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 20, 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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VOL 38 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURS r P": ..,'t :'EBRUARY 20, 1902 NO 24


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




OF Horrible Suicide of Union Strike Situation at Barcelona

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA offers to depositors II
Printer of New Orleans. L Growing Alarming.

every facility which their balances busi- ; Makes

ness and responsibility warrant. '_ Weak

T'* Read Throws Himself in Front
Interest paid on time deposits. w Women State of Siege Has Been Proclaimed.

: .t a Seaboard Air Line Train Near Are Mad
;... Inflammatory Speeches

Whits Oak, Ga., and Meets Most Strong. PaN
{ Inciting Strikers to Seize the

Horrible Death. "I suffered from female weakness for five I
months, writes Miss Belle Hedrick, of acts of the Rich.Bucf'lona .

TBBavannab Nye Putnam Co., W. Va.I wa. treated
Ga., Feb. 18.-T. J. Reed
by a food physician but he did me no good I Feb. IS.-Tbe strike situation

--- I a printer supposed to be from New I wrote to Dr. R. V Pierre Buffalo, here; la becoming more grave
---- --- I Orleans N. for advice which I received \ -
--- -----, committed suicide yesterday Y., tellingme
to take his FAVORITE PRESCRIP I A stats of siege bas been proclaim
POLICE AND MILITARY. afternoon by Jumping in front of a
riri4CS EARLY AMERICAN COSTUMES Trial of Albert Patrick. TION.' When I had used the medicine a ed. Tbe printers have tied up all the
moving Seaboard Air Line train
near month health WM much improved. It
New York Feb. my
A. iP'f't' Says Anarchist i Inlf'rf'.lInlr Collrrtlon of Garment trial of White Oak Camden county. has continued to improve until now I can papers and Done of them are appear
s Albert T. Patrick was resumed today work at almost all kinds of hou,work.. I
of Trieste Riots. In the nO.IODIn.f'nm.: Engineer Cook first saw the man be- I
*t't at B-ttsm with John T. had but it is all ing.At
Tyrell, a handwriting scarcely any appetite,
The Museum of l.'inort In Ito expert side the track and was horrified to the strikers' meeting held her
', :is In the reichsratha !! :
.. ,. -, -' .-r L>r. Koerber. made has what: Is probably a unique nillectlon crowded g courtroom see him step upon the track in front weight I would advise all who suffer from yesterday, several anarchists some of
a- ; of thsa actions of of early American costumes. There I' was as a result of yesterday's ot the train. He stopped only after chronic diseases to write to Dr. Pierce.* I i whom were women, made violent
tji-fifiv 'announcem'nt
-oui that Charles
fi? I are about 3ttf> specimens, ranjingfrom F. Jones Reed had been cut in two. A coro speeches inciting! the strikers to burn
Trieste durr
me and m; vary at who was Mr. Rice's
that underwear and baby d'lthl'sIf home valet-spcretary, ner's jury exonerated Cook from It Makes \ the unsanitary dens of the workmen
-.' contending would
r: >
-< give evidence
Fpun linen to complete! suits of tenet today. Mr. Tyrell blame. Head had a card showing ha and seize the palaces of the rich.
'- fiot: : workmen were at la resuming his
< or brondclotb., testimony laid was a member of toe Typographical Sick For several days past preparation
> ," trouble.' it would be I
The most striking: of these complete impossible for any man union at New Orleans. have been In progress! here for a general
n 'i-ther asserted that an to make four
Butt Is one worn by James Itowdoinas signatures so exactly Women I strike and now trade is raplfte-
"', *ial resulted in establish alike as those the
-'u! minister to Spain early In the last on different pages TO MERGE STREET RAILWAYS. ly paralyxed. The strikers bare la
> 11 'st the fad of the ex of the: 1900 will unless! he
.1 them
century. Rowdoln was the founder of I IBaltlmol'f" many instances attacked servants y, ho
f a Terrorist organization, from a model.
Itowdoln college at Brunswick :Me., Syndicate After San Francisco 1 were returning from market and rob-
.' ,.. was absolute I lawless-!
and an early Revolutionary patriot Electric Lines. be4 them of their purchases.The .

( j liilost: which tbfwbole who became afterward, with John Local Elections In Pennsylvania. San Francisco, Feb. 18.-The Examiner number of the strikers has Increased .
Mensive powers of the Philadelphia Feb. .
HaiwvK-k and Samuel Adams, one of IS.-Local elections says it has information that to 80,000 and the strike movement .
%.. dir! ."-tP1. The governor
are being held
v the first three governors of :Massachusetts throughout Pennsylvania the Baltimore syndicate which baa U spreading throughout the vicinity I.

,I- "I. premier said! acted boa The coat and knee breeches today. In this city the bal been negotiating for the Market street, of the city.DAWSONITES.

i vh: his duty In proclaim"m worn at the Spanish court are of plum loting for a city solicitor, six magistrates t I I Sutro and Suter streets railways will

:., -.: I ;iW and the police\ and colored broadcloth. The former is exoiMtely and councUmen in many of the ; close Its option on Feb. 27. The pa INDIGNANT.
itithontps had shown much: 41 wards. The
&1. ornamented with contest for councilmanin
a design of per say that for the Market street
i e:v: t 11'.1 \\ ill in performing! their silver thread the same decoration several wards is close because of Furore
on n railway approximately 14300.000 will l Over Recent Grant U Trtad-
:t t lit'-'! Martial law would ba the fusion between
smaller scale the Democratic
beta applied to theen'lIm ba paid and for the Sutro and Suter gold Mining Syndicate.

I'tar !,loa a< public ordirU: rolon..III.'ltln waistcoat that was and Municipal league parties to defeat I lines 2000000. The syndicate al Chicago. Feb. IS.-Advices from

.s' .. : an 1 riot before. the regular DEWEY DECLINES A'DINNER.
worn with It. Republican candi Dawson
ready has the San Mateo electric line via Skagway. according to a
..- ----.- Another of the old fashioned waist dates. The weather is fine and an un I Seattle
which, it is said, was purchased for special to The Chronicle, state
ti'tey Wins Over Harris. I ants was taken from n prize ship usually heavy vote for a spring elec. about $1.300,000. Wife's Illness Prevents Acceptance ofAmbassador's that an order which arrived hum OtU -

", ':'.m F"') 11 -The president early In the Revolution ami Is thoughtto tlon la being polled. The option of the eastern people on Invitation. .a recently gives to the TreadgoM
Palm Beach. Fla. Feb. 18. Admiral
tie nt'-'l B.) A. Ufsey as pos!- I have been Intended for Sir Henry the market street railway expires on |! Water and Mining syndicate posse
Grandson of Davy Crockett Dead. Dewey! has received the
.. r.irnvil'', Ga. to succeed Pranklnnd, whose love for Acnes Sur- following
!< af Little Rock Ark. Feb. Feb. 28. They paid $250,000/ for the from lion of all vacant ground and all
18.-Colonel Washington:
Ant |pn.tmaster Harris. who range Oliver Wt'ntll'lIllolml'1I commemorated option. The syndicate put up $75,000/ { ground to become vacant In the rich.
"Bob" Crockett, father of "Will\ dine
of with Feb. 28
Secretary you me on ,
.i' ,t ,.tt,1i'a'! fur rai>iOintmect. in a poem. And there are also for an option on the Suter and Sutro est portion of the Klondike. Canadians
State Crockett and grandson of Davy at 7:30 p. m., to have the honor to j:
'!t' fltfht which has attracted worn by Mr*. Lovell whose
-i gowns lines. It ia to take all stock of both have Joined Americans In expressions
Crockett, hero of the Alamo, died at I. meet his royal highness Prince Henry'
husband. was a member of the Continental
;e id i'I att 'ntion. roals.I of Indignation and will leave
his home in Stuttgart last of Prussia? Holleben
night. All imperial Ger-
congress/ as well 1111't others ?B the Intention of the syndicate. ;i for other gold fields.
D.sensary: Robbed of Morey. state offices closed today. Colonel man aubasaador."
that rernll memories Salem In the says The Ex miner I Business of Dawson
to organize
a men ruin
n'.,. (<-run. S;. t.. F"b. IS.-The Crockett: was 70 years old. Admiral Deuey replied as follows: : see
'. dlS-1 days when the East IndU: merchantmen company and merge the Market Sut r, staring them in the face. It Is said
"IJIII i 'l'g 1: : hire has been "I regret exceedingly not to accept
made that city the most important Many School Children are Sickly. Sutro and San Matuo lines. New York that unless! action Is taken at Ottawa
\own: ff
i.- -> with invitation
dyna.t your to dine and have thee
l irt of export and Import on the American bankers will finance the bonds of t6 six
Mother Immediately weeks will
1 h.-" for $> and $20" to iray'n I Kweet Powders for Children honor of again meeting his royal highness see Daw.
ena.t.The used tiy Motber Uray, a nur+e lu new company. son a deserted A
.. S'Di; ; t'thf' dispenser Mr. bildren'i. Home New York Krruk op Prince Henry of Prussia but camp. munster mass
otht the
In collection
r objects are
'.' I'll takt-n Colds in 24 hour core Kevrisbncss. Headache meeting was In progress when the
; out No clew a! Mrs. Dewey Is too ill for
me to leave
ml",'ellaiwous. There number Stomach Troubles, Disor- I
mir are a TvPthiatt We will launder your spreads for !
was sent.
ID .1" f"ht."r! has been dis<'overed. d and lt her.-George message
> Worm
: rs Btroy At druggists Dewey, the admiral of
uf > for antedating 15 each and make
baby cups example, :k. amplemarledF'IiEE. Address,Allen cents them look l the The order gives A. X. C. TreadgolJ. '
the Revolution ladles' prunella i,I. 0lm.tedLeltoy:7. 1'. like uw. Star! Laundry. navy. : Sir Thomas
Tancrcd and
Death of Charles other members
Tiffany "'.!I'P"rl! with! tiny heels that would
N. w York I Ffb -Charles Tif of the syndicate title In fee to
j hardly have covered a silver sixpence
fillY ".'nf,,, m"mher of the jewelry all lapsed or vacant placer claims on
j ia variety of fine linen undrrJarm'ntlIatlif's' ,
trm: Hunker Roar and Bonanza creeks and
'nf Tiffany & ( 0., died; today atMs
j ho.ids for both
li stockings men
: h -1'.1.In this dty( cl / all their tributaries This includes\ F.JOoralo
paeumoaja. ,
and women, rallied shirt fronts such as
::1!" was :'J yiars 'ld. creek the richest in the world.

!'o "'",-. E' il'Fa'ut, :: !?1I.tjlll the I'I attempted modern dandjism to \brine! has hark more Into than use once and This Dominion.leaves Gold of, the Hun paying creeks, only
: and Sulphur anJ
: t' \.ri-t that Ely'si Cream 1 weather shoes of rough carpeting made M iff n m i[< HH l[ n DiNNERS.e Indian river that will remain opi-n. i

.,.!'. .- wIn., '.!: IN weight in (gold I to protect' the feet of the owner w hen lift L i'
I ) centFull size .ilI'> drhlng! In winter weather. The specimens \ I For Over Years.
-"1.1 1 !h iv.lni}:.rits an" mailed Include also examples of Silly!

I'-::' !ir.r; t-r-1. ;oH Warren: ., New many I MRS W1' SLOW'S HOOTHISH WVRrp b.ibeen
I col-mial ornament, among them buckles used for over sixty y..n tiy mltlioniol

earrings, lionnet pins and even a [ mothers for their children while twilling,

,,' t-I.: IwIs.-I Prolwrta have, C'al.been I siniilo silver thimble. In short although i: Course Hoastin o<< ana Tea {I softens VHbpertectsuccest.the gum*...lIaYI It all soothd palnc: I ,
the collection is considered as colic: and Is the beet remedy for l'i.rrbor'.
1t'jturh for twenty It will relieve the poor little uTrr imi -
I'1 : j J- me ->o weakithought only tho beginning:: : of a much larger tRE SPECIALTIESAT i mediately. Hold by DruRKltU luevrry oars
i of Ibl! worM. Twenty-fly.. cent a txiitl.
t.l: p'Mii. I !got one bottle one, there as examples of nearly UK sure you auk for"t U.Witslow'a Booth.

'1 mi: K.Um and in three the things that one can readily imagineas THE- ing fyrup"aud take no other kind.
try stopped. It i-i necessary to the wardrobe vf a ladyor -- -

i.tie I have u-ed for gentleman; a hundred years or more LADIES FORM GUN CLUO.
Very truly ng". '
\ K. KIXM.K.-IMIU. Will Protect
; Themselves
Many of the old garments have served Against A*

'MCISMS, as models for one of the most famous JAMES McHUCH, Proprietor, saults of Black Brutes.

American Illustrators of colonial Hid.nwn'l.'a". Fell.. IS< A Ladies'

t the h"2 all their WEST INTENDENCIA STREET. TELEPHONE 105. Hun club formed that its
subjects nnd lire thus, in a way, actually rwmlwrfica

:a 1:1 get llllcll familiar to hundreds of men It-am the use of firearms and b.

1 IN \becoming almost and 'vomen who read, lnmks, but who I able to protect thfmselvhas been ,

'1':1 h
I The rules of the slob require every

< okng: education bee '- member to carry a pistol in .plain

", ,"!, making; chocolate! Mr. Wheeler Got Rte of His Rheumatism Story of a ,,"..1... III pn'" l"lnall-lfort. Green Tea and'meek Tea. I view and to learn bovv to use it.

"During the winter of b'Js! I was so The reformers: who hold up the Ier. Ilenrik Ibsen Is said to be devotinghis The difference! in color between gt''f'non. The organi/ation rebu'tmg from the

:" woman's boast that lame in my joint?, in fact all hobble over man army as a pattern to l."- ndmired r'j rapidly fading strength: to painful .. Mark tea has been ascribed to various ;:. seveial recent attempts at assaults
that I could hardly
my body uttt-mpts to complete his autobiogra-j I| Recently' of the has been under! disi
I k woman n Melt bhe around, when I b( ught a bottle of will perhaps\ allow that even its excellent ; I borne \ieekl

,1'1 IHH!." Chamberl-Un's: Pain Halm. From discipline has some lIra wloa'k!'. I'l'.v- j I j Agricultural rolls::a at Tokyo has I invcstlgated :Mrs. Daniel I'owfll. Ih.ltlat Vln-
"He is very jealous of this book, j I| the subject, awl be offeis. In ton went into her hall
." a good imi r ssion the tint application I began to get Among the many regulations of the Saturday algal 1

!Ir t..JlIllju what well, and was cured and have work- military code is one which forbids anybody "says' a contributor to The In.ll'l'ntll'nt1111 substance, the following explanation: and struck a match when a negro blew I

t',i-y Lave done. ed steadily th \'NH-It. WHEELER to present himself! before a recruiting 1 :\ very anxious to have It done while In making green tea the I leaves art it out and grabbed her by the arm, .

North wood, X.V. For siie by all be is yet strong enough to elude thevigilance steamed as soon gathered
otlia-r with a cane In his hand. as ; in the wrenching it severely. Scream!
lui'Diliers his wife
druggists and medicine dealers.The of his doctors. He will allow case of black tea the Ionics
.utie Some days ago/ a reservist so far forguthimself are allowed frightened the man away.
cheap things -- -- I him. He his 'I
-' -- iio one near sleeps' on ferment before drying. The
as to enter the office of a recruiting
In- beet fixed in hisHnil 1'annliiK of Conrtnr. manuscripts, as if Iw were afraid they Is that the finiohed black
sergeant major accompaniedty tea containsmuch I. Fell Dead at Prison Door. 5
.. .1.. think ?
Do really be I
Youn; Citizen- you might purloined. loss tannin than the
his walking, stick. For this heinous green con Raleigh. Feb. 18.-A. J. Carroll a : .
------ -- degenerate?
that modern manners are tains. The 4,
reservist waspromptly original: tea leaf [x 1>.sebs;(>san
'I .. offense the unfortunate white man 66 old ,
1 otor.S indeed. We usedto years was arresteJat
Old Cltlzl' -Oh, yes, CmnpBnarT Favorite DUh.Campanari oxidizing enzyme which Is I
destroyed :
martialed and sentenced
ray horses lives foe when people were rude; i 1 Durham his wife making affidavit
surprised for in the baritone, Las the Ital. In the green tf'a.y steaming. In .
nearly as lone.nn now we feel surprised! when they are to ten weeks' imprisonment ian's prodigious fondness for macaroni.In black tea during fermentation enzyme ', that he had threatened to kill her anJ

': "', > deficient ini"iially polite.-Detroit Free Tress. rdinatlOn.-LOlJtlon Today I fact, w great is his passion for the oxidizes the tannin and gives! list- their children. He was ordered tJ t

\ in SUIUIIHTi dish that he has a little hand machine to a brownish colored product. I be placed in Jail. As hp reached the ,.
'. He Recommends Chamberlain's Cough jail entrance be fell
dead it Is
1I'ragare the Plenty Like It. for manufacturing macaroni and a sail
i Mack hoofs are shaved" he Remedy. "j Clerk's Wise Suggestion. : he was of unsound mind. He leaves t
"Can I get this: note : small apparatus: for cooking: it, and
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough | "I have lately been much trot widow and '
r hun otluTsi. timidly asked the money lender. I these he takes with him on his travels, bled j i nine children. He was aaexconfederate %
Remedy for a number of years and j with dypepia, belching and ti tiI
"Gracious. exclaimed the broker as that it i FO that wherever he gues whether It be pour mach I soldier
have no hesitancy in saying{ I I' writes M. S. Mead,
.A i>4 \\ 'Ib Hrr. be glanced at the date "it's old enoughto is the best remedy for coughs, colds + Canada or crossing! the Great American leading pharmacist of Attleboro, t. I

') '1 used to say that I need it!"-Atlanta Constitution. I and croup I have ever used in my desert he never need be without I Mass, "I could eat hardly anything> ;,i, To AcroMMATE those who are ;j a j
partial to the .
use of
family. I have not word to express his favorite dish.-Cosmopolitan. without snllerin; several hour's. My plying atomizers in ape iI r ,I" : i

: ',i not the only manu TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYS my confidence in this Remedy. ---- clerk suggested I try Kodol D7pep- sages for liquid into the nasal pas ''I t
Lie' had been dif I Laxative liroino famine removes the MRS. J. A. MCXIRE, North ,)tar, L.'T.U' High Ff'f'.. sia Cure which I did with most hap: praetors trrJIlllell, the pro i ,i
For sale druggists and Bloch and py result I have had prepare Cream Balm. Price, S 'I.l
: te.t' cause. W.urove's signature! on every Mich. by Two Austrian lawyers Dr. no more including the _
box: 1'rlcs 25 cents. medicine dealers. I Dr. Lautersteiu who acted as I legal ad trouble and when one can go to eat- Druggists sprayingtube U 75ct. :\
or by mail. The
jug mince liquid
I of the will 01 pie cheee, candy and "t I
to the executors embodies
: 'mach Troubles.reat jlhera the medicinal
'1 ,.: : many dillertornach When you get ready to Buy and Try a Box Tonight. I I ftie late Baron Hirsch. have received a nuts must after be such pretty a time good., their I dieation of the solid Cream :! 'r.., J I"i ':

!- troubleI. plant your spring garden, While you think of it, go buy and I fee of !:3:,5O) each. This remuneratloc Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily.endorse"i I Balm U I quickly absorbed by the j I r.. r

I.." says Mrs. 8. garden utensils try a box of Cascarets Candy Cathartic I was filed by the high court of Justice.A You don't have to diet. Eat all '1 membrane and does not dry up the I I j
secretions '
kerton Iowa "but buy your You'llnever the toed food changes them to a
ideal tonight. you want but don't 'IJ
d Hardware Certain Cure for Chilblains. natural and healthy character.
results from anyrlaln's from the Willis overload the stomach. Kodol Ely :
it. Genuine tablets Dys I 1i
', & regret \ Eese Brother 56 Warren St., y. Y.
Stomach hake into your ahopsII'D" Foot- pepsia Cure digests ; $' }
For pale by allrll'diciue I Co. __________ stamped C. C. C. Never sold in a powder. It caret Chilblain Frostbites. gU' Pharmacy John your Sheppard- '
Lamp, Sweating. Swollen feet. At all The best P il :
: : dealer*. I Know One Sure Remedy bulk. All druggists, IDC. Druggists: and Hbo stores,::ie. Sidney Kahn. j cooking stoves ,

fcran obgumit cold. In name it PynjEalajDo with all V.i" ,
are apt to result i in O.A.8PORX.A.Beanth .. necessary utensils I

1 :'le lt-cied. They can you want a magnificent watch' Ts Kind 9it Hats 1'slrs' Bat Buy a heater from the Coal scuttles grates, shovels :; can be bought from the Wil t f r

for little money? If so, call on Co. : .
by Foley'sUr. Willis Hardware and
using etc.
up tiling at the Willis 1
: i Hardware '
W. A. D'Alem- Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate 8:8satnte J Co. at re Ii

"llfox.: you. of keep warm- Hardware Co's. ;i markaUy low prices. i' i

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[\I!1 [: 1 :THE DAILY NEWS : POLl i' 'FOE JilER* AND ., 1IL0s. MERE', _N. 8TR6NG_ EST IN THE WORLD;

Jittes B. Keene iu omnivorous
I an
\ I WMnt M the Ftit Offlc kl rcaueolt,
l fMn M MMkA-elMi matter reader of oTel8.In .
j' r >rOrrrw-- AFTER I New Remedy for Catarrh is Very the present United States senateare The 42d Annual Statement for
: Pitt B1I1I41111.tU Bo-th Pala- Valuable. Jones
I OFFICKRSr two each of Clarks, Fosters
!I retsel.RP-IWn,
A Grand Rapids gentleman. whoepresents es, :McLaurins and Platts. Ending December 31st, 1901, of I'
J : PUBLISHED BY a prominent manufacturing The. Marquis Visconti Venosta of Italy '

: I : MS lETS PUBLIBHlli 00. There seems to have been a "nig- concern and travels through central has declined the decoration sent to

,i .,",,' ger in the wood-pile" in connectionwith the following and southern regarding Michigan the n3w relates catarrh him by the Emperor Menelik of Abyssinia TIC B UITB L B LIFE j

T.-lnvarlabty In Advance. the eerious blunder made by cure. He says: on the ground"that It was "stained lUP.1I!! 1C tltTi E

I J 1M IMr MW.- _I s 0000 from cat Irrh of by Italian blood.
Y I when be "After suffering
1 .. .... _._ I ,[ the police officer Sunday I I I\
UMoctbitkiM -- ---- ---
\V. N.
P T Month .. 1 60 E offered a public affront to the little the bead throat and storm for McMillan a nephew 8ena'l
'. ,I OUIiOD'Ii" _____.___ rKll several years, I heard of Ptuart's tor McMillan aud one of the ,
: 1 1 0. .....b1 Carrier Nlabls KOA4ay 10 band of Salvation Army workers as Catarrh Tablets quite accidentally. young men Ib St Louis, has started on j ja I Assets .. .. ., .. $331,038,720:

r, ., I they worshipped at the corner of and like everything else I immediately tiger huntIng trip, during which he Reserve and Other Liabilities
H uniting Rates furnished on Application.t Government and Palafox streets bought a package and was decidedly will traverse the deotrt of Sahara. I I 259,910,65

i last Sunday evening. It seems as if''I I. surprised at the immediate One of the most expert chauffeurs in
afforded and still
" '. "' II the officer was not alone in the miss i I'I relief,to find it a complete me cure after several more i Washington is Representative Sibley I i surplus (From which DiTidends are Pail ) $ 1,129,01'Paid

'I take but the facts will come out ;' weeks'u.e. I of Pennsylvania. He Las an automobile -I J JS
: 4.>NI.B I 1
I Ii I and each morning when :
I within the next few days. congressis
i .: The matter of the officer's attitude I Itoward in session takes! it up the avenue to to Policy-holders in 1901 27.714,621 '

I ; i: i '! Captain Mitchell came up ;, the east front of the capitol. I New Insurance in 1901 .
TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEKSAOOLA $245,912,087
J ;I, before the meeting of the board of John II. :McGurk the notorious former ;

I .''f' }, {1 public safety yesterday afternoon ': owner of ulc1lle Hall" in New Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901,81,179,276.725
: FEB 20 1902. h York, has sold that and all his other
the! article in this paper having
dance halls and retired.
-i j prompted a member not to leave the ,
\ act passed unnoticed and thus leave friends say he has an Income from at Notwithstanding, the greater financial: strength of it.! s. c. t

: i : THE worm has turned. The people I the idea in the public mind that the least: ;?:='11.I,0110 Invested now in real estate greater security which its policy-holders thereby enjoy 11!.,. I i.\i 1 i .,

I of New Jersey, exasperated at the I act was officially sanctioned. I used only for respectable purposes. LOW and GUARANTEES better than given by other comp; \l; .. -
I \1"1"I 1 continued insults aimed at the state i During the course of the meeting i Notwithstanding deep seated jiolitl-

: r on account of the peculiar breed of ;:Captain Putnam arose and called cal I differences. Morley and Mr.

\ its mosquitoes, have determined to attention to the officer's act Bupp'e1 J Chamberlain have kept their personal;
.' I meriting his remarks by inferringthat friendship ur.l'fOkl'll't'r since, the KNDTffLES BEDS. Gen.
1\11! "remove the cause and the legisla- "it was coming to a pretty pass Agents
Liberal of sixtwn: .
split years ac" They ,
: ture has appropriated $50Guu as a indeed when religious worship could
; i ; starter for that I not go on in the city undisturbed. I,I occasionally! drhe down to the houseogether 309 t;. Palafox Street. PENSACOLA. FLA.
1.t: ; t mid have a tight '
: The marshal was then asked about friendly us to _
the serious affair and it who shall the cabman.
J. A NWJRO professor of Missouri developedthat pay i

J college has been elected to members Officer Nee had been told to endeavor Tlioinns M, Patterson, the new senator I AS !!::!::>. KVCIM: LAI'1clll ...

,I chip in the National Geographic soar, my privately and see and the request leader that of the the from Colorado, at one time was, a 'I I I The prettie-t launch M t

1 1"I circus munaeer. being; associated with The Benefits of ProgressiveCoining Launch. 16 foot oue-f{. P ,
b ciety at Washington and the Torrey Cervices be held in the square, as '
two other j-ouiii:; wen from his home run f i-t. The Racn.ii ,
very -
: formerly, so as to keep the streets
a "I Botanical society of Columbia University ,
I' ; t I and sidewalks from being blockaded. I I city, Cr.+cfordscillelnJ. He was \born i Events cat their the one adopted by the 1'u '
; i\ : New York because he had Instead of seeing the leader privately have a little son who sings in a j I'boy's 'In County Carlovv Ireland In lt and !shadows before, so do scan Exposition in 'Butfal-: i ,
: i I raided tea plants in Florida from the l however the officer had gone to | choir in one of our prominent I I 'moved with his parents ti, Cflwf.rds,1 !bright warm days in they are the be..t, more rehab

t f ''f seed. The editor of THE NEWS did him during the service on three different -, i churches and he is greatly troubled I vine when he was thirteen ) }o'fbruaranllounet; the any other ; they are simiut

: "j\ that nearly :5 years ago at Tallalus- occasions, thus disturbing the with hoarseness and throat weak- There are two I'mileol.n France. : approach of spring, and worthy, rife aud full goats
\ 'j worshippers and at the same time ness, and on my return home from a this :;priu -like feeling Lippmiu J5rother. l+avauna! ( ,
One of th"m is and dues
the killed inventor
plants I
tee, were by an
1 li: humiliating those engaged. Captain trip I gave him a few of the tablets causes the CYCLIST to are agents; from thN mauufartti'
the cold. Putnam called for not lack ability in the art of advertishit and carry stock of the-e boats
an investigation i one Sunday morning when he had turn with delight to the at
----- of the officer's conduct and Captain complained of hoarseness. He was' himself and his inventions. In a lumber room pull out times ; size,: is: ft. 21 ft. 25 ft.

I Expo.ltJnne.: Putnam Mr. White and Mr. John- j I delighted with their effect removIng -i Paris newspaper this notice has apj BICYCLE, "where it hand to be shipped at a momi

i The one essential-indeed, indis- son were named by Chairman Mul- i i all huskiness in a few minutes j) peared: ")i. Lmile Zola of 1'lamb'imf has beeu stored away all notice : trial given to any one w.

j + able-requbite to the success of don to pursue the investigation. It and making the voice clear and ;i inventor of tin- spring' 1l1'lH.'r! ,;, notifies ,, winter" with the intention fug to purchase
I I is expected that something interesting ': of LlHPMAN Itiuw : <
very 'strong. the public that he has nothing to do resuming those
a great exposition is "paid admis-i will evolve from the f i mlltf Savauuali. (., .
com- "As the tablets are very pleasantto I witb his namesake Eiiiile Zola, the i early spring morning invigorating :
Ii .' siont." Money expended, however mittee's sittings a report of which the taste, I had no difficulty in writer." iI I I health- ivin
lavishly, m securing; "attractions" I will be made at the next meeting.The persuading him to use them reg- rides. lie looks his old All kinds of builder
i matter of the Coe burglary I I', ula ly. I friend over and if it is a
erecting buildings beautifying That Will hardware lit rock lotion
Something Do You Good.
was also brought up, the mayor calling I 1 "Our family physician told us they Columbia, Monarch or
+ grounds and procuring exhibits, is i attention to the testimony of the were an antiseptic preparation tlf We know of no way in which we I Cre-cent, it is sure to be prices at the l inilix lint

' t !!Nn i ; thrown away unless the patronage night watchman who upon discov- undoubted merit and that he him-, 'can be of more service to our read all right save, perhaps, a ware Co'.

of the people is secured. The exI '1 enng the negro burglar trying to ef- self had no hesitation in using and ers than to tell them of somethingi I puncture, or maybe the
I ] feet an entrance to the store ha recommending Htuart's Catarrh'' will be of real good to them i tires are old and have BANNER SALVED
is : :
I t position : merely a gigantic show |i fired his pistol and blown a police Tablets for form of catarrh. For this reason we want to acquaint done Ioodrvice., and
any the .
# t and its success as Ouch depends. ab- |. whistle for at least 15 minutes and "I have since met many public I]j them with what we consider one of he remember seeing in most healing B>lve In th world.IS .

t-olutely upon the numbers of people i then failed to attract the beat offi speakers and professional singers 1 the very best remedies on the market -' TUB DAILY NEw that

, 'f{ in attendance. If it i is, in reality cer's attention. The fid that the '' who ujed them constantly. A for coughs colds and that The Happy [Home i iwe i. > f
"tfce show whi*tie was blown and the shot ,, prominent Detroit lawyer told me :, alarming complaint croup. We rsj -I ,
: i greatest on earth, it (fired in the heart of the buuuessi that rtuart's Catarrh Tablets kept j fer to Chamberlain's Cough Reme-
) B.
will be a dismal failure if sufficient t i trlct. and failed to attract attention his throat in fine shape during the' dy. We have used! it with such good i j: Bruce furnished home. Mar '.
: I number of spectators to cover b ya was a matter too serious to be 'i i most trying weather and that he results in our family so long that it !
their "paid admissions" the cost of i allowed and the matter will receive had long since discarded the use of has become a household; necessity. $ Juina can supply{/

production and attention. I cheap lozenges and troches on the By its prompt use we haven't any I the Rig CYCLE DKA1EH : with all needed in the mi ;
something do
over i -- -- --- I'advice I his doubt but that it has time and again
of ,
physician that they ,
was ou a of hou.'je
not visit it. The Last Heard Of It. j i i contained so much tolu, potash and prevented croup. The testimony is Brand New Hnrhe I furnish ings at l/it' ,

"n The only way to secure :a satisfacr -i i| "My little boy took croup one opium as to render their use a given upon our own experience and duality. MORGAN & lowest prices, cash or ever" '
+ tory attendance is by advertising night and soon grew so bad you danger to health." we suggest that our readers! espe- \VKIGHT double tube

t',4; liooks pamphkts, pictures, hangers, .I could hear him breathe all over the Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are large I chilly those who have small chil- tire for $5; per pair and I SCIIXj I'it"'I'LiEH
idren always keep it in their homes, :
i' hou-e, says F. D. Reynolds Mansfield pleasant tasting lozenges!: composed guaranteed, and decidesto --
II dodders, etc., etc, are among the'! | O. "We feared he would die, of catarrhal antiseptics! like Red as a safeguard aKainQt croup.-CamI send hisold coniD.iniondown At C, V. Thump IIln'I \u, It H.. ;
I various means, adopted for advertis-'! I but 1'alaloi.
t' Ing expositions: as they, or most o t''Cough' Cure quickly relieved linn i druggist everywhere at 50 cents fo fdruggiista;I and medicine dealers.PINFEATHERS. and have it cleaned up Besides the standard line of I
---------- eta
[ and he went to sleep. That's the i full treatment. : and a pair of them fine
= thtm the
are, necessary means of j tiontry we have in tints, with
I' last we; heard of the croup. Now They act upon the blood and mu- i i tires put ou, all for fjX; ( >. to match evelopes
rn advertising other kinds of shows; ,(H I isn't a cough cure like that valuable cous membrane and their couiposii He also knows, that the Royal Crystal Bond:

j'' but without the publicity afforded i ?" "One Minute Cough Cure i is i tiou and remarkable success has Lice do nut attack fowls that are Ins I work will be done right Kurd's Holland Bond

t I by the press all of these together I absolutely safe, and acts immediate I I won the approval of physicians, a good condition so MKJU us those that I and at once; he won't Ladies' Art Stationery.
1 would fail ly. For cough*, colds, croup grip well as thousands of sufferers from : have to make two or three
w to secure the desired re- j nrl.1mlllt'rlslltoJ, Foreign; Mail, Etc.Artists' .
bronchitis and all other throat and l nasal catarrh throat troubles and trip before he can get it.
suit. Compare the number of people ]l lung troubles it i is a certain cure catarrh of stomach. I Make all roost!: and appurtenances!: so I Looks at his watch 3 Material Olilce S"> :

likely to be reached by these meani'with Very pleasant to take. The little, A little book on treatment Hf ea- I that they can !be readily and easily ': o'clock calls the house plies All new Memoranauin and bright.Hooks, Etc.

$, the numbers that depend for ones like it. Hargis' Pharmacy,, tarrh mailed free by addressing F. taken out and cleansed. |j boy.sends his cycle down, -

information John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. A. Ktuart Co., Marshall Mich. The gritty substances fowls pick up gives instruction! over -

upon newspapers: and !' are ther: teeth, and whdi they lack I telephone No. 380-I will Cash n Credit thepri'eson
the comparative results may be almost UATHllONK S19TKU3. have a good ride in the or
the fo Is!
I Ii grit \ are apt to betxiue dis I furn.
j exactly estimated. 'rfHEYINIFRED\ eased. morn in?.

Exposition and Magnolia Temple No. -I. RathboneiKisters lure at ? aritoll & <.uinn'
I promoters managers ;I will hold regular meeting I I!.i I I luring'fry cold weather care should
will I doubtless alino-t unau- :' ]Friday afternoon Feb. 21, at 2:30: | be taken to empty the wateressels at I I are the loicest.

: imou-ly agree to the proposition'''o'clock. Every member requested JN hARD[ LUCK i I night and to supply leasoiiably warm

tbat without the publicity secured ;; 'to attend. Initiations and other 1111- water during the day. "hf'n'uur Joint arc Slit

i>y using the columns of the uew.-pa- I portent' buiness.MKS --- I Lime is too caustic to be given alone. I and your inn-cles ore from l
rr I pets no enterprise of the kind could ; El ( I.illlewah'r I Is preferable and is corrective rheumatism when you -
>ITH ioKE )1. Jo;. C. ;
A dispatch! from Tampa announcesI I epraiu a joint,
: *traiu"your
ever be succe ful. But the practices M.R.C. i of bowel diseases and also a reme- .r* 1
I I that the 'teaml'r'iuifrl'd of the i i i ii dy fur soft shelled ecgs. bruise yourself, Painkiller
liaveberetoforeobtauied I out tlieBorene-
He Kept His Lag. i ew York line put into': .\ quiet sitter makes a docile mother uud fix you t
in the adverti-emetitof great expositions i- Nampa j a jiffy Always have U ,
indicates t I' I Twelve year* ago; J. W. Hullivan, bay with fire in her hold. and has better success in Latching( ; for auduseitfreely., Avoid FUb-

.l reduce managersfail of Hartford. (;onn", cratched! his : The captain and crew were nearly slu will sit close and this is always!: therein but on. Painkiller :

to to practice the theory leg with a rusty wire, lullamnu-j j exhausted from lighting flame''. essential I to success. }),Ivl>;', Price ::;c. and ooc..
f which they are quite willing to approve tion and blood poi-oa set in. For '
which had been for
burning tv*
in the ub-traU. two he -utlered enty- : I
InteudofrecogniziLg years intensely. '
Thousands Sent Into Exile. ,
four hours. !
in a partly bu-iue-s Then the beet doctor urged :amputation ., Bran theEigutort the NI y.. Jf8 '
"but." he writes, "I used one'' The !steamship sailed from New Every year n large number of poor
F I. way, the value of -ucli publicity, !bottle of Electric Hitter and !sufferers whose lungs are ore and 11 #
1'4 Feb. 11, and fire was discover d five U+-
i ; they have appanutly regarded it as b.xeoflfucklen'sArnica, talveat: ; d racked with coughs are urged to go cf #
ll ,S! well lee sound aud well days out. On arriving in the bay to another climate Hut this ii cot-
( : pouielhing enough to haccti -if my wa- as as I
{ I For : the steamer wa anchored at buoy ly and tint always ure. Don't be an High Living
e\er. Kruption, Eczema,
; they I could get it for nothing I .. (\Foiey's Kidney
I Tetterl"alt Rheum Sure No. 9, and streams of water were exile when Dr. King's New DHCOV- \
aud all
1 I I ..; IStwspuper men have always been blood ill-orders! Electric Bitters has pumped on the burning cargo by the cry for Consumption will cure you at \\i possible, nt low co-t. Our patrons i nukes kidneys and bladder

(. .s..: excetdiuglygeuetott- to such enter- '''no rival on earth. Try them. W. ship's pumps. The cargo, which, home. It's the mot infallible medicine are could particularly be well fed, yet none
E '' consisted of mi-eelljne-ou* freight; for Coughs, Cold*, and all accused of spending too
A. })
prier. .11 he news a--uciation-have I D'Alemberte 121:! H. Palofox much ''
!} : I { street, will guarantee satisfaction for Tampa and Pen-acola, is practically t Throat and Lung di-eases on earth uuteyon the "inner man. ,
t I; willingly put' on the wires all nun- refund money. Only oO cents. or a total 10'"-. The flat doe brings relief. As- At --+: AT.zNICK'S-

j i i tier of rpeiial matter, and the columns ---- --- Captain Armstrong says the stead tounding cures result from peni i-t-
) .... ', : of the newpaperhave ul'elliJ' ,, The remnant of the Heinberg er seemed to be "hoodi>ed" on this rot u-e. Trial bottles free at W. A. Tlie :20th() CenturyKcstaiirant.z

Hro. & Co.* grocery stock will besoM voyage. In !leaving New York the D'Alemberte's 121 K. Pal ifwx street
iJ' \ iretly-too freelj opened to all by the sihrliee, F. E. prat[ ne r, first olllcer ran amuck and tried to Price otic and SI.UO. Kvery bottle ( < :

; ;! kitul- of advertising. matter, labeled merchants aLd consumers at 9a: c. kill the helmsman and captain. 111-t guaranteed

.'. ,1 : t" 1 "ue''-,' coneerniug them. And the I ,,i riflce prices-. Going fat; call quick t; luck pursued the hip all the way to -" TOUR excellent lIIt'alare served at

I HI1 tuauat favor ha- not been entirely I Tampa a very rea-on.lblpprice.
: Tn THE NEW': Want Column. -- NEW ISLANDS. i The food i iof the hne"t quality ; ,
1"'\1 I: lIJJ ratelulftronchfcl'Miuwurds.. Don't Let Them Suffer. wellcnokf-d and well -erved. Oiniu
n r They do not, apparently, recoirnizel j Often children Another flap!: is dismissed from this' room is well appointed and comfort
are with
I'.. I, any obligation for the great benefit* : Every Exertion a Task itching and burning eczema and hemiipbere, to use the great Sewards able. !
Those Danish isles t
sounding piirase.
t thus received beyond the t'xprt'.ioll other skin disease, but Kucklen's i I I'll.I.P .71. Dpo'i
Arnica SalveheaU are ours.New York World ;,

;rt_1.': .: '_ -"thank of fulsome- but quite meaningle-s; Every Care a BurdenThere inflammation the leaves raw the sureexpels skin*, Now who Is going; to be governor penj,|j Pearl & Nicolau,

'. without acar.. Clean, fragrant: '' .ral! of the Danish Wtft Indies? It 1's :|'
;1 Can the newspapers of the ('OUII'ill cheap there's no salve; on earth as a dnmly! chance to exile Rome fellow 216 S. Palafox St.
is failure of the
atloid to be thus strength to eood. 'fryit.. Cure guaranteedOnly II
Ii try !geueroufor with a budding presidential 1 boom. |I II _
do and the : to endure there is 25c atV.. A. D'Alemberte's' u ---
of cower ---- -
; : the poor privilege printing; al. Atlanta Constitution. |
121 H.1'iilafox Oysters in
+ street. all
\ i I.' leged"news" and a few free tickets weakness all: ever" that is persistent And now the United States has aboutt Tin CLL'TTKIl MfSIC IIOfhK

I I'i : Can tilt exposition managers afford and constant. aUIICK gathered in the DanUh West Indies ,, (Incorporated. Short orders

I! the benefits the : I'rettm American will be at
I ft. J to ignore enterprise WE ARE
The vital; EXTRA
functions! are i paired, There will be
a meeting > home regardless of where he desire filled 1
7 I would receive by having suitable I I INDUCEMENT-4: TO PfRCHAKERS -
l \ matter advertising the I show I print- i food does not nourish, and: the; whoe: e Chapter of Mt.this Hoieb evening R. A.1 at to Jump off the boat-San Antonio Ex- OF
I 1 r E Best the
i'I i -d in thoe newspapers close to systerj is run down.A : i 9 7: o'clock.. press. PIKNOSThey
i\1\ a Border of H. P. I
I ) the ('N'pt.whomthl'llu'petoattract'k | medicine: that strergthens the Food Changed To Poiton. affords !
I i visitors-which are not able to I IV. E. AMtEK-xlX, have over three car-loads of
i j stomach perfects: dgesticn: invigorates :r-ecretary. Putrefy nsr food in tl.e intestines'produce New Upright; Pianos to ..,-l .ct from. Private parlor
the of the
contribute to success enterprise .
---- elect like those of
J and tones is needed. ar f'ni ciThe i I Favorites "KRANICH k
;; .1 by free advertising? F. K. Bruce will send an expert but Dr. Kill,'- New bite Pill expej 1 BACH," "Lester" and "finger" dinner parties.

I[ There observations are respectfully Whet Hood's k .r..r>.rl! .. did for MM. L. B. mechanic to your residence or office the plli nIl" from clogged bowels, Pianos are shown in prom-inn-a II

r ;'' ; con mended to the: attention of ,, Garland. Mi Jy. Trim., n h... tone for othr. and do any kind of lock, key trunk gently easily but surely, curing styles and woods to select from. In.
#\' 1 the took It whf'u she gar all run d..wn-with- or door work you need ; call phone I, Constipation, P.iliou-ne-j, Hick Piano Players they have the Famous ,
the newspaper fraternity and to the i lout al"l"etltf' losinir 1ie-h. and unabV! to do 3;*) Headache. Fever*, all Liver Kid- I CROWN PIANO and ANG1:LCcjURLHEiTRALa :; Mobile
1\\ .. management of the St. Louis exposition I her Wi.rk. It restored her 1I:>prt'te. toereaed -- -- nev ard H.\wel trouble; Only 2at ; | whole orche-tia

t1} I i>f IWtf, m the hope that a different her wricbt. and made her well and 'trocg. Twentieth Century Medicine. W. A. D'Alemberte'- :0;. Pal a-at I the command of anyone no I'KLIVKKEIlTO> VPART
This Is her own unsolicited "...ll'mt'tIt.Hood's fox street. ''knowledge of music An
: "+ policy may prevail with them ; Cascarets required. Of TIIK '
Candy Cathartic are as exhibition every day. AI-o theCflh.bratd
I' (- and that for the proper advf rtise- Sarsaparilla far ahead of ancient pill poisons ami 1 I in Parlor "Ap llo" and I'Cpcilian"piano PINE Pfi

t: : 111mt of that notable event in the ': Premises to cure and keeps the prcmI : ,, liquid Ihysic as the electric light of NEW STYLES player All of the above mstruments : THE>> UNION RESTRUR
will decide to will bold
; country press they pay the tallow candle' Genuine lie d- on ea.y paj1-
t is The stamped
i ; earlier treatment is i ment= if desired. Call I
with a liberality corresponding to I begun ;, C. C. C. early for .
;: Never sold in bulk. All room Furniture at Mars-
theblutflttrcrdvtd. I I the better- beg'nit today! !, | first choice. Frank L.
druggists, ice. .ton $:Quina's. I
4f THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. Proprietor, Opposite Union>;


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TM New Industries Reported in the Barefooted and Thinly Clad Girl KIDNEY DISEASES ever
South In a Week. Minority Report Objects to Construction
SYRUPcure. Leaves Home at NightGreenville ;
Cfcattaaooga. Feb. IS.-Among thet.c by the Government. I Is

:' important of the new industries Sore Lunge. Hacking GrppePueu Coughs,- body of Eliza, S.Goodlet C., Feb., a 18.white-The dead Washington. Feb. 18.-The minority IN tht malt fatal of all daeases. l l

crt i*> in old
years ,
a was found .
week ended Feb. 15:> are the following: I few days. Why then risk covered in snow about Saturday morning dissents from the view that the government Uf9is eY JIE i
..\ll'J wv' brick and tile works at Ken- Consumption, a slow, sure from G should build the cable and
too. Tena. a broom factory at Bar. death? Get Dr. Bull's reers. states that a private organization, the FOLEY'S =:11:
I The
girl lived ;
with her Beat
Cough Syrup. Price grandparentsand .
i.rf: :N' C a canning factory at Rich- : 25c. Commercial Pacific Cable company, already !
L..'j :N C" a fe0uot:> ) coal mining Don't krfuse the be dealer imposed upon. was subject to fits. She complained has contracted to lay the cableo I of all kInds gerrtd by t

( )w.Ii'Y; "t Birmingham Ala., cotton I is not as gad as a Dr.substitute luU's. ; it tired during the day Friday and re : extend the line to the Philippines or refunded. ConUlniremedlei Polite and Courteooi :'
Salvation Oil earlier than usual. [In few moM7
curd a min-
Bessemer and Drone KheunutUm, Rlthin Attendants.
:ii; ht Ala. and two years thereafter.The .
j I Ache and Palm & utes she bvocot cmI- \
15 35 cu.I jumped from her bed recognized
c-:... Fla ; a $;S.UIJO cotton and wool- her told cable company binds itself to FULL MUSUIE IMO
.. at Llntolnton. X. I grandparents goodby and ran from tharse the physicians the best for f
tl C.; a J30.- ________ the house. public 50 cents a word between u
to manufacture ,' California FIIEDANNHEIS8ER DUaLITY. .. .. .
II\u' dying ma- : Barefooted, bareheaded and Honolulu for the Kidney and Bladder troublti. ;
ti.- &' Chattanooga: ; flouring mill at I IN THE HOUSE.. and.ith list Uo years. with a reduction to 35
only a thin .
S..rt: N C.. a grist mill at Uesserner, gown to shield her the girl cents a word! thereafter; to charge not BROS.AOENTS .
faced the ,
Indian wintry weather.The A. D'ALEMBEFTE.
Ai.: a l".00i> hardware company ate Appropriation Bill-Burleson exceeding $1 a word between California FOR THE CKLKBRATID 1I
\ .wL Oa., a knitting mill at HighS I j Speaks on Trusta girl's grandfather, a man of 70, and Manila or China; to accept ,
;..." da a $:::O.OuO lumber coin Washington Feb. 18.-The house to tried pleading: terms for her to return -'!I such rates for government messagesas PARKER'S I, f, Harper IGute'' 1

I ;.:: *t Molina. Fla.; a J25.0UO! lumpy .. dayyent into committee of the hole the but in vain. The old man sought i the postmaster general shall annually C\tUm HAIR aDd bMuufK BALSAM Hi* >*'. A[ aiu House-401 ri. Palafox street : i

,,:;.,... it Tarboro. N. C.; a $iijiutM; ) ) and took up consideration of the In help of his neighbors. The news !I fix; to give priority to govern never ProniKtM full t laiunmnt to Beitore puwth.Orgy K. R. KchanlZe-Orp. Union DepotP.

..:.3": and mining company atVUiat i dian appropriation bill. It was agreed were spread and soon numerous citizens ment messages; to sell the cable to (?Hair tie it.di..Youthful jt.A hair Color.Lan,. i iip O. Box: 2M. Pensacola, Fla. 1
>j:u, N. C.; a $Jo.oou lumbera '' that general debate should continue searching the surrounding coun the government at au appraised valueif "Ie..nd'I..,II IntuL Phones 116't;S. .,

:,. a' .a}tou :-:. C.; a $IUU'';> WU I oil I''I today' and tomorrow, after which the try.The ever the government should desire i -u ,

toita; ;-.* at ]tome, Ga.; au oil eons 'I I, hill should be open to amendment un- body was not found until 9 to ovxa the cable; to submit to government .
l+i) kt t jjkfville. T<'nn.; a $:;UtJtJI' ;i! tier the Z; minute rulti. Mr. Sherman death and Saturday, fold and rigid in censorship whenever the government A. M. AVERY {
of New covered with
v.: .tJ gtt l 6 "--omiian at Wiul'hester. I I York, u boo was in charge of of several inches thinks such censorship neo- ,

'i.-u a .'''' ! plant at atksun.Ts.c. I the bill, announced that in'I..w of snow. essary.
: a Sail'1.IIIIU paper mill at Pensa- !i the tail that many members of general I I,, (MOMKOTU JMT* 4 DsaJbla,) .

,'U.II f n a IJlol'al tory at Chatta- debate desired to speak on mat Only Seven Survivors. A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

a." j* a tel-phone: company at More- tees not germane to the bill, he would Columbia S. C.. Feb. 18.-There are IY. W. Baker, of Plainview,

fete( < .'v :N c., veneer factory atM reserve his> openiu? now surviving; only seven of the mem writes : "My wife had lung :Ilardware:

1, Mir"..,' Tenn.. and a plant at Si- : }lurh'son, of Texas, then made a bers of the original secession convention trouble for over fifteen years. Wetried ,

i i. N c' to manufacture speech on the subject of which was perhaps the most a number of doctors and spent [ron Nails Axes Shovels
; : wagon trusts. He eventful over a thousand dollars without Saw Mill and Steamboat Hoppllei, Oocki&j
II L ,.- .im Lair s-tock. I 51'01of the "strenuous one" who hadsU'cl'ded in :South: gathering Carolina. of men ever held relief. She was low and I lost any all and HeaUnIS'oYfls. Paint Oils and Window Olasi,
to tbo presidency last fall On the occasionof hope when a friend
suggested trying -
800 Bodies Recovered. I and contrasted Minneapolis speech the last state veterans' reul1lontherf' Foley's Honey and Tar which Agate and Tinware and Housefornishing Goods.

St 1'. '. ',' 'ire. F .h. 18.-The bodiestf I lat summer with the utterances in bit were nine of the convention's s I did ; and thanks be to this great
I Gnus, Pistols
''0 \ .' "ms' of the earthquake a message on the trust question. surviving members. Since that time remedy it saved her life. She is and Fishing; Tackle,

St"i',.i".t. I I'diisCaucassia.: have thus Before his accession to the presiden Dr. Campbell and Captain KInslcr !stronger and enjoys! better health AdEN'f rot
have crossed than she has ever known in ten Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant
he had river.
fa: ')!' !i.M.uitM.! The treasury hascmhN's cy spoken of the "trust The survivorsare Stitched
bar.onli" Chief Justice Mclver years.Ve: shall never be without Belting, Northampton Emery W noel Company, Laftln A Ra&f 1
,, for the relief of and "monopolists," Colonel Jv s.
ttr .. :.' ,t- In thl'lI1a's sur- "captains of industry," which, be de Daniel Pope Dr. James H. Carlisle ski Foley's l those Honey afliietcd and to Tar try an'd it." would W. A. Powder Company, Jobnson'a'Ealsomliie, Iron Elif and Back's,Stoves
,laced. Dr. Stokes, lIon. It. A. and Ranges, Wm Coups ACo. a Raw Hide Lace Leather Beady
n, : ri.-iiniaKd ::7: persons uere indicated that the president Thompson L. D'.1lenlberte,121 :5, Palafox. Maiorj'i
was \V. Spratt and K. C. Made Railroad Colon.Masonic .
Li. I controlled! bv tli<> fr.rcoe In a Ioan.,

I Itenubliran party-f h ch-b ; in IU the HHf ISalrtHiiiH from the Northern Wood Temple Pensncola. Fla.

F i, ; lli'U'y"I, 1'ar I; best for past respected treats Fight Over a Dispensary. are 111 1'j u j-Ba-aci.! the ccrtaiu cure for coughs.;

: i, ai,',: whotping cough: contains i I "What is the Democratic Yorkvillc. S. C.. Feb. 18.--The dispensary Medical
1-.. anti cureiiiickly.| (,;arer. : Montana doing U prevent governorof the agitation at this place is beginning Society, Attention y, C. BRENT, WM II KSOWLKH, W, K, H Ylm, JR., J, H, KCEMK.
., keep it ill the home. W.A I railroad big to become There will be a regular/ meeting of President. Vice-Preeldent. t'athter Au't C.lbler,
merger in the interesting. The
u A.berte,1" : I 121 l r.. 1'al.ifox.Foey's ; asked northwest? directors of the :he Pen acola Medical Society at
lira Taxvney, of lInll(>sota. York cotton mills helda ;he Hoard of Health office at 8

'.. "If be is not in line with the gov- meeting at the mill offices on the 'clock p. m. Tuesday Feb. 25
/ Hon y and Tar !1 ernor of your state," responded Mr. 11th instant and passed resolutions Visiting physicians! are cordially! National Bank

cure to/t/s, prrlenspneumonia.. DurU-sou. "then I repudiate him. condemning the establishment of a 'uv itcud to attend.

I "He is not," retorted Mr. Taney, dispensary here and calling upon the DK. E. F. BRUCE,

j KEYS GO TO EUROPE. "and he repudiates you." stockholders of the company to use President. OF PENSACOLA.
effort I
Mr.I Hill of Connecticut! followedwith every to prevent the l'stalJlish.I ii25ttf;
Secretary.from ,
went of the
Va- Americans Will Seek Fame or an hour's speech; in support of same. DXR:1JCTOn.!! :: ..

European Turf. his bill to make silver dollars re ,' the cheap. W M. H, KNOWLE8, W A, BLOUNT F.
\ '. h '1. !I' FAm"111 au deemable in gold. Escaped Prisoners Taken. Cades C. BRENT. W. K. HVKR. JB
est to the D, 0. BRENT
Senate.At Greenville, S. veryfinest ,
?1 J.I1II1Illd.a.1.1. Th. l'l x C., Feb. IS.-Percy

.,.o' .. :,.",lit now loi tame on th, the conclusion of routlno business and lliskman Osteen. escaped( prisoners furniture at Marston

t't.!,." Ka' .- xA'itn-Ini 1"'ii. -a'1' ,ilaThe bur KuniiH parry( on! vote! should today it be was taken agreed on the that Philippine the final Jail from have been the Hendersonville.arrested in the county N. C., I $ Ouina'a. r O riii 111A D Dii o c b Au1! Boy UI!hti IIA d Solnatt I IWe

.,. tariff bill and and CANDY CATHARTIC /
placed in
\i :' in H u\ I'a!>>y Free amendments thereto Greenville jail. Ernest

'..a. -. Kiuppn! h''!" \l''lnt.xr,. Monday at 4 o'clock. During the last [ Drake is here and will probably be
'. day the debate to \Jtc' captured >l. draw our own Bills of Exchange! on Great
i :UM"n aL: : Jimmx :Mi had limited to 15 minutes today. These three are members Britain, Ireland

A .1', ;I. ': tor 1-"' 11 >, ur .\\I\! tna to each senator, no debate to be of a gang of seven that escaped .. Germany Sweden, France Denmark, Austria Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium, Russia, Nol
10. way other European
i countries.
I'. ',' ,. had alter the from the
l \l'ha: ai> urn't! con voting begins. Hendenonville jail two I... &0.. D..I.w

try : .n Frau The former i l- Mr. Wellington, of Mar)'land, then weeks ago._ __ Genuine stamped C C. C Never sold: in bulk. .- DOOD,0 Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and tbelj

eta: '. Ba','It It". 'siiul'l, ainl The addressed the senate upon the Philip Beware Oinimentu for Catarrh lha Beware of the dealer who tries to sell Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days

luttf ,id 'Ott /K 11 Iray, II.-iihi' '\ pine question. He said he had been a Coin nin Mercury. "something just as loud after Vessel Arrives there.fVSafety .

Yo : :v : .: laiii'-s It K;. a.' Lt-tg'ar Rnpubluan, a protectionist and a be- AS mercury will surely destroy the .
t.?,,!'n-., 'LIt111'1! :.<, c', !I... a.Lit' lie ver in the gold standard of curren, !sense of smell and completely de- ---------- Deposit Bozei. for Rent in Connection
with whlnH va !&.*. T*-l-..* Ai.
*> A-lMtoni IOT tttA UM
the Hair
; > Mem when
5. : .u u\\ V" .1', ry llowelrr. he said the gpunl&U l'u'K'o j enter LODGE of RentAr
hug it through the i f .
.. muuoii sot noon
war brought
\i the
10'i tern :\ nm; 1 T '0 ridE( parting of tho wa's.III Such articles should never be n-etl
U1f14vl' .. "h i iV. I ; "", -for was opposed to that war and be- I
::. t. < .", i L', 1 l feted: that Cuban independence could ble except on proscription- repots KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASiVn 1
't ::.inResiijf physicians: : the damage they 1
r *D. ,' M, ',,-, ,..' hav I.'en brought about by diplomatic will do is ten fold to the {good Vllilran ROYAL STANDARD V\\VIIISKEYri

.U :. : I.1] n"'I'tll.thIllS. Then tame the "impe- posMbly derive from them.; IjoilgiNit.. S, K, of P.,

nali-i I" t- ndf Pearson: r :.> Aeptrd. pant a'i'l! with them he could not |, hyF. J. Cheney & ('"., Toledo, 0", 4 lug iu tun at "':3i mount at ('anti-- wail!! till a of 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per cm

\1.! ". I contains I munercury, tad, N taken rtulldiug. third door -
: HI: r I. I S' .. i. T.i..' ",1 agrt-- I .
the \,, i .t .' i en ..' .," ..1Ol : "\\ tllUut the Spanish war," he said, blood internally and,' :: directly upon of th thesystem. > T .;., VHitlnK! brethren. oordlaU'1tom..d. TillS WHISKKY:; :: i N distilled at tilt, NfNou 1 LV,

!t's.t!,." -. 'f :01'1'I! 'i .1. \.l-' '1. "('uha might have teen free, might I buying ]Hall'* Catarrh ,c. H. liORSLEK! M.CAMPKEI.L, before ., Distillery, and i N fully matured: III wood

It .a"I! ten .,1 l '' '" -,a.'itlun haxe enjoyed, iu\t>PII. a larger measure Cure; bo :Mire you get the genuine K. K. A H.i O.I celled in bottling It N i absolutely; pure and net ei-

"I! /I'i:. ,' .M'l I 1'.r' i -IV J'.iiMrt| of freedom and independence) than It iVtaken internally anti is made: i in Ill) matter quality where by produced.anyVhikVy The nf the carne age

who '". i it '',its: I'' I :?', .. ,/Ii.adl': she waa enjoying now or would enjoy Toledo, Ohio by .F. :J. Cheney; & Co.Testimonials ; Height: years old when bottled and Itnyall'lt8adard -'

Dast i .nI( dunot! : 'u---HU./ Thw; in the future. The only thing Cuba free its excellent quality H the considering
err' t had ,. Sold by Druggists, price.'.c the market cheapest' whiskey la
ij; ""r tiiNt been at that
x taught how As
tufeffiMf t' ; was a postal official price. a linverage, and a* 1
bottle.all's .
lain;" !"ii.1" : and j'.x hi.-aiinounc' could embezzle a half million' per h Family Pill; are the best WING HOP i I CO ij an absolutely pure stimulant, there I N none better.
"il t ': v a 1 In.if a.: d t. the math dollars." Shipped cases containing nil mark whatever to

aA.' .nl! :. .'!'lii-o' : ',,; n ili'niumN I'jny-llalpmm KrllrtrK Kiitit ..AwayauJ indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining
it I the
make*a rlrrtty t:\r.c"II.h: nod!curds: whiskey i Is not satisfied with the quality he
'- -- A NIGHT ALARM. I Importers! and Iiealers In- can return the !name at our 'xpenand 1
Great f :oods In (\\alrrinrlitni. will be money
Cape refunded.All .
Colony. I
\Vore than alarm of fire at
i r : l--'t' an A prtKliict of the heretofore]>r, orders
1S-1'npr.t 1 Chinese and Japanese should be
p' !. '. i II" u red in tin- south dfiit nl?ht is the brassy croup which"ounds ductlve deserts of Utah is a kind of,r 0 f". Z1G5TYrARSOLe ; currency, postnfiice mnneyorder accompanied, either i
,', like the children's deathkllfoll watermelon which h picked In t October. I I 1 e ;:
a .
i: ; "a i 1 >it Capf Ci'lunx' r..Milt, ) Fancy Goods, 0 money order. We refer tto First National
"',t 'r k.; .1 di ittriiction of hoiivs, and it means death unless The melon ripens after it npicked. Hank or any merchant in 1'ensact! la. ,

',- j. something is done quickly. Foley'sHoney FINE CHINA TEAS ""
K ulrnad
pnipiitx! { ; Twtnliave 1 .
: ", bi'cii .hll\\h'd. and Tar never falls to gIvein.tallt Dallai' Ilnllnrtlon. 31 South Palafox St. : ; S. A FRIEDMAN E
-- relief and the .. i
--- quickly cures I
There are wore saddles and harnessmade Laundry: OHlce. Pensacola, FL a, -
: i .'in wa: !'o hall that worst forms of croup. Mrs. P. I.. In Dallas, Tex., than in any othtTcity SOLE I'KOI'KIETOK,
J- i i of :rMvamuli, could Urdierof Manningtnn, Ky., writes: in the worlA \!. -- 1'EtioA'dLA,1''LA. 1
i' :.I.': W I.'> from pain in hi- -houlj t j, "My three year old girl had a severe ,
1-r I UNf of the doctor aid she F. M. WILLIAMS IsI: r. o. BOX IIH. TK.i.F.riio.sK: ,
hiI.I. !;-. 1'.1'.1'I case croup ; l.uoUjrinre.. tf : no
I'' could live. I bottle of -R i
AI'uke J Hoot and I'nta- not Rot a -- n -- s
Orsa, Sweden, has iu the course of n '-
e' ." w-r ...rtt'd tu, !: Foley's Honey and Tar the first CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER -+ l..AN.aJsnt'ua- f
an.l I I Irvin is t p'nerll.tiun'I'UIJ $.,tt' I.'MM'( worth of a'I handle class of I
every : Liquor ld
'i, i.v. i doe gave quick relief and saved her bulk "<> lo i j
trees and by moans of judicious replanting or bottle wholesale or retail
at prices that
life. RefuseubttitutPS. W. A.
;' .. : Estimates Promptly Furnished are down. .
t f. way
line nii-enblp.. enftp.ia IVAlemberte rj. I'alafuz.TynyItahwmStopnllnTlrkting:. has provided for a similar income i

t ". l Uv.l;" and In.h;. es- every thirty or forty '('urs. Inconsequence Buildings of All Kinds. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
t ttlUPawith dizzities... :, of this commercial wealth r.
II tl' take I'. I'. 1'. at tudawrlywlA.mtluwtnuwaludw! 'hrunt. there are no taxes. Iluilxxa8, telephones .
etc. free.
are & Coe
I I' '' i '!iuiu) will cure you i
1 ;
in Its foot ip- -

'"I! 1't\1 i-on, booty cover-1 I, Friends of the -Island---to Push Measurefor Constipation Favorite! Nearly means:Everywhere.dulness depression. MODERATE PRICES. Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

I T "" ll1'' too l buttlr., i.f I'. i;i Relief. headache generally disordered ,
{t't' .I' \-II. P'klt..'ot and I Washington Feb. IS.-With the health. OeWitt's I.ii Pre Call ail Hare Your TeetuEiaiiieil i 1 B ,

t. ,!r "I '!'i"di-Me, in.ikij ; passage of the war revenue reduction Early Risers stimulate the tic I No. i South Palafoz .
the bowels and relieve this and get an estimate of the I cost Street
., ::\1: :aa ten-year- bill in the house informal plans arebeing open of work All Kinds Oi: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials
condition Safe and thnrnuzh I your Kept on Hand
I considered on both sides of the TBLEPHONH *35
They never .rripp. Favorite pilN.Hargis' DR. BOULTER PIiU'fMUlOW\/ VIA.
chamber for the consideration of the John Shefllard.tiidnev ,
/ Pharmacy,
r {;oeHoney and Tar Cuban reciprocity question: now pending Kahn. 17-i S. l'alaftOpt"rect Convrnt. _- !I.R

I Ao opiates. before the ways and means com THE GARDEN .
mlttee. There is a pretty general understandmg a1L9TORIlIL. I CHOICEST'f
f D.ON T TOBACCO anJ! SMOKENourLifeawajl among the Republican B an the" /?lie! Kind You Ha.e, Lefts BoujttBlgnrtue I oOFoPensacola I

members of the committee that they: / /rt#+# i OF

,f :ai.i "f luKirro will center on the subject later in or UiaS/ZT&& AiMlDWlFRltY. '
-. ",'s.: ntaener-: full I i.( the week ''f Florida. ;
t't n ," jUK Mllly Rlio The Democratic members of the takes this method I Ii
'" over The undersigned Near East Hill
5OOOOO. ways and means (committee met immediate Electric Railway
t. in' K Ir3nt ..1. IUK k. of :offering her services as a -\T- Terminus
k. \< Irev sllKI.IMiiu : :" !} after the passage of the war midwife havIng i
cls; licensed
, fir ;s
acw 1'utk.. 4J7 revenue repeal act to consider plans I l had So years experience. : ,
APOSTLE'S Beautiful
.1 for dealing/; with the Cuban reciprocityquestion Can give best of references from C. Lots for Sale. ;
1.1 when it No of this city. !
iI comes up.'l leading physicians I ;
I.W nlte line of action was determined MRS. M. OIUDKSS: 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 I
14 East Goiennnent St. each
upon. jltf 114 :South DeVilliersKt.Everybody ; according
, I.WHARP'ER to location and surroundings. '
II I Formerly Cordova Re..tlurallt8t8nd: -
: .
You will have pride in you own has a ntrtit to a little One car-load of Pineapples at J1.76 ': Exceptionally Good Neighborhood r
of this earth. But they must Beautiful View
.:: flower gardens if they are on your' piece to J2AH! ) per dozen I
: watch their High
I own goround. Your husband can buy fight for it. They must I Dry Fertile Lands. "r
, WHISKEY u n home and he can do it now, although chance to get it, and get it. i Fur-i 'J .
he may think otherwise. Thos. C. Watson& Co. le'1T Stock of House The grandest for l
opportunity '
'Ir investment 1 :
t .1'',very woman wants a home ofown Bargith l' znshmgs and cffered ever ;
and if she will have a talk in Pensacola. ,
me : Decorations in great variety : 1
Thus. C. Watson & Co., the you to come and investigate sa : ,
leading Heal Estate Agents, they You will never regret having done : and at lowest prices at Home Seekers Should See These Lots. ;! .

can show her how easy it is to get 80. I Marston 4' Quina's- I Ice *r /

c one. ---- A. f
---- --- -- ThU signature on VEry box of the-'nuine .V.Clubbs HH :
[ '
Educate Soot BoweU With Cittcaretf.CanOj Laxative Brornr-QuinineT.biet. ; ; i'

,I : l ty! Dannhe ser Bros. l Oc.SSc. If Cathartic C.C C,ftJ1.,:cure tlru\glb"rdIW41110DU.constipation foreter. % see "lU8dl that eon S cwlJ to o.e .sa/. Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets l I :



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E $ It

;Ii f !4. ,, I TMi Will lnUmt Mss.i MAFIA AT CHARuOtT

i i. To quickly Introduce B. B. B.I PATIENTS' NARROW ,
Secret Scciety Among the Negroes
f (BoUnlp Blood Balm), the famous
I THE,:::t.IIR1.L Has Been Urearthed.Charlotte :: .
\ r Southern blood care into new it: X. C.. Feb. IS.-RecordT9iannonhouse AZijD

i.\ : I I bofflM 10,000 ,.ttrUl we will treatments.Mad absolutely Botanic free i i ESCAPE FROM FIRE 1747 Bhcds A.tnuey.ASHI'.Ot01 II5.nd has just unearthni aeacret ;

I quickly cures I society among the negro u-

I'! .ld otoeii, icrofaia, eczema itching Sanitarium of Battlei finders of the city wh'jh would meal

I., 1 i kU and blood humors cancer eat. Kellogg the moat approved Italian Mafia.

'r IDI, tee fcrlng.orei, boils,carbuncles, I I i Creek Mich. Burned.MAIN I It is called, the "Market Association. ; :

C ptmplM or offensive eruptions, pains ." and the object ot its memberslas for Infants and Children.Cutoria

t la boaei .r )Joints rheumatism, caurrb. I. bear witness against -..... .--- .... .
been to never
Ijl or any blood or skin trouble. BUILDING IS DESTROYED 1' ,:> -htill1lt. fur << ,
I Bouale.Blood I t fellow associate. That the associa- i n ; I. .tor O'J, p -, .
(B. B. B. healsT
) i I "I'ic'. I> ; i'iul >i >t1unr :-0.\ It I'll .
has been effective has been proven ;; up'] rup i% a atit. is I'
r Con
makes the
ry tore or pimple. 18 1901 I ,
1 Feb. -( lIt;: II'; Jll' tIC'l' Oi'i'1"1' MorjiliisH* imr It blood pare and rich and stops! allJ" One Woman and a Girl Have Broken I by the failure o! officers to count ;Mih..tiiiif. It <\itnVomi. > ami .111.1.\ s I c'\I.rtI.." ".
MbM and pains. Botanic Blood : A. R. Bremer Co. offenders upon the testimony
I J; BalmB. B. Limbs By Jumping from Third Story I negro It -nn"> liirri! .tanl hind ('nl'M-. It irlirT.. !I. .
1 : ) thoroughly tested I of negro witnesses. ; iniT Truiihii-s: and 4-nri"* ('oii-iipatioii. It re.nblt.ttr.urlrI i .
I ,.I (orBOyurs iu hospital! and private W.ndow&-Loll on the Property Will Chicago. The existence of this secret socii-t} : : allli gp'Ih ill, IlI'a1t") auttl 1 lIalur..1 '., .
It practice, and has cured thousands of I L
$300,000. Gentlemen :-I have tame to light by charges being Tin- Clulilrt-Ji'- 1'.uircea-'I'lu' MotluT',. rrii-ml.!
, Amount to
I\\ Mae giten up a* hopeless. Sold at I
' ;, char stores, II per large bottle. For used Coke Dandruff i; Brought in the recorder's court at the .
I The Kind You Have B.
Mich. Feb. 14Thetreat !! Always
} d tree treatment write to Blood Balm Battle Creek. instance of an unwilling member who ::
; f; Co., Atlanta, Oa. Medicine sent at Kellogg sanitarium was entirely : Cure for the past 1 vas initiated ba ride across the
i the of
'1i: once, prepaid. Describe trouble andI' destroyed by fire early today. The I year and found it an grcastd lioor of the negro market Sj Ecars Signature
i 1. & free medical advive and the f i
given. main building Is entirely gone

I'I I 'i :, Blood Balm (B. B. B.) Driven life, hospital is now afire. excellent prepara- herTil-- numbers who were cont-t-rn-'d
1t vigor and strength. to the blood. The taken tion. L
hundred were
x' Four patients in tiiinitiatory program told: a stoiytfaf
1 i I finest Blood purifier made. Botanic z9n
out Baffely. But two accidents occur -d in the veriest i.-iail.! !It..- {
; '" Blood Balm (B. B. B.) gives a aie
r') : / ,; healthy Blood supply to the skin and red during the removal of the patientsOne 'ff-.r cuide, : Shannonhousp. howete r, wrt X

t :i P l I, entire system. woman and a girl names un ed tl" truth of the affair fn-m the nei -

( t ; known, became frightened and jumped fT i groes ('ow..rnp-d by thrf-ai'tiing l'; rji.rv Use For Over 30 Years.

I 115 OIOKQIA COTTON CROP. from third story windows. Both have Larl'"-. which he later had sw nu!, r '.. '00 .... >... "H' ...... .".. ."
t t of the fire is : ;ga.1iIISI
broken legs. The origin '
I''I lout \- a 11 suit 15; negroes are nil an
--- -- --
: ; o..alMjWle, Steven Etttmatet Same
I unknown.The At \V. A. D'Aleinberte's and Har- bl; tr"d
at 1400,000 Bale main building which has been .i.j fi"
fillt il 'I .1\Oulllo" Feb. 18.-The state departt destroyed was 132 by 11)') feet and six gist Pharmacy. Field Marshal Chamberlain Dies. W :. t E..d; )A td lj fd r'0.1 (} t'l
------ -- j
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its estl- :a
i J I seM agriculture sticks to stories high. | I London! Feb. IS.-Field Mar>hul SitNtjville

\i .... .f l.SW.OOO bales for the Georgia As lOan as the fire was discovered BETWEEN HEATS. llowles Chamberlain is dead WEC\PEt fTO'j''IY.\"lf'lI) \f.'t! ; i il."inis 1. 1':
J I teltaa eIOp 4ipite the atuertlon in watchmen ran through the corridors He was burn in lilU:

; ...,' Quarter' that It will reach 1.500- arousing the sleeping patients on each r.onne; Betsy _::241t. trotting, will; I ---- -- ----- I \vi.nTHAN: ; i vi i : ,1:1; 1 i < IK:

I Mea 1.I04.0M bales or thereabouts. of the six floors. appear as a pacer nest season.J. I Saved Him From Torture.

I It "M Mt A,(ust that CommllBlon.1 :Many of them were unable to help L. I>ruii. owner of Onward Silver, There f is no more a oiiizin/ trouble SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

; F W 0. B. 8t veai gave out an estimate I th.msMves and were rarri.d to places air: is a We!.t lint jmitluatc.A. than pile-'. The c"n-tant ichiu and

I'. tart the Georgia crop would not fo of safety t by th. nurses. The corn-! J. Welrh! will make an effort tohave burning; make life intuh.rabll'0 Thompson Olsen d Co.
: t'' poiitiou i is cnmf"rt'l hIe. The torture :
1\ : I e/oe l.S0tM bales. The Georgia reoI' I ,
dor filled with smok.'I'r) rapidlyand the grand circuit of HvJ: begin i is unceasing.! ; 1I.\\ itt'5 Witch
eela Uf to date are about 135,006 about half the inmates of the and end at Cincinnati.! !
I. i I Hazel Salve( I cure* pile* at once For Manrrm: Street, Telephone 1H.The .
I' Wee ahead .f the aae date lam building were forced to come down the Nancy II. 2.l7'. l+y Domineer broke kin di-eae-, cut, but n-, brui-e*.

0' 1 i y.f, but they bare already begun to fire excapea. The sanitarium stood on her lee recently at Cheban y, 111., in a I all kiud of "vr''un j* it i i- untqinlled.J.S. J

1 ,1 I Ml sit raptly ID comparison with a hill and the water pressure was low. full and was put i; di-nth. j (Jerall, St.! l'aulIk... MJ-- : '

I I : I' last 7 ar. Lest year'i total receipts therefore the water supply was insufflclfnt Cresceuwacts: weighs twenty-five ]! "From 1"1I ulTerei with the i pr >- Star 1
... ItruJin. bleeding pileand could i
1.1N.M LaimdryBiggest
t ;1 : pounds more than !I.< did i at the U-xiu- !' ,.
find nothing tn help me until 1 u- rlDeV'itt's
eye stead estimate of 1.
by our Both the main building and the hospital niLi of his strenuous campaign.I'alister. Witch Hazelvilve.. A few
j 101,110 b&.I... Colonel Stevens said
y are now in ruins. It is almost 2:10"i: by Heputation. has bottles coinpl..tely cured me." lie
'I( .....,. -nen nay be 75,000 bales miraculous that none of the inmates'' been added to the li't awl will be cimpttipii' ware of C'liiMUifi-it-. JlarI-; '
I au.., Uagk I hardly think so. But Itt. lost their llvea. The JOBS will oe about i John 'ard. Mdi Busiest Best !
i4 ''! this year by .\. I'. Mel>ontld.A Pharmacy. Slip; :' :v ,

It. t. ..1 tot fs Uyoed that amount at the ,. 1300.000, according to the latest talimit ,, ccrtiticntc of i stock tit the K.n.tUf'ky Kahn.i .. .
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)1...... I Dave watched the crop H. !, .
i Trotting: Horse I P.rwilers' ages)
elsaeil aa( from my observations and -- i elation was sold recently at forced sale i :"v Ai ; ?+ ;flt fP
I sf Don't Kick
U* Krt r*c lpU. 1 am satisfied this FIRE AT LOUISVILLE. {l ,'
l' 1 for $"50, which was considered i a goodprice. I I"J: : 'I..' "
i; .1 VtU prove close to correct. Every ,......(. r: I /' '# I.
: D1sr baa been favorable to the gtth- i' if tliiDjdon't run tll -nit .1' i
, left and Iron Plant Burn- \)7rl' Sr
Company's The owner of the pacer A lub"i {
l f' +! ,r1N of the crop ao4 it came on bettor ed-Lltl. $100,000. : .. fi t, ttir s1 may i-reute a Ji-tuili .11... -. i L .
Boy claims that his horse won Sl'.t.iVi1in :\ 4 I' I
than was ipctd. While the re- ( fiat If yi-ur >lurt lix-k! lik! > i r 1
Louisville.. Ky.. Feb. IS.-Flre. which !
i j : i llHil, making him the large v in : 't1 -
, 1 flU now are considerably ahead of I broke out at 7: 15 o'clock this mornIng tier of the t-enson in \i\wi'\ of the trotter is CORNRer -/_ Z. x III' S grater, and ad It"!, r. wz.t I

I' waa4 they were last year, they are partially destroyed the plant of Kloata: who won JUl.t;(xj.Itorre ? :_%' tj ; criiii: III the -.lurch, .f y.-m < 0.11.lIan. ( .
... b fltaaln to run behind what c;& t .
the lAiulsTllle! Bolt and Iron companyat ( Castle of Chicago won with 1tr i it 'c c ii fringe on \ "11I. ..r l to'I"

t tky were last year at the rate of Second and L strews in this city his cl?lit hi. , last year 2:: rneut: 1 to n r, & ; J C t _... /hole |Iti; .nulIl to fllll Vmir I Ihr fir

.j i ; alellt 18,000 bales a week. a loss of $IOo,04d.The '_", _..;
causing of IIS starts: was second J tiines. / t It : : <'UK-h, tiiiini I.> tie' .I I

.t LIT HIS PMIEND'S THROAT. flames started in the headingroom third 1::: times, fourth b nines and un- I I ._ o-es a"D:! C, .m"cY:,.E...'udteruun7y4 tlhnl aDd Barn S. ;: fit r Ji --.._. briiit,' tin m to thi" laiiiitlix at..l..
of the mills. A pipe 7 His .111.c.ouil _.1
carrying placed only 's. total -S
M'I I I .A..tLIA., +rtta a P1 : .,; I ) f.u-e will light; with J"'A |I..i.I \
crude oil to the furnaces exploded and wcre13,19'.sl.: tjj aver 1. 1x '. ,xx .. t
F'R Duel and a Aaior Cause Tragedy In I I f.i/;:\( LI(>PMA ailO!. --.' 't; -' V i. h:1'l'lIttair..d'nur: de'u.i' :
the oil coming into contact with the J
Alabama. A Delightful Cold Cream. ZJ' 1a 1! \ -:..... -.o look like :i''eutleUiau.
molten metal at once began to blaziflercnly. I ; z ._, -
Mralaibant. Ala., Feb 18 -A terri I. / $1'tI,," -% -*
Put a teacupful of sweet cream,
We ctttUnc affray took place in Buttletowo. r/Sw5&&\., "J -' /
1 j By the time the arrived the the thicker the Letter into line-1 ;
I engines a
a suburb of Hlocton. in Bibb /--V'fAV\VA\\1 ALL WORK t;. (). D.
I II fire had gained such !: / ;.I w \ }
r Muat7. As a consequence Tom LyI4 headway that it saucepan and Lent to boiling point. .
I? { .... .. could not lie checked and the entire three I :' 114.CALiiED "
I air > / -< 11- I" .n..aII Let cool. Dn this times and --- ---- 'rX Ll'lPHOK E:: 57 F G ,nDI'1\ sj''AOODH )
1 1-
pun luveriiiR c. aim nan acre* '
MadltloA with big throat cut. His after Looting thft third MIJin FOi-NL' "
J l ,I' Ufa la despaired of. was soon burned, the firemen being while hot the strained juice of one \ i ;: Every Woman .< DEI/VKKfT FllF..glwAL1E1i : =

) The cutting 1* said to have been aandkappud by frozen water plugs iemon, two tablespoonfuls of strained j I V : nt. : !'r..TGHA TAytt. '1ranaer
# 14 lone by John MiSpudilen.: who is but and an insufficient supply of water. cucumber juice half table- i i. \ ; .it : C ,1
a ;
\UR\fl ;
The ;
plant the Whirling
of Sprdi
was one largestof

1 t' |a<
j ten In the vicinity of the rouuty dis organised several years ago in I '., .-v:'" I"_",,.1". ,:., ,. f- ,
Andwraon. Ind.. by Louisville capitalists Add a few drops of any scent you I .., t ,
/ Dairy and McSpaJdt-n way drink A N < rIT dnrti.l; fur iI.I
l .' t.,. under the name of the Anderson like to perfume it and store in jots I I, ir nut st.1.1 \ the, "', \ \i M \\11.\: < II. KFKAM. !I-Itl.K-- IN
I :tit 111 11.. nor.; ill I" I
Bait and Iron company. Later it was for use. .. The latter had and -
without ..
a razor |I'.ifiH. k vllfd It"p.. +
removed to this city and its name ;'.1'' ,' .' ". ,,, (, 'f LUMBER LATHS
t T' warning U said to have grabbed I.y DeWlndt Expedition. \.'''I..M.'' ? 1 1 11-, 1 I. ._:>t''I\II.t':; l'I. I \. ,
The ''
; oas by the head and pulling it back changed. company was capital- Yakutsk, Kaht Siberia Monday. Per17. -
if .
., I
ILe P ii i :c I mil lili!.; dew 1 IHK
iced $ 1 slit hit throat. at 15i,0 ) The loss is coveredby .-The DeWindt expedition: bound I I ,
.cl Luj SAVED CYPBES5gfiIKGLlS--KliM? ( {
Insurance amounting to $48 COn' and on overland trip from Paris to N.'\\ I ; ;lf_ rK8j\ ;

*>* Griffin Dead. the plant will be rebuilt at once York and which started from the PENSACIa1CONSERVATORY; :() ... ---- I'KXSAfOLA. FlA.ESTABLISHED .
Montgomery. Ala Feb. 1K.--POUf!
French capital December 1U: last, ha-;
J 1 .J '. man L. C. Origin. who was shot by Old Couple Found Freezing. arrived here from Irkutsk. Sibeua I

Polk Captain W. H. Taylor on Frl Fremont, 0., Feb. 18.-Mr. and Mrs.!' which place DeWindt and I his cum G [ ijf MUSIC 1S63.McKENZIB .

4ar ...ta,. died last night. The charge John Glosser, an old couple, were panions left Jan. la.Foley's : .. ,
1 ii Mataat Captain Taylor U chained to found In their home today in a most
lIolIl'yand cures & CO.
urdr.. H<> pleads self dt-r..nlA. Grif pitiable condition. They had been ,
coutth sawed by attack of I.i grippe
a\a left an ante mortem statement. overcome by gas several days ago. After
mi and heals; the lung's.y.. A. D'Alem! o --- h IiEAI.UKS IH --- .
i t witch ta said to differ materially from being prostrated their fires went berte, 121 Palafox. Piano Voice Culture'fiilin, 1'ipt- -e

1 Captata Taylor's vernlon of the affair! out and they hav been lying: cold and --r: ; ; Or :.niCornet, MaiuloliuGuitar, Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
though tile latter Is euppertwl by an helpless! since last Saturday. They Iron IIAn.y./ Cello, etc.
'> Pr hbs'Spir.-iifin Pihsnuin-ail' "
lduevic yn.
II- .,..ItD'.. were to badly frcwta that the arms pie free Add MiTliun Cu .t'Uiia,.ior N \'. Al-o Director IVti : I and legs of both must be amputated. I
j Valuabl. Coal Land Sold. Neither Is expected to recover. Thos. C. Watson & Co., Maud and Kit! Orche?trl.: - AGENO'Y" -

i' ralagham.. Ala., Feb. It.- -T HAldrlcb. the leading Heal K-tate Agents, take T.EVERE COPPER CO'fI'AJOBX A. ROKHMNU MNK ('c '
,,1 i the well known mine operator Big Mining Deal Closed. Brass act Siring Musi Punished GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUrfSKL KO.VB ITXIl'
all the worry off the shoulders of the I
t 1. t ad ea,Kall.t. bas dlnpo! fd of 3.0"0 tc ).ker City, Or., Feb. lg.--The owners nf property, manure the i ill! Occasi r.s. Cnus Gcrtiss ?iii.! 8is! Ssulical 1 InstratngJis, Siirts hcljr, ChInCOt'

..... acre s of coal lands owned byW greatest mining deal in the history of renting of their houses; and time collection I' ll.til.Studio .\ :;rES. I.O". i.H
i .bolow Rass mer on the verK olBlao astern Oregon has been closed hereby of their rents as cou-cien- AddnKcai.ibia: ': I

1 1M Creek field for JluO.o'H. The which the Red Boy and Concord! tiously as they would themselves. II : l'l; l IlIr- ..f Kr-t, P.i:: |>titL'liurcli. C. McKeiui. 0-rf.:, e ,!11!I\ :1'1'! A.-. f.r IU: Pil.--' Ii. n.-v.t| ,, ,\- I
ciatinii.Th're's. .
aaaa of the purchaser Is not given. mines, of the Granite district, wereconsolidated. Their charges are very re ;ouable. :!
_. ,
i The land la qucstino Is among the The consolidation wasperfected -

art valuable In the mineral bait. :Mr. by the Incorporation of the 1 r aert r. sIJ' "''t CURE YOURSELF !
k Aldrich declines to glra additional InArsnsds Red Boy Consolidated Gold Mines
,twardrdnt Parts ,
I Mraaloo.R company under the laws of West Vir Hard Senseo tot '.
,. ,
'} flota. The capital stock is $3,000,000.Tweed's :: 1t, T I',i i -. .t.i n e uii.i
Qoss to Tower.
w kI / ='cG t I r i r i- AU4
4 AUaata. Feb. IS.T J. Granade was Son Drops Dead. 'IACNAIn a I it't! Abld hr braaal.fa,

_.Uto4 to the Tower yesterday Bumford Conn. It takes keen common sense !;t,... -, "1"M .
Feb. 18. -
taolLog by Justice Orr without ball -William added to superior judgment and t,.'" 1 rr o ;LIp .; ,. tvri'v"i;
M. Tweed S3 i 1 '' I I .
aged son of the late ''' d plat rV
I tho of '+ '>< J. ,.5.1.' vu it
ea charge killing Jesse experience to be superintendent of "
Tammany chieftain of that name, "- ;, .x.- t.. .t" J"/i- ,
.. It of the WINE CORCIIALHI Cpo -. j s E
U room Atlanta Den "' ; V h6L13M
railroad. Such recommends t
a a man never i
dropped at his home i
r M said e on Mend..,.. Feb. 10. An oft I of heart disease. :\1 r. Tweed hertoday was formerly anything that he has not ....... ,;5 .r. <$" f, r E.HHYRSYAL PILLS! !
t Ml VM vale by Oracade's attorneys .;.... 1<=".";xrA i, .,,, .
proprietor of a hotel in New himself subjected to crucial test. r.t; P .
to fot boll for the prisoner by a pre ,. II' ill -II !:'? 1".1 II
York, but several .. ,
railroad _
superintend. .
years ago retired prominent .. .' : It" 01, ,
....."t Ulal.Whn \) Vi "" ZZ cur hr unl
r a I from business and, came to Stamford ent, living at Savannah, Ga., in t\ 'r; :r ;:' PARIS Z\.:. .,.. ';'I.1.. ,II........ ... ..h.... "..".. .,,r.. II'r ...
you arkIl'r 1. di not relish to Jive. His wife and daughter sur which city he was born, says he /e./ ... 1 t"; e r' E:. Four6r S / o. nr .
i food, feel dull and stupid ; ; .r} ::: ',' .1- '
: ::
your riv him. trm. LI 1. :
.. ..
did and .,- / ... ,.. .. ..
'' after ofttlni, all you need i- a do-ieof I feels better than he ever /// ; 5 I .1. .. .
Chamborlala'i Htomach A Liver I I he had the worst case of dyspepsiaon ; St1 I ... 1,1.11." .4k.,." .

Tablet They will make you feel I French Politicians Fight Duel. record. lie had no appetite, and '" / Ii I.J J ,{
Paris Feb. lh.! -:M. / !. lotof money be n .HI
Ilko and giva an Cavaignac (Had '
a new man appetite {I
you ; J.
with him
little he
the ate
I disagreed
real e..tatfI"t. ,
in of it. A PMI I iF1k
like a bjar. For sale by all Ira I Republican), the former war minIster ll".t'P I <- 1 1
causing him to vomit often. lie -, .. #a tat, =in( i- uuillaiulth. n Ii ii:rer-Iud r'I
and medicine I and M.
I ; c1rarglllt. formerly secretary .
of Senator had pains in the head, breast and ;;?{4 ; tit Thos. WatKon & IViy(" ,-t .t, I
:% %a. I I Flouquent, the for ,/ >. Co.. the leading! Il"ui| K-t.if: I ti, t.i., ;
........ You Man heals &!1ugNuv !, mer president of the council of min stomach, but after using three bot It1. W n .. tiav.cine nlTer!< winch it v. 0'rfbr to., Ilii-aiu d'l ; .. a,

Iu ... ct:;JJIl ; liters fought a duel this morning in tIes of P. P. P. he felt like a new 'If. .V 7-1.Ji :t '". "'firth"our while t""Il-ld.| i ( ;- <; a-d !, ,, ,
feels that he "f t; i1 and v .n '
dI I ooBsequenco of an insulting letter man. He says that he < ; sI -s'-ethenj t-i-d.iy and ii>i i. t w ut in4Sh..irjtl J 1

:--- I written by :M. Renoult. Two shots could live forever if he could always' 'r ; till tii-inr.rruw. r... its' .

: ,I I NOTICE I I were exchanged without any result-:- get P. P. P. His name will be given ) --1' :: emit e n v at l n.+, r ,!

1'1 f : I have been for authorized Win. Jennings to take on application to Lippman Brothers, the --... t: i W. C. MONROE,

i \ abierlptioni Bryan's paper "The Commoner." ,I Count Tofstol Improving.Yalta. proprietors of this great remedy. ti>=GOLAY=@

I The price i. $1.00 per year in ad- 1 I Crimea Feb. 18.-The absorption Dyspepsia in all its forma is promftly iji I 17'0 I/ rr'.1 'I'.1 J
I vanc. Those desiring the paper of the pneumonia continues! and permanently cured ;y P. P. P. General Grist and Corn Meal Mil's,

: can have it sent to them by sending slowly in the casoof Count Tolstoi. Debility and lack of energy give place to vita and ambition throughthe U: nsiuu: Inl.III\: I

I 11.00 to the undersigned. i whose pulse and general conditions use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and hereditary M. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prs? I.
H.M. RtK-HE. I If
j f Care Daily l News j Ire nilfa'orable.. ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and banishedby f.onfIlPII..r.
I --
1 I P. P. P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria. P. P. P. is a purely vegetable Pitt Mill Co.I I .' fOlct; HIin- l'l' ttUHnnn,
.' Kidney complaint kills more peo-
'j !, compound which has steadily grown in favor for years. STOCK H-KI: :
who owns his own nome ,
I' man | pie than any other di;ea e. This is .
Z Usaret himself against lots of due to the disease SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. BEST andBIGGEST fatrontze Home Indu{tr). for t' il
being insidious
so .
I' avery rndBon you should l>uyy>i.: V- : tHtoik *
trouble and worry. Nobody can that it gets a good hold on the system LIPPMAN BROTHERS, PROF LIPPa1ABLOCK.. Savannah, Ga. B Fd from the Hf.mtM 'ifs(
robe bit rent and the rent day has before it is recognized. FoleyV rick i iI for by B<> doing you eiK-nurmr tnntrr. .
1 our U l..fl.1I the J
money fIJ
I BO terrors for him. It's easy to ownS Kidney Cure will prevent the development HARD and you In into are iodirccfy: I. .
: bows now-a-days. Thoi. C. of fatal disease if taken Thla signature is on every box: of the genuine In roit.riDj the borne munuUct J'< -
: ( ...... & O can tell you bow in time. W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 l H. P1I Laxative BromaQuinineTbkurI' coDtrlbut totb citukHcr Ubor. > ..
w, ffli'-: Gar and see them. Palafox. l (9r.; I Lowest Price. I It tbllcornmllnltylO'A'blCb II" tat
/ 1/the! remedy that eases a eolil In one cia,. which coQtrlbutot tQ roar mpport



rA fir, "3MI. .

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Zl X* 33 3R. I
oL* T If buy them from
vr jj i Arthur Forrest: bas reatgned.! from the you I

c.-r 38 IIor.EAST and ROMANA$cialtR RfCnithing/. STREET.Furniture a 1.I LoroEOrcGlt and colder JOT tonight Fentacota; irridayair and vicinity.Clmrtng and. I t MISS!! ELLIOTT Daniel writing It Is l Frohrban a said'play that for stock Annie Stephen company.Russell.rbllllps: Is ,1 i I THE( 8 BOSTON I 1 &&HOE( STORE( t: TALE II OVER[ i ii ] ,

|probably rMtr; brut to AijH northvrst [trtnd I Sada Yacco. the Japanese Ellen Terry ,

Maximum temperature yesterday 54 dtgrttt; is playing with success In Berlin. ....they are good !.....J:

K. WHITE, : nxiimum in ,!att S4 kauri 4$. I Ij N. C. Goodwin and Miss Maxine Among bill plans Henry Irving contemplates i .. _, .. ". .. y. .. .. .. j'

'j The schooner Cleopatra is in from :, Elliott in that most delightful a revival of Tennyson's

-aldllll.l\.rr.\ Manufacturing Jeweler St. Andrews with a cargo of oysters. play of Henry V. Esmond's "When i "Berket. themselves has brought many of the :

glll| i.raJoate Optician, The banks of the city will be jl We Were Twenty-One"-with all llr. diaries Hawtrey bas signed anew AMONG 1

J ...,kii. .M M l I'mircli.U closed .Saturday: Washington'sbirthday. the grand scenic environments and which contract extends over with three Charles!years.Frobnian V"=.", best dressed people to the conclusion that ,

..-- magnificent decorations that aided Miss Nam-fte Comstock has been engaged If Shoes that fit thoroughly fashionable
i The Ladies' Aid Society of the these artists in making their pro- are
,,:,\ YORK SUBWAY. Pre=byteriau church will meet with duction the to play, with Miss Henrietta i .
.. :Mrs Charles Perry 434 East % trra- most enthusiasticallytalked Cro.sman In "Joan o' the Shoals." and full of wear, and that can be bought rat
of both in London
,.. llre.a"" u Far Are DU p1 : gossa street, att o'clock tomorrow and this Joe Murpiiy: has played haunHhue"
I. Ibr raeotta4. afternoon. country will be seen in this
altl.s city to
"" as many times as James a reasonable price there are none
Friday night. .Mr.
+ Goodwin and
most Interesting; O'Neill
Rithbone has impersonated :Monte-CLns-
Lodge No. 30. K. of P. :Miss Elliott will
whu have tx'en look- will meet in session I have in their com- i to. the
regular tonight pany nearly all the ladies and gentlemen to compare with those at
.1..I1lI1t JlwovrrymIn I when three candidates will be ini- : who created the various UolKTt llilliard. who recently returned

.. i ttuwl excavations In ,I dated into the third rank. The I i roles, therefore a most finished performance II from England! where lie played j,,
.. .- has lxn senatorial team will be and.
1 Mti ramlf.I present is
promised. with Mr. Brerbohni\ Tree, has retired
'1.1! none have: [ conduct the work.
I from tin- stage. Shoe StoreN.
t .1 M form a pillar 3') Country members; of the county' ,,,. Word conies from Washington! that Boston
than eight mill committee I .S
i l' 'r! began to arrive : Sul Smith Russell will never again ai>-
< i\ the workmen have today and it is expected that ,
1 I>enr upon the Mage. He has: been
the entire committee of 20 will be .
: < "/> far as .h..1dII1J l .
"' ? present at the meeting to be held to I stricken with locomotur ataxia G. FORCHEIMER Prop.-fa
, .... ..nll u inhabitants of.roll. I $- .
, night. Great interest is
.. being man- I
i ifested.A! I - -- -
.HOI ruble yards of I
... ,.:.:r bards of nxkj. neatly printed directory of the I NAVAL STOKES MAKKKI.teportrd I

.j., lout n<> f....*ll ,.lnn I I PaUfox Street Methodist church has: |I Most orchards: need manuring. Most [ Daily for The New by I
ben issued from the presses; of H. I S.White aNAT. of all they need nl ul'rallllnnurl's.
tbe risk fiirni.i-
ii I l'ninn'al Stores Go. I
.. the job printer. The bookcontans An excess of water around the roots
f n-.ii tnt 'rrt-t in th..T 0811.'
'. Eugui..r .VSfrol much interesting matter, during the winter often causes them to WW.. !:ts5 H .t152'r?
!suet as a history of the
church roster ,
WG.- ; <*> O 1 47'sS
'...-. || ""t.liui:: the of members etc., making it a rut. _. .... .I i5 K ... 1 *> ,J + n
of tinilini ,...nll" valuable guide. I Give trees plenty of room if 'ouwoull M.. .. 2 :75; E . 1 iIi nrq ? ? \ "hx
q(1' have them and vigorous K. .. .. 2 :.15 U .... ... 1 30
... f thrifty
w-jrlU w.euc"
OJ 175 A below tat
There are at present: but 25 pri*olI 1 t;
and bear law. well matured fruit.
I ers at the county jail the mallpt BriBiTB TuarzTins-19' cents.
rki> in Manhattan number that have been there for As a rule in pruning the crape thereis

\i\ ,ll.-rr..ll pipnWit many a day. Previous to the secret more danger of leading too much KXKCI'TIVK: COMMITTKK.; ,

I ll'tl"' iMitierutiuiis of the county commision wood than of cutting out too much. A meeting of the democratic excu- ,

i .r' ... i.ittr'tiii. -r* in regard to the criminal In pruning, it should( remembered live committee of cambia county
.. co-t allairs there were from two the will be held in the office of Hon. T. r
!. 1. !! fi.un.lMI that the healthy and perfect healing
three time this number in confine ('. UOObWIX. U. McCullagh, county judge at 7:30: ::
<>f Indian 1: of wounds Is of more importance than
ment. Things are about at a stand- p. tn Thur-day 20th day of February ;: t': Svc. .J I -: .,1ml. t'! -if till in county criminal allairs just heart The comedy play itself, is a charming little i! rapid, healing. I IMP ftT the purpose of considering ) "
and tender
love-idvll 1
well should have
!: UHt. lJ now. Any fruit to keep a recommendation of some one
both rolled into Toe Tnacker-
1o.l *UV nriVe of rather a thick skin and a strong skin to fill the vacancy in the (,!lice of supervisor
The gentlemen having: in charge'the ayan title of which i is derived from
.... l With skin \be thick and of registration.C. !
\ < J\II..I. plint of the Pen-acola Paper a quartette of old chums who have as well fur the may For YourPersonal

'.t :,..1 .0 .*>. :mud It till: Mill evidently contemplate doing a preserved in happy style their yet not strung.Gooseberry: B. PARKHILL,
D.1t'RI'RY., Chairman.:
: .-;. .0 :.Vitural: I HitV great buiuess; in the near future. friendship; of schooldays"long: ago. i bushes do best when well Comfort
', | There were four carloads of supplies Another boyhood companion of 1 trimmed. It is a fruit that does \best in

.,. a! r.;. b 1L.- a >,::11'| taken down to the plant site yesterday theirs had died leaving! an orphan I a partial shade, and If the mildew does Justice Court Second Ju-nce Dlitrlct, no other heating appliance can

'. at once and unloading com undertaken to bring up trm young- .. Radiator it be used in
I i'"> UU'I l will p> to | looked for.BRAKES. r Attachment as can any
menced. Several additional earloadare ter. This wild boy is !stvled "The W. A.Campbell. \
'. :i-if Itfll" M Til1I where heat is required.For .
expected within the next Imp. Richard Carewe Mr. Good It appearing to the court IbM the defendant room
I ,- I I. li 1(111".n'! ftwhy,;. win ( has adopted him into his bachelor AND COUPLINGS. In the above entitled cause, as taking the chill oil your bedroom
shown by atlulavll ot attachment and rei -
I.-KI-,'If ailJ mt.-a. household.
The rush for reserved the twelve largest English railways i! turn on summons ad. rt' a nonresidentI dressing-room or bath-room,
I llf :-ft"tie: lit the eats for I the !State of Klondn.ko thai be cannot be
"When I \Vas Twenty-One" to be show decreases in net earnings for the readied by the ordinary process of this it is an absolute necessity, and for
;*!i' .1 W) It W \ !
jire-f-uted tomorrow night by Nat second half of iwl amounting to Jl- court.the :jrfendant. W. A. C..mpllt'll.! U heating large room it can be done
i. Ili'Mi sr notified that bets be and.
t 1.1 hereby required to
Goodwin and Miss Maxine Elliott S i,3; q. appear hetorethte court In the district and quicker and without the dirt and
I; great. Every reserved seat in the aforesaid the and day of March
county on
t An oil tank holding 1.2CO.OOO gallons
\\ i- .'" !...-<1 at fln-t parquet has been !soid." There A. ). r!.d.topteadanssserordetour! in the ashes that any other apparatus
are has been built in San Francisco for I above rnntiedcause.or In default<< th..r"ofI
-> 'I*! > II!:""'HUT -till few good seats in the dress brings.
be entered bim.
storing oil fuel for the use of the streetrailway judgment agaiobl
gi" -'_ TV flii'Ntl circle. juite a party of society people 'I I It is further ordered that a copy of this
will eats in the I companies.The notice h.. publiahed in a newspaper in the
i j uf the 'r\ occupy upper I
Pen acola Gas Co.
of IVnbufola
seek for four
city once con-
.. II" -I., .' .1f a I.a rillry circle among them Judge Transtiberlan railway! gives the tecutlveweeko.Jjated .
film-t.r t Charle* I Wayne and family. cheapest rates in the world. It Is possible this r.U day of January A. I). 1'n)*.. ,

\-l-, to buy an emigrant's! ticket, roverI [14"81JA KB K. L.-\:>illlltJM. No. 3 S. Palafox) St., Pensacola. fit.
". 1 ,rut .II II MX 1 culoads: of creosoted pilings Justice ot the Peace<< second lustnct, K-:
I" II,. ; 1.1' were htuled! down to the navy yard i I lag G.UOO miles nearly three week cambia oumy Kla. .
I for Plalntln.Janlua"
C. M. U'usTONattorney
; 11.. 1 s" ..(. tl-uu'naingover! : the dummy line. j I Journey for about $3. :: II\ Try THE NEWS, 10 cents per week
... I !II" pilings came from Mississippi
if'---: 'I" 1.' |M r
ami will be u-ed to construct and repair -
1 i I '1.1', t:+'a "? ,, 7{' 7' '. .
additional dock room such "

\ 'I. II. I ..,':'..m..-.. it i is understood at present i, I. ?'t51 ;;+kf,"" .i. \r;;'1.!,,-: I. GREATER REDUCTIONS

bung contemplated. There was : f7't '
I. .....1.1 -'..10.. al-o 'tbout 21i1> gallons of paint taken : ,. -'* .- .- ,. "

:. t':.t'1 h I y.t hft'" Lot to the. yard this morning on the l't' '. t : o -AT'.0 f

t' ., N if: Nina Kittle dummy, this supply having arrived 1\ I I
y-t'i Jay direct from Washington. ;

'" I *10> ft !"ot to kl.u 1 1 inM'yer Shoe Company's intro- :MISS MARINE ELLIOTT. 1 BRHWNER'SFor

.. ., I',,,,.
t eg durtorv) address to the readers of i The lad is engaged to marry PhylliMMis 1
-- IHK NKUS in this issue,
( : Elliott), the daughter of
t \t lit..|.... ftl $N \ I'I'I It U\ h. and t.. pet quickly acquainted, they Carewe's housekeeper He-secretly I the Next Ten
-- ate <>tr>'ring a tine $:J lady's shoe at :|'pledges' ; himself to marry a music I II Days I IO

\ \,'nr1) will tw fl'ton ou the ftly <:'i'5a pair. This store is the. ___ ___ ___ _ _ __-_ --
? r III; .,a ti/ifUlday. Feb :t nio t beautiful shoe parlor in this fly." The four chums find out .Fire-I ____ ';"=o

." 'i;': r Kalil<, .ur.-. leavln vii-iuity. and they have a carefully has happened to their ward an<. endeavor -
Having Finished Taking Stock we find lots of Odds and Ends in all departmentsand
\ wt. .rf at'. clock a. ui.. ffmif selectedtock which they are offer- i to save him from the couse- ,

". -. ift rnixin. l>. int. at prices that defy competion. Quence of his rashness. This leads in order to Close these Out and make room for 3TEW SPRING GOODS
::1 l hr .' '\ed| on hoard l> .in'teiul away from home for fine ; t;i many intense situations and some
r" Kirf.. r the -iioe-s or special styles until you seed stirringly beautiful climaxes. In' to Arrive Soon, we quote prices below that will move them at once.
r the Meyer :Shoe: Company can 1
i1,1 i the last act they succeed in impress1ing -- ,

-uityuu.Four the humiliated "Imp" with the fat) yards Outing Flannel, worth I l.tmo yards Fancy Calico, worth I 44 Pairs Boys'Solid leather Shoes,

/l'ln/trwinI..". case four spectator, four woman's true character, and Phyllis 8c., to close at 5c. yard. 5c., to cloe at 4c. yard. worth $I.2a, our price $1.(Hi.)

t I /, 1/1'", 1/l.I.1 itnl ilnllirfour. otlcer-! > and four de succeeds in awakening Carewe to i!' 1,000 yards Outing Flannel, worth I 2,000 yards Red and Navy Blue ]I 68 Pairs Boys' r-olid LeatherShoes,
the fact that she" loves him as he has !
f"I1,1.&u1tells; the of tuda'sult'e at 7'2c. finer '
story Calicoes fast quality worth
warranted 4'.c. yard. JI.->, our price
I"' 1I'i1i 1/'ll'/I. ; court ,e".-ion. Each dpfel d- in turn I loved' her all along._ j A good assortment of Dress Goods I $}.2d.
IIH) Boys' Single and Double-
ai.t was i up fur leaving his team on Ii I in desirable colors in plain and Breasted 7i: Pairs no 's' New Orleans: Cable
tintreets! untied and all were arr Don't think less of your system I fancy worth :.'5e., ic.,75c.< and U.tlO Suit*, worth f 1.00 to fl.'Jfi, 'I! Screwed, Shoes, sizes 2 to 5, worth
to close 'jijc and !fcoc. I
-..ted this morning, three by Officer than you do of your house.: Give it 'I to close at l-jc.; 35c., 50c. and T-JC.; : at suit. '' $I.iiour price |L2o.1 :

Kay and one by Ulcer Perkins a thoroujjh cleanin. tuo. Take yard.. 75; Boys' DoubledBreasted Suits\ | bl Pairs Child'' Shoos, C to Solid;
f OPERA) HOUSE '1 h.- dtfendant-s all pleaded guilty Hood's Sarsapanlla.S All of our Toe. Hilk Velvets to worth S1.<>0 and fci.OO: to close at i Leather, worth $1.00, our price 4w.M .
and I lined each. Not close at 50c. yard. #1.15; and $135 "uit.2uO .
were tl an ar- i Pair Mists'i KhoM, 4 to 12,
rot wa made la-t IIhthl! and had it of I lot of silk KemnatiU! at half- :( Boy* Doubled-Breasted and j Solid_ Leather worth 1.25, our price

v Februarv 21. not bt-en for th"l'art'I"-EIf'-; cf dray Late t St\'le\ S "intelrfur- price. Thrpe-lMec I"uitwMth F3:500 to 104'.
men th -re would have: been no court }\ 1 lot of yard-wide Percale worth $1.:-s,, to close at ?:2 i" to $:{.:& suit. 52 P.lirs1 it..e"' !Shoes, 13: to 2,

I t1 f \i: I \i I "('-ion thi morning.Manager uiture, for parlor, bedroom h c., to close at 7'2c. yard. We carry :a full line of Men's I worth f 1.M), our price Sic.
1UW yards 4-4 Bleached Domestic Suits from Jl.50 to $10 00. to close at You should look at our line of
: W. T. J Unli-on and AgentPliny or sitting room, at Marstonuina's. no starch at 1'ZcI yard. _")0 per cent, di-count. I Children's Fine l" hnes.E .
Rutledge of the ftnbon The-
___ .
Y s .1t reCoulpauyarrived in PeiiiucoUtodty 9' ( m

OODUJINNE to announce the coming of

this well-known popular priced at ----- -- --- ---- ---- -- - E. JMWiWS ONE-PRICE CASH I HOUSE

: \ : EIihlOTT traction.Monday beautiful, 2Uh The tmnantic, for cempany one drama week" will,in in open four the ; iI-I I BUT 1 1I } to:5) SOUTH PAUFOX STREET.'G252St5ZS25 .=s(& ,

.' .' *tl ., .!, acts, entitled "A Homanco of the
Smith." dl r. U<>bs(,u came aheadof

liis companr in order to pay a I i c52S S252 ; 52 s t<..

,4, 'Were vi-it to his wife and daughter, reidntof OJ .
Tmenty-One I 1'ensicola, and assures u* t /L/

... ,. he haone. of the 1I..t popular' priced\
'"11''' Clearance Sale !)
.. attractions: m th Month with new / ( clearance Sale !
\ andup-to-dates-pecialtte- ca"t :,/J "....

i-cotupri-edof the following well- r y .'(.. V- I
known l't'lIplf'V.. T. Kohon. WillardDishiell.WillN rJ
-.- *.
,1..1 '.
I Roger*, Kilph ill I' I

11 I1., .IIY 1I:1\'I.I..n: Franklin Hall PlineyItutled.e \ m I Ir55 !
Kichard :Moncrilf Vir-

Ilui.\ Iougl.HLeota: Clyde Ko\ers, 52525i'S2s sz S j
-- to'atrlc: L,\' Ijn and Payne Keenf. 4

Ladies will be free Monday night. -
\ WEEK: I hi' prices will be 10, 30 and:30cents. J. \
BRAND Great Clearance Sale of

'" ,. A ni,pate ht. of $20 in ca-h Saturday: Dating Monday, ,

v -- ,

'I, February 24. Ii Kfciuiren Nfr\c ( 10 yards for 35c.

to !stand! the train of nervous neuralgia BK1NG I POWDER .

part of, papa the the These face. head painare or any ;:* All 10-cent Outing 10 yards for 75c. @ !IM'

\ .
-'i' Theatre Co quickly stopped by the ue of Perry [ 10,000 yards wide Torchon Lace our special :
I) ivis1'Painkiller.. The relief is im- YOUR GROCER KEEPS IT importation, on center :;

tnedl.ttaand lasting. Do not suffera ; counter this sale at 5c per yard. .,. I
moment longer but u-e the Painkiller : ; 1BSOLUTELY PURE I Ii .j i
as directed. Avoid substitutes We have just received a shipment of
\ K'm nice "f the Ladies' New Spring Waists i ;
there is but one Painkiller \ ranging ,

I l'ian; .'k". Perry Davis'. Price 2",c. and 5oc. in price from 50c to $5. .
I in Pensaeila ,
-- -- Manufactured
-My l'laelrfrur'iUenof Send your bicycle down to F. B. I All Black Mercerized Sateen Underskirts at j' ,,1 ;
Cost. ;
pruc and have it cleaned up and a by theBuffalo : 'j ; ,, :

I Frrach- pair of Morgan & Wright brand new 50 dozen Gold and Silver Shirts at $1 and $1.50 each. We ii'i'I !!

I I'' Eastern lii'het l quility tir '" put on, all for Mfg.' Co. ; leader of a man's 50c Shirt make a \ ';
. Shore.of fj.I; I. and defy ,
'r-ihr __ ___ competition. 1t,!!
_. *
j Ten thousand dollar worth of diamonds -- ------ -- - call attention in Furniture nItf
- --- -- ---- We Department to .
our Line I
:-'ltll\k.1. now on di"play at /'Stephen, of Matting, F.
. the di-unond dealer. Call and examine own importation ranging in '
,' our price from 17 to
-MI I lily HCi :e 32c yard
i t 't(5'i+ in: t'u'kt them. Scissors, shears, pocket per It It ii

f '. ,t ; n .!Gt>,-.! // your stove- -pipe- leaks and table cutlery of thevery ,,*Fifty Carpet Remnants at 75c each.- .'t

: smoke, buy new,joints and best makes at the lowest ; .

.' .; -Y 8 ctGrd ay Niht. elbows from the ]it"*llis prices at the ]H\Allis Hard W. J. & B. FORBES ,:

" i 10. 20 and 30c. Hardware Co. ware Co's. I I



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I '};. I -Pent-- Furniahgra far Cuh Daly. "The Cup that Cheers,

but not inebriates," U a line wrlttoj

originally to apply to tea ; but th

REGULAR SESSION AND PERSONALS OUR expression adapts itself as will to

;! I I Coffee-if of the better rrades-th

: only kind we handle. We'll be
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! INTRODUCTORYIS ) to have you give a* a trial order

; t C. D. Grainger of Tallahassee; is ( with
I I be city council met in regular j a good eleclioll of our Fane

atMion last: night, all members being I. among the recent arrivals; at the and Staple Groceries. Prices Gnat

I' present except two. The first Escambia. I anteed at

I It' business! to come before the body ". B. A. Kemp and wife of Ooshen, -

I was the election of a third member led, were last among the Escambia'sarrivals Pat <<
, I night. I Mchugh's

.( ot the board of equalization. The Mrs. Alex Brown left today for IS THIS TO THE READERS OF THE :NEWS, .'-S ,

two nominees F. E. Brawcerlnd Pine Barren where she will remain I AND FROM :NOW ON THIS SPACE WILL Phone 1st.

'J Jeorga! Reese, each received tie some time with friends. ALWAYS BE AN: INTERESTING FEATURE Corner Palafox

:. t votes and the usual deadlock en- \V. \'. Custer. a prominent Southern FACTS, AND AS IT APPEARS IN PRINT -

ued. When it was een that an Express official arrived last : SO SHALL IT BE FOUND IN OUR tTORE.WE I IRUS' The U. S. Covernment J..u. sit a patent *
election could not t>e arrived at last afternoon on business. He left this 5 a truss that aucs away VoIIU aU OIc1.t..:.....:...s id.-.n atsoiute ,
lIilhtlt wa ordered that the; matter afternoon for Mobile. I perfect truss teat hoids the rip! r. '".!:J (1mtw I
i be UiJ over until a special lDt'etIUol i | WANT YOUR TRADE To Introduce U quickly Ibeln""neor '"01, Ill' ...." I.'
Miss B. M. Turner of Lincoln, I seC ijtAte. He don't ask. expect or want money-It's free. H.c: l'j h Me5n si W...t.
to be held tomorrow afternoon. MatnC.
Neb. and Miss :rJ.. McBurney
: I
: Au appropriation of $HII: ) was made 'I Newcastle, Pa.,are among the guestsat : DEALING, BACKED BY THE MOST COMPLETE : -

I to pity for triO rent of an office forth the Escambia. I! AND VARIED STOCK OF SHOES IN' TO HER PICTURE."' 't71I
: tax a e"*or, there having been a Peter Kuntz, an extensive lumber CITY COUNTS FOR ANYTHING, MAHITIMK.I

woeful lack of accommodations: at manufacturer of Indiana, who has

the city ball and this important officer -I been in the city for some time, left i =WHY WE SHALL GET IT !=& I Dear Blmply debutante because I to love you the I sing eprlnj at the
had to seek quarters elsewhere. for his home in Anderson [Transactions cnl'1 u., K>M,
today ,
And every other lovely thingSo !;Ip.m.may possibly not be UKi.. i :;. It!
The claim by Capt. H. C. Cobb of Ind. frean and youthful.I until nexlday.]

10 per cent upon a collection of 133- have no doubt the artist knew
I PRICE I ILadies' Ii
Maurice D. Budd who contemplates -
-j uxj was denied, the city attorney Such gladness when his pencil drew Ix coats.

! having rendered an opinion hold. erecting a tourist hotel in This pit'aslng counterfeit of you. For February to date .. I'

IIIII; in effect that the: claim was not I Pensacola, left today with his! wife Divinely truthful.

letral.Tli. !" for their home at Dixon, 111. The $3.00 A bit of bloom you seem to me: SAILED.

comptroller'report was submitted gentleman expects to return in the i A blossom born for melody pan ss "Heradn Hall..I..rO, !,.-i .

S lu printed form. It was laid next month and proposes to pros- A That bud you la your cannot but be:: Uerss Louise Horn, Kubd..n. Kt N,. .

before the boJy.Aldl'rman pect for oil ia the county, sinking a soles The happy roses at your side .
I lace button extension
S Welts or fLEA Kf 0.Rrbkt
< 11 Mcilugh introduced a :I first test well near the Patterson j Look up Into jour face with pride
-tranger.672. Llcliko by H
L, r("<>!l'jtion which gave the mayor: : place on the dummy line. Velour Calf and Vici Kid, for Of fraKrant kinship satisfied I for l'aynd..r. with l.'l.tM) picket, i
-- -- --
authority to lease for boom purposes To share jour beauty. rosin value $5i4TILE :

S a portion of the water front at the Driving Out the Knrwv. Indeed your cheeks ant lips and nose I ,
Are all suggestIve! of a rose '
Mot of Hi-Villiers street, the lessee! ; These; are the days:= of colds, sharp $8.85 A bud of course-and I suppose SUIPPING.VrSSKLS j jI j
W. \Vutich, to pay the city a certain I
II and sudden. attacking throat andlungs I When you are olderA -
rental for a five pears' pnvilepc. I and leading to consequences I very little oltter-pomp I : : ,. PORTSICAM4IIii1. J
The referred to ... .
matter human bee will
was '" - Enraptured coma
does not like to think about.
I 01 e i
the franchise committee. To woo and be allowed to hum Span Alicia.Liuarraga.; ti> di If I I

? Another ordinance referred> to the I i the Avoid further of health exposure and and comfort fight/ Above jour phoulcler I sit Ocrri8udiu Co *,'l2. Bchnaaer. to V L Wt :<
franchise committee was that: introduced I,I l enemy I '? ( IY1YER SHOE CO.* I pay my homage with a song \
Painkiller the
'I with Perry Davis' Before from the admiring throng ,.
: by Alderman Green, who obtained I I Marle.HVl.ft-hroider,to order "
family stand-by for sixty years. It I A lover cornea-It won't be long ';I'r Orion. lull Wolf, to Kaart I>..n"" -' ,
coobeutof the
the unanimous ., conquers a cold in a day. See that : Feet Furnishers for Cash Only 102 1 2 South PaMoi! Stect.GENERAL I Ere he haa found >'ou- I & I'nwpan 7
."'iDiicil. 'Ihe ordinance to .
S grants I.I you get the right article. There is To seek your sweet companionship. I frguiola.; ,Colon, totiulf Transit
4 5'v.. H. I' wit.., the to Co
nil right-* lay an but one Painkiller, Perry Davis': ---- To steal the honey from your Up .
line in the and And at last to gently slip MARKS
S FHKNCH SCHEDULEFollowing It Aldor, tiv 7, Ferreto, to I'enss.oIeberCo Li.m.
for maintenance of same for a I An arm around you.I .

I period of 5years. ;! LITTLE : CASTORIAFor think you hear hIm coming now, It Blancbetto. Ml, Mortola to Ko a'f"
is the schedule of the
Th. reported certain per- ; DAMAGE Buch happiness lights! up your brow; BrosIt
I steamer General French Ready to greet love! That la how : liaccicln Kevello. 64>l. It..lnert. tn I I.sasco I. .>.
fObs fur having failed to make prop- government Infants and Children. I The artlBt drew you. 8ro

-r returns us required by law. The I I which THE NEWS prints for the Dear girl. I will not bid you slay Nor CaimbatorMlHormen: Ito U .

report was: received aud filed> and who! The Kind You Have Always BougM My motto Is In glad diy ti'>fan .
: youths
REPORTED benefit of the merchants! ship : It (arata I... <;:i, liberals to Koia-.i ., I:
tht matter will be attended to later. i : the various I Gather the rosebuds while you may. It Co'ona. 11$:!. }!ouo. lu orJ-r
The mayor informed the council their goods to army Bears the // I wish I knew >'ou.I Nor IJovre, "I-. Larsen, to H H K. n.

that the hud been invited posts: -Life.A A CO
body by
eignatureofMothers It Hortda. IftB. PIIermo. to Pan-t .I'
t I I Ij ,
the V. M. It. L. to assist in receiving Ll'avl'8l'pDs..cola ...... ... ... 7:00 a. m. I It Ines .:lIsa. Iw 6, Bartolntto to nrd '
S and entertaining the members of j Pensacola was in the grasp of a it Leaves Harrancaa.. .... .... 7.50 a. m. I Promising Touth.I Nor Uabtil. 117U>>.. to H H I.CIt <>
Florhh when Leavei Pickens ... on ..N.iiOa. in. Lina UK), Hambolino to Ko"n" ',, H
tn- Precs Association
S storm of serious proportions for several Leaves Karraacaa .. S.-... N:15s. m. can safely give Foley's I Nor Maca. 11\I.\' Klliffi: toor.1.rllus
-; that organization: inn u here next 1 hours last night and for some'' Len.-fS fecBacola .... .. . ...10.15a.m. Honey and Tar to their children for Borden.511, LundbiTK. lo S tIt \ I
i i S UK'iith.afttr which the council adjourned. II Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then coughs and colds for it contains no PensacolaleCimonctli.\ to l'.J t
I time it seemed as if damage of a serious | makes a trip to tort.McKee and then returns I CoBr
f- to Rarrancas.Leavei opiates or other poisons. W. A. Veronica I<*.l. 1'1 11 a... tHI' MI.JURkK'TIlit I .
nature would be the ultimate Barrancas S .. 1:15 P- m. D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox. !.
Leaves Pickens ... .. !:'!.> p. m. --- Br fctrang) [,71.1.1,1011".10' !'II I .
: result, but happily this proved to be Leaves Peniacola _, .. 4tilp.) m. .MCIIOUN.... '

A QUARANTINE : not the case. Leaves Pickens ...... .....".. 5:15 p. m. \m lIaltH' (' Lace. :!.Tl. heal -
f Arrives Barrancas 5.6); p. m. anti makes SECI4LflOTICES.oflEczflT1woo. Am Harry Mccr. &....i. C..ri!.:i !
The storm subsided shortly after trip to McKee and return. MerrUtJkCoUP.OLKAKEU,

!1 midnight, but not until nearly two On Wednesdays and Saturdays the I

111 i INrESTIGATIONc.1U..d ; inches of rain had fallen, making I II boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- I AND HAILED Fist YES
( I 8ACOLA. '
[ I ens for Pen.acola at 6:30 p. m. I
pedestrianism almost impossible and i
The General French is for army STEAMSHIPS
impeding for a time the service of only and any out-ider must MONilV I'O L&N1) \lpba. Iulch.ldHt Vlne>.nl.lIIl'lantl.lJutl'b.81 (' '
the belt line. I purposes -- -.---- -- < ---. .\ <1 Port nlbot I U _
Traffic other lines
I -L of the in- on
A meeting Jint have a from the quartermaster
pass TO LOAN- Onhonsehold furni rairnlala. Kr, MM, at Tyne Ix-c 11 i
vpti.atii Clll1mlttt\ oa qu"rantint'lulattt'f" I wa kept up with great regularity !i o take passage o i her. MONEY dorses, coves and all kinds of per- anocogorta tlp..n, lid llufli, f'.. 1
Buual Terms Htriclent Teriia.jer.Id lKlj h..II.. '
-' ---- easy.
4 u a< held last'\ uight, Chairman and not many schedules were passed secrecy itaaraateed. Apply to A. A. Usher, I New York Journal.4n Vesta, (,i>r, nlil L... 1'alniatJuaWinifred J.

The but highly If you want a nice present to giveto AUJi south pal !ol street.M Am. sia New \ork hcbHH1PH. .
: \V. .\. lUount prnniJiug and ag-j .
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friend and look through thet'lttg'ant .
: the belt line a go ON KY TO LEND on improved real ea- i Es..o..abl Ml.taUe.Telepraph .
tlif following members being pre- gravating, delay! ou was LuodonJ Ianioo
line of suitable at
i ti "..nt : llusiuess League-Win. Fish- felt by a great many persons who j II III J. I. Stephens, you surely can find rates tate.of Interest.In large or Call mall on Leslie amounts 1:0::. low I Operator am sorry, sir, \ 11, at llamhurK

I stood for some time within the !II If attorney at law,:tilt!., a.:: Falaloi til.:: umber! hut the rules of this company make it ".t.IU.4

i t-r. W. K. llyerJr., S. A. Cosulich, j, shelter of friendly building, momentarily something want anything to {please In the Diamond yoo. line you building. itmlm Impossible for me to tend jour uussntit Adelejer.MT. at Alipta Hay .Ian

Sc F. O. Howe. Chamber of Commerce erasing their necks and I "collect." That r>ri\ilpce we are Arizona. Nor. 12V, sld KrtMtil JanAnna.terld "-
be sure to see him before you buy. TO-DAY-Dorou need money? Haste Jan 11
[ J-.S.S. C. Hreut, Jno. C. Avery, W. A. directing their eyes in search of an MONEY.. borrow any amount you want not allowed to extend to absolute htnui- Albion. Ru.. at deal Jan 6Anita
expected car. The delay not on easiest terms and lowest rates
S j was to-day H, It.fT.I, at T..n..rllT.OV."I
Hlount. itizens'" Committee. I). SPIT/.KK & KlttklMTUICK.atJ.M. gtrn.AijiIIcantDo! .
over 30 minutes.This j anywhere obtainableon improved city real Annihal. Nor; Slit (icnoa Itec It
I Ktw"1: K.: I H.I "Putnam.i'hairmiii : estate-(rom Wni Fisher :!om-j Houth:: Pala I you mean for rae to Atlantic Nor, AreuiUle 1'"c'l i
morning numerous persons Howell's stand are doing
fox street. lQlfJV
111.unit I'xI'lltiuethat I'arlphil Nor Mid Jan '
Algoa Isy .1!
i understand by that that you can't trust
tt...'deity in calling the committee wended their way to the water front the best work in Pensacola. Mr. F. I ('ngnatl, It. :t!. at ;Mantx.III"1! Ian II
to a deal of dam- is the YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY roe? Imncrag "or, lid ItHlfant Jan :
expecting see great ,II M. Turner, their blacksmith, I >
'rthrr dun ti) the fact that '. money, Insure your property, pro- Klakoon: fid
I Km Ta'tle Hat' Jan :
Circumstances :
Under the
No caulties Telegraph Operator-
were reported except Messrs. Pierce
in South. .
ase. I, best :
of correspondence had not oureabstracts of title, buy or sell real estate M aria. It, hid Palermo 11..0: 14
the beaching \Voo! sand be rent of have sir it Is impossible for we .
their description
U-ttii received I earlier from the suron ey and Newton, painters cant property any Malltlalt-na.( Nor, eld \1..111..1.1.. I..
F of a lighter loaded with lumber. Theliirhter beat for fine painting.. They also rents collected: or your taxes attended to, to do so. Nordlysrt.; Sor. hid { lunieliccNo I
_______ S { I'h..ral'.nk" at Washington.iesH S call on or address Tbos. C. Watson k Co.Keal >-tro l'a.lre. It.s55sl.I Cam Ton .
had been anchored in midstream
Laving bteu rec 4 authority for the examination off.SS'lute ; and was to have been unload from Columbus, ta., who served hisapprentieehil cola. to la Charges moderate. To everyone I of mi-! I thought of all places on the t' .bello I. it. hit Genoa J all IS
I'd today.: It came down from the ) and i i.* eapable of doing who IHI)I a lot from ns ne will lend money I ': ,
i: ,' and Harris, butii of whom wun whIch to build a house. Hd-tt I face of the earth a telegraph oilico was (.u..s CKl.yman
mills at K-cambi and had about the mom artistic work. 3Ir.
4 wire l'r"-"'lt, the committee, alterS the likeliest to net anything on tick.- M LaY.III.I<1'orti&J.: M-
20,000 feet of lumber on it. This will for II
Frank Carroll whose
reputation FOil HJ' T.
lie iriti,: U. reading; of the dtrrespondet.ce. be saved without much expense, it hor-eshoeing i is the bt m the city, -_.__._--. ........--. ----.-.- I Itnston Courier. -- -

.. proceeded to interrogateiri i., stated, hut the cargo will have to is in charge of the shoe shop. Give ...'K RENT-A. very desirable store on The finest line of mnbrell.t: in
)* 1Intu. -.t.". vrios" tHstiuiony was be unloaded before the lighter them a trial ; prices reasonable and 1" I"outb"larUl sheet, now occupied by I Lout III* 4ppetltr. city is at J. I. Stephen-1 (in ,
taken tlt'rth.111l1:, by tli assist tutsfcrttiry
III : : UelnbxrK: A UeIiIlar. Knailv: foroccupiincy at them.F. .
I'Ir. White furnishing cop- which Ii well up on the beach, is work guaranteed. lilt by March I. Apply to risher Kent KfctaleAiiency : "What made that wan at the last table -

lloated. : :sl'i _uutti Palafox street lllitf | leave?" asked the proprietor of the
*rs uf Hit- l'orn''I""d.'nct'lJ..twt't'1i1111II..1f E. Hrawner ha-, bought ti. .
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S and 1)r. !V>rt* lot of damage had been done at'
tit!! t..I.rl1ll: to the lattt-r sent aftert a i eniencfs, No. au, corner Wright and I Ihaylen ''It was this way, sir: ," answered the of the Levy-Pou Co.'s -took and w
0 the navy: yard, hut this proved erroneous" streets. d ltfCIM
The Tourists Club of Pensacola
:!" (uiiiK-"ti Ion of th 13 Atlautiau waiter. "He came in and as-led for clo-e them out at le's than fa. t.
S /.Li tit-vitcomiiienced, uul i purportin as ollicers from the yard ;i i will meet at 16 East Roman streetat -- co-t. Call
1)U1.'l'ltV. puusace, and I told him we were out, quick.
stated that the damage there was
the o'Ulrlt..n tlieite tlllr ; 7-'W:\ o'clock Siturdav: night.
t > VI.f -
the wiud been but If he would wtit a little while! we
S *> M bill of health: ; front Inch it ap- nothing, having cut :Scott :M. Loftin, Esq., will deliver I LK COMB BROWN LKUHOKN.SiO : Cleaning ladies skirts and wai
oil almost entirely. exclusively. Stock and Eg: for eale.Leave | would bnome..
S .-d. rifrrence tn t of an address and a musical prol"ramwilllJ.
ji ar by : copy ,: "were ord..rat Willis Hardwafei'o's lMtf I IJ" i is one of our specialties. Mar LaLdry.
.Storm signal ordered atIViisaeol
.. 'i icumlllltl. rendered. visitor here "wtlIr'"TIII'n
ul 1 entries I ID the |""oss of the Every .
..... tint mily a portion of :t and Mobile ht: imight and H invited to attend aud register -( ) H -.A.I..I:;. I I went out In the kitchen aridaccldt'ntally .
i of information
immedi the
I itely receipt I'n.nrn. .a plrlon.
-uph fiitrifs hat: h..nont by I>r. ,VLB A horse. stepped on the dogs tail
; \Vhiteto l IIr. Porter; find tit. .it upon fromVa'hiimgtomi the NOTICE. I'I1HIS 10 S. A. hriednmn.- fineilraught fix'Apply*' ( sir. and the dog Logan: to howl like hew "Mi! s I>liai.l('nmro hajs tliit y u a, i

the by tinI I I.ltt..r of --iid telejrarn. warnings were !hoi-ted: the local Killfd sir and""I very CP\',T." said the young win:,',in.
n'ipt weather bureau. No vesselhave Notice is hereby given that the S\LK-A deiirnble piece of proper- as ts'liig -
S .
liturdirnl th. detention of "Iml.-.Hl": 'J..lnl..J M I.- annual of the stockholders I lot and htx-room houie ,
left today as the signals I have been meeting ty large on see, Interrupted the proprietor.
ti! .. v.--a-l for ti-u d iys, thus coun- i of the American Security Endow- ,: ,haie street. I-a.y terms for further informatIon Indianapolis Sun. "I'il tile say it by way ">ftimatiug <
ordered continued. The wind
at Nh s otllce l". .
apply ": or to
.1 trrntattiliiitr: -I.r.\'IIU. 1)14441. from velocity of 50 n lies au hour tnent Company will be held at the Moluney.31,1 West (lie... Mrent. jirtfI thiit I atu not g'Kxl lunkl IK

,,1. !>iui-.df and fr"in I ir.Vyni5m ii forrh1II1111..tllll" list but 'this did i not hold ollice of the company in the city of to sugK<>ht that I amVuahlngtoa UIi:4IUlul.:
night, A >
up Iea
Reformatory ore.
1 releasrt of the ..hip4ft..r Peu ,OU :i.Ltnnt! residence and store
-acola Florida, al 5 o'clock p.m. I \ Star.
S long. uljoinlnx, totetbvr or bfpiiriue' one ot Mrs. Church-And husband -
you My :jour
; fiilitl/atlon$ -- -- ----- Thur-day, February 27th, H$I:?. for I the bed built houses in the city; muJfrn .
The f. cts tin- 1i-cl-HHd "| to the purpose of election of officers for Improvements.', HI and JW t.aI U ri,:bt I wrote tht'se.t'J'S'r to you before
I 'tlllt" I/lr.l'.rto'r from Hilt in TII UKCOKD nut the ensuing and the tran-ac- slr".t. near depot; aa excellent boarding you married him? will repair your watches a-
year, Houie site, a tine home or a safe good Inveslinrnt. ; Jewelry in flnt-class style. J !
1 tile matter : but .is tlin investuatioiti (, H'K .1.1-:1.: IO.\lH (; tiou i>f ;:uch other buine-s as may Apply to I'attclieugh., Itil S. '1 Mrs. otham-Ye, and there's a lot Stephens i
t S Ul.t.t" coiii-Mfd.: further discussniii come before the meeting. Palafox street. nljtf more of them.Mrs. i

4 i of I tit "-M'l''uiiwoulJ :appear tot The New York Lumber Trade By order of C. F'. XEFK, iOK 8ALE-Tae most desirable loa In !1 Chunh-1 surprised that you; to the- XEWd- 1\\

4 411 fruittstintsl the l.ih-irs of the Journal of February 1 contained the If. 1'. RKME.: : Prt'>idt'ut. 1 the city on easy terras by thelisberReal could have married a man who wrote week. I
4 t'owmlttl'I' H'tltlihed ,tlid its con- Secretary. f3oawL Estate Agency, 204 houta Paiafoxstrwt.
t follow article aud a-ked if it could such bit-kening oetry. ,
do-iun. aud llndiiigs: nr" officially l 'alm S
be beaten : --- --- ,: Mrs. (:iotham- believed! it was the .
S .*6U,41UCr i. Penacola Lodge No. 4i, i WEEKLY
At time conclusion of I Dr. I 11 5rgi4't..timniy Mcsr.. E. I' Burton Co of PhllaJrl F. i A. M. will hold a At.t'llh.' .S...S..>. S >- only way I could stop him.-Youters
plus are cliummi the record on iuirk Vep01 regular S
$ the cmniniUHH rtdjourued loa.llnij Ihe steamer Luckenlmcb.winch meeting Thursday, at '. ACENTS l'nrttal book proposition. Statesnun. FOR STEAM DIVISION
bet tu the emil of the! chairuiiu.Mltlll.KllS I b..). ha\e recnuly cb-irtcreil for Ii 4 'I New HT\MAKD works. All -.- ,
4 loin term, which is now on her rlret trip 7:30: p. in, for the purpose rapid sellers. Liberal t .. .. from Charleston and which will carry of installing its teetl l KOl'NTAIN PEN a specialty. DesocnptUe -
I : about 2IP'"O. u tu recentlv the scene of no- :Members of sister otficers.l. Iisti mailed Colton unman .t RAILWAY XiMI'A.NT
i tnorlTorls r..sultllHllllPUtllosr abonrH her : (established l Is..i> T: Warren St.. .New
Not tin* l'r"I'.r \\ a) III Take I'IIII ', about :i2o, tret of North t arol'.nu Pine In and sojourning; brethren fraternally York. Trains leave Peniacola for the Lulls
S ten and one-half hours Mr Maurice burton invited. Uy order of W. M. BayoaBlt| Bayou, Wsrrlngton. :o.lf1 TalC

t'letk" in gor..c.r stores :art apt to savs be would like to know if tins record C. McK. OEKTINU, Sec. \Vt1'L1): and Fort Karrancai at
hai l> or call b. healn 1\:10...m...rrtT!! at Fort Barren *l T '8 a m
loil/tll".1t tins .uul that urticlf food, lU.-UU.. .
.rrlTe ta.M
IIEATiiI m. at Kort Karrt 'es
tud if they are not cirelul: acquire a A Nvs man after curyingthe -- :R BhliS: WASlhD-Ben: : price 111
IOOp.m..rrln..tForl I 4p
r for old feather bed ,
paid aUo buy old
S This the above clipping in his pocket fore> $:$J '."pm
..a..t"tollurh. was; case mahogany furniture etc. J. L. Isaac. 'mlK.Uovernment p. m. arrive Fort Harts as
with I. r-hoeiiKikt-r, Artie, lu J. : eral days, ran across stevedore J. Ed. Weak people and nervous street. Sijlm "lSitp.m.arrlveatFort Karraacai T >55< m

.While I in a Abercrombie; this morning who Ehoul few -- ----- 8p.m.arrIeatFort Barrancti 841pmTrUni
clerking gave
.t grocery try a
I .. PeDI&-
I ASTEl: *-The people to see abet leave Fort B rr nc ilo/
"tortit w.,. difficult to resist the him -i few points m regard to fat I CELEERATD doaesof the Kil Ui nice sewing machine I can sell for a 'oola at7:1ia.m.

: tt inptalion to e.n :littLe of this and loading of veel ters.strengthen It will tbenenes 'IQ.OOI ca.h. J. >. Andrews, 13 iS. 1-blnroi bt.d arrive at Pensacola u 0 i m
or'' M Abercrombie, after S >tf 11:110 Peniacola .11"! m
that ; a bit of candy som* fruit r. readingthe restore p. m. .rrITe..t p
r .-rackers: ami one thing aiul another. clipping, stated that that record S vigor to the entire ANTbD-All kind. of empty beer %:00 p. m. arrive Pentacola ..ti f.m
\ 6:11)i 6 t> p m
I m arrive at Pftntacoia
I bad nenous could aud had been beaten in this 1 system and bottles 8. A. KRIIDMAH. novttf p .
After about a year cureIndigestion Jimmy-Pull har.lVlllie.: T:00p. m. ..rrln..t feniacola. I > p.

; ..,11ch trouble and h.iJrun downS port.The. .5' _1 1AMKH. (. OODi-i. That's the way to get hearty and "D.tS p. m. ..rrln..t feniaoola_ t.K B. m
steamship Franz Horn. S ------- "Hatardajionly.FAEE .
S pound-. was pal. an J sail jw and consigned : --
:: HAK\H HEI R) -Mannractnrir strong-Chicago; News.
.' mr a* snake.. I could deep but to the IVnsacola Lumber S Dyspepsia, dealer in Hair Goods, Hats. Toilet FOB Will DAT.

S little at nuht and my distress was Company and which wa loaded by Liver and Articles, Hair Oil, etc.,8.1 W. Government PeniaaoU to Fort and raters.'.
terrible.Finally. Mr. Abercrombie. took on Snouib, itreet. The finest line of !sterling silverrod Peneacolt to Navy Yard and return MPeniaooU

.. I wa< mpolled to give superficial feet of Idinber: in s hours .5 KidneyTroubles Flu\\'t'r.. Fur Funt'rul. and silver novelties U i to be to Palmetto Htaofc and return:"

.-itll1 and take treatmentS with three gangs. Mr. Abercrombiesaid and I found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to I 8CHDAT .CR ItDtDI.
Up lily if he had worked four 'LOWERS. FOR FUNERALS fnrnisuedI please all. When weather permit Ibo rune ag GI
of he ,
S health. I h.uJ: OrapeNuts gangs Malaria, lever
my I promptly In bouquets special deslgnt open co"cb..s.Lean .
S : hrf.ikf.-t Food aud begu to could have put in something over ''TOYERS and Ague. Miss Violette MOHDO,3':3 H lit bregoryoboneiMt The most reliable preparation for Peniaoola. Lv foil BirrtaiM.

S u.e it rt' ularly. I oon began to recover ,,10x) feet in the same length of ImJUT kidney trouble; on the ea. m. Ida. m.
both health and strength, until ticie. There i* alo another record, is 11a.m. l> m-
( }o'LOWEIli"<
1 the i. Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. D'Al- I lp. m.
of m.
the end of about three months' that steamship Blenheim, - p
at C'KUW NO'J.'ICE. FLOWERS and Moral 121 Palafox. I p. m.
Ip. m
S steady use I was :oil) fit aud well that which was loaded by PtevedoreV.. ..- .....,..- --- ---- CUT"' I'1 designs ordered for customers Ceslgns- i jemberte Ip.m P, Blip .

I I w.u weighed and found I weighedi L. Bell, which is much quicker than Miss Vlolette Moreno, 83) West Gregory, : m pm.
of the Franz Horn. NEITHER the captain owners Sape by buying I PIp.m .m.
which ws a gam ofC'J that obono.tJH Slid 1mIUJMI Ioney p. m.
i pounds nor consignees uf tbe I il !
I .
J pound In that time. Tnia may The foregoing account shows that S [berman ss lIrionI" "'"I uv.. 1rIutf.|_ your furniture '
...,Qnd a little lishy, but it u the plain whenever any one wants to beatPeniiacola' responsible for debts COLt ,.d.- w FASEfOEBUHDATfenwoolato lilT'
: ed by thE of said vessel. at Marston or' H..rrIDO..I
crew B1.anewstove Sf Quina'sGreat
record of fait whenyou can ..
trvt. .nd can \entiod bv anyone loading, E \VOLJF, WHY old lard anfl rctorn____--
S of friends I they had better get up early in the Baarsl'unwod.It Co. your one repaired We can Furniture PtaikooU to Palmetto Beieb ma
T. hares to inquire my Captain: make it .almost., guoU s 5 asw, Apply lo Empo- l"So
who know the fact ." morning. I Consignees. irot Cosgrove's ."oIlDdr) Him I rium. MUM ---
freight received alter l.ll p. m.


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