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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 21, 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
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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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I CHINA AND RUSSIA In all Lc its ceiuLet3.LJj's eaf''J: tllerc@nmlol IN SCHLETS APPEAL

THE Cream Balm

AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF Integrity of Chinese Empire (h>an the dieca-eil tu'inbri .
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, offers to depositors Must Be Preserved.THE I:curcota'1rrh; and d.n's! Special Credit.
an jf a
overy facility which their balances busi- ''lulc! 'y.
ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY Cream calm placed!Into the nostrils,gpre-ii'.a EROOKLYN'S LOOP GRAVE ERROR
over tie membraue and is a'uorljei. Ke'icf: Immediate -
ness and responsibility warrant. suit ft cure follows. It is nut 4ryn-dofi;;: I i I

Practical Indorsement of Same-The cot produce,nee* n:;. Large Se,5i cenU at Drug. i Carring That, the President Say
Interest paid on time deposits. : giH or by mail; Trial Size,10 cents by ml.I .
Rights of American Citizens Will Be I ItBU01'lIElt5.5 Warren &tre.-t.: Sew York. 1 Schley Did Well, but Sampson Will F

Jealousy Guarded-Hay's Note Technically In. Command-He Considers -

f Creates Sensation In Peking. equality ot treatment to all nations i Wainwright's Act Heroic.

I : respecting trade navigation and commerce : I
\",Chicago Feb. 21)-The Tribune today within the empire's confines j Washington, Feb. 20.-The decision I

prints the following cablegram "On the other hand the attainmentby of President Roosevelt on the appealof

----- -- --;--------. -- -- --, from Peking. China. under date of one power of such exclusive privileges -. Rear Admiral Schley WU given to

....IIt.I.IIIENT OPENED. Feb. 19: for the commercial organizationsof the press last night.
TERRIFIC WINDSTORM A sensation was caused In diplomat Its nationality conflicts with the assurances !' ]I The salient features of the presi '

E....">. Dfllvtrs Spreh Four Apartment Houses ic circles here today when ft became repeatedly conveyed to this j jgoernment ,, dent's decision In the case follow: I

r ,_. '--Oflt. Destroyed. known that the United States through' by the imperial Russian |i i All the accusations against Schley, ,

I :> Victor Kroan, j jc DOES MUCH DAMAGE Orphan Asylum Threatened. Secretary of State John. Hay had senta ministry of foreign affairs of the imperial based on hi* conduct prior to the battle

Iud.4.lth con- i New York Feb. 20.-Four apart I note to the Russian and Chinese government's: intention to follow'i of Santiago, are thrown out. The ,

In tb" "1If'e'h ment houses, in Kingston avenue I governments following closely along the policy of the open door as advocated -: president holds that If Admiral Schley J
.. .' fffrred to the Valdosta, Ga" and Mobile and Brooklyn were destroyed by fire to- the lines of the Anglo-Japanese treatyof by the government of the United 'I erred during that period his offense*

q m th. rountryI I day. The Brooklyn Orphan asylum. Jan. 34. States and accepted by all the treaty I were condoned by his retention aa sec

'*riral policy and Opelika, Ala., Visited.LOSS which Is across the way from the The note is a distinct warning to powers having commercial interestsin ond in command. I

al.llft' iitttni be- burned buildings, was threatened. The both China and Russia that the United the empire."It On the question of command the I

thpowers AT VALDOSTA ABOUT $10.000 officials aroused the 200 children in States will not permit the integrity! of is for these reasons that the ;I president says:

i *a 4 his majesty. the building! and prepared them for I the empire tff be molested in favor of go\ernment of the United States now, Technically, Sampson commandedthe

Instant flight but it was not found one nation to the detriment of an as formerly. animated by the sincerest fleet and Schley. as usual the I
duties At Mobile
n 11411 "ur i ia the Storm Reached a Velocity -
bin> of good necessary for them to leave. The fire I other. I desire of insuring! to the whole world western divluion. Tbe actual fact if

t'K* of their ] of Forty.five Miles an Hour, was caused by the explosion of a The note, which practically indorses the benefits of full and fair intercourse that after the battle was joined not A ,
ntry II bell and Fences, Trees and Telegraph steam heating; boiler In the basement I the English treaty with Japan says: I between China and the nations on a f helm was shifted, not a gun was fired

of one of the apartment houses.All i "Washington. Feb. 1.-An agree-; footing of equal and not of In
t t. ., ..nft..n. .. Poles Were Leveled. I rights advantagesto a pound steam was put on

i i' &. !l'rm/il pla.
:, 11 r ,n arliitrator Valdonto. Ga. "('b. :2:<\-During a houses made their way to the streetin i ration or company the exclusive right est consideration of the imperial governments : engaged In obedience to the Order

t II.. terrific win':storm lure this morning safety. i lor privilege of opening m\t1E's.\ estab-- of China and Russia confident -,, of either Sampson or Schley, save

.- I.!., !h" Itr."t the carriage factory of the Roberts- Fire department estimated the loss j lishing railroads or any other way inI that they will give due weight to on their own two vessels. It wag ai

lutir''i Cranford. Pasher company was wrecked at J30.000. I dustrially developing Manchuria can its Importance and that they will adopt i I captain's fight."
I but be viewed with the gravest concern such measures will relieve the Sampson than
rI. ar.J ti I.-* The building fell 15 minutes before as just I. was hardly more
,I t.i S r"n the emplojes went to work. The Leavenworth Escape: Caught I by the government of the United and natural anxiety of the United technically the fight. His only claim

:' -' "> aim loss is about $l'i.i' .>'rtn. No further dam- Memphis. Feb. 20.-A Scimitar special States. States." for credIt rests- iinnn-. his work fin
v *
a.r than bha
fur in >,ed has been reported. prisoner in Jail here under the nameof a distinct breach of the stipulationsof DEATH OF COLONEL LOWE. meet the Spanish ships when they
t J. LL. Leland. who is
rharepd with
the treaties concluded between Chi- should
come out.
I ,
"t. ; yulD1! Miles of Fences Leveled.! I burglary in Smith cou tthl; state, na and foreign powers and thereby seriously Surveyed and Built Louisville and Schley is entitled as Is Captain
a .ntbe
i I o PPli\\ Ala. Feb. :20.: -A severe has been Identified as one of the con affects the rights of American I Nashville Railroad. Cook to the credit for what the Brooklyn

wlnilitorm! auompanied by heavy victs who escaped from the federal citizens."It I Denver, Colo., Feb. 20.) -H. P. Lowe did in the fight. On the whole, the ,

I ram IIlil".d over this section late laSt prison at Leavenworth. Kan., last N'o- restricts their rightful trade, ex of this city has received a telE' ramannounC'lng president finds that the Brooklyn did
I ni,:ht. Many tn'"spre blown down rember. His real name Is James Sey- posing it to being discriminated the sudden death at Love well though he considers the vessel's"loop"

... C'II"11 L.1er Fal'ntit. II I and miles of fences leveled. As far more. In addition to the Smith county against. interfered with or otherwise lock Ker.. of his father Colonel Theodore the "one grave mistake" made

,tt" ...,)u.. I a& toucan there was no loss of life. robbery, Seymore Is accused of burglarizing j jwopardized and strongly tends to permanently H. Lowe, a pioneer mining man' by any American ship during the bat

l f. ..... the safe In the om<'4 of the Impairing China's sovereign of Colorado. Deceased was 63 years tie.

4 r' as V 1: \I Wind Reached Fearful Velocity. sheriff of Newton county securing rights in this part of the empire. whileit of age. i I The president considers that the

$8.000. seriously Interferes with her ability Colonel Lowe surveyed and built the' most striking act of battle was that
MM'! '!"> .\Ia. l-.t'ti! :2't.--The htorrah.i
.=' pie,'t hpr International obligations.!; Louisville\ and Nashville railroad and of the Gloucester, whose commander
\\ ; '!. visited Mobile last at
4 ,. I '1.., nght one Many School Children are Sickly.
"Furthermore such a concession onChlna's was one of the first surveyors of the Wainwright; pushed into the fight
o'a'h..d tht veloc-ity of 4i: miles
\ m : Mother Gray's sweet Powdera for -
part would undoubtedly be followed Mammoth Cave of Kentucky. He through a hall of projectiles: In order
.in I." r blowing down tret'S andY .
I' : used by Mother Gray, a nurse Inkildrens
by demands from other powers to Colorado from that he nii iit do his
Y ...' ,iin1 prostrating t Jegrajih wires <' Home. New York ISreak up came Louisville Ky. part in destroying -
Colds In L'4 bours.cure .fc'evfrlshn Head- for similar equal extensive advantages ,, the two torpedo boats. For this
I '-t'A' .t. Mobile and Kiomalon also
: to n. ; avbe. Stomach Troubles, Teething Ulnor- elsewhere In the Chinese empire and We will launder your spreads for ''conduct Wainwright was entitled to
sliRttu; :! 'Tupting railroad traffic A d rs, and III l !troy Worm At druggists.
!:IC. Sample mailed KEK. Address,Allen8.Olmtttd the inevitable result must be the complete.wreyk 15 cents each and make them look ,4 I receive more than any other com
tiumi'-T of also broke from their
LeRoy, N. Y. of tile policy of absolute like uw. Stir Laundry. : mander with the possible exception of \
"N''r \ \ 4 m >oriit! ;, anj were swept out into ther'.v.'I j
I Clark, of the Oregon.
1 '.,.1 tint W damaged
\ I' .;: J "'re only slightly 1
It was just to Admiral Sampson that
4:', r I id SoDie 'lamase; resulted to goods stored
he should receive a greater advanceIn
I A It : on the wharf.
.1:1 "r. numbers than Admiral .
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There was nothing done in the battle

.14 t. '. "".t II j Animal Killed for Market Yields Lost \' D18HEFOR1ENTEN l[ DINNERS. I, that fo- either.warranted any unusual reward

-. .t! ma I II :) Scarfpin. DMNTY' [ either There side is for no any excuse further whatever agitation from of

out I Carrollton. Ga. .'.-11. :').-The find, I this unhappy controversy. To keep It

., kg of imbedded in
: '' 'r.' a gold scarfpin alive would
I merely do damage to the
J .' he of butchered here for
I" n .t \\ail n.aik": has aroiu..!l a deal of interest. I navy country:
Coffee Mint ana Tea !Wion
'h.t "-y had A loral butcher who was! prepar- .3.;: For Over Silly Years.

.. .. 1011: the b.-ef after it had been slaugh- I. !of WTNSLOW'S! BOOTH INS HYRFP baa i

terf'J. made the discovery. The pin \RE SPECIALTIESAT been used foro\erglxt? yearn by mhllonio I.
mothers for their children while ,
1Ii! I' ". -111111. the hil. th. F v. Cretin heart of the animal and had evidently THE- softens the Rum ,allaYI all pnincure wind .,I ,
: colic and la tbe best remedy for Diarrhoea.
'I'- t in sr.'M. ; bfn In that position for some time, ,
It will
., relieve tbe poor little sufferer Immediately. I
'.* I Hill IZH 'vi k> It had grown into the tissues of GROCERY : Hold by Drunglbti: : In l"vt'u'oar' I
!r >it- -' .till mailed that NEW OLREANS of the world. Twentv-Hv cents a bottle. !
:>; \\ I' r-uM.: Newbtrti. I orKan. I Be sure you Stilt fur"M rs. Wit slow'8 Booth:
The ow wan purr'based by Robert tug ? yrup"and take no other kind. I
JAMES McHUCH Proprietor
Gaston. a farmer of East End. from
: ( a!. 'i
.." -I Uv.- been MrsVilhur Helton, the wife of a \% ET IMENCENCIA! STREET TELEPHONE 105 INDIANS DO'N WAR PAINT. I

I: i fir IwfittvM blacksmith': near this place. She identih -

.' w ..ak I thought "il the pin as belonging to her, !I I Armed Snakes Threatened to Apply 1 '

<, I Sf.'t "lit- hottlfl"ln I Matins that It had been lost sometime I Torch to Towns.
1 ( .ilid in three I t
.:.. -lojipt-tl. II H as" I I Holdenville. I. T, Feb. 20.-About .
:Jii;:' armed Saake
I Indians
av. u-e<1 furry Mr. WheilerGot Rid of His KhcumatismDunns
\'.. I burn Holdenvlllp
truly. the winter <>f 1'!>: I wa o Ship I Pounds to Pieces. WOMEN MOONSHINERS.Three EXPLOSION INJURES SEVERAL. Wednesday, and '
F: \ "' ,.:" '$ I I Marshal Kaase. l learning of their intpntlon :
in fact all !
\Uine in mnsjIiflt4, liver j Mobile, Ala.. Feb. 2< .-Captain Has- !
'. it" In Rolling Mill. my bodv. that I could h: rdly hobble I kell master of the schooner Morris In Virginia Charged With Illicit Plant of Model Printing Company, of placed a large number of deputies .

x "I K.-b >" around, when I bought a bottle ofChainheriaIn't W Childs. has arrived here on the Whisky Selling.Kn01o'III. Birmingham, Is Demolished. i' on guard to protect the city. i
Pain Balm. From While there
'tTc' lUau rmplojoiiHI : I schooner Vila V Hermano and reports .'. Tenn.. Feb. 2-).-Ninety Birmingham Ala.. Feb. :20.-Yesterday were some demonstra. ;
the fir-t application I began to pet tions nothing
: was done.
.. routed mine mat well, and wa-i cured and have work the total wreck of his vessel by Indktments have been returned by the afternoon the boiler in the plant' known for It has been II
some time that
." ''tordaj while oil1 ed-teadily all thp year.-H.WIIKKLKK. : pounding on the stone key at Car- Hut-sell ('ounty.'a.., grand Jury, alleging of the Model Printing company, located -I the Snakes I i I
are Incensed
1 1t H 1 rolls The N.irthwood S.Y. For sale by alldruggi4t dena Cuba. The crew was saved illicit whisky selling.Twentyfive at the corner of Avenue A and, at the springing; up of 0 ,

n Mid in lame way and medicine dealers.. I and Is now on its way to New York. cases are against; Mrs. Nineteenth street exploded injuring new towns all over the Creek nation, 1
; and it is feared that '
*ji.' cntajult-d: in the I The Childs hailed from Boston and i I Bud! Hamey nineteen against Sallie a number of persons and wrecking the :' serious trouble
I O.ut for Legislature.; will be the outcome. I ,
\41&R drawn tnto thefiroujih. Shannon was on a voyage from Baltimore to Ramey and several against Gl.'nevaHamt.y. rear of the building. .

bete* crush. For*>th. Ga,. Feb. 2'X-Dr. John R. Cardenas.He The boiler went through the roof Mounds and Beggs, new towns along I. i ,

1J..lUlwr lH'athlU Shannon a prominent physician of It is claimed the latter professed' sailed about 60 fe.t up in the air and the line of the 'Frisco were threatened Ii'F

"'"1. l'a ;l\nlss district and for many years Recommends Chamberlain's Cough I illness many times when summoned. fell out in the middle of the street. also but they were too welt guarded ;

a mmiH'r of the county board of education Remedy."I I Finally the court ordered her broughton Green Harris. a negro the engineer I and an attack was not made. j ,

Man Suicide is a candidate for the house have used Chamberlain's Cough a litter when she came unassistedand was seriously injured. J. R Bullock, ,i I The Snake Indians seem to be de

t-'. t. *AK K Kirk. from Monroe. Remedy for a number of years and was indicted by the grand jury. a white pressman was painfully scald : termined not to give up their country : L
to law
proprietor of a u.n' I F have no hesitancy in !saying: that it ed, and E. G. McNeil and W. R. Fisher and order without strenuous I '
Ginnery Burned at Clem. F U the best remedy for coughs, colds I resistance.
.tiltat. I Tan.! a'intnltte.1 II' : Dynamite Lets Go Near Dalton were slightly injured. I
rarrollum. Ga. Feb. 20.-Friday I and I have used in United States Marshal .
1 luldJ hiiin'bt croup ever my Dalton Feb. 20' ,While blasting -- Bennett, of :
nlint at OIl1m. this county. 6 miles 'I i' family. I have not words: to express Muskogee, has ordered tbe .
tat night 'I along the right of way of the Dalton Clerk' Wise arrest of ;
southeast: of here the large modern my confidence in this Remedy.MRS. Suggeation. all armed Snake Indians.
11' I and Alaculsy railroad. two negro laborers ; ,
glnn ry of J. J. Hollow)', II. N. Mat- J. A. MOORE, North Itar.j "I have lately been much troubled -, .. I
were injured by a premature I
I 1ich. For sale by all druggists! "
ntOIYttd! Alive.i' lhw and J. H. Jones. each merchants medicine dealers.: explosion of dynamite yesterday after with dvpepia" belching and To ACCOMMODATE those who are ""i .. ,
,, of that place was destroyed by fire. I sour stomach, writes M. K. Mead, partial to the use of atomizers in
*sit*. IVb ::0. | I noon. The negroes were sent to leading pharmacist of Attleboro ap. p ," :
plying liquids into the nasal I.
."f the *.'arch today The plant was estimated as being Buy and Try a Box TonightWhile Dalton by General Manager Beard and Mass., "I could eat hardly anythingwithoutsutTering for -atarrhal irlll/Utll, the passages "t
insured for
J2.- pro i
mn of the rt''f'nt worth $3.000 and was I Ii I placed under the care of Drs. Bivings several hours. My prietors Cream Balm. .
think of it and prepare Price, :
imaka 3::: i','most 000. __ you go buy I and Hightower. This Is the first accident clerk suggested I try Kodol Dypepia including the spraying tube is 75ct. ,, o; I I
",I'etomach COLD-IN TWO- DS.YS j i try a box of Cascarets Candy Cathartic that has occurred In the con Cure which I did with most hap- Druggi.ts i or by mail. The liquid i I.'
the I I ideal laxative, tonight. Vou'lInever 1 struction of the right of way of the py results.! I have had no more embodies the medicinal properties I'!
i U I
) T rOil bIts.a I \ \tlve Bromo QUlnlnrl'mO1'9 it. Genuine tablets trouble and when one can go to eatIng of the solid preparation. Cream i ; ; t, '
CftU"t'. W.iirove's: signature on tvrrybox regret new railroad. which Is now within two I ; ;
: trr 'at inniyf ditr..r : Tries 25 CfDts. ;i stamped C. C. C. Never sold ill miles of Dalton.A mince pie, chee"e, candy and Balm is quickly absorbed by the : I j rl I I
-- nuts after such a time, their di
,-ttunsch trouble'i -- ?eit- membrane and does not dry up the I' U
ready to bulk. All druggists, IDC. ion must be I j ; ;
pretty good. endorse
:'i' 'ii. cay: f.lrl. S. When you get secretions but changes them to a '
',kf'rtnn. "Iowa.: "Imt garden -- ---- Certain Cure for Chilblaln Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily." natural and healthy character. Ely I n

.. ..'ii. -IIIt04 from aut..rl..III' \' plant your spring CASTOnA. Bhaka Into your hoes illen't Foot-F&ce, You don't have to diet. Eat all Brothers, Warren Ht., y. Y. ; : II t
St'm &ch & buy your garden utensils Bears the lh9 Hind YOU Have Alums Boqtt powder.. It cures Chilblalni. Krotbite. the goed food you want but don't 4! i.F' t!

11'dlcIIlP!. .....i 5I1e dealer! by. all from the Willis Hardware Sgutlll't! flf lof l.IruUIIUDd Damp;, Sweating Hboe Swollen Stores,25c.Jeet. At all overload Cure the digests stomach.your Kodol food. Har-Dyspepsia -,I The best cooking stoves !1t,. ,t 1 II ,

Co. &U' Pharmacy, John Sheppard, : with all necessary utensils I! u.
are aPt to result In : heater from the Sidney Kahn :; i .
| ;
scuttles Buy be '
I 'neglected. They can Do you want a magnificent watch II Coal grates, can bought from the Wil- .1 1. ff I

for little money? If so, call on etc. at the Willis Willis Hardware Co. and lis Hardware Co. .
liy < tiling
uji u inj Foley's will II I Know One Sure Urmedytcran at remarkably : Ii '
1 1'aUfov.'I .r. W. .\. D'Alem- Stephens the you.jeweler. He accommodate -] Hardware Co's. keep warm obethiaa cod.: Ita name !ia PlUZ- low prices. I .t: ;t I!

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ONE Government Devising Mean to Meet
I Attltud .f Religious Sects Toward
Same-New Chilian Loan.
One Another.
, Feb. 19.-Among other WORD that word U' New York. Feb. 19.ThEre' Is alarmIn
: OF HEREDITARY Questions pertaining to the Philippines certain circles regarding the financial ll 1's In according to a
situation Chili
I BLOOD TAINT. Herald dispatch from Valparaiso.
J his testimony before the senate committee It refers to Dr.Tutt' Uver Pills and
J Bcrof uU is but a modified form of Blood was the attitude of the different The government Is devising meansto

4 poison and Consumption. The parent religious; sects toward one anokh-1 j MEANS HEALTH.Are meet the crisis. It has directed "
i who is tainted \< tither will sec in the of of more
y relationship you constipated? that the payment ,sums Infants and Children.
tr. He said that generally for
child the Ji-a ,
same e Troubled with Indigestion? than 10,000 pesos be postponed and
: tnandesting itself in is friendly and the evangel- ;) Sick headache
that the appropriation for extraordinary is harmless substitute for Ca-tor
Castoria OH
the form of swollen I (al (hurchvi' are seeking to secure a Virtigo? a I'ar('.
l glandsofthenetkant1 foothold in the Island I Bilious? expanses be not touched. Economies gone, Drops and Soothi11'! Syrups. It is I'l -a-.aiit. itcontains
Insomnia? In various directions will be neither Ior 1 thin orulr otheranotic
throat weak i
offence sores/ lie also referred to the ecclesiasticalcourts ANY of these symptoms and mafiy others carried out. It Is also reported that MilMunce. It destroys! Worms and allays IV\(ri"lin .s<

- I1, eyes.n>l ,aL50.t'l'SC's and of-, 1. saying that under the Spanishrule indicate Inaction the LIVER the new! Chilian loan has been placed It cures iirrliri aid "Wind ( o1ic:. It relieve. To -tliinsr =
the members of the religious You Nd Trouble! and cures Constipation. It regulates
i; f teDt;;-mrs sure white signs twillinj *- + ders could tlect: to have civil ases or-I In Europe at 6 per cent interest. Stomach; and Hotels, giving healthy and natural sJeen! tho

._ concerned tried in The Ch drl'Jl'S 'anaCt'a-The 3Iother' rrit-ud.
Fcrofulx Ihcre may /( .1T I which they were '
!1" nocitfrnalsinsfor( 'r wr' +. I 1 thoes courts rather than in the regu- To Raise Sunken Warship.

r'r'a; long t inif.for the disease des elope slowly lar tribunals. He said that from 25: I Tutt'sPills New York, Feb. Arrangements The Kind You Have Always BoughBears rax*, but the poison is in the to a" persons, Lad been deported from have been made by the Colombian

, b to Uoo.1 1 an I Mill: Lreak out it the first favor the Philippines, where they were sent government says a Colon dispatch to the Signature of

, .blloppurtnmly.: S..S.S'uresthiH\"as, The Journal and American to secure
t authorities Take No Substitute.TANK
to Guam by the military .
ing, '!trucu\e: disease by first purifjingan.I ,i '' the services of a New York Wrecking
building un th<- bl
., .invigorating! the whole system. uhabli'SLose: presence was injurious: !II WINS IN ROME. company to recover from the bottomof

J MBats.mruMir\S 1'ur. ash11teTenn.. lie said that so far as the Philippinesadvueates I II shallow Panama bay the govern'
I t ....: Un )UI..l..yd.\I. h1 rfct.nI'"ut ment armor-clad steamer Lautaro. 0
trrlw'.. ..J D, I of independence had expressed -: Men Are Defeated by Majorityof
in thus wriu which sunk Jan. 13 the Pa-
was on by
t'rrfareb desired
IhcuJr r< ametwnllrn aol t.iirMciifcnne themselves all of them
if !'le 1.-1 d.*,.,,. here and tl'cwhfe '1: 187. dilla. of the rebel fleet. The sunken In Use For Over 30 Years.
I tirnJrJ her iihoul any -nrfit. We decided: Independence with a United Rome. Ga.. Fl L. 19.! -The dispensarywins
It In A. S. S., and a few buulei rated her en States prolt'(torah'. The convention in Floyd county Ly a majorityof steamer not only obstructs navigation Txf CTNtAON COMPANY. TT nuim.y .T IIT. N.w VQKK CITT
but it Is thought that the damage
i I I' which adopted the Malolos constitution 1ST.
makes new and pure i clone was not great, and that the
had been made up largely of After all the turmoil and exclte-
'f Uoo to nourish and I Iautaro can h,> restored to the Co10mbla
I 'slrdY"s.S strrnjthrn the body !t residents of :Manila he said, although nunt attending this tierce\ and spirited! squadron within a short timeIn WOOD AND COAL.

, I anti M a positive and : designated by Aguinaldo to represent )I|I contest the city is quiet and no signs as serviceable condition as she was I
safe cure for Scrofula. the various pro\inces. Comparatively of any disorder or any evidences of a
i It overcomes all forms of Moo.1 poison, i few of the Filipinos, he says, are familiar -i I II public celebration over' the ,'ictory' before the battle. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

whether inherited ior, acquired and no with the' constitution of the
I i are to be seen on the streets.
remedy *) thoroughly; and effectivelyfleinir I Saved Him From Torture. THIS WINTER THAN EVER I5EFORE.
'United States and he did not believethat _
! I. the Lt......!. If have The election was conducted quietlyand
you any
'.1 I bloat trouble>, or your child has inherited Aguinaldo is among those who I I orderly, anti with the exceptionof There i is no more agonizing'toruble SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW.

1 t ; some blood taint tile S. S. S. and get : have this familiarity. I a slight fisticuff affair at the courthouse than piles.make The life constant intolerable.iching and No

the Mood l in goal: 1 condition and prevent when the courtroom was crowded burning
l' 1 the disease doing further damage.: Wants Territorial Form of Government I with voters near the closing! no dis- position ii comfomble. The Witch torture [Thompson, Olsen & Coo
is unceasingDeVVitt's ,
\ Send fur our free book and write our When the
t i Washington Keb. !!I.- order of any Kind has occurred. Hazel Halve cures piles at once. For

I charge phvwrians whatever about for\our mVdical ahict'make no 'consideration of the Indian appropriation I! The dispensary people take the result skin diseases, cuts, burns, bruises, _Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

4 !bill was resumed in the house I (almly and even express some all kinds of wounds it is unequalled. --- -- _
j today )jr. Little, of Arkansas, tht'l surprise that the majority was not J. H. Gerall Ht. Paul, Ark., says:
u- ranking minority member of the In I j j larger. "From 18651! suffered with the protruding I
t I COURTESY HAS ITS REWARD. I Iit. dian committee, addressed himself to Denny & Harris, the attorneys for bleeding piles and could I The Star
I find nothing to help me until u pdDeWitt's Laundry
I .
the conditions in the territory. An the liquor men of Rome, do not look
i Witch Hazel Halve. A few
)1. Millionaire Bsqueathes $1,000 to Chicago anomalous situation:; there, where 317. I upon the content as closed. They bottles completely cured me." Be ,

t : and Alton Conductor. lido) white men had no yoke in state that they have fought the measure ware of counterfeits. HargisV

I. Chi<-aw. Krb I1\*.' Mowellyn Mason.I government, he said, demanded a<. thl'l from its inception all through the Pharmacy, John t riheppard, Sidney I Biggest Busiest Best I .

1 a conductor on the Chicago and Alton by congress. lie contended that a .' legislature and before the people and Kahn. ,

ritorial form of government should will continue to do and that they
rillroH'l.! hits Just r'*<-,-i\ed assutance so

t t +II I that courtesy to tii.- traveling pulilicfumrtinifit I b* btt up there.REWARDS regard their defeat simply as one feature
p 1 I of the campaign. They' intimate
ban its r.11a ,1.'bt'n the 1 Don't Kick

: will of \\" A. Tyler a Hloimiingtun mil- t tI FOR TURNER GANG. that the measure adopted by the legislature \

Vcnalrwan iruliHtnl jfsterility, it I will IH fought on constitutional 4s USpO _' : y if things don't|run to suit you-y.i.

r la* found to contain the following' Governor Beckham Offers Inducementsfor ground, and that they hope to knock : may create a di>'turb1nce0 Ult.-

:i laud"To'*: Frankfort Capture, Ky., Feb.of Criminals.IS.-Governor it out. CORN time If your chins look like a nut-
1.I"'II'n Mason I bfjucaththe II
4' Berkham has offered rewards of meg grater,::and as if there VM-
slim of $1.!MH> nh a remRnition of ; ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN.
I the coiinpoii.4 treatment a--ionlfil rue I $ttl" each for the arrest and conviction 1 cream in the starch, if your collar-

of lee Turner, of have a fringe on them, or a I Imttou
f white tra Hints/ on for Alton road." owner the notorious Spikes Pulled From Seaboard Trackat = PAINT= 1-.I! I

ft : l'on'II.torlallon: Is ovr till years of Quarter House" In Hell county Tucker Ga. 1 bole big enough to run your linf;

the' scene of the latent mountain' Tucker CaFeb. swithoutpaigapeedilyandparaanmdr through, mum is the word''
age and hall teen a rondmtor on the ly.-The second KCBOTU,all Com Bnmou ua Won, Ju>:

Alton for ....arl). 30 )-urb He now' battle; for James Hopper and for 1 i attempt to wreck a Seaboard kain was \ r bring them to this laundry, and.e'ii i :

rtinK a piihurlian train between Chi. I Charles M. Drye. and $:-1111 each for the made yesterday morning; near'nere.The w an Lan Dr Iswaa agtw Cola nil Aaaoefa P1aL sTn ( face will light with joy wtiri y..

t! and I others: unknown who with those namd. / first made .
'oIIW tMffonatrr attempt was by un LIPPMAN IRO$. 'r have attained your desire at la-',

a I Tyler was euredinKlyuriaiin I fired Into a sheriff's posse and known parties about a month ago. 01lCra eEvery ?t' "'t- look like a gentleman.

< wh.n trawling and \ a.- w out II I I.j killed Deputy Charles Cecil. Countv Five ties were piled upon ono anothernear R ut.I

1 .j I to ask. many <|iii>ti)ns In IM.S; het I Judge 1.. K. Kirc rt'I'oUlm'ndt'c\ Fleming trestle and was struck

I 1Ial.\'n11 III take a train UIHIII whit h I offering of rewards by No. 3S, but fortunately no serious ALL WORK C. O. D.

)IIIIK M 1.1ot.n \\/'ondu'lor and :Ma Turner has len located in Tennessee damage was done
nil and w ill be \brought tr Kentucky TELEPHONE 114. *7 E. GARDEN S )
t..n sl.| -nt of his Ht>Hr time on t Limn I Yesterday: morning Foreman Kemp

1 is I t.. Chu'alllI; in talkiiiR to him. The govt-inor also offered rewardsof i and his section ( re
I Thn-1 or four titiifb Lath \tar Ma I $:_IMI each for the arrest of three I eral bolts on the rails loose near the Woman

rt I M>n carried the ru h lIIan'bttMt-cn masked! men who. at Fulton several I same plal't'I the former obstruction inlereiteil anti tfuraM know WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.

Jatl"IOth\"lU" and Chit arn and 1 1S later Inntftiiii das ago/ dragged Hill Dooley, an inoffensive was tt4'tl l about the wotklfiful lMtRVEL

Y i tween Ill" and Chi> um. amine negro trom hid home and I Robert floss one of the section t tt "t ,t t q, TllP nfW* l Whirling. ljrlMf. Spray I i irtu !'
't 1,1' er once timl of the old man's i killed him. I I. aid of the snow tracked! and over rt u let-wnul'unvrulnd.A. rrr.a. (laftrtlirr. IaJ I 1- W B, WRIGHT>> GOfflPflE
1 suet t lnna took the man that was supposed to IIIIruw.h.Ualr, l

..>tr Tyler made his last trip with I Drye Arrested. : have placed the obstruition. Lr It.IllwrrnnulMlDPlyiGO. ;

t we four )'ear ago an I had almost Knoxville. Ft-b. 19.! -Charles M. I loss refused to give his name but M'R' It. .c... 1 Do ee i MANUFACTUKEK3 AND DEALERS IN

passed 1 from my mind," said Masonyesterday ])r'p. for whose arrest Governor Berk- 1 *>avs he lives near here. I IU.lrdl..II..k.. lou'.w'ndrtn-..I..'...'tor II Knee It, I'
I ham of Kentucky, yesterday offered arpwa..d .' full pannvlaraamt'hrr! nun., In.alu.bit 'I LUMBER LATHS
ILladtea-M 1Nt..t.t'4!.. ,
of .0'\ was arrested here this ,1 I IHoolll
-- -
morning. Uije is said to have been Pensions Paid to Soldiers. :Kc Times MIdi.. .Newutn.. i 1i.Lij
This Will Intrreit Man. one of the men !in Turner's quarter Madison, Oa. Feb. 19.-Ordinary T. --)Miei Sad)

To quickly intniducp Ii l 11. H. i house R Haldwin has about finished payingthe
fight near Middlesboro last Wednodday. PENSACOLAE. j PENHACOLA FLA.
( Botanic Blood Itulni', the fannuihouthern -" but he claims he had, nothingto pensions for the old soldiers of

Mood cure, into new Morgan county There are C3: pen: I ICONSERVATORY
do with It He admits hf conducteda
tWill".., we will +eiid.alxolutely free si\.lllt'rit In this county.FoleyV i : ESTABLISHED 1863.
restaurant In the lot near the quay ( OF f MUSIC I
1OIUI trill treatment: *. 1 I'.otanicIUo : - -- ----- -
t tcr house, but states that when h"1
i < td It tint < it. 11 l H I > quickly cures ,

.1 (skin drl ulcer and tdood, "cr.'ful.leczeuui luunorc.tncer.: Itching'. '' saw the the officer's hills Dryp posse is coming a negro.he ranover and cou'h,heal awed*Honey the by lung attack and W.Tar of A.cures Ia D'Alem-grippe the O'L' CHAFFEBS, Director, ,II i McKENZIE OERTING & CO..

I lug, f..t..fllI .ore-, ln>il-carbuncle-s: I
berte, 1 TJ1 ti. I'alafox.How 1 I-FALIE8 Ill' 0
plmplrHur olteiMVf I'ruI'UUII.[ ;i. pain- ACTOR GETS FIVE YEARS.
Piano Voice Culture Violin
in b>inr. ...r joint-, rhvuniiti-in: c.i-
Idooij -kin !lt lour Hlrinryn Ir Organ. Cornet Mandolin, Guitar, | Ship Chandlery end General Hardware/>>
t rrh. oruny or trouble.lUamc [ At Pistol's Point
; Held Up and Robbed >r HoMis Siaraifusl'iilsrunallkiiliHjrins.Sample : Cello, etc. !
HI/I! ll.ilin i H. It. i.i) heal free Add eleraglietlleae(0.Laagt'ur> 1
Restaurant Cashier. 80H AM 80A ?t. PAI"U'OX 8TUKKT.
Also Director
every i-ore or pimple makes the Ppnsacola Concert
;. hlootl pure and' rich and ""top alluchfH Kansas Citv. Feb II.-C.: F:. Mortcdpu -- -.......---. C..ENO"Y -
1 and p.iiii-. Itnt.uiic KIoiulHalm an at tor. found I guilty on his Thos. C. Watson & Co., Baud and Elite Orchestra.

t i n, H. i.i I thoroughly; tested second trial of grand larceny, has been the leading Real Estate Agents, take REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROKBLINO'S HONH CO."'

k forStjeurn: iii ht'-piutl l and private; BrnteniH! to the penitentiary for fits all the worry otf the shoulders of the Brass and String Music Furnished ; GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUWEL! SON'S PPMPH

practice, 1 hi4: curt-d tln'U-.uid-ii'f: l yrarsMortfviK. owners of property manaue the ill Occasions. Cum Ccrdiei Falitt! 3ilJ. nautical: lastrumiols! Chili 1Rt14rt. fkilnOOMIMH

tsar" gUeu up ahi'pele+:. Sold at <>. at the point of a revolver, renting of their hou-se* and the collection
: !OI"S, LOOH. hit
I Jl 1 1.11'1 bottle. For Address cambia Hotel.
1 drug tore *. per :a held the cashier of of their rents a< cnn up a restaurant
fire tre.ittllrlit write to litooil liillllCo :ly as they' would them-elves. Htudio: Parlors of Fi-st Baptist: C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting Agent for Hir Pilot Benevolent Association ;
and the
bartender in
a saloon in tho
\tI.Ull.t.t. Medicineent I
I at Their charges are very reasonable; I 1 Church. .
1 ,. I once. |> 'P.litl. De.cribetrouble and 1 downtown district, He pleaded guilty
,j free toed it'aI I advi h e ;Siven.i I ItotilllicIlloiul and said he wanted the money to start -

Htlni .11. H. R. give* life a rompanv of players on the rodd He lflCOO fr.. I CURE YOURSELF 1 1P -tretluth to the Idorid. 'Flictiuet I'M Vigil for nnn 'Qnl
was given
a sentence of Ifi
years on
Awarded at Fart ,
Hard Sense. di.chargrotntlaa.m.nnn ,
itlood\ in.ulir.: tanic
Ponder the barge of highway robbery but irntatu or uiem&tjn ,
lllood Ililin 15. It H.I) K'ivHliPMltliy x cf niucona Dirmbrau <
the pui'rem' point reversed the veii C Pxlnleag. and not ntna-
i I' riipply to ttieklti andfUtire .
,. i dirt on the ground that he t'ommitte'grand .
i yem ] Sold tj UrartUU.r .
-- larceny and not rubbery.llrHiillful auiNAlAROCHEWINE _
It takes common sense, sent in plain wrarr-- -
l 'd 1 1>T ttftrti,
i I'lurlnic llrnhunir. prepanl
A -- --- -
added to superior judgment and ) 10/. or 3 toUl, |j"CircuUr
In phi'in: : :> lioiitf let !It fate: the -non.Infr.ltesilmal sent vi. V4u u
experience: to be superintendent
.<'uthIr as nearly' 1.0 :1'1 j a railroad. Such a man never recommends .Cr. LsI5SErOLISMPILLS
I >ew I!1IItII,1; : ll..iursli-i'l. It Isoolor:
Preilpltaivd earthward how charmitin'ou ; anything that he has not Hithfsl recommenditions for cure of Poorness ; ENNYRQYAL
and in \vlntor tlnia General te-
in summer \\iruu-r: ct hlood Stomach troubles end
i ) seem himself subjected to crucial test. b'ity. Intrusts the irpm'e. strengthens 1- .,Origin ant oar -
one f.u-in either rust >r \\i--t. The The Incomparable whiteness of jour 4 .., ,..
the builds the entire stcm.ty
nenes nil11tsIlIt'
and up > .4 .w C
In during! the hottest crystallized entity A prominent railroad superintend ." t.\/It: 'I
tun KUiunur ; part : t :f la U. (..14 ,
l.t the day IS nearly directly overhead '' Causes dream the?" question "Are you but a ent, living at Savannah, Ga., in PARIS me Urouui l +-4.'\>:1.:l''....".r....... ...vb.IIIUIJ.7.a...' .oth< .... ,, 'k.
and d.H-H nut hUine !in M> toruulyln: a which city he was born, says he V rauerra To.txnili. i.. f U...... -. -,....t....'...ra" T,, ,...

fc*utli window In winter %\h,'ii low ., Obs nlnB the rapidity with which you feels better than he ever did, and / VI. !, Jr5 .eo'...."wr/l.rII...I.ui'r-' ... ..
j In the hoa\on. the south window ,;, t'rscend, we areStruck -- A 'Ir t .
hl..bro.r i "
he had the worst of dyspepsiaon d .
t dumb by your beauty, and, ourraises "'aW.. ..yYMIr. t
J I 'rtcbt's irore: of the t-un's rays
hufh record. He had no appetite and
I Then we ascertain dismay that < There's lots of money to be made
Peruvian Cabinet Crisis. senses hay' font.-d us. the little he ate disagreed with him, in real et\te-Ioti: of it. A real estate ANTALMIDThev

jl jlj j Lima IVm. Kl 1H: .-The rahlrrtcrltlj Yours not h.utlful'now ; >'ou'r# nothing causing him to vomit often. lie sign 1 U usually a flnarer-board to
cpntlninThi- minister of I.\.i >li.xh'Cincinnati: head breast and wealth. Thos.
i had pains in the C. Watson & tiny ,, ', I
-- Commercial' Tribune.Kidney Capsules ;ire! !
.ar II lnn>otei.t in the fate of the stomach, but after using three bot CO., the leading Heal Estate firm, I to Balsam of
I Copaiba
ttnation___ tles of P. P. P. he felt like a new U lI' have -ome offers which it would :belj* and Injections
I ; : ct mpl.iiut bill- more peo be worth your while consider. Go PD Y I
t 'I When j'IIU1.ll'k energy, U" not rell 1 pie than other di-eae. This i- man. He says that he feels that he /7 and see them to-dav. and don't wait They cure in 48 hours the
l.h your Lard feel dull and -topid.aftrV tae to the die.i-e being-o in-idiou- could live forever if he could always ,!J,. till to-morrow. I I saD.P .jlo;('i,,.j mtbrtut. ny.i:! .".
\. 9'1Ilu..1\I1 .IIIII..d 1'i-t doeofClianilwrlun"
>;tonufh A. LiverTablet' that it Ipta rfood hold on the sr"- get P. P. P. His name will be given i,.,_ 'C httS1l p RV ti i nsucciSTS
I They will 1Utke you f-n| rem before i' t irecognized.. Fol",,'- on application to Lippman Brothers the .. CHOICEST
Kidney Cure will
like me- man and rive you an appetite prevent the aevelopment proprietors of this great remedy. }-GOLAY-}
>f fatal l r.f
<(1i-ea< if taken I If
i!I like a bear For dealer"aln by. alldrurgi.te lltimp. W.n'AI..mbt'rtt'. 1211'S. Dyspepsia in all its forms is promptly ..... -OF--

; and medicine Palafox. and permanently cured ly P. P. P. General Grist and Corn '
Meal Mil's

; ,j Fotey's Honey ana Tar The man who owns nls own tom' Debility and lack of energy give place to vim and ambition through f FRUITS ANOCONFECTIOMERY ij [ I ,

I cures colds, presents pneumonia in-sure* him-elf against lots of.rouble the use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and hereditary B. F. GONZALEZ i CO., Prop i,

: and worry. Nobody can ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and banishedby -AT- I ManDfactcrrn

:olIl.ttill" raise hi* rent, and the rent day has P. P. P., as are also Catarrh and Malaria P. P. P. is a purely vegetable CHOICE MKAL J) PUKKGKOLND

'' been authorized to takeeab.crtpttone no terrors for him. It' 1':1-y to"own compound which has steadily grown in favor for years. C. APOSTLE'S STOCK FEED.
forVm.. Jennings i home now-a-days. Tho
) C ,
dl SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.. Patronage Home Indaitry, for there .1
"The Commoner. Watson & Co. can tell you'how
j lrYItIl' paper. ; noT every reason you should bay your Mfal a; '
'. The price' t* t 1.1"- per year in ad- ->:isyiti>. Call and see them LIPPMAN BROTHERS LIee& BLOCK. Savannah Ga.Thb 14 East Government St. Stock >(,00 from the liome MaogfkCta-'
,f Taui-f. 'Ibo-e de-iriu the paper for by so doing you encourage noit.e IndL-
C AST.On.JA.: : try. Your money ii left in the commun :rand
11n-l'it rent to them by
an :
r Formerly Cordova ReHaurantl'5taDd. you in turn are Indirect y beflC5tEi-
lbe 6d
the uuder"irued.H. iron the T hats A's1rl Bw dgnatare Ii en every box ot the genoine lo fO8trln the home manufacturer rca

I. Rlx'II F.. bat .. .A 1"1l Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets One car-load of Pineapples at ?1.T5 1&tribute tothecommonltyInwhich to the cause of labor. Ion lire out and

Care Daily News. I j' ..< (9r. f7V'V/the remedy tW cures a cold In one U/ I I to 12.00 per dozen. i: wblcb contributes to your aopport yon


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THE DAILY. NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLOfflb/C FRI 'Y.'F.Ei ftUARY 21, ('852. .. j
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BAYONETS USED ON ................< ;


and Mea1eCo'ghUt
V of aD .
the .
fiiL All mothers praise It. wants to put out a fire she doesn'theap 4' trt malt ''I
? 2 on oil and wood. She throws !
it for Bronchitis 8
n prvwrili* tiffti JJtiskey .
.w n..>*, Gnj>i>e, Pneumonia and Casualty List Lenghtened by N on water.knowngthatwaterquenches Accident on Columbus, San-
<'.lItiun. ijuk-k, euro reanlta. fire. When: a woman wants (o get KIDNEY COlE UIi
Conflict. well from diseases her II CAl CV'C
Every peculiar
fue the dnlrr'a 8 sex.
iu; nbaiuie. dusky and Hocking Road. And the Best Llqaon
she should not add fuel to the fire DLL I IIMrIItIMIIIII
: already burning her life away. She I of all kinds served by I'
Dr.Bull'sCOUCH I ADDITIONAL REGIMENTS ARRIVE should not take worthless drugs and 0S ONE MAN KILLED, FIVE INJURED j I Polite and Courteoaj

; potions composed of harmful narcotIcs ; or money refunded. Contihn Attendants.

SYRUP Troops Are Constantly Patrolling the o and opiates. They do not check ij I remedies recognized by eminent
the dISease-they do rot cure it-they Two Engines and Thirty.two Gondola FULL MEASURE AID

; i IS cures when others fail. I Street to Preserve Order-Indus-I simply add fuel to the fire.Bradfield's. 4' Cars Were Wrecked and One of the I physidns u the best for .
.ISIicurcCoiutipation. 50 pill oc. Female! 0 I trouble FIlE QUALITY. *
trial and Commercial Life of the 0 Kidney and Bladder
-- --- Regulator should: be Engines Blew Up-Train Was Going
SON AS COLLEGE HEAD. Spanish City Is Paralyzed. C takenbyeverywcn'.an t U Up Steep Grade at Time. .IUCi a. ... ..... D&NNHEISSER BROS. i
or girl who has the 0 w. A. D'ALEMBEFTE.
Ilarcelona. Feb. 19.-Two additional slightest of
".,, t Asked to Accept Presidency of j of the ai! 8 Colunbtis, 0.. Feb. 19.-As the
regiments of Infantry arrived here any I 'I Harper Iis1ey.r .
suit of
Alabama meets which afflict a broken rail at 3:21 this PARKER'S
University. this morning and the city now bristles ___ re-I -
___ r women.
ing one man was killed and five ain House 401 8. Palafox street.R. .
Ala. Kvb. : They will simply 8! ; ,... -
t:1: !!>.-influen with bayonets. The troops are Inces- Cleat ui tmaufitf the h lr.Pmmoirfl
be wasting time 0 on the Columbus Sandusky and Hocking ft toiunanl pruwth. R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. .
4 if tho alumni of tie L'nirthnma -! santly patrolling the streets, occasion until they tale it. I lever FUU to Betore Ony 0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla.
The railroad near the1'1.on avenue Hair to its Youthful Color.
\ are discussing I ally charging and dispersing mobs. Regulator is v*>Ip < k t.Uir. Phones 116-2G8.
a purifying crossing at Co-1 I C\&m" =
1 Shepards a suburb of n- d| ITuyguu
-!I.I IVarnon Hobmrn! in
shuts were exchanged on the Uranvia. strengthening I '
L thf n-sldency of th,> _tonic which I lumbus. .- -- --
The rioters raised barracks in one of I at the roots feta -
WIlliam Smith the
man was
v at Tuscaloosa. his retin the suburbs and the troops carried disease and cures I
the cause. It does not drug : the engineer on one of the locomotives !
navy ti.thg; now a'hlun. them at the point of the bayonet. The the it eradicates it. &
I pain of a double header that left the city I .
I casualty list is lengthened by every It stops(falling the womb ,
leuc rrhl'a. inflammation about 3 a. m.. and his watch I
;' ", r... of the unftrroltyluat conflict. Industrial and commercial and periodical suffering, ir- 6) stoppedat (Auotsior .. ...., WoobiL)
3:21: showing the time when the
-. on account of In. life in Harcolona is paralyz'd.0 Kuiar, scanty or painful IMPORTER AND JOBBER OFEard'VV'are
fatal crash !
menstruation; and by doingall came.
& r-il thn students and i goods, arrived here yesterday and this drives away the
Two engines and 32: gondola
H snior professor has there in great scarcity of meat bread hundred and one aches and cars I.
pains which drain health were wrecked and one of the engines : :
har*" of the executive and other foodstuffs. and beauty happiness and "
r blew UThp\ train was making the ,
-\Hut ion. Thli university hall and the schools Rood temper from many a
woman's life. It is the one 8 grade at the
Shepards at
.. '. piisittt' this time for art closed.!' remedy above all others I Iron. Nat's! Axes, Shorels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Bapplles, Oookinj
The dt'ad'ihhiam: Smith, of
institution i is anilHi The I leaders! of the workmen's committees which every woman should and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Glass,
and "I
know ab mt use. gan engineer, head crushed and badly
*- men ami hold a have been; arrested and the .1.00 |MT iHittlM 0 scalded. 11(81" 8:1d Tinware and Ilousefarnisbing Goods.
.. tli affairs of th> col- mwtiriK places have been closed.! Teresa at &ny drug tor U
I- _ 0 The Injured:
is i oncwled to bo a flue Claramunt is the anarchists Gang, Pistols and Fishing Taokl.
among _ _ Send for our freIliutratrd Frank
Wintering; aged; :21! of Oro-I I
a hc-lmlar anti a man'n.ra1Iy. imprisoned.' The police continueto book.The !

K It is lik*- make many arrests. < gan fireman; both legs broken and ,.II I AtiENT tor Birmingham Rolling Mills Company Revere QUnl
Brad'fictJ U body scalded; taken to Protestant hos
tfon-1") In Alatiama willIIIW pital. I Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery neel Company, Laftln A Basil

his name to he conRS NEW SHIP LINE BEGINS. _ 'Regulafo1' CO. :o 7. S. Sweet engineer both ankles I I Powder Company, Johnson's Ealsomlne, Iron KiBg and Back's Btorei

r., S Atlanta, Ga. u scalded and back injured; age 33, resides and Ranges, Wm. Coups 1Co..', Raw Hide Lace Leather Masnry'i Read S
-- -- Freight Service Between 'Frisco and ;, n Made Railroad Colois.Masonic .
== == 1333Vosley avenue; taken to

f DUEL WITH GUNS. Francisco Hawaiian Feb.Islands.19.-The departure I IRan I! ___ _n rrotestant hospital.J. Temple. P sacola. Via.F. .

Oickbon.. right lg; and side bad I
,-- and Deputy Sheriff Fight at of the steamer Meteor for Honolulu Bivalves Scarce and High. bruised
ly and head cut, residence
Close Range. and other Hawaiian ports via New York Feb. 19.-Oreat scarcity Lewis Center; taken to Protestant hos C. BRENT, WM. 11 KNOWLE8: : W. K. HYEK, JR., J. 8, REEBI.:

:tbm Ala Fab. 19.-Late Seattle and Puget sound (this marks I of oysters and fish is prevalent here, pital. President. Vice-President. Cashier. An't CaibUr. S

.. !$} a*!.rnoon Detective A. J. the beginning of a new ocean freight owing to the recent heavy storms. I Drakeman Henry Ti ton. shoulder

.. 'ki and Deputy Sheriff: W. I. service between San Francisco and the Oysters hAve gone up 10 per cent In dislocated.

,0 re"t oc Socond tnu and after Island) is announced.The price and the market men are unable Conductor John Klncald. side crush First National Bank

?... "-. >icBt rooTereatlon dr.!w pis. Meteor is owned by the Globe to fill all orders because of the crippled ed.

'. .n-1 flr..l Hevcral shots at each Navigation company and is one of the transportation facilities. Then

thr it foi! racf.Ti trio of fast freighters, which will hereafter has b..en an advance of 300 per cent OAST 'H2A.tho .

,a they had been overpowered leave this port every :20!( days In the prices of some kinds of fish. The Kind You Hate Alsays... OF PENSACOLA.FLA.

ml lootr weapons' taJten, aWAY It de. j and compete with th. Sprcrkels line Nearly all the fishing schooners at SIp&tm J ,for #. J
-:ope1 that LOTS had received a bul- ', and the American-Hawaiian companyfor Fulton market remain tied to the DXH.JIOTOH.: ..

.t wound In oae hand but that Sul- j the sugar carrying and general wharves because of the lack of clam WM. H. KNOWLE8 W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, W. K. HTER. JB

itttn .M antoach'd. notalthstandlngth ,I merchandise trade. The other vessels bait. D. G. BRENT,

tr.. retarded as expert pistol ':. are the Tamplco and the Eureka each LODGE DIRECTORY

..rtiTh 'I of :2.000 tons. Non of them will car Tuskegee Negro Conference.

.} illnpute b.tween the two men .I ry passengers.Well Tuskegee; Ala.. Feb. 19.-The eleventh KNIGHTS-OF PYTHIAS rll'! ad mIlU: EI WI! B fl1 ad II1L

!i jnd-ru' >o<1. grew out of a contro- annual session of the Tuskegee
I Known Surgeon Dead.
'T.y gardlni the recent Jail dellv'j negro conference assembled at Tus-
San Francisco. Feb. 19.-Dr. Levi Pen acolft Lodge, No. 3, K. of Pn
h.r* Cooper Lane, a surgeon died at his b Normal and Industrial Institute meet every Monday evenIng ,,We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Ireland

home In this city from a general break today. Booker T. Washington!; will at7.31 at Castle Hall Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia, Nor
at all the In the Bloant -- Watioiballdlng Sweden Denmark and other
WRECK ON SOUTHERN. preside meetings. way, European countries.
I lIng of the He the .
down system. was third floor. ,

-- founder of the Cooper Medical college'. $100,000 Blaze at Bellefontaine. & Visiting welcomed.brethren oorfllail ..-Vessels Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and theli i
Broken Axle Causes Accident Near and the Lane hospital. He was 69 CAMPBELL, Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Dart :'
Iron City Ala. yearft oM. I Bellefontaine. 0.. Feb. 19.-Fire H. UORRLCR. C. C after Vessel Arrives there.IWSafety t

;Iron t city. Ala. "Fell 19.-A broken which started in Steward's livery barnat K.R.AB.

\'It'1! th- hthouiiil freight; train Marquis (Ito at Hong Kong I Graff 0.. Tuesday night caused a --- --- -- Deposit Bozea for Rent in Connection ii'ii'I

,n Ih.. "Ih"rn rnllroa.l illtrhp'l ttni lions: Kong. Feb. 19.-The Marquis I $IooO \/l loss. with which we have a Private Apartment for the U.. I

I.J i 1 mil' went (if this place yrster Ito. \\'ho left: Naples .Ian. 23 cnroute I Itcwaro :>T Ointments- for-Catarrh tha BEST FOR THE I; of .. i

'4\ *V nlnil HlMiut 7 orlock for Japan landed hfre privately today ; Contain Mercury.J -
- i
iri" .,,-uu tramp wa< kllli-d. Hi* and \'Islted-h.e_governor. J mercury will:! surely; destroy the -'. S

r.tnif Is unknown I sense cit Mnell and completely derange BOWELS ROYAL STANDARD \\VHISKEY
A r H-kinn crt-w was sent from Atlanta tile whole system when entering -

l Taint fir/ dpld}1'.1 for sex j \Vore than an alarm of fire at } it through the mucous surfaces. If you bann't a recuUr... hemltby,, lm>..nncnt. of the
.rlil l hours h<>fore the wrk couM boUlifiiin night i is the brassy croup, which I Such articles should never be used bowi-li ftirj div.I"III'.n.l.)well.u re Korro.tti III dante or roi)4.ill the\ to".TOo.h.Kr j.eof*|mootb-> foul.i,, 8 Years Old, i in Gases of 4 Full Quarts, at $3.20 per case I'I ii.
lent ri
It.u.,.! -10unils like the children's death except on prescriptions from reputable e-t i'.-. --t. m.ij-t i"rrlii"ajr ut kci"mi! Ue Iwwelflr
physicians; as the damage they : r&nj clean 19 10 tale
knell and it mea s death unlesssomething I will do i is ten fold to the good you CANDY THIS WHISKEY I is distilled at the Nelson Co., !i

I iti-iu W,&" MI I):id that. !' !; i U done quickly. Foley's can possibly dri\e from them. CATHARTIC ., Distillery, and i-j fully matured in wood
I nut- Irvin
inlly 1 walk tr.tIIl'ain I in hi< ..houllr in-tant relief and quickly cure the I by F. J. Cheney & (,',>., Toledo 0., I celled I') quality by any Whiskey of the same age I 4
contains Ill) JiJt>rCUI"\'. and is taken no matter where produced. The Standard
ami "lIIt.< sit IIM lx*. I'. 1 I1. -
) 1'.
wor-t form* of croup. Mrs. L. : I
inteinally. acting directly upon the ei; ht years old when bottled, and I
I'ru-Uv I >h. 1'okf K..ot and I'ota-- Cordier, of Mannington, Ky., writes: _ considering I'
I blood and mucous: surface of the its excellent quality, i is; the cheapest whiskey In S
nii wi; rH..irtdt<>. anJ Irvin iW i- "My three old girl had a severe i
year In Hall's Catarrh the market at that
.1 Illli system. buying price. As a beverage, and as
> l.l'V.! [ | case of : the doctor said sh> I
croup Cure be sure you get the genuine.It an absolutely pure stimulant, there I is; none better.
I II.. w h., I" f"plln i 11I1..rablp. .uf- could not live. I got a bottle istaken internally and is made in Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to I I,

.: with! IypjiU amiiiul Indl Igr.4- 1 F..lpfOI1"v and Tar, the first. i Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. LIKE CANDY indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining
: 1 i ftn tiniet with IZZj1t...4. do-e'goav" quick relief and saved her 'r rIlr. Testimonials free.ays EAT 'EM Tint ood. 1Good.Srver the whiskey. 1 M not satisfied with the quality be \

I it., wll t.} tike 1'.1',1'. atI1 ..." IMme !substitutes.. A. I' 1 .
D'Alemberte 131 S. Talafox. I. .. V.rit fur free e&ut1shsn4 Iwokltr ONiealth. 'I
I I' I' I'rlrkh'.h.. I'oke per bottle. AddrrnllNd 413an be refunded.All .
1 1I
II.I I I' -tiuitt will cur you 1i i Hall's Family PilU are the best.i'yny.IiaI'aiu BE:' KDT { IIP.". rHIIK.O.r JEW t\lHti. orders should be accompanied by either

I in.--: tI,.. dit.ajfl its incip- i I ..:dquukys:1se p't1y.n.I.amOr"! iullamwootuciuth"toruaL the TlckllnR, i Krllrtf- --1U1t.tway- KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I 4_ tIGHTYLARSOLD curnny, po to ice money order, bank draft orex'I i'
press money order. We refer
and to J First National S I
makes a fin-wly cud otcoiyhs sod colds.In
-, |.|i. iii."ftt prti-on, body cover.and MASONS AT CINCINNATI.Over nA;; L Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. ; I Ii

..'r.[ '-. two liot'le* of 1'. Hot Pursuit of Murderer. 1 I
I1--; 'kly! A..h. I'ok Uuot. and Winona. Miss.,; Feb. 19.A largeparty I ;' :
in t 'lIrl'j th.* dl"e,|>"'. IlKlkifi. a Thousand Assemble for Golden of citizen are pursuing Tom S. A. FRIEDMAN, i

I. ut lively a. .1 ttH-yt-ar- Convocation. Brown, a nepro. who this morning j WING ij HOP r & 60. .I

('illf'innatl.II.. 19. Over thousand SOLE
a shot ami killed Mert' Williams, son j PKOI-KIETOK PEXSACOLA, FI.A. ,II

prominent Masons have ({ of a Baptist minister. Williams wa? i I'

f nicy's Honey and Tar ter''(1 h<'nat the Jrrottibh Kite (' .gis'l I a spiMtator at a negro!; dance andquarreled Importer and Dealers In- 11 isiie'1 '". O. BOX 11""$. TF.LEPHONK: 178. S
( 01
r A'o opiates. , dral) tip to today for the golden convocation with Brown who went away Chinese and Japanese it hnu** jmuj *CBMiK>** J5ti I, 01S

-STTOBACCO- SPIT of the rite of the valley of I !got: a revolver returned and shot \\"il ,I .A..lJSSS lLsJ aWI handle every class of Liquors sold, In \

O 0 I and SMOKE: {Cincinnati which was established in Hams who di.<1 on the trot. I, Fancy Goods, i are bulk or bottle down., wholesale or retail, at prices that I I
\ ourLifeaway this city 50 years aco. | way ; '.
"'f any form olltiliacro usinzwtT While prominent Masons attend :: Tramway Sold for $8,500,000. FINE CHINA TEAS, AGENT FOR THE: FAMOUS PABST BEER. I
:* i>tr,'nlor. niienr: full i Denver. Colo.. Feb. 19.-The News "
this convocation there \er'
f l.y UL-ni; MO-TO-BAC. n 31 South Palafox St. -
". >k nirn -" ,''%. :\I.ln)' gua was such an attendance as this week. ,;: today Pays: Negotiations which have !i

.':hlltan''t, Cure guarainrr crr 5OOOOO ll. ok! I>r. J. Inaz I'rioto. of Mexico, presided.Thirtythird : I', been pending for some time Involvingthe Laundry Office. Pensacola, Fla. WICKE & CO. I IS ; ::1
nale of th. Denver" City
\-KIF.oIrp'S STERLI16.111' : and thirty-second degree .. ,
- --
\ aiivi or New York. 4J7MIIIUIrKHY. -- -
to the Whitney-Ryan.Wlde-
men are present from all parts of : I

; the country. The program covers four ner-Elkins syndicate of eastern lnve W. C. MONROE, Plumber Gas and Steam fitter :1

"r"i uned takthimethod: days and includes excellent music and : torn. for $[R.5no.nno are said to have I I :
be >n practically completed. I
0: iier serviceas a all the pomp and ceremony of the ATIO IlL'E'J -AT.. LAn; : I. i

Ucen-ed midwife, havv best ritualistic work. No. & South Palafox Street 'I : I

; ; ) years experience. Favorite Nearly Everywhere 0 FISHKIl IIULIUNG.: All Kinds ol Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand I I

S h..t Hf references from Island Sinking In Sea. I Constipation means dulnes, de- I 'l'EMII"HOIfE S215 -. rKrigAooiA.' FLA.THEGARDENSECTION. I I Ii

v-icians of this city. Berkeley, Cal., Feb. 19.-Professor press'on. headache, generally" disordered j .
MRS. M. OWI>E;;", health. DeWitt's Little F. M. WILLIAMS,
California !
K. F. Hitter, of the University of I I
i ill I :South" DeVilliersKt.4iii4 : Early Risers stimulate the livr,
has made the discovery that ;
I open'the bowels and( relieve this CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER i r
the famous
Santa Catalina island !Safe and thorough.
from lhf Northern AVouil S condition. i :
..t-iu.tic! .ru.u cure rc..ula. S pleasure resort is slowly sinking Into [ They never ripe. Favorite pill,.. Estimates Promptly Famished o-OX*---o I II

the Pacific ocean. He estimates that Hargia' Pharmacy, John Sheppard '

?1 i' i '(! r-1 t 'il fromtlzeclzeapiLUU the it was island formerly is now 170 feet lower th.n I I Sidney Kahn. Buildings;( of All Kinds. I Pensacola, Florida. !: .. : ;1 ;i::1

est to the very : MODERN DENTISTRY |

1 urniture at MarstonI.W. Near East Hill Electric I '
S / I Snow Whitens Kansas Fields. -ATMODERATE- Railway Terminus.

4 1Hl.'s. Wichita. Kan., Feb. 19.The heaviest

snowstorm of the season is falling PRICES.
.. Beautiful Lots for Sale. ; 1
In this section today. It drifts 10. I Dn ..... :
I... ....
hut little and covers the wheat fields and Have Your Teeth Examined
Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sod: In bulk. Call f 40x137 '
% feet at from I
giving them needed moisture and pro II $75 to $200 each accord
sell .
who tries to ,
Beware of the dealer and get an estimate of the cost I .
tection. ing to location
"somtUl1 S just u,jopd." of your work. and surroundings. : .

You will have pride in yon own Everybody ha a right to a little DR. BOULTER Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View i .
of this earth. But they must Convent. ,
flower gardens if they are on your piece 17 S. PaUtox Opposite
I watch their High Dry Fertile Lands. S
own ground. Your: husband can buy fight for it. They must ,
WHISHEY a home, and he can do it now, although I chance to get it, and get it. :
he may think otherwise. I I Thos. C. Watson & Co. N Tew--S- tock of IqFur- The grandest opportunity for investment ever .

Every woman wants a home of her have some particularly fine bargainsto inshings and offered in Pensacola.

I I' own and if she will have a talk with offer just now, and they invite Decorations in great variety
'Thus.C.Watson & Co., the to come and inveetigate game.
leading Real Estate Agents, they you You will never regret having done and at lowest prices at Home Seekers Should See These Lots. S ;

can show her how easy it is to get 80. Marston $ Quina's. :
I lone. A. V.ClubbsComer I' k
Thla aigaatu la ca .err box ef the gennlnaromoQuinioeTtbM. .
Educate: Tour Bowels With ratcareta.I -r8- Laxative .

Sold ty Dannheisser Br s. I I I lOc Candy:,SSc. If Cathartic C.C. C.tal1 cure druggists constipation refund forever.mooej. /YV'Vtthe Rmodl tba$ cart*S c M U 9mt ...?. Garden and Alcaniz Streets. } ., ,



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Strikers Murder Workmen-Mob
: -
L t. ''I BBMr4' the Felt Office at Fcnucola Storms Ar1ien l.
from the captain of the Caused the Death of the
,....M uoona-elAii m&tt r. I A message Indirectly
t I -" steamship Winifred was received World's Greatest General.It Barcelona.murdered Feb.three:20.: -The workmen strikers who today The 42d Annual Statement for Year

j II Onzci: pm Bulldlnl.m 60' tb FalsF' afternoon by
t pa,uiri.UBLieHKD. from Tampa yesterday is a matter of history that Na- wished to resume work. The proprietor Ending December 31st 1901 of
: _____ the Gulf Transit Company In whichit ,
.1 poleon was a gourmand, an inordinate of a bakery who raised the price of

: ? BY was stated that the freight con- lover of !good things of the table, bread was also killed.

THE HEWS PUBLISH 00. signed to Pensacola merchants was and history further records that his It is hourly becoming more apparentthat

f I not damaged to any great extent in ( favorite dish was fried onions; his anarchists are the prime moversin THE! E UITABtE! tIrE A UB1V E Itn

;I! I Tftrmr-lnvarlably In Advance. I fact was not damaged by fire at all; ,i death from cancer of the stomach, it the incipient revolution. The markets

-is ooMonlhi but it is presumed that the Moods of': is claimed also, was probably caused
. J at year *y M.aU. _-,__-_- -- II 00 water forced into the hold to extinguish from his excessive indulgence of are without provisions and the
hi I II
\.:, I. r.ree Months .> _._- --- 1 50I the flames did do some I this fondness for the odorous vegetable. -I strikers are preventing the slaughterof

& I Oat Month ___._?._.._.Mond&r..._.. -,. ? !60 10 damage, and such! will be found to I Ii I animals. Assets. .. $331,038,7; ,

O.. Wlek.bJ Carrier.payable i i be the case when the heat subsides I I,I Additional reinforcements of troops Reserve and Other Liabilities 269,910.G7ssurplus
of the adjusters
enough permit are arriving here.
\ M going into the hold. -
A mob stormed the arsenal at Saba- ---

H :, It is for learned Pen acol.1 that the the usual steamer amountof carried ;i dell not far from Barcelona and se-S i (From Which MMi! s are Paii) $ 71,129,04 /

\ merchandise and was pretty well I! cured 40 rifles but they were subsequently -i

loaded with material for points in recovered by the troops.
I { I II
in 1901
; ,i Alabama. The Pensacola portionof I .Paid. to Policy-holders S 27,714,621

the cargo is always placed in the MARTIAL LAW IN SPAIN. I
New Insurance in 1901 $245,912,08-
, TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PENSAOOLA same compartment with that intended -

.i1ii __ for future handling through I' Premier Will Issue Decree Declaring
Sagasta Total Ins. in force Dec. 31
I here and it i is supposed that it was : 1901li9.276J2f

; TEB 21 1902. ; in this hatch where the fire occur- i 1 Same. I II

red, burning that intended for Alabama :M ad rid. Feb. 20.-Premier Sagasta I.

, ; and being extinguished before | Is preparing a decree establishing mar I Notwithstanding the greater financial ;strength: of tl-.n s, ,', ,

Int 4 1 I "CU.nL.IJI'IIOII.: .\" would be a reaching the property of I'eusacola II tial law throughout Spain. The signature -i greater security which its policy-holders thereby enjoy HIti 1 i\ \ ;11 i -

good name for mi apparently incurable business men. of the decree it is believed will LOW and GUARANTEED: better than given by other cotnpaKNDWLE5 ) ,.
;; malady which ailects a few- It Is stated: that on the late trip of be followed hy aa extreme nationalcrisis.

lew-new-paperr. lu the United tlm steamer to this port that included ; 'ri f'r I .
very in her freight list wa;; a large -
the Mobile Herald has 'w It was persistently said when the
atid for the ,
jjtatei: amount dynamite intended
1 1t-' chamber of deputies closed this afternoon Ben.
it bad furnaces: about Blrmin ham. It is BRD5. Agents
that the minister of Gen :
claimed: that this explosive i is iu no war.
.I. THE unanimous passage; by the danger if surrounded by llames and eral Weyler had a long conference ;3U9 S. Palafox Street. PENSACOLA. FL.A .\,

. hou-e of representatives, of the war: even in the midst of fire it i is said an The onion is undoubtedly a wholesome | with the queen regent yes-tertlay. fol-

i. : bill has thrown the treasury explosion would not occur unless, a article of food in f tct has lowed by a conference with the mill- -

t tax repeal vul.iuns. They heavy jar was given it. It i is, of m my medicinal' qualities of value I tary authorities! today. :-; s2: ,;:.. U.XCIM: : ijAr.Nuit.t:
: raidrrs into CUll course". not within the province of ,
i but it would be aitlicult to find amore Aftwerwardh. it is asseited.
fear that there may not be enoughrurplus' ; the writer to as"ort or disprove these indigestible article than fried j I The prettiest". launch is t

I .. to go round. 'allegations, of parties who ht'eI onions and to many people they are 'I and ball cartridges] were served out to The Benefits of ProgressiveI Launch. foot one-H. P.. -.
fl : 'I handled it for. a long time but a but the onion does the troops! Madrid. who are in rendi runs \'t'ff -to Tht Racine I
imply poison
: .. gentleman who wa. talking about ness to Mail at a moment's notice. is the uti.. b'lhlll'.lI
( \ i adopted
: A l' the sixteenth annual meetingof ; not stand alone in this respect. Any I Emit: ca: >t their
the explosive in this manner did ican Kxposjtion: in ISutfalo 1 I..
the American: Newspaper Pub- article of food that is not thoroughly 1! :shadows before so do
:;( 1 acknowledge! that a much more comfortable digested; becomes a source of disease Something That Will Do You Good. 1 bright; warm days in they are the be-t, more r..II.II,

l-; I Ii5lr', A--ociatiou held at Newt fltlinwai:\ experiencedwhen and discomfort whether it be fried We know of no in which we I February announce the tiny other; they are siinj i.; -

,.> .1 t York a few d.tys a;;o the following the box containing dynamite onions or beef steak.The can be of more service way to our readers i approach of Sprinjr, and worthy. t-'ife. and full uii it > IS.
was safely out of the warehou anda Lippni'ii. Brothers, hdv.inhi': <
; excellent re-oluliou was adopted : reason why any whole-om? : than to tell them of something i this Jsprin-j-like feeling .
: : \ i ii.Mil\<1.1 hat tbt. A..rlC.UI.p..p..r long way out "f the city Iiiniteuiroute food i is not promptly di pes-ted ibecaue i- that will be of real good to them | caue: the CYCLIST to are agents! from tlllI ni.tnui. '

: .. luiluriB IIIuf ... IIclloli to Birmingham. the stomach lacks some inieportant turn with delight tu the and carry a stock of thsebi I' ctimes ,
t }'Ubll lark A SOCI UOU ;i For thisrea-oa: we want t>> acquaint "
i II Telegrams today from Tampa ; sizes: |,s f t.. 21 fi. '! !f1
element of digestion, jomejtotnachs {
I nn..J lumber
of In- out
: tbr |X'MIM"M would the inference that
convey : hand to be Chipped at i 1-1: >u
4 '.tal.111 tu. .fll jit< to couniie ..cnnll.dlh&Itllull"I and terrible lacks peptone, o'thl'rart' the very bet remedies on the mar his UICYCLK: "where it
Winifred crew had: a notice trial to i <- -A
\ lii'Xi tu tbt. |jubllCHtiou'I -. kgitab deficient inratric; juice, still others ket for coujhs! colds, and that h'l- teeii stored 11'11'.1all any >
It stated that in addition
) aurLy 1'1I1111.J tu .uch prlII..g..... experience.the trouble with the lire, lack liydroc'iloric acid !alariniii! !: compl tint croup. We rll- winter," with the i intention tug to purchase.Lll'P.MAS.
to P K"<) 'II 1 I
TIP| one thing; neee-sary to d>> ill fer to Chamberlain's: Cough Reme I of re 'umiu tho-e
chief had become ,
'UK luqui-itionof a IHgcuthah'r the irrational oilicer and had to be looked quite! af- any ca.... ot poor digestion i is to supply dy. \\'t:' have u-eil it with -neb good I early spring morning in- mutt Saw II.' ,

the Tall.lhate Daily these elements! of di/esiiou results our family so long that it vnroratiuKt healthgivingrides.
machine by
1'hiollh'er.. when the had
ter. ship lacks and nothing All kinds ofiu ,
; which time stomach has become a household necessity. He looks his old I IIi
I Capital ha worked a marked improvement hardly cleared t'ie' navigation impediments I
? i of New York harbor doetins MI thoroughly and tIc-( By its prompt use wr haven't any I friend over and if It is a a nu'are at roi-k !.
S in the appearance of that ; appeared ly as Stuart's Dyspepsia: 'faIlit' doubt but that it hits tune und again i (")lnm"i1\. :Monarch or I II

: txcetleut journal. besides giving on deck and endeavored to .'liehard.'im in writing a thrsjs 1 pivvf-uted croup. The t'innr.y i is I Cr make of the
aumsge; meat man at on treatment of dyspep-ia and indigestion. andWf' all right. ,.;.mv'p< rli.ip-. I I
given own experience L'&v.hCmost
rIOWI" <>f additional Usefulness re- the wheel caii-mg: the latter to UP'Htlur I ware : .
; closes Inremarks hy saying .., readers puncture or ma toe n.. I
.t that our -
suiting fr"UlltU increase in the vol-! leave his p"f'.t and let'ing the steamer "for tho-e ...utr.rangfrlJlJI acid "ug those? who have small especially children !- tlrfs :ure old and h"I I B & N fi E R SA t % r I

1 UlJie ol uiutter it will in future con fE'rlbuat come very near which cull there lJiu!{ with a dyspepsia, hown by sour watery' : always keep it in their homes i done K', >od emr.. uo'i' % ** heaitn"MP I.; *nelv61f MWW,b. .
on were :;1'f'rai -
l n la. Outiratuiiiuous being in or- i hundred When the risings, or for flatulent dyspepfahown 1'''it.. a safeguard again=r croup.-Camden -I In- remember secutf| 11. I

der. 1 MK N ..w.> extends the "Mime. in chief olHcer pas-enters.realized that he could by !Mon !stomach caus-intj'I' (S. C.) -euger.For alo by all : '!'H.: (lAII.XEWS: t I
4 ill nun:my.i not catch the helmsm-tn., he tried tokill heart, as trouble well as and fur all difficult other form breathing ol; druggists: and--medicine dealers. ,: The Happy 1I Hom""'

Capt.,: Arins-troug by shooting at stomach trouble the safest treatment i
: i is to taRe" one or two 01 stunri: I F furnished home. I'S.
that the ffi drunk but .
., i 'er was it I I
iC'f\ I 11> ut' red a cutting cutii l>t ".rtr>p-ii; Tablets after each m..1.I l. .'I
->ei'tiis now that he has lost his rwa- Vessel Will Soon Leave New York to ikiina can snt
"f edull! them bee uise they contain
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-' lL.i n. uepro _
i ,
1 I *altogether, and! has; to be forcibly
l; no harmful drugs! but are ;compo-cd I( IVr.'eui with all neerf ,'in ,
1'"IIlIl t. '> .< J I.he t-X- kept from hurting himself and 1133. UP lu' t \IK II _. : -
I I thelots other of valuable di. .-tiva>- which act i i! New; Yo. i I- ::1. .:'. To r.i: r.1)unrl.! i-.H upir "..' <.i < I of house ftan "till'A9westfrue.s' *.
'id OJ
item m
.1 I < u) an I I j
th food
? eaten.
t ... The ship due to arrive at Ponacola promptly; upon ,1 ill ,. I a; 11!, i ii'. i>:,( ii" :.I''. : o.!. nili' j Hr'I'rl! New. Jiij.!' ,
color i i
:V I j I' &.f my cani never knew a ca>e "f u di pstio'j or : t'lls/i ii'ChltMI. "
: 11 on amid i.v, bin she will utl I 1 San raoLs; < u., tut-- !M.I! .s. .J un iams.tlifnic Juulitv.. :MOKU.t.t ."-
I i iAN ,, > Inure vv hat can read ; even chronic dy-pep-ja which Stuart's WRIGHT double tubo I\i
I 1 .v.> Tampd proo.tbiy until the ad- would to i 11\! I""I..! -mil .rum': ,
:, i ,. ', ,Ii- rock j Jiil dan wn.iti jiist-r. have iulitc'ted H thoroughnrvey Cheap Tabltt.cathartic iiv-dicine not reieh.: cl tim I { ;i"-. to t1 ""I! U'i,,. ,!., tire for $"> per p.ur. and! jKU j j !< -I ft'l If-I
iranfeed und decidesto
which C'Wumeevcral j i -
I I. \i I ltlifcle>. her testimony -day-;' time. The may agents that ing to cure dysp [>"'1l and indigestion -:, Jp-ted Paciff < :Lll!('. tho 'h.i.s l ; ; a 12' send tins old comnauinu: j .1< C, V. ll*.""it -..i. ,.. II

'I -.t' i : lecorded uior strongly I expect\ can have no .-1ct whatever inactively roairoii., ; u. .'I. i j.i New Voiiwrlun down to friend BRUCEand ; fatal
-willarri\'t: here tlUlIl'xt'I'du!!" I aBesidesttmestatidaid
..pln"t ."t:i nui.ite depravity Iiu- day. A very !i"a vy cargo "waits her digesting the food and to : .i few ia\s. t"IS, piolinhhwi'.i have it cleaned up I .. -

I luau nature than ugiiiusl the cause here and she; will not have to \\-.tit call any cathartic; medicine a cure lie nw.Ii-; Valparaiso! () and 1'aim. and a pair of them fine timi'-ry we havft in tintw .

l an hour tor any portion of her cargo for indigestion; i.l mi-uonier. ma tires put on. all f.>r $,"> in). I I velopes to match :
; tmttl1UcUtIn. Every druggist in the Tinted
to arrive. StatesandCnnudaellStuart's! I One (it tiic O\'{ ;'nnient's most rust II:? alo knows that the Royal\llinnd.
: : Dyspepsia
I 1IHI excellent editorial, urging -- -- Talletand they are riot only od] : ia:.tai-s \\ !liii. !has aj i I wi.rk will. lw done ri::htand Hunl's I \ I Holland I lU.n'l.

4 F tbr! people of the re-pectl\e! couutiesto : The Last Heard Of It. the safe-t and nio-t MiL'ces-ful but kno\\IHhw o! tI. boiinilin! .:.s and mathematics. -, ut to make.nct'i;two he or'won'thave three Ladle, ,' Art ht Etc.;tloiiny.Foreign .

"\Ty little t boy, took one the nio-t -cientific of any treatment has just arrivetl here, from ; Mail.
::1 |"ut forward .;s candidatefur the j'I trip b"fre he can (jet it. .\rtitlutHI.11., Ollic., -
night and -oon gressso bad '...ucHuld for indigestion; and stomach: troubles.LDV the |
le.:islatuie 1I.'IItbut their very bestmen HiiliiMiin.'s\ \ lor tlie purKse| of Lookat his watch. :3 plies, Memor limo II iii Hoikl'i
I hear him i breathe all over the : taking the Titus out. He expects to ,,'('!II'k, calls thfl house
the .-t. Augustine! Hecord thus I.u"a\',. F. II. Reynolds, :\tii?- UHUisr All new and l ritht.
-1 i I. ompt-t.! his vioik by the end of May. I boy.-end* his cycledown, ..
citee ihe xan.jile! of Ksfambia County field O I "We feared he' would die, iiiia14.T: ; :\IC;III --.--- ;gives instruction over t
i! of imitation but t few doses of One ilinu eCoiuh I telephone. :!.0-1 will the >ri
11" oneorthy : Cash CrclHt f ;
Large Cotton Mill Burned.
I Uhllulal".llIal! tlie |T5m who is Cure quickly{ relieved him Mrs. Charles: (J. Wood of LouUille have: ,\ good ride in the or ;
and he went to sleep. That's the Corsica na. TeFeb.. :2n.-Tho Corsi- .. onurn
I mot uliliuui tu M-r\i> IU Ibr legllitlvrbll \' Ky., died at Br 'an'" Infirmary III un oIjH. '
la-t we' heard of the croup. :Nowisn't I tanaotton oil mill one of the largest hire at Marxianaretheloivcst. l "lIlI//
i. thbo.-.t 'tiutunvU It is i1ultc ; la (
,. i a cough cuie like thJt'alu.- >t Light a complicationof in the state, was destroyed by fire
frrqurutl lb CHtliut Itiusr "bo itrtt bistlilirtl I
I-. alJlt"One! Minute Cure i isab..olutely diseases. Her with p .
Cough daughter was
lor ttir t tItIUIlItr.. mutt ruluctnnt tu last night together/: with BIX: freight! !; __
k I safe, and acts immediately her whc'ii death came and has been the Cotton Ik-It
M.n. hut "h"llhucb mcu. W. .\. Illount i cars on railroad tracks.
1 I. .,t K.M-iiiiibot: urv wiiliug to nucrinct* tlitirl For coughs, colds, croup grip with her since arriving in Pen acola i The loss! is estimated at $12o.OW fully \\ lirn Vour .'ulu'.. or" Milt 4
bronchitis and all other throat and
>..rM.iiHl lulvrrsi iu -r\e Hitslutr. no lung troubles is a certain cure. about one month ago. The deceased covered by insurance.i and your muscles ore from i ,

I 1,1 \'It'11 .buul" it b. h ...11..11 Very pleasant to take. The little i is of a prominent family of Louis I rheumatism when you -I i;.

upon to KO lu 1 ones like it. Hargis' Pharmacy, ville. She arrived here about Jan- Thousands Sent Into Exile. I i I sprain a joint .train your -.1!

John Sheppard, Sidney Kahu. uary 13: suffering considerably, from Every year :a large number of poor I bruise your-elf, Painkiller wiJ -
i.: A 1 t.K cuntmuutia ovation 0111 I } pneumonia, and was at OLCO taken sufferer, whose. luiiijs. are sore and a 4Z V ti9 I J I out the orene-H and fix you r

the I'ait of the people of every coin- : A iOM\\CKOKTHK Sot' II. iThe i to the medical institution. She re-> racked with coughs are urged to go jiffy. Always have: ll wit'

r muuity-ltt-.t. irrerpective of politic '!, maiued there about ten days and 'i to another climate. Hut this i is costly and use it freely. Avoid sub-'
was discharged in and not always !urp. Don't be an there i is but one Painkiller
;..t ;-, Admiral M-hley! wa. uiifortnnate Uobson Theatre Company health. Several days apparent later the good doorbell exile when Dr. i'King's New DHCOVery Davis'. Price :!.'J(!. und o"cOA.STOXl.I.A..
laiugh to encounter the will open Monday night with the for will
-t ( of the infirmary wa rung, and Consumption cure you at ,
other day at Albany: :New York romantic drama in four acts entitled"A the domestic who answered it said home. It's the most infallible med : : .

L the M .ille.l and meanest representMUve ; Romance of the :-t>uth." The this morning that even before the icine for Coughs. Colds, and all I Bears the Re K.lll YM Hw irfiigcatv ,
h.' i l is full of and' door was opened the lady could be Throat and Lung diseases on earth. :
i ..: of the human race in the per- play comedy pathos heard breathing.It The first do"e brings relief. Astounding : *

;, if the leader of -ensation combined from start to result from : of
11 >>on ( republican the was apparent that she would cures persistent "

\.l t J f ew )"oik renate, who notwith- finish and calculated to please all never leave the infirmary alive and use. Trial bottles free at W. A. High I

who oth'ud.ew she was so informed. She was given D'AlemberteVs 121 rt. Pallf: x street. Livingis
; t MaudinK the vehement protects of may speciiltieswill j i Foiey's Kidney Cure
1 be introduced between the the best of treatment however, but Price Sue and 100. Every bottle ,
ucts.making low
possible at cojst. Our
all of the members of that patronsare
guaranle d. kidneys and bladder
i a continuance performance. the spark of life grew weaker and :
particularly well fed
'-ii '1 lx dy, of both parties prevented the ,. The company has new material bothin the lady breathed her last during could be accused of !spending, yet none too

:t I dutm .:uHhed hero from being form- players and plays since last year. the night. NOTED SURGEON DEAD. much money on the "inner mall:
tt ally presented to the senate. The and from the success they have met 1 Her hu
of with since last here is sufficient some means, was notified by wire .. Dr. Lewis Lewis Succumbs From Results
r- Jiou"e reIureelmt.itIve! cordially ; guarantee of the merits to warrant this morning of his wife's death and of an Operation. Th 20th J
f CeIllllryRe1auraiit
r I r.ct ned him amidt a storm of ap- au immeu-e patronage. We are he wired an answer that he would.

phau..i4. '' told there has been quite a demand :, leave Louisville on the first train for Fhiladelphia. Feb. 20.-Dr. Lewis : /b

J f'lr seats already and that the better Peusacola, and he i is expected to I Lewis a medical and surgual; authority i -= MOK'SRestaurant

1 t A iA\-ol A HU: report has been part of the house will be sold by reach here tomorrow morning. died at St. Vincent's hospital inNew I!
j night. The bills The lady's remains carried 'I York the excellent meals are served at'
t4L 1ulid. by theenate committee on Saturday are were to I as result of an opera i
'changed each night; fill: will b.given .. the undertaking parlors of Northup I tion. and his boJy a very reasonable price.
was brought to''I I I
I rlaimn the omuibiH damn bill, The food is of the finest
itt away Saturday night at the & Wood, where they were embalmed this city today. quality ;
I 4 w tiifl includes the amendment of j conclusion of the engagement, and and ready: for shipment to Louisville I l well cooked and well !'prvl-d. Dining :

ti Senator Taluferro providing for thetettlement on Monday night ladies will be admitted upon the husband's arrival. ', Dr. Lewis was born in England 63::i, room i is well appointed and comfort-
i free if The daughter alone years ago and tame to this country In i i able.
lit 0'f KloriJaV Indian warT accompanied by paid among:: !
30-cent ticket purchased before t5 p. strangers, today recived the condolence 1S33. locating in Philadelphia. He wasa ; |I I'h"neIii..
claim and strons hope* are t'nt..riallu.d of the callers graduate of the
m. Monday. at the infirmary. Royal College ol:
11 : of tie tiual passage". of the bill where she will remain until the Surgeons; and of the University ol i I Pearl & Nicolau, ,

I if u amended through both houses of: He Kept His Lag. father arrives in the morning. London. HP was also a fellow in- the !
The entire grief-stricken 2i6 H. Palafox tit.I .
I- hi i j Cou;:re: '! The addition of #ome- Twelve party Surgeons' society of the Royal College -
J. W.
years ago Sullivan, : leave on the sad journey home at ,
11' i | Stung like fToiMU1" to lime state's of Hartford Conn., scratched his 12:15 tomorrow noon, if Mr. Wood j I of Surgeons and a member of the I'

lhuul( i..1! resource* would be epec-': leg with a rusty wire. Intlammi- arrives on time. British Chemical association. Dr. LewIs I I Oysters in all styles'

I i"llHlclml' at thi- time; but it tion and blood poion set in. For served for a short time as surgeonin I Tub CLUTTER: MUSIC HOl'HF.Incorporated.

hould have been paid two years he suffered intensely. Don't Let Them Suffer. ]j the British army. his commission ( .) Short orders promptlyfilled
years ago
Then the be-t doctors urged
and would have been but for the ob- "but." he writes "I used amputation one- Often children are tortured with being, signed personally by Queen Victoria -, WE ARE OFFERING EXTRA !
m itching and burning eczema and He was editor of the Medical INDUCEMENTS TO Pl'R-
Former bottle of Electric Bitters and
nruction. Interpo'e'I by l'2
: boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve other skin diseases but Buckleu's World the Medical Council and the ; CHASERS 01-

:i Senator Call who is now llJ"iu rasa my leg was: as sound and well atd as I 1 Arnica Salve heals the raw sores, Medical Tim>s and Register; Best the market

I cand d.tte before the people for the ever" For Eruption. Eczema expels Int1.lll1mation.lpilves the skin PIHNOSThey = affords !
I Iiact' lie tit'l'iKUiHy: digrced.I !<: Tetter, :Salt: Rheum Sores and all without a scar. Clean. frazrant. Food Changed To Poison. have over three car-loads of
cheap there's no salve on earth aood. -
\11 blood rival di"orderElt'ctric Hitters has Try it. Cure guaranteed I'uttefyini food in the intestines; New Upright. Pianos to select from. Private parlor for
\ on earth.
Try them. W.
-, i }:.M'IK!'ION TO SXAITKU 1UNKSAn : Only 25c: at W. A. D'Alemberte's prod uces f'tf"cbllke those of arsenic, The Old Favorite "KRANICH &
A. D'Alembene ,
will 121 S. Palofox 121 r... Palafox street. but Dr. Kin;:':, New Life Pills expel HACK" "Lester" and -Singer" dinner parties.

: excursion will be siren on the street guarantee satisfaction or --- the poisonfrom clogged bowels I: Pianos are shown in profusion-all

: : j tsuier kolooa Saturday, Feb. :2'', refund money. Only 50 cents. The banks of the city will be gently ea ily but surely, curing ; styles and woods to select from. In -

t Banks sure, leavingPaUfox 1 Constipation, Biliousness Hick Piano Players have the
t to the snapper Try THE NEWS Want closed Saturday, \\'a'-hillg-ton's they Famous
\ 'I wharf at S o' h'ck a. m.. re- Column. birthday. < Headache. Fevers, all Liver. Kid ; CROWN PIANO and ANGELUS Mobile Oysters

Ii, : turning the same afternoon. Uefrfhnifnt. ney at'd Howel trouble: Only 2icat'w. ORCHESTRAL, a whole orchestra

\ t < will be served on board No Gripe PainOr Twentieth Century Medicine. A. D'Alemberte's, 121 S. Pala. at the command of anyone-no IF.LXVEREITO ANY

l' Kt rea-M-nable prices. Fare for the fox street. knowledge of music required. An PART OK THE CITY.

1 round trip 50 cents f MtdF. Cascarets Candy Cathartic are afar exhibition every day. Also the
disromtort. no irritation of the in- F'XNE ITITJIT.THE
I., tmes-but gentle, prompt thorough ahead of ancient pill poisons and in Parlor Celebrated "Apollo" and "Cecilian"i

B. Bruce will send au expert healthful cleansing when you takeHood's liquid physic as the electric light of NE\V\ STYLES i' piano players. All of the above instruments UNION RESTAORWIT

mechanic to your residence or office the tallow candle. Genuine \\and Bedroom will be sold on ea.y payments -
kind of lock key trunk stamped if desired. ,
nod do any Pills Call early for
j or door wok you need ; call phone C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All Furniture at Marsi first choice. Frank L. Wilde,

I Sold by ill druggists. 25 cents druggists, ice. I
I ton Quina's.r
!. $ THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. Proprietor, Opposite Union' Dept.

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POUND Large Bands of rniurgentt SurrenderIn

Makes Nerve Fibre and Nerve Force, Cleanses !I!'i STRIKES A "GASSER" have Manila insurgents been Feb.Batangat the In 20.-What largest Batangas Province.existing IB provincehas believedto bandof THE 1irif'; STORE 1 r I TALK l II OVER I r. "IIm

the Blood and Strengthens and Cives Tone -- surrendered to Lieutenant CharlesD. 1. ....they are good !.... f_

The Escambia Oil Company struckoil .. Rhodes of the Sixth cavalry, at ..-- ?.. w :. ,,r..T
to Every Function of the Body. and no mistake this!! morning at Banan. Major Amoranto two cap-

11:30 o'clock but the "strike" was I tains, six lieutenants and 98 Filipino themselves has brought many of the i t!

.i medicine for doing immed I II productive of more excitement inI soldiers gave themselves up and also AMONG "
i surrendered five revolvers 66 rifles conclusion that
., ,.".,t elite-live work in sickness, I I town than real substance. The How and 2OW rounds of ammunition. = best dressed people to the

',nf (roui impaired nerves and for some time was heavy and steady, Rhodes had been hunting the insurgents t\'hrT fashionable
Shoes that fit are thoroughly
'. Mood my family considers | and the highest elation existed from place to place for three !

I'.um-'i Celery: Compound among the ;spectatars.; weeks and continually destroying their and full of wear, and that can be bought \ '.'
i 1
,t.1 pt er. "It strengthens': I The drillers were forced yesterday;; supplies. They were virtually starved .

\ tout to the ytem. "Iti ri afternoon to draw up all the 4-inch into surrender. at a reasonable price, there are none to ;

1 many a doctor'* bill I piping for the purpose of fitting on anew The skeletons of five soldiers of the

v 1"0 J. J. Donahue, Chief of drill. This piping after the Thirty-ninth! infantry have ben rp- to compare with those at the
'o\'erl'lI. They will be
dm I t 1i.1. to the proprietors drill was placed in position, was shipped to theUnitt.tI .I
\ r-failing remedy. 1'alne's lowly dropped into its former posi- I

i :npoiind{ makes nerve fibre tion and did not stop until a rock :
i American Citizen Is Jziled. i iN.
i"ice, and imparts true ) 1 % tratumthe hardest yet encountered, I Guayaquil Ecuador, Feb. L'i\-Jack. Boston Shoe Store

1 I' d .ily and brain. It i i. was: struck at a depth of 1JOO feet. i i Bon Smith manages of the J. H. Met

1" I"w'u poitive cure for I f : The drill was then set to work to t Donald Construction company, who ,
make a hole through this '
rock and
.-tration., rtultiuj from had penetrated but a few inches! am!' to Guayaquil for funds to pay2,00j FORCHEIMER Prop.- f4ii
\\1 &- G *
( has ,
laborers been
:"'-ponibilitieirregular when it was noted that the Winch delayed by a

l r\\'urk. piping acted as if it had rested upon I police court to answer in the lawsuitof - I
a steel spring, bobbing and down a contractor who claims several :
I li I
ry Compound is the ,
T 11I
AUKta .c'J
all the time and acting int very thousand dollars! from MacDonald, as NAVAL BTOItFS i -
:I..nly fur dyspepsia< andIypepia :; :I !
strange Wtr. a result of which .
MacDonald was ordered for The Nf'''' bymull I t '
i i.; caused'I.'tr The drillers were puzzled for a Repotted Dally to- .....:--Jo. 7 ) \
by a I.olit'ourt "
i judge to "
Co E
pay Stores
Nasal l
[ I r "'. II.
but "I I
iti m of true nerve; moment, the engine wakept the amount 1o:
or to
RO; jail. Smith was 1 "
60x1Wit. \ '

,: tile "t"I11U.II: 1'alpl- piping running.jumped Suddenly upward and tr..eillch remained: 1 refused a postponement of trial and ... ...1t". H .... 1159'! I.; I : ..' ,\-'J-;I. _' i{
t heart. diz/.ines*, c.trIItriton is consequently .. () I 4;tx I 1
suspended for a short time. At this i practically under arrebt WO. :I 60' ''J!''' ''''''''' '' .
l I ... .... '''' ,
lie S_._ ... ... .. :1 I/ 14'Si \i
of the must remain here
tom the of indefinitely I
juncture odor gas became 'o .. :I ; K .. tw.:I
iimi m dysptp-i t. Ijin- !powerful and nauseous that the unless\ the government orders the K .. .. ... .. 2 a.; I I ..... 1 :AIL : .J
-i-tible men were forced to leave the well trial to IIP held in a civil (court where _... ..... ... .. 1 .5 C; .t below ..... 1 atMPTRTT. 4, : .
\lr"w-lubo are I '
and catch their breaths! some dis- ,, the ruse is b.-Iieved properly to belong TrapRNTINs4askrd.sToc'GRLDE:1rs ',: i \---1 j- ,
tance from the J .
-pot. .J l' F:
try Omp'Hit.d xe 'p- I1ii1'u Then it wa th it the first real evidence i ___ MKKTINC.: ,; ,...,"; e_ ; 'I
t' w' illof t'i'rumor ,i of the exl-tense of oil in K". : I'I 1J ; rl'-": ,
cambia -oil became known I > .
.' county The Stockholders of the IVnsHC-ola Kt ctno I !J..
in until tJ.' In1tdr i ii' Railway Telegraphers; to Get Raise. _
for from the top. f the small pipe';' -rininal Railway rompiiny will : I
i''MII; I II-,. It wa-> (lowing a coal blackubtaiice'!' enion.. Tl'x..h.. 2i'*.-An important I niacin/ on MoiuUv Juircli ,i T-..- 1 I
I :Ird, her'!, at ibecillk-eof the company In thecoy ',
of the Order
of i
meeting ;
_IYnI i ti' w' J I v "'I in every way nnblnir' petroleumin Railway ot fen-Hcoltt lorula, Itl t u Vlih-k p. m. .j'
I '''i 1'1"" ,'f. I it* crude Mate, 311.1 I emitting an'o : Telegraphers on the St. Louis and San ___ _. ., lit*:ni <" W".1'HUM. Cf t-M-- S-.. '
'!hi Uf u. I fIt. .lor like uuto that ene.'uutered Francisco railway/ was held in St. N'r..IILQ' ::1

.. t Ir I. \\h 'n .a person enters an oil ware- Louis recently A substantial increasein mmCIOlt'SlU11: ; :\(. For YourPersonal
all around [
wages/ was for
'1 .Mili-tince: {, Mowed unun l.".ted I'r.n"lIl'ollJlf'clrlc
'I both 1'h. Bare tore of the !
.n' ''I'i; day and night operators on the Uc.nllort @
'tt. II'l, //1 I ,, IPe minute-., butt wt- t'iked! I Terminal CuiiipiiDy will hOld t!>f ir m..tlujlat ,I
entire system, which means an average tbeolllceof the ccnipitiiy HI the cityof
"' i I i ii'y I by a "CI\I"\ being iitlKed tI.t leMUttll : of 15 cent. I'enwvola, 'lort.I".IDlIII'dl"t..I\ the no other ia'atiugfpPlrtueecan\ ; \ '
I lien it was that frritur eviil per I adjournment of the MockbuiUef's nlreting.(
!i,, .1"1 ,t "*',. nt oil was -ecu when the crude which takts place at 4 p. m. Monday,Marta equal the adaptability nf a O
tht.: I' I 1- (
0 It "f t. I"" i d I'i'-t began to o.'Ze from the Raynor Will Not Corw ent. ;lnl, l'1.t'Il'ot 1<\ \ W. 1'1'11" Radiator, .t- it can lie used it. ".

t" 11"j I : : a'I ",1" u casing! pipe. There was now Baltimore Feb0'.-Isidor Kaynor, f.. becrrtttry. room where heat is- required.For .
'*" *
,II iyrtr.-L.1\, .. '"1 i\' to! 1'111'.1this and it -0011 run counsel for Rear Admiral Schley, left L.> Ukin,: the dull '>}! vui i.,
.'HA'' l.Chen the HMW stopped the MIXThr"socshT I\HOI.III'l; 'II.TIM*:
partl'ul ,t : ': '.I.I, for Wahhlnpton this morning. lie declined ilret-Mng-rottiii or l hlt! r"
..I 'lore t : ,. .it' .. 'J :"' I l-n:cii! piping dropped into the to comment upon President i iRaaasrelt's ""li'r< of the"tmbi8'*''ountvKlvetnc ,, and rqpted a ] it is absolute iHn'i--itv. .11 I !
empty upon very 'uutPlIIY111 hold an
\1 rind 1..111111 .It Power
"rull .IIIIY- Ii d I _lV t |r- (IItill. I decision In the matter of ,
nard rocktrata, furuisl.injf> the i their annual nienting: on Monday March beating large boons it r.tli u l 't
tt 'I. I :' 1,1.'i Admiral S hlf from the findings the office of the compnny. In time
: jreateit resistance of any yet en'juntereii. < j s appeal :!rd, line at
I ta : ; '. ; i I .1 I .|ei 1 City of l'"la. Klorldn.* o'llock p. m. quicker and witlmttt! tie dma
.! .II-:1), '' The drill i proceeding!} of the court of inquiry. : 11ECulal' W.Tnost.
"I t : '
"I I
i ilnli tiiis afternoon under theraze''! "hethat any o".*.f' :'!p'r: '
!lowly Secretary.D1itFrLllr
,. >
: "' \ ''II 1 i ,i- .' I i- In' th.r".II. .
'. 1"'I'' '. ll ',? "? I ,,'; 1.'L \. '," i'.i-' of u largo number of :anxious spectator I Safe Robbed nt Franklin, Ga. MIETI\G.: brillks.i .

!J'.' r'turnIl-[ I'V. I' 'I 1t.. i I'.1inji.. 1. II 1 I.'. "1. chi ':'I Frinklin. ,', It 1 Illllie tn ;.: .-, | [ 't.l-' lolinC:' In sp akii ii of the find to NKWS e"'u!''rail 01, r, Iiani''!! .' Tin |iir"in' 'v ..i the KM'ftiubla Count" 'eESiieolii' Gas CD.
I'I this uftt'flloon.Ir.: Haars .< p.m-rCntiipftiiv lidluli.
man I ;silt''- I :r i !
." .t til" f""11| t i i' .[!P"<. )| -I H'. whS!t stated that! he wa- of the opinion I has lii I''n .utii.-l l b. inli'i.! -i ,ai.I! I, :". !iruimu' i"l "I'a i. 'I.7.! i at the ollice of llii i ,
'.1. '. ,, ,
I 1'1' I Irlam tjy d"-| Xt ciCCvlll' .. ",p., ," : d 1""Ic'la Florida I I
that the discovery this was safe )Mown on' n .oJd! ; ''it ? i' ''i .
> d! .1 N '- c-l! .itn'',(1 tor II. A 1 !I ; ."hlu..l..t& ..l a'.i 1O.11'lurl1l11..111 of Mi: : No. 3 S. Palafox bt.. PenincoU. fit. !
what was known as a "gav-er, : t11011"Y tat: n. Their i b "n .lew T to t+o' 'kliuMiT'sni tniB. winch taken plot'
: I" w ,.I'"tvtlleethorraI'rOAtt I .. '.' '
Vliir.-li 'I I II >
which indicate the lit' ursine u "
whot'r.'r' ; >\i' !Ir (11 i UI' dbrto ,
I I'f.
--- -- [pre-eucr of a small amount of the "(.!a 1.:! ,i ,. 'I' j II i I Ill 1".1' '...; ..I.., \. 1'r'l'li. MIMIn: ; t-i 111- ;i.r w.ku
lubricant and a very large amount ,

; tH.ILD' \ ] of natural gas. He wa of the opinion __ _. __n___ ___
HEWS NOTESi however, that something of ,
t ) i d' i lrt icsHIFT. ::r1 decidedly more urprising nature /(:' A poar 1'If; R l' c.t'f.D tAft t I'- l, It
: fI/,"' (" ; I -- would develop when the drill penetratel '' < '\\ e: \ $ t1 Y a u\S I''
the hardtrata which ,
into it
v fi' f 'mtb-f 1 .. ... e,1 r.i |/ unit > iititti ha. now entered. Indication* f,.rtlupat n.rr
I "",'/ ,,,..1 .".I'. h ctrl: \uti>,. I'. .. ,, Ii
't/n ''if WtliiiHUH' tt in had been growing: continually
1"lIr'/, (,'.rd.",: .' .,r..s1"1'"'' tit -tronger and time confidence of the BRHMNE J

R. K. WHITE i ;Lnf :I' HI'. I a individualtockholder,; had been i
more and more each dav.
Tile dredge tieu. ('. I B. Com-topk i i''
Tats htuakrr uunui luring J"\Hlir .\,$ the news! of today's "find" be-

aced .........1.. optician, and came m up:mred from at the 1'alafoxvh bar thi irf.morning: c hundred I me genrally of ciuzenp known!Docked about to town the I! For the Next Ten Days I Ii IiI

t r..t11'.Lfat Tiie city council will convene in well site and had the satisfaction of i,
't I .tortI.I.d la -- --- -
+ --
i "I"'I'i.1 l -e.. .LIU at ;5 o'clock! this af- witnessing with their own eyes what j I I I (I. -- .. '' -- =- = = ::"--f"-o: : I II

.. xniir liicyclw down to F. U. I i ternoon fur the purpn-e of trying to may eventually prove the one of his-the Having Finished Taking Stock, we jinl lots of Odds {tnt! Ends in all departments '
elect the third member of the board richest discoveries in city's .
i'M:::01.'I_'Hi aye A it Wright C:".- ul'.1|brand up and new a ;; ,'f q'iali/ition. Tin will b" aboutthe tory. ,; and in order to Close these Out and make room for .1" ;' I W'{ SPJif.VG" (100DS !
(filth effort in this direction About 2 o'clock thi afternoon the I I II
'I"' tiri'.; |"it on ill for coupling at the fifth j joint of the to Arrive Soon, we f/uote prices below tlwlU'ill1lwl'p. them at once. !
I -nuck Farorite came over 4-inch piping/ became uu-crewed and ,, I II

and from was the filled Marine with Ways ballast"prepara yesterday; five sections of pipe were left in the I wU< yards Outing Flannel worth I. lHiO( yards Fancy Calico, worth i!i 4s Pairs P.oy'Solid L"atherlhoe ', I

.' .1 '//// the willlenl' llds. I tlftl) be equipped for .ervice. she ,, ground. This will have to be fished j g. to clone at ;)c. yard. ., to close at 4c. yard. worth $I I.2. our price tl 1 m.W '

.,,'',lr Willi low .!lass ami ha* been placed in! good condition out before further drilling is car : 1,000 yards Outing Flannel, worth I 2CU) yards Red and Navy Blue ( Pairs Boys'! Soltd! Leather5hoes: ,

and will be fitteu with new pars. ried on.Mothers. IOc., to close at j!.c. Calicoes, warranted fastIt.c. yard. finer quality worth $1 Li;1, our price
'I'JIIlite 1'illis
I A good assortment of Dress Goods i *l.a-. .
I ,' f '" Nat irtodwm( and Miss Maxine can: safely give Foley's .I in desirable colors in plain and 1 Hreasted'Suits, worth $I.IM>o to $1.25; ,
Elliott will have no cause to complain Honey and Tar to their children for I and 1 ; .
I fancy, worth 25c.! oOc.,7oc. $1.00, "crpwt'dhol'o.: size 2 to &. wort! ,
; of 1'tnsacola purona'is. for I coughs and colds, for it contains no :'I to close, at loc., ::5"jc., 50c. and TJC.yard. : to close at 5c. and boc. suit. $ .5o.ourprice $1.211.: > .
I the house will be | , opera packed tonight : b4 1'airs <';lIill1' Shoe, i; t<> s, Solid :
HOUSE ;; to see them in "When We1! D'AIt>mbtrte. 121 S. Palafox. i 1 All "f our 75c. Bilk Velvet to worth SIM) and $..\JU. to close at i Leather, worth U LIAm, our price 4sc.I ( .I

I Were Twentv-One" There ha. been | close\ at 50c. yard. {1.15andfl; I 135; !uit. I 48 Pairs Mis-e*', 4 to 12,
- such a ruh for eats; that: a number I will repair your watches and j i 1 lot of Silk Remnants at half- :2UO Hoys' Donbled-l'.rea: and I Solid{ Leathei worth Lea; our price f'f'I

Friday February 21.j j! ofnciety ladies will occupy chairs jewelry in first-class style. J. 11 i ibtephens. price. Three-l'iece Suits, worth $-\ till) to 75 '. II
out-iJm' the railing! down-stairs and I i .._ ; 1 lot of yard-wide Percale worth $!..}{', to clove at $:J :2,1 to |S.L;5 !suit. i 52 Pairs! :Mie.' Shoes. 13 I to y,
A1 FNOA1.KMKNI: : ;: :: j! tip\ in the circle: of the "peanut" gal -- loc., to close at 7'jC.! )'ard.IUUU We carrfull' line of Men's I worth $1.M our price Klc. I t
It.ry. Subscribe to the NEWS lOc per '' yards 4-4 Bleached Domestic Suits, from sl.60 to $10,00, to clone at You should look at our line of t ':

"1> IY I Tomorrow will be Washington'sbirthd week. no !starch at 4'c. yard. JO per cent discount. i i' Children's jo'iuIHhoel.. n't': .

:iy, and the great date of hit- J i1I

< ;N C. GOODUIIH, i tory at will ChautrtUcjiia be appropriately at DpFuniak celebrated -- F. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PRICE I 1 I (t
'- =--=---:--::-==--::::::::::::==- -== := CASH HoUSE IIt II
:Special' patriotic, addresses on the i
\ :

MINE) EliliIOTT character will of he the delivered renowned and statesman X10.:5 SOUTH PALAFOX STnEErr. @ i
appropriate r {
,,rr.t..,t AIIIetIo'aa muiic will be rend-red. The USE f N4TNING ij ij BU1 1 : ., :- rate of :.0 i-entsfor Ii
I 1' . I Iit' u- aturday ,
II the round trip i is ottered, from Pen- \ (25 SaSaS 52 52_ I .

icol.i: and i intermediate pointpci -. utl/ I Ii
: ,
We Were Twenty-One :> il trains will I be run from the Ir i !
union depot at ;HU minute interval. to i

,. mul all tliH linml imi I Clearance Sale !) clearance .
.. Sale ; : ; it itt
\ onui .1 MI N lurk I Scrofula ii ia bad thing.) inherit ,

au1.! i I acquire, but there i"i this aboutit I :

Hood's :Sarsaparill.i completely '
7 i. I I'll. I VI and :!.'II. ,. ,
cures even the worst CI.t'tlf'lIlinll : ; : 'I I

i'- "pensVedlie-d.iy i i.if r I
.\ SirRpguhr iuliahlti: p'
noon. 25 eS 525'S252525Z5Z4 1 it j
: conclave of

: |Coeur da Leon Commandery ,

ONE\ WEEK: %, INr .I I"It II I,: .Monday I No., 1.-I.-4th.!":)''KnightTnhplars. ) p. m BRAND ,-Great Clearance Sale of Outing f4onday- : "

I i i SojourningSir Knights \ : ,

)! 'lay' February 24. ., are courteou-ly HARRY invited. 10 yards for 35c.
(irs KITXEN. Recorder. \

K. C. ,. All 10-cent Outing 10 yards for 75c @
: son Theatre Go h Requires 4'nf": ( 10,000 yards wide Torchon Lace our special I
I importation !'
'1 YOUR GROCER KEEPS IT. on center \\f i ;J !
-ta nd the train of nervous neu-
to \
counter this sale ,
I at 5c '
in tke face, head or per yard. ''I! J
i ralgia. pains any IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE : $ : ::
1 of the Thee pains; are ;
part body. I II have shipment of ii
K.uiiuioeof : We just receIved.a Ladles New I
\ ,i quickly ".topped bv the use of Perry Spring Waists, rang- :t' i f ,
) ;
:i Davi' Painkiller. The relief i is iminedute ) ing in price from 50c to $5. : ; i 1 J t
\ auoke.
:' I in Pensaeola
and la-ting. Do not sutler : }I |Ylanofaetared }
: I I'lK-lefroin I j"J t j
a moment longer but use the Painkiller All Black Mercerized Sateen Underskirts
ft'j t 1 a* directed. Avoid ,substitotes : by the ;1 at Cost. ; b, ,i\ 11

N ILl't-f tieeiiofTre.ich- there i is but one Painkiller dozen Gold and Silver Shirts
50 at $1 and
I Perry Divi.'. Price :!.')c. and 60c.i Buffalo Mfg. Co. i $1.50 each. We make a t '. jI

:-'I'IH' Eastern hor"1 I -- ; : leader of a man's 50c Shirt and defy competition. lj 1
M itiuee-lh(> Wheel of j f f
i thousand dollars worth of diamond --- ,
, \.ht-Sitovka.! '! : now on display at Stephens, - ----- --- -- We call attention in Furniture Department to our New Line of Matting, lif: ;! i"I

'the diamond dealer. Call and ex- our own importation ranging in price from j'j'I '
17'c ,
to 32c
. i i l It 21th. each l.1Ja( amine them. : per yard. f"
: .' ticket Scissors, shears, pocket 11 I ,
paid :wi-cetit I t
" : ,: "' I fne il purchased: j I If your stove pipe leaks and table cutlery of the very Fifty Carpet Remnants at 75c each.*=- 1 ;: j r rj'

joints and best makes at the lowest j' ; ;- fl.t I
smoke buy new

- Ml A Vi ay i atIrda1! Ni[htl 1'elbows, from Co. the Wilts prices ware Co's., at the Willis Hard- I >:w. J. & B. FORBES ;//7. I I I7. 'k kf

Prices: 10, 20 and 30c. Hardware ,
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1 k6tt01Ag' ritiD Y FEBRUARY & 1 Qt teJ -
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J,; ;! TAR Released Long by Captivity.Brigands After I'I Dyspepsia CureNature

AND MME. TSILKA WAS ALSO FREED never makes a mistake: and the preparation 'hichduplicate.

-I I its action cannot fail.: Kodol Dyspepsia Cure ne\t-r UU U'('au-e it .

..1j gests your food by nature's. own process. Its affect is equally proms'\
That the Rev. both occasional and chronic of '
It is Now Alleged ; indigestion, dj sper.-ia and tit.'1I.'h

ka, Husband of Miss Stone's TSI-\I trouble of every kind. It digests! what you eat white the stomach r, ,'.
No dieting! is!! neces-.ary. Eat all the good food you want. "W. L" > .
: panion In Captivl.y: Clan Privy to i been selling Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for the years and ha''
I used it," write Bowman &Sons of Furnace W '
r The Greatest Throat the Abduction of the Miss'sraries.!: Valley Va, ar r I I' .
g! heard of a failure. We are so confident of its merits that w. .

Constantinople F.-b. 19.-Miss Ellen bottle under our personal puarantee.: Kodol pspejwa Cure n, T. f ,

t and Lung Remedy. M. Stone, of Boston U. S.A., and Cures All Stomach Troubles.
Mine. TsllXa her Bulgarian -
It companion ,
:; 1 : _Prep: byE. Q. neWltt.\, ( hka o. The II bottle rnntal i ,
have been released from the custody When you suffer from biliousness or constipation iiset f t

. I ti" of the T/riRands. ]pills known as DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. T

1 For over a quarter of a century no remedy ever devised for throat From was an authoritative received yesterday source information that John Sheppard, itarsris' Pharmacy Mdiiey I K,

the two women had been given their -
. ; and lung troubles has equaled FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. It freedom being delivered to the dragoman -

1' of the United States I legation.It !; .

household favorite for all coughs and is said both captives are in good
has been
; I long a : health and spirits and declare they

have been courteously treated by their

It colds and for croup and bronchitis. It I captors. I Told by Pain

:' It was announced recently that the |

Pneumonia and Turkish authorities suspected Kev. |;
pre vents I II Tsilka of complicity in the abductionof \ If you hive pains you shouJ! look Attf!

the missionaries.The them quickly. Polio shows sonuthiog 11
It relieves the wrong. The sharper the paid the more linger .
companion of Miss Stone was
I Consumptionparoxysm there is in diliy. There are thouundi
r I, Mme. K. S. Tsilka, a Bulgarian woman of women today who are bearing awful

I coughing in 'I wife of :Mr. Tsilka.. a Macedonian Fain almost continually, rather thandl I

} f q of I teacher of Samokov. Miss I Stone physician about the shooting pains la their

I I while traveling with Mine Tsilka anda lower abdomen, about the agony of fallingof
I I It cures pncu- party of about 13: friends, was captured the womb and I the distress of Irucorrhura.
vhoopingcough They let the months pass and; their trouble _
: t 'I by brigands in the district ofballlnl"a .
becomes harder to cure and more distressing.
I II Ij :Sept.:: 3.Since .
1 heal- f / ingandstrengthening i But modest women can secure exemption )
by that time vigorous efforts
4 ; I from the embarrassment of a private f hate been made by the United States ion. Then pain tells them of danger
?*, the} lungs. If taken government and by miss lIarit's to they can cure themselves by the uv oi !-

i obtain the release of the captives. The

i\i 1 asthma I brigands demanded a ransom of 25.000 : .- VINEorCARDlIIn

i in time it will [cure (Turkish) pounds but only $7iM I II

: I 5"0/ was collected for the ransom and I the privacy of their homes. You cao be

sumption and I the sum was paid over to the brigands cured without distressing publicity.: Tilh

I: and con- I Feb. 6 by M. (jan iulo. chief of the these facts before you there u no reason for
the delay which b increasing your and wasting the c days
American legation at Constantinople,
in the last stages of those diseases it always gives great comfort and j' and \\'. W. I'eet treasurer of the I I of your life. Why not stop the pain today

1' American mission at |
,kit {I B..ln, Mlu.. Ifarrh s It*
I t It who mot the brigands on the road to I hats Ulld one bottle of Wine of Cardui and one psek.r*of Tb.dford'sBtack
relief. It cures the racking cough that comes with La Grippe. I the Podrome I IAladame -DrsoghL Before I began to uke Toirmediciatt 1 b&<1I'1 ny ;
; monastery.
I back:, hipi,lower bowels and my arroi. 8 I Tsilka was educated at the I blind. My bead ached sad I was to weak: 1 could hardly walk TOM. tbs i
for all floor. Now 1 can only f..l.little of therein in my tide end I an f r contains no opiates or other poisons and is the best remedy Xorthtield seminary. At the time of use your medicines until I get cured for I believe they will rertaiDlvcara, ;
receiving! her American training and me. I hue been manned twelve ytan and am the mother of.,!ten rbildrta.
,, I thank yon for your wonderful medicin and what it kern dnn tor meYATILDA
education she was Miss! :Stephemaora| 8 M IT K*

Throat and Lung Troubles. a Bulgarian. I I For adriM and lit rttor..e4Ar.ypnor" lynpUHntTb. t 4iM' *a.i.,7
Having bean converted In childhood j) Ixpanmtol", TLe Clialtaaiwo MeOtcui Caaipur, vnaiitanQ, liaikYOU'RE

to the Christian belief, she came to
1 i America after having; refused to marry

't I the man of her parents' choosing.
i1 '
I Dr. Dwlgnt L. Moody, becoming interested -

and Colds in her welfare, found a place for
It Coughs
t r j her in his school. Having finished her

I training at that institution she became II | 0' .
I a trained nurse. While engaged/ in t t

and Prevents Pneumonia. I her professional she became duties acquainted In the Adirondacks with- /

i Mr. Tsilka. Macedonian! who had)

also been educated In the United

t I' States. At that period he was preparing 1, !iI ii

for work all American missionary
1 r
4I'W. : Soon after the completion of their y1v

A. D'ALEMBERTE I I training the couple were married and

went to Bulgaria whither they at once

'entered upon missionary work.

Miss I Stone Is one of'the missionaries .
Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox Stre et, I of the American board of foreign( W

.1 missions. She has been attached to Y re

I I the Salonika mission since 1&78.! She r 'til 1 1'z ,
J I oo.ldrrslr, REPORTED SALE OF ROAD. I fire at folkston, Ga.Waycross v .
1'4..11I11 lliivli.ind liou't you think. II i was born at Koxlmry, :Mass., where .f1. :;. .. BETTFR LOOKINGt
Oa.. Fl'! 19.
) has
j ('.irlum. thiit it would.pua| : the i curtains St Louis and San Francisco Buys the I been received from Folknton of a file her mother resides.ROBBED ,, .C...., J' .' .-. t"!.in Dial", nl'<<. .' .."..,,. ,' it >
I I :n I 1C e U : ; I n
IAlxlnld.tnuke:' Oklahoma and Western.St which occuired there about I s .. ,.'. Vi ,
I midnight: BANK $173,000.I e_ . .
It OF .
't.'J.j. I". "
V'tuiuifi- fun ire Hie test and 1-ouU. K -b. ft -A *p lal to Tilem"hp.llt:1r.Jol'l'at Two stores belonging: to Mrs. :M. I. i *!>- .
> ... v I. I- I. I -
'ri t tiiiiMilerati-1 ,,li.uii| ,'\lr i 1 \
: from Oklahoma City, I Davis and !S.; M. Mills]) were destroyed, \ FRONT
il\'''l. ( if enliraIt WouldUUUtt \., aayo: together; with the residence occupied'' H. B. Matteson's Peculations Extendedfor \ )

\ llll.l'llllilV.. ||, linn. )'"u"1 It is repotted here on KOOI! authority by the Davis family in the rear of the Period of Three Years. \ Royal WorcesterAND
Utter Like Ili.-iii I town calaboose
near by ,
-- -.-- I ; The Independent from Great Falls. ,'C', ,
has been purchased by th.t. Louis was also destroyed. The loss' is .
atvl! San Kranns, o railway. This line he supposed :Mont. sa.\':; that II. Matteson.: who '
BREVITIES. 1 to about $:!.t14\1I. it Is not (( Bon
on Jan.confessed; to embezzling t";. v Corsets
Former Got rnor L 1 Hradlonl is iM'ing constructed from Oklahoma! I Vnown just how much insurance was1 Ton r

of New liras n in an ota n b l'rllH"1 City to Quanah. Te\. on the ColoradoSouthern. ,I tarried! on the goods or the buildinu. flnO from the First National hank while 1w
; : acting as cashier is known to e.C
1""lIIilf'S.111 o! thin cityrro.isitis now a; .
otejo ( "h
Governor anno'in .
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w'4 runtinue to Art as 11'<:I'lIt of the' the Kock; Island at Chicka I Body of Flood Victim Found. have taken $178.nO(1.( his operations ev rt1 alerr.cir'" I ?, ,

(',. .-" of .\,;(kultun' alii I Me( li.iui- sha thence thron'i Lawton: the I new I' Columbus da., Feb. lit.-The body tending over three yrars. The farts

cal X": R ill tlite of the KOVeinoi's I1it city of Will liust..ey. one of the three n; |i. were made known at a meeting of the ROYALVORCESTER CORSET CO.

: i i otifyine him of his ..hsmibxalfn Tl.o Oklahoma and Western line I proes drowned at the North Highlands bank directors yesterday and another

:, .'t' in hat ntkc'Ir.: : I'nnoe denies in additions to traversing the new res dam during the first week in | complaint was sworn out against Mat WORCESTER MASS.

I i tint the governor: ot'a territory has enation: just opined gives the 'Friscodire January, has just been recovered. Itwas teson who was out on $5.000 hail. Ho

t.t ,! tt. power to remove a teintonal oft ,.t new run"ntintl with the ('"In. I found in the city mills pond float ': was taken before a commissioner and
nuio Sniithein. It will be in the his bond fixed at |i5. 'rtftt the new
.. fli .U during his terra of otn< ellobert operation Ing on liurfa((' of the water. The
,. .. by Jan. 1 next body was not very badly! decomposed| charge being that he embezzled 1x5 S ;.
I. :\1. Snyiler." the Kansas City I
(JIll) Oct. 20.
the extremely cold weather having acted on
fiuancirr for whom a 1.1\( II warrant I
Noted Bane Captured. as a preservative.Well \Jatte"on! *as not found until late

,, I teas 18-siiPil b> the gram' in.) tl.r jury Central.l'tl1r' I I HI Paoli Tex.. Keh lit..Ramon ni. I last night. He could not furnish' the TRY TB NEWS'N VNT COLMN N !

f iy.! ('IJar':1Ibrlbl'l fralll hl .- ascs.) Los reached I Undo! leader of the islan 1 "l-and ot outlaws 1 Known Horseman Dead. 'i new bond and he will probably betaken .
.1 Tnwtior
wii! ( h inW:? amb1:! ),'.l ands j jnmrdored Raleigh Feb. l'i! .-(leorpe I>. Hentt to Helena and lodged in jail.
Now Yolk and ha;
J St. Louts fiom ". Captain Jones of tho: Tirstj j ",' of CioldlMjro. who had farce business National Rank Examiner Lazeer
: Id"n iMiml in the: BIIIII of $ .tniii tot I -
r I Texas UanR.'rs. has been capturM bKd >' interests in Raleigh and who was states that if Matteson should secure
I 1 : t i.g Ja.hit' llyan lor ai;"-ai< "i court Ilryant. an f'x.ran;.>r. nalmdn. has the best known horseman in North bail on th* second charge: he will he TIME TABLE. I'
th.11 I
4' George: \\' l',>rkins. diainiian of I been in hiding\! but recently became Carolina died! at St. Louis yesterdayof ,. at once rearrested on a charge of emberiling -

\1 4 fin mtmuiit: -iof th" 1'nitcil states :j Involved in a shooting affray in Donna pneumonia. lie was in that cityon 18.0i)0. The hank officer LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. ,

t t'\r: Stl (oorjoiaiion say. tint the snot I, Anna ounty. N. M.. and his return a visit. became convinced that Matteson was IN KKKECT HKCKMIIKIt I. fwd
II 11: mittha,; under fonsiiU-mtiou a plan :I from old :Mexiro was reported to --. "- preparing to I leave, and that was the

It f: to .ou\.-it pact if n"t all of the com i I officers have since bent Ib'l Funeral of "Billy" West principal reason for having him arrested I'. New Orleans and Mobile.
\ New York Feb. IS. Funeral ... ..
into services --- --- -
sloe k of the corporation a
mID the lookout! for him. on a second charge and having the
1t W : 5 I'r i t'nt hood I over the late well Known min ball increased. It now develops that xo.e.; o.4. i &o,2. So. ,. So I !It. i
7 10 1t:1 Leave..... ,
a m : p Psneeeols..Arrive
strel.! 1IiIl) West, will he held today 6w a s n
r.1j! The tienat committee on clalmsl I Last of Noted Twins Dead. the embezzlements began In Dec. 1&9S! : MCi a :!:27 p 1:02 a i 1..avtl.I..lnm"IOO. Leave 1:1':: a ,!.Ii p
at the clubhouse In Brooklyn of the 11:1: a 4:2t: p 5:55 a Leave Mobile I..vlt .
+ I. hall authorut-d a favorable report pn Raleigh Feb. I.-lI"f'\or McLean, .. .. I It.II. n'l A
7- ,
Order of Elks Well known theatrical : .p. a 1..8 w nrtean's I.rerr_ n T.YS.
Hurricane p_ _
I ({ the omnibiia clitiiiis hill and later Senator survivor of the noted McLean twins, Apia -

!1 tj I Warn irported, the lull to thuseunte died yesterday at his late home near men w ill-act-. IlS. pallbearers.- i San Francisco. Feb. 19.-Passengers North.
I '
As reported the l bill makes. Llllineton. His twin brother hush arriving from Pago-Paeo. Samoa on
I 1 I A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. No.2. No. t. M. ,
(, ; an aitsrepate appropriation of $.I, died! three years ft$O. They were bornIn the steamer Sonoma report that a 11:116pm 1:15pm Leave-- Prn'aeola. Arrive .'.'pm i. .
.k Lt, (I.'..1.M2.Kepresfntativr. I Harnett county Feb 16. 1S10. were Mr. W. W. Baker of Plainview, great hurricane occurred at Apia I\Ham &.'"p 01 Arrl e_, lontKODl..rJ ?.i.rave 11Ihan1 Ii
It" Neb writes: ")Iy wife had lung; 1I:5f1am fIl ipm Arrive,. !5lrmlugham .. Isar.
i ; KirliarilM, of Ten wealthy and educated and alwa'sdrtII"t'd trouble for over fifteen \Ve about Feb. j 2! or 3, and that the Norwegian j'j pm :1:111. m Arrive.. ...:-.bvllh. '" .l.rave :JI2I.m 4 ;
J years. bark t:$J a m M:13 a m Arrive .... Lout.vtil. .., .
alike Telefon was said! bar'e'teen brave e.16 ..
i precisely Hector a
r 'I n.eRPP, has introduced a lull to refund never tried a number of doctors and spentover I.' 7t) am 11\V: am Arrl\'e.... (;Inelnnat!.. I....".. en p.PI 1
I j to religious.! ohAritaUe. literary recovered from the shock of his broth a thousand dollars without any blown ashore along with two or' _7:91 a m I'J p m_ A rrve "I.I..ou-" _. .Leave: .4LR p mPENSACOLA .
t and art Inp.itxitions the tax collected er's death. They never married and 'I relief. She was low and I lost all three smaller vessels. There wa no AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1 ', hope when a friend ?upe-ited report of loss of life.
lepai and Inquests under the were always together. The bodies will try-
t ;] .; on / of the war revenue ..n. Ifr j rest in the same' prave I in, Foley's Honey and Tar. which ,, No.21-Daity No 8-Daity No Slop where lime not .bown :>'0, :-0' v

: 1 operation I did ; and thanks be to this great Jones Appoints Tutwiler !! 11:5:1: pm 7:00 a m IL..ave.. ...I'.n.acolt.. .Arrive ,
.t Samuel \Vtxilner. president of the'American 'remedy it saved her life. She i iI is Ala. 12:15 nlgb' 7:13" .... Iob..mla. 10'P'h" .,
Feb. 19. 1".117
Steamer Burns Watchman Montgomery, -Judee
: Cremated. u )!) ...
1'is-tiHms and lIu'trlbutillg I stronger and enjoys better health : 7:11\ 111,11. .
Cleveland. Feb. 19.-Fire early today I she Jones of the federal district court, US" TIM .,.,E.cambla .. '
than has III.In"
that there ever known in ten
'. lni! < the alert .
< | 12.\ .... .. 4
1"1 flmllan Mulat .. "
the I has Carl Tutwiler 1"tIS":
is. ficht nf unusual dimension lietween destroyed upper work of th- 'I y arg. \Ve shall never be without appointed United \' tiII" 7.:1 II to.. ... ._ Harp ... .' 10:21 It .
any. steamer Frederick Foley's, States commissioner I! :_) ... .. .
( and the ind* Kelly 1)'lnin/ "!inter Honey and Tar and would at Troy. Tutwiler : 7.\ ..GrltCity II 111.1$ II -
the hfky! trust -I' quarter here. When the flames i aks those afflicted to try it." W. A.D'Aleusberte,1.21 has for four years been one 1-s 4 1:'111.' -... .... Milton .. lulu ,.
eiulent di.. llU'rs. 1110 am. ... _...Uood !tall ge ..... t :..
_. : had, been subdued th.. firemen found :ri.: P Palafox. of the only two Democratic deputy internal I: 'i" ILI5". II ........... 11011 ..... .. YbS 4 '.
i Andrew Curne :ie hat offered $15.0 .- the body of Watchman L. Walker lying i revenue collectors who were retained %::!II". :'J" II MilliKan ........ Y:5l II t 1.
; Cal., for 2g.: kMA II ,_ Creenl......... II It 'Of
of Pomona. eu 4
Zia ") to the city I Ii In the hold of the vessel burned Medical Society. Attention. after the election of : ran' ..
!j to McKinley BS4 ,. ....._ II ser Land ....... II ":M" It
i : the estaMishnunt of a free public Hl.ttry !1 i a crisp There will be a regular meeting of 9:3!! 11:11) _.._ Mosey IIt'ad ..... N..1 + ..
i t.oI: to to 'a
1Is5: .
condition that the city Hprlnge" eLM :4$
'I i. with the he Pensacola Medical Society at Dr. Cunningham Announces. 4:1M IIU to _...._ Argyle .. T." It : "
'i! furnis>h< s the site and imi'port the 11- French Troops Arrive at Colon the Board of Health office! at & I Birmingham Ala., Feb. 19.-Dr. R. 4P} to II: 7' _.,.Ponce de Leon._. 71" I i
i iI 'clock j t fIIJI": 111:10' .. _WeUvllle...._ 7:11" I a
m. Tuesday. Feb. 25 1
4. t.rary' 'I New York Feb 19.-The French p. M. Cunningham, of Ensley, In this'' fIj": 10.15' .._ l'arytlll.l._ II 7:11" I 4.
I I Senator Scrtt. from the senate com steamship! Canadah has arrived at Co- Visiting: physician are cordially county announces himself as a candi- 5.33" 10:$) _Uoolfay__ II 8.M It I 'ff
I Invited to attend. i 6:11' l :I1" II __ ChIpley .,.. 8.1" I .1
1 inlttte on public buildings,, reported favorably i I lIon from Savanilla with 500' soldiers DR. E. F. BRUCE date for the Democratic nomination 1 1I I Ii 8J: Iln to _.....Cottondale._ O.IM U.''s I'I'
tte bill authorl/lng the conMructlon i and 124 officers among whom are i for the offles of lieutenant 7 tO" 11:25". ..--Marianna. ._ It. 0n It I!
President. governor
I 7:30" l1tS. 11 It lID
rree ... 6H 11.1
of a public building at New J three generals; says a Herald special DR. W. C. DEWBERY, i which was provided for in the new ]:, 7:411" 11:5 .". _Oran Ridge_ It 6Jt! If 1
Orleans at a limit of cost of $1.250.000.' I from Colon. ii25ttr Secretary. | constitution j I I 7:51 "' Uf6 noon tlneadl It 6:11" I. y, .
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Tile Sergeant's Story Some Rare Table Fnr.i.b1.R... J'

Dinner tables are not quite completely t..
set without conversation plates. The 'I'
i >r "InaJ J Jfn His loveliest come In rich colored, ban,; t

ted States infantry wad I painted royal Vienna plates, some with

It 1\ .i* midnight. T relief ortraits of great beauties. others with

it. t" UK* joiardhouse romantic: scones artistically rendered

,it f-[*.<'iully one man with Hold Infers :around the rim. 1

1 d .1't yet got: usd to I I Among the pretty things! seen in rich !
Lydia. glassware is a mayonnaise ,...t. Thaconsists !

..' t .. < li.mce." he said! "1'11 of a salad bowl of rich cut
.ppinjay. Tu think glass with sterling: silver ladle. :S:: .,:uesets

In three pieces, showing the ,
v 1 I."'II. l-em uudt-r ori come
i ,'k"- that!" howl ladle and plate to set the bowl \ t
These sets are a valuable addition
i. taikin' utiouty asked! on.
S 1 to the housewife's cupliiard.: '
n. sward, with four
I I.i.. sUt-vc. Plnkham'sVegetable It !is particularly noticeable in the

I: '..Me.I I ( 1 2 J china shops that the old fashlon--J

t t'oU. want tu shoot white hina with jrflt: I is l-ecomlrir p >l" ,
l out Humble jou'd It ular. These sets are almost dupllcat.-a .
1 .11'! I'f' ewe Oil Ifse of the old fashioned "tea Fets" of'
early days and) come lathe I
1 i
e uiiuMT. 1'VapM I I
in face with death old fashioned shapes, made of t tie.
1..U\.llIlIIt ISumble, clear\ ware. Of course this ware I Is,

'!tit UN pluck that costly and therefore the woman v\ti.

I was ready to drop has retained as a family heirloom her
i.iurdir." grandmother set is fortunate.A .

.'Iintt'r" said a voice\
'i HIT of the guard !!.( Cupboard.Ijirjre .
, Compoundthat k'I., ix-cupy n large amount

: the l>"n 1t n t. "\Ve of spare: i if ihej, are to be propi-rly taken
;|.iinard" in towards c.-re of, and in small tats or summit

,-...111I' oursi-lxes nut houses it 1 is usually n cotiMih-ratU'ii ti>
our Kiincnt was economize spare as much as |....."". ..

:. and our company I Therefore a Mijrjrcstion for n hat cupboard -
front. Tbi' captain is curing women. and washstand i-omblm maybe
useful. The arrangement can l I"t
I:ulUlIt.-JU"I reported I
and the most ordinary
ami more of a baby easily carried out
washstand will emt tin purp.*-.
!I." I* inns ahead iui
i .'. raj'by oC the connli.irp Mrs. Watson tells 1 As to the arrangement; beneath tht'walhotnn.1 t
lookout\ fur the which is to serve the its*

mill' from the oppit- all suffering women of a liutbox. all that is necessary is aiphelf

'" :M u". I was with or two- say one shelf at the foot

-i l 1..1010.11 a telygraphmneblue how she was of the washstand legs nod II lIuI I.. r '
that and the washstand -
midway I between
11\.1' MX mils from cured and advises drawer. These two sh..'l\i-s \\ 111"tl1ke"

.l 1 was Mrppin' into :l large' Unit.timed huts comfortably
i A.. hills .ovi-rcd with without cruMiint them." They must |Hjirotectcd d
i .1 Mjddmc heard them to follow her from dust by shtittlmc time

ilr anil !In.fort us cuplioard In with tlovvenil chintz n-r- t

\ -paiiii-h lill::., t.. Mir example. twins, which at the same time Ix-nutify
'I":1": huiidr.-ds- the furniture. It I is a prettr idea to

:. .,r us xvf satistl.-d d Here is her first letter Ipnint the washstand with floral gar

"'i H'lil tip] to ti! \lieu lands similar to those on the chintz.

> :1.1 Span| :..h nt him R to Mrs. Pinkham :
:im tl.iT o'Jjrcr come Bachelor Girl'. Trunk.A .

...,"11 Kuglish. % combination trunk and writing
(PUBLISHED BY PFRdd16610:1,1)
:.wtY desk> has l,,-,-n devised, by n :\t'w1'' ''-,
., March: 15, 1899" 'woman Necessity was truly the mother -

.r;. of this invention, the combination
',,1' being a diminutive ballroom, a limited
"DEAR MADAM:-I am suffering from inflammationof Inconu1 and a "bachelor' woman's 11t..l

'III' lientfnar.t Lr.d seen the ovaries and womb, and have been for eighteen for a convenient\ and ral'Irl\l\lllltrR\\'l'r.'
". This dehipi not only gives two bur::e
.> :if the telyirraph: : ma
months. I have continual and in
.!11 ni of the "cit and a pain soreness my drawers, but at the same time dot not

"-.' .1-11' business. : back and side. I am only free from pain when lying I

i \In- s.d.:: I hiti' tike! a down or sitting in an easy chair. When I stand I suffer I R
with severe pain in my side and back. I believe my I
!11!>' acruph; op
". i t. |-'itii,' :V. semi! troubles were caused by over-work and lifting some -v e.5"Z

.r .- tl.i'it ':
p, years ago.
i .-\ '.11.
.J ....1 t :.,' IVtiten-' a "Life is a drag to me, and I sometimes feel like '

giving up ever being a well woman ; have become careless

v. ''I wt..e vo-.r: 1.1\:.". can 'S ,r and unconcerned about everything. I am in bed now. I
\\ a
'i nut
i I have had several doctors, but they did me but little good. I

i. 't %''.,b'!: :a lilt l. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been I

: I n' hit ,id. amid the l>'lyii T4ri
recommended to me by a friend, and I have made up my mind ;
', '.Ii', i II M-nd the rues ING,
,idtUJx l+
to give it fair trial. I

1 p.r ,1 I l.t.! s:.i(] r'.e Spaniard.oHi.itor I write this letter with the hope of hearing from you in

i I'I | r; n.'iKW-ted: with tie regard to my caseMRS.: S. WATSON, Hampton, Va.
.\ id. '..'ut."nan; ; abl Ol.} him torn

,I .ii.d jest 11110 .ill van ready the

I in In 'r' I !.e w.want1l'1, Mrs. Pinkham's advice was

..u''l.t I.,- wrung his bauds, ,

promptly received by Mrs.
.!'!.. .t. -inil I won't:

Ntui! 'r pt)" !said Watson and a few months later
i 'I i ', \sl you'uuld TUCNK thin AS WIUTINU TAI E
decrease tbe amount of I run r .''ut

.. ;: w. i :r said tho she writes as follows : nod leaves it easily: credible' The

.,'. a..,. 1 1e. I. one after photograph\ sliov\K. mi old I trunl.. now

,.."> : .. I. ,'.' u* stand (PUBLISHED BY r1R!: ISIOS.) user1 as a vvritin talile. It 1':1111"- ma.l..
T1. with tit "November 27,1899. ready for traveling in los than :i min

ti.m ; 'eoUt.fu ute's time. It was states soul* time
,'.' r backs& DEAR MRS. PISIIIAM1: feel it my duty to acknowledge ago that a man was the inventor, buttLaura

to you the benefit that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 1:. ItiuU.n;:!,arm j"i the p.iti-ntee,
and in Justice to her this stat.-mcut is
ill \
: > i 1 ttard1m
has done for me. made. '

? w 'h'r "I had been !suffering with female troubles for some ---
llonnd "Ine'u.blon..
time, could walk but a short distance, had terrible bearings
., Among the many charmin;; device
i I f I. -,: )'011I down pains in lower part of bowels backache and painin
,' t Tiren my for pincushions non Is inre attractive
? .; a ovary. I used your medicine for four months and was so than tinrouii'l linen covi-riil with ;'
some plain s-'ft silk wit!! a |-nT! of tto :
'. ,d the $Iaut much better that I could walk three times the distance. that silk iirouud tie side. (ivir tb. t 'J' and ,
: :..r -.crItlchl' jour
I could before."I lio'.tom! is laciil l jicro-s. the |puff either
\\'. ,i iret him out of
i n daintily! .n.lnilrest I rmiiid I.h.! ..* of
health than have
in better I been for
: ., u I it.--, rest of juu'lls. : am to-day more .
white!! lim n or of Ian-. I toe of tiuj j,rt
... .' than two years, and I know it is all due to Lydia E. Pink ties! ,is tv''h; l.i-e CIIVITS rr >rhpted -
,..-d ..- .1.! ,iU but one.ity .
ham's Vegetable Compound."I in a pale i ; rn ri-iiiinds: one of the
U'n' readIIV.T
w.i- i > \Irh\ Lite: : i-ytHTiis '! he tUrrnil! uswJ)
recommend your advice and medicine to all women
for t.111'1'! \ ,..r is No. 11111( Tb' Bftflnl
\' was the who suffer" MRS. S. WATSON Va.
Hampton, Iff:: M.k\ 1 llffs out tiHWi'-U the l;:i

II! ". >. li'i-h: :ne ,..:11\1. .it -. l'rhroIIt1 .
.:id t II! '' 1.1 not tell\ : ; ...| ." I;
Mrs. Watson's letters prove that Mrs. Pinkham's :opnr H'lti u linen "H u..1. the ;'-<
y. I ,in' the litUn'liii .I.j..1' | iiiiil hole litltrhe, '
free advice Is always forthcoming on
: ; .1 tumwl wad and
eyelets are uorkiil iu tech broad
nevi t'irget the U-au- request and that It Is a sure guide to health. scallop! for the ril'tion or silk ronLSoiiietunes I

oil ''.,s face.hl his These letters are but a drop In the ocean of :; i lid cover is UMI! far thliottoin <

inlur I it was biuxelf and liey evidence proving that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable the top| being tiers. ] anal <. !'iri' e up uow at the base of the puff unit l :iriiiK Ib .
on tlyin' v\ithoiit S Compound CURES the Ills of women. ha me effect ou the top. I' ,
the toward most any '
medicine in the world has received \
.' *,:oh a .1.alb. It No other such '
\ Drn In thelllr..
tIl:Iklo' about. !Itiurt' widespread and unqualified endorsement.
S An attic room with its sloping! f...II.. t
i! ''iiu' the tears out ., .'tl No other medicine has such a record of cures of ink and irn-Kuhir walls, can l-e
.- .hi. lffflDlike...,. female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends. Into the most thannim: IHtU
"den" imn;:inalile. Th- iSornn-r: windows L
i -n II th> Spaniards; ; ; p. Do not be persuaded that any otherS swam jiiht made ft.r a I head, boa
Window so f at and I its pile! of downjjiillows.
v -at before a reap :; medicine Is Just as good. Any dealer who
,, The odd chairs and Hits of furniture
t badcotn upan that it'|pis ar tat out of lace In i' '1

>.:11. ,ad bills planti that a I your case. He is seeking a larger profit. other parts of the '11'.1"1'11s'IU"\ often it'I ;! : 1 "t I I ,i

.4 fit into tips I I quaintly >>liiH-d| room 111&10'| ;
!, > Kiuriu' death like
.1' the record of this medicine and
Follow rememberthat I ,; I
as though it i-j bad "foIl pun tinsel! fot
"'' :1 i i lire m n;:!ne. 'I'hek .
thousands of of that lull the lric-a brad :t '
l 'I,lovvu whore theyH these cures women whose lettersare very p1 Avast ,; ; l I
'"1 novrlilet; in the! way of pirttinlriia.tir
>ankb officer was constantly printed in this paper were not brought '
ciibts that have tetu mark- .. .
r wounded as he run I ,
about by "something else, but by awn to such ricljd'jlously: lute I.. ; .: F
I'-umlth ordertil 1 tie to i '
"t-s Fince the holidays make it JK>* s !. tale I
.. .
'.n our rites. Ivin t'U 1
.. to lit up one of these retreatl "
!.irwd to and vut our i I
Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable very attractively at very small cost. i tf ,
.'\ .1I, the (ialliu's. re i !1. y. !
'-selves the lieutenb'itsir i
Compound To ( Iran Colil I.a.... j I !!hr. ,:
b.' UsIna
'. plain atVe>t To clean joil: a.f'e. trimming amid j r i fl\\
fringe soak the iirti<'!'' in beuzoline an.! 1 ". f : :

J continued Con- when tlfIrfluI.I! art take out and H !Z. t 'k I
> rREWARD Owtngtothefact tlul.ometkepticatpeople bantrom time totim qu iioned i scrub lightly with a small brush fin \1 r... I [
"i> man who ha,l t'snpt of the um"olall letters we lie constantly pubh.hln. we i : ;
::1 $' the hate genwuenns deposited smith lime )latonal City Bank, Lynn. Mex.,15 OQD, "hlch well, which: a little! dry plaster of parts hat J". I 'i. ',
"ii '
;I fur 1'umlile, ; .
5 0 0 0 chow that the above lesumonals not Renume or..c published beforeebtai.inQthewrlter'a
stn been [ :
who "prlnk".l.t'If'f lira-'iinz, rlnj- i
be pfd le lit penen .
i, 1 n'i.i kin Jtiiy Mi.h re ) special permv.oon.. LYDIa E. PISItHAII! !IIEDICISa CO, Lynn, lima.t J !
In !some clean<< nzoLDe t : and dry U
lit: l.ieutenaiit ltumbielN'
clean rags.
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.ti SOCIETY EVENTS I T. N. ADAMS.' Feet Furnishers far Cash Only. "The Cup that Cheers- ,

but "
not inebrlatt
1 l j o1, N a line writv

originally to apply to ta : l>u' ,

AND D PEDSONAESI FOR SUPERVISOR !''OUR I expre.ion adapt: itself a. WI.,

;; .1 I Otlee-if of the better s'r1.- .

It -- -- : only kind we handle.Ve'!! t b.

t,1 to have you jive u ,t tru! .
;j C. J. \Vernf-r and wif- and Dr.I Great intere-t was maiiife-ted: in with
i good ;;f'I"l'l|
I \\'ililtm1.: 'et of Chicago are'amun the meeting of the county democratic I I "I.- i

: thetrue-tsat, the Ecjmbia.I : executive committee last night and Staple: Gr'eerie+. I'rlt.alll'ed .. -

k' I : r. We-l-y CrHi-lUTTof) Nah- and a large number of citizens were It t I ; at

vil!", leu"'h-n arrived hf-r and II
at the court house to learn the re- ,
will :a-si-t hi. brother, Or: \\111. (i.Crtn j I Pat f Wugh's
i 1.J i "tHW in hH practice.. j ult. The meeting gins. called to IS: THIS; TO THE READERS OF THE NEWS, A ,

recommend, for appointment: by the AND FROM NOW OX THIS fo\P.\< I''t'ILf.. i
Mr. O-car Kd -ir of tits Journal'st : ": !
: : ,
I'lt 1'- ,
1 governor, a successor to Henry I
: >ditoriil-tail: who his; been having I
I ji, i rather severe attack of la grippP, Clay Crabtree, deceased as supervi ,
; Is improving and wilt ;'1.)0 be at his -
: ,
;i +or of registration.
J'p.: .)-'tuf duty a;:din. ', W. i( i"n. .'"h ."" ,
H.T.Pursell of 3 and
,it precinct -. alii tree to all old-fa."' 1 _
t J.V.. Lurton, who >ijf"rtherl"t B. Hubbird of precinct 16 were absent ,, VVE WANT YOUR ,, trus that bold- the r ; '.
'" the tn\ent"' 1& .
t-everal been
dav am'HIthe farmers I
.1 A. :!I. McMillan held the )! '-lt-'I tree H.i ( ,, :" .
6w of \\'e-teru Florid counties i ii w "
i 0". impre..inn upon them the free dI' proxy of Ed. Senior, Jr., and Mark AND IF BY PAIR AIVP SQUA1JKI !I I

j ofercf the L. & N., rettirued last Mayo held the proxy of M. H. >K A LIIVO, BACKED BY THE MOST: COMPLETE : -

f night.! ': Mayo. All the other members were i AND VARIED STOCK OF SHOES IX !
j ; ,
,I' The Foreign! Mi i :ioa Society of present. I i it

t l' the M. K. Church will bold a Mite i;,t In announcing the object of the : i=WHY WE SHALL GET IT != 1 : I KOI opening at the residence of Mrs. i .
: Parkhill a.. : ITranseetinosat tbe c : ,
meeting, paid '"
... 'I
A. M.McMillinat 3M I :\ o'clock tomorrow - .
yIpnl.marP" 'lbly not b< !.y
beautiful tribute to the memory of I j : :
i afternoon, llnfresbinents until nextUar.]
I' { will be ttrved. All members! are :, Henry Clay Crabtree. The committee I OUR INTRODUCTORY I II :i
II then to business.
I proceeded
; | { mpoHTH
urged to attend. |
II Committeeman Waters wanted an I For February to eats .. I .
: .' I'I't open ballot, by roll call, but he was' I -
t Driving Out the 1-:01'1111 ; voted down and Uncle Cal Tippin's $3.00 ,j AKKIMU.

)j ';, Thee are the days of colds\ sharp ,IJ motion for a secret ballot and the 1 I j 1 j span M HHDtanderlno. 1 I..;.1. t .
4 J ind ;;sudden attacking throat and appointment of two tellers, to count j Galrrson; put In fur hunker coal!
:, Dutch s* Alpha. 1314. l.uneveu,>'
IUII!*", and leading to con-equeuces the vote, prevailed. :, Ladies' Welts lace or button extension to MHLI'O

.it.* doe not like to think about. : Mr. Filligiui moved to drop the .o j! Am u IVnsacola, li.>'.. Leech, >. .. .

i Auld further exposure and tight ; lowest man after the second ballot ,0 Velour Calf and Vici Kid, for I:'1 j, toUjlf hrscb Tran M t' s lt,t'o 1'fJ.UouM, HartnaI

the enemy of health and comfort I This was amended to read after the i I I A MernttACo

: ',I 5 with ferry Davis' Painkiller the fourth ballot, and, as amended, wa I -

j'.I': family stand-by for sixty )'ears. It carried. $ a. a 5I :I (,I.IARPD.tIplLn : .

i: I conquers a cold in a day. See that The Chair appointed Messrs. David u I'rKulola. mlilitional ears!x t -

t" you get the right article. There is Sheehan and H. C. Clopton: as Nnzulre.i with M tuu pliusplmte rixk, vs 8

f :1. but one Painkiller, Perry Davis'. j Ill I I1 tellers. !IJI Hpan Hantnndenno. 1 Oa motion of Mr. Vaughn it was 0 i bolt> Transit I.. for leaver, wilb :Su> I.

: Cleaning ladies skirts and waist ordered that those placed in nom- i, ,-lYIYE( SHOE i i coal. lalur-fKtiii'
CO. t .
I' Am 88 1'.nac"I. IHTA. Le.'ch, bv < ::
j : 1': H one of our specialties. Htar Laun I inatiun by members and those who i Transit ('0 for cHl\e.toD. tab -'.'.'lJ t..i.-
dry I had tiled notice of candidacy i in I I [ coal
i I
--- .- writing should be considered 'can- |
Feet Furnishers for Cash Only 102 South Palafoi
1 CAKMVAI. ASSOCIATION I didates for the place. MA Il.ItD.
( Chairman Parkhill stated that II. I i Am u 1'en-aoolH, leech,halventoli
M II.I. MKKT MONDAY! I II 1 T. Pnrsell had tiled I tier u l'Iaudlu.l'I !' a notice of can. GENKHAli FHKNCH SCHEDULE
is I'rguiola.Oolou, 8t Naiaira;
i1 ); The <": Association will!! hold i'jdidacy, but had later voile e3wR'et' e
'Other* who had filed Following I Iii the schedule of the I
I itf llr.t meeting after the lIlt):! cele- j jC.] W. Taylor, Wai. W.Sweeting: I|I i!I government steamer General Frenchi ; THE 8U1PPINU.VfcHSKLH ,

I l i I bratioii next Monday night, whou it I and L. C. Crabtree.Nominations For Infants and I
1 I i which THE NEWS for the
\ .f 11 expected that new officers for the were then declared' IN I'UUT.
The Kind You Have
II .
in order and Mr. Waters placed in benefit of the merchants who ship Always l.TEAralllrs.span .
1 succeeding carnival will be elected A Ucla, Kfi.Lu; arraiin, to tilt' I a
1 j .;;jII 1 f i nomination T. N. Adams ; lr. ich.1{I their goods to the various army Bit i'o
1 1'1-: ; and other preliminary plans will bee olsou nominated l'm.1 'Sweeting Bears the'iI' // I ler lariekull4'brntdertoorder
,t (II posts: .. .. .
laid. and Mr. Sheehan: nominated J. B. i Signature ( er Orion lUll Uot to Roar 1' i
I "I Ii. i I ... A Co
Jr. Leaves Pensucola 7.noa. m.
Vaughn, Balloting then m"
i The otUeers will be a began, HAKKS
I president, Leaves Karrancas. .... 7Sn a. in.Leaves .
y i t I! t1 vice president, and treasurer with the following result: I Plcken .. ....n....._. PI:,")a. m. It Aldor, 1"I7, Kerreto, to 1'.o.aC'olo' I I. ":'.
f secretary I First Ballot-Adams, 7; Sweating!: heaves liarraocat .. .. ,.._. ,,:Iii e. m. -- I, b..rl'oIt
rs.! ; I and it i is understood that re ig5, j Vaughn, Taylor; 2. i PeaBacola ... ..........._. .......10158. m. Bros Biauchetto, Mortola. to Kn'a>_ j

It nations from the present little bandar Second Ballot-Adams; ij; Sweet-: makes Arrives a trip Barrancas to frortMcKee 11.10 a. m.and and then then returns 8"O/4L / / i i It Itaccictn Ke\ello, ell, Itatnen. t" I i.oo i. ..

'i l not improbable and the/ i ini!'. 4 Vaughn; 4 ; Taylor. 3. ,I to P.arrancas. I 5"' Hros
propos Third Ballot-Adams 9; Vaughn, o ItoaBarrancas, ... ..? 1:15: ) p. m. Nor Caimbatore, Rorcnen. |in '"> u
: in,; of several new names for memo Leaves Pickens .. ... .. 1::!5 M\'fan.
t 4 ; Sweeting, 3; Taylor, 2. Lrftves Fcnsticolft ..__ .._. l:.!O p.p. in.m. Oft Ctflf /J( WOf D.MONliV 1 I It tarsus I..
I tJer hip( are expected. The gentle. 0 0it Fourtn Ballot-Adams !'J; Sweet-: Lea\i-s Fickt-ns ...._ __.. 5.15 p. m. ......,....... -- -- It {Corona. :?. Itozto, to ord..rSor .
J i it ;' neu who are said to ba coutemplat-i lay 4 ; Vaughn: Taylor, 2. Arrives Barrancas 5:.*) p.m. and Biakoatrip : t Co Outre 7x. Larsen, to W H K -

i ing handing! in their resignations Fifth Ballot-Adams, 12; Sweet I to McHee and return. I'OMONKVTOLOAN 'I'' It Jo"owllIllt.: 1'ellernio. to list 1

t 0 are very much taken up with buii i ing, 4 Vaughn; 2. On Wednesdays and Saturdays the hous It Inea t:1I8a. IIU5 U..rtIlIIlU". I., ., ;,
1 t ns matter of their own and cannot 1 j Oa motion of Mr. Sheehan the boat will leave Barrancas via 1'ick- and all Nor IeabeI.IITWeeloIiMLI.
I It Lln.III.. .
l NanilMilino. to Ito- i
JI fee their way clear to retain | nomination of T. \. Adams was '; ens for Pen.aeola at 6:30 p. m. ulml property. Terni easy. !I! Nor Maeoa. MA, Kllief.en: to 01

t their tnetubt i ,hip in the association I : then made unanimous and the secretary The General French ia for army secrecy A)4;J South Itoaran Palafox teed.street.fUNEVTULKNDoa Apply. to A. A. I lut! Norden,5T4l.uoabergloar

,t dudi! VI:! proper attention to private instructed and --- It Pensaeolac'iNtmosettl, to l'..i '
was; ; to so certify to o 1 purposes only anyoutsider must Co

1 bamiKSt matters. the governor I 11 have a pas from the quartermaster oO'' 1 tate,la large or small Improves i, Br Veronica. Jiv.t: "shave |<>H /'II. 1H "
1 1 At the coming meeting it is anticipated Hark l\IcVurd was unanimously! 1 0 take passage o 1 her. rates of interest. Call on Leslie E. o '
that reports of the c.lrlllval'c'Ulmitttt I 1 endor-ed for constable of the Cen- o, __ attorney sc law 2iH'/i H. Falafox Mt lir tstraoger,5.1. 1It'hlLt'..loot H L' aseuw.Ver.

will be completed and I tury district, vice J. B. Vaughn, Jr., : Foley's Honey and Tar is best for building. : \m tattle Lu.-... :!:':. lie. to H I.Am <
I' rendered, and that the srp.trate i re>iJned.Messrs.! o o. uarlanit. lo.lixi AMerntt

N I 1,1' street fair committee will render aI) Sheehan, White and MeM.MiIIan i opiates, and cures quickly. Careful MONEY borrow any amount 4 CoUI'OLItAIUD
% final resume of all that has I to-day on easiest terms and ..,
been I I mothers it
were appointed as a comI keep in the house. W. njwhere obtainable improved !: AN Li MAILED FOB 1K2
t n June. This i report i n largely looked I;i mittee to draft suitable: re-olutions i ion A. D'Alemberte,121 8. Palafox. estate-from Wni. Fisher,loth !:! item'T HACOLA.TIAHHHir.
for, as partly upon depends w heth.r the death of H. C. Crabtree. I i fox street item'I

<- or not another fair wilt be held in i' The committee then adjourned I' Don think less; of your sytewI -f K YOU -- T0-- *,
tti. t 'I'F Oras Pt'II acola incident to the Mardi, I ----- ----_ 1 11 than you do of your house. Give it 1 Invest money insure your ,AlI1pland.lIull'h..l' IH.I"", at
i : celebration.One C\ItGO MMBKU a thorough cleansing, too. Take cureabblracteottitle, buy or tell I r'pan, lid Ilurltr. Ih+. 7
thing; i- certain-the Mardi I'1 I Hood's I: :lfsaparilla.I late, rent property of any ; 'IrtltwbrraldlrghurnF'rbs _
(ir.!" celebration in Penscola has become IIDII'tU: INTO HAY o --- --- rents collected or your taxes' \It, (if r. std I.". r lnmt Jan .")
't call on or tuldresn Thos. C. Winifred, Am, old :- I"Wurk Feb II
I B B.
a yearly feature, and there Heal,etate and insurance agents,
be During the severe blow of Wednesday of Fall andWinter cola Ha .. allies.Nlcrlo.ccemrILeldl.ondU.
can seen as yet no possibility of.f Latest Styles Charges-moderate. To Jan .-,
i; falling into The .. night the S who bus a lot Irom as we will
history. a "ocu- big lighter "Georgia, : fur1 with which to build a house \'antoo. Hamburg
ion habeen gaining the confidence> belonging to Simpson & Co. '1 -
r ; the people in annually providing was anchored : niture, for parlor, bedroomor --- -- lUKktAdele .
in the stream loaded with e Cl1unc'o. er'st7atAlgna HarJan!
1'I,1 ; e great:' show, and the succeeding sitting room, Marston Arizona. \", all I Hrlstol JauAnna.Cter. ."
i. ; ;e will without doubt l h u tnade| about oO.iXKJ superficial: feet of 1x3:I INLYING HOIltK OUTFIT for .old H as rs J"IIII
,lfi, v"n more magnificent than the one lumber, intended for shipment on $ fjuina's.Goudle F Purcbasercau make enough Albion Kill at peal Jan t
the Italian hark months to pay for outlit. Address Anita H.II.r..I.: at Ti-nerllT NOT .'"
1 -iesh in the IIJ1'lUor'of, Pensacoluiiiuid ( Florida. DAILI NEWS. Annilial, Nor, kid lienoa lc u
hundreds of vi-ituri from ail I'b: The lighter was loaded heavily: Trial Excites Interest -- Atlantic, :Nor Ar..ud"JI liec .i>
: "..ctiotia of the country. ':and' in swinging around the wind New York, Feb. :20.-The trial ofGoudie's colt ltl\'r. .(''arlphil. :Nor, nld Alitoa: l>nv Jan '
.1 I i suddenly caught a broadside j I 'iKnall.II.H-.1?, at :MariHliei Ian II
{good alleged complicity in the Liverpool i'unerag!. 'or. sid Ueifa, Jan II"koou.ltu ..
; "OR KKSTAery desirable j
: .
? t VIM K OK W I KM :and the lighter was capsized, the entire bank frauds is lr I( Mnutb lalafoDtrett, now I ,, eldTs'deRryJau'
'T1; itii\Kr.\sr ma 1'.lam., load being precipitated into the' more HelnherR & Ueismar. for 'r I j )I Rrla. I It. kid I'alermo I. Interest
I water. The Ii -liter righted it"elf than anything going; ; on in public by March I. Apply to Fisher I| :Ilagdel.naor.ld. : Mnnlr 'ul'''> I"Nordl

i ll.lana'I"n' -hjr l'hr"ld.tll. 'when the lumber clipped into the; or social life, says a London dispatch Agl'lIcy.2tW- 'j South falafoi street.LM'KNISHKU :! i <>trn) I'adrs.II.h.tvld et. Nor, kid Future faire liec.lit iN )
--------- I !:
b iv and remained not further disturbed to The Tribune It is an olject : ItUUMH, with I' "list Mount fl, hl'II..l\b Jan I.
I r The bun t ode phyri iJIlIw.tys', by the elements, which had lesson of the criminal tendencies pre. l'enlt'UCl' Mo. .*), corner \\ ; I ) L'mhrrtulltddhrnoRJ.u1
i fluids ready to KUIiis one's habitsand ;! become s-o boisterous. i I| Tailing in bettlne baylt streets. 1 M'HlKlM1.H*.
prevent di-Par, even if by that The lumber remained 1 together L.tman M ll.a.'. .Mn.tld Portland \'
... .. YUL'1'1ty. ll
i ; nie.tns ho l. :*' many .* (Arl. pretty well and was blown down to I j -

t' FUlhlandttrlbklireIInlirtalltfa Crho beach oppo-ite the Ktyser place i, Pioneer Photographer Dies. SINGLE COUBIUtOWX LI-: I II Li {ensure and 4 rlllr....
,t t.J I tors rel:itliiu; to t.eiltti. ton the dummy liue. i I j New York. Feb. 2o.-John Moran. a stock and Eggs;! 'ensure and ('rllul"m i II.'\<'r tit,'
Dr. Win. H. BLickwood s,2 ti. :t member of the famous Leave orders at Willis Hard ware i i I :
family of
i j The tntire lot will be recovered artists timely'. If tube, tlii-y cm hot buHIII"S '
., SJrd St.. Phil.ldelphi.t, Pa., writes on and will be loaded on the Florida and one of the pioneer photonrap'mra : I'Oll poojAl..1' I : ] joii arc aiiiiuy in manlyuctiT. .
the -abject and remarkabout the tomorrow or Monday. A lighter .: of this ( who did -- -- - !
I ,. much [,'URS.tLE-AHnedrsugDt6orsr. I And it tru they .ln.w a tn:ii I, '
nerd of Hoe warm drink for break-
I \ and a sraugof men are at work on1 I Important work for the United States I' to H. A. t'rl""mall. I weak 1"ilII" anil tires art lilin aii.
I coil? the
today and i
are taking
government in the
.t bueau-e of its e If HO t on the health. from the bacl with little{ dilticult .. early days of the L Vls1LE-Adrstr.bleptrceur failure and truuhlt-tih.t1.tulle! i if
) scit'nce. is dead at his home r ly large lot and bix-room
in this
i --
j lie referto the fact that the heat ofa It was not injured. Uhaee street. -- --
I Easy terim. For
t' : w;trm bre-.kfi-'t, boveragfj iim : The lighter which wa blown city. formation apply at NEWS office ..ii...llnii the 4>liliM tadr.

..1 r.'rt'llIt in c-iti-iuir the iircc't.aryalvine ashore on the Woolsey beach, it i* MoJon..y,. iS West Chase street. ( Aunt (.I..IIII..nll-1! | | U. '

evacu kti-ni which olmuld (invariably expected, will be pulled oil this U.\TllltO.KSlsrKllS.Magnolia I.'UU \It-A fine residence imll nut In* a iiuiMiiK-u iu you 1.;, .

I follow broaktHnt."lVr I It afternoon. It was not hurt by the alJolnniK, together or : jiiKtriLi '
J I had b-ea the best built house In the city; ,
t 'li:illy. quite .
experience. Temple No. -I, RathboneKiter improvements J, 111 and WI I.tlt Nephew rreakaurlugly i-Iwb't
iiervoufrom overwotk for :a time will street, near depot an enct'llent I :
j, hold regular meeting: ; that aunt.MU know w
I I i Iud neither LMir-P nor tm rtnemed to SCOTS GRAYS WORSTED. Friday afternoon, Feb. 21, at 2:30 I I I bouie airs.a line home or n safe, l 1'11I11'11. joi
a, rte with me, ,.tll\1 ntly I li>okej o'clock. vestment. Apply to 1'at McH<
t o Every member requested I fuJafox ulreet. I --- -
I Hri'Uiul l firouii* other pleas *
One of Biltam's Crack to attend. Initiations and other Important The
Regiments CutUp finest Hue of
'V breakfast l b. vern". for n\x time buines.MKS. OK HALE-The mast desirable unibrell i:
I without -ui-i-e,,'', until I g-.I: hold ofthe By Boers. the city on easy terms, by :' city i sat J. I. ritephen (i"

t ; Hi tick under con iJeratiun i l'.)->,. London. Feb. a".-A detachment of Miss EI>ITH OOKE C. ,A. BRA WXER M. E.,C. street.Real Estate Agency, 2mS_ Mouth I : Ht I than .

; turn) I i the Scots Grays. Second: Dragoons M.R.C.

It I his proved pleasant to the taste one of Great Britain's crack dragoon ---- -- -- --Aa.rt'nltol-- "Vatiti-aI. : WEEKLY HCIIl:lL' I.
I and WH-S al l-o very i>treiuth..uing.Its -
regiments has been cut the I Unrivaled book
s up by If you want a nice present to 'AC"tN rs rORBTKAMl'KNSACXLA IJIYI"ION
flavor is !OIl nearly that of a reallyood I give New HTAVDAKB "
II I I cotia* to completely take It- liners at Khjidam Major CV.. M. I to a friend, go and look through the rapid nellers. Liberal terms Our [i ,: y.1.tcrmUTtHH"U1t.U.WAY ;
Field! teed
i. place at>r beginning its habituiluse. Captain Ubaher acre sto e>- elegant line of suitable articles at PEN a I
I .cnpth'e llsti malted
Colton. I
1 I i I I attach much itu, >rt.iace ft'rf'ly'onn.ted., two men wire killed l, i J. I. Stephens, you purely can find t'olrstabhshedlw4q) n Warren COMI'ANV

i trial! wet d 'habitual,' for if you dt e,. six wounded and 4>> captured. Th something i to please you. If you \ ork. | Train, leave foiacoU lor 'I"''
1 want anything in the Diamond Hiyou, fig Rayon "a 1 1.r*
line Warrlnfton
.ire to have all of the benefits xentered inews: was recoiled this morning! from -- -- --- -- i and
Fort Harraneai
1{ 1 in this article you must stick Lord Kitchener! in a dispatch dated be sure to see him before you buy. 'VA ti T1;11. I fI'It'.DI..rrl.ronB.rral'II'at a"IQt
1; ; } t.) it right atom I hot VIt proved to. Pretoria. Wednesday Feb. 19. 1 VEATIIEK HEllS WA I'ED-Hl' I ) .. m.arrive .t Port llarrai 'a' "a..
my own !-ati-faction that IMtuniis The Scots J' paid for old leather beds, also lf"p.marr1"alYor&: Karrac'.. ** / *
all right if per-evered hi. Grays formed part of maaoKaay furniture, etc. J. L. ;; I : 1;*> p. m. arrive' tort f.rrau a. 1 1 "
A .
I General Gilhert-Hamilton's column The Tourists Club of Pen acola E. Government street. : o <:lip. m. arrive al Fort H arraoea. o'a'
"t irne of IU} acquaintaucfls ali "*
-- -- h ;uup m..rrln at rort lI.rr.nnl a itgs
patients have taken up I' ..tum : nld The latter while" moving on Nigel Feb.t l will meet at 16 East Romana street \\1 ANTEH-Ibe people to see Traloi lea?. ron Kernocuto, *'tsr
; after a first trial abandoned its uI > IS engaged a force of Boers at Kli Ir: at .::ro o'clock Saturday: nigh nlc81..lnjt uiacQlne I can cola at

I If ttieuome have afterwird formed ;i dam. The Scots Grays becam detachn : Scott M. Loftin, E*f{., will deliver U0rt ca.h._ J.N. Andrews, la s. : ;: [ 7l8: a m. arrlrr at fnotacola a ..
1 l'an address and a musical program j 11.'1 p. m. arrlTcat PcDkkcfila W F s
habit of drinking it when showniow
the ,
were surrounded .
and cut off Gen- will be' rendered. Every visitor here kinds: of t.U p. m. arrlvt at tl i *
reallysimple the preparationt eras Hamilton was unable t* dislodge I WANTED PBIBDMAV. i 6:1t1l i p m arrive at r>nsarol. l *
rWult- is ]invited to attend and register. .'i
which in a Jinn cupofl'osI I 7tnp.: m. arrive at Pooiaoola
the Boers
from their II "' s'Betordya
II I ,111 containing nutritive elements" position so he I HAIR cueingRS. .46p m.arrlT at Ptntaoola ,, ,.tea
continued toward Xige! ----- ---- : only.
The Boersn' :
[ i The doctor r e 8ARAH RE1H3 -
1 two ca-es of severe prostration fro released" the Scots Grays who had been Weak and nervous n and dealer IB Hair Goods, 'Ial roa war DATI.Pcniaeola .
I Articles, Hair Oil,etc.,3.OV! W. "
made prisoners. to fort Harrancat and nit
Lt .j ; jttcoholi-m, which were ultimately OS"EJTER" people street. ..
PtntacolatoNaTf Yard and rtornFcniaoola
ghoul: slew
'i t _
$ ( .Irtd and the patients restored to: : 1 doses of the Bit -"- ---=0 ----=-"= = lo Palmetto Rsaob sad reUI .wICHOAT
i k'lovv-ers for '
+' health through his treatment and; Scottish Rite Convocation ters. It will - .C. DCDi.
j Ukiug away all whiskey, coffee and strengthen thenerves )WERaT-ORlFUN RALS .
( Cincinnati Feb. :V.-The when weather pennies tb r. >
t&ll ; tea and giving them lu place Post ram feature of restore C promptly In bouquets or special I open coHcbet.Uavi .
the golden convocation of the Scottish vigor to the entire Miss Vlolette Moreno,828! West 8srr.i.a.m. "
Food Collee.The ': 'j sjjtem and phono IE?. Pentaoola. Lv Fort
doctor concludes !his letter Rite today was the reception at the cureIndigestion I a. m. U ., ,
X cu-I' 11 a. m. m
cathedral to .LO\VEUIof.
with thi- statement: "Bali"" vm that Illustrious H. Palmer, of ;", 1
(. --- - ---- I p. m. p m.
: a. letter from a physician, who h is' Milwaukee M. P. S. grand comma CUT FLOWERS and Floral S p. 01 tp.m
: t tadied dietetics many yeirs in diCe i dar of the northern Jurisdiction Dyspepsia, designs ordered for i p.m' m
i of the Miss Vlolette
Liver Moreno. C3 Wen I p.m' m
1 f.ereutcllmatesand different races' United States; Illustrious "Brenton D andKidney ohonuWB. p. m. .
would be of some value, I write to do Babcock of Cleveland i p.. m. il.m.
of this deputy for M t o e Itc'lllI 11'1
what I can to further the use Ohio and Troubles and y 11/0&. FABI fOaltf$BAT
wfficieut product, which surely must : >tri be of treat advantage tit invalids ( Scottish Rite.: There are over 200 to BITTERS MalatiaFever WHY your old one repaired? I 1 and and r.tora___ T"finueou w
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