the city will be made t-n the attend the meetings especially, at S .

This editorial or Its IVALKMBERTE.
A.H. all over the state;the democracy rcog nized weleome and response.Veterans 111 A urtraiwav-rroadHj.\'.' trcaui' Ill / \ tI

A For Tax AsorsBor: its truth, and for the reason therein given. Bad Prinking Water-Every One from Selma are cordiallyjnvited ,t I) V touahlr rhave 1'r.crb.theNt.t Things at lira 111 I I IX I

4 W. W.UICHARIV*. I IJ.Ir atone, M r. Sheats received he nomlnttion. sutlers greatl.v from the different to remain iu Peusacola and tiVSboe
No such reasons now exist; no more fortunate kinds of water he i; compelled to attend tLe reunion.A | I
County Treasurer: i j! !J
: accidents are likely to occur. aud drink, and nothing is !so likely to I ---- --- ani Clotting! Dtparteeat

JOHN W. FKATEK. unless we much mistake tbe signs of tbe bring on an attack of diirrhu-a. Thousand Tongues ,,

1'or Ccunty Judge: times Prof.TOI11 K. McBeath the teachrr. PERRY DAn PAIX-KILLKK is the Could not express the rapture of i'+'' (W:J *;.OOt-UW Worth of New :Shoes Jut Received.! l[| II '1
I scholar, gentleman and editor will f.ll tb onlysafeqtmickand surecurefor it.
R. MCCULLAGH. f]. of 1123 Howard .. ...
1 office now occupied by Mr. Sheaf, for the cramps and cholera morbus. Avoid Springer t.: tl.50 buys; a Ladi:'- Pump :Sole Oxford : .
For School Superintendent: ': next four at least. ,-treet Philadelphia; Pa., when she btro1p or southern Tie. ,
years substitutes, there i is; but O.IP Pain- ,( ) 1 ) I
; found that Dr. King's New Discovery -
Mr. Bheats not tho Killer Divis'. Price a! .'. and !
X. B.COOK. I :: : was only "ac i Perry > for Consumption had completely H.lIO buys a Nice Strap Slipper for Mises. .;.

For Clerk Criminal Court: cident" or the beneficiary of subsequent :- bIle cured her of a hacking cough that
; fO] f l.oO buys a Handsome Hoys' Shoe. I
M.P.BON KAY. "good luck." There were for many years had made life a bur- I ) (:) ,
CHAUTS COIIUKCTKD. den. All other remedies and doctors )? House Slippers at 1.'e. 75c; and |1.W. ,', D
others, whose nam-j* reader !
Justice of the Peace 2d; District: every o

For ;AMESR. LANDUUM.For these lilies will readily recall.! ;Correct Depth of 1'eneacola'g! Chan says; could of this give Iloyal her Cure-"It no help, but soon she removed if"] Summer Clothing for Men in Linen, Duck |:j|

Constable 3d District: The time has come to correct the nel Now Sh..\n the pain in my chest and I and Cassimer. :).

Fwr CHARLES County P.Surveyor KOBE. : l cf errors the party to restore, to eliminate the original factional status:. 1 ant Through Reisinger the efforts ably of assisted Command by,' can can feel now scarcely like sleep remember sounding soundly doing something its praises before.I I;. N\Tf I 1{:} viiF;;;: -- -- __ _u ((::.) S .

:State Senator J. Ed. O'Brien and I
ism from the state's civil list as wellas I : the Universe." Ho will
W.C. BECK. throughout
For Members School Board: from the party organization! and I I Congressman 8.1. Sparknnn, the,. every one who tries Dr. King's New (;1 ODF MOliier Du rm\ nt\ [for BrisgJ (m)
to relegate the "accidents" and the correct depth of water through the Di-covery for any trouble of the
A.V.CLUBB! channel Pensacola harbor will Chest Price 50c.
to Throat or Lungs.
A. ('. BI.llt::rr. JR., beneficiaries of "good luck" to the 0 : This m'( J
; 1 now be shown on the otHcial chart and $1.00. Trial bottles free at W. &
E. WARt grateful shades of private life. of the hydroraphiemef'; A. D'Alemberte's Drug Store; every &

Weather Observer. J. Wright: bottle guaranteed. 1 ,

forbidding MOBILE is indulgence to have new, in ordinance public A startling:UO15UF.I incident THK GUAVK.of which Mr. Jr.weekly hydrographic, has pamphlet received office published for a copy the information by of the the H1KT-MOKTON. .|!: JUilliam Iou0ou!) & Son. |t1! .

places of the filthy habit of spitting.PeauacoU's John Miser of Fhiladfclphia. wa the of mariners, which contains the A Brilliant Hume WeddingTtiU Morn-

could not uhject is narrated by him as follow *L ... .V
council following nude i"K.MUs .
interesting -- -
city report : -_ ",
*: "I was in a mot dreadful A. S. nQof the ( .." ".4ia_N. =- ...." ': <'. c.:.p.-". ...I-or-t.. ..i.''='='"., 0:.",I
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by Capt. ,
do a more popular thing than to follow condition.\' skin was almost yellow ig-hip Lila Morton, daughter of Mr. --" -" --
New York
which recently visited
Mobile's excellent example. &y.-s sunken tongue coated, here: and Mrs. A. K. Morton of Can- .

pain continually in back and sides, Wi who have been spending
bridge, ;
Florida-Pensacola hay entrance anemia : "
j J. C. HAXLEYof St. Paul Minn.. no appetite -gradually growing I'epth. directions Liruifnnut- the winter here. wa wedded at J. M. HILLIARD & CO.
Switzerland weaker day by day. Three physi- ConinmanderChrIesC. Roeers. o! th- L'. S. ,
and Prof. Ruhlaud cians had given me up. Fortunately KlHji'hip New York. reports having obtained 11 o'clock thU morning at their
are engineering a scheme for a gigantic a friend advised trying 'Electric the following information In m tbe home on Tenth street, to Mr. Chu. Manufacturers and Dealers iuCarriages -
wheat trust to be Hitters and and United states Kntfineerufflce at l'.n''uln: Hart II! Evauston, 111.. Rev. W. E.
organized to my great joy Tbediitanrtt between the buoys marklnc
I the firt bottle made decided the Caucus channel is .in' feet. Tt. 1I..p.n..d :\1 c 11 W.1111, pastorof the First Presbyterian -
wheat in the '
all the
growers and IrafczRepairing )
by Buggies Wagons
& improvement. I continued channel begins at the onciimlfool. church officiating. \ \
world, at a conference to be held at depth nenr buoy C..5.i Ipo-Ite Vi.:U>e The house had t>..f'n beautifully
their for theE weeks and '
ue f' am <'ruund. .ini extends to th natural tia-foot
Paris during the exposition, the idea now a well man. I know they saved il-pth out-ide of Caucus rhnnnel. Its width decorated in advance with lovely Attended to ''
v<.ilfs frum 1\11101/1/ Net. '1"he depth in the Ihwt-r-\ and :graceful ferns, manipu- : Promptly.:: ( ::
control and
to absolutely reduce and robbed the of
I being my grave another .
ails if the channel is 31 S feet: i.ut-nlc! ofHiiiusrhnni.el
1 ited into pretty and arti-tic designsby
the agregate: product so as to victim.: No one should fail <' to 595 31 feetHnd m>-rtf ..f hands 0 p I EAST HARDEN ST. : : : : : PKXSAK'i'! \ i :
to try them. Only (j4) cents per but fauci hannel to past upper buoy C..". 'upp the skilled: of Ii."lOlftte
maintain the future price at one dol- tip at W. A. D'Alembem's "It" MlddIeUrounill.31 tfet. Moreno, the tl.1iet, and all pie-ent
Vessels entering vhould l leave the whistling averted, th. bt' hadI
lar. In the meantime, countless Store. t never
buov on the starboard Imnd IP It "tand
millions of people in India are starving -- -- -- ''In on lh' Caucus range. steering N. 1.1W.. prettier floral elfc-ct been seen in "
l'O"ln coi'ur. I rue \-OS: W. IIIHK.I I Cuntinueon tilltourpH -... Pen,.:-ic..lj. Every room wa a bower
to death for lack of food. Comment "in>; through channel until up, I.. Un-k of bfiiuty and the scene presented "BUY BEST.
<-un luioy :0.". 5. o| posite :V.uMlo iirouiid
appears to be superfluous. lI.nlll'"oll ollins Arrested for Committing alter \\ Inch/ picrefd with vetI'f. HV"\Tnue rivaled: p l'ture from fiiryland.
--- a Nuisance on a Public draft according to the bulling Mrections. After time l.t'retJJonwhich wa

ItI a noteworthy fact that thr thrci- Street, very inmpresive-the wedding mirclibeing ::: := IrI1' ECONOMY; !
I> draft .l' '.
candidates that tied thl'm-.h'j to the nep p.i played by 'Ir.Iar -
should turn eraduiiilv
very "ith II pirtl.tlmkeeping
Bryan kite, thinking that thereby they I There were thirteen C'aH'; beforeMayor toward the Kort Mci'eti mite -the jIIP"ti were invited to

would fly Into cilice in Alabama, namely Milliard in the police court and a lieu the rear light of the H.imncHrauge > partake of a wedding dinner the
to the \\ E'.tlllarrt,1
opens the foilluhl
Me* ri. Jolmtton tailings and Tnmlinkon this morning: ill which $65 in fines .li. uld fleer N. !'>:; K.: trufV.: In .-laborite and elegant; menu !btins ::: Our REFRIGERATORS are Guaranteed to Ke ; I
were thfoii'h who came out with thepooreit t:. ''I I'. IHHK) until Fort )ll'I\'.. bu-, been s.- .-d by skilled waiters under thr,
were assessed.: Lawrence Austin. passml; the course .1I..ullllll"lI t,.. ctmn eil and take a lower temperature than any other! on the market.
M'oreuithe nut. Tin |>''opt'' maybe :: .md"lIt'dir.ctitll\ the mnmnlgeliltlit : -
charged with riding a bicycle with- \erygrailuHllyloN.7r9: I;. tru" iK\K: ', K.
for Rraubct tlu-y want toiiirthuiK out a light: and for not ringing hi- ivnii. i in orUer t" )\U.j tim.. iu<.t hero point <%f Hotel c'unbia.; Thpciiocol They have an Ab-olu DItAIIt PKOVISIOX CJIA.MI.I i ; I I.
a rpcuiumpiidation of other men than of S.HUIH I-,, l-l< uJ. nccorUiiiK to Mul- ite :and ir* '' were -tn'plit'll| '
bell at a croasinirwad: fined $5; lcircLIoim.For.. \\ ..Irrantedh"olutt.I ()Jorle -'.
that the" ar.supporters of :'I r.lIn'lul.-lo. Collins leg : and -.-rv'" by \\ T. Orf''-" & Co.
I [I-lIIprQon chaqed'ill'
bile Regictr. Auioi'ir: time srut-ts were Mr.! Hird- -----------
committing a imu i-alice 01a public- .
PRIH.1KS. I il and family If Kt-ntnok: :Mr
rj Advocacy of the renomiuation of rig ( >
;street was flued $5.; '
\ WI"<;I.nw'SIOOITUI"'. S1 RTF hf.i Ovf-r,.on ,.f Wisconsin. :Mr. HflnLewi ciOur Ice Cream Freezers !/
Mr. Bryan could not have allected Edna ( with bin .' .
Groves charged : been u ed for over fiftv ye..r" by mi.horn olnmotb.r ,
:Mililhie Lewk Miss l
the sentiments of the democratic frtiia -: \ TO FKEK/E; IN 3' )IIXt'TiIti'l'ricl' ->
LindeiMruth. ) Mcllw.iin I ,
$5; iii the fonn-r and \\ p.-rfHtft success. It s.iutbcthe ciiildoftens :
C.I"I: discharged ,
ina;;"es of Ahbam.i ? > much as the tbe 1Cl11I..aIl8)5al.111.C'Ir" "in(] of this I'in-. and )Ir. ('ha tmd Ilrow n ol
in the latter. :01w. isral I. the l he.t fur (....
> retijedt rrnoIt -:> .
Lake :'oI1 tluc XVia of the
the cousin
insistence of candidatereferred : ,
-- -- -- will relieve the
littl .
poor mtlerer inil : : no IIuhiT 1 LUll ft.r Inl nor makes.!" o>ne ir .
to upon the reattinmtioii: of the j The (CVIbr.Urtl f'r. ,l mediatelytold lrul1.1l.t" in eerfart \ bride.
of the 1I"nrll. 1- thellit'llr. >1:111tllt'Ul t<>
Twenty-live c-'iit-- )" Mr. ar.d :'orr- Hut .Iepartrd on (
Chicago platform. That was the J. M. Clutter's .Iu"ic Hoie hI.. t'a. Bo n'f and"a'k for -Mr". '\ nv's| n:: walJiusr:' tour, ftftH

real secret of their ,di-iu-t. Mr. "t'l."ur,1| the :i!>ciicy fur the Wonderful '0 ittiin4 t-yi'UP. auJ take TlO tt..r ..1111/. winch! they will make their home ai t ); .n.8. GERSON.K-
Bryan lmn-tlf has not, fur quite u Hnirer l'idt1'I. Thy have j ju-t .\1.1. A ;?! T.\Jir:. E\lu..tot'I III.
received a ,.ltiplIl'ttt.f} the,' pi u" ifroni --- -
longtime. i inr-Nted upon the ('ldc.I;;" 10" South Pnlafcx.i
t li. factory an-l! are the! liiit Cliapniin-\Varren Co. !Si-drt-iJ a Suc- A. It HIIIf :Morgantnwn. Iii'l., .
platform: :\.. a tet of duuocracy.So ; the mirk
1I1-trtl'llent$ ever put on ? _
10li'.t :-'i iirit."All.i h.i-i to sri t up ten or twelve times it,
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at tlie prio-s tSinyvill be .-old! ir ; tho uiglit; and [had M-vere t'llckurh"

ivi-.iirti: Hlhlllr,. tho-e P' ices r'.lii': from .'Jit tf.T:: ... Mi-t.ikf' wa the l.i'l! pr- ,ii.l p.iiii in Mi" kiiiti v-. \\',,-: cured INK I I Fine furniture ill.*.. < ,

It 1 Is the part of wisdom, hi public 'l'li.y are ill I in double! \'t'Uf''r d .s, ntt-d at lie! opera liouf lAst ni>r.t! :\v -i.vV! Kmxvvf l'Iu.It'oO <.rtiir-: I !
ca-':-. extra h-it.-Nome: poli-h. aiitMil.V.. '.t c. Cinnvr'ti t < uilt} \ anl. styles, indiuliiiii
ain piivate allairs, to review thpra't. !>y the Clmpm-iii-Wasren {'t}. Tin A 1) .\:' iiItwrtc'. : ,
i \\r ar.tit&t fir five yar-j and ..neconstructed --- I am tllI"r"all' to cell) e..rt.t :, rGcktrs ti f l'l'r'i // '
1 KK. ,
: ;\ well filled all.1( the
ou-H :I"
end that "
to the err"r inadvertently curtain -
.f the bet
( H ry V. ?l K I. tins from the following!
: : di I : l.rpfdt.f Their'dmkftletc.
lint rise until after thp di-- prices.
made and (:IlididlUl'ktlO'l- : ri.l.l'l"ao. ciiickHiDirk! Jlr.ihnrts.
j>lav i-f Iir.: .vcrkIa: the :" .\ "p..r'iIIJWrth-| the Yours- l'altrtLreI .
edged. be carefully :1"I) .t.,1. ('alin: \ and ; may .. i piano in a : 'I11.akf 1an,; .'ni: i-ial Mtii'P.ns'r.tss) League; will be !ildit l !
iintinnntiiifr: buying!! a
elimination d factionalism Cuchni-, J'I 'm"'Hh Itocks, IJ"-<,wn furniture until ,
The practical the futur fir cert.-iiii- mpdv aiid k''pt the aiiiliVnce in a tie! ('Ii I iiu'iT of 1'mmiIiaerc'ri'.imim :y '
: neir: they are ,
-1 from the! democracy the lv heHutjpA" thi \i.. the initiilj 1 roar "f laiiihter frma curtail.i up til\! \otul' y *-vpiii'g. April :3i( at S LuiiornWyntiors.":iii the bf-t strains My f r\U jirtfr i I 1/1 ;, Jlfiinlu/i <}y I
very to Ivlouud. -
I! o'i''ocfc.! at which the League "; illeel.brite i
atl.trds f.tticg hijnnei't, WI' will! make f xtra peciilinJuceinents fall.The .
state a opportunity j aid! I invite tim | nblu- to call. (
ali."s ) :.
!':Jl'c were up-to-datf it4 fifth ntiiiiver''Mr.v with!
for reflection upon the evilthat it 1 flr-t xllipmetir.J. tn. the buyers of thi ati'i <1'Iit :tll u"iu '. a ?nmkf>r. All formrr members! are and see ciy poultry: yard-about Tiifi I : :.:: == = .-

once Irmul.t up<'n the party, and M. Ci.i Mrsic HOOK, To-ii2ht. bill will bo the pitri- cordially invited to attend.I \. tine, fowl on hunt! hutinps: of |1lPi.rr ;t t"itf
TTKK s ;; for 4 l..4i.; Lot n: C.
; : ii.i.z Ns.
fUKgests the t.d"l'th'lI tit polieif- 111' jud 114 >. 1'alafux !?t. "tic drama MI live acts entitled! j\1o} 0 UNTAIN
Manag.r.It"S .
.": utie for Liberty. 'i.I i.''''
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that\ will: j>rt-\i-nt their recuririu-e. --

-_ _ Alack uf iirmne-i at a ciitical I InditTt'-tion the direct cau-e: of -- --- -- return !>11I11)t sincere thank- : & CCJ.'S
To iccoaaoJats tho-e who
dieaethtt kill tlllI1"mtl.! : ( ar pirti '
time, and a grourili2..,. fear rf tbediiiutegratiii I of pt-r-. ti II in. u-y nt atomizer( i in ,tIIJI'- my iirniy friend for their lH'V! inter FLY l'CHEEXS.Ithlm :.
rotjannually. Mop tli*' tr.uhl. at .-st manifested in undIUditfr'* II XTEverybody TI\; '
;; powers fl a really 1 theouf.ft with a little I'KICKI.V .\-11I ill:: I HitiliU into tJm tiajrtl: jl4ges b.-hilf in thiS piano conttst at the W.\' fEU.

weak but apparently! ,:troiig; faction i UnTris; it >trcngth. the .ma.cli fur i-ir.ti'i'lml fn>nilf .v, the proprit-t"- Catholic !bazaar.
and aid digiMiou. :OO:\ Hannah ;prepare Kly's: Liquid ('reat'i H.ilm.Trice Js.! 1rtllf. Will:I yell to tl.e hUlieft; biJ.Jt-r the needs: a t, '
l'f'l'ltd ab the
which ut tn
capture ; lro-. : ini'lti'ling lie spraying i tub iI i- wreck and machiuery "f the -temerApalachne
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party organization to unworthy cents Druggist: by mail. The That Tr"hin lI"a.lal'h a-5 it now lif'; sunk in lazy spriiix daytr dnv" *

compromise with an iuierml foe, lu.iss is TIM: M\X.: iKjuid nn i.i.1iK< tl'e mediciiiiil pNp- Ctupola river uliout three jnils! tired feehiir. Mountain M l ,

rtie-5-; I.f the ,..')ljsl preparation.Crrdin ; Would quickly leave you. if you ,ib'.ve Wf-wahitchku.1 Fit corm-j-t- does this It iaviirorat< i :
which, iatead of I'einj thereby disarmed (Chi.; j|. Kijs i is the man who ad.
Hahn! quickly ab-orbed by used Dr. King's New Life pills.Thousands I in;; of the following: : Two engin"". flea the blood. Jt curt -t t tcaes .1
gained: confidence and encouragement "erti1'I'u5ae.ld.: He does it right
the membrane and does not dry up ;; of sufferer have proved! 12 inche- in iiiamter, flve-fuct of I indirection. It .'
for further as":1utsr(1n : aud drserves. your support.( the secretions hut change: them tn their matchless! !" merit for :Sick and -troke ; one doctor pump : one fire I.
- a nstnriil and two ..te",1| boilerfept\ immanently all stomach tn-i.1' .
1' the peace and principles of the healtliy character. Nervous Headache. They! make pump; by 4J .
f.mJt'f the I of If you want the: host; cigar on the Ely Brothers, iV5 Warren fct., N. Y. pure blood and strong nerves and inches diameter and "tie electric: makes the sick well : t A

party. consequences market a-k for Anlli.lIelJ. ICrnege build your health. Easy' to take light plant. Address I etrong; ; and it dye.title. w ,
the compromise are graphically de- & Ku.rlfKiau: Agents. ailtfHessslaohe c..TQrtI.A.Bea up 2.1 ,\". R. :MO-.ISE. .
Try themOnly! rent Money run down lease I Ij I/,
rcribed in a recent article iu the ,tie 1:8 KnJ: 'ic Ha;1 Awiy 2c gi! back if not cured. Sold\ by W. A. :r.a-lm CoIutJIbu-l a. I I j healthy M.oil,unti., : ,

Lake City Index from which the /J Hruzzi"t. .
,, 4-t4- D'Alemberte. Dove brand hams and i' Tonic has ben tried by tiir. '
made. Inferring ..<
following extracts are people iu I'en-acola.'or

to the first nomination of Biliousness sour stomach con tiratioa -. Fox River butter. green breakfast bacon Dulds &; :; whom heartily rtc"mi:"'ii'i-! .

State Superintendent Sheat*, Editor end all liver ills are cured hHood's The best 5 cent Cigaron 'and roasted coffee and Swift's butterine. Wil- 'bp..t tonic! they ever U-I d. I It i'

Hams' and Charbonneau's !! more than we claim for if. '
in an
PillsThe everything kept up-
Caldwtll ?ays: market is the j liar per bottle. ..ix bottle'r '

Hit rir.t ninitlon: 111':1'1 brought nlieut non-Irritating cathartic. Trice t DURHAM. Try them atD'Alemberte's. to-date grocery at H. Mnl- jellies and preserves at H.Muller's :| lar-. Try it. It is made. i'

Joy rea
-.ieasocratlopartj.: A uuttbi-r cf sril-coi: ; C.I. llvol i Co., LOT,el!, Mass. street. Phone 213. fox street -. i i sale at HANNAH hc'






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fcOGAL HENS NOTES whom term of will the be court.admitted at the May R HALLIDAY & CO. jjf'HSpecial '

Col. Fred. L. Robertson of Brooks- :

rille, and Col. G. N. Sausav, now of 1 Sale !
Bainbridge[ came over on yester i Bankrupt ;" 1
I'tnlQcoflld rt 'II! nrrrast fcr r day's train and will take a promi- .- -- "
,,,.:',, cud Ttiurttlng frn\ east to nent part in the U. C. V. reunion. : 1
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.' ..*/. J/rtrimMm t ".rnt"rc yrstrr v
f.tint; mii.tinum IH vial Z IIt"ur..I;.). Among the excursions-ts here from Sale
Selma i* H. C. Graham. e litor of the of f .,. v L] :[
:. L' ">!! J r.f of eminole is a Selma Journal. Mr. Graham is a
. rte t\ cju-inof Mrs. \V. II K-iowles andis J + I
the guest of Mr Knowles daring '; c. '. iI
.\. :Sxan; II-f Montictllo arrived his stay. He iaaConfederateveteran :
.. clay la-t nin'ht. and one of the most prominent citizens .. Ufhiteoods.( ;<

of Dallas county, having twice I .
:, ,rev Burn, of the G. S. & F. R.t represented thatcou'nty in the legis- t y
t t. .. .. {guest at the I:-cambia.i lature. He has also been circuit HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK OFCLOTHING I :

( T Oibb-i! of Talaha! ee arrived clerk and has held other offices of 3 VncMndiiLenrecul$ values I :ijfi-incb English Long Cloth at : : tat

", ;tot ML-ht to rpend a few days trust. I.,. 2=I';: and .5-. U l b J. *:2U. f.W and $3.00 rer piece r40inch '::
is IHldJ. -. The committee appointed by the i !
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'if 12

\I: Kildull.: representing the Pensacola plans; for Medical spriukliaif ociftto the formulate streets-: ti. at 12t2.India i.-, and Linen 35c., extra qaali-j!' .'' 4 i )

,' ...ufrturer ainemen: Record to-day. i* among have made good progress. They AND M MEN'S[ FURNISHINGS I m mI 4i>inch English! Nam-ook at ':.00 ..1.

> have ascertained the cost of sprinKen tt ttof Per-ian: Lawns at ::5. wand 5<.'c, and f:.2i per piece of 1': yard 'I : '
i ,t-O. Peter! was placed in thei. and operating expenses and a very sheer. 4 -
.'mty jail yenerday on a peace canvas. will soon be made among I .
,.rra'nt: made by John Nichold.e the buiness men to get them in- I 1 -inch Frencn Nair. <>ok or Paris Linon Lawn and Cambrics from \ .
;ere>-ted. The committee i is now Mu-lin. the peer of wlute: ( rood. ex. _' I .
oc to J1 75 a yard. We call especial
'. funeral of Henry White cold .
awaiting the of traordiriary value in same at 75c .
'- occurred at Mount Monah Dy the appointment commercial bodies committees to Eddie Goldstuker, adjudgeda and ll.iO. attention to our 7ic grade of Linen J
( irch Tuesday morning at 10 work with them. Cambric.
,, 'k.tIr 7i-inch: Orzacdy at 5o. ';5 and |l."i(" >.

I-am M Blake of Leon TRY ALLEN'S' bankrupt, I will close out The 50 and 'j5c.grade we b.iucht in 25; piece of Curtain Swisses' and :
., }'JOrEASEIA large quantities ut l Bummer for
ty an old Confederate an.l well. Embroidered Mu-lin 5n and 4y\
citiz"n jf that is here to be ttuktn into the bbnee. -prtllf'tHIlIIJ! delis ery. and you there.
t *n county powder inches wide from I 12'2 to wc a yard.
I'tiuJ the re-ui.ion. Your feet l.-..I bwollrn, -r\ou and hot.and every article jt-. benefit <.f the low price2inch -, The above were bought at a special Ia
get tired easily If you holebrnartingtretor I
light tlioes. tryAII.-ruoi-Laie.. U figure! and cinnot: be duplicated. '
e funeral of Rev. W. A. Gil- : Mou-ellmedi' ?Iie i a ilk
cools tba >>*rt and inuk"walking
A. M.. I). D., will take place Lures bwoU..n. sweating fret Ingrowing/: rn'jr. and linen fabr c.'et'\ 'ster al.d 1'
the Ninth: avenue Baptist naiU. bll'ters and callous! 'pot'. Htlitvtsrorns i filky.uitable t'ii .FIr"t Comtaunion! o4-inch Point de Esprit: at 50 and '
''i colored' at 11 o'cluckThurs- an J bunions of 8.1 1 pain and gives rrst and Conmeiittmtt.t drt-t=. 7Jc a jai-d. a
und comfurt Try it fo'i/ag. fold by all :
druggist and shoe for ;>. Trial' Reg-ardless of Cost -, t
paekage .FP..EE.dt.lrl'se.. Allen U1rn ted,
j n NirlKili. proprietor of a re;:- Lel.oy. >. 1Musical. Ladies' Cambric Underwear.
'.ntieur: the {'.tinn depot, aud -- --- ,
l'eteia wiitre-s therein were l'pnl.lp.Ul'lItinn l W* have ia'! rKV.ved ar. fh'' 'hipir- of Oor..' < < & Vlrt*. (,owns andi'raxrr
-tJ yt-terday on a charge of ,. nursale'toth'n' pt !. \\. :,..-:. t" \t itt our <.'1p"l'lall'JIJ'11 gar-
wdultfry. The J. M. Clutter Mu-ic House! i" lio .nl."r..dll\l\.8"dIJ"! u.\r'-.l -i>:i.!ii t."r.:. &I .1 te>t uf all the pruekLadies'
are eoLbideren t.Ir""I": :) L...
recei\lnjjdiily: 1lfrial.oB and have -FOR CASH-! )
\\"ikiiji.ieii's Democratic in stock at pre-ert a full and complete
Cotton Skirts +
.11 an inter*-; tinjj meeting:; hue of some of the m"'t celebrated ;

.' .i i.Mit .in-1 .'., sided to continue piano of the day. The famous I In (1aatta.: V !Im-. L.::fi>> aid li .>-k-: '. '11 i *a: i" i.> .'. p.Uu! : ai.J IIplh.Utd.l :, t
orsablLttunforwork: ( in future Krauich & Bach the celebrated '- .
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.ucal campaign,. Lester and the world renowned

\' -.. Annie (t'liifrJ.. H. New- Crown the! old reliable Fixtures Shelving Show Cases R. HSLLIHJLY & C [] .
iaau'Boll and wife. "'. B. Uoyal and smith.k 1 Itlfnei' pianos are ,I .
.and MiHaul*-.. V Bell 'f Fer all on eur floor; giving purchaser* Telephone l' 1 ", and Palafox Street. ,
.Jll:;', armed here hit: night and or intending! purchi-ers an exceptional ,
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i-t,>red at the J'atnbia.. I opportunity to *elect pianos; I Etc. will also be Sold t:'l j
from the cheapest known reliable d+
i ClfrW( Uniju will "Pilon a.kt ni'tke to the mo>t famous make-.
ii-iiifi< tutu of Pen..acola toe 1 In addition to all the above, w*> Some IQterestIQQ Fi ures.a f .,
.- their places of business during have a large number lightly u-ej if
e fcuuimer months at 6 o'clock p. GVrilCht piano; some of them have <

., Saturdays exeepted. Every only been rented a few month*, on BEGINNING (- I'ita: ,.f the Four il'r.LI Hank uf ih* \\ rM ;:.
tuin*>"s nun'i-hould sign i the petit which the purchaser; can sate fiom

:('n when pre+f'ntt-d. |:2U to IM, and on these second hand: I I Bank of England. $86,047,935 l
The committee on floral decora- pianos we can make term as low aJ4 -' .

t 'H-' for C'lliredl't.HI'If'lnnrial: day per month. Bank of France. 36,500,000 ':
all who will contribute flow- With all pianos sold we dye an b
er.'fjues-t to!send thmi to R. E. Lee square elegant !scarf stool instruction; : Imperial Bank of Germany, 28,560,000 :
: .t later o'clock to-morrow book $;; worth (.f muic; and two Saturday 1 21 ,
ufen.oon. Till 1 committee will bet years' tuning free, and we guarantee : April Bank of Russia. 25,714,920
,ere to receive thun. that the miiufacturer u..raa. ,I __ _
tee will be made good in e\eryiti' >
Alli Raker strictly in the swim. stance of the slightest dtfect what.fI Total. $176 22,855 I
\ithe\ rxcnr-ioiibty from Helma'
are ppr..ollti: friend* of hid.and they ever.We cheerfully 'how the merits o:: rUins HELD BY THE MUTUAl liFE IKiURiXOl: COKPiKY A A "
non think there i ii any place in these different pian.t. and respectfully ,. o-- -.r--.r : --------0 S 301
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}'...n..sCfJIwhere: the can petquita I invite the public to call anc\ FOR Tf E PiYHEKT[ OF ITS FOL1CIE5, DECEMBER, 31. 183B ,Q"wQI .
i.j good a meal as at .\. K Baker & examine: w h'-theryou intend buyiuj I 1 1
I ,/-. New! Cordova restaurant.The at pre-ent or not.
Or 5125,021,682 more than the combined .- ...
We will for fev
rent you a piano a
funeral\ Lewfc Butler col- *
I aid, whodied from injuries recently dollars! per month aud the rent cat 3ST. Goldring capital of these famous banks. l t 'ii
sale if i Call 1
. -cei\ed while 1.rldiug a vessel inter apply on piano ibought.
\ attended early for first choice. 'Hit- 11.f..rm If |I'"lil'.f 'Iht- Mutual[ Uf,' hi-rrarcc: CJnl'allJ c.J
. !: bay: wa-\ilrjt ye"ter-
J: M. CLVTTEK'S Mt" hors, "
(Pay liy men.ber of Hnyinen's Protettue it' Non' Y(Irk. 1'icl.nrl!: \ A. :MiC'nnh., rri'-'K-n i \ :. I. r.'tidrst! r i ,
112 and 114duuti Palaf street .
: j\ .'.
\.itti"n No. and Lum-
to.- -.rill"... Ti4..* li,.'...,..\. -il...*.ii.t. .4-....'.,.Iatinn ------- '--' I"1'1'1'1'( ( "I 0 f ?:"I;'il.-(14.:7.f,I ( I :: u-ets. F-I ;
r-;... ::. ldi'.I.ful: liJht. A NOTED M\CH1NK.Tli : I MEUUIWETIIKK'S 1'1'111iI-l'lll1F1T.\HLE: : I INVEMMKXITlinl :: : r f' ''f 3'

Max L. l:.olHl. mina: .er (,---1 K. M. Higgins! Editor Seneca, > Sunny .\1a/i/ll' "Jfd of f 0. ./. New Offering fur Use Ci'inliiK Week.Merriwether. -5.II.KKVL; : l I..t A\s'H; ) THE: IX:; ..'RETX ; ".
'\'!Iif"- irauiiiiiith clotliinir! (Ill ..i) New, was afflicted for years .. i.'
emfriiiin l
ii'I 'tl I-.. "DH of the firm of with Pile* that LO dmtur or remedy I'ryor'x It/ Fnrnttnr lloii isii I the Intepdencia: f.\ lulo.] !, "-:.1. ...-..r:.IK't' 1.11.'.-i' 0 f.\i .t... '... I.lutun ,

i" pl l (..tlin "t Co.. grocer-*, left to-day helped! until lip tried llucklen'Ar: (>t>'d thr( !/"o+lf the imrlil fur Hi, r- street furniture man offer:. for the .:'::" !jm''i-; :ij. ii.kiirniii'i: wit: !:out i\'.. _' .f. '-:' ::. w

. f ,ir Loui' 'II". heri', on nt\t MouIV I nica salve He writetwo bo\e- I n Hi tit work (iixt lifiht I'll/Illill.l/.I1'l'ir'lr: coming week the following Lil'trjr"f"! !.,' 5j-; .
... wholly cured him. It's the wrest! ,
| : IIH will signs It-i hi" \\ if" Mllie'nruJ lnnixd.'crjx irnnti. r'J" "., i! '
*' 1-VNfi'thrtl! of that ri'1' \ Pile cure on earth and the b.....tsilvein inrii ,, 1 KAIir. HAROAIXrf One) nt':! '- :..r.-v !:. ; :..\ :JIo..ut.\! :. :d. : :',:. '. 'I
< not hunt 1 the world Cure
will gu mi all extended wed- narantPf'I'1 addition to his complete "tol'k..r For r.-: ''if.1 ,',. .'t' *
Thru tai: : : ::1 i ;i" \ '> .
: Stour.L Oul\j; centsold by W. A. D'AlUru2rit. < L I etubrtte; everything in his( line: .
\ ... ;AJli (;.mloti aidV.! H.WilIii'iH ; HX ami li'ill m II you one Hint yon fill Canv.i "- eat Camp Htoolfron1; CECIL WM.I.COX r ) Gnoraltf ; Ant '. .
- wern w..,ld.1| at th-. h.nine ,,111'(1.1.1( ilidMil withat a r.1 jury 40 ; ,
Seal Nudcln's
Anger's Golden centup .
the l'fI.\a..t: \ e\riiinj. \liev. J. M.'aui.el'v (wire frixxaf0n. \II'en/surnry. / :Steamboat l'hair'ith Back=, for
A KSO1''WJL1: F. TLN .
j Inter ..l tru1'al.ifox broad and fine, at (,l u/flx "I-f.daf,. "f'/.1''l fill Cl'IIt each.:

,"". ..\\'ilthm.' \1'*](c'HUH church! hnrt'from ntliiM).>[tin i'h-'_ H. Muller's, 400 South : fllfllltHft- tllt'- CltlUI. fltllilllfrom /, Adju-tahle(au\a-s E'l-Footrest: ..b:1ck: at Chairs$l.5f1, ncli.with: \V. ( ;. C'UH-KY.' : ( :' T 1 :. r

r, ti> work mi the new ('('lnman- Palafox street. Phone 213. ': ''''H'(1"f to tin Jim*t. 3.
,":IIr..owharf| "f the 1.. & N. a. i rcrtdit i* yours with u*, fimlirt You c-innot: find thee pood attheaeprices P".'S cotA rI.c\. : ...
l 'II anywhere in the city. .
>f tilt foremen. .
I DURHAM Cigars have ir 1 1 nl your trad. t
Call and see them !
\ MI-! "MHI; win held ye,'fonhy: by ]W\ !;,/lJII' nothing lutj'filf d'I1TillI'1 I .
x inn 'imj b iird for :uilmi-'hii no equal. For sale atD'Alemberte's. Mail orh.s linn P'Qi"/f iittiO. "fi'II, Telephone :310; 1XS:\ and 14u Ki-t ..
: a'f M),'" !III the r nitetl Milt"- Inteiidei'LMatiitt.! DRINK
: J/. l'fi/of'+ llii; Wli'i/i .,il. (1",1
w 'J'1"i :rPP"lItptl; | II.
-w"i\. ''" it tw! l.i-t term .ift Ilfli J'llflllllll'l,' IfoHS' Price, quality, weight, .

..I hib'1 -ir.l c ti-.i.m. of i "fo i i.: S'JltflI".1i.. '. prompt delivery and polite ,, ; ,
I Av v. c'uiir'ii: : :';('ntt r. GjJ0 ; uarauteed at .
.. attention s "
I'. 1\. NfhoN, ,
r 'ttrv :
.. > H Mn11Qr's14() South
.1'i :11.1 1 i'. Mor!uo J..rlf'o'. 1io.. .
Bean the lUKird Yen Hare Always BaiiZ"! Palafox Phone t{ t
\ >'i i'iT'i.\ ;- KVi -t nf 0 ti
'uri I'I-CM. Jr. and I K.i Pepsin Peppermint ;\\'afera aid di- l e hro11.. #- 21 ?. t. .

nor"-.1 :!tt'lruey. all i>t !gestion. A-k your dealer fur theta n! ,( SEE !'.O"co.: .... j Jlg

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1 11e Forbes Store0 \ton lrm; t "a tii, ,h 3nYl i.:l i:4 t I tT ? 1rrf? :; .

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ot New Lots (\f the Pick of the Market swell our RATES : "' '.:,... 1',.,.' l '
\L'I Magnificent .hoof: Seasonable Goods.l All the S1.CO per Bay, H 00 per ink. r. *N Hli1EST AYYARDrcRPLPifl lm >"tt- y:'.. 1" ."

Latest St\es! in Taffetas, Grenadines, Wash Silks. .&. i.:' : I
;", Organdie*, and the like, are here in wide'ariety., ready 25 cents pEr Heel[ l, Etfis, s 25 5 centsOl'IA r -",\\. :'. J .1

t. to fill your'-um ner Needs. These items give but a : l 1.\\' AM: :Mtillf PEAR t: :! & CO. Solo .A.. .Q a.... \ ', ., !

faint idea of the Bar ain leastwe have spread for you. ( -:':! .. IIrd..r- :any timi I1-: l'T :
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SUMMER CORSETS. COFFEE, COFFEE. Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiskeys. i ? : > ... :t

Roasting a Specialty. ::<$Chesterfield Bourbon Whiskey.(p: ..' .1 'I '

C We have the Largest Variety in the City. Have you tried Swans'Downlour. w. ..I.. l i.,-.'

y and .' It is the wll if est NAVAL STOUKS: MAKKKT. We will soon receive a. : '. i,, 1'1.
Our Corset equals a 75c Corset wearing quality
SOC and sweetest the American tint I't ,atent window k 1j
on :Imported Daily for The !Nrvt* brMessrs. of ; : .

; : Ld a 51 i 00 Cc rset in shape and beauty. market, in barrels, half .A. '1. Mimes CoWU ; azf-'Ilill *$, icn;:; tu(' them. ; ':: ; }{

; I Try some of the Bateste \Vaists we are selling for Children l- barrels, 24 pound and 12 u W ........_....... K08IN.r if..._........._ .... f J HOl '. Marston Finch.. \i-;' r.; '. ., .' e.').,
. pound sacks, Icdiole's'ale(111(1 ........_.._..... i u ........... ..... .. i. - I ,.- p'P' .
each. S _......._......... i 15 F ... ....._ ..... l4'' J' ..Jt .. ,
r j (they arc well stayed) only 25 and 5oc retail.! M ._ h' r_ i r. J. I. Stephens has a large a'iort- t I, 4'" "
: ...::::::. ; : ; meat of Solid Silver and '"+ .'..
K_ :::: : L:::::: :::: : -.I t: : i Sterling .r- ; t rRoster's
ILk 1a 1---- -- Jl3] Cl Cl-Z-3CIChZtCrZ! -rcrC -_._- --- -- "no Try Delatour's Ginger I..__ ... ....-1 !u Knives Forks and iipnonz ."; i.., i' ., ;
( Ale best Mineral Waters BfIBIT8TCBPI5TISI-l7'j 06DH. r. .
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' For Monday, April 23d. on the ma"ket, etua'to 1n- No better Cigar for .1,.1 f i .. ; .lrj.: I

and the made-D U K.
:It ,ll porte goods, only money ; '

. ( + \ a Fltil G'' ;*ooo Yards Embroidery, 5 and 6 yard! pieces,. . ... .i5c piece $1.10 per dozen. HAM-at D'Alemberte's '

, tr r-GlovE d Pa lssn vf; 2.COO Yards Toichon Lace (on tenter counter). ... .. 5c yard Coffees.Try our Freshly Roasted 'iitt\
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I I' p': LAUGHING GAS. .- .. ,-. -

than cure. Tutt's Liver 'I 'F 'r'th l Melancbolr Tale '1 ,
There war a blind wood sawyer man
Pills yill not only cure, but if PURELY FICTION nil Christian name was E au.
A man might tc him saw each day
taken in time will prevent And see tu MW saw _. ....

Sick Headache, Kyrd Douglass Tells of Jackscn's I Baby 1I I B.They made called hit uw him uv"Sifsaw.... 'UII'ESJU.. fj f

dyspepsia,biliousness, malaria: Visit to Frederick. He sawed his saw. but naught saw ba,
And ne'er his Car he 6.11!

I constipation, jaundice, torpid 1 The fifty-cent size is just i Be had a wife tars sawyer may I

liver and kindred diseases. LECTURES IN NEW YORK j I right for the baby. A little j 1 Her lovely name was H'->*!(, for Infants and Children.
She! saw Lam setaw awry ray
TUTT'S Liver PILLS --- | of it in the bottle three or But L au ne er she sax see. 1
j The hind You Hate Always 1'ouslit has borne the M-T'IU.

ABSOLUTELY CURE. I' Krcount Confederate CeneralS flurry: I four times a day will supply I And Flossie aw what she raw tare of Cha<. II. Fletcher, aulll\i been made under In,
IiitoTowu-IIUtory of \\ hitticr's \Vur (Far more t.".an N--Ji ljuat : I
precisely the fat all thin babies She nevrr saw iwr ! see personal huperrision for OUT ?() years. Allow no one

Poem Related by Otlifpr on General i need. If your baby docs I \\bile: he raw Lsttl: o.:.......! to deceive you in this. Counterfeits! Imitations and

THE SPORTING WORLD. Jackson's Mart' f not gain in weight as fast as : One day the lightnini, Lnorkcd him hAnd "Just-as-gootl" are hut Experiments, and endanger thu

NEW YORKpriJ 2 J.-General Henry i j *r.t to ..e1 I... (', health of Cliildren-Experience against experiment J1
Aut motil.- you would like try And a s-osJ-.r .a>er bit !ha e>eAnu
(> races are attracting great ,
firm Donjjla.;t who was uu oDccr on f i iI gate a soe tu l..u. 1 The Kind You Have
attention In Ihinpe, and e.-pt-dally in the fttaff of stonewall Jackytt,1.cturcil Always Bought
Trance. On June II the lint contest forth I Aa! for what his so" saw! J
international! c'lIi' presented by in Cooper Uuioa U->t night ou tlnr great f I Scoll'sEmulsionTile Tim poor kluiil 3>caj. l:&au. Bears the Signature of

Jnmcti Joi-ilun I'" 'itu-lt will: Ix heM. boldiiT. General: D-juzhu; de:>ol'ribd the For, bu ';-.JI.- o( a p.',Ukr.. nun,
ills lush, 1 MU be .w!
This race nill lc practically for tLI'dlIlIpunhpll entry into Frederick, where Curium result will please you. If ii j -Sew Vor:: Press.
: ] the uorM. Frietche lived, but G.-norel Jack>oa --
the baby nurses, the mother
The Itinerary lies betueen I'arls antI never saw IUT. If >hi> o\\iii'il n Gaited jJ So Shnilnr and Art So Different. ,1

I ijon. tin cont.t.uit.s pa*>iuj by way states flail, General D jn 'h.o;,; was UOUT I should! take the emulsion. Ii j H* brin;;a unto my mind tlie na.;lttoak
\\Ii.,se liade&i tjrjni.iP! t' : astute: ,
Nee' able t) t 1.d it out. Oruiu he u M It makes the baby's food j And yet, uiiual be never rid a stroke

l ; n everuavtxl it from her eintInnt in I richer and mere abundant ; I I'f T) uin men's luii.i,;e or cum.uanj their lore.Ho In Use For Over 30 Years. itMr j
4"0 mUt s, fiver nunUhoe perfect .. ... ..
cuitll- ,p to the! confederate furci-s. Ct-C a. to..u. n .un. .urn "'w YO" t.
; the dollar' never stmd ajamt storm tLou ..... _. J
only buy sizeit'smore a as ; : .
quality! in unt < l smoothness oft .. '
|1" > may, (;,'u"r.ll.f:1'k..m. never ] < >un!.*, !>.. iecr1Uil! I by simjily sayingthey ; iua Frietcht-'s hoUM*," said General | economical. | But vainly thinking pr.yir nay net know, :=..

arc French. There are hills. and Douslani. 'It Jiccnia hard to believe i'uor cHow, be u; at the top'
that all thnt bittutitnl pucm is a fiction, ( Both mother and child will feel at fi i j ; -.hle.u riiuii.Iloraid. rrT DR. MTETI'S n Allays Irritatiea, Aids Dge;
but the fact reuains.ut; ecu IUTrtlitms once i its strengthening, upbuilding! i I i 1> RtQulatts tht 'j

will s-iiicrioii the story. and fit-producing properties. St.yrockrt, and .olf. EETHIN I Str npthens the l
1 "General Jin'k: :;,,m, ju...t before the entry { At all! dmnUts; ':)C.and ?t.oo. j First l'addie-lh) juu kaow what tUia ;' Mater Teething tItwnuinr
into Fjvtl'-rick! had been :rinu Jyinjurvl SCOTT A: )BOW L:.'sew'ork.. 7A't'r business rt'iKuuls nso of? "
by a fall lr<:ij 11 hone that hint L__'H__IFrefIM KtN-uiul l.adde-.o. that? ? P16. j (Teething Powders) TEETflIARditvesn ; 1

}"".lav.-n'ut'-d to biu by S..HIC of hits ,I ":Lyrockts on tilt Fourth vI July.: S' AS ,. Costs only a cents at Druggists TroublMof Chi.dr
a.lnirerVe \7i-rd obliged to place : "How so? 1
General Jdck-xin iu an ambulance and aOriiprVhai;' "Why don't we have to look out fot !& Ormail:3redloCJMOFFETTt M. D., ST. LOUIS MO 1i 1
j-rop at L':".t's Gave, cbjut 3 miles from I"udllv a rackiii cough null a the titickllIkl'r Statesaian.A i
Frcd.'ri-k. ?tM.f> I fpt-liiisruf weakicsror, y':; i
"(Jem-ral Jai-kion on the foLowiug HoNhY AMi l I'AK i j. tMMrnntrril to Snffrrrr'i Canfriiioa.

Sunday en-niUK iiisiitt-d on Ix-iii:? taken cur-tut-"tsripp*' c'uuh" aiiii link'- I envy in.t the nabob'* gold A. It AVERY j jI
into Fn-cl rick in the aiubulinct' to attend i-tious and well.V.. A. H Al- I scum the monarch's mat!
church. He did not filter the town etllbertsr I covet nut the right to holdA ,
u;;itiii. until the morning of the nupji ..;. 1Il1'1.1'ut. ::;''}It. 10, h'i:: Then we again Set iatan blab me ji m hio clan, AND JOBBER OF i iard
tikik:: him iut > thu town in the amuulaiue. II.VM.T. One pittalU and I ilp.

We htoppwl at the corner (.f |i ron, Woven AViif and O nsinti.ialFiiifii'o I envy Who hart heartily got Its the can
l'.1tlkk awl Main stre.-r, and he .ted t'or11 'urp<,..e.. -Ua lungton Sts,. --rvvare U j
the citizen: qne>ttiii
; country. Then he dmi'ted J am agent for the largest mar.u.factur..r" Bet and Wager."What's Iron, Nails, Axw, BhoTels, Saw Mill and Hwamboat Sappiles, Cook 1
that dnve: him to the residence Ht'\ I j
hi thf world of
Dr. Rovi the Presbyterian minister, everythingin the difference between a bet and: Heating: Stores, Paint Oila and Window Qla a. 1
the of {
whose church we had attended the WilY plain and ornamental and a waseri"; asked the mall who
day. It was still so early that previous the 'ir.>n ai d wire friicinjr, !ptt'-et' va1? j'I thinks there are too wlny'orl1s: in the\ Agate ad Tinware and Ilousefurnisuing Goods. (
WINTON AND HIS AUTOMOBILE.ome minister was not np, so we left a card. etc. Thn U uof-iuK in this line'that English; language."A '
Qani Pistols
: and Fishing Tackle,
.. of them in nearing IHJon are "We dmve the ambulance; pa.t the I cannot supply and at manu Lot," said the friend who alway 1

formidable enough to "make any motor present courthouse, past the home of 'factures' price*. erected in durable wears a dress coat after C Clock, "is i
_ talk" WilLam Bunti, then down Mill all--y to 'and workmanlike manner and at. AGENT for Birmingham Boiling Mill Company, Revere Oiaai -
111 f't.wU" wu reached Jackii'i's such low prices that you will be as- something you make with a man, Stitched Belting, Northampton! Emery Wheel Company, Laftin A Raul
The three composing the team which tonished. I supply anything froma which baa to be paid no matter who
ilumn and rods the
to front.
'! will\ defend the colors of France up Powder Company, Johnson's Kalaomine Iron King; and Beck's Socra
are We did not Barbara Frietche's) plain wire farm fence to the loses.: A wager Is something more re- ,
tt Cbarron. !>*. KuyfT and ( lrardot. each heave pass most expeneise ornamental cemetery i fined. It's made with a woman and it i and Ranges, Wm. Goap A 00.'. Raw Hide Laos Leather, Masarr's Xe&.11 .

I of whom hast a record for absolute sang ..oarbara Frietche, I have learned, 'fence; cresting for towers, tree not considered collectable unless sh 4fadr &IIrH4 tJnLxs.Masonic .

frold and daring In piloting an automo after long and painstaking iurestiga- 'guards, ornamental settees, basement wins."-Washington Sta/ i
bile creditable enough to dim all stories ion, was M years old at that time. She 1 windows, window guards; : Temple Pcnsacola, Fla. ;
of western stagecoach 111'1\'erg. was helpless| and blind. No sole J hitching racks, weather vanee,woven I A GRIPPE coughs often continue ,
America will tie represented In the alter of the array and resident of 1'1'1'<1. wire poultry yard fencing. Space J for months, and sometimes lead ------ -- -- .,
erick saw a flag Rt her window. Hf'rrdati's will not permit me to enumerate all to fatal result' after the patient is
contest by at least one machine. It with whom 1 have talked: admit !the style I sell, but you can see supposed to have pa.?ed the danger K. C. BREST. WM. H KNOWLEH.V:: K. BIER JR.. J S Rl BP: 1-

will be steered by Its Inventor Mr. Alexander that there iit no foundation for the 'illustrated catalogue* and get estimates point. FOLKY'S IIflXEAXil TAR Pr..tIJ..ut \ice-President. (',,hl-r. Ai L i..a. .-
Winton, who has great hopes story on which Whittier has written by applying at Win. Johnson affords positive protection and security
of carrjlng oS the prize. Unlike the such a beautiful: poem. & Son's hardware department i from these Cor HV.. A '

heavy, massive and beautifully finished "Mrs. E. D. N. Southworth, the nor 9.11m A. J. ATKINS. D'Alemberte. first National Bank

French machines Mr. Wlutou's auto list, and consequently unhampered by

Is light, of small horsepower, and no facts, is Mid to have given Whittier the HARPER Whiskey is liquid music

particular pains have t>ceu taken to !torI was with Jackson all the time bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, refreshing -
he was in the vicinity of Frederick, and and delicious,
make It look smart. It Is. however, OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
I can say that the beautiful poem is allmyth.
and has worked FOLD BYD.NNillassElt
very strong: well In ." j
practKe.Crril. -,- Brittl s purple: all other 111 .kt'- RU05. DJ.FI.EOTOX: B. .

floating- Tournament- MOTHER'S FEARFUL DEED. '\peanut nut. CU Udnut. pop corn end wale Pensacola, Fla.. WM. H. KNOWLZ3, W. A. BLOUXT, F, C. BRENT W. K. HYER. J3

The Chnuipioii of Champions bawling Case Laudanum to Her Children Then Im Iror
repair your witches and
tournament ulll be held at the international MiooU Herself. DURHAM Cigars have jewelry in first-clas; style. J, I. 1

wet-k park, of FnK'ii July tournament Hill.l.VLThe X., during Scliuetzeu winning; the James GOLD from Roberts;BORO jealousy, of N.,this C.attempted, place April to 24.while kill-Mrs.her inxiue ed.been D'Alemberte tried and fire sells test- Stephen, : D aa DitL tX A 1 U ght A ad c1L!! :

teams tof all! tournaments during the
two little girls with puisou, and then fatally them. t
season of iMW-r.ioii: : : are i-liglble for this OfT'We draw oar own Bills of Ejcchanire: on Great Britain. Ire..-*: '
',} event. In addition to the handsome shot herself. Her ptuis were de Germany. France: Austria, Italy Holland. pain, Belgium, Russia N :
ri F.runswlck ciiallenge trophy whichgoes liberate. She bought laudanum, returned EVKllY: DKOl' r way, Hwadea, Denmark and other European countries, t

to the winning team, the general home, called the children into I

committee tr the lutt'l'ualiuulllll\\;: her room, locked the door, pave thorn 4 rnllr t ,rVesieh Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and t- *.'
the poison, told them to he down on the Taken
tiiurnnmcnt will: award prize to oue- Obligations Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fiftf-et Lay, I
for, took a revolver and sat down by o! after Vessel ArrlTea ineie.iVSafety ,
I alf (.f the teams competing in this them to see them din, and then take her \

eu-nt. TUi- entrance fee is $1:;, and own life. Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
entries <.lo,e May 1. Her mother who live with her attempted I
with which we hare a Private Apartment for the Use \
The -ouiiiiittee in charge of the In- to enter the room and finding ;?., of Renter
ternntional bowling tournament Wl9Pllllntl.tll it locked, notified Mrs. Roberts' huge .' )orotr r \
banl. As the Litter attempted to force :;.:
the Fnited RI -
y )\shug Clubsof II
entrance Mrs. l{.dN'its shot herself in tIYI R tI,
XC'vl'k nll.1lusl"t!! of John J ,
the breast and fell between thin uucon- t I
llIjl.'. chalrnan. a
ex-president of the *ions children fatally wounded.
United Clubs; I>r. II Tlmni, Medical aid was in>tantly summoned
-, McMillan I
president c-f the American Bowling: and after four hours' work the children r t'r A' .. 9r'ifY00R Bros. Co.'Coppersmiths

Congress; George Scheuk, Henry Ftldniauii. were saved. There is uo hope for Mrs. ,

ex-ptesidentof the United Roes Roberts. "1lt(
lug Clubs; J. (Wragge.. captain of ASK FOR AN APPROPRIATION. WIr ti I
the United I'-owlin! :; Clubs, and Lotus of medicine that goes in a

I.'. Schutte. prc>idcut of the United Columbus Wants $.sr,OOO to Improve pre-l'Tjptilll1 flllfd in thir! store I ispetlectiy ,

Howling Clubs; Samuel I'' arpf, manager he ('hilttah tJt'hl't' Ul\rr. pnre. Purn drugs mean It General
May objeck to gittin' up Metal Workers. \
of the (greater: New York Howlers, ipeeHy It'co\.ry. Pool drug nitMii ,
western secretary, located at I'ayton.O. WASinxoiox, April 24.-A committeeof art-lip.-e. Y"u want the beat rPt and buildin' the fire i in

.. and HushV.. Ixigan.;; eastern secretary prominent citizens: of Columbus: appeared us fill your prrscription. and supply' the mornin'. but if Muofa nren of aad Headquarters for fit
before the rivers and harbors other medicines. \> I. Or..11 &'ro yon mr- t
with ottlces at International committee of the house "The Prescription Dru...:yi.t: ," 3i S.:) commence with her at
today to
bowling tournament headquarters, o argue P"I"'fnx l trc..t Phone 3tO.!

New C'laujbcrs street, New York city I for an appropriation for the improvement u__ __ _ once you may be able to Celebrated{ McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still1
of the Chattahoochee river. Captain overkum this prejoodiss.!
J.ttr."Una.tb.n Klgnrr. Fbgler, division engineer: of the cQatfitJ
01 hind. ad
The purchase of the tour clubs drop- army, wuo is stationed at Montgomery, I regret to obsarve that I RJ & doae II tha catrJ, ,

tied<< by the XlIl"lIull.ngu.. entails some has estimated that $Sfi,000 can be economically didn't commence arkenuS. y t.
Interesting figures. The Wagners really and profitably used in the MOBILE, ALA. C
e *
work Oil the Chattahixx-hiMj during the was a k
rt''h''I1t'i.t1U> for their franchise!
and plajcrs. but the $T.VH; ) receiviil cominsc year and the Georgians will Jf\ rather cold mornin' wheI n
urge: the importance of appropriation ,
for the three players' sold to hush if that amount. fun proposed the idee -0(

was dcdn-t.d. Baltimore was paid Last :
year13,000 was appropriated for
to It
Betsy. wasn't well
?:30tIlK) for its (":lndll"". Cleveland! the Chattah'whee and the engineer'sitport I THE ORIGINAL- *
got Ji'.tKn* and lAiuIsxllle $lU.I"K) to show that under the stimulus of received. and I found

get out. This males a total Indebted- the ivntinued appropriation\ the commerce myself layin' on the floor I
nerd shouldered! by the League of $loL- of the river is greatly illl'n'a.illlor !
studdent. ti
IMt, which Is to lie paid off in three Nun Down by Train. pretty ST. t OO I S -

years by setting: aside o per cent of the CH vKLurre, April 24.-A white mill i I thought I'd git up and

gate receipts. operative whose name could not be bald the fire myself."-
The first UO.nint secured In this way: a
11':1.1'11..1, was killed by a S.'abolmlir.- Artl'mu'ard..
will be divided aiiiong; the four retire
lug; l'luhlItKM( ) going! to each. Thid Line tram yesterday evening at 0:30 n"aiIjneolutou" B. c. r'a
N. C. His Ixxly was horribly Acme Beer. will build the fire if you
will liiiildnto| : the claim of Louisville, :
mangled. He was walking! / ou tits OJQV[ give her a OAS RANGE
leaving Washington credited with 'Jt>.
? I
track and Null
to eompaniou that he
(">"I, Baltimore $.liuiU and! Cleveland would not get off until the "thing THE BEST BFER SOLD IN and you can sleep until ) BEER.pahE t RtNtCNlrr. rf r
f ir>.("Ki. After that the money will be bIll\\l'tl." breakfat H ready. B*>:*y can also; .

dhlded lietwecn Washington and Haltlmore PENSACOLA.Dannheisscr: -lF"p a half hour longer, as the fire ,-- J

until! their claims are wiped t started strike.. '
| instantly. Simply
out, which will take two years, it NI :::11t CATARRHirHiies Bros, match and ronr fire is tu full:! eJ'ect v. J. VIDJl Sol Wholesaler :

('XIII.'ch'l1.luriu AGENTS. in one second, day: or night any r '" ..... _-_ .,...- I
the third year the ClevelandjK'opIo ri.iM.vri3Nothing tLYS
will pet their: $1:>.11(111. prodded but M8AU Also Sold by M 1. Ferry and rill, Yut t%. nine in the year. ;2dJf eraa D mm!! 'mi! IIf3rtHn? An DCE' : .

that in the meantime the Lcag-jc: dared I 1'.111"'I'a {a OR RShI le ---- --- Pail J318S ail ECM; sjniB nelelratei Wnl L.
not dispose of the Cleveland franchise.In change I of climate 1J The Over JOO ?
will cureCATARRH Nt(1fEVE Jug TradeIs Ranges now in .
the event of the franchNe being! v A
m i 16DliiE er tiiiir w.I'HONK !
11.)1011'1'1(11" to the commencement of the I Use ill Pensacola. ir .
third scar then the money recehctl 1 hr "prt'ldc b a'etrlT's Our specialty.zz* J' y .+' : 1S4. : t $ t p. 0 BOX *"1 e

will be pii4 over to t1'! Iibinsons. : Cream Balm Prompt Delivery and Satisfactiot:) ,ft i JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED"r
----- -- It l Is quickly -\1>. V Guaranteed. Rang Set on Trial. i.!': Ire. Delivery. to Any Part of the Cityf'A11
What w.j Cents Will Do. ; .. .
orl""t.01\''s rI ef t "'fl. .. .
It will relief .t Oil'Uprn s a uo COLD I HEAD GAS RANGES $13 Coot ctd; Free ..-J orders. lelt at The fJmce'ldaJ t Hinltti. wu. r> -a r
bring sufferer? from ,- the Xa-ai N Dannheisser Bros ti-+
asthma! or consumption, even the :I'II'II'"SlIh.l..r.a'lIl11huun.! Hralaaud -
worst case This i.* about what one Protects:..11.... of iii'la.*{.Mrl. and hraus."",..11.Kt\0>"'rf Marculnju'i fi. JOl; South Palafox St., Peosacola Gas Co I'
dose of FOI.EY'S HONEY: AXD TAR '. >., ) -.u.. orui;. KfgularSizf"jtui :>I'C.; ?TRY YgNW&NT O N
& !
( O1VMfl
Phone No. 116.
costs I-i 't worth a trial? W. A. .- y :IZe. $U-J,,t r ELY)-n '..BROTHERS...,. o' .-, mail. P. 0. Box 281. ,

D'Alemterte.: i y arrtuatrret.ivN: lurk-;. Railroad Exchange, Phone 2tis.:: KO. 3 S. PALAFOX ST. 1' :




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>VHISKEYA3SOLUTE.LY Burglars Carry IIIlulrlal Off I5 Pegs., > Chicago OUR IKa" -

CHICAGO, April :24.-Burglars; made a 1

tr Tberc 13/ Acre nftrinentzrcf raid oii the ofiL-e ct the Industrial union HEALTHY OLD AGE1s. I. I

vino: irh a witeglof and carried off evtry record and book I, f 1 4*"
x ;sr 1)ri1i}''? Pure :i.1 1Y'hLky A belonging to the organization. The'

r than in a potn:3 cf Icef. txAN mpralH r-hip lint, containing the names r it"! : : l
RllIll.ioln.s of bt, ;JOJ
) r"arl
tw-en IUcI3.00J
Change of I had flooding spell so bad Hut NAME'S ,
PURE lut-u of ,'ari.'us trades who do not belong none thought I could lire My husband got me < ? !
STIMULANT AND TONIC to the minus affiliated with the Wine of Cardui and it Far d my life. I am like '
'; mother .
penoa i.n.'e thug it.MRS.
building trades (council \vacarried
away, together with all the orrespoiiilence I

unce the Industrial union .1
; !
-- came into existence.The .
.... ... ------ lots is regarded a; a K-ri-nn blow ''Un V
.... .f-i !- 4'Grdid
1" 1 DAILY MARKS REPORTS. !to the Industrial union and indirectly I n'
its effect may be felt by the building 1 PANTS !

CwTTON. i contractor! council.Moonshiners.

I LOVEI I ft .Viw YORK. April 2t OPFI CI/MS I It B the! devout wish of nearly all re ogle' to lito: a ripe old are C 7 ,

January .. .... . .? 805 .... h 08ttbruary. Captured.CARTERS None of us want to die oung. This universal! desire can te realized: if .

._._.._. 'L/ ", 1 I ... .. . . b.08 .... b.04' VIIAR, Ga., April 21.-The'' I care te taken of the health in early! :and middle life. A little precaution then .
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: : I Marco.. .... . .... !'.11 .... 8,07 i i will add nunyears to our existence.:: Death can be kept awav: a
.' a ililM! was gazing: April. .... .... .. .... 937 .... U.38 l ;revt'Dut'mt'1l have been after the illicit time. 1I1,py, healthy old age will te the L't of the ho long iI
woman w
: promptly
upii \11' ...... ......... ... 1I.3i .... 11.117
I I stills ;:in thi i>irt of the date, and sev- curr.cts the :ailments which atllict her In
arutwl at the tterual in- Jan... ... ...... .. .... II i6 .... .3lj sex. south, Wine of Cardu will
: ...tar Then he wonder- I' July . .. .. .... .. .. 915 .... 11.32 | eral large Mizacs hive been made take the fenule child safely over the dividing line between girlhuoJ and I :lid about BOO) pairs cf J
t .. .. .. within the li>l few day One large womanhood. As a wife she needs it to help her through the trials of
t'.ejwere! so large because August.. .. .. .. .. 921: .... 630pitmtxr > short -
i ...... .... ;45 .... Y 40 ; still vrafoaml about-1 miles from Lafayft'e pregnancy and childbirth with as little discomfort as possible. At the .\ long; lepped. legged, .. ,
II' nr ..r whether! they were I October .... . .... 821 .... 816 and about 300 gallons of beer Change of Life it will help her over the dangerous place that arrears in i slim, fat pussy, bow
.. tusi- they were distant I November . ...... 804' .. 6.p2'' her i s
,1 .. and M'liie daublmg; M uiie,troyed and 4 pathway between 40 and 50. Then will come many years of truly legged, straight leggedall :
lir I.>jtar they arc?" he December . .. 8C)5 .... 8.01'' the stills two large on-s of 200 and 100 blissful existence. She w ill grow old slow ly and gracefully. To the last forts of
',I Spot cotton closed quiet: middling uplands gallons capacity rc-pw-tivelv! were she will preserve that charm and beauty which are :always! characteristic : gar-
U 13 10c middling gulf 10 M6c.
: '
m nt as they out
r.e: Mars?" a.sUed\ hi-; sl'it 'd and the owner, \V. B. ilartman of perfectly healthy: /grandmothers., : got

\'I\I, : ; ',y. GRAIN ANO PHOVISIONS.CHICAGO. arrest.d. UD1IS' ABViSOBI OCPARTVEIT. It is fur women alone to deciJe the boxes and up onto

.1.I slow! Lille: bay. j W April... .24. ... OPKS ....CLOSEHKATApr.l 65',' ;,' Murdered bj' I IIghnuynlen.: dlrt'ona.xddrrrKlnnKrjmnto1D"J'or".vll'elnr..t.UI'\jIlIn..IIF'1. whether they will be healthy or .l. our clothing table b

-In- toM Lini.far' \\.HUT-MIA1..e.4'; .... w;; Udln .4.....r] I",'.. U.(HJV11 VH>(,4BtulCIMtiu Sick. The remedy. for their sickness -
?" he ii-Mnl.: VVUEAI-JnlT. ._.. .... 61% Pa., April 24. Andrew 1 booU noolo Ttnn. is close at hint 4 .' 500 pair of pants in one
11'u1.Ar-Jr temtier. .... i Stnbl;: of Ptt: : mnnli 'l1 ". ,
. 87!4 ua \\ &t < : day i"i a good many, but
i- n.iiriteo: and you livi i .... . .
l.uIIX-Aprll. .. 3'
: i\ late hit tlic.iit..- resisting two hi 'li- LARCE BOTTLES OF WINE 0 F CARDUI .I what about them? Some:
.ivntiirii-s.. wouldimrie.l : ? .... i
you Ioat-Map.3 23': '; 31\1.
wi relieved $
uavnui I: : I ; p.-kt>f ofeerytmgol
tinin.ihvay point: '' Lu1tJtoy .-. .... 34': :, \ are a dollar a pair, good
vain1.Ta. .
COUN: September . 3il' ,
.jlit bitt!: stir that stems UUr \prll.... . ... .... :!2' -. --- cas-imere pant*. :Some
\ :' .,11 I!," '! UATS-MAy.2',.'". '; .... Wj .; for \Vasliingt:; n. are two dollars a pair,

I iLd! nut but OATS-July .... 2''I'' XVA'-'HNt.Tov, April ::1t. ( I'meuorTajl ;good et sinlere pant: .
UAts rpiemher: . .... 'Ajj .
'r .\fh'r a time he asked PORK-.Vprd. .... 12.Si I i "r of Kentucky wa: ou the fl..>r of 1 Some are three dollars a

1 i ioiid. the stars: what is Poac-May._.. .... ..1L55: .... 12 5.luluJuts -, ; the: M iar t'I\I': lie fu-eil to
.. .. .. .. .
.. 12 o I any W:. for tittatti"u m Kuitccky.
T I.... Wkl-\I.rI. . . ....j' o-i', pant Some" are two,
,1 1:a-.Mo1..6; 97}; ....j.r.: j.LARI j.-, 4 Truthfuluinrnplntnrr.. three and! four dollars a
\ them? ,I >.-:'ep'emlter.! .... 7 ii i! In a...-!tits (hoiiM-hoM( tinnue: and BIER K nlu k1 md U m
resiai.-: .." j I IlUB*- \firil. ....0 t!y I Ituns BOTTLE pair, good worsted pants _
'.. \Miiiltheutternioststars?'' -May. .6.Wj.Wt.6 vt: only \"nHI.t !!::ii'kMn.ii eta, nrvrlust

: Kins-July . .... 7.00 '! it> :\vtt-ti>'ss.ntd M \,'rl: ti:
\ ,n.l thatV" lolls-.entcmier.. . .... 695'I 1 1I 1 week foi'i! tlc hc.rl 1 1 of t'if table i p.ter S. ..\. FRIEDMAN,

1 I'ouis out! urea"ured -
.- tin hf'\ 119.1:' '. I 1'rculiar.ProGr Psoprtetor.AGENTS: .
quantities: of it un the plite: of
c,1. IlieuY".s i Simon J. I'.rown.: the nitro- .
: Infinity." '' nomk-al director of the naval: oh er\'a ,j Li> ilul.lnu. To ;give piquancy: to the -- -
1 ii:">iii he always explains that this FORHighGrade
I \\.n- a bird that could live tory at Washington, occasionally iuluies i.y 'W( [ DO '
time I.e is n\e Hol ostrich NOT':1
;soa; to ; an HEALTHFUL
.t f.MHl and \\ithont drink and Cyi < ; in a bit of humor. On one oociKion ,
alit Mum: au link 11'111'. with Miim-tliiuij Liquors. :1
i in the the starsI a ('I.IJ'alIe:1rue into his atilt :
t-Uc from the book for AND
uuiM-ry TiilJy
can $.",\ an.lla-t thono which and, fiinlin the (lrof.-""... statuliuv i Silver Drank Private stock Ben .
One the latter small
't MI-. and pint those which are ', !said" : "Is it jHKt-iMe yon work thai day philosopher REFRESHING Hardin Sour Ma"h. \'uFIUt' ;

h I tlinsiwinch I can't see, and say? I cannot stand Mauding." wiem to regard the various plates Friedman's Celebrated Old Pri buy pants for advertising -

f loll, Hew. all day all night!; with- I "That's I peuhar.." replied Pr ft'ssor a i-uU' spare of time in .I-! \'atetock.; 12 Years Old ; Old .....

:iu-f huts I Ions would it toe before i Brown iiIiKlj. "N ow. Jo you know. Ituu"What is it. Edward his Silk Velvet, Kentucky's Perfection '
." inotli-r aVed.Nul'ill of Purity and Lot of Other jmriioses-to sound i
i the c.ul..t Infinity? |I l I cannot stand sittin' .
I ,'* leplied the \opl.fu1.\ "I wa Brands which space will not per
i i wiiiild ily for ever and ever, and I
I'rrcorluD, JIM tinkln! that me an Hob an Mazie 4 mit to mention; cheap. ll'e '
t i buygood pants :
would never lie any nearer totI (II .
I A small lay, examiuiu:; a hair of his allu st-en.s to get bird,* an snakes an The Largest and Best 8tIecpd5tock!
'inl of It, fur It has no cad"II.
.. '" ;. head throiish a magnifying glass was 'I frogs w iv skinny legs but itc'p. :generally : of Bottle Whisky and Wines
w can that \"' :
flaked what he was dninG. He replied.( :: I sets a tTph.iut\ or a hIpiK'iixitaiaus." for Family C-P. 'pants that are made of :
Cuts utT to bill and don't ak soc {
'I'a read from the Ilible this morning -New York Advertiser.
.intinii! > a;:.iin. The Jul Trade is Oar Main Svccialty.
that the hairs of head
even our are good
lilt the cliiM could wit sleep for i innnilHred ; pants providedwith
but 1 eats find numberon New Hunk la Cheraw. L- Al'o Aizint for the Kamons Pabst Milmikfe -
any r
t' sin: of Infinity which Is the birth- A CASE *' B-.-r. Free l) livery to Kvery Tart

,...a.of the stars and of Cod and ther mine.! -Types.I CUER\W, S. C., April :24.-It is now of the Guy all the comforts ofi

miry of nii-n's reason. He could! certainty that Cheraw will have another P. O. Hoi 41" Telephone Ij''.

11.1 UIIII'nol/en.1./ I The Boy Knew '1I 1 bank.' The capital stock has been subscribed A PKKSACOLX\. i i
I Small Hoy.-If a barrel weighs 30 home! ; front pockets, watch '
Pays ILIXManil nmnths and years and a suitable buiKling for its

k, il ..11111... thought about infinity and iHiuuds, what would you put in it to location purchased.

4< t in> could not
: he tliini;:lit the less he nnJer- Small up. I Call for State C" \E'ntion. > l l'f
: Roy 111)1(5.-I'hiladelphia j
f"t"l. Ih'ess. !: Call for State IVmocratic convention to *=W + ? LEItLE CRQCFRSP=* pockets nights incase -; :
( Ui' day. ;:rovxn tu a lad he sat alone lit- bridal.. ksonviltel'ta.TursdeyJune
musing. whilf his schoolmates& all j -- --- :, Id. lw >: AX ENTIRELY FUESH AND NEW STOCK OF FANCY f'
I I Ve heal wici'Attention' I i 1'lied"mncraticparty l of th* star of Klor- (5KOCER1KS, CANNED GOODS AND Si'KCIALTIES.: : i :
wants to
fcl-.ut htm w -re at play. ida will hold uMHTCLTimrnlinn St Jackstnili your wife see '

.\ teacluT. Mi-ing tie ra\ity of the There will be a irular roef'ting of on Ttie-uay J UII.'I1lit K: noon, for the Tx-y Our Crolcioia. Flocco Flcn.u. .

la,l's fai-e" drew iii-ar and asked, : biLl th -nsicrla Medical I"flcittat'' ''I fug To o ri'-ir.ic,ose: purpo ilt-lPtatt"' *.: to represent the state Salesrooms, 1M34: E. Government Street.Warehourf. she is [ .

!'jl' Caiisiof itI i the Knard f If Hffclth office at i. In the na'lonal civil.oc'Htie convention, to Cor. Tarragona arid 1'in.ich! Street if getting half ofyour F<
o'clock: p. a1.Tue"' aay. M:i.v S and '!?. Ieheldat Kac. ; City. Mo.. July 4. IW): to r ,
am thinking: : of Infinity. repliedf iomiDae candidates for ILe Oitices of Governor Telephone 151
1'i"ling phy'icR'E: ccrdal\:: !
!lad.: "I uatit to understand what on" Justicp ol the Siipreran Court. income) pistol pockets
.. l'lvltp.d to attpn,1.D. H !eertary ol State. Attorney-li"n.ral. '
:;'nlty Is W. )lc. JLLA" M. D.. i omptr iliT.! Tri-asuier iMipt-rinteiulftitot 1 ,. ,

Von i-au't. nut I Icing; ( ;,+l. Uun off i P: -id"lItI luliurp.I'ubllc In'lruc'Uon.l'omlll''Dt'r lluilroHd Commissioner: (fur f "' - S JMETHING NEW and refreshment jiockcts- .
'' ': tail" K.: F. Il-u-CE. M. D.
I' play I INm lit four years four frvsid-ntinl Kl: >-ci- Y
": day the -ini'-. child still: a ihilil.!! I "'eret .ryo. 2i nttv'iNliotV nrsunrlfour alt rnaien. to hi voted fur at
the next r"llu'arIa'!! elwtion.! and totrin'a''t
1 gniiug; : at tie! sk\ In Juno Cml: --- --- .
: Micb other hu-iof-s, as mar IUIIK EVERY DAYr: .
Im lit III" lx-fnr-th in>
:1 :i' tiiniuoise. enter KO-sS & CO.'S
j The UirN'reut counties In the stat 111!
"\-r the world and virnishes itt I n-ncl d..Io'L"t. to the convention upon thefulinw o-.A.T'-o
sRFaN .
? vltli in..11.-n >uiili!;:Iit and triesit I rag bs-ts 01 "lIll1nlln: uua 0.'I 1'

.M.-I! ipiii! pnrtiiis IIJ I with of hindfclo which clingy: of; f .l/arston cj- Finch arc t Kite for rash highest onthundr..d tLe number.slate of tKket votes\ote ct-t whoricrtvrdtbe .; atth-furthTHiuliOiiteoa HALL & KLEIN'SJffammoth W WE[ SELL Aft ,,5 +

liauimorks K"nerd el'cUon of lk' and one ftjoulon-l
i fie' Inii-iiiT. i.f-Ills& dull,(. \\hemhiuurters for vote fur the fraction In extet ttereof.wlirii : ;

".! !I said the l.ttle Imy to his either fine or cheap. it amount, nDuallowed to fifty or more Theeonanitt.eflu. .
'' .?d i!:a.ith.! .' sky. didn't he? \ Call and their stockChocfIflt rr'.ntationwh re the vote WIItIcr..a.j ., '
; sec Retail
!,,.M.IS- .\11,1| tl... snnn,1 at th" election of l'!"is iu soy. county tot. Grocery 4r.
,, late oflloeri. The cuntksutid-r tint nil ,
tin- earth and IH'-
: '
i.i in
; I', will be "nlltl..i.lo r-prt-fiilaiiou a> ful-
,I:1 I '...\ iit':" IuaS:

Alnchua _.' ..14 Leon. ..' :iHradfoid 502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST., t WOOL r PANTS I J
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i IC.ulT I 1 Itll.r i iiierty .. .I To1op11ono QGO. ,
1. i\.is There no\ir b Maatater i : ,
Creun Mint Wafer*. Hltiuuu .. i Madivm 1 7 ". "
wI! hi was cot." I If dealer has cot l.-in.. tell I iirut .__. 2 Marion '. LrPatroll s. New and Old are Cordially: Invited to Vi-it and Iuepect ...: d '.
.. ,... ! 't". your ;jot Clay .. .... 4 ,, lo.r..1' ... .. tlolumbiH Solid as a rock, plain .-.
or fancy
him: to get them. : ... ... .. G \".-"u. .... .. 4 their Immerse Stock. pattern J}. t., "
i I' iM-zli tiii.g!l he wa; after li-ide __ t 'Ornniie ... .. I"I'eMltO ,.
.alit.l ..... I .. ... f' Osreola .?.... :> for J2.50 t'ut will keep an able : .f ;; )
Dal .... .. .. i'a-cu..__ .... 4 I j
K-eambia: 11 1 Peak .... .. TIME TABLE. ,
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1 ai.d don't ask s-i many !jjl os. Q U/atsoi} 9 Cp"I I 1. KranKIln ... I -t. .Iolln .. __ 7Uadsleu bodied man bu-y nihts and days to t .
7 1 I HutiiHiu .... .. > f' "
1 I "wumitton. 4i I sBntH Ito'ti .. r. NASHVILLE .
wear a year, and for : :
.t!i'y: the xhiM ti-f'l.t! of I REAL ESTATF. Hrrnnndu .. :Suiiter 4
HilUb'jro .. Si :-u\\'lIn".I' IN rn-r'cr: : JASI'AUY: :!1. I\\ IO. 't >
.. he 'i 1\lIII.j l youth! no (IIt. Nulmes .. a ra*'Mr -' $;iOu, some new fancy ca.sincere .J. 4r'
i Rental and Insurance J..k-'u \.IU"8. .
'. v-iiru-s. ii.ithing to won- 1.>
J.-ITt'r.nn 14 XN'akunitLafHjetto : \".I\. i :-;n. !. No. I. \0. H.
.\"" I lie o'n.M n-H underd I .. I" I W..I'oll. I lea: ::, 1..11 I II ::t.pIn 1.,1. I''o<",.'ola .....A rrl\'l' i:1.ptn, ::ta"am pant, lapped seams and creased i.' .
AGENT". Lake 1 \\'u-hlnatou :: _:I:I II III I night Arrl101'>11I111"0 Arrival K:4.i p lit !;aT AmLI .
I.... : : ..1)5"111 Air" I"hlh', 11:4
Vtll 1 r Arrive nin'n 1:211 night knees.
". often lie thought; of 1 ('oni"i < ;.\rllpan': I Pif' fox Street The counties 11111! ,-l(.-ct their lieleCRteH tr. ':.tipm I :; :\1'11111 \r ,... =N"" .rlrara Arrive ;::\ftln 7IdpinI. '. :
!I..fore tin.e: WlS1 J nay lIIanll"'hl11 nr,y l h. c"I.-.:al"I..1 t>tiili .I llIm t oon 01 .\rn\: '1"I\I .\"I..ry.\rr"'" 11:9tani' 11lOpll11111 \ '
Hut j PEN ACOI.FLA ,. the i"ip.-Hct'ua" ; tlir uili thf path "1- ',::" 1 ;:'Iup m .'> rrll.' \t..I.I'! :\rrl'" =:111111 !i'.'"'a Inl { ;
I..LI: ( no longer:,: -; .. l Arar .... ..,. .. ,
gsnlrationa. cognized liy the la t ta'i :: "H"'U I:1: 1'/111I .UI.: Arrts'A ti:12pIn/ :San ,, IRa -.
1.i'rstm.1.: I 'or.\,' .II on. All den.oi-ruts nni'lMtml a topirlidimli ':'''' ''In I ."; n In Arms I 1111I"1' .r."n" 6f.m l' .4pnt 'JI
adulesr''iiv'. IM., I III \I!:" -election of il.eLniiIiiTelii | <
.1 "mil to
\ ...-,t man "ii Tti!" W'irli' it'.ed: I lo rl Mite 1'lmi sinre: tlinke the whit Ia.t have el.ctiou.becoiiitiUH BETWEEN PEKSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.Investigate : '

1 :ies'liti'rnmn nn.I ,secretnr of eiuh enC:utv -
.i :ai.nt% it. ,.,, I IlfUV Q V
e.-"II\'I'II.III liel I for thfuirp nf i intine -
saM! the wisistLI. No: =1. -0 ::1. So. 2. \o. :::. :
is J. l del"i.nles in II.'ul" Cuntrutinnarer.'lu..te'i ,
.. .
7Ii'nm i'ens+ ;
1.'iIlIhC. eoa lI'IIPIn nllpnl: '
I !. | to >"iid to Hi n,. W. A Kuwls .:;night --0"1 .m ::111.011 Utt.ual: 5.npnt4aaaat 1

.. .Mitiih. I printed,airman.ropy T.illhlm-see.of the prorre'ing tin. a written of such ui! \9.inns. JI..t'IIIlI/lkl-ptlllf;' 'tll"l\ 'fA'PIII! ''f fl I ())11 I "
I :!"' ant I":l a 111 l'blpJ..y) -\:: l Ip'n !I.p; utaruot '
,, 11'1..1
.th .
\plu..n. tokether a
t. from. i uotjr .
b i pJ"silil: .. ... ... :; 11\11\11 St art inna :I Pool I "G noun .. ,
:hi' nn'in< of the e..OilIVer.11.1\ .10 oil ltI. ,
.. ':I Boos lI i..n 1,1' .j !J'ICtIOU :,::\1 pus III" ::,taat ;. 'J ,
Mlllpli should deolKUHtel -'
Ita; p to I algaarse: X:1.1 II III ,. it .
.. > outh. I if cliairnianaud secretary ofsuioor.itniti.e W.A i\u: T.ipm II' .k.\.III.. I'::!!! am ts.11[1 all pure wor-tfc J 4 I (", ". 'I "

',., is lJo.i. .1. C. OKII-FK. <'hairnmnsecirtarj : ,. '
: : .. pants for $1.'s. that
\\ !It'n fii1! c [ areimply great. .-f' '

.1 J. a ma:.i'.i':i i-iossul the Convertible Term Contracts Patronize : .' t1:
Pantry, .
r (jJ: \xn i JCUIt1OS.: pays.THE f .
,t' sox| ',' r t'II. .. 1:
-<'F TICK-:
H,'i' i.v- s' __lVL t-t': ,

.' \. 'st.\'. Il..' : ,' ':'''1', '';- :....'.'. Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. ,' i
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1 ::s tl.! ..} i'i.rrore'1: '! 1 1t: EDREHI : ('ov'JT0 ;
,, } DAVID }''ii tNTy'T EET.i'E tiAAiiL't.11,1yT. InI
\\T. TAKK' ALL WOUKYc"i ... ,,,, : : :- :

I .
I \.f. a-1 l' I' !ir.ii ;Paz I yo'ir s!'.millers! andiiiBiii4 '

,.. .1 Iii, }. after !L'.r. Off a. ] > ih- renting uT \nui !,i>"**., IIH col- To Greenville Montgomery: and! refrigerator on the CHINESE LAUNDRY. ..
,, .
'IerUn4i'1 1',1-. p. ii.nt of I. r.. incur F fir'LEVYIIPOU
'i I I';S I "t>'" with Ids I one.. ant ri-pinri. and erkrytusg in con- Hiniiin hain, Saturday night.tay: market can equal thosesoldbij k '

U. 1 I.'U'.I I ki'.u':? an.lVMJI niettonwRiI b.. pi-""..-roiirHo-xourfcou. 'i>so1" leaving Cninu Depot at 10:3 on "

: .' .... \ *n the >uM"rt'llI'rH': >our..-'f.'IIi w etrn tkrap CI. nilni| un"' n V eipfnx-s IIi *i>uwi regular: pa5.etiier: tr3 '1. Fare for Marston tj' finch. Call Jitr

111..1 w..lh"t the hous fte: kpt in Rood.: round trip : I'ensacolj to Greenville. and see what beauties they J H <: P LE ]C :
1" said the him 1"I\IUIIOII InroLlchourebarg.earerea' onu : $:.(MI' ; to Montgomery! $:: .W,
man tj ,, n
..10. .' "r" 11l:> IIQI'.it'1'l:111: Fi 1RFSTFRyandappt'rdall
: From Can-
Birmingham f:1 nI.
... to
-'.. :i.l iuCiuty; : 'tota IHWKirnbli d First-CIAIIS
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tonment saute :a* Penic la. From
!II.J.U0. s: ,
( ;'; \Ve will launder for
..ii'i.n"! : said tiie widestu your spread ,"
\ M7 NortU Kurcelopa'trwt.Sl'ory. Milton M cents extra. All excurionit !
..... ... .. each and snake look
!1'I< :l"i. s nu mi 4rJdSo. U'" will have of 15 cents them Chinese Laundry ;
< an opportunity
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I i'.l.'rs.ind! (:...1!" Ill w 5 .rroim..i C'\Jllllt'.. !r..t.--.. i-.story. -. ..... :jw_ jrningtoO?.lik I, Ala. <'n aa excu-- like n w.Olar Laundry. i .

i f...1'\:" siiUl thc wisestv : + M.w.'ur. l:.-u. and LaKci tret-t. 1" ,ion on :\Iond.n'lII\ ,;11. Parties Ironbedstearl.. ': coil i' :

!M.-.1. I S \\'t'.t riloni4 lyrbLletre.. .. ... ...-t .1--rnr'tnsl.. nil0r.a' ,\1 I: desiring lapper will\ 'apply to ticket .. are cool, IlllestGoserninent Street. !J ; <2

'.. I l.iver: I V,.: :r; 3 Vn.t'.r*Bury strrrt.'rooin': IS.'"a, i.sffc nt iu tnr.e. Purchase tickets a' comfortable and durable- opposite Eipress Offlce. PUACOLA.l-"LA! il '. _
.. >o..1. \\ .. t l-liuont start, .' sory. 7 ticket t.Hlce. Ticket t'nod fr ;3 Jaysto I'; .
.1 i :; said the wises!' !] t 1,0 just what you need [ori. 1
n".n.i -- return: on any regular pueugtrtrain. Tic> Down 4ft
r \' -:1<1..1 his hand.Ne'v :-o.ll, t5 F.-t lath lnt.ndructa i-trrr1.,5 rmnns street. 5 1.1.11j I For fur'h'r info'ntati {n ap- summer use. Call at ..AIarsI'' Cmproovvdwd5fKhtechiaeryrta. Ironed wit I ; Big Tows ciclliien, t.
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:e1.: tal Advertiser.TTTIIE \ .4 .... .. .. .... Ktxti ; Litest i
.j room- .... loss ply to HOIST. or'I' $ .
Finch's and ,
: f.on $ : select .
vr. SI1Ve t lJiKun Hr .t'. i rooms, 1'. IIIOMAS, MI
: \\'. < M. (.ardt-n sod l'o"i.lier.t.:: .., 'I' Offlce: 31 South Palaf.u St. 509-511 S. } -
NEWS Want Column. J 3 rooms __ .. ...... ..e o P !l :lcola. 'one. Palafox fit. .4

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1 Latest BitlOB the Cfelraffo Barber : !I Grand Marshal Cook' Older et For- : 1 1f SfEClaTIcES,

_I Fires at Ills C.*tom.r i, R I mat ion.

"Conipressed air sir?" : ARRIVED AT QUARANTINE. Having been appointed grand marshal I

This la the latest question which thetaikath'e It Ik Arraonin.lUuS. Scott Cadiz, to order for Memorial COHEN Of/I c1flr 1 "'O O,
Uvr bk Pioneer, 1194. Alberta, London, to Day, I ask the f j
barber fires Us order
Chicago at i earnest and ,
support of
co-operation ,
It bk
Laesruna,7el. Gennaro, Marieillei
customers when he bas them at his to Ku.aaco Bros all who will take part in the paradeon MON12V '!'0 L 'II

ml'rcy"rap!>I'tl In tonsorial mantles, that day, and that the day be FRIEDMAN TO I.\S \
j undergoing the professional mysteries CI.EA3BD. MONEY .
et the up to date tonsorial palace.'C'omprtSMtl Am cl Hv.c.aH... Hatmmr. S M. E.kin". made a notable one in our history, ) 1 Hunting, Pata)1r.! Apply :-.).;\ i
by John A M nlt Ii Co.for We.btngtoo. D
and ,
a compliment to the distin-
air, sir? \.', wllb 171,1*; i intoner. luT.t-x; cypress '
With the delicate touch of a connoisseur shingles guish'd visitors who will be here. T O."S AT I.'n 'KsT ,
Tug E E : 17 F.n}:-1T CAN ..1 ',
!:mp.on. Fliao. for Sabine Pass &coIr .\ r
the artist runs his fingers throughthe The following will be the order of 1.,,\Ell BY PA HI '".

churn lucks of his helpless victim! 1 1It formation: SKlTRITIRS KY f. \! : \
and the latter, bracing! himself for any 1STKEET.TK .
bk! AIrid.1.. MajLald!: : :; Genoa tot; The Confederate Veterans will
1 -ir*>riment short of dl't'apltatlon.uDts Totr form i on East Government street, RACKET{ STORE. ,
an asnt and awaits the or- Matstuai.It t>k; Madunnade to: &oa."t) Bros Pompei .n, r'igarl, 'II'"n i with right resting oa Pal1 ox. 1 ln\fst YotT nlonryln-WANT T'1'> h\,

leal. Then the barber grabs a coil of' bit;, 11,1. I'IttfllIa1ia to order The military! will form on West 1 cureahitra.'H of titir: :'

rubber tubing which hangs at the side Nor bip Wei'era Mouaich. l.Jld. JUIIIpn. Government street, with right on f. tale, rent prorerty "r III., ,.
?t f aul de Loanda to Feniacola I"o j Palafox. rent collected or yo.r ,
of his dressing case, and turns the uoz- Am Willard MuJgett 1ft, Cvicord, to aWe c,ll I on or al1tr..+'Ta.. i
order All other bodies except the police 1 Kfll K'tate siiU In-ura:
ze! the -ombatant in tht.'chair."l'hl .
upon will form on Palafox south of Gov are Offering This Week 1'J C< la. Kin. Chariinuxi--. ,
-s-81! There Is a bibbing sound '1 who hun a lot fr. in u% a, .
of escaping air and a playing of wind THE SHIPPING.IN ernment. f.' 'It lib Which tot'ui'd H h. .
The police will form on Palafox
at aIll mile rate in the customer'sLair. north of Government.The I
The barber the small POST order of march will be as follow \ IMMENSE BARGAINS J JI 1'() I tit I : > i

tul'e much after the manner of the eraAttaxtraBrlenhetm,1.1J ?: OK KhNT-A- t .
feklllcd gardener W.o turns the irrigating ; Fox, to Baar, Ducwody 1-Police. -, x2-.e c ia I- t>t UnJ; v';) bu.aplanted '-,-

bose on the lawn In JE 1.0 J-Band, followed by military. J ; afro thrrx. .- .
; summer covering Nor l.J..r.mor".lI. Johta.ento PenacolaLumber .a. andabnuttwoacrr ". .
; all the surface uniformly. After i opai Carriage with speaker I r,1r. Apply to C. Licata.:, ..:,
!Maireliuo ;>!;. I.3L8j:3!: to W L Confederate Veteran shirtDRESS W <1r
a hair cut this new compressed air \VittiPh s "'o eS'

d.tll'takt.s the place: of a brush and Hr K.-rde d.I\6 :' Leo ,mail Carriage. with sponsors and I' U ORRENT-Tx., h.. .
BrTrt>iiiian.fu." Lui! ''. fid for Hamburg a4c4S 7 r between, Kmnant ,
broom in clearing the brad of the shortclippings. YrI'onuolt7Jl'" wt1LtuGulfTrau.itC'uaatr. 0-Grand Army Kepublic. !: V Apply to 1-'. K. tr-"
After the shave compressedair .. 7-Other bodies in order of theirarrival. f ->p -- 1Ja-It

is adminl.ttcrcd to dry the face. j l't\ .
Ger august lI+I I. Jaburz. tij order t : KEXT--fv .
After a shampoo it performs the part Nor l'.at"na.IJ.jr\.tjrow b..r .to order i iBAETS. Arriving at Lee square the military 1 ba'l. up--ta'rs.ltrrete > >-,
of a rapid and Ideal drier for ifr' hair will halt and present arms as GOODS j ; can bt can: ._
the"veterans purpo-p Apoly t" ,
and scalp. It also t e/uoloycj: pass into tquare. ; I Vi ..
may >e e strong trr t.
Nor Barasia, '*"+. Ev. ns. n. cd! for Ro tiM-k The cart ili es will turn out rot !
fo spray the patient with delicate! perfumes ,I'ort Kmetia Eh'era. 777, UoQCab.,eld
by attaching; an atomizer' with for oportoNorKiuerTbambarskrlver Palafox to the west and the sponsors II i, '\) ..:>4<-- J. FOILti I..
: S.'1, Hilllesen! and maid will be escorted to seats e: _.._.. ..
Its bulb of fragrant odor It is said to order ]by the division and brigade coiumacder. }, JJ1ts --'vI!{ "t' ALE-7hr.h. !:; ..
.Nor India.!, J.UIID, cU for tp'c.o
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to pay for Itself in the saving; it accomplishes tlautburg I '..ad54ltre't v
KuiLouii, JtkLiioa, toW S Keyst-r IS'CO :
: with bay rum and i>crt'uaiealone. All organization expecting toi II {' -Hosiery iOur ( LI"D''II. Ap>-rt.ONE .

Km Osmo 7M, Jobaaasen, to fenaacola! 'take i part in the exercises avers- i

A douclte of air in the Lumber quested to be on hand at 4 m., as fir ) 'MCEM.. fu-i. :
compressed Nor l'rooIssor Julinsen, 1U6, OUen, to1 i p. j a o.:'i. 'I" "
face after a shave I U said to producea orderIt the' procession will move promptly i i slll'.t.I .
Frqsp"ro.4Xi Mc bori, to C Torre ;at !:*J m. \. R. ConK ; ..
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p. i .
Line 'OR $ ..
delightfully refreshing sensation, Am VrdanJ:, 77J, Esker, to t K Sauuders ': I of Ladies' Skirts I- -\I.E-"IIt. : .'
particularly In warm weather. It Is; it Cot Grand )1ar hal. ,I .. urbe rrU'HIIIc II" ..
Virginia.5'J: Caste, to Kosasco: Bros r Is unequalled in Styles, Workmanship and old un raiy trrui-' HII,i r ,
growing In popularity with the patrons C. Watson *.
HAkKEXTIMS.Km i If 'r.>ubleci with rheumatism, give Low Trice.
of the barber shops wherever it hulIt't'n I I Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It I,'OR SALE-Tn.- nn.ldi .-: ,, '
Introduced. Thus far In this city, atmsMathildawylumbeto: Baars f Our i cry on "II.\' txr1, .
will Stock in ShoesIs :
fuu"od..It i o not cost you a cent if it does no Knal lstate "
compressed air has been made an adjunct Kus otto, ;$:W, Onl! l. to W L ....Wittlcb Co ;good. One application will relieve 1 .ii>l:, houib Ageney.fniafoiVA.TKUAII I. -ll r""'. 'Ager.

of only three or four tonsorial SCHOONERS. ,| the pain. It also cures sprains and so great that you will bn more than
establishments. Gee Is a swell North I bruise in one-third the time required pleaded in Selections and Prices in our Mata- t
Br Congo*!. McKtnaoa. to ord-> w.\TTL U
Side hotel another Is in a I-asalh 0III to.h" A Haylei.ioi. Kciii>')o. to r master by any other treatment. ;y; moth Shoe Department. d .. ._---,.-.._.-- -

street shop and the remaining shops Anitiatte H Harbour Vi, Erluns, std for Cuts burns, frostbites. quiney, \ ; kindt ot OW' ...4.wbUkjr .-

are In State street skyscrapers, where WHsbtn Iljalmar ton.U CAm : A5..itP:t. to master I pains in the side and chest, glandular Millinery. i 1 UOVttl 1 botilei. 8. A t--all.llI&

compressed air furnish Its Julia tl1zallet3. Swe tmi,, cld for' and other swellings are quickly The Latent
plants the general ( Styles at the Lowest Prices The l
Nassau I cured by applying it. Every bottle .L"ITXD-OI4 beer bottlei .
motive power of the buildings.! ;, Am LymanW Law, 1154: Blake to Jno A j I IMerrlttAto | warranted. Price 25 and 50 ct.. (' Greatest Selection: of Ladies Sailor Hats. 1 ,\-r Hroe. IIIQIlDe.I.II'r rtttNEMClri

_ Chicago Inter Ocean. r 1 --- --=.: .;.
For sale' by Hannah Bro and all ( -
Br Poloaice: Foster cld for Cayman Clothing and Gents'
t Brae medicine dealers.JACOBY'S. i /!" ( 'IIOOI..
Toe Seerrli of Gibraltar. Am Bebpcca I. Moalton.SJt! Cook,to order | ........ -'" -
During the war tor1es In plenty have I I Furnishings.A "II :- INK:? CK.\SIiTIIS.. '. ,
BAZAAR.Church etas in letting (or >.t! ,n ,
been current of tin stratagems and OP, CLKASKD AMD SAILED FOB f KN8ACOUA. 1 i, war'.. at 2 p.m. *&turda.p' ,
:New Line of Shirts and
Howe at 1 Interested .
treachery which have imposed : pleat ca>I. -1s Ka
upon bazaars are all the rage Prices which will astound you. -1 cIa street. 'N "+ ,
British officers charged with very sons araAltsatre. I S
now but not one of them can possibly -
ous responsibilities. the' Ii.t IJt (i ..
Falls of In\8 .nall. Br. 1702. Hull March HI I the Mattings, Carpets, ( ..... r .
equal one now-and always -- ----
venue, we have the following story' >"oro t Brook: nr, 17JV, Mann lardif.I -J i SARAH Ry.mF.-1; (
from Gibraltar: I McbiO! !! -open at No. 114-118 East Government Window Shades. MRrand dealrrfnHir itondt H.G'ArticletIairOLetc..t9 br
Lammermoor Br, '9Jo: Laseeller, at Tyne .
j jr W
Some time I street and known : um12UUCATIONAI o.
ago a consumptive German Mch YlNordpoLBrstiGreeaock: as t ,tree!
gentleman arrived there with Introductions :: March! yi i; Just Received another Carload of Matti..,. -rj
] ijueenni, Br, 1T.-J, Angus, Alexandria: !
Come and
JACOBY'S.I Selections
from Influential people in March *S I| get your ; they are J .
England. The governor and other otfi- Ruin Nor. :iiv), at New Castle March 15 I Beautiful Patterns at Low Prices. '] A.
tlanddeWHrthdCaw9d: Kusrt!<:u". March, you can see and examine ; -
slats received him hospitably, and ev- i '"
cry consideration one of the largest and most varied f iu nftb term In tbs residence ai,
possible shown
I was BAILES. I See Our hog Windows and be Comai ner of Palcfox and Jarka"n 'i',
Lira on account of his health but, of Angeladchtaitnn.It. old MarsetileeJan :0 I assortments: of edibles of very description J trance on Jackson, Term tMALE .< ,s

_ (course he could nut be granted permisslon. Aeathe Ada. Swcd!, '...ll.lj.7 nl.Table sid Antwerp Bay Feb l)"12 c: 11 ever seen in Pensacola. It 'l:a

as he requested, to go to the top 1 Bolivia. Nor, Oil. std Mo4 d March H would require all of the space in this AX1) KEMALE MC'H'> 4
of the rook for the sake of the ; rlenrand.Nor.54l. Rid LeerMarch 1,1HlliOcbetto. YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, CUa.'eaud Ovalloj 11
pureralt It.>(4. sid Carthaiietia,Jan :!.i i j I paper to enumerate, but here are a f pares for college or business J M
_ as there Is a regulation that "for. fhlrftatnItuw.tatlarcelona'rbSEn : few : doll principal. Night term bl'ilu!!
eigners t sid Tunis l>"o :"J ,
are Cohen
on no account to be Friedman & CD'S
'e rttz r.u"ta\.ltu... slit Kuocorn March 7 i, Canned Fruit: Vegetables!, in ,
inlttcd to walk about the top of the i, !Valencia March 1)Kablo. ( 'l"l fo'I..O'I'HnlT ',

rock. Further acquaintance! however Nov.i)It.near 5.15 Port.1
with the German gentleman,, Giulla i:, It, 1171 s'd M\r eill.; >s March > I|, novelties. \u t+prelal drsipns orJer forViolvlte

through the medium of dinners another J Uaetano March Ca,abona It 11:1.1.: old Keno |' Crackers, Wafers and Cakes of the Mail Orders Attended to Promptly. pbone Mils T'u.I'lowt.i'. Moreno. -C3 Wr

social functions, resulted In a relaxation KxnteqernSorT4i.ldKluckttadtMarch 7 most celebrated makes.

of the strict rule and he was I Johanlrg'iis Id ChrlsttaneaudNov 1aobanur o Pickles : 1
"" Spices, Condiments and 1..1. .
Nor aid Tonshur l>ec V ,. ... _. ., ,_ I'ull. I i-
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granted a pass.The Kl' Nor S'U.ii dOt zalr"Aplll 111 !1 Salad Dressings of the most famous : -.. -' .'. .'' -' J'' .- ". ''-- -' '- /LowTrKl- - iTR- .
result of the visit! I is now to b e Maria Margarvtha, awed: sid; Cape ion Iprumptty FrNER.:.I ,, -
March J brand : In huuquet..r-t! \
I seen at the (;I'rau1D war office, whit Mlcbele It.'lId! G-noa March ::4 i| Evaporated Fruits. MISH Violetl. Moreno! Iv,
18 in Marcel, It.MJ Novz phone .tV
possession of the most perfectplans Hamburg .
Melusine, Km. W, aid Sharon"+i Keb iM Jellies Jams, Sauces and Syrup3.i w. WRIGHT\ GO1OPAK
from photos of all the works Montw A. It.r<<. std fuolllll' March 3 Breakfast Foods of known :-'.'Iruulstud ( ..11. .
and defeu-i's of Gibraltar. London Onll' < 1\\ ,
Pietalt.tC'eld Marseilles March 1'1 'kind.
.aturJay Itir'cw.The Pensico'a. '."*i Rid ueona. "pnllRlaltn. \ MASfKAfTI-REKS ANif'EALKKS IN SummerI'XIVFKITY ,
\ 1.w :? _
O-r. HJS, aid Hamburg Ap'i'! 5 ,: Tinned Meats and Fi-h. \ .
Rwehelle '. It. .
90M Mar.ruln rb 7
OldeM Tj-pebooU. Ci-ffees, Teas and Other Staples.
Kibe, Pun. us at Katiia Jan > LUMBER LATHS OK tIL'I'Ie
A book in the possession of a bookseller NtobaaSurdi.',. tdLadnnJletrhrr! : i Flour of the Choicest Brand 'd. list l+umner July : t" .." .
Valuta: Nor. L
in Munich he the tt1 ita tech liJ .
may oldest --- -- -- pecmllv helpful! to hetfiir" '

book iu the world printed in type. It i ill I Run .ic? soreulcers, boils, pim Smoke DURHAM Cigars .cUJJ./ SifEDCIPfiESSSIISSlES-fflii-lrieiSapi! for practitioner a<1iuin>|"n who to the hive hi':.u .'

a uils"I.ile "1:1'l'ia: t'. Intended for use in pl>,;. etc., quickly cured by HA.VNKR' : For t'at..I"II11! Mrtdro *

the district of the Uhine. It has been SALVE, the tnt healinjr salve in j at D'Alemberte's. ... PENSACOLA. FLA. ,R.r. JI lea, .....rl'luf.1 h.rftlfenrtlMC .

carefully examined by several competent the world. Xo other "just as good"

Germans and by M. Missel, who \V. A. D'Alerrbene. : -
Is Paper Carpet Iu horra
an acknowledged; authority on mis-
NUTS ioc. rsK roi'xn. "Cnrl.els in Korea an
Miles, and they agree-the former for
typographical the latter for liturgical Jacoby has 500 to ftX t) pounds of F. E. BRAWNER'SSPRING moment us are carpdhanded .-t- '

ft'3Wls-ln regarding the newly discovered Italian Chestnuts and Choice Hazelnuts down in fuuiil' -

book as prior to the 1'salter of which he M offering, to closeout from generation ID & .

1457. The French savant and one of at 10 cents per pound. 7atf collie darkened aiiilut!

They arc rugs alu.-ij njiapt
the Germans date
It before 1430 the
WE ARE PROUD 'r by a peculiar p
former ascribing It to Gutenberg. So !

confident. Indeed is he that the till* of the Soda we sell, and we pi-arauce they arc uiii .

of the brochure which he has just Issued have every reason to be ] ALi! 1 and quered which boxes are which so lUll" I ii'u' '

on the subject bears the words, proud for we use only the kerchief b"des." haj.l
First Hook Known to He Trtnt- Best
toll." in making: American consul in K <' ,

it. People who know Good 1 lives always take ..:ftj .
Jf he Is right, the find Is not the least
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Soda to --- ----
come us. If they enter tip- II'
remarkable you j
of < -
the many Interesting ---- I .
have not tried i fact accounts larel} f*.:
,discoveries made In the our Soda. I
tit the century.-Philadelphia closing IJecord.years you have missed the Beat We have Received Our spring Line of Up-to-Date \:i of the rujrs. When I a i '
in Town i ever, I shocked the fe.I I _

Pain in the Hack. Ices and Ice CreamW. Dress Goods, Ladies', Misses' and Gents' one no carpet by wearing and:; Burin my shy I'. ".

A. B. Farrington, Constanta N. T. Green & C out !"i,\> .,'

Y., gays with: "I was troubled several ''The Prescription Druggists Furnishings.. Shoes and Slippers. i fill dark colored -ai |p' '
years kidney disease and suffered ." "
i iI about n quarter of an :i
severe pains in the back. I i I
used FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE and 37 South Palafox Street 25' Dozen Men's; French Neck Balbriggan 20 Dozen Ladies': I"lpevplp"flst.*, .-inch Solid and White Duck, and very effective.!

one bottle cured me. I recommend Undershirtsat23centseach' ; hide Thread, our price i"c each or'' our price .. . .. . .. juc -- -

it to my friends." It has given per, For Fly Time. Drawers to match. $:!.75 dozen. 'YardWideit'a: Island Cotton Earth 'orIlDrllllll.

feet satisfaction. Take no fuifti-: Messrs. J. E. Ross; & Co.. No. 11 N. ', 3ODozen Men'a Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's ,Fancy Silk Front at . . .. . .. . .... Military i-n::ineers arc '
Uute. W. A. I) Alemberte. Satin Front Undershirts Boom Shirts "inc. each : I' agrwil that no muterr '
Palafox street, have perfected arrangements at 25 cents I our price I Yard-Wide Fitchville Bleached
: for the manufacture of each ; Drawers to match I all sizes. I f made by Londale Co., : tions Is superior tro. ,

Notice the bet window screen ever placed 3OJozenrens French Neck h..I. 2D,1ZPDFancv sndhlt" Silk, while it Lasts. .. .. . .. .. "Je Is not olit.iIr.aMr: I\C i

W. T. Sherman Post Xo. :21, O. A. upon this market.: They claim for brifrijan: or Fancy Undershirts, nice Pleated RosomahirtsourpriceLItltaPieces:: i Latest Calico at. .. .. /4c sand J< rullwtwl into '

B., will meet at ilullard's hop on it the following desirable features: quality, at 45 cents each ; Drawers to all sfces.We l-Cde Pahlbun'Gingham arc lal411n I regular h<'.r

Eat Intendencia rtreRt at o'clock It can be removed and tored match. carry the arrest: low of Men'e,1 Warractfd .. .... .... ...., 5 of tli' [>riK,".,I for i'c : .
p. m. Thur-dav, April _tL to takepart away at the end of the fly season 10 Dozen Men's Heavy Weight and Boys'Cllorf'd-hirtsil1theCit : a fortification the i I'.il.-,;! '
without the use of tools the blind Balbrl Undershirts 50 I the Lowest Prices. J "-.t Ecelyed a full line of "klrt
in the U. C. V. parade. AllMsitiujrG. ; gan at cents; at ta'ms's guns sink iti"ii'!
: A. 11.'* are cordiil in and sash of the window can be easily Drawers to match. I .'56-inch Spring Percale, our and Shirt Wai=tr ; our prices are the and IJ'II
y explode (
vited. J. C. PETTEKSH.N. handled from the inside without in- h>Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless: t" price.- .. Oc i lowest.

Commander.CASTOR terfereuce or trouble from the screen ; at old price 6 for 25 Cf'l\tsor 4"c 33inch'ery: Sheer White Lawn, I Para-oNand Umbrellas at W, 75 !

-- -- ------ it is simple in construction and the dozen ; embroidered neck. I our price ... .... .... .. .. K':" }lIUand1 :!'). 'i| Fine IVrlllnn
Y price i* *o low a* to be within the 175; Dozen Ladies' Mi-ses' and : ,-in'h Check Nainsook our Ladies Irndf-'nt Parasol in "Hy the way Xa-iwho i-

reach of all. Call and examine it, Children i-'I'ev..le""e"t", with I price.... .. .. .. .. . . -V late-t shades at $1.75 and S2.00.: was I.anging in t1

IA I and leave your order for any number Tat e Neck 3 for :tic or 95c doz n. I :30-inch White and Colored All thplatetstyles in LdieV and literary a,itur. 'va hr' '!

from one to one hundred. 25Doz: L'ldif1 Sleeveless Vests, Piqitp. our priceSo .. .. .. . lOc Childr 11'" "triw" Huts aid Sailors- the finest piece of w r .

For Infants and Children. with ilk Tape Neck, 2 fnr Me; ; ui : I \\'hiteCurdrdPnlueour alo 50 roll New Siring Mattings t-nce'r"

H. AND P. O. lU'ILDINO $1.35 dozen price . . . . . '. 15c at 12'8.' li and :2"c.! per yard. "W. "
C i H.! answi-r il tl i :
The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears Pensacola. Fla.. April 24, I'JiiO.I with a yawn "the! Ten I
Sealed proposals will be received at
written In a ('Irl fit r L"- -
taeSignatlua this building until 2 o'clock p. m.Wt'dnpd'1Y Remember g105 S. Palafox Street : '
the Place ?S jnarter l 1:1 alnjtit as fin- -
ofPistachio May: Iii;, 1'JOO, fofur- '
wishing fuel, lights, water ice, micellaueou *- ever srx'n. -Ihhao 1.1

--- - Inuiing: ashe? supplier and sprinkling, washing towels streets, YOURS] FOR] BARGAINS FROM] NOW] DN] I IVrlloa f.r..f....' '

4 for thi buildit,g; during the fiscal "My bon 'Ii k-arulu--: .

Q/r"'u:1 year el1d l.;? June 9), lv*'ilor such clan."

portion of the! year :15. may be FT? ERAitNER"'S\ "\\"(<11, I suppose I.well -
deemed ad\sibJ"'. The right
to reject
j what to do I.;'
any and all bids i i.* reserved by iI
Cream 'af..r--II'mf' i "Oh. no: he Loft h.iif
the trea-department.: JOHN E.
thin; nt 90'. Your deafer should have PULLMAN, Ch *todrYn. 1 HOUSE.j l-arninj! the things Le 11-

them. 'Sd-eod.t ONE-PRICE CASH :' Chicago: It'<:ord.e .



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