The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
May 1, 1900
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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P1 r.c ACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor. iS8EPULSEDBY 4 ,

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l.umlx-r N". rj| ;UIIII.OI/I/ t't'e111re
Ie> : 'input ls-iiesst.itciiient of Casil- \\lll He :Made as IVoiulnriit as Any t.:
1'11 1! in M rcli. .itie! ut Fifth .\rm\ ('or|'". Other (foe>liou. '

FRENCH'S CAVALRY Tin export values fur April were GIVEN AH OVATION T.: isiiiNQiospril :!().-The war dt> MENACED IN CHINA CHU-VCO, April :an.-r:( i private cion. .i

(I U.oCHTi'; a-jiu-t $I -!11.o''t; forM
partut Las ju-r isiin--l a complete tall ferenee held here last night at the Sherman

rch, a .:ain of nearly Sl'21.mO.l .' uf the ca-ualtifs m the Filth .ust> UtueenVilluim J. Bryau
: : army }
Hero of
to Turn the Manila Warmly Welcomed
T. American Hinister
nipt Thf"xi' >rt. of timber! and lumber corps in the operations against Santiag'i : Reports .J(J."l. dllirm\ the Dew,

I'fiir the iiiontli Wfre55.1.'JlhO; : <;. ft., to t'r'.in crntic executive ioiumitiwAVillU J.Abbott .
\l i Flank Failed Chicago. June 2, until July 17, 1't.1'i.l'h. on Conditions There.

ijrdiii>t'd1 4.jSB: ;>5 in March; : a !train ofnearly .. 1 >s-*.'s are given: ulitiir i.f TutHa'.lftin.. and
live million feet. The xaiur 1iarn
March '>ver Februiry wj-i nearly GREETED BY THOUSANDS Killed, :;1 officers, -,:,>: enli-ted men.: b.1 -ot1thelatttrJssuredBryanthat
three and elf million feet. 'nuded. lul o'lcer1,311 mlist.'t'! 11,1"I'I'u Ihe ulti.Ji1 ci>u\eutiou.
The arrival were : I'l I s-tt-am veP --
> 1 The four aL-o discussed the situa-
I > ..r u.ilr I h.iti.i'l Iuiill !-. :i'i (>;' total till)iiaalld ::2; s til lea I Is :Met by :>|n'ijl Coiiiiulttep antJ! : ran.rot,1G,1; I'fti-vrsa'id enlisted., 'It ll.iH (irrally .\unirnted hy hull m Illinois! :11 and throughout; the country .-

.., Vf..t22| iV!: { total: tonnage, against F-'III',1:: to IIi, .\ It was aix it is said, thattpauion
\\ II n'.1 1:1.1 I .; I'"IIIIt'II13mld The total Kfiu<)\'.il of :"i r\rreI (iiHPiiiops byIuv'ager 1/1',1.
'" ; strriizta of the f.invs
!I" tcin:. ) Oil total tullldre'Itld 2*Ii'; : t pi uld proii'.iuentandas
w > m
u nil iiiuiiiI.'HitIll ; .. Ianntn.5 i uf (:.nIWI! and (C'ler oltlicMuItltinle. rating against; = i is *' !' Fur < ; ail 1//), ); total l toniM' in March.Cl ; Santiago: ; given. ivotti > iiiiiress-lnJ; | 'iiinlty i int the

', *. I *-.r.-il, N.t"HiiitjJ.4:! ...-.'. and 1'H:! sai1.1 I' 'r" and 17-U't:: : men. TUP ....i v)-itii .\m'ri".11 l'n>| rrty Paid.V A" IIM'!' other tiuesfmuIliinii an m

2l,4l>i a.-iiiHfJ1):! ..t..tlil. ao.7H::!, and I i nvnwit: mfiintry In-t the C'1"lft..1 uuni\ i'.ny

.!\tJ-The hirst m'\ve oil. in March. I Cncin! Apriltt.: .-Amil the boni '' b. r cf mi-n.its killed! and wlIuur ''.lllum. \ .\
Theithi" of the ; ti> for- of and the cheers of th bt-riug II-:1 !
mg cannon
Free State iu exports >uuihls
'Kr ha, hi animal -
'IIDIlt' llnl"t in ; n p'rts WAYUtirss (;la., April ;iO 'Vhild
,' i.rii poit fur the in>Mit!> was: Sl,3'il.- of The Si\t",--nti! rt-giment infantry I li '
It'll the 1 I'NTt have 4Tntributed; : a< follow : i iK-ople Admiral i'Hjrse EKweji ls:? men and l. ivernur lioosoveregi' publisli! : by the! bureau of fort'is"! com- playing: with a gnu at, IS miles:

N ',I'bn they hate only i i arrived Chicago! today. TIo': -xa'b: and
the tuch l.j-r
Han+burg; 3M75H: ; meat ;seveuth: infantry from here, Saturday ufrrllll. Martin

'.. .upy ..Ir"u'r I'" I 10" ... :-' I\I Uarinj; the adiiiir a d Mrs.Di 1:7 men .hurthlpter Miller, 14 was shot and instantly
: und
I n'.rlJO" t:UM'u, -
1."ol1"u .. .u...... 112.1'H: :i 'wev, Li.'ufl'IImt Cal hvell, his secrei Casualties la l'illliin! | | <'s.WASIIINUTOV. truul.h., II hui4 Tun? northern k11t'II11)son+ of Taylor Hunu.

1111111 .. _.. 7:137.: i r.-tary: and LI 'lIt U.Illt Crawford: 1\1 ; b.irhmt:. when >ouuijiiuuii
; i -rul JV'Wft m,,d r. I' M...'...! .. ..... u.u". ..... M..M\) < war Amil :So.-.\ srapmen China He rt-fi-rs to the ]1l'.full'olt'lh \ ;ys \ and

'..'n rat 1'mieh's east'r. Uott"nl"iii ..... ... ... _...... .... ..... 1l.i& ''' met near :oath:: Chicago by a special l 'i ij r >imi-t''d I.hem bis 'Rfiilliigrijmrt i' lil'kl.t up u >li"Tgui not ,
\LlUiTpKilhso u" ._... .... .. ..._ 17.11 +: just compiled! by the war d\< j tglrtneathmv < in \ was 1"11'\1\ I juintLnl it 8
i. only foiled Ly the rat "+and..rland .sad Cltrdir .... :r. ,)., I j tram carrying: the general txerutivt- that on July! I. \\.i\: when ..IrnerIcu1trtklp.rtwhettManllauttil as f.illoti: ', Mdli-r ant ; pointing ,
l'i..etttt.ul .. .... ..... ..... :+IIb l i committee of the Duwey celt-hrati SllIP"1 l the: 1
"U> iiu.n'MmTs. Tue ... .., . .... 1I." ,1\ l April .tI..rtull. 't'I.\ the story i* 10\dirtfl'rllt at li..r. 11n plIIt'l 'rigr. Tbii
: 'tigej tn the mistw.ird.will : Hurra .... ... HM( I ITfttnpico Tho admiral's train arrived at this ;27, 1 I.>n. the.H- deaths have mrarntlKilled Since Cbristnia-s there ba I lire.u (tune ll gun aUI the took

.lluM fall tack 1 r.IUII"OI"oItl1. .. .. ...... ... .... .. hi,6.t: 1 Grand Cputrnl.I'p.II. Fifth and and died of wounds 4'J: ortnvr- > erlect in the buck of Miller's bead pro,
|I'" ... .... ..- ... ..... .. 1..iiJ avenue notbiiifj but Iron.I... Hints, munlm death.Florida .
..urr'.1.up'n >r l:u1\l1"'r LI-hlo .. ...... 11fiHlU.SM1: I i i Ham-on titreit, d mmut a lt,1jl oll 111111 5-VJ men; died of disease. 2-i uttiirrsai during instant
Lu"'" k .. .... .... .... : i schedule ,im... -l kiss;; men; total tj!) offlivrs and I I.I and i'-N of the iui);>t 11I1 b..hl'ttl nature --- --

"II''KtI.--u-tami-d dur, liubtixtdttiKiMlock . ..... on. ..... II.;;'" l I The inonent the white moustached 2,1'i 7 men; ;grand total :,:.;4. S.'verul I Ihou.l11'1 l have lui-u canllljttrdupar the native ail- ( ('lllt' t
l .. ..... ... ......... v ; 0
.Ut: N"(.Lu ug'utm wvreFrm I, : have ben wounded' bat: onlya hen-uh of ml-,iuuarje ThecoudiMoil TAI.IAHAssEE, April ::5J -
Koiariu .. .......... _7Hanrtcl 1! naval L>TO wet .seen a rour of cheer* t.hl Dc'wlp
t .... ....._ ._....... $..l.dNanetttrr went from the fortunate iuMdtjI small penx-ntage have died of wound-, has grown *I bad that the Germans | menU of the last few days! esdttt
b' now that all ........ .... .......... .... i.OII.) up ones tad most of them hare nturned to duty strut inland strung (once, burning ,
objt.. ; HurnoAyr.. ... ...... ... ... &917aptrr : I the st.itum and was: quickly taken np by raibtary groat l'nthn"iMf and oonfidence iu chit.
tut 11111? the main hooU.t' .... ._ .. ... I the thousands m the Escorted i d >wn one or two village and taking
::0.; lI.t.l; j : streets. iAN t...... .. __. ._ ..1 i siiDimrliTs nf Mate S. na*,>r
't..U' bad .hIl ..ured. Id tt H'lOle .. .. .. .. .. 60s> i, by the members of the executive INQUIRY IS PROBABLE.' .k tuth IIImTIIl dewierson the fri.nd'llln,1
u..rlllll1tl well ValenciaOporto .. .. .. .... ) ( cam.mittte a.i hostages, for future :' t reel T. Me\er;:w ho is regarded! as theleader
'a prvtvut any Admiral aud Lieuten- 'ilW' 1J1\l'
'I (.rdIIT ... .. 5.703 i Dt-wey iu Inc fur the Ik'tnocratto'gubernatorial
.. r.od ... ... ......... 6. ., ana Cal<1w..lllllld Crawford pnx eViMI Root's pefh on borne Doctrine: U..a..lul. .americans and t I noiuinatioii.r
:...&wv Utwn Thal N'Chu AlKlt-r -. .. .. on .... .JI'M' I down the long platform aud mounted Cauca DlplomutkControversy.. Germans ecateul by diplomacy ant :i Meyers h
.o\t1vt'I'IiUt IN 40 runes and the veldt t'apa Coait Ciatle. .. .. .. .... II 5"> pluck. i' received truing pledges of support I
t. 3 thes mountain' On the Acr.. ...... ... .. 9.'10 i I' the step leading the river where the W A.1II'iOTOX. April 30. :SecretaryR.Iot's :; "Tbe of these has influential Democrats all over Florida,
.u II. i iu indemnity outrages
in wuitinz.Mrs.
Dakar and Ml. Louli .Ul carruee were
there wild l indications thata
> ijuiyuntaii is an iuif. <<.ibarSa .... ... .. ::,11T Dewey who wad somewhat fatigued speech relative to the :Monroe just t1 paid!, aud now the whole ,i Bud ar- to >e :

"' 'it j.ifnt of runci'Dtranon for Olit ,au.. ... ...._. .. .. ....... 2.114! ) doctrine: is likely to I* productive of part of the province is in a fer drift toward him has .set m in numeron'
from the from
Cavm..n lrra4....... ... ... . Y. w.1] long journey will (vmnth'M\hlh have considereddoubtful.
-r'a.n'! 11'wtt'M forces and can only Hall fund .. .. .. ... ... 111'1. Washington, did not amuupany Admiral some diplomatic imjniriiti at the state rt'ut. and much care be nwwsary b'l
'. Lnti-ih in to sass the winter without the lots offortdgn ___
"t" by a army Dewey on his ride through the down I _
..... ...... / : department. Ht'rr011 Hollebcu the
Total. .I1.t.
l "J< ; Stork .
> the'special I
I town streets, but accompanied by lft."S"l'rl Capital ..rt'I..I.CUI.l'EI
't1 pLins &r not re The items of export were : committee of the woman's (Oeruiau ambassador is in Xew York causes for this tiiauge can ,
rtcepbull S. C. 80. The Cox :
v the
v the Born toward, Indybrand andN1rnP ink IUlllh"rHt .... ftSO.0 ] where she rested until the arrival! declining to talk fur publication about. r e disturbances in all lands. M8nnfatnrlDI com pay of .ud(11 has
bin advanrPnunhwart61: WaiDUt luiiilwr t ft ... .. 11.)"OIINk.Iavr (the !secretary's remarks. It is emphatically The'ruor., who suroesafully kept p.'rmivsi to increase its caps
.. pcs . I of the admiral. s "Ltauld ,
.iil "r he can makt a narrow wheelpteiuent HbinK'' .. .\I'II' The line of march to the Annex" lay I 'girted at the entbl.4y that thereis the pitacc. was n'lo\'et. and the prevent tai stock front iO,000 to fJdO.OOO., The

from TW, N'Chu and 5b.ugir'pkge. SO ; along Fifth avenue to Jackson boulevard no ilr..uti.\n Oil the part of Germanyto incumbent i; ktw\u t b op|>o ertto comimuv is flow i-ngaged in the cotton
( .daralate" .o. .. 3\00'' forcibly enter the western hemi"phere. '
x the trill: of his fonvn betweenurjM foivittuers and things and
thence down to foreign liuMue The Caro
rack tone.. ... 6.01'1 I Mirhigan avenue at Anllr"ln.
I'bo'pllat" the of its The mil
,ii'l Il*wet'.ud I () Ji'r's. our By act representatives: when is hostile one can ,
Sup. rpin! -puat tkirun .... so the hott'1.IuIl/: those streets for hours j Iht't'ror luau and Tn.1 esumautc of Greenville -
.*. Tlie tuiilitioiis of his true 'I. tuoi .. ......_ 4 1 1n7I j before the IIITI\'alof Admiral Dewey Ua;.rue the (rerrnan government recognied : \O\lt on local ctticials bt'il the "me. has stuck from
to". . /IO'! t the :Mounie doctrine. iUf'r'u-tll'capital
cast the d.ri-i-tloii; ofr. I'lt Iron. noble The .
a turn wa-s exi-eption.
Iua Cm ton, tmlrn ... ...... I'.,.'- ; :! literally )picked the sidewalks: formally would her "Tllrl $,V,00) <) to *ldO.Mjo.( ciinimiv-ion for it
\ e. .viiitut of till !Brash forc.f..i. .-- prefer to keep dtncialat Icbaufumd in hi* -
Corn, bu JO."i.l"iJ21..ii The cheering teat !carted the depot ,. al IMIWITat churtfT ha. lxen insned! to the
"II'h1'lIh any deem llnr puumli .. ; :' swept tiling the streets as. the admiral ubjects at home, said one of the attacbes great jHTstmal to protect the Warehouse company of Olypa 9 1
i.. 11t'1'IIl! KoWtd IranslA Tob/1aw bbd( i6k.ln. ( ;. "Thh is impossible, however. of fellow
Jin-- and bis property our : country-III'U i stork of the i .
tn U
slowly 1111
were driving
"loll ... !ur- jmrty capital company
mild t b
have SimthAnu'iTu
elk hnt irutv U- mmN'lled; Klour. fib), .. .. .... .. ; their auirtmeiits, the appl"aus beugabuust harry emigrated: to :: that city. While Mippres-iiiK ,i $:>0, II'- 'nulsj.-rt i is in order! rurc.otirl>bururprntmr. .. .... .. ..... ... JJW'I I without cesiatiou until the! ad' where they tire peaii-fully deeloping "OJH-II rIot and anarchy (II1U'u'III.Irnl _
1 I' i P.-rfUKW-e liit Afrl.-i. okirurpnutliip. ... ........ h, (in; J\ the! country. It has been frejucutly wire ; burnt \' caused the '1 I Ill-Ulna Springs I'p.
mural entered the hotel. A; the Iil al 1'hI 10,1
..... ..... jwrtYroundt'd
t 'u>' arn\al tlu-ie of a Ct Ice Mmi .. 30,7.11I the rnt'fllf Jackson boulevard ( reported that the German colo- death nt ,+.I..f thecutthnuit.sby order- .' Di'RHM, N. C., .\rl DO.-Work on .

i \\c"o-n'" "!lull ....d, < ki.. ..... 10.H12 and arbrn street a signal i man on the ui/.iloii in South America was dangerous jar his 111llrl,.stop the tumult and in '
.I.! \\' .. _.... chi. ,II.. ... .. ttuu United States, bur the new industries! Ed\nnnl. a sub
1 .u< il. at M.if.-: e <>tl n d e ? ?'l I you may tor this he was I i '.
of the (Jrcat Northern hotel wia j rt'II"I
,! i .>ar of .Apnl 12.: die tria toi ..... ......... :W !; top (IM urn hat Germany has no intentions The: consul ,.how'.u.I1 urb, i4 Jing rapidly turwarlt The '
say- rotilo". to .. .... .... ... i< !I IlIuu. wlll.o..1 that fact to a end buttery sta t'E .ulrl"au I the
N i- ill }fn..l Ciilldltloiit *. ri .. .... :\1 tiara. m the Cbiciign, H'II'k Island and (against this country and that the emigration jtopulatinii in the proviuccshilsincrat'd j,, fun.latilo: l'tHU mi. hodtr
> i Uring bunilv into alllt.lb4 .. ....... . .. \p.,."..I i in totheoflicers! '/( fif (Germans: to S.mthulIrle(\ is in mi I'i" to ','."iO) m one year most of mill, I tMiwer plant and >
Pitcitic and
.. .. .... .._. ... I railway yard excavated and the
rmlile.1 attack had Yausaid. crt imply in jmr-uance of a peaceful I' connected I with the building "
1."nt.I. ....... ..... .. ... II,-tvi of the rt'H'IIIl"l'lIlh'r Merrill and I'mt'-d J : Ibt'1 I'in/ Alt'ri. hl\v.1pl wit begin. The off
.i..uf rjisu.i'.a.-/ on theu ues |.o.icy. can He at laying
lard tr* ... 3.IIaItrr i ia..i'i" Stat'' steamship Michigan out in the l'xl.r.urprl.>t
-on. III" .. .. .. .. ..... : h'irW. the laud Uittervronreil the neglect ef .nlril'aa' to of the village into streets is progreto-init ': ,
MS Instantly l'unllJ 1, and the contract for the of 13J' i
.f the omtnioi ", II .h. >k ; HEAVY RAIN IN COLORADO. China to take nut fol'tll
rtivug' the ndiuiral's salute of 17 1'1''IMlrli. e-i'
H..r. c-k* ... ..__ .. ;> out ant Within
hutreshas .t. nhorS
i o l I..- l.ub..r..1 fr"IIII'i Catxh 0.l Port terntoiy 1"1 a 1
Kr Mil ..... ... :! gnu* while the guns of the ships: WITH l'i.lIin Arhurllltu"I.l ,
dew. the .. .. Iht'r"11 Ch''rllolot.olll! !; GreatI.undge time a / ; have sprung
briefly nbmg I'ru .bu 5' iniumveuiencehe thriiuIY wi up
tin-d 1 salute
iu the 21 roundsof\ the naval : tmuL"I",1
'' \" oll41..f't!! iithi'i rs a'ld :: ).! ri"rhJ"e.lulII.! c, .... .. .. Vi :, to ( 'rupa. l if where tbtrl WI: only desolation a
I run "f". tin .._ ...... .. ,| At ItIlo'cl'M'k:: the admiral was e-- says: wout L' ", tl '.IIOU- ,
4 .j! hi-me mid fhruluigsit: Irnmlcbtorry.bxi .. I' ported to an infurmal breakfast given Dr.\" F.R.pril 3J.-For the i just H\ IH..iJnl.ilrJ supplied 1 IiIi suniaries i| I Is l>ifertle.CouMuiA .
< It I.r laichind" with 4'JO sick M" .- ... :) Jii this I.I\ ,
.w. > htle: IIII'mIn'r. hours then1 has !ln-eu -teuily downpour thfi I iiaisporti '
Mldlin| ". riff .'lIlIlIuhll..r;. "u 7Y.a.p1 .. ;sjiv.s: S. 0. \pril :30. The
..' "r"s'l ._ 1 !i : of the woiiu-n'.s rt'reception cuntmjrr.v' along the ca-ti-rn tln of the lloekymonutaiuh juiiiit tll
I'nirr. lianlnkic-i*. .kn ..._ 4 \ "I btu officially Iflllllt.i by special ,'rI of court a which it was ex ;
mi:: Miitr l 'in"us'a.i Iron pipes and Fitting. I It.4 :;5,1\\I.5.I : At 2t'::I') o'cloi! k the a.lllliral'a.. given for hundreds of mil 's. The one mivsioii m this province that th.-) petted to try George Thomas who WM
tleonCNle4. pro . ...... 41.irate owed their ll\i..s to m sessiuii by :
the Cinadian-AuiPricaii precipitation for the t1 f days of April Ihl| > with ] m Beaufort
'''''..1'''' .. 1.nkI i a rev'ld"1I by ';: charged asMiulting a tidy -
t < -' .1.< tin t nun Hrurrtrr'sV' 1..1I"IIiHy Imrdwitre. ills .. .. ... ..... 3.,'5 -.taut'inn, which preseut'd an invitation has b'cn more than S inches, t> inches! juexcel of tht'l of I I im Isl.rt that had ben I county cannot be There u
a 1t1'1"rl. turnllu, lb. ........ ...... (111.5:1\: ; to him to \isit Cauada at bis picasnre. : : of normal.iMivt sealed by the Peking authorities shortly .I: a flaw in the act j .ssed 1 last scar
Hat. His .. .. IW' after the last fall. :
'coa > ,
'y Thos. C. \\ of the ioturn train mottrrl..I.III .. 4.,1 'r has received so far this year a ; Th""eIt'r. ,, MOII of the g'm.r.tlu-S'lly. and rather
.\,tv.-rtii.lnK mailer. Ille ..... .. cM.; Toni lIt'i program; included! an illumiiiatiou pnnpitation of 9'2O: inches, npprorimately cans were in .lplly j jnl: II fi" { 1 than 11till' trialttld have Ii ape .
f I'oinmerce has received \'|..<>rtiinK matter bi ........ ._. t of the l lake front, a reception much rett-ived had exinrted every hour to lie their lest.The ; p-al. ) .
as as was during IIlr1'
H..k., : .. ....... ... : i whkhlutl.nlt
'a .1 correspondent in JlII- !plg.s ugly extretuelv ,
xortCattlf. .... III I to committee lI1'IIII.'rKt the! Audito- the entire year of liiW.! : Coming/ all at lob wa danger- was 'houhbt II',1
, thus, referring to bii re- bd ... 3'-1 !1 mini and a 1I1\\'tliliurt civic lull at the once it is priKlnctive of damage to <-rops.Appnbensious ous- "can a the vmixTor no lungerreigned. f'rm the) ''I1t. which will b "
Ho*., h.lllornfi. Iptll!! Auditorium. felt Th.rt was no guvermmneattherefore : [ moii'b's time.
I are again regarding
; .I,111
'J r"l'"rt : Ill .. ;.11 i no one to punish them. :

I tiual report tilted April ..I..IIJ .. 6 :| WILL RENEW ITS DEMAND. the safety of CustlcwotMl! at the ".h a la resort {.II"llfhe Americans ('iiiitiil >t, rk Increaseil.Cnr. ;
j ... (2htclea4. "I" 4'Tu head of Cherry creek, 30 miles! fromDenver. I
n 4 t'II11" iu a letter fromr showed them his .
i ... --- I -- The dam holds liack ?.OHO.OOO-( ( pas jwrt [ r tiiiiii 4 men. Its fuh.rraty.surpri4rJ j .\HUM"Iran Legation: Continue* to Piisli the ,date in Chinewith the big seal I .
Heal a Hurt j jt'e awl !gallons of water and should it l be l..tI. of the C.rflinallfl: North
: tn -es.varieil I p
the date month
I Inileinnltjr (Plum) =. .'\\'Ulol"IIU..e great damage to over it- was a alter the "
w cluru.t..r..f"IIur: : HANNKK 1 SALVE, the great ,, : property imp 'The Io\'rum'ut at Il till I \Irl railroad: at a II'prnt in this i.I i.
CONST i\Ti\onE Aprilf'-Thereare! anti prolwbly loss of life The :
.i 1 the-tr atnazmj growth ''healer.\ It's guaranteed for cuts i) irtP;: the mob l"'cume ) cautious, I ,'Ity decidiil to ini'n-.iM' thl capital stock .
Platte river in this dli i is at) inches
i '. .,s1 toy Ih.. "" di4- wOUth! <(ores, piles and all kin disMS.S. : no" fresh development; regarding tbt higbT than it hl1I.u for eight the tniops arrived and our j IV"'I.II wereaved. to "i:,!> 10.(lit)I. nn.l" l tii'l"U indibtedoeof +4 4. t.

I 4', to which your ex-, Take no substitute.V.. A. ; American indemnity, qUf'-ti.m. within living in the river 1 liottoins year.People have TIlt of the ins'|">rt was f i I tlt.t rod) JUT wilt wadtKulcd upon.

t D'Alembett" 1 n ,-, kilt", imrte docs not answer thCnitt.cI been forced to leave their homes but so It saved the live of thn' Americans I This ova 11,111 fur the purio-e rif chime
'lI"I.I..r that i is thei Cliuiii muuh the road to standard ;
yours uud indemnities .
m >npy in lug exit
States legation's note of April 24, far no 1S of life has Ix-en rrjmrted.Troops .
h.iving really 0/" line .
the on to
/ I nJiug
Great undl'rwpn gale: begin4 at the it is that Mr. Grisi-omb, charge .
I' Per nt event will caueif.r probable MANY COMPLAINTS FILED. 1--
I I't\\ III all gulf counnrrerani Forha.t storeI'ednesday. May '!.I.IDutt't 1 d'affaires of American legation w ill! Defeat IJoxcrs. i, --- 1I I To accommodate tho"t w to are pirj .

.." ..nI.. :, canal'I11)114 I I ml"i it. n n -w his li'tnaud.! H>)M-Ki>\':. April 3o.-The IVixerare > :-erlleeotnulkern and \.sfrrii t'nlou I 'h.1 j to the u-e of atomizers in applying .
-- -- -- Tin' I'rr.jl'l't of mliiu Ahmed l Pasha :' liquids into the nasal; ;
) i uiutooil eM-t : having more: trimbli- in :Suaii Tung .\rt ln me; ItY't'tI.S..
\ vastly increa- the to the} United State'4to negotiate for the for ''fitiirr/ml ifiniii/i t, the ,
and Chili provinces.' They have Ixvnstirnil .\p: ii! ;.1-\ 1 of i,
I Uie .;f !gulf ports :))d i'nn'hI: of a rrnincr persisted in. although U\.E\'I. 1II'.II'r :Mtf-pare, Kly's Liiiiul| Creai ka1n.t'rejucludirigthepray "
I ant Iflt to b"lt..v.. The <| 'tmmv line h.ti put on a' the United .States governmentcoinnu.s up against foreigners by the.n.utionary 1'.mIJluh (troia t-ointsoii tote .'m-i.i.. : 'ill tol.f j*
rl.rdul! wlli"h IHatr .
the Bi: : dfT-riiiined I 'I) an! rIP to the > t.,licy of tutu emjircss dow1jii'cr. I < the railway I havl{' "."' cents lr igi-tsor h'y The I Ii'piJ
Kayou :tt i> a. in. ia order in, briivi: Chinese werecur against ll\i :)th'f \ : lIui1
anuI/Jination! of the projiosed purcuasv tnxii'.s t teral ts embodies th"
bril- ( with the indt'iiinity! CIt1"| -.tjoL < \ marnuding) ;gangs <>f Itsxers.I m.ts. 'fties n( the folid) preparation. ; '
i :. and to pneounjr1. tbo.P who i which (" 'lII'.iut'j.i'in: j ;: a total forcuof.i.'NM. ,si.u. ':!.' ...xip.ipLnu.mt3 all'githat;. !I" 'itdtn Halm i is quickly absorbed by f'

> tar U4 rot tot.KVVi areefkin;? :a h""tlufuIIHlIll6 l l re-orf, Miinleird \\illi.iu Ax.Coi.nir.u A hard right "a-1I1'11.l in winchJ"0 '< there i* bl.I'J"ltUlt. MTVICon 11I.irt .tl tlm'ralf and doenot dry up 't\

i \ the f ftliroat' with a niter and more h"'llthfnll.Jj.nntl. S.I'.. :{:11.-\ :: ) lio.vrwere kiil-tl.;: Th'- Chinese of the \\ 111 T.I"llJ.I ..m. 'he .C cttii'iis but clMiiges them to '

t U.V.. .\. 1 1'\h'U1'' .' than 'an !hI' found nt more : April party troops won biviiUM. biter armed lusty :ainl the Soutbi' ru \\ ..\ Thi 4 .+tural awl) l.ealtby" cti.uiu'tfr e

thin butt the -oalled :Northern of ur,:n' wonu'n, r-'tiiram,: from shun! -- -- l I I! i" d-claml t-i lie th- n-,u1'! nf tinike Ely\Brllth.rWarn n St.. X. Y '

I siinnn, reportMr. -. rsniiilay.toppttl: the house of 11'jar' Killed the Inlrf.! i iI i >rf relrgr.ipb opera tors "'..1 ci'!npontt.:

u. 14' at 'I""dttl walewior. Cnrl Mutter family havsmoved I! enn'e) from cin/.eiis ofV.i -U .villit'lvdc -, \\llf.\ot Me 1'rg rratrl!. :
1..'I.'r to talk.! Sat; lixvi-r and l Ctrne D.-TIMN ALi Apnl.J.\ 1' I'-llu :, r
i '" .>. bttlublu; down th-re lor the jiunmr.ind lia It into m-l 1 iu whichev : Odlsbom Aluiiiarleaiiil\: N..1..lprrl :: :'
got a q of this city shot; and killed 'mIla. ( II.--rr
>! sy". are doinicie! t at \VoodIand 11t'1''j j jnamed I Ulen .
took Hoes. Alpiuo.
'r.llo"I"f wu'tien part. uses 1lldl'ntlnatintn.e .
prvM.'iit .st
viiij. I I..-e Johnson :Saturday: I.
; i Tii-conimK'ioii d'-cided
I Ni
usul the that uiht'j no-
andticks were m tight
I ::1III' Nliil's\. Mr. C. II. Liney and have'taken ': .. "frt master Charles P. lVr on, whO is short : .
family : followed and! l'"rlll'i.Lt! was killed John WI!": attempting to rob ti ton the tf-le,;rapb aud nlil.J'i com-

... & Live Olk bv having her nerk rut with an II\:. Th smokehouse and when dIver h.. advaueed ;>;iii.'s[ with the rtsnft| aliW'\ .to over $:JtOO in his aivountwill not duo ..
\\ ".: I.hht. .\. M-..r; and) family have IS.HI/.T woman who committed th 0:1 Folks in a tlireatouing: man- ; rontlltints U- mad>* at i,u-(-. S. L' J'too.l Pier*m r'-tnnn-d h'IIf late on

\ loan -.n.J Mr.J! Oo'alh t..k"ii 14 iv Viw ('.)ft.I-; crime, has fled. lit f with a lair of iron in his band. Higi-rsut thewiiumissi'in says the (..uti'iiis :uh1rlyld rfgnwl! the judgment papers .1' .

.1 t were unitnl in in i)rat Mr. M. Jo:. Clark is boarding wi hMr. Folks' fired three -hor. two taking f>f..t. must bf reopened: that the "- ot his 11.IIomtll. their .

.n!!/ the r..41.I\ : *. Anon.There 31iIerGet.: Ten Veurs.XW ..the Lit one g.iing throngii! the ncgro'i"; ..t the ,ati' .n> i is working t c'lloilj'I G-'.ti'll t I. mg an tutu! rran'-e held Ira i ;r,1
Nurmiin, 4U I:*..t are imnierom other fimilieiroing I'lrrtu's moth'
:tolltlianl F. heart produiug iu-tait -hipjM-r*. as no i rei de- ti-ust hy r.
.-t R.-vV.. K.:: Mcllti I to moor d|iwn there" and everypll Tolix. April I j livened at the closed stunonsThe \o I __

.- Kirt rr -byteUtllllf. .,.'ewillbHlleJ.. :Miller, manager < f "the I'ranklin.T1) Lear Kud: CoIlMon. -_ I'Ioinll>ur>tIn'uie Ir o. '. .. ..

Pl l > r \\ tI arc glad| ,.I..t> the IIMVP in dicat-." who was recently c-onvictwfl o1! NEW ORLE.txApril :W.-The southbound anci tits b.Hpet tat rhi-u sox: .\STIXIO. Tex., Apnl :ISO.-Meagermforuiatioa
oO <',ard.*. apt,1) only rilfn I- this direction a< it t-n'ibles: win to.xtiJ / '
lias ben snttncedtfI the work of cltn
Linvny. wa a > -ceived
grand tram from 1..Ili-1 ii early this morning
.., Chicago, due here at
<>u Mntumi
I, >- ten year iniprisonmetit.) within a man. Any one who Im-, from Hondo Ms' that r '
..II.. re..>rtml at the ame: time for trial and of *>eding- ;:a0; o'clock: this wording. and a freight x., Ill\lt. great :
new -tay
a pric
iii, of }IL?. :Xnrm'in l ive1)11)1 the pi.-'iiir.of beitlr; with WITdcnie! : iuthlvtund, \\ cn mix"! l npiu had an attack of sciatic or tntlitninatory damage wa dine I by a cloudburst v. .S

.I."or..ttcd for thf
t.. !h 'PP' YOIIUI Cnuplt'elrjraut hv the w'.iv; krrpth." :: ,"'..r'4 and t\ t'P" ;' ou .h'I'..It' The total mime north of Canton Mi-s., ,\t 4 u'rlrrk the intlrti.n' J'dPinonHC'f'nou h t< min.v.'rl' bdly ftd.l 1. ,

'. \\'ro.llJui butcher s HH< at hornT! e '!lummyline -pcareil by the coiic-Tn wasabmt >l 1. this I'lornmg.; Then. IH'r end mail warrant the l'llef. haneve: .t! ned the 1
by .
lIklll. are to be ( coiuratul 1 ilerfc are reported killed I '. ; Ir"Illlt. t
000,000 b chinned that ( I.
r.tnony a ilplt'udld on their "pint. -.-.--. "f'1 'h'lfIb'rlai, 11AnjMcrt.1pnl> \ .''*' -The president .
Pain Balm would et-t .
r w' IIftr..,.!. Hiniartl'r Iron \erieWas WilES: S.\Tl'Ia: n>'i- has .si niii the Hawaiian ; i 1i
hut it will cure r"uti.l.! air I ; Lit .
Hillhrd arc at horn Il .I\I..llIi. Leg:;
the re-ult of hishealth. splendid\ Need n itance it tiny b*> b-t to hindred* bear te-tinI'.ny to th 1O OTKK; A cols IN o\K IHVj .
'i' new ,Te51den e oheel. 1'.1.1) uifi render it
promptly. but one should truth of this toe
lnd will and! tate'I"II.) nptd '
-' <>tjiitablt> tremendous j la.II.atlv. Hromotlwoin' Tablrti.All *. 1
-uilrretl iiitciisely\ for .ix month. remember to u"een the moat perfect (cation relieves the pun.. and thi I 1'11"1- .lunc the mmn-v if It fall to .1 .

.. K..y wroth: TKKTHw with
W\J",1I WII" ley.; but writer th it Kiicklen'! Arnica: where :Momach. Liver. Kidneys and The best and mot simple and gentle worth many times i's at.rt.1 For -.)1. I *OI.! : :. r

auythiu %* niiTcLI -.ilv.. whops cured it iu ten day. Bowels are out "f order jf you remedy is; the Syrup Figs, manufactured by Ilinnah'lJro*., I'I I : ut'i! Palafostreet. > Mackerel whole codfish .Y '
e '
evtri For I'lcer-, Wound*. Hum*. I5oil; want these qualities: and th ?ucc ..,; by California Fig syrup .

Pain or Pileit's the lest alve in they brim. use Dr. King's New Life Co. Fulton Market corned

.' %td+twear .CA!* at the world. Cure jruiranteed.: Only Pills. They develop every lower of ROc j J. I. Stephens has a large assort- beef and mince meat at H. 1'1"t

-"Otto, bt".luuin;... tc. S'>:SJby \V..l. D'AUrnberte. brain and body. Only :25c at W. A.D'lemberte's &e0.3FLT mont ..of Fild Hterlin Silver anr MulWX 400 RAUhT> li- :-.r .
It !
.1 I <
iv llrubt. drug store. SCREENS. R.);ere Kvs! Fork? and t;ioL' fox street. Phone 213. I .

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Tfl ?PYITI? PEOPLE OF THE DAY. gaged upon the apparatus. Rope dim t:

ElteTIO IU li>; was one of the exercises. Froiani's Ohas XL. Turner :

PelLani Arcliihall ..-. In tie timbers: of the roof 40 feet
Ilenry I' :::!3?!1
Pilhaui-Clintou.: the! duke: ofiwcas: above tLe: ;:I'CUlIIrl1's were suspend : T

tie is making a visit to the ed. and up these the cadets climbed,
; fnited..
I Demand For Choice: by Direct: :ates.1'hle! the duke couir'5 over tsluj: : only their h: nis! to rave and 10ARCHITECT.* f fAND \

I theuisches. l'n'l'itl.'ut Diaz!
Vote of the People. : primarily! < n business Le will taLe the .
and Km! as-sador Clayton Kx'ked on fora x
opportunity ofisii; :;: .H'\ ,'rai of theleadin
'\\' luoiLccf. and then to the astontin.nt -
; cities of the eoiintr.sceim. : '
of the! American, the proulen'tc
4v t 3f \() ACTION LIKELY: THIS SI !1OS. '!" eights studying comn.erc-ial af- Mexiio t>tnpiitd' off Lis coat took General Contractor 1 Ii'oo

hold of one (.: t!,... ropes and went up. ,
I 4DrgE : Land over l.aad. to the top as nimblyas
A ( liaufce tight Itrlns Aljont Fro- '' .
f Is JJ purtioual lepre.rutattua-Sure of any of tl.e P.aildir.. Repair:!.':. M.i-it-l; at.d Grate Setting Plumb; :. .

rI lirrr-fonrtli of tar fciatrk liequirrd THE TURF REVIEW. .s.ui Cia> Flttiue' f c

w .,.
I lu ( hanue ( u".titutiuu.WA"IlIXIiTOX. .

>Iay 1. -ljycs.JTLe : : A r.iatb between Pray tell! COO1-, A Complete Plumbing Department ur ;. J tveManagement

and Uuby. 2.11't. Is on the card.
election of sica;.-"D by iluvuote '' + of E. B. Morey. n
Nearly H I.tUO! In purses will! be
of the i.t-opii- ( a su'ttct! is I I
' cuiitluuUly agitated :1111 tioiu to hung up for the tatters !In France this:, f> Arri-ti I>.--]'-i>. fatiintt"a. PIai- :and Specific

tr I'Unit. the house pas a u oljtlon ] jesrDirectly. in; of All! Kiml 1' -''-enaiKl on Miort X"tice.O .'

always considered a sma'lr.crse. :
prox.'iup' : for an to the f -A Lirjt .u.d Carefully elece'l Stack of FnifI!1. : '
stands l.'i.o hands bil1l1DJ\'I' the
ACTS GENTLY ON THE const it ut ion to lirlii: ai.out result.Mich : iliii-- .if All Kin.-. Hath Tub-, Clo.e! : and Household \j; t'

a lesolutiou luu-t pa-S the s, uatcby spirit 1..1. Hot \\'atrrttd: Has Fixturt'I

I KIDNEYS LIVER a nud theie is i>ojetu live of the! get <:Astell Lave been

a majority of tinMiiate l ill f.uoruf OF xEwcAsmE.fairs sold for nearly $:M.I4l) during; the last No. 19 S. Palafox St. :: Telephone Xi). 34 1 :

the ih.iuse, so it I is iLiposslbU' and atten-lai:; social functions arranged four months. ,
j AND for t:'e usoiuiiou tj gat faitUr tiian' in Lib honor. The duke is :IS: Maiutt> clubs and l'l't..lways are tt-' --

thr(+u;;:h the hoU-e. 'n.. ..,' is 'll1i:,' :i years of are and Las sme-1 ill l.rniajtMij's lug a peat, dt-r.l to create a demand for -- -

i CLEAN5E5 THE 5Y57EMevi I deui.-uid in Kuiii.v ",.'Ii\'ll" of tin- country army with the Ninth: lancers the li;;Lt hll'Ut'sq.OrH'.

for this il.uiiirc. and :; i of the -{."1'states lie retired from the MTU'e in Star I'obll'r1;\ be trained! again

f S ; EFFECTUALLY I ihroiiL'li their l.-M: I-itures have I 1SSO.: The duke has served several this jear. :II.,!. according! to the superinteDdcLt !

ISp CiO OS A ES ilsketl for it. lu j-oiae ,tarts the deuaud terms cu the tendon school 1-oanl and of the Two Minute farm, he Citizens National Ban 1'S

ER has become so ;:nat that not takes a great irterest in public affairs \ill be able to put In a few tulles close

nly numbers! nf the house but tin' lie owns a large estate inch:.!- to tis record.

OYERCOMES7711 I enatoi.s.s n< well are im-inimous! for the Inj; a country place] at Clumber I' Harry Stinson says that Le now bathe ;

3 CONSTIPATION i (.!t:1U::... Kwbt senatorial! ,.lections. \ >. beat 2'j-I'ar-c..ltlln his stable that he OF PKXHACOIA. 1.I';

"ABITUAI the failure ef come lI'd i-Ialures to elect ever drew a rein over. The young; >ter ,
and the absolute ii-riaiuty; in sueh4m4 !niter riatt an \\orkrr..
PERMANENTLY is AshlandVilUes.: of the
by 2.17'i. out
L. 1'L
1 "lIalur PlatL said a iltiarnuntofficial GREEN JOHN F.l'f1II'FIl'.n.JDIT : :
GET : : that appointees of governors will dam of Suulacd Iklle[ L'Os'i.Ninety I _
ntS : '
BEHtF j I nut bo s,':itcil sit .i AFFECTS. acres of laud Lave been Fl'cur..1 T. E. WELLKx: R. )f. !
desiral.le. and for this n'i'"!! mon' CUT saw. and I have IM-I-U in VlC -PsE. -
within three miles! of lakewood IPnXT.T. .\S'T. t \ _
1 life I. ;:i\in to t!b' iiroposiiioii thanheretofore. this department. for many: jears. Ijtween -
THE GeMVlnt-MAtt'f o ex N. J.. upon which! a splendid! trotting
: Tor the present it will end f-e>: track will:! lv built this summer. Nathan i I !
4i LIM NIA JIG tS rPC.rqr. I in discussion\ probably some spenliesiMlnr ators and rcpiesetitaiivcs uexer cameto
:Straus of New York !is the Instigator E WELLVM.. Fl HER. RIX M. 1.( : .
made by senators; hilt it i I" d >u' t- Washington.! They attend to all J
w vo of the eLterpn if E. E. Saunders & Co. ,
: fug If a rote !Is reached on the preposition their business! by rorrespondencp. half
3 1 let uu n.u IlgyfGPS Feu sx ht sashTHE the tinge failiiu' to James A. Murphy" once owner cf JOHV F. PFEIFFKR: l1OI\i: : \, rtI
at this session. accomplish :11I"I .
i hill'IIII"I' 1'l.itt never ilocs that! Star Pointer.! 1..V.H.: will visit New )
- -
Utiflt It MlRlit Lend To. : York with his cracK team. Pred H, DI
I "lie
('UIII10: Washington
: once a
1 ba\e it "iisRtcsu-d. said Senator
DEACON. s'eu J-H"1 and Molilian. :!.1"'':. and will attempt
week sOIlll'lilJll'iwil'l'. au Burine Tran.tie't
t Banking
-- IHIKW"tLat lu case the senatedM ** ; d
i ('om's'ltl1 many iii.ittois to attend to to win the title of championteam UIDI
Dli-hop Itovrranu said recently that he : not ad uiMin tlio piopositioii far
for constituent. lie does not think he of the Speedway.Biroa :: .
bid lut-n ill the iir.iostry: 41 years uuJ the Icition\ of senators by dirott rate fitl

: Lad all that nine beea tat buoy to take! a of the people; there! should be :t convention is too importaut or ton big; a tlIl'tllal \ViIkes. :!.1'. again! heads the \' tz.t.' i..1 .1.t\t't'hf is! Handled un Favorable 'l'e *'). r .
. list of sires.! Ills have :
week'aeuiinu.. toi!'it the departments in behalf of winning produie .
; called to lc\ the 1'\Ju.titu- .
I. Tlie tuinl rii
i CUHMian .n.i<'tit-a Join, fur i it Is Mi! [>ii>io:; lion ":!lall ate the comp.lanoa. of the American imports-; ;::, ,.
; tioii
those who are maUiii! ; the sI1::::< < At'i:1ed To.SOLICITED. :
.ien "j.rkb 11,110 last >\:1 r. and the Unit if sr.< h a coiivuitiou i should be tiling that he personally takes I:". He man. >_'..I-t Ills nearest competitor .
[ti tidal n.llir"I"t' win .".I.-I:). Theiewr goes floin one dcpaitmciit to another is Wilion. whose pet won 'J1tlrirlnK :.Il.
caMcd! it would I be .
.. neecssjnily npresetitathe '
..1.-->. f.-l.s.! "lIb MMU pipits.uhd and makes a strong pn'!'entatioii ..t t3O J1-TS :
\ in chaiactcr and that the 4: ttin.
: the uioi:.tiuv the year uua (It. 'I every matter lie is aaktl to look out the HoK'.p."The t
big states wlln:.) lotitrol Of eour .
M3.0Ti .
for. I. ,;-,' i Is af.rtiritt! the trnrr.

The Kri. Its St 11.1"r A. Jhl ay nhLai -. it was well understood when: the conMitrlioii "There! are ninny men In puBic life: The auil.ime n.nst be dismissed asjuickly r:: ..' ,,
> lieeu ci-ileil MeM.lei.t nf SU'lltlefi.l I' i was foiuicd that the states as tuwvil.Ic.y! fa' 1 .1TUr I
who en idor this kind cf work Lenoath .
(-.. !,'ce at 1'i'iKi Alton. 111*.. is a d.KI I.- i were t', Lave e pual repn stntatioii in' "All! ri=ht." replied the manager. "Say -' t.... olIII

txl.irt tut Ills un>lier'd! aide of U'. : I rotaries to look: after rUlill'sts.Ir' \ ; It 9'
lie is a criiJuati-( the t'w, PhilaJilj'hia North .\mcl cau. .ft..i \. tt- ,
.. Ic' IMreser\ l to the states hjliaviivz ia of d .. _, ._' .... "J.. r t
"ttllt-ilIS. Cases men
the !
uf Umhe-ler ( Kitntir
Ti>itj :11I.I i
tie: elei tine! rf S\' Iltllr" 1 iy: the'es (llat
TUtHilo/ut| ",'min:,.>. power or influence in the state. S'-n- CVl.l; I) A IStAMMJ 1 KUi:.

A Ii.t.1' Kuiue ..f AUijn.r La> lni-n 1t. : :! Iat'irs. Now if 1h.t: part1'1',' ator Platt i is a hard r.ul successful "I Lad a bad rennin? ore (Ill mv i\7/7/7/ 1 nrrn i jiMunnv !

TittJ I) t'uin! hI i-i 1(1 of Caiiteibur) .lo be changed; and "IIIt.H'S1'1'1'. 1'I..t. ;\'olk'I'-WflshltiKton tnr.Muiiie1 brea-t for over a yeaat*' :! Hf-rrv i ismm: wmi l if f WEST I fUmv} t ::
"I ht1l' bie.m *
people, : ;3 rttat
loW III)."',1 by the ,MCieiarv tIt the n'a(1'al.l. I II. Rici.ardofViPfeyiH': N. V .

I .. Statly Tor tlie 11'upaati"u: oft lives. oC, the pcoj.l' tat!.. r than tLeta' "Ki.d tn,-da
tic (io>;-el to j':-rash the i>|)ieuiiiK; fccrnwa Is it not tutiiely! piobable : Pithing Stattsrato.The | stt

in $t. Paul'* .-.IIIl\-II'II. I
of that bc.ielj u'anU! ucur .< Sl.>i"l.* sboliM I.,' poH'oIitil| : iinonl'ly to that slll'lIlId s-oii of :M.i.' 'if. Sii 11.),. I wit. pt-rintly cur...d. I can r r+ ., ACI.F\\; i.FASTEJ i.' "

in JIT;. _' : t.. popnhiMon an.I the |1.,1.> of liter William P. 1 'r.\e- "I lJtU fur tl.ises.ion not n commend it too highly, anri r I : ; .MORN! I saJi
t I
to cud. he eoi'lltled! to a S'.iecc's the
the slates have not IIIII.1111'. right; to will npv r he without jt ill nou&e.. .J--2 1

HOUSEHOLD HIN T o. rule for senaiois. but l.a\e tLiirote rl'l'l"'r/ith. the otl.rr iay. "'ii \\'. A. D'Alemberte.CONGftISSIONAL. is an eay to f

-- whin :'II> e't eouut fur aUUHU as order to begin my vacation: in tieoods. -- -- ----------- --- -- + fJ your linen lias b-eu dom i tl

To c'caa a *i>:ite will srind half: a tea the v1 t( s of the pio-ile Ll thi si..allersfius ;\ ." Uon''.:n jj and ti-iug iii'"' 1i"'Julj' CONX'KM lOX .4. :t\ I ., peifct methods, at such I .\ to
cupful of tlinni Ii it. anJ! all!1 Jcl'iu.It : _
IIIr l"e : -
It seems to me tLiit I ., lal''r"Iat.s ; /: .' I .
I as we renovate thirtt"
t''ill br rcmmeil.A t'..rllie First, District fiot
trace cf igt I i is one of the ihilit'3 of 11'1! ; pi.tmesqiic ConKrpshiiinal \ '
world insist upon the! lisht.ainl. '
Brca-v spat on vchct may l'e rernoAeil statesman t.) act asue pivsIdcnt < all for n tirniniTatlr eonApntion of the I t cutfat. lireproachab'e I :
Lavinc! : : s<( un:<"u lariri-r: representation : nrl 'omn"'wlIlIl dlhrll'l of the slats of .
by "imiiu; a little tuipentiiie! IIUt' as well! as M'liator. lie Las wor.a ,+ be -and cheapest wax t> -
{ 4
Hori-'a. lo be hH'l-U I loridit.WV II'
ill the coinci.ticii 11:11: the smaller
the pot.. tlni niMnii!! it quickly with; a icii'itaiioa: fur fairness.! .1 divnin; aTalulity .1. f'aayllaranh.A.1).It'o.. r e+ ward sign, of being .1 i _. \.
pict.r tlf clean dry ti.iniiel. tales wov.ld be able 1.1 canv it Tin ortnocrrttic party 01 the tint congreskioinl r.- / I4
i and hard common !" ,'U" '. district of llirMate n( Fu'nda.'lll ; --t' T1 'Ilw' mo?tml careless ur.t, w I'
1 1t .hrouh.!
If tlie color of a fabric has lieen chaiii- I : .. ..
is uo.e aina-o-icI.aMe. ii'iiu- "'- hold rongi .Moi al coi.\ -nllan ai 'lallR- ::.-' '
(-J or destroyed by nil ncid. ammonia will i .\, One to I'ur.r. ; h i-ti. on \Vfdne6rfar, :MHV :( iitii ai l. .., uteri wltelll-tuudn'I w-
neutralize tl u' effect of the :neid l and "It will l.c icin 'm'.Mied.: l eoutluuedS.'ii.tor 1 t 1 -tilted 1 I in his; oil'n-ial I 1 IVas! < f i p:' -i"- a' o'vioi k l IlN,n. for Ihepurposxcf ooniinntlii.;; ..... -- {', itch priers iis at the! > I.. ..'.
tne. II,- lives must 'l"InnrraI.ilb at a iniiiildate for ,'un :n'- from mill, dl U" (I ..- 1 :.---
Uorofuriii applied oftl'r"arJliIl br.n; I Iti-jM-w, that wheit the: s.llolrepeal Inlh..llty-brtenthrongrea.04 the I'nitnlM --- 1 .--!I-'Nhirt'\VMIALL -: 11
t. lurk the original tint. was 1111.kl' " 1.1':[Hoii there oie of'a W.isiiii"toii's! : 2y nM! 1I'I)>-ifl- te to h. voted form the ne\t elwliot, 'e _........,

.\ few dreps: of nlcohol mUcj; with a': was a eat damor. made iMt-ause the ilit are'aily: lviipM-inn| and to. in-.>-n-l suoh olber I'UMin-i--. um. ..
liptnrt d --- -- -
. rut
c.m. 'u teal lea.11'rd'arrcotcnuntlesllllhrdl
!' little olive oil iu the proportion of two I s. tutors flom the. silver states Vile nun:I the f:, hi..lllhl'I'u.h! of ii-idein tr't "ill "

and half of oil to half nlvltol with the uliKU.UMinie I end di'lvitHifs! to 11"'I'UII.lIlIon WORK C. O. D.
a parts n part pn'\eui\ny\ the passagt: : of that loll. ;.ot I. t:"'1"\' uiatiotii.v : up II It";
ii It tn'ttiT inixtnro with which to olltiwini I-I-.r rrprfseiitalK n: I 'lie det-
$1 < :Mis. 1-e nn-ets "thefolks
I Ti-iie after time it was ass:'M, d thatrtl:1tars 1'satrtur.-" Im'cleKHsl' for II:.. Cal iliilaie f1.EPHCNE :lrtY't1'JtDr
rub l'o\,1 tables than the plan oil. v'ieji"tr 114. zi E. GARDEN S7
; lass from tlowu 1"'l'tIIII'W:1J"1 forcongrtst: lu bald C.Kirict at tLilei -
< Thf alcohol ruts and takes oft any grease, I represiiittuK: : 41I4'- tifin fur v.inur.-t&tiknn bred in |s:.;. .n:o < nnik'ltloiiBl !
n.itloa's; ; FOR
theyi>:t I.tl1. AND DELIVERED
dust nitling staid rUIn the populaiioii! wue bolbn;: up n.lfful' the frHdioii in neeHiiTfi --
or i Hind In one loom. where only the e'msi'n ,! ben It amount to Bftj' or Ill.-..... :
i"gblatinn''hall's. by.cii- INGRAHAM
.. Manager
Tberi'iiiiittrr> 8h..IIIII.!! c Science ha" found tint tliium- \ .ili'l" lopsv-ciitni;: more than three- few can enter l.o kei-ps same of the n ( here the \ot.. !or 1011ercvMiiail a

ti! m ii caused by uric ae.M; in the l: fouths of tilt iHipnlatioii. t'ouii-ari- thirst uuns and l.hilg tackle! ia Amer wa 11I'r..a-.ot HI tLe elf-ction! !
I-;" ia any count). Ibe couitle, ill .1-r Thi !ttoi-ou slio-'l 1 be t>\ I Ioreted -ous would! be made I bo w 44I4'V lea.-:Success.I'MI.lent. ibi rule 'ell: betiaitliu to rt'prtH'hh.UIJII ESTABLISHED 1883. I:
by tliekidn" !'. :\'.. rh..IJln'l- tulkws:
y as :
I Yolk with more than ii.( | tim with h":ipiv| k'dnevs u.iv'c Calhoun ... .. .. 4ICitru I ( .. ;.
aud N, va.lai1 Ii alto-it n: <"Ni. ea< hfiVnl Uhn11 Rl_lil.
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KinxKV ( ;' RI: ultra 11* m ike< tl.oin peIMutn II 13'catnbinI''rxnkhn. I! MCKENZIE
ill the senate mil it would be -\PI"'IICIS| ef the recent rumor: that ... ... xllernniulo ..oId..n OERTING & CO.DEtLEK : '
rll. \V. .\ IVAleiuberto. ... ,
2Jlrttvrwn lull Jrouh
: iIlnluwb i
pointed tint that the vote of one man Prt'"i.klllia'. of ll'xk":1"! failing;
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!in Nevada as now represented in the: in health l'iiili-.ador Powell "la, t"l1 iv ,, LsFayrttr :1 a l'or ( '

senate was (''|11:11: to 1::\ in Nw \oI k. while !i'l Wl ii'i2t'H! : told 1 pt<>.} story.Slioitly I,ee I'' I,...mLy
.... . .
1+ ; I fr'JrPeppernllut The hirji-'r: s'litcs woiiM: di'inand enializnliiii ,- before he rfarteil from the Miiintee: :i Moiiroo -IHnco Ship Chw Marry and General Har-drnare. I

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i if there was to be a 1t'\'I" un.1' City 1'( Mexico! Central 'Cla\toi iliued 4 fWakulie ( 1
i-Ki.ta II'Mt 7 lav lor .... "
Cream Wa'ers, an aftfrdicurr \', would, probably see a change al- at the Mexican'htte II<)use. the raslle TjWa'tou I : . .. n ft'W ,V>'J> ties ". \r.\fox bTKKKT.REVT.KE }

dainty. Ask jour dealer low'n! ? ,'a"h *tat! our ''.!latllr and nth of rjiapultepcc. After il.nner: the tta' .hmgutl ..:.t.. \
1 lie rou tics will lift theirdi-li-Eites
in ---- """ __, _
f-'r them. .>rs In proponi'i'i to their! Hipulation. Amerieji'i einlia-s-idor\ txpressiI l an iu- any manner lilrb mar Le n 11'"). red 11..1 .G-ErrOY :

'I'lie rivll: would be a setl.lie of aboutl tenst ill the military academy\ of Meieo. \- lij 'tI,.- pt"laraeII4)ylbrol'gtiIti. I.Rrty..r.gHlIIl..lldll : CnrPEK Cf\PAXY.JOHN A. RORRLIVO -' 'I' : 1

The nicest and most .-;!yl- :! i me;'ibrr! *. in !li,1t the rnialler whii-h adjrtinthe! oiticial re-idencc .>loiial ronvrnilnn.> itg nvi.4iil7Kl All by the lf nioerats last cmivre nreIlivitect ( .Hl.VAXI7.KDVkF. HOPE, A. RCS4EL&FON'! ,I, PI V -

ish line of rugs anti 1/lal-1 !,I'irecrtates tat"s' .) bue such one It'pn.'I-t.tatiotl"motor and the as -,' I'reaideiit Kiaz. Ai:,it was su' !part hsr"ntr to thereto pHrilrlpiKe iimliliKl Inrlrihiw In lu the tote viei-uoii hiss since uln the otilelriiatfa < "Win. .r..oc. ?,lj.! lt'S.Q'{ ;f..cj) I lP.iirC..M"...GS. CII11s, ttttff. nJ' S { I I

tings crcr exhibited in 7V//- 1 they now Ita\'. in 'the !h ruI.." ?\':A"" lftt' elet-tion., COVI'ES.! f/lG*. KTC
1 bt' 'h'urllltI""r.tI 'r..lllf.1. rol'l lirounty (

sacola, at Marxian $ rand In \oina.h' ; ;;;jli> ; com'''ntunnhridforthepurp(1. ''' t f,,'eiectinz (' 'jrI! +et".!ie .'rth 'r 'Ictiti! {: A,"lIt for IJir Pint! P.:, '.' .. [ j
uuor liijH-w! ii l not (mtinn> his tielepatei I"th. art .uIIIH.'II' ""11' fi t'i"n.
4'4 \ \eMlon are requr.l"d to end t"V.. |;
Fin ch sli*furniture houss. .1 CI't'Pt: t.) if IO,!!"M! si'ii'.iciice. wliichs J.fll ""IHr.'n"o.11111 rlllll II. 'iHini.n.. hioridH, ueiipr \ ,

lat any : l.klkinri: 10 n ,iinstitutlonsl ; u printed cope ol the Jlr.-di'\!. m '
;f i>f tturti lnuntyrual.atlon..Itgela.r'Iihx ": & "' "
convmtiiii for the purii-i of i L:M ".rlllt' nlt".sur (Ibe mint* rar'tl'.ar l. ". Io'r. ..tFrIJ/q.: :: l ,: 111U'I\G I CHICHESTCH'S ENC.
Cigars arethe .oinnu _e.1Q wbicti _h..ul.i '!'f ,1o"I\h.'I itin. t FILLS :
:'I''i"n:: : the constitution ..:1 the stibJMtf ... ) I I. ,'I1IJlrJHlJlllLull ....'."' .> t\ of -111'11 e'I' ::imi' :\1\. N"rl1t 1"hl'r.. I ENRYROYAL

finest G centmolo 'I the ettioii! of United :States,, setia'ors. I' .et. \\ |; II. M.. H .IN. '' .J, l\ a.laln.I. ...i ntel.
\:!SS t\TLErF M. IIE.t': [. .. t I .
/ them at D'.ALlberte's. uir.iiliil with the piojmsiti-m t'> -" : I ItiO (i .11'a.. 1.1" i !'i '1-tn I .;.'II. 4J44UIitIt I '
Try '
.r..t \' ... '
f '" MISSION: PKGGIO( : Assiiiar.t. : : ;:>'JC _1' tf I. ,
,'! ,' the! htutiou in the .,-;t- ,
WII:: rept M .JoO << ..., ". \, I .1
.. 7i Tt jltur.. ichll r.n I r'nun. 11'\>'11' [ S. *\M lB. rri.". -"itl.tiw
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wo.M'e I. ; .
wouid I nut III/ .
ate, n iaa lat ;; .
J."ft -iiix.oliiiur: II" )I.. "L (r II.
: im : i .
fi ; :' 1, : blaad"IOI.I I i! ,n |.ftr ? -
!: ,1,111Tlw on-niti.tiot pravMes.auo'm : \ 'C' ", .
ol '
o As"'on1'A.: ; ot'.Kr ihin<. that it can l..- ..,-......'---::..=::-- \ ---.::., 1FVOR1TEPlace I I .-V ._- '} I ,rx "_ll !I" "I."

MNthft" ," : I. ,j / HT -AS1tS: 3 .1 elailwl mIl:1,. \' of ihve-fi.urtiis .:-::--.:==> .f. \ =-- ..I,. .';,.;:--..; I TUE[ f u D rr: \i\\ 1111\' bEER !' : .I. ': .a'. II... .

/Y..L$ :! : 'f t'se! sraus. Tb- ualler s-tats wouM'v I: Jt :' ,'; t!'>

c.d"oly' j.. UColt..t :: fiUbn;: nouvh howua they were ... .J ; ' '>JIn \ 'iii: .'rp ;. ;: "f
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when the w::, tutloa was firmed, to .
"- :' :,p. i J: For Pen acoa)
I.\'LL'.r)'. |.ie\ir.t any a. ti.iii which! would reiliice / ''- .:- .;J' Ir rfei I,

ti eir represeatation tn the ", 'uat.!. ( f : .. "}l/ Buyers to: Buy Tliesfl tiny C-;. I

and !if tin itta p.ojMisitiolis were coupled to Ualsam cf <

t.f':3 :r I, tojeth'-r t> whole weul fail. Of) .' -) C"hens and TJ (1
"j .
'k r s f If \, I I4Jf I .' it !is hurt( ; tikty: that ihie"fourths .7... -..rrrrnrxT,, Choice Family J i1ry care is 4$ I .-.../

)ri ll : nf the s.ites n.i!::ht lute for same d.cearh: w"::. -
the Kvt'oi: of tutors by dire< i vote, l'I.\l 'meetSJtDSYALt r *
jre: <:tM. and the pr '*iiieat conducted !IIi
but at Pie slliHtime the senate will '
1',., C5r *"1f III l, Mnntijoiiivijr: anBirmtnv'li -'' not font to it. and the matter rail guest to the academy. Among; other GROCERIESIS ---

t1h. ,' M y' If (]1'p:1rlmrIlB'Ioih'! ,) was the ;pyuma- Kndi .,1 I t' i i '+ t1 CURE: TCL"st"
never brou;l.t before the IH'oll?: >r-' by ili! !rian* <- tm per

C. trariui>; L nu>u depot a. 10: ,\) i u j unless t\\"l>-llJitls of the senate I i.s willlas. : slum. It happtned to Le the hour ofexcrete iiivJJ'- .tb-."ate ft- from tdul- i', ..

rti'ubr .'.1-,.,...;:.., rn111. 1. c Gd The idea as l understand it. fora and mauy cadets were-tn- AT- ,riit-ii., N uu. .. .
'_ rouua trip: .1'c ,la tn (5r.--ii
f Till: JiUt; to M.MI tfein-ry, $:L'l"!: constitutional COM'('utioii. to which; Unable to Work. The Well-Known, Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, ?.n-as Iii
I .4IEiI'I CAiv'u" .
Senator l>cpe\v atludt d. is one to be '
to Kiriuinghum. $:101 l-'roiii lieu I ...I.' b. I.' -'
KMUoent .*.iii.1'& .iac"li. F'fflnl! ailed by the piup'e' Iht'I\ ...l'ln'.ith. Cha?, Replogle of Atwater. O. Up-tc-Date Store PKNSAt'OLA.fry .

Milton *i ri* -xirA. Al ..Xe'U- out waHinjr; for any action |Iy ,(>utres was unable to work on aee"'int ( fkidney I s I
tronble. After urine -'nLF.\ s It. On TaD a' Ml Sslco s.
MCUlM) Will 11\1' ;..1 opp'irtunU} II' ) < and that the reuiodolid rori.ti- -OFHEHTZ -
KIDNEY CfRK four dll'he -
ping t-> lrt't-l'kj. :\l.i t'II:111 excur- I tution. that of it wa
j or Portion providingfor : .
tinon t" cured. W. A. IV AIembPrte.Confectionery ,. a. .,. .,,-.rJ._. vim-------'-"'-'",
'Iii111.. l\.nte- the election of senators by ,lir.c.tTllh"
I Trail? Mark l' IIK<(
de.lrlu< .l-l'jH-r '> & GO SUBSBCRIE

anent n> tm-. Pnrctid< tick.t at as to make it Imperative upon the i i ,; TOOTHACHE, EARACHE --1'1Tn --
ticket atlir. Tlikelji Koodforthiee
senate to accept it. Prolmbly tho e /tIrJ and NEURALGIA
day t,i itftutn i'n any re / pt- .
train.cur further iuformu- who are urzin: this! Lave not thous'.t t =?, i-1' : In a n.. m(> nil dnvs'jtj oTlieTII.o
reugrr :: NW1
r # (o-120.122- l AI IL y
:reu itplt to I InIlKr.II of the matter in the other HjrU:; which\ ; O 5 : Medical t o. !

\(J or !I would mean Its defeat. in 10. :SI!I) and 30 c'I't E. Government Street, r" + :-.r. nJ"ar sTork
P.THOMAS. \RTtint w. DUNS. boxe Try them. All! desltrt'" S1 for Pi._..t II I '
Prrl*aco1a. TELEPHONE 261. : OnlY T"ti Ir
I Try TH. EWa .. .ht ca. mL. them. i:i I II I


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FEAR AND DEATH. the and flower nut brow' Itself hair.with" her bluebell. eyes PERSONALITIES. BRITON AND BOER. HEINSERG f BROS.ij .Ul S >

It .An: .!,'ttml tr1.'PTF.1 tS* Kit' "\7ho was this other?" ventured to Ex-Governor Ilufus rOo Bullock of Instead of a "wa'.l. :" ver" General I Roberts WI 7J HoI r ij : j :

"11"vr ir..ny .i't: thou ask: after a pause. Georgia: recently served as foreman of is having: ; a "standstill."-:New York I '

Again the veteran seemed to forget; the grand jury Atlanta.. World.Will. J :
",l,"-1. "i I n\y qul'5t." my existence as he sighed: and i-aid Lord Itosebery !Is to be the hero of : the Uriti-}: finally hav1) hire de- ROL ,,

tl" tin!! f" slip the Boers anti chortr.'rmm .,
musgIy: up
Ut th. pit*. Importers and Dealers la-
1 T1 fj'int a roicautic! novel! written ly-.a rising! 1 I
rI i MousA diiM thou "To think that I never frue! ;ed It. thenm-Kausas City Star. f

And they were such a bonny pair too. young.; Jewish non-list of London.Lx 1, Frotl.... look. of thin?* it mip-Lt be Palafox Street, Chinese and Japanese .

'. ,_! !; '1IoiI': ktlieJ the j Stvreiary of State Olaey is to just: as well!! to .1. fer awhile the! pr-parinj i.
MM? poul.l not help lo\n! ? him. the genial -
make a tour of the orient and will | of tlesi> St. I IMen-i nveuti'modatioiii fool Pensacola Florida. 4 ,'
]: i: 1: *kr ia CI"Itury.'O''C haii'lsoKie ladJie. Men and officers ..Fancy ,-* ;
stop over and stu.y the situation In the Preiiict Krc: ;ji-r.-San: Frautisiv Bui! I.
alike In our regiment simply adored -------- '
1'tnlippiues.! ,- Idin.WiI FINE CHINA TEAS. i. r:

.. :-':';' ':-: +O+O+O+34. LJiii. Congressman! Charles 15. Laudis. 1 you wall: into my amhush! ? say CHINESE UUHDRY. 4Ico
0 "lie m't-rved with you then' : the B.x-r t.> the Brit-m. And the ianno-nt : 31 south Palaf St", r. (I ,
himself! an editor declares that the edItorial 'j'.
"Ye". but I was only: In the ranks, Bii'un ;St-airly: incepts the polite inv.ta Q \ t
; THE SOLDIER vhllt; he lielil a comn'H! ,
'. 0 "\\. yon were frien1''I'rlen1laye. t-Liial man in tilt country. Iluber's would! have haJ a bet- :' :; '

.: +9 that WIwrp: : from Congressman Hull of Iowa never ter lepntatioE it he could have J4''IliC: ilh! HOPLEE .. r
., of His; Mignonettes. f \; =GOLA= :
? ;
"nr ,q-tewilley\ days we "vrehums.: tires o'f legislative work. oing: most an.l returned home imUl.''r' the S

.:. : :.c.-.o.-o..c..o: ; : ; +o+o.0:. \V"n! Uilph: was >ent to the Crimeanwar. I of his I : letter dictation by night; he Is I 'I (I,(ninti'm! of Bkwnotuiitein.tmiiiiana '" First-CInes and- I 11 :
.. freijueutly atIt unlill:1ybrlk. Us I'res... Grist Corn Weal! Pills .
\' I threw -r.vthrs! : to the winds ,
,' fly afternoon tot Oow Par.l has bt-liowed!! "Ij .k out:" to Chinese Laundry
fnliMul: t in l.s! reslmer.t: nnl'I'nt.. too.and SenatorV.. .\. Cla.k has: bought: "", .
li.-ie.:: having nothing) London of Pil-iemfnati-in. and is iva-ly to l it. W. F. CONZAILEZ & co. Prop 5 '
\\.e fought! in many a fl'-ree battle through: a .refit; a rsre copy s .-
..,. I sauntere.1 In te: ().om Puill :sets :l little more skirt! Jane. I t.I t.
the first edition of Pope's "Iliad, with 1? \\ ret Gn\ernment Mreer. Manufacturer r. -
1':1; th'r. nut one tlienht kept us up .t
itti hitactics than Joubeit! dJ.-I; dveuS.ine I II
riiolsea! : Collegi' ,parlittle -: thll'lIb' :: aU: "-4't :1r little; Mignon! theTlratV the poet's autograph on the ty! leaf. 1epmiihican. i 5. r.
I :
IllIrt 0ppoitExpress Offlc! P ::SUlOLA.I'L.Collar : \. CH01CEMPXLiAXl 1 LH" GnOrYD :
IIH.k the : daupLti-r. Ah. what hmppy11.1 Secretary Hay's collection of first his forcis met the I.arb wire and STOCK FEEl. ? .:;

.... iiI s.licrs.! There I, tUur-s they were at t'..,- vliarase! cdtious! cf moilern authors! has been the Buer traps (leneral ..H....." is better ,. I'QS :In'. Hhlr" Ironed with Patronize Home Indmtrr. for th.r. Ui "1

!n r. ws, tit fours uivlilcii I "' IIu..u; s\ as an 111.1, rliiM! !; her father enriched by a copy of Uudyard KipIngs ul,le to appreciate why (:ivwrat Bullerpreferred Latcsi improxfd Macbiat-ry i every; rA"on you should buy vour I'al.o.s e ',1

U'lielseg in thf I I <>troa, h. K.iivh's: : nad mine. ; : firM btMik of tales the gilt! of a to devote so mm-h time to iroin -<- Stock for Feed from the Homo Manufacturer .. .
Seutinel. I by so doting you enrournzv home Indui-
the Tuel\ ri'r.Ii1wuuJ..l -
inilreaiuin;; away : \Vliat merry little tea parties' we La I IJi friend. .: ; 'rtt't': :11 South L'aIaf( St. 1, try. Your money is left In the community <, e ,

aMeniiM.n: while they :>-t w,' fur the si--nt of mimionr-tie Hazrell f:. M. CracUeftthrope. who | and you in turn urn Indirectly bt-nefltw.! : .
: fostering blue hum manufacturer you ; ,.
len1'!. :1nI'II. the v:iadow has lK (-n appointed third secretary of I contribute lo ttn cauc of Inhor, You
:Mit-n ut pliy ( n 11,.' ever; \\ : : ;::: \ \ THE ROYAL BOX. oweIltothecummnunuylnwhlcbyou '

a:; I the rooms of tin-: ill I I l hllll"! i* wvit* the British embassy Washington. LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS I which contrlliutastoyoursuport.1I\"f' .al .

'. : i an.err U.e to full of it IIIIUIII.It" riiziinnettir'My : has the reputation of being the best King Leopold of Belsium: has been f

..f iVir! Iiv.- ;. ,, ;:!lIl11c',' wandcu-.l I'J tt',' (lowers whip !in I-omlun. ol.lip-d; to give up l roaiimc and writingfur I ,. -

across one alone. I I'liMiniin! : at iay feel as I trI! 'J to picture "To.I" Sloahe is :going to build a mag- a time owing: to trouble wit hUejes OF PYTHIAS. j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. .

i iM lie :1 <-.jnci> of It.if. the Utile MI-CU p'.lt' I., foil* ne."And : nHit'nt'lIIa on roney! Island. lie hasalready caused by ovcrnoik. I

.' Lat-kwanl\ 1'Mik at I I Kalpli lo\nl I Million I : :as well bought the :ground engaged; an The ;youngest; Huhenssollern, PrhneIleiuritirs Pensacola [.odge. No. 3, K of I1 <$
Dr./T\areeIu5/ \ / )\
I \\ :l1h.,i| i n until 1 as I." lie pursued "tlnitlvll; Ill-it'.ler Of architeit aud deposited $10.MK I ) with a sou the (!rman emperor'suephew maats every Monday eveniu -|, reary, -,
was ihristened the other day: atI 'at ('a'ti" Hall
knew the other's sieret.Vell., I
for commencement
us trust
'f tht'nit' company
!huh1! p-irt: in llutchlason hail.Ve.l
IH'II IIIII'r" culti- those happy! !, d.iys!; (tiiue: to nn end.Vnuii of the woik.The as Heiaiicb Viktor I'lk-Jrirh. Infndencttt! streft. i Fliysiciac! sol( Snrni. ; -

!; Stanley \lift us to sttn'.y: fur the of The queen (.f Hanover, who celihrated: .ILtiug brethren cord.allj
oldest the
".f ground ;:11I.1 "s '. I r.s ta: tin4 nurses ami IIrn )'. while I remained to Mjnnte In Koyal Humane society's medal Is the pnssej the severe winter in perfect H. J;'DIVINE.: i I fbonellii.OClce. .

l, ,oi-iut1 ls I of which en my father's! oilifiIn! town."How Uev. William Cripps Ledger; tf Lisna- health nt the villa of her son the Hike II HO'1LtB K. K.: A 8. C. C o Ii' 1'lIlalol'int.Building.. Flion..71.llt: >., 8oa'

: i>u.\ tolir.ixu; aii'l nui \ I envied Italph's: lurk! Notihat kea. li-thanil. to whom has Just been <,ut Cuinlicrland, near: (Gmtinden in upper' .1 ___ : -

.::1! luuirlc! *. I ;Rnidi: ;Hl him any ;jool thin:;. but awarded that honor at the age: of 73; Aubtiia.Perhaps. I I I -- I'I .

lot in life did seem hard hi compari.x.n in the Ix-st private eolWlion of w. o. w.
i Inti uscly tint lull now my for rescuing u drowning: woman DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY. .,.
to his. .\,. the time pu.v" >ed my March. I stuffed and living birds, in the world belongs I :
.: I ni-zc was tossing: ; tli'' Live Oak Camp %... I WiHHlman of the I
to the kinn of Portugal who is an ;
iiritnii trees. ainl hi the r"tl'-11I' and disi-ontent Inereased.I'espiMmy Philip Langley of Deer Creek to'utobip. \ World. OrriOE-Haniah Bros. Drag Store. ;
0 uitholodst. Scientistsfrom
i' ,ith,' nM! un-a were nil attaehmi ut to Million, my Mercer county. :\. J.. recently enthusiastic all of the world ndd to his Meets nr't anti thirl Friday night In ,
parts cordi BE8IDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stru ;
humdrum monotonous exivtencp was cacti monia. Visitiai suTtjreigni
i k, watering! weeding anl celebrated his one hundred and second; cases nnd caeca and it is belieed that ally Invmteh W. W. WATO:>, ...,
SI) hateful ii> me. So, when the war He Is nativeof S.R.Taaaazi.Ci"rkCC.' : -- I
smoked a :
"- 1111 tlM'jr all"I, birthday anniversary. he has! one specimen' of every Important

,. :'turns ns to thi'ir respective i !broke out anti Ilalph was orderud Bavaria. Germany. If he survives bird family !at present know:!, Dr. Wilmer S. Hall. .

I abroad, I made up my mind to go, too. until next year, be will have lived in :7

:; t.o jrravel, path. I- came In the ranks of the i same regiment.; three centuries. N'n> chances in ten it's your kidneys Indigestion DENTAL SURGEON .

"I eonipM"cil entirely of wIr ;- > Here was an opportunity not to !be lost Chin Porn Yc the former Korean ; that need att ntion if you don't :; .

dl'11gbt-1' of leading a more :glorious life-to light; has been feel well. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ,
Its fragrance: was: minister to this ('ountry'ho Masonic Tenple.! Poe 3U. ,

1 I pauM-d; a moment to enjoy :, for my country my people and for recalled to represent his country at' makes healthy kidneys and will : We challenge the world .
love of 'old Kn land.' ".
the make you well Nothing else "justas
.L I'll 1'1 s. St. Petersburg and Vienna .
: ..). :ttle punlon: excited my cnrlonI 0 "How 1 dreamed the home: comIng withdrawn his two sons from the go..d." W. A. D'Alemberte. to produce a remedy equalto JOHN McDAVJD i "
done! I) 'ath bad i-
.. looked with Interest at theHit 0 after the work wn Washington public schools and will 'f.

;. .., I face was thin lIu.llIo.I. : no place In my mind. How I anticipated -, send them to Harrow. JI! nE'S YOUR CHANCE. the Matchless Mineral REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE : ,.
I I, "l .r..'...I..n i>f M-ttled. melan-I the meeting! with MIgnon with that Lord
An English paper says Iron Woven Wire and Ornamental ,
Water the of Indigestion y
in the love light: that I- i>oor fool-ImncIned I for cure CITY PROPERTY, FARMINGAND t'
It, l>it tin-re win something; Koberts In giving Uudyard Kipling a Fencing for All Purpose ,
she felt for shining In her soft
dark awl sensitiveat \ me ; TIMBER LANDS .
lines discharged
'ff cy.s through all military and
blue eyes. I though; I would pour outlay puss ; I am agent for the largest manufacturers \ Dyspepsia I :.
to. k iuy fanry. a private as well as a public FOR SALE.
.. heart and tell her I had come back in the world of everythingin ;: '"
I h. au t)pM' >rti.uity. I thought.k .: obligation. Probably any general: : would i all forms of Stomach Bowel -
to claim her never to part nay more. Jioaos Plieed at Ijeasjcable! asi. t.
the of and !
> like u !i.: -.>. approachable Lave signed that order in favor of Mr. : way plain ornaments:

.. a", '. I dare lIa) would lie !glad I I .\h. If I had but known: I. Kipling: : but "Bobs" in particular must iron and wire fencing, settles, vases, : Troubles and Skin Din I 24 East Government Street. .
He smiled In hid melancholy! ;
a .-hat." again i j have felt a personal gratification in 0 etc. There is notMng in this line ; 'i
way and eontlnue)1.e. : I I eases. Guaranteed to '
"iat moment. ns If lJ' socio sudatisltion signing: It for bis own laureate. that I cannot supply and at manufacturers' cure
of mind hi' ttut1 |' "r. ". if I had only known that she WEEKLY SCHEDULE
cared for Italph 1 should have IHHIIsp.ire : price erected in durable or money refunded. Cost 6 I'PENSACOLA
hi* t>|1'aloll1;: (Irl,. Ull me. I and workmanlike manner and at'8uch FOR STEAM DIVISION
l a bl'lI't:1I'In: : after.tears. The Soldier and Obrdlrnre.Once .
at Ii.\ *'Iy niijrtii'liettc: I ex- many low prices that you will bA as only 5 cents a day to use it. LECTmC'IERfl: .
when I was military attache '
.11.ij wny of oH-ni? li-. ., tonished. I supply anything from' RAILWAY COMPANY.

-' ,'.fed. l'tt It was such a MI! The old soldier! gazed abstractedly nt Paris I was holding a conversation a plain wire farm fence to the One dollar bottle last twenty Trains leave'Peniacola for the LIIU4ltayon

.' 1 wNlnil ht> hailu't. It somehow his mignonette and 1I"lIhtlt111'.1 with (}aiiil>vtta. I1n.t lie said to me. "In most expensive ornamentaleemetery Palmetto Beach. Warrlngton, Navy -4 t,

; auain I that: mf'lnol':1jIcampaln: : these days there are only two things: : Yard and Fort Barraneai at '
feel i-k! an.l sorry. over : : fence ; crestirg for towers; tree days. 8110 a. m.arrive at Port lIarraDea. TUa.m L'

:., 'it Jo" soiuo.," lie o while I wondered: If the cross on his which a soldier rued know; he must guards ornamental settees bae- lltt) a. m.arrive at Fort Barraneai ld:4i a.toltju ,..

, ;: !1\ "1 \\ ill 10l tnuun-ut, If Io"t l.iid nnrthin:; to ili> with hishNtory. IUIIlion' to march and he must know uncut windows; window guards For sale by all druggists; EtOp.m.arrlvest: p.m.arrive at Fort Fort Barrancas barranca 4Up l:.:5p IB m ... .

.. He answered my /gla nec.1 bow to shoot.! hitching racks, weather vanes.,wovemi I I 8:15 p. m. arrive at Fort Barraneai 7lflp m i.: .
\I. .
1.I ..lIhllik.. nothing N't- "-1 1 am coming: to that now. lady.: One I sal.!. "I 1 beg your pardon excellency wire poultry > ard fencing. Space also W.: T. Green j- Co. 37' '8bSbpw.arriveatFori: Barraneai S:.4p m i' 1'.
; will not permit me to enumerate eli I Trains leave Fort Barraneai for Ptota- :..
.. and bitter November nlzht.: or rather morn- there is a third thing whic'i you oola at ..
i I-A. | M.itlux; my-i'lf S. Street.OR I .
0 the styles, I sell but you can see Palafox . Pensacola.m5a.. -
: .: i ," '.'..iI.!i whIle my lie\% leg, we :awnl. to find the enemy bear- have flll' "ttt'II. illustrated catalogues and !get esti 11:0)< ) p. m. arrive at Pen acola.._....llrfp.mi:4A 01 !
In: down on us !in overwhelming niunIMTS "What, is that?" said he. ADDRESS! 2 {*> Peniaooia..._.... '.
: 1 \1' i 0t ..rt. \\ ItIm a I 141flg |I.alr: ; mateliv applying: at Win. Johnson" : p. m. arrive at : p. m i
!In-fore our camp was astir. The And I replied, "He must know how A :Sou's hardware department 5iu' p m arrive at PensacoU 1 5:4o: p a I ..
I I 7p.m.arrivea&Pensaeoia---------: II 01 ._ 't
men, however soon rousml and fought; to olt-y." Slulm A. J. \WATKINS.V l\r\ W *S:45 arrive at Peni&aomi.-----. I j J
I II i i .i.'' '-te'l 1 11:. "11':111-1; ,) \\\TILII\ { SON p. m. "III /.
!r. \I .n I ntitlccd (hat the sh! 'iuld.'r to shoulder amid the roar and It is not enough to know how to ft. ft. \ a'''effect'AtQrdaTi Dec.only.I 1st,.13W.ICXDAT A....,.. ,
wh'th' miiilden-d alike I manli It is !know how to \ will launder ? *>ndfor .
'> .- Id..rll..1! | his breast. How dii! of cannon not enough: to ; your pr I ICBIDCDE.

t ,-i I.. ttIt" men and 1>I'It. After awhile I Kcamee t-hout ; there must III addition be. fire 15 cmts each and make them look Greenville. Ala. Leave Peniaooia. Lv lort BarraaiM. I .: :

V I rulthate o ''n->ei'>u4 mily <:f one thing; --a figurea discipline and that lire discipline like new .star Laundry.. 9 a.m. lOam, '
why only
'h t
jt'ii -- .
few jards: alu-ail I of me lighting; t I ; for comes of the soldier's knowing how tu Testimonial i From Judg* Gaston. lla.m. u m. .c;. ..
I with bmmII'nI \
ill.'litvd.| o.A.STO'n.A.: 1p.m. 'J II. m. i
: lit'... I can seethe look on hisface ol..-y-to nU-y, not merely with blinditietiidflii' iKIINVILLE: : Ala 'Ult. 10. 1-iyW. ip. m p.m. .j : ; -
Peaii the Ku You Haie Ays! !r.jli!! I take greot pi-aiurf c..rtlluol! lo tbe Ip. m l p.m. J. : '
I now: It was transfigured, shinIng ( but with an obediencewhich \ nud this *ritof Wilkmson'a !oJ..tcb.I" .
at ii.i> u;: %::11111 that! Inl'n" purity > 4 p. m 6pm. "
dauntless that from faith in the 8igllltueo' I Mineral Wat r. This natural mineral .
with courage cones faith < I p. m. Dp.rn.
; I
\ f- I lia Itli-
>r at "t a inliuitf \\ .. '
10111':, to mv personal kno'iIediis taken '
'.::. tfu-n !.:LI4I irn-li-vantly: .I1a iI.l not IM'fore the onslaught" : ; of olticers faith in their justice faith in from a well; three miles east of C tirnvmIie I p. m. 1.p. m. ., .
that \ faith III their skill and in the exact condition In.which it is nld. I PARa POft wan DATS.Peniaaola
the I UiisslanI believe at im>- their Knowledge: :
\ ,
a gluM.1|, kind f.uv. !I.itly, have this Uied. with wondorfulsucivis. to fort Barraneaaaod retpra iffPensacola :
have seen
ment. Italpli: 1i,,'.l lu every fiber of his faith I in their being the soldier's true DURHAM Cigars for Uvipep-ta. Indigestion. tor to Navy Yard and re'DrG1IIIt7 _.

being. He gloried III a fight-no; one friend.Sir .Henry I I'.raekenburg..Nullnim eyed and for l'ruplI'.l'd&o.... sores and I Peniaooia to Palmetto Beach and r, tnrm 1M '. _.
: ; ; been tried and fire test-
.1 __ __ __ n_ ___ _ ulcers on man and animaU. A! a remedy !. FABC FOK ana' OAT :
surrounded and eut on
h 1'Hi for saylnir so," I rejolnit I'mre. He was ----- for thes troubles, I do not believe lu 'Y'
of slIII' se\t-n of ed. D'Alemberte sells exists. It 19 repummended /eaiaoolato irt Barranoai ?Narv
from the re-ot us by null lluomrr equal by
\\ taini'ly. feclnir! l'III Clodis puystciaa for a number of dH.,mZKLLItAiro.N-*. 1 ant and return____ & :' ..f'I
what the enemy double his siz'. Suddenlyhe When one i'ouster sees another Peniaeola to Palmetto Bsaou and ".
: w.i4 coming: next. them. .
\ 'I, we Jwnt now why I only staggered and fell. Then I found rooster which ho belie\es to ha\e: evil Judge of Probate: Court. Butler County. return._,... -_ lJeO !
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''" \ -r. I w i'l tIIoii if you my...If struggling; and crushing; through) designs he ;gets: on tile. fm'a nil Alabama No freight received after 8:15: p. m. .)'J' 4

cour.tless! forms ami brandishing! steel! l'rOWI.mzl',1 nations don't 'o thai. Marston jFinch an .
until I reached! the stricken figure.Tl.ere ; but und>-r similar I circumstances make! headquarters for hammocks .
: :1Y:
: I'll- il I eairerly; "I am all at- ;
he lay. so V. lute and still with a "na\ al demonstration" and say noth either fine or cheap,: E. PETERSEN: : ,

hU ltr.l n' young: face upturned to the ing. But the motltes nnd the objects: -. '.
""I) so iniij; az: '. yet't seemst'Tilu. Call and their stock. PROPRIETOR 01'-0 : ;>t
InMinctive1 Identical. and in iMith cases the result see I 'i' :
Micii( .'u. MitfUouT': leaden sky. My I arms went are I' J

.0 1 r. il 1 to Lixu..i-tf. 1} round him. and as I 1111'11,1antI\ lellids on whether the other -- -- -- --'CRONieS SALOON: : ; :: .

.' faced the lot of them--perhaps: it was rooster will "take a dare."-San Frau ,-
'tly to remind him of .
my fII1I'hut :change seemed to come cisco Chronicle. Jfyos.;, Q. U/atsor7 t,0./ O-DKALEK IN-O ..: .

il I y"u ..\ "I' love any one Into their eager, :glittering eyes as they UMM) POISON CUHKI BY II. 1%. B ;
', I.' h. aik. *I tlorul'tl 0 InviJuutarily fell back a pace or two. REAL ESTATE, Imported( and Domestic \lies Liquors aDQ1 Cipts. ;1.'i"

: I returned somewhat tak- It was only for a moment. They again; Mottle Sent 1-1_ In '..tI'.rll. ,

I .>. y Ills Uliexpevted 1 question. pressed forward and no doubt the ep-sedted, obstinate ca-e, the Rental and InsurancEAGENT lUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. l' .

L I Iia'.t. pair of us would have Iwen ipilckly cut 'kind that have resisted doctors, hot ,
been fond of several
PAfleP "Imont and TW 1Pae Sta PENHACOLA, FLA /$ >
p.. I',' I "". met at different times of ,, into mincemeat but for an unexpectedi5crsini priiiirs und patent medicine treat .i1.l.: :.. ;
1 ment. quickly yield to B. B. B.I Botanic ----- ---- ----
: created just then by the ar- lirden and Paldfox II
S ; \ Corner ( Streets '
dist ; '
'is uiy reel rej.iln.ler. :
Blood Balm ), thoroughly tested -
.. rh'lIl..r! the I-:1I1I1\iIl'IIII'II.I\.IIc.: ;: \\ tb'tl".lr
were the: only ones I Cold Weather ,
for all years. B. B. B. has cured PEXSACOLA, FLA, : .
aid the Uu sians were completely .
: thm \\'r\.l-111"lh'l1\ "; aud such indications mucous patchesin 1

I. :0.. :, 1'1..1. and In the confusion of their the mouth. sore throat, eruptions Coming. fcwl ,n ,0 I.. ''f

. I '11II..n." I Illwrl..1 ,gen- retreat and flight; I mamiced 1 to carry eating sores, bone pains itching igiip' order and let at fill your bin before fr ;. ,Ii

I :,iimts' fair \\as full of Kalp'a! safely bark I to camp.: skin, !swollen glands. stiff joints, cop- : \ I cold map arrive We will tend you I .."''. '4bpm I

. .. I.,- >i"ik<> her naiui "And Joti escaped unbounded?" p"I' colored spots, chancres ulceration coal you CAli procure for feltber baklaf : .' .*- ., "<. '
":XII. tllhll'ldl.1:1.1" I received l some on the body, and in hundredsof heating purposes at reasonable prlcet. i. -
t I! I |i-r )1I I, II.IU and I t I .
bad cuts head and back cases where the hair and eyebrows .:." :- .
.'!!lIIt..I. without hii'dincuitid very oil my -

.. .. hir no well. She: which biotizht aluiiit I my discharge: skin was have a. fallen mass out of boils and the, pimplesand whole -*y :# s.)_ Ii Thompsor]), Olsei) 0/ Qo.f fIeaer f--; 'r.Coal '

'.. of tJiis"- from the- army as tx'ing tin tit for active i
ut a slip ulcers this; wonderful specific i .... .'
.1 M-r\i I.v.Vhiu 1 had: somewhat reiovered. in '; .
t0 rs I In my Lip-"in tierS has! completely changed the whole S j I ; .

e had a IKKSIOH: for K.ilph: told me that :Mlgnon hail body into a clean: perfect condition Si t : fr\

II Is why wo called lIm' "IItlls.'it to b >come his wife. and six free from eruptions, and! kin smooth and Wood j ,,

.'1e was as sweet as months) h: l-iter thej utre ii Ifi rritL"i with the !glow of perfect health. B. V f, : i : .

>..1 l M 1i:1I"1I't'r know that; yon eared H. 15. i is the only known perfect cuie "'ffhceandYard! : 8 E Corner 1HraloH, .'. "", \ .
for herV" I asked rather huskily. for blued poi",,". So sufferers may r .
and RatiroadHlrsets. f* <
t..t 1 IS.: B. B. and know for them-: Telephone No. 147. ,
wh '
"Yes. after. n theycame .
Nasal : many: ytars tv
selthat, it cur-*. a ttial bottle : :.t
tLYS to s. ..> me h ,I'I I think as they ;..-1.-0' -" -
will be -tut free of charge. ."pr.UI,',_ 47
CATARRH ('arrh..1I>' some of my uiignouette.thej ". For s.i.e by druggists; ; at fl I per KREUGER & KUGELMAN >'l. :
liitli it for the !first time.
guesred ,
; Urge bottle, or large battles (( full WE TAKE ALL WORRY

?"C w?; .\ bell near by clanged; out the tea: treatment i $;). '1",) prove our *=WOLELE CROCERS. =* 0 : ':

'f hour as he finished. speaking, Si). with faith in 1 B.: 1>. B. we will send a oT! your sbnulders and ; '
11 IJjllU! P< s/sY j manage: the renting: of your: liouae.,ihecoilertini AN. ENTIRELY FRESH AND NEW STOCK OF) FANCYGROCERIES. :--:.
a clot clasp\ (Ii the hand my eld mail: Trial I B".il Fir* and prepaid to -
; of rent p"\ merit of laiei, in'urance -> :: CANNED GOODS AND KI'EClAl/TIKS.\ .. Ii
, .3 and 1 parted..--Chicago; Herald.II.NK --ullt-rers. they Ilat,>"t tin rem- and repair Hnd ......r .tblng in con- : "
". Htl\"U ou '!ixi-cti--. Acldre BLOOD ".-C(Inn with t he proper care o' }our hou,e< Try Oxxi- Golden nooco I' .' .

.. 1.1. : i'ou&.i-1tt.. BALM: CO.AUinut4. nr would jircperty>t.ur...lf.K, We"oll'l'l"nl1..uly ke..p down ejpen atou : oialeSfoom, I2-13-i:; : E. Government' I'Strppt. .

110.1 l ee bloat the bouien nre kcpl In good Warehouse. Cor. Tarragona and Church Street,. .ji -
. At C. Corner's Poultry Yard.I NUTs 10.: PKK: PutNi>. condition for htch ourrharyciiart-rea on- ,,
.! Inn the nn.lrrA. peii! of al.e.VP are Ht\p'lt-\K1Elt'l H .K Telephone 151. '
has 3tn 000
to pounds
i .. .-. r x-i!. lt.cfi i....n.4. am now ready to sell eggs for sorting ; Jacoby RENTERS and append u lut of a t.... .1- ,
"... I: i I. u >Jryin:;....ijiwj from the following breeds nfcblck..u Italian Ch tnuts and! Choice Hazelnuts ,irtibiii1ii1tiig.: .: -; ; *T
: ,', :--..f''J ;; : Dark Brahmas Partrit!. .- which he i is " close :No. -H7 North harcebonastrcet.story.: 'At ;
: e.'ute. lJrL'- H < : 'iH
;, 10 7atf room i >ijNo. H. H. WICKE v ,
out. at cents perpotmnd.
... .. S "., :ii C.1H. t'y maiL: : Cochins;, Light Brahma:. Whit Ill '\'..5i ">antes Mren. story. '
-- H-
-. -..W .,.rDN..t.\rwTI'Ik. CoehinPlymouth Hocks, Brown 5 rooms,.? a II) -
DURHAM Cigars haveno ... W. C..r I."... bUU I.allUa ttrt-rt. IV : | gaMl
Leghorn; *, Wyndotts. My fowls are rooms ... |ji-, uXo. *
from the very best strains to bt equal For sale atD'Alemberte's. *KestVrlnbt ttree, a room 1'.'"' Plumber Gas and Steam
- / found and I invite the public to call Xo. SsJ: Kw: t ...r"lurytrl.I.1 rooms la.iift. fitter
-:1.:1 So. 401 Wl'sln..lmont utreet :i story. 7 ;
--' and !ee my poultry yard-about 700line rooms .. .. 15.')'
towlo (Ill hand.! Settings of 13 ----- -- Xo. l ,6 .:at UtU treet,5 roonii .. 13.: <. ....
l e2sfor H.5LonE COI.LISS BLISS IS Till: MAX. No. :<* '-'".' I ntendencia street. 5 I No. i South Palafox Street -

:. i I' all other tnske.-: 7a tf Manager. Chas. H. Bliss is the man who advertises Xo. SU rooms He.i -ImKua !ret..4 rooms, io.i v.....>, 1 All Kind: 0': Phunbiaj: anJ: Oa: Fitilnya! : STaterlala Keyt on Half: H -

L po;> corn auJ wal- | Pensacola. He does it right: s. W. Cj&. ..rutu and DeVi.liert am... I ... .t ,, !3 -
i Try THE NEWS 10 cents a week. i nd deservesyour support. ilruouu, ...-..-. ..-..... ... ..- 7. '. I TELETHONE 82O, FES8AOOLA, FLA i. -

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THE DAILY NEWS : ployee of the division; the investigation .,..- For Fl 1) IIn. --

by another employee of the J' Messrs. J, IIt...-- ,

Emtfr. HI the Post Office at Prnfacola.FJ causes of diminution of the stream cf PiUf.ix street \

t second-elasa mnttrr. Rock river in Northern Illinois ; the ranzeaient* for n...

OFFICE: Pitt Building,.'1I)2; :South: I'ala- results of an investigation i recently the bet window -\ .

ox street, up- talrs.___ made by another employee of the upon this tnarke' i ,
f/lla/ it the following FCBLUHEO KV division as to tree planting in New .s arnp It can ba i>i. \

THE :KIWS PUBLISHING .CO. Mexico; the examination by an otH I' away at the etui. ,
cial of'the division of forest reserves without the u-e ni;
and sash of the\\r ,
Terms-Invariably in Advance. in Montana and South Dakota ; the '

9 On Yt'ar by Mail. .' .ft'I; > preparation of "working plans" for handled from tterferenceor !..- ; -.
III troiit!
Nx'iIotb-Tare Months 1 !ill forest preservation in the Adirondack .1q kes Pure Blood. it i 15 simple in enl -:. .

doe One )1l'Dth"Week by Carrier payable.. .. ..Monday.... f 10;1 mountains cf New York and I price reach iso of" all.low l'.t i-l ,

1 the recent appointment. from that It ) and leave .
your .11,1 t :
THE WEEKLY NEWS: region of a new employee in "a from one to HUH '! 'j, .

Published every Friday at 11.10 per year prominent position" in the division ; --

PotU!"" frof'. the investigation of commercialtrees Y )(. B. L. I cilat its meetingVednesday night, i

TELEPHONE NO. 118. in Western Washington by \nnh'er.ary Ex -rcuo..
two agents and 20 employees; of the Its 1'iftli .\noh t'r!>ary Was Ce'ebrated JUilliam
Last Night. I The regular business of the meeting loljitsou -
Rates furnishEd on tpplica'ion.Thii ) Oll.
division, and a reference to the management having/ been concluded President ,,
the division of hard- Pursuant; to invitations extendedto made address ;
by a 'I Hyer a most interesting -
wood timber tract belonging to the all present and former membersof appropriate to theanuiversaiy I --

NION FE University of the Soutb'iat! ; Sewanee, the Young Men's Business League of the League. He spoke in part as -----I

0 and other, a goodly company assembled follows:
Tenn. I The Daily News of April 10th 1S95,
Certainly the South pays a sufficiently at the league rooms at 8 i called attention to the need of Pen SUllllller U nderw

paper U on tile with the large proportion of the na- ; o'clock last night to attend a special: sacola for a live body of young mento ear! I

tlonal revenue to be entitled to a meeting and celebrate the fifth anniversary push on the work of building up
BANNING ADVERTISING CO. I I the city and assist the then existing:
of its organization.Some .
share of tbe attention of the
a ndioott Building St. Paul Minn.. when costly i'organizations to that worthy end. --- ---.-
ntwcrUwn, dvrrtisert and other: mar officials department to its for- pressing matters; of business a a Out of this suggestion grew l

rxAminc ypoa it and lOr GENERAL where ratimatcs ADVERTISING.will be PITCH estry interests-the most important were first disposed of, including a this body, the work of which we now Taped Neck and Sleeveless Vests. Ladies'3for25c.

number communications and re- point to with pardonable pride. ,
perhaps in the the .
country ; yet
fEHSAOOLA. MAY 1. 1900 North and the West are the constant I' ports, the most important of which 1 \pril2Hh, Ihltj; a meeting was held I Ii

was a report by Chairman: J. E. I and a temporaryorganiz ition made, i Taped Neck and Sleeveless
recipients of whatever benefits may i and on April 30th. a permanent or- Vests, Candy
DEMOCRATIC .NOMLNKE9.! accrue from the operations of thefort'try Stillman of the standing committeeon i ig.yiization was effected and officers ;: 10 to 25c. ,

division the exclusion statistics and information which ; for the first term were elected as; :
10 Igslature! : to utter
For Rfprt'.t'ntali\
lows : President, T. E Welles; fO-1
MORENO JOH'S and ignoring of the South and follows: Vice-President, J1.. Coe ; : ,I Lisle Thread Child's Vests with sleeve at
J. EMMfcT! WOLFS. its needs and interests I'ENSACOLA, April 5t. 1\1101. II '
its claims its Vice-President. Chas. A. Choite ; !:
to 25c.
Mr. W. K HyerJr.'resident of the Young
Forfrlieriff: Men's riUMQebs: League, IVosucola, Ha. I Third Vu*>-President, Sol Cahn ; ,
p GEOHGK E. SMITH. i DEAR 8iK:-MiBwerlnc your inquirytocompttriiuve I. Secretary, R. E. L. Daniel) Within :
P .p'who talk shout politics bung "dl.- ant unt cf timber and lumber one year the membership of the organization i I Boys' Gauze Vests and Drawers, llee
For Circuit Clerk: gusting" aud "dirty," and Uu notliH.u toImpro'lt. shipped from henbaculu and Molnle : aggregated 16:'. I,
during the year ending December 81. lw W| I length 50c suit.
ANUI M, Mct1ILLAN.Fir caD l learn something from recent tin\e ilie uuniT to state that foreign export During) the five years that have intervened .
Tat Collector: eventtia Alabama. The peup'e have from lensiicol for the period were we have seen the population I
things In their own haatU. All that they a.IIM-.upt'rlhlall.ot and 1vJ.ut. ,'.. ) A.H.D'ALEMBERTE. It't't'fll! shipprd coH"-twi u t need to do Is to assert tbrmsrlTet. and the total of St\liI1,. superficial feet: while 'U-; to :!: .112 in 'yj-a gain of K4.S [percent leader for 50c.
4 For Tax Assessor: schemes and plans of crafty politicians Iroin Mobile during same period the for or nearly 13: per cent. per annum I ,
collapse like bubbles-Mobile HcraiJ. elgnexportswere:10.tEJlidsuperdctal (ret ; while the aggregate, foreign
aua lu ;,nnuwrre making
% For Treasurer: And it i is just as easy for the a total ot 2-Jii,;,\K!,114 coa-iwise.' feet Irom exports from this port have meivaed I' Percale Shirt Waists, 75c and $1 quality ,c
c' that port being blitj-lbree: per cent, of tile from #:Ili7,lNJU in 1M&: to $Bwl,31 ,-
will-to control the for
people-if they ing 65c.Slaughter
JOHN W.FRATEK.For amount shipped out of the port ol 1'ensa- : in 18'J'J-a gala of 3163 percent .

County Judge: action of a state convention as of a cola.It may b..of interest that during the year or more than C.'J per cent per
MCCULLAGH. state primary by sending their best ending June SO. 1-W, the,e was shipped from annum. Sale of Ladies' and Children
THOMAS R. IViKiMiola 21.Vff: bales ot cttt'un lOud troutMubdedunugame
For this the
representative men as delegates period l'' .4ll bales.ery extraordinary growth Hats for 25c
For School Superintendent: \' respeclfullr.JiIIN V. M. l:. L., claiming DO especial choice.
thereto men who will be governedby
N. B.COOK. E. t TILLM4Chairman.: \, part. i* entitled te a share of credit.
_ Clerk Criminal Court: the known wishes of their constituents Honor to the memory of the deceased 1 Case Forest Mills Bleached Cotton good
Fcr I and not by the cumin;; To his report Chairman :Stilluun members should have its

M. P. HON I KAY. sophistries of self-constituted "leaders. appended the foiloVitig information : rightful place in all of our anniversary .quality, 10 yards for 75c.

For" of the Peace 2<1 District: ." Year l-:.W. Peii'aoola. Mobile. celebrations.!
JAME8R. LANDRUM. t'ort'lglI'I'S l'h entered 51' &s Hon. W. I). Chipley was a member 10 yards Shirting Prints, Monday only. 35cGents' .
eoastwlsevesseisentered .11!
I 73 of the league's first board of directors -
For Constable 2d District: "Persevere and prosper., If you : l'OIl.t'IS8"I'ss..h K< t'IJn'es.I'" cleared cleared .,._Slw w iic ul1'alue and of its standing committee Summer Suits $2.50 to $6,50.Boys' .
take Hood's ,
CHARLES P. BOBE. Sarsapanlla faithfully : exports IM.-JHWu i+.'Pjjj: on commerce and harbor.C. .
i for scro ula salt rheum boils, eruptions -1 J. Heinberg wa a member of I
There are 152 ports; of entry in the Silk Bosom
: shirts
Fur County Surveyor 75c
dyspepsia, it will cure you. United States, and the eleven lead- its first standing committee on to $1.00.Boys' .

W. f'. BECK. 1 lug ports, as to foreign exports, are transportation.John .
For Members School Board: i TilE ALDER SYNDICATE given in their order as follows: Holland, Calvin Henry B.H. Nobby Washable suits, $1.25 to S3.00,
Hutchinson R. J. Jordan and
A. \'.rLUBB'*, Now Owns the Snlli\an Timber Land. 1. New York.
A.T. BLOL'NT, JR.. I 2. Boston. Henry T. Wright were among its Tan Strap Slippers, 90c pair.
E. WARD. The recent visit of Gen Russell A 3. Baltimore. earliest and most honored and use-

___ -_n __ Alser and Col. W. D. Mann has resulted 4. New Orleans ful members. ,
The connection of all of these! with
_ THE death of Rev. Charles in the purchase by them of 5. Philadelphia. the Young Men's Business Leaguewill !
6. Galveston Buggies Buggies!
Btecber, the last surviving brother all the fine timber land' now owned 7. San Francisco. ever remain a bright memory to Bugg'1e5A !

Beecher at : by Martin H. Sullivan in Conecuh their survivors, with a gratifying ,
Ward Georgetown -
cf Henry S. Newport News, recollection of their great civic and -- "".. ......
Mass., April 21, in his 8oth Monroe, Baldwin and Escambiacounti's. y. Puget !Sound. social worth and their unwearied efforts -I

year will recall to many Floridiansthe Alabama aggregating 11.10. i Savannah.Pensacola. I in behalf of the best interestsof SOLID CAR LOAD. ,, Stylish Stick Seats!
about 3,000 acres.
bet that he was a resident of Yen+acola.
The sale was effected by the real Among the communications to receive Assuming that only the ratioof
this state for several years and once estate agency of J. E. Stillman & favorable confederation was growth obtains for the same next live ) :' Pretty Phaetons
served as state superintendent of Co the money consideration being that from secretary N. F. Thompson years, the population of the city LOAD 1)PRICES f .

public instruction under a republican in the neighborhood of |2: l"JOI-I.; asking;; for representation from in I'.tij will be Iomethiulikp.!, 3u.UH) fur rlPi ; ICEd Curls _: ; : .
admiuHtratioi-from IbTl to The Alger syndicate will establish tlii-. city at the Southern Industrial j souls. A like ratio will\ bring the
mammoth aw mills in the! territory convention that is to be held at Chattanooga 'aggregate foreign exports from and
our Any Every Top Buggies.
1873.JOSKPH Style
build railroads and conduct a May 15 to li. J're-ideiit : p"rt up to .lu.uiuiiio) per annum
DUNLOP the Chicagonewspaper business that will mean an innntn-e Hyer. upon motion, announced that livery: bu-iuess..ttret and many: of -' ._._- J
e R. increase in Pensacola's busi he would designate a dHeirat' of
export the rp-itence streets will be paved.'l'he .
proprietor who was convicted ness ._ three members;; sometime tin wet-k. I electric system, for !'trf't-t. commercial WEST MAKfS, LATEST STYLES.:
and sentenced to the penitentiary -- -- Report* from the trea-uitr and and residence lighting; will

for the publication of obscene K.luorV Awful ('light. secretary, :as to collection of II lue*, :, extend to, all p.Jrtof the city, while First Come, First Served; They Won't Last Long. ;
r F. M. etc.. were presented, apprll'edlnd tile electric car system will it
matter has served hi< time HigginEditor; r neca.. cover --
( Ills., ) New, was afflicted for yeat- fii-d. I2;;; or 3ii miles of distance. The watt'ran.1 Ye'e! will!! Allow You Something for that! < Ihl! I IAim't
and returned to Chicago, where he Chairman Keller: of" the *
pcialcommittee .
=vsteuwill be similarly
with Piles that i.o doctor or remedy sewerage but Fif-y r. IKJllillinin -.
will establish a new afternoon paper. hl'lpt'lIlIntil hp tried llucklen'-- on street;; improvement expanded. Best, of all. our import ,
He will probably make some warm nica :>alHf' write two boxes reported that he had -eeu Chairman trade destined! to supply with -- '- -

times for Victor F. Lawson and H. wholly cured him. li' the surest Turner of the board of public work-, loreiiMi goods the entire area of te ,
and that the latter had said he
Pile wa- ntory tributary t'i Pensacola.
cure on earth and the best salvein I
H. Kohl.-aat, rival publisher*, whomhe the woild. Cure guaranteed. doing everything possible in street with the e-tablNhment of \\"tll.l i 30ljii00n & Son.

charges with procuring his prosecution Only "!.j centSold by \\'. A. D'Al- improvements; with the available manufactories, give abundant en.ployment .- )
fundThe committee \\a-, cii"- I to the in-
and effecting his conviction. emberte, \ru gi"t. enormously
--- char pd.Hr. crea-ed home capitui and the multi
THE Woin.iuV Club 3i-page edition l'OLICtcon.T.. J. H. Pierpont adJrf'*-'J the! I tilde-! of laborer every department
I League: on the" tnoveinent in nigiir: of industry that will compo- a large:
of the JackouvilleMetropul1; Two Negroes .\i ret.ted for Playinga ted by the m. d cal society to procure part of our future population. Ad-
was a monster-lu size-containing, (;ante of Chance \\iili Cards street <(u uiki.'rand he ak-tl tint iditioual I lines rf railroad hatingPeiiacola J. M. HILLIARD & CO. ,

besides the advertisements' a large ;, co'iitnittpfofoiiemui ppOIll t..d : for their termini are cmi-
There were sixteen cases before to act with the in thf matter.
-ociety !
amount of choice original reading"xpfct: d to material.ZH in -)iauafe.'rttrertnd i lit al"
t- 111Carriages -
Mayor Hilliard in the police court Hiieque=t was granted, the committee the near future.
matter, the choicest and most original this morning, of which nine were to be ai pointed ( ,ter. Dr. Fin illy, it will not lw too ;great a

being woman reporter's interview continued and t\\o di-char't'd.! Pierpont stated that a sprinkler I stretch of the imagination! to contemplate Buggies Wagons and lira> s
with Dr. J, C. L'Engle, whose Abe Jack-on and Huddle Heifer. could he purchased: for $'J-j!: ) and thatit the possibility that when

views!!' upon popular education as charged! with pl.tving; a game of could bf operated at an expt-n-p of I the Young) MenV IJu-iue a League) :
chance with card, ca-e continued not exceeding $125 per month. shall celebrate Its tenth ammiter-ary I RepairiDg Attended to Promptly
there given, are strikingly forceful until to-morrow. The application of C. H. (niiilez.. on the 30th day of April. 11)0.) that

and unquestionably sensible, coinciding James RicharJ*, a minor chargedwith :; Jr., for membership, waread, and ceremony will take place in a ,splendid : EAST (iAUDCN: >T."BUY : : : : : //'I'\ \ ,

exactly with those of Prof. visiting a barroom, was ,tnt up he was unanimously elf-cted. and modernly-appointed build-
Tom Mc Heath. for SO day. On motion of'aikf't Ingr I.'Jtm.: it lug, constructed by the joint effortsof

-- -- ---- -- Win. Dunn, a vagrant, was sent up wa ordered that the -P't'f'IHh.: .) allowed the League! and the Chamber oi "
1111\1: E of the democratic journal for :mdll\' *. a commiion, of It) p.'t' cent Commerce, for their iwrlllHlI'lIt' THE BEST
1Iln1'hite, two charge dnink for collecting the due; of the League ; llOlll" I
la in the North that supported the platform members and that the secretary'-
and disorderly conduct, was lined Prl'idl'lIt.r'- address was received -
and tickt-t of iWHi due be remitted to him.
becius.etheywere flI.: with vigoious! applaur.The '
authoritatively made by the Chas. Allen assaulting Amy Jennings On motion of Secretary Choate the L.Mgu! :' then took a reoe-s, and' PIT'S ECONOMY !ti ,
dUN of the of the Chamber -'
with his hand continued. secretary refreshmenttoni of sandwiches
t national convention, arc speaking' ca-e "tmg -
Pnnce Stevens, keeping a dl-ur' of Commerce, who i+ al-o a mftn- punch aijd( cigars, were
words of warning: and isdom. The her of the League, were ordered remitted I-p1'\.cl l
derly hou e, continued. to art eijiii -uily! appreciative our
are Unarant
Hartford Times say: --- -- uidehn.tely. I a-.mhla -hurt.le.ehes were .1 : I

With ten 1ork' flertoralotrs nose SHAKE IT INTO YOUR HOES It wa ordered that the ?ecrtary: I heard f"'i'i! L'olti'i-ti'r J. }:. Milltnan, I' and take a lower tpJII'rltur.; t.: a-i any other on tin- 'j' '
lutrly 9catml to the electtonurn prrtw have a li-t ff name-of the munbers President \\'. :\. I (omit ol the Chain- Thf'yhavpauAb.lut..DIY,
drnta' now rector likely to tw the case, It Allen's Fad-Ease, imvuler.. It cur'. printeJ for he use of tie L"/1l .ill be nreI'810 allow the democrat of painful smarting, swollen ret and ingruine *- An amendment to the hylawwa" Hliei of the Lt-aguc. Jude A. C, Warranted Absolutely n.j"rl>-.s.i'Our .
nails, and irutaatl takes the
Nrn York to bare .m..thing to say about of corns and bu II ifill.-. It's the sting prettiest out intruudueedprnviditlgfora mf't'Ii'l liloiint. and ottii'i- - .. -- -- .
tbrrunipotitiou c( Uo platform which will comfort lin'0\ery of the 111(1' Alluu's Fuut- only once a month and w.i laid -
A lB adopted at hausasClty. hai otto Fa-e makes tight or new shoes feelass. over for action at the next meetingAlderm I The best 5 cent Cigar'! Ice Cream
It 1.11 certain cure fur sweating. callous Cahn of the I Freezers! -
in city court
be moderation std consideration all
and hut tlrl'dlchllli! feet.'rry it to ',, ,
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Along tbs lint-, and u n K>aUt\' cil, who was pje-ent." announced on the market is tie ; \\\I IL\XTJW TO I'UEEXK: : IX ''. '.
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mail for 2V 111 stampTrial whendi-cu -ion of the Garden :
pack Hire street
crlptipropo itioiih. ben anditrvuglh
DURH 4.M. them at
-tddres.Allentt.tlmstedLeCoy, ditch\ 'j ;
was begun, that the matter
will follow mid a \k'tort' can lit' \ .
l 9'11111 o\'t'lUbt'r. I --- .-- .. wato be laid before the city coun ID'Alemberte's. 1 "l'nce- Hi.'her th m fr It.::, nor mike- C"
LIB /'OKLt" \ plain them to 'IIU.
A .'..htkull"ull. Captured in Baum, on the ,

If there H any one department of coast Lieutenant of:Greenland Peavy,,the by 1rt'atrctlc the crew of -SBGERSON >:

the general government that, more I ,
explorer after a desperate tru; ale.|
than any other should be administered This 1II.llhter of the deep ithe fit, BANKRUPT SAlEi! I 107 South Palafox.

upt u strictly impartial uon- of his kind ever captured alive and -
placed on exhibition.The .
nectionalaml non-political lines, it
opportunity of a lift-tim* tosse .... i '
is department of agriculture, one of these tierce and terrible denizen c========:..-::==-::=--=: =-=- i ''Va WRIGHT cOmPANY.t .

and jet so far as the forestry division of the frozen north. ;

of that department H concerned Now on exhibition at 11 IL Inten- I have bought the Bankrupt Stock of Morris t).
and sectionalism, 'd-Mida t-treet. After )IaI"t at t
politics appear to Kupfrian'park.. .Admission in Goldstine"The Fair"-and will close .- -
have full sway. Ladies and LUMBER LATHS.PEXSACOL
c..t\t children especially ; .
That division i issues!: "pres! bulletins Invited.Fine oute fixtures l. ,
verything, including re- I
," the latest of which contain .
fight brief paragraphs the subj ct- !I i I f urlliturein.wl1Jl11zer' gardless of cost. L I .J ...

matters of which respectively, are: styles, including 'icker: .' ;;; \ \ _

I The early contemplated departure ,: rockers, at very reasonable Sale Begins May 2. I .
of the forester and botanist for the : prices. Their stock is com iI i For River butter green' :-iLl1tCt'I: t ,\ C' ,
West, "to make a personal invest.jratiouof I
plete. Don't buy anything Come Quick before Stock is Picked Over.{I and roasted coffee and : AJ>OI r ,
the problem of grazing inlb. everything kept in an up- _
turret reserves;" the planting of'iae furniture until you have to-date at H. I
grocery Mul1J .. '
ifynu Ii'-
: aiitih..ler's
\ feed near 1> unswick, Maine, seen Marston' jf Finch's t F. E. BRAWNER. 400 South Palafox ': tTJ"Jrht n.k f"r.-\ .

bolder the supervision of an em stock. street. Phone 213. : KUlltmalL As" '


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..;3i< ineetiiiio-democrat was I Street Pageant?cnic! thigAfernoon. t IR.i HALLID AI & CO.i V?i-t 1 11ft

,-. \Vrtkulli Cluutaturd.1Y: to r a.. iN
senator and select
atHii state Palafox street was thronged this I ,
: (ti'< t<> the state and conxre- OaokupIa1E
,, conventionThere were mornln to witness the gorgeous ]i .- --- ----.....
randidates for ..late senator, !! street. pageant in celebration of'jDewey '
H'lup. Nat It. Walker and I Day, conducted under the > Direct Attention to the following
I Uikr. lion**? was nominated. [
auspices of the Ancient Order of i' r
",I' "-it-* to thn flute cotuenwere .
: Hibernian and carried out in f
i instructed to for Reduced Prices
vote ;, cordance with the program publish ; for the "'
''..T.lirevard Mytr* for governor democratic ed in THE NEWS yesterday :; <; ---- -- --------- c,, ..
county ----- ---- ---- ---
will be held at Tituville I The picnic will take place at Kupfrian'a Week :1 .1
".ntioii Coming :
park this afternoon and there I I i J
u. !r V. It I)ii said a solid Uepgs I will be a splendid program of field ,1
:ation will be sent to the state i and athletic sports, which began at''' -
:itH n. 2 o clock. : HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCK OF ; \1

,:n.irie were held in Madison I! This picnic should be liberally 20 yards Soft-Finish Bleached Cotton for ....... .. .....$1.00 of d' .
:Saturday to select delegatese I ] .}
ty patronized and THE SEWS hopes X! II .
democratic county conven- everybody will attend. ] 12 yards Soft-Finish X-inch Bleached Cotton $1-00 :"i

.There-n the was friend an animated of J. D. Bergs fightw Ilukineas 11 yards 30-inch Soft-Finish Cambric....._ ............... 1.00 ;

,'iids I U. H.u Mays liege Thetownof delegation to Madi-the I Geo. J. Morgan Change retired from the First Quality LOllsd ale Cambric. . .. ...... ...11 1c yard GIOTHINU I AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS l m f : .

v-utiou untry, and precincts while were returns slow from iuft I firm wholesale of W.and L. retail Morgan butchers& Bro; 141;;.,
;, in, it U believed that )Ir. E. Intendencia str et. March 1. The All Our Best Standard Calicoes ._..................... . ._ .. 5c yard
. ",- friend; will organize the business I is continued under the firm ,I includes the Black and .*
of W. L. IFrhi Simpson's Gray Calicoes !]
.'tv' cinvention and secure the name Morgan & Bro. I "

Cation to the state convention. 30a-3t J i Our Entire Line of oGdnch English. Percales, of Eddie Goldstuker, adjudged ,

A NEW ISVENHOX.j.uiHMn2 I consider it not only a pleasure !\I formerly 1 9 1-Ec, now ........... ....10c yard ,

That Will Make the H ttIV I tell but a about duty the I owe wonderfil to my neighbor Curb It ffel to't.II Whip Cord and Ducks, formerly 15c, now 12 l-2cyard ': a bankrupt, I will close out .

tfrr You Fiver: TaMed.A ed in my case by the timely ue of''Imported 1 Ginghams fine cloth \
(( Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and very formerly

new. invention the way of a Diarrhoea Remedy. I was taken;;I 20c, now .... .. .... .. 0 ...............locyard ,* every articleRegardless '
V '
pot.known as the 'Kin-Hee I very badly with flux and proc urea a I II
k Coffee Pot," has just been I bottle of this remedy. A few doses All our Scotch Ginghams, Oxford Cloths, Cre- ,
u:,'d on fcale by Hentz & Co., the ,. of !it effected a permanent cure. I1: pon Xouveautes and Silk Ginghams for- i
,iiir erocer, and they are ex- take pleasure in
tins its merits by serving coffee others suffering from recommending that dreadful it to j\ merltj Soc, now ...... ...... .... .. 25c yard
TI their patrons who call for it. disease.-J. W. LYNCH, Dorr W. ;! of Cost
Call and Remnant
ill 1 e put is one of the simplest, Va. This remedy i is,, sold by Han- !'i see our Gunter Startling Prices will be made ;:
the very beat invention of its nan Bro*., :21 South Palafox street. on th'-rn.
K (d ever produced. It I is simple, I '
Ncununlicaldurable and dif- I Just Received.
HID w.VNTF.n.Will
d> from any other coffee p< t I i
him: thlhh'allll.e it and make sell to the highest bidder the A New Line of Black Ritbte and Lawn Shirt Waists-entirely new I FOR CASH .
,1 I "-ike. II wreck and machinery of the steamer goods, -French back :iw collar, new cuss I I ti ;
.iti'S,! are cordially Invited to call Apalachee, as it now lies sunk In ; .
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i -eetliis new apparatus in operatall Cnipola river, about three miles I .
.". at the store to-morrow above Wewahitchka, Fla consist. i I ,
rnoon, or any succeeding after ing of the following: : Two engines, I R. HALLIJDAY & CD.
u. lm-3t 12 inches in diameter, five-foot I
----- stroke doctor I Fixtures Shelving Show Cases -
one ; one
; pump ,
Hannah Brl,'. are_ajents for_ PeA4 pump! ; two steel boilers 8 feet by 42 Telephone I ft:} 3.:) and 3o Palafox Street. ,
iTiitigli; Cure: J)1lrrhll'l Hem inches diameter, and one electric .
and Witch Haz..l Salve. They '
ir.intee all three of these prepara- light plant W. R. MOORE I Give your orders to the A NOTED MAC1UXK.Thr Etc. will also be Sold, .

>nIl and will cheerfully refund thp'JIII'V 23j-lm; Columbus, Ga. 'drivers or phone 213 for SfirinrMachine sold of 0..V.1'ryor'ir .
to any one who ues them
-- -- 'anything in the
without being benefited. Price 'JOnt grocery liiij Furniture Jfr>it""r in ,
"'' each. Oats corn, hay chops, [dine Prompt delivery. H. tioftd throni/huiit the world furihte.r(1 I ,

cotton seed hulls cotton Muller 400 South Vala- ,., nt trork find lit/lit nnuiini/, which j I' BEGINNING : t '
Smoke DURHAM Ci- seed meal bran etc.. at H. fox street. Phone 213. n ry Iniumktcjirr waul Yon do'' : ;

Mailer's, 400 South Pala- \\nijt want a mat-hiiic thai it (elkrI '.
gars at D'Alemberte's. fox street. Phone 2 i 3. I Try THE NEWS Want Column. I Irhnuuengiaetorun.I Tlirn ('(jlltl' ...
1 1111/ : ; '
a lHill'illIf'l you one that will
-- you
dicayg be jthnxrd with,at a loir :
pyre front $.:!>to$.;0. HV ulncarry April 21.

1 SPOT CASH TRANSACTION one Furniture of the largcxt in the uji rity-f o-elatr.fnr/-, ,'uytljlIrom of i

( the cheaj'i4oNr Jim.t.

Your credit is good with us, and i "
WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1900.& ice nwufoutt' ---- --- .
0- == := :: : = :-_ ) :. ,
1\\\'f know .
nothing but fair d( diii!!

A Leading Manufacturer's Entire Surplus Stock Sacrifice Prices Mail onlrrx hare proiajif attmtion.O.M. .
I /'ryor' Rig ]\'holi\ ,*
.... Throughout the Whole Line. .... I ft tail Furniture Jfoiixr. N. Goldring '

40 to 44 South PIafn.r L.

Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear. I I Soiree .

I .: .
Miss Ruse Brown will jive a !soiree'
'Ililll'tilltl'NCHI: ;}DRAWERSSKIIiTrfCOH3ET: .T COVERS. CHILDREN'S BLTP.S. DRES.SES: I datisante at Clutter's music!' hall Friday .
JEll'1; manufacturers tell us the orders have been slow. They are overstocked-invite ti* to help them I evening, May 4, to celebrate thecloe DRINK ) ..

r i- nit way of doing it-wish we had more. You will wish the same if you neglect to share while: your i class. of the term of her dancing!:

I Admission_ 23 cents. Jatd J ." '..

During Mrs. II. I1. Ken : .
Gigantic Bargain OpportunityLot o.
dall's absence from the city .I '.-

'The Pensacola lrt JCcedle ','". .

= -- -- Work Rooms," n'1 o. 4 West J <.J. .

1 \ 11":1/ Chase Street, will be i .. .' '
'/ open : '; .
I I.j
\\.j I \ )/ II as usual. 4 ,
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10 Cents :r( ; ----.-- ") .( f t., /, ., \"\' 0 : \ Qf:1r 1 y ." -
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Can you afford ta waste time: making! these jra-mcr.s effort! .' 10 Cents? Don't trust these cuts. Come and see the goods. ,,
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Pi-tacliio ('ream \\ rf'r.OIllP'thlll ,
new. Your dealer -.tiould have /
Lot 2 :, ;\ ':"'). : them. _ ... ..
(I } ;.'1' f1rt) r .:} u *!
i15 i\
.c9/7j/i/\ / I, \ ,.,- I 1 h'' S
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,I j, I "<; "" COFFEE, COFFEE. :'f'. .
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CelH1i. < : ) t R : ..- \j l I; I' j f. \ 'L''r \ I 1 Roasting a Specialty. .. ;, ..:.. .. '

"_ L&L.:::: .:._::) Have tried Swans'Dot
So ve":! do"e for. t. .2 i i'c! money a. :* rrurvc!. TNirments! iak for thcnsjivss.: IAen; to tha. you AWARDFORPURITY. ;yr'; ,
.--. --- I en 11 our./ It is the wit itest 1 : .

;r' .I.'j.h, t'J'f'- and sweetest on the American :
Lot 3 !Ifl rTT7it's\ -'\ JI i/ '" \ \ t 11- '\yi{ '. market, in barrels, half LEWIS BEAR & CO. Sole Agents. ;t ..
i( ; t' :l lmrrel.s84 and 1J
J pound
r' ] "'_ -, .
) ; '
'''' I"I: 110r./ 1 \ / ,
25 Cents. \... 4i ( t l --r- =-.1" :. I )ik, t, _t'It ,!P '(.f'., "\ ; 1f pound sacks, wholtxale and A.LBO FOIL 1- '.
:.g f"l ? : \1\\
.. ., r' ;. ; cr' 'r-\ I. \\ '.1 r,, \ Old Quaker, Hunter and Parole Rye Whiske ys. .' _
,' \ Delatour's
Ix: t. f t l' f--, -I -) X 1.1! (. I ../ Try Ginger i '
0 .
sChesterfield: Bourbon Whiskey.-<$:* \ -
A Ir1\l"rtph:' of modern industry. Tae! a< n-.ny preenin his j-ciiir.ft! a'- you wish, ex:tpi tii Ro-.vns. 0.,'; one to a customer.! Ale; best Mineral JJ ater "
on the market to imported ..

lot 4 11: 1\ Qlii, : j\ ;\\T\."".4.tti'J'. fSfSD : !; 1 ;$1.10IJer goods dozen., and only' Iteprrtet N.\\-\I.Drily S1ILES for MAItKKlww Thr N>wb h) i I (-M'11 -,, :-.r'. M

; : \ I// 'I' : : < ;!r : : J Try our Freshly tousledCoffees. \le..u. A. M. Mofcm M: Co. I I ",a. .;.

Mb. sM/a, : } )><:' y?,f! ...m. 12: >RO i IJII.H ............._ ....rl 1 III +I I' 'p-in I I'f t'r-4 aid di-1tlUlI ., "r'. ltt
J L \ 1 Wtl.-.5. .... .pI, ..._. .__ i ,.t.
: 11'
.' ). ., ... .' LgS..1f'11 UGII, V .. .... '.'t. itK 14' :i = A-kHlr. dealer for them. ;.",
= : '
t. ;_ --\ ';" "' --: .'\o."" :::.:-o.-.w..c.- --_ !. Wholesale and Retail Gro- M .::::..:..::::::.._.. .-:' 11 i iK I II :+3 1) =' <':::: :. ::: !! .:.: : Price quality weight V j ,' '

These pictures give but a hint of the gnat values ofkrci! : at this fChance\ ; li'cc' ihi! :: era x'.lom: found. Take your choi; ce,. Phone 105. _._ ..... .. I ; promphleliveryandpoUte t : .
-- -- HPIIUTB TtlRPR01'rfRO"DII. ..
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H-r-. --rf / x JHt ----- -- attention guaranteed at '
L t 5 .f '-, i : :: gjj-r- J Try TIn NK\VS Want Column : .it H Mull"ir'stOo South a. .
,..{1'.:\" \ 4H"Pf" I } "'iIl'pay you P'; '
:: l\Y : street. Phone No. ,
,... y r
) '': 21 a. ; :
:::: fit ; NKITH ER ti lie rnptain. <>''"ton :
Infants and Children.
75 { t ( W ... ) We fill soon, receire -
Gants. n HIi ; nor roniiunrt-s, of the Nor.rNrdpiixIIiher. (i .... .
1 .-. .... / t' L,-'''' coiuruclfil) "'t pandtb.hadrbD >y the |ores The Kind You Have Always Bought tine lot of jiatent window : !
__ I' z3" : of said veti. S
H.hToLT/. awnings, wait for them : !
: vou'have any dxjbt about great vane for toe! mo.!.eyco::.e an! see our goods. Only: at this Sale can you get so good "alue. naaro.Dunwody&o.. CaptHin. Bears tneS'.Knature :
..1rI'IIOII V Finch.
'on'lglI y mutt ofAuger's &du < : : iS
Lot 6 k\ |7 ;)UT BARH.\ !(CA&, Fla.. April I ;
JL. ;all 1'!Iu). Sraled Proposals, in i,I' Hw, O,m Ruhuraat <
triplicate will! he received here un- Golden Seal Nu- I
till m.. May .". ,10+k)I. for contructitr deln's, broad and fine, at I

$$1,00 Pickeiii:; ordiruice, Fla. C.storehouse:'.!* reserves at risht Fort H. Mailer's 400 South !' J. P. CLEM ENTS, .:?; .. *. f '
4 '
to reject or accept any or all propos Palnfox street. Phone 213- r1urRrtroa. :: *] 1
aU thereof. Informationfornl.hf'd
or any part
''''- 1\<- -outb fnlafoi Mt.. rr'AnLAJLA.. t
_ Latest styles and shapes. If( you fail to supply yourself now you won't get another dunce. Take a few whgt they last on application. Envelopes No better for ''
Cigar :5JIt
'- containing proposal* should be: '.0<)U SEKVICK, ,.($)I> "'! l.-il.NE, 'if'r-*f- T.1
marked for Construetim
"Proposal -> \\* will be the Greatest Whit Good* Sale ever conducted in Penacr embracim us it doe', not only ;' addre=ed T. X. HOIQ.I.JIJ41d.26mt the moneymade-DUR. "LEAN IEf.-, <14)I. IAN ATiUS. ( '

fp''lint: iuiiiiiinable in Ready-Made Good, but a very Complete Line of Emoroiderie-. Luces, Inserting _- ; I,, HAM-at D'Alemberte's RATES : y1
1)metic Etc. --- -- --- t
and White Goods J'i l
-- --- 1ft
NOTICK.On I $1.00 per Day, i.oo per m .. ,

Ju ice June or Nt frobaie nett, we rur will nnn-mi potent.tit to'meJC.the ,, QIfr; i ir 25 ciitsier! fell>> Mi 25 '
1 3
Store. 1I Ii vouih rs. of the buMn-5-ii f the estate .< /
The Forbes of f.arbara K.: Stevens. den". i iI [
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w. E. "I.FR"/) 'I ': DAY AM XUJIIT.ttiy .l' a
aliotw; .td .:xec'u tuU. i i Motto: Absolut Purity l'rl'b'rt. Orierc II tic: e-'


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GOLD DUST was no hurry about 'teiliul'llt.'t so. lie FOREST FIRES IN THE WEST
was going to call on her in San Fran -

clsco. Besides her name and that she .Mli-Msan Town Practically Wlp: 1, \\\111 ,

was returning from New York, he Out-Heavy Loss In Lumber.MARINETTK .

work is had work without t CotdDust"1 knew this much about her-that shelived V"is., April 3).-Fores

on Pacific avenue lie U'llerod eras raed fariously north of Fisher
she had said sumetluni about the viewof jj
of thirou"iu
the! of
Mich., abnjr; right way
ii the t-ay from there! but ho had not ,
paid much attention.So \\ an'! llihigau milw.iy Sarar

they stood !'itll, side! up atuoag l.iv nail :inn:: -fay. The pr.jpi rty: d-imas !,
the anchor cables all that last morning wll be brjje. The town of AmireMiili.
TABLE CLOTHSA ., wa jinu-tioilly: -'r1 oat entail:
(peculating: ;: ou the points along the jug;: a l'.s of iPO.r more. Cnisidtrablo for Infants and Children.The .
crest rainy persons who live on farms sad ?tj coast, betting on the number of the I coflar: stock: at Nathan,

have 10 do their ova wishing, used colored table BUJ'II.en pilot boat, descrying the Cliff house also (lestrveti.The Kind You Hate Always IJnii-lit has borne the s ::o ..

| to live wishing. To keep them looking dl'k watching the city spreading out anj'over : rlival ran a sIt: eeiil: train'ap th lure of Chas II. Fletcher, and ha boon malt titular i b 1

lew sad from tiding use i linle xa iN its hills. Itrooke ?said "r.) Jove, rond im J>.I* .rr: iv M wan f hp,T>1 oi! personal Miperrisioii tin over J5O years.111oty no lilt j
Gold Dust Wishing Powder it is a big:; place; a lot bigger; ; than I the nrt- Th.- inhabit! \11:-. ->f the t.oW,1
to deceive in thN. C'unterfoit Imitations
jou ant
had supposed." It was cold in the ,. au'i Xthai veritdk.a M Peat
la the wish titer sod dry in the shade It Is line fur safety. "JII..t-a'.g.>od" are lint Evperiincnts, an bay to tho.-e who had from
come _
t up
wonderful pyt
how long pretty red able cloth will
I keep its freshness washed this way Visa\ red Fly'or the south. So, after the white tug wish DR. GEORGE E. TODD DEAD health of Chihlrt'n-lxp'ril'lll.e >/.xpcriincnt..

colored nipkins the lime wijr.Th ':ttU the gilt eagle; on the pilot! house which i
.......i....*.fiow.u".booklet had brought out the doctors or ci- B.'othf'r.ln.J.itw of AHf l.hii-oln Dip- The Kind You Have Always Bought;
"eoLCM aLt fug
lal t..w nqonl.. Hia-atromr toms IIt'oplII' something;: shot off In suuih ('iiniu.i.
t Bears the Signature of
THI N. K. rIIIANK COMPANY again they went and sat mi the crimson e'lRI.F..TOS, April ::").-Dr. Oeorg;

_I ii CMMf. IL U.I., N.w ...., ...... plush seat in the social hall. Miss E Ttxid form-rlr K-utnvky, brother

Farrar was little aliM-ntminJod. HvenBrooke ill-law ,.f Prt'-idoat Ual'.lI, is dead i;
-i---- saw It. lie laid it down to avery
- .. E-irir-vfll.; ia tin tate. lie hltIIi\"d!
= natural agitation i at having to

,4 A LIFt ON THE OCEAN WAVE. deep: the waters her byways asle'p.a.I.p leave Lim. However he would lix that cine there with f jr many.T'utUW.M years practicing iu that ;ail nitili-aJ ,

." and ended with the sentiment in a day cr t\va.

Aeon0: evata'r. that "thus true lovers tasted life. Stall, They! came alongside the duck at la-u. juijiiuxoiiuaties.H" :1'.1'hatt' .. .
\ I .m i r i'-" '
"f. | Stall. He had a very nice voice. MK A fellow raiding there foremost : : Isl3aid wa was for u luny time t"r eN"N OMP.NW 1t ........6terrt N1WO" .,Tot
wore !! .1r. I ui'i> rive I- _
.\ the taw:. tVir: r til ltep I InJ Farrar told him so and wondered how among the lutle crowd lifted Iis. hat."Ry with the T-xAi 1',1111'. on the B:( _=-_ =-==- "'""""' --.A... .----r: L--. r "'"

LiMin talc edge,'. I plug I I much Itm!:!.>r. at the average calculation : Jove, it was Tom.11! How could', Grjadf. AfterStarIIi"'reel 1 the c"ii:

On t.i! .u 1 I. LIU luriKiiv; shore; i. it would; lie before it would come he have guessed that he (Rrooke) wouldbe Mcnite .statei with diitiuctiou as a:

OX:The(,I.e s,.tuE III'i-J UK the failing:t<.":.[-hiinc.. f9 T= DR. JIOBrJT'SEETHIN AHajs Irriiatisn; Aids D v

ties; nut that s!'e was }iu any ha"te. the cal-K-s again now. Free DrIUrry. 'JI i
n.'irv on do ir<'k I sisiJ C In the contrary, she l.ked it as it was. "11:1\1' a rood trip'Tom called.Rrooke I 5trcngthrn> the (
WAsniNt'TuN April :3))1.-H'pI"f'oo'ltn
(of imn swift Kli.teraLtit !
i.-j .. What could IK more charming than tn' started to answer but Miss ; Makts T thini !
-j-1.: !jr( rll t 0 the Un:; tivt- Atwater has culled at the p-i-toflii-t! Sfe
The :al. I liiiv. fj'r ..'?ft. drift on OUT the smooth wafer faintttt F:1rmr'us in ahead of him. He \\":I4fonrprisl'I. (Teething Powders) .
d V., -hunt Iltm,. li tl.- .. foam, ; "j> rUinz: blue in the early morning deep not to say a trifle annoyed :
llp, an wnm'. .. !
L.l ai 011 an bird .r hi ne'il :1' Waktcounty, N. C. lie was inform
\\' lrlll l for o.t on thee a. gray at sunset, afire with phosphorescence something: about Knouiug; I'.ulton.Wliile that an i hi-p ,'tor would bteat at onct wllS ,?**..J Or YI. 1 renti10 C. J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS MC;

at night: and to lIa\'ever be idf they waited for the gangplank to inve>ttpitst the matter anti rcpfft on
The 1 Ur'I is t ro lonji r I., view.The you a youth handsome, agreeable and to be put down I'.rooke: decided! the merit of the ca .\ H* to 'I'>- .
i'i IILS in if lucun to (rout.EJ ,
| \Ii:" a S5ouiratl an I rr wste'1i devoted with that devotion most flat- that lie might as well give Miss Farrar cure rural free eli't'rfill'. other: conntu .

guy lit me ttlori" rome iln'nj tcring to a votuau's ;oul-the proprietary the solace of a hint of his intentions. -. in his distnc-t., _. A. M. AVERY

And III. suiic of our hrarts shall' be.liili everylmdy else keep off sort? .\ Iay I call tonight?" he asked.: He At C. 1'. Thi>iii|>Miiro. pAIe0NSortd
\\ iheamd,1)Jtlxaat'rtnee i youth always perfectly willing to I.ti did 1tIt I., proprietary pantomime for
.. ( ewooryou.'
A hnlllf nil Tlti* ri'l.llli Crane's Ladies' Note Paper andEnvflopea AtoWY if
A life tan tl.e them O Ate: i ton talk about him or to do It hlm.sclf. Tom's h'ol'fit.Ii"s} Farrar blushed! to matcn. : IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFaard'TVTare

I:;.'"s :.,rant..r Miss! Farrar knew all about Brooke. ', and Levitated lie interpreted It a< Cambridge Linen .and Envelopes.Hurd's : .

not only what Le had told her but consent and was so pleased that he Parchment. : :

.:'+-:+:-+t-K>+>-:+:+:+:-, what she had observed, which latter wont a little further. "I want to s'v Invitation Paper and Envelopes.

{ Urooke did not take Into consideration you quite alone dear." Linen Tablet. ,

I He Wished She Had | though It was Iruiwrtaut. She knew "I'm I"tnlIy"sht staned, but at Frosted Velum and Envelope Iron Nails Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat uppMe4. COokii) '

who he was and that he tad been down ., that moment the gangplank was lowered English Note; Hatin Wove ; Tissue and Heating Stores, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
and the l Paper; Dennison's; Crepe, Etc., witha
A Tale ct EUippointt: J Love.: T In Quito for the pat two years and
Brooke followitl tier Farrars down general assortment of stationery.C. Agate 4,d Tinware and Houscfurnisliing Goods.
that he
was now going up to San Francisco V. THOMPSON,
;i; 96Y G iE COLEtl OYERTCH v | to be best man for his chum who carrying his own suit case and her No. 30 South Palafox Street. Onus Pistols and Flshinar Tackle.

was atiout to l>e married. "It's aa old bag.
i j : c..:+: I'-O: "i+i+! he from i "So you two came on the sam EMPLOYMENT OFFICERing
explaluwl'datln,; 1! AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giam.
boat? Tom was saying, and he wa:
They tout had letters to the captain, our College days. We agreed i then that 3s2 or call at the office,
holding; her hand all the time too. "I up Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company Laftln A Rata
and the cnptalu lutriHluceil thetiu: Hername whichever should marry first the other II North Palafox street, when in
thought perhaps you might. Of course Powder Company, Johnson's Ealaomlne, Iron King and Buck's S:. ,,,. .
was Fairar, and the elderly gentleman should conic from the enlof the earth [ need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
who was her father, called her if iieeesbary to see him through. Tom ;I you know." he beamed upon them Business Ant of the Carpenter's and Ranges, Wm. Coapa A Co.'. Raw Hide Lace Leather, Muary'i Raady
both "that Brooke is to be our best !and Joiners' Union, will furni h you Midi Railroad Colon.Masonic .
\Ylnificd. Tin n they all went in search bent for m. and here I am. Miss Far
of their! asked what Tom's other I man. Wlnlfniir with the desired help on short no
rcsHTthe| staterooms and did rar name
"Ye ," Winifred said, she knew. tice. n2otf Temple Pen"acola.I-"la.
not wept again until dinner.It taught; be. It was 1. 1l0D. Krooke forgot ,
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was only the first dinner. The about himself Just lung enough: to "It's funny you struck the same ....
boat" Torn insisted. "1 wish I had No refrigerator on the
purser, who Is undoubtedly heaven'svicar ask If she happened to know 1'olton
but he thought:: to cable you old fellow, that market can those sold 'HI. H KNOWL.E3. W K. HVKB. JR.. 1'Ro EM
on enrth in the matchmaking did not li Miss Farrar would Iw aboard."
business, had not had time to observe ed. He interrupted to wonder If he by Marston $ Finch. Call Presideat. \'Ice.l'r..Md"nt t ashr'r. Asa a- '
DYes snd! Brooke. "I wish you
and distribute fittingly, "0 they sit would have a void time In :San Frsn-
had."-Argonaut and see what beauties they
wherever they listed or wherever they 1 Cisco what sort of a town was it for

bad to, which for I'.roo'e! was across I a fellow who didn't 1.:11'1man)' poopie are. First National Bank
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the table and not e\eu o]>i>osite to IlI'r.lie ? MM r.irrir explained ami.ibly.Now. !tflatr .* find Maid. HARPER is
Whiskey music
towel as he took his! seat and he every out' knows that the pleasantry Mistress-So; !; your first name Is Clo- bottled poetry, ripe, mellow, refreshing -
rinda. Well. I think 1 will call by
bowed when whirlinl around and gut and iuo>t fitting occupation a you and delicious
up and for the rest they 110111 comers- woman can have is to talk to a man your last name while you are In my OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
ed with each other vhf the cajitain. about himself, that: mi\es him service.
That i-xei.lnj nrnc.'t'nt into the like her which is, of course, her one New Maid-Very well ma'am. l( DX EOTOR.8,

purser's cabin to look at some jn-arl-i object iu lif.Hut: even a charmiuipirl. MNtress-I'.y the way, what Is your Pensacola, Fla. i' WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F, C. BRENT, W. K. HYER. JK

tied up In the curlier of a 'grimy hand who understands her place in the la.-.t name? -- -- --- D. O. BRENT,

kerchief. He del: not understand that schi me creation, has an undci lying! New Maid -barling mn'am.ew I will repair your watches and

pursers Sir exerything and on not n.t-d human taste for jUSt a pinch! of variety. York Tribune. jewelry in frst-clasa style J. I.

to be taught their 1\Isl\l"ss. I'.rouko Miss Farrnr woM! hav.likc..\ Stephen r rriE:r: a eG D mnU( tx n nLI Oo OU il A ail III B

was one of those plcastut' people' to to Lave him show ",,':11' iaterest in herself THKMOVT STTimOUN COl'GIIreultir I -

have about who go on the supposition| as disccnnect-d. frota hihi f->r just g from an attack < fid grippeor

that yon are a fool until you prove five short minutes. ,k- ill 1 n?t heavy ( Jld.11I1IId yield In the wondcrfi -
yourself otherwise, which is a rule of think of that Ho wtnt ou to tell her -1 healing; properties of FOLKY'S eW@ draw oar own Bills of Kxchanjre on Great Britain Ir" '
Frauca Austria, Italy holland Spain Belgium, Rna N '
conduct having the properties' of a something that had 6:'pp.'nl.\-1I.tW\'I't HONKY AND TAR which strengthen : 3t Germany.
I tiweden, Denmark and other European countries.
Uiocicraug. $o lu brought the COUMT- Tom and 1 himself at college.; .soaethins! the lungs and makes them i way

>:tticn round in this wi.-e: He asked If. in \wMiich he tigur-sl rather inure nv.1itably soundV.. A. D'Alt-mberte. "
"Ve3sel Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, at 1 ,1 : .r
tliey: were likely: to hate a pleasant I; than; Tom ,!H.n.1 she listened ;. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or FU\,1t1 t t .. .',

ip. The 1>II''f'r said that they as she watered the: delicate y"ilowooaM after Vessel Arrives ltllt.
ly did at that time tt year. nouII-1 of Lower California.! forsaen: oft

hoped the passingors: would lie Jod and titan ef all but the sweiping: L'Safety Deposit Boxes: for Rent in Connection

able too. The purser: tlnxight the Far ulnas and the whipping; waves of the with which we have. Private Apartment for the the

tars hxvki'd pr'iiii
so, too, and :IIMI"1. "I wiy. rmi r(' going of a SI'i mly int-rest !in what a fellow 4 ,

to put tsiibe .lde Miss Fnrrar. are was saying but she was thinking of r

you not?" 1:5aid that he wa, ail other things; of how he would have :_

I'.rotiki' linriisliately! lost all interest in brought upon himself! any con
the lit'.li' nicked; nubbins If :pearls nn.H'nt .! that ml-jlit now en-ne and GEO. A. PETERSON McMillan Bros. Co.'Coppersmiths

\ ba.'!v n:: .1,,,'''. where! it v.ittiwl.. ef hoit would serve Lint roil and .

and tin- purser: smiled!! as he hvked his right anyway. From which It may be Dealer In '

treasures III tl.e sate a.iu.Itr :: scn that! appearances are deo-ptive! "TOUR Wlr 1\PUr1't..
I and Sandr'.
Ki> (':III!"- !'a to Irl' ::ttt a lilt!. and that tlu most lovely wotuaa may Bieysles Bicycle

late the ,111'\1: morning.: Miss Farrai: hare ? streak of meanness In tier you Agent for Rambler.Cleveland and K.cyele ,
was already seated. liHiUIi! :; panlrw-! would never sil.-p a('t. Kiryui'. MIX 1 ears vxpfrleucA In Kpnina *-
< ol bicycle, t.b Regt-ten, May objeck to gittln'
larly nice too m v.;I-at: Is known onion Poor r.rno'ae.: who had :given !her his '1 yp..wrii as ""0.II c' -oft. white! material." whole ItI'artht'.tlS sure of it now Hi any lock. Etc. and buildm' the fire in

with a gaudy; silk Fa.ami sliaul and meant to tell !her so rune time 12 West Romana Street. the mornin'. but if you Httufactaren of and Hudqurters for the
Around her houMerv, The Int''lllg"it! I'ounD'r si) much as guessed at ItShe a5nw
waiter showi-d Diooke to the next commence with her at
: knl'h. did not. He dJ not

vJalr. Miss I: Farrr.r a.-kiil him! to ex- guess anything! ; all about her and did i once you may be able to Celebrated McMillan Seamless Still.c.II1a
jilain why it Is that the MIII rises on not try to. A woraan Is a \aln creatureat overkum this prfjoodiss.I .
the wrong side if the world In I'anamc bottom. She Itkes to be made to
LilY which gave: him tJv r''luj.lh' think! that SOUK' fi w of her tholl';!1t;; regret to obsarve that Idido't ifs jlnjs oa bad aU rtfjirfc$ fca b ltl l catrj.

feelln: t>f'| at r.iuv. He dial : and actions have a minor sort cf ln- -KOK- commence ary!

not happen io know that it did; !>. I.i poitance. There are men who understand MOBILE ALA.
\it enuff. It was a
(:lUSt' he had nut Uvu ui to see hut this and they get ::oM; Avis 25 CentsAT
he explained it. After breakfa.t *I rather cold mornin' whenI
anyway. The other sort ends like as rhoumuiucompris. .

he Iniiisht: her fn'iii I, Cut hf begins it by being; -- fu..t proposed the idee
the buniUutA alongside and tell lithe -: II nll'l'11(101. r.rooke felt that he was
would show her at luuchi'ou how to understood better than t'\er IK'fore. Nick flpostle's Restau ar.t. to Hety. It wasn't well THE ORIGIN AL- *

eat taei.i. :She! knew but she pretend The woman of so much perspicacitywjs received: and I found

1'\1 $t>e did nut. and Brut ke'h npiuiuu: cf tie for him. II there
:) one :IWCUT. -hort Orders Promptly Nerved all Hours myself layin' on the tl<>orpretty

her attrr.ctieus waud.After of May or N Ijbt. tuddftit. > ST t ONIS -
i the: course of things; i:> There is more catarrh in this section ) -
general was us smooth as t'.iat of tie } of the country than all othersilifiises Fish and Oysters in All Styles. I thought! I'd grit up and '

Vessel as !it cut its w:'r stateswai'ii put together. IIIH.llllltil the bild the fire my"elt.-
through! tie pale sumuer si a. I'y day la-t few years was supposed tit bt in- Nick Apostle.

t they -;:t under the awnings: and talked curable. For a great many yp-)r Artemus 1Vard.DETSY 1 A B. C.JBL ..P j

and b} uight they sat up in the Low. doctors pronounced it a lo :11't1i". will build the' fire if youdive
\\where. !if c'a"f". and prescribed I local rent"die*. ni.
way: up iu \erjak.|
and by p''ti-tantly failing to cure by KN Wtt n I her a (r.b RANGE.and .
you Mid the least nB-fibe| } ;pwnl l'ilin.1
local treatment, pronounced it iticurable. you can Itep: until BEER. I
I.f excellent ,
iou <>f xourself-and a girl : i
cnuld'fancy '| :Science} has proven catarrh breakfast is ready. Betsy cm .il-o
tale to help! lute rilotig-jou to be a constitutional I ili-ea-i r1' ,
rather Mizgestcd Tristan. '! sleep a half hour Ionu'; -r, a-> the fire
: Ion ;land there fore iUiicsi'on-5' ftutioiialtreatment.
whichtllruau in a g:',01 cigar; whirred : llall'-> ''.itarrli Cure.maiiufaftiireU GENERAL INSURANCE i5tirteJ in-tantly. Simply strike a 1. J. VIDAG
S 1 Wholesaler.jj
l' ilut of fie girls just enough I by F.J. (.' 'tevi; (',,.. match and your lire i.* in full lTct .

light in darkness to enable you to stv Toledo, Ohio, i is the tmly con-titii -A..ND- in one second, day or ni;lit, anytime

a to pair you of is admiring as pleasant gray a way eyes of turned passing!up! tional internally cure on the iloffrotu inarket. It II utaken Real Estate Agents, in the year. 7; lisa mmi!< aura? iNEB: iipani m nM ::::

an etcning as a fellow could wish.They ilmps to a teaspoonful; It act ilirectly '' Janes ail Es&3& Sjnazi leleliratei Tbi.
I' 0 i the b'ood anil tnuci< ur- PJoSS\COLA, 1o'L.-\ -
sometimes watched the :SouthernCros Ore -jOO Ranges now in
tai fa I'"* of the systeto. Tht'otT..r ,> --- -
:shining all alone! on its field of I d rtollai- for any ':" -. j it fail- KKPRESKXT TWEXTY-TWO TRt Use in Pensacola. f yB Tel H BDITIE OF m\\ TOE C.

blue black sweeping across the heavens to cure. Send for ir-u are and testiaiouial LEADING FIRE, LIFE, MARINE, s I'HOXB 1.14. : : : : P O HeX r.H7

and they were silent. Silence and ], ?. A'Mr-! ACCIDENT, FIDELITY, PLATE r t '
have accomplished F. J.Cnn\FY'o. GLASS AND STEAM BOILER IN- cf TRADE
the Southern Cross
many thing: *. i Tokdo, Ohio.FoLI JUKANCE COMPAMFSAfeiis .. Ranges Set on Trial.AS 't tie Ii*>llvcr to Any I'arl nf th" \tv,
I :. .. .
They went ashore together at Man?:a.nll1o by diuggit. jc.HollI's ; iete'S1 oi .. r* Atl >rder left at Tc Office. Vldal A Hmtt), ii t "
tne EnnitaMi RANGES $13. CGMECtei Frse. -
also Acapulco.. anti they two Family J'ilNare thbe
alone In the boat, the elderly geutIonian -
being Life Limm Society of ite

the beautiful having Mexican, gone ashore youth who ahead rowed and \ Bean tie CA.STOn.eta t.e.! ha H3 e.A A''In' aJ : Unite. States Pen acola dGis Co, TRY T N NLtV' WANT& CRLWMN !

Dot counting he sang softly tint the t.glttl.'e .Jflt.-s!.

waves were the hjshways; to det'jj so lUlESPOXDENCE SOLICITED 1 i5O. 3 S. PALAFOX ST.



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room's WASHINGTON, April 25. Regardingthe
41 ,'.unlt !'r..II:!>l1hrtlBI'IIf' lie 1'resenc of Mind Pmentrf OUR A':
tension between Chili and
Any crloiis Damage. present :Ji
J'\or AdoptinsTiiat'-jstfin.I ; I I t

i \ s: '. -.t. Al t.April3t.: =Tuere WSW"Vri13fDnring the marriage I Peru over thq future control of theIro.inre -, 't J; {. !

PI.hibi.I of the Russian ambassador; here ; of Tacna and Arira an authoritative t_ .1
... the '
: j 'w/ ain :;; statement of Chili's side of the ) *

A!.:' .:tits ovr t- t'uoruin.tti'JIl M. DySrahl, the Count Alexis Darditoff case has been made. It !says the Chilian '. :... -.i\ 1

','." i I., ,:,.1 -it Ojx! )lua by in the Ru'>iau chapel: Loud n, this af I government is in no way responsible for

t-, f r r '> L.'!;evtd that he tt'tin ma, which the Prince of Wales. the hitch providing for the final disposition i L >R

Lord Kdsobcryaii-1 raoi-t of tlu of the provinces iu question.VtItlrman :
_'J i vr ie!: f r rli a h :tbn of XAiIE'SI : l *
Vni'f ;rtate: > ana other members of thtdiuloiiiatic
r 1 !;I\\ t., rr';:1::<11th,) Iiqudr+ I \ "'Of'If'e President Bee y
; i'.hlLjti'Jlll c.jrp- \\ere preccat.the 1.dde'f'nil 'J : +
i- taught fire fr.rai a candle which bhe.irri" ;, IIo\G-KoNn, April .-It is reported t I
i1 tuuip>'UMiry i> it tep tiF ) I L I
..''.' "" awl thlr.t. i, far b".ttl'r <-.
.. .: tat: bu>iiMfts in the hands ; his jrt'ace of niiuti, *'iL American general is leaving for lie worlds Triump Master\ Brewing \\l
ig! the \'t'llaud -uhtd the ieiil "
1-. fju > the United States on a pnhtk'al minion.WiMeinan 14' r :

". .1, .'.v: r1I' Prllhitaitiotto Alabama: ; that"Janis tinli.cnsed blaze twe"J bv hi"'rauj.liag hawk.: th'- tauzy fabrics be Republican, it I lenders i> said,in has the been west asked; to & Only the f finest materials enter i, to ; : PASTS 1l I

T::re wa intense excitement until: i' it.The of brewjng is conduct w y
i in i1!nut 12: or 15: come a candidate for the vice presidential J process ? led
was found that iiu s"rious dauuifre hal < 5a first last
to ,
:' '11. Mi>ufp. iury, I.1Jn.% .' floiie. nomination. | frcnj scrupulous .'

,\'. TalLvh'iraVjiIk': 'r. M-ir- tu ---, --.. I'rlnters! Locked--Out.AY..TERD.UI care by master breuers of life-Ien if '
i -.". Cl lhlla\. Calbimii: His countNot: Short. ?tee

,..' ..,.t:.ily olio or two ohcr.c ATLANTApri13' .-J. D. O'llt-raol I K. Y., April:2.-The! city experience. c c-ci&V/tS: arc brews J ,
and will 1/t" joare $!ad to know apd proud to
the Wine Co is without newsjiapers today ( Iff "
'F'N03. V/ANT LIBERTY.Vit : a cuui'uay publishes artitrtntnt remain K until Monday and perhaps) -..... introduce a friend to. rJJlTIJ. 11n, ., '
denting: the alltitl hhortap;
lunger, the proprietors of printing estabhJiment Order a. case "': liJ about ono pairs of1inir
\1" 'e.tiv! 'o \'hrtnwrl- in the! a'-wcnts (,f Ch.lrl.Valktr., and the of v ill ,, .
f.1'I1I'.r s.utli-ri of ho > managers news legged, stort legged,
rail tt.iys. maiuzir cum .
'- Ail II-LJpain: Gran- p.tav. 1 If rtatithat \ValkerV ueconnt' jajH-r O\\:1IJg. Laving htriko.Locked out all the printers 11 THE CHRISTIAN! dfcellrin BREWING Co. k cr? .. slim, fat, pu '-y, bow
; to a
anin ir-xnl shape.Calker, it i i-, fur Q"1'' of '
1 .1 I N.i-hvills, wlii was with T'ai-r; stated, is a -t.ckii Mer iu the: craw 1 No lrarllh on Mill itlon. I \V'I ffvifpac'fyi;:= .Unlimited.
T '.1 :i ", c repnieKtAfincaw daring: ]auy. 1 '. I all ort*; of legged! gar- ,
\YA"'HI'l' GTON April :2S. The announcement &&XT* .' i
mot out of
war au l who i irii i- Cd.ii.ilnO ; lI'III1'f'r HI'I. f -:{ ,: '. i" I I : as; they got
from that th s (

army iu the Philippine.! \KU\:,. Cat.pril m: -Captain C. government hai rurally Niarugua canceled the I.-.u." n .'f.../t\........;..;-, -.,;:. ", I .(1\-;'; I I the our clothing boxes and tables.up; onto i

: ". suing; t'i.ifri. iil 111 this L. H'Hij-crof the Uaittfl Stares marinarxiiv canal <,)II'I'- bu prHiittnl to the: Man

-'I!'! t.j the PlliuiU--.)*: .d l He time 'anal' have hFWIS BEAK & CO.. Wholesale Dealers Peu-acola: .
.. tt i' dead nfr C"; wag coinimiii'lT company cu: no material 500 pairs of pants in one
i tt -r !10' ipir{ .Irlt nut ready to of the tug; t. rwiu, Bear andi.tliir effect upllllh con' of, th 4 .
wavs, they, dui: want our vex-ls. c-oinmaurti'd! .''I the cut- ('arJgulC'al1.1111* prwid"l1lU the, leg .:.11 day I is; a good many, but

'.,IN. wmi't have it except! uu
.1' ,
thiImyonet. They
> may
A'luiiral D\\'I'\ lie was a ua are a dollar a pair, good '
.. k .t.le Irad':'rPro,-ncaally it Matemri.t. 1 '.
tivioi Ni-w Haiup>Lire cas-iraere Some
1'11.- pant
tli. in, fir ti'ey I u""l t'IIM' proin NEW YORK, April :as.-The weeklibank ,

f "II.- au'.1!u'r. 'i'ln-nn-tii-ally, iniiitient to CiHifc.le.-ute Ut>:ul. statement shows the: fullowitifi Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co. are two dollars a pair,
.II-b! ;uv..keiiir; from a lull}?. good ca.iinere; pants. .s
)1II.T1.G: :\., \priI3'J.-Thl' Ladies'Me'uorial 'chalices<': Surplus rr..rveincreasei, I
01! \\liu-h I ouletimesduubtt i
: a'U three dollars'
: 110'nT UOV' Some are : a
t\\-\HF.R. O..F1n:
: rii.ilNrapa'de of reuhziii unilervii.ii a. oci.>ti"ii and Daughter;; 1 IT'.t.HiJ: ; lixiniucii'aM', -7,71o.5W:! ; sj IM DAVID EDREHI IuRNMENT: ", UtItf.: l'E.sS."f "1.\. rL\. : t

t ; -.. They want hl*rty." the! C\t'fetlera''v of Marietta are matin," tie incn-iiM', $1,629hJt!: ): legal tender> ., pair, good cassimere t'

an d t'.lrr to er-cf a mminni'iit tu tilt incr,'!tw'. ji.Wf..Kii: ( ): (diixits.; inrn-ji-v, "antonw t. are two, e

M'l-uilij'lir I \t-uT.inn menmryf te! :UItIO '...nif>'rtenit henx"-, 'I tl.-tII.lI! :): ; circularmn, decree, fail l, TIME TABLE. ,\ three till four dollars:' a

wiu-e! |MIHlie in niinnrke"! prave-.ui NX). The kmk< now hold Jl7,074.15: in '.
I say Wi, 1 191M( ), the' Y 1'. (l. U.t thei-.iuti-ili-ratecf.i'jtery: at this place. e.cenf th- rtMlm1enutatsof the :25!; pt'lc..ut : pair, good worsted pants I!

t nivcr-Mli-t! church will wire -. -- n.l -. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROADIN -
Ii..r' r.tId iiiu>nii/ht! exrurrioniui. Arsii"'iit; In Kentucky ('U,". -- -- KKKFCT .JAM'AUY. IW\ )). ,
-: The l rr.aphid and a -t iii.iit Ni-.irat llaii'l. ;,
W-nvri; April' 30.The arzuHI ; -
:.. b.ire; h.ive 1 lt' eti chartered forI.a RAI.r.tin.pril :2!>.-There an>mmon Nn. ':. I No. :!. 1).1. \o. 8. ..
n. Kliait: inu-ip ; rp- -it in the Kentuckyiviraorshipca.; .-! that M-iiii-iiii-iit the tax a.siucnl U:. 11u..n I' 111'1'I III 1''It. 1'0'01"rrl".. :: 'pm : .,. a m2t .
!. 'ui'i.twill be f.n'PII by the wa h'and ii the LTuitf- Stag's Fupremiuvir a :, pnl : It::JII nlllhl Arrive Flnmut. Arrive !:4pln :..:, .. III .
casts, which iuvt'he uu increase of the 4Iput :itiain At nrr.llubtlr! ...brier I Caroon l 12::I" uthtaxiiput

t tn.ij'-.. -. Atiipl-"r all\ Who areutntrod.lion'viii! wish l 'oetl" Full < '\v.i IW.mode t'MlaTht.alt h..taliIf first(;niveruo jireMnt..ti taxable! value of the railroads of suuu 001": m i i" 1\:111"7:411alit III Arrtve..lontkonnry"rln'N...\\' "r"'nrrn"Arrn'.. 11.::'+'iam a III '"..j:.I pm pili WE[; i DO ij NOT" 'j

110,000.(to J. is near at baud.New i Na-hutr; :
,: : i.." uldrwill:! l-t- tr\-III..t..r. Tdylur b;>- Attorney llihu I'ruwChief -. :alum' i'Upm Arrive. .Arrln' 2Jiaut: :" oaulIuoon
-- --- -- :::.III litrrl'p Lou! vIIIr..Arrtvr YI2pnt : :'Sant ,
National Hank. 4:1"1'11I: I ;:'.' *., iii 1.1'5:1 1J1II I I' (. I'BETWFEN'
hav ) hn- ni K-S igu| > .
'Oi'C |1).dejc> to those! who
1, feiil'nit' I lilfUiUr trllllhlI.) j.i i I.. Wm'iTo"pril :3).-Claude M. GREEN U.E. S. C., April as.-A new PENSACOLA AND JACK80NvcLL'f:. .

: .k-. "-':1"or" in"lif-ine like .T.iliTi-on, chief'f the t.Ul'IIUIf: cn rav111 "- national bank, the thin institution o1' buy pants for advertising ipants

I i\ Kli-NKV: I'fitE. It alwaytit and has temli-red hiininatiini it< kiwi in Greenville, i i.< to be e.-tab ..0.- ..I. I No .".. .....41." ._,. \n.II ..._._ Y
tl.! KIUNE'VV.. A. D'Al- printing Sir1'rollofr.. ( ? hhd here.: The new bank will be cap :iiui,,ht! 7:0)aut' .................l'l'n..o1I! .. .. .. 11'pm ::!t'pm '
'. rtf.: t.i age. ituliz! -.Int $l'>)M")-). nearly all of whicl I I'!:aamcht:: I 7i4ain: Minot torant 5i'pul Illll'lloses-fo ftoandcheap. :;. 1.
--- :':\am IIiiltl11: ieIuntnk5prings ":Ilpm:: :':'pm
Kt-oliitiun Killfil.ViMHNi.T ha" lat-<-n "ub-ciilw-d. rain III lu.yarn: .. hllJI..y 4atpnn I::,,; pm .' :
c .' '1I11t!: I". -Irtol: ::1l1d t waitKIUV -- -- ;:'want 11l laam "anHnll/\ .. 1I:1: + IJI\ 1 IY:.oijlltJln
't[,e III our l'l.,.IiLt' '". 'tar l.aulI' \ : ''i\. \pril :> ).- Uy a vnteiilJn Dar'li-n )l.trid IaJail. ,:l Iau11t; ilsna.n lwtrJuncttan, !.:a I pnl II'a IU Wcbuy good pants, ...
t.i! i tht-M-iuiti-n-fa-cd t >"insult Ih 1 ):' p III I RI Iurha! rr :;::4 I p fI r-, .
MARIETTA Ga., April ?S.- The ui-fn" :: !a p tit .I:t" k'nnrtin' 1.1' a 111 .
with t'ao: liKr.i
reolutluhs.t'ymitthy U'ibert L. Darden alias S. is:; that made
pr.-ucher, : ---- -- are of t tI

: : IIt)1'll DAILY AIARKKT\ REPORTS.COl' Uawsou rwv'utly arrt-sted ut Biloxi,, -
MHS., has been brought here by: Deputy I : .
I'll.<. iRE OP.lGiXAL
good goods jmntsprovided
hheritl Anderson and is contiut-d in Marietta ; .'ilichie Saw Vo-ti: April ;\0. ""J!" (W4' PABSTI

January . . . ... !J llG .... !!.I" jail.ChocolatE'.
....t eeoru.ry.. . . .... t. tiuarru with all the comforts of
t f1 .. . .. . .. .... !D.21:I K Kntl1I k mil Hm I I
-- ,I {.'\ April . . . . .... ? 4 t,
I q \1ay. . .. .... .. .... 115 4 .... A 5'Juae C/ rr BOTTLE home watch .
11..1.z' .. . ... ... .... \/1/ .... \\I.r" BEERS. ; front pockets, .
1 .. July . . . . \115: .... \I... A. FKIEDMX '. "
r. }\"t, August.. ... ..... ... 9 J1 .... 11 34r ,
i., -ta' : .pt..U\l' .. .. .. .... .5i .... to 5iOctober. i Crf'amfillt Wafer. I pockets, (to watch your t .f.fI ;
fl--; .. ... . . ... s.a: .... hl: If your dealer I ai not got them tell Proprietor.A"ENTi I, .
'- f. .. ovombeor . ...... h.l;; .... *. .Iu..ce'1lU !him to get them. 'I .V
-'J:' I = r ." ( t-pot cotton dosed steady raid ling! up- FOR 1 \
\-I"f\fY""i'hi \ 1 Medicalclt'J, Attention. ;'
; : IIIDII 1-1 Ilk ruidilhufj gulf Jo 1 Ida HEALTHFUL fi'i'
i.1i GR.\ iSA4: : ..\. 1/ .. J.-I J. There will be a regular; meeting of High-Grade Liquors. cane your wife wants to see ..,.
--.. 1' : CHICAGO. April 3J ul-BM cLne41CnKLTlprl -*
"illHHr. the Ptnsaecla Xfedical Society of AND ; : .
.... t.'i
; r4 'I'k. 1'fiiHardiuMiut I.I. I.
'" ( i Ii .HU.TlIy .. .C': ; ,;?Jf .... 6i; !, the Board of Health office 111 ) Silver Drunk I'rivat" if she is getting half ofyour ;i., -
\\UIIAT-JUI\ . ... .. ... II;'. o'clock! p. m.TUPild\y! May 8 and L'l?. REFRESHING M.ih.Vry: [; t''F ri..; .1' .. "
that irops in n III1.Al-.UYl'mber .... & 3 Visiting physicians are cordially 1 / I.

-. '11 filled! in thi- store j j. i KN-ApriL. .... 4>i invited to attend vate 1' !IJI'k. I 12: Old! l ; HJ income) pistol pockets i I.d:} ,
". l.ORN1Ay.... .... 4'J D. W McMiLLAS.: : D.President., Silk Velvet, -iitncky'- I'.-iffC- .
< ; Puttlru'n.: *-t.u u < ,
;:pure. LOKN-July .. .. ZI\"t!:> ( JJ .... 41Luu.atptember ion nf Purityn.fl I L,;if* "f Otlitrlirand ,; .
', ?dy rectivery. 1'imi drills IIIP.III . ....
41j?j jUA1S E. F. BRrCE.f.. D. w' irk -p.iff w ill not permit and ls. : : :' :
refreshment ,
'.j.wi.. Y' u wnn tin l h. t. let -.M r.l _. .... Sv' \
-f.. \ .air pre-.1lltj.a. and fiippl}' UATS-.May .ai\1tj{ .... 22 i!a.. (:cretljry. to niftition. I '

111", !!l.tlte-. \\ I. ( Ileell.; \: C'" V.60TJIII.v .... 21'. The Lanre-t and KftSehc'nlstock:: '. .'
J I'r.-rriptill'n I )ru !:i-t," :S7SReme UAI,,->'--peinb. ... ::.' 1 ROSS & CO..S of Bottle \ViH-ky! and \Viiits .
.:., I'hol1" :1 1:111.: t'oatpr.l.. . .. .. 12 i far F .ulIl)' I'-...
: 'x-Item t>:>s"-May_.... .. .... 1:: 4Jt'UI ; WINDOW CnF.EX5.: \ ..
iK-Juiy..12.65(373 .... 16 'I Trade is Oar Main pciaiy.?[ F
LAKOpril . . ....7U7J1 TRY Tie Jai
sa-\Iar.: ... .... .... ....1 0 ;,: Iron bedsteads are cool, AI'oAgrnt lor the lninou"I'atAi MilKnnkrr .
i.AKi>-July ... ....720 .... 71 comfortable and durable- A CASE L? b..rr Krct- l', li\..ry to ."o-r". I'.irt + ;
I.ARltpiembfr.. .... 7 1! of the'ttyr WE[ SELL 1 All A.

UlKS- April& .... B Jnttms just what you need fosummer V U. nor] llk. T" !,'plum17"I .
-:\1.1 v. . .... d'( I .
Call at Mars- $ PF\sA: .)I. \. FI.A.I .
t(11I1i-.ItI:1': 95 ... 6.\1 t: use. ,) .

Kin. -t'l.t\'m"er.! .... 69 $ Finch's aiitl select ""
"'I\V \ STOR' on -- ---- -- '
.t ;S.\II. April :!). Splr'ts: turpentine .
e ?Sr. I !iNlllt' 47 receipts l.'ll' : stirs ..4'>4. one. JUST OPENED. j
Kt! Kosia firm receipts 20 M, {
exports! : I, "" -- -- KSolid moot PANTS .
vtirs Isis! ("S'.mrf7.30.; UilCtM VII .
C. )). $I.'a.: K. fl.I.h': H.4 'all fur !Slate Co'l\ention. .

Jl whi''J ;.- 1ViLMlSoros N',.'."$.:.i.r.' wmdow;;lasi! (J.UU; water l I... held at JttcUs>onvilI' FIa.Tur+dayJune 1 u;! an n. >.. ,

\ X. c.. April 30.-SpinU 1 111. IK The democratic ptrl.vot tlieMnt of Hor- as a : plain or fancy .
ill.rutaletrtdv at, 4iftt47l4( : receipt Kin will hold a IHitt ..f1n\'O'III1f111 "t jBckvoi- New and Clean.-* rV .. ';
Vtl K4ii siraily awl I: rreipti viH.n TUP.UMJJune IV. at li noon fur tnrolowinn ?Everything ternfor. 52.50 that will keep an able :
5Crude turpentine firm ai tJL ..:I'S.15. ( I'IIW"To -"+: *,'. :i
rt'tOIJb ehoohe d-lt-Katr> to ropr..+entIb.. sin. .. The Mot Attractive in the Entire City. Hpjular.rpal.* :Nerved: Daily,
----- in Ito nat'oiiKl nint-riiiU- I n\cnlUi'' IDbe and Short Orders Seivt-d at all hour*. Special'eekly Hate bodied man bu y nights; ; and days to *
held at Kunsnsfur. Mi.July 4. lu.ui..lo ,
RAILWAY TIES. rioiniuuterandiilate* fur I0t 'IIII-.s olli.\- t
Beer. ernur one Ju,iii-e o( the Hnprem lint wear them out in a ye.1r, and for .: '
A. E. BAKER & CO. Proprietors
i. There are n.\\ !; German: towns .'rCiiKt a cocreinry nl :Mate, AttorieUeneiitl. .. ,I
I on1 II rtdier 1'rt>" n'l'r. t'ul'l'rlul..IHI1| nt .
*:<.oo', cassiir.erepants.
some new fancy
: < \\ti: fli-ctric: rilssayai rinipMiwl I'ulilKln_ nu-ton. (' oiiin --.'ner of *jjnultur 'j;
I'1 n'IFEn\ OI.H > 1I IN with; 77 ..f the |prrv.oiis }-<>ar. ,' ... II Hulr"1. I oinmt-.lnnrr lor .ih 14 EAST; G1VERNMEST STREET.e ; I f.
t term t'T f',urrl "r.. lour 'residential) Fi! -'Iuandfour lapped Sevitn5 and creased
T! .i 3rt t in-w lines I'I'I'I I nod in
1'J :\ "" .\l')1.D.J1Hlllf.'i ) ..\ : 'i are I aItrraalrto grouted '11I, m I : 'I :
I jinCH'-* :i'iil r..t:: I'xtcu-imi:.. uic total the next regularth'e election. nod! (lo 1 I
nros (b- .:,Ii of the I'.r.cs; is 1.::;' miles.In transit t 'nl'h uliirr bu-tu-s a.ina> imiuli knees. : I., ..
scr ; arefor- ,.r<>t<- Hie conventK n.11w : o METH1NFW I I I!!
PIII'i.,111'1'1' utl"lhl ii-iijile
ililVreut i-uiinlirs In tlieMftte a.h'.I 'i.'i
!.:,:.i.-ii to ..tualul' in stivi't oars the P" 'ndlrlrgalel"Ihrront.11lma u|>..n t'nfoilownii : .; 1.
4\ Gn1.. lire, have just made: a niliiomiulliiu < lift i. ol rrpr-.rnlatu..u: u-ie. .1!. :- 7',4: "
eiate I.r.nelton.* hundt,'d'.4-t.s "- 1 ti.i .
eu'itvat: iu em: h tar to !I" kept vamntfiom HimiHndiitcon. tin- state ticket wlmrcrivtd 'T'RDY DAY
L.: S: .. ti it Ferry a"A:: 'l'm, YEt1;; ; the !'tartilll1.illl: \ to the hest sto;>- the biggest lillml-r n.I vote al I'' Vf/ X-J J'\t- .
."III'"I..ll'cI\OIl..r\ I lv.:*;. and one iiUuiliun.: :
that people waiting at tie
till pl.iot' w.
for the fraction in Mther-..I. o-A..T-o
\i te
latri Kiint may aci-ouiimMlati-d.1. wl.en it nintiunti its 'In.r 1101.. iiciiinn.ittee '
The Jug Trade ; Tlio 1'niou Paeiiii* lallway has <- w WHY r r !
a new rtH-oril for train hauling.lJ Iltl\'rl the vole "waincreiike l lat HALL & KLEIN'SJlammoth 1,1
tliw election of I* m any < :
Is Our pecl: lty. "vt'rtly! a train left ('hey.uue mule, up ',nlp pnll'.r" rhe counties tulle" tlu,- rule ; ,
of H.'l: ears lorded! ) l with! "i,471 t. ,'.- offrciirl't. \\ iil I.* entitled 10 repre,entauuu as follow .p. -f ,
SitN'actio : Anotln-r tsain was comprei! ) : .. .. ; r
Mi\-'y ai.d : f
.. .. tarn !II I l
f.1 laden with 4Wt! : lI and l AlachuaKradford
of I ears >n* : o'
i.Daimliokser i. ... A lxvy I Detail Grocery \\V it-U all worsted i '
t.u.IIy: a 1:'"> tan 'njiue I'1- mili-s. faker .. :* LibertyManatee I pure : 't r !
5 { r
: l 15ros ; .. :* 'Iad-uo, ; pant for f4. w that are simply great. .

POLITICAL QUIPS.To l'lrll, ..... : Marion \1 '
flay Jt Monroe t 502-50 SOUTH PALAFOX ST., Patronize: our Pantry, it pays.THE / ,,:,i ;
-I'a: I'lIlat'J St., Columbia Va--niu I ;
the! nrtvit politics stems rotten. b>itt Dnde 4 Ilrl\\I/ I"HllNhoro Tolop11ono 3GO.
'. : :.1.; r. o. noxss: : I ,. ti'! .. ri'ltiijt ta>te nun-Iy iritny. 1 1.MHO .. 1\ Ureula .; ; ', i.

:. t t-.I.: !: : '>, Pinnif: :'i)." Jlootroit) Jonrnil.: Uuvnl onnilini: ..K U! Fa-co Polk f' f:U'"Patfous.fW and Old, are Cordially Invited to Visit and Inspect

:- lie who helps to harmonize laW andeitpial KranklinIlornando 2 M John ; their lniinpte Stock.DUNN'S. 't'. :1-v |
l il".-s more for hniiianity than aarr.y UabJ..u 7 Putnam :

( .t. }':'\. J l'U." 1.-- wLrle of talking!\ ; iolititians.MuIL : : 1\011111'11.. 4 Sumter!" /tutll;o.1t : ?4, .

-.' -:)ois! ?i I Suwanuee i t-AS -

,. --.. \F:1I.a: "'e ,-*,. ....a: owner* i ------- liolmt-s .. :l larlor .tJackson "

"it--'". f S. nor'. <-"II-I' i.> ., >t the Km .. TRUST THRUSTS. .. UVakulla\I VoluslaJefferson i 'T;;: ; i't *
.F -r.-'l.r. !
K >' M wits respou'if Renter lAi.
I I.'u .t. ..,. :rnlrtrd 03 Lafayette :a J Walton iI
-' feather its I.ak.; TS'B->hingtou .1
trios net
tlul Vi .r'! When a trust to :
J sl4' V it is certainly j-tarticj in early Lap.. .. i Meals Each Day
from I'lrzs: ;
11. : \.r. '.. 1'ROtatu.3'eIt fbe counties will select their delegate: in $ HOTEL LEVYPOU
__ on tin raw material feature.Philadepuia : any manner w bleb limy tit: coiis.dred bttbv'the
actlnz tbrr'ugh the party ors 25c Each'
--- ----- -- people
bv the lu.t ttateconvention. : ; -
'EI. If FIt: the receivers gftDUalioiiai recognued ? Miai
'h""I"lIln."fn..n \Ve the reason! !
.. suppose All a.-inoi-rau are imtted toparticipate
'1"t ""r .gurwul lbr\Urbk ON EUROPEAN PLAN. : .
: >"
1 were appointed in'w of d
of the flour trust in th- selection ll'g"t'ih"r"'o 17'1
;A-.,,IA.. \.vu i bt' II'-.a"tiHc-tfit lil lIy I .. .ert'I \\' J,'i'+ey i is tw'f'nn+e thst state is in theyt l'icn 1i-is, th"41 who have become ico. ,
... T...-, I .ut.-Cnrlinu1i: Uawkeye.Dove qua itii-d to tutu su.e the la*t election. s la
:N.O. Mlixs.uplaln.. The chairman and srerensryuteach county and c .
I convvntmn held< for the purpose of tweet'ingdt'kgstrs Restaurant Attached, Open Day [light. : f
brand hams and to the state convention are .
::;hU e tr
to Hi-n. VI' \ Ka N.
-- ,
breakfast bacon, Dulds & cbitrrtiia'l. Taneha-st e. Kia., written or : ls
,::-- ;\ rr'11H the raotstnown. of the rroc..f"Ilnr- of such
printed copy
F. .r' .it rii,ignv of the Swift's butterJneViI- cuuuty euuvrntlnu.tnsrthrr wiibalistol Special Orders at Any Hour.
;: :
I 1'itixr. |. The Big Down Ton Clothiers
rk AilH-rto will bt' liams and Charbonneau's then*rues of the county cxrcutive committee ?, .
rr'p.r.d.r fur "t'hlt shnuld b" de-Unated: the
coutr. in
k::ed h y the cr. wpt .and: ""hl'l. jollies and preserves at H.Muller's chairman acd: sectary of >u<'-ominittee RATES-From $1.00 to |I.W per Day. ( LODGING : !
b1L.1: ..l'',''R'S'', M. A. HAULS. xr
tJ b Ii. ".... laptHin. 400 South Fala- J. p.TO<>PER. Cbttiruian ;515;: and 510 S. South Palafjx Street. Penacola Ilcrid ( 25 and 50C 509-511 S. Palafox St. '

\It .ti. :'7aU fox street. \r..1lf1. .- "

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H a- .' ..,< ".,, s .> -ar s'"'p" '---" "' -f" vas."C s ''<:'-. 'fc-'lxs

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I Sunday Sch ml Picnic.The I=:J ti'-v v :;:rv ""jo-v.-.,;..... -jo v \T"r Y ;:; ":,":J SfEOlOTICES.-

LOCAL NEWS NOTES ; Wear1yWomen Sunday school: of Allen chapel, .
I I t A. M. 'E. church will give an excursion -

I to Molfno and H picnic there

Local fortciut for Ftntmcola/ and "c..t: leave Monday the union May depot II. The at train 8:30 a.will m. r? COHEN I Ir I OfE ClffMOIViv q woRa

tickets. Itd1Ilt.. 3i'cent= : children -- ---
and Jred"ndllJrtsh :
( to-nijht
cents. C. H. Alston will be orator : 'l.'O LIO:,
variable tnntl Maximum temi>trat>in yattr I'

day 77 dtgrtrt; annnuitn in but :huurt, ( ,+. of will the be day uueof and the a features.literary program I r FRIEDMAN TO L' '.\\ .\ ,

C. L. I. Mlustrel May 3. Don't j M'l.NKY 1 App;> t---, .\ t .
miss It.Little. Rest and help for weary Presented a- Tragedy. I t HuiMnz, Falafui sir et

Folks' Minstrel for the benefit women are found in Lydia Timely information : 1 o.N.t _'\T lOWh" HLJ \ '
given Mrs.
10. : & CO.flflGKET I 1 F.p.F..1' CAVl..\\ \ ,l
ot the United Charities May E. PInkham's Vegetable
Oeorge Long rf New Straitsville, L. TALE" : ( BV 1'_\RT1FM ]11\( _
MIss MilJred! Anderson of Florala Compound. It makes wo Ohio, prevented a dreadful trajredy 1 4M'PKJTIEl L1 H\ C.1Li. !I'. <1
is among the guests at thel.wis and saved two live!'. A frlgh ful c STREET.IF tlt I1IEft.4.. '2 1\.1: II:. J
house. menstrongandhea/ cough had long kept her awake every j

bear their burdens, and niirht. She had tried many remedies I e a STORE. eWe YOr WANT: Tit 11mV..tmoner.tnor. "! !' ,
Watch out for the bi? minstrel parade and doctors, but steadily grew : .. t, .' I

'l'hur.iddafterno. n at 3 overcomes those Ills to worse until urged to try Dr. Kin 's cureeb-tractotttle.late, rant of h':.'\ ,, t

o'clock.A. which women are subject New Discovery. One bottle wholly 1 rent* collected! property or jroira ann\.-' }c
cured and she writes this I c'll on or ad.jrei "
L. Andrews of Wetumpka, her. marvelous Ta.Kfal '- i II Y

Ala., was a guest at the Merchants because they are women. medicine aUo cured Mr. Long I Offering This Week ( !Kin.F.tateebd,'olari!.Insurer.coia. .+ Didcr.'"-r I ii;--
yesterday.J.B. of a severe attack of Pneumonia who bur a lot from u. .... *
tsuch cures are positive proof of the with! which to build ho..*..
Stanley.wife and son of :Mary I Lydia E. Phkham'i Vtgt\ bIe CompoundIs I matchless merit of this grand remedy -

-1 ville, Fla., registered d at the Lewis for curing all throat ch.-st and E IMMENSE BARGAINS l'OIt 101, _

house ye ttrdcaY. lung trouble Onlv otic and #l00.

Dr. Rlmlda Alhmn lift yesterday known from coast to Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles i f. lilt K""l'-' huu'ehlrks .
--=:N-.e from .
for Jacksonville, where he will remain coast. It has cured more free at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug P i I 1.10\ WIn. nd..Ql'llI carl.'re,.:

several days.W. store.JACOBY'S. :? -.
sick women than any ---- -- ---
L"IR EEXT-KuMu--.,
WiU'ht, road mtnarer for other mctiicinom Its eS' ShIrt W I J.' for !light hu:;>rktri. ,_ "-
the Cnicajfi !'ortr.1 h Co., left yesterday BAZAAR.Church I ;, al : I hum .tr rl.I. .

for Jackson, Miss. friends are everywhereand n.: als
bazaars are all the rae "'" : ,. ... .iK RFXTTwonrwApplv
The Ru lan'H'hoonpr Fritz fius- they are constantly now but not one of them can possibly I .. ti --.> ...'.. v -' J- betw la reit FE.1"l&Ianll liner..,,' ,
tav arrived this morning from Ituu- J c:
corn with -3o tons of salt writing thankful letters equal the one now-and always I'e-tf: .

which appear in this -open at No. 114-118 East Govern- .".)It la: r- ot''nt..r. i
The Ladies' Benevolent association : DRESS GOODS 1 ...
ha 1, ip-stalr'. .rn"': 1'" }
ment street and known i
Rettt El as 'treets. be .
will meet at Temple at paper.If can chanj. I ;
ahernoou. AfOiv" to t.. o \,
4 o'clock to-mjrrow ;: Vest o J
The bu street parade of the C. L you are puzzled write ':, .. -_>. CE' I btrert.FlIt I

I. minstrels will take place Thursday advice l .It/Jots 00 i : .... .
for Mrs. PInkham's you can see and examine : _" ___ _.__._H___ \1.1 ;
afternoon at o'clock, sharp. Her address te one of the largest and must varied 1XR .s\!.K-Th .
lIos1erY 4J i ot late J
of the Central Trades -i.v -
The meeting assortments of edibles of description ,
every .
Mass. She will lot Mr..t.IHa whol..r ...1 i iDly ', .
Council, announced for tonight, his Lynn, Q .
ever een in Pensacola. It e I to Jo: U. Begjj. urn:
been postponed until tomorrow nothing and ( I f.>X ,lrrrl.I .
charge you would require all of the space in thi- J ,
night. million Jtv .-< \Lt-l It. KI--I .. ,.
she has to enumerate, but here are a I II' rUadi.len -
Geo. Gin le! left last ni;ht for paper i Our Line of Ladies' SkirtsIs ttriet.lianiell. APIL'lJKPiALKhinreii .

New Orleans to stand an examination women to health. few : Arent
: unequalled in Styles, Workmanship and sl I ,. .
in the Cincinnati college of em Canned Fruit : and Vegetables, it L a -t t I i. a-
VPrice?. r urb fronting .".-i'.u > u <",
balming. i great variety, including all of the sold on to-y terms, end at a o*: _"t

About i5 people will participate in &&IAhuT1tE. latest novelties. t Our Stock in Shoes : C. Watson C.

the big ui'iiitrel parade Thursday Crackers. Wafers and Cakes of tlfw Cj ll 8ALK-Tbe most dwir i.,.
afternoon. It will take place prompt. [ Is so great that you will be more than the cry on espy terns b) i.: ;
ly. at 3 o'clock. : most celebrated makes.Pickles pleased in Selections and Prices in our Mammoth Real Estate Agency. x,. Hale U iiger u' .
ABtlVtDRu3 I Spices Condiments and Shoe Department. :'tH1 toutl1 Paiafoi utreetSITUATION" .o,

The schooner Lucy H. arrived thi- morning from &t. Andrews with R corn to order I f. ANTElJ.
i brands. Millinery.The. _._ _.
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cargo of 202: barrels rosin and 1(6 ,
barrel: turpentine. '' SAIL1D.ttrseh I Evaporated Fruits. Latest!' Styles at the Lowest Prices. The C : .ai Address'offlcf stcnocrH OCU.. >'a" > i

C. E. Black and E. Hobby of I'I': Congo. McKmcon. -, Frederilt'sted ,I Jellies, Jam, Sauces and Syrup; Greatest Selection of Ladies !Jailor Hats.Clothing NEWS. J
Laurel Hill and H. W. WiNonof Breakfast Foods of every known \VAN'l EII-A KOIKI boy in n," ',
and Gents' i li Apply at I) Welt Iniendeni
Jackson. Ala., are guests: at the |I CLFAkkD. kind. r the tailor abop.Ur'ANTKLi 'a". '
I I Rm hit Oml"' ;);1. Johmton. by Pon'acol"
Lewis house today.Mi Lumnurto'or VnlnnciB, w ta lUuV > ft II Tinned Meats and Fish: I Furnishings.A
-All tioai ol .
empt n a:
..= Louis E. Brown of Charleston lumber,:XXSuli Si lIawu tiiuuer, valued a' Coffees, Teas and Other :;'8ple!!. bottles. t!. A. KRUUMASnorttf
W. Va.. will arrive in the city I Br sch f.ongo. t.l'l. Knnon.. by S 8 L Co I Flour of the Choicest Brands. New Line of Shirts and Half Hose at c 1

to-morrow afternoon to be the guestof lit rtJ"e lk.lllIl. wlta lyl.UH s ft lumber Prices which will astound you. '\\ANTED-014 beer bottles at Lannhes. '
Mr?. W. Wittich on East Gregory \ valued ii.Ouo i j IT ir Broi 111U
i I -- -- _.-
street. Ii Mattings Carpets --
|! AT 10ASAYTIra. i r j
Weiskettle -0. L. I HAiitATRS. O4)Ds-i.!
smacks Favorite.
The It hk Monte A, '.ti, Koridonne, M rseilles *- ,..- -,-----.- .
and Four Friends have arrived from 1 to order r vWindow Shades. 1 8\P.AH IIUE-Ianurll:

the snapper bank with 4600 snap U ok Alh rto. TJTj, Csisraao, Oneglen, to i.ll and dealer In Hair Goods! Hat 1. -
The Ida brought 8UUO poundsof R.sasco Pros k Just Received another Car-load of Matting*. Article, lIalrOIl.'lc..3'II W. Oovf',m
pers. i Nor bit Vn uta *>0. NiUen, Leith, to or- ? ; street
Spanish mackerel.F. der Minstrels [ Come and get your Selections ; they are 3 .. .,
E. Brawner ha boueht the \m 'cBA'I Wooster. ask Somerv He : 0 Beautiful Patterns at Low Prices. J:'lJUCATIONAL.n .

Uatanzdi to Jno \ Mernlt 4 t'o a ._______ .
bankrupt -k of Morris G )ld ;tine' It bkAngrio Sih.nfflno. 5J5:; Pbilhpplnl,
'Fair" and will sell everything including Mnrsriiic to Ko>nsc' Uroi ,j MlJWKLIbECHIPLKY H, j

flxuires. at sacrifice ; W e". Hoa it bi->to K.K-Sflu tirosKu l'."llB3jo, Marseilles to (B'ltJI CUiliT flat Iifailrf.) ; Sea Cur Mo? Mows cad to Coimcefl d Its Qfth term In tilt residence at Ih."

Sale begins to-morrow. l>)k Chieftain SM, Xessling Barcelona l ni-r of Palafox and Jackson Streets
to Kix M Kt," " r Moonlight bay excursion May 9 I It bk .\*. \>,-.. Scott' fadiz. to order silt
under the auspices of the YvungPeople's (....r bk:. Pionrvr. 11'1!! Alberte, London to OPERA HOUSE! [ YOURS ANXIOUS PLEASE, .
Union of the Univerali-t order I' MALE[ AND FEMALE HCHOOI.. '
It lik Laca tlna.j.l. Uennaro, Mareei:lest I !' t'baenndt'eveiios street
Tickets sale
church. now on at to Ko-as.-o K-os j pares for college or business J. H "
Bowers & Kruse's: at 50 cents.L. 1 1 It AlfreJo.. f7.i. Magaaldl: ; Urnoa tot Thursday, May 3d. 4 Cohen Friedman &: CD'S dell principal. Night term begins"C'VT"
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H. B.tjjbv; state manager, Georgia Torri It bk Malonntdo Pi,m pel, 7M; Kigari, 3 I
: Alabama and Florida for the M SUDZHH. ton-LCo Direction of ISiiley and Alcorn. > RACKET STORE. .. Fi.)1VEIit'r -..
Portrait Lieu bk: Ui6e, tok.Babla to order : - -
Chicago Company who li.t i Late Peters' Comedy Co. J ; FLowERs: and tl"'J; ;i
has been here ..everaldays, Itft la-t 3 Mail Orders Attended to Promptly. I IC fcpeoialdrfignordered f..tMl cI
I 7J
night for Tallahassee\ and other TEE SlllPPISG.IS i I i'H VioleUe Moreuu, ;T.1 N. .' ,
OO=PEOPIJE=OO phone :r.vL'LOWhRS. '1I'Iuty
cities in hN territory. I

The regular monthly meeting of IS PORt A'atch for Hig.Street Parade it.W a. m. .. _. '._- -. .. L. .-.' _. -_ .""\-. -..-'"-_ "- ..'__ .-.'.. -._.1.-. ..''- "' '- ,',- -'.J, I I ..i.... 1.'col' }'.In'r.l-. I
the Daugh ers '}f the Confederacywill I ........... "" .,.,..,,, .__ 1I
8TIVVSHIPHBr boats: now on salt' at Cues Hi ok store. !I'i I KR JoTS E It \ i
be held tomorrow (Wed ne-d.iy > B.enhfliu. IU'\. Fox:, to Baars, 6uao P promptly ID bouqurlrP I : i i
morning at 10 o'clock at the Pensa- '' The News Want Column. \- _
\\ i i 1
cola Library. All members aie Deremoreli.lohineeato! Pensa- phone S.-v.
urgently requested>d to attend. cols Lumber olir I 1a
turrHbrooll..lja. Mann to IVmacolaLunirxr 1I I 1- r-ohunl, .. ..tI ( '..110... -. i
A. E. Iorton and family Mt today i I)
Br llPHtUfitsld.: in: McKenzie, to W 8 !
for their hotte at Cambridge,

Wis. Mr. Morton was so well plea-e lie">p"ser u )1.\lr"aao.* i'" ?<).>.>. La anga, 10 W L F. E.BRAWNERS Summer; (haw leGtures j

with Pen lcoI9 that ne purchasedthree \V ituih o I( l
:\'lIror.JpQI., il". "toltz, to Bears, Dun. l'M\ .
\ rfsiJeuce lots on East i I FU-siTY OK \ 11"1.I \ 1
"wly ( to
Hill and will build a winter home'" hr ( .ir-cniuoar, ll.'J: Edwards, to W H I .Ust Summer. Juhtll' hrpij -{
here. Kry..r ct Co j pwlally helpful to beginnerr* r H' I
Gull for ftdmiislon to the hern: '. ,
Anal isguia.; JBi: Hcopenicti to
Preliminary step* for the 'aniza-- Transit! l.'u I p"lltilln..r.ho !III"" Ui k. i :.-' J
don of a society for the preventionof 'I For I'atnlo/ux ..rldr".,
SHIPS. R.JIINOB, Uarlotlnfllk. .
cruelty to animals and children I alliu..U/t
have been taken and a meeting will : Gruzu Nor Hmtdcna"t. to order order !I -SPRING] SALE eI I

be held at the office of the Pensa- Nor W'..!! ern Moaarcb, U15 Jobnaen, to Story of a Slate
cola Gas Co. at j::iO o'clock to-mor- Feusacula Lumber Coi I
row night to complete the organization. 1I.LBIAi I To be bound hand and t ,- '

Ladies are especially invited I year by the chains of di-- 1-' ,
I attend this meeting.The i i; fur Port Upnrcu Emolm Elvera. TT7; ;, Qoncahea, cW II I, ---....---- ------ worst:' form of slavery. i Ii.i ."; :,

I II Williams \f
of tanl'hf'i1
delegates- from Christ church to Nor order EluerTL'ambarskelver,5)4. Hilhesen, We have Received Our Line of Up-to-Date I tells: how such a slave w.-i '
parish to the annual convention, Ru'j LOUI!,' ."J. Jansson. toW 8 Keyser A I Spring ; free. He says'My:' \nf.. ,- ;
which will meet to-morrow at Tallahassee \ Co : .
Rue 0 i mo, 7i.: Joiacmencld for \'alenI i helpless fur five vealr -
will (leave on the 7 o'clock '
cia Dress Goods Ladies' Misses' and Gents'Furnishings could not turn over in !h.j t ,
train in the morning. The delegate. ,
i Nor Professor Job ns..a, I'yt, Olsen: to After using two bottle.f h r. '
who will attend are Rev. Percival order
H. Whaley rector, and Mesrs. A. It Kaola M.ilr". IIn:'.Hcbiafflno to 88 L Co : Shoes and Slippers. Hitters, she is wonderful!} I i1! ,
It Froupvro t.<... M",!bori, to C Torre and able to do her own W"I I. '
C. Blount Jr.. and Henry Hyer. The Am VfUnn It. ':':'l. Esker. to U E Saunders supreme remedy for feo..1!. i ,' ,

MUses attend Hyer delegates will accompany the annual themto It V.rKinia."ii t t'o \ ). Valli to Kostsco Bros I 25: Dozen Men's French Neck BalI 20 Dozen Ladies' Sleeveless Vest. 130-Inch !Solid and WhIte Duck, I I quickly cures iifrvou-ii'-- -. ,

meeting of a* the Ladies' Auxiliary Am illard Mudieit; 7..', Lo.cord, toSsLCo I, bnpgan Undershirts at 25 cents each ; Li-le Thread, our price 25c each or our price . . . . .. toe ne,..,. melancholy. !hail(.i' "

association. I Drawers to match. S2.75: dozen. i I Yard-Wide :Sea Island Cotton i i ache, fainting; arid di//: -; -
3\\) Dozen Men' Fancy or Colored 12 Dozen Men's Fancy Silk Front at . . .. . .. . . .. 5c :miracle working iiirduend : ,.." -. x
Florida Time=onion .and Citizen: ; \MaailiaS7s! '' I>ombe. to Bears, to we.ik. ..Ickl\ ru I ,
The new that Mr. Mallory ha; at lIun"od' t o : 'atin Front Undershirts at 23; cents'each Bosons Shirt, our price. t:)c. each : 1 Yard-Wide Fitchvill I5i.-dch-! : pie. Kvery; bottleiiai,m1fiOcnit :' .
in Uu Otto,at', uaa'l. toWLWUUcbACo ; Drawers to match. all !si/e '(. nndf by Lou-dale (,'n..
last returned to his home 1'ensi I I *. >t ol.I byV.. .\ !
cola after his long/. and dent:erou- "CH'.ONKKS.: :30 Dozen Men's French Neck I>il-1' 20 IMzen Fancy and White Silk I while it la-ts ..... .. .. .. 7' .c bert, Drnjrait.Kv .

illness in New Orlean will be Is.\m m F.Iia. ,. :..,", .-\xri: lin.. K .!ison.t? muster to master brieKan! or Fancy Undershirt, nice ; Heated Uosom Shirts,ourpricell (1M); Wl'i..ce"Lal" Calico at. .. .. .Jel I --- --
heartily welcomed by the people otFlorldl Am Ly'meuV.aa.1:5iRinks, to Jno A quality, at 45 cents each ; Drawers to 1nutch. allie.. IMhlbun'Oinjhatn !!

who irrespective of partjor Mrrittt ioAm i We carrthf' lar/et line ft M "i'!, I Warranted ". .. .. ...., Cc 10-\TT, \ I"
faction, have learned t-> \.1Jut'thl- PebeCea I )1"u tOl. I.l' < order 10 D.'zt'n1pn';; HeavyVeiirht and Boys'Colorf'rihirti! in the City \
APIV'll"J Lewtud, ;s t'U, I'uoliibs, to Jn-t received a full lin" of "kirti ..
service and appreciate the character iuipsono t CuP Balbriggan Undershirts at ;oi) cents ; HI the 1.lw."t Pricevwinch
Drawer itch.1U : Percales our and hi1't'ais:. ; our prices; are the
of the senior senator who will to in I ; reprint i r
now soon re he hao creditably. filled. !:!Al'PI.A.aTxaw.alYa. at old price, 6 for 2-1; cents or 4"ic 15inchVry: :Sheer White LHWII. Par.i-oi* and Umbrellas at 50 73, ;.a I i \
I dozen : embroidered neck. our prie:. !oo',c H.IM( ) and $1 I ::;. i 1

F; ,\o. 4(I'-\'. er .'{j'. H Himbur April MKu 1""> Doz'n }.,ldif-,' :\fi- ps' and ,, 27-inch Check Nanirook. our Lddi Irrulp-pont PiiravJs in ]i "rvrnrt1y r. *(

karr, -pttu. 1;7>, Larrina a. Liverpool Children1 KlmvtiessVest*, with, price . .. .. . . .. ;>c latp"t ..hadt-* at $1.7"irttid I S2.((>. lazy
The above wa* the lucky number nprl.Fatinverinatd., Hull March !' Tat e Xt'ck.for: 25c or DJC doz.n. :) I.inch Whit and olored All"-I -Ivlp.; in LidieChildr -' and --rill.{ dayto
; Pr.KltJ.
I 'that drew the "Eldridg B.' latest Lniiinwiiioor, hr. I/:;j. La-."ll1..r. at Tyne, 25 Dozen Ladle*' IIevplp'e*, [I Pique our price. lOc 11'"'I\\: Hat abel| i I"
I improved, sewing machine at the Mrli1 with silk Tape Neck, 2 for 25c; orl.32 :it inch White Corded Pique our al-o "ii r"IlN: .-w :f>|.rinu 'fat'IIIS! du..thh, It
Forbes Store thU morning.!'. The duplicate Hutu !Nor ::111.11I New Castle March 15tA'ddeidbrla'siawse -. fieth blooii. I
tiu..tlgu.Iareh: dozen. i price loc at 1 I'c.: I I"> :'n.i) 3'< per > ard.
ticket were placed in a large .H Ci"or iaui/e-

box and in the presence of Mr. W. 'HIP ,I mau"Itly all :

I W. Wat"on and a representative of Gnpin. 8wt' !. 111*. sU iduria April 4 1 Remember the Place S(4105 S. Palafox Street lIIak.- tae! sick HA'A:
7)C) ( Hrllnz I1.J it
THE NEWS, Miss Leila Lewis drew ",....... ; a '
: forth the fortunate number. The run I| Aeathe, Son 12:: 7. -\ntwerolVc 11
holder of the ticket ?o numberedwill Ad". 1'<"...1.WI. "t "I'ahie iI\V Feb 1'i j healthy ppf-tjre..
please call and report at the nolnU.Nor. vil .kt Mo* March 'JV YOURS FOR BARGAINS FROM NOW ON i Tunic h;.- b-<.n !
store. If not heard from within a Bertrand. Nor. H. sid l.*.-r March 1" people| ill 1'rn-ae :

I reasonable tune the drawing! will be Cifluinlia.rtiancte't1)It.i"-it.v/t.sld!, llmre t'arthRlll'lIs.Jllnj April :! : ;i whom r."lInll"! r< c. :

repeated, and anotl'er number Kritreo. It. ,,"I lunlalc :!\' F E. BRAwNER'S 1 r>e-t tonic they .,\'

drawn,.of which due notice will be r F''ritz duotHV. i.i>.Valencia sUt Kuncorn.March March U 7 ni lar"ire th-iti w. ;C.MII| f, ,;
bortni: |
pn ti
given. rll"'II', It. A:."', .1 ld NaoMa 12=, ashore
No SI near Port Kal tare Try it. It icola
An Epuoiuif or Wbn"pi"J rough.; lane I U, It, lIa, Std Marseilles March 2s by Dr. 1'hilio l
l.aftano {Ca-ationa It, 11VK, rid ienoa ON'E-PRICFJ GASH HOUSE. tale at -
List winter during! an epidemic ofwh'Irill March
'. .lurkatadt March 7 -- -- -
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cough my children con- Kentezeru. Xor. -- -- --- -- -- -
Joban Irg-ns. N'or.M'CinitiansBud! Nov; Wlohaniif.
tracted the disease, having severe Nor' std 1 "n hurl[ lire II
coughing !spell*. We had used Ker J".> rh. Nor "> :'. std! fH .sRzalre.pIIOIIHU'
t\ s Chiwberlaiu's Cough Remedy very 14"rllarttha.! wed, Sid Cape :owa

sUl'ct'-!-fully for croup and naturally! : MarobJiMlchele B. It.sid Ot'nnn M ::!
r turned to it at that Urn and foundit ,bid Hamburg, No'lMfluiDP i
relieved the couh and ejected a Rug, i..i. std b rDnfSS Feb 'XOmero
it. *" sld Kotterdikin )lBn'ha:
complete cure-JOHN E. CLU FORI>, 1'It't&.1I.\i>. std! Marst-ilies March li
l'roprietor.Xlrw od Hous, .Nor Pen-eco a. It. '."-. std i>enoa, April I
wood, N.1This remedy is for sa e Uialto ..r.lH"*, .ld H"mburgpnl .;

street by Hannah Bros. 21 rf.: Pilafox SinbaJ'2.sldMarieillas. Pan., Nor iti,615 at, sid Babia London Jan >March reblTKtbe. :24| 1 To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it ? Price 50c.f'A. .


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