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:
February 14, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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


PRINCE READY FOR I J JTRIPTHMEBICA }' yelling the approach.lustily as They charged NEW DEPARTURE IN 1 :.

Prince Henry pink cheeked lithe ,

and athletic appeared to be in fit condition i

for the hard! campaign of din RAILROAD SIGNALS
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK I ners and receptions that awaits him !

OF I on the other side of the ,\l1anl:('. i .

PENSACOLA FLORIDA offers to Anticipates With Pleasure !I The crowded program rather dismays ]Engines Will Carry Verticaland '
His Coming Visit. some of the members of the I

prince's suit but Prince Henry looks Horizontal Lights.CAN .
every facility which their balances busi- :i
-,- forward to a genuine holiday during |

ness and responsibility warrant. SAILS ON KRON PRINZ WILHELM which he is going to have a good! time |j ( BE SEEN FOR TEN MILES

as well! as one which will give him "

Interest I Would Like to Hasten Hour of Depart. many valuable fresh impressions.ANGLOJAPANESE .
paid on time deposits. Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Rail

ure So as to Reach New York Earlier I
TREATY. road Has Made a Successful Experiment ,

but Cannot-Will Reach New
With a Device Which Will Reduce -
York Feb. 22. Topic Widely Discussed In Austrian
1 Danger of Collisions.
Newspapers. :
Kiel, Prussia Feb. 13.- Low
Mayor ,
Vienna Feb. !
AngloJapanese Chicago, Feb. 13.-A practical demon.tration -
of New York, has cabled to Prince !'
treaty of alliance is !
-- the feature of the utility of a new

v Henry of Prussia saying that IKrrI of today's news in the Austrian newspapers i I departure which, it Is claimed by railway -
02::: SITUATION. ROOSEVELT CUT OF; DANGER. I Vt'iegand. director general of the North :1
I(I and! Russia's
probable action is officials will
BOLD WORK OF ROSBER3.: I ,German j, effectively prove this
II : Lloyd line, thinks that unless y
I I widely discussed. The c'ollst'nSIof solution in a large degree of the railway -
; es Inadequate tai : Crisis Passed: and President Will Pe- I the Kron Prinz Wilhelm sails from opinion
Capture and Bind Man and Loot Saf3 among those who are generally collision problem was made last
s Demands. turn to Washington Uremen earlier than :3: o'clock Saturday
in touch with Rlsian'I's
i is that night on the Chicago. Milwaukee andSt.
The Iron Trade Boston Mass.. Feb. 13.-Young of $900. :.i afternoon he will not be able to arrive the militant Muscovites will endeavorto :: Paul road near here.
fkl' conditions Theodore Roosevelt Fort Wayn. Ind.. Feb. 13.-Tho !, at New York, owing to the rough {
passed a good l largest \ revinge themselves by stirring up i i i The device consists! of an ,.:\('t''dingi -
,,:' IK: night and this uior.'iing! his conditionwas general store of S. K. Randall l weather which )prevails at this season disorders!' Afghanistan i i
while the j i ly powerful headlight, which nut only
: .1;' strength of such that it nun .iui.uuaeed the j at At'i1la. north of here, was entered, of the year, until late in the afternoon Russian government will lie low awaiting ,'''perfectly illuminates the track with

ents the in- president would! I"ator by burglars early today. The safe of Feb 22: too late for the
Washington ceremony
; the moment when Japan havingorganized : an intensely l !
j brilliant shaft of light fora
i. tees 1 making this afternoon. was blown open with dynamite and ,;,, of) welcome and the presentation to the l i
I military forces of China distance
of a mile, but also embrace ,
$::10 i) in
; 'V" country's The crisis of the disease in the right notes taken and a large amount in the prince with the freedom of the city will join hands with the latter anI'j': the striking and novel feature of abeam
1 of Inn has ben I of New York. {
course ? pu.-s"il'! successfully. I
drive out all Europeans with the exception I: of light of almost equal brilliani -
,-I! <.. k and the!: The I left lung has < !b tired to the satisfaction David Shanline, a barber returned When asked If the steamer could of the Russians i
from by that : cy penetrating over 7'Vt' feet above,
ii on on Feb.i of the doc tors and the boy is a sleigh:; ride with a young! lady leave lire-men at an earlier hour time will !I!i I
while the robbers occupy an impregnable )position which can be clearly seen lit miles distant. -
i! prodigious now considered out of danger.Ffcretary were at work and[ i Prince Henry replied that he was in Manchuria. '' I
It i is for
.'. ,., discovered them in the store lie wascaptured ;i able to change the possible approachlng -
nrd and of C'orteiyou: cave out the information sailing hour un-j
Some of the affect to 1 In
papers see I| trains to absolutely locate
and bound! in the"
> Lind. Stain concerning the patient thisnlOrnir. store, where; reach New York early on
publication of tintreaty at the each other by this vertical shaft of;
.' .1' January with: t-!: a:; yiionil.: statement he was Kept. until the job was complet Feb. :?:: The Kron Prinz Wilhelm i is time when Admiral I
ed. A hotel I Prince Henry of! I light, though! miles apart and it is this!
.. Jan.'imption that the lad had d keeper across the I'trf'f'tsaw [ not chartered by Prince Henry. He
K'-em I i a--si one of the : Prussia!' is starting for the United 1[ feature which railroad officials claim

> < 1 ini. quietest nights since: he \\;is taken ill. his rifle the but cracksmen at work and got 1 and his party go simply as passengers States Great liritain's reply to Ger will eliminate the jiossibility of collii

.11 the rate and that under the! fateful nursing bring without assistance and it is too late now to notify the many's rapprochement with the United i sion.

while which he will ha'> forebore to interfere. The safe a hundreds of other passengers that the
i v i n. recovery, while it States. This
vertical beam will, in
sire affair : hilly ,
," -i mi Feb. probably would he sowas! coa>>iderert was completely wrecked'I steamer woil I sail 12 hours eallit'r'than I
country whereroves
especially in
of practically by the explosion. There were five of'' heretofore announced, as she I
'J i' 1. tat sate. Humors feed on humors-the the track are numerous positively

Mr. Cortt'lyoii bU'l f that the Lour for the took robbers Is and what direction they I would have to do in order to catch: the I sooner you get rid of them the better fit the location of trains that notUj -

11\ -if: t1'I! I, the departure of t'::.' president had not not yet known. tide.Herr : -Hood'* Harsapurilla: is the rated- ing but carelessness the ofenginemen
on part
1:' '' been's;;t, hut that the executive desiredto I Wlp and's view of the case is I icine to take i j I, will permit a collision.

.' .. I.: reach Washir.tfra early Friday "C,1ti'ith a Tail. not shared by the commander of the The

." t I nrning. For the first lime since his! The "C" with a tail is the trademark : Kron Prinztl1lf'lm.. The latter thinks When you get ready to i I, ful electric apparatus arc headlight consists of a a dynamo power- ,I

,\ ,1-inal the president talked with the steamer can \'I'a'h'w York by 1 ,
of Cascarets Candy Cathartic.: 1 '. plant your spring garden, and steam motor all of which occupy
'. J midday .b. 22.::
\ while
I"I. ; men they
were set Look for it cm the light blue enameled the space on the locomotive usually
.. the | Prince Hfnry the buy garden utensils
.i' II! t ; report of his &on's condi- metal box! Each tablet staiupe i spent morning;; your devoted\ the headlieht. The dynamo

i I ual.! C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. t ''1 can reading ideals; President and during Roosevelt's the afternoon Ameri'I '- from the l Willis Hardware o'' which generates the current Tor this

II : druggists IDC. vertical\ searchlight/ occupies a space I
I j ht coasted on the hill -
d LI' ; r jHlFS. Mo Fatalities From Wreck. at the back of
of less than 1:> incheside directly i
I j (<< '; '. 'mid. )F' b. 1": .-It is now belie Winter conili: :are apt to result ..tithe| castle over a slope which has I E. Crooner: has bought the en behind the headlight and is operate| ,)

;' .E' .'t\I!.., Will '' fit: i ,i I' thi-re will be no fatalities a s coii-umption if neglected.! They can been the scene of ldf fierce fights. tire \line of hoy:;' and tirU' shoes of by a motor driven by steam
A be ;soon brcken up bv uinj; Foley I Prince lienry his adjutant! commander. the Levy-Pou Co.'s stock at impact on
i i1 g .5. i ili-' \r.I'.t'' df the wrecking of the eastl..iinil a areatbargain a turbine wheel.\
,v.< -' i t'Iecianilnd} New York Honey ami Tar.V.. A, D'Alem-tITU Yon Egldy, and two of the little and will sell" them at less j
sue lertel't:! s:: Palafox. than The current is fi.itfw:; candlepower,
princes factory co t.
I Ii'< i < ml! o!, Ii.,. Erie road! near Warren, O., were on ;nlJaintt>sleighs, thot i which can be reduced to any degreoueer. !

.'Ill: I j 1\' ",->I ;: .afternoon.. Ueorge; Thomas. --- -- -- -- .------------ I inr I }Jri11lan('}' at tht' \\ ill of ,L.not..
t ti 'I D lid city. wLl; wan it first thought f I I}

: i t MV. vi 'I" In- fatally injn.. -'!. regained cons' II ---- -- -... -. .
i ::IL: ., :Miusnt-sis during the" night at the hose BALLEW HELD FOR BIGAMY I

: .\ r.I .' ;deal in Ymincstown and is now believed

I to lit out of dang-r. las Cora q \ \\ Alabama
Newspaper Man Arrested on
i i"! VV .tl I ,James also l) of Cl!"' vland. who was ret I Ii
DISHESFOAfflITEN i This Charge.
'" .,'i tinAt I imrtwl badly injured, is loin; well. i DINNFII8.
Ducatur. Ala.. Feb. 13.-\\111 T. Hal-
..1 + ,:r 'al i.ahr : .s; )1J'fi. M. Uoldimitii f is only slightly in f I

I., .' ; : ?, ,, ,." IIt.d i j jured. II'a newspaper correspondent at

.. .1 I... r. .. ,g' ;'n.1, :::"" pas, r this place, has been arrested on war .

i'a-1'V .1,1.: I ,.i.iiinviiiat, Collections In Philippines Increase. rants sworn out by S. )F. Fought, t

,I. .-.*< h i "!,. M.I- -,. i ured) on Washington. FIJI. I 13.; -The total colledionsi *1 Co flee KoauiD\ ami' ] Tea llelltlnRRE charging; ; him is with Mgamy.liallew 9 !1 ''t

n. i .ivi, 'f "OU the at all ports in the Philippines i the man' who wrote a Ben-

I I' ar -I ::'. -,'ff'W'l'ss..lIII !\ except Siassi! Burin:; January werei. national story for a paper last summer

l 1 I''ax. an hour J Iii;; j."O.f'II')> in void: being nearly as muchas SPECIALTIESAT stating that C. )F. "oulht.'ho: .

.u..i! tii.! '*am. They will i th' collections during October and Is a well known photographer had
i S.-ati via tin- criminally assautel a 13,year-old girl.
straits of :November
last and about $U I +0ltn) 1 1mllrl'
.' .uio: i .eat in servicethere fought sued the paper for damage
than the collections' for the single
NEW OLREANS GROCERY libel and hallow
j.I 4"it was arrested for
months of August and September ,
"" II h! w'm' explored the routf iMt. criminal libel.!

; \Jtaka from Iliamna bay JAMES McHUCH, Proprietor, This week Vought's attorneys secured

f -,, e. left tonight tor Wash proof they allege, that !Itallew

". .1' iinfTcniv with! ('aitain| He Recommends Chamberlain's Cough WEn I INTENDENCIA STREET. TELEPHONE 105- was guilty of the barges/; made. One

.t :.'I 1'0> to the purchase nfShelter Remedy."I of the attorneys S. T. Wert. fount .I,

have Hallew's wife In
I used Chamberlain's Cough nirmingham and se

Remedy for a number of years and cured'>r testimony against/; him. Bale!

"'P. Got Rid of HIs Rheumatism have no hesitancy in saving that f it lew was placed under heavy bond. '"

N the best remedy for coughs, colas t
--- -
> !! winter of I lv.tI t I
wa* so
and I have used in .
.. croup my 1
.Y."lIlt.;, in fact all TO BUILD NEW
!.. :t'.tt I could h'lfdl\'IJIbbl over family. I have not words to express NEGRO KILLS CONDUCTOR. FLORIDA LIMITED DERAilED EX-GOV. ROBERT LINDSAY DEAD I SKYSCRAPER. '
confidence in this II
mgr Remedy.

'w'. ii":!,-I Pain bought Hilm.a bottle From of -MRS. J. A. MooRE North star, J, H. Salisbury Mortally Wounded at Two Combination Coaches Wrecked. Was First Governor of Alabama After I Contract Is Let for Fine Building M t

; '.nation I began to pet Mich. For ale by druggists aud Glen Rock Hotel. Two People Injured. Reconstruction Period. Birmingham. "
medicine dealers.
i- ('lIrl'tlalld! have work- Asheville N. C.. Feb. 13.-At breakfast Albany Ga., Feb. 13.-The sOllthI Birmingham Ala.. Feb. 13.-A lrmlnJham.Ia... Feb. 13.-The i
L: Glen! Hock I spe- contract was let today for another ,t
year.-lt.1VitEI L- yesterday morning at bound Chicago and Florida limited, a cial to the bl.c ;
Jf.-.i. Meet.
Sharkey ara News
I N.V. For sale by all ? hotel J. H. Salisbury, conductor on I through tourist vestibule, train for Sheffield from office building for Birmingham. It will
,' n.edicii.e dealers. :New Y"trk. Feb. I IT:;. A .'I.-mldl! ; has I says: : he built the I
the I Knoxville; branch of the Southern ,Jacksonville and. St. Augustine, was Ex-Governor on corner of Third avenue I '
been receivi-d ,by tinManagers: OJ! Robert R. Lindsay died and
railway was shot and mortally wounded | f "f Ne* Granite Stores. Tom Sharkey from iN-!;i r of the morning after a short illness. Birmingham
by a negro waiter who is now in 1 at 3 o'clock! yesterday afternoon. The lie : Loan and Trust company
II I M Feb 13.-Mr.: I P.rual. Inh'rnationelthit Ct' I tail! at Fort was the first govprnor of Ala 'I by T. C. Thompson & Co. I
I accident was caused by spreading of contractor
*'. I.'. Ala., has the I':rie. Ont.. offering t-; I 1"1' rent of the Jail.The waiters occupied seats around the rails. bama after the reconstruction period. The building will be ten stories high I
material ready for the gross receipts fer a !light:; between Jef induction into office was resisted and will he
the stove in the office! contrary to the I The train arrived at 2:14 o'clock! his I constructed of steel 1 and I
\ handsome stores fries and Shatkey. A copy of the offer predecessor Covl'rnor11.:
on pressed brick.
rules of the hotel. Conductor Salisbury from Atlanta over the Central and. liam M. Smith It will occupy: ) a lot I'
'.' has l been forwarded, to Jeffries. and the contest
< ciipied by Pope over ;: 100 fet
came In and ordered one of thl'nt'KrOf'S was on the Plant system line when the the office square and willoat between
r-g T & Quinn. These --- induced one of the most exciting \, $150.000:; and HGo.OMO. 1
to The accident
get occurred.
up. negro gavehim
'I." entirely of gran- Crazed Woman Freezes. I periods in the history! of Ala \| The company for which It .
an insolent reply and the conductor : The track was torn up) for a distance bama. Is being '
.:i Hopkinsville.! Ky.. I- ,'b. 13.-While iExGovernor i bu.
-H near town. .\. is an abstract
struck !him with his open hand I of 5tl
I. "a 'Token dirt for a crazed from illness :\1 rs. Cornelia knocking the negro from the chair. I the track. Neither of the Pullmans Lindsay died in his 78thyear. I company) and it will\ stand an a pledgeof
md Oluek. member of a prominejit family
buildv the
i Subsequently the negro refused towait j| was seriously damaged!; but the come company's solvency. The con- I
i v S, 11 lot where once it N'-.Kh Christian, wandered in her f! tract is that the : ,
on Salisbury and when the latter bniatinn mail and express and comhl- building shall be
", on the public ; dah; clothes from home. Her body Naval Battle Off Agua Dulco. ,, ready for I
complained! the negro; fired four i nation baggae! : and smoker were 1.1'IIIan"iy by Oct 1. !
was found by neighbors; several hours Panama. Colombia Feb. 13.The
Ihotat him. -
! J thrown down an embankment and badly -
later in the cliffs 5 miles distant. Shu The railroad I men are furious. A wrecked. Colombian government fleet! left Panama j Rum and: Cigarettes Tabooed. I: .

'J '.I.- 11 l Carrier. had been tro/en to death large crowd is gathered around the i The engine; did not leave the track, yesterday morning met the Insur.ger.t I Raleigh Feb. 13 --- \ wi-ll tit-do and

f'T".0 negroes nIL "- Jail. The jail is a strong one and it is |; though the tender was turned topside warship Padilla off AguaiDulce at i i prominent citi/en here has had his I

..'. .1. Vtl-y. Clerk's Wise Suggestion. I not believed that the crowd will be down. 4 p. m. and fought her for one hour.i I will written by a lawyer and so worded -

i i carrier near "1 have lately been much troubled -I able to force an entrance. i Mail Clerk T. G. Haddon was seriously The government gunboat Boyaca was ) that !if one of his sons brinks 1hl..- I

.'hind his buggy with dypep-iia, belchin and I I injured, though not fatally, in struck and slightly dama( wl. The Pa- ky or smokes cigarette he is not w .I

.ie drew his revel '' pour stomach," write* M. ='Mead: I I Fastest Linotype Operator. the opinion of the physicians. dilla was hit three times and sought'IrctTtion i': receive o\er JM of the property. !

'. :ad shot one twicein leading pharmacist of .\ttl >huro, Indianapolis. Feb. 1t.-lalld: 1'"rouse I j I Engineer John Farmer : from the insurgent guns j ;
:\1:1""., "I( could eat hardly anything I was slyightly ashore. i To AC'c OMMOI.ATE: tho charge of a manu of this city has are
a printer i
hurt. He stuck to his frost the J
:: sullrring-even! hour. Myi i until partial to the me of !atomizer in .'
on horseback but j broken the world's record as the fastest train was brought to a standstill. The plying an- ,
clerk Mi!:': '-ted I try Kodol D7pepi.t j I Fatal liquids into the na al I
Ending To paajfes -
in the woods. His i Cure which I did with mo-t hap; : operator on the !linotype machine track will be cleared for tragic by tomorrow Quarrel ** for ,.ninrrtml lritil,>tn, the ; .
and! he was injured py result;. I have had no more i He put up) in hours and 45:; minutes i mo nlcg. Ala., Feb. 13.-Mark Wha- prietors prepare Cream Halm. Price pro. I : t
____ __ ley and Martin ,
trouble and when one can goo to eat i' M.2fiii:! ems. The fastest record herej j u Hayes had a 5priolJsI s including the uprayiiijj; tube i7.'xu. l
in: mince pie cheese candy and I tofore made was the same number i in For Stomach Troubles. I difficulty near this placo. \vhal.-y) was, Dru 'ists I ; or by mail. The liquid 1

K r MIIJ learn. nuts after such a lime, their digestion 8 hours by an Iowa printer. Crouse "I have taken a great many: ditIf'f shot and died at noon .xsterday. embodies the medicinal properties '
ent medicines for
SmlTHIM! ware haR must be pretty pood. I ender This included trouble j i Haynes was desperately wounded ; of the solid preparation. Cream I'
set 91,000 ems. cor-1 i and constioation by t
Mrs S. ': I
\tv by roulionaotUllilrcii Kodol Cure says \ knife Halm ii
yrarc Dyspepsia heartily. a and \lies quickly absorbed
at by the
/ while. frilling, You don't have to diet. Eat all l'! rected proof. I' Geiger; of Dunkerton Iowa, "but I trouble was death's door. The: membrane and does not dry the : tit 1
? It .0..tI. the child -- ------ caused up
re never had a* good results;; from over a eeftlement t
any .
the Roil food want but don't secretions but
H'.layn: all paincures wind :you as landlord changes them to a '
Many School Children are Sickly as from Chamberlain's Stomach & and ttcant i 4
.t rVnidy for I'tarrboe a overload the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia natural and healthy character.
p<.or little. sufferer imliy Cure digests your food. Har- Mother cirny'n Sweet Powders for Children Liver Tablets" For sale by all I A Certain--- ----- Brothers, 56 Warren tit., N. Y. Ely j ,
t : I'ruxgiiitt: in i-vrry purl used by Mother Gray, a nur+e t in druggists and medicine dealers.! Cure for Chilblains. !
w-nty-nye cents ft battle gi H' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Children's Home. New York, Ilreak op Shake Into Ih04> ; f' i
r-.r ':M r. W Instow'a llootbI. : Sidney Kahn. Colds In 24 hours cur@vprlsbnpu. Head Frny-BaUiun Stop the Tickling, a powder your Allfn'i Koot-Easr,
u The
S S : ...... no other ache. Klomncb Troubles. Teething Unor And QuickC! Ally's inflaianyiiioc I in U4*4iroA hemp, Sweating cures, Swollen Chilblains.leet.Kro At,tblt s. best cooking stoves i'
-- den, and liestroy Worms. At druggists
Druggist with all
heater from the Coal scuttles grates, shovels -to Sample milled KBEE. Address,Allen Do you want a magnificent watch eadtihoetltore,45c.: : necessary utensils ; :' r ;'l1 i i 1

8. OIm.tedLaRo1,N. Y. for little money? K so, call on We will launder can be bought from the WttUs i "
Hardware Co. and tiling, etc., at the Willis ;your spreads for I I J'
I Know On Bar Remedy Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac 15 cents each and make them look Hardware Co.

"arm- Hardware Co's. tt r aob ti UeolcL lta name!Ie Plurl&l&A! commodate you. like uw. Star Laundry at ra : : t-
prices.TIIE .

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I 1I I First excursion to the Florida } )
.>Ured at the Post Office It Pensacola .
I f U,, M I.cond.cla.. matter. Daniel ISandmaun and excellent Indirectly Caused the Death of the :, Chautauqua Florida :S.tturdayFebruary., De Funiak Spring 13, Iixi2"The ,.

orrici: rut Bonding,211 4 HO- tb Pals company presented "Hamlet" at I World's Greatest General.It I Pa-"ion Flay" the tory of I The 42d Annual Statement for Year

|z street op-italrt. the opera house last night to a small I Christ shown by continuous Moving
.-. _-- -- i but audience is a matter of history that Na- : Picture, the greatest; in the world, { Ending December 31st
highly appreciative 1901.
PUBLISHED BY i I poleon was; a gourmand: an inordinate -; by Kline's LumiereCineuiatographe or'TH
I i and the portraying of every one of lover of irood things of the table, I

v THE HEWS PDBLISHIN 00. I i the Shakespearean characters were 1: and history further records that his | Company Other attractions The Pontaics: ,

f ''t rms-lnvariably In Advance. ', very truly done. Mr. llaudmann a- I death favorite from dish cancer was of fried the stomach onion; his, it 'I! male*, t.oloi-t quartette;Miss Prof,Bessie and Mre.Turner.oprauo IVter -. t ijITA? t! L1T!rt M URN! 'I
Ii ,. |U Tear by Mall ......._.................. _t 50u Hamlet had to bring into play e'eQ'dramatic i is claimed al-o, was probably c'uised soloist Ilogers1 Joshen i ;
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Its Months > ........ 8 ui' he and he 1
I. i r.r. Months ... .... .... 1 SoOl ability llls"t'--ed from his exct'.i\"e indulgence of Hind ; Mss!i McHurney, dramatic
B 1 Montb" .. 51' seemed to realize thi- important fact. this foud ne"" for the odorous vegetable. reader ; Clark Emerson u Stewartphyingou .

+ 9(* Weekby Carrier pa>able Monda 10 for from the time he received the thirteen different in-tru- Assets S3)1.0j.: ,

vi-it of tm immortal father to the ment
Reserve and Other
C 'rf.erfiaingRales Furnished on App/lea t ,nTELEPHONE A great opportunity, don't mi-s; it. Liabilities 2S9.s11
visit at the death bed of the beautiful t
Only :/) cents for the round trip
I .r Op'ielu: ill1rH-llIat"d by )Ii-
/f7j River Junction
from Pen-acoli
; ,---L r, 'i"U''J ':;'_":::::A3" -' Florence Jilbt-rt. the t-tasje work of and intermediate: station*. bvpecial( surplus (lfrollilUc Djvi ends are hit I* > 71

I :.i. ,=c.- | the }great tragedian was !'imp y train. Cheapest and be-t evcur- I ,1Paid _
"' faultles1'hnspeaktug of the :a-
\ r. ] ; Floe in the world. :

I 'moua soliloquy! Children, .;j cent;. to Policy-holders in 1901 .27 ,
NO-: 118. "To lit .ur not to be. ,; H t-) ;

nun' isiDiMiuedilonwis =' That Will Do You Good. New Insurance in 1901
t4 Something
: grand, and :as the lines were ; $249; ;1'! tS) :
1 PEN AOOLA, FEB 14 1902, -pokenbeing greatly strengthened I \Ve know of no way in which we ,
Total Ins. in force Dec. 31 1901 .
by the dramatic po-e of the speaker, r can be of more service to our readers o $1179 ? ; ; ;
I. the audience realized, that one of the than to tell them of somethingthat I
'' THeLtte-t! issue of The stockmin.: reate-t actorin his line stood before will be of real good to them. II
'W4: For this rel..on we want to acquaint I Notwithstanding; the greater financialtren.nth IIf : _
publi-hed at Jiehunitk Springs i by them and was delighting thetaWith :

Ii. \\". :Moris, i-one of unusual: merit I I a lJow never before seen here ll' I them with what we cou-idi-r one of : greater security which itspilicy-hoKlers t'lert-by' euj) 'y

:1 at the low price ollered. the \'t'rhest remedies on the market LO\V and L"AIIAX1IE5: better than given by other, '
: and interest. The only po"ible improviment The people of ?em icol: can hardly : : 'A/;/ I I'' for coughs: cold: aud that

would be a comprehen- real/) what a dramatic treat j I alarming! complaint: croup. \\"I' re'fer ------- --

i rive and aggrt: ,.-ue poultry depart awaits them if they patronize the !,' to Clumbeildin's: Cough lieme-
ment. ''B.l1ldlllaUn Company The bill to- \ t! d dy. We have ned it with such good !
nijtit; will be "Jticliard 111 ," one of re-nit-. our family so long that it KNOWLES 3RD5. Gen. Agent
j t and ( has become a hou-ehold nece"-.ity.
OM-: feature of the coining annual i hhake-peireSm: bterpiecl'- it
s I isproim-td that it will be put on in :' By Us prompt ue we hivcn't any I W9 *. Palafox .strt 11. I'EXS.\'OL.\, IL.\
meeting of the Florida: Pre-a Aociatlou itentirety and will certainly pleasethe :. The onion i i-undoubtrdly! a whole- doubt but that it ha- time! and again

t should hithe inauguration n Ill.t critici-ing. The company -ome article of food in t f let has prevented croup. The te-tiriouy i-

I I of a movement to definitely a-ctr- i i will close the n-icola enjage1 : m:my medicinal 1 qu ilities of \"IIIue'l i !given: upon our own experience, and MM: "'or1'01: ('.\'(II. VJ71: KXUM.: : L111 .
FIrhla 1! \ to-norrow night when :-itp\'I'II' but it would be uillicult to find amore weugget: that our reader. eppcially l'i
Lain who; "The N'e-tor of the i
I 'fonV"J J,.kyll auJ 11 Ir. Jl.\de' n.dige-tible article then fried ', ifo-e who htvemalt: children \\'ewant timber 1 hlld uucl umim-i I'M.! pri !!ii.-: 1 I.iiimL .
Peens During the life of the Will be played. onionand to many people they tire always keep it in their homeas proved land in large 1 : tractwith :inneli. |Iii r..t "in -II i

i lamented !>.> ke no one disputed hi- (o simply (poi-on but the onion does ; :a "af.'g-uard a !:un-f croup.Camden !nod tillible -oil to oil for ca-h. runvery fist. 'I'IK. KI ,

il claim to that di-unctiun ; Muce hi 9' T\\ (> : not -land alone III thirepe('t. Any (:-;. C.) :Me.-eiiger.For; by all We handle siiirli 1 laud.. exclu-ivnly! the one atlopti In' l' I'lean .
i article of food that i- not thoroughly; druggi-ts and medicine dealer: and solicit corre-poudence with ; Kxpositi'iti: III 110, '' : .
dl'athtH'ral different: one-have 1\: Ell Till.OHIO:: \
111 i It digested bet'olllraitree of dl'e l't. ow ner?. I they are the m'-t.l in-it' I' '

I been ineuuoiH-vl as: \his successor to Two frame dwelling- Jack-on; and di-comfort whether it be fried l>rmnj; Out the I:iiiiiy.Thosa .\. L. VAN-PATIJN&CO.. any: other: tn..> :ir, : ;
the onions or beefteak.. 4ns Rotten Avenue Chicago 111.I ; .
( + between DeVilIiers aud Olivia: 'Ihe rea-on wllall" vholome .. nrn-- till-..- il...irj... of. n,..>.H._ .. 'churn-..... .2titi worthy,', Iottf.13', and. diil i ; .,1LlppUlH I
.1' '''r -iv ill!i i I.
andudden.. anillung
I MANN street fool B i not promptly ; attacking throat ---- ----- .
l'oLV' ) owner of Town Were totally destroyed by fire digested is are agent-ft "n. the m iii i; I.

1 Topics, \'hitt'dIo ilt: and New Orleans shortly before noon and only by the because the stonricli lacksomt 11.1- one dOrnut-, and leading like to to con-cquei'ce-think 'about. : will repair your watches and and carry a-... koft Ii! "I.! i ,

port hut element of digetionome; 'ijtwehy, in tr t-cl.4s" style. J. I t timf'; sitei.: l i-n. 21 I tt.. j- ;. .
work of I
luri1! ;the carnival, and in an tlucieut the liremen: vva; ; tIp ;tomachlaiks Avoid, further expo-tire and tight .
peptone: others are I ha"d
entire row tf house aved. The the f.111'Uof health lid I to bthipped at i u "n .
I" inteniew is reported ;as expressing deficient j in a comfort '
: i::i-tric juice, still other- nutli'e lrilll
lire was di-coveied about I 1\l :1;; with Perry DiviPiinkillir; \ the given t<> HllU' tting i
the conviction that (;rover Cleveland :' hydrochloric acid to purchase.
clock aud an alarm rut from h will be democratic! ." one thing Ileees-ary to d'l in _-. I Lll'HVIAN P.K-MI I
nominee III Imll'.f
t. { >, \\n'ht and DeVilliertreet -. of conquer cold in a d,iv. ht e tint tiF.------ .
I for the presidency in l IDOl.) The almost -. The hoti-e in which the lire any ply ca-e these elements poor dige-ti of ito due-tio.-up- you get: the right article. '1 here i- (I I Sn.I..I: !" I. ,

l 1 miraculous rever-al of democratic started waalmost burned to the inch I j but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'.
the-tounnch 1 ickami nothing
j i
I ground: when the truck arrived and i l All kinds of' 'I/ilil. r
does this
-o thoroughly andufelya I
public sentiment concerninghim : the other our was burning. It was j jseen tituart'Dy* Tablets. Twentieth Medicine \\Itatdicarc i' jn-tilies the belief that he could : that adjoining property was ini pep-ia Century .l1* "> < 't

.1 have the nomin,ition if he would ;i idaugrr'ud attention was directed : on Dr.treatment Itichard-oii dv-pep-ia in!writing and a tlu-i-indi, CasrarUs ClnlICathartic are as tiI VEUT1NE8EIj [ (i) at 'lie II '/ /fl1(1
to prevent the II lines frompread- ahead! of ;
iI accept It, hut scarcely any one will ; cloehi- rellhlrkby a.iying : ancient pillI"iMlb\ and ware Co>;.
in I
'.' believe that he would doo.. ;llith: hou "for tho-e: -ulfermg from acid! l liquid: ph\bic as the citrine light of Ii B A r.J rl E R
-h; were occupied by uegroes. m i SALVE.
'Ihe byour, watery the tallow caiulle. Genuine stamped' .m
1 f Sum turn 1-:111I"IiIi.mal: MIIVI'incm. family in the ours in risings, or for tlttulent: dypepiahown C. C. C. Never sold ill bulk. All the mobt hca.lnu oalvo h Word.
I which the lire started went away, I I
The elfoits of a group of di!.- I leaving a Hie t the by gas on :-tol1ll'h. cau-iug- i : (:i AND (i'
I j! burning; in grate \heart trouble and ditlicult breath- druggists IDC. I m() I
tin ubht'd educator; and plulinthropnts and it -upim-ed the tl ------ --- The
: loring;
lugs as well as fir all other forms of F. F:. Hrawner has bought the Happy Hone/; : :
caught fir-t. .\ lot of household entire : } ; '
; to )organize for the par '"-e -tomach trouble, the -afe-t treat- luipnf :
goods were burned. youths'and boys ('loth ill! ( J 'm
of aiding existing forces in the work : I, meat: i; to take the or two of stu irt's o f the Levy-Pou Co'; stork and will I!) \furnished home. Mar

;' 5h of education in the South:; are taking An Iatly: Morning 1 'lie. 1I\ -Tablets; after each ri<>;il. close them out at lets than factory
tangible I i! ]I idyl-.lheut beciuthey contain t-0-t. Call quick. ejhdna. can xu/>/>lit /I'jll'itlt
f rhupeacturCingtoatecrllt At i o'clock this 1Il'lrulllthe newof ,,1111 harmful drugbut;:: | are -ompu-pl// 1 f I I M all
i article in the New York 'lnbune. : re-idence :\lltolrlll< Brown! tit 1 valuable dige-tive-/ which act ----- -- needed in the r
1 The Mheine! has attracted the mtereMed Tenth' avenne was de-troyed by fire. I promptly upon the food eaten. I TOl'HlS-\1'1I-\TIO\:: : III houicfurnishing a III, .

attention tf a number of and the origin; of the tire is a mys.I i( never knew a ea-e of digestion or There will be a regular meeting (:) J I I !or'cstl/rlcc.s cash or well '
't '' tery. The house had not been even chronic dy-pep-ia which Stu ; :
of iip\t :Saturday: at 7ti: p m.. at 1 III! fili
men large wealth among them 'f for the pi-t several days, and!, Tabletwould not rp Ih." Ta-t Human start, of the "Tour-

t the elder! and young liockefellf-r,, for that rea-on the fire w .is of mj.ctndury Cheap cathartic medicines: cl.urn- i-ts Club of Penicola." AH are urgently I (:::3 j I I SCIIIXII,_S.|."'.'tII't| ;

aud others almo-t eqinlly well oiigin. The firemen e1 \- ins' to cure dy-pep-1 and indige- nque-ted! to attend, a- there >. [Q
!, i 1 tin'd the lire and were b ick in i I tlon can have no effect whatt'v..r in i; bumeon hand.11 rrl iI .If ('. 1. 1IIIIIIKHHIH ,? II V .11. '
known, and the 1I1I\rtlnt\
i j pio-pect of i of i pltdtfor '- |tlie IIUII-"- WUIIlIl, II M.unity, :.fft"rthl' ictiveh; digesting the food and .I totwitaro. quthtcd to xtteinl tad !C! [to 11 i i iIi .',11.1 iiH
large sums for the
( money t tprotcutitin al.inn curie in. allY cathartic medicine a cute regiter..1 gout pn gnim i i- arranged. } <>sie-the| ..t'lIltt.Hd I I 1'11" '
of the walk H 'regarded I hr< indige-tion: i- a mi-nomer. I'liMMIlTH- IJ' j tioin ry w h'i*", III tn'w!
a* assured. | Tot Causes Night Alarm. Every diu{gi-t in the Tinted i I Iil I vt'IIIl'| -; to m ltd1Itoy :

I 'I he plans of the organization have' "One night my biother'-bihy was. States and Cluada -ell- *>tu.irt'- D.v s. It' ,ulir c"unuulicaion a| Cr.v-tul I l HOI,.dKurd'
taken with l'ruup"writellrs.J. C. pepii'I'ahletsaodtheyarehotuul; )' ot INcdinbi; i L"d.10, 1J. ATCOE'S ll'olland !lin I
not jet l>et n formulated definitely 1 u!Milder; of Critteiid"ii, 1\,'.. "it -eemed the and motucce .ful but I, .". I.G. F. it A. M I.. it ,;ail::.. p. m.Moiuiy Ii(il! I ii;;! I I.idifArt P'tati..u. i I.
i.' but its '-. announced, in- I U would -tlangle; before we could I the must -cientitic of ;any treatllJl'UII ) \ h.b. 17. \ ilt- Frier.rn Mail: I'ttrtit : ..

;: dicate that the work to be undertaken get a d,Ktorowe give, it Dr. King'-- for iiulige-tion and! -torn,ich trouble-. 'V inn brethren invi'ed .\ -' Mit: 1:11.: I'!'

will be supplement tlrj': and I IauxilLtry New, li-covery. which ;give quick IIAuRvV'. ill:isI : IC pll..-. MI.IIIOMIKIUIII... I I
n n' .lief sod OI.rlJlanl'ntl'l'urt't! it. U e' MlNINQ TROUBLES IN COLORADO. \\'. )'C, KtsxLtK. S; C. If I i! All new 'nut liri,; M.
to that
'' now d'ol'lnUI'IHI r ilvvav- keep It ill the hoili J to pro -- \\'. M.

the -eveial endowed ill-titu- 'tectour' | r'uldp-n!' from Croup aid I I Attack Made By Strikers On Japanese C) HIP

tioni in the- south devoted to higher: \\hoopingCotigh.;: It ('ufl'lIl1IPIf a Miners. Cash or Crwlil inon

education ; on othtie maintained by chronic bronchi trouble that mil 1 rioniue, ('oIl).. 1'..b. 13.The tiou!! CJ.lSTORIAFor I til j 11 ,
other r1'1I11'11w"ul,1 relieve Inftllible .'-."- .PT.Y1rI .;.--. I
..- - - tare at Marti
voluntary lontiibutions) from individual \ : !or Cough-; ., ColdHIM it bl' liiiu ern for Vutor Fuel l cnnlpnltamt ; .o.J'I ,V 1'1 I
Infants and Children. I
I.l i I -otirces and devoted to indiiitiiil and Lung troubles. .VJc and *UM") nn u "al I: are the loicest.lirn ,

p5 utUCilt <)II, and on tile Irial bttilfs free at YV. .\, D'Alem-! ;mints at (Chamllfr! near this sit\', tin. The Kind You Have Always BougM .. .
'berte'-, 121: .>. Palafox street miiiatfil !
houthein people in the in an attack on Japain \\ .
IIlalUteulIUCI', f.oJ.- : \iMir.loliii- .u
--- .
by ixatlou, of the public ;school l i ,\ \'.\LIMIM.I : miners the who hart taken tli"' tila" s of Bears the2&7; X/f T" 1- 'nd your mu-clt- -'itrheumatism .
( striUetb. and tll"' >!ninlition olj wCz \
systems, of theeveral" -t ites. I Signature ofbcrcsnrs ff1 & 4.f1 [I 1\\ whin \ ,
'I,1 I1'F.It1hR; H \I.l tin IIIIal'<( a 3 kt1t'7 ipram a jointbast; .
Hadtich a movement [icon maiiguraltd iii-* v
.. '
.Japall"s Th mnli IIIU\\ the ..talil 1L.J.,1 brui"e .
yourself Pin k
j inaui-tliateiy soon, :tilr.lfaxnu'Dluriug: Clta will I ftlt ; .. .. 1:.* :
lH! t out of the i a'I'1'i | cars, pocket 'It ':-.J>" tint thl' -.>'d :
I 11 after the clo-e of the civil the !gine a V tlriitiiiiuraqueraJe ball at .-,'\f ) j".4v;:/ ," \
war. ; ( i In affair ""'-ii i- >1 ailr i a m..tIIlC furl table cutlery of thcrery J.) ; a jilfy Always t I t\- ,
IIi XliiI -r .
; people of the houth: might have avtnue Friday evening, of -tiiktiii at whuh i il a't-d' illII"SfII l fi..J- .- ai:d II-P it frt-elv .tt ,
I : y 1 r. .1--- ::
htb I 14 Miert will be best ::
a mail box ukes al the .
lowest ,
JH I 'Jtl' --- ;rt -' ttieriIs, but .
I '+ ';. been partially relieved of n stns t from which valentines will an ultinuTiiin to. tin \'""loi' FII..l I '. L.. ol" PHI
H f'.1} bo di- at the \\\'illis\ Hardware ...k.- .... .'' __ >R -Z"1IIot... >.iv'i-". Pncf ':>/'. ttfoiey's :
grievou-- burden, undertaken vvhilttheir t' tnhuted. Admis-lon .6 cents. Uuaud uuiiM'iv! uiaiiilnii| : t'i' deft oval l 01 i prices, ,- .. .... ...... -
.. I
J .s,
1 > ( :\ I
:. de.-tttntioii wa- greatest, huT hav ,i jolly time. fold IIII't"| : \ \1'0,1 \'.,1- <' r'll I V/v.. --,-. ,., f ..\. : \-,. .3.i.'U" '
E I, : lat.-Im 1 ; ""fii' .\ .t.t'lit. ,.. K/CD (
: bravtl.v accepted( aan' inevitable : unit m-:. \\hll'l1 n : Ian!' 1.-.. q..r '1lr. -,.. : /
con-tqueiice' of condition-:; re-ultiu.: A Deep }') tfrY. !i>' 1I'nd.! that .'"1 iiu'ii .lapani si 'iMllV! \\' \ ? in Parlor :". ._ ;;. ,. : i mtkC kidttv1o a d t!' ,

i from the war. and in bearing wllll'lI. It ia mystery why women endure SUit o'i II:!K {ir wav 10 tin 1'lallld'r! ) j MlLliO! and Bedroom v .;"" ;W414t .. ,
however B.K'k.ichi:, lit'.idache. N'ervousii-, ini!., .iihl, tIll",! -.1 niftgfil l iln stn'ib !\. I C A f'j T. o T'I. 7: .

; onerouthey have nevei r<|I.' '''. Melancholy. Fainting II that!: : C!:, y 'It i brd! at our' to rid Furniture at Mars-' I: BiIIJI ''
for a moment Loinpluiued or falter stud: Uizzv hpellw'h"u tiiouandliavt thi I
: ,
< ollllll'lit: mil the '. Th' High Living
> I
ed. Ida have proved that Electric: Bitter- toil J' ( '//linn's, Eg: therZ' ......
ti it clay been that they \ all.!.. i, (11'1'1,1. d :tl'oilt, ) jnil !iT 9 @l. .
them-tlves will quickly cure such treiubhs. "1 Innot i ipo-ihl. .1: Tats I '>.-1. Our 1 yl
} were scarcely preparedat 1 1 1I \ r I"l > 'i !6 ,tiiii !d 1 i 11 :IP0111 patrou
-ulltred for years with kiduevtrnuhlf' ,. an pciricni( Iflw.!, il l f..d. ,
that time to welcomeitch teas i 1'11-- hint: athn'11:11! y't none --
: tin
Ju.i.ii ,
atiftauie --
: .
J ; and it may be that bill ..i IMi.r-oi writeMrs., la., "and PhebeCherlcyv a lame back. ..", \\. r ro'gLI} IJa:. II' .I. STOP I r r YOUR CURSING mm cmiid'h h.-t-t-HMD! .v.'in n-t' I the II' "iniK-r-pending man too' ----*;-ATHICK'S- > .

[ reason Ilf the exptTIC:ace they have p:nut'el! meo I could not drmmy --- ----- -- .\trflln
self, but Electric !INCREASED
P.ltteivholix APPROPRIATION.
: and the
; had spectacle Inch the
.\\D (;:1I'Tuf'(
cured me. anil although 73 tear- --- :(fHII! (Ccnlur '
: : hll\ epreseutedofsellrrlianeeundo r oid I now am able to do all : ) I
.' ,. the must adverse circumstance-, the !housework.:' H overcomes C 'ntipition. \m;i- Postofflce Bill Goes to Ho 'se With Biq tJ J 1 HetllIr Ultfoxcell..nt II I i I
Additions'iini.toti : ={ i; !

.111.:;, I 'I''I't;. pre-cni totditl movtimnt I will result inmere a pet feet. health improveAppetite Only flits!( at ,1V give-. A. \\.'.'-' F, !h. i J.; Th. iiostotfittu ': ... ll w U Iw in f'l-r Keytb l 1 -idealart

t ana intelligent welcome I' D'.llemberte'sdrug. 121 S. Pal- < roi'> :atiun tiffIt: \hd: !' !be'e !I"., '* -'rv''I. I t

i : ; of the aid that is promised a- :, fox itrl.t't. p:'n' t i a: ;, 'untj.I.,; t,..f I I \ t1:.' he'-- The a'I'ry ftxid i reaiuhlt'fOr prii-' '

Mjl will a more coiupreheniveand t' crtlllt't' "11 |,o-t ,:':. ,, il..1 r in t Sporting and : well conkd and- W"IIers'tan tint- 'rl'I'! IM i, i i : i
I MAtllVr.: COM.MUICK, i i I' .'
,ll{' gHieroubetowal of such at d I. to.l'-'! <'ai'Io.f i j.:7: '.i. "'is :.n aol -. room H well appointed unit ('. I.1"! :
.\ meeting/ of the democratic excu ill '.:x'11"' Athletic Goods. alJh" DoSistUI'
than could Iabel'1I po-,ib'e' "utthat 01 far rill i Ill 'tii'ro ,i
I live committee of E-iambia:
tlllle. countvw uriHt.oii: I Those 171
ill be hrld ill the i I (
ottice i f Hon. 'I .
i The !
arrest itt i:' is ? |11 :> """I for
'Hit fact that the burden of negro R. :Mcl'ullab county judge at j::i1 Dent Eny a Bicycle Etfore[ Pearl & Nicolau
railway! ,,.
jl j I : {! education in the ."'lutlht'r..tnfllff''I p.m. Thursday, 20hdiy of Februarv. mane! o tipon 1. r: 1.TI"! ,

HIU'!. for the purpo-e of consider 'I rualrr.'O'y: 'tri 'it. an ..i-: :Jl'S :S. Palafox MIHI .
borne by the people throu!;li tit e'' at! Cur New CelmaMa>> ,
: lug a iminpndJtntn of some one frea.sf 01 ;Jl$1..11-1/: n.ak.nt; tin! total !1
j I public M'hool.iiiied. here and therebv to till the v,ic, in the $7; .3J'1'"i": anrt : i
'I incy office of supeivior |I'ii>\ \isioii is made to ; CIo rui:i: MI !sicIncorporat.d INI'CI i
Iii' indiv i idual: .gifts to e-tablished II of Oysters in all st
... regitratiou.j i ii JU.TTOP: AND THINK i I
: I'tituti.u.-J.; now' being ;i C. PVKKHILL I !
i ,
i b.v-Mn just '11 or salaries, as at '
j :iil as one tint should be assumed by I\N )\\t'UI'IIY. Cnairman. present, FinE New Columbia ChairllesConter -. ''WIAIm OFFEIJI.NU: KXTKINDUCEMENT .Short|;i orders pros :

J .'( cret u '. Hrake . . .. -) TO 1'1'1- :
The f V trtlu
: the country at larg, ia di-tmct extra allowance for fast railway CH filled !
: OF j I
,: I Fine New I'olurr.bia. l'lla in
'II advance in ublicentimeut that, M\e, >ouIK.MCI.I: :. mail service between Washington and ('na-trr Brake: .#14tk/ 1 i I

I (Ii I cannot fail to met with utuveril'appreciation. : '. --- I New Orleans is in< ludetl, For increase Filip.f'W Mon.irch. ChaihlrsM: : ) PIANOSREFOIlF : Best the markcf

r I In re-pnt( to theirproptr ': Munoln IVmple No. 4. H Ithbluei.t..r of salaries, ot postottice clerks fSl1.IiHI' Fllpf'W late Made Chain : THE HOLIDA1HTH.1. I

.1. education, the -, will hold regular nieetnige ; is allowed and }.(MM"M' for inu..aF-e in \\>.el- from ..$ll.<.*i to $ir 4o :: affords !
tlegroe1 Fridiy ilternooii. Feb. II'' i They have over three' carloadofi l
I" 14 at 2l-:* 'alolrle" of r-If'( -hatld I
railwayload Itlcycle.rood
S. !' ,, eutially what they have been II'cl'i i'k. F.vf-ry: mt-niber employes NewFpri'ht Piano to select from Private
t, politically -que-ted condition i... :.$4.:M to |s (,"> The Old ; parlor t :
toattrnd. I Favorite-
: the +tunl-audnthrrnl "K'UANH'H: &
designated ward tf 1
.,f. 1 bu-me-... She Didn't Weor Masks Full Line (;011, Tfiinn, Baseball and ail H\CH" "V "
portant: a : tHI'aud :.Singer"Pianos ; dinner
\ i' the nation" : and it i i- much to b'' kllld- J parties,
111is.1'.1.I1K.St1Nt:6' Hut her beiuty was (1)lplftfoIJ'hiJll'1I 1 hI' ".rent >evrruut"iaandtitlLamp. are shown in prMIFjllI-all
I I' hoped that the disposition to relieve 1lts- FIMIII: GORE M. E. C. by ore; blotches and pimp. 'Thf :wnet' .t-F'onsous Hammond TSp-- styles; and woods to -elect from. In j -

G ,t the eolith of a part of the burden ofeducating \1. H Ci le- till she u-ed Hucklen'- Arnica w ntrAQTonf Isughttoride. Wheel ani man Piano Players thy have the f-amon-

:, "I.. them will grow and increae i, live. Then tl1f'itd..hf'd a* will furnistud tr..... CROWN PIANO and ANOELI'S Mobile Oysters

until I the federil 'ill Frtiptiona. liver >' re-. Hoil-. Big Impair Hiop .XII Kinds of OKCHE": 1KAL, a whole orch'-tia, :
1 '1 I congres6hall After Dinner I'leer-. Carbuncle and felon from Work Done at the command Itf anyone-no : 1'.r:1 Kf 4 ,IPAI'T'.I ,

,:t' I iim It n duty tt> undertake t. T, ..--1,1 i di-i-'i:'. reVvc: ".. itue Infallible for CutCorn-. All ibis at the Sanit-Ohl 1 1'1111'1.F. exhibition knowledge of mu-ic required. .\11' I lit:
.. 'rc'i Burn >cildand }'ilPCure iruarintfed. every day. Al-o tht- '
i :11: "r dpi:km. !1.1 PINE
.: I Tie remnant ol the llemtenrJ5ro ti j':< int ronstipaiun.LakeHood's O bt..rtily 2jc: at W. A. D'Alemberte. Celebrated "Apollo"! and 1'C'ecili.w"piano F'IiUZ'I'
t ) ,.. \ l'uo 'ioccry stock will be 121 >.. Pahfo "trppt B. Bruce player: All of the above instruments ; : J;
: '.j old by th. a.-i-rner. F. F:. Hr.npr, Pills -- --- ; will b" -old on ea.y pay ;, THE UNION REST AUDf

meu-bauts and con-umer- -i c- Foley's Honey Tar ment if desired Call early for (

:::1 I raise priers Uoiug fast call quit k. ;v.J t H'rYre 25 tents. and 15 S. first choice. Frank L. Wilt
iorchHdrca.safesure. A'o opiates. Palafox.
CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. Proprietor, Union:

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T tiitt's sPills I use Reception ris Hctel Tendered In Birmingham.Her at the MorI I I (I 1 iUJ1iskey I

SYRUPcures Ala. Feb. 12.: -There the molt fatal ol aH dis1
Hacking Coughs, was a general reception at the Morris '
fhli I"rular remedy. ae\er falls to Sore Lungs, (jnppe: ,Pneumonia hotel lln this city this morning in honor I 1 I IIICI.FOLEY'S. JIE

rfatudlly cure Nine Men Killed Outright aDd Brunt hit w in a pj of Mrs. Jefferson Davis, who arri\"el1|

(spep5id) Constipation, Sick few day>:!. Why then risk gjj j last evening. She !Is on her way to I KIDNEY eiilE II I

Keadathe, Biliousness Near Hiddlesboro, Ky. death Consumption? Get Dr.a) blow, ('ure'I! ''I j Jackson Miss, where she will appear And the Best Liquors ;

AnJ ALL DISEASES I arising) from a Cough Sjrup. Price, i5c. before the legislature to urge the purchase I of all kinds served by

and Bad Digestion ANOTHER MORTALLY WOUNDED Don't be imposed upon.kefuse by the state of Mississippi of Polite and Courteous
Torpid; the drain > sub-tilnu it Beamoir, the old Davis mansion. I j''or Contsini AtteudanU.
result Is goud apjxrtitefltsh. ,
neural i not as goal as t Dr hulls moneyrecognized
The Ind sollJ : Dose small; c:1t"lant.Iy Engagement Occurred at Lee Turner's SahaUun Oil cure khtumatisci.! Hundreds of persons attended the | by eoiI I-
.ugar,".t !lnd easy to Callow.NE Aches end Pains 15 & 35 cU. i reception this morning and had the I 11 the best lot FULL MEASURE AID
Dent physicians u
Substitute.- Quarter House Saloon, Where, With I privilege of being greeted by Mrs. .
1d-e r Friends He Had Barricaded Himself ,------- --- ----- Davis. || Kidney and Bladder troubles.

: UAIGONBOAT SUNK. and Resisted Arrest. BRIGANDS FIGHT BRIGANDS. She was presented with badges by FRO ft. .... ..... BROS.
\ : --- the local camp of Confederate Veterans W. A. D'ALEMBERTE.
n..c'rr.s fie General Cresj Lunstiilt! :, Ky, Fell: 13.--.\ specialto : Another Band Tries to Get Possessionof I and was the recipient of many I j

V" '" 1' j Ciptures Crew. The Times Horn Middlefaboio. Kj, ,, Miss Stone. I beautiful floweis from the Daughtersof I PARKER'S I. f, Harper f iiitey.M .

,11 I." ul Oiiaioa. F,-bf bays: I Paris Feb. 13.-Referring to the reported the Confederacy |I Cleourt HAIR and tttiutifkf BALSAM U, hIr. ain Home-Wl H. Palafoz street.
h lommiinirated : "C" onhrg! to the latest reports from I II' engagements Mrs. Davis left on a special train at Frumotet a laiuritnt ,ruathI K. R. Kichanue-Opp. Union Depot.

1'I n i, \ll'ludan revo the seine ol jcbterdaj's tight at LeeTimer's the between brigandsfor 12:30. I Never Hair to Fails its to Youthful Heatore Color.Gray P. O. Box 2M. Pemacola, FU.
t I' possession of :Miss Stone, the It was learned today that :Mrs. Da. I I Cure rnp: d,mur A bur tw c,. 1'houe-i 118.2e .
', i'tailor. <'onflrms Quail!*'r llou--e, in bell I Sir .nd tllOl&11m i.w

1 i. "ttter hank the :. (olInt). 31* wiles from this city, Lt:- Echo Constantinople de correspondent of the II. vis had been offered In the north $yO000 ,-
t'r;.iii-ral Ciohpo, teen tjttlurb and fiti/ens of MiddlesI says: for BeauNOlr, but refused to sell. I) -

II 1 ,".,u. The cal i I Lure and! mouutainetr h feuds uf Turner :Madame"The captors! of :Miss Stone and She offers the place to :Mississippi for :r AMIAVERY '
+ 'n-u" { are prix\ I \) niinete killed in the conflict. another have been attacked) $10,0uu, provided the state will estab .
!. "i" tailor.' The dead are: of brigands, seeking toIf''lIre lisp\ aud maintain there a home for ,

''u.''n obtained!I Charles Cecil, deputy sheriff and I the ransom.the prisoners in older to get confederate. soldiers. i (AMCMier It Mn 4 JP'1IOfba.)

Naval etiKaKo- following mountaineer. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFLardware
I "Twenty men on both sides Mothers can safely give Foley's
Charles 1)3 e, \iere
.1.1 last off the ; negio. killed during the fight, but the Honey and Tar to their children for'
llaish! original
1 .
uh he bound 1 captors( of the coughs and cold, for it contains no I!
.ward hero that I NVatsou. :Miss Stone were Urtonous. \ opiates or other poisons.; W. A. ,
., I Frank Johnson Turner's bai'tender.Mike. was not huit. D'Aletnberte,121: S. Palafox.
-Ian gunboatj
Iron, Nails, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Happllei, Oookln
these waters. I NVc'lbh: Turner's chief hcuttuBllt -
j. tuft thi'sed Von Baudissin Returns Calls. A RELIABLE FAMILY MEDICINE. and Heating; Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glass

,i i Jim 1'radoa. Count Xew Von York rsaudi&bin Feb. 13,-Kear Admiral 1 I There are so many things needed ,, Agate and Tinware and Honsefnrnlshlng Goods.
a r 'i A man named Hopper.John commander of I
.D NEAR. Doyle of the officer's posse the German imperial yacht\ llolK-nzol-\ ) in a family when health U not up to Gram, Pistols and Fishing Tackle,
0- tern, began I the standard. One of the principalthings
early today to
I It m also! claimed that an unknown pay return
nually Grows moonshiner perished:: in the flames ,: calls to the r.y officials and army and I of use to every family is a re- !I AtfENT tot Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant

G.ut.. .: ,! Bedside. I[i when Turners saloon was burned, and :1 navy officers whose ff'prrsl'ntati's1.1' 5 liable: liver tonic, ;something to liven '!j'I Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery W peel Company Laftln Ran

r I Count Tola! ':Several other persons are reported to !I received on the Iloht.nollernyesterday. up a lazy !liver and make it do its I Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomlne, :ron Klmg1 and Back' Mora(

\\.al..r, lib ha\e been burned to death, although The rear admiral in full work without fail and without dan- I' and Ranges, Wm. Coops A Co,'. Raw Hide Lace Leather, Maiary. BetdT

h his I'lIllot''a.- there is uo onfiiiiuUioji of this rumor dress uniform of the German navy accompanied j I gee to the patient. HKPATICUUA: i Made Railroad Colon.Masonic .

'., pn"lInumiaII j I f consul, General by an aide and the Derma ii the best liver tonic. Keep it in Temple Pensacnla Fla.
r I liuenz. went to the I, I
h. The battle whir h was one of the '
improve1ituro navy yard to his the house all the time for all use on
J 1 most affairs pay respects to Hear :
.f, hat desperate of its kind In Admiral! all occasions and see how much itI
.\' ally. i the history of mountain warfare, occurred IF.' C. BKEXT, WM. n KNOWLEK W. K. H\KR. JK., J. 8. KExtlx.Preeldeut :.

k 'i. ,nt's fam I between 1 and 6 o'clock yesterday i A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. I will nnpiove. the health of your | Vice-President. Cuhler. An't Collor,
I Ifatmlv.Your
:.. it.Postms'ers..-, aft*'i noun. j i :Mr. W. \V. Hiker, of Plainview, ,
b. tlrui-'i; =i-t gives a writtenginrantee
l.a-t month Turner had some mules i|iXebwntea: "My wife nad lUll :
: with every bottle. It it
.., : end other: goods letied on in paymentfor \ trouble for over fifteen years.Ve 'd'\ a debt, and a few nights tried a number of doctors; and !
"'. i l' stmasteri ago, it \18 j peut 'y.u: get your manes back FOR
i"MI ,U 'ulluly, Hlleut-d, he with others went to 5'ir.Kinia II over a thousand dollars without any a:1LF: PV ALL DIUHJ 8TOKK8.!
relief. !She was low and I lost all 1 I
is: i \ i\'ii! ii'inoved.; where the property! had been hope, when friend suggested II I I PENSACOLA. FLA.DIItHOTORale

f. II \\'. Bullard. taken) seeuied what was formerly hit j I ins? Foley's Honey and Tar: vvhii'h try I J. IEXS1COL l .

'..0\' I I. fG.,:.ana. and returned to the Quarter Hoiiim" I I did ; and thank be to this threat I

.1 I r.i 1\\', in'V. Yesterday Deputy Sheriff William I remedy it saved her life. She i i.< l !

I. ,'/",I II M\. I'lltflH, Thompson biiiumuned: a posse of 10 or stronger and enjoys better health : G CONSERVATORY[ r ijf MUSIC WM. H. KNOWLE3 W. A. BLOCNT F. C. BRENT. W. K. UYER. Jb

.. I' I C A Fucd- 15 men for the purpose' of arresting\ than ;she has ever known in ten D. G. BRENT,
Turner at his 'tal'tI'r House" saloon \'oar"e shall never bw without '
_6 : Foley's; Honey and Tar E. O'L CHAFfERS f Director
The LouioMlla and Nashville refused and would ,

sit' H from O-gllrltl':Torture.- tortiblel to and convey they walked the officers through to the the baloon inuun- I aka D'Aleniberte those 1'yuy.Cnnwuu alliicted, lil: ! 1'.1 try afox it.", \\". A Piano: Voice Culture Violin, Pipe ; r Pri1! 8 DaiitL I Ch W I 0 U A 111 Si1Lf

tains way I
; Cornet ;
Organ. ,
l .tut i idling and I
and ousters .
aid oti. '
riudy jii tia and.old
i 1:1:it->I.1"1'1111'i(, '1'in'tier had heard that an attempt I ;: I i Cello, etc. We draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland

'!" .bit-. The tor- ould be made to arrest him, and Id I from the cheap I Also: Director Peusacola: Concert I' Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Not
,: lit WittVitch anti hit men, 13; in number, gave lb eIAll GraAe way, Sweden: Denmark and other European countries.
id" at owe. Fur o&Kerb a waim re(,eption. I 13 est to the veryfinest !i Hand aud Elite Orchestra. ,
burn-, bruiei ,. i frVeBBels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and theli I
saloon sell
The suited for
is an attaek furniture at .AI arstOIl' Brass and Music I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination I
: t l i- I i'! iunequalled.d'. String Furnished I Ten or Fifteen Day
like: this It l n built of huge loss;; after Vessel Arrives there.
> 1',111. Arkay: : f-Quina's.
I ,"' i il I ith the prod : and is i'llrrollnI..rl| ba 30' .foot fence, I I, All Occasions. -

"r ;oli-- and conic I In which l loop holes are cut, so that Thos. C. Watson & Co., Addre:": Kscambia Hotel. It Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

: 'I' lllc urn!! 1 15Y tl-if j Hit.!, inmates ran shoot at outsidersK the leading; Heal K:=tate: Agent;. take i I with which we have a Private Apartment for the U..
II u.I 1 .tiy! ,, \ I.' 'liner's 1 Mirruidt was demanded all the worry off the shoulders of ti' I Studio: Parlor of Fist ltaptise M n' RAft 4"AKB..

I, T tired 1n.'." Keot'jv His reply' was a round of shut Char owner; of property manage the l I ;; Church. .-
:' !I-, Har io i iS >' 1.\ r 6:,,! !'. ul liltl1t'sburu.IRS rid renting of their houses and the collection .- -- .- -. .--

i :"Irrl. t'lltU"'y:' i'!u; in pi.un vn'\\ ot the Turner !;an ;. of their rents; as cnn-clt'n. OPERA HOUSE ROYAL
Zuni.. ..I". r.l v. d j 1, a- Itxl/iu... .....- ..: nf_. thlug U"I. ., HOU51v as they would themselves,: \\VUISKEY
I Theft charges are very reasomble.Mll .
; iiu.; an1 s''I. ': I'1111. who t'Jl I dead
: 's tlonvy. : and Tarpneumonia. liNian"; tin man at the window t /\MKKIt\: '. EraiORDISlBY ATTRACTION 8 YEARS OLD, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3 Per Cut

:urn :IIJJ prtIC 1.:1:! lIa.\: : ;.1.-r; "! i M a half dozen bill The undersigned takes:this llwtlll'd 1 I
"I I
I 1. :- of offering her services a> ::1\I '
11edual! l Susie J. .,"rn lion. 'I Inn tl. finu, began in eainesttin (ir;:t-cliss licen-ed midwife hiving '. Popular Prices rilllh JL WIIISl E\: Hdi-tilledatthe\ NtNuu Uo..
had :X years experience.Can .'I I Ky., Ii-tillery: and i* fully matured' lu wood
T v il.' bo'. oIlMHsi altering; and, hiding beliiiul before
TI a ri ;ul.irmeetsu0f: ; bottling it M absolutely .
give be-t of references from : WEEK I'tlrulAud mewl excelled
V VV p. '',-,IP' I 1 :lethal! society at n.-. and roc.J..s and pouring; a leading: physicians of this city. ;I BONE i'i quality by any \Vhi-kVy of the name oqe
l' '!: ml of II".&Itltttil-fat fr paHiiu liitinto the mountain toitress 1\IKS.)1. tlthuENS!' no matter where produced. The Royal HtunJurd
'k ,'. in 1'iie-j v I F..h.j| : i IiiiINMN! : :MOXUAY i is eight old when
L In
the light John Dojle' a foimei 111 South DeVilliers M. years bottled and, considering
v :. ;1"' v-ui.ui! ;! an cordially railroad:: badly wounded, jltf I I E"1ItA1.1Iott: ; : :* f[ lij its excellent quality| is the cheapest whUkay tu
r per.hays \Vrl>:\ tsI'AS&; /0.\1 V IW.\ ,
t. market
T to: at that
tatalai.d! stove leak I'ri'R. a beverage, and ut
Simon' Bean another If your pipe *
M!: K:. h', Htt'I'E( I I II an absolutely purntiinulant, there H none bitter
Pre-ident. was shot in the hand ; smoke, buy new.ioints l ",shipped in caetontiiiniiiff no marks whatever to

t\ l I"" \.d !I.Y. The town men gathered loser elbow from the JJ"illi.l 5'I DANIEL E.BANDMANN. indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining
S"I'rt'ttr: '. around Turner's place, undaunted,i at the whiskey, i- not ..ati-tled with the. quality he
thi- shots which whizzed, around them : Hardware Co.' can return the ame at our expense and money

n i\ ;,'n,le in you own As son as Cecil was killed his com will be refunded.All ..
t they! are on your i if panions determined to burn Turner'rendeivous > I II ,1I1" rh II 'p 'rusty, of hhakes- orders should be accompanied by either

: \ "I i:- ti tin-baud can buy and in the midst of the LODGE DIRECTORYKNIGHTS 1',..IIH.UI ,uul ('I.i--ic PlayRICHARD -. tIGHTLARSOLC currency.. po-totlice money order bank draft or tilt.
I pre- money onl"r.1' refer to Fir't National
: i 1:1: do it now, al- i battle
,n t',ink otliervu-e ,exposed" a side'1'.110applipci of the building a torch to an : t'l\I ;! "' III. Bank or any merchant in 1'ensucola

> w i ,i- :a b"lIItI..f herr OF PYTHIA&TrnHacoU .
\I .1! '.avt- a talk with .\ few miiiuku later the building : rita! : ;. 'i'I'h ha Nercliait; or Venice I Ii S. Aa FRIEDMAN I

Thus. C. Wntson Sc Co., the was in flumes Several of the noun bxlf". \II. 3. K. of p., ,

, ,i'i: Au'entthey (taineers[ came to the window and wenimmediately meets every Monday evenIng i ".\NIl :t :'l\\ : DR. Mill AND IR HYDE
,\ snot down at.m: fit Iaslle. HI SOLE I'KOI'KIKTOK
i-y it ito get 1'h.NSU'oLA FLA.
The |Hi>pf iirrrmndpil the barrltade j In the Klount Wltioi! l Prices 1 2 and 50c
r. \ Bulletin!? third floor ;: KUbt : ,
determined! to let none escape Lee v'lhltlne hrtitbrtta corlUU'welcomed. : P.O, BOX II"' .
't '
I 111SKEl' TIIfa'II: () t: liD
Turner and several of his> friends :iI I :\1.> 1IM.K: : 1'KK'M.:
\\ n' t I. li'JousCfUI'.W howp\f'r. in some manner escaped and : 'c'. H, HORSt.r.R. C.C: I .'tdults.2uand .ate-\ Children loc.

n r l' 01 ; 1/ -hill rfs ami'' are now at Mineo mines. 8 miles from K.K.&H. bulk La-f handle every class; of Liquors! old, lo
or bottle, wholesale
'" :'tiiddleshorn I or retail, at priced that
'. I I are way. down
> n great ran1 Lee Turner denies! !' that ho took part I'

I< t' I'o'.t prices at In the fight. It 11 stated that he has AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. .
Sense. .
M\ < I IIS. called 50 of his friend together to Hard ,

.--- aienuA the death! of his companions! I

and to resist any attempt which may j WICKE & CO.

F he made by the officers to arrest him sense, j
WILLIAMS It takes keen common I

CQKtRAC10R, AND BUILDER, ', or part any who members took part of the in the ruountaiiuiers'fi ht.III'V' added'experience to superior, to be superintendent judgment and ofa Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter ,

the railroad. Such a man never recommends ,
I I<\ 's Iloueyattd Tar cure I
i'mildiedv cough sae-t>d by attack of 1:1: grippe anything that he has not No. J 6 South Palafox Street.

I" ,nd;. :uul heHU the liiiii-. \V. .\. D'Alein- himself subjected to crucial test. ry' All Kinds oi: Plumbing and Gaa Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
-- bertu, T-'l: b. Talafox.i railroad superintendent .
A prominent t' TKLBPHONK '

MODERN DENTISTRY i Macon Bonds Fail to Pass. I living at Savannah, Ga., in I r .- PICNBAf1uLA.IirLA- _-__ ___ .. ,
MHIOII Oa: F..b. 19- The election which city he was born, says he I THE

toua\<< for the puipone' of issuing: bonds !' feels better than he ever did, and GARDEN SECTION i I :I
i I
t| MODEH A': PRICES.: : to fund the prer-ect bonded Indebtedness | he had the worst case of dyspepsia '
resulted against the ] and L t'J o-or*
V ot Macon on record. He had no appetite, oIFensaoola l

1 _J : Teeth Examined bonds Of the ne<' &arylm.thirds of1 I the little he ate disagreed with him,

j the registeredote wag not cast in causing him to vomit often. He I Florida.
,"f the co-t : favor of bonds It required 675 votes,II in the head, breast and i -
I\ rkBOULTER. Only! I i had pains -
to the election for bonds:
I carry i stomach, but after using three bottles Near East Hill Electric
DR SSI 1 \'Ol..sI He cast for bonds and 2s5 [ Railway Terminus. .
II i of P. P. P. he felt like a new if
r "I' 11 against bonds! total b.'il Of the IPRK
llllkllP| (lontent.s feels that he
t-Med. voters 351 did not vote'ery !i man. He says that he
Beautiful I
hale interest: wag taken in the dec l could live forever if he could always ; Lots for Sale. :

tlou from first to last I get P. P. P. His name will be given H ,

on application to Lippman Brothers, the :i 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord :

When )'lHllck energy, do not relishyour'faod -, : proprietors of this great remedy. I ing to location and surroundings. }
feel dull and stupid I t
is promptlyand
all its
$ t doeofCtumberliin' Dyspepsia in -
after eatiusr, all you need M a f
stomach; & Liver permanently cured by P. P. P. General Exceptionally Good Neighborhood I
and ambition through Beautiful flew t
KEtiJtJCKYor Tablet Thl'will make you feel and lack of energy give place to t
Debility High lry Fertile '
like :i new man and i irive yo.u an appetite P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and hereditary Lands.
of P.
like a bear. For sale by all : the use P. Rheumatism is conquered and banished .. t

druggists and medicine dealer Ills are eradicated by P.Catarrh P. and Malaria. P. P. P. is a purely vegetable The grandest opportunity for investment ever j
by P. P. P., as are also
TOBACCO SPIT :j I I compound, which has steadily grown in favor for years. t : offered in Pensacola. t : ,


Gciillrin, \.our Life aw a> I LIPPMAN. BROTHERS, *"**LIPPa1AN BLOCS Savannah, Ga. Home Seekers Should See These Lots. .'i f 1?
'"on can be cured of anr form cf tobacco using
rasilr, tie maile well, strong, nnsneHc, full "f,I _- .. _- --- ------ -- -
i -- -
new life and rigor Iv Ukiiirf NO-TO-BAC, - - -- A. V7CTU.1D1Corner t
that makes "csSk men strong. Many gain Thiseignatarefe on every box of the genuine .
ten pouuil in ten days Over Ii 00,000c"re.t. I
Laxative biet* !f fi
All ilniKpsts. Cure giiarantcnl. Hiiok- romo-Qujtiae
ft < Daicteisser Bros. Maud advice 1-KKK. Address .sThRilMitU. : : /J-iri i the lImed1lhlt. day. Garden and Alcaniz Streets. l
l YkukY1 ., CUtcugo Ot >cw: \Wk 4J7 i r

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la rood condition shes! sweet and lovable 0 r S seen upon the

Hid sings life's: sore en a jcyf,J harmcnioui "- face. neck ot ---

),. trlnj. Out of crier or unstrung: there is Rockefeller and Other :Millionaires : breast, though Carnival Tragedy Occurs at

; 4rdaceandunhar.e.': jsta.stre the are Fable': to appear upon other partsof
kone keynote to all .i.SC so there a; ce; key to Contribute. the bod11di they begin spread Amite City, La.
., to health. A woman m'ght as well try flesh
tots and __
to fly without wln s as to feet veil and lock ,. i, p uns are felt as the underlying tissue is for infants and Children.
t well whila the orgar.s that make her a woman WILLIAM H. BALDWIN AT HAD: &stro\ed and the tender nerves exposed.C.mrerous WOMAN AND MAN MURDERED .

? are weak or diseased. She trust te healthy I <' res develop from very<< trifling Tlic lcmnilomt: IIi\ Aluajs Hllltht, h. I. "
I inside or she can't be healthy outside. There I boil swollen !
irbunrle or gaul,
can e : 4
I are thousands of women suftenng s.lently, all A Gigantic Movement Looking to the '! a little watery blister on the tongue or During a Carnival Procession Willis tine dt'CiuK. II. I'll'td\'r, and liax 1., ,. ,,, "t., ,I" ,

over the country. Mistaken moesyrges j i of Educational WorkIn li:>, a wart tuniC or bruise of some kind Cooper and William Perry Renewed ]It'r<>iiiI !'i<-.n-''. \in\! [ii., 1

I their Klence. Wh.e! there is nohrg mere ,I Organization I becomes an indolent feiteriiijj sore tit ilccchc jou in tliN.: ( '<'lIl1t..rt.-it. I liiiit.ui
admtralle than a modest woman, health! Is the United States, and Especially which in time ,lq. ellcr.1tes into cancir. a Previous Difficulty With the Re ".)ut-a..-roiMl" Ire hut 1'I'I'r: ltl"I
lII"III". .iiiil ,-11,1,1, ., .
I oher consideration I f.
of the first Every I
"Ten I suit That Two Perscns Are Slain. '
Now Under years ago walth if < ] .
Is Way.
should give way tef&re it. Brad In the South, I had a sore on my left ( lJiltlr'u-I\l't'ri.'IIt.c .i .uImi't I .' 0 lie ii' .

g litld's Female Regulator is a meidne fOI temple which the L New Orleans. F b. l2.-VIllis Cooper
New York. Feb. 12.-A movementto
The Kind You Have
It is doctors pronounced BII'l
women's Ills. Always
educational work in the of Amite City. La.. was brought i i : 1
thasafestandqutckdtwaytocureleu- organize a cancerous ulc south it would itch, burn here hurriedly and lodged in the par- i
United States. especially in the Bears the Signature of ,

: corrhea. fa'.linf: of has been gaining! strength rapidly in and bleed, but, then would scab W, isu piison to escape being I Ivnched by 1
( !
Ihe..omb.nervous- i, thi city within a few weeks: bay;; never heal. After an inairiated mob. While a carnival ,

j neai, headache, I Th<- 'l'ri I"mae. 'Ii taking S. S. S.awhi'.o Or.t. ,- '>roo'ssjun was in prowlers at Ainu- .

3 backache and gen- 1 i It !has attmactd the favor of a dozen the sore % eg5n to JS",. } "l"'c; City Cooper and William Perry meluoed ,
-Vi cralwcakness.YouI I cIgcharge: and when l ;) ;I ii
a previous difficulty. Perry
Will be kston.shed: 01 nioif nn-ii of great wealth anionu all the poilionous lil. U

I r at the result es- tli 'iii John I D. KIK.kefeller and his on. Iwhu j matte h..l p.sed .: .\;. '' 4_ I the as II' -.-lIur. Cooper petting tin ,
pecta1IyfyouhaveI an.aid to have determined to'Kiv. out It Rut well. I )ra:: ;) woiM of it he drew his pistol am'; |
F I took in all about I In Use For Over 30 Y
teen Seveial fiii >1 tour hhots. nut only killing Pnv
eiper.ment- l.f.I d finamial {J\t. -
SUII thirty bottles continuing for sometime hut also .. ....... eOM "" ... M...... ...... ...... .,..
with! other Mrs. Faralia Uusstll. l
bif so- n. .'Miuii- til dollars arr l tn after the sure hoLd healed, to bo uu ag-I -..... .
: Il,., ,-'tll: ......... .. ..-.:. .- j'f
all of
called: remedies. sure the poison w.i3 out luy sys- !'ho.. surrounded by her children
h'I! to the great mmrmil"mtakimt-z i 1
Iu We are not sakingvoutotryaluncer to'.". Haveea no sign of th cancerIn
and laudchildieii.a \\witnessing the
I aim at:' .:Mian1 IIIt'anti111 be a\aila ten years. JOSEPHUS REID.

Braifwld'sRegulator I 1) a: Ill j' 1 the i.lailb !lor UI .,.llda Cant. Audrian Co., Mo. parade.

1 ninty. hasmade jI' tiii ar- i>i: >i.'tcd.[ i is -t' tly a vegetable; The deplorable killing of Mr.- Rn- WOOD Ai\JD COAL.

f it happy thousands of I _______ \V i' :n have been frp'iw lit t ton (t rein ,i 1and, \\lui1eP0 Bell! created intense indignation amit'
What It I "--fl'.: purifying the sheriff: and his deputies had Kat
I women. fen-iii ii t ;late rcgaiding ihi '1'1.'L 'j S WE KXl'ECT: TO SUPPLY ,
3Q *O .""' 'h. dun* propertus A Ml C II I. ,\K hi.: i I
baa done for others l> difficulty in spiriting Cooper away
.it I '
i tionalgall 1 anon to I be IUIUHM: n \t ? that, ither medicine
It can do for you. .. mi. fiom the excited populate. THIS: W1XTEU THAN I, VF.Il l.r i-OKl
f' be \ tai vv eks before t h. non .
: i ; Sold in drug ..ores may does. runt inn >thin tit it could (tl"Tatleth .
.11 for $1 a bottle.A who ai )t' uith its plans arc r-ad. s\ vn tu. \1 !L it- coIning: the blood Killed Dirt.
i' By Falling I
I to ai'] .j ft r ,iiarters. So far as then- it <>:-'< 1 buil:'!l' up i the general health ;I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOl-v
} 'i A In Illnstrttcd I Eatonton. Ga.. Feb. 12.-As a result
!'vt"; book m ill t>* WMit hasn stantial agreement how If \.ltl hue A su ;puiiins sure, or other '
J formationof blood 1 trouli! i snid! tor our free 4* ,ok "'ii of the cavins of a tall embankment on
indicate the Olson
(-V -r 'i an Thompson dc Co
.It! Ui I at III rat educational board. Itlixl and Skin iseases;, and write tus the Catonton and Greensboro' public ,
[ tMCBRADnCLDKGIUTORCO. ig for any ml'irnitti''n or advice wanted; road a mile or two out from this place.

r j i: i \iu hv m'i ei in a general way thePIIK we make no charge; for this service. ,, while the road gang: was at work thereon Manresa Street Telephone 17..
0 it.k mal ttuik to l be performed< i i 1U-t.. Ge. THE S'AIFI SPECIfiC CO., ATLANTA. CA. one negro. Ed Cvans by name is
ir \arui.' slat* by branch organi/.a
dead and two others. names unknown

t toni>. HOTEL WAS DEATH TRAP. are seriously! if not fatally injured. The
'f N Poetofflces In the Soudan. ('r.: a tinif! the efforts of the or an. I The Star
;: hill was being graded! and several feet
Washington Feb. 12.-The 1/ation will be directed to educational Laundry
r ;:t Ksyp- Proprietor Gilham Responsible for of excavation has been made in the

;; 1 ,' I'. tlaa postal administration has ad\i...?.l i work in the south but later on. when ]I Death of Eleven Persons. c>embankment end it was while: at work
ttl government that po toffices for 1 southern educational systems and! faI '
: St. ouis. 1'h.I 12.: -J.V.. Oilhara. under or neatthe overhanging! dirt
: tlte receipt and dispatch; of registered I duties have been broiiKht up to a high of the hotel
I proprietor Kmpire which that it gave way and buried! beneath Biggest Busiest Best .
::1 malls have been established at Khartoum standard, the ani/ation
: probably burned last is ,
i was Sunday morning, I its WeigHt the three ratn.
jI, : Faiboda and :-3 i other places in I' will .!If.t some of its energies to educational held responsible for the death of 11 ___. h _

Ii th. Sniulsn_ work in northern and western
-- ------- persons who lost their lives as the A NIGHT ALARM.

!, I,) 't-.: .l. states.The organization is to befoimed result of the: fire. Worse than an alarm of fire at1!

; Pjt Safe Blowers Take $700. on such a substantial basis The jury says his! responsibility! lay flight itime bras-iy, which ;
I 'i' Columbia. S. C., Feb. uv-Safe that it will be self-perpetuatiu! and his croup I II Is in the
In Now
\ ( neglect to furnish fire escapesand sounds like the children's death! New[ Building.The
,i ',':.. crackeri blew open the safe of S. J. will lie expelled to continue to in- life lines. Police Sergeant Hall knell and it mea us death unle-s I

., !4 Taylor a merchant at Greelyvillp.! in ( rease in power and influence Ions!; testified that not a life would have I something ij done quickly. Foley's

Ii 'i'\.. Wlltlamsburg county and iwured after the men who gave It tilt btart been lost iM there been fire escapes Honey und Tar never fall to pivei

I ever 1700. a part of it in sold. A gang are dead. on the building.: J i in-taiit relief and l quickly cure the |,

\ .1". ,', of tour good looking white wn was When the central board has bwn ; wor-t form- of croup. Mr*. 1'. L II \

I 1 I MeD in that community headed! toward formed under the charters to be obtained Sauls Boys Are Released. I C'irdierof Mantiin ,:ton, Ky.. writes; : public is cordially invited to call and
Thomasv Oa.; Feb. 12.-After a I I")1)' three year old girl had severe '
1' Qfaarktton. I IJriualc it is expected that William II.
I thorough examination lasting all day case of croup ; the doctor said 'lie inspect the New :Machinery and see how thoroughly
Ualdwin. Jr. will be placed! at its head.
bottle ofFoley's
: Sanders and John Saul ; ('lIlIhlllllt live. I got a
'e Hall Burned ; Fireman Killed. chargedvith '
Mr.I ]lialdwin
has been
active in
municipal H'IIi'IIlId Tar time (IIr..t
Utlca.. N. Y., }'t'b. 12.-.Music hall. ;. the killing of Stephen Futch their our work is done.
reform work while he has been loSe _':ive ijtiRk relief and saved tier
the property of the .Mannerrhor of | uncle near here, on Jan. 2S, were rekaaed .- ,
1'iesident of the Long island railroad. I lifM. K.fn-e substituteV.; A.
this city. W8.11 burned today. Ln-uten- j He bus been devoting much thoughtand at the comuutuieiit trial. D'Alemberte.: :S.; h'.tlafox.As .
ant John ll rnle. of the tire ALL WORK C. O. D.
"llJrt'j] study to the question of educational I:.." nllr "l.h"'l. I :

I t ment and two other firfmen ] sunk in the south and has been Favorite Nearly Everywhere. I1rll/lI : : caught beneath a falling wall and llt-r- :; u prominent member of the executive Constipation means dulnes*, depresioii. -, tol"r.e11.1 !l-r ".: itt I .cult ,,' .&>!".<'r t.V TELEPHONE Jl GARDEN *

p tie ag Idl1 d. l.ov>, $;;'I.UIJII.1I0w'lI hoard of the Southern educational eonfejnee : health.headache,OeWitt's generally, LittltKarly disordered -
DKLIVKKKD "'nJoy.: %
IM of which Robert C. Ogden is I Hirers stimulate the: liver,

It Yourile? the chairman.The I open the bowels and relieve tin-

Does Rhe feel poorly all the time, great educational organization l'Utlditilltlafe\ and thorough:; I WALKER INGRAHAM Manager

suffer from lack of energy and a''j will he in borne measuie a result ol tiey never ripe. Favorite pill

account'1 ; the investigations: made by the South- Hands': Pharmacy, John Shepi>ard.
"no tli'
t: general <;3 onervntloa -

% I ? Hhe ueeds a tonic.0111"; (-I n educational. ?i louferenre. For se\ Sidney }{-aIJII. \W. B. WRIGHT>> C AN

I thlug is wrong: with her biOI I'\\. Run fijeurs men of means have been in.clu.t Sheriff Burgin's Trial. iri\1 f'ri : I'i

t 1 for a doctor? Not at all. inv d.mrir.. 1 to join in the conference ovei IMrniinsham. Ala., Feb. 12.-Th- 'J
her bottle of 1'. L. P. AR1T '. ,. ,, ,
I Oet a ((1'ru-kly pl.tus] for improving; educational facilities trial of :Sheriff: Andrew Iturgln. w I,., MAM I M I i 1LUMBER t ( ( i
Ash, Poke Hoot and ta-imui, 1 the \ -
in the south. It has been made wsa indicted by the late grand jot n ceRemoves '
very bestVornan' Rugulator :anil : -
p.? Tonic extant. It mi-he: the -OUrL'" plain at such conferences that the for the e.vape (.f Frank Huucan hot. all Corns, PuUDni and irt, I -T-1' LATHS,

1 trouble quietly and quickly and eouth was too )Poor to provide for its the county jail. has been set for l--l!. .1 *ilhout pain, ;pee..y nd rmanently ) \rJ

I before you know it your wif will be people lioth white and black, as good 22. Saturday wet 1. Sheriff! nurjnn ha VI (. u 1rr; .. p.01 Apeniws LUi.L SAWED CYPRSSSflIXGitS-.R1Lrf[ ;, !11 ;.
; !
another woman and ble-s the kind schools as were needed not demanded a jury. The iiiinimun ; b

1 fate that brought 1'. 1' 1'. to her notice i Several of the men concerned in the. fine in the event of rOn'ktionVoul,I II '_. PKNSACOI.A. FLA

and relief. Our b.t Phy-ician; eoutliein educational conference have be $: ".tI. the: iiMximurn $1.t"ltl. Tlj, -i iDEALKK8
Indorse and recommend it, and no
I been interested in the work done unoer fsheiiff Is confident ;f acquittal I
,. i well conducted lioiMchnld where I ESTABLISHED
the supervision of boards of trustees :.1 ------ 1s63.
pure blood and it* concomitant hap- Oleomargarine Bill Passed.
I 1 pine84 U appreciated, should he I controlling the funds for educa,' ,
I : Washington Feb. 12. -In the hou-
without It. For sale l I.y reputable tion in the south provided by the late i : McKENZIE OERTING
this the & CO.
atteinoun motion to
medicine dealers everywhere. : lb'iiio; "' 1"111'(1,1anl. the late John I f'OIUIII,1I ,

p. I. To IlL'!!,!* Ul' Your Sy-tein and Fo\ I'abody.. to the liii oleomargarine. and the !bill bill then vas vaaaS.lot 111. i a --- --- l!'- -- 0

4 Restore Yot'R :-'TRENmTI1.: Invi i:. '>- vithuutFoley's i\'i"iun. : WIN HOP GO
".,t 1 I L( rate BlXoi your HtrenRtheu Lungs and your PritiKY Nerves Yon timid! I,j lieu.11'"' ill Contain Oinl Illi'Ii'4.Mcrnii r... C 3.'.t I:tlTh llii I -Honey- -!- -and Tar- -i*-best fn : r & :1 Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

.I Jt JIVE AN Aj'l'KTITE, Tike that Excellent I AS- tIPf'UTwill Mirely d.trotlH croup :amid wlioopin cou;:h, contain" 803 ANt fiOi S. 1'\1. U'ox HTItKKT.:

,4j Medicine, P. P. P. ( Prickly sense of --inell I I :Mini C'llilplttely i d!-. no opiate,:, and ctire-s quickly ('aur'' .11111orhn] and Dealers in- ---. -. A.GENOV
\1' i 't Aib Poke Root and Potassium.)> 'I ranyre tile wholej>tHii when f.nh'r.. fill rnothtr- keep it III the Iiouie.V .

!. I : I lug .it throiiiih the imicou* surfaces. ". D'Alemberte. 121 :S\. l'al.tfux.1it.tiis .Chinese and JapaneseFancy SEVER COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROKHLINO'H HONH' :' ('( P

? Yacht Arrives. I I Much articles should never lie u-ed J GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHSEL; A hON'H Pl'Mpn
Imperial from tli< Norllii runud :

d K.w York. Feb. 12.-The German | except preemptions. fioin reputable an .u I'i io.1s:-ain.t.i: itrta.ii IUTU fur to i.;i.i. Goods, Gum Ccrdigi Filitt Oil:. Unties! lesiroouoti! harts hckin tun
'liy? il'lall". a- the damage they I I
l Ip.rt&l yacht Hohen/ollern passeil in will Jo i- ten fold to the tfood you C .3Pcr2.I.Lt.: : : FINE CHINA TEAS, CMP.'Si4lP3I4)it4, ETC:

1: M&. the Sandy Hook lightship at 11 r>7 : can posjldy derive from them.Hall's a-au th P'e K id Y&J Ha.e A\3iS: B .\II C. ,
McKeuzioOertm, Collecting Auront for Ri Pit-
I 31 South Falafox St. !; ; : : Ili-.v .1.| i I.t A
if S. m., coming Into port. The j( I ('at.urh Cure. manufacturedby 9 atlln- # I ciation.

L Arrival of th. Hohenzollern was 'i IJ Cheney & ('0., Toledo! 0.. #-l twx- i Laundry Ollice. 1'ensacola. Flu.

t aurpriie as according to her itin. contains I no mercury: and I is taken ,

r "'rr, wheii she Balled shea* tn I:,. internally acting directly upon) the'blood 10,004) fri.wardeit CURE YOURSELF!
I 1' amid surface of
1 Uuob It Bermuda. She left St. Thom iiiii(.oi- TIME TABLE. I igIji. r ,
% at Parbto
I In Hall's I ) Catarrh I* If I! .
ft* on Saturday last with r.ormula a? Il- 4I I f SI!
I Cure lie tmt tin- -
/ :Minynu jrcnuiuc. .
I kej> dMtlnatlon and It is surmised that I It l ist.-iken internally and i* made III LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN ci if I' .i. -*, .1-( t'i i o

; 1 A* encounter heavy weather and t I Toe! I.). Ohio hy 1'. J. Jhtney & Co.Te.timi'iiiaK EFFECT DKrKMUKIt: ; I. IWU' Cs. r ii vr p< j.Kul4 . adrieabl to change her couua I I ft te.I. nil hy rf l ,rH., f.Uu.r .
(1re ttoNewYork. :Sold by Drugget*, price 75c;; New OrIen antI Mobile I-F .nr< ".| .i
__ ,
bottle.Hall's 'h I_Mil. f |
per I _
; ---:0 ( mul r ..dl 4 i
I Kidney complaint kilN more people Family Pill are the best i i No.e. o4. No.2. -in.s. No.1. !'o, ,
7la; It 1 ;11II UI p 1,1'1I'I't: ... 1'l'n lIroh. ....Arrl'1'1' );.iii it 411 p tiI: fo WINECORDIAL
than any other dUea- Thi< I- Ten tin-ii- nd dollar worth of di.i- .ai 1\ ;!::!; P' 1lr! a Lel\\.t'_ l'Iommmatoa ... Li-ate ::f, a ;!::III p 7.--t p Huh .rr tn ndathn< for t lit of 1'00--- ""
f.e doe to the dUea beins !on in-idious moul- tUli a 4:h P ; :':;;tt II t..a\ .. .t"llIl.. .. _. L..a". ltn'i 12:15 0 r.1tJ p /'I .:, I. I ( 0 rENYRllYAL PILLS
I >w di-pluy at Stephen-*, !
the ..... $::':,p 7:11' a I.. "," :N.w l'rIefl' I.-e- ":'" p .::!i a .... 0- I, ?. .. .
hold II OK
that it good on !
4 (jets a sy- the iliam nd dealer. Call and es- '. ,I.
j tern before It I is recognized l'oley'sKidney unniie them. Nor?h.No. l I. 0. .I.oj w' : 14.J 1 Cllltlll s III I;*.U Ir

i ( i Cure will prevent the development t:C rill' I.r..t .AS. i i n .. .'j
t of fatal dneae if taken 'There's lot* t No. 4. o. 1. No. 3, I I" --% I..K. 'sii,. ......
In time. W. A. D'Alemberte, PJ1! <. in real.-tite: -lot* of it. A real estate liI,,. pili 12:1; pili'' Live ... I'.n-I\rola .... Arrive 44J pro :\ieJ a ro I. i o-r .t K 0. I i I- yf"I.,) '! ... .. .,
1 .
Falafoi.I j i- tnuallv a Mnsrer-hoard! to 1\:151\ 'ii ii.S7; p \II Arrl\'l' .. lolltom..ry! .i.eiiv 1I:15am1:35pm % I-hi.. %.5. II I \ c- :%; ""I",-. -.1..1.-I. '
II.; I 1.\rrl\.liITl..lnKbam..L..avf' : I ,..... .. ..
I >\OUIU iiiip in : tlaro fIJlipm: J ii ma
I'I wealth. Thos.- C. \V n hnn A' ...t'j p m '1.1" Ii 11Arrl\.. .. ahILl' _... I...""" .. 1 .. t ki. k".i. .
The man who own* III own t01111' : Co.. the leading! lf'ai'J.; tate tirm.: :!;:IIla III -i8: a 11\ i Arrl" Lou\-II" ..... V'II\ 9.Itt P III ?u..45; a In (.__ -
i t Insures himself against lots of have "ome offers which It wouldbe 7::U''I\\II 1I:5 1t1ll Arrive. l'1nclnniHl.... L..a" ftlllpm lItpm I MHU't-;.
: .
worth 7: I\m_ __I'lpm rr.t- 'it. l.ncis: ,.L'5' ._ 4I'PIII-O: p in
trouble and worry. Nobody can your while t'lcou hlpr. Ho i I have been authorized to take

', raise hIs rent and the' rent day: has '1 and #eetlem to-day, md don't wait PENsACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. i,! -ab-criptions, forVm.. Ji-nnints

for him. It's to till to-morrow. ,, Bryan's "The Commuter
no terrors eay :00. 1-DaUy !'o 3-Ialy: Soetop ain't.. tlm nol shown I so. :-Dl\lIy ," 0. !:!-t.all, paper. )
t home now-a-day Thos. C The price N fl.ui per year in ad Tbe-et-yU .
a 1
I f WatlOn & Co. can tell you how Shutout the winterwindfi- II':)... p--71; a ..; ,t.-acu.' LneOa; ; .. m:1" :. I" 'il pm" ,'.\:;;; p mm' vance. Tho-e de-irilll.; the pai>f>r 1., IhJJI.1ill If ( .. /
OUT ft is. Call and !> Get win'lou' I: .Iii night 1\: .. I 1,11"11I11\," I.tT :(ei can have It "f>iittn them by sending/ (' -"I. ,. '.
4 your glass (lilt 1:0.:!'' 7 ili mil -Ir. 1"Sf": 1\.111" 5 ol lr.jri .:1
.. ......... .. f I.OJ to the uudersirnp. .
.t"IIII ;
I:? ;a i I. I"t li: 7"' I T '
mitt from theillis\\ Hard- .. .. .. I I' "J r ire m 481i
Twit Oo..t.'fit II Caicarrti. n I :o 7n U Mmmliii. .. 1"1" ri;1'I H.M. RIK-IIE
Catbartlr. cure ron-tipation forever I:! .t 71": .. .. H arl' ; t" /i.IH'I StI i .1 l-"ot-. or" (\
Be Candy,tic. U C C C.ail.tlrucRi&iK r>.runt!moaer- (l'ar0.. :;.1" 7 ;sr. .. I ... "lIy .._ 1":15" Ii;;!; I Care Daily New, Tt
'i. .. P. tni p .n" I nJ
I ..... .. ...... '" <
:. I.: ; ;;.JY". !oillton I'JIO" Ii::!!)
.I 1.0 am.. 1 .m.. t.ioot !tt\l1ge ...... ... 4:55 "
: .! If yon want a nice present to give CHOICEST I ;i 8:15" _.... .... It(1I18 .. .. Qt. 4tj I W. G. MONROE --
i I to friend, and look throueh theelegant :i:.ii I" MI: If If ......... MIlligan ........ '3D" 1 s.11 .. I ,
; 'L a go article- :i. a 8:11I": .. .........Crestvi.\\' ....._ It ':13" i 400 II I =GOLA:-
Ii 1l l I. line of suitable at -(I Ff .'OI"( 5:56: .. .... .J) Pl'r sad ....... t'5O stsLa .. I
si ; J. I. Stephens, you surely can find : 3.' lItO" ," ...... Moy Head ...... 11:40'' I 3:1" ATTOIL\I-Y-AT-L.\W 1 I \ 1 1I ,
.. .. 1 '
.I something to pleae you. If you f tOS 1135" I 'unlak I"prlnge.. hI'4 2:1: : Grist and Corn Meal !W .
i J P the Diamond line f FRUITS ND CONFECTIONERY[ ft- .. \IU" I' .. ..._. Arg\1e .. __ TU" : :IlIt "
: : want anything In f.I"I:,; It ... .Ponee deLeon_. 1II":! I :1:1:1 .. < ISIIKIl: IU'II.DING I
_I t 1 be sure to see him before_you buy. 511 I 101tO' .. ..VeuvIIti. ....._ 7t1" I IFia .. !t I'll' F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Pr : i
j' 5.OM h htI$ '''n (t'ar'llId ........ 7:1! 1 :4" ..
-\T- _._._. "
little 1ii": IOJI lIontfny.-------- &55 I1 MaaufacltSTOTK 'n.I .
\I Everybody ha* a nznt to a riltl tll7" n _....... l'btplt'y ..... 6e It I"i" Pitt Mill: Co. I .. r,
t' .i. of this earth. But they mu-t (i Oil' .. I 1117": ... .l'nttondal ....... &:1; l :* noot C1IICIMfr.ltNI: I'na fib
t Slece for It. They must watch their : C. APOSTLE'S 7l( '' 1 11tt i .. ... otarlallna ...... .. itei 1I1" ..:.:l>
.. .. .
:' 1 I ..... r
7 1' lIitJ
5 *M
l''pr'1! : 11:1;
it. a m
chance to get it, and get I .. .. .. .BEST and I Patronize Horn Industry t<
1 1ill 11:52 .. .tirand R1dg ..... I ::t! it'i: \ '
& Co. ; ., I:':"> noon .. .. .. .. 1 5.l" .. t every -ason you iiiuuni tiuv J'
e "'nt'alla. ;
C. Watson I' :ai
t j;: Thot. 14! East Golem! st .. .. I tock fd from th- HornV.i iI
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"::15: I I2l ArrIve .RlvE'rJnD'Uon ...LpavfI' 511'' I. ::!" u BIGGESTHARD Brick I for .
bftTttoma particularly flue bargains by bo doing you cnrooraf-
1 1I I try. Your money m left ia tie !
InviteIOU .
and they
to offer Just now, Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand I and you in loin are Indlrl'('! .'
to come and investigate same. This signature lit on every box: : of the g.nnin" ID oKtorlnK the mail '** 1' ,
done One car-load of rad7DVtthe I contribute to tneeaui&of l.t>"' ) '
Pineapples $1.
You will never regret having at ;;;) Laiative BroraoKJuinine .w 4
lit tbeeommooity wblr: : "
to $2.00 dozeu.
.@ ;( I N. per / rewod1 th&& cue a cUd U one Amy. I Lowest Price. I which eoQtribat i to roar IUPP


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h RNqfl w LI'a'a.,( Jar Feuiaioa and riaiutyftutu .
r calm t. Htftit Satardiiy Ittiftng and ior I AFFIDAVITI
r t l' ttb, trvtA ; 1 \\ t !"
oJ frisk itheaj' H/in.l. It* northirttt .VHSIm'
umnui 1I
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m in ,Iut J knurs.Rpad -I.>. 1 Large numbers of people of both New Lease of Life for ar }! ) Lenten t t

5 the new advertisement cf sexes ye-terday: ; visited the two Iowa Postmaster. j ,
ea Me.... iI
r-Pearl Nicolau's. 1le-tau beautiful war -hip; now at anchor '

raat. ,, in Pen-aeola harbor, and doubtlessthe Postmaster K. II. Randall: of Dun l( I,
COLD ''N HEAD I I lap. la., sa"I have been a great '
were thirty-five mines: reg' :: number was 1 largely mcrea"ed sufferer from indigestion and result \ i II d.i ..-[ Hterea ister on the cambia. hotel's\ reg- '. to-day. All enjoyed the experience inj g crib for yearlie; ing unable to obtain
yeKrday.Don't uuu-ed to tJ1.,-t of tho-e who partic permanent relief I resolved to tr} ; Delicacies
.M. :"i 1111 I usI : miss thhi h diving and Kodol IIY l''p"ia Cure. Ik-fore 1 hac > ti
I N.; tl S .rk. ipated. All were too-t couiteously I ,
rigor;; Mpe walking! at IMmettofsunday taken one bottle I Knew I had found
Brlch afternoon. received and entertained by the \\lmllnd long locked) for. After 1 il ::1 :

'l i FAIRCHILD Karl Htrmaun died at hi; hompat entlmauly oilicer-, who detailed few bnttli's, I wa> cured of a soreness i ic

(i polite guides to conduct the ?t'efllpartie Ill)' left side that I had not ln-en fret
t UTE :n. :t: n : aged (15; years from fur over ten lear. lam latter today SOS KAHN & CD.
.1 Inluunral took place at Brent at ;; through the diilerent portions than forears. Kodol) DyspepsiaCure < : :

OMNA STREET. { o'clock this afternoon. of the ves-els. has given i me a new lease of life ( <

f -fmg Furniture a There will be a regular monthly! I i The Aii-tri -'zietvar; was "If any suffering person will IM : S\CAN SUPPLY YOU 0/ \ <

Illeetiuiof: the K-cainbia: Jllllei! at fully de-crlbd in ye-terday''s tw?, Kodol l spepia Cure 11'l'lIeif it i 1 ,
"',. the armory tonight. All members but no one can fully realize\ it- !beauties i-; a di l'a'ed !stomach from which the}

are ordered to be present. and attractions; without vi-itin Miffcr, that they will receive !jvrniancnt .

K. WHITE High di'inlaud: tight: rope walk- it. It is practically a new reli('!. Anyone i-hinc! can haVE r ; Fir Vamty and Hull Stan ard We Challcne Comparison \

R. ing at Palmetto! Beach afternooii. commission only for about five a sworn statement :as to the nenuinness:

I mini Jnuler Admis-ioa reduced hutiday 21;- months, Iud po-se-ses every modernunpruvrmeut and truth!ulneMof this stateim" |
, \1! ni'MI ; to : Tim :
cent*. Finest exhibition of the kindCVI'f and appliance\ \ known testimonial, t H the \oluntarj ( 1 tight; PrIce Pronptservice; and Delivery' und' Sati-factioa :
.Itl' UIlit'illll, !'teu in the South.lodiy to Lttter: -day: naval: con-tructiou arid statement of a man who ha :suffered
equipment. found relief anti wantsotherstoreceiuthe iiuranteed at All\ Time ,,1,1i

I'rnuelda, Ii i H .*>t. Valentine' liy and fhe )[achia... which has been in same "benefits Kodol I>\spcpsjaCure t
the local po-tolliee wa-i d. lu;;ed li-t chi- port-everal times previoii-ly. irenovatioii will cure any case of stomacl.. Upon this I5aiwe Respectfully Solicit: Your IMtronaije. i < ,

f xpfnence.! ui.htwith b >th comic and dainty u lilt..r 'ftl tl.t; II \\rflc"; of [boron;':! trouble. It rests the stomach by di-l for Candies. {
ml'.I''';, and the letter carriers,.; this after its long voyage; pestmcr what you eat The rest alone i Agents Nunnally's :
vii veteran
war morning (!t.IHreJl! great many from the New York yard, would restore health But KodolDjspepsia '
... writes.M navy
; Mail Orders Receive find Careful Attention. ; )
whence Cure :also contains tonics Prompt
!.Illle ill spite ofiiitnt Vi-itors; to tie: war-hip( ; eperieuced it was ord<'red in time to

but was a lot of trouble in reactuiu have readied here for the carnival ; the which good build: results! up .the You organ dun and have hasten: ( tc ::,.1!' v-r.-__ -v---.--..,-..-__'______________ __-"..--vw.-vv- \ I'i"
.. but becaii-e of advirewinds wiI
pr. Kulq't.w the ve elthis\ ; morumg on account encountering; diet Kodol Kyspi-psia, Cure will dl'l :( :: :' q. .. f..');:
ik 'ti wonder- of the high swells; in the and a severe gale it wa "t
A-i < bav. IJett r t'l j(
pe-t what joueat. Helps! children too.
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!I.r.y always do. either predicted for tomorrow.. obliged to put in at Hampton Iload-! '
.?-,- nr \\'. A. for coal and! that: M what c;iti-ui the Kodol Dyspepsia Cure .
The humorous lecture at Clutter's d. t
.IIY that wao; mu-jh rejrietti{
1 1 mU- /ball 1,i-t night !by 1'n.f. C'iaL -. '1'1.Machiis: ; it comm, pd b\ Cures all Stomach Troubles. I ------ ..... ........ ....... ...........m.... ..-. ...... ... I
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:me was, greatly enjoyed by a lots;r Command r Henry McCre-i.and: the Prepared only toy F. O IIF'\\ Itt\ Co.,Ohli-aeo '
r uudieiiiv. The lecture was givtn: roster of the other iillicers; H a- r ll!- '!'I." t.Ull..1D1Itiu5: ',UDII the i If you buy them from > .

,(triCES. under the aU-plcr" of the Ladies' 1 law-: LI..ut.CtllIIIIHtI'1er'alt..r!

Home. Mis.jou :Society of the h.tht.- )1 r 1.:111. executive " ; KU-UII: : MINUTE Coilflll CP(! ( '

dt-t Visitors the 1"-'. gunboat lea cry\V.i;s.1uiius:Milli I [ \ clitr.'i M. !Hunt-.f .u.'l mu-l.n-J! ;I F. Cures q i, ciThat: what II"> made for. i: THE[ BOSTON ij SHOE ij[ STORE!ij [ : 1 M K ii I OVER

etnas aiul BovverC; ivel! Cad't-' :>. (_..union 1
.1$ T 4 ?*WD. Ben ll:the! Au-trian cruiser illrind and J. \V. 'I'minion- ; An-i I-tall: cur- 1! t ....they are good!.... I I
moodnnts'ith his! tl-et F. 1fit. 1I
IVMK i !1..1' !l the
-. --- -- ot safe; and t-Ievallt: Ituncbe-. .a the "I'auni-ter?:eon F. M. l Ilug., \\'alld"and: v--i--., 'Theshiji's tut 111" uf i 10.\.. -. ,i'!,d JOll.1I_','I 1-|' -In I ,i,-ontirt ni- I I ...... ..... ..... ..... ,. ..... ...... ..... ..... ...... ...............
: boathou-t: in the wf thetore ,
rear tlJl' L..vy.I''n ( 'i. -tii-\ u ,, .. rat
('r.IIUIII"r" lilt, an t(?rce
;I'..i fur \1'ilafox. D'inham i\, Co.. \(I. Tl'J t r-outh of II marine'tie ve..,el will i j-I to birnMiiriMd! w III -!.!! tilt In at 1..1. MONG themselves has brought many of the
i'tl't'et.THE A
!. ittnt the ; factnr.v en-t.
for coil
navy yird: tunoirovvprubiblv I
'f XKWS hareceived, with[ -ailm,; Miucl'ty uuKr orders best dressed people to the conclusion that
thJCuinpliment- Knowles ,
lro-! to join the Xnrth Ail inticquadron I
1 general agent- of the Equitable Life in Cub.1Il w.iters.Commander 1.lixICUlIr.III... juinuie n-muie* the c.
cainv. h. \\"I imturr Olt"t Shoes that fit are thoroughly fashionable
As-uranie; t r> lit the l d Mif'rea )
ociety utr ; je-N diy, incoinp.inj 1 bo\, Y17rce'nh. ,
red \ iw-. Mates, a iiid-.oniely: bound copy of with CIIIIIIII'lIl/ "'ftJ"rtcilllI'r
.i ruaprt__. -fill'(- the "II"un' ii !HyJu! Memorial I { :M ; of the :"venth Li hthoueditriet I : and full of wear, and that can be bought

." .IUllk"'l BIoktJ\ oi.) copies of which hive and Deputy Collector Will O'l\re ''loner by hlllill 11 T y

I'I". ..N....rI.l'to!. been print! *.d! for the company. The A. .\111-11. pii'l HII umcLII'i init toMajor t \ \ ) your furniture r at a reasonable price there arc none to

book (" xitaiiis hi"r.lphkalkttch; : I (.'. Moreno( J onp>!. Mayor

'1"\ 4 of the late Henry B. Hyde, the Jones will return the \ I i-it this after at Marston $ Quinll'1) to compare with those at the

founder and for a number of years noon. Great Furniture Emporiuni. -
,turn'I !pre-ideiit, of the Kquitablel 1 : Of Austrian Vo;: ul H. B'.ar* and hn ;1 ;I

,: cour-e Mr. Hjde's work was be-t secretary Capt. S. A. I'o-ulich, paid| ____ I!!
r 1'o111t'1.t
.> .\. t-t-tivr, known in the insurance Held but he an ollicial visit to the rszuetvar this''l; The remnant: of the Heinbergj i
waa wan: cf such wonderful ability uioriiia,;. ',. Shoe Store
I I'.roA, Vo, ; grocerytock will he i Boston
and force that he attracted the -- -
I .ilut .,.. attention I i -olJ1\1the anetgllee F. E. Bra ner,
I -I.I 1"k of the bu-ine-s, world in general A M\\ HIOM MKMC'O: I to merchants: : ; and con-umt-rs at =aci ,

.1 j Union If .-tirr. I'lie book H :t valued additiont" .\ltUI-S'fI.u: ; I, \ST MClirP. : i i ritice priers. lining:' ta-tcall; quick. i iI I
the library of this ollice.l I

111.Ill C. Mc( irin'a nice-looking ,: Try THE NKWS. 10 cents; per week : $-N. G. FORCHEIMER Prop.REDUCT1ONS.-< ::

I' I .. !IIII" .\ ('iiin>ii. \\ixMliiieiit: man from
.a IxnnIt I L young: Feruandina ur- .
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'. t : rrt. A "pl'l'I'11 joint meeting of Live! n\edintown lat night and was on I

., .: I, a'" t.: ii errr I'.I n Oik Camp No. I and Hickorv Camp! tNo streets but a *burt owe before jETERo
!i.-IfMiikY :21. \\". O. \V.. will be held in the I he was in the clutches of the law on $>

I. '.. .\ CI>'rk.. l'1I1"u hall lUount-Wat-oti the omnibus; charge of being udaiif'eroiisand
buildntbirv.nitt i gat 7 :.ill 0'duc k. sii-picious charat ter.
.r I'"'I' 1'I\ | ru1 .
.. .. ,rat r.. .at \vl.ich; tune ::;.'\'I-r"l.u Jo-iah After being !luit .1tf'd m IV-nsacola .A.T 0
"',.1.. .,. t.I'..1.11.\1 nu. ha\t tl lO 'Town, of Dm'ih i, Neb., will be t the first night; In the city j ill, hewas

I ,, 1\' ..? .t t...' \pre-eiit and m-truct th" members in allowed his libt'fthr the mayor i
1 .t" : '. 1', I...... the working-, the ord<'i. .\lImem. at i* o'clock thin morning*. BRKMNEFor
.',U<"J. .\'\ ..I I J..' ..i'1\>Illllllt rMuli*} bar are rl-'lllIhted ti> I be pnt"lIt. :Midiuuis i had! A lot of money uii ,
1 r I. .. .1-tI I him. but it was, of Mexican coinage
The and was somewhat duprecnted in
Last Heard Of It.
I ult Ill I'. "My little biy lock value in this country. The amount the Next Ten Days !
croup one I II
|he earned was gi.iii.l; ') He told Mayor:
I \ .. t ., .. u' l I" h niirut and oou ;srew Sn but you .. .
i. MI.1.t : Jone- d > that he hatlLJ..urk! .
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rcould hear I mi breathe all I
'"U" d over the \ : o
fug at CoatzjcoalcaMexico, and j
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I. i III-" \ urI r house ,ay! l'. 1)I. Reynold-
...", III !_ field. 0,1' f'an'lfh" woiilil die, j ji. had from i received that place the lie money had gone th..r'j to; that her- Haring Finished Taking Stock, ice j.mllrls of Odd and Ends in all dejiartnientH

I \I ?' -a',1.t' .".1'I aliI.u i.! but h t Cure fewloes quickly of relieved One )[juU'f'r"u him ,uandma i and finding he could not and in order to Close these Oat and make room for ..VESrKlXG\\ GOODS

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in! get his; money changed there, dteided -
.. -- tad he went to -leep. That's the J to Arrive Soon u'e f/uofe prices below that ll'illIllOlP. them at
.. to come to l't'II-::1col.l, this !being once.
t IcIN I II"n'
I '?''q g. : heaidnf the tv
.\1'1"I.I IIY11 (l ; a seaport town. Hisucceeded
i- a coiiirh like
cure that
:;tI ,i in the almost ofII..atlll
ml; !, ;!" hl\IIP\ Minute L'nuiflH Purr iluteiy | ; impos-ibl; ta-k. otK; ) yard Outing ITannel, worth I liUNI' yards Fancy Calico, worthI 1'nr* I'.oy-1.Solid!: L"llttlerShoe4,

I.t 1t\ 't t.-. .. .aft, and act. imuievi| .ite- |but did/: Hot hiway elude the over l\n\-t tinI'\td A.1'eii-A., ,He., to clo:'e at nc. ,',I rd. .Ic., to close at 4e. vard. worth f 1/jTi, hIlt price il 00.Cb .

I I I'.Ir rot h-. cold\ croup, 1:1 it'. acid t ntliitrand\ had a free, buiik 1. UI yartU Ounng I'lanurl. worth I yNM( ) yards Red md Nave Blue !: Pairs Blip,' !"'nli1 L.ltherMbOf-

.. .'..1 : "' '';'1, I'I !n"'iitiand: all other throat :iiul t ;1 IR ist ul l.t.i 10c., to lose at 7'.c.' Calicoes, \varr:inted fat, 4'.c.'_ yard. '1 ifiiiT quilny. worth $<.71, our pin-
I. : 't.4I 1>0 : ? :rouble- it i i- a etrt'till Cut. A good ,u-sortnieiit of Dre s (Good I *1 2.1.
ICO Boy! ; Single aii-l Double-
.' r 1'. : \' pi' ,I-lilt tO t:ike. The ll'tn i i in -irabe| rotors in plainrod 7J:: Pair* It-' \rw Orleans <,id
-- ----- .. like It. '''f'lIIr", worth, 2. 5i lc. -,- and . 1 -.1..I .. JIargiPh' :inn uy'In >r rtC. to close ".; and t>. .cr..wEHlf': !Mzes 2 too, "wmt
.I; i, ,!pp.ird. Mtliif v I K ''111. 'l to dc! at I ",c.. .'::;c.. oO**. and ":)>:. >. suit."i i |1511, our ['ril'e $1.iu.M .

1 .." i Liver .v;:ird.! KoyDoubled: lireastcil; Stut 'airChild's hhort i v. ,,,!) I 'I I I I1
i \1 t It S|()N TO S .\1'l'EH r.\M" azy All\ nf our TSc. Silk Velvet* t-> worth, ?ltJ> and :!.00, to clove at leather\ worth }i.$$),, our priie |htrtnnratg4card. :
H.I. and I :;i) -1111. '
,,, 48:! PairMise- Hhnes, 1 tll :
1' "I have.. lift ii trnitMol. R great deal I l lilt of Silk Kemnauta at half2( t IJnys': 1)inblr-d-ltreated and !Solid .
%rUr-1.111 will In' I\.n "ii, : :ti,, willi .I I' t ,, I" Ml| Leather worth 1.25 our i ri
-. '. --- -' 'n'rC'J.I''t"I Ullf 1\. Frh! ,_ .: : i v. A, hi- 'ml !price. ThrfeI'iptp1111.: -. worth ?.{ (K) to ,75.'.
I "oil, ,' ", *It'I''r: ; i l' uik-.. -ult: ; 1> in",. :! 1 ..r' ",...1.1I lot of yird-wide PHCl!... worth SI Vi, to cl.! .is" :it S.: .,"1 to M.2ouit.; 1: 52 Pairs MlsfV: Shoe;, IH to 2,

\'. I' o n'X wli.irf it s o ,-|.u.k .1. IJI.i il IY l .8' I I, :.1': ,.m.c1ft Ioc lo el"-e: at 7'.i'. v.lld.l.UOJalds i. We tarry a lull. line nf :M" n-* worth .*I.i1t Iurl'rll'l.kk.[
'1 4-4 lileifllKl! Dome-;. I fiiun .1.1 i. .
) uit- : In |iii no clo-e{
: V!. M,> i ii I l i fie -ilih .alt '. : 'in- will hei t vi il ".i i, I IJ. tit'. not tic ii. .a f' _.P. vai'l. 12tt: per ct I sit lit-r tilut. (Clllldien Flue (1-11.| -, t
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1 'IUbauc& I' d. 1'.110 l's
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J,, i, t. ...nIU..J!. .1'i .1 l trip r>iici 1:0:. : : CANDY ; -
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'. v' I'M.' StooUbot'li. ul tli' IViiaacola Iin -: >....... RU? Y INVITeD w T T TO in UR T !i
n !>,. :%i II..J I..t 'l li "i.vrnnuualmrrrlul' T'. riuinal. Ii'ol\\a\;; 'on oinpant MonJlv will Mltr'd hit "' 'I l t

\ ,.I e '!. ..llh Iticrof tbr In u I Irut I.
\ .Inc i a. 1 > IVinftcoltt Floods, in 4 oVIork p inI'E
'111:1 1 VV 1 HOM.PlUK'IOirs .
:. IInI :-nCrrtary. 3i0. havq spared neither time nor means in
I I:1; .'. collecting t1 ;
: and
,. Largest Most Complete Stock of
I I lIar..ltH ?HTINC: : Spring Fabrics i
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U have
we ever shown.
I'ullnU, .'!1111I'\11 I 4q' I'lii Hlr.>;tor. of. the 1'11"11'0111 KlMtric It is our aim ana desire to I
\\1)11"11 "t.\: r..nllillftl'tlllllllltI\ will liolil their nift-tin.; fill the wants of
ut thf ntlice n( tin- i'i'iiiiiiv| in thf city ofIVnncolit. every family in Pensacola and vicinity : r
Klorulii inuiifdiatrlv after tli'
all ,..urflm..1 ..f the MocklmltlerN. meftint:. I !
\ It C. C M > '>-. x iiii-ii take, |ihii.vat i p. m Iood.'\, MartAtl'.a 'fllllf' flf fl/f' 1U,1 J'opiilni' Fnhrn: ./ t tul
L -Mnaufnetttrfr ;:rU. It-.'. art w. TIIOM.srOlTKIIOI.PKUS tit 1 lJJI' lirethf' I !ii! ,Ii

i i.INK!,. Ha,.. loll rl A TIP
i.l1' h\\I'rDIII..nt. .cr"IICQ' Albatross Waist Cloths

1 ?MKKTIVG:: : 25c yard t 'r :I:1

I or 1'lIlIt'ral., .. The-tocklioliliT'i of for t'alllbu.CoUlity on ;;a*, The cleanliness; c.'n'EU'ifnce Liaglon Waist Cloths ;
., Il.etrlrlight: .\: Liiw-r'unpanredl tin Id 25c yard : H
l-,i -.It.\turnuurd llii-irHUiiiinl nii-Hting on ltuntfay. Mart'h and sati-f f iction derived trot ; ;;
.. 11 !> urrptH'iiilrtrKlicnii{ .Iril. Il"". lit the nilli'e. of tlje i-otilpHnv. in the Melrose all shades all :
o. 'L" tint li''lory ', chi fine illuminator i i-n't surpa'-ed ( wool)
"HrtlmI i ti.> of l' 'n-nculallunrta.ateu-1.a:kp.Nrcrrtxry. Ill1'H.oi e e 50c yard tI ] !
l:i > W. 1 HOM. ;
\by any lisjht that: i made, and when t :
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jili-rtnl., Moral tnr Custom w w'-. IHHECl'tHt'SIEITIG.: there are children in the house it is ,I,.- Watch this Space for the date of our Special Drive in -an ; !. 11 # I

,1.,1. :1':11 W..t lingo,r, Tb, I'lrectors r.f ibe t'BlI1ltll'OUllt, the" *afe-t light you can use. If you -
1Iollm t:1..l"trh': Light A 1""l'r'olllll.III\ will tinthrtranoudmrrting IV PLACES HND SI d f
at the ol'se! of the have no ;pin the hou-e let us introduced LKSa]( ,;} ; ; I
\ .ttt (i.tirliiu. company Inlhectyof IVn-aoia Float,
Imnieaititeiv after adjournment of tho it for you and you will 1 ; : J;
tt .;oxHI),'u >u (' '' :
y. ; Mo'kliolJer'iiiit-etiajf. which tales pin yr ;
:... r. puu' I I' \\ <> ran at'; cloct p. m. Monday. Narthta. I'!. !. wonder how you ever got alons J. !
W. &
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a .1 I i o \\ ApU Him' tO i flljaw.'w DECOVBCIv.TIIOM.Secretary. without it. i I FOR B E S. : .

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IN THE SENATE. Cures Cancer, Blood Poison Eating I "The -

) SOCIETY EVENTS I ANOTHER FISHiNG Sore, Ulcers Costs Nothing to Try. Cup that. Cheers.

Chaplain In Invocation Refers to the Blood poison and deadly cancer but not inebriates, i. ? w

Death of Elackburn's Son. are the worst and most deepseatedblood originally to apply t. :" >

I : AND PERSONALS SMACK LOST Washington Feb. 13.-In his invocation diseases on earth, yet the expre**!lon adapts !:-. ,. w

at the opening of today's session i easiest to cure when Botanic Blood Coffee-if of the b -r. r :- .

! of the senate the chaplain made Balm is used. If you have bloo only kind we handsW. .

. j', --- I feeling reference to the death of Sen poison producing ulcer?:, bone pains to have you rive n. ,

Brewton. Ala., The fi-shin? smack Osprey, of the ator Blackburn's son. pimples mucuQus patches, falling r
'i A. :McOouio, Jr., of I with asrood sel-c-t
hand .
hair, itching ;:skin ;;scrofula old rheu-
.l i% in the today. Beet of E. E. Saunders & Co. wt'ntHhore A concurrent resolution was agreed : .
city :
'jl form of catarrh Staple tiroe .
j to directing the secretary of war to i; mati'm or offensive i f
t :MU Clara: Beckwith i* again: with: Monday morning a reef scans and scales, deadly cancer eating anteed at
whether there is (
any danger
t the NVenrru L'IIKH telegraph office. 10 miles from the Cape San BI:15li bleeding festering sores, ;wellin I ]
of the Mississippi river cutting throughthe
t I,,I li. T. Gtth o lC'H'''' was in 'ht and will be a total wreck. s. lumps, persistent: wart or !sore Pat
between that river and the
space I take Botanic' Blood Balm < B. B. B.) McHugh's ;
j t : ''ie city j-f trrday 011 a buineA. The crew, numbering six men :t. Francis river near Walnut Bend, It will cure even the worst case after ,

I.'I( trip were brought ashore at l 10:30 o'clock Ark., and if such danger exists to present everything else fail*. B. B. B. drains '

!l ;I 1' (t. ]0'. Fletcher of the s. A. L. railWay this morning ou the smack Wt-is- an estimate of cost to avert the the poison out of the system and the ,

i< a mo us' the guests at the kettle and their arrival was the danger.: blood then every sore heaNmaking Corner I'I" s ; .. f'
: J Merchant-'. the blood pure and rich, and build-
rim intelligence received here of the -
t 14\ li; The VaUntipe; bill t'. b* Liven by diater. The W ei kettle also House Passes Several Bills. inz: up the broken-down body. Botanic AAAAA A AAAA
Blood Balm i B. 15. B. I thor- "VVVVVVVV9vvvvvvvvv".yvCOO:1
, ,t Mrs Maxim'luucitucliiii! tonight; Washington Feb. 13.-The session "f
'i brought hereeveral anchor, I lice ouzhly tested for 30 years. Drugstores <>
1 ""lllll.- au fnj'tyable-"icnl tvent.Mr of the house with <>
today occupied
j } 1 large bottle. Trial
t gaily and other movable property of per
it. A. F. 1 B-ebe and Mr-. L. A.tiffboof the transaction of miscellaneous busi treatment free by writing: Blood <> Special Showino' <
:. is; t s Chic.I;'.. III., were among! provision, ness. :Sevejal: bills were passed by Balm Co., Atlanta, (ia: Describe -1

n* arrivals at the Mrchaut la-t unanimous consent.CONSPIRACY trouble and free medical advice oV
vatocked were all lo > ;'I u-ht. given until cured. B B. B. doe* not I o --o- <>
makes four veeN which

J John O'Couor ha; rturnd from thi< firm has suffered the lllof AGAINST SULTAN. contain mineral poisons or mercurya <> o

. I .. \ (>alaehicoii, where he das been within the pat "t'\'eralmunths and ( so many: adverted remedies do),

I } visiting. / hi< "hteor. taJ I.B friend- two within the pat week. The ap- Warrants Issued for Arrest of Many but i composed. Over of 30uo Pure tetimoimU Botanic Ingredients of- |> Spring Dress Goods Wash o

;, will. be glad to la ten that he ireatiy is proximated value of the O-prey i-

',,", i .: iutprovfd in lifi'.th.! placed: at f.l-Ml.; but the uwnH11:11' Prominent Turkish Fugitives., cure by taking Botanic Blood Balm
Constantinople Feb. 13.-Warrants ( B. B. B. |
about Fabrics and :
recently expended one- .J
t C.V. Ii'Alemberte h.I' received ,
half that "um in putting thiveel have been 1 issued for the arrest of -- -- --
.I i. Cnmllil--ioU .\- irt>rm -ter
Princes I.utfiUkh and Sabahaddin.
iu good -ub-tantial condition.J. sons
f. i iud roiainiry <>f the Third bit'alion. : \\1AHITIM K <> 0
\\ slip pia, one of the men of Damad Mahraud Pasha the sultan'sbrotherinlaw -- AT- '
Florid Mate: tro ''->, with
f.. "... rank <.-ei'ntid lifuen tilt aboard: in relitinz: how the vessel and other prominent <> 0
; --- -
II went ashore. -aid the re--i-1 had left Turkish fugitives, who are chargedwith
[TrS"'St'lllD it the custom boar. after
1 I \ll" Matter RI..s. wln> has been early :>und.I morning and wapro- organizing at the prince's', headquarters 2;*'p m. IU". p..lbly not bt rruonrl1 bt'rtIDuDtll THE BIG THJJPX

I' "kU' .."i (If Mr-I Black'-! ceednhlowly at > o'clock Suiidiytnht. in Paris a conspiracy to overthrow next day.] >r I i Z QM7 3 )UE

'r-thrr. Mr:. A. N. Cuuimiiur". .it He retired shortly after
i r \..W ( trleaus. I.. ;u>w the juetf wardwith in-truction- to have him the sultan. E' PORTH, 0 ._ <>

MM.V.. B. Choirs tt Natchez awakenedhoulJ any wind spring They wilt probal-ly be sentenced tnp, For February. to date .._...., _.... <:sl.;"tARRIVED. 1*

1 'iloitioo and will rt-iimii there until up. He had slept until 4 o'clock! death by default as was recently donein A In the History of Our Business wo hav .. <>

t ":xt iBnutii.John >und.iv moinin, when the mm at the case of Damad Mahmud Pasha, .

; '41j S.1;'>rf Hi, wh.hl... bt-eu ab- the wheel called him and a-. he >;ot Span to ss Gulf Alicia.Transit Kfi CO Luzirra: Cienfuegos never shown a more varied line of <>

upon hr fret he felt the ve- el mind Unknown Schooner In Distress.
t -, ht fmni the citydine time vi-it- 0 }

I 1 : ; various-..rts far tin bnietlt oft on the beach. HP not: up quicklyand Cape );a) X. J., Feb. 13.-An unknown SAILED.Am Dress Fabrics than are to be
i .-aw the weel'dais: t'r, butirave scb Clara Knrtou I'eKrux. ranlt-aas
Mr Borelir-i health for
adays. two-mastPd schooner is in distress

t t i ,.w Ir". Borelli i< now ariun out. an Thee order-. -el th-it had; an-anchor truck lightly be put about 5 miles off this city. The It lk .A'.Ie Zron"l'Ilhhront. ben*u <> seen in our store today. Qt ;

.L. t w\ ill join
I. (put out took a good hold and the sine. bin they cannot be read from ,, F.mbroidoriesand Lace: are :rues' rdWi I V :

J 5 nvfteifto Josiah Tiiwue of Om.4 \- ve:.el ,wa pulled oil. Just :ahe here. The l'rf'of the Cold Spring \'E F.l" Il'oRT.; ; Q.k
to be in cheat Vo;ue during erit- at > and liKy i: i ..
i. i- Kerr andit a joint ;gave the order t<> hoi-t the u1:1ill"ail. life saving station las cone to the AR-HIP-- C, the :pnu. '. V I

I I :u.retnof LIC"k clll. Hickory to get out rtf the try IIi;; pi>-ition. the rescue :Sh: is evidently in a sinkIng l' s S :'IacbifrulU .s..wpor t''rl..IOI.*w.AuLeruierzhettarfrom jt :gun It.muet- at :'J : ,
( '.IDIp-;, Woodmeu of the \\ t.lrlJ, to- anchor stuck brokand the tide .

ti'i .. s,'ht, will iu-truet mt'rnbt'f in the carried the ,mack well on the condition.Ay awl l boat is alongside MK1MMUP-. <> select. l'dtteru'l in Matched _'-) DErn Lad'- jO
.r Gee ClamliU5i-4-J, schwanfr. to W L Wit- :--f-tt. Allover:. Flouncing and
and it is thought it has haen launchedby
f workiiiK** "f the order. F.vory beach. let uu her in a perfectly up- I..h.t. ('o <;} In-ertinnto match.: ->c eacn.O 0
r '.V-xjdtuan urged to attend. ruh po-ition. Within live minute- the cr.'w in order to save themselves Br Iirptfard, 167J.; Turner to butt Iran-it _
:. ; after she struck the -ecoud in the life guards Co I! pw SriuWa; |- ''
: case

time are unable Match :Settin Fine } (PI1'-
H,. H. I.. 'f-
Hinj'-oa! went over to tier Hilda Horn. 1-Tl s-tander toV S H .
i 1 J u'k..4 Miviile! tin-: week to attend a -lu bean' to leak and very-oon wa- to reach tb...[;). A pale is blowing Keyer A "'otirr A med Torchon. French Val A
tilled with water Ihu- i're-l'lulliu- Loui-w Horn, -.N. liabdra to Hatti., .traul'lilt r. .
( '...:.tiii;; t f the state botrd of health along! the coast, greatly handicapping Y and Italian Lace Item' P
idea of h-> afloat Ilu\\o.l\.t ( 0 )
any : jrettin r at {
the life
'f t which he meinlier. Mr.inpwtn *. savers.
ia I.Hbrmdertoorderter
hi.'h water. 2"niit! Yard Wide Lacs at (ltuI'tra- it-. :" :t. : li _
a Mars"". tcxkt n. toV > !K..y-.r.t t
: aceompani-iJ 1 him a- far a- 4" .
The crew realized the conditionthey and Inc: yard. i it : e u- :. V
i r.. i'll iha. f1. wherehe/ itlie ;gue-t Fast Train Wrecked. CoIHltch I
were placed in .-uddenly Olaada, l6 t. Voss to WutiehK.illateros <:> <>
? auj -'N'-'OJ'-- --
J .1,?* and Mr I.1_ MavwU. Fremont." 0.. Feb. 13.-Westbound .t c.o: '
,: Dithered tojetht-r their! property, :-pain "rl\rlna i H.'I, 1'rlnr to
i JI! r.. II. A. Burke ..f I C:.'-ton. A. takiti it ahoreaud savingtoe.. passenee:: .. train No. 4H5.' the Pittshur? Baar-, Uunwody A' I'o +

i tt' a. : tan (>f ffled. H L. DtviYork. One of the ti-l.ermen had: his leg;; and Detroit flyer on the Pennsylvania BARKSIt I 11. 1 Son. !
I'rna.ola: LJRIbei 3oljuson
Aldor, 1"47. t< .rrt'tuIO t1 tout \V
a I w I \V. Mver of pretty badly hurt by the overturning struck a broken rail this morning between ('o

i fr- ','r r H. Ilidptttt >t. I'iul of a Jt.lTIn the beach. Hit ii Hekna and Millersvillo and left It Kiancbttto., Mortola. to RoaicoBrn "

+ ..: t A '-y sad wife "I f-:ddy. able to walk about hut as he came ()
the track. The train, composed of It rmccicln Kevello. 'H''. Rainen. to IMsaoo : .
; none ill' aiuvai+ dl! "ii tiie duck till- iiiiM-iinii., iitumped( trus: ....AA..A a0k. da rr; h .hAAA h F.. .. li. fl. i th A.,
t t ," t : ,' uh+run,!:. very much. None of them Buttered engine baggage car smoker passenger It
, tu extent.About coach and two sleepers, was ditched It C.zrona. U5J.! ozzo. to ord..r
\ I \1.-. ", r TlI't. \'. IlInk". any o'clock Monday morning and.l stneral ('ars'rt'ck.d.. Abouta Nor l ovre. ;\*-. Larsen to tt' s K-\-r
t'r ,1'r of 0.1'1 F'I1"--. A: Co .
tl e plight; ot the O-prey was seen dozen passengers are reported\ in It KlorMn. loj;. IVIIertno. to )rarn.1.!1 A ro The' u., .Government 'I .
a i 1 I' o-aila I .d.. et.
t -
n"1 It lue Russ lit;). iiirtolotto. to orc r FREE v.- ; :
a .\ and realized by the crew of the jured. oni' seriously, but none fatal .
I. I Thursday.' Wt'tlt.-- Nor Isabel, 11T-. Wee to order .
; I II O t Felloww will \Vei-kettle which was bound to theuapper ly. D.,tails are difficult to get at thiUmt' It 1.10.00', Miuhoilno. to KO"-:" BmorMueca. t.., StntH- ,.-. i ..-... \i! 1 vr'at .t III-' .. -r.. -'' I tt! 't >
bankand the brother flheriueti > tilt;, EIIIPi-en. tl' ui.lrrnus .
.1\1 a.h: the tract ro -gait:
were taken aboard and cared Norden.' 57) l.undbers. to ..r>ir ... ___ _u I
i :: M I' tC'slot' I..d It Fensacoia '<:. Mmont-tti, to f for. The boat went on her journey,
.1' :e gRtndl made a catch: of "no r-uappers and returned Reunion Carnegie Society. to Kr Veronica, ita T. r'baw'. toy s' I. Cut Caught Witi; Counterfeiter's Tools In <".-<. it >. I' .
lj .'. :Ii ; ofs this moruln(;. lheouthea-t New Yoik Fth. 13.-The first an Zetiro. die Prlerano. to Koa-co Bros Columbia. S. C. Fl l.i: -J T. M.r J '. .
L. Accident will
''Ir | mud created a great deal of trouble nual dinner and minion of ).0> Georgia Stranger Ii 571 takETiLBr Litflike, to order gain. a white man i.t-en arrests-! -TJIUt.r l h'tl'k II", .

'! i I > '. Hon. John in having the smack docked but a* Society of New York will take ,.Clloo"It&". near McCormick, in .Abh.-vile> 'otinty Fah..ri.hurtilltl. '

I .i'o. .: t. a pr t' lihrntt she came up into thelip it wasten place at the Hotel Marlborough on Vrrntt Am Harry i lo Messer. 5.;, uarland toJno A with a full set of eounterfitintools are forever filling .i i

i I a ; l".HIIU.I.-I"IIt'f th..t she had: on additional men. Feb. :21:! Among the gin s-ts invitedare in his possesston. II.- was in a swamp; SelveThere l- Ii" ;, r \

.: prirnarr i- Hi the This was made kn.avn at the otlice ,-vPresld nt f UvMand.Secre- JLiJVKKD! A.SU 8ULKO FOIL YEA!: I miles from town The town thing, but their w .rare _.
I x : i\- VrVird wt- and it 1.o..n known that the :added i
1 1. ,.., tll1Carli>:!... -\.1n11ll1! S"hl.y. Oscar 8ACOLA.Amf ly has ben flooded with eonnterfettl averted w"!) p. rr. i''! .
1 II from
railr-iiij c"ni- crew wr- the O-prey. Theu NTCAM.HIPN .,
rrI' 1i i
,.. Straus Governor Chan ib r and United land. Dutch sid J'ortTlbi' .Ianiirni :.0' money. The eovernment has b -
'f : "% tie: liter ur.patience: began turert kelf <"--n nnti '
+ Statt Senators Clay and !' .'.. .m. Kr. bd ll. at Tyiie liei I 17Ii3n" .. i it for thM"f r -
I V.Vi-ktttlfe's :
I Ij \ UJ :'ua -mail jnJtiie! : huts were a""n. fled. other parties are susp r te.(
; ,
-1 If uetva 1'ei-v- cle1 here
: <"i it: :1". ; : of Georgia: Clark Howell.. H. Mill ,
: ,1 oily 1:1 tt e brought namerou questions Ti-rtia >;.r-id Leghorn td J>t'rQ'D.\'I"".
-II '. :..;.>,> li-ju: t.itru- were lir<-d ,.t the men in the dory.It and general John B. Gordon. \ eta, ",.1'. -Id La- falnmJan .'.- i Train Crushes Negro Fatally. j
Winifred. Am. aid .Neworkleb 11
.t, ;;-eein aif Saunder Carp ",:usta. Ga.. Feb. 13.-Jim Most. a "
:ettuiif a great deal more than their Crnnetlne. HIP- 1, Latest '1fa '
Nlculoccame, It. aId London Jaai"ticesa negro boy. had his lee rut off at thi- I Styles\
.o..n: : 1101 :+ tr.i -hart" of bd lu -k recently' the An n general rule where the prapetines Kus, li'i, at Tyne Joy is place. He was stealing tide U'n'l'I
I lo:-e* of thi* fit! m within the past; have been trained on high; frames \\'anloo.1\ hamburg a on a
t :Not B.'Io will figure near the ?JOUOt.i i for Ktt K-. freight train! on the Bvlt line smith nit lire for parlor be.i
i ataa /Ptietaliy d year up arbors; tlu-y are U-s subject to rot Anca.G"r. sld Ha\re Jan 11AlhlOn. ,
mark. as compared with iues that have Ku*. ..t heat Jan 4 of the city when he lost his hold and at ollar '
: It te0rp.da to w.tch a"f' been omitting room
t l fell the ,
It.37.1. IVi.enlte NoviAnnibal rails.
-- Anita P : at : : on At midnight th boy ':

t -;"r and i-ltierve how. lie orlie :\t.IIOlj'1I: : ; HIm trained tinground.. : ,.:-Sor.r..nNl..or. sid Cinoa. Decs'Dec rlAtlantic. died at the hospital. Both lees had tobe J' Jili1Zll'.

w ill r.--lat all .u.rKe-ti I'II. ito ooileeint \\m'"III''o: : \ n"I" Tbe F.lcctrlc i'nrrenl. Carlph.l. Nor-id .*Ur>a lay Jan ."! amputated and he didn't rally from
f the of their tn.uail i't
c.tu-e v C'ounhawr.01' sM Mn-* c II
I '''''bh.i Experiments ho\v that an electric huacraz.or.. sld Iteifa-t Jan 15 the operation.Big WEKKLV
4 ( .ipt. T. E. \Velle* tin morning; lieu"sepplna. It. Laina.Lennatin Plvmodth Jan S P4C1ILLULLFOKETEAM
will current will travel l ,..l !
t' They thcoit"d over a g' eon-
received a letter from Vera Cruz, Ku7"j.. rid La Kucuelle Oct :W Alabama Land Deal. i
J'' t t,'ii Ct' Feb. 13.-On.> of th.-
St HI" It. aid Palermo l>ec ;I\
i i' -uwbtiluYtheyhavaettrnlik- ,tyre, in which the hire dt't..II* of the niinute, or around the earth In three M'ttdaena..or-Id: 1"nl""ld. Dec iiordiret. blzeest! deals in mineral: land- PKNSACniiAKLKCTIUCTt.llMmiRAILWAY:
lie retell-I ci-nluiMi tlf the < \> r ,
eteunds. .1 1 II..c s.
wrecking; of themick Contest on \ Xor, < tiurre
r o.... eN .utl tie piljMtiti-iu of the February 4 were Kiven. McIntyre i >li\e Mount, It, Mil, Leitb Jan 1: made In Alabama is about to !>.. re COMPANYTr :

f !i"att. The -allow C:<>UH>|e\i.ii Hn is one of the wrecked smack's r>ai_r no e.. t'mberto I. It. bid uenoa Jaa 1 corded.: A party of Birmingham! ia-;. :ci irate HeBikcoU for the I.
crew Fayou, till I'.HTOU.: rrlEglon.. syr ."<
I <" rilly IItU ItIlltP,1 to A naturally and wrote a< follow\ : The Daisy; ruse i ioo1 a I'wallllant from MTHOUNFR3.Lyman talifts harp purchased a tinnnA.i tract .ad Fort t.rr"oc". ftti
; ttlllOUtelli > M La.m, "la Portland M*, Feb :
{ > raiueut The Contest sunk on the trianslereel six tll t'iht inches in height lianncclusters 11 of land In Cherokee county and l will!! at i o\.iol.. m.rrlT* at Fort Karranen r '>
Hut o ncr 1:1 .i a.tll. :a t'''rwikn -.>n
here Tuesday nir'ht.; / February of small rovs rf-cnibliiiR! dlln-l eixe erect two blast furnaces fouua.m.srrlye&tIortltarrasea.t.! s; Iss
up an 1 throw. oil curfew entirely ro'a.t ne.f.To .
IAJp.m.arrl\"eal Barrana.e I *! s.
I : nithiu'saved but the We i
I crew. Mtf d.iisieAs'
then tie truth be{in- t-> aj>- uggy as twntyneor have the r. a-t I"'l' brown on thenutelde $:*> p. ro. arrive at fort Harran'a. I..' (9
I l' brat. i,ti.l it !" an ...t-f J'1o to ,nuke" were picked ui; by thepanih thirty clusters l>!ot'm at once bo it The finest line sterling silver > :15p.m. rrlT* at Fort Karraneat f..1')1 a
-te-imer Alfou-o :Mil and broughtto and Juicy! and rare within! ItLoul.t *!stJ> p.m. arrive at Fort Harrancai t ti t sTrains
: tat: rhiiu'i* if 1'ti-tuui Food ColleeM pays to cultivate it fur decorative ('ur- goods and silver novelties i ito be hate Fort Barraacai Ptoi-
Vera Cruz where we are now on t lt> in hot '
put a very oven atnrt
taken I of C-tti>... found at J. I. Stephens' Prices
.I{ I.I J place 1"-'s'I' to cola at
the hands of the 1'. :'. ..on-lIl. We then ,
rtilm-ins the heat. The .
I \Ve-t please all.I P. coU a. .
: A man in IMiiaM.I\ 7IXa m. arrirN at n* iu a B
.' rltr< : ".\- the" i-i>ili., hthU jrew"O do not know what part! the United Ham and F.r"-. great heat at nrt burdens and also I 1HI p. m. arnve at l>n.a:?ola .1I.i p. Bi:4i
:Mate* we will beent to from here.1'I p.m. arrive at Prniacola I ee p. a
Hie ''jy health! tlf-cllliei ni the Colored races ne\er have blue eyes. browns the surface, keeping? In the
I he" letter continues giving instruction I tail p m arrir at nacola I t 8 p m

t } +am rjtin. I w.'- .uhj..ct to tier V.efnes to notify relatives of certain Their eyes are always dark brown, Julce. The meat should! I* astt'tfn'qul'ntly. i r;:::.<.>::.v ": :":'''..'.'. .; !. ,!.. ..... ", T:01) p. m. arrive at ctaeola f tS p
j ) c''ti-tip ition, dy-pep-ii members of the crew sending word! trowm .li jelluiv or black. r.F --- -"=' ':;::t :i SlSp"': m. arrive &,tl'lInaa43OI&---. ) .. a

I general weik& (-..111I.; which I ,0i
that til :are in good( health and all I I It TAKE FOB Will: DAYS
I wide: tee utit for "U-III.. and riitht. Thi. v--el wa commanded "wl.* cbooln.. Olympia Arrives. r"ulaola to Fort Barrancaaand

01.1 I brc.tmo iMrvou* .nd by Capt. A. C. M.i: > .). apt was valued The public' schools in Switzerlandare New York Feb. IS.-The United I i pea'&cola to Nary ard and return rftBra a'a f*

i;: t'r- ken >t two that I at ab"utU). She States (cruiser Olympia from Boston. I i i i'eniacola to Palmetto Heacb and rttcra ..nBT9DAT
was purchased operated' by the government and 1
'ooa.l n'li attaui to 'U..III"anj take in the tCHtI>CDIUh .
... in ];'\51l1l1 recently\ John tan: service rules are strictly applied. which is to part receptionto ; ..
turned t\ .r'tl.III'.r (o !\IV.t..ut aflaally G. the i weather! p -rm.u f!.. r..i, '
Wel-h and liter old Prince of Prussia arnvM
r -,. ant 'wet. : to t"o> ';;"u4't..n: >rT.l'l'r..w: to precut -- The teachers, who are mo-tly woult' lens: open coach.Leavt ....
: w,i* mad here, today.
10 Col|,.r I lo. hupinjr t.1 tinl health .'f John Welch Richard: 11'atfield up > very well paid and never Jicharir- Pentaoola. L? Fort htrrtawi
-- -- -- --- a. m. Ills
iu a rh"tue of l'IllIIlt..ltut after -imtntlii \ ed. except f',r cuu". When tl-y u. tw m

f -,'j) tiru I tune b.H'k in Harry\\'; Crawford:Sotner John Dm Delor lcII.IDald.trrt'n and C., old they can't teach any more they Cleaning ladie skirts and waists .V./I ,! 11 I a.p. m.m. ii Ip m m

worse eoiulafi'ii thin I left. H. Mclntvre. are .,{'nsioDl'llIllOl'raiIy. i is one of our specialties star Laun-: tpm Ip.m

"A friend. nl-i-is.,i thtt I juu ('.'f- iry. i G0008 Ipm p rr
f ----
I fee and try "l'<.-! um, ;tnl >ultn.-iu-li 1 T.\.l. \1I.\o"Et: MAN ,tderT *nlt. t (spat p. m. ep p ir m

ct11a..t believe It w .I- the c cu-e of The finest line of umbrella in the ill ( p. m. rp m
.. II'I.IOF: IWBBEHY .\dt'u.n the Suez canal does n large i- J. I. '. Go lookat )1
t my ill h alth. I t'U"tollt..1 to tty the city at terhen ; FAZE P01 1l'JA Ttel1lACol.
i business in the export of salt! secured them. to Jrl Karrancai >
tow cotfe" I blu.l1t t t'nck t.:" and U1
wdrprepired it strictly 11\'I'orJiLi (t. T. (iibl", a younz man: from ty evaporating; sea water. .tJ AND : I lard and retnrn.____ R4
Peluaoola to Palmttto kraefi
Tallahas but who
arrived here
dirtction* anal I t. wonirtfully ee. CANDY CATHARTIC *'4 91 IlItll'II.________ *

I t pl.-a-ed to tint it -. de- Wedtie-d.iy and registered i *t Fruit Tree*. No freight received after 1.18 p s-

hihtUaDd r.frt-hips,' : tie quitting the Merchants hotel a* "T. W.Uibb There is n wonderful dlfTerotK! <- in :. V&LNTIN& LS :

"t >fte* '\\'a. aplta-urerather than! -. of Phil-i.I: P.i. compUicedyefrday the excellence! of well groan, f\c : ij- .

4" ) I-- that he had been "touch- GKVKUM: ir.lACII: si HI I
fruit .
n'J\1 w.tb
as compared t. it sirs is j; ;
11' ''I are now been driukiti;: !'.>:. :e.1" while in the city for his pocketbook taro .'
,Town on a thin worn out soil. tor. Dnpin. ',:
tu. : >ruveravrat, apt my /health which contained r:t6. He didn t.,:j Following i* tL"l' :. i
Genuine stamped C C C N '.4. adily imr< U. oJ dy.I''p It the how or wnen he Was relieved hi-* German 'duration.. 5
I J ill- I nave gained ::.". ca-h. but did 11'f which THE NEwr; '

:s. in wet,:' t and feel, at lei-t. hid un seen his parse since he had nation of Europe, yet only I hundred .>i" .tY.i. | benefit of the merchi-: .,

.. Ira youucer thin I di J a yea iett Milton, from which town he bad years ao; German teachers in many ill J :'t.-C-. : &ro" :-.1 ;Jl.--.C- h-r.I. I their good to tl.Ev
r. to l'ensteolan 'lmJal'ut.lts: ot t lur..laH.
'. come of the country so pooriy!
tarts were
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,I \ .."y of my fn "ni< hive" quit viinb- i- well known here but for paid that they used to sine: in front of v'. \'ttw. : Book Store. j poet :

.' i the and are u-iaj Po tutu a-d Iit!: rf"i.'ltI he re: i-tered under autne'l *- .\. fampb. 11. Leave* YPDt.eOla
if houses in order add to their income i
to .
<, not know. <>finele our w. !tit hauot initials i* not explaiutd. A* It appeaniu to the! court fiat! !I" dr- Leaves' kit r raocal
by odd Nndaat tliat t. Leaves Pickeu.L .
t : been benefl'ej S .m" nf the-e r-e wrote h 1- name it i* siij he pecce.gtrike. >!101II n BfliJaut in >ovr ot attachment! cat.a and r..- > --..- -.... : l'aE I ,sv-s liarrancaifrnoscola

t'I I did U"t like 1'ottr"i'\ first but in -t.ited tlu; he changed it to "throw turo on summons ad. rt'i., ia nonreldntof t. Lraiee

t ., r1l'.to' I futiJ the" eui-e to have; t certain: party m U'wa ell lii-J In Rn++la. .he Mate ot bands so mat h*" cannot be :J Arrlvee Barr&lI'ai .1 t

., been nut liaviiic bul"-J it I"n.: track." hut he dii notive In r.u.ia the penalty f.r leading a reached ty the ordinary prcoct <>l this C. R. JOPNSON make: a trip to Kurt. SI h I.-.
any court. iefendant. w. A. CamphPll. i* I turns to
"Q"u.h. The! direction* are ea-y tuij'.ei. History i i- not Driven the strike is tie same as that for rebellion hereby note ltd that he u juirt-J to Le and ; ,4 Leasre

I nUL'h t.> f.illw.anJ when follow- 'reite:t of credence, but aa com appear' brtorethls court in the dutriat and ,, 'I ..o 11\"t'l PlCkDiPlckrcs
county atorr-aid on the 'trd day of March i I Leaven Pen.aoisi
; ..J JL dehcioulieverac; l- the re-ult. plaint wa-made an investigation i isGibb Proprietor i.o
,. D. li.: to plead answerordemur In theabove La'l'
: bIn "ome calks rut it on to boil f->r being rl1r.ued. Camphorated Oil. eatltirdeau-e. or In default taerrof .11 '': I i Arrives hsrranoa ', t p a' '

II rher ten minute, but that doe< received a lot of mail at the To cake camphorated oil take a* j jd,;nient will be entered' against him. i r.t. trip to Me HP* and recur

not make !pood I'V.''..., ...>..>....>..>.............'.-.",..>.......,,.>,,..f'........ i On Wednesdays and Si
i real bubbling or boiling hi bt'iU:1 had left for Georgia points last --.L :.:.:.... .'
night, teat it sufficiently to melt camphor ot Pensacola' once week for four eon boat will leave Barranca-: "
;: it hoold be allowed to boil at least the letters were forwarded at lecutire weekt.
noon. '.
for Peniacoa! at 6:30
j I mlcIUt..." Name given by Po..- It i is thought that if he did suffer the then add camphor In the proportion of Dated this ril day of Jannarr A. D. :":?. ens! : p .
Creek Mich. los an ounce to every half pint of oil (Seal) JAMES R.L \VRn1. The most reliable preparation for The General French H '
Battle reported the
turn Co., money was taken Justice ot the Peace Second! District icambtaionnty. kidney troubles
the *
I from him while on the train Fla. on market is purposed only and any out i
Frr Twi =NEW Want Ooltma.ured t Mil ton. : 1 I Subscribe to the SEWS LOc per 1.I I C. M. COsTON, Attorney Plaintiff. I i Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Al- bare a pass! from the quarto
t week. jsaaoawtw I emberte, 121 8. Paiafox. take passage o i her

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