The daily news
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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1902
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
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System ID: UF00075893:00762
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Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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

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there is considerable snow in the


IN Mm SNOW ; Knoxville.Heavy Fall Feb.at 15.Knoxville.-Eight inchesof RUINS

snow fell here yesterday afternoon

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF Heaviest Fall of the WinterIs and last night. It is the heaviest snow Earthquake at Shamaka Appalling -
since March 15, 1WO, when 8 inches

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, offers to epositors Reported. | was reported. Street cars anti traffic In Its Results.

iI generally is seriously Impeded today. .
I All schedules are abandoned on car
every facility which their balances, busi- CHARLOTTE REPORTS 15 INCHESIn THE SHOCKS STILL CONTINUEIt
lines. Many wires are down under

ness and responsibility warrant. I the weight of snow. Incoming trains

Many Cities Street Car Traffic Was j i from every direction were late this Is Thought That There Are Still

Interest paid on time deposits. Interrupted and Great Damage Done ': morning. The snow being wet. It is I Isolid Many Hundred Bodies Buried In Fissures
and is removed with difficulty I II j
to Telephone and Telegraph Wires. and Under Debris-Work of
I The temperature at 10 a. m. was :27:

Thunder Storm at Vicksburg Miss. d grf'es. Excavating In Search Slow.

Atlanta, Feb. 13.:>> -The storm wh'it Damage to Wires In Kentucky. Tiflis. Russia. Feb. 1-1'\\0:; hundred

was central yesterday near Vicks >i"-g Chattanooga!: Tenn., Feb. 15.-The bodies of victims of the earthquake -

-- .. .- --- has moved eastward. giving the sec ,'official statement was made here today I I which destroyed the town of
---' --- -- -- ---- tlon of country over which it passed :a : that the snow and ice in southern :|'Shamaka had been recovered up to

.., T ON PRo RAM. PUBLIC BUILDING FOR SELMA. last evening. It appears certain tbats"l'ral
A NEW CAUSE FOR WRECKS. variety of weather. Tbe disturbance Kentucky the past week damaged the
wires and other property of the Cum. hundred! bodies are buried In
which ia this morning central near
T'-eater Balcony! and Senate Bill Appropriating $100,000 for Dead Locomotives Responsible for Nu the the fissures and debris caused by the
y berland Telephone company to extent -
Same. Jackson\llle, Fla., caused ruin, snow
'an'l Head. shocks.
; merous Railroad Accidents. of over $ IUntlli, the heaviest ,
". While Washington.. 13.:>> -After the routine and sleet, and thunder storms occur 1 1d i The quakes continue at intenal
an anH Chicago, Feb. 15.-A new cause for damage being In Owensboro and Pa-
theater was sit business today the senate passed! railroad wrecks has! been discovered red at Vicksburg. Montgomery and cah. The entire working force of and the work of excavating In searchof

iking at a scenaM a bill appropriating llOn.Ooo/ for a pub. in the 'monster locomotives! that are Charleston. The snow ia the heaviest the Cumberland company has bl'en'' the victims proceeds with tl1l11eull)'.

,fl field in moonitn lic building at Selma. Ala. now being! used BO extensively by all of the winter. Charlotte reports 15 centered on the necessary repair Among the dead are many women what )

the first baln !- I The senate then resumed consideration railroads. inches, Nashville M' Knoxville 9. Chattanooga j I work which will include the Installation the tim. of the principal shock

the head of a of the bill establishing a permanent While being hauled from their 8 and Atlanta 3. Freezing of several complete( new ex were congregated in the various bath "

"ins! in the orches- census bureau. The pending places of building to the roads for weather extended south to a line running i changes. houses. '<

., fully 'in ft>et. The amendment as that of Mr. Lodge to which they are intended it has been siMithwest from Wilmington. N. I

".T ::1I1\.ly hurt. amend the paragraph relating the ascertained that the giant engines C., through the. central portion of the British Army Estimates. St. FeterhburK. Feb. 15.: -The latest '

j fht 1'1-rMn\! retention of employes so that it would have been Illa'lnhavoc with the cotton belt and much colder weather is London Feb. 15.-The army estimates news from Shamaka confirms the appallinK '

'tt'.Iebk, it for "fire" and read "that emjilojes' of the twelfth tracks of the lines over which they predicted for tonight.In I issued today show a g',':1.1 to- character of the earthquake at

jiiickly not to their census office at the date of the: passage:; hare passed. Atlanta street car traffic has been tal for.the year 1902-03) of 63,310uO: the place and adds that 300 corpses

i. ttnn of attendants, of this actho are retained in the Reports have been received show seriously interfered with since e which is Intended to provide fcr 420- have already been taken out of the

1',. .i.-4 the crowd and permanent census above the grade ofski1ld ing here the unconnected drivers of o'clock last night several of the sub 000 men, of which 219,700 men are for ruins. The piles of wreckage are so

.- 'h. ')!turbance(' was car.f laborers shall be and they are the monsters have pounded rails so I urban lines abandoning their -schedules the ordinary army and 23,300 for war vast that the search is nwcessarlly

police. To the latas hereby without further examination I hard that the latter have been broken until this morning. Sleighing was service. The estimates, of which slow. Part of the victims were Mui-

.\ I'wirK"" S. Mullock, under the" provisions of the ('1\ it service I and others have been so badly injured I II | indulged In on many of the residence .i: 40,000,000 is required, show a decrease I i sulmans. Survivors are encamped) out.
I act. that they hate under Trains from the east I side the ruins of the city.\
'"rly of Chicago.AI I snapped pressuro i I streets. were under this head of ::23.230,000compared I
I In support ofIs! amendment :Mr. lof the following trains.Superintendents I I only slightly delayed up to noon. with 1901-02.) In a memo- i
Lodse argued that if all the persons at FIREMEN WORKED HEROICALLY.
LAWS MAINTAINED. I roadmasters and \
randum the war secretary, Mr. Drrd-,
present In the employ! of the census others who have reported the matterare 8 INCHES AT CHATTANOOGA. I erick explains that the estimates are ----

.. of Great Importance ts othce should. V. placed arbitrarily of the opinion that not a few of sufficient to maintain a field force In i Rescued Six Cadavers from Hospital

t 'c Indians.I within the classified service without the recent wrecks that have been attributed Some Blocking of Traffic from Snow- South Africa of the present ctrenth I Thinking They Were Alive.

I ,. 15.: -A decision further examination it would work a to defective track may now { storm in Tennessee. for eight; or nine months of the new I Chicago }'.h. -Firemen: wh"
I hanWiip upon thowho had taken be traced to broken or injured! rails Ch ttanoo a. I'ell. 15.-The. snowstorm : financial ear. groped thl'iray through fire and
'.mil* to the ChukasaWiv i >
-ml service examinutiou and were on resulting from the transportation of. here abated this morning, the I mlan.l\ draepcd six .lend 1 bodies
Mi'i.: s '>r Indians bagS I
!. : ,\ I I.lt"t Statedj I tlu chsible list.DVNAMITE. these: engines in an unfinished state. official report showing that the fall of I Fitz and Jeffries Arrange Bout.New 1 1I into the Mreet from ",'ur -tt's hospital -

The trouble has become so serious eno amounted to S1. inches. Local Feb. tItohl'rt: Fitzsim-: at Ada and l-.i'.toii: bm-iU !at"> i
1 .1. u in ..t.1: the} ("ourtl! York
i ir1.' ")I ihi--if tiibeaj DEALS DEATH. that an order was issued by the flock | predictions are for clearing\ an'l colder I mons and .James Jeffries signed articles last iiipht 1'f'l'ri..1 un iiir' bt-rolc la-

-- Island road today requiring all "dead" i i weather. in 20. l.or i.i the !1.1!:, i IL .1 il ... w.'r"' res- ,
". << > ; MI i r.inina:: I today to meet a round glove
:' Two Men Killed In Explosion In Fur. locomotives received for rums who had been
t ra Reports received today from pointsup contest date between 'PITEOUS a".hpl-
11'1 ,i'. 'M li.in ;!' j'Hi! i4 nsportll'j I on SOIU May
i t t fl' .T '\'t ( ,ili UaailHHi ; nace /Near; Ironton, O. lon: to be equipped with the si the; Tennessee river show that the 10 and 20( for the" championship( of the: at ui1, and not until I I IN 1 llnmes! had ht'C'R

I (rontl1, 0.. Feb. 15.-William llor- in position and coupled. snowfall at Charleston, Tenn., was 10 world. The contest is to take place subdii did thev |I'rll hal they had

'I i I'if.i! Mut lini-an!: n' r, a negro ot t'uraiiton C'ity. Ky.. 1 ir. Knoxville S. Bridgeport, Ala.. before the club offering the highest been in I lite disse'-tiij: I'IN'", of tii-

.'. iiriI I i I... ;...,ijietuated: anti another negro man were instantly; Many Sthool Children are Skkly. II) infties. There is :l' .o considerable I purse. Th. wirinpr is to receive G') i Dennett Medlcrl c'ull&g': and that thereseticil

.,. :" lit.: frnH I' kiid! ba dynamite: explosion at His .! Mother Gray's Hweet Powders for Cbil- blockading of trathe today and a number -, pfT cent and the loser 40 per cent of ;i bodies ". .. froi; I!li' dIDI'.t-

Etua furnait- :2 o'clock this morn dren. used by Mother Gray, a nurse In of manufactories weie unable to the i! Ing tables of the M hool. Several of f
I i iir> >" i Ttie upin"in \ purse.
,,' ,'",.1t1.\ h'. \alld.1' ing. The dynamite! was tored in a ( hililren's Homo, >;fw York, lireak up start their machinery this morning on ;i the cadavers wore clothe. bating been
". ".Ilolhuus.IH'fI; > the two men. who Colds ia 24 hours, cure Krverisiini-s*, Hemlache. account of inability of employes to/ i I brought to the bchooi in that condition.
1:1': u lifing ron TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DYS
.' i had appli-d\ lor (employment were fUoiiincli Troubles, Teething Disorder reaUi the city from their suburban I One cadaver was incinerated. The dU!
M ir'">h had by tin plicai Laxative Bromo Quinine remove the
i tl,"HI. sleeping. No cause for the explosionis : :':c ?,Sample and Destroy mailed Worms.FInnddre'b.AlIen At druggtKU homes. The Tennessee river will ri>... ruuse. t:. W.lro\t-'s signature on every secting room and laboratory of the

given othr than the statement of S.: Olrusted. LeRoy N. Y. but no flood is anticipated although box; Trie 25 ct-nti. 1 college were destroyed!, entailing a loss

Pursued By Endless Chain. Joe tirnr. ....!:-> <-! .1 t with! the mm. '! of $: .OIJtl.'

I"'. Fnb He says -if awo" and noticed fire A score of patients In the hospital
< 4K" 15 -An endless chain ,
1 M... lat..st scheme to to adopted npar the dynamite and fled from the I were badly frightened but none were

'.tm.t' fnif'rs to ttt't tUfk of building just as the explosion occurred. I injured. The firemen had supposed
1 i that the building was used exclublvely
K: in-nee iiy and hr nephew! ,
.-'I fh Kh: Kogori. who The charrM remains of the men, for hospital purposes.For .

!1'c : "n last; July disappearediif Two thou burned be)ond rt'l'ogniton.'rl'! found I :

i .. >.ars will b.. snt out to t't \'- under tons. of ore diblodged by the DAiNTY I DISHESFORIIENTEN[ l[ DINNERS.Coe O,er Sixty! learn.Mn t

> "'! fi! .- I'mred States containI'hntnsriiuhs explosion.Mr. ". WioaLow'ii HoOTHI'Ifi HTBCP bt ,

,. ;' and description I. I been mothers used for for their over! children sIxty yearn while by mllltooiol tvetbloc

I' '-4-111e pair' and each person Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism with perfect tuccett. It ,oothis the. cblld
'. thr "During the winter of 1898 I todeoi the gumsailays psln.curet. wineS
'II>* Mter Is was so
requested Mi oollo! and la tbe belt remt-dy for l>t rrbor'.
., i ""i1-1 : ." ff it to tlireo friends ask. lame in my joints, in fact all over anil Tea fflellthll It will relieve the poor little lutTervr Ira-
't th.! -i to si-nd copies to three off my body, that I could hardly hobble mediately. Hold' by DrnggUti In even! : part
of the world. Twentytire cenii a bolila.Be .
around, when I bought a bottle ofChamberlain's
""'"' '"< n !q and no on, making a tare you Ilk for "K n.Wit il iw'i Bootb.
a'n Pain Balm. From RE SPECIAL-TIES log Hyrup." and take no other klod.
the first I
application began to get -
well and was cured and have work j
.' "., EIi'tSCg: : curtains ed steadily all the year.-R.WHEELER INHUMAN ACT.
the North wood, :N.Y. For sale by all
'ivt: that :
Ely's Cream druggists and medicine dealers. Deliberately Sets Fire to His Bab
'." '.90', r:' iu weight In gold. OLREANS GROCERY )
... Sister's Clothing.
i- ; i- ; e nt. Full size
":; t-I.t1I'\, druifjrinu and mailed Ship; Captain Is Arrested. Hammond Ind.. )<""b. 15.-WI1114Nowak.
rn K:: Mobile. Ala.. Feb. 15.-Captain F. JAMES McHUCH, Proprietor, the
;;: Hrtrg. i,6 Warren !St., New year-old: son of Mr. anf
\ T. Rice, of the British ship Lltzie Bur-
Jj; Mrs. John :
WEST INTENDENCIA STREET. TELEPHONE 105. Nowak of this city la 1&16<
Proberta Cal. rill has been arrested on the charge to have deliberately
set tire to tht
*\) iIIr4. ELY linos.-l have been of assault and battery preferred by clothing of his baby sister and watched .
-t. I with catarrh for twenty David Jon.... a former member of the her burn to death. I
: I' :'adp 011110 weak I and who U
thought crew an American citizen. At the I
inquest the
over body of thl
"iciption. I (rot one bottle Jones claims that he
S 1 I'.,; air-ini Balm and in three brutally child It developed that after the fathif
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"'- t'I': dii-harpe topped It is by Captain Rice on the voyage: !j Of the children, a fireman, bad gont

: -.!': ..t m dirme I have ned! for from Buenos Ayres to Mobile. Cap. RANSOM MONEY PAID. PRINCE: SAILS FOR AMERICA. MANY FILIPINOS WERE SHOT. ,| to his work the mother reprimandedthe
..- -- tain Rice was released on bond. boy for
Very truly I some trifling fault and
i THANK: K. KlM>LKSriKK.: : Stat. Department Receives Cable Ad- Boards Kron Prinz Wilhelm Amid Notorious Deserter from Americans I i locked both children in the kitchen

Well Known Contributor Dead. Same. Cheers of Loyal Crowds. Also Killed on Samsr. while she
vices Confirming went to a grocery store. In
.'. ', Bank Statement. New York. Feb. 15.-Ella Starr, a Washington Feb. 15.-The state department Bremen-Haven. Feb. 15.-Prince' Manila. Feb. 15.-The Panay scouts I one corner of the kitchen was a cup-

r"f, j ia The statement well known contributor to newspapersand has received cable advices Henry sailed fortew York at 4:13: p. under command of Captain Walker in 1 board in which was stored matehea.I .

1 i". '! "lankii for the week periodicals is dead at Fishkill after confirming the report that the ransom m. Previous to sailing Prince Henry, an engagement in the Island of Samar I| The mother was absent about 16 mln-

"w. Loans $932.004.. an illness of several months. She money for Miss Stone has been paidto in conversation with a correspondent recently, captured seven rifles and ::, utea. When she returned and openedthe ,

J' :,4'><<,7ou;' ); deposits $l.' was for three years editor of Frank the brigand captors. of the Associated Press this afternoon numerous bolos, killed a number of'', kitchen door the sickening smell

,'as.> |1.547.100); oircudecrease Leslie's Young Folks and contributedto It is not known when her release denied that he had written a letter Filipinos and also killed the officerin of burning flesh almost overpowered t

I : ; '1\. $6..f( OO; Judje and Life. She also spent will occur but it is understood that to Admiral Dewey apologizing fof command. who was a aotorious I| her. On the floor lay the 15 months. '

J"- .ri.iOil.: ilecreaxe $2.inert'asu: .. pome time as a newspaper correspondent the brigands! have made a conditionthat I the conduct of the German squadronin } renegade named Winfrey a deserter I old girl, writhing in pain and burned j

$1'' '.! 5ri.4'),'. they shall have a period of a weekor I' Manila bay during the war with from the Jo"orty.third regiment whom almost beyond! recognition. Standing .

'-. .'> jcoT.avi.fio'o.: Ilt"rI'5.'n't' ten days in which to make sure 'I Siliin.; the American forces had for months Lear by was her little brother watch .
Accident at Emory College. "It is all said the
untrue. : p'rlnce.
endeavoring to
ing the
required their safe retreat before the prisoneris capture. A.man flames which had begun to
Hmory College, Oxford, Ga.. Feb. 15. have written .
never Admiral Vew.I
.1" IM4S.27J: : stir delivered: up. 1"1 Long, who deserted! with Win eat into the pine floor! of the room.
-In a practice game of basketballhere ey in my lite." frey, is still with the
increase $4.S35.375. I Filipinos. The boy, who is precocious and talk- ,
-- James K. Stratford son of J. U. The last seen of the prince from the
Recommends Chamberlain's Cough ative. sail at the inquest that he haJ
s In For Racing. Stratford. of Augusta, had his collar He shore here was when he stood on the Clerk's Wile
Sug eBtion. lighted the baby's cloth.- lie|
j' !! exhlb-
". --\ 'iIliantValdort ,, bone broken. He is now resting qU it-1 Remedy. bridge; of the Kron Prlnz Wjlhelm in
"I have lately been i ited no Krkf
troubled upon fcbown
'jly.I ( Mr. Stratford member of "I have used Chamherlain'i Cough: tin
nary to going in for :: is a ; an admirals uniform and lifted) his charred
> sistnred his! colors I freshman class and since his entrance Remedy for a number of year* and i I cap in response; to the cheers of the assemlded with dvpep-ia! "' belehin? and boiiy.
'. have heitaucy: in ayin? that it 'I our ftoinacb, writes M. :S. Mead
dub rulo They into college last fall: has taken a proni- no crowds. ltaJipharmaciiit
for coush*, colds .1 of Attkboro' .
ii the best remedy To
;iU: ymk sash alcap;\ meat stand in athhtiis. CoinmatilerVilliam, H. Df'phII"I"1" Mas-)., "1 could eat ArroMMoiiATE those who are '
I I1nitd j hardly
,ind croup I have ever u=ed in my I !, anvthintri partial to the U-!! of atomizers; in
-- I the United Statesnasal wlthoutu1ferjn an.
States '
I naxy. i several
family. I have: not word to ex ; hour Mvclerk plying liquids into the nasal I
1"11ar.h Troubles. When you !d ready tot; pre** mr confidence in this Remedy. attache at Berlin bid the prin<-\!j,' ;;u?[ *-tfjd I try Kodol! Dyne p. -ages for > ittnrrhtil >,.',I/IIIlIi. the pse.- :
t .ia Cure proprietors
I tT.r MRS. J. A. )IOOREorth Htar. trocdby! tor the United States embassy.1i which J did with moat hap. Cream
'I luut lUlm.
I :r at m-iuy ]) i tour spring garden, ]iI re-ulu. prepare Price,
!"-tI)01I'h trouble Mich. For sale bull dru;:: 'ists: and !i Snator Tichirschky, Prussian minister py have had no more including; the spraying tube h ';:;Ctl'. i i i
utensils *I trouble and when i I i
'n." ,.ay< llrS.. I buy your garden mediciue dealers. I to the Hanseatic cities, bid farewell "- ill one can KO to eat- Druggists: or by miii. The liquid '

k.-rton, Iowa, "hut from the Willis Jfardiuare ,I ----- II \ to the I prince for Emperor Wil- nuts?.'mince after uch lie che.e candy arid embodies the medicinal properties I i !

.. il re.ult.. frou any Co. I Buy and Try a Box Tonight i helm who also sent his brother a telegram ion must be a time, their d"i> of the solid preparation. Cream I I r ;
__ !. pretty good. I endorse Halm i is I I
in ria ill'* Stomach & quickly absorbed
While think of it, go buy and previous to the departure of the Kodol Dyspepsia Cure by the I t I
i you I II
F..ta lf alli !I i heartily. membrane and does
by F. E. nrawner: lia. bnuffht the entire Cathartic steamer.A You don't have to not dry up tbe I .f t
Candy -
box of Cascarets dlfit- Eat ,
medicine dealer : try a secretions but changes
i them
line of boys' and !pirU' shoes of I II the good food to a I' 1.
the Levy-1'ou Co.'s. stock at a srreat i i. ideal laxative, tonight. You'll'never I I Certain Cure for Chilblains. overload the you want but don't natural and healthy character. Ely i .
.." are apt to result in b.irpraiu"and! will sell them at less ''' regret it. Genuine tablets Cure stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Brothers, 56 Warren Ht., N. Y. I I i I
bske Into your shOt'sleb" Foot-Ease: digests your food. Hargis' .1
tf nejlecteil. sold in i
Tbeycau thau factory_CI :!. stamped C. C. C. Never I tblte .
Chilblains. ro%
,, powder. It cures Pharmacy John '
Sheppard f :
; :i up by u-itiij Kolev'sT pf1lJ.n"IAl&tn Stop, the Tickling, bulk. All druggists, IOC.I Damp, Sweating. Swollen ,feet. At all Sidney Kahn. i The best cooking stoves j I t \ \\ t j
I ; r. \V. A. D'Alem- I lirugglsts and Bho! tttoreeac.; j
nd guicky: &. d umatn la IL*'UruaU -- -- --- with all 4
> PaUfox. I I necessary utensils \ |
Do you want a magnificent watch Beau.... ll e Kr.d Y3u Hate *,,,1f4)I. Buy a heater from the Coal scuttles, grates, shovels can be bought from the Wil- i j t
w.u launder your spreads for for little money? If so, call on Willis Hardware Co. and tiling etc. at the Wil lis Hardware J.
:4 each and make them look Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate &pat.,. '111fl. j at remarkaUy .
..* .JW. Star Laundry. you. ct keep warm lis Hardware Co's. low prices. j.J' j

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''If 1 ''i i ; ;The Story of a Pioneer. TRAIN DEMOLISHEDBY NasalOATARRH AUSTRIAN RIOTS. I 'xts1ai1'- -

,M Military Patrols Streets of Trieste tcI

: 1\\v Ir'1 1"11." men are more widely known I Preserve Order.! j :
Topeka Ka;., than Thos. It. KosHe FALLING BOWLDER In all iu UH there L Trieste. Austria.: Feb. 15.-Crowds

I is the pioneer real estate dealer! sbould be cleanliness. throng the streets this morning. but (

I :\ there, having located in the town in I Elj's Cream Balm military!! pptrols keep the strikers and

II" ; 1873. He was a sullerer from dj-- Fatal Accident on Choctaw. rlesc. i,soothe*and hcilt ; ) the imllic moving. Squares and public
t until heard of Kodol fihtde
J pepsi he By- the Q mcnJraLe. buildings are occupied by soldiers
pepsla Cure. Oklahoma and Gulf.
sy a cu.J
J _ quick y. forces are p-ady for action. BusinessIs
1 I SEVEN KILLED; 14 INJUREL. ( ream Rilin is p.accd Into the B0=tnls,sprat suspendc-d. A imml.f-r of those p/jjifants: and Chiidren.Imrnilcss .

I.It\. 'i I over the Diemhrace and :> tt'SorbeiL Reiefi id Im i wounded when troops on the plaza i Catop ()i
is lr P.ure.
nedalear.dacirefoIo$%* Jt not drymj;-< ?s
.. : grande fired into a mob yesterday have | foviDrops and ootliiii:; .Sjnips. It jH lMe.i i
Huge Rock, Distorted By Rains RolLDowt : tot produce(Etez.n Large SizeHo cent at Dru, ,, It
1 died. i I contains ncitlior Opium, .Morphine iu
: jltH or by mail; Ti ill Szs,10 cents by mail. r other N:ir I'tl('
I\ Mountain Side and Wrecks d I Mibstaucr. It; de"tro.islSrilI5. ami all.us
: If\yH. ELY BROTHERS.5u Warren frrset.Xe*York. Iri.Ii,11. "
boost cf Work Train-List of Dea-; Mother ard Child Fat:riy Burned. I It tnn-s nLirrhira a-ul AViiul Ci.rult Hi'i I. T ,]I.'
in TnUili'n-s and cur Coutitatiiiii.. It .
:! regtsI.tf. ,
f Washington. Feb. 13.: .I rs. Henry t II"
and I Injured. A JUDGE'S OPINION OF WOMEN Pas ue and her three-jearol.i son were I i. The SJttiirioh ClnMrt'n'I'aiiactaThe and l>...uN, i\iiir li.MotlurN'alth\ :sisil| luniral si..
I rriu<|.
Little Kock. F"b. 13.: -PCX en mri fatally burned last evening by the I II II

l ; j- were killed and at least 14 were srionslj -- Which is the truthful set, or, to I child pulling an oil lamp off the table. : The Kind You Have Always
modify. which i. the I les truthful I Bough
II injured by a huge bowldervfiLhing : An explosion followed end the blaz- ;
I h'I' > : j \ 15: tens < rasiiii g into the m? Mairistrfite Mutt san: inc oil was scattered ovrr t!].. to. i Bears the Signature of

1( V pa boost- of a work train ou the Cbor-. "There's thn dilttTc-ntc between henry Dazne. the husband. was also 1

; 1 taw Oklahoma and Cuf! rai'.ioad 2" a man and a WOllla:1"hen a woman badly burned while tryi-c;. to rescue

.r I milts W--SI of Little Hoik. thinks a thing! i is so, Mio! i* ready 1 i his wife and ('hillI \.

i The dead ; to swear to it. Hat it's difTervnt I

11 : Samuel Sicion. white. Uonoville with a man. He doesn't swear to 'i .."Bim the Button Man, Bankrupt

ArK. .am thing unless: ho knows." i I Xew York, Feb. 15.-Tholl aIds o!
U. J. Jonvs. white. Dcnf''iI'rk.\! :, politicians who have attended national
Wait till yoa h hear the howl thatrJe In Use For Over 30 Years.
:; Oiauge Foster mgro 30* B)'rei l lEtrett. I j and state conventions will be surprised ... ... .
; ,; lip from the all potential She CNuR eOM ''''' n Mu..n Sff? W'0"
Little liu>-k. i i, to lEarn that Meyer H. Himburp. more _
uht-n the full forr-e of the mapistrattV '
JohnVuhliatns.. negro.4'"t1; East widely known ES "I5im the Hutton -
: THOS. I.. BUU. 'I remarks Mrike in. She willing I I '
WutihiBKtun avenue north Little Ko('kHtnry j Man." has filed a petition In bankrupt-

"\. "For several years," he writes' MoGee I at gro, 421Vtbt! to swear to a think She not I cy. The amount involved is a small I WOOD AND COAL.
of her fact5he! untrustworthy -
1. "'my WITH :and I !ulfered with that Eighth street. Little Kotk.Two sure an > one.

; } terrible! milady: known as dyspepsia nn.no\\n.! witness Wow I !
or iodi {e-tion. I The injured! : Magistrate i Molt has in the past I Wealthy Woman Suicides. : TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRA.

"Wfi commenced to u=e Kodol IU-11! Penninger. \\ hit,>. foreman of said and done things which have I New York. Feb. 15.-Mrs. Harriet THIS: WINTER THAN EVER ISEKORE.

"' Pyspep-i Cure on the rec'llIlllleuda-1 game: If? broken: and hurt intcrllally.Injurlt's ] eaued the nun annnjj u,; to name i Zabriskie I. fferts a member of on'

'i .l t Lon of in our a short druu'ifist.time i all After tho-e.one terrible doeand i iI seiious. William I.olian. him atnithtma, but rntil this utterance i of the wealthiest\ families in Flatbush. i SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW t

paius and dy .pep1ii torments paed: I II white. Hooneville. hurt Intel isahly. injuries lie hudn't succeeded: in drawing | L. I., has (ommitted suicide by hcxt I
al-. wife's I..riotlsntlrt'w: M<<5ee. negro, ing herself wL.l!. temporarily insane. I
away. My appetite ) my down upon Ins aged head the Thompson Olson & Co.
\ : rime b:ick and our food could be enjoyed : 1221! Last j- hhthtnft.. Little Uo<-k. I ,
wrath of the mimne. nut a storm
a* when we were :'1. I am injured int{ $ .' turningT. Davis. \\hite.lahllma.. !both legs approaehi'tli. One needs not to look Rheumatism wa so bad that: fUllre.rM Street, Telephone L; ;-.

] "I have not suffered one day with ,I broken.: John Connor \\ hit.... Ko lily tollach since J commenced t.. ,. 1'Cilllis. weather furnished: by I'.rothtr hardly walk from pain in hi- sllfJul.j -
I .. hurt on hnad.; l Kd reports '
i use Kodol Iypep-ii Cure and I' der and joints of 1m Iq ". 1'. P. P. I I '
I I recommend it to all of my fellowcitizens. foreman extra ans. I badly bruised.Frank : Moore to be nl'Iri:3J of a disturbance ( Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Pota. 'J'! he N.fv t

." Powell, ncgio. Twenty-fourth en route. slum) was resorted to, and Irvin is1: Laundry
and fleorge streets. Little HIII'k. butt :It: comes ri''ht. down to this : Is well and happy. Jt ) ,

: .I about face hands anil legs; MOM Car woman intentionally or unintentionally I II

1 f MERE_ MEN. rett. nesro.! 12'i4 Eat Eighth street, a liar ? I He who is feeling miserable, snf.feriug :
-- shoulder difrluiatt'd.:) : Kmmett Hornet with Dyspep and Indigcs- Biggest Busiest Best I
i i\\ Sir RMvrra P-u-r.! havinc jut attained negro. Dumas Ark., arm burt; John Let's hear from the sex.-Xew tion and often tunes with (clizzine, : ,

f'' the ape lie sixty.two, lift fhejears iiollms negro. Sixth: and FletcherEtieeta. York Tl.'ll g-r3I11. would do well to take 1'. I'. 1'. at ---
to ,.(r\e as a general. otlitvr on once. P. P.P. (Prickly A-h, Poke
I Little Hock arm and leg hurt;
the nctl\e list of tie I'.ritish army. He Took the Beer. Hoot and l'otus-lum) will cure you I
Jim ('arroll. Fourteenth Don't Kickif
negro. anJ and arrest the disease in its
I lerewnU keeps\ aalet.. whose Not long Professor X. R. incip-
I Commerce streets Little' Roth, arm ago iency.
b i f'rinrlpal (HTUi>.itiin, I Is: to rub the creat
I II broken and head butt. Leonard, who was called recently to things don't run to euit y"u t
I .1 l'I Iani -t's finders; at t-tated times, toInrnil W. II. Uellew. \\hltl'. Booneville, the presidency of the mining collegeat Terrible blood poison body covered may'create a di-turb &ne.- .i 1. '
(Il" the palms! of his hands and to with sores and two bottles of P.
j Ark.. injured about faoe and legs; I). Butte, ilon., feeling indisposed i I times. If your whirls look! like a :". '
his Lmuklcs.( P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot and
J pack C. Hardin. negro north Little Rock, consulted! his physician, a German, : Potassium) cured: the disease, making meg grater and us! if there w

Alexander, McDowell clerk of tbe ,, head and hand hurt: Otto Raylor. very scientific and acknowledged: as the patient lively as a tenyearold. ,, --- cream iu thefUrdi if your r 1>ii. '
; fcouse of represeutatUes at \Vashiii-( I i jjhitw, 'Missouri badly injured about! -
.ton although at present a capitalist i I body. !! one of the leading men in his profession Itave a fringe on tht'm.lr a bu"

eras at one time a Ioorwpo"lItor ou in: Montana. The doctor r hole big enough to run your tti.<>
i The work train was headed west.
1 Lap11 l City (I'a.) weekly. : advised )Ir. Leonard to work less Suited Them Best. through main I is the word' Ju :
the engine pushing six cars and a ca
.-James N. Lana of MJddletown. N" boobIt wan in charge of Conductor at the desk, eiereii more outdoorsand ; i Mr. Wilson Barrett often tells the bring/ them to this laundry and y .

S preacher doctor and author. Is r"j J. R. Gamble, Engineer >azor and take beer as a tonic, something : following story of his appearance as face will lIght with joy when y

ty-nine rears of ace and lias been mar i Fireman. H. !':\'auAI they *fir* the professor bad never cared for. \ Hamlet at the Princess' theater, have attained your desire at lat

fled thirteen times. Ills! first marriage I passing along the track under the high! : The doctor met his patient a few London. The day after the first !, ,.<, look like a Keutletnau.!

irred at Mllford. Pa., In 1s80.I bluffs bordering the river 2 miles west days later as he was leaving the col. performance he overheard some old

I : '.Lin connection with the appointment of Little Maumelle. the rrew saw a lege an.] stopped to inquire how he stage carpenters discussing the various

Jpf Mr Pajntto I..? poi-tmaMer K''i>eral1t heavy rock rolling with awful velocity was feeling. performers of Hamlet they had ALL WORK C. O. D.

I 4 ...U recaliwl: that: with the exceptionf : dowr the steel letlmty.: having 1wf'1Id.tal'h "About the Fame," replied theprofessor. I seen in their day."Well ; TELEPHONE 114. 11 E. GARDEN 814FGOOD8
l i!. : Sir. Wanntnaker. no one im-e the .'11 from the hillside
a by the "
t : :: said of them !
I one "you
rains. The tram
l was going: slowly t 1 Hill) you take beer as I directed ?" may talk of Irving and Booth and :
O1tIOfl. I but was almost the rock when it '
upon inquired"the physician."Yes | now lUrrett, but give me Fechter/a : WALKER INGRAHAM. Managerpgf ,
fotrn.lI'nlma.:; the first j strut k the track. EIHilll'era1.Or: reversed :
f r _!ldentlHt I of Oulm Is the descend-! the engine at Oll{('. but it was ," responded the professor; :j Hamlet. lie was done twenty minutes -

I I 'ant of a distitmuisheil: Cavtilinu family so close upon the obstacle that the? "I took it a few time, but it became ,, sooner than any of '('ID." i'

41 I and has: been culled the Franklin j jcf i train struck It with almobt full force. ?o nauseous that I had to discontinue tf. B. WRIGHT>> GODPAflY( ,

1? Cuba." Palma at one time coadiu. : The caboose was at the head of the it." Man's Body In a Shark. I O>

I (cd, a school for '1o..>.". at Central Valley I train and was shivered into splinters. How much did you take?" I I The other day a Carnarvon man I 't. \ MANUFACTURERS AM> KALKRS: IN ,

.Orange; county. .\. V.w ,: Most of the men who were killed and "\\ hi-, 1 bought; a whole bottle i 1 who is engaged on the Liverpool I __ Ii $ ;

,. 'I. 'I Mm> ; > Judjre i.ijt i.j Injured: w Art; caboose.Thert. and took a spoonful before each l '. \ LUMBER LATHS
twelve yenrs enmIty jiuUe;: of < >utnsi: was a mw 01 5t nien. white meal," answered the professor. | his relatives, referred to the capture ,. ,

., nile county. Wis.. will '"Kiii retire. UN l lofliti i and negioe.s.; and they weie going I of a big shark at Last London, I :".,:'

:i rei-ord iii I one parlil'ullr protialily to a point further up the road to clear An Unsolved Problem. South ..Afrca.Vhmen: ripped open, JlJJ SHED CYPRESS SHIWtEHIiB-Dm! Si1;,

I is without :a jmrallel.: I tnrill:'; !his a slight wreck. Th.-re were just bak of '! the monster which measured eighteen -
Mr*. Emmons Blame Chicago, PENVACOLA: FLA.
; c'ntln't'rlll no ipieal t | from his dii-bum I Of the! caboose three 'ars of sand and found have -Th- -=--
who-p sr'hiino of employing servants I feet long, was to
to a higher: court has conic back re many of the mn were buried underneath } !
and for certain quite reojntly swallowed, a soldier
by relays only
I"1.lR1I11. th> pre.
"t'r h ip of sand which was! ESTABLISHED 1863.
such bodily. Tlie"man's! body and uni- I
uribfl! hours attracted attention -
thet- thrown forward .
1..I( kolT. Chlraeo's newly by the terrificimpact( -
ed represiMitative of the .loiii.tlc* I Six men are known to ha\e been !..UJ.I a few months 0, has had. to ;( form were intact save for a small

ruovenient. Is n nfitMgo: lawyer wli'in I led, outright. Three were left on the give it up. Keport has it that after I portion of one shoulder: which had McKENZIE OERTING & CO. .

,\1'811 In \Vilua Ku>>..la. thlrtyjears scene and three were brought!; to Little faithfully te-ting; the plan' Mrs. been cut oil.-London (:ilobc.nlrrproo I

eight ano. 11.' was one of the Rock on the train that wn s dispute, -hed Ulaiiif retired to the country this I : "I -DiALiaa in- 0

i-ditops (If tho tirt tl-iiiy IMIJWT' ) in eUsic to tli- :;(,t'III' a> soon as the n.-ws i-oul.i 'siiminer. a perfect r'ck-utterly I \\' ( MinelilnrklnK.To 1 General
Ship Gbandlefy"and Hardware
I I 11'1'1'l'uhli"h.' l in St. Petersburg be .sput to th- ('it} Fifteen mj'iied! worn out through her efforts to make a pood svawrsi'HflIlacklng\ .i

: In i- '.:'iHun were broutht to Little Ituc-U.. n-fir.. ... for "hoes or either leather articles mix ] J
solve the servant quest ion in a way 008 .-\oIn: 60H.. PAL\I-XX MTIIKKT.
I 1lhallHt'J1: lIi1dw"I'k, secretary marOne of the most desperttely\ injured lulled b\ theorists as the only ifiic p-itt of burn with eiilitm part j juf
of the Interior, had a -rocery and died on the way to the hot-pital'' E3h'a-1 imhcd l-eisv.-ai and !siir to a stiff --- AGDNOYR -- -
tion both fur maid and mi tTr
l>ro\i>!oti More in ::t. JoM-jih Mo.. from the depot. jel'j' Tlif-n mix the parts of asphalt VEIH! COPPRU COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLIXO'S KO.NH COSALV
m-tien n .(tun. man and s oll provisions | It is belie\ed there are others killed "Somewhat:: reetlperated, says the vanish with! ..hty- iI \parts of oil ofmrp'ntine. \NIZRD WIUR: ROPB A. nUHHEIH\ 1'10S'R 1'4l't

t mostly to pio'ni-1-s iia-MUg throiuli; or buried under the sand al the sstne Xew York :Sun ''Mr?. Blaine willI into which stir>i\ parts, (.t : C18 l1ert li tr.t'1.; eiis. 4totil! $listrictnts, Ctirts. litkin, Ililu

that city fir (he rlr.wt''t He went of the wreck as there are s.., ral miss venture back to Chicago this win- nulled 1 spoi-maevtl.( After thorough; Mirrinc i

I (0 China after selling! out and returnedto ins alas jt unaccounted for. .\ ter, but her house, the scene of the I c-oml.ne: this with the tip-l mixture :-, CCHtP't'4. 1(11., t'It.

St Louis a wealthy mass.Ius. crew >workmen are leauni; the late dnmtMic experiment- will remain : nf Imrax and bee-swax, and the re- C McKe'zi ilt Oertin:.{ Coll. ctiaj .Vsjent for Bi: Pilou' B/'tisvolf.nt.....

) I wreck and looking for the bodied.ITcr c-loM'd. Hie has taken an I' <..mITl.... .. .ill!.. !--u-> .n. n..<->-.irlv-.. rnlnrlesaater... ... - -- ciation\

.... nr5sra.Ttst'rt apartment. Her meals will be takenat I' proof: pjistp. excellent for use on nat.I .
fitrf'f'r. 'I uial kaiher.COSSTIPATIOX.. CURE YOURSELF !
an7';; 's di-.tin\'t pec-ios of a restaurant and whatever service I
?ue-You know Clara was ambitious ifi.noo tn. cnizEs r ltSaE f..f MI l.t.Ittdsb.z..ane.zu..u
in 1'iot.'III'I'; :; \ \ liorticu'ti'rnl she requires will lie performedly .td.n.1
rose to IIauC a earevr.Mstuu11t.1s.I. Awarded at Part: *,rlI.ft.4.. .,, .11.. a'm@I '
ofjueens wta 4I
11i1ititlwllh a sample of every ono the attendants of the
nutriuiony interferes apartment to uncurl. If m < a 5.4L 'i
.. of the II..rall..mllill I In its f Pr u 4'MUck I'ftioli. .! >l r it Ml(.
tht' ( \\itli si 1'i.rsHrV lIou,,, It L-' ins to look a* if the Ttio.sCaswei, Co.

I' midst of pramlcur h.l>4lot thus far : She-Yi>; but she mad'' tip her taind only way to pet rid of the ser.intquestion I. k"l ICNATIO: | Buld b ibruii.ti.:

.ntraneI the world.T that she tI'I'"n't want any career that was to get rid of the KT\- \Vhenyonrfood dots not dijftproperly ; AtVTIIaWINE D.B. or.aIti ,,l. wri ,
--- matrimony interferes Ith.-l'uck. the boa d.* b come clojtgtd 4 uh1L4rz1

This Will Interest Man. ___n. __. __ .._ ants. --- 'and: the liver inactive.: TheOIOIH( 1 Miiclat ..IsI '4$ I' ,
and! impnritie* that -hould! be carried (
t itiu'kly introduce I U.Kihi I II. 15. The High Mountains.
I otl are tbtis allow d to accunnihte. CORDIAL C"IC"STU tNt.L1i14;
4 hI,tUJlII' nId >. the i.IIII'II. i Ilcrlin, I'rnrttcc.It The rea-on Mgnor: Most-o tells ti CaU-ill X\t.o.\, SI( 'K hEAl i Hiehest; recommendations for can of Poorns rEt1YRQYftL; PIUS
I 1' the r.er'.in when
practice in of ri/M! J, Stomach troubles Ocncnl Lc
I utl> lilo.id cure into new ISIslt.ESTI''X, I'VSr I't:1' > lad -
>i> ern why -o few line attempted the ascent At 11F. aIAM
.. nljM".r pen-on ii.ri: and leaves no t ,r, lnreze the 'eti'c. 'trenhrTii f .', \ "HI ,.. .
homer, w&Ut nil, al"olutrlrrrf'. The |H't medicine i..I
w liti.iorsxfHS.' .
of the lushest the \ > ihcncrvci ind tu ids the entire tsicm .. .
heir to hose the bed diMiifeeted and peaks on up .' i: r 11 It ill. I I I. t.'" I
UUMi trnl tre uni' IIt. P.otanic ,. and .
to (Tin ('O &TtI'ATluS prevent lt5 Co '
IM.io.l HIIIB.. II H. t quickly cure1 Manipvd by the otUt'sitaInIs 1 < of the fa.-e of the 'imh i i-* the conviction the=e di-ea-es in llctetter'sMointch 93 roi IIDUIPARIS i ;;-,1.,I ..... :.f. ......!.... ..i.I.I.;'h" '.'._. .tL.t. i ,

old ulcer-, .;u"rlili. ecztnii: itching town round In this way a lar; .* thi't\ mm cMimt: : wi'li.tand the rarefied Hitter Try a bottle and F'. .'Du".ra .1 f ... (. -V;.t I., ... ." ,.... .. .
-klu and hlood liiiinor- cincer. ('.at- number of beds, are collected and are : air .>;' thf-e altitudes ''llcro- be convinced.HOSTETTER'S. .'to fI .t ," ."...- I.
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J" : :: .
just, f..t..rulltlft.s.. Itoil-i,carbuncle then loaiK-d to the wry pour. im !sirink! : > from ;Kh prolonged I ,,,.,,..,..4 kTVv ., .
piUi'lt'Ot ,'11. U-J\'r eruptions p.itn- .
ill Ixiner ji'int-. rh'tiinati-m, {'..atanh. qlfl'TlH as tlio.-e! due! to lack ot ()

.T any blood or kill tr.nible.llotanic Kidney complaint kills more people health." I His own experiment: andoberation There's Iota of money to be made
I ll. "d Hihn < H. i B. B.) heal- however in real tale-Itto; of it. A real estate -
give u? assurance
than nv other disease. This i*
rveryore ar pimple tnake: the dos ti) the di-ea h.-in;? -.) in-idiou. that man will be able si;.)\\,- Stomach Bitters sign i U usually a finder-board to ,
I I ilIaeht wealth. Thos. C. Watson & '
and rich and
bloed pure ctops thit hold tiny 1'ijts: .!ies ir!
Il't"a good on they-- ly to accu-tom himself to the iliniin- &
Hotanic Blond Co. the leading Heal Estate; firm '
i :and ;>:\111" teni before it i i.. recognized.; F'oley'Kilney 1 to FUkim of ( "{.ii">a/, j
i hed barometric of thelIimala have !some otTers which it would 1
.: Halm 11'. !B. li.i i thorllllh1tl'.tl'll Cure will prevent the de pressure' 1 C! 1Jf'Le and Injn.tlonWTft( \
for Iiears n no-pit:il and privatejiractiiv "If birds he be worth your while toconsider. Oo
velopment fual di-ease if takenin '> a". says, 'fly : They cure la 48 hours tie VLj j
and eethem and don't
a.id has Curt d : to-day, wait
: time. \V. A. <. to the of :29.000 feet
; D'Alemberte. 121! height nan SAFIIC .1.V'iVMI Wit1O1 j jI l'
Sold atI to-mMrow. 'i7
: *4euivi'n up :as bopeleps.
Pal ufox. '
drug store, Jl i per large bottle. For ought; to be able to reach: the same 't-'Df IHt UI P MYII I nRLGCIS1GOLAY

I; free trt"it t JIlt nt write to Blond Balm altitude at a slow rate of progress." I ..
) I f.Io'ate'rOOf! Itonrl W. C. MONROE
I Co.; .Atlanta (5a. Medicine sent at (u'ufll. ,
'1 1 Candy ('atha"curf\ ron'tipatton forever fO= =<);
trouble and
.; tlDCt'.I'1 ('.uilt. Describe tOc.Sc. It C.C O.Jill clrutzisis: rt-tuucl mODe ("I.arICablf'. I

t" t fret medical advive ;:i"t'1B.t:1uic: A rti..t-I'd like to devote my last picture .1 TTOJIXK Y'-. I T- LA W J
.J Wood Itaim I H. H. B.\ (jive life, Grist and Corn !Meal Mills,
j \: ,I vigor :lull streiiL'th to the blood. The Shutout the ll'ilzter win rf.9. to a charitable l'url'lI' i i

thirst iJKuul I purinar made. r.otaniclUoud Get your window glass and ('ritic-Wb not give it to an Institution U FISHK1I ItL'ILIING. I V. F. GOfJZflLEZ & CO., Props,
B tim t i. H. B.} Rives a fur the'blindXew:: York HrriM.
to the skin and unity from the Willis Hardware MiaattclcrertCHOICKMKAIjANDITIlKGIlOIMn
I healthy f.lood supply -- -- \
"I entire system.The Co.Thos. Favorite NearlyEverywhere. Rcnorti ill Corns Baniocj ind Warts, f Pitt Mill Co.Brick. :
I ; : __ thout pain,iftedUy and permiacntly f.\ STOCK KKKII.: :
dulne** de. 1'a
j \ !)is own i.onie C. Watson & Co. Constipation means R iu trt1 ,sil AIDOS MV. r Patronize Horn :' 1UIwh.! own pre-ion. headache> generally disrdf I LaL4ll LU &LWT. BEST and I .
) I i 1\ injures him-..1f :against lots of the l"adinsr: Heal: K-t.tte Aient: take ,. red health. ne\Vitt' Little every tock ro K..s4&on from you the>hou fomr>d bU,1our Mn.i.M'< l ai<

I', .1 1 troubia and worry. Nobody can all the orry oil the shoulderor the E trh' R'sfr* stimulate the liver, BIGGESTHARD I for by o doing you .loarai* boii .
i\\ raise his rent and the rent day has owner of t1roPHt,. ni'imje t.erenting ; "Pl'n'the bowfU and relieve thi. 1 try. Your money U l irfI IB the 'UfLt:.

t i Iii: uo terrorKT him. It's eny to own i.f their Lou4."> and th. cc>l- !''nditinn Saf" and thoroniTtiey !, 1 and In foil'no you in torn th. art b.,mo indirwily nmnufoc 1-1coatrlbuti'lothci

a home now-a-days?. ThOS. C lectio": of their rent w couciectiiuly never jripe. Favorite pillIIir -. I: u.iiof Ubo' 'i .
ft:ii : t Wtltsoa! & ci,. can tell you bowS a? they would enijielves.! N' Phirmai-y.. 'hn! hf-nJr.J. Lowest Price. I i lit to'. commanHy eoatnbciv.lOTourT4 li wblch 1\11"yoa" : < irI
; : e-v. it It'. Call :nd ;ee them. Tbtirch.lre< are very reasonable. Sidney Kahn. I
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DrBulls DUEKES Tle Best I

He Preferred a Bottle of "Whutkey" Sick mother-sick child 1 '
to "Shampeen.
COUGH SYRUP When Sir Evelyn Wood had his That's the way it works whena trt the mat ftttl ol all cs..

Hacking Coughs, [Original! ] UI I
famous irregulars out once after the isey *
Gnpia'.Pneud her infant. I&ICL ]
s rc LUIII! { mother is nursing Allen lelehart. after being graduatedat
Bronchitis inv a hostile natives in Cape Colony, he

.. a Why th'n risk I found himself in :a curious fix, is ideal one of the first medical schools in
ULyL says Scott's Emulsion an I
FQLEY'S 1= And the Best Liquortof
:nijitIofl, a I
1)r.Bu li's Fide of a ravine with his small force. medicine for nursing mothers.It I a Mndy for he was rich and after all kinds served by
Price 25e.1M3 I I
Srup. Polite and Courteous
IIUIC(1 .Upon.t The enemy occupied the other side has a direct: effect on the !r absorbing what was known about refunded. CocUlni'
," ..ul..titlllc at home decided to go to Berlin or money Attendants.
; 4g in thousands well in bush
'1" I'r. I4itUi.sI keeping milk. Sometimes the mother I Ii i and learn what was known in the I II remedies recognized by eminent
"hun 11,1 LurctllhrulD4ltnm. cover. To. go straight across at FULL MEASURE AID
,,11ft"i .10.. 15.35 tU. them might mean another Isandula, is i weak; her thin milk does not I I laud of Koch \ irt.hoant! other renowned .-I, physicians u the test (or .
and Sir Evelyn: was too cute to be make the ScottVEmulsion I original hunters for the tiny Kidney and Bladder troubles.W. .
baby grow. of man and bea-t. In the ni'dstof
-- caught in a trap of that sort. enemy of IMK:! I a. ... ..... BROS.
=, DAVIS AT JACKSON. changes all that. his investigations: the panic
I, Sir Evelyn pondered the position came on and iwcpt away en'r'I'S' W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE. AGENTS FOR TUE CKLEBKATKDI
for a time and then called for one The; rich cod-liver in Scott's
EV'ded Widow of TTTi Lad I tie of his fortune. I f Harp Whiskey.I .
e.i' n'ederate Chi.ftalr !! of the best bushmen among; the irrerrixIar. Emulsion feeds the mother and I>r. 1 lf>hart was as cool headed' a PARKER'S ,

K-b i ;.-Mrs. Jefi !I : ;. The Scotchman who related I man as I''rnwrlca produced. On Cltttaei HAIR tnj. kMatifut BALSAM th. ht.Pronutti ain House-401 r;. Palafox street.

.. i home at 1 o'clock 'I the incident was selected, and I gives a flow of rich, nourishing: learning of his misfortune he filled a I Fmili t loiumnl to Brator growth.Never QnjHwr R. R. Exchange-Opp.Pen Union acola Depot.P. Fla. .
Box 281.
O. ,
: t' h ,ur Utft. Sh. was : the general asked him if he could milk for the baby. pipe, placed his heels on the table and Cum.-to.p it.d....Youthful.ft t haIr Color.taiW>&- Phones 116-2C8.
>'>y a Rival throng contrive to draw the enemy from calmly considered what to do. lie had lO<'.a04$1 I'IIJIII tTuIgikI

t.i women old gray- cover. The end was that the hardy The medicine in ScottV ,[ not even the means to go home; l>ei -
'. iiominatmg. Th !i sides he had not finished his studies
irregular rode away round out of I
,.1'iJ by th. two sight under a kloof and came on Emulsion not only strengthensthe : iu the (;l'l"\Ilun field lit 1.aeilll.Vlist H 4IIVIIAVERY

'. ...,(slattir. headed up i I could be done? The doctor thought all :
the ravine as if he were not aware mother but goes naturally was coming on !
.'.nimi at thti an tation to of the presence of cither party. Dismounting through the milk and strengthens took his ht-els from off the toll,"'. I I 'ftIGOaI 10 a..r, 4 "ooI/'oa" I

he started to make fire and IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
IM I Marurt her to tho I a knocked! the ashen from his pipe

.. '''II'', i as if about to camp. Soon the Zulus !, the child.Nothing muttered. to himself, "l'Il try it."

the venetalil,> old I came rushing down the slopes i Arrayit.g him; >elf In evening dress. Eardware:
I hJ.rm-all fov ,
iiiile-1 to (lie tit> I after him in great masses, :and the to 1 he sallied forth to a cafe patronized by ,

DUMB half a renrowd -! next moment shrapnel l shells: fromVood's I good- Cott's Emulsion. i j: the higher class; of H.-rliners and ofthe I I Iron Nat's, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cookl&i
be sprig:
i t where ttcre often to
awaiteil theA \ camp irerc playing' among I over the 1 ind Heating Stores, Paint. Oils and Window Glass,
I fasting glance
\! a
,of,' this anti mobt most 411slov4 them. A large number were killed, I WUWnd n.u a little",try,if you !ke. |!I dining nobility room as he entered he copied !! 1Ji1 iii1 Tinware and llousefurnishinx (Good

and the rest cleared} oil for good, : '( i IT 1' & Lu\VN: 4.,1'<.1'( ".pel. N'rw \'nIuIIflnjt .> I the 'ount Ileinegrund, an oili

'I siA I\'pians. arila much alarmed) the sharp lesson. I II j, cer of young the (:Ijirde du t'orps' sitting at a (luni Pistols and Fishing Tackle.I ,

wt-U'ome aIs ''I galloped hack under the "}ielL"'. I a long Sermon. :, table dining with several companions.I I Ii
\4um.tn, : Ilr. S.iiiiH"l: I'.uell of the last hnlf of Mills Revere OU&1
the AiiEN'l ior Birmingham Rolling Company,
said Scotchman in recalling the I i Iglfhart: ehose a table near to this I
if the 1 U-eislatr the i-ixhttvntu century who used tol'rt'aeh
incident, 'an' when I got in the i ; I young man and ordered his dinner. I Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery V neel Company, Laftln A Rand
'I \1\ nerally will two fir three hours! like Isaac
-rt'irtion tender- I general:: came up an' shook hands Harrows was ingenious in detaining/ 1 While l.e was waiting for it he amused I I Powder Company Johnson's Kaleomlne, Iron King and Buck's Store:
'a I watching the men at the ad- Wm. Co '" Raw Hide Laos Leather. Maiory'i RttlTM
i. th. ov,'rn"r. I \\i' me. lie gied me a bottle o his ronjireiration.; On one occasion after himself! I and Ranges, Coups

I T, tin1 purposes : 'hampcl.'n, too, an', fwhat was better preaching nearly two hours-as long/ j Joining table and listening t., their, d. Railroad Colon.

,, old home. ; lIe changed it when} I askit him ns he could feel 1 secure In the presencef | coin"creation. Indeed so pronounced Masonic Temple. msapola Fla.

.', Her prlee isrstamllnK : for a bottle of whuskey!" all his hearershe remarked that I I, was his ogling; : especially at the count i
scowled at him
and that the young; oltteer
that : he was done preaching to sinners "

,..II. -i.'d as a home A Modest Request. that they wrre nt 1It.f'rtto. rrt.t eo." The_ ___ with the remark "I will pig stick you! F.C. BRENT, WM. I! KNOWLKB: W. K. HYKR, JR., J. 14, KKEI5 .
nn expression common in fiermany: tod'iiote President. Vlce-Pre ldent. Ctibler. Alit l..111.i.
., of his! discourse would he adJresHfd :
I! rateotrans General Alger in his book, recently of one's interior.
a ripping' up
t itat. will make published, tells of a unique request to pood people. I This led to a cool retort from the doctor
I .\ t'ntl"lIItJ'bo once went to hear :
that came to the war department : him stated that when the hourglass! 1 1I who threw his card on the enemy's First National Bank
from a young lady in Boston I was! nearly rendy to be turned a table and left the room.
(C.TIES TO TALK IN AR: SI'c'l At midnight Prince Almenach, representing -
during! the Spanish-American war. I I end time from the commencement

He says: 'Her note paper, handwriting ibis j sermon he haid. much to the reliefof I Count Ile'negrund' : called\ at
.ctm Viy Bs Established and informed OF PENSACOLA. PLA.tIIOTcIt .
I' Iglehart's rooms was
,, ; and rhetoric vouched at least I the person who related it, "Oncemore. r. ,
Lnted States.ih home. Theprince
that the doctor was not at
for the culture of the writer. Her ." After going on some eight or i I
>4b 1 I1. -M I J nnd
at 0 o'clock
"To called again: | : : ..
ten minutes longer he !said coni -
\ "rk. who he is reqne-t wa simple and painlywortled. could
t \ says i i {'luI..." and after another about equal I was Informed that the doctor I WM. H. KNOWLEB. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT V. K. HYER. JB
'innate which coniera With much unfeigned earnestness 10. At 10 the call
not be seen In-fore
i interval he said "lastly.: D. O. BRENT
j 'i' ':" 'r..nt! of a wire she stated her case. The | The gentleman: added that he expected -,, x\as repeated and the l'rino'eas admitted

_', .,' MlKliOUt the had announced and .hown into an nnu-r' oin

',.}u\, I .- '," lit u .this rins?d ity in- pns that which the dispatches her volunteer brother was regiment a member of I lastintl every moment)." to hear him say "Jv.H : full I., see of the people doctor waiting.at I..n"e He and d'Mnandi-d attempted r rli n tn D m ; i Mm& I Ml! ml Soli.I!

.. .. .'. .!'tii I:: the was to leave for Cuba; on a fixed \ Crnmtma'i Cure Tor Dandroff."We to force his way through; a door to W v

'111 often scoff at the ancient ;grandmother I nn adjoining! apartment, but was Kept
(tit 1.'. nut the brother's birthdayoeurred Wo draw our own Bills of Eschaasre OIl Great Britain, Ireland
."- '1'.lrf'. remedies, siid a physician the : in check by n stout Irishman
"- ..? i I'-' anti- two days after the date I other day in rontrrsatiou with a patient. : the doctor's livery that morning Germany, France Austria: Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium, P.nssia, Norway
i.ned for his embarkation. A Hweden, Deuuark and other European countries.
I. -' ,i tint- is a-.- : I "but our forefathers Uved ti> get for the first tin1Tul.' prince seatedhimself .
-- -- -
I I i ii !ta ifir, birthday box of cake, jellies', pies, a pi>wer of comfort from them neerthclw. and waited, tiercel twirling _: Vessels Disbursed upon th., Most Favorable Terms and th.U

I 'j i I r.i UK and etc., sin said, had been forwarded .*. Htid cheaply too. Seienco hH hU mustache while patient after patient Obligation Taken Payable a* Port of Destination Tea or Fifiesc Days

I il in ,-t or to him and.1 would no't' bo received progressed; wonderfully\ of course, and was admitted to the d<..-tor'a office. after Vessel Arrives there.

if the regiment left on the date nnnounen ; XM nr- much better off on the holt' Meanwhile. glaring about the -- ---

"' I"" '" :at.. :. ,1.! She naively asked that now than were our sires l hut we forget; nnterooiu' the prince !saw the doc- DrSafoty Deposit Boxes for Rnnt in Connection"

\ 'I.. : Ii. I'l'l: the regiment: he detained; until the :, a great many of the little thin::::,'. :\...w.I tor's frame nvdieal I diplomas a nil letters with wSllob TTO hare PHvato Apnrtrnsnt for the U.*

I ., i" -. ,II. ", fu cwoetnii ; as was I dandruff. and I'Il waser::: that you haveipent ologists.Vhen; he had: cooled, he noticed
it AvmiM make diiTerenee to theonrnm"nt.
no dollars on different alleged that! thevitit patients: were
i or West many:
whereas it would be cures. and you are worse (.IT now than many of them known to butt.I ROYAL STANDARD \\VlIISKEY

: r > !1' .1:1: hi-ing '<>h. MK li a disappointment for my I when you commenced. Let me gh! t was li o'clock when the doctor I

brother! i prescription that hastily: can red the room with PrilicelruolIldl'S 1
>> 'illt.il I .J tin pur you a 'grandmother': -
hand and rushIng 8 YEARS OLD in Cases of 4 Full Quarts at S3 Per CmrpIUS
,.. .1' in-MMI'IS aillli 4 I never f:)!!?. Cio to a drug More' and ,\ curd in his ,

> \.1! ..1. ::'hii m all FoleyV 11011"an,1 Tar cure the buy :5 l.'I'lIls'orlh of salts: of tartar. up to Lis "serene transparency,"

,' '. ,., cnuirh! '* ui-ed by att irk of I t st tppe issol\e> half of it in warm water and burst forth: '
il r1
T I s : mliout th; and heal the lungs. W. A. D'Altin-| :I \ Illditil1cd i at tlie :;{'I-on Co.,
bertts, 1:1: 1 :S.: 1'alafox.Wanted : \ wash the head thoroughly.;: Hepeatthis \ "\11, prince' pardon: this unfortunate I JL Ky., Distillery, and U fully matured in wood
t .,iiv li'' i ,r,1"; rral1l'l"l'lJ at intervals of throe month* for a blunder! This stupid KOII (It Jriu before bottling, ft is absolutely TUTH and nut ex"

'.' t.. m .> :II !. ,",'p!'tiT) ho will I jear and you won't be, annoyed with should haM given lac jour card ntonce. celled i-i quality by any Whiskey of the same age,
"I il 1 r"I"| T More Talk. I dandruff any more." Instead of that he placed it on 110 matter where produced. The Royal Standard
Honker Washington tells this I a side table. I perceived! it only a moment is eijjht.years old when bottled, and, considering

story in his autobiography, 'Up From an English Source. ago when I went there to !get an its excellent\ quality, is the cheapest whl..keylD
the market at that price. As a beverage, and a*
Ituiher For Ilirorflllon. Into consulting
number of \ tells byway Instrument. Come my
!..'! utiliz..l in a variety From Slavery: "The An English newspaper an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better.
lug at once.
people who stand reatly to consume.one' of illustrating what it calla: room Hhipped in cages! containing no marks whatever to
f".I'M-oratuf just followed the doctor and,
:; time to no purpose is almost I "the native precocity of the American \ The prince indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining
'f the ui"St offertiM'I In state
"!hI' ( : being seated, was Invited to <
of incident upon the whiskey is not satisfied with the quality he
countless.! At time I spoke child" this story an
f pillows for the rull.' lnl1'I his call. When he had
the object of can return the same at our expense and mon.,
,'- it I.ili.Hheldr's; Jen. Indians' fore a large audience in Boston LC-I on board an Atlantic liner: A little done BO, the doctor Bald: will be refunded.

.-mnieiit owe of these; others the c\"cll ng.rrhe next girl barely seven years of ago who i "This is very unfortunate. I fear my All orders should be accompanied by either

w .'0:"' .'.iut BIl'l i1. \\\t-t.s. ripe was awakened by having card had tasted every dish at the saloon tongue got away with me. However, I -a1GsrzAu.D, --. currency, postofflce money order, bank draft or ex*

'i ,"-"':!.'r are ..atlsfa<'tor)' from II II'l dinner on the first day out was not presume I must give the count satis $' r-b press money order. We refer to First National

.. "\0 point of view It nothing! asked by the steward in attendance faction. Rut I must ask a slight de ,9 AL Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
'- "... football Inkstand la telegraphed for to attend
use- r I whether she would have cheese. The lay. I have been

I. "rnamenUl. \ man offered the little miss ice cream, I I a member of the imperial family S. A. FRIEDMAN
Vienna (of course his Imperial highness ,, ,
:, at .
j cakes to receive a refusal -
and only
Snrd )Him, From Torture. I \ ''r fruit !i would not permit me to divulge ..

... .. I rp', IIwr" aJonizin ; toruble in each case. On else asking on I I his name), and I will take great pleasure .. SOLE PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.P. .

TIt! : whether there was anything In satisfying the count on my re
i"" constant and I
.- : ::; ike life! intolt>rahl.ichinp.. No' the table she would like, the small turn-that is, If he will not accept aa 11 IS O. BOX 4IH. TKLF.PHONK ...,.

c nforttble. ThA tor- diner replied with a great air of dig- apology."

.. < \ny.\ nil Witt'* Witch nity: "Yes. Bring me some Camem- The prince was no pleased at the doc 6rI handle every class! of Liquors! sold II
'nr-s piles at once. Foi bert and champagne, please." I tor's cordial reception and so Impressed bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that
-. cut-i, butn-i. bruises, : with his professional Importance are way down.
,. W 'im 1< it i is unequalled, The Olhrr Half. he volunteered to do what be
: iVitil Ark. said, "Half the world AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
ft. says: some one has effect settlement. I II
: could to a
"'" I.utfcod: with the pro' know how the other half ....4.
does not I Upon leaving the cafe the evening
""iiiu.1! piles and could I has retorted.
lives" and home one else I before Dr. Iglehart had: pone to the I II
: help me until uieci'eh how the
world does care :
"Half patronized
\ >lralvp.fl'w I offlee of a small newspaper' I
',1"1'1I'Uft'd HIP." Be other half lhes.-Atlanta Constitu almost exclusively! by the aristocracy

'tt'"rf.it. Harris' tlon. _ nnd inserted the following advertisement
.I! I I Plumber Gas and Steam
-iheppird, idnej Mothers can !safely' give Foley's : Fitter

Honey and Tar to their children for "{:[IOn calling! at S'o. --Ftrasse ,

coughs and colds, for it contains no any person of good education will be
1 > -HIM r.riirtrit UlRtit Away opiates or other poi*on'l. W. A.D'Alamberte into possession of the means' ofoarnin No. & South Palafox Street. .
--- 1 ': "!..o.uibIud, cuJd... (fI L'!...3. 121:! S. Palafox.. ? a tuousItlU. H' marts. a year i, All Kinds oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
--- -- ,
without being; !known in the field of I 'l"VliliPH01\fE" \ r.JIPr.Nr4oUlOLA.. n.A. .I

WomarN'l WASTED MORE TALK. You will have pride m you own : labor. Only members of titled families I \
Every and with it if they are on ,
brought to my room a flower gardens your tleldply\ ."

.U'Iftll't t. i.til..liUllllklloWal. ..!wi.i..Tft$ nie-sage that some one was anxiousto : owngruund. Your huband can buy although The aristocrats who applied! the nextmorning THE GARDEN SECTION
and he do it now
home cap
I \I I it must a toll what
Whirling Spra Thinking that did not rare to
', .'w '..I........... /,,,,,,, see me. ; he may think otherwise *
all -ferring
:, .. 11..1 .,,!. be something ser- important, I rvery woman wants a home of her they had: called for i> o-Ol -o
.., ; : :
: .. ___ 'I ; 'It. '"1. snueriiu from a
talk with that were
-_ n S dreed hastily and went down. own and if !he will have a Admit they

:. ::' '\"h"11 I reached the hotel office, I .Thus.C.Watgon& Co., the cli-eased liver ami that they had come PensacolaplorldaNear ,

I leading; Real Estate Agent, they to the great spt'i-ialit-t for treatment.
f'umd l a blank and innocent looking ;; I
show her how easy it is to get The doctor I ropoM-d to make them
it'ihvidual! waiting for me, who cool- can microbe East Hill Electric
: n one. ngents! on <-omni'i; sioi: a Railway Terminus. .
.. \11\1 ... I 1.; rennrkt-d" : : 'I heard you talk at a I.ilh'r.1 1I'r tli-y all -clineiJ.\. _

't\ 1 01t \ U., : !p.; lat: night. rather liked I MftllcH IClttJuentlon.. I'l-on I>r. leLart's I; return from VI-

,". t.i'k, and :so I came this morn- There will be a regular meeting of rnna (he had remained in concealment Beautiful Lots for Sale. ,\

t J : hear you talk some more.' he Pensacola Medical Society ai in a uei;:hborins; \'illaJl'he at once ,

--- the Board of Health office at t tammuiiitMii d \vit-i! I'rtnceln1l'nadl 40x137 feet at from $75; to $200 each, accord \

__ rely ,. j'clock p. ia. Tuesday. Fb.25:! and receiMd a ('.Ill from his "s-ereae '
\\ n you 1R: 'k fiitriry:; di not ing to location and surroundings. I
Visiting physicians are cordially intimated that Dr.Iriehart's .
4 'ur f od. fefl 1 dull and stupid I
af 'r. ,till.:. \'oUIH'l.'d i-i: d<>>eof' :invited to attend. apok.u'y would l let accepteii I

( ambcrl un'< :much & Liver OK. E. F. BRITE.Pre"ident., if he choee to make one. The doctor Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View, \

Tablet They! wi'l mike you feel apologized and the incident became High Dry PertileLands..
like a new man and zive yo'u an appetite DR. W. c. DEWBERY known to the bj'I.II.in;: nobility of __ ___n : it
like a hear. Fur rale by alldruIt5 u25ttf l'.erlin. Con' eiiuenty Dr. Iehart! stepped ; !
IISHEYDanieiser The grandest opportunity for investment
; and medicine dealer. NOT ICK. into a splendid practice. Instead ever j li

TOBACCO SPIT I have been authorized to take of returning to America after finishing; offered Pensacola.

DONT and SMOKE abcription; for Wm. Jenning; his studies he pursued those studies : ,
I 1 "The Commoner." There Is nota Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
\ ourLifeawaytVou Bryan's paper and hIs practice tocether. j r '
F can t* cur ,,1 cf any form rf tobacco u..oq The price is $1.00 per year in ad. dignitary in Berlin who the moment I'
a-.ily. be made well strong. miKtirlic. fullr.f vance. Those desiring the paper liver trouble
new life and vigor by ukiug MO-TO-BAC, can have it sent to them by seeding: |I he begins to suffer from V.ClubbsCarner
that makes weak men strong M.iny gala does not call at once upon the celebrated
the undersigned.!
ten pounds in trn dars. Over SOO.OOOcured. $t.OOtt)
All druggist Cure guaranteed. Booklet U. M. RoCHL American specialist
.t and advice I-REC.!: Address STERLING Care Daily News. ASA BBOWN DALLETT. Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
: by Bros. UMEDY CO., Cluwgo or Few" Vwi 4J7 .--

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'j i Bmtttrt at tae Port Office at Fenucolk

I I I I t11a-OmoB-. N leoond-oUii: Pitt Building matter.,Jll Both Falatt RAIL SHIPMENTS i OF PENSACOLA I BAR DESTROYED The 42d Annual Statement for Year

,I I { cruel,np-stlrr.
Ending December 31st
1901 of

\ THE NEWS PUBLISHlfr 00.Tcrmslnvarlably Laborers whose main living is de- An interesting meeting of the A fire of unknown origin started

L \ 'rived from work on the L. & S. 1 Tourists Club of Pensacola wa heldat in the building at 7;:7 West Zarra- I

In Advance. 'docks were very much interested in 1C East Romana street Batarday : gossa street at 3 :15 o'clock yesterday ', THB t UIT! n urn A URU iCC O C It i

h! |M Tear by Mill. _._. -.- ..15 ooEx | reading: from the Time;-Demuctat of night. President D. H. Gable of afternoon and before the destructive i irlamea }
Th Month .... ._. _.., ..._. .-, sou I
ktM Monthi .__ .... .., ... .... ....- 1 so yesterday a dispatch from Pitt bur :, Greenfield Ind.. presiding, and :-,pc1'retary I were extinguished the entire
Om. Month .- .MondaY :W 10) Pa., which is claimed to have plenty J. F. Milbourne of Elwood i building and contents were destroyed Assets.
r Oil Week by Carrier, payable 5331.038.-;
of labor in store for local long Ind. at his desk. A large numberof altogether entailing a loss of i

I '/Niising Rates Furnished on Application. shoremen. new members enrolled their about $1.000 with but about one- Reserve and Other Liabilities 259.910,1!

1 ''eighth in=urauce. The re.-idence "'"
The special dispatch! told of the names.:
,.1 t i inability of American steel mills to President Noble announced that just east of the burned building was Surplus ( From) wticli Diyideifls arc Paii ) s 71.1200-1 l

] UtvGNt! '_LLF 7E_ 1 1 furnish structural steel, billets, sheet tourists could buy beautiful bird.- ; damaged to an amount of about JJOO, ,

) i and tinplate bars in a sullicient eye views of Pensacola from T. C. but this i is covered by in=urlIIce. >
1 Paid to Policyholders in 1901
) 1 quantity; to supply home consumption Watson & Co. at half the regular' The burned building was occupiedand S 27.714.-; .'

I 1f: TELEPHONE NO. 118. and showed that certain corporations price. owned by William Yates and New Insurance in 1901 $24:. }> : ,

f __ had to import from Kng- A letter was read from :Mrs. Mor- was ned jointly a; a bar room and! Ii

J 1 PENSACOLA. FEB 17 1S02.A li-h mills their !supply of "steel rail- ''gan inviting the members of the i gn'cerscure. The two were separated Total Ins in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1 :,7N.jtwithtuiding <> -

l more especially. :loons the railroads club to vi-it her winter home across by a wooden partition time ,

i ,.t alfeetecl by the -hnrtiif... ofsupply the bay. grocery having been in the rear. Ata the greater financial:: .
; strength
A TK.-'i: !hu- bei-i made, with satisfactory ] : Hp.autifully'llfdt'd resolution -
is the L.I, X., !but from the where the
point ju-t
partition j joined -ccnritv wiiili! its .
the greater: p.\Ii'y.h'IIJ..r. th-reSy
were adopted expressing irr w e-iij-
.1 re-ults, of a newlyinventedapparatus tune of the telegram; it would seem:
.! 1 lor w-urlUg; greater -aftjty as if pen-acola would profit at theexpense ..t the club in the *-id death of Mrs. the east wall was where the fire 1.011'acid (IIANTF.ES better than given by otii I..I < .

.,1 of the American :Otl'l'lTrll..t. : : Cox of Sliver I lxkrllLand: ti>n in railroad trattlc coii-istin; uf a --- -
; ,
rincere to Mr. Cox.
The di-patch conclude"? in the entire building was all sine
,; 'I j)oweiful electric: headlight, capable, following word- : Juliii Kinhart uf Athens, Ill., a and it required: some exceedingly

f like other ,eu cu.h.ht41f, motionboth "'rim.. Louisville fc Xashville railroad member of Lice executive committee. j'O..nJ work to -a1" the re-idence ROME E5 BRD5. Gan. '

; .. lateral and vertical. The which held back iti reiiirement5 announced that arrangements were Mr. Yates situated: less than Li O feet ; Ag,
hoping for the, completion of being made for the club to give a away.Mr .

1 ; wonder is that such an appuratu- the ted rail mill of the TetiUessee ba4ketpicllicat Magnolia: lUufT +'n Yale? staled that the home; I ..1:1: -. Paiaf.-xStri.t. i'KN,Al'OLA./ tL.i .\

has not beeu loiijj ago wade use uf. Goal Iron and tilro.id Company at the flrst warm day, which their t'+'II- had nut been entered since i iof lIliduig-1I It,

Auuiatou, Ala., !in which it is largely siicolu friends would be invited to Saturday and IIH could not 'ut -

i ; HOME: Chicago geutu: has cou- intere-ted has: ; supplemented its; attend. A special train would be ; count fur the fire. lie raid he tu'Ii s-r.-. K\CIM: 1\1" .

ct-ivtd the bright idea of convertingthat first order fur railgiven to English! secured and the only cost would be' I left home two hours previeus; to th'i

y4; : city's drainage caual Into a mills f.,r I0ow' tuna, and bus raised in cents for tl.e round; trip. alarm ; had gone to Pal.ifoxvht' ;. CASTOR A :I L.iunci.li'1 !', I'P'Ith..I'I". Iti fi' !
After routine business had been
the amoUnt to ""Kiotons+, to be tie.Ih'pttIat and wa= returuingwP.t G I .
t great fist, pond to be "t.-i-kul with P'Uaacola Fla. transacted Pre"iden: liable ("Illed'' .v..n.; For Infants and Children. riiii- ->.yI.I ,
: at a cost'of meat street when he !heard; the ti w>-,
saran fry, and thu- -Ii','' .y tiniu- rl5H:!: Perbu, an increase of Si upon members make informal b.-l|\ "tnke Ii;. At the -., uu' tun's h" I 1the I 'illci.
a .. talks und i-evor.illadies and ''Ilfle- The Kind You Kavs Always l Bough .;:ui Ex' :
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I 1 haLitlu.111. >"U iu ; over the rate <]tiot d by American (looked towird hibom- and! ti.! ,(3 ,

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exciir-ion to Hit :Pip'r: bcik-, : : Ai:! ,i'i u ri- r.'..
II.:1.. t. .d''I''r! eiim.ue. Hut t61i! i i-co-- a '. ( I"ypen: next tiltnr',1: on I uraulLint.," he wt UF'-. -I ii-nlo'i- : ;it\-1! ; ? I:
t Ill' .I I. iy ind not alw.i.v- -nr''. })Oll't 1".11I the! !>IraUlrrllkmlurna' Oil Cent for bottle uf Klectric Bitter- aiid 1 1-.. V, r
to. '; In I I t I'P'I'lIlIl' X'ie wl/i'u Dr. Jiilu(- New Diwovrf hI' boxes: uf Bucklen's Arnica Salve
t round trip :and! the members of aiifl
I., iand 11. i.l 'I i iiiimkiUiil.-l or mints (- for Cmu-uwptiou! will cure you athollle. the clnb Were invited to attcn'l.! lilY leg \va- as -oiind and well a>: F. Bruee.1

PtlI'" t..r i.ui t.ike MI itiificial| al It'sthe rant lnfallUt!(* niediiiue After -rrt cal more addre;-I <. the ;'ever." For Kruption- j<;ztma I Casl) or Credit ;;;;
jl for tuu: tt-, Colds, and allTi.ro.it I club adj..urned. Terror, Salt: Rheum Si.ITS and all I
nii-.ilvi-n a view of a-eiinu- and Lung di-eases on -nh.! blood disorder- IMei-tric ijtter b ino 15 S. Palafo I

t ,.\'t'IWWI".11ll'I'I,' ai dot'Miur t-ieeui- Th. Hr-t dote. brings reli-f. As Something That 1 Will Do You Good. nv>il ou earth. Try them.V.. 1. turc utMnrsttonarc .> I

t'UIHIII1I1.11r.' + result from -ri-t- A. ) 11. .... the huwt.lini
to t>d aud K" la rally ten-ibie contt mMtruiy. p W..III"\\ ICAlembertc' : Kilofox .
'' eat tt*'. Trial bottles free at 11'.1. no way in which we
street; will = lIiCal'Uou..rrefuud I". I
{ 1 he projMiritiou first quoted .,., I'Alt-mliprte's, 111"i. P.lIIC"x street. can be of morervice to our readtr. guarantee : .
abuse Nould t be true but for the fact Price outand SUm. Every bottle than to tell them of something money. Only iiij cents..JI'IYNis -- I \\ \"r ,1106010 a.., ...

that will be of real good to them. ....
gu-iranteed. .ind
tl.at tin- valuation
ratio of property DitAW.N your niurlei.fr fi.'ih,
For this rea-n'i 1 we want to acq'Mint Foil I jj
Mil'j'-ci to taxation is not the I rheumatism when y'I.II ;
them with what we" con-ider one" of r.MiKi: ; &ruflrvW&CT=
F. Urawner habuught the en STAILSA 'una *$ -pram a joint tfrain'
., fame in any two Florida counties. '''tire lit.o of youths'umid boy s'cl.thing rims very h I->.t remedies on the lIIark..t w- ymir-elf. Painkill.ynurbruie
r w
It vatie* fti-w %!"t to tMl of 1'mu for coughs, coldand that : term of United States will .
j er cent of;: the Lely- Vn. ; *fork and a'il'a court ..- : I OUt th. -..relp I teal \alue. llei.i-f U- iujIHic'aIlJt |l, clo-e them out at l Ip,s than factory ) complaint, croup. We refer be h'ltlllt're beginning March 11, for "'" "'" : It jiffy Alwayx han w. .

,pullt)' as between the severalCHUlltlt co-t. Call quick. to We Chamberlain's have u-ed it with Cough;such litjipedy. which grand and petit jurors were .!\. l..t' ;:.-. 4 .. and II." it freelv.' Avoid -uli1i !
t t -- --- I ##""'i' \ = ..:..... there i i is; but one I'.ni.kin.i!
:-. 1,1 M; .IOH\.O'li in our family 4m long that it !; drawn till; morning: as folio- ,. Davis'. Price .
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To r. quirt' all n--i-ments! t OI I I has become a household necoity.ly UraiulJiirj. .
I'AIMTl.l.Y IS.Il'HUI: ;
; } be made affording to the I I its prompt use we haven't any ? j IF
mandatory doubt but that it has time !and again: E-cambia County-L. M. Levy, \ oley's Kidney Cure
't I
I Is 1 I I'lovi-ion-, nf the !law, Luke Johnson, an L. & X. switch- prevented croup. The testimony f is Fred O. Howe, Wm" C. Morton! Ma'x r I
; mikes
I at "full ('a..h.lluII.," f is e': man.: ;got his foot caught in a fog: at given upon our own experience, and J. Meinberg. John F. lIullwoll)". J. :J...". "t.-'Tr. .JJ. ('",. I\ kidneys and bhddcT: right

i ;lit :a' I way to Ill-lllt tiju.ility. Another ; Uould n,.' :Saturday" ant! was run we suggest that our reader, ""I'focialhtho"e Whiting Hyer. Itooert Heine 1Vnt.IlnlttlaldCha4.V. ''"If r ... II I I

who have: : mall children : 1Vill4'fhii. W. OABTOn.rA.: : I
$ over by a tr.lillllf car ;. His leg
-1 Ito iieate: a j-t.ue tax was
\\If coin-
: always keep it in their homesas "Finch, Philip Caro. Philip K. Yonge. ; I Bean the I'FR'IYP",: i'sl'f.. i
1 Uli I 'lIl.r llll.utllf j : bIUJliz.1tilln-a? -t h.IIII1II1..hed that it bud to be a "safeguard again ('fOUrV.tlll- J. 11.,1.I P.enj It Pitt, Henry l: on- : High Living A 1

; the NewtItelf wi't-lrru;: e:,ts-ein- 'amputated yes-teiday. The npprition den (S. C.I) Me-se-tt ; er.Fmrlle" by all eelV.. I L NobleJa-. M. Milliard. E"i #f&Z
", performed by L. & X. Surgeon druggi-ts and medicine dealers.Klil.lX.i :Nathan ( i. Forcheimer. i i is poihlH at low c<>*t. Our patrons ..(
t \\"I..d to method of valuation I- I
'' re.ulju-t
; I' Ken-haw and Pierpont. asjslted Washington; County-J. W. Cra- are: piirticulurly! well fed yet none

between the several, coot j by Hr. Ulocker. ; ;! ; COMMOCKThe vey.J. P. Schell.! could he arcu-ed of .'ptudingtllU, + 1

tlt-P. thug call-in; in (|ii.ilities todirappear. ;. tnt,1 lio-a-J.: Allen. much in-ini-y on the "inner man.' -++:.A T.--:
,'Imn-u: : Yt-L\l: EHII: 1V At
ptatII,'all)' Each i is a Food Changed To Poison. Walton-J. A. McCullagh.JacksonD.I .

I : II mean to the dt-irtd end.! hi thejitiMMH Putrefying food in t.c! nite-tines I'nifed Stats: dredge boat General :drehi.1'rrlt TIieitircntiirv() (

; j : 'e ft Midi a coinnil ion, (iov- pr"dlll'I'/f..ct..llk" th"-" of ar-enic. I ] C. H. ('nnl-tnck. which has been ilurorN.Kcunbi ,
but Dr. King'.New: Life 1! ; !
Pillexpel ,
fit, tI1orJrnnrlg'.Irtrctly i right ill1'i the pois/tus from clogged; hoveN.gently expected here for several weeks to ; : ;\ County-W. II.: Jordan. ; Heo.ti1llrallt-! :i: NICK'SRestaurant

I' i t ; eiuli-axurii! to overcome the evil byHiMtinK easily!! but si'ifly, curinut'onsfipatioii dredge on the bar, arrived and an- J-i-. Cltrke, W.\\". :Mann licbt. I, excellent m--ils ,
W. :ublett John II.1ntchtn4,11'm. areiived at!
J I upon the strict execution HiliouneSick: ('hnrt'lllllf liayien .treet wharf at 11 | a rea-nnuble
W. Wolfe Wiley very
HoIilHd, \\'al- price.
icheFevers} all Liver. Kidney o'clock
J : I tl.e law. A lid rt ru if the law it-elf and! IJiiwel trunbielulu: ijia'W. ; The Cmn-tock yerterdnmorning.is t..rHootou, Walter T. Tate, (iu* I I i! The fond iof lice finest quality:

wasvnoiii:. lie would be jti-tilied! !in ,\. U'6.lemberte's, ll'l :S. Pala- ve--el and look compiratively* morn: like"teimsh'p anew (}.Idbach/ HenryHer-her. P.enj.Oerion. 1 well C'lnki-d and wellerv Dmirtg
a Louis i Friedman." room i- well appointed and cntnfortable.
t fiXtreit.. Gel W. -
theryrroit.ry.a idm,:citlz: eta than a drpdgofl111'; will ,
Caro. J. William: Dorr, S.'
1 in all t ih-rt- I." muht make to i iu- cnu-.mence her work on the liar im Marry !
j DanielThos.)
F. Cusachs Jos" 1'liniif
l.lI-I' r.l'u)1 "IJIH: mediately.KUTIMON. ;, C.rtanley 471.
NUN it- futhllll.\t'l Utlua.r Jeo. Kallnmk, "'Ill. K.

't Hut: \III' caut.ot :a,ree with the _;MI-K.U; 1'Ittllurth: : TO -sN.'lM'.iM-: : : \" } lye(, Jr Wm. ISazzell Robert Mal- Pearl & Nicolau,

h New that it i* runt to "let welt Lieut.-Coinmander; HtlIrId: 1f'. liday, James T. Clarke Harry H.Halhuark :Hi'i/ Palafox St.i .
An rxcur-ion Thos, y. Hannah Edmund
will be given on the -
t'ut'lIh aloue'\ ; iniply{ becau-e theeki I'owith the gunboat M.ichias in Fox J. ,
steamer Okoloo-a Saturday. Feb 2'2.to HautPtuan Chins W.
tlll: ..ltuatlolt I"'t'r far frombeiu.r Pcnsacola: : harbor was on Saturday the Snapper 15 inks, -ure leaving Hagerman, Frederick Ciillmor. i! THK OU'TlKIl: MIMO! HII'yfiI

"N .II\ 1'1"'II\h." The tax payer h-t advanced by the president to Palafox wharf at :s. o'clock! a. in.. returning Chas. Ueismar. Incoriioratnl.i Oysters in all styles

of the same: afternoon. lie- J.lck.ou-Hichard Livingston. J. .
Nor ci'Unty p.11a tate tax of the rank of commander
l and his -hments W. Kuss.Santa WK: AKK OFFKKINd Short
will be
served boardat orders
I 7 2''e mills on valuation of their taxable nomination to that promotion promptiv'filled
..t entti> th> senate for wasof rea-onable price Fare for the U"!'a-J. G. Kllis, c. C. Mc- INDUCEMENTS( Pl'KCHArtKKS } -
that i j" conh'rm-ition.
pri'j't-rty iH per cent ound oil Douzzc II. !
Couimauder Mclt.ie trip cents. f4td! OFPIANOS
JIlL real value : tho>e of the adjoiningcounty has been mak H"lme-J. C. Mayo.WahingtonW. i

may be paying, at the anip. stay ing many here, all friends of whom during will: be his pleaded short! Ito I Special sale, /;QOO yards H. Parker. ;I 1 Best the market

't rate, on valuation that is", only i\i learn of the ,good fortune his mer of laces and embroideriesat (KEVORK THE: HOLIDAY HUriH.i affords
of have won for hint 1000 yards of dark thin- i !
of the actual value. N They have
err cent J and 10 cents over three car-loads of
i --- a yard atJJ"1n.
ef Hi the rditutot the News will contend nelettes, suitable for wrap I i New irpri ht Pianos to select from. Private for
The remnant of the Heinberg }\ 'hhnson j- Son'sStore. ]fig The Old Favorites "KttAXICH &
that this i is "well enough. 10 for 6V7
I Bro & Co.'s; grocery stock will be pers, cents, HACH 1 ," "Lt."tern and "Singer"j dinner parties.

1 I Theprrreutagitation: of this vital sold by the a.slarr. F. K.: Itraa ner. .__ at ]llin..Iolinson\ <$' Son's i j Pianos are shown in profusion

f que.-tion is nios-t fortunate for the to merchants and cou-umers at !'acrificepricNa. Twentieth Century Medicine. L'frf Stor j. styles and wood to select from. I 1n -

t future "f our ", ate. It is high time (iitlgfastcall quick. ___ __ Piano Players they have the Famou

,t I that the evil "should be permanentlycured. Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as The finest line of umbrella in the CP.OWN PIANO and ANGELUH Mobile Oysters

Opinion concerning the TonightJust far ahead of ancient pill poisons and city is at J. I. Stephens'' Go lookat at ORCHESTRAL the a whole orchestra
) liquid phs:c as the electric light of them. command of anyone-no DELIVKKKfUU Y
; bes-t method! to be adopted for i itscure the tallow [ knowledge of music required. An YARTuFTIIY.I' : ,
candle. Genuine
I lot fore retiring: if your liver is stamped exhibition
t diller. bat the end insights [ Also
1 may M 1 ,teian.lt 'it tine anJ you fe! dJI; : C. C. C. Never sold! m bulls: All in Celebrated; every day. the; FIN FItIIITITE .
1i | the soot. and t'Hf1'.ltriotic citizen ".lIous, c,'!1-tipatrd, take a Kw: of NE\V\ 8TYLES "Apollo"and''Cecilian'piano
1 i druggists, ice. player*. All of the above in-
"should lend what forcelies; within I H Od'S Pills and tied- !Istruments will besold on ea.y : I UNION RESTflURfiNTFrank

hi* reach to contribute to theconruuuuatiim. Foley's Honey and Tar room Furniture at Mars- : ment= if desired. Call early fo
first tl J
choice. L. Wilde
AnJ you il be al. rigtt iii the morning.
forchildren.safe.sure. A'o opiates. ton $ fjuina's.
I i THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. Proprietor, Opposite Union Depot


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GREATEST FIRE CHIEFIN LOCAL UEOIS NOTES Surplus $71,129,042; that is the Im- If you buy them from ; !

portant item in the 42nd annual

Local furrrant for /Ytwuo/d *n
THE WORLD.I fair Ha/ht;tonight light unable and Tuesday Minds ;litroming frost probaMt northtrlttMil to. ,I today. The stability and security -

r i main temperature jet rilay, 4:> digrttt; which the possession of a large surplus ...they are good !....
'tiniinun in lattI kauri, H'j. J fund gives i is well known, and i ; !:
its usefulness cannot be overestimated -
Benefit He Received from A bal age car nearly filled with when it secures the performance :

delayed train mail No. arrived Saturday night I of contracts that run for long themselves has brought many of the
on o. AMONG
I periods the future. Owing: to

Paine's Norwegian bark Mark Twain the length of time a life assurance best dressed people to the conclusion that
Celery Compound. waspukenJanuary 21! in latitude C3ntractmayruu.it is particularly.v oJ
24! hL itudehU. l liable to be affected by changes in
the rates of interest earnings, and in Shoes that fit are thoroughly fashionable
Quite a number of plea;I're seekers -
the values of securities. The protection rat
( went out yesterday afternoon to against such misfortunes <,1 I.:' and full of wear, and that can be bought
the veels.
I war that large iin direct
\H.iU a surplus give- -

II jJ.:Qt:1l. g.. Fritz Hollman, while working on proportion to its amount, and I a reasonable price there are none to
..n .
; ,.. '' 'f an emery stouu in the L & N mops ratio to the Liabihtit--. It has long
rT. I ..-.'f .- .,,';;'" '/ ..:_...._. ..f.,.:..:" 'I. tins morning hadtwoof his finders been the :Society's boast that it u
? .. :f to with those at the
: .. 'lltl "
-, J- -"J.JO'- '- lJl t'i...is..: .; .,' badly ma-he<1. the "S.rongt-t:: in the World. compare
"" '''''''-:"""":;" : '" AMde from the Mirplu-, other in-
.... "" .;.,'...,.Jo.t i.' .. \, The Ihie-eu building has hetnitt..d
(; rtJ"fJCJ _':\'\ "". t-re.ting; IL'ures in the fti"mentue : I i
U. .' #'<. ""- : ?, \.). ... /( tl"t -.J.J.1 \ with a true weatheruiie aiulue the amountof .\"-et- f.H.om..1< : I

'. f '.t-.V. ''' ,.' : improvement: appreciated by j-'''j>; ..f New IJu-ine i *'a: !I'> \.HJ.OM/: ; of i
-.;. .f j "\\e.\ bt1-ftte., i item of that -tctlou of the1'.tl' Shoo Store
) J (t4C' : :. Amount in Force Jl.lTD.l'TtiTi'i! ; ; Income .iBostOll
/ .
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{ .' ...: ''\ rt b;, / ; tir.ni Pretniunlh.l,141.i I >,> ; :
.f" : '- '
:.. .: >_ f\" -' r-. -.. Dive Arm-irons had his runt I'otalIniconle Jtil ;i71t>""i: Pijimtiisto i ,
..., "" .....: f.t'UII over by a coal! car at Mu P-iIicvbolder-i 7TI4 'fi.M l : mclud-
,. > : = :_:-.'"---- civetharf Saturday night and it lug dividendpud ft74: ; :, .:!II. No !! -N. G. FOF.CHEIHER Prop.ir .- :.
.-- --- -. only i* the accnmulited! :
: Miipluordividend
*'a-: > -u idly crushed that it had tot
I t) amputated. fund! of tine E'1uittblelarger : I I
I With Perfect Nerves than any other company: -, I I
and 1'1 he body of L. W.'f'110:. who I Jf i l!t' inininuniratiotiotniihi.i
but the amountnf dividtiuh
t lied! at M. Andrews :Saturday, ar- during the several years; including paid;: J ,J.-i ; ; :--.r I1. ; 9 I /I 4., nil L'! Lad- !..*' No. 15
Good Blood He Has \I ived :I ere last night and wa eui 0)0(. "" .l..1., 'It : .10"i "
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I It the last have been greater than thoseI irl i IuudaI'l'h. 17
i illAKRN
t Wood and ;
tlmedbyJto.I. -hipd I '
i-f The element
other { lo/
any company. \
': i !> .. t'rCthren! Invtt d.
DC. Moine-i Iowa ;
I Ii Wen the Highest PoI> to which haprodiued these re- I .-- 'f.. f. W. 011 i
4 i Train Xo. 5 trnnIobile: came HIme suits ha? been couervattsut and "". '11-/j \\.Dl.hht--I.tt: ;r<,
I sitiol1 1lis hour late Saturday ni-jtit "u uc- vigor of management. The result I /'!II'III.IIII.lIII'1., ; ; : i' I, ; .
Calling. \omit of uu accident to a freight which have: been produced are a "- .' t

>M !I i I train; &iia north The fr'rjrht hadL'iched credit to those active in bringing ; 11\ f' 'I IAIU.ITIVR COMMiril: -
II' them about, and to the policyhold- .. I
I Gouldiug whenjumped
'h! > ,. ; It .. \ i A uieetiiiK (>l t'ledi-tnocratii i \ t
.I-H.I nu :!'in.T'' tint! : it i is prs) the I: track. rs" vv hit reap the bent fit of the la- _
'.Ij' I r .. 1".11: :': !In im-itv- r .1.1 vorable conditions. j 1 i tive foinnutu e nil E-ednit't i' 'I
-' !pr'.'<..'>' 'Ii ,:' i ," 1': -.t i I.. K hel'1" , 1 t t1'-tjZ''i: :' :'1,1 !hrt'1ti"! PH i ,n'i I II il' week 1,1.11' Il1'tt :H tilt"'i'1 The Last Heard Of It. i I I' 1\r. ',' i I, R. McCuUaph, \\HI'. :. ii '
1 !. .''i' in i noti-i >:vii'i' d.IY! ; 'iitwith ti,e ; J < i p. tn. llinr-dnv, '
II J. 1-\:1 ,uir. \!y li'tle bi.v t"1" k tromp ope :- w. 'c rvI\ItJt.: f, ,1' I' ,\ I i <:\ i ,' ,,rniturtioii ot ; :. : :in : :_ : % I II
',' .. ,,. .1 t t1.! 'Y' 'T" i 11. i H..iI." au' d< !p,ill itCiaiu '! ,I". 11 ::11',, ni.dJt'aud, ,;01\\1' grew -0 bad you ,, ".,...,.. ","" "II!::: I tu:," .."
1 .. I..ql'i! i l tlf' u' him\ hie"tth all over tin I 1 to7ill ..
'd ... for > U : t v L'
v 'I \ t w : i iuin ;. "'
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: ill-< -?-, 1 I' I). Jiepolllt. ;, :M:Uls1 I r .:'-,. of ..
I.. -'. ,n. ," ;' : .. '" : n i 'i :r: /11 "in( .l\ ', I. !I '!.1 i. 0 :. \\'., f"ilf'f:r.' would c.,1 I .. -- -.-"'0. '' -,j, ,i I pel vj-i'i r '

!:1:'" 'I'll'' pt >\\1.1t. iIM : I;' It!1 I t lilt i !trw il,;-. I't "itMi.ill f ,, .
; : in .. ,1 i' 1,.. .. .t -.w-h"'f" : '- ( ''n-h, Curqaicklr re-inv''d hi-n i' ,! '1 I'
.. :" ) "., ;; L '..1 I i :'oj : .h I tl..i.i > ,:.I It ii'in I t--i. \\.t '.i -1"1" '1 'at'- tai' : For YourPersonal
.. ," ',, I'M 1"1' f Now
ml I'" tit I l ii' : i : th croup
: : .... .:' II.! :.rM. 1\ .- .nil- ..d! ." .' '.::1'I. i i"., : i o''u/i clue like ( hu vitu. i! Comforti11 .:,;.(::: 1I _.
!I.. < 't[ i' r I' ; i. "()tle ;Mllillte C"uh; ('me iM I -
r I .' 1', i I. it G .nil ;tr'- immediateI I other! I'! "..tuur:: :i' !plIIi.! '" '' )a tI '

1: ," j : .' 11 I ,,1.1 t I I 1\ V..r i','n 1 :: -, Bold! -*, Tulip. trrip. I ryual| : the !'ulapt, 'ility! \ of a < ; ,ii \'t 1 1I I

:'' j :. .. .t'. 1 .t h(, t I It I' : ''. ',c' i II I i- .1".t al!! o'ht r tnritut end I Bitllttor. ait ian In' i ird| IP ail.:
.t ,..I"t.-n! etrtth .
111- t i > 1".1 cuii II
t ,1'1'I '- ; ', S ; r. C. ro('1IJ wh I < r" ''it at I i-' .rujtiirfdF : '
\ ', tike.: 1'hf'llttle
i ::1- t to I ..
i I ',\ I i n ; :' . 1 I I ,.' .
... II't '!Ilk* h. 11 iu'i-I Pharmacy: l .,r ikiii. the! (".;ill "if Y"1i" h i
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t 1..1:' -'I. L i I I' : .: !C.: I, tv.! ,
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d" -ill I b tIn" '
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: (\.' II .-, i .,' I 1- : ,f\ II "' l .' W I- { '.U'J.>fs, Uruffsels and 1 .. b'I j. ',
it1! l u'r: (11- it i :.1: ,
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'.. .il hi -U.i i ',II -t- ,: I., '1, "
"!n Ii: [ ;
lug/'alli,* ?ill be dosed oat .. .
(( quaker: 'tau wut 'nt p. din1 I ,
; '' .. ', ,
I 1 [ :t ; Ok.I- p i LtiI "> : -" : S' <
:. J.. .. tn ///ifA-.' '... ... .. ,, ', ,
.. 'l.: .:. .! \'. ,J : lJ" tip W." II. 'I room for springA'vcA. Ldt j ; : : i ibriiij. t. -t.
.' 1" .-.".!.:. l .., J I '\1- dl-- ,iri, il fun, i' Jd"'t'; ,Vf>ic is your oh tin ce : :..-. .
; : .n fit ; I
,, .,: ,' '1'1 i:<- :Mai 1'1-,1 *;.;''W'A :, "i< \( on!- 10 grt "T 'm. j
I":. : n.m': Pl' ,I :lit n' "...1111' 11111" iu, fo> ,.' ,' i carpet cheap. Iteola 1 (G'lCo, l \ ( \ )fl..., : >, : 0
.. Johnson Son's Store.
,ifi .- Rig % :
1 ..1 rtr' :' > 'dlLIII d 1 r !M.'I : .t i I ( ., J-_, n ,I "
h ; -I 1't I. II 1<'\\.1 lol! 9't t P l td- .1 1 h-: h Un
,1. tteowOft'Sorenrmrdy : .
< i !u ,.;.i t-1 f, oJ. 11 ii c uWMI< .iii; 11"" i *..tLlq; ; 'r.: u Oit.aaiet"iii Jt" i.w lI t r I' IH.IaI.am. No. 3 S. PaUfox. St., Pensacola! FtOillSf! )' ti' .
., ..f \ ,. w t ii !i t ir t' n,.Mi; i'i>., :tin! -- ---
erne' : ... !! I H. htllllaK. Whet. :
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t. "'lll 'lit ba- !l\'lh -' f'1I1t!
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'. : !\ \ H \7\r, \\ ttiir? herst:"ill"U::J lillilHIHWior ';: : EDUCT'DNb' : '

f.re! :Mar-fu!." -ewie (')'In' -iii'"-nt! -inall!! boy: 1GREATER5T ,
i' n ,in, igoi. ".

1'1"! "!it, app i; n'o hioni'.thiufiiir ,: it r

,. ,.t' tl,i' ordiu: 'trv' d"i in loin
I 'JJ il..I.-. t. iMI ,- tul'lII\'I.I .:
( i \ [unlit! iiy i ) :
,I < Si I ,'.J l I 'h,- K-cainbi: : H rt. an d I the Chit: BRHWNER'S

Icy hunt: hit.ml v "II'I! i'.'" iml i
," held U.tit-, tin -I: II'" -n: t i- adopt! d
id..1JLl BU'o.P': h., the W.if lii'p.iinni,lit lo' "-.. nl ::11
tezi l'tr army. TI.t'I ten'c tine d:iil For the Next Ten Days:

r. trt troll Frank: tin Nation! ar..'ut

.- ... _._- ..- md are out for the rtrt tiiii.', Wit h ., -- -
the two eoniguuleutar.; 4t> ten t,
R. K. WHITE, ; I I'p.: a IJ 1: yearId' fill u-ed\ by private', Pack having c,;Having!'; Finished Taking Stock, we find lots of Odd*, and; Ends ;:n all departs"

\ "t the rc ideiii't* ol C ii'. ,
accommodate mi u an
piicitv to ,. ;! awl in order to Close' these Out and make room fur VIf SPJilXG lAS
V. .. J : il'.' -'d\t'I' t I' I.P :StokttiM Ki-tOov. rnirui'ti' four large tentto be used by flceri.

The tents are of a > -ryfli I!* to Airirc Soon below that trill them at
I S. ,hlli.ll.) I lljilit 1.11I.) "' % fatally burned this luorn- we quoterieee movp. once. t
i"-. quality: and the recipients are very
? happy in their poenm I
I'H..I.' -i'"'> wan standing: in front of the -- ;:Aril yard- Outing I 1'lannel, worth I I looo yards Fancy Calico, worth 4 .Pair- P.ov-' :solid L"at her Shoe.
Sc., to clo-e at fie. yard.1.1441yartl4Outing oc.. to clo-e at 4c yard. worth) *1 I.:'.ir price imt.\ .
-t'iwlutn he dress caught tire andtu ,
-crofulou- dypeptic.rbeuinatic
If you are Hume!, worth ri-!: Pan- Boy'rolid; : 1,...atherbo.
: ',CUI) Red and Hlue
I II i 11:1" M -< HI i>i i.t.: troubled with kidney I : yards Navy
wa4-.1)1t4ly burned that thereare : debility la'kll1tr"l1th. 10c., tn d""e at 7c. Calicoes: warranted fart, 4'.c.' yard. finer iuality.| worth *i i.7:>, our 'prlceu.
her Dr. complaint general of Ire-s Goads l.2:..
11" liopefor reco\ery. A good .
toell Iood'earaparilla.! UNt l.oy- Single and Double.Hreated
.. 'F. ii. Kenhawas; : called and ; in de-iradle colors in plain and .nit-WorthlnM 7J Pair- HoyNew Or lean- UablrMTewul "
) toto il.- ,
i 1.1! Fr< nchNK dre-.su the burn He doe- not fancy: worth :!5c., "ine.,7"I and #1(41( > : -'i.n;;-. ..i/e; 2 to 6, worth
SIIM.CTM: : : .\I.S <.I\IA:: clo-e at 75c.; and sic.init..
\ : > '- i.r the think it |po--ibb. for the girl to live : I I to close at l-"ic., ;r>c.. f>ie.) and 7"c. tl UII.lul' prue f |.'!.MI.i .
:: i W -hip more than 21 hour. !SKI.UK: : ."M\: iyard.All, : 75 Hov'' !' Doubled-Ur-!ftl Milts. i !SI l Pairs ChAJ'ihoe-. Ii toy. SolidLeather : /
; h_ __ tof our 7c.. Silk Velvets to worth $1.V> and |_'.IM, to close at worth U.UJlIlIr price: be.
: t d il I .- army c1:11it11IIt.ll'I'll: : ; '\S\CiEIt. Early tlm morningOllicor Perkins clo-e at inc)) vard. f 1.15: and U I l.tt.iut.jio ; 4s PairMi--e-' !rttvtrI to 12,

I I arre-ted Peter tiulley, a nqrro dray 1 lot of Mlk Uemnints; at half- Ioubled-P.rea-ted, andTt'reePiecp Solid Leather worth I.:!:, ourses' price
0-.1I1I\ it. \\ .\s iihitK; .
: "". m ; for removing and fiom the price. Suitworth Stoo: \ to I l'.
'" :t m : man 1 lot of yard-wide Percale, worth S4.;a I), to close at ?_ :;i to n.: :';; -uit.We 11'2! P,1ir1! ; Shoes, H to 2,
--.'*M''n.. lll.. i Mr.V.. 11. rieaantgeneral traffic -treet- without permi--ion. The arrest 10c, to clo-e .it il',.,('. yard. carry :.1 full line ,..fIfn'- woi th tl.">), our price NIC.You .
..14 IIIm HI. : manager: of the :Seib.urd: AirLine wa- made bcforecourtCOnvetled! I.IKKI( \'4rdll !beached Domestic :Suitfrom Jl.50 t.. t\OW\ ). to clo-e at I should look at our line! IIfChildrPI

,,. > ii', "id lhiiI with lip'i: 'I I i : Hiu
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York, and hioprh"te secretary -- -

I 1 ,rp.m.!,".-p i ?>. in.i m.. i, rived private in cir the :r aturdiy general" night inaiiiir audl'.ut <>r'- 110.A reached great: the deal mayor of complunt of people who had F. E. BRAWNEK'S' ON 1 -PllCE{ CASH t i HOUSE I

'.t p m.I' & the d hy in IVn-icoIi! |In pa\inir
the action of nejjroe ,
i'! n Ml in.i'is "kicked'1 ajratn-t;
I II-t might for pointali the (iulfi
'. i i "u t-t., in haulniR find away from a
'V- iturd' iya the I Ip. While here :Mr 1'1".1s.tnt' called point at the comer of J'.elioont and _

t. 1- VII Plcl 1:- I ou a i.limber nf friciulby whom he B ,.tred". The negroes would have
1.1 '. ;ill i I m. i, wi heartily received. Hi- wife, no regard; for the-aftty of vehicleor / G2 sas252 52525252524525251Clearance
had made the
I" >I.< for army who w.ifinnerly: : a :Mi-s (;rant, | pede-tn msreroucondition in- The
.i' 'lit-id 'iiiu-t WI"; in the city at the nine of hi- '' .trl..t in '
., arrival, having come Kerr to att>-nd l otlu-er kept watch, and the ne.'ro: l
: Jfh.rtlla-h.r the funeral: 1 of ht-r, Mther ( apt. (dulley, wa-cauirht! in the act tint Sale!M ( clearance Sale !

.\1.\. irint.: who did| I la..t wt-i.1\. mi.rniiirC. The tine wapud by a c.//U/tJU
MrI'leiants: left with tier hll- nt-'io: vviio 11,1(11'1111'10),1
Fall and hid in-tiuctedhimt.i !;etnMavelfrom ; I lli
of :
Ml? \\Ilt\ band.i 1Z5t5252525252524s
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) Uniterfurmi 'lln-i-itof: 11 aiivthinur r.1'leanutwa pirtti-ul: <\ not.uditatt.uof the pirticularpot.Don IX m I

riot; tied room Iv mtere-tiiitf to the public1 "o fart- 't Let Them Suffer.

"<>m nf .NarstonI fiul.l be Ifarued. He left New Yolk Often children aie tortured with S .
about two weekaro and traveled: iti-nnir: and burnim. eczetn:i and!
,,1"wh'dIWII the Atlantic coa-t afar other -km dieaebut P.uckleu's
south' a" Port Tampa\ in-peeling Arnica Salve healthe raw Mire-! .

I' Wi',.k the roidand attending to bu-iue" expel intlamnntion, leave-the *kmwithoit Great Glearaoee Sale of Dating 1YIonday ,.... :
dft l ilThe car he travelin is alI1aguili.ut acar.. Clean fragrant
piece of rollinir stock cheap there'- 110 -alv- on earth a- '

( ,'ERA HOUSE and wa- much admired by the local troo-J. Try it. Cure guaranteedOnly 10 yards for 35c.
railroad men ye-terday. L'-le atV.. A. AlemberteX.

--' 121! :-i. Palafox -treet.
-:\".\(' ,.\ I, )ll.K: XO.:1: I. oP P. All 10-cent Outing 10 yards for 75c.a" 14;1
: v February MMT/r.K ItIIu t'.11luck.
1'en-acol Lode X.K: 1 of P., 10,000 yards wide Torchon Lace our special i
1-. '\( aAUFIEN'I'; : l n-srulir meetuur :Monday night, Feb.17th at J. M. Howell'-J -land are dome importation, on center

.., at, i\11::to\ o'clock.be present.Vork All tnemberileijiifoted inthe the. Turner bert work their in blacksmith Peti-acola.: Mr.Ithe F.M. counter this sale at 5c per yard. I

'' : rank ot pajre. be-t in the outh. )Ip..r-. Pierce be' We have just received a shipment of Ladies' New Spring Waists 1 I;
,i C. GOODUilfl The Chjutauqiii directors at De- and Newton their painter rang- :
Kuuiik Sprtnshave: namedWednedav. beat for flue painting. They also ing in price from 50c to $5. I : I t tAll
March 6th. Pythian have a very' flee carriage; trimmer .
: XINE EhlilOTT diy All Pythiau brethren are fra- from Columbus. Ga., who ;served: of doing hisapprenticeship Black Mercerized Sateen Underskirts at Cost. I i ; : II
ternally invited to attend the lodge'meeting -, and i is; capable -
to di-cu t "" vi-iting DeFuniakto the most arti*tic work. Mr.! 50 dozen Gold and Silver Shirts at $1 and $1,60 each. We make I
'a! .t Atirrletn for a
.. .. take part celebrating the day. Frank Carroll who e reputation leader of a man's 50c Shirt ,I : I. : t
MONKOK CAMIMIKLLC. C. hor-ehoem; is the best in the city. and defy competition. ;' II.

HKMHUKI.IK.. K. R.1 :N. is in charge of the hoe' hop. Give j
., A'e Were Twenty-One them a trial; prices reasonable l;fH and We call attention in Furniture Department to our New Line of Matting, 4.: :

-'. E. Hrawuer ha* bought the entire work guaranteed. I. '
; own importation ranging in from !
our price 17
to 32
c t
"1,1.11{ Imuil-nni'' line of boy- and rirl-hoe of $ per yard. .
< n. ,.j..1 I :. >..M \ oikt the Levy-1'ou ('...:* -tock at a !great Scissors, shears pocket !
will ell them le 1/i Fifty Carpet Remnants at 75c each.J. ; i't-
nr bargain: and at and table cutlery of e very .-*-- i ; ;
than factory: co-t. .
:'". I i I.I'. I 'MI' (aud "I1": best makes at the lowest ,

\ Cleaniii ladies: skirts and waistsI prices, at the Willis Hard- W. & B. FORBES
,' :- \ "lla."lt.1r one of our specialties. .star Laun Co's. .

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a i / THE QUAGMIRECopyright. There are so
SAYS many thing
; need
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$ in a family when health !* not .
i c'
ilif 1 The Equitable "A light purse I.s a heavy curse'- the standard. On-. of the
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[ 1901. by C. B. Lewis. I Sickness make a light purse. t\: things of use to every f ,|
v -
During the last of my Uncle a
year The LIVER Is the seat of nine liable! liver tonic somf thnfc-,,,
he Into possessionof t
William's life came
tenths of all disease.Tlltt'S I S I up a lazy liver and m t\;.. .

\ it : Life Assurance Society the became horse Jimmy known Star to fame, that as afterward the work without fail and a Itt ; ,

This I II .I /get to the patient. HKl'AH: I I. i iii
fastest pacer In the west. was i the bet
United States. 1 over thirty years ago, and Jimmy had l li sPills the house tonic h.:
Of the
: all the tints for .. .
; !
when my'i
i won ouly a few scrub races!
.I : occasions and .tot t .w "
: I'i. i uncle brought him and was not ytt'j will!! improve

: Forty-second Annual Statement, for the Year Ending December 31, 1901. j four years old. Uncle William as well jo to the root of the whole matter family the 1,0,ai:: :. ,

t _ _
as many others saw In him future pos- thoroughly, quickly safely Your dru/it rives

\l j ASSETS. INCOME. 1: sibillties. but when the husband died and restore the action of the guarantee situ ,-\'...rIt"{ .I: '.1rr'I'

'i' LIVER to normal condition. doe not m""t y.nf
neither allow Jimmy
would .
te widow ryar.r'r: '
: and $60,755,929.94 Premium Receipts . 48712002.6 ,
j Bonds Mortgages . you get your lI1"I'.t' h.k .
to again nor sell him. lIe was and Err
race Give tone to the system riALERY All.I i.Crit1 "
<<1' '
It. : Real Estate in New York Interest Rents etc. . 15,662,603.27 I used with! other horses on the farm (; :'\ IIII; ..

L .1 i tDchtdiBf, tb* Iquitab.e Buildini 22.865,779.72j i and might bare lived and died In front solid flesh to the body. '

[ Income . $64,374,605.94 l' ("11 tlu' 1'// P(1J-
j {I. Unitrd States State City of the plow but for a queer Incident. Take No Substitute._ il J est tl) fi. ..

and Railroad Bnndi and other invaatmratt After uncle's death I went to live --nj

.: |.ltl7.m-imarkat' .valu. over. .coit.. 176,032,549.00I : DISBURSEMENTS.Death with Aunt Mary, being then a lad of finest furniture >it Mar 11,
1 fourteen. The horse had developed an Then wfe reached the quagmIre to find j' ()uinas.

.i J secured by Bonds and Claims . . $15,564,651.21 ugly disposition and the hired man that both hordes had already been
I Stoksmar.etvalue,6n.ypytw) 17,735,800.00 had almost become afraid of him. lIt! '' sucked down out of sight while the!

j i' Policy Ixjar.s . . 10539551.83 : Endowments dl.tiead ,.11.1.and. deferred. . 5.653.934-w took to me at once, for some unknown two shoulders.men showed only their heads and Foley's Hon?y *m Tnr

4 reason and thereafter! no one else lared ,' They raved and cursed andbegged cures colds prevents
;;s Keil Estate outside of New Annuities . . . 686,250.11 enter his stall. If turned out into for help, and we ran for ropes pneumonia.PEXSACOLl .

'. Vcri, inclLiiitt .. "?,buiMinti: : 15,427,312.39 Surrender Valuei 2,067,265.85 and fence rails. We lost
I . . the field! for a run no other hand could probably val-

\ '; (..,11 in Ranks and Trusty Dividends to Policyholders 3,742,519.5 I catch him. Many and many a nl;:ht I'i uncle minutes in our <:confusion fur

I J '. .m1[ anf.s at Intrra.t . 20, 305, 308.50 used; to slip out of bed after the house before we could extend help the fellows .1.i -

I : send him over the meadow or the highway neath the treacherous ooze. In the CONSERVATORY ij f J r OF f MUSIC I

\ Commissions advertising morning we /pot help and set I
Interest and Rent.a .;. 6 at !his best speed and he seemed up a pairof ,
33,305.46 PP. M. aDd ..cha-0 . . ,001 2.38743All shears and a tackle over the
I.*. .*..... ? AucruedyA.1/n) I I to enjoy it as much as I did. It was spot '

; Premiums due and in other disbursements. 5,145,993.16 one of these nights! when I had him out and after many trials our big huok E. OIL CHAFfERS, Cirti'Piano

process I I on the! highway that 1 "eti and re- caught the body of one of the horses.
of coL.tt: Wn . 3,847,957.00 Sinking Fund. pas i i -
I HjdMCCtoq: .( book valo a et Boil passed two strangers In a Iou,:::) They i It took the strength of a yoke of oxenand

: Inferred Premiums . 3,524,815.00 !!' r an'''.ci at a prtmiam . 3I8I5 /".no were evidently amazed nt the pact'r's sixteen men to overcome the sue- .. Voice ('ulture, Vii-lm
i Organ, Cornet, :Maiitlolin. Uu. :
tion and lift it out. and then found
gait and stopiH-d me to Inquire all we
Cello, t-tc.
: Total Assets . $33I,039,720A i i I iVisbursements . $39,191,159.01 about him. Next morning they offered nothing by which the identity of tho!

( 'I men could! be traced. M. QUAD. Also Director IViisaroLi! I'o.'u-i i r :
Aunt Mary $50 more auyl >dy

I We hereby certfty: to the cox+eoaeer' ot the .bon statement else ever had though some one was .. H.iud and Elite ()rclic,tri.
The .. l.imrrntr.Vecccls .
FRANCIS W JACKSON. AwlH.. R. COC3A l>1. As,".il A..Jitww.. MAINS, AJSt>fI.14 Aujitt always trying to tempt her. She re- I
t .. of .I.INN 0 tons ran ascend the Brass and String Music Furnished
fu; -d to a -II. I think she somehowfelt
ft." Laurence river Montreal, a dls- I
LIABILITIES. ASSURANCE. that Jimmy was a fond between ill Occasions.
of thouaiind miles from thesea
1 a lire a
4 |1111'1' and the dead. The figures': were
A* urance Fund (or Reserve) 256007493.00: ; lUTd.-UT rouciu "TT AT Tel,, COrrt- zD vaLu a. Only one oilier river la the world Addre-* : E:-calllhu H'>tel.
Increased by $j4), but she was obstl.nutC' -

All other Liabilities the Amazon. 1 Iq navigable to such a distance i .
3903185.28 Otf itA/ldine Assur- 'I audio : l'arlor"f Fret lljp- '
The men went away disappointed for craft as large. I Church

Total Liabilities. $259,910,678.28 anr-a. . . 1179276725.00 but from a remark I accidentally! overheard i!

I became that
suspicious they

Surplus . . $7I, $ 29,042.06 New Assurance $245,912,087.00 meant to have the horse whether or I II j

I no and Intended sl'a1il1him.. This Hard Sense.
t ( We tt'tbv certify to the owT ct of the above ntement. The Reserve at per the tad pendont valuation was in !suniiiier and for three or four

ot tit N Y Italian Department, li 'jj.4wj,7jl.oa !or Supwlntend certificate see Detailed Statement. I nights after that I slept In the barn I j i

I rb j. G. VAX CISS. Att+.r,. R. G. MAX, Atntltnl Actry.th Nothing,: happened and the strangers i iI
It takes keen common sense,
I out of sight It fortnight -
4 J passed on was a
added to superior judgment and
WI' Lave eol.unln ccocnti and Aueu of the Sock-tJ'1: and certify to the correctness of the foregoing later that I woke up one night ofa
e..tripent I I Iat midnight, ami heard Jimmy squeal experience, to be superintendent

WM A WIIF.EIIKK. V. P. 6NYDER C LHDYARD BLAIR! Co.. ALEXANDER CEO H SQUIRE.Cammillft | and kick. Without waiting! tll dress or railroad. Such a man never recommends -

S.rr.l .fthe board tf Diniti j alarm the house I climbed out of myopen anything that he has not

JAM ''! w .tl *.vr'KR. friritit JAMES; R HYDE VictFrttHiittK '; \\ lu.I.on to tale: roof of a shed himself subjected to crucial test.

fAt4R TAR UELI.. .*o"M A/I oeoRr.i T \vii.sorrrf rfc-.,-/v,.. WILLIAM H MCIXTYRE, Forth J'/'rll i and .11'1'111'.1 to the ;ground: ai.d ran to A prominent railroad superintendent t.

I&.W"CLItotA: : :>iIJfR..e"( rjp THOMAS D J.kDA'sotrlln KIDNEY D PJPL.5V. Trea'xrfr.UE |Ithe barn. My Idea wan that the liore living at Savannah, Ga., in f;

\ It LOitl\'". A"/,./...r. EUWAHD LAMBERT.. M..lJ aud ED'A'ARD CCKTIS Y 11. JLV.DIRECTORS. .... D'rt.N"" had got tangled" up in his! halter but which city he was born, says be / --t .

I no sooner had I entered that barn than feels better than he ever did and ,..- / '/ / .

a hand clutched my neck and a hoarseVoice ,. had the worst case of dyspepsiaon the
t J W ALEXANDER< JAMES: H HYDE, exclaimed \

ft PIr2GKail.n JOHN STEWART, I.CVI K MORION: 'On SCHIFK, E H. "RRIMA.V.ALFRKD j .'Xo\\'. IH.V. if: utter one loud record. He had no appetite, and ,// 'I'4J) .

1 -', 1\: M lJtPt.II J CASSATT.RUHT W I.TOW it, ,(.- t5 J. HILL VAXDtRPH.r:' I you the little he ate disagreed with him, j/...: tot!
I word Ell be the death of in .
you a lUlU .
1 t Wtlrll.lXK., T LINCOLN, D. O MILLS "C. < \. S. SMITH, T JEFFERSONC'fLiJ.a, causing him to vomit often. He tf; : !>. ::4.1. ',t-
if \HRVCASII. J. ASTOK, GEO. J. Go 'rtr. IlY C. FRCK. Atrt'STBCLJO\T, j ute: j -
t R .t I .1 SS' BLISS, 1M.EE TARBELI. GEO. T WILMiV. .., ALEXANDER: Si. \;)i.l'A iiot.E.THOMAST TllI'rt''I'rc two men there with a had pains in the head, breast and /ir.1r .

SQUIRE. MARVIN HucinrT. T L'a'r111rLtVIER. .-is J. KcCOOK.H ECKERT ''dark llnt..I'I:11I.1 they were two stomach, but after using three bot [

F 1i1OMAS1'. !' Inar"s. WM H. MilSTYRP.M E W i.'MRBRI: C. HAARSTRK.LAVIDH. C.LEDYARDBLAIR, I t-trangers. They had been working ties of P. P. I'. he felt like a new ,f : t\WM

< H KVASt.KK II \ DOD'iE H M ALk.XA-.iKR: 'VM.11. BALDWIN he 'A.1I" i
MOPFAT Ja.. : to pet Jimmy out of his stall and lead man. He says that he feels that
\ P SN'VDERAMIBLM HR ".VTOX IVE5.: J F omSA\A. I \ 1 < him off but he had kept them off w ith could live forever if he could always !
\}.uS.LA SOX
TRASK, W. E !SiAL.b.: JOHN 5l0\"E. JOSKl'H T. LOW .
his heels. I" Ui ordered l to bring him get P. P. P. His name will be given 1 .. ""
N. -FOR FURTHER PARTICUL. SF E DETAILED of his and when the let '
1 STATEMENT. jl out stall man on application to Lippman Brothers, the vb -> -
( go of my neck he covered me with a t-
proprietors of this great remedy.
II \.1 I U'cii instead ofIII
pistol. : a man
Dyspepsia in all its forma is promptly ""' __ "
boy I should 11:1"ht. I'll orders.
The fellows had hard determinedfates [ and permanently cured >y P. P. I). General

r' KNOWLESJBROS. General to vim and ambitinn" thrc ,.
Agents, I and they would have thmmht: Debility and lack of energy give place
Blood Poison and all its incidental and heredit '
nothing of knocking me on the hi-nd. the use of P. P. P.

PENSACOLA FLA. I j I Under my guidance the horse backed ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and hang ,

out quietly enough and I was ordered by P. P. P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria.. 1'. P. I'. is a purely vet:'
j -
-- ----. :. to lead him out of a back door. The table compound, which has steadily grown in favor for years.

I !'" wed ll..''n* of bite I fellows( had saddle horses waiting: 6 SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Id*- I 84-.- that Jriiiin stii-lcnt III I FOR THE tw-st part of an OM curtain' little there. They hud come across the fields BROTHERS non &nf& Savannah Ga.
HOUSEWIFEI larger; than the hole nod dip the! edge; LIPPMAN BLOCK. ,
way* ban Ills Mitir-tui-lii'\ ".,1 nji. i I from a highway a mile! to the west

May Soim-tiitn-s it n liiin>i\vn. I....*** For II..".. I'urnlHhlnif. I In cold starch. Then |'laoe it over the I and intended going back that way. .
hole and aftt'r\\'Rrtllrun it ,
t 1.1.1-1 Illlllk. >oll lire lnistili-li.! Prom i r. f'lIt li.dlra-Joiin luec promises over When Jimmy was clear of the barn

M.,- llunlly: I heard l I Ii.-ll.i .%..,. the! 1.1 U- more in vogue than ever fur I I the man uho had done all the talking

11"110..1 I '11 down \\ IIt'1I lie tiiitl tn kiss N'nh'rl'il'c'C'o.IIIlI1iI'l decorations! 1 for Tl.e frame'1 Photograph Illustrated Frame here Is ofpalnto '' said to me: WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !

ht r.-1'hlratu NeHrI table linen ni wfll a.s for the daintyt'uvarr I "Now get on his back and come withus
l satin mounted cardboard! !
( -- that odd s > much to the bcuuty 1 on and !if you try to play any tricks Wnw today for oar.. handI .-
IU"M"I ,
but the -siin Is suitable either : .IAI. "
I.' ..,...1111. "', C'a..I..II) lit dressing rooms, buttenberi und the 1'h1 put a bullet through your: I and are what tantiful. pr.fma KEADTIIKIET1I.H.our pan: '. >ijbm '*
r I fur embroidery or poker work. niiunta we fftre fur .
I.. '. ..\t'lalllillilll! \\'111..1Wh'rE heavy tort-hems I'i-IIi more eiteusivclyusi I dared not to say a word In reply. I i oor"01111.f1Y.lo.rlimii...-!. .""Io'eoninn' 1 The
satin when ornamented Is stretched
ni fair uu iiI at the liiiH-V, -.l. l ino Ht the prettiest of dresser I As we started across the meadow they I or luul of a I'rrfunifi hoi of Sop tlirirchnlcA ...,M, rant... lnMiBlirroL. ..
over strong cardboard cut the
IjiJT-ln in) 1 U>u>li>ir ira,,iiIg III) tenPrstn be made by heavy llneu wltli I to i took their places on each side of me. I animat of pmuiuini son,"of II the. hand uiarkrt. I*mr" Itra.. 4.ta.

Lair. a rrh"ti Insertion two Inohe-i \vl>It> hct i I was rldln* bareback and had only a .. nlarware"lwlwan PI.vaan4nu".rttaaful. henna. .R''I..... J'",. ( &ke
I rrw
IJ W >-.TAn.l sere you then Aboilady ? In about two unit a bu'.f: tucker from .1 halter, and we had not gone ten rods y > tvauentwhoa.llionlT: II l..iir uf Soap
.., .. 1
L ,, 60.1.1... .., ..
? a DI. H l-IM4 a
(1it1'gnautltSirChicago! the oiljie and II 'rder of latv to match I I before I I
| Jimmy got the Idea that it was I loy M-- n' a Nwnllfullrito-nratol ant .
J that Is dat with unlit trwiNl,full nix fiif faiullr u*>. I""- "
JournaL put on iM-rfeetly ml- VT.
to and
I a race started off. The 1 .. Bf art. W"aloft(nTw Courts*, hwa'rt 1
am Tfry moth pl* -- tend and retinlssHiiif I liming kwmi < lain ( Taliirn,
corners r.attonbfrj enter
; meadow
field of walgi.pa.utserurderruan.
was a
thirty acres lace Cartuna. t* ...i..:., Knfvr
Tfc. DlaiallaOrd."If lore 111t'l"1 bnvlni; a beautiful i with a creek meandering through it, Mm L1 U: Bt.SAW. .....nu........ *H.winff Marblnnl.* anaKorku

a I ImO my way" naiJ Hit practical flower design! eniliroidere> on them arean.u0 and at one point In the bed of this Ooodt rwiTKl to-d NiLJin,. Mruilomrrt ivif.LB. Auto... .!:1 M".rall..n..I.*.. allow a Very-1I..n. Ifnuh l nrnimiamnn. laimfiTTl --
man "tlureoulj U in. inctrj"Well. veil pined with tlwir lamp w. h... nut ..e. wetruuyna. Sommirjr.. ; the newest things In tune)- creek was a small but dangerous nca nil.mpi brrt bet.... will irnd tnuthrr order Viti allow vita IS day.' titu in whirh
a rltt..u. work. la a trw days 1 am more Ihtn plrawi >tth IJiaundulia. to di-ltTrr lhoo "...1. and rrH\rt tour
j i quagmire. Whenever we had livestock Mr,. Alj.NEs; uIICBLYW: po moui j brfcm paying at. l>.at '.Ia,.
ansvrrtHl the cynical reader IW I
Tatting has MI uiTfrtpd with I
of zln.- "I 11' pasturing there we put up a SALVONA SOAP CO. Car 12th S Pine Sts. ST.
niap a irui'Kt ) '' got your ,the'r old fashioned things of the sumonrio'l temporary fence at the spot It so LOUIS, MO.
day, all rtjiUt.**- \Vi>liiii ( ( and those who used t delightIn happened that Jimmy beaded straight'

I i, \'u" 1111: the -tuitile in and out Infiiihioninj for this spot though I did not notice It'' -- --- -- ,
I I. Ikr IVrfornianrc of Ilia llniy.
this ilclli-ate work will now Jat
the time. He shot off like
Mr.. iliu.l.iYou u.rtltitdeny\ it. an arrow
I have chance take
to their old
up pas
and the
two men put their hones to a TIME TABLE.
I t-IU. t kjw jim jx-nwit that jMiliii- time. It Is combined with fine linen! gallop and tried to grab his head. He

wan to Lix you last instil. and makes the loveliest
? t of table covers.The .
S. : I 'MaAOBifM-. ina'.iiu. Stiun- paced right away from them even as LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
ye nn..t fashirruabh'! curtains uf the RAILROAD'IN
I I pulled my hardest, and as he reached .
", .."hlll't .
Laic uitict-r.
I u>o i.-.t mi \rllllil1l1l"I'! EKKKCT IIKCKMKKK 1. lkol\
momout arc \ ; and H the
the creek he gathered his legs under i
"oulJ )t'-'l'hilaJdl'hlll I.n'"s. tint of Ildr tart is I
'.I j'I aery peculiar one him and made a jump that few horses New Orleans and Mobile.
I bein, a duller -hade than e.rug theywill I
will"cr ----- -
\nlunlliiii. equal. It has gone down in

,. "II.. you oarf fur Milton's i*>etryf ?" be very difficult to Imitate.: For history with his name as It deserved to \o.; b. \o... No.! : ='0.1. I Nn.l. N ,
the !large: sqiiare: windows there U a 715 aul'uu 13:15m I 11 :cor p Lt-are.. Psnsmeola..Arrlve 6:", a 4." I r .
a\\ \ the )"uu;; man. i new stKof I curtain that is lambreiuin I I FIR tiLpr.oH'Eny on I'OKET W01K. do. His amazing leap Just cleared the Nrr' n :!: 'i p 1:If:! a Leave-.... Klonmlon ..... Leave 2::% t:5):: p p t
":-'ut mush" :!n.\\t'ro-.I Mrs. Ouuiros.:: quagmire, and we were lArdly over : a 4:! p I :!:;a5" Leave ... Mobile I."va I2:"' n'l 12 16 o I
i shape shown to soft effort.V
t | shai<>il. It hancs down !>m 1 am told that one uf his l'f>t jmi'in-i thin of should
layer be
t l straight from the top, with n i'"iut wadding
wa not coiihiiiinJvnrlh inure tluai' come down Into it with a great sW8!>h. North.
I |
Mn-trLeil the 'ardlMiard beforeI
1. in the center and the sides continue M over '
j -\\UIUI'I.I..II: St.ir.l Jimmy! continued on to the fence and
.. ; the foot and are 1 Umped back. A wide i I th. satin: Is put over It. The satin then turneJ and headed back for the No,2. So. ,. \o. 1. "
--- 1 should be cut an Inch than the liiapm; 12:15p m I Leave ..... 1'en .
insertion outlines the sides and connecting larger: / 'ae01a Arrive .:'10 pm :. ,
Ilirrr \ tf ...-' rral "",'10. barn and I could not stop him unt:1WI' : AISain 1I:5.pmrrl.... .. Mnntgnm..ry _.Ikave l1l\artl: .
I | scallop, to which i Is sathered card, so that the ril;:es turn well over I i.
"It i I. a 'Me**! and tliunJer' j'laf 'i ii : a reached it Then I clipped 1; off his!: 11:5\1&111 \II"'pm -\rfly..fSllnlIIlh".J.\.. 5::jI"1II .
: 'I full ruffle of this exquisite.[ Arabian nod can I..> tixcd by :.,-. ("tm.'. .\ thinpleee : 1'liiplu .t:141a III ; Arflv.... \ a.ll\llI.. Leave
i .o't tr J.lI lace. tif card is covered with sateen back and ran to the house and ral"l.dan :2:$I" IU rli /I 111 Arrive .. J.rJul"'III" .... Leave pas P rtI I .
4 I "Xo: it's a tlniU and blunder play." alarm but it was a quarter of 7ham ll:5nam Arrve Cincinnati: Leave e"ipIII'
\ 1: --- fur the back. It i I.; tixe by seccotine.A 7:+' a m IaI Pili ArLPP WI. Lnulc. 1.....',. 4LL:; II m
hour U-fore the hired
'linl' to Ilnn.evltr... loop uf nUlKm. with bus"! .. is \\l..llIt man turned out.
I f i. Oml MPk ln-aM-n's 1-Uoli-et.t gift I = :. PENSACOLA AND RIVER
----- - -- --A-- JUNCTION.
I ji" 'n ortlr! :o .1-t.iin, : it uuwth w.'n' A good way to clean zinc utensils Ito the bask cf the frame to hang it up by. A Thousand Collar Thrown _

r 1 ," i 'n inil..' lLo trip \-d'luurt..N.. i dip a pirr "f ('oUin kerosene -Yuuu.; Ladies' Juuruul. A..ay. ;:'o. 21-Daily >'o 5-IjH.ly Nit 'tupaii.i --tiin-not thuvn i: .o. :X-Itanv \-i '
f'I"i Mr. W. W. inker, of -- --
1'hinvjew --
and rub the articles ---
? \ i. with it until the 11:5 pm 1r. II m 1.0-\ .. P.. .
A'" \ < !. "NVb nsat oia \rrl. 1"-?": ru
write* : "My wife ind lung! 1 .. II .
---- din is removed. Uri afterward witha I lu flrnn Ooiricht" I'palh..r.. night 1,11"11" lu.r "
trouble for fifteen I: .. ..
over "
} year"'f' ; :" \'I/I"
l 1 r A MCHT ALARM. \ trirh feathers clean-ed\ raak- I: >15" :5 .tulnt .. .
can by .. 1".23"
I''r*"( that, an :darn "f lira at | over a tli u-aud dollar without any 1fJI" 1 .. ..
... ...
".4 1 night iU.f I bray croup, which .\\\0... rin-nt cotton, it is sad! if applied i lug: a mixture ..f white soap shaved into rfollff.ohe: : was low and I lo-t all : :a 1 3.: ". ? ......_ brat liars: 11 .. I"l IIII"I "

-....nltli IiI;... ''liildrt-n'-i death at once, wiu prevent any traces t email pieces Utilin; walt r and a hope, when a friend -ugeeted: try 1.1.:;. 7d.. :: :: ..... Milton ..... :: 1'1:1OJ' ::
"f a stain Ueins left by oil. little I 50.1:1.ft..r this has Foley's Hi and Tar It ..m. .... UQlJtl !tang" ..... I
milk dissolved ins
\- I I..nfiU "I. ) .' -.1":" Jf.uli unit--* ; or nags which I55 a'15 ". ...... .... lions .... .. Ail -
ttt : "I11..tlllU' .' i- :J'tinniuckly.. F'II..y', cream: spilled on woolen poods. I and ctxilcd dip; the feathers into it and I did ; and thanks be to this ;rent 2: ':*l .. ......... :\111111(1\0 .. ... .. I/O'! I
t remedy it sated her life. She i itrouper i- :r.t! I" NR'1( I. a ... .... (.c.r..t..lto. ..... .. ,
te Honey :ii>.1 Fir n-ver f ll< to ;give your floors are nut hardwood andou then draw them ptntly through: the I:." .. c,,M" ,. .. .. Iteer Land ... pal ,

J : lu-tint n-l't ( anJ quickly ,'ur.tht' > ash[ to furni-ih with rugs: lirst 'hand: npratin? tLe operation several and enjoy better: health sn:! 11:10" _.... Mo.sv lead ....". h M:6 M.t" "

t I I "'or..t f.iriunf t..ui'; Mr*. 1'. L give! them a coat of paint! then two or 1 tni! '... Thru rinse thorouchly in clean 1 than she has ever known in tn 03"" m,75 .... _lJet'unl k i"Pfingli.. .. MI'I" .
I\ CVrtli'-r t M."i'iii!.:gton, Ky., writ!'- : \ n ars. We shall never be without '.11 .. \IU" .. .Argyle _. 1U" ,
I three coats of varnish a rubbing with wat-r, with a trifle of bluing added. 4w ..Ponce
t hid : I Foley's Honey and Tar and wouldaks \IJ1' .. dl Leon .. 1:110" j
f t: My t tl.rr-i y :iridJ girl .i severeM. sandpaper; and finish with! a good oil-! Shake, dry and curl Feather curling. 6Jj I 1011) _. .. .. -estvllle ... 111" I :'
: I .!> nf t-rup : tilt i > di o etor .uid #heoi ; : those attiictfd to try it"V.. A. 6'JOj: I 111'15' .. .._ Caryvule.--... .. 1:1: I:4
lug; and polishing.Ice : i however: is work that calls for "cal 1 D'Alemberte,121 Pa a :to 10a 1' __ "
i I I uM i; iiv- I got s bottle of Iii : i. afox. _lIoDltlOY_.. ..... e.5a 1 f
H and Tar the first cream Is said! to b* an infallible I traialnp! and amateurish! efforts In this -- eui 1(1:11" II ...._... l blpley ..... 6Y7 It 1.4
Koley ..
Ten thousand dollars worth of C:5) 1I,11" _. ...Cottondale ....... 5:15 Jtt: atOG
for diamonds
; )If..." H. fll.... ...ub..itut.V.. A.i' If when Ironing a curtain you discover I now on display at Stephen, 180" lIf: ". ..__ 1pre8l.; .... .... .. fI:>>4 It 1I.4AII.rt a ID
Palafot.r j I a holeln Ibtlaama from the Northern Wood I the diamond dealer. Call and examine 7:40 .". H:5:1"' i _ira d Rldge_ ti:3'J"
D'AIt'mb.Ut.13I:01: ( it take I .
: a. piece of the 1:al 13:14 .solo.iu
I' are m Fjcj-B&Uam.: tie tt:'.a.o cure for c9KeU> them. I SLS It ( UI noon" ArrlnWnrJullcUolIuan._ .._ Hneade ._.__ 6:1\1"fI: 1" n :


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t .t, Forewarned !

= I WILL BE THERE"Original. Sell Undervaluation ,
He i
: ore armed.Tlie jJ J

*. i ,-.' tUK' : J ] liability to disease is greatly [Original] Start Girls Right I
e\K. <.:. tad always! ln-en possessed! as a boy lessened 1 when the blood i* in good condition Esther! Barnes was born with a club- -
', ..h1.! .
:: '.,"( Jtes-t ;: n burning tlosiro to visit the un- and the circulation healthy and foot. Of a stnsitive disposition her Many rxiutifu! girls become invalids for life,

i : .. regions of the \vc-s-t and after vigorous.;,; ; For then all refuse matteris deformity preyed upon her min
: ; L.IH'i ? :sradnatoil in medicine resolved I promptly carried out (>f the system ; an ape when girls come to aj>- pay no attention to the laws of health' Mothers
otlicrvvi-c it would rapiilly accumulate i
.nl\< ">pj a Miiumcr in that way l-fore fermentation would take place, the i prwiate the value of beauty, IMlur: should protect their daughters' health by give

: .... .. '. ;: down to I.r\etkl' I wcr.t t(, blood Ix/coiiie polluted and the constitution I realized that hrr misshaiK'H foot, was Ing them necessary Information and proper

S. .' where I found :a party. oir.iniz: so vcakt.ntd: that a simple a blight: and this so affected lur that | treatment When the meases come on a g'rl

to \l liit! tho Colorado. I was ItsviKtl malady mtjjht result seriously.A (he could He no beauty In herself", uncarts In her inexperience she is either
..11 () { : and was! soon on the waj', great- hcilthy! active circulation means \\ b:1t: \'t'r. p frightened into convulsions, or scared Into try.

I I! good li i-I thtion and When l>thrr was fifteen tl11'rl'n1( check the flow. have checked
J fxhilaratod at the prospect, U-fore ( :: strong; healthy I lag t. Many girls

i I i uervvs. to live in the little house: opi.-sit( h -r I the flow and it has never started again. And

11f\ AsaUovl pnrificr and tonic S S. S. Han-ly homo a widow, Mrs. Whartou C
\" we reached the extreme limit 'I j u i result they have< groun Ie.facedOith
I, : '\\ :.1 1 I has no tlt.1. It is the safest and lest with ime :-UII. 1.Iar.; a manly fellow! .
"crow-tracks" their cheeks and dark half.
on ,
what was then inhabited
1 ..:.i country j rcmcJy far old people and children of eiKhteeu. ElizmrVliarta: notieed
i' under their A dose ofWINEo'CARDUI _
c: ; In soiubrero and buckskin came I because it contains no minerals but is the sweet, melancholy! face of 1"lht'f i I 4 moons eyes.

q j :: camp one evening and asked if I made exclusively of roots and herbs. I r.arnes at the windows and l._.cefl fur
V ,. ., : .
? I",, .'''. -s carried a medicine c1ie't.. Ills lit No ether remedy s) thoroughly and II admlttnnre to the house; but, realizing; I

S \ ,.-ul \ ] daughter, ten years of ari\ was! ill. :, eCeLtually! cleanses tctoo! 1 of im- | that poverty and riches are bad: (
.. Made effort to 'om-I taken every morning alter a girl is twelve year
% ... purities. Atthe i, 1'Il1iluht'! : : no
L' '- .! he wanted something to piu- her Ab. Vt
!Ii\ .' N thr'1 same tine it ljui1 3 the desired consummation. Esther, ton old will bring the menses on properly and keep
rion t :
t h he 'lUln't to hnowllat
1 S:: up the wrak and de- I noticed the young man coming and them regular. It will help her to develop into

<# '1/t I I told him that I was a phjsi- I-lj Lilitatc and reno- :i pnlng from his home opposite and loiipil ?- II attractive womanhood and equip her for the duties of wire and motherhood.
., '
F' antllln'I'rl.tI to visit the the
..1p4 :, (child w yates the entire S-s- to meet him. but the remembrance: All druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Wine of CariJui.

p'v-___ !! :... .. .s c : : looked at me with an eprestoi ten. It cures permanently! manner of her deformity" came In to interfere

,-.----- _, -J -h relict and gratitude that I shall nev of blood and skin troubles.l I with the carrying out of her wish. I II The Hollywood. Asbury rart, Jf. J.. February 1 }900.I .
V I tn. Cllr t.t. Ho led to his cabin E. E. llnvlnz no means! with which to secure read your advertisement in regard to VImI' of CarJui in the HaUimoraAmerican
I I I '. me a r. Kellj, of UrhanaO.: writes: i and n so favorably impress-il me that on my visit to lUltimora
distance from the camp and flve I Lad E>.zen a ou my hands andiacn for a ('(.'.lI'\' education! Edgar entered during the holidays purcnared a bottle of it for my adopted daughter? whowsssuflertngwith
'I l'<> yeas. 1 t would break out in little
female troubles. She had been under thedoetor.
(\ : I found u bad case of typhoid white pustnkr, crust would form and n store as! tlcrk. lIe soon saw that for some tune, and when her periods would come on her unDering'" some-care
I I .U' drop Oft, leaving tho shin! red and if'fil1m- there was no prospect (.e promotion thiLg temble. I induced her to try it and the first dose brought on her
r '
or. cd.all thj J"-8 medicated doctors did ute r.o rood. I used 1 for him at home so he wl'ntit "0.1 rrcnbcfl. She took regularly according to the dir..ctioDML and win greatly
and salve
soaps without relieved. To her own words "It saved life. J. hBLEY CttUdO.:.
What was needed most were weeks bone.,..:. S. f;. S. cured mo, end my sk.it:, i! the road." After live years' hard work use my
!\ is aj clear IIn.! smooth aj one's." For mdTit*and literature add rtw,ri.ln| jmptoml. "1).I. .iM'AJ.iwry
.t careful nursing. hut there was no :Mrs. Henry Siec'ried.of tny N. 1 he had secured valuable business t Department" Tin Ch.ttsnovtI: ltdjciae temptay, that."S.: Tun.UOnmn'n .
Cape May.
at hand with experience MinVit-nt! J. nsked for Increase of alary and -
t.r> says tit tv/eaty-cr.o bottle! of U. S. S. an
nurse intelligently. The iie.-ires-t cured }. -r of Uaaeer ct tie brea..t. Doc was refused. Having no l'ait:11'it! h
tors and friends thought:; her case, hope-
;.:hNir was twenty miles si'vay and less. which to rondin a business] of hisown

t V iripnd reached would I not likely I II' avail:i i I Hichurd 'l'. Gardner, Florence, S. C., he was forced to jr" on selling ----V. _

\ si lllf'r I,1. I knew that the only chance: fur Buffered for years 'vith LoiU. Two boti poods to svvdl the coffers, of another. I
i tIes Ct S. {.. P. pat his blood ia good cou- itn
\ ''' chilli's!! ) life was: fob m<> to remain aitiou a..11..c lioils ths3peared.Send < 'ne dav: 1ignr: sn1111 open letter on "V i ncrt d. Sff)1J1LlOTICES..

/... ;!: her until she had, pas: : .
: v. !-K To do this I must abandon my our physicians about your case. I his uncle her [ ri 1 her. Family letters "I : ,d rtpilrd

: 'V- to the Colorado, for it was out of Medical advice frc. i were common Pl'oIf"rly0..1\ \\'t'l'l1 mo'h "1 z. ,o> "II. .' (to I i
-ihitiphia; Pr. -', I
..... .' iiiestion| fur rue to think (.f follow- THE SFT! SPECFIC CO.. A ATLAMA CA. I er anti son. and he read it. The letter II I ofiEcLflToo.
. -
,.* :: the IartthroUlh a wilderness.! I -, c contained! a leanest that the writer's :i lie T..::.. I lie Hint. I

-- ol out some drills, with directions! brother, would lend Edgar: Slu.dm, that VMtor-Tli.it! nice (coking; prisoner: 1.4 )!'oo'1'.

\ l I' n-' ........ their us--. then told the father: and PEN AND BRUSH. he mtelit set up as a merchandise: ; broker 'I tlt'c-lari-s II(> WaS lirotifrlit;: In this placeby I "isr-fnor near Brent rntil.u lon- -< furj -

_- ,. \ \ \ what was required. I was Algernon: Charles Swinburne. now In : ; which Mrs. Wharton knew washer I evil asMicutfs.Wanl j 11111Ht'wa.d fur n-turn to Mm hut tie

<."| ill tie, profession, and the :.p- his sixty-fourth bu son's 1isirtltlgar: said: nothing \-ThaI's! an inft'rualie.\ I I'ltt.-.fi North HftrcfloUHitri-rt.. II lit
year is >y oimp-lins
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1."'1 :! : iin:: look they both pue in" broke volume of poems' selected from his to his mother about ht'inlsl'l'n the brought; him Lt-re myself.MIL --' -- ...S..UIl n I.

liar\ ,\\ 11 my intention to leave them. I' works. ]letter and went oft In n four months' ---

'. ,1 t t. : W my I'art mo\e on without me tin- trip. When he returned his! mother end !ntln. HDlb..... Oil. OH, Weak Mm; our Iniiirotni -
.. I L>r. Samuel Smiles the author of I Iicvi-loprr KU rHQl..rd cb..p.b..ht .> 1 I',. niornlir. rtiiiaineiliI) Ii the child I pave him a kiss and a certificate of ]i Most women like to see themselves on earth for n-iual "' ekiti-eu, utriotur6 .

... II' .\ she was on the way to recovery. "Self help, has just -i-lebr.itetl his I' deposit! for ?1 IIMM< ( >. at the same time! In print. hut > ou will and lOBsfB, vancorrle enlarges >uruuknoriiana.
ninetieth birthday. The doctor evidently I The print that they prefer the most Particulars alt'l'b... VS orltl t
J -m. < n returned! to the east. Ilcfweleav-! ; knows how to live as well as togive I Informing him that the money was at la not the cotton kind.Philadelphia. Cure l'u.U\'n'I'rlo!. Jt I\.w' .

.rid\: ::. the Cllh"'r-.J..hn j advicf.: ..u.Ul'c 'LloNicy ',, L l'" u.
.,--took my hand and. looking at inquiries! ns to who was the lender. I '

:V (Kilo*! .' .... : with stranjre, t1rimyy said to The death of the distinguished! historical 1 Edgar who knew his uncle to be a The Mean ThingittIlow TO UAN-On household furniture -

: 1 ... ratulate painter Egisto Snrrl is reported In the world did you discoverher _i1I_ horses, cows and all k n in of personal .
: ': singular! man made the required prom Term strIctest
i property.' CHHV
.. r of u line, | Iram'r. If you ever need help to from Florence. Among his best! knownpictures ise. When he asked! for the note to ape?" secrecy (naraut_I. Apply to A. A. r liher,
'. \\ are "The Duel of Dante I "1 asked at what she thought a :si,4' oULb falalox Btrct-i.
i > IL\ age
tve jour life: \"illl4.! .' there. sign. h<> was told that there weB no I
da Castlglioue" and "The Horcutliie! should and she
It twcKe lief ore I got an note. Then Edgar set In businessfor woman marry promptly \1U.NEVTOLKNDOD improved r..llle-
I was years up
1'oets. I I kaid _t1i tale, In Ilirge or filllall amounts at lowrales
t tut' j ''Ttuiiity !'> make another attempt himself and made money rapidly. twenty-Beven. or loterfot. Call on Leslie ":. Broo i,
This I i j Sir Edwin Arnold has Just had printed attorney at law,2W:! 8. alafox Hi., Mutter
lit the west. Five scars later he bought a home similar
> .. !IT "-.'*1011 : a poem In London which he wrote An Illogical Imp..loD.Mpn building. Siutui
.-\. farther south and having my to the one opposite.
1 of the ratification of the canal hall the stupid man. 'tis said.
!ln'it- apropos ?
i : \IONEY TO-DAY-1.Ioyou need money
; attendant! l lp ln a tour through! I When Edgar Wharton was thirty- And vow his words are wise and pat l'
You borrow
caa amount east
.. treaty. lie depicts Balboa with the any you
: [ n 1'rttttii "- ?. sn\nhwc-M territories.It ; two years old he lost his mother. It We think he has a level head to-day on easiest terms and low cut ra:"<
Spanish steel rod In his conquering Because his sayings are so fiat.Wllshlngton. anywhere obtalnable.oa improved real
and and it
middle blow
\1':ttLt (ofuju..t was u great to him seemed -
friinii hand viewing the Pacific ocean and Star. estate-Irom Win. Visitor SWHWomb; faU
r' Lot. We started one morning to as If It would I be lmi>ogsible to occupy -, fox street. In-tt
1'0 \ "11 "'.ly xitti thanking the queen of heaven for the I
".. a belt, country on which there the house alone. Indeed he determined Foley's Honey and Tar Is best fc r "
.4' r' :I..n..r glorious victory. f F YOU WANT TO BURROW MO:tlEY'
a u<-t.- in lid a drop of wuter. I attempted, :, to rent it and make a short croup and whooping cough, contains 1 Invest money, Insure your property pro-
t'l hr couple of mules in order to trip abroad. In cleaning out his mothI no opiates and cures quickly. Care- cureabbtracte of title buy or IIIrlal et-
I :,: Ui.-n- : 1 but failed and THE EFFETE EAST.Jnpltn's he ful mothers keep it in the house. W. tate rent properly o! any description bar
'. 'arr an ('nraul'l'ly.' I IT'S writing came upon come- ruinlscoiiect4td or your tales attended to,

1 \\1' were obliged to start with but two I tiling that surprised !him a note from A. D'Alf'mbf'rtl'.121 H. 1'alafox.MIIWIKKItY. call on or address Thoi. C. Watson A Go.
civilization is to date Real Kstate and Insurance agents fenta-
tUrrlblt- "..::t;. one slum on each bide" of n packhorse. up as Esther Rarnes. It contained nothingof I cola Kla. Cbargei moderate lo everyone

: .'....11. ; 1111 as"I The supply was plenty If WE she is now bothered to knowvhat todo importance, but Edgar was unaware who buys a lot from u, we will lend mon..ywltb
which to build a bouse. /Hd-tt
i grow with her Btirjilus. Boston Trauscript. The undersigned takes: this methodof
time. that his mother hail
jot through on i i any acquaintancewith
: k Ih..r. offering her services -
as a
4 '* w. '.s r \\> had! cone:: hut a short distance the ,sweet, faced woman who had I I--OK iti;>'i\
: when taken sick antiIns"t..1 The Boers seem to be averse to taking -' lived "over the He wrote hisI first-class licened midwife having : '
our guide was way. 'I had 33; years experience. | IOK ItENT-A: seven-room il';fillni{ with
on returnim:. One" of the 1111'11ot the offensive except when they are I discovery across the face of the note Can give best of references, from J modern convenience In most deoir-

1110 \ thu.virts declared that he kn.thl' actually in need of arms ammunition 1 requesting permission to call upon one I i.leading physicians of this city. J.aOl E.o locBtiuii.IiAIetutuette Fisher, inaaager.Real Estate: A l\'nI'Y.JIIH

'" .- !III-! H iiiui. ut wi{ jK-rfectly: and would pilot us and commissary sUf'plics.-Cblcab"O Inter ; who had been his mother's friend with- I MRS. :M. HIDDEN! I
,.. ..k if III I "l'KMHIIKl. hOUVIH, with nuMl-rn fin.veniencen -
: !
1 Ocean.The
; through. I h-ld him to go ahead. Allljiy ) 1 t out his knowledge and sent It to Esther. I jltf lit South DeVilliers! Ht. 1 1-0. ;Micorner W riuiu tt I

t' .wn lllirue. we rod OMT desert plains mi sultan has succeeded in negotiating In return he received the de- tayleo streeti.' n.llU

d' .J.. MI i."--(' which there was neither tree nor !shrub.! a new loan of several million sired i vrnilsslon. but so coldly and 1'OU liEN r-rwo-story.ln-rooiudwelliu*.

_. i...t a thing; to break for a moment tht? dollars which would Indicate that hi* formally stated that he dctermini-d not LODGE DIRECTOHYKNIGHTS : *.! Went ririin ISelinunl blrttet. Apply o7tfOIXULK tuKtiowlcs

Trne ... II. hut "f the sun. I In the afternoon I credit I is by no means: so bad as it has to accept it. A few days later Esther 1-------- -__-__-

.: .' f. atui noticed our volume r guide lookinj been fl'loort'tI-I'ittsl.mrg Times. received a brief note from him that he poL1'i'liv.: I

i f* l.: i | I About him evidently for landmarks\ The electric railroad to be built between was suddenly called away and would OF PYTHIASI'ensacola I COMB KKOVAN LKUIIOIINS;

':1.1 1 I and with a troubled exjiression."Shall Brighton and London i is to Ie : not IK able to avail himself of her -. I O exclusively. Hlock and KIUS:! lur sal..
'.". ,' : (JOt)". No. 3. K. of P.. Leave oraem at Willis ll&rdaarel'o'i.. leif
: i ue get water in time for suj equipped) with 1'ullinan cars and the kind permission. The writer had sailed !. \

I".r- I risked him. forty-seven miles between the jiopular for Eurc: '! '>. merit every Monday teL l-'Oll !'oo. 1.1 ;,
Ing al7:::111 at 'astle Htl: .
\ Mini '.4 )h. >"e-. in time for supper sure." watering place and the Iritbllll1l'lrllp' When Edgar returned, he had: made\ t In the Klonnt -- Watiot 'OH H-.\'LK--A- desirable------pit--c-e- of-proper---

I !iIi u i! I The SILt hung a great round ball of Ills are to be covered In thirty! min a resolve In find out the secret of his I hull'ling, t bird floor. I i ly. large lot alit bix-romn I...us.. oil

ltd fire on the horizon and there were utes. This may be counted ;is another I till it b.-rs ;h."lualntauI'I''lth I Esther: cc Visiting welcomed.: brethren cordial- tba': street. Kasy: terms rur further lu-
fllrlllatlfm'iilllllY nl N ia>i otlio 01 Io I'.
',.''!-. i ; n' sills of timber. The day faded American triumph. Sau Francisco P:arm-s. He hunted through her papers .... HORHLEK.I.CAIIPBltLL. I I Moluliey.aii: 'ft ...t' 101Hr..... J171IHOKSM.KOtl
11110 da :k. anil th>re was naught: about Chronicle.No. till) he came UIKHI a note from -' K. K. A S. '11.<\ luI--.i l.irfUollar.

liiir before us lIa\e a desolate plain.The Esllxr! to his mother which read as I l'..) 1U011,1.lllcyclot..t J. tires, cim.ierliruko -
N..I % .... s Howard place the unpretending I I --fur fJOUi;: ; used hut little. VAtllexohacgB
su'I bluck night: came on. Wel'rl follows:
fur furin
: little house in the north of Udic- a anliiial waeel-barrow V
!lost! Your no'e of thank is rf-"I'I\1.| Ton and fertilizers: Inquire of 1 bus. McMillanNe ,
burgh where Robert Louis Steveatoawas must mil i oti'-MiT yourself unili-r. 'iM'Ti-: iity.I JI,1f
The sun lose round atid red fore-
born Is now in the IDl1rkl.t.Iow I Ion to me. It U I who am obu;;cJ iiIuears
\ warninz us (.f a burning day. At 1101'11H' vou. WING HOP & GO.ij. I.i'icijflifliug UK 1i.\l.t-A fine remi.-npe and store
Ale lour Hhlnrj. IPr totelovr or separate. one of
drank the last Lf11'1' we
\ drop : .
tilt tmit built boune in ihe
Holihs'"paracus 1'ilNcum-, liilney ,!a... "ample I curiosity! 1I0.1ro him to City: moderniniproMrnnu
I. I., I" I r.. p: "'''t'oSt.'I1.'I'n tIt(\ tiery ball sank free Add Merinn IttiucJ' Ii/ .C tiivuii.iur > V : Igt'Wf: the unsatisfactory i wording: ofEsthir's street, near depot, I1J;III au and envllent IP t.lI-t boardiug Wright

,,' .. again; in the \\'('-t. we hid begun; to house site, a'bDuliome safe
( l ; : invitation: and in half an Importers and Dealers In- or a yooa ILve --
s'iftYr tte pangs: of thjr! t. Another If yOU want a nice present to giveto ,tmi-ht. Apply to I'm Mci.'ugh. ml Ii.
'I.- I I : hour I he entered the grounds he had:
: ti friend jro and look;: through the \ i fulafoi Birt-et. lililt
.13\, 111111llIr t'l>11I'wac; marked by Chinese and
eleiraut line of suitable articles at :[ kept aloof froia for so ninny vears.i Japanese
the Hxbes. of inca and animals. "'t'Ir.rt HALY.-T'e most deslrsble lot Ja
J. I. Stephens you surely can find I,i Er-lht: responded to his card entering:: I: 11'Olt! city on eaiy tfnm. by the Fisher
II '.h "I II I them !still pushing) on, still straining something to pleae you. If you 1 the room with plight limp and with so Fancy Goods, Krai Estate A Ktln..y. :2uu)-, Houtb JalafoxAt'ANfKH

V. our ojes ftr a tli.stant; view of tim- want anything in thA Diamond: line str.-t. IW.lmV
uninviting a manner that F.dgar: WM:
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l..-r. be sine 10 see him before you buy. E-ther: unsatisfactory : FINE CHINA TEAS, \ ... :"1i'J'I.U.
repelled. gave; a very
I . :. _..
from the '
That night I lay: apart rest -- --
I of the secret of 31) South Palafox St.
little explanation -A
Everybody a n :lit to a Mtuation HS nurse-niftid,
home that I dd n.itJIHH
thinking; of the i t
muittight acquaintance with his mother. On c'mp..t"ul to take i-ntire -Io"rg""f .-
of this i-arth. they Laundry Oir.!
piece lvn.icola Fla.
? to M-e auain.: my wife my children. I tant. AUdr.M C. Nmu' ( rIi.--. Ijflir
for it. They hunt watch their!; the whole, the call was a failure. Ail:
The siidilt-vt thought U'.''-' what I L. TIIElt-h :: ;;
: cl..itu-e ti) get it, and get it. he ht'd: leiirui-d was that tie secretaeiplatntir1eu : : I-iWA'l t.11-H.: .,.t prIce
i,. I w.iultl! be their grief if tily I.fIhnt! (unto iurol'<( leather u. UH!.<> buy old
ThosC. Watson & Co. was m.ido: accidentallyduring iiiiilu-nuny furnllunMC..
F. J. I. 10....".. Sit
die in tin M.
s'.iouni WILLIAMS
r within few hours I : I
a I.:bUrllIlI"ut
'W\'t- IlIlP particularly: hue hlrjai: i.s! his absence I from home.A .11.-i. ": .Jim

I I,! agonies II! tbir t. ti oiT,T jl1-t no'.v atid they invite few djvs later Edgar: : met his uncle GO TRiOTOl: AND UllOE I \\, :o.II'.II-II'* puiin| to ,tlMUR bat a
Then I heard low :
'I < a
.. Oll t.) fojuo-mil investigate *ame. in the street. Thinking that time : li"tcl>me' c.m t..11 fr
f '()m . .
Andrews. isr,. taia
'iNH-ti.r I here!
I ll am will I rf't having done oxv "t.
oil never rp, had al h>sovd| him from his h promise. hiI5)UItl : ___ ditf
I :iruse iid through the pl!ni saw a ills EstimatePromptly FurluletiedJiI1jng4 -
i | forth his heartfelt I

". man in sombrero and Uiek>kin l -ckorlng 80W uncle: denied (mini I g furn I sIll.d I linn i 1 of All Kinds \ rfANTKlJ-All. .klLdi t"IUEIIMAN.of eirpty tuvilrf beer j

; I tin-. I c nld not dNtinguish: hi* of' lls/ PU1' '
-1 t tni'i!' ? \vlh; a dollar. Astonished. IMjrar: rush- -- .

feature*. btit I knew it w::< J..hn ilr..nL : 'i\\ K llMllJififyi'ilg.i t\ ailrl i-cl lionitre.ihcd to dlM.-o\er the! MODERN DENTISTRYA I ---.- ....,\/ot.'lIt'.. ....,.. \' uIih.-I....... ..... .I I
.ii<. I direeled !i -
'Wakening! my eomjiaiit
rut 'ntirtof! the loan: nail din..1 :into a A"EU IS luriv"'t'd' 11I"k PfopoMtion.
tilt in io follow! 111.'. I did lit Decorations in !! van- had old t'''' HTAb,, Kii "oiks.. Alt I
trunk where lie stt-n! snailtlitkhnuuks IMODERATE- I rapin fellers Lilx-ral terms
i : tell Ili4-nithit i.efiruliii' was ::1either :-ui.!<- etiind' at 1ivjl irasftrices (itM : of his; mother. After an i j jhour's t".d KM .NTAIN 1'KN a 'penalty iiurauaran-lies.

in the tlesii i r i'i the "pir'it. ii PRICES. Mriptiie |h"h mailed. Colion. i.bman *
it-fit & 'uinCl''S. search: li<- found! the ('nU'uf a : I'O.'ebtSbilih.-d.
1 1 1 onIf 11\1 I' Warren 't.. ,
: h.d: once s.iid to me. "Str: int: :<'r, if > "ticer Utjmsitears! before: i i \ ork.I \W

need'help to save sour life, I will Call ail Have Your TeetH Examined I
A i I | 'hhk at Esther Ejrpf.i. 110,0)0.This
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be there. $ ll liii i-ii-I
"i v i BEST FOR THEBOWELS is not a love Iotory.t least the |i ana get an estimate of the cot I
1'or hour's I the
kept on
-V. ) my eyes '0' e in it is not set forth. It Is gi\eli | of your work. tNOItItiI 10.0\ I 1'laU for s. puisipsiti.
tire I I'ful'1111', Now nnd again! somemember ,. vi Not n mmticine. .\ new deueujver V ,
1\) ho\v the luNfortunu which may .ecur -| 1I aouanH
cored. 11 ,,.
DR never f.I'
I of. the party mut 1'\11"1': for BOULTER tiuzirnmiiteti. -
of self ,
in const'ijtu'iice unlf'n'nluI| leaver. r IOerIiuiij.fiioag5 .
V rest. Then I lost siulit' of our guide. tion. l1usIthit'r! : liiirnes Umil EdcarVharton. : ITS.. I'alatDi.Opp.ikltP Content.CHOICEST '\ '

t When we moved on. there he waa he.'tly m .>*ro-nt of lb.II -.. -- j
I'. J. v .1 h. .i.n.t Ait a irffu r.or., '1 Iw .... \ though; only seeing him; bowshe HA IK ( jOU .,. 1
shadowy form barely distinct enough Loa 1,4w,il 14"I'- 11 a .1 ii...y..i l. irt ,7 11| .|,, '/rPfTi/J If-arned of his! necessity from his ,

Itt'" for me to di-tingui him: from the a."1J ....... fI', "I' ,.:. 01.0,: 1h.tile.r..o..11t tuei. Tlu. "AJA AH Hlr.Rt.PMsnutactnrr I
i' 'u- : I tt.i"w't. m .t I' 'rl a1 I kj4ng mother and furnished! the amount under and dealer in Hair ooods
surrounding/ gloom. At last I turnedmy ;I.or anl1 dcn u lo I.\.e Articles.lhlrOIl.ete..S'.III Hats. Toilet I 1
promise!! of secrecy; horrs. I -OFf w. OoverDment I ,
1':1.: !head to look for a sign of day. CANDY Wharton before her death begged; for .treet.- I I

'\. i When I !looked again before me, the CATHARTIC permission to tell her son and was re- I-'louur*. J..r I-'it l IL'LOWERs 1

'-S I :j \ figure Lowering had vanished.my ejes to my fPt-t. there In fu-ed in ,n are love matters story. which This would belli.}; fur com a :I f FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ij ( L' prompilvlutouquem.oripeciaId.5I5n.FOR' JStK..LH__ ___.:fornul1"- :"",, .I.l :. \V \

a spring of water! Mh. VIOlette : I :
2.h wits special purpose it is neet'iry: to say' -AT- nlttn.-gi" Mo.eno.aa Weit tir"I'Jry .
I have spent! years trying to discover calln EsI I 904Jm_ .
th.it Kdjar: : made another: I I- V. I

: ,jW tf John tr'r:1": ; at the time! aliveor thi-r iiud i without a word satIlil iVfl un C. APOSTLE'S _.ww.w CUT 'JAVlit.-__.___ ___ .j r I''

dt.iilVitiiitlt a\ ail. I submitted lucre.1.!I.I' : : lILT FIAJWLIP4 anut Jo lo-a: LPiign-. '
h" U'i"i": It-stlt! tlie sofa tt h_ V t
"- 1'1' to medical! socitty uf vv'.i. '. $peclai! d'-iWu: orO- ret for cuotr.m..re.
(1i:21 a !
<-ise i I I
Nit and i t t buried: IIN fa v I iu Ins hit iuul- I Miss IOII-U" '.lor-no. i:c'l Wr.It ( t. t

jJ3' I .1111( a memltcr. and 1 it \\:1" utiatiimnnsv EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY, r."t t!i.. t ,' d not restore ten tor :a dozenjear 14 Et Government s''t. ..1.n."J.: sr4gory atlini I j ,; \ !I

delirious and fol.iwe.l I' 4 'i
tit mil tl .it 1 was ,': .10 ., niisht :
--- -< or hIl1Iw"that( they I I. %d. H"I'"lrlll/.t' V
Sri .
I. .L\,:.: : ;:: \ in il'ii-'on happening to 11'>e V '.1' : Formerly Cordova ILestauranttian.j -
L.r -kS. t'iTlIUIG ; have I .I.1 tlioue1!! it gave thcu hni.pi- I riiv kl'n".. .t,,, .. .-,-
'"on the siiv.ng. I lave n<-ur I'tflhue Ill Si liT 11111".". I till tI.I'.r H" Ti'V.h. ness fioMi: c'l.n umtii 'it.UCTAV1A. One car-load of \\ hv..r ., Pineapi.Its at $I.i5 04'\
to 11.11' ,';.> tll'!
to brinmyM.'lf "I' lII'Ut8It.lm .
GLEAN -.0:0: In
KEEP YOUR BLOOD SAllKMAX.: to |2.uo per dozen. tV ADpIv tj
:: Y. :: Ssl'OTTlSWOL:: t Ctagroyeg luIt4ry
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Mi t 11 4, SOCIETY EVENTS STOMACH "The but not inebriates Cup that," i H a line Cheers w-- ,

His is WRONG originally to apply to tea! t ,

Ii '!1 AND PERSONALS :I Cotft'e-if expression of adapts the better itself guj as w, _

i only kind we handle. We ito

1"J" JI -- I have you give u. a tr-

; i: : Dennis Eagan: of Biloxi, Miss.. is !. with a good selection of -

in the city on a visit to relatives. and Staple Groceries p
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I 'p :
; 1 Mr. and Mrs.; Jack Grant returned 4' at

jl to Montgomery on the 12:16: : train to-1
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t day. NOT THE Pat Meflugh's

n \V. D. Doughty; and wife of Montgomery ,

I 4 are among the guests at the I

I Kscambia. Pf ne K,

I Hon. I. B. HiUon editor of the Corner Paiafox and R"Iu.'i!, : :jtre t.
: Tallah'i-! Capital and Mr;;. HiUou[

i : are visitors here today.

i Edgar S.; (Jiinby aud Cha;*. RJainbyof The trus,U.S-Government that uoea\\ay .. 1111">,,r rs..rai.a: J at I> '
I the TRUSS FREE solute perfect truss that >,., i. I"1: : 1 al. alTo '
New York were among \\ Ut. 'I'
I introduce it quickly th-i-a.-"" .- i .
1 L i arrivals at the E-cambu yesterday I.I.i D ach Mtiste. He don't ask, expect or want money-it1* free It' '* .:, 'I *"-a' w",.or'
sf'.ernoon. oc \ rook Maine.

: Miss; .Maggie; Bowes of Mew York I I
arrived in tli. city h it uislit aud is
I the 1I..t of Mi-s Lena Boweof :>J5Kd I CORPSE WEIGHED 700 POUNDS.
t I \\JAHrrn\J! \\[
: \ \ I 't Rotiuna !street. '

t Mis-.es Alma Vermilion aud Ada: :, Required Twelve Men to Carry Casketto I __

I t, Herne;* of Danville.\ I Ky.. after It I Grave. (Transactions at the .' .'.

plea- ii to-nuht for Nashville, to visit { I until next day.)
utmost strength of 12 men to carry to j

I /'lends there. I II i the grave the casket containing the I rIpuRr,.

I Captain Bradbeiit received a tele- '!' remains of Dennis Leahy, whoa funeral -,, lot February to doteAHPtve

1 J .. gram ti: i morning; from Uslve"ton. has just been held.! The dead '
tatin< that a fine btby; girl had ar- I>

I j rl'Yf'd at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. man weighed 7J'J' pounds. Leahy's I' dredge OnC BComvolon -,:.....
enormous weight had been acquired .
Wallace L. Heed.Mrs. .
I I' Hr in Margarrt. :/*;, HoUN"
within the past 10' When he
years. j
: Thom.ii Btack4hHar of Georgia to lull I'rausil l'oI
v.llh tn been the !gut of Mr. turned the 500.pound mark two years ] ,t-r. '
4 and Mrs. Krne: 11 url for the pitt I ago a physician pronounced his in-1 I \m.ehllatIieCLuee.- liunwoily ( o ."- II. .

{"w weeks. 1 tft today accompanied I S crease of size due to fatty dpgeneration 1' K, to order

; by here infant and malJ. I I of the heart and told Leahy his: !'

MiHildi r \ Blouut aftt-r ..pending( death was only a question of time. ; ('lEA I."". t
I i Dutch s. I Ilanita. IS.!... vo... '.v w !
I'. c-iruivi.1 w"f-k witrhw parents'; I AppreciatIng tke trouble his tntt-r- tll'h.t lo fur ut-noit ..11111.:1 ltimber. ; !
Hon.aiul Mr- \V. A. Ulouut{ left
T.Tl.i cf l hin lnnl-r Itleal i I
ment might his friends. I.
I cause ahy .
1 ld't nulit fur New Orleans* Li) retntrroplneNewcomb v eltiti U.) ;
= college.Mr. bunted up a plarp ot residence close to Ir: c. t.uIl8r..t. ::!tr. 110<10[-.'" s
: : Transit (0 for latnpico. wan m i
i a and it
( cemetery was to
1 I Fred Frere and bride hive returned -1 necessary coal slue $l.*.)
from their'briJ-tl tour to j I'carry the casket only a short dUUiic

nutIn J.ui"i:1ua.llnJ: luve taken: j jr : .rI MAiLED

i' njins at church Winter yn-torrfity Ke-t. and They were attended .' ,9.ifis;! fl1an h Putting All! the Force of Dyspepsia Into His Kick of a I FIREMAN WAS'B'ADLY SCALDED. Hhip(I.H.HlltlaUorn..n'r or Island

J warmly congratulated! by their legion Accident to Passenger Train on Siding -' Hrss Iii-ptfordTurner. l','d"-anx

<>f friend- : Dog Wiiish Simply [Happened to Get in His Way. at Clifton S. C. I .It\ Ilk /ctlro, rnnerHDo Htigfivnr for'.''llorlll"u.ll'ruh..r Km Writ

3', Hfov. A. I). Curry nitml. 1're-by- Charlotte. N C., Feb 13: .-A special lrs Margaret, Hixigfoa.: latupi u

:.rriu divine. who preached here ] Oood duetion; doesn't do much kicking.It between mealswhen I felt any feeling of I ulato the secretion and excretion of the dv- I from Spartanburg. S. C. says that
-evt-r.il tunes Home titus HRO. H exectej doesn't see all the little tr.>ul>l...(iti>tttimvs < nausea or discomfort. : gentiTe lluids and relieve time cunuesieiliondilioii !
train ='0. 31. due here at THE SIIlPIJISU'U'I'IEl.
\\"t'Jue..d.t.8I1J if he in the way of a morntn{ .alk. \\ lieaon "1assurpridatte end of the flrotweek of the glandand lIIt'mbf'anI'5. passenger ,
: I I.trrivt >' /....1 like kicLing-just In gaeraI or tonutaa ' In tune will conduct the midweeks before condition to do its word. When that!
any on thing l".pHcl..lly-t"l..l one ol appetite and general health mid thu is
: J 'vic..- at the. I'r -hytl'ri1in !: rttuttrt's l>ypcpTia Inblets soon a yellow two packages were gOIl..1 wa- certain that I done you need take no more tablets, unless 1 crashed into ten freight cars on tha 1l'IIH'f. "
\ 4 nurcli. 1 1 he !gentleman filled put.t dog. will not annoy YOU nor any of the bu>iQ *-tuart'. lij-pep-ia Tablets were Kolnic to you cat what does not agree with jou.Then siding at Clifton yesterday morning.The U \HS11I II !
".' !mnr4oclalcareao( the rt&y.Ttmt cure completely and they did not disappoint lake one or two talol..lI-glv" tuemneeded i
H MacbiKs from
engineer was slightly injured and Newptir; >esTFlMsIIH -
pits at IeFuuiak yesterday.'Jr. the condition ot Hit digestive orlIan. me. 1 ran eat mind sleep and enjoy my oof- help and you will bar no iroible.Ur. '
I I and Mr*. Henry lUars enter- ; IIHHB nmrKed t-iTect ODIn the cnarnc- I fee and cigar and no OHM would suppose I Julius lie nun son on tbii eubjeciauya; I': the fireman badly scaldi-d The track >.
ierordi->po 1 t ilflt .1 th. otti ers of thn rizijjctvar.it uilN Ohl Hen Johnson widely said, "tb. I of friendly curiosity 1 wrote to the I health and of low vitality should eat meat I.I Is torn up for yards around and traffic ,,;1 in
a r/jC"ItI..n :P; iturday Hfternwon at I "ilHtt,ur.. lit Itvinn: dependupon the liver' proprietors of the rem-ili asking for information and plenty of it. It the digestion U too: at that point! will he delayed -4 hours. tier CIauditui2." Mchwaner to Wjch .>
u.e! TowerJ'reent de- : and it in a (net which none nm> dispute I AS to what the tablets contained feeble at first it m..v he easily correttfd by & .t ( o S
at this I f that Ii sunny d'>|) jiitituart' l>)spepsia '1 lib- I Tli t'an--e of the collision was dn* tier Louise Horn. S "'.. Ha -..l.-n.. In s
rltfiil fuiK-tiuii! w.rft Mr. and Mrs. ., front a lie iHhy dl'pulttoll than from any >i were aueptie ". piin ( KO>'eminent I lets after each meal. Two of these excellent to the tondnr l.-avlng he track and luuwo.lv .t ('0 .
rvrue-t lia.irMr.. an 1 Mrs. :;. A. othiertiueA ten i, malt dmstuseaud other natural tablets taken after dinner will ligest ....r Marie.1 -vl, Hhroid" r. tooil.r .
I 'I'&ullrh. Ir.;. Thomas Klokiheir 11.11I"( lariin RTirii! in on.. uf our prominont I di esti\e-, which dIK..I food regardless of several thousand grains of meat egg! or I I the engineer's inability to top the butch Uluadn, l.M. \ o.., t.. \\ I .\ .
..u-tt-ru cities t oluiealt I condition of the Molllliclllir. :' other uniinal food In three liour*. aiJ: no At1.,
'i| by > ntion to I tram iu time tti pn-\ent th' wrtuh.I .
'1 11.- ::.ille! Ihlliwitlv Hid Mho Allir liuoness too III II.. exervi-e itinj too nmnlutitlinueri > I Jeiiiii-ion man unere-tinu I wrticle on la liter how weaL the stomach loamy be 110 spanerartiia ItallH, r.... -' ,, S
III! ii I lei-i| u- r..lr.-hutt1uti| | >'1 tumlllie'itii to PitY nature'> I Indijestioii aud djbpfii-ia -!t8. ":Nino- trouble will bH experienced If a regular I Ncdilv all: th<- ("oadub wen dvraiitI. iiurn: lillDwody A e. .
i ,'rt' '4t't\'rd. tax IfUcJ III the! form of fhronia stoniH.-h tenths of all people "bf) apply to n... for I, practIce is inaile o( USIUKlunrl's L>>spp- I freight cars shattered and the enpin--:; :PBU I-rguiula. !'->!. 1 ..10". I.. i,,, s' S
tronlile; the ulureof lit- dme,tiuu brought advice and treatment think the hint this slit ablets btcau-e the) supply the pepmand .it ".o
4 rile =NHW Orl"III": TIIIIPoI.n.Hllllcrtt: lilioat 'ik nervous irritatiility inakivi" it ailment I or that ailment, but I it lid oil do.1t i dmstasH necei-sary to perleot .11'11011. d'iiolislpil The pass*'liters "' ..r.' HAKKsIi
,f y4"trdiy'I'IIIIt.| !i ha 11.11111half- pon'-ib'e: t'> apply lijiii-lf to !iIi tiatly .m-I eTamtmit'on! that 11I..lrhul... truubluan and every form of indigestion will l*> overcome : shaken up hut th..nlert! no further Aldor 1''';. t'erreto, lo r -.i-a ",H ;
bv their
neaadrtnull> deraugini the kidney and es from poor digestion use p
'i.e picture ..t Mi-.rUulli( (J. Averyl Ui-urt. i iutiisown I Stuart's 1>\ --p-.ia 1 ab!..U at a disoveryof That large elas5 of people who come under injmu-.s It llililH hello. Ml, Morf l.i t". 1\- I
l -. city .tiiii -tv- "Mi--. :htellat worth he ,a"" "I' con,ulte' to HIM medlcnl profession the head of nervous dspeplits shoUld I Iron
I : Avnry 1th.. cl. HIIIIIl eldest i une |ih\iii-iaii. after another and eah oni 'I HTI,1 the pulilii They are an unfailing eat plenty uf ment and Insure Its prop''Z ligetlion I It Kacucin Hevello Mi i: 'ii.> nntco .s '
t ; '('Billed to underttHiid m> fii-e hut all I the I pefirii in all cases oldi>pepsU aidUisordernadijestion bv the d:ill} use of a safe. harmie.* HIS SKULL WAS CRUSHED. tirosit
liU,'hter ..f M I r. :tint Mrs A. M. -,,,Ii', they eai-h fiultil to bring; almut the return dueitive medicine like .tuart's HvspephiaTablets ,I I anna L. 7f.: I.elieraU to I'" .nIt l
: \ vry 'formerly: .II-. I"I iy (Uaut ,. of lilY former digestion appetite mill I.. \ltnos' e\er\hiKlv s diKenlan Is disordered ('romposed the natural digestiveprinciples ('oron... 1Ir,.'. I'.ozio to ..i,:. .
t j I f ... M ,I blond' light brnn hmr vunr. ror two >eftr- I went from pillar to ; more or less. end the eoiiiinoii: thing pepsin, diiKlase, fruit aoids and Fatal Accident to a Young Man In =Nor Ilo\'r.., Tss. 1.er-ui. : i W s I.It i iTo -
frvin fur t.ike) of the salts, wtucli actually perform the work of
: pu-t one nanitarluin to another I I they do It is to soiiuone Worth .
f MithlhiH$ griv "p..<. lluityii\ ..h, _;",... up 'mumok i n g. I ,|iint eo'Tetand even ro'i i mmmmtuy ho-called blood puritier-, which In diie-<)ii. Ctieap cathartIc medii-men iiiuUeradmg -,- County. It Horij.l "1&.1. 1'.IIo.rlllll r.. I I'.11 ,, ,
C 'pular l.uly imi of th. I.Iv..II..t '"iin-eil tn\ ...ul i y vMihuut an\ innrked mmnprovemmi..nt. -ueh things are nut needed. If the organs cures are useless for Indigestion as they "...",1. II;-. \s .-.. I.. "r.I.rI
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F >rti iineiit.f IVu-iC'tla l lt.. \Vorthiour.ty.J T. Champion a
rit-ty. I-'rinulhud often Hit\ised me to try a are in a clogged condition thev need only a have absolutely no effect upon the actual I ( prom t tina, ;ssI, aninoluio,. to ll'i>". n II'
u 1 de-f-rvi-dly. for her f.vveet urll' well known proprietary ineilii-ine Stuart. little help and they will rUht thtnin'Ues.i duration of the food.ervous inintoiing man ot that ('omnuinitwas > !Nor Mai-en. W6 hillefs.il tuoiiliiI F
| !t'duity uf in inner whiiili i Ins won Ii.p.-p.ii) l..hlo'h.IiI1.11 bad often p>ru-ed ', -.. irritate the eusiti\e! linings ot > thin blooded people should bear thrown from his and killed :us Norilen. "ill. l.undbt <. tu m i 1, r
( 'ft h....ts of hit'lId"11" the newspipi itdst-rtitmim-nt of the remedy the .IoJOIlOch and bow els aud often do more 111I mind that drum and stimulants cannot buggy It renniiColM, l>s,_'. MmoiL'ttl, lo 1'.., .dl,
1-1 t sraiul- hut De>ertook Iii) stock in BdxertSedmeli h..rll1lh..n good furnuh K'x'J blood strong muscles and I I lie had started to drive from his home .:
i LiUghtwr of the 1 ht. e"pt. .\I.\' lne-, nor could elie\t n nft\'.cent Purging j is not what is needed. The thing t"Jy nerves, these come only trout'itile- .. ,11I'.r rrunlca. KMihaw., I iS > I i
i i Ii-..ut.t furiiier reM'l'-nt' of New Or- patent medicine. rouhl touch inca,e to do H tn put the food In condition lobe aome. food thorough! digesled.a; lift} cent I to th resideiup of a young: Lily a IIU.kt" II' ,.1Br
*' i 1ait* 1'0 make it long tnry -'i! .>rt I tinally readily digested and assimilated biuartmI |.ox of Stuart. laiilt-t-t taken after meals mile aol a half I'istant when hi" t-otrang..r.iIl. ln.liki', :" onli riEHtiOuit
tj i bouilit: aoouple) of park..1 the nearetilruie i.I |>.\<-p-psia "labletido this perfect TheylilirtlY 1M a few weeks will d" you more r..all/oo.1 ':horse t'c-ame unmanageable and !
I 'ullun ill Ii lit I'rLl'r.lt":1:I;, "11,1 tlw l.tOre Anil tiK>k two or three tabl*.Mafter .I digest what IK eaten altO girt. time than drugs; stitilUlaiit aud dieting coinbined. ran Am Hurry Mrs-ei .pi-, toll-I.I I l !
', .,!ic.-r- 1 tt .. -/u'.tvir were hot ai-h meal and oeea.loul\.I I a lahl..t.. etomacb just the. held it needs. 1'b..y idiom.iriTinr aw dti '. \I..rrltt. lu Fr I

$' \i A pI.- -.nt iratlierui on burdj; i i One of the wheels of the husgv: UltiKgDNIJAtLKbIriJK! 1'101

L! ,v.>itt.Tditv :ifteriinDii' liio .>hipVl struck a stump ami Mr. Champion was
>.Uld 'irill-hrd eXL-ell'MIt: IIIU'IC clliriiiir : I ; Out the Funny.: I I BLAZE AT PELHAM, GA. thrown out. His hoa struck a tree 9ALOLAMTIAMHHIPH:

; th.. receiiio.i HII I a .lunty BIG FIRE Thee are the days of colj., harp: I -- :!I and his skull was crushed to a jelly
nctii nfl :t. t-ervt-d Tin enul' I .\\Iiieland Dutch sld I'ortln'boi! I Un
i : and sudden attacking throat and Warehouse and Dwelling Burned. I HP lived for two hours The '
yonD 1'.rn"3.' Hr. lull at T> ne dec .1
'1'lun''III.-t.. WHA Mr. and Mr.. lungs, and leading to consequences; Loss Estimated at 10000. I man was a son of Rev J. M Championand i.ineDngorta $pan, 51d iiuelva, Hertia .. .
I \. I'li-ulich M Ir. Hiij Mr- F.rnct4.ir AT MlUK\ { one does not like to think about. Pelham. Ga.. Ftb laThe cottonseed <)er. sid Leghorn H>*> ..
successful merchant.
a \>'esta, tier sld l.an I'almns Jan J
'. MrIU.icliiM! "'r. MIHAiir -, Avoid further expo-ure and iight -
: warehouse of the Trading N\iuifn-d Am, lid Neworltheb
". iKinwodv and (J< ..uiich. 1'h. the enemy of health and comfort
I with about "'><> tons eli ice.NucoloACcame.It.sld .
:i..rtyI.U..J the trim **!* tighter! -- with Perry Davis' Painkiller the company togtther: Fire from Exploding Lamp. London JAil *7

/roin hllw t-, --tern and were family stand-by for eixty years. It of cotton seed was tlostrojed by fire : Elizabeth City. N. C.. Feb. 13: .-A \'anloo.lI. at Hamburg -

ward; royally entertained IIlt.'r-1! Early Hundiy morning fire startedin conquers a cold in a day. See that :. yesterday morning.:. The building; is a S lamp exploded in the house of Wilt>yI JiakKeAdsle.Ger.C17.stAlgoa

'oiiuii iinlMiit"- t'1t'jClilit \ijuirteruMoh .* !' the restaurant of H. Hofreiter at you get the right article. There is total wreck and the seed are almost I Taylor a negro and caused a fire at HAY Jan II

I ure decked with curios, of DeKuniak :and continued to burn toward but one Painkiller Perry Davis'. holly ruined by Uu fire and water.The 1 South Mills. 14 miles north of here, Arizona, Nor. i.: ild KrUtol Jan 2t
ltn.h111,1 The Hzi Anna. Or.sld Havre Jan 11
many UpH4. <" -
the beautiful Chautauqua dwelling ofV. S. Atkinson immediately which swept the main business and Albion. Kui at Deal Jan 0Aniti
> left at 1:1o: ye-tt-rdy! NftMUU j F. B. Bruce will send an expertmechanic
across the street was also aIt.ff3aTencrhlTe: NOT :/IAnntbal
residential of the
portion town. The
i i hotel. at one time endangering that to your residence or office Nor. lId (Jenot hue itAtlaallc
IIOH.: I.M'AMIUV I fine tourist home. Luckily the effort and do any kind of lock key, trunkor totally destroyed. together! with all the fire raged for four hours before it wu Nor. Areodlc H 'carlpbil. :;>
I outhouses, only a portion of thf furni- Nor. sld A I Igo* hay Jan a
11.1. 'IUN I JI.NIe3I. door work you need ; call phone got under control. TWf'nty.flve build- C.olmbalore.
of tbe citizen* and a change of Nor lid online U
;3.'j(o. ture being saied. By the most itren- Inn wer destroyed The loss Is estii Cogoatl. It. R?l. a Mamolllei lAD Ulioocrag
K. H. Jo..lynof Milwaukee Wia.. the wiud prevented the flames from uoug efforts of the assembled crowd mated at $40,000; Insurance $15OuO. Sor. lid Belfast JAn 15:>
Maria U. lid Palermo! Dee
,* in llir city and on yeatnrday purfh eating up the hotel but a serious loss .New stock of JVindow the large cotton ginnery of VT. S. Atkinson ': There was no loss of life. Wa.dalena. Nor, lid Mootevideo IMSJ 11SordlTiei

.mifrotnJ. It. lirittaio tt.tf wa entailad. and the oil mill of UM Hand I. Nor lid Klum Dee iso
pros Among the places of business destroyed Shades, 25 and 50 cents Noitro fadr*. Il.sfti ild Cepe Town Jat
I rat lent of Hotel Knoauibia. the Trading; company were saved from the Featherweights Fight (live Mount..It\lid Leub Jan 12
I, t, -w nunaK-er to take coaUol on Hat- ] Oawthon'a were butcher shop barbershop Nlpe's!. each, complete, at Wm. amee. For a time It seemed that Salt Lake, Feb. 15.-"Silent" Rowin0f Urn her to I. It. lid U ooa JAn t

urday March I Mr. BHtAin. who Variety Htore. Cawthon's Johnson $ Son's Big Store.In that entire portion of the tawn was Anaconda. Mont. and Phil BCHOONHg.Lym .
\ photograph Green
of tliiA M Am ild Me
(>*. tuad a ucce 4 popular I I doomed. Q LAw. Portland felt
riM.tflry.vrill. it i I.. understood eu- : !gallery Hofreiter's restaurantand ----- of Salt Lake. fought to a draw in a 11
in f..rmln)( in thu cunty. the postoffice. CaMe of Accident. During the fire J. M. Hurst. manager l<).round contest for the featherweight!
fjff The entire lot of burned buildings for the Hand Trading Count Tolitfll Improvid.
.. hotel of company championship of Utah
Mr. Jo-lyu ) a oi*n eipericoee Accidents will happen. Mother and Montana
were situated on the !south side of the was struck on the head by a falling Yalta Crimea. Keb. 15.-Count To!
Ur hot U ,
I hare managed o in and each of them !strain her back lifting a sofa. b-for the Salt Lake Athletic club
i'tftt.aud will oo dub be railroad were timber and badly stunned. stol is aomewb&t improved today. Hi .
various patronized Saturday by Pen- Father is hurt in the shop. Childrenare last night. Honors were about upn I
*uecful in t.t4 uw venture. The !oacoliana who took advantage many of forever falling and hurting them The entire loss Is estimate at $S-, to the sixteenth round. when Rowan pulse is SO and his temperature is SRI

I-*** lie acquire* from the retiring/ I thH cheap excursions. !It'lveThere is no preventing these too to ;10,0->0. lioth losses were, partially l"f'i1'f'd a jolt on the jaw that almost I Jafactory. The change for the won

m"IIII..r .tefld.tb'UI Jim year or The flre wa-i: not long in burning things, but their worst consequences covered by insurance-: The origin put him In his condition which occurred l IL

I J through next Ftbruary. I :and within three hours after it had : are averted with Perry Davis' Pain- of the flre. which waa first discovered rut.Wanted evening was taaied by a spread
killer. No other remedy aDnroaches ,
I started! the buildings above men- In the cotton se 11 room Uunknown. the pulmonary inflammation to '
: In
SIKXIIYOltlil.K Burke
.\ : mu County.
it for the relief of ore strained <-
tnnM were in a_he-'. Th loss will ,
? The
right lang. inflamm&tiua! : !I.
-- i Columbus. Feb. -
Ga. 15.At thA Instance
t. cle:. There is but one Painkiller I -
the little athe
",' Mil! heavily on town
Mow nile
(\t'r \\ntkk ginnIng to subiudt.WEEKLY .
) I I Chautauqua his jmt been commenced Perry I>avi of the Columbus polk-c.] who

M iliy people U-e coltiM diy After and the place was in the ---- --- A TRAGEDY OF THE SEA. have been on his trail. the Out-Ilka au _.. -- .

,I ,I ly vitliout an uia of the serious height of pro-penty. The amount of If your stove pipe leaks I thorltles have arrested Charles :Mitchell .

work!! It ili"-* with nerves Mtomachl the l'e. or in-urance could not be Captain Blatchford, of the Bark Chas. I alias Charles Hlanrhard a negro; HCIIKOULK

I "'wrU. .Hid 1 *"II1..til\l m With tberv ,i-certained t. d '.1. smoke, buy new joints and Loring. Tells Thrilling, Story. who Is wanted In nurk county. fJa. FOR STEAM DIVISION
..-, IK'art :in.l kidne> ... I Its work is elbows
the Wllis Savannah. Oa. Feb 15.
i, -- -- ---- from -Captain on the charge of murder The Kurko
d.iur .:KTiid'ullv. &t M, he iinitou "9ACOLA: KIJ-XTriUGTKUMlJU.:
_t"t.. th.t 11"\ ,.t'I't..r "hult' i.,- \'I.lrcm.Em.: .: Hardware Co. DIat< htlJnl. of the bark Charles Lor- county officials ha\''' been notified.
I ing. whirh arrivedcstenlay from HAlLWAY COMPANY
div .ind a littltomorrow IUI.Jlt) on. 11111.JOOIlH; : ,
I. 'I I and flu illy the mrvece'U'irtMmly: The mo-t reliable preparation for New York. tells a thrilling story of Ravaged by the Plague. Tranl! lese Ceaiacol for the 'I .''*

'f t! 4 i hrukin do* n :.i'td ttieti Ntture 1 lf hI- The happie-t ladie- in the city today kidney trouble* on thf market i isF.iley's his t-xperifntf and the probable los ,: London Feb I.', -.\ dispatch to Hayoa Fort, Hilt Harrancai IWijoo Wsrrlngton at \a" I mad <

1 f .: ,.a1i thf c ill for help. form A party wlich arrived at'': Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Al- of two shii\sn-| <'K.-il stamen off the The Kxfhange Telegraph( from LaS .

J'l It :* .\ i-1. l'r"l.u"ltllll1[ tli it if :iiit4U Hotel K-cambu TheP emb rte. (I2l :S.: Palafox. North Carolina eoast durm? th.- night bore sass that un.?''r the nff<'liUlI'of :::'ll) a. m.arrlve at Fort Karraci-il, IlIIsi -:':
rMturday. I A. m. arrive at Fort IFarrar.at a
I' Ir vtnlituM bna h..II,1 tchen.ich -. of Feb. 5, when U fearful storm and nonintervention the plagu.: i b rdv l.UOp.m.ftrrlreat Fort Hiirraneat >' .
0 :.. trouble, or any uch ..uli Let) 't\II-i"-: uf Mr-. C. H Jack- H.fi' J p. n&. arrive HI Ion Karrai a <
i I the
,. r ... .. voId prevailed aging l"unauh and a tlwuoanJ: *:15p. arrlv"at Fort P.arran5as "
I i>-i at Intervals .itai .titi, of Loui-\lll Ky.. Wife of thr m.
'*!1hi c 'tU \\ "fik an I ntrvou I .
1'.: STLTfEI' I Captain Blatthford hanl a try fror'h.l deaths\ are occurm daily. "5o, p. m arrive at P ort BltrrAln'a' i: .
I I : >> 'i({ i* wr> :t'K with ibt food or comptroller of the 'L, iVX ; MilUldm.tu --, O <- peopleluiull I Trains leave Fort Karraacai fi- i '.
H S trvafewi > tvhich seemed, to fonnfrom al
Ir : .t nd till.. q'I"-II I MII -luniM be \ I cola at
!. I of n..trnit1iC': I., iuul CElEBqlTtD !.lies of the Hitters The fine-t line of
I.If Ir.1ti! : nit und -r his vehsel. Looking "terlinfrooils silver
I I" over
111. : ot ttt HI 1r. 11111) It will T, &a.m. arrive at I'TJ-HO isis >
t I 't ,..."It..1 ;a11 "III" C' ,I! I}.'........ MrS*. S. Ilanuih. m-! (oliur.br-: J\ .tr>'iitden I ti. I the side be saw two men in an oll'n; ;? and silver covelti s i- to be 11;'<) p. m. arrive at rVntac', a

II' ... tiy! bre.ikiu( ildiwu ilidin .& O. )Haunihof of C"iuuil; i- ai.! .. n-'*ves. r'-ture. j boat One was l lying down as if dis, found at J. J. MephenV. Prices to iy*> p. m. arrive at )'ID aC"a '
t Lou m arrive ,at pen>a:'o
with the :\ "Il..r to tl i ti- please all. p A -
1 folly. ptrtyJut : ;. 'I' ti r. *tcmmi aIr -,1 : alilod) A rope was, hastily thrown, I 7.0)) p. m. arrive at Punsacol -
4.-v t. !. ..\ .. ; ffootf-e if one !previous,; t'> tbe tl-jjrtlir i !tIt. YJf..,, 'u... .S..5p. m arrive at Fennsoii a
s ,,... t'.tUIl1 .FH3d Uii rl otto, Ilr"l'- '.. Muetv.tr ye-tt-rd iv .ifteru i.'itie :. or ; jovt-rl'oard and strufk; th small boat :Send your bicycle down to F. J;. -natnrdayioalyFAKE .
t 1. ) Uiie-. and tiie U"in\-\ J ".., i hut the mtn were probably tun ovi-r S
1II.llt. ,..r P"-tum II" ..111Ie : uijuuit \ .,. S T.rue.and have it cleaned: up ailfj a FOR WEIK DA i'B

'" \. 41 ('"nc' rt.L\'r ..nJ a '1P ...'I M-rui-rr a M-it anu wruaii' ni- -- ;S Dy 1. I tome by roiil to !<..ill:: it. A boat was; pair of Morin & ",VriRht brand new nl.cIA: to Fort |.arr m."t .na! .>.. ..'

,f bo II ('.II.r| NAtiich ctt1t: ... tn 1j ed tllH' I 1I:,1: ln/hest rju. lity tifput on. all for reaiaoolatoPa.meitoKeachaad Hen'acola to Navy: 1 ard ai.d -.: -r8CKDAT *.- :*'

.:"ld..tJ, brown \\ !h.,!i ,'r".1II h .i.LI..J. tired. -ailor- and' t'.,"i'i i- r.tn':pjtlietnelve S KI i the seas were so high that it waal! f j."i' !. -
t j O.Lu-Iit'.. tl... coil.. Jriukeruitli on de\'k. tin tip. hard -: _. --- ICHEDCOWhen ,
and it n-ost swamped and one of the sailnis '
of tl.! It. I elli i'ts of I'l.ty..J and otht-r test:mm.nU if : and : I weather pcrm' t'
.. ">ul uiv tl.e re-ult oflifting honor were conft'rred. b Malaria., fever : knocked overboard. By the time th. (1a"e \\IfinOV l'J buy ing onen-. -- coaches.Leavi- .
.gp ; "I. tut. -ntrary. sailor had been cued the other )'eDe.cola. LT Ion 1srrsrs'5a.m.
STTOTMAECHRS r" ; boat t
oft In ., of the ,i.vfiil )
tune Q
: i'Muiu I 1001 tue relmiUiag and Ague. I unnr furniMarston :. 10 a. m
hid. the lad it-- today were enthu- had disappeared. It m
I bf"k\; .id.iw u nerve Cei.ters byti.i : I 11 a. m.
t!. f.'i.d Innuuts containod in it. u-tic and will forever hold in i The Loring cruised back and forth I I lure at 5 fjuina's; t p. m. i P. mIp.m .
t &'.*tuiu ir a pure fo.}.' iioveragemide memory their M-it to this pUce until morning without getting any Great Furniture Emporium. spin p.m
- - -
J, by M-lentitlc food uuLeraud and more especially\ their visit to a further sight of the boat or its occu- ;> 4 p. m pin

can b. depended upon absolutely for foreign warhip.: NEITHER the captalo. ownen pants. Captain Blatchford is certain !' _ _ 5p.m. spin.
nor Coosllln..s of the l m. Spin.
They presented the oilicera with p.
ret'ult that ..
t. U. "\lrity and the good flower and one of the lieutenants uerman n Orion will. be ihat both must have perished. i, The remnant of the Heinberg VAIl ro. IUITDAT
j follow iu use.TobrtngQtthe. I responsible for debts contract. Bros. & CO.'s stock tlnlacola to art: Barranca NIV,
: flav'X and '* grocery will be lard an4 rtiara__-'._- lilt
: Postuui mu.tMMilt\d at least honor of taking! them ashore In the E'IJLFF. Sl1bscrib---: the NEWS lOc I sold by the assignee, F. E. Brawner, PiDueoU 10 ralmdio Jiae&Hofriimirewivwliltirl.ilp III'
i Baan Duuwody A Co., per to merchants aud Uf
1 launch of the cruiser. t1pain.on5inew. consumers at sac- r.sar ___--
private -
I U Bioale after tbe boiling beglnl.: nu&S. week.
prices. Going fast ; csll quick. m.

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