The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 18, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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PENSACOLA FLORIDA, offers to epositors

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'. SL'-CK, BANDITS. I I WAR REVENUE TAXES. I gone Protestint on a ;
1i i :, service .
., : y Florida Sheriff Large Crowd Filled Galleries Anticlpatmg menu ; "'

.)- t I Jailed. FROM GREAT Debate on Bill. I music. I |
".-I. I IT HnryI 'QUAKE atoning ,
Washington.\ Feb 17.-There was a
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i I large attendance on the door! of the o Ins and I

,'. -.tote' ).'.. Luteat atta< It Bursting Volcano Adds to house and the galleries today In anticipation I At the : I
of the debate on the bill to
war. leading i I the Horror. repeal the war revenue taxes. Just '1\\ l're two I I I
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prior to the assemblage of the house t I
'. .' I the committee rules
on met anrlajrl'I1
t 4,000' HOUSES WERE DESTROYED : on the i
the form of rule
; upon a special
,.'I the Jail. ''ancte !
for the consideration of the bill by I
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Further Details of Seismic Disturbance the terms of which it should he I Today :
k ,IE to the as not ] : !
i yet
brought to a vote at 4 o'clock tomor
t II!!. 'U \Vinchei In Country Surrounding Sham. Rev. T*: : I ;

:,k gun m her I 1 I aka Show That the Disaster Was row.The chaplain in his invocation prayed tor's sin, I ; :

Even Worse Than at First Reported that the life!' of Representative ganist; I!
.' -Ad li-r and I led
Sheppard of Texas, who a
is dangerously !: -
I :i i her hands. I lUkii, Transi.C'aucassta., Feb IT.ivtails .- ill, might be spared. I them all

i "Mrait.'d ui whil h are slowly I arming at After Borne minor business had been :I vices and
: i ,>*; M s liarrl Baku\ from Shanukd t-huw that .1110: cleared away Mr. Palrell. of Pennsylvania I choir jit

,, ",' ,1 i tutim I pt''rBon, mo>tl> women and children. from the (committee on rul's.prest'ntr'tl I' ;
i ,. >.- mi all i t perished a* a result of the earthquake the special order agreed: up I I II

j! ." ?' ,tat I last week and that 1.1<"I 1 IIOUMSurr on by that rommiUI'P.Ir, Dalzell t I !: !

0 i I- !i.tllK'Tt jlt'.t ro>edThirty explained the effect of the rule. This General :

.. ,tit a I four Ml'ages' of the -ountry measure, he said was presented to I In : !! !': I
wlntran i .s-irnmndmi! SlmmaU also sufiVnd redeem! a pledge made when the war I Mania.
: ,i -h 'I'I T :add to the terrors of the nushboiliH : revenue taxes were Imposed that ntin Url!

i : a \il ano near the villa!:.' the necessity for them ceased they : lnsnrr. (. : 1
I' h ,' ">Mtia'-y, has broken out into ati\.' I would be repealed ; troops ; ;

'. I. , A great crevassn! has apirt i i mall a < : i l I

n' d wh'-nce immense flames: an,11 j Danish Treaty Ratified. !t Us no : : I : j
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e '>-ems of la\a are being!: thrown out Washington.; Feb. 17.-The senate! I al mil ha\ [ \ :
,. .0' h.. oarsor: the river Geomhaikai I today ratified the Danish treaty with. I dried h' I :

't. j, < i>-en alteii in consequence of its out am' nding: it in any particular. | been ;,i I
t f 1,1i ,,01 V'd i h* inn dammed| with earth uhii h provinces ,

ha t I---n ii-) .' ,. .. .. :Many are !Skkly.. I
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\ Mother dr"y'& t-I.t Powdery f<)f ( hi!"
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of it'iards and Ih-.adt. efff( is o' : : '
I dr. n. used by Mother Gray, A nur,.> Ulultlren'B '
\ eo. : -"''di'-rs with tents have bet'n } ed! in !: I j
', I'" \ ..-. ..' i < Home Nework. I'.rcak: u|I : I
d- in in Shamaka to aid! in the Cold-i In 24 buurs.curu t'\'rashn..' Headiichi General
: W ok l'I: !. -, .!j' *. stumacb' Trouble, Teething Pii-or_ latter I I I'
\ :: .r HiI It.I; t'" s sKtcty: is active inS dt'ro, ,.ml Iifbtroy XVornij. At druggist! rots of \\ ,
a'i'! ;t.,.' ,, .s .':.. Sample miilfil HtEK.: Address.A lie!) rienced : (
a. .. i I. I N. X.Champion '. 'I
I P Ohu.ted LeKoy, closing >
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\\hejler Got Rid of His! Rheumatism :-
(luran:; tin-winter IMls I wa: so ,
lame 11111I"lIlt;: in fact all over
I my bi. 1\'. that I could hardly hobble
I'f,. t' K iutaitit the around; :when I bought a bottle of
\'a"' t I'.at Ely' Cream ; iiiilierl.nn's+ Pain iUIm. From
w "li fir Knight to gold i the nr-t 'implication I began to pet
I I' ci>nu. Full ",z.- at' well, and w'a; cured and have work- '
.I..>t.\. irngKl.t. ami mailed J -teudilyall the \"par.-H, IV ii Eta.i ,- M W m l''[ l[ 'I,

K 'r..6H l U'arr-n: .. NewI'rnberta i ):n.;rtliwood: and medicine, N.Y. For dealers.POLICE sale by. alldru'Hti ,I

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Fi \ Uk.... .-I havifon HAVE CLEW.
wp', catarrh for twenty'
!I'. iii-id" m.* week I thoujht Believe They Are on Track of Mrs. Coffee
> 'Uinptlon I ir< tfln. b Voepel's Murderer
i < rem Biloj and in three
.' d'..rharge *tr'ppd. It I h New York. Teh. 17.-Although nn arrests ARE
S..Ledteio. I have U"6.1 fur have been made as yet In thpm81prloliR I

V. ry truly. murder of Mrs Kate Voe- I I II
k"IK F:. KlM'l.rHI-lKI... pet l Friday morning In her flat at 12!> I

Christopher street, the police are elated NEW
a LED COLLISION.. over finding In the flat a knife for

hi-h! they had been "arching! since
S v Hare Rf.jltt 'In
Fatal Friday nijht They bellene, too. that
"...0 Oft Collision. they have a valuable clew In a single WEST IhTCNOENCIA

!II rVt 11 Four black hair found on the cravat !
a. :'n a heed <>n < idlision which as held tightly In the .
trial! rtilMad: 1 mile! peels woman' hind
-,4.rl.!. ihu, morning: This knife, to which the police attach I
"'.C'''" .orthbMind crash no mach Importance is what" is
5.-'I'*r tram Th. deajKilhiif..iri known to butrh &II a bone knife. It
has curved blade /* Jeffries Hat : ;
III* en a .. Inches long and Grippe.New i;
flit < B inheal crush pointed York Feb. 17-James J. Jef- S-. : :

I I'.' burial under his The *'di{A 11 dull and the blade somewhat fries the champion heavyweight; pugilist Cehn. a \ :

.4i a u and sperklM. but whether with rust is sick with the grippe at a : Talijoe. '
or blond must h,. determined by the hotel in this city. He Is being: attended I merly \ ..

1' .a I,...,.., engineerS chemists! On the handle, are two sprits, by a physician who said today I
let < ruibed and apparently blood am*. The handle that the pugilist was in fair condition In a If) "

'It, a' ilri brok.a' appears to harp been recently sroUrf'd.1 and getting along nicely. ,, a hour :; ; :
I I ful ] /"
F bert' hf died <<:
j jCamd'n.
Brigadier General Cooper Dead. '
i ed
Trial of Lawyer Patrick plo> a I
NT .I.. Feb. 17.-The brigadier !
"a-v Ultown.. fire New York Feb 17 -Knnis CardiSl, I rant. .
.. &.. .11 i'niched.driven. assistant! cashier of the South Texas !!pnlral'illiam II. Cooper commander 1 i carbolic \ \ :
national'i' I
of Second brigade
I the : cause in
.5 , b..rl' National! hank, of Houston Tex., was
an tI..m"n I the flr1wltn"ts today in the trial ofPatrick 'I guard\ of New Jersev died of apoplexyin I I : <<: I .

.. !,.' aceus I of the murder if \V11lum his ofTue today. He wa.: born in .. : :
I Bristol I'a., in 1814 and01.11 a vtteran !i
he had .
nate.1"sett.. M Rire Mr Tardill said hemiaris \ :
: ta"r" Been Hlc. writs often and that Hice of tho civil war. j i > i

., .: htl y !Ult I always l looked at his pen to see if it He Recommends Chamberlain's Cough county a? : I, : \ '
was cb-ar. and if it 110 as not wiped it
w rufn !
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Remedy. j jIttinedy I
, .; :rraKen on hit. oat before writing{ The witiiti. !1! j
enter ; ( !
I l'hamlJ..rl.1iu'.Cou h
shown the di-imted i 1 han used !
m uih >ri was signatur '
i tram, i it -< and att.Tiniinattou he declared for a number of year and |i { : ; \
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have no he-ituu-y: iu -ayiu;: that it. : :I
I at tilt tbui to ht lorperitlien rpllll'tIfor oouah-j.: cold* .: I
i 14 the best : : i I[ .
t and Ihaveever tied in my I 'i I
croup !
I I'h" j li\ \ !ttoii $ct ready to :: family. I have not words to c-x 1 I I I ; I :
s inn.; folf.. I Ir my confidence in tin i Remedy. Mam I 1' ; i !
\ prey
plant spring gunlcn
( i/our I
. iuv differ I,i -MK-. J..1. MuttKK. :\'Ifth'tH,1' : I ins:: the I 'i '
! ', !'i I trouble' '!'buy >l<>"r garden utensil Mich. For -:ile by all dru.gbt* and this 1 j I I i 11.

vMr*. S. 'i from lie 1 IIY///V! II aril ware medicine dealer-.: I I Frank I I I: ; ; I! : l''
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wa. destro I
,' I fr.m any Co- ___ ,_ Buy and Try a Box Tonight. with : I ; t t I

:.kmeh .t F. E. I'-ruwni Idol tiou:ht the entire While you think of it, go buy and ': were .'. : : ; !t .I I
sale! by all line nf boyaiul :irl-! s-hoe of Cathartic I 1 ; y i
b of C'ascarets Candy srhovo.
I d..ltl..r try a lJX
f 01'i :.It: the l.evy- l'ou tn.-" -till''' at a srreat ;
I lurg.un'and will ell them at leis ideal laxative, tonight You'll A : ;

: are ij t tll rr.ult in tluu factory co-t. ,__ ; never regret it. Genuine tablets ( JI t
i hake I
of uegl.'ctcd. They canup in
i'stamped C. C. C. Never sold a !! t I I ,
by "unir( Kol-v'-" I Knnw One Sure KrraeJyi Hump, i I
bulk. All
: druggists,
I I.r \V. .\. D'Attin- AD ohoot1I.Sle e" i la name u r 'tli.t..loam. I t
Ptlrfna..under O.A.STOR.XA.- : ; 1 i

JO'OU want a magnificent watch 1"6 Klan Yol Nara Buy :
your _rrfladll for for little money? If l0, call on Beast the : \
and make them look Stephens the jeweler He will ac 8utvo! ,# I \

w t+tsr Lundr) commodate you. 01 keep prices. j jr

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Ii I ; '''1,i, 1:!I The Story-of a Pioneer. I III |I GREAT GALE SWEEPS i I I ii zoological While The the pardons Siberian keepers exercise in Tiger.the various great i. -

II 1 ,. i' Topeka Few int-n! Kis.are more, than: widely Thos. L.known RosHP i THE EASTERN STATESSnow I rare from in chilling protecting; wiiul,their there charges is one :

I U the pioneer real estate (dealer \ member of the cat tribe who stays (sjj

1 thMe, having located in the t',wn in I ia an exterior care of the linn houe

> lb"3. He wa- a puttrrer from lIy-s.\\ Falling Fast and Wind even on the colder} day;::. He is the
i t pepia\ until he heard of J\odlIII..I' >- :
In Siberian tiger in e'York':> me-
t I pfpd.l i Cure. Cyclonic Fury.
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1 native land that he nerd, } not fear for infants and Children.

: i I.1r..I\l 'I, anything in the way of coM that :! astorH i
I that city can produce. The :Siberian ;;ori<*. Ihup.tcd j Sthiiiir Sjriips. Jt i is I' | ttuiitaii.s ,

) i Throughout the Entire East Terrific When tijrer; is probably the lar;'t-t tnomlier! iieithiT Opihut i )Iorphine nor other \..iroii j
f Weather Is Prevailing and Traffic. of the cat family, and} >one claim t-t-tutce. It h-stn \ sV rm. and alla} r -\ -rs..,. (
it Ilitrrllu'attd 1Viui1 ('olic- Ii'
Jt rc-Iic\ ,
Land and Sea Is Being for him the added; di-tinction of being i i-urc-s v Tth
1 Beth on You iti"; Trouble's amiur >- Constipation.+ It reulatt, tho

M I II Very Seriously Interfered With. the most ferocious. In the winter iI Stoma -. anti Ilutt s-Is. i\iiiT lu-altlit ;roil| natural MC.IIThf *

\ the exile i is: one of the most attractive I (.'hihliTii'I'.iiKuraThe -Mcitlier'.s rr.,1

; Wa. tiir.gtim. Feb. 17.-The: ,sever Eat l features of the menagerie.The .
The Kind You Have *
1\1I torn which stalled on the Florida colder the weather the more Always Bough

}', and raged along thodbt ., feelnw of undue fullnessin I
\ oast I irtay Do'ou have a ai.imat'd he b-'comes. lie paces II > Bears the Signature of
sour or I
::11 a northward direction is not the stomach, Mchings or

'''ntlat j off the coast of New Jrrbej, bitter nsmgs' These are but a few of ( the cage all day Ion!! with eye: II ..aatil

<< at -'ins:: to the weather bureau re the symptoms of the diseased stomach. plowing and head erect, longingno I
The worst thing which can lie done feast the rMchildren
doubt to on
>oitj icisi'd on the telegraphic ad-
{ for the stomach la such a case is to Like
I vte rent at !S o'clock this murninK: some tablet or powder which merelygives who gather in crowds l his

t ; Th storm at that hour was central at temporary relief from discomfort.The priou. It is in hot weather that

a I AI at.tic City where the wind was best thing to do i j. to begin) the cur ![ the other members of the cat fam- I

: ii'owing with \tloc-ity of 2'J.l._ milts of the disease bv beginning the use of i I ily hare the lau
an h ''in Ur Tierce's Golden! :Medical Discovery.and i cot"in, a, the saying i is. The i, -we r"TOU. rd...... n ..u.... ...... MEW 1 .. r'teTODD
discJa-s of the stomach I
'I At"w: York City[ the oJi< idl re. other cures organs of digestion and nutrition. j :Siberian tiger has no winters of discontent -

I. ,..*. t.B EbL pOI I:- snow a tflcxity of 38 miles an It makes the "weak" stomach strong, ; he has: summer-: It is pitiable -

i hour which( is expected to increase to and the hotly in a condition ofvigorous
puts to see his sulVriiir! : when the AND COAL.
I ';11 miles during; the day. The storm health."I .
I, Ynr 4i> year he write sun begins to warm things up. At
area I this morning extends! from south was trou'led a long time with .h"p"I"' ;M,
with that
my wife and I-nitf-red torpid liver and! ct.nipatiuu."write' Mrs Julia: !i such times the }poor hoat lie* on theI
known i rn New York dose to this section "CouUcarcrlvat WK EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRAD1}
: terrible in ilady as dy-pep-ia K Deal ot O-lwalt lrr.lcll! Co. X C
ur Ini1ier>i. n."We ot the country. The storm is inertasms all)III"' !; at all would have attics I floor of hica_e from morning.

I commenced to u-e Kodol l 111 turf as it moved uoith throisliNVtt of*....pmii mr
I.Vitpe-i i Cure on the recommendation : : York state and the New Kn,land.stat'.s I>r K v. rirnr stating im cvnilitnm and in a his mouth.

.ul\1ln a tiort. time all those terribleI : or :''; hours ac-coril.n-: ; to the tin, ..n'.to I unr lo...I.>r f ur Ixittle. aaii mie \\.il of Irllercei Boys, Rerrember Tnis.
i1lti .111.I ,1 .I'.I'.I.l torments p.i.sej Pillrt- and I can tat nothing I
( now of business take
Sharp eyed men : : \
run 111'/Ji.lions. will lie heavy snowfalls I hive !Utn n Olsen & Co.
away. My appetite, al-" my wife's, I want ant it i -i t hurt me Thompson
tine ti K'I k and our food could lie etijoyed already M-tting in in the south lied a ln
a'whentn were :'1. I am'' .rn part of Now York :per'ial storm turnot di.i al.,-' I I hart Xlte D.tUn Ui>l taken tnt mMiiic I1IM1Il10.. making up their e-tim.ito of what Ja.nrr.stL Street, Telephone 147. ,

I' ttlrtlitig77, warnings have been wired h)' the in I"rve, in.' tblr he is \vonh. A strnirhtforward.m.inly : \.

"I have nt -ulY..r..I'\IIt' day with ] weather Imri-au to its stations in :Nw' ) I"ierct1'leasaul 1'elleU cure con- bearing: !:: will help am. '.id to

my -I..m ic-h -luce I ciniiiiixiiceit to York and New England and to all 1.I.tIOU.
u:V Kodol Dy-;>ep-u: Cure, and I ___ get his way in the world, while Hie
railroad these u
reciimmetid It to all nf lliV fellowcitizen states companies through haphazard sort of a way u-uallv IIL'jests lie Star} Lanndn
-. The storm is pvppi-ted to pass off FOR THE CHILDREN : t to the observer a t errt'-pund- J ,

If jog haracti-r. .M.inlinc'':, i U not a ti
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Robbed Gambling House. hiterr '. 'nrprlae. caniMntoa can put on and oil like i
though it will het! along the noitllrn I j

I Clint..n la. Feb 17 l A during! roll-' Newtoundland At itoston Kitty liked fruit ter.t luurh. Po yen your S'inday: It inut have its i I Biggest, Busiest, Best !

k?fy was Mimmitteil! |here early today the wind had attained a velocity of kuow any little girl whit. ...-!' not? foundation! 'in the heart or it willi j jbu

11 ben two' masked men at the point 44 miles an hour this morning. Thestoim Her mother c.ltctiite It to II
; 1 ,f retolters held she did: not like to hate her take it
( rhln.ultu'soam
Golden Da's.Saved
ip : |pass.l i over this i ity last n !:ht. .
\1 '? without Irate, bet-anse she had onee or Don't Kick
blirt and robbed theInmateH
but the snowfall was light. There is Him From Torture. ; ;

I nun.l.ennn: ;?". of uiun") and no snow falling south of N..w Jersey tttiie made herself "ic'h} eating too There is no more agonizing tortible' t\r '.* it. :

e, ." valuables; amounting to $2' ;W. There toJa)'. many apples.' Kitty rent into i than piles. The constant iching and 'I :-: .'t--- if things don't run to suit you \

of li no I lew" the dininc riHitn alone. She Ktion copiedkomethin burning make life intolerable. No 1: 1" 1 may create a disturbance '

II -- BLIZZARD IN CONNECTICUT. ;; that liKike l tery nii-e. Awayup position is comforttble. The tor. r times if your shirts look like a '

Mrs. Catt Re elected. on the suleUiard, out of her reach ture is unceasing. DeWitt's Witch !)4. I meg grater and as if there w -

Washington Feb 1i.-\lnc.: Carrie Street Cars and Railroad Train De- was n handsiiini' glass dish full of Hazel Salve cures piles at once. For '' 'f.:' 1'.t, ) g', cream iu the starch if your
I beautiful 'lies and kin diseases, cuts" burns, bruises 1 .
pears grapes.Kitty's .
peat .
C. Catt today wan" elected I preiij j i| layed by Heavy Snow. : hUllln\'ih'll Home little aU kinds of wounds it is i unequalled. :- \ t \\J{ : fringe on them, or a hut >

dent of lh! Natl"rjil 1 Woman t Suf- :N.w" Hati-ii. (Cunn. Feb 17.-The mamma .
J. H. Oerall Ht. Paul Ark. 't hole to '
(I girls to spend the afternoon with her, says : big enough run your fli.j:"
rage association for the ea,uiu( year. !I most! severe: t 1no101 of the season.approachiLjt "From LS65 I suffered with the protruding (2 .
l I and this fruit was for her tea party. I / -:;; through mum i is the word' Ju-
ueaily the propoitions! : of bleeding piles and could
1 'Prrr lIa.Ulr..108.A a bluxard. hns been: raging in Conner She did not tell! Kitty: l leius. *h find nothing to help me until I used ';,4.1 s. bring them to this laundry und y-

l.hlla..ll1hlUlan. t-uu'ire-ts: that j jtrr i tie-lit since f'arlthi" morning Theeatber wanted to surprise her. '! DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve. A few ,,, r 1 face will light with joy when y

public and on r"I'olts' "Oh, what ln>o'fiil peaches"' said bottle completely cured me." Beware '!!,I' a' have attained your desire: at lust :
** plante.1 in squares | \\ it to be the edge of a
', 1. , ".\n,1 siili nice of counterfeits. Hargis' '
Kitty to ( geu'tlemau.
i : ,. look like
.tr-t4loiil. !-- <>f tbe nut tieartnir taI duturbantf which was cfulial out at ? a
I think Pharmacy John :,ppard, BidtieyKahn. :\
I rt"l y. II. 1",111'I ha I a sense tf honor :, (trapes1: Pear me, mamma
seaM might hilL gib me some". Too bad! It's : .
would If '11\11\:1".1111\ IH <, la
V even
\ < > K o'clock the wind was from the -- ----- -- -
ri'ltlllwlII! I dose I'll dot some though ALL WORK C. O. D.
Clip worst tiet hlioihood, !It it were tcplaln.l north blowmR :!& miles au hour. Rail Sot Prruilltrd to Clrrulntr Thrrc.AII .
Hint the nuts I.d.m.1 to them rodd pains were' delayed by the drift anywnj error of 11 new clerk in the mailing \
chair to the stile'snarl. TELEPHONE 114. 17 E. GARDEN 8")
Kitty pushed a up
t .txl that thi-y would only their i: fug snow and stieet cats were stalled\ department of an eastern publishef
If with She looked all around and 1 CVOOOD8 GALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.'
own property tinginterfered ;' in mall instances. was !responsible the mailing of aprospetus
listened! but no one was In sight.Hljimbe .
1 them before the 11I"'I'r lime. Then -- to a world famous statesj 1
wouldN \ the white cat, lay on the rug WALKER INORAHAM. Mana er.rT1 .
when the nutn were rn'e they Jersey Coast Swept. j man who had been dead for some
t and 1'olh. the was perched
.11 token from the tree* under the dir Cape\ :'Ila\: J.. Feb. 17.-Theheaviest parrot 1 't'arl. The letter was returned a few

tvctloii of theitt' fotes-try ilpartP of thEilltt'r is near the window mid wenKtl as sleepyas dalalt'r.! with the following Illdorst-
Ili f.-sUMl lie Initignrateil. snowstoira puss. Kiltliml.,1! tip in the chair W. B. WRIGHT>> GODPA1Y( {
+rnt and :i new day IRKIIIK trom the southern :New' Jeiseroait >' moot: ,
and .1..1 with her little boots right \IIImnllnm' i 1
< marking; tln-ir The wind is blowing from thenorthweht Ix IIEAVEV. -. i 11)1.
M nice plush c'u hion. She. (;..nll..m..n-\9 your publications are :lotti.rmlttrd
and the -now, is now inin MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS: IS
% Mornlnu IInluh" J.dl""h..' was naiichty.: but I'hUlln'l to circulate here I believe
1 < h.-s de"p The prospects\ are that would) lif useless for me to subscribe for
The nppciriii "> ,if .\ distinct\ mini.In .l'v care She rl'wh..1 up and caught: hole
the snow will ontlnue all day The tlum. Yours respectfully LUMBER LATHS
of large cluster of T---
a el.-ar sky the other morningre- H crnpe
life And here followed the name of the ,
bate-is are experiencing\ difficult : '
IIII'd n .-..n- atl"l1 i in 1:11'11111"11.1.. 't'he'' "I'll tell! mother: said a sharp voice \
pHtnilhug the bea<'Iies owing to the famous statesman.
txiw. uls vUilde\ for more tliiiu nil hour.l behind her. i ilL ; \ SAWED CIPlESnifflGLEHlll-Dritl SwPENHACOLA. S
drittiuj ot the mov and it is imlossi.hI. \ 1 :
It : but :
>r. Taylor the state chemist explains: was only Polly bray, Kitty I "
le for them to see mote than a few Ilnilapput'. Mrrrl ( nr iy"Ipm.
the pirture ns the ri'ttiTtiuu i.f the sun's was so star'led that she. slipped, and : FLA.
The street car system of I'.ud.ipest --z -
yards from the shore lie.s.Ships : :
the chair.! I > Kitty :
minute ,imrticles of lets 'ry<- Oter went ottn went
ray ixm| considered the beet ill the world aiidLas
1811l itmt bad, IHMI i-arriii hlih in theky bumping, her head and bruising her
Will Not Venture Out. been imitated by seteral American ESTABLISHED>
elbow and cnishins. the m her 1883.
and b> theot| snap if !'t" ertldayti : grapes:
cities Including Washington. The tinI .
I.pwes F>'b 17--A IlI'asnow.
<< dnraiion The heat from the sun hand so that the Juice ran user hern10.
deruriitind: \\': .' i. HI- a inml**!. The
storm taking here,
is seriously interf white Mie: screamed, and I
druc the through
]* atlllu-letit to liijht : apron.
stations are built uf porcelain tiles in- McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
<'nng with the cratt on the Delawarebat
; {left the dress slit
the fry bank and in this penetration: luiiniina pretty! was ,

the color* that .-:11I.... the resemblancedf It is impossible to t..11 whether making; for Kitty tll wear at the tea ( !o1.lallJ out. The ears hold fortytwoi
electric third a DIALSR8: :
the IK-
i pc-cipli. they run by 0
p'.eiK'itienon! tn n iHiulHtw set any tfsst-ls have iiasspil ID the rapes party und ran In to see "hata" the

..rntI.Irtlllerl. SIIKH" mnlmt-tit. a. the rte aiinnt mutter. You mat gores how .."..ry..h.. tail system, and the fare i is I cents,
the !stations !being at intervals of a Ship Chandlery General >Hardware.>
rtai h more than: :o cards from theshore felt that 111 place of the ilel.chtflll
of mile.Munufnclnrril.
nn.l llnllunn. ot thWSIM quarter a
anchored in the surprise she had: planned for Kitty the
8C8 ANn
{some exriiueuts with artillery fire brt-akwatei not one has \entured to little girl had made for herself! a surprise
( mull 1ft) 1I0nr, .
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directed .luaius;: :i "Hptite balliMili bate; mote dove the set','re storm began that was not nice at all. 11.CENCvREVERE. - I

tarn Hvi-mlt mrneil nut (iu I ;,'rmll u durum: the nuht It wits recently iiniouiieil in a Chi- COPPER COMPANi JOHN A. HOlmLI U'J: tiOtco .
that e.irload of niaiiufuclured -
1 at the schixil of inst rin turn at Alien llnildlng.The Cairo: paper a GALVANIZEDVIRE ROPE j A. RUHHEL HON'H PL'MPH"
iuey in the comb bad been re-
twh.1'1.. ..' hlI"11:1: ; allowed tou Heavy Snow In Philadelphia.Philadelphia. pime of word Imildliig! ; is played wised in that city from California. Ill Caws Ccr Tga hlt lt Gilt E id: (lDtrumsnts, Chrti. hcken, ChIli
.. ,.11.1 to a h<-iiihi; i-f :.T"' meters ,li'Mfivti. Fe', 17 The heaviest In this wii.t one 1"1"0 naoies a let-
icply tu this the publisher of The C/ )'1P4vG59.IA'TI
and nre' was o|"'ind upon it at snowstorm of the season began here at t<'r. which the |I"r-.n nt bin left handIs
American I the: Journal has offeredI
u tangs: of I.s ii meters ivory tienrlyf ruidnUkt and still prevails at'9 o'do"k oblige to follow with :ivtth: <'r letter C. McK'tiziH: OertlU;; CoIIeCtlth; .lgent! for Hi: Pilots Hciatioti < t16voIottt A..1J
I Jl.omi for the sight of a single ixjuudof
>.0 m janlsi Sixty rmiuds were to this morning with no indications': nl r whii h i-ould be usitl in forming: a 1'ej
manufacturc-d tomb honey.
lave Ns-n: rtred. but at the seventeenth ('easine; A high wind prevails and the Ttord. but Which does pot of Itself
I adds that h'- has beeu making this offer
the t4ill", \\'8"In..l... the <'utc-U>pewa snow has dritted\ badl) Interferon; complete! one. The third p'T im. also j, e ''r CURE YOURSELF !
!for twenty tears withouttaker. 1ndiu,; J
t.'rn. and the jras: ignlttsl; the cars with trolley and steam railroad tiatSr. Latin; a word in mind .mother 10,6(50 II clang I'm. Kit U lr..t st -d

hllln: to the crouinl.- Loud"n'lIit,1 ---- ---- which helps t.. form a "'"nt. Lot docs Awarded at Parlj I. Ioidara die hark. .iaain I- ftllmutibl .
6aannaed Jt ill I -1a1
t-t'rtlt. 1lZ"'h' IN SESSION AT WASHINGTON. not complete! one. The fourth person .Et a End.... t/f n ii i r. Iafle. inli M. and'i ? : .
does !ikettiM. and the Bailie: prm eeiN .
s. rattu.sCdtuGlcO,' aw.SIMC'a.ATIO
1 This Will Interest Man. National Society cf Daughters of until Mime jdaycr!: toils that In '''\ntmt COXSTIl'ATION.VhenyoiirfixMl told by raccll'l,

To iuifklv| introduce I P.:. H. H. American Revolution. add atiotlier without fitnihau: 'i wmilWlioeter EJIWIWINE U.S.A. or iful tipr.ID. .thud vri. .'
ItiitHiiic Blood Kilui tli. i.unou- Washington t'f'h. 11'h' eleventh ivOlpUtes a W fl loss one \ does tit di?< -t 7 4, U'0.l -t 3 Uttl D'pa.l., I.
'lvthebs'wei-beconleeli| /Lr-d tircuUr soil ou .
of his three Ilse propr
Three lh t-'i tl'i\
I. f utlii-rii btu d cure. into new continental i oncri'ss of the National
i tree.liiUH : banish one from their>'!I. r.fhe livIng :(lit the !liter in.tctivi. The. P"I-OM!" CORDIAL tpI CtCICHf.5Tf.Itl ["C Ll&w
hollies, we will l si ml..ibsollltely :?ori.-tt nt t the Daughters of the Amer -hotild be iinpiiritiethat curried -
)! tr.-itin.-nt-. 'itiicr.Uxnl i.-an H'-\ blot n mnveneil here today oil) makes a spirit of him oil arethuillowed! t HIE e im erdiriont for cure of Poorness U YRo YAL PIUS 6
: < :itccuinuUte. '
Kilin{ B. B; K. quickly car.ihf "- suit To 11I1.., the p'.an: of the g.Mi e a little of Ii! ,.!, S-n- f tros end General DC : r ,cll.
About +al
legates: and others cail-ltlg tn. t r
rep : N M >fAUK: HKAIi I 1 ----ase the serer 1C. trct them I [ *"'
uln.r.'r.. full. :fceni, itching clean\ !let that the leu.
r"'lIlind'3J1t"rs in states throughout us sy AIHIIM1H.K.1I..N.: : ISI'hIA the nc vcmd tui.ds: up the f.tir. jjsttmThere's f'\i iinnisin .. t I I
skm and lilnnd liiiinor-, ; ('. eit- J-. ....
rli't'r. h.itlnu in mind the word '' ''' '' i
the ar .\\1'1:11.1111 SM: > :-:-. The lie-t niediCltle : rue' Iiimit ,
country were The z--1 .
III;:. trstrnua-or.-.I\ iIethnncIpnnplrir''I1t ->, .. ..... ....,.I". .. "
., .
the '
congress; has before if I'lrjM'l.M.'o. names letter \ )'II'ru. to < I KK si ll'ATIiiN and prevent PARIS ::: if "' '' '
i.-ivr fruptinii. palnlo.u..r many mattersof
:\ '.'. thinking yf albatross, adds I. the-e dt-ea-- in Ho-tetter I.. Iou.era a lee.tlrnl. '-, c t ;; r. ... I .
la j .1 III-. rheutn.tti-iii, c.t- importance to the welfare of the .. 't" c' u l..frf..rl .
t4tri, or tuy blood or -kin tr.>uble. Daughters These include the erectionof N"I.: : thinkiii: of allure- ad,N :anotliir Moinach: : Hitters. Try a bottle and! J. I... r. I.. ...' ,n., kI

I It1-t.lutc IUo.d: It [ till ( H II. I1. tie 11- a continental memorial hall in this L. \ utortiiiiately! for hut th,s add. be convinced.DOSTETTER'S. Ai .' I

rvaynit' or |nnple., nnkes the the lion! forms the word "all," ff wlm II !11":
city adjustment of the internal
: bUw'd pure and rich and -ti\ps all did not think, and he loses ore: of >h> s I ; lots of money to hft made
che.uui liot.tnic lilood disputes among some of the western in real e..t:1tfo-lut.: of it. A real estate 1 11
p.iiu- three lite!!.
te-ted chapters whuh haveanted much ign i it usually u tlll;(board to
Balm t 1\. I I1. l B: > ttinroimhly If ant placer i!& suspected of n.iui I
l and trouble! in the past needed amend wealth. Thos. C. Watson &
: private ThMP
for 30yetti in h"-pi tiny Capnale9: :reto
pracOrr. l-.i-ninil: th Us.ituls: lit nietits in the institution: of the or ing; a letter without hating; a word HI Stomach Bitters Co. the leading Jtpal Estate tirtll.have' Balsam p If C.'pa; aCtbebe
.. mind, he can l be challenged: If he i anIiot *ome otters which it would '
\ .. .. git ell UP 'hnpele"". Sold alI aad Initl''tThey
dIu -t.-re-. Jl: l-erltr..:e bottle. For Gums tneily'Dat eht.rs0wlhmr forp pn jlie: a word nbi.-b!'Imehrh.: be worth your while tl) con-idr-r. Jo @!

I lrrre trntiiiflit write to liloiul Kilm l fathers were actual ed by usins: the letter and see them to-day, aud don't wait sure iJ 48 hours thesame

t ('t' Atbiit.1. ti i Medicineeut, at fighters in the I It l ses a "life": Rut if he ran tu"ie one till tn-morrow. disea.sel wite4 rt l' '.
I 't. colonial struggle with England.
If. ,>iice. j"t'I..III\\. e-cribt I troubleind the player who challenges him loses) aiifo. 5t'.4' SAIDRriIIUKUGGIS1i1:

;.1 frt adt 1\'.. }given. ft'taulr'fitxint One by one I Byes are lost and W. C. MONROE

: Bllut B. H. H.I :rives life. Kidney complaint kill more people the last ,
players drop away one win
t. % lg..r and strength to the blood. The '' than any other di-ea-e.: Thi i j.. ning.Foley's. I iGOLA y={

I flue-t 1:10.\,1 !purtlvr made. l Itmic': due ttt the dUea-e bHnjrso; in-idtous w CORN's A TT lt..YH VATLA H"
Iv P H. ahealthy :I
Wood H tint gives that it set a good hold on the ytem *- Grist and Corn Meal Mills

: IIIHHupply:\ to therkmand before it i is recognized. Foley': Houpand Tar cures the O ISHKU HI:lt.ll\t;

t entire sytempr Kidney Cure will prevent the development conjjhaued by attack of la grippe !1 B. F. GONZALEZ a CO., Prop iMaaofftctcreri .

'vI I:... .ire laurkldaerslI c.f fttal l di-ea-e if takenin lid heals the luiu';*. \v. A. D'Alemberte. = PAINT-

nM.... "" ..".:Itr1'bfna attudnerlllssem: time. \V. .\. })' -\Itmbtrtt'. I 121 I S. I lil :S. Palafox
I _I'rr Aad* l\t'n'\I.I.blfa >' V Pol l.1 fox. r Pitt Mill Co. I| cHOIOi: MEAL a:V) ITKKGKOl Mf >
!; : KemoTU ill! Girni Bunion and Wane, ,

I t': i Thos. C. Watson & Co. ithottp !n, iprtiuy ini permiaently r STOCK KKKD: :
t i
: The nin:: who ownni< own i.otiie O.A.STOHI.A.: : i Patronlie Home Indmtry. forlre I
ill Drosvlrj trll AK-wrri BEST and
l : j I Itt*urr. i itn-elf gint lot oft Bean ".e k .9 Y''J i at A eavS 61yJ 'i" leading! Reil: Estate Arent; take 1 a? kaat Leila, Cua. t aatr. s every reason you should buy 10\., V..I.l .'.*

\t 1" trouble and wllrr.X". ody can rL all lie worry off the shoulders of the / o LIPPIIAY 3R0l. ta BIGGESTHARD Stock Feed from the Mom Manu'al't ", -1
.: has : : #.,, -;:. BrickLowest ( for by sodomg you "hl'uura" b.- :
'''I raise In- rent and the rent day wners of property, manage therutiiirrf try. Your money it li-ft.u the eca.a.1.Y

.f 'i' I no terrors for hin. It',. easy to own of / their hone and the col- ; and yoo In turn UP Indirect: j '.-. .."-a
I iul. .i- ''--
II toatorlng the borne m
a home now-a-d.iv; '. Thos. C- iectiou of their rents ai con!'eieniouly Ub'j1 'a'IlttolheeommnnltyInwb'
: f.tufatp1'onr HoweU With eontributalothecau.enf
Wntson & Co. can tellyou how C'mrarftl. as thE'would themselves; '' a: yi an: i at: Irljc"r "!*ipn jn toroer
'I t*,;' it is, Call aud *ee them. Oc.Sc.: ItC,C CwM&p&tt.ldruggistsreiuudmoae7: Their charges are very reasonable.: Price. which oontrlbatm to rour nip< rt

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jiEifrs KIBNEt DISEASES Tge Best
Reasons For Hit Admiration of the Youth of Queen Isabella, the Friend of I
Redoubtable: Dewey. Could Hardly Believe It. A Columbus. s

COUGH SYRUP Not long ago a party of Washington Prominent Woman Sand From Every American boy should be in the flood fatal of tO &*
Death by Lydia E. Pfnl ham'9Vegetable interested in the of the
I \-<4 Hacking Coughs, people took a yachting trip usa.FOLEY'S. UJIiskey *
LUll!:'!, GrIPl't'.l'nfOu- along the coast. Among: the guests I Compound. great queen of Spain; who pawned

a and Bronelutis in a I Ia wa.i a daughter of a prominent !senator DEAR Mas. PINKUAM :-I suppose a her jewels to buye"?els! with whichto

I JWbf Ition, hlow then, sure rink who during the day found her- large numl r of people who read of t send Christopher Columbus out 1 IwMtN::REDIs And the Best Llqaon

(..t Hr. Bull's self next to a modest, quiet looking my remarkable cure will hardly believe to discover the new world. of all kinds served bj
Price 'rye.IN it ; had I not experienced it myself, I Isabella born 22 1451: Polite and Courteoo
irup. young man, who seemed a strangerto know that I bhuuld not.v was April refunded ConUini '
imoupon..!. oul. most! of the party and whose at Madrigal) Spain. Her father, or money Attetidanta.
.hl"h' i Itt remedies recognized by eminent -
!)rtull'., name she had not quite heard, relates King John, was king of Ca-tile, FULL MEASURE AID

.I ,n n.thl.urn! ....n.. Whrum.U.III.15. 5 cu. the Chicago Chronicle.: In then a separate kingdom now onlya physicians u the best fog
""" homo way or other! their conversation i province of :Spain.: She was namedin Kidney and Bladder troubles. FilE QUALITY, o. IDANNHEISSER

"- -'--- from the ordinary chitchat and I honor of her mother, a princess hues .. ... ..... BROS.

P : mall talk that new acquaintances of Portugal, who brought up her W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE
I usually begin on drifted into politics daughter very simply in the obscure

a!* if he feare : and the young girl found herself village of Arevale. At the age of PARKER'S I I. f. Harper tetei-

|I.H-t would juin iu I boon !smartly quarreling with ; I eleven! the little princess was betrothed HAIR BALSAM. M ain House 401 R. Palafox street.

-u: tuarkets.-ItalU- i I the young man on the subject of I I IL / to Prince Carlo of Aragon, I m..e..d ft losoiiADt beaotifiel,th IOwth.daPromoter R. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.

Admiral Dewey, for whom she seemed k who was cruelly poisoned.! Other Never Bur to Full,t. to Youthful B e tore Color.Gray I P. O. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla.
il.K-Med that there I I'r Cum*"lp diffMC A bftlf Phouea 116.2fF8.&MRAVERY .
for her but ,
to feel! immci ,;e disdain possibly i//Lf matches were arranged lbw ia.
,. -,, at the corona I IIillll the fact with the : refused -
sharpened by that her com- great spirit princess
\\ : ::: so many panion took a directly opposite. them a nd, inM-ted on marrying
serious mat
is a
point of view, contradicted her con- Prince Ferdinand of Aragon.
,1 and stood for what i ,is ... Isabella, \ was heiress to the throne, ,
.,; ..thir rat fee theneollection !tantly e\en up \'\ I
,. 1\.1t Clad: Iimill'4! i lie conMilered: the admiral's most :'tmNE, E, KOC1I."I I so her marriage was a matter of aticoeoor to leery 4 W otjoia

of then ,, glaring defect Finally in fhecr "lItf'rl'for months with great importance to the country. IMPORTER AND JOBBP ..> II I Ii ,

> were (1IUerl'"t. :;$\' tit Aeration she left his side and troubles jxvuliar to women which October 11G9, after a romantic

,. ,, iro-siug to the ho-tess of the yacht, I gradually brolce don my health and court-hip Ferdinand was married to i : : ard ware
ii L'. I insane
my very was nearly ,
i the discovery said. in a thoroughly impatient voice: with pain at times, and no human sweetheart at Yall1I1nlid'pain: ,
1Ij; Use.l to take "\\ll' earth is that and her brother, the king, dying,
) on stupid man skill I consulted! in Milwaukee could I 1 Mill
Iron, Nails, Axes, shovels, Saw ana titeamboai tiapplles. Cooklnj
iirkala.e have 1'u' been talking; to ?"' bring me rl'li.-f she was proclaimed queen of Castile ,
I .\.it a ma 11 \\h.> "Stupid: !'" said her hiKte:.. "Why, '.N!ratten''on wnn palled to I.>iliaK. II Dec. 13. 1471. When, in January.147t said Heating; Stores Paint. Oils and Window Glass

....!t must hale u I never found him so. lie's rather I rinlvli.ii's the tirtttlt'. Vegetable\ ; lour \ Prince Ferdinand succeeded: i a4gatf' iliad Tinware Hid) UouNefuruishlnv Good& I II
HeralJ.NY pound ; brought relief
I quiet and iini.-.suming, but never aad the s-e..nd Inittle an absolutecure. to the throne of Aragon, the two I Gnus Pistols and fibbing I'aokl.
': stupid, indeed.' II I could not Ulieve it myself, \ kind'JllsI''re; united, and the peaceof II

SOUTH. ., "Oh) wl"lI." said the girl, The has and felt sure it Was only temporary, I the Spani-h penin.-ula! seemed as I AuEN'f ior Blrialngham Rolling Ulllu Company, Revere QUat
but Messed f.ul I have now been well
a i wily MKsis( ; ;;!ppiif ant h a slavish adoration and admiration II for a 'I'.lr. enjoy the lst of health : sured. It was under the reign!: of i Stitched Belting;, Northampton Emery W neel Company, Laftln Rintf

he i first cotton 1 i for the redoubtable Admiral and cannot in words express! my prat- I Ferdinand that tle Moors were expelled I Powder Company, Johnson's Raise/mine :ron Ring and Buck's Stoma t

the Croon: and I JlVwey." I itude. Sineerdyyours, :-\IIt IK L.111'11) from Spain and driven backto and Ranges, Wmt Coups On '8 Raw HI,!. Lil.'thar '. R..dT
I 104 lOth St., MilwaukeeVis.."-$5000 Africa. In 141'i:' the ad-. i
will t'w Or- :I 'Hell and why shouldn't he forfeit above testimonial is not genuine. against Md. Railroad Colon.Masonic .
!have" exclaimed the other \'ic. of the court the pawnedher '
: lady, Such unquestionable testimony queen TA 1UIA. insacola.. Fla.
i P south and its "ami the admiral his own father ?'' proves the power of Lydia E. 1'ink- I jewels to help the needy adtenturer I

:.u' prosperity are ham 's \\-.t"lIl.; C'oinpouiid over i Christopher' C0111I1hul'hoe -
1I'UIIt' output ofrug diseases of women. of continent was K. C. BRENT, WM. II KNOWLKH, W. K. HYE&, JR., J. 8. RKE8C.
McNulty and Laura Keene. I i discovery a new
with Women should remember that President. Vtoe-Preetdent. Casblr. Att't Ckitiltr.
"i, together the of her land ami
A story is told of Laura Keene, I glory reign.
: playing Mrs. Pinkbam, at Lynn, Mass.,
.''- .xunn '* illiterntes tote York occupied a room in a hotel 'I about their illness, entirely free. Medina del Campo, Spain, Nov. 26, First National Bank
"! ,',.1'0 states than opposite; a liquor saloon where wrrtc I
Kirney !('Sdltthe comedian of to iinne the lady to come to : I
; a /ury agi; > A Simple Trick.
'!':l Ii'. "I', but prolar her company, who was a favorite of his hotel the next morning.' SheCaine One need not lie an alchemist t to or PENSACOLA- FLA.DXE'1.ElOTOE'1. .
'in I! ".- 'll'ft't'th'.I'ub-: her*, spent" much of his time I5arnev and he played five or six trick
.t i ,, ,. oath In anteUt' was often called\ on to do suchfavors pieces to her. She was deli-hted, I nuke money as the following
and will. show : First pour clear water : : ...
N: < '.eaiiU TiUleS- \ for Miss= Keene as the forwarding on leaving she gratefully tendered

of telegram: mailing of I him 10s. Gil., which, needlessto ] WM. H. KNOWLES. W, A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT X. K. HYI R. JB

The M.IIIIT' letters and making any little pur- Paderewski./ ] politely declined. I D. O. BRENT

rha-e for or One I An -r.;;Y-- ,;bit.I II
r\ r im stage use.

.r \\ .. L' llJ morning MeN! ulty called! to sec if he I A story I is told of nn I.nt:1i,1t: !:<'hoo!- jThp3 I T rml r (n lnU mnti Z AU I UA ht ad I I
could\ \ make him-elf! useful and in- | master who offered a prize to the boy g a .
I \\ hn should write the lust ciimposition
j' :" .1 I"" -tead. of an errand received a lec-
I. ., 1 :J In the minutes on "Ito v to OxeiVome.I ,
tur' and he flood and took it
up I Habit. I II It crWe draw our own Bills of Exchange; or. Great Britain, Irelacd

'" i- foci that tern much a* a big boy would, with" I .\ the expiration of five nilnutes\ the Germany, Franca, Austria, Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium, Rasgla Not

., .. i l dol, ti, I l'.+u.J! Hum an interjected "Yes, ma'am. !| compositions were read.: The prize way, 16:1e:1. Denmark &nd other European con utriea.
mil- Mi- Kf't'IJeent on to tell I'arn '
i -t\ | went to st ltd of nine years. Follow "
\I' !P. I'. It'a his health :I. Cti Veaaels Disbursed upon tho Most Favorable Terms, and Ihell
'\ injuring is Ins essay:
Obligations Port of
Payable at Destmatior Ten
I f I I. ;MI \k...'pntg' Mieh late and convivial ""' toll, sir, habit is hard to overcome., 1 after Vessel Arrives there. or Flftp n Datl
t I Irun
: I1 III i- Mr-, and although;: it was fun for j! If )Olt' take off the first letter, it lnes

.., i"-, it was death to McXulty, not chan-'e\ 'abit. If you take off another "Sufety? Deposit Boxne: for Rent in Connection

,:.... :' \t1"' -.line! ;a- tom ihe frogs in the fable.! I you Mill have atit' left if with which we haw IJ T>T.-pato Apartmont for the UN f
I luj: .. jolt tike off still :smother the whole oft' > n RAnt,,'!"4
TV: L'.trnev: a bold I !
r. 'n r Mij!I put on
a .li/flll.I -> ; remain If jou take off another, it
: I. I'. .U '"! "". ..'i, ; \v 'i, the airs of injured i is ii'it hotly IIMN! up. All of which -
I'" \- P.keI I,.. ., anrd I l.lOl'HLl.\11 oUt MOM.V.into .
: : : pies to s-how that: if you want to p>t ROYAL
I: IIIri;"- "\V ..: ,....-p: late: in a barroom rid if a habit juu must throw it off a glass; until it n half i"ull-i:
-' ." altogether.; then throw a bright: piece of money

"> -, I 11! ills Keene. **I heard into the water and cover the glass j YEARS OLD, in Cases of 4 Full Quarts, at S3 Per Cm
""-'in. h..I1'II1'f'r.I : rnmlmn'i Twin.
; >'n i i:1;: h'! f t\ man ears. Don't) I with If the is
... a plate. I glass now
i I tit! h.I'I."tP.l Johnny wns delighted; to hear cranny i
n \ I' .k" I! .t unit '."i.rt \-i,ir \\'I': ? \ was coming to "| tad his liinhil.iyib\ turned over quickly the piece of ( Tliis1VHSKEVkdktilledatthe: Nelson Co.,

i J' -li-, ,- nuk- "! l'i.', \i-i'| i.,mlu have heard: my him. \\lien she arrived she !said: mlll'nll be seen >leaining on the i (' in wood

\ ..1' ,- I !'.I1, .'.:lr.DON'T '. "I'1 liKiene, I ; 1 admit that. I : "110> jou know Johnny, that it is DIY plate, and a second piece will he before bottling. It is ab+tllutfoly pure and uwt excelled -

!. ,n \' .i ii.unt of talking iu my ('cp." I,I, birthday today to,,':" I teen swimming on the surface of no matter in quality where by produced.any Whiskey The of Royal the same Standard age,

"< >h. '." exclaimed the l">y, '
lOnCCSPIlanJ ) the water. i eu'lit years old when bottled and, considering
: 5 .\\ O K I; Unmindful of Advantages. then we're twins:" And no one could It is a refraction: of the rays:; of IU excellent quality I i- the cheapest whiskey

VuurLiteawisI. I Jt'olw-rt: l Lowe :afterward Lord persuade Jlnl.t1Il'h was, not the case. light which causes this curious illusion the market at that (lrirt>. As a beverage, and ai
,,f. ".'' .' ,.. t, ."...",r, !.,.';. .1 0( .* 'I..<.k. once saw a deaf member, ,: A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. ,: for I the in .!'u-it I the glass i is an shipped absolutely in cases pure containing!stimulant no, there marks I is none whatever

.. '"j.- '; NO-M r0, .tjAca ",1 }..Iriialllt'llt tr\ing his bet to : Mr. W. \V. Kaker of PUinview, '' restored to its original position and indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining

.'- "K SOI)m, QUO r.i ,ii'h' with hi-5 car: trumpet the i St>b.. write: "My wife had lung the water ('('01-6 to move the second the whiskey, Js not sati-tied with the quality he
,. .. firtern'l'ari'. We
u.Ik., trouble for over : can return the
I' IklJ'.i. wi nl- of an extremely! dull speet-h.\, I tried a number of doctors and spentover piece of money ili-appears.' will he refunded.same at our expen-e and money

'. i l'.., 4:i ".lii-t look at that fooli-h man," ,. a thousand dollars without any'i All orders should be accompanied by either

t;, .'I\ (.owe, "throwing away his nat.tltantages.r relief. She was low and I lost all l Game of Step. ViGHTYEAReoLD currency, po"toHice money order bank draft or express

:: .il hope, when a friend !pucire.-ted try- In the game of step the groundis }, 'Z money order. W. refer to Fir!>National
BEST FOR THEPHWELS ins Foley Hon"y and 'I\ir. which marked oil by two parallel lines, pL. ARED l.ankor any merchant iu Pensacola.
I did ; and thanks he to this great
Paderewski's Kindness.: remedy saved her life. She i- a wide distance apart. One pl.ivor,

: T! :-, iwhat happened to P.ide-. stronger and enjoys hotter health who i-. "it," btand on one of tl h.' -e A. FRIEDMAN

: r ,. .. 1:1: P.ristol: says: a London than MIC ha; ever kuown in ten line, with Iii; back tn f! ? -t1' T R1S.

'" 1 t lIe received<< a letter vars.Ve shall never be without player, who !Mart at tlw "1 :.1 I Sol.K
-i-.ip.T. I'Kol'KIKlOK,
I Foley's Honey' and Tar and would f FlA.
who said she had an The oinj who i i- "it" (cnn ;n. 'I: : I -
';-ii .1 l.idy aks tho-.e aUii'ctf'd to tiy. it. 1\ A.
i ilictlil who W1;l- :ill'\l't ,"US tot D'Alembcrtc.: :S.; 1'al.ifox. idly, during which tune!!! i 11"! ";. "' 1" n. BOX us. TI.I.I.IMIONK: : 17tt.

NT.Anne/ .' i'- 111"! > :tired! P' ',1 I-I't "!' hut }plaverpniiT".,>! M' ''i" iii: ''. \ -
t 1. d'(1\.,' ,' :i Ten thmli Iud dollars: worth of diamonds ,, "'!' n1'' I i'; -t.-: i ; ,
I" 1 \ i:I' i \ .Ilt'I't! : )pub1 <11- A RIEUMAN.! ,
PI now o i di-pl.iy at :tephens, : LrI handle every cite of Liquors! sold, In'ttU.
,1, th.. ., ..
whate\ rot -\ i 1. i '"
r iT.1 hula h .
or whol. .tle!
the diamond dealer. Call and examine :to a lOr retail, at price* that
'" l 1 i fi': 'ud," lie: wrote, "ll'otll.l them. the. iiioinent. t'II'1'llIiIY ,' llfllll-ffJ.".. 0"';. w.iy down.

i ,.I '. u'sere'!: von\ like to name:! to '| ( \ and call, 1 IIt..- n..i; : ,' ..'' I : AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.

( I .i' i !I.Ln>! ]''l\.'. Ave area You will have pride iii you own ,playrT placers whom 11t' -,1 t pin1. ." -! gardens if they are on your ,. -
alTord thu caught 11\1,1\ III'_ I I r
1'I u I v.c i.innot: a high; Your nusbaud buya .!! Any
own ground. can
I t home, and he can do it now, although to ;" o 1 L t irk to the start in-i: !lii'e and WICI< E & CO.
he may think otherwise begin o\er, while the counter r.-
:1 LIKE CANDY jJ. 11 I, ; 1 "II IIi rlvery woman wants: a home of her I peat.the\ count of ten and the pl.iyt i

.t i.t' I I own and if -he will have a talk with I again move forward. The object \ : Plumber Gas and Steam
JI" i Thus. C. Watson & Co. the fitter
.1 .1; j _- I of the game is to eros thecounter's 1
i ''IK II '1. Uti IMI.k. Ij ... leading Heal Estate Agents, they I 1I
: L ill\ ) can show her how easy it is to get i line without being wen I
No. i
ELijiI! BLOOD GLEAN 'r I one. motion by him. The la.-t one over South Palafox Street.
I II i All Kinds o; Plumbing and Gas I
changes! places: w itli the counter. ; Fittings Materials Kept on Hand !
6 'IIIWIFIiItY.The : I "","PHON" R."" .)SNMM flI.A, n.. I
Every Woman I \
undersigned takesthismethod; j Trifles. _

.. ,. I I1 of :Dtfering her services as ai I "TwitT." said potty I'oily, ae : 'I
t. .1 THE
MlHMI I \\MrllnqSprdV; firt-cli licensed midwife, having Slit opened her bngbt eyes GARDEN SECTION I
'". ...S..nw. had &:; years experience. "I'm EUIHK!; to 1 gne ny dtiir mamma
....., -.1 Can best of references; from I A Knutiful surpna1.
"give oOFoPensacola
: .1' .' 1 I batik knew ;rt "ht 'twill bt,
... IManl 1. leading physicians:: ; of this city. .
nut I'll soon find t ay
i :\1 RL GIODENS: :
{!; To tlj some 'In !, ut. jltf 114 South DeVilliers M.NOTICK. Tu (plesse mamma today. ;;

"I'm tin-d at doing little thing* i

all tur I r .; r _.. t. I have been authorized to take W h!. any one tan. sweep" Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
the li hoe
forVm.. Jennings And lu t or uipe
sabcriptions .
? Or MIIR: Fnl>n to deep.
Bryan's paper. "The Commoner. 'Tis *me big thing pant to do.
1 .:;;> C l r The price is fi.oo I per year in ad- 11 I ruiiM ..nte a book Beautiful Lots for Sale. i

rS ,- '_ vance. Those de irin.,' the paper Cr sage the t"u h *: from burning now, iI
T -- ./ can have it sent to them by seeding lli/.... pleased mamma would luv ." 40x137% feet at from '
i : $75 to $200 each according :
: $I.OO to the undersigned ,
; H. )1. Roc II E. Si And liter Mt Ireakfut b.ante the Deny ftrf,went I to location and surroundings. \
$ It. r' \\!.i> FIVE un six runs FOR iu:r Care Daily sews.OAiaTOILTA. Wnil mother cleared the table C.J I I ;

-. T we shall be happy to pay : : She And wiped mended the dales baby's tear.mid the! bedsAnd i Exceptionally Goorl Neighborhood, Beautiful View, i j ; I

1a u i ai a guinea for your loss of 9 art Knj YJU Hale A'\\a1'.l\ IlerhtI hnided BMST'S; hair.WTile | High, Dry Fertile Lands. \
time." I t tL1r.8 -II.I-/;' Dotty!! at amt! pondered lung i. ;
I a w'L iua Ur .as) cb..r. :
I'aJiTewski told his to f The
secretary grandest opportunity for investment ever j J.
tqto. And w V.w: DoHr dreamed sod p'anned: \ '
t :
offered in Pensacola. :
-- :
That!: busy morning through; .1 ,i '
When you lack energy, do not relish bole could not think cf anything I
I I I Quite Urge cnouf b to da nome Seekers Should See I t "
your food, feel dull and stupid I Lots. '
And a abe went to bed that night 1 I. i t
after eating, all you need i* a doeof an she natty wondered why ;I
Chamberlain's stomach: A LiverTabh.t:1. E ae.tiMy, lrb ell mother kiawd her loch,!/. '
They will make you feel I lie. **. TU kiM wu ball a licit I A. 'V".Clubbs
C. C. C. Never sod: In bulk.
Genuine stamped t
like a new man and give you an appetite _-Vouth'l ComoallS&
like a bear. For sale by all I Beware of the dealer who tries to sell Batumi from the XartWrnrt Wood
,: ty T Dannheimr Bras. I druggists and medicine dealers. omtt1wt Just U 1ood" I.IIlPl6I as jB,Uw> cerua tare t

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i I :; ..THE DAILY NEWS : present act of its It can ambition thereby the gratification '(NEGRO BURGLAR MADE FORTUNE; IN KLONDIKE. "STRONGEST IN THE WORM);-

r 1 iI There are always at least two sidesto Toledo Woman Return with $1,000
t i I. BaMnd st the Foil Offlc at Pensacola, I
i fl...M toond-cl matter.OrriCB every question. The commissionhas 000 In Gold Dutt

I I .' .. -- :I been diligently seeking to influence CAUGHT IN THE ACT t Toledo. 0.. Feb. 17.-Mrs. Charles I The 42d Annual Statement for Year

: FlU Building Sllt 6011 Fal.- public sentiment, through : Purdy has returned to Toledo from (I the Klondike with a fortune. During Ending December
the press and otherwise, in favor of 1901. of
11 : l BY her four years' residence in the
PUBLISHED its demands the Congress for
j ; upon I
I William Morrison a negro gas j Klondike besides keeping a boarding I

11 f. 'w THE HEWS PUBLIBHlh 00. additional indicate the powers.character These of the extracts arguments detected at 4:30o'clock this morning Coe's i: house claims and aggregating hotel she millions bought of and dollars sold, TB t ITABtt UFS A ASS ijrAH Pl ,

"t ,I T -lnvarlably In .Advance.15 00 to the contrary of those who trying to effect an entrance to t and when she finally picked up stakes m::

Mail bookstore by forcing a :
I Year by open
U -
i 'I. I1s Month .. .. ... ... V!I are familiar with the situation.: and came away it was with over, $1- ,
41 fkrte Months | .. ... .. ..... ... .. 161 I, -- in the rear. Morrison was turned OUOI,' '" in gold dust.
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Dae Month for trial. : Assets
1 to the courts
9a week,by Carrier, payable Mond'ar 10 Don't Let Them Suffer. over county Mrs. Purdy and her husband started $331.0;

t j --- Often children are tortured with Morrison was caught in the act of : west nearly ten years a 100.; It Is said Reserve and Other Liabilities

H wining Rates Furnished on Application.H1 itching and .burning eczema and forcing a window by Win. :Steele that at Vancouver thy: disagreed\ ,I 059.90 I .

other i skin di"eabut Ruckleu'sArnica night watchman. Mr. Steele was I about going farther the husband returning -

I expels inflammation:Salve: heals the leaves: raw the sores skin, 1: making his customary rounds when'he to Tacoma. where he is now surplus (From which Divi ends s arc Penh) S 71.12ft ;,

i without a car. Clean, fragrant; heard a noise in the rear of Coe's'' said to be a motorman for a streetcar / F

'cheap, there's no salve on earth as bookstore. lie topped and the I conjjiany. Mrs. Purdy went on to !

!good. Try it. Cure guaranteed i noise, continuing, caused the watchman Alaska and from all accounts pros- ; Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 S 27,il'1.0;:

Only :i;c at W. A. D'Alemberte's, pered.Besides.
-- to investigate. : New Insurance in 1901
121 ri. Palatox street. looking after her business S245.01OS:
I TELEPHONE NO. 118. -- --- Steele walked through the lawn :
j Interests she ran a hospital where :Total Ins. in force Dec. 31
GUM: O.\T MACHIAS surrounding the custom house to the hundreds of destitute: minl.'rs.ri> entered l901$1,19:: ; 7 -

t PE5SAOOLA FEB 18 1902 IX.IIKKI AT \.\\'\ YARD rear of the Hargis Pharmacy and ,i free of cost. One of her lucky

; i, peering over the fence watched ;, strikes was a third interest in a claim Notwithstanding the greater financial: strength of t 51 -
i While trying to effect a landing at Moniion at work. When he had ) >
which she bought for few hundred ,
a which its
greater security policyholders
I 1'111V'nnlan's Christian Temperance satisfied himself of the negro's identity -j thereby enj.iy "
the navy coal docks yesterday the called him dollars and when she sold out eight \ LOW and GUARANTEES better than other'-
; r nion of Florida has issued a the watchman to /given bv
gunboat Machus became somewhat and commanded him to halt. :Morri-! months later her net profit was $ZOil,.

rtioiiK and thoroughly elfective protest unmanageble in the heavy swells on son was not to be trapped so easily (100. I

, ak-aiu-t the establi-hment of the at the time and was thrown with a !: and yelled b ick to the watchman to' She still has large interests In the

pernicious dl*pens try system in this: crash against the stone abuttments: "look out for the other man as: he Klondike and holds, a partnership interest I KNDTXTLES BRD5. Gen.
should had a pistol," hoping by this means'' Agents
ftate. All temperance. people and a leak just below the water line in a half dozl'n1.11 pa'lngminO's. ,
t I to :scare Mr. :Steele; and divert his attention .
4 and doubtle-s will!, oppose it. was commenced.It for a short time to permit of j 309 N. Palafox Street. PF.NSAC"LA; 11.Po. ..\
was Commander McRae's: intention his escape. :Mr. Steele saw what the ,
i is enough in Something That Will Do You Good. j
"If there democracy ., negro/ was after and when Morrison ; -
to coal the'e.t:1 and get I
the country to elect a democraticnot continued to move away, :Steele We know of no way in which we y.'T.v It \1\1: L1111 III
away today, but the accident will him. At tlll.)1 Jrri"onj be of S the b
opuIHic-Iwu-e of repre en- fired at can more service t'o our readers "nellts of pro-
a preclude his leaving for xeveraldajsyet j jumped the rear fence and made than to tell them of something gres-ive COM I Mi The I'r..ttll'.llalllll'r. !, I i-
tatives.. say the Chicago! Chronicle or until the extent of the damage that 1EX: Launch. IK foot 'iii.--II ).
good his temporary escape. will be of real good to them. 1'--\: \ cat theirhadows
"there willbedetuocracyenough can be ascertained: and repaired. When Mr. Steele saw the negro ,: For this reason we want to acquaint \ beforeo do run- very f i-t. The Rot

to re-e-tabli-h the party and to give The leak was cau-ed it is thoughtby would possibly get away, he pulledhis them with what we cou-ider one of bright warm: days in the IIlIttadnlll'd by tl i ,I1 IiC:1.1I

It a national platform and ticket twoyear' one or more of the steel plate.tiaving .- police whittle and blew lustilyfor the: very bp-t remedies on the market February announce: the KxpiMtiou: { ID Butf
I been loosened, but it can be that he for of they are the he and assistance saying today coughs colds, and that approach Spring; and\
liter on which harmony repaired without a !great deal of ex- had the whi-tle in his mouth for alarming complaint, croup. We r- this Springlike feeling any other ; they arc -.

rUCtesB will be l"' -lble." pen-e, it is stati-J. The accident will fullIi I : minutes, but n-i ollicer answered fer to Clumberlaiii's: Cough Heinedy. causethe CYCLIST to worthyafe.. and fun .:

I prevent the trim little \'e--d from the call, and Morn-on got We have used it with such good turn with delight to the Lippum{ lirother i'n i' .

Inn.,..late Ciiiiinifrce CII. jftiningthe North Atlanticquadruu away. re'ults incur family s/> long that it I lumber room, pull out I are! agent from tT' nil,, / ,
as originally; : intended.No and lit...>k > .
has become hou-ehold hit KICYCLK.: "where it carry a b '
Tit t: Nhws recently holed the fact bll1u: can be attached to the 'flip watchman reported the facts necessity.By
has times ; r18e' : IN" It".1 t'! .
itsprompt u"'e haven't anv1: been stored a waall
"II. to OHiciT Sanderoou! afterward .
Hun. Walker lliiie, IIr-tI olllcer-i for the accident. 'fhe verel -
f' that bund to I IIH
doubt but that it has time and winter. with the intention shipped at i
and alio told the ollicer of his >tiipicions again
under control until
I vice ('1t'-I.lrut uf the Louisville .fcNahville near was the tone perfect dock when suddenly and the latter repaired to I'I'Henlf'tlrroup. The te-timony! is i i nf re-timing tho-e notice trial irivi-n to al \

railroaJ company! Lad she war: lifted and the accident oc the scene of the attempted burglaryas given upon our own experience, anti early spring morning invigorating inK to purrhae.LlffMAN, HI.I. a

I j-refrrred the charge;; airaiu-t\ the Interrtate curred. soon I as possible and nude inves we suggest that our readers. (0"1'-I healthgivingrides
t __ Oh tigations.Ollicer. cially those who have small children ; lie looks his old mlltf Sm I' .
Coimnerce Coinnilioii
that : in their friend over and if It i H
Sanders found on the spota always keep it homes a
the pi e\'alcuc" of thtl practice of secret i: He Kept His Lag. brace aud bit with which the :, as a safeguard against l'fuup.alll (Columbia :Monarch or I ..7kinds of' Ini/

1 ralt'cultJUuf\ which it ?;o vehemently Twelve years ago! J. W. :Sullivan\ pri-.ouer had been seen several day.previous den (/1'I.l'.J Messenger.For: by all r.-reut. it is sure to In- hardware ut rik: "
l : and also ;several hours before druggists: and medicine dealers all right, save, perhaps a
of Hartford hisleg
ciiinplaihs in its recentannual Conn., -crutched '
prices at the IIwureCo' r/l II
t the --- -- j puncture or maybe tin-
burglary was attempted.
with Intlammi- 1
a ru ty wire.
and which it make*
; report tires old and have
tion and blood poiion set in. For He was soon under arrest and Olli! DIED AT POST OF DUTY. are I\ ?.
t' J the bastof its demand for the heutTered cer Sanderwho arrested him done good :service, and
two intensely.
I ,. of additional years searched the house for the brace I he remember seeing in BANNER SALVE
;:xrautui IHWtrs-iu- Then the beat doctors urged amputation ) Shocking Fate of Telephone Girl at''

cluding the power to make interstate "but" he writes, "I used one and bit but it could not be found. I Charlotte, N. C. THK that ho moat healing s.lve-In in Wl ,.do

bottle of Electric Bitters and l' Morrison was taken to the station: i
rate"-:s the direct result of a i Charlotte. N. C, Feb. 17.-Miss Ma- [
1 boxes of Bueklen's Arnica Salve aid and locked up. I
failure on the part of the counnis.lou I mie McKanc. IS years of age, met a B. Bruee
The of the actionswas TIle Home
i i my I leg was as sound and well a? scene burglar's IIpy :
(. !o execute the existing law. ever." For Eruption, Eczema: marked by numerous foot terrible fat. hy burning. j } 1( '

t >Ir. Hints' "Comments: L'pou the Tetter, :Salt; Rht'UUl.'lore!! and all tracks, and after Morrison was Miss Kane was night operator of "i

Fifteenth Annual Report the InJeretute blood disorders: Electric Hitters has taken to jail his shoes were removed exchange.Cllile | the Big CYCLE DEAIKU furnished home. Mar ,

no rival on earth. Try them. W. '', and each of them fitted the shoe I : was putting: on a j- (!l ina can supply
Ci'iumeice Commission," A. D'Alemberte, 121 K. Palofox prints exactly. The officers fully fire Hratul New, Highest
in some manner and she receivedburns I ,
I embraced in a neatly printed street will guaranteesatisfaction or satisfied themselves on this score ] Jualitv. MORGAN & ll'it/tall needed in the( >
which resulted in her death after

pamphlet of u dozen page, has since refund monev. Only 50 cents. and this additional incontrovertible > hours of WRIGHT double tube of house furnishings at 1'Aid'estriees
------ evidence was sutticient alnue to hold;' great agony. tire for $5; per pair and
/I. ", vvtut; to hand and has been perused l Morri-ou. He looked the picture !; Jut how the accident occurred will' guaranteed, and decidesto cash or cre I'UKSH .ISSOCt.\TtOS:
i with ['la.ure und protlt. of guilt as he faced Mayor Jones probably never be known. The only send his old companion

Mr. Hints carefully reviews the NATIONAL DKMHJATKS: this morning. person in the exthauge at the time down to friend BRUCE I SCIKKII! M ITI.U.H '

>ion i-f the law The finding of a brace and bit is a was her !i. .t'ar.ol.t brother who wan and have it cleaned up
proM existing : The members of the Florida Pre,.s valuable link in the li-t of burglaries | asleep upon a lounge. He was not'' and a pair of them fine 1.\' C, \'. Tbnnis"u's| .No: 1& HOUC
clraily showing that it contains here. While tires put on, all for |.> \"J.
Association, by ballots mailed to committed nothing to 'I awakened until the had I'.l.l.
your.:; woman :
abundant: authority for, and specitlcall President B. B. Ta'um have elected connect :Morrison with the acts have become enveloped in Ilarnes. lie also know that the Besides the xtandard ln.... ..f
k detailthe method so far been brought to light, still it I i i work will be done right
\ proper of, tion<-ry we have, in tint- wi"velopes
the National Editorial
delegates to Miss I Id\an.: made desperate efforts and at once lie went -
I und all is hoped to f.-t..n guilt of the burg-!j to match :
reavl.niK violatioiis
I I'linisl.inx i Association, which meets at Hut lariziug Bell's fruit store aud Jo". 'I to stifle the names! with a blanket. : have to make two or three Royal Crystal Itomi.

ol its mundateincluding ref Springs, Ark., April 1-V18, a- follows Arbona's barroom upon him aud but failing to do so she ran screaming trips before he can get it. Hurd'slfolland Itond.

f; clet tate-cutllug, by enacting that"ul".1t : George! W. Wilson of the officers are working with that end down the stairs into the olrpct. Two Looks at his watch, H Ladies' Art Stutlonvry.

the of Jack"onvilltTimf'iIl'nlOn and Citizen in view. At each of the latter o'clock calls the house
r"llI..t the commisHit.n policemen attracted by her cries ran Foreign :Mail, Etc.
; Frank I.. :Mayes of the Pensa- '' bay sends his cycle down,
the brace and bit
it -null bo the duty of any ditrtct -- Columbus places wa to her assistance and rolled her in the Arti-ts' Material OiTii- --
cola Journal B. Smith instruction
; '. gives over
!. attorney and
to whom the couimi--ii m. Each delegate: t js authorized to namehis late, as every bit of clothing had been iiiornin!'. -
instnute in the proper court and alternate if he cannot attend.N1.iT 'My little boy! tock croup oti" burned from the unfortunate youngwoman's tlr
l>ro-ecute, under the direction the night and soon grew so bad yr u Ii or Credit :
her flesh
body and reduced to
could hear him breathe all over the un
tt..rllt'Iul'ral of the jtrt
{ : ('liltedr4iattr <;c OIWIN ..1VU'I1IE a blackened and <'barred mass
F. I).
Iwua:3 Hf'VlloldIau.-
1 all nece.-ary l'rtJl't't'liugfor' : ELLIOTT: COMIVC: field O.'e'h.. would die, j, She was carried to St Peter hop lure at Marat $ I'll n

the enforcement of the provisions of but i few do-es of One Minute' pita! where she lingered in great tJ"l\j\ \ are the longest.

this act and f..1 the pa hl-hnment ">fall A company that includes the Cough Cure quickly relieved Il maud agony for several hours. 1

\lolatloiir thereof," rte He nameof many favorite player, atue he went to -leep. That's thelut -N .} \\ lien Viiur .loluia artsi ..
l we: heard of the croup. Now :
pointout the I'll i-inn, \'lIll.ltl' by : -etting that is ,aid to he inur- Thousands Sent Into Exile. '; und .
miicleii In
isn't a cough cute like that valuable wit 'C -r.MM' your sore \II\ '
i-ecrrt rate-clltting. :and -how_ th.11111",1t.,1 vt'lou-ly beautiful and decorations ?" "OUAllulltf' Cough Cure isrtolntely Every year a large! number of pomsutferers '.i'.r; rh..limlli-m. when y"u -

uf |'.u..u luglherimedie-pro( of the mo-t co-tly! n.Kiire are j"r oum- safe, and act- immediate whore luuare sore and .,-, 0h -. "I pram' u joint ..trlllll' v..m

t> viditi. the coinmi-ion has made i-e, held forth by the local management I ly. For coughs, colds, croup, grip racked with cough.- are urged to go fl""i' '.,;4t'Q F brui-eyuur'eif. Puinki'il't w
I bronchitis all othrr tin'put and another climate. Butthi-fscn-t-i 1U u.:4: """ out the rlIm.1155-and !fir t' i.

, rulii.);- exceeding itauthority: of our playhon-e when they I lung troubles t is a certain cure. J ly and not al wa\ ,.lIr... Don't beiin T\\?' : itjiiTy. .\Iwn '- |have 1\' w I

1 w Mil rr-prl't In other teat'jre of the pre-ent Mr. N. C. ioodwm and Very pleasant: to take. The little exile when Ir. i King's New Discovery and use it freely .AV..IC1,1.. ,
;ti .
.ict. an.t uf'i> going into court withI Mi-s Maxine Elliott in this city ones like it. Hargis1 Pharmacy, for Consumption will cure you at &i\\; ./l\f there is hut kmDavis' i

in en'giiseiiient ; John Kahn. home. It's the jnf-illible ,t., (. price _'". ..
I lit- Millie tiu- beeu defeated: for that Kridiy night; theirpedal :Sheppard Sidney tnn-t : medicine WA/(' r 1.1: |

of "W'Leii'e Were for Coughi, ( 'oldand all ,,\& .. .j4r.
t It-aMili, aid llnw set ks to dl-i-redlt I'wenty-Otie") in which these -tarare .11,1.E GIO: .\! ...111.1S1 S Thro'tt: : and Lung diseases i on earth. : C.AR'rO :I( I It. .

t I... ifleU ut li.e whrle :.ct. by tourmgTh,. The first do brings relief. Atounding
1 soul now come to u" i :\ 1111HlU.l': e -- Beantk \ m aEenatcre
: plallilUK tlial the- l'Ot.rt.111I1. riis.tuin with all the :reclaim of a popular! miss rer-ult from pi-rsi-t- High Living A#fl-
sticce-s: and from -.rit'.of ovation el'.t UtTrial bottles free at \\'. A.D'Alemberte's l
It.. t.'IIUlUlI--WII und dinning Abuer Burton and Ananias Mid- .
I : : Inw of il
l- poibl it i..ISt. Our
that have been mo-t cut htt-f i-tic III'I. Pal ifustreet.: |1'.111. ii:' I
that lllelily leilledy Ii to give thee whenever they have presented thi- dteton, negroes, who were am-ted Price ;)sac and Every ..ttlt. ire |p--irti-ul.irly well\ sits| Y' i.nn"

IB !pr.un power to make raterIn -. b..uUfulllJ\'t..ideal.. several dayasro! on sti-picion of being guaranteed. culled In- accu-ed of -]Milling t.... Foiey's Kianey Cure I
much m"II"V"1I the 'inner .
-- -- --- 111 a II.t
.1..H'.t brochure, i-ommentiiiK the us-ailanN of Steve Tibirru-. .\ 1 mikes kidneys And Uidirr right.

8p* n an *itii'le written by )l Ir. E.: P. F. E. Brawner h\-: bou ht the entire the Greek merchant Friday night REMARKABLE RECORD MADE. I I0
UuCtfti. sal the CI'1nIIU-.IOIi. Mr.Illltm luieof VIlli th,. and boys'clothins; la-t. were bound over to the county ---- TheJOlli: ( (Century' ('
of the I.evy-Poii Co.-toekand will 1 BuildIng Perrrits Issued Since Jacksonville .:-A T.:. .
qu.te-t6r lute Judge Cooley clo-e them out at le--. than factory authorities thi- morning and the
Fire. UPt all riUl t-={ ;:
upon the tjue-tuiu of rate-iuakin;g 1 by -o-t. Call quick case will be inve-tuatc-d.\ The negroes
Ja<'KMin\illt\ Fla., Feb. 17.TheWPek'8
tier <<:4'U1Im-.lolI. a- f"Ilow1hret.nUU.svuwru0.utrrt- : were taken in charge: by the .
tee lent! mtealare| -erved at
rworil in the! rebuilding ofJacksonville :
Ixrt-- The remnant. of the Heinberg county otlicers and will perhaps b.- ,\'ry reasonable; price.

i|>ir'"d lu net .. i..;> -ni..k.rfur all the 1 Bro.. ,\ C.'. grocerytock will he given'a (preliminary hearing this af- places the total number The",td| in| the h'lie-t <|irilitywell lCK'Restaurant>tcuuprn.d >" nttju-t the t.nn -011| hy the a--utiee. F. I I":. Bra\\ oar, ti rlllloll or tomoirow.Thee permanent buildings at even 17. c""k.'d! ,11101| well -ervfd. f Dinn'i.1

$41 H> (>i III'I tb I'liceiu'ir* of hiiMiirsoBllrol to tilf rch'iiit- .itid "tIIUIII.rat, ic.rih'ie two negroehad been in the 11041.i Moil) twell ,ipp (Ihteil Hid cnmf"
l' ItivrHliK tilllremlfavurinK to pro (lnl"-. iiMiujri.' : I 1-t : ,'ailllllll'k. -t"ie ju-t previous to the assault i Since June 1 ot last year permits abl".

1 n' ughl.uuegwUr.ufrnalaatrwnar and both acknowledged havingeen h: \'" 'been issued from the office nf Phone 171
the two a--a- Ire- -l1tln near thet.ire. t
i *.11 t I."1t""t1.. Till-, III and ? H'tilding: Commissioner! Prmlean tor

< MI>i
..k. In 't'v '" large purr. iiiul' .*.
t 1. ::" frame buildings It will thus
upf..rtrial Saturday but was I'IHI'tlllufo.1 M Palafox M.TIIK .
would br.etrebaman.Ac
with w *' a too. age road- II
beefn that .lai l.-onville in less than
until today! to permit of amore ;
.trut-tioii of the .latatrahitl 1'.iV 1't' :'" ;
thoiough inve-tuati 1" hits built enough houses to
Ii "' ''UlU reiiuire it | erfornmniiMA -
It m '; ,'" .. Another neuro named John Abdelk.lter make a >'reilitabl'cjty alone. Thisnnniwr ('LI'l1Ut11'10: II(11''IIneorpurated.l > ;
.' I ,lulf.r lit* lutinitrniioii of th : ; ::.e : : w.4. !.rse.:: :
ins .allll.tII': liuprt'tlf lie.After waaireted /la-t evening; of houses reresent the exp"nitituiv i I
Ir.f.arred. burn.-g : -u-picion and taken before the
tnutrudntgthat rates made merchant: who readily identified of many millions ot dollars and WE ARE OFFERING EXTRA

: bv the roiiimi'-ion would ht as ha- patches and cause intense suffenr.gIt him a- one of the pair who had come the character of the construction puts.larksnnvills INDUCEMENT-5; ; K) PI (:. Oysters in all style>

hiI' to secret cuttiiu arates made: has been known to do so. into the tole and a--lUlt..d and ahea.l of any city twice CIfAr'lmOF ,
robbed him. Abdelkater, 1'abarras its size in the south. '
rulr..hlUlItld the pullcitydl(1pI1l : Short orders :
the PIANOS'l'hev -
bv Do net delay! treatment. -aid. had rau-acked the drawer in A s' 1'\ !large number n of these build-! i II prom

\ I'hlil prescritn-d by the the counter, taking therefrom all the tnc c i ost 'rorn Jl'iijuit:: to Jv'Oii"! ea h, I filled!

ptrrrirtluw', Mr Hme- .how- thatuo Thoroughly cleanse! the system of looe ch.1t1i't''hlle the larger negro; uhuhth- Windsor otnp.ete. throughout New have over Pianos three to car-loads select of I
Upright from.
I federal comet deciionhave thus the humors on which th.s a! depends brought! down upon his head the cost n:5fl"0:: The Old Favorites "KRANICH Ai Best the market
murderous looking oaktick, whichwas
:5 i far 1U(..IIrt-ti the ability of the coin BACH." "Lester" and "Singer" II
produced in court today. Tne affords!
.-nfi>ice the /law with rtprl'CI and prevent the.r: returnThe Food To Pianos are shown in
: f uii si<'11 to : prisoner will not speak of the crime., Changed POison.1'11trfof'inz profusion-all .

to eciet ratl'- l1ttinl!, and conclude maintaining: an absolute I ignorance food in the inte-tines styles and woods to elect from. In I
nifdH-iiir taken hy Ir' Ida E ward Piano Private parlor for
.' :t- followhetartatbalmt! -; Cove 1'innt. M I.I. vra. H "' of the atlair and this in spite of the produces eeetlike those of arsenic. CROWN Players PIANO they have the Famous I
i .. tr. Greek's ideutificatioL of but Dr. King* New Life Pills and ANOELUS:
; t : the court hit\e decided the ntrf I had a (ii-acrc eaMr d.'bins on po itive ; expel ORCHESTRAL whole dinner parties.
ait"io t thf l'Onllul..wn', .-.b"flolJ"dI'tI.lrt'lu'f'rlllllll tar arm '"h,,'h I .nr'ued!'! "I'"It rheumI him. the poi-ons from clogged; bowels, at the command orchestra I
of -
and short haul, gently, easily butpply, curing anyone-no
long bt-L'sn UVine Hou.isr { ID
of !
: required. An
.1I.'llmlo,1I001. I.lnr n'IIIIUI.wn has tao day< felt\ Letter It wj flit '"nlr liefer Twentieth Century Medicine 15iliousne) ) Sick exhibition
t. every day. Al-o the
II sass d..n.'Q'lblog it I wured, and I fcavinever hid Headache Feverall Liver. Kidney Mobile
.I t''U .ul"InC.iTfHf for lII'pr..wll that the d.......e slue!." ajHood's akin Ca-('aret, CandCathanll' arc afar and Kowel troub:es. Only 5!. cat Celebrated "Apollo" and '-Cecilian"piano ,,
'. cuubl1" aill'.ld of ancient piii >' II'|MIHI and W. A. D'Alemberte'-: S. Pala- players. All of the above in- I
f the
ti..'l de.iroTtKl: the f'1fiI"Y t> a>-t ; PELIt'kftFn: ; ,
court struments will be old
t I .. and liquid ph\-c as the elm-ir: fox: str< on easy payments .
It |iinlliUI. -tH>err> grate impor- Sarsaparilla -.t ut i if de=ired. Call early for: PART tit I IHK:

ill: I sot | cud t lutie created the ".t. the tallow; amiie. f'.emnrieti!> c-l! fir-t choice FIND TTVTJIT

It taB .ri" reutl i-ouiBt li diwouraiivatru.rl Premises to cure and keeps the! C. C. C.ever sold in I-: :, A.Iurugglits. \ OT\ "* Parlor
9 ufurcrthract Indnf d. tt. \ iA1JS THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE.
t : h' rcc.Cleaning l' If i I THE UNION RESTRURAN'
I: ... 1..10 ..n.. 10 11If' ""OdU-l"" that It promise.: It is oositively: : unequa'.ed .--- -- --- and Bedroom :
i bas pielerretl !toss the act fall I rather than ladies skirts: and waistsis Furniture at Mars- The finest line! of umbrellas in the ,
I I t suecrrd.atparrnllyaltht1 hope that ift for all:: cutaneous erup"J-.s.' Take it. I one of our specialties. :Star Laun1ry. ci'yisat J. I. Stephens'::; Go lookat ., Frank L. Wilde,
couiplelefailur.t "I" thei .
.b'Ullb. : .
'i eau i 1'1':K ton Quina's.) them. i i i Proprietor Opposite Union "Irp)




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B. H. FAIRCHILD, I: hOCAI1 NEWS NOTES Atlanta.Duncan Feb.'Dies.from 17.-Police Wound.Offler I NEW RAIL LINE PROPOSED. a t

Vip grow annually nearly a million rote plant
t.rxJO: TErt.Ert.1 I Duncan who was shot by his wife Saturday ]| Illinois Central Prepares an Aggres Vie have for wile over one tliouMinJ different

3g EAST ROMANA night a week ago. died at the i sive Invasion Into Alabama. "arl<.tle We want you to know tbe--e rose, IJ l J I
Grady hospital this He began and to thin end we have eluted some \'arll'lI"
Loral morning. Birmingham/; Ala.. Feb.17The Illinois -
Ktfmshing Furniture a Jortraftor r"-m"ola and
r ,, 0-0 aid miniiy truly great In color farm and hardmen, coiufriMng -
!C' fair tonight ami pruMilij Iff tlnruln y, front I.) to sink rapidly yesterday afternoon I{I Central has determined to invade Our Gnat Trial Collcoctloo-

Spwattf. ': m
I I tiorthrrlii trim/ >*t mtiity tuuthtattrrly.liu- announced that he" was dying. pears. It now develops that the iropective 16 O. & C. Roses $1,00

R. K. WHITE, imuiu tfmjurotart i/nt rtlai/ >i<> dnjre; minimum The death was reported to the coroner !'! \ line of road from Decatur Ala.. -. r iJ

in /il-ti'i hours. 'J/. | ] and he will probably told, an in-1 i I i to Jasper Ala.. is to be built b>' the These robes will loom jirolusely this year: anti continue

.... i ",,>.,Irl Manui'uiluring Jeweler The to.* Echo arrived in port yesterday '; quest today when all the fads in the i|I Illinois Central instead of bj thiIxxnsville throughout the Htasoii. lliey are all clillerent hind.:, no lo P. v
.I" / coloh.aiiUe, (Toixrlv 1..1..1.,1.! Strons,uellruot'<1.1.<0&.0,oD their
i.raJuate Optician, afternoon. I tragedy may 1 be brought out. The ., and N'a hville. ,. .
.10,, own h1Ul. uut al\" .. \\e nend tin r..I1..Uon, 1 .loi ;e PHI., to
? .
Members of BlttpfBarf': herf'bforderf'd cash las: greatly puzzled the police The statement is that this road will an'ad.lrrai..atlfurtionandaafrnrnvalguunuri.'.l drdernlutaiiy .

...,'t 1' M Prnulbla"QUEER" to be precent'at drill tOU1.>r- as much of the evideme is onflitling be finished as rapidly as i is po-sibl taueand. SirreynwurF.Fra.lckFatHh'bwter.\forwarded HI the proper| : pl.uitink'Hia-i! "i. oryoudirot. whru

-- row nia ht. .. ,.. .. ,'
> .I".J..I."t'
and will "
then be extended to Tusra .r' +' wuatrw Tr fr' "
... .
,. .ft Ii ...oI"kiH"I I.. .!.".llIw..1
'. .r. MONEY. Williun Jordan an aged colored j Furniture. Fair Is Abandoned. loosa. about CO miles farther on, and t
I Kl t:wiihrviTT raTGwat..vrl'wrm.luln.w'tellnwwamaaWrhela
;Mason[ of high rank died Sunday !I llak'uh Ft'b 17.-The plan for a ( then 1511<) Infers farther to Jac'sonMias '! / -i- f I!.i 1 I iTar.rum. ,aral tt Inert rl ..a. '
4' k ,i mvukil nipiiuiiit wl.i* 'u -
fP un n xl vt r >uii v '
I i ice Unearth AnotherCounterfeiters. and wa buried ;yesterday afternoon || 'furniture exposition building and an I. There a Junction with the main ,rl a: al. the ii3Jiinanl I.dltian.r 41.r.w l.ul.l. t.r 1W.W

L with Ma-onie honors I i annual exposition of furniture by line of the Illinois", Centrals system \ i ullurr.+nidal.. 114 Inaiui <1*tl < 1"'nnw
Feh 17.-On a A member of the L. & X. bridge i southern manufacturers at HiKli Pont: (I I will be made. thus forming/; a' third e cur tie lh.Re tl.l o rut Wa r.aa.-e Ae 1.
rl ug! lrm Mat gang, while working on :Muscogeo ; is abandomd That place is the great j route through Alabama tot'w Or r .
West Grro Nenna U.S
l I.n} is under ar- wharf yesterday, had his foot painfully renter of this industry in the south- j loans, IV .rrrnkuux

cut with an adze. em states It appears that a mush..r !' The company, already owns a line

,iMions! are alleged/; Ice was plentiful in all exposedplaces : of manutatturors in other states did !j 10 miles long from the Frisco road at

'.-'rltrtfuns from an i chi morning and the sudden not care to go into this big enterprise :' \VinfieId to the Brilliant coal mines in

rt -,hd! a miniature change in the temperature: has been I North Carolina has furni- Marion count It also has traffic
more ) a ..;.. : ':' ::. ..:. .:. :. "'' ..t "
Itnraingham!: furs productive of numerous colds.The I ture factories now than
any other agreement with the Frisco for haulingover :
t 1:
*ifactured silver\ lighthouse tender Mangrove : three sates in the south. its road from Winfield to Aberdeen i f you buy them from

:!!olds Several of sailed tin morning for Key West, getting out the coal from ISnlIlant -
..v fiilly, passed on where she will resume her work of Family's Narrow Escape. mines, which it controls for fuel j !'

art'' working on I uUy placing yesterday: buoys; and Collector other duties.J. K Htill-All Pittslmrg.. Feb. 17;.-Henry C. :MrDown : It has completed a surrey trom West .1 m BOSTON SHOE( STORE( l TALK l 11 OVER

man and family were guests onboard -}, president of the Union Trust Point. Miss. \Vinfield.. a distance of r '
: :' '\tan "XII..t."I" | ( i &I f) milesIn .
his wife
i : the Mangrove! of Capt. Singer; companv and their three chi! .they are good L.!
of lead and and a most enjoyable day was dren were rescued from their barbing building the road from Jasper to t ,.. : :-.J.

Tuscaloosa .... ,.
spent. home at Homewooil avenue and it ispr} likely a thin .- .

\Vtjihtman street at an hour eastward will be made, so ato take
early tins
Chairman W. A. Hlount :
'. 'EcD ENDED. special joint committee from of the the morning by nflehhor.: with ladders i,, in the Birmingham district and the AMONG themselves has brought many of the

commercial bodies and citizens, Their handsome residence into which i j coal fields of lilt)!) county This would

'. Where Notorious 'pointed to investigate qmrantine ap themoxeii! a few weeks ago was require possibly75' miles more of track j =. best dressed people to the conclusion that

'r' Stood. matter, has called a t1eHiugof that totally destrojed the loss on it and its than if a straight line was followed !but uc'f I

I h. I 17 Nf\t body for 7; o'clock tomorrow eveningit ouKiitb being nearly $Jllfjgo;;" insurance it would give the system access to the: : I Shoes that fit are thoroughly fashionable
.. lation 111111 the Chamber of Commerce room.: I
about $::JOIHI) freight producing section of '
>u Mni'l'is' '! in the liluunt-\Vat-on building. the south ,IIy and full of wear, and that can be bought
Every member ii ,
; urged to attend.
i o! a !lat! ;: Young Girl:: Ends Her Life. The expoits of coal from the port of I

i I1nUwlmd ",. The' P.utfilo )tr>. Co.; of Penacoh Columbia S. C.. Ft'b. 1'-Yf\stt'r'; Pensacola: are now vary large!: The) at a reasonable price there are none to

Hi- now ha* excellent llulfil. brand day mornirg: Klstiilson, KlbieHubsell. would no doubt be as heavy from NvvOikdiiB
:.t'i> 01 of biking powder on the market. : if there was 'OIllIIl'litlOlI in to compare with those at theBoston
't'his i* a local industry and HI! years 'ilti.I t an urcuh ant of a
Hill ialt .. house in the Red haulage lines from the coal districts
hou-ewife in Pen acola: through; Light! Ii trkt. sect a I,
.t ( i il.- I"l'all'ri le, should give ButllllI luk- bullet through her hoait A month .'of 1'ibb and Jefferson counties. when

ingpowdera trial. If they u-" it ago the girl!; tried to end liar lite in the most of the produc t now M nt out

aIm'iK"'! once they will continue to buy it, the police\! court She had 1 h..n taking of the country's. Shoo Store
', nag t.rt! the! fur' it is'a high grade, b-olutely morphine --- ---.
fI'p 'n"y.nlhiUf: h is, I II
..ui.-1! I pure leaveiiing agi'nt. All the local l'' I
known of the url s aiitfcedi-nts Thtre KM;I KHUN TO \riM.U B.\='oh>; ,
groceries carry it in toik. Try it i
t"I.IY.! :fee adverti-ement in this is a story of a marriage:; cruelty and ",
".I i \l I I I Kl, M'H sCIII.W: I iue.Mr.. Il :it'rtion, but thIs rannot he verified! An e\cur-ion will be given on the $-N. G. FORCHEIMER Prop.-(*
steamer kolooa HaturdaFeb.. :2'J!: ,
., -l'h.dllllj of the [ J. H. Wood a prominent ej \- Improvement In Sheffield.! to the Snapper 15 t inks, sure, leaving -- .

'. .rOenerul French j porter and merchant of Loui-ville. Sheffield Ala. Fell 17-Sheffield! Palafox wharf at S clock a. in., returning '. I i\inirivK ( O'4; ;\ ILiiKA :: ,
arrived at the Merchants the NAVAL HTOKKH MAlUihl.Dally
Ky. afternoon. Uefrehments
I Hprints for the thisnurrniug continues to show improvement alongall /; tame 1 meeting of the democratic excu: .
and at b:50: ) will be
clock, m served on board
!M'-rdiants who shipth lines of material development. The lteportffl for The New. by tive committee of F.scamlna: : county
company with E.: O. Mltmarh and at reaonable" prices.. Fare for the
abort of loaded cats representing' 'I Union Naval Stores Go i will beheld in the (tilt P of Hon. T.
t" *- various arms,' Freight'Agent J. M. Roberts, visited shipments round trip .V) cellt n ItdCASTORIA 1 ..
In.cCullaJh, at'7; n
and inspected the terminal- held out of hl\mAld for the month of KOSIS.i county judge >
here by the L. A X. )[r. Wood Januarj 1102.: bv the two railroads i WW.... Si! NS H II MWO p. m. Thursday aitlj day! of Febru
I ".a 7:I*I"I1I. was ......... 311I1 U. 1 41s. ry 1302) for the purpose of considering
7AhIII: favorably: impreed with what he here are as follow" Southern railway I ,_. .... ::\5: K .... .. i :i7', a recommendation of some one
I 1. -'oU.: .. tl,. -.i\\', and will speak a good word for 1.Oflf) ears: Louisville. and Nashville M .. .. 175 E lt",
... in- .. -.lfi.. in. Penacola when he returns. The I i K ... :ti :f- U .... ..... 1 'T'JII to fill the vacancy in the otlil't' lit sa-
.". n. in. : i I railroad. 7ft'' cars making a total of 2,3M For Infants and Children. I .. .. .... ..... 1 75 14: below ..... 1 .T'... | pervisor of rtKifitratton.
visitor and Mr.
nn' ItII.'< n ID, lUUl ttlfllf prominent rjaltmarsh (i, (ars This, is an increase of nearly '| tlrlalTRTnarasrlna-4'cenla.: i C. B. PAtH\JlIl.I..
.. f '. t .,,i Mi Ui and turn rei The
meettoday tOrt per rent over the same period lat Kind You Have Always Bought IAN 'oftHI'R\, ChalrnIJI.
i- II
...1" : 'I F. E. Brawner has bought the entire Heeretary.
I I' and '
i n' p. inl rear is exceeded bv no i point in '
... ...ip. mi An echo of the late Mardi Gras this territory excepting Birmingham Bears the8fgnattue /7 // line of boys'and girls'shoes of .i'
i 4' lUp, III.iv celebr-ttion! wa aired in the mayor's the Levy-Pou Co.'a stock at a great I will repair your watches ace!

'q i-it .. 'n- J J. |, IU, HUll>'i 1:slat p)inII "tl court tin morning, when Hen s ells of1GREATER Ck/H1 bargain and will sell them at less Jewelry in first-clan style. J. I
Ml,.. .. I I.'I.trii, unsaid Alonzo Hubbird were I The Production of Pig. than factory co't.I 1 .
WIt 1 ...-1 sv- .tftIi aturdiys the trifd for a little dierion.Vil- mrmln ham. *la.. ','b, 17.-The r

1\,1"1\, '- l Hlrr.lllcao\"JI'l'lck; Ihiniit was .-liovsu had fired his. production of pie\ ; iron in Alabama --- -- -

!I', ..1,' -It I It ti'.W: p. III. revolver at Hubbiid while the hatter is greater this month bv between goo

n" ,' 1d French i*; for army wag in :a crowd of not less" than and t'H) tons daily than last month and REDUCTIONS$>

iv' iinl .my Iut-id,.rulu-t 7". people because HublHrJ had aittd -.- before the end of the month there will |
i ,,,- fr Tie: MHcer--. smith and Connors tonrret be .
MII I : 'tutrtermr.tLI1t | ; : er i two other furnaces with capacitiesof 0- f
.. ,. drunken Hubbird A.T 0
a woman.
/' rI between 151 and :: (111| tons each a
di-cluruKl, but Williams wa
lined J>v Hi- attorney moved the day. to be put in blast The Tennessee .

I i" ivk fFallarid court cur a n.'w trial: in the ca-e. foal. Iron and Railroad onipany BRAMNER'SFor
) } IM'inlerfur\\ will! blow in a furnace next week and
J.V, I.urton. and
the week following! theVoo1ward
"itu.e. fur fiarlor, leIrOUN6ryttrliA'oour freight agent, and Agricultural

',. at MarstonIf. tod;pent' circulating Lirlilen.of among the L. k the X.farmer are start Iron (up'ompBDY11I have! one ready to1 i i; the Next Ten Days !

OI. illll'"t. along the I'tv A. line, and are .- -- _
-- -- '-- --
o :
inipre-.ii.g! upon the minds of them pf1\yon"t."rn !'lojm the Til-Ullnp, gg -S VJo
lit.I N IW >, bur eut* per w..ek free.-Ion oft! grown.of:'r of -eed. held\\ ..-t out Florida by the the L. and Q ic1.15athutltadylalill'wntothn'laaar. Having Finished Taking; Stock, we: find lots of Odds and; f4nrls: in all de/tartnicnlx

\Xto; encourage/: melon growing.It V'IT/iit: A 111th 1'\Tm(1i. and in order to Close these Out and make room for .A'A'lf SPRING GOODS

'f:7' q. -- \ i-b-\picteil among the the conntU'i two gentlemen"ill of \\.f'-t at J. :\L Howell's[ stand are doing Arrire Soon, we 'IllolcJricps below that lI'illlllO them at once.
... ;
.. -:-.": '---" ':- 11"t.::"t. Flurill.LIr about two weeks and the bet work in I'eo*strobe. Mr. F. --

..- : c4d .' II .. '4 the growervull doubtless bf greatly M. Turner, their blacknuth. i.. the yards Outing Flannel worth I.IKHI' yards Fancy Calico, worth .J'i PaiN '
....' t I It' I Hoy* Solid l[ -ltl her.shoe*
enlivened. The gentlemen left bet in the South. Mer: [ Pierceand !> ., to cloe at 5c. yard. r,c.. to rho-e at ic. yard. worth
H.'iV: SI I
,, our II.I.
;, ;... : 'k-j in! .rr \I'wton. their punter: *. 'all.t be IMHI Outing Flinnel price
... J Merday nuirning.Humors ( yards { worth i'1 li
.I'f : aN' yards Hedipd! : XaBlue Sl'airhBuys'N..h11I r.athf'rh@jf!
_....... ., beat for fine (painting. They al-o 10e., tll clove at jl-C.'. I I
.,. .1( Calicoe. warranted fast, 4i.c.' ;yard. fiiir quality, worth fl j 7;'-', our prif-
::bI,1'q of all kinds are prolific ofunre h ive aery hue cairnge: triu.m..rfrnm A good a-ortment of Dress; iood; U. ;
1'1- :: : ( trouble;. They may b.' Ell- Columbu, ( ;::1.. who .f\.d hi* ill de-irable color ill plun and Jim' Ilnys' Single and Douhle- .

r j f -i'L tubby expelled by a thorough:! course" apprentice-hip and capible 01 doing i fancy: worth -J'.c!: ., sM., ';'->c. and $1 11N1' Preated"suitworth:''" #LiM) to #I.::;>, herewed 7lPairHf.y'N Shoes, OrIPIIII" Cabl
)! J J w :::4 of 1111".)',; r4arparillt. the mot arti-tic work.Ir.. 1 i to clo-.. at IV.. :toe.: o lc. :and 7": c. to clo>' at ; ,e. and S"c. en It. $1.oil.I -iz" :-j to 5. wort1
our $1 l.ym.
Frank\ C'irroll hoe for :' 75; HuI'llIhl'dJr"a[ : price
reputation iyard.All 'uit .
: 1 i I .t '.> : 4 )IIHIOEWS: : : :.tort*. her-e*hur-ing; i.. the be-t in the nty, ..f our 7i; >c. Silk Velvets to worth $1.I .".) and #J.IHI, to close! at | Leather 81 I Pairs worth Child'Mi I f I.I"I.
!: 1 j i is m charge! the hoe! ,.|iop. ( i\p cloe at 5 ic. yard. *1.15and1 I .{:> our price 1r.
IS !Pairs
< Mi-e .
Shoes. 1 tn :
t I L : ? :MOJ.IVO, Fla., Feb. 17.-The contiauej thenialnaI ; price. r.j"lnhlp and I lot of Mlk Kemtiints: at half- ( BofublttIIIr..a..tNI l and Solid! Leather, wort!. 1.25, our
work ir.intenl', 17r4tKMU prn-
cold and di.agreeable: : weather ; iru: price Ilirfe-Pi1! ** Sun*, worth $aN> to
:- -=-- I lot of yard-wide: Percale, worth ?J.ell I. to do* at -' ;15 to ft: :2"i -.uit.'f 7'w.VJ Pairs Mi--' ..1.-.
;; ; -== i M to .
haliai: but little ellcct in retardiug :
14 I R.t: 1.1 ;. loc., to close at 71..1''' yard. I \\ < carry .1 full h r.of :Mn- worth fl, our I.rll'| Vic
.L. vegetation. M[my peach trees LUioy-nl( 4-4 lUeaclifd Dome i I"ultrrlllll'? I."'!) to # 111INI.( i to else at 1 You should look

.. : ,..) ire in full bloom. al"o the ..antll'l':1f: s\i i IA. saw lit,i\ -. hl i idiiri I.(. '....1 tic. no .1 1'Hl'Il. at I I':1' yard i :jor) 11 m. ili-count.!: Chlidr+n',4 Fine fioi-|' at-. our hue of
S; will Iat. J. .\ ISuw :): .icy. .
Some of the ---- -
alltll'llIul. : Japinvarietie : -- -
q' Y ) ll' -, the 1..I..y.;: Mi-unu and! --

..) .. -11 I t Comfort;: .,:,,. \\ ck"11 are al"" -iiowing whiteblossoms. F. E. mUWiWS\\ l OiSTE-PRlCE! CASH IIOIJ&'E.Kl'

The rae lut-he", p.iiaegranate ,

.'Pn- '; ;.!lancecan :tad! even or mires are putting ;t'i}) :> SOUTH() PALAI'OX S'I'IIEF1'. 1G2525'SZ !

.1111" .,i j ;a < ;.i- been out able[ fresh to .1"|lease'o>; much in have lit-lds not or USE[ NOTHING BUT 1 1I

'. ti. I-', i in! anyn girJeu. 0111tl1 plow and Iiuuuire.In Ze c5252S25z5Clearance -

i ., I: ,I the ginleiipia\ -, colltrd, rib :
'1. lIl: g"* and b. et reed have been sown I, '-# '"
: beds
and peas pi u ted m November are i '..1' :; l (sip
Iii ('i! .ri'nin. > '',aa ...rt...
: .
-ink. .
now reitd.v t :1. ...1::' Sale ..---'Z.i ffd.Clearance
ii- :' and for I never bavte..i d.ceIll'I' ni'ni ::...ff : -"'t; fJ J Sale :
..tG'r.t. ,, .
; .
.. .... . .. .1, .
,'- n in Iji- il'iiu- .*r.ius :itul va-t 11 ,ckof th.-m ;ae I\i < .
H f.; 't
tI.lih'. \Vnod cock are not bv !4j.. ..{,
I i' t the! dirt| old any well U1P'III'In' uul I cmcir y.:j'J J'..I. !i:.:. ... .:-It:: ,< 1_"'"_ I J

... < 'j
<-i r ,ir yen 'J "'A_'
up :a pair iiio-t my im ruing I : :-' ,_ H'li1n
fug at the bottom of my field. i :'\
.\I1III'at w.t- mortal of Jll'nn..l\! ,1t.! >}')r.III7' fit'--S # .
: 1 Crabtree waconigned to the: earth!i ': ;! I: ; 25c'SZ25252525' S25 r5

-i! ( las ( o. '>n l'ue-day evening: at Pine lUrrenMr I ... ,I
') : NYug'in* clo.ed the mill downit I

1 12: in.. gu'ing! the empl >;yean op H! BRAND I -Great Clearance Sale of
':Lt.. Pf3CoIJ. fit.e .
portuuity' to how their re-pect to.! Dating f1onday-; ,
one who had for *oiiie yen* wait+ d I

PLl.I = HOUSEi' quite upon( them a large 1 "o githenng uthfully.: at Thert'Va.the grave.* :1 10 yards for 35c.

foe H. v. Mr.[ f,iwretice: of the A m mw m

:Methodi-t church olliciated reed- :
iv All 10-cent Outing 10
\ February 21.Vi.KMKNT ill; from the hook of Common ), t. yards for 75c.__.@ :
Prayer the beautiful chapter on the

\ ; [ ; rt'lirrt'l.tioll.: etc. Many il,>ral YOUR GROCER KEEPS IF i; 10,000 yards wide Torchon Lace, our special importation, on center
the coffin
wreuhvereplicedupon counter this sale at 5c
I per yard.
a- it w a* lowered to its retinsrplace.
V We have just received a shipment of Ladies'
; New )
\ GOODU1IN The E-cambi river is very full Spring Waists
but not out of its bank. ; [large lot* of in price from 50c ,
timber and logs pass: daily going to ::11 I Manafaetured! in Pensaeolabv ; to $5. .

MINE EIiIiIOTT"t Terry Pi: **. All Black Mercerized Sateen Underskirts
Mr. skinner and three or four lbBuffalo at Cost I \

>:. "\nirnrAQ gentlemen came up on the early! 50 dozen Gold and Silver Shirts at $1 and $1.50 I !

.. train fully equipped with guns and jVIfg. Co each. We make a !! t !
-plendid hunting dogs, crowing the leader of a man's 50c Shirt and defy
river to Chumuckla for bird;. M r. '
'\ '- Were Twenty-One! :Skinner:: ha* some three or four We call attention in Furniture Department to our New Line of I : I'

thousand acres under wire fence Matting, J !
1&.1 till- lllll-Olllf and the game ha: been well protected i- our own importation, ranging in price from 17'c to 321iC 11

-S...1 II II \. a lurk !. l'utVO.ii'! Scissors shears, Ilocket per yard. 1 .

.1. F. 11. Bruce will end an expert and table cutlery of the l'ery Fifty i Carpet Remnants at 75c each..p I I. : :

on. 1 I."i'' Hid lM n t mechanic to your restd..nce or otlice best makes at the loweste

and da any kind of look. key trunkordoorwo'rk prices at the Willis Hardware j. '
I Ii- \Y..JII..d IV :NI you need : call l Co's. W. & B. FGRBESI .





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There r
SAYS..II are ao
I many U(
I i t. I Ix.'.
Fonrnlrr on Auto DrivlnK.ITenrl in
a family when h"ait>. .

i Th Fournier the world's greatest "A light purse I.s. heavy curse" the !standard. Oti' ut > .
: valuable ? .
EquitableLife chauffeur has some very
Sickness makes
: ideas on the subject of auto drlvinK t' a light purse. thing of n." to fUr.\ rH. .

The LIVER is the seat of nine l'' ble liver .
tonic. '
I'ournler says: that In order to become omr; '
tenths of all disease.Tun's DP a |liver
n trustworthy! motorist a man must be.gin j lazy ant Mud
11\11'\ Assurance Society !j early and practice long. lIe must work without fail and "I",, '

i. ; :I I not I'l'l'uml'l afflicted with that ever Kr to the r.Hlf-Dt. HH-\

i : prexalent disease, overconfidence, and Pillsgo i H the Drat lu-r torn

: should always be cool and eautious. the \hou." all|| the .
Of the United States. IJTJH
; 1 .ci : The French speed demon names the all uepn-i-". ,
r rrr .,
of the Important -
I nbll.ty to Ftmns being one will ..*- .
I nvjuisltes for the successful to the root of the whole mat- t' t
," Forty-second Annual Statement, for the Year Ending December 31, '90'. i' .
: hnufffur. lie speaks as follows on the ter thoroughly quickly safely ,
Your ,
1r... :.. ,.
i "I t ASSETS. INCOME. !', subject: "Any man who has ridden a and restore the action of the inurant.... w ;" rt Bll' .. 11 :
bicycle should be able to adapt himselfto .. fry :
LIVER to normal condition. Id.we n't: fl. "ur
ii .. I I I r

I, i k I, Bonds and Mortgages . 60755929.94 Premium Receipt $48,712,002.6? I auto driving;; without much trouble i 1 Give tone to the system and CALF ynu :Jot 1\: '. \1.1.," II. r liRt.." s.I. ,k ,I. .. !

; J. Real Estate in New York Interest Rents etc. 15662603.27 I I i solid flesh to the body. 1

; IncludUg .lqufO.b,1IL&J1d1cc.: 22,365,779.72 I! i

1 : I Income $64,374.605.94DISBURSEMENTS.. I' I Take No Substitute- elfGlutiie II ) ST': ;:; ; '. ,1 !

i United States! State, City I .
: andvatmat RaAlro.d Bonds and etb.r'a
t '
t'mrkt vaia' ov.r C*.t. i I It : rinest url1lflCr"ur 1"I" "
I*,*.Ii4GeI.! 176,032,549.00 thur, son of General Mac.Vrfbur, will!!
I J.lJuintl..,. ,
\ b' manager. lie is also a niemluT
Loans secured Bonds and
by .
Death Ckima $15,564,651.21 second cluss and stands at Its :,
Stocki (icukct 17,35.ovu.00 !
I ulle..IQiMI".OI/ .
> Endowment and deferred uad. j i\Foley's llon\\' and llJr i

i .PolIc.I"O Ils. 1o,539,551.33: ds".upolldM. . . 5,653934.6] cures cold*, />re-, ,
I ArLnntn Jockey Clnb'n Dntrv. I '' 4 ;
: Real Estate outside of New Annuities . . . 686 :250. 1 t
Arkansas: Jockey club has: announced
f \'ork'Dd\ldILllOot\cebllll4.c. 15,427,312.39 S rendrValue5 2,067,265.85Dividend I 1 -- -
; the receipt of the official IMtification !

'. : Cash in Banks and Trust to Policjbolders 3,742,519'57 of the assignment;; of dales.Mart ] I'KXSACOU;

t' lempul..atlotarht.! . . 20, 305>308- 5 .h 21 to 2''. Inclusive, fur tile I'ril!'; nGONSERVAiORY

I Balance due from agents ,r 566, 4 1 1 50 I' Paid Policyholders $27,714,621.42 ll't.tlng. t i f r OE f MU! .

Commissions, tdrertisir.g-, 4 'I fIP ) Golfer Doo ';l.* Iratrn Amrrlrn.
Interest and Rer.ts.
: 6 R I
r iDM rifts.Accrued 1,5..14 ,,) 43'5' 3O3-40.: pants &tichiage ,012.3 7.43. t'a' Findlay S. iMusIas.: the mtlrnn.litangolf ( ; E. O'L' CBAFFEES I D)

I l All other disbursements 5.145.993.1(7( champion has sailed fur Kncland: ,
Premiums due and in
procesacfcoUtctloB I I to spend five weeks at Lis home ia :|
. 3,8,957.00.oo Sinking Fund. rM'HESL1

L4ctcn of book nInes of Bon<.l Q .. Scotland. I "LUIo."if'1' Culture. V.
.1 Deferred Premiums . 2, 524: 815.00 I ,.......-.4 .t t premium .3,5 / .00 I Or 'JI1. Cornet. .M.utd.iliii' I.Cello I.
Her Pit FnJ.Mrs. .

: i Total Assets. . $331,039,720,,4 i j Disbursements . $39,191,159.01 \ Jono woman. stick Itobinsnn: to! a fad I Is I ctrl AI-o Director 1'111'1'01. t

Rand and Kilt-: ,
I r We the of fM boT. A steady hand is absolutely necessary, haw.Mr
hereby certify to eof.cmers & ilttement .. Rrown Why. I never llt'arl.

; FRANCIS W JACKSON', Au *ttr. K. ft COC7Jl l.1C. Ass t_l At+#*,.. X. W. VA.INS, "",,.,.I, ....tlir-o. and practical fxpfrience as a steersuan anybody mention that Ix'fore.Mrs. Brass and String Music Furaisbid
t I. is the only means of obtaining it. I
Jones-Can't help) that. It's "0,
LIABILITIES. !1 ASSURANCE. "In regard; to oNercunlidence, I will ill Occasions.
all the Hahn .Iu>t MV lill"lit' his
; say thin muck. The man who affects to !1 \tlJrf'." I.canlbiA: ll- .t.I l
admiring that husband .f hersi ;
Assurance Fund $256.007.493-00'J ;:one on
: (or Reserve) l 'TlJtt T roucu lunD AT tmtim COMMI.TCO TALVM. know c. ..rything about automobilesand
i these twenty years and wofl'-IO.11 Htudlo : I'u\olr.\ tlf Kr.t, It.
j.All other Liabilities . 5.903.185.28 G""% its ding Assur- autouiobilniK is a dangerous; JHT- I Transcript. I Cl ur.Hard .

I' IoUllaJt' to come in oontact with. Theworst I

f Total Liabilities. $$259,910,678.28 anee $1,179,276,725.00 t smasnups i have P\tor seen were', -

brought;; alMtut by operators who imagined

i Surplus . . $71,129,042.06 I New Assurance $245,912,087.00: I that their reputations would f : Sense.

1 & shield them from all chance of mishap .

1' ,t 1 We h.pby certify to the rorr ctr.M of the above Intemect. TM ReMrv at per the independent valuation ."

t + of L.e N V Ls.uri*.. Department. U "' s.409. )&.oo. For Suerlatend nti rtiacAte see DtuiVd! Statec'.enL ,
I p, J. Q. VAN CiSK. Jet**? R. G HAN, Annttvt't .f,""?. Indoor tthlrtlc Meet In :>.-w fork It takes keen common sense,
The annual winter athletic meet of
f and
I added to superior judgment

\\ have examined the accounU and Assets of the Society, ad certify to the correctness of the foregoing ( the KllIl'I..I'rbol'l'rtLIt.tic club, which : experience, to be superintendent ofa
ttatemtct. is si-bediiU'd for MadiMin Square < !arden
railroad. Such a man never re-
WM A WHEELOCK. V. P. 6.MY&ER, C. LEDVARD!: 'a on the evening of Feb a, IfHKl, I
BLAIR C. II ALRXANDER. OEO H SQUIRE.Sft.ul commends anythingthathehas not
Cfmmiftft of the Board of Uinclori. giver promise of beiiii a very mciehsfill crucial ...
test. .
an'air.t this meet the athletes. himself subjected to
JMESWLi.l .+.?.-,, JAMES H HYDE ""t'-l'rm.J 1 I
railroad -
GAGE E. ,...... *. who taiiko it a pmitt to eoinpito ia A prominent superintendent
J TARnELL. 0S />? OBuKlii WILSON, Thlyd V.. e Ptu WILLIAM H MC1NTYkliFrurA ViTliOilAa " 1'
1 VILU.\M ALrXANJAiE3 S...relary. : D I d".irs throughout the winter !season living at Savannah Ga., In ;
JDRDAX t.n'pl'oi:" flDXEY D KJPLEY.: Trea*rrEiWARI y
t Q LORISO, Ktftitrar. W LAMBERT. D and 1mW AiD CURTIS, M IJ. UmnalLiu_tari. will be dealt unite !leniently with n> far which city he was born, says he /

as i-piked shoes are (concerned for there feels better than be ever did, and ,..-,,/ /

DIRECTORS. will be 110 reMrictioiis. The fniupetiiors he had the worst case of dyspepsia / / ton i

J W ALEXANDER JOIES1I HYDE may wear n'ikes or Dot as they wiMi. record. He had no appetite, and /.1 t J). t t

1" torisFtT7r.FRAtn.THAUNTEVM JOHN A STRW; T. LEVI P )101 TO\. .XB H SCHlFr, L H. HARRiMAN The intcrx-hohstie team rtlay race, the liule he ate disagreed with him / ,V'A .
HILL. t.FRr.UG! VAND"RPTL'. eight laps each: runner to run two ",/.I.
tr A.UHhtLOCK.. T LINCOLN, D O MILLS, '\\? 1.S SMITH JF.l'fr.Rnn'OU..HF.: Kips will no doubt prove the star event causing him to vomit often. + '

,,. HEXkYG.M'RV'A\D.: J J ASTOR GEO.J'ID. *YC. FRICK, A'r'srIlFLW"r. on the programme.j had pains in the head, breast He.1: j i1"1t I

t COHNELIVSX: BL1SGKO '" GAGE F. TAR BELL, GEO. T \;IL>' .s. ALEXANDER Si. WM f. VAX HORNS, I other V) stomach but after using three
y j The events are a \ yard nut
1 H ofRE! \RVI.V HUOHITT.WM T Hkwn r L Pi i F.R. .tiS J. KcCOOK, THOMAS F.CKERT.: l t 9. /s
r THOMAS !lORIHN H MCINTYRE, E W LIMBER r H C IUAKSTICK. C LEDYARD BLAIR. i novice: 191 i yard run, handicap! : :!::'I of P. P. P. he felt like a new l .. I -

I <" II. ALF.) ... DEi!, :M. HARTLEY UOOOE. H M ALEX \lIrR. DiVIDH.MOFFAT, WM H.B.1LDWIN.JL, :yard run. handicap; ..t-, 'ur.1 run. man. He says that he feels that he $.. 7fJ.-

V r SXYDF.RVtMfELM BRAYTON IXES. J F oi.NAVM..h. i. SIlJEY D. RIPLCy. TI1ONHS S. YOUXG. j handicap: too yard run. handicap: could live forever if he could alwaysget } / .

i IXJIAN1.:: ALANSOS TRASK, il. E IXo\L; .->. JOHN SLO \:NE. JOSFI'HT. LOW. 'I three mile run ""nltI'ht: II> yard run. : P. P. P. His name will be given ;.,..

1.1 N. B-FOR FURTHER PARTICUI SEE DETAILED STATEMENT. notice: running liich! jump handicap.nnd oft application to Lippman Brothers, the >V .
I a wm janl I'UII.11"11 to lioj's of
proprietors of this great remedy. T
: the public Pihools uf Greaterea
YI.rk.Till'. Dyspepsia in all its forms i ie promptlyand ......

II I I P. I'. I). General
prizesviI1' be new novel nn.lOf permanently cured !>y

;. KNOWLES BROS. and lack of place to vim and atnV.: ..n t' ,
General Agents (escri iiiuialalui- and without! d''ubt Debility energy give

the: best pn/.es i-ffcrcil till- year outside the use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental' Ji- rills '

I'f.till' t'haml.jlllll' are eradicated by P. P. P. Uheutr.atit.rn is conquered and to "
: ,
PENSACOLA, FLA. I Kmries ilu>e with J. l:. Sullivan, 1'> by P. P. })., as are also Catarrh and Malaria. P. P. P. is a pur. 1 w a

.I furl platycw' York Jan. ">!J. in favor for
table compound, which has steadily grown years.

T'nl ss the owners of the Brooklyn
Some Thnt \r" 'frn" \rlnMll', but \\ In"'r -iuiliiilil.Fnow With a Balloon. nastl'lIlIlilt.. are wide awake they wPI I Iloe -

Ittrn 1'x1 r Netaphurirnll, ..--. |1' ii .! I him. I How \\"ouhlou like to fail skyward
that prince of l.nlll'laYf'f'l. the redoubtable
J, ,'. 'I". d. I 1 1Twi.
Perhaps Ho III Sinla lire MJ iusc.idin : | 1hnit .,f ,1,1 Mi.ri \ ..h for l.r, 00 feet or more hunting Willie Keelr-r. Tho sturdy!
\ : to the Judgment of those who inJiHcitly ., ,, WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
I ::: 1-: I :t'I"K so ""f'tn' '.n. with your feet entangled in a rope little outfieldtr has receiml n gilt
k4 I Mc\e; tht'111 as llio..e wlucthssirt rn- *tIn1 14'Ililht.u1! :-! .i. --pliii's.
and our head doxi n'' Such war the cilcd:: offer from the I troit club of
/.IK- Z.,. :1" h: IT.lli Wrw ttWI"yfnr wir -
: ; ii.I R
;.j.i what is alisolntdy true actutlljend : Sir...:, uli whi'f "b.- i"=' h 11- p.tihnaylli expijicnce of Carlton 1'. Myers, a ,i the American lea cue. which he intends r d' q? ..iu II imminl. aka '

\ITJ ofiui false imiapnonciilly.Fur \ N". ..ou.I! roo' '.i i twelve-year-old West Liberty iLa. to a'-ct'pt it the I'.rouklyn club II.,,'s notmeet ++ I aryl In. j'MW ii what... m-e tram t..r' : ;
I 'Instance., "\\' here there's smoke 1i ..h.t! 1-- '"1 II,' fn.I I r .,n.S..t' ... '1" ( ) with that would' make it our>'_|'" U II'. ba..L

i' '''rds iie" and "Straw .show which I ..- v.,1 i ,, .. p'." ... I, Loy on July G last. Carl was; helping w.rlh"llill'it for one him to remain here. tr l>ur' 'M'.r.I.-.r 1 I.. T...i < /,

Ati 01.1 lW tt iii i' I\"old. .. hold big balloon down xiht-n rl! "I... r- i I
., oat: lln-, wind, hints:. If by !Mlio:'e we ,, I a "r.usitM"-s 1 is business" Heeler .. -, ,. ,
I af ill- h "
bays I
u rti -: n M
I Inln" ,. .. .... .... .
I'.a, !. ,'ii.-l! MII'J! and gossip, then I -- S'.uiJiimnal l suddenly it sprang into the air. "nnd I propose to 1:0 wlier- can g' t I' '- I I r"'..."i .1.'M i .I u.II .
.. ,. ikal i Iii fed in the .. .. "H "!. ..41in" f". I
t i- i i- ii I'I :: : ml .I'eryar.' i were caught; ropesnr'd the raost money t'specially whc-i t'i, VI a ill I'lii.- III.> ... *.li .- ,

t i : ''., 'i..d! litli! : at all! :N. aNPr; I >'.1 n. iKi'i ". S ml. \>,'I : e Hi .' I 1"#
'i.I'1'.1"!" l fj! II 1 1i's : .
} iirrii'd "
I II ; w:is (( upward! in i Makeof thel'etroitclub.

1 I '. t I \ ::1 .1 \ I I' '. :..1' I .1 .. i .. ., tlic }le!:riir! -'ttp. Tlii' |I.-.y \IT.IM'Vclung -- : I't

J d : : : I I.. mil I.| }J' < -
j ; t" the Irii-:! and !I'na'.lv: ( ..MJitTvitiMr : V.'nnli Rnclnc foarne !lib..rt.n"11. ,
I. .' .i... 'I .' !u f M'! 'h\ \
I -I;' OI'' ,,[" I :.II'i'1: .: ,' .: : 1"lrl' 11.t ,. r )I'I J:. Ii!. Borrow. Harvnrd's b-inl" :: ] n.". i wI
: I II .\ n \ I I,1 1 1I I I
l : I, : I 'Hi'it, ti, I h,,' Ins:: t'oH'h. Las n-cened mii'-li < ii.I : : 1-
: I'
..,1 I "I I h' 1'" S. -I I I I 1' II I I. Ii I I.. :. .
nil' nda'inii 1 In aquatic ircl. s liecii: '

.1 .<'1" 1",1t I of liis sues: ..sfi.m! to lower the di-laii' '. i ICAL\'OIt4.S0APCO., LT j I ?' i 1; -,:? \.J.' ._ si. LOV : .II
r .I.,. ... \ : 'sr'4 I'nIrnit; uflT I '.
of the annual: ,'i:1::l t oared race with '
I 1 I'" 'I .I : I t.; 33S5g @&& &QSSZZS 1
i i I".. "' rrt: 1 t1J. \;- ii i .11.1! i'OIl.'. \' ie', .i Yalf. ,( '':11'11 Storrow advneates tint ---_. .. -
three ihsicaUof
be lowed
thf.II user n ;
i'i. 1. i .' i'-r i hiI
-.1'I -. l [I. !Li' ilO
? !Is
The scheme
J I 11.1.: ,: i'h. ]lit.. t.i, !! du; 'r a t'oir mile course.
ii." >\ ;.1..1\| |:\ l.e |I' 1I MCI-\ n I'H.HJII" and will probably be ac TIME TABLE.
.. ... I. 110.' 'i,1t : t:ilh .1: : ."I i\vo lin- .r oiicf': l.ilii'.k. T -
:t .1\\ "' : \ the two collt .
l"'Itl'll.y Ri'S.Inivvcm
.. H ; ill!'O'K Ihu cii.ii I.,: eli .
'ak *
I. L I. s !' alii!: ?t \ m.iiij \\ LOUISVILLE AND
t u ,, _'I..uiol| like 'o' :i-iw' Inthin |".-tii ..
t \ Ln"yerr tin I'I'''. I.< <>4 HIs Trnlnrr, 1tt.t'ECl HM KMItKIt I. l 11.11.
!' i : .it liule pn.I'rlo! < oiitiibuttil to
I liarI,
I t .fill: .K fur ni"! i It is announced that Thomas W. i
.I :Ii'1 1t1.u\ ;;,; h-HpiHll to ttit'se''I li'-! whole n!!. -;p'. nt. Lawsi'n has decidwl to quit the turf. Now Orlcmn and Mobile

.ii \\ :u t." And 1'0 they d.) wait, till j jtiic Ai.'! wh'n rs iT w. This doi's not mean that he will 1 p> out -----

''I i..j: 1l ng'hkh i+ wiz to lapranI. j i the rv>xt i t', I h \'. nt. he will 0.8. .o.t. No.S. No L .N. 1
of the! h..r business, but
-.,. does and theyi Then his i. I.t'.t :.irr.'lcd I 7.n" lJ:15m 11 :Of. p 1"'Vr 1'0.01"i .. Arrive I San ii i.. ,,
\ r} one happt-n I For \ \ i r\ -I, pay no attention hereafter to racing.Jimmy ) s:.'" H11Mi 4:27 p 1e a 1\"r.. 1 1'.III"tIn 1.,.,, 2:10. I l ... 1
.' ,. '. 132 2.55: Isavr ... I !
a :01..lult
Till! thi re w 'M -i iti i Catcomb. awson's. trainer, it p 1.\\1.0.1 I I s it I I.
_.. /I::f.p j 7:91" I.r.t'r N.a 1..1..n"
"'!:JI! ttiey but have realized that For his ow n r: nt ? ii j enItIM
l his service in that capacity
contains fari 1'i' : .j' '!r. North.
d' "L. l.itaus is I""In _
I i mid made arrangements; to f p> Into
... l-nlli 111.11 its opp.wite they
i. ; Il | l'"rlin|>s He's I't'"uil"! ji.'irtnership! ) with Scott Hudson the I
._ ..l I I. .10.1 iic, something in hfP.i | V< No. 1 St). .. i o.l
I. "
W/ V\ 5- =? / .
wonder wlm tlds !L. / = 7i driver. .
nilI I i- v I j / Kentucky l5p m lrhiprn: I. svr 1'.n"'lnl. Arrive
i I N. .- :Mi eke '.i'\Hi- of an tupm .
wants to Know' wheiher or nut l II.Thrlh I., 6Hil\m fl:>; pm Arrive !>t"htl"m..r.I..e IIUI..D.
L .11! f.ict I'i .in: a sunli.i ? II :511 a m 0.l..pat >rnvr..Bnmingham..I.rsv.
i means '" i 811lm
'\ lit in;: : I \p.v: e.t I'olnt Ponthnll rnplnln, 7. 6 p in :\.ion morrl", Na-hvlll, Leave
: 1 '!i \\ i is :I"; I'liuitiar with the :1to..111 H:I'I" m Arrive .. I.OUIiVlllfClnnniihtl .
.. "OhlrlllllllI> some ( 'lIowL.! 1.Innlr I, t'ad.t It->crt 11 lUijers of the secondc' i '" I ':'5)111I
j 1 \' in'\e IUHS liefore any ,. 'Al.'tu 6 Jtl 7Onin llfwnnt: ArriveTl.Vf 8'" p ni
li ouethan he klloWs! I. .! -- h.-'s been electiil captain of the 7::.I" m __ I.t'! p m \ *-l. 1..utl
I t i I' -i 1 .1 rid: ti': ; \' tystalnPnt311iei I"p IPPENSACOLA
;I do with.Life.The : ;. r.:' 1 \\ ., '. '- :. i 1"" I tl!,c \V\s I'oint football team. Cadet n.yI'r AND
: .. "M. U' \ t' eid? Who has RIVER JDNCflO.N.
I ''I i ; L... .. .' 1. -' : ,, : _" : .::xty has [been on the team since he entered -
: i t. i d t- : ins ncb a gne I So. il-liaily No S-l I iiuilni l.t. ., .. 1 1.....i] as a plebe and is one of the sol- atop 'II''fof..Um"' nut ) iti Nil S-I. t '
I ; .' II In' t. '' : bad job Or Of I i- !. .I! ti-! Lli:_-iit: of -- -- ---
f I. l I AnxiousoiHu \l.ln l .ir.'i t ,i p rn TWII a m L\ nhac ,.. Arrive ..
\ :1f' l.-'t; f. I" : '
: of air .. 11
r't |1'
uuuii of nai. r"rr
ih" comment
j 1 :15! ,
1.f your loveor i.e ii. .i:ah-\Ic il.-.i t I II -= == -- --- : night j !ii\ I I". ,:"" luau. 1".;(;"
i f \ ...usoVline I IVamiful Maiden It ': rjl \ r.,1', : !it;t.': :'t :: .. date There i2.r:IJ" 7:0\: .". ) 1I..I'a I I" .u
t< 1'L! :1' 1 A NIGHT ALARM. 1'I 'SI I i iM i E... :
;;? i \ believers: in a motto have applnil the cyanide! ..t utn 'i.. .1 r);" .I i : : i" Ring chase for ni:. 1'i": .no Muini.11I..11. .. i I".:-TT
| poiii" \1'rse than alarm of fire .. I '" in"Jt7w :
.. .. is Ui Into foolish action : tL.. 1.1.1:: ; an at It.>i\I" ... Harp I ..
: ; | ie t. :In.IU d> 's n-it r'':'pt+nd.-t'hit'agt oa part of tl.e It.;;' .: .. p) :t
I ,. of life nljrM; ithe bray croup whiclj 1:15": I. hilt sty 11).16"I
; Utter in the race .
Tnlmuo.i ,I1 '' ''
( ruts some wagons: some onhor : ;11II" ..... Milton "
... \\liii: rt'ly11"'D| ofexhieb I -- back sounds like the children'death Ito am... ... to ...... Goo.1 !'L"nnf .. "
i ( other on font. After a 155 klfi" 00 ..... .. .
f'UI.I" Halts
but cautiou And Propou knFoIi and : death tll'l"
-iniUing it mean unlssomething
; !::!IJ" I abl to _...... .. .
chase ..
'. ,. of three miles the balloon: MilliKnoCre *.::11I"
I ... to arrive Lm.IIo lh CUllllll a I'U.-lnrfs! ; i i.. dune quickl.v. 2'I" ..
pencnilly seem Foley ..__... tvu>w ..... ili"
: their pw.l. In however bad cond- j i nudeart at his 'i.spos.i! was; seen slowly to descend. It f.nal- Honey and Tar never fails to pive S: ,' ll.i IJ" .". ......Isetl.And .... to .:11"
'i Vh"n th1 I
: I rr.a.V In how \ to earth in fieU; of in-tiut relief and quickly Sa: 9:10" I.y lI..tod. 00 Wto) "
ly came a frain cures tllP'H'rt
; till!). l.i.I u nn Sp>'it.itur. i III rt-r+iuir.-s i"ith f.n.nt ki.sai 1J11 ::i:) ...UeFnnisk "'pring. :11"
I :J I It What ID calked "It sea'.nl; proposal" here it gently dropped! the] form of croup. Mr*. 1'. L. 4.11 ;,, to H .. ... ArK.vl 1:66 to
;1 i. : I -Ph1',adnL. Hullt'in. :yuing Cordier. of Manninston, Ky.. write> : ,,,,1" I": ? to.. I'once dot L son .. 7:ft "
.' 1otber* on *:f"ly give F lt'y' aeronaut. A triumphal profession "My three old girl had 6.H' ) : _. .. .. W"ttvIU" .. .. 111"
t I':1' II'HI"Y"hi M their children for llotlun"*>l.lron.. was formed and the year a ;severe 1 ID 15 .. _.... Caryvllletblpley ... .. 7.11 '. e'
: 'f ; I boy was carried of the doctor to .. .. ..
ca-e croup ; aid she Ii 3.1
tI"tltdolds, for contain: no Sirs. Rose--Carrie that )( Settle N'i1) ........_.IonltiJ': .. ... 4IIi!
!, l'lHI : .It i, says r. back home, and there a purseof could not live. I got a bottle of 8:11): 0' 11.7" ..._.... I 4:11": i ..
t 'I' ,,.'iall':" ,.r oth-r poi'soiM.V.. A.I Is the best man In all the world. I hundred Folcy's Honey and Tar the first sa: ) Ii 1117"' Couondale e .. .. eI: ( to
t t 1'1 i !)'''rt. 121 S Pailftlhi Mrs. F-ail'-That's what a woman always a dollars was raised to If*) to 11: 5" to .......Marlanna .... 4.!'li' I
I show to the boy how much his dose gave quick relief and saved her j8O" 1If5" ..._ Cypress SJM&JK t ra
i I'ynyttalwm lt1oU"'N iUght Away thinks of the first nan who takes I pluck [ life." Refuse substitutes.! W. A. 140" 11bl": .. ..Grand Kldge.. 11 ,

UId a.irt'dS end t>1 toll W.a.1 a ds notice of her.-Boston Transcrint j was appreciated.-American Boy. i D'Alemberte,1318. Palafox. i 1:501"II UIJ6 Boon ItneaGu 6.:11":
11 8U 11:15" Arrive.$1verJnnotloa.Lsave i'10 to A


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fl. TaE OFFiCE phlrAL CF President of World'. :!!
had loved
l I t The Christian Endeavorers They In childhood, and FOLEY'SHONEY n
'/'I. --;} 1741 P. r.da.r hare orfranizrd now he was a widower and a grandfather / '

lllandalanue! a world's union and have Inoori she a widow and a jrrondmother.
'II I jrated under the
.. laws of Map!aehuwtts. "Wouid !it not be pleasant tot' us to
._ j He\. I-'rancis B. '
Clark who
bring the little
people out to the park .
i has been at the head of the 1
I Christian
.. Ntit1AGTGY tomorrow he su::::esttsL "I should I
:1""" Endeavor cociety in the United States I \t
"t like to see grandson. Indeed
your 1
j jI I il'
.: should.
; I

-. "And! I should so loie to see the little AND TAR :

'!, jrirl.! It would be nice, wouldn't! it?'* 1i

18 1901 I "And we could show them the bears i

I and other beasts and let them play
Co. l .
A.i t. -cner on the grass! and we ourselves might j.
I talk of .
ago. days. There was j
meaning in his eyes as he looked into 1

t :m-I have the sweet old face. She knew it, and. I The Greatest Throat l

.AO Dandruff with a faint flutter of the heart like 1

L. :'r: that of the ;girl who had given him the

.r the past flower before quarreling with him she

t' : found it an nc Uieseod| in the arrangement. She and Lung Remedy. :

: r.t prepara's would bring a lunch for the children

and they could watch them at their L

t play. For over a quarter of a century no remedy ever devised for throat 1
He saw her while she was yet a I
di-I ;
., '- .,... tance and walking !
flower I
; # -7 marked lawn toward the fountain and lung troubles has equaled FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It Ii

I'' where' they hind arranged to meet. ,

1 yOre ', came Somehow to him the and\lslon remembered of other dues that has long been a household B i favorite for all coughs and I:

Iti tJdtl.I and liar /J : she had once looked like this when she

i had moved down the path and under I colds and for croup ffxjflH3E and bronchitis. If !

-PRAS/"T".n_'__" v_ 'rT._'In"A.,. the flpplO blossoms to meet--- him-- nt... thingate '. t. -

twos! eloctod president, of only then there was no blue capped j
union. The and white walsh'd,7fantlcbilt! running I prevents Pneumonia and '
union starts out with 01ICO
SfEC/ [MOTICES.OWE ,- at her side. He remembered also
sopietlos! and an
) of 3fi20fK)0.:! As ('\'ldl'llf'ln! iwmlersliii the- white that uo frock little hIIIIII'I.1 golden his haired hand girl while in head a i Consumptionparoxysm It relieves the I

'\tiit of the work done the r
liy Ulldfiuorers
h: waited: at the gate tr had lookedtip I

Cl'T 1 moan.I to the I'resiilMit fact that there'lark' are calls now atlerititin fin- ) at in him the and name asked of grandpapa.him childish questions I of coughing in ,

societies In the Madras
presidency of
1-1. ; The children
I were and
shy "
India alone. He further says: "Jaiian) back when they were ; I It cures ncuwhooplnbcoubh -
'citt'l' Ik t! ; hlntws more interest in the work than earnestly L
I .Ml !III I'.I..1t1t'lOot it prompted to shah.lands and kiss eachother ,

i. tint her n.IoH'rt'wry.." eagerly awaiting; fatly and! the and little was 111Ifinallv chid therefor.refused monia by heal- I i !: ing and strengthening -

i .unnl.
Then they all went to n j-ree-i hMIIde.!

.r linim>\rd \' no Fame by ( bane,. and under the sli!'do of a tree they the lungs. I If taken
: The of
... .in If I'd ,'b..III"1. | ., story Williunl1t'n White'smidden gavly spread the little him h. ,4'
41 "i'ukiu" .U ll'.larg.unmW't leap Into fume through
lib "I lo they out" he il
i indicating
| "What's the matter with i in time it will asthma
m MI 1 h.- \'1I Kansas" the ('hildicn, "make thitk' cure
inn ; that we _
J:i 1I4 4N' editorial Is familiar to everjbody. tint
are beginning life all .
oier asain instead ,
'II "' 1.1 ,/ e.1.hU.. .. .. .. .. _-- it i N not generally known liy what nnarrllw uf coming rapidly into its ending! and con- NW sumpti and
opM| >rtunity Mr.f'hlte II
I"t\ < I'l linuncUolil furuiA gu tanti to a 1""t'SOIll"I'III1I: at that? Po
'I ;; there It was In the and
ttl.ll Hil kiud. ollJ..r.I summer Mr.t they not-hold on, little( I
v I.. incm) Hirtclck!t ulutirs wife was at Colorado Springs' my man youmustn't j in the last of those diseases it comfort and
ru i i .1 VVU lo A. 1\. M.!bvrI He smear jelly on your sweetheart's i stages always gives great I
I 111..1 'ii .' r" tM was about to Join her there for'rest a frock!" The admonition wascalled
and hud written in advance '. .
'* i i 1 1 I.Nl'un improved rrtl *. edItonals out by a fiercely! hostile action
I ...r '- .., .m..11 Kiuouatk Hi loi :; onoiiL'h to carry along his r>a- on the part of her relief. It cures the racking cough that comes with La Grippe. I It
grandchild. Before
.ul>> .( i Ml, tin LfMlp K.: ltroo ... per during hiM abkeuee. So Ira,
t. '1 .11.. M H }'..;..IUl HI., Hstir:r at t 1 they could chwk! the youngster he had ,

:"t. Diului otlire he thought when: his and foreman he was came leaving In and the 1 repeated his sweet and sticky assault contains no opiates or other poisons and is the best remedy for all

and the
1'. little girl burst into of
NKV Tl \* jou nerd moor spasms
'I| ul asUt-d what provlslou he had made fori II IItl'ars t
i nu C"Q burton ny biuuuut you w.. They comforted her and the sliver
,m uo f.-i..t trim..nd lux-il ratlrblrub.mprucrd 1 < the editorial columns during UIs atMt
._j..:...r. oljl.. city r haired grandmother warned Robby Throat and Lung Troubles. :
.N..:- from V* w. HbLer, !M" Would l'.I | hP11CP.t that such disgraceful:; conduct, if re- j

I.t, M-I. ln-'. "Thtre on that hook" saM the ed I leafed would meet with swift antI tcrI -

01( WANT TO H'lKKOW MO.NKY itor. pointing; to a spike on his det k I 1 Able Justice.

1.1<..) nionylatur. your property, pro. upon which was impaled' a juantity j "1 have I uf mir, buy or "all/ real h. of always kept that rose you ,
'..- uf iiianiiMrlpt.' The foreman detained before "
"IIIlrop..rt fly Ji-ncriptioii, b&v'i.lfOlfil gave me our quarrel, be said,
,. or your tat.2 HUt-ndcJ toni M r White while he glanced It o\er I j
i.r Kildrcut Tb .. 'A suddenly turning to her. "I did not I
L ntnufl 4 Cr.ah.tatr.n4 o, and 1 announced that there wasn'tr It Cures Coughs and Colds
think it
In.unull' ag"UI.. .t''Ut.. disloyalty to my wife to treasure
Ki r. l'ti..rC-n iliiKlrmtf. To ..,.- >ounujt .; ruuah wupy.
It. and It
was a comfort
.. .. great to
a '.m o* w will lend moS n" .
; ii\e me a little more, he pleaded .I
ahck to build r huu f. MJ-tl me. -

1'aU It. ::"..... "and". I'll manage" to pet along" I' lie was! interrupted by a scream from and Prevents Pneumonia: :
\11 right haid the editor :1 i
., .. ".... '" droppingj :; her. .
I'1 .'KIU U tlnxlcru NT A>.oUWli.r-QCr..-...n'mum..dwelling a ttl! into liis chair. He thou ht a few w o- I "Your little girl I Is scratching his l i: ,
IU dfblrK
mo-t wear, tllI.h""IT the
.'.1.' Io atun' t 1.II..t It..II.I..I""C" rigorous paragraphs face! Ob the poor little man!" ,
I I. .' """ ''' ... lII..n..o.r.: jlltl ; handed them to the foreman lie had his hand in his coat's inner I I

It'l IISI.IIt.l' HII"\!& Kitb inutltTUCOu- and I' went off for his train. pocket, and it was clasping a small box ,
*..blrncr.u A1. .j \\ hen he returned i,
| .U..h. corurr >A ri"hi "II.'lal..u he found his! desk In which he knew there rested withered I

"ilC KK.N 1- ] ..<.-.tur 1 tl.tltlt 7i Imn-rlf heaped 1 two feet deep, with letters and 1 rose lea\es but he drew it out again iW. A. \ ;
t( tti .... ...1 It. liiiuol) ttrrrl.1'i-iuuiiiUKruiUA Apply I''J a national 'harnd'r. It was and interfered between the two chit D'ALEMBERTEi :
that last
kOUNir. tlr.... dTtf eilitorlul that did It dren.

-- -- "Stop, Mabell"! lie said
....... 1.111' : It\". \alnalilr stntlitlri. Druggist and '
"There, there: don't mind. You mU'itn'trry Apothecary. 121
'" South
..... -Sitl.K/ COMB KKUVV.N I.M.IIOKNrirluiltvly j
"lock Had KKK forml* lish noxelist. essayist and playwright 1 1e t'
"rel..1 "IIUOU"a'tlIH"I'O'n. l .tt' who :; you a fine new one tomorrow and .- -- ----- ,
is ue\er M> happy as when he is i "
( ,... .. ;. staring a dolly "I'erha'iis your daughter\\11 how PULPIT AND PEW. I
up eontroxery. has lately taken "And randy ?" snuffled the weepinggirl. to I'hlltlrl'n-f'I'rllllf'I you do .
- -- yourself
; 'It.. \ l K-A up the cudgels lIalll"t'U uutlulI.III LODGE
I 14 dr.iroble -(-e cl prupcrH ( ( -but there's no evidence of It. A About forty bartender attended DIRECTORY :i
tars tot itiiil ,.. :
.l-rgnr Iouu a h in l
.. i>a spfi-i London he ridiculed the
freed J-,...v trun fur urtlirr iii- statistical "And candy," he promised. toad! I (own her hack! The vicious services in a ('"e: >eland church on a recent I t
n.liiir. apply m > k..i inner or lo 1*. l.ini'H ad\unced by the vat little whelp!" I ;
M! ,-> .tel tr.l I linatioiiMs Somehow this episode seemed to have Sunday by Imitation.Mpr. KNIGHTS OF
ii.-.treat. J ItIt !>a> Ing thr'mh.It tl him CIMM I PYTHIAS.PrriNAcnt I. i !
morning Robert IlardenF'"Iuod I
!lr't'rl'lyHl'nelll'd events. Shecomfoit- .
: l.ton. for
f ilu many years pastor of -
.. riAt.A "K IRiplt t report made upon an IUH..tiati"l1 i t
tort) -d >ilnr. I. ed the scratched with '' morning: Rebecca EIIi:.;;' St. Nxl f'. No. 3.
.I ,omldrrbrycle-.A. I I. tiffs, cue.l- into the prexalenie of the drink promises Joseph's in Jersey City Laisailed K. of P., I :
t- fi>rr< i>'. uil but of '..liblIIIl'rt'hIIUli"l' They separated 1. each leading n
.. lilllc. U ill ( occasionally for Italy. He will spend the I !
habit In remainder evory Monday
British .
fur a e"flD.
0!: II fatiii regiment in India.
.. 'n cr-' : .?ietl Biuniiii..., i>f l tun itbrrl-lmrruK. "TinImcMizatiir speaking of the dreadful nature of his shrieking" grandchild and! each burning of his: days in Koine. t7.:.i at Cattifl IU11. : I i!
McMIIInn said Mr. Shaw, with Inward the Klnunt. WHloa
> hatred for
the other.A . J "was inf"ruu 1 that Tio cent of the wounds. It was ten minutes before The lesson drawn by the He,. G.V.. bird door. I
"Ki; 1 ,i '111.- lr.drur per they had trucked around to a normal. tramp who sat beneath' that tree Torbush a Methodiht It brethren cordiallyM. I !
I 1' clergyman ofP'ttt
Hud nturr tei-tnlali-rs had! biro 111\ IIlicl,.1 home, a.llllJr .
t .1. n*. lu.'b..r. ur hpikrHti. oar of while the ('(condition and then he said "I hate later found a small box of rose >'hurg. from the success of the play ;, f I.
bu.l 1 liiu r ill lb* iit) remaining;: :.1 PIT cent wvrelead. lcus I.\ lug on the turf. r.i !
i \ '".' kept that rose for all these thirty "P.en-lliir" is that HOHHI.IR. .
.h.II.illalldll' I t-, w rig bt '' Portlier Investigation repealedtin Christian theaters C C. '
.. ,..",. .' -41... a>I.i.!i"i>i>'t."IIl".r. Mil 1..U..t it MiniuiK, tot that! the total number of teetntalers year, and you had forgotten me." ; should be endowed by Christian men K. K.4 K r IJ.WI I'
,. .. > .1".11000111.1.1 I I
r"-."-. ., '*" > 1" i'atlehalgh. lot v-. 111l1..' regiment had been tit-U. Forgotten youn. no. You must Me n.inlil It. anti"oUH'n and supported by the i

rrat nl..U one man had l len oaten by a tigPto r' not cay I that. pledged my faith to my "Oh. those won't do at all:'* she" said church and run l'\ ('Ii at a hiss

F- 'U I Iiiit.. mini iiinl the husband and kept it-but-sometiineshonictimcs when the guide brought, out the snou- Rev Philip Markham Berridge :
drIrabl.IotP other had l lu>eii injured! by apnlleji of
') 'u. ..y tcrmii. by ttn- KiKher -see. here is the little ring shoes. "I'm sure I can wear a smaller Providence, H. I., has !
a a "' .'I" \ block falling on hs head. accepted the Invitation I
".. < .nc, :I\Jt'. -vmlti I'alat nl carted out of stone for' .ize." ijr jou a peach : -Chicago Post. of Bishop Potter to become ij. i Ii
11\,'. :I tlil"'alrhhh"- vicar ,
--- of the
11 .\' ".' ;-- The The fiat NUT break Pixilmnitpr In the ('ah Ornrrnl.lwt"hi'h "\\ came from rearward.the Not I'prreptllilr. York as successor pro-cathedral of the liobrrlK New ;iflmport r II

\\ 4 I 1 ..tuUoa a: burrr.uiald;; : turned the sweet old face just in : if
Paddo -
who has >
i was carried titer from the assumed the reotorship r* And I C | T InChinese -
is, i'takernUrrchargrullt.F'I' .- McKinleyHdminKtr.ition time to see the little girl leap to her i '
'I of the .
"- v Church
'tI. i rti- ll\w by President Ioo-.e\elt of the holy ;
feet and butt the boy fiercely and ApOitleS.! I' and Japanese I'
I.: l i i K N'b\llat..llr' nimc throiigh; the resignation of J. ;
I '. .t pnrr \'I'nrfully in the stomach. I'mbby rolled '
I 1 f t'hrr... brll, I I-O till)' Hill Ch.irles. ]ult'Q' Smith as poitmnstiTgeneral. down the hill and Fancy Goods .. .' I
-r rlc. J.I..I.un.1, up i
t. .' I In Mr. Smith anrioiiucol as the CONGRESSIONAL CUTS.The r !
.J 11/1' against a sapling.
I'll use of his resignation his desire to I FINE l :
\\ 1.'Upte h. ..... Kial "(ill. what do you mean? } oii wirk CHINA TEAS ; '
H return tit the acthe management of bipap'r treasury surplus Is 1
nha.'ainr Itin evil fur .tl little tixen:" she screamed.t shivering 31 I !
II South
.H..1.1- >I'ttlnfox, Ml the I'hilaI"'phiI'rl''S.' I i with excusable apprehension.-Cleo(- Palafox St. !: '

d> ftMMtk Henry C. l'a\.IIt. of \\" '.''nncln "noceii's tacking a poor l'hihllib.I' that. That wToni land Plain Dealer.j Laundry ()tfi(". Penatrnla.Fla. j I' ,
t' rall.lIl1"lIU'r's I',. I '
\ spirit) in jou.
i .. k.aGF Or .'Gpy; bcr tic Smith in the po I1I1t--I"r generalhip j I on't worry. There have been fifty : : I
1 r.1..Y.: ,'. 110.1r tvarranC": :: t. t
: :Mr Pajiie Is i v \'h.i.rmar Ills oilier comrre'.ves, and! the I I I
,., 1.. \\ 'He put a down ray back country :
-- IIlIt.I.t fcreaninl little :label! ".t nasty !tUI"- bull lives.Sioux City Journal.I i F. M. WILLIAMS 'I''

.II ,; 1"l'I""llIcn. cho.n]"' I It Is too soon to I begin worrying about: : )

4.-I 'It.Htll ...11/;.. .\i\itrm \ ::A. +i' "A to.idT the old called the esesote money in the CONTRACTOR AND '
nI' .. our Muarat't ,,- man ann: treasury BUILDER i i 11
.. .. N r aprt'.1.11) Lir.- I Iy. -\oii outrageous little villain trait until) conprehh adjuurns; then un ;

i i l I 1'' Col W.tiri'li I on, nUniRii I'ot. Ar>"t is' Jnst wait till I peel a !switch\ off this: less ill signs fail there will be little Estimates Promptly Furnished ,: I

trie. .iJtI"- to worry about.-Philadelphia Ledger. I !

'I..i It., | _(! ,,,Ii.i,4 yt '* tt A MlieiInured !statue towered l-efore i I j I Muihiinif of All Kind. I I

him. \\ ith her right hand she thrift I
( ii-: II li-r ._' .:: NEW YEAR.i .
p. tp :ll I .. ;; Hobby behind her. "Whut DENTISTRY c
I. duUlrn'
''. .. I..r lit- huurnil : '' t will .-ou do. K'lliett Il.irduf( ;" >he ahed. I <''"p--Here! Mote :tltIJ1'3ry1 t i sure and write it with a 2.-:New ;

M.. l"-u\iT. t'lilttiaJjHollHW.'lK'' with flashing eyes. "Assault inv \\' am uiovin'. This I Is as fast fork World. I -ATMODERATE-

1 p iiidchild for being nearly killed by as I ever walks.New York Journal j j In case of doubt I'I
I stay
---- sworn tile t
l\t c.c' Ie1" ; )...., this scratching lighting! ; little spitfire'Neter' lleuarc al' Ointments for Caiarrli tin Hartford Potj I ; I

\| -'\1.\11. H1lR)1-llanufactnrrr:{ :: her my dead! bodv alone shall Contain Mercury, i j Let us hope the ''Call and .
coming year be Your Teeth : :1
, n H'r may Examinef
-T.. lUk.d., hat..loilrlt Filch an outrage;: committed.." And '' free from ';
. -. a tc.. 311 W o\.rnm"OI AS mercury will i'ur'ldp trn\" the courts of inquiry.-Chicago i
the Io>>Kcd at hint like a heroine. sense of .smell and completely derange h(cord Herald. 1 i and get an p I rll.lte of the coif i a :

.____1 ...Ger. I'r "'IIII" II... a-r jr \irv well, madam" he snapped ttte whole system when entering i; It is entirely in order for of your work. or ; j 1..

p.y',' i ht"h-- M l I- N ::ti.\l.; furnl.atdI Favorite Nearly Everywhere. t it through the mucous surface. .' to buckle down to business everybody now and j i I DR. BOULTER, i I
lIch articles should ;
be ;
t': never uexcept ed
I' .. :" ur" or.prctaldrogo.II Constipation means dulnes-, de- make l'!'1,2 beat even the '' 17X 1 big
t" recorJ Una'nt
.: :. \I..uo.-'I \\"tl (ir"joryIt1lm F on prescriptions from : of :
.. :'\ pre:*'on. headache generally disordered ble physician, as the rliuta-I I I 1'jul.! -IMteburg Gazette t :1f rI \
health OeVitt'Little
_ c I _1_ t.. 1.1 111' t,; i h will do is ten fold to the good you I!
Early Risers !stimulate the liv..r.npl'll' I 4 I Foley'a Hon CHOICESTAT j
; 'Ji
and Tar t ta
r "w can po.ihlderh.e from them.HallV y i? best for ;.
(l" .1 fM ..nd Horal' L"----;; the bowels and relieve thi j, croup and wlouping
: I' i Catarrh Cure manufacturedby I cough, contain
II" '" '' ordered for custoniwrii :
, ;'' );l'>rno., 11':8: Wt'tlt liretfory, condition. cafe and Favorite thoroutrh piltt.Hargis' F. Cheney &: Co., Toledo, ()., I:ful no opiates! and cures quickly. Care -OF- : 1y
They never iripe. mothers
"" ; it
.idlm keep in
contains no 'and i is taken houe.V..
.__? % Pharmacy, John Sheppard, ':internally, acting directly! upon the ;: A. D'Alemberte,1El H. Palafox FRUITS
- J.'JL l tC4'j' 'J.yjj u. 1 H1SKY C.YSE, Sidney Kahn.Everybody AND CONFECifONERY
\\ blood and mucous surface of -
n "N 'lu\i' "b..n- Medical
r.. i ". I HUH ri-pKir"d* you W.. can of the national Republican committee system;; In buying Hall's tb'-I Society Attention. .
.. can ha: a ristn to a littler
Cure be the There -
' I-IMM! i lira \rplvtO mid is bkhlr'alul."Il as a political o sure you get will be a regular cf I I
I !lit piece of this earth. But they must It i-taken "I
III" is made i inr. :he Pensacola I
Medical r
- ptuiirer: and campaign director as well thht for it. They must watch their "led.! ), Ohio by F. :J. Cheney & Co. 'i the Board of Health !Society aEi i C. APOSTLE'S < I,
as a man of exceptional business 1 at
\ qualification chance to it, and it.
get get testimonials g
ni frfol'. 'clock
u\r\ \10111. House b"urimhingxand- *. sui h as will be rl'oluirl'tl In I p. m. Tuesday Vb.. 25 : if. i
Thos. C. Watson & Co. crId: by DruirjrNt, price jicper ;: Visitln phvsiciaus/ are '!
his new position.: President Uoo-evelt nave time particularly fine bargains bottle. .UYited to atten J. nordiaily 14 Eat G vernmeflt! St. I

rl'ml.i in great lllriat and! Mr. Payne are warm (I'r" nal! to offer just now and they invite Hall's Family Pilhare theFoley's bpi't. OK. E. F. BRUCE Ir ,

friends and have workeil harmoniouaJy to come and investigate: same. F'ormerlyCordova
lowest at you President. R""huaotHtan I !
.J. prices together political affairs. You will never regret having done Honey and Tar DR. W. C. DEWBERY,

III J' Ouiiza'S' jo. torchildrea.5afe.sure. fro opiates I n25ttf Secrt tar One carload! "f lI.ahlt1i at II.jQ !
Try THE :NEWJ Want Columa. Ito. f2JJ pH duzt-u. I k



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III!;! ::11 SOCIETY EVENTS- \\VINTER REST1'IRAPPED There is Dangerin but"The not inebriates Cup that" I u a I 1':18 Cheers_. wr, :*

I- originally to apply tn tea I ,-

I l i,'I'I: AND PERSONALSI I,, IN FLAMES& i'H expression Coffee-if: of adapts the better itself u.r..1..?. *'*'

only kind we handle. W-.

I j, E. Welles-left-la..t night for '!1 Fire was discovered in the roof of Deafness f to with have a good you seUctlos give! m ,a f triil I "

on a: banting trip. I the beautiful tourist hotel, Winter i iI and
r I'I'T. iI Staple UroI'ff! p-
I o. R. Wood and wf! of Whea- Rest, at the corner of Gregory and 1 ? anteed at a

;i ; 111., are among the recent arrf.h. Spring: street?, this afternoon and an _

h. ? at the Escambia. 'I alarm was turned ia from box 31. PatCorner
1 1 A. E. Hinman and ,I'. 0. Hecker I 1 The department promptly responded McHugh's,
11 arrivals Si.
of were amo&K the
1 Century to the call, but when they
at the cambia last night.
< Ph
e I reached the aceue the roof was in a 'n.' ivU..a

, J I Geo. Rockwell\ and wife of Midland bright blaze.Connections. I'itfO I and 't :S

1 City Mich., were among last t .-- ----- -
were at once made '

I night's arrinl" at the Eseauibia.. with the hydrants and streams of I \\ The Government Ian : vr,,".. .
tbat ilofs i
a truss awa *
:' : Mr. S. M. Lamont of Louisville, water were soon playing upon the I TRUSS FREE solute perfect truss that i ;, "1'I.r" ',L.' '..I I

1 j ? Ky., president of tba Houthern flames, which seemed to feed upon To Introduce 11 quickl} '..LIA.. ..: .,. ,' .

I r : States Lumber Co. w** hAre yesterday -I, the water and take on new life. I ach 8tate.:\Ialn He. don't ask expect or want nl"ntY-Il" fr..- II" I.' t5P "

and left for Louisville. The rooms were all Hooded and I rook

great damage was thus done to furniture
1 : T. N Hurrows Mrs. :3. Hurrows j I carpets, etc. I -

and )Ir:,. S. A. Hoxia of Ottawa, !II 'I The building is owned by C. M. CROWN POINTS.

I I' ;'. \ IlL arrived in the city yesterdayifternoon the E .: Wihon. It i valued at $10,000 and I; \\A'U\\\\\r rI
and at >II -
l' I| i Is insured with T. C.'aton's & Queen Wllhelmina of the Netherlands -

I f, cambia. 1 Co.'s agency.The has sent a doll dressed by herselfIn I (Tran.actionsi in2 --

i It: -- -- fire was not yet out but under \ hutch national costume to a bazaarto I :.)p.m. mar po it)>;y .
Driving Out KnMny. NEWS until next day.l: ]
lull control at the time of THE \
, \ be held in Lislion in lhalf of the
the of col Js sharp going to and it was tLen impossible -'
: The-e are days pres \
I f children of the Hoer refugees in rur-j IIY". ,
J :uud !sudden attacking throat and estimate the loss. '
tugal. for February to dAle
: luc"-i, and leading to consequences

H y. one does not like to think Illlnut.j "Carmen: Sylva"-Elizal. queen Of !I !Ulit . further exposure: and li..;htiha LEILA BISHOPDIED I I.., Rouinnnla-ls a most Industrious royal | Hutch. n ()l1"nI" > n.s II. .

f } esmiy of health and comfort I, lady. She rises at 5 o'clock wields the' S 1.lIll'udt'r Mac r.rilK ''\ '

j ; with Perry Davis': Painkiller the until tirenkfnst after which she
jn !
family stand-by for sixty '(>Ilr". It i I I SlIllMMM.
( TODAYLeila d..oi'r"l( to her duties as cou-
conquers a cold in a day. See that -9 ,
I t bort of a Mug. I
article. There i is
the .
et right ,
you >; VKHKK1.S: : iV l'WAkSM ", ,
u..i but one 1'aiiikiller 1'erry Davis'uru In l'arls they believe the real I reason

-- for the sudden <-pnrture of the ('ro" iiprince t-
f :
t k! ": :1 \\ > .\ltm T TIII : Bi the colored The above cut illustrates how a dlstln-r that one package! that I continued to Use :i, of (JernjRny on a sea trip was I'KH Macbias from NtntpSpau I ...
:i hop, young '
| stubbed lawyer ttud politician was seriously them daily until now consider myself entirely ,;T-III"-
\LV.\TION ..UUII't girl who was the victim of the horrible -I inlured he could not readily 1 1I free from the disgusting annoyance'' not his ill health but the fact that lie j A"18.1..1CI. J."l..rr" t
hear tbt. ordiunry bouoilii of the atreti.I I II of catarrb Lead Is clear digestion ,
I i I ; my my i had l>een going the ) had over1 1 sit ('I)
\ The 1'.naeoIabrancIi of the t4ali -; accident as reported yesterday I bid accident or ini i many who art bard otlitarinzarereiuent- begun to fall us a result of tbe catarrb bus ;:, fcl>ent his allowance to the extent of IcbATo

i lj Tttlnrmy ran up against a ino-t died this morning 30: o'clock asa ly exposed. j greatly Improved until I :an hear as well as 1: SoniC $ i .lNM), I tier Louise Horn. '>.'*. Item l a. n i
I direct result of the burns received. Two acquaintance of the writer ware rundown v\er. I I liunwoily t'n
I unu-ual experience as they were : I sad killed by lbs cars In one year. | Mrs.Jane Barlow the wellknewn mo- Before the Empress Frederick's l"uf'l, tier Marle.swl.Hi'hroi'ier.iii! ,u !I-..
She will be buried tomorrow mornIng Hob bail catarrh of the bead, which bad diste, nays: *-! dually had to <, ... .
I '" wur-hippiux their chosuu way at ; give ap per- fin was finally elis9I all the love letters : Hatch Olaiida. 14. \ I. H" M"
1: extended eustacbian tubm. ttoiuil attention to because
leading customers
up my I & Coder
i f tIe corner of (Joverutn and 1'.1101-1 j at 10 o'clock from the family from the throat to Ibe middle ear, and were of my Increasing dt-afnesi and in const- I j: she receiveil fn>m her late hus-i < >rlon. MIA, W nit. t<> hear- I a

4 fox Ftreets Sunday evening. Capt. i home ou Kat Government street, quite bard of bearing. In both the quenct many of tbrm went elsewhere. I !; hand the Emperor Frederick totn-ther. .t Co
i Mitchell "aid this morning/ that in {I I"I coroner's jury decided that they came to j wait In deipair. for specialist em'nhedpowerlebs j I'p.n ..'erafliia "llIuI. CO. I..
I I ill his term of connection with the near Alcaniz. | tbelrduatd brcaueof Inability to hear and [ l,) help me. .Htuurt'a Catarrb I I with his last written messages InM-rlb- Bears IiunwiKly fn
heed signals tbat were Intended for them. I'I Tablets cured mo in just a little while to ed after he had lost his IIf $pan l'rllulolllo.I"\"kHl III lilt .'
'. he the for i Just previous to her death the unfortunate oc-l JNIWIT
army paed experience What happened to them In of frequent completely that now 1 bear as well as sit Vo
lj the fir-t titoP.I child related in detail how currencr, anti In three CBICS out of four ever." niMHM'h, were placed in the coffin over ""II'"
The little band had the bss drum :' mtgbi have been prevented by tbe use oftStuarI'N I Army Surgeon/: C. 8. Beverly became so her heart. It Aldor, imi. Kerreto. to | t
( the horrible accident occurred. She'
I I" Catarrn 1'ableti. deaf from catarrh that he was forced to resign ber l'o
and were conducting the u->ual ( told her relatives that she was engaged Catarrh of the tubes leading from the hu position and abandon his profession. Ry way of coinmemoratlni: the birth It Biancbetlo HI, MortoU. t.. KBri.i ..

i worship. Huddeuly there appeared) in taking duwn paper from the throat to tbe middle ear. U the cause of I, He says: -of course my Inherent 'j of the little Princess Yolanila Mar-
three-fourths of all the deafness. Hiunrl's professional prejudice was hard to overcome 'I I'.aocicin Kevello AVKaiuei. .
I I f Uf on tile scene a man In blueclothes : shelves and replacing it with clean (I Catarrb Tableta will cure the catarrb and but knowing the great benefit you I gherlta, the daughter of the king and SHSCO KrosIt

i IJ" and bra-is buttons and< wanted to ; new paper $'he had been instructed tbua restore bearing. I I had received, my dear General, through I queen of Italy anti -nniMauKhter of I II 1'.rat..l.:1., l..-l>er.l. K, K.-.-
know if this thin? wasbeinir run to burn the removed from Tbat they actually do this U a fact of : the use of Htuarfi Catarrh Tablets, 1 used It Corona lit': Id mo. to nnli
It without a The man, whoIt0Vi(1 paper daily occurrl'nCf'.as attt-bted by such letters them. The great relief I experienced was j I the Dowager Queen MarKherita. 1'ro- Nor Dovre "S". l.arsMii to W H .
,1 permit. the shelves and had
I placed same at the following: truly astonishing. I am now entirely t A Co
: fessoropetti! recently publishnl a historic
to be Police Officer Nee. I is, in the stove. As the refuse paper "1 buffered tar years from catarrbal drat- cured and go back to uiy old post nextmonth. It Florida li'U. IVIIrriio t" fn

t I nd. to havt acted in au extremely begin to burn expanded and fell to n,.. and Bpvnt hundrt-da of dollars nub I ." I sketch of the nineteen Marcher- It lilts tlloa.I1\I6. IUrl.iitic i.

: !!icioll.; manner: until given :t'i specialists without relief muitrt's Catarrh Mr. I". Mitchell Haw-en the famous bary. Itas of the house of Savoy. Nor Isabel, li;... A ..... to H Ft I. I
the floor from the title I
"to\'e. rteppedover Tablets completely cured my catarrh in HI tori '. In a p..nonall..u..r to a friend says: It Lin*. M 0', SaiiitHilion. I.. 11..-1
: : 'ctlIiti).: down" bv Capt. Mitchell.wno the burning paper on the floor few weeks aud today I can bear as well as 1 I, "1 um Komg back to my beloved professionnext 'lur: )1",.,.". lr& t.llI..r":1 I.'i"

i told the olHcer in n''i nun)' before (hH saw: it was afire and it ever could.lames W. lirown. I. iiiontli. This will surprise you I I 1u4 :" orden. 5I. Lunill'TK |I.. -
. words what lie h id better inf jnn :\1 r r. K. Kenihrandt.of Hocbester N. Y., !,I know, for wen I last saw you I ne\er npvcted FRILLS OF FASHION. It P.'usaeoiaIeSiiu'iii-it, t.. Ito .
wasquickly replaced in the stove.Vtien : says: "1 have butTered much from catarrh :: t<> BIDS; again; but I am entirely .
i himself in the premi-(O.;. l'howi ,, \ she had: closed th+ door of of the bead thnint and blolimcb I Uied I cured of my catarrb and my hearing U nowam -- KrVeronlca. II"". Hha t. .- -

,,,'1\11 he.ird the captain's: tJk! to thl'I the stove the said she stood an instant sprays. inhalers and powder fur months Ht I i acute an ever, 1 usett Stuart's I'tttnrrli 1 Fllk; pettlcojits for wear during the Ii Kk I % t I P
I a tune I witb only relief and hat no Tablet and: la three weeks they had done .
it sliglit ; Mr btran rr.Ail. < -
policeman <'iy w n a literary 2111. cold! weather are lined with ailittrotsI :
to see that it would not again:
; hope ofeure I had nut the means to make for me more than all the specialists to M IHNlSFk-
When (:.qit. Mitchell aked be forced open then went back: and change climate wbicb veined my only whom I paid thtiadsofdoliareand now i 1 in pretty .,had.'". \nII attic I' l.lii'e. 7 II. '!
about the muter tiniii..\rtiii> he.lid CDiiuceof cure l-astujraii-I read an account lam entirely a..II." : ,.
I i; 'hf' an arranging! the on theshelves. i Am Hurry Mc s -r, -': v>'" i
paper Tli tlt-lioate and face
iuo>t IxToniinx
.. in all his c.r soino remarkitblo ourv> mule by Miuan's Catarrn Talilt-ts are fur sale at Merrill.* totYt'JLKAiIKUANIAILKI
thiwa* the first tmib
, :: tiJJeiiIy :-he realized that stuart's Talarru Tablets and promptly every drug store for a" rents a II'''. Write tell for inouriiiiu wear Is formed of'
I life that: ouch: iu-ult had been offered "he WHS afire, and when the awful bought a fifty cent box from my druggist to K. A. rstuart Co.. :Marshall Mich.. for I..r'I I ) r-ih :'I
i him and h.* app ued to nutlike ''' ili-covery.; mtd.. her fkuu were and obtained surli positive beuetlt Irom their free book on catarrh and its cure. j liru>sU net with a hemstitched

, '. it ;a little hit. lit f'rgive. the burning fiercely. :She screamed but -. I d,'" c Pr cnipinl I baud.Sonif MAt lILA

>!iicer for the latter's>.* i!{tiorjnce ttisjt-iuce did not come at once and ; very lii,iilsoriio street rostunics IITIAIIIIIIII'IiII1..IItI1lI.I'III"h.

I however. she da-lied into the back tmpallrnt.Tapa TOOK THE BAIT. A sii. I'ort I lai>..'! ai 1
'I M yard!, in the fashionable Kiissinn creen mid ..
l'airniiiis. Tvn !l'
tlr.ltllI. at >
1 r I :i where her ll....h was so ttrriblyburntd -What's Johuny bawling about -- -- deep rich sapphiro I I I blue shades arc seen (,:inei.i)iorla. Hfian. tiM II u>-i" s a iVrli i- ,
: \:'tU I, OI<1 Van Ret Him 42O: That John ,
t'TIItT.\ImH .. .
that -he lo | in kid iinUlieil tailor rloth.
\\ iul.l He Th..rr."I \ fctit, : :-J.\ IFlt IIIM: > HY i. o. o. iHon. '. the llames could bo Ixtill"uihed. Mamma-About that brass cannon .
aid 'H' t. 1.
1 For the I.ouis X1emits, which Am s.a j
'i i I I: 'ilO,:. -\'-. Hinks who! irand i-. I I" She had jut gone to work for you"Why Rave him.great Scott, he can't have ?," said the ,drummer us he, lighted i: hat e Hid with speeial favor fir day S Arranix. It.KIIIPicolo _I<1 l.onrt.', u I lai

of the OJJ Fellows Uapt. StokeMonday morning and his rlpir; in the olflci of a Iietroit hotel i and \filing: wear tUiwered and striped I 'auloo. It. at llainburx
I \ j : lI1a-t( [ I broken that already !
the accident occurred Ies than three the other eveniiifr, "but I hadn't bi-en silks nnswer best.Initial I".. .. -
I will arrive tomorrow on nn otlicial Mamma-No; that's what is the matI
hours after her new duties had been: ruMiint against the ,,"tlrlllI\c'r a year stockinet/ are ninon; the prettiest Ad..It'.l irr ,,:T. at Aluon !<*> l"i iruona. '
i I vi-it and the local r pr henutiou assumed.Tnrkrj. Philadelphia North American.Admiration. I .. Nor. I':!:W. ola| KriM .1 i t U:
will r"allt'utl'rtain. in his honor.! I I before I was saying nothing and sa\v- of tine stoekintrs. There is n
tIt.$ TIH! "yacht i.-M: ;1)'fl&A h n been : lug \\IHI.I as hard as I l'tlUhout! I of network introduced into thpInteji AII..oo.1 ku.. at |ir..l J.AIIIIII .,, -,
-'llie I'lnnl t nta tronne. :r.I..t: T-r.r'e N
I! Chartar and with all Odd l-'ellows tin lir..t Kaiue I ran across was i in Chi of the btoek.lnjs, und upon this 1'4.11. \ ftmilial.
A strong sultan "-i omhl -till I I plare I in "You admire your Jraudfathf'r'ry Nor. kid (i.-nna ii..PAtlittitle
't t '*- >:0 de-ire to uo, will leave 1'alafox ,'a\. An old chap\ from the turnip I is the initial. Nor Art-nililf |i.Brliiliil. < <
Ii "vfiarf at t'iO! : o'clock' tomorrowereiiin the field an army of I>"'.al I:.., J.1 .l .
liflds with n face as innocent us alniiv'it 1'011111 In. or lirrse'k in. Is nHude In
for thepurpose. brarost: soldiers in tlio world defend :, ;, answered the youth. ounliatore. orII,1 I'.ol'" j I
V ;': Warriiirftoti aie up to me on the street the fashionable! furs' cud prepared nc- \'D :tiKIl, It.s.; .'. at M arcill'liii.| I .
(.1 paying: .in otliciil I his ('a..ts. and ports with torpedo bouts | "You think he could do things thatno lunrra >or. siti l:-ifa'i Ian .
"t-It to Mechmic'rt 14.dft: No. and even I in ill-feat I inflict terrible blows i iiijKtii one else, could don't you?" und wanted to know if I knew fellow I rrirdlng! ; to the latest process! it resembles %I a rut. II. sid l'al<*rinii Inlagdalpiia. -.- '.'
mimed John Smith. satin and combines admirably lil Mniitrti I....
or 111I one Nor. >
I. O. O. F. Hie boat to his cuiiiiueror. it I is true that the I "I know he roul!!. He used to pun- .. :.; Nor, .M l> iuniM Iii->- S
: .
, turn af>r the ceremonies are finf advent of a strong siiltun i.s most improlmlile Nh father whenever he fdt like! it."- 'You've been confidenced: I Mid as! with the tine face cloths that :"' ....rr..l.lldrtl.1t. ....:!, <.id I'al'" !II I. <

!.jd. Fj-j-i'itje will be-, free to tIlt' I looked at a bank check In his hand. : are so much worn this season. Hue Mount, I It.nid Lellti Jai.
I : I the raee of i it Ii man appearing i Washington Star. 'mberto I. It. kid Genoa Jan <
:iember of the order and it i* ni'gedt '1 guess not he replied though ho ; The newest tailor gowns designed
it last. t<> "t. worn out, l lilt a sultan M HooMHa
: t hllt :lI.UL"l'CIIWd turn ,ut. VisitHi I'I'oj Prparl Soil For Planting. looked rather scared. '1 lent a filer I for early spring wear are very much
weak as a Merovingian; is mite prob. l.ymaDof Law, Aui.tla Fortlai I MCinclnnit'ans
1 ); Odd Fellows are cordially in ,, Continue the preparation of the soil $10, and he gave me this check for on the lines of those worn last autumn II
alile, and a strong mayor of the palace .1
vited.On I for spring planting. The recent freezes $2'') to hold till he jot bnck. You seeIt's hut almost: without exception the coats
or gl'ulI,1'izi'r would l>e even more 'In .
Thursdiy! evening an open.r.eetiu Atlanta
j| will be found to greatly aid the bar. signed "John Smith" all right and have no collars and are very closely
).: will be held, aol iu addition (ItuiKerous I Ill-cause replaceable. A ruler j I' Atlanta (,a.. Feb. 17 Th- I > '
to the male members the ladiesI Ii i 1 I row In pulverizing the surface soil. that was his name. No, I don't thinkbe' fitted-that IH, !giving straight front
of Turkey who threw all caution to Cincinnati business men bpi '-'
&rompri-inu; membership of the : Remember the soil cannot be too finely come any game on me. lIe looked effect, hut having! the side darts curved
i I the winds summoned every Osnianli to | Mayor FMsrhmann. whi h Pa; .,'
JJebekah lodge will be prt.s1It.I pulverized. Less seed is required like a decent feller. exactly to the figure.CURTAIN .
his standard stopped all jmymonts except : I visiting the Cbarl*.tOD fi '0.' '
"It refreshing. said the
because a larger per cent will germinate was M>
Ml'Hf IIAVK: IT.Troprrly for munitions of war and fought Il'nned"p spent an hour In Atlanta thin r I
drummer "that I against a
on a finely comminuted Mil, and ,
as the niahdi fought at Ouidurmau I I -
paring for Chattanooga and
a quicker and more vigorous growth lamppost and laughed till my sides
I t4elecetlFood 1.f GreAt would to hecln,: with shatter all European If '
call at ll-.W. The shortness '
will result Sab a soil will both contain were tore. I told tt! old man that his!
J 1m portA ('I'. allianiVH, might: hold In check for part of John Storm In "Th stay prevented the attention sad
more and retain better whatever check was nt worth the paer It was

1 !,O.4 of memory I is a sure I'iltn that three sears allY single European power water It may receive, and the plant written on and that he ought to have Christian" tits Ed Morgan like a glove. tngtcx to the party which bad tr -n &'

i the body is not taking up proper, and might while twing defeated food la rendered more easy of access known better and all that and h... Arthur Forrest baa resigned from the ranged by Mayor Mtrm and tb. h.i
3i element from the food. Theu ill the rnun,. an e\jilo.sion such l has Daniel Frohrnan
as urCl'e to the quite Indignant and Mid: tock company. Eugene bM of fomno.r" .
nLiIitel feeding TOLIn finally grew
11 :, t I time to feed especially selected not had to fncv wince the spahls thrent- be inch Ormonde succeeds him.
1 don't believe was any
1 foods or the person may become de l'npl11'lIlIa.. The Sick Man will be..
t mented. Case of Accident. chitp. He Mid he'd be back at 4 Mme. Janainrhek, who Is at Saratoga. Judge $peer Overruled Plcai.Btrmnntb .

\, I A mother write. a lout her sonS ,, queath nothing and the whole western Accidents will happen. Mother o'co! <'k. and I'll bet he'll come. I'm an Is reported to be slowly Impl'O't'lngIn r..b 17.In the tnI'e: '

.\ aud it U Interesting: "My son, AI world ttailre his uorltas'. The catastrophe strains her back lifting a sofa. old hayseed but I know a good man health. Yin yes trouble her great States renrt this morning Judge Emory

t l-ert now :25! years old and principal may not come Just yet. for the Father is hurt in the shop. Childrenare from a bad one.' I,- Spur or rnil'H every pt] 1

f ..f the HighHchoolgraduated strangM being who now occupies the forever falling and hurting them: .'You'll! never nee him again and Durland's Riding! academy In New abatflmeat flied! by CAptaIn H "

At the Kanias University and i is a throne of Turkey and who will neither selves. There h no preventing these you'd better look out or somebody will J York has been leased to MaximilianP. : Greene! aftd the Otyoori to the Ii '

pest-graduate of the Colombia 3 It'lillwr fight; s >ms Irremovable. Rut i things, but their worst consequences ment charging them withn .,"
i'1 get your boots. Haas who will) turn it Into a circus ;'
1 MO'"I I averted with Davis Pain-
University."When It cannot be put off! forever nnd every are! Perry I
'h.. I 'But I'm sure bell come. I've got And hippodrome on the European plan. against govkrnntnt. A d'r'h'
I ban teaching | No other remedy approaches
blow surh as the one M. eh' re- to the U-iktiBPnt will
he had his i it for the relief of strained $20 here as says he wilL'I be filed t
year ago ju t completed delivered more mus I I Ezra Kendall la making desperate
I I its
cently ::!! us nearer to
education and wa badly broken OI'l'Urrrnrl' If history! nffnrds! des. There i is but one Painkiller, "I didn't want to add Insult to Injury ;i efforts to make the monologists who row morning

J down in health. He had only about i' us nny ;| Perry Davis'. but tbe old chap was so sure and :
: '! pirate his witticisms stop the practice.All .
Juit.lJnl" the Turk will die biting hard.
iVfii1 *- two month- vacation and spent it .it': saucy about it tbat I put up my twenty -I HnUcribe -
monologues are now being to the NKWS I
London copy
't' j tl'Iii"rl'oo"I, but wjieu he returned ; Spectator. If you want a nice present to giveto to teach him a moral lesson. A i>oHcernan -!,

I! there WH* no imj+ovement. I a friend, go and look through the was stakeholder and we had I righted. week. ...-

: \Ve thought he would feet better \ nl..db..nd. "RII.I'It ,.. elegant line of suitable articles at only five minutes to"slt.. Then John De Lara's "Messallne" Is under r<>- -

I After he began hi- work, but Instead Had the Instinct of :a dumb brute not i J. I.Htephens, you purely ran find the eli andtook I I hearsal by Mr. Maurice rau's operacompany WEEKLY ?!4CI1IIULI.

/ of improviiii; he became in<>re, weak been igtinre.1 811.1 the siipp<)siil superionly ;something to please you. If you Smith showed up repaid and will be produced for the FOB STEAM DlTlfllO.S!'
back his check, and of course I 1
t I' and nervous und finally, forgetful want anything in the Diamond line
of human
; intelligence trustetl the
: time In this within few
\1 in the fdiool room. Ho tried different be sure to see him before you buy. bet my $2') and was humiliated Into country a 1 PK"iSACOLA
fitt: of Kllfi: Maud Crufl ..f I JiZ.I.
!<"Y : weeks.
.p i I'h '-ichll" and everything he i ---- the dust In-sldes. The old liayNPi41ealhl I
U-th City N. c. wntil'l! have I RAILWAY
been .
'f. J; could hear; of and at I.t..lJ g ivo up I The moat reliable for the turn on me by a-Ivisint me ,
:, I -chiMi| und c.nne h"m".l\ft"r putting known In it few .la) S instead of re- preparation I hotel! aiM to One t kidney troubles on th. market is Dot to p) far from my ', I"
Ili f'1! I tiMcller III 11 I- J'l l I0". ; inainini fur thirt -",..\t'J days a !<' 'n't and I 'lie claims to be a philosopher." Bayou Big Bayou Warrlngti' ""'
Cure \V. D'Al-
I Foley's Kidney A. I leave my watch in my room was and Korl iStrrtncti at
I "I I t"II"k..d'f)' delicacy I Collldttiink A bliN-Mlhitund. one t.f the best tr.liied i: emberte. 121: t S. P.lbflx.OS"EJTER' full of grief for three days. Then on : "Well, he I Is -IJ! one kind.Yh.itkIndV" ." C.:3n".ni.arrlTeat Fort BarraiitNa.m.arnlye I

of for him. but lIe of that extraordinary "I..i..< tU.> w..r'lover "\ ( .t Port Kar-a '

i I I %*ry thin and we WITH te.ttly: w.r- in the presence lit a thuuvii!! i i ,I a corner a mile away, I caujht; him "Why, he 1 Is able to take a philnsoph a :00 p.m. arrive at Yon hara. .. '
t i rlttd ulM.ut liitn. On d .1 if hln>rteut'ivtr {laying the snme trick and uinlerst'xi1that ai: p. m. arrive at Yuri lIst' -
ly i'r4n4 !.>,] tlie from the I Weak anti Iral view of all troubled c
way f"P"" e\ n>- except 111own. :15p. m.trrlvoal fort iiaraijciKjp.
t. II."f tr NutHe it was a job. .
a 'p. hmiM> vnu- people I put up ; rn. arriyt' at P'ort Bar a "
out to the .
caught riglit ..f the 1-utck.itta and road :if. down! t<> a H S fihouM try Bfw ".\nal that n.sbUflRfd. ; jour grief" was -Chicago.. I'ost. Tralni leave Fort .Irl&:. 'a. I.

: i 'rid r re-idm I thf <:tt'm.1t of what pier iin. feet away, then to tV 'U'1; ''if CElEBRATED dues of tilt Kit- 5UP"tet1. : cola at7lia

: f intended f"t. became the! pier. Ier. It will The finest line of .""tHlin "ilvl r m. arrlv at Peti'all > '
I ; J j \e 0\ a. stren-'then the 'Well, ('rlmli. At b-a't it mfl'l.' me
1 oods ,
; silver .
novelties u'to : ip. m. arrive at Hensa.i'Jfl A
I. I ii h int+-r.-ti d -.nd ICVHII u>m? it It was near this pier tint N. :: > t t.scj's t.- fl.rv.restore t" ... .
realize that I was the bipest ass ;In found at J. p. m. Irrl"8..tI. *
Stephens' .
HI liked it, .111,1 I at tIC! en J of a body ,. ( vi nrto the fl- Prices ti) 601 .
I : rnine > h.> ,' : 1) p m arrive at ".n./I' a
tin -v HI-HI and the United: States. -I etroit Tree Tress. please all.
\\j I' fk. w.,. very muchtrenithened through natural musttirtv! -. J. ur- I 'Taut: p. m. arrive at rvii I"a SI
i:45p: m. arrive at l'ensaeos'maturaays
!1 d l"lpr.\ ..d. NVe were nr.courH !eil. tii'. after the dug --.:: :
had .
: Send \ )
I'i' only.
I ,i C *tuck t.> I iraN; ut.. lid in livetek ; '. "'- I L'i\gdtlJll.' In llie Ark."Don't your bicycle down to F. 1;. .I
: 't' i'.ii'k tIlt -.clio-ii shown where she had gone. father" whispered Bruce and have it cleaned: up and a 'AkroaWtgg .''* -
I" w.a- 1:1 room."lie Dysp'p-a.: annoy your '
) .
I In th"se! Ihirt -!'t'n'n days .J}>*, .>* pair of Monnn & \Vrijrht; brand feciacota to Fort Harrai. .". al 4
I I !Ii1.'W teichlli lllo eooud -: Liv' Eli Mrs. Noah to Shetu. 'He's In a ba,1hUlu new
h.iil f'llo\vctl i innntuernlile I ', hiirhest i quality tires Pen'acoiatoSavyard: al 4X
.. h.u : \ jing .=. ., put on, all for
I ttrUl1I1 the >.nn plic reeover1 ., '[", I, r. 5.IJlj. t'ensacolatoPalmo'.to K-at : ki8C5IIAT
and .IIH'J ::: to twenty dlTcr--iit IMTI.-S.. ; AI..I Y "
L'n entirely won i'rfullyin (li I, "What's wrong with him? queried scamP 'it
t ri--h. 'iie now weighs! li; pounds i lii-- t]hifs .>f a hundred towt.- rk J Trouhieatd Sbem curiously. --- -- When wi-athtr p"riu! .

awl foot-bill\ lyer.L. oti the (':p- "'. and in the end b STOMACH MalariaFever cwa cOllcb.
iin expert j I. <.II:; I' "Why," replied If'I. Noah, "he went \lnno by buying omen .
: I leorgli. I'I. Leave PentMol L, Kort fist I.i !.1
)'r. eightv : ity )f the l.N-odh.nind.! a d-we-.tlant 3TTERD and Luu, JlUlib\
little Ague. out on the hurricane deck to let one J 5a.m. a
( i ur-t'Id. '' ..ia weak !girl uu- (If famous dies your ftrniMarston
; cinpioycd to hunt I
iil atft"r we found what effect UrapeXuts : rin5WI' : of the dove loose and tie win turned lure 11 I. m. t II r
:' slaves, proved to be, right!: whu, at $ juina'sGreat 1p.m. : P M
I'llllW NOA'IC'IiW.NEITHER his umbrella slJ out: Ohio I
I on Albert.Ve put her on' wrong I p. m Rpm1pm
I 'j: ; the manifold workings of hundreds ""t I II Furniture 1mm
I : tht food aud now .he i ii exceptional State. Journal. Empo-

ly stout and h":1lthy.V: wish to(I I' human minds- were wron..;. the captain owntr ---- -- '- rzum. t, p. m ID pm BIP
-- ___ p. m.
t i I thank the Company for the" great':: Mothers;; cm safely give Foley'I ; German* nor ss consignees Orion will of the be Shut out the winter winds. I 5p.m. m
1 the food has been to) u,.. This The remnant of the
fcelp Honey and Tar to their children for responsible for debts comracteJ Heinber '.1.1111 rot It'JfDU
: Udy lives at Hall ville. Mo. Name' coughs. and colds, for it contains I by the crew of said vessel. Get your window glass and I Bros. & Co.'s grocery stock will be '.aIlMoll to jrlBarrancii %II1f' ..
riren: by Postum Co.. Battle Creek,I opiates or other poison W. Burs, Unnwody Co., E. WOLFF Ctptaln. outty from the Willis Hard' sold by the assignee, F, E. Brawner puaaoota tart and to rt Palmetto -Ml- \If

Uich.I. I D'Alemberte 121 S. Palafox. I Consignees 17IU I I to merchants and consumers at sac- "'.rL-___ --
ware I rifice prices. Going fast ; call quick. 5e frtijht received Uur 1:11 p. IlLr

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