The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 24, 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 pENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in. th;: Channel at the Entrance! of the Harbor. I



STORM IINU'rGlASP To Emulsion.cure Scrofula takeScott's BACK RIOTERS.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF Scrofulamaybe described as

Blettftorm Plays Havoc With -" scattered consurtption." Situation at Barcelona and
Wire Communication. It is consumption of the Other Spanish Cities.

every facility which their balances, busi. small glands under the skin,

ness responsibility warrant.
sores. Scott's Emulsion heals

Interest paid on time deposits. Yerk and Otfcer Eastern Cltlee these sores. General Strike Throughout Spain May

Experiencing the Wont Weather Fall-Bulk of the Trades Union Decline
But there's more to the t
Condition ef the Preeent Winter. to Join Strike on Account of
story. The loss of flesh and I
Enormous Damage In Central Park. Lack of Financial Resources.
great weakness that comes ,

: New York. Feb. 23.-After 24 hour with Scrofula is a regular partof Madrid Feb. 21, via Bayonn ,

I of -snow sleet and rain and a night of in Prance Feb. 22.-The censorships of
the disease-the same as
'high winds New York awoke today telegrams via Barcelona is eireedlngty

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY. HUMIAH STUDENTS RIOTOUS. TWO SUFFOCATED BY GAS. to the worst weather cocdltons it has consumption of the lungs. severe, even some of the official messages

faced thle winter. Telegraph and tel- For .this as for the sores, having been stopped. The Madrid .
Ft-irj Tribute l Is Paid to His MemoryIn ,11I. Reports of Tolstoi's Death Cause Man and Woman Found Asphyxiated Emulsion is the Heraldo declares the censorshipto
ephone wire are down in all directions Scott's just t.
Chicago.Feb Demonstration. In Detroit Tenement. be only comparable to that of Tur
I 2!.Chicago; paid! fit- Berlin. Feb. M.-Advices received train service in and out of city remedy.
'S'; Detroit, Feb. 22.-The! bodies of a it key.Firing ,
today to the memory of.IItvl1 here from St. Petersburg attribute the delayed and Irregular suburban trol. continued at Barcelona
t| \r..t" man and women were found today in ley service throughout the Flesh and strength are
the Stock aaoltement the students adjacent :
.XI! the !banks among PAr. throughout Thursday night
<< a rooming \ use on Park place. They portions of New Jersey and Long Island the use of Scott'sEmulsion
and the Board of Trade tlalry to a false report which was gained by It is feared that trouble may ariseat

.t1,-.h"($. ..d and many of the large spread Feb. 20 of Count Tolstoi's had been suffocated by gas. A woman practically at a standstill. When quicker than in any Cartagena. where 12.000 miners arc |

ob-wvcd the holiday. death.It In the adjoining room was also found day broke a cold rain was stilt fallIng idle.
h uses : I
'j'trjj iat. il 1 from the government was asserted that the authorities unconscious from the effects of tae and had turned the snow to semi other way.Scrofulous. Owing to the heavy impost on the J

r41 bad suppressed the because the It is thought she will frozen slush Impeding the traffic and children
fc Mor kA an! patriotic eierclses Holy flnyod wu undecided whether to Their names have not yet been blockading car Miles of electric Scott's Emu} ble to profitably work the mints the
"HsiRF) i in on
hilld in many quarUrs of the procetid with the annual excommunication learned. light telephone and telegraph wires every way dynamite duty which formerly I

trr' of the author. Several hundred 1 I It is supposed that the couple turn were down making a heavy task for sion. brought 00.000) pesetas to Ute state

''J tio mornlag an audience of near- students attempted to Invade the Ka-' ed Bn the gas in their room with sul the army of linemen who are at work S.od tar Free Sample now produce 9,000,000 pesetas.

!, IB>, j w gchnolchiMrn were present San cathedral here In order to have cldal Intent and that it went into adjoinlag attempting to restore the system. By I SCOTT: BOWME, <':bemio... 4"9 Purl St, W. Y. According to other report tb.
maaa celebrated for the of 10 o'clock the telegraph companies had Barcelona continuously
rnios celebration at the Audjtoritm repose rooms. troops at are
at t i I I
under the auspices of thefr Count Tolstoi's soul, S'houtlni.NLong restored limited communication withDAINTY engaged In taking barricade at the

VVfl club. In tae afternoon live the Immortal Tolstoi. Russia' Dens of Vice Raided. the rest of the country except' south of ice on the wires caused ihem to break point of the bayonet.
n Leagu New York which is still isolated. The and the loose ends encountered cars
greatest "Down with arrested
&tt, rite public eivclaes were held man. the dogs. New York. Feb. 22.Another whol Among the many persons
... Aud'torluiB under the auplcesof The police charged and dispersed the ale raid has been made in resorts in heaviest damage appears to have resulted and set them on fire. is Senor Reoyo president of the Federation -
it e between this city and Philadel! Central park aad other wooded reservations
demonstrators. The universities of of Labor..
the chih. at which the principal East Fourteenth street and the upper
) WM Senator Beterldge of Kief and Kharkoff are closed. At the end of the Bowery. Hundreds of the phia. Telegraph poles carried down have suffered enormous According to the beat available information

1'&It.r latter place the police came into com habitue were carried to the police sta. by the Immense weight of sleet bur age. Hundreds of handsome trees the movement for a general
tr !'una sion with students and workmen. dened wires caused a delay of one to were split or denuded of hrancbes by strike has fait
"hv .eriii l .* were hell, during: they tlons by 100 officers. This Is the third throughout Spain
five hours in the train ser the high winds. Added to the other
tt.t, IroQimls and, MinnekatoaqU raid In a brief period aid it was said passenger ed. The leaders of this movement
< sy lines obstacle which the northeasterly gala
milli* hell CRAZY SNAKES ON RAMPAGE. the crvsade will continue until the district vice of the Pennsylvania during counted upon the fact that the strength
Tontght! banquets ,
the night between this city and BaIt! of last night left ic Its wake was a
I. is thoroughly renovated. Among of the army had b>tm reduced by th
and *
'*' \tar'1u..lte' ajua!
4- th.. latter Baron d'Estoureil Raid Keokuk Falls and Capture Arms the places raided was Tom Sharkey's. more. The main trouble as reportedby phenomenally high tide., which greatly recent disbandmrnt of SS.nuO trained
.\th 6 At in with traffic ferry.
interfered by
from the south
f nstict mpmber of tho and Ammunition. Inspector Cross is said to have had a passengers was troops who have been replaced by I
K &>- ">
-, rbarcber of deputies and fur I !lfueko ee. L T., Feb. 22.-A band of warrant for Sharkey, but the pugilist the district between Chester. Pa. conscripts &nd upon! the eip*>cted support *
h h
first named of Flood Pass.
the May
rolttotcr In I-onrton, will Cray Snakes followers have made a was out of the city. "Suicide Hall' Trenton N. J. At Danger I from the trades unions. through
ir. r Frewb. address. raid on Keokuk Falls Okla. just was among the other places raided.: place the entire telephone telegraphand Plttsburg Feb 2.-The great ice out the ruuntr). The prompt measures
th -ipal
1 v r pr
\ across, the line from the Creek nation. electric digbt system was a total gorges on the Monongahela river and taken by General \Ve>lT, bow.
wreck the town was in darkness and Allegheny river still remain intact, and
Observed In Si Louis. rushed into a hardware store. seized a This Will Interest Mothers. l ever had a deterrent effect and theemisariss
Day I t'ftirs on the Philadelphia WilmlnKtou ;- if the present weather conditions continue all
J2. Wanhlnston'stixUy lot of arms and ammunition and fled. 'hl1- sect from Barcelona to
Feb Mother Sweet Powders for (
St Louis firay'i
Id..I A ix>' i'" irom.."tlit: <>ly started ic pur. tlrun. Cure t'verUbiitl" !). uad Hiomaco, and Baltimore division were run the danger from a flood! and an the leading industrial towns did notmet
"T'htla 'I\"IIIi "pp "p OIflLflflTtripl B'.H rind it said several of Teething Disorders" Ilrvak up Colds, move without the aid of telegraph. necessitating Ice gorge will not b<* a* great as feared ;
captured with the
In:1 l/wl( by a 11\1 is and regulate ibe Bnwplt and Destroy ripfctml response vept
and thA the band after a two hours' running Worm;. They ntrer tail. Over 80,0c testimonial slow progress. The situation in the rivers at the (' in a comparatively few cases.The .
1\. \.y. 'd the national flit; i ). At all druggists, :!5c. Hample The worst of the wreck among the present time Is not so alarming. So
fiKtt Two of the have bulk of the trades union decline
captured men
I\-:1": ( <>' n't piehangi! bank!! anl I mailed KBKE. AddresAlten tt. Olmsted.
"I. lu i.t!\,'es This a'ternooa HII' Mi* been brought to Keokuk Falls. They LeRoy, N. Y. wires was between Bristol and Tren far there is no flood in sight. to join the general strike on the ,
\ N. J. In the 11 miles between'
>: l' '> Sous of the Ri-volutior. aM Goorpe and Peter Hutlpitta prominent ton. Around that their financial resource I
) ""'In Coal scuttles sho- those two points more than 100 trie- Languor and weakness due to the
.',.:.i..t.rllt.,1'y, holdlns its annual !ban.. \ members of the Snake band. were not sufficient to bold out any I
juet dt th' Southt-rn hot'lLeopold's They stated that they were going to vels, tiling, etc., at the Willis graph poles were broken. There were depleted condition Hood's of the! blood are length of time, and further that the
I reports of burned trolley oars In \anous overcome by Sarsaparilla,
gt arms sad i o to Yard Pcka Chutes Hardware Co's. Republican and opposition political!
directions The weight of the the great vitalizer.Fire I ,
American Vis, .t Uncertain. place, 2'4) miles west of Eufaula.Old lianas deprecated a Kl.'n..rallltrlke anJ,

HrukM-H Keb 2J: -Th.sdat.j Yard Oeka is a blind interpreter that the Socialists were equally adverse -

living near the Old Hickory thereto Pable Igleslas the l leader .
IT--KA is: authorial( ii>' an niTliial of I

'\ in; l..atO/d.s[ hoiM'holi to announce grounds the council meeting place of of the Spanish Socialists, in his pa

.'itt while his maj.ty hai on seviralezpr.s.ed the Snake band. The latest from Weft per, El Soclalisto, declares that a gee

oka Is that the Snakes have dispersed era! strike might at some future time
"-niiN a Jesire to vIsit I
e 1 nit.,.! Stat..i h.. has nvcr reaMi going in every direction. be beneficial but not now. He points '

1 th.. of suggesting date out that tie four previous and premature -
any .
tp" fie dfu:al of a report several PLAYMATE OF WILHELMINA. attempts were shown to bo such

',' atb a!;c Ihltt the king intended to I badly prepared and equipped ttnter

tilt tin. t'n't.t..t..9: his majesty hai I M. Hotigrauf ef Antwerp, Suicides at prises that they only made the condition ,

ni 'j"j, a lII'orl1 from hkh could he Jacksonville Fla. of the workmen morv unfavorable.

'...' ".! any confirmation of the re"at Jacksonville, Fla. Feb. :22.-M. Hoh- .

!... Int'n.l" to unitrtake a !grauf, who was a playmate of Queen *1 Coffee Roast'iDt aDd Tea ll1llthll Other prominent Socialists also condemn "

. terday by drowning -- -
'0. I E\: ii-tv= K *u.taun the He fame over from Antwerp a year Barcelona Workmen Prepare Bombs.

I' \ <: 1 IK : th:1t: Ely's Cream ago with his wife and sister hoping -AT THE- Barcelona. Frb :!2.- Although there

,- \\ r" .i itweight in gold.: the change to Florida would prove was some resuscitation of ordinarylife I
i I.. U. Full!! size :50 I
henpfkial. but he did not improve. The in this city yesterday It \\8iI large ;
1 1 10- I I'uirtri i ta and mailed NEW OLREANS GROCERY
unfortunate man bad long been despondent .
I;' .r- ;Ot: ; Warren M.. New Iy artificial A few publ-c: establishments
and hal, frequently threaten- opened under the supervisionof

I'roberta, Cal. >
r. > l;K.)s.:-I hiv been I was a rare to his relatives! but a ceased running!: at H) in the evening
\\ jtuirli for twenty I cloie watch was always kept on him.i and the newspapers were unable to ,
I !j. tiiH-o weak I thought He '
i was most prominently connected publish. tin compositor refusing U
'..;'tion. I got one bottle and IV F. w. Marshall, of this city, I' work. The captain general authorize
Hilm iu three
mi itnd .
his father law.
was in-
t.aue !stopped. It i iI H the managers of the papers to seek ,
!I"III" have ued for for printers outi-i I.It of Par<'..lona.

Very truly Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism I There were some spirited affrajs ant

\ .- K i: 1\1 ='II'LE- I'mE.: "' "Dunne the winter of 1MW!I::! I waso G. A. R. To Meet In Washington. TIDAL WAVE CALL.SALVADOR;: : : In WayCross. attempts to sack bakeries during

lame in fact all -- Waycross, Oa. Feb. :22.-Dr. T. S. '
in my joints, over Washington Feb. 22.: -The annual .1' which live persons were wounded. It
\ ; BOILER KILLS FOUR. 1 my body, that I could hardly hobble encampment of the G. A. R., under an I Fifty Vessels Reported Lost and Seven Paine. proprietor of the Cash drugstore I was reported this morning: that a

around, when I bought a bottle ofChamberlain's agreement reached between the G. Villages! Destroyed.NVw burned yesterday morning. ('ar'i| number of workmen had been taught
Accident In a Saw Mill Near Pain Balm. From A'I ", riod a stork of goods valued ')
I IL executive! committee and a York. h. 22 -!Its! reportedby at U. UI : in the act of "relarlnbombd./: .
Vienna Ga. the first application began to Ret business will a SalI'oI'ornsponf"nt.! says a to $4.ft'H, ihs stock is hally: damaged '!
well, and wa cured and have work. tee of Washington men.
f1a. Fiat ti 2J Yeirwood at Herald di patrh from Panama. that by fire and water Dr. I. L. Dodge ] For I
ed teadily all the year.-R. WHEELER be held here during the week commencing Over Slitr tear. I
f..!i.-" a-t of horw. was thee North wood, N.V. For sale by all Oct. 6. The citizens will give the rnt tidal wax- on the alva' loses quite heavily on hid dental office! MRS. WissLow'a "hacp bal .

I Lt., idy y.>uerday'iirM. druggists and medicine dealers. $12,000 for aid of needy veterans com dor coast cajsd a loss of more than and fixtures but he is pretty well i iI | b ten ust>d for over lilt* yrart by mMlnniot
essplb ami the destruction covered by insurance" mother" for their" children whIle twiblni.
instantly kil'mg sour fifty partial
.. ing here. I I with perfect!' tureen. It lootb.. tb* eblld I
'itaiiy wounding another I Sloop Manakin! Goes Down. of seven tillagesPresident ; oftem the gunii.allayi all patn.eurn wind

ire: Miami. Fla, Feb. 22.-The tug Admiral Both Sentenced to Hang. Rasallado; : of Salvador, They Claim Texas Oil Lands. I colic.It will and relieve II the tbe beet poor remedy little for sufferer' .rro Im---. :.

> !Brown, sawytr. Dewey, Broward. master from Salisbury. N. C.. Feb. 22-Rich Blan has returned home from a visit to KnoxUlle Feb. 22.-J. H Frantz attorney m..dlatt"ly." Bold by Drugglm ID every MM
\ "n. fireman Jacksonville to Miami having in tow President Estrada Cabrera. of Guate. for 20 East Tennesswans, baa of Ke the world. T".ntYlIve cenii a bottl.
ton and Dick Fleming have been convicted mrs yon ask forM r. IniloWt Bootb. '
1I"h' l. laborer the sloop' Manakin. encountered severe in Rowan superior crwrt for a mala. who received him with marked left for Beaumont Tex.. to seek recovery tug Syrup-and take no other kind. I

a hyslandf'r.r weather and when off Port Lauderdale criminal assault upon Mrs. Belle Livlagood attention. of land on which five Lucas -- --

wall bIn to ri I'e.3. Themen went down The crew were saved. a widow who lives about 15 The opening; of the Salvadorean company oil wells!! are located. The Kansas Populists Will Not Fuse I

Pinckney owner and Seaman Wil! sentenced to be hanged on April 11. President Regalado and high pub years ago and held legal title to It, lists of Kansas in session here ester-

.'1\1\ stirvi-ey but ita\ llama The gale lasted 24 hours during An appeal was taken to the supreme I: lic functionarios. but subsequently_ left there.Clerk'sWiseSuggestion.. I day decided late last night, after a

'ann..t rPt'OVt'r which! time it blew 40 miles an court I stubborn fight, that there would be no il

hour. Shake Into Your Shoes affiliation between the Populist and
"I have lately been much tron- Democratic forces in Kansas 11
He Recommends Chamberlain's this
Cough Allen's Koot-Eaie. It rests the feet. Cures ;
'I bled with
r stoi at Death's Door. Nh's Remains Enroute. Corns, humons. Ingrowing .;at1s, Swollen: I dypepsia, belching and i' I,
'. -' ,Irr. Feb 22.-The latest Remedy."I and Sweating feet. At all) drugging and sour stomach," writes M. K. Mead, i Teddy, Jr., Enroute to Capital.
Chattanooga Feb. 22.: -The Interment have used Chamberlain's Cough
shoe Itorel.dC. Ask today. leading '
.. Cri- pharmacist of Attleboro, Washington Feb. 22.-At 12:1
v--i from Yalta. of the remains of the naval cadet Remedy for a number of years and Mass., "I could eat i
tic! efie! < t that Couat TolL Loveman Koa of this city, who have no hesitancy in saying that it Buy a heater from the without suffering several hardly hours.anything Mv o'clock this afternoon President Roo& I

..-. ; -.. y<.mt of death.tor was boloed to death in the Philippines Is the best remedy for coughs colds Willis Hardware Co. and clerk suggested I try Kodol DTpepeia velt received a telegram from Mrs. \
and I have ever! used in Roosevelt at Wilmington Del.
croup my Cure which I did with
will take place at the National cemetery most hap i
Stomach Troubles. family. I have not words to express keep warms py result I have had that young Theodore Is standing the ,
no more
here upon the arrival of the body
'.tk/ .-u :a great! many differ my confidence in this Remedy. trouble and when one can go to eating Journey very well. They expect to! I
'. trouble from San Francisco which will be MRS. J. A. MOORE. North Star. CAswrOR.A. .
** for !stomach mince pie, cheese; candy and reach here at 1:25 p. m. ,
-'v-ttiou; ," says! Mrs. S. about next Wednesday He will ba Mich. For sale by all druggists and LaN ts Haw A'says' BosgK nuts after such a time, their digest f :

Dunkerton. "lowa. "but burled with full military honors. medicine dealers. B7; :;;; ion must be pretty good. I endorse We will launder your spreads for t r
1I good re-ult from any Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily." 15 cents each and make them look: i
I 'amberlain'd Stcmich & and Try a Box Tonight. You like Star .
i TO CURE A'COLD IN TWO DAYS Buy don't have to diet. Eat aliI uw. Laundry. ] t "

i.d!i!IKFor:1.1 medicine sale dealers.' by all I Laxative Bromo Quinine removes tbeI While you think of it, go buy and When you get ready to the goed the food want Kodol but don'toverload .1!I f
cause. E. W.drove's signature on every Dv The best
I box Cathartic >
try a of Cascarets Candy cooking stoves
!, box: Price S cents. plant your sprint garden, pepsia Cure digests your food. Har-
.> to result in ideal laxative, tonight.'ou'll with all '
r.iruare apt gu1 Pharmacy, John Sheppard necessary utensils .
: jf 1I.. I"ctl'd. They can I Do you want a magnificent watch never regret it. Genuine tablets buy your garden utensils Sidney Kahn.I can be bought ,

."":kn up by using Koley's for little money? If so, call on stamped C. C. C. Never sold in from the Willis Hardware from the Wil ;
'ar.V. D'Alem- I Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- lis Hardware Co.
A. I'[ bulk. All druggists, lOt Co. Know One Sure Remedy at remarkably
ihfox.: I commodate you. fcriaolBtuutiecold. ltd DAme U Pjaj-BdMa low prices.

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1 fay* ton Spat In Hit
; MMI..M tao Fst Ones al rs&saeola
... The special committee to arrangefor ton's Fact.CoUmbla .
'."Is II..IflSS tur.Damon
; 1 _- the entertainment of the Florida OF PENSACOLA S. C. V.... 12.-There was The 42d Annual Statement for Yoir

;1? riUBall4lngniHBothralaKMnot. > ; Press association met this morningat a comedy tad tragedy In the house of

: ; .itstairs.rCBLISHKD. I the office of the chairman, Hon. -- represeuUfvei ytiUrday. A. 0. Lyles.for Ending December 31st, 1901, of

l' BT ten years a member of the body
with Ap-
C. B. Parkhlll, Secretary I
I One of the most interesting meet- one of the original Tlllman' mpport-
1 TAB flU FUBLIBHl 00. of tbe association, to con- I
'ings of the series was held Saturday en. appealed to the home for protection. -
. aider the various matters intrusted TB UlTAB U lr 1 A5P1LI B a1T
rms-lnvarlably In Advance to its charge. The various phases of night at 16 East Romana street by Hii voice trembled with emotion

.. rear ky Malt.iMontbl .. __-- _all 00 00 the coming event were discussed Informally : the Tourists Club of Pensacola.The ; and his face was pale."I .
..Keaths -.-.---.--.-- INWMk. and much progress was uk the house I beg you. gentlemen -
of the an
,... ----- feature meeting was
II _-_ 60 made. The co-operation of the ." he said "to tire me protectionfrom
'- -- Assets
i Pensacola' ..
10 address by eloquent $331,038,720
... .by C rrter.payable Monday mayor and city council and the the governor's son-Miles B. Mc- -

t Chamber of Commerce was reportedby young orator, Scott M. Loftin. The Sweeney. Jr." Reserve and Other Liabilities
; Application. the sub-committee as having in fine voice and his 269,910,073
wffifflf Katn FunitM en speaker was There was immediately the keenest
; o been eecured, and progress made towards -
well rendered
sentences were every interest. Every member turned toward
securing a suitable hall and word listened to with close at- Surplus (From which DiTUen are Pail 71,129,043
providing the social entertainment being Mr. Lyles and the galleries became

j I.B of the association according to teation by the large number of win- hushed. Representative Lyles .

j i4j 4J a program which will be made pub- ter visitors in attendance. drew toward him a boy of 14 and con* Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 S 27,714,621

lic later. In glowing words be told how glad tinned:

II 1; \ TELEPHONE NO. 118. dorse A motion and recommend that the committee to the atten-en- he was that so many residents of thebleakiceclad "This is my boy and on the floor of New Insurance in 1901 .. .... $245,912,087Total
this house the governor's son baa spiton
tion and of the citizens of North were this
I support year
: I Pensacola the annual publication of making their winter home in Pensa- his face not once only today but Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, $1,179,270,725

t r ., 'I PBHBAOOLA, PEB 24 1902. the association was carried unani I repeatedly. This thing must stop. I
cola that it was through their
mously. This publication will be ; eyes beg protection from the son of the governor
' \ ill h beauties of Pensacola and vicinity Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of the Society .
tf I unique, consisting of a model news. the of South Carolina." &I.t !
'I : CHRONIC- kickers can extract per of one issue, containing all of were first impressed upon his Young McSweeney is about 16 and greater security which its policy-holders thereby enjoy tt* KATrs:

if not comfort, from this the features of a live, modern, up-to- attention and through them that his of a sportive disposition. It was reported LOW and GUARANTEES: better than given by ether: coup 6Ule'
of good sense date daily journal, prepared by
undiluted expression association under love for his adopted home had grown that he ran away with a circus
members of the
from Rochester Herald : until now be could enthusiasticallytalk some time ago but was brought backIn
the stimulus of prizes offered for the
\ I, The Indifference of the people who pay to new comers and tell them of few
best work in each department, and a days.
\ ', ,. lbs taua lothech r$ct"ror the men who including a complete write-up of the many historic points of interest The house authorized the speakerto KNDWLES BROS. Gen. Agents
jnd their money Is one ol the thing that they should visit before leaving the ,
Pensacola. issue cards to visitors and exclude
baceaIabeenIPUZZ1e. There are a few city. Briefly be told of the ancient
.. .f(.ft I I cumoiunllle In tbu country where com- history of Pensacola bringing out the governor's son from the floor. 309 .H. Palafox Street. PENSACOLA. FLA,

1 plklntiot thU Indifference are not heard Stepp.d Into Live Coal*. many valuable points of information --- .

I yesr after )'.ar.lol1 why tucn a condition "When a child I burned my foot which will long be remembered by POSSE BATTLES WITH BANDITS. --- - - -- -- ..

i of affairs: ihould; be tolerated Is past finding frightfully writes W. H. Eads, of those who heard his really excellent I OIL STRUCK Sz:& II\CINK .U'O-Clft.: ." H'

Mi t that the taxpayers Jonesville Va., "which caused hor- address. He told them of the ruins '
out. It goes without saying Desperadoes and Officers Have Fight You can strike oil by going to O. The prettiest launch it t: j. ,
," ; are entitled to no better govern- rible leg sores for 30 years, but Buck- of old Spanish forts that encirclethe In Indian Territory. M. Pry r's big furniture house. :ao Launch. 18 foot on-H 1'.. *< i
and If they elect len's Arnica Salve wholly cured me city of their location, of the Important -
f input than they tlemTve runs fat. The Racine I. .
I and 22 West Government street. very
Okla. Feb. 22.-A
Outhrie has
: I I 1 titraTaganl or Incompetent men to office It I r after everything else failed." Infal. J parts they played! in history.He We have nothing but bargains to of- is the one adopted by the I'an >

n oo more than proper that tbt"'libould foot lible for Burns Scalds Cuts, Sores told of the vast and rapidly occurred between Oklahoma officers fer in all classes of furniture.! Don't ican Exposition, in Hutfaln !><, .
t the t,111I. Bruises and Piles. !Sold by W. A'I growing export business of this and the band of outlaws that killed the ben
miss them. they are more reliable :
I't' i -- -- D'Alemberte, 1 South! Palafox Bt., port of the wonders of our mag-' I Sheriffs Smith and Beck at Anadarkoa ---- any other; they are niuipt. -

I t WHEN such a man-and such a 2oc. nificent land-locked harbor, and month ago. As a result one erf the worthy, safe, and full guarat; '
I. The finest! line of umbrella in the
when he closed there
republican Henator Foraker of CANDIDATES FOKItAlLUOAD : was hearty applause outlaws, Walter Swofford. is dead and Lippnni Brothers havannah Gi:
: and a vote of thanks was city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go lookat
I Ohio gives expression to such sentiments COMMISSIONERS I tendered to him. Deputy Sheriff W. A. Jones of Asher them. are agents from the mauuficturrr
and a tock >f these boats at at\
carry i
Okla., is seriously wounded.
a* are quoted from him below I Mr. Kahn of New York gave a
timeegze-| ft., 21 ft.. 26 ft., c
F E I the great masses of the people Tallahassee Tallahasseean. humorous account of his travels in The snow enabled a posse under hand to be shipped at a moment
Hon. John G. Ward of Pensacolahas this and foreign lands and informal Sheriff !>Milner of Shawnee Okla., to
t of all shades of politics, who have You cannot afford to buy an un- notice; trial given to any one wing ,-- \
: been prominently mentioned by talks were made by lady and gentle- trail the outlaws to an isolated house to purchase.
long entertained and expressed similar members. known, untried Bicycle, when you
r men south of Wewoka I. T. As the Li BRIt
the press for some months past as a posse I'I'M AN IIKKF
feel that their
f sentiments, must I candidate for the position of railroad Basket Picnic. approached the outlaws three in number can get one of the three standards for milt Savannah (n:
judgment in the Hchley matter cannot -
I The committee announced that I came from the house and openedfire the same
I I commissioner, to succeed Hon. J. L. money-
\ be successfully assailed: Bryan, who it is unofficially stated the basket picnic of the club will be on the officers. The fire was returned All kinds of builder

The mmguiflcent. ovation that baa been' will not make the race again. Mr. given at Magnolia Bluff Thursday.A and for several minutes the bat Columbia' hardware at rock bollom
,Inn Admiral >cdl<7 la Chicago and, In'It ,
4. Ward was in Tallahassee a few days special train will leave the Union tIe raged.

,i 4 t led throughout tin entire western tour, ago and in conversation with the depot at 8:30 a.m., the round trip Deputy Sheriff Jones was shot by Monarch, prices at the Willis Ual '

I 't doM nut lurprlne uiest nil. The American editor of the Tallahasseeau confirmed fare being only 10 cents. Every Swofford who had opeaed the fight. ware Co's.BANNER.
people are fur fair pl..l1 the time. They the report that he would run. winter visitor in Pensacola and all Crescent
When Jones fell the officers turned ,
has been fair
bvlivtbaicblrjr not given
I It is no reflection upon anyone i their Pensacola friends are invitedto
J t I I>la,. and they are limply showing theirS their attention to Swofford and he was SALVE
this Each should
else who has AVorHl.
I aspirations in that direction go on picnic. I'.4COtlt'rN ol'tlie ,
diiapprobatluQ of the conduct of the to say that, barring the take a basket of lunch and a grand pierced by several bullets and killed halIng sspy.In w

I nary department and the enemies present incumbents, Mr. Ward is dinner will be spread at the bluff, Instantly. After the battle had continued You can't afford to spend money

of the hero of Bantlago. The time perhaps better equipped for entering where an enjoyable day will be several minutes longer the other ll ;; ,
Jia come for the president to act and patching old tires when you can get :
upon the duties of the office than spent. two outlaws Sam Casey and Bill Wat- Ihe llppy lloe /,*
lbs sooner he does U the better, In my
Judgment. Kvery hour h.delays In doing any other man in the state. son surrendered. Watson is said to a pair of Morgan & Wright. D. T.,
the entire of its
period existence A Peer Millionaire
lusnc to Mbley li making republican be a fugitive from Kentucky on a murder put on for $5 00.New .
Mr. to home. Marst
Ward was '
secretary furnished <
Lately starved in London becausehe Offers of of 'nt
*oiHi for the admiral fecbley loagbt tbe charge. $9,000 reward -
Florida's first railroad commission.In .
Bicycl.sfrum 112 to ,;5.
.4 tattle and won It, and this Is all the American this capacity he had every facility could not digest his food. Earlyuse for the capture of the thre men Quina can supply you

people care to know. for acquiring knowledge of the of Dr. King's New Life Pills were outstanding. Second-hand from |3.5u to til.50. with all needed in the Willi 1
---- -- would have saved him.
j business, and it is no stretch of They Lot of cecocd-baiid guns been I I of house
strengthen the ptomach. aid digestion furnishings at the
The HUD li unalterably opposed to a imagination to say tbat the positionof MILITARY DAY AT EP03ITION. _
I ttale duprnnary. It believes in local option railroad commissioner depends promote assimilation improve rented, almost given away. I !lowest prices, cash or credit :
Price 25c. Money back if
that U, that each county kbould de- largely for appetite. I
efficiency upon experience satisfied. Sold W. D'Alfmoerie Troops From Various States Gather Largest stock of Fishing Tackle -
I side for Itielf .bt'tbtlr the sale of intoxlr not ty A. -
Lu' ___ _,_. ,n, L'.L .LL _, _c. L _
rating liquors shall tHo prohibIted sold uadrr Hon. H. E. Day, the present very aruggisi" 121 aouiu: raiaioxstreet. a, cnanetton, ;a. ". south of Baltimore. SCHOOLAt : tt\.LItH

high lic"Dst<,or at county disp'D.arie6rstablisbrd efficient and popular chairman of Charleston S. C., Feb. 22.-This I
Golf Repairing, TENMS: RACKETS C, V. Tliompoll. No. II H .ull.Palalui. .
In county coniuilssloner dlstnets -i the commission, will run for reelection was military day at the exposition and .
*: (not more than one dlndeosary In I tI and there seems to be no opposition there was a great gathering of state Restrung.All .

,. each district) upon petition of tr'eboldrrrMidvul to him. He could not be improved Transfers For Week Ending Feb. troops from South Carolina and Oeor kinds Lock, Gun, Revolver, Besides! the standard line of u.tlonfry .
have in tints
I we with ei
I If county dUpeatari kbould as a faithful hardworking -
upon here. There
gla was a parade
:22.: 1001.KeporieatorTBKNKWSDyTlioi.
I be established they sboulil be under tbe dl- codscientious officer. Bicycle, Typewriter and General velopes match:
through the Btteew to the exposition
rrct control ul the cuunty kcboel board'i -- ( .C.Wat. Royal Crystal Bond

iI and the proBti should bl devoted ion A Co., Real Estate Agents, No. South grounds, headed by Governor White, Repairing Done. Hurd's Holland Bond,
Seven YUrt In Bed. West with his staff and Ladies' Art
maloteoaace ol schools In the comnilntoorr Palafox street.] of Virginia Htatlonry.

district in ..bicli the dispensary is 'I "Will wonders ever cease! ?" Inquire W. M. Barnette and wife to Miss the adjutant general of South Carolina Foreign Mail, Etc.

1 rooducltd. he.I.le. the other objections j the friends Mrs. L. Pease, of Bettie Davis-The north 45ft of lots with staff of Governor McSwee B. Bruee Artl1tlMatulal, ()fflc.. H.,

toa.Iatediiipeni.aryistbe fact tbat what I| Lawrence, Kan. They knew that I 5,6 and 7. in block 107, New City, ney. The latter was unable to be present F. plies, Memoranaum Book, Etc
she had been unable to leave her bed All new and bright.
nils one locality does not suit another fronting 45 ft on west side of Ninth because of executive duties at Co- ',
; KBd lbs should b left peoI I in seven years on account of kidney south side of
question to the avenue by 120: ft on
pl* ol each county to settle fur theiiis,4vcs.4ialae.lle ': and liver trouble, nervous prostration Strong street-$25.! lumbla. Troops are here from every I 15 8. Palafox. t/iepr'e.c

I !oun.i and general debility, but, I. D. Stewart and wife to Bessie part of the state. Cas or Cetht
I Ii "Three bottles of Electric Bitters The of Savannah sent a large representa- '! on furn
Hinman and I
i Florida already ha local option, C. nw i4' ne 14'
enabled me to walk," she writes, of of 6 5 Ww tlon. having nearly! 600 men in line |
ne 1.4 nw 4 sec tp n, r : I ture atMarston J- (
under the constitution
of I5. Jllin"I
Any I
;: hand in three months I felt like a u Including Chatham artillery with the

,, change in the treatment of the liquor new person." Women gullering Thos. C. Watson and wife t3 N. E. famous Washington guns. The parade I are the lowest. I

(IUt'lItloll chould involve u change in from Headache, Backache, Nerv- Pou-Lot 6, blk 21, New City-J. was reviewed by Governor White and :

that lu-trument, by the prescribed j i I p i outness.Faintiugand Sleeplessness Dizzy !; lelanChOlY'1 rtimon Pfavey to Hallie Williams Adjutant General Floyd. I When Your .lolnla are Mil"
40 80 reds of of
by in s ne 4 fee I
proce: of amendment, to be tilect.r it it. I 4 and .
i i! a priceless blessing. Try Satisfaction :22, tp 1 n, r 31 w-Jl and other your muscles norc from r' I
r lYe and of equal authoritativenesswith i i' is guaranteed byV.. A. sid erations.I 0011-1 Park Captures Many Boers. rheumatism, when you lilli'\\; >

b the provisionnow in force. ,, D'Alembertp 121 South Palafox j I I James C. Watson to Mrs. London, Feb. 22.-A dispatch from I sprain a Joint, strain your -

street.1 Only Cc.ilIEY I:l Burns-Lots 25 and 26, blk 73; West i ir Lord Kitchener, dated Pretor.a. Fri :, bruise yourself, Paiukiller w .

i him nil .\il\ice. AUK IlKItK. I r King tract, Belmont numbering day, Feb. 21, says Colonol! Park with H out thei.orene4salid fix you ,
ajitly. Always have it wand J
J 1,000It.
; SCO mounted national scouts, recently
( .
At the annual negro conference Edward Hansen and wife to I u 6itfrt'. V. Avoid ml
i The Rob'On Theatre ar- surprised: a Boer force at Nooltgidacht -
held recently at 'lu-keiee, Ala., I 1 Ole Admuntlaon-East 50 acres: of there is hut oi*! PaInkiller

winch was mure largely attended Irivt-d last night and will open tonight ,, lot 1. sec 35.; tp Is, r 31 w-$100. I Transvaal colony, anj captured }).nls'. Price 25c. and V*.

to a good home. The opening : Southern Improvement Co. to n.I I 1C4 prisoners! together with a quantity I I
ttuu uu any previous occasion, O4LBPcILXA.
t bill will be "A H >mance of the I: Edward Han len-IJOt I. sec :35, tp Is, of munitions of war and a number ? S
I I II : Lrd Yc B A iz1
.1 declarutiouis expre8 iug the sentiment I,' There i Bun the ai
r :31w, less railroad right of way-Jl of horses and wagons.; -
e I :';South a romantic drama in four i
!! of the emblage the and other con&ideiations. Tie I I II '
upon uct- Plenty of laughs and a play were no British casualties. prisoners "TFoiey's +-#
I! I future policy of the race were ad pt. that i. full of heart interest. New J. T. Harper to Daniel I.oche--t include Field Cornets Joubert .

t-d which --tioiild have the widestI'tifdble specialties will be introduced betWt't'1I acres in northwest corner of B e 14 and DfJates and Lieutenant Vlljoen. I I High Living
of ne 1.4 .f sec 21, tp In, r 30w-$23.: : Kidney Cure
the acts and an evening of enjoyment I
publicity. The declaration- :
Mary O. Tate to Andrew J. Joties i is possible at low co<=t. Our patrons

follow : sale is going can rapidly be expected.and tho The
Iltst-In conneclliin "llb educatIon and have their T. E. Welles and wife to Annie K. London, Feb. 22.-Sentences wert could be accu-ed of spending too
not gut seats yet had better -
moral' and religious traiuliii, me reconnize come early in order to be com '. William-*-Part of n I.2 of n e 14 of' today pronounced on prisoners found i much money on the "inner man.'

thai the toun
..'.10'>r found in o"u..r.bIP and culllva place Saturday night, when $:L'0 will EJ. '' Liverpool frauds. Thomas P. Goudle. I
tton vl the soil, reetlutu from mon gagingI I Sophie Fauria to Harriet 8. 'I The 20th CenturyItcstaiiraiitz:0
I be jriveu away. Prices will remain Key-I the bookkeeper of the bank, and Dick
lands cro|> or stork, raining tixxl nupplies 'ser-Interest in lot 5, blk 48
the week
same throughout lu.Lt !
i Burge. the pugilist were each sentenced -
I at hiiiiie. keeping out of the large cities ) and 30 cents.Something part of lot5, blk 96, water front and I
North and Mouth;prompt and willing pay ]: interest. in Mip! between Coinmenmncia -i to ten years' imprisonment and F. NICK'SRestaurant

Ult'Ulof.I1I1U..plnlCuutoftbecourl8: ana Tarragona: street T. Kelly, a bookmaker of Bradford|I
... That Will Do You Good. excellent meal are served at
avoiding all forms of extravagance: keeptog wharves-$2uo and other considera- and Stiles another bookmaker each a reasonable

j" 4 our )uunn people iff the streets from We know of no way in which we til)U... : received tv.(toyt'ar sentences Ii The food very i is of the finest price.quality
( can be of more service to our read- !Sam'l.\ Adams and wife to Chas. ;
|>uUlic IOUIIKUIK! placet; starting a bank ac- t? i i well cooked and well t-erved. Dining
ruuut. b.\t'r unnll. bolding farmers' in-i era than to tell them of somethingthat Adams-Part of sec I. tp III, r.'Uw: I room is well and comfort-

stllutes or local conferences and a __ _
luiaJ. lairs. For this rea"on we want to acquaint j line !
Washed down a telegraph i
I I'hone 471.
them with
e.ecudr mu.t keep constantly In what we consider one of A GUSHER STRUCK! which Cha C. Ellis, of Lisbon, la.,
mind the fact that the 111".1 our peopledepend the very best remedies on the market : i had to repair. "Standing!\ waitdeep Pearl

fur their education upon the public for cough, cold-J, and that at the Big Furniture House, 20 and in icy water," he write "Rave & Nicolau,

xbooU. Tbek.. should t>e strengtbened at'' alarming complaint croup. We r'i\i 22! West Government street. If you I me a terrible cold and cough. It
216 8. Palafox
fer to Chamberlain's fail to get a usher of it is I Bt.
*....y polut. eipecially by lenglbeuini the Cough/ Remf>-! K your own worse daily. Finally the best
dy. We have used it with such good your fault. We will gush the grew
I ; trims aol securing belter teachers. j furni-I doctors in Oakland Neb., Sioux --- -- -
; Third-We mu.t not overlook the fact re..ults in our family so long that it ture into your house at City and Omaha said I had Consumption I Oysters in all
,. bat .depend largely for our living upon has become a household necessity. '! low prices.! We have plenty of it in I and could not live. Then Tilt CLUTTER MtSIC HOUSE styles'Short
By its all styles, from the finest to the I
prompt use we haven't I
any j
lb common tH'Cupations that are about I began usipg Dr. King's New Discovery (Incorporate.)
I : our doo.rd..m..II.III..cb.nlc&1 and nnrultural. doubt but that it has time and again cheapest. Yours for bargains!, O. M. ': and wa wholly cured by six I orders promptly
; prevented croup. The testimony i i.. Pryor. ,; : WE. ARE OFFERING
hiuce, at present especially In bottle" Positively guaranteed for EXTRA filled
I ih. evuutb, tbe>.. occupations are open to' given upon our own experience and ; Coughs. Colds and all Throat and I I INDUCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS !

u$..t.. should M\e careful attention to flt- : we suggest! that our readers especially Twentieth Century Medicine. I Lung troubles by W. A. D'Alem- OF
those who have small Best the market
'1 HBf our youth for these callings. chili i berte. 121 South Palafox street.
j dren, alwaykeepit in their homes PIKNOSThey
41 'ourtb-W. would advise tbe teaching ofA Cascarets Candy Cathartic are as I Price oOc.
t I iJ I ,rlculiuie In the public schools and a* a safeguard again f croup.-Cam- j I far ahead of ancient pill poisons and have affords !
I II den (t;. C.i J Me "enger.For sale by alii j I Attention Sir Knights! over three car-load of
:, through the children mould Impress upon
liquid physic as the electric light of New Upright Pianos
druggists and medicine dealers. to select from. Private for
I 1: the parents the value ortb. dairy,vegetable I the tallow candle. Genuine stampedC. \ Regular conclave of I[ The Old Favorites "KRANICH &

t 7 t garden and poultry yard to e\cry family. Don't miss the bargains that are I C. C. Never sold in bulk. AH "f Coeur da Leon Comman- BACH," "Lester" and "Singer" dinner parties.
recognize the great work to beI
r yiftbC being offered in furniture dery No. 1, Knight Pianos are shown in profusionallstyles

I I' don lor the schools the churches and pub- Swell Furniture House, 'M and at the 2L : druggists, ice.: Ir Ij Templar at j- ) p. m. and woods to select from. In ------- -- -

2elaiprurmrntseSP't'tallY i In the building West Uoverument. V_ Monday, Feb. 24th. I Piano Players they have the Famous: I

'.t and maintenance of good public roads. M- t tI I I Ten thousand dollars worth of diamonds ._. __ SojourningSir Knightsare CROWN PIANO and ANGELUH Mobile Oysters
-- M
i' la ib. promotion of this and every needed invited. ORCHESTRAL
now on display at Stephens, courteouly a whole orchestra
good .. pledge our moot hearty co-opera the diamond dealer. Call and examine HARRY W. GIBBS, at the command of anyone-no
lion with our whit friends North and them. Gus EITZEX. Recorder. knowledge of music required. An
(....ulb.i ___ ___ ------ E. C. exhibition Also
Will be roused to its natural duties j jNEW every day. the
t .
:: I and your bUiou ntss, headache and in Parlor --- { Celebrated and "Cecilian" Pfl.UIT.T1E

i]: : F. H. Bruce will send an expert constipation be cured If you taliHood's STYLES j If your stove pipe leaks piano players. All of the above instruments -
t I inecluuic to your residence or oll'ceand Bedroom smoke buy new joints and will be sold on ea
t ; do any kind of lock key, trunk Pills I i monte if desired. Call early for
it; : or door wok you need ; call phoLe Furniture at ...4farston elbows from the Willis first choice. Frank L. Wilde

f4 ;\,1.J I, Sold by all druggists. 25 centi. $ Quina's. j Hardware Co. I THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. Proprietor, Opposite Union Dpol.

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WHY COUGH A ,PRICELESS LOVE Six years Xew ago lorlc of all I IIINEY BUEMESft Jle Best I

Ir, null's Cough Syrup cures Cough Ibe-dally newspapers of New York city

(,r Cold at once. Conquers Croup, was under rather than above 1,000,000
Whoopina-Cough and Measle-Co (Original] a day. and New York was then a mar- tb moft fatal! of d dfc '

without' faiL All mothers praise It. What pitfalls beset the ;young! All vel of newspaper production aad newspaper -

IX ;trI prescribe It for Bronchitis my life I have suffered from yieldinj reading. Today at least 2000.000 ..... U/9i8 y I'
H-. rwnetrt, Urippe, Pneumonia and newspapers pour from New York city's
owumptlon. Quick sure result In my youth to a simple natural Inclination

i met ivtI: RPfethedekr..Ib.thte.DLBu1ft or, rather, yielding Just enougbto presses large circulation every twenty-four figures. five hours years, and ago FOLEY'Sor =:I And the Bait Llqaon

make my action a crime. grudgingly conceded to three papers, of all kinds terv 4 by

When I was eighteen, mothei Polite and CourtooMAttendants.
my are claimed and claimed honestly, by
took into her service a little maid from eight or nine. A decade ago or less a maGI, refunded. Cootitaiitflwfiff .

COUCH SYRUP he country. She wore her dresses to ought Every to know woman aboutHolder's in the country circulation of 40,000 would have been recognized by eminent FULL MEiSUIE liD '

AUays cures when others fait. the tops of her boots, her hair In a single regarded as notable. Today an east physicians u the beat for

b :_ lirew-t. erman-Hussian jargon called i Kidney
Ifcht and her eyes were a pale blue
: Yiddish, has n dally circulation of 40- nICI .. ... ..* BROS. :
She was such a demure little and !
thing Those who do
CYNICISMS. know about it
000. Pour English newspapers circulate W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. CLIBL&TIDV
smued so lonely sitting by herself in wonder how they ever along AGENTS FOR THE
got about lUO.1u0 each; a fifth cIrculates ,
.. .u. all rV'tit you needn't talk her room all the long t'\'enlng-tor she without it. It has robbed child. 200.000; two others have circulations PARKER'S I Ii I. Harper nifty. 11 11II
,. death birth of its terrors for a
f to telling about It. many
did not appear to relish the society of that little below and BALSAM
are 000,000 HAIR
; wife. It has preserved her __ ain House! -4018. Palafox strut
young ___ .
.. man bres a sign "Keep Out" the other 11.'f\'ants-that I always spoketo girlish figure and saved her much often exceed> : It. Saturday Evening tad. luuroat tKuiiTM iuu'th.the lull.froouiu R R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. .

,i* it Is meant for other people. her kindly when wibhed her to daanything suffering. It is an external lini- Po \. I liner Hair to"..I.lU to Youthful Bctore Color.Gray 0. Box 281. Penaacola, Flft. t !
_ _ _
> &'''VI.I ketrp ui a bluff so long : for me, usually softening my ment and canies with it theiefore, Gun. icmjp. nj dM|lmit c.A Drugua bftir Phones Il6.28.AMUAVERY :
i ;t Uke! it after the cause U request with a biuile. I gate her booksto absolutely no danger of upsetting ModernlaloK the Eait. I

.. read, such books as I thought would the system as drugs taken intern. Visitors to the sphinx can now make -- .. .
ally are to do. It is be
,,,>..II and newspapers! a hus'jand Interest a biniple young girl. She al-- rubbed into apt the abdomen to soften to the trip from Cairo by trolley, and

I 'rvfvi to Mil wife as "My ways read them and returned them tome and strengthen the muscles which there is talk of an electric line to Mount

without any comment In words, are to bear the strain. This means Sinai and along u part of the shores of ,

.\ "..1 be very much Interested but with such a look-1 understood Jus'' much less pain. It also prevents the Red sea. Hut when rumor says (MOONNT.. ..MTf 4 1r1OUlHl.)

::11 gossip and tLeu scold her what It meant. morning sickness and all of the further that cars may be run by the IMPORTER AND JOBBER OP 1

..11..* bUth talk. I One day she came Into the library to other discomforts of pregnancy. overhead: wire system even to Mecca.
: do home dusting. I wag touted In thegreat A druggist of Macon, Ga., says: imagination shrinks aghast, ity trolley :EIardware:
hal tnt'U married about "
i I have sold
V t leather twcred chair by the win a large quantity ofMother's to the city of Mohammed to which only
':,.'ttU added to his ulrendy.k Friend and have never i
duw reading. I was to leave for college true bolie\ers are admitted! Can It be ,.
.riuies that of the known instance
o; < waking an where it has
; the neit day. She was going about! failed to produce the good results pobsiMe, ? If pilgrims; are to joJurney to Iron, Nails, Axes, Bhorels Saw Mill and Steamboat HnppllM, Ooo'ba ;

"t. with her feather duster, giving light claimed for it" lie Kaaba with dervishes for motormen and Heating Stoves, Paint. Oils and Window Olasi, I
nrnuhte too Is-
;" 'e borne day bow many tuuch time touches here and there, but listlessly A prominent lady of Lam- how long will It be before rails Agate and Tinware and Houscfuralshlng Goods. \\U\\
I' V as It absorbed by something else. Presently berton. Ark., writes: With my will be laid to Lassa. in Tibet with .1
)", V -to hide Irenes that are not bald to her: first six children 1 was in labor lamas for ticket takers on the cars?- Onus Pistols and Fishing Taokl. i
u L AtchiMjn Globe. 'You seem distrait this morning from 24 to 30 hours. After using New York Tribune.

Janet What is the matter?" born Mother's in 4 hours.Friend" my seventh was AdENT cot Birmingham Boiling Mills Company Rertre Gum ,

b-AKES AND COUPLINGS. Perhaps she did not know what "dis Get other'.Friend at the drug Prltei For Tenant., Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery 'W neal Company Laftin A Ran*

.. are only twenty-three daily trait" meant. At any rate, she did not .tor., 41.OO i' ir bottle. A curious and Interesting plan baa Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Elif and Book's BtoTM ,
reply but turned to dust a bronze THE BkADflELD REGULATOR CO. been> adopted in Glasgow by certain
r 00 tulles and upward ou all the AIURIA GA. and Ranges, Wm. Coups 4 Co.'s Raw Bide Laos Lsathsr )(UlIf7'.ButJ : t
statuette, so that her back toward landlords
was who. having improved much
i h n huy sYbh'WS. Wrtu for eu HOT Ilium book,"BEFORE BAST Made Railroad Colors. I
me. IS BOR5. ()f their slum property have been naturally -
V to f-.rty. miles an hour Is the X'ome, little girl, tell me If anythingyou. desirous to keep It In good con Masonic Temple Pensacola Fla. IFc. j ,
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railroad Indus In Russia in
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r U'OUUII"K ." --- dition. This plan consists in offering -...-- I I
f. i Jifurn to twenty. Still she gave me no answer. I got prizes to tenants who behave themselves !
BHENT. HYxaJR, J,8, RBMB.Prealdent.
1'j..: 124: : tulles of railways now up from my chair and went to L,r to THE HORSES. well and pay their rent prompt- VlcePrl'lldenCalbltlr.. AM' CHile !
i mtfc.u[\ In Africa more than 3.000 Ulsrou-r: the cause of her silence by 13' All tenants who fullill these coudl-

r V UritibU colonies and protector- looking into her face. She must have Shenandoah, Ta., is about to organizea ions are allowed in summer to live! '

t heard me come up behind her but she driving club.A. I rent free for a fortnight, so that If
First National Bank '
ivansylvauU I'.allroad! company kept on with her work. I put a hand II. Miller of Buffalo has bought I they take a holiday they need not pay ,

it'aig; Mura wood ties from llrit- on each arm and turned her around. Red Princess, 2l21. two rents. The plan bas worked well

U: .'.MiiiA. TLy kr salj lo last fifty Her eyes were tilled with tears. Jupe, :2.07":!; *, niiiy be campaigned next KO far, and over 00 per cent of the tenants ,

V h:- I Il.&e life of a white oak tie Is "Poor child! I said. season, but the report is an old !;tor). have claimed the prize OF PENS ACOLA. FLA. I :

u. '-'lIrl1 \. I bent and kissed her Innocent young William Me, 2C5V: .. pacing, established tDXRBOTOR.

i uua Is to I* cob >bbed with railr lips. Somehow I knew that her tears eleven track records and four state SAVANNAH, GA., April 26( 1889. ..

,.., liL to present plans. New were for departure on the mor used three bottles of P. P.
I in acit>r< <; uiy records last year. Having
Yu''rs lut\' cuiitractfd to build U73u. :; row. Then It occurred to me that there It Is reported that Own C. T. Cha- r. for impure blood and general D. 0. BRENT

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\ ,,' C! I"'b'IIJl uiid iimliogany: re- only without lead a to word trouble I left and.the releasing library. her 2:0314:Miss, permanently.Audry. by Robert) McGregor, benefit weeks gained, 11 I from pounds take the great in weight game pleasure, in having four in !orIL1 111! mIIU BZ 1ug1 B IIlt aU Ii

I found
I returned
When a year later and dam of Dick Toler, 2iy;4. has l-een recommending it to unfortunates !
J avorlte Nearly Everywhere.C' Janet a little taller, her dresses lengthened bought by Dr. J. T. Axtell of Newton I alike. Yours truly,

"n meandulnem: IIpI" : to the floor, her hair in a knot at Kau. JOHN MOKKIS.
oil headache, "lIfofally dn- I the back of her bead. The yeur had OFFICE OF J. MCELROY\', / _) *We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Irslao'
r.I"r.d henltli. UeWittM Little ought experience to me, and I knew Richard Hurtscliel of Baltimore has Druggist, } Germany, France Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia. Hoi
Firly: 1 Ui-t-rn stimulate the liver. 1 better than before that I had trespassed bought the bay mare AlvinaViikes, ORLANDO. Fla., April iw, 1891. S) way, Sweden: Denmark and other European countries. I
1 h: tl" bowels ami relieve this 2:10, pacing, by Constantine, dam by Dear Sirs : I sold three bottles of .
; forbidden ground. 1 greeted her
i !.aitt"ti. ixife; and thorough. I on George Wilkes. P. P. P., large size, yesterday, and .. .Vei8eI9 Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and thsU
I i kindly, but made It plain by my tone Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Destination Ten or Fifteen Days
bottle small size
I ","Y: u.-ver ripe.\ Favorite pilN. The handwriting on the wall at Cincinnati one ,
i and that there was a social after Vessel Arrives there.
manner The P. P. P. cured wife of
I II I trt4' 1'h:irmacy, J"lm Siieppard is said to foreshadow a ten my
I gulf between us. watching her to nee rheumatism winter before last. It
:I1I1t1v, KatiL.I'yuyImni. thousand dollar stake for trotters at '
-- ---- I If the change affected her. I could not came back on her the past winter f 8afety Deposit Boxei for Rent in OonasoUoa
!' ..A\ M.\J L.A S Uili.4, III t1oI<4.r.".:. h.-f. 1002.Dulmont( again, and she has not had a of Rentftrsi.

2IOVjwill! be raced in pymptom since. -- -
I I continued: to return at vacation
IlNrIiurNiltg. Oregon Washington this! year l>;> 1 sold a bottle of P. P. P. to a friendof
ru.'v:'! i .t.Hl m the 'Orllt-r tLI HUH" once a year noting Janet's.r William the former Call- mine, one of his turkeys, a small

"...r do:.. niij it nil tinliiiUvlrwU of .r..\\ froiu the child she tu.d come fornla trainer Hogobooin, now, located at Waits one, took sick and his wife gave it ROYAL STANDARD WHISKEY
u .j 11 at \\-ul >I.y il.illi't\: wetb' lIIort'V \ to us to u willowy woman of nineteen. a teaspoonful, that was in the evening -
sle tall she did not grow Walla, Wash.Bewaref and the little fellow turned over '
,n ,'.r. "- 1 \\uii i'I! otiuir.I > While prew ,
''',iy \11,1,t 1 -iii l'I'| '. the lIuwl'I' robust Her ibeek was pale, and hr Ointments Catarrh tha like he was: dead, but next morning 8 Years Old, in Casts of 4 Full Quirts at JM0 par call

thiit uuu.J linn) >.ou woo h good dee I .tt-p'' W.18 luiiKuid. On my return after Contain Mcrcur was up hollowing and well. I. bill-! .:>uinerville J urnal. being/ :graduated I noticed this especially the Yours respectfully, : i'l distilled at the NeUon Co.
A3 mercury surely destroy J. N. MCELROY.I'ynyltiilKitiii TillWHIHKEY ,
and to my mother about sense of smell and completely derange -- -- and is fully matured in wood
.1.... lla..lon of 4'uurIfN. It. but received no satisfaction as to tne whole system when enter Urllete Ulclit Away before bottling., It is absolutely<<: pure and oat cx'I .
YouLg CitlznI jou really think i: the ('1\11'11'. inp it through the! mucous surfaces and make a eixwtty cud of.cuubaud: cold ceiled in quality by any Whiskey of the same age,
that UMAlrru I.IUIUKTS are degenerate I went abroad to finish my studIes, Such articles should never be used no matter where produced. The Royal Standard

(Ill itl2fii-4ih, j'<"'. liidttsl. WeuJ I and while I was away my mother died.I except on prescriptions: from reputable JnuT of House Fur- i H its eight years old when bottled, and, considering
Stock excellent quality U the
the dninagithey cheapest whiskey
to IK mirpriwil wlici 'I'I.le| were I wrote directions! : to close the home- will physicians do is ten ,fold as to th(' !good you LW insliings and _ _ the market at that price. A* u beverage and a* we f fl Url' when theyA fctcud. leaving! everything as it was tillI
: can possibly: derive from then Decorations in great variety an absolutely pure stimulant, there ia none better. t
: Ihto.-Ietttlt Free l'rt'Oll. (ame. It wus not for two years more Hall's Catarrh Cure manufacture Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to ,

I that 1 went back tit the old place witha by 1". J. Cheney & Co., Toledo! 0., and at lowest prices at I indicate contpuu. If purchaser, upon examining .

A Thouiand Dollars Thrown Away. ; iew to putting it in the market for contains mi mercury, and i N! take Marston $ (Qitina's- the whiskey, i is not satUfled with the quality b,
sale. My mother had had an elderly internally, acting directly upon the can return the same at our expense and money
:Mr.V.. \v.
Itjker. of 1'l.ilnview, I' will be refunded.All .
of thQ
with surface
woman In her service who was blood awl mucous
N-b; writes: "My wife had lung LIT when she died and to her went system, In buying Hall's Catarrh orders. should be accompanied by either

t., iiliU/ f..r ver Hfteen! years.Ve t pun what satisfaction I could in Cure bH sure you pet the genuine.It i iIIGHTYIARSOLD_,, curnncy, po .toflice money order, bank draft or em:
I Ntakeu internally and i is! made in I 3 7 pre money order. We refer to First National
tri.-j a Dumber <>doctors and spent i i talkIng! to her about the last days they Bank
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. gyM. or any merchant in Pensacola.!
"''Vr a tt! 'U-.nul dollars! without any I bud passed together. I asked her togo Testimonials frep. .. ; Anlie.
I .
rluf !Sue wd04l low and I lo-t all ) with me to the little cemetery nearby ,BT"Hold by Druggists, price 75c 5Gc. DnaIo1o.I V : -
.4. wiica a friend suggested: tryr and show me the grave. She did per bottle. I Genuine stamped C. C. C. Never fold: In bulk. ,_ S. A. FRIEDMAN,

.. ,-y'sHoiify and Tar, which i !ill, and 1 was much pleased with the Hall's Family Pills are the best. Beware of the dealer who tries to sell ,.
I I care that bad been given to my moth "something jJt as;good." -_ : SOLE PKOI-KIETUR
,1 :it'ij! thanks be to thi great I I How '.-* Tour Hldnrr > .
', 'I.' ".' :' saved! her life. She i ii er's resting place. PlllsMii 'aUktduejlll .Sam.
Ir little
*" : a-ii! enjoys better health i, "What' is that mound up in the corner pie fret flobtsSIftragu!. Add:>l rhDIl Hew"" ,lu..l: blc.II"ur It! V. piece Everybody of this earth.has a right But to they a must V HIK O. BOX 4IH. TELKl'llONK ITS
ti: V known in ten ? I asked.
3: V aever must watch their _
ightforit. They
'.. ii W hall never be without "That is Janet's grave." Thos. C. Watson & Co., chance to get it, and get it. $.. 4A.RIOMA -* ,
r V '* H( If' and Tar and would "Janet's?" tE'I handle every class of Liquors sold, !.
the leading Real Estate Agents, take Thos. C. Watson & Co. bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at thai
ali. '"i I atUictiHl to try it. W. A. I I "Yes. She died soon after your mother. price
II Ai il) >rtoo. II: 1'alafox.. When the house was closed I took all the worry off the shoulders of the have some particularly fine bargainsto _ are way down.

her with me. :She:; hud been long failIng owners of property manage and the collection the- otter. just now_ ,'-and____..they_... invite_.._,.. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST [[ .
houses ------
renting of their you to come anu investigate same.:
and lived only a short time, though
BVv -
of their rents aa conscientiously You will never regret having done -
long enough to do- all this work, of would themselves.
as they BO.
which you see the result. 'We must Their charges are very reasonable. WICKE a CO.

\ \ LISp make haste she would say. 'lie may Foley's Honey and Tar

& come be would home feel at any to find time his and dear think mother's how D.Q..tan4 SMOKG' SPIT No opiates.MIDWIKKKY. Plumber Gas and Steam

'CORNPAINT grave neglected!' ....,.. Lifeawayl fitter
You can te cured of any form of tobacco imna( ,
"Janet dead""She : easily be made well strong maenrTic c, full 4 The undersigned takesthismethod
would come here every morning new life and vigor by taking: MO-TO-BAG of offering her services as a No. i South Pal&fox Street.
that makes weak men Many gain
weeding and spading when she tea pounds to ten Jays. Over 500,000' firt-class licensed midwife having All Kinds oi Plumbing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
was so weak that I could not sue how cured. All druKinsts. Cure guaranteed. 1o101t. had 35 years experience.Can TBIiKPHONB S9B .. PHNSAOOLA.THE V1k. i iu

p.ot. the was able even to walk here. One let and adele VKEH. Address STERtlNUEEMKUY 437'' give best of references from _
>U Conn, Buniou and > CO.. Chicago: or New York I
return at the leading physicians of this city.
l>t:u,ipc iiijr ud pcrmuwally day when she did not ae.1 ---- --
ill I'roffUtM wll LnorftlUT customed time I came and saw her Medical Society, Attention. MRS. M. OIDDENS,
Uutul OuU fABR. 114 South DeVilliers St. SECTION
(. LIPPaUN BROS. 1o'V ting on that bench. I spoke to her and There will be a regular meeting ol Jltf

V %', taUttoi. she! did not answer. She was dead." the Pensacola Medical Society at Kilftaiiia from the Northern Woodare oI'oPensacolaFlorida "
: *.. *: I was looking at the little mound devoid the Board of Health office at 8 in I'vui-Balrarn..the certain cunt fur cou ha. \
of adornment This girl bad spent o'clock p. m. Tuesday Feb 25 '

two years of labor, her life slowly going Visiting physicians are cordially All 6ades from the cheap- .

t out the while, that when I returned InVIted to attend. est to the very _
1 might not find my mother's grave DR. E. F. BRUCE, Near East Hill Electric
W. C. MONROE, I I'OIL''J..A7' neglected. During this period I had: President finest furniture at Marstonj Railway Terminus.
I ,
never thought once of oue so devoted."Of (juina's.LODGE.
Secretary. _
I III I what disease did she die':" I n25ttf - Beautiful Lots for Sale. t
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asked after some tl'ne. I
"1 discovered that accidentally. She You will have: pride in yon own
I HSIlKlt: Iit'llllNO.wiNG guarded her secret carefully and I am flower gardens if they are on your DIRECTORY II' 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord- :
Your husband can buya I I
own ground. ing to location and
sure would nut give me permission to home, and he can do it now, although surroundings. :
tell you. Hut I would like you to he think otherwise. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ,
know. Janet died of a hopeless love may wants a home of her \Exceptionally Good Neighborhood
Every woman Pennacola Lodge, No. 3, K of 1'.. Beautiful View, I
HOP ij & 60.op ij. f>r you." own, and if she will have a talk with High, Dry Fertile Lands. I
I stood without motion for a long Thos. C. Watson & Co., the meets atT.S every at Monday Cattle Hal TE I I
fur in the library they .. I '
time. I was away leading Real Estate Agents, th* Blocnt Witw The "
whore I had kissed her. can show her how easy it is to get third !:oor. grandest opportunity for investment ever ; ;

i| 'rl"U antlllt'alt'u In- I For many years I have visited those one. 11101 !' brethren. oordlall- offered in Pensacola. 11 t 1 V

two grirves every summer. In vulnhI'o CAMPBELL, J
Chinese and Japanese I Educate Your Bowel With Cmcareta. HORSI.KR.: C. ( L .: \
I resolved to marry and build a Candy Catbartle cure constipation forever K. K. 8. Borne Seekers Should See These Lots. ,

Fancy Goods home. None of the women In my social lOc.S3c.: It C.C C.fall.druggistsef monw- I f \1
circle has ever given me that pure -- I .

FINE CHINA TEAS, affection which I received from Janet. ma.Igasturel.oneeiyboxofthegenUfli \.A. CllllDlDS ; !Ki.

31 whose whole soul was mine. ThoughI Laxative Bcouio..Quiuincr'i'D'Vtthe \ ; it
South St.
am now an old man. I am a bachelor. tI 1tAedW .es MU .*0 dIQ. Garden and Alcaniz Streets. 1! I
z, .ly ()llku. I'en lacola, Fla. HUMPHREY BAItMCKEL. /
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IN HOTEL HOLOCAUST Poison oaK ; th gathered>.': an:1 in a nick: a- u.i't"M': U l tc;i' ,.:o'l...' ,t;01. I t}tP '\mM"' '\")5't' { ]"r. .. .: 'f

-c,.. .. { ,(tt:
i"'k ; -
Pills' fort, MI.i'i i -"if! u WI"'IIO .1' 1 ''i" a r--- a,1.

i' ; Tun's DEATH Poison "f. 'free from hor iiiKhacu'b'..' I. ..:. : \ W, / V Vs .r
,. : t P 1# Kffl
; '\1 with a jjirrt.n scream Hung; Uti! j
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II &; 141 .
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are among the best known into the aims or th<- "at'I'; linn 'J fit iiIfor PJ _
....ts the TORPID '
below. When she JUL. R r '
the five
dangerous FtOTK'S
S atrn&tlleD the digestive organs Park Avenue Hotel In New many t./ io = l "
IJ J'IIIktt' the bowels and are co wild; Flants and &hrubs.J from the ledge (,!. which she and i i1 ; : -1M l
I t' I uu York Gutted by Fire. To touch or lian.le then ( j -OJ husband had stood the flameslitkins u : ... I
; ml\: "., "' .. ,' l., '
quicklypro.luccsswelur.gan&linflammationuthin. f "'?W window behind ::1' I
I \ I out of the
J ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE, / s.j and around l r tt.rm. T.te in.U.fthi 01 fnfants and: Chil rcn.
I MANY SUFFOCATED BY SMOKE tense itching and burning -
la malutal districts tbelr virtues arc
.1JJfJ all in flames. Mrs. B'nn ,
j'1/ wttclv rtcopibed u they possess ofthe .kin. Theeruption /'h:. loom was The lvii Visa 1!,-\ \lu.ijs IVmirht b.irn- :th.; ,i_ _
J In freeing the soon disappears the suf. tr: peculiar ytttm fcwn properties that kgaotl Besides Those Who Lost Their Lives ferer hopes forever ; but 'i' n. Her weight caused them to sag i tiiro ol' rii.i. I I. l'I'tt-hlu' ami liai b< i'n m.ul.- ,iimi t '

i About Fifty Persons Were More or almost as soon as the litte blisters and anti th- woman struck the Itliyeuwnt.1 lHT>o!>:il :oniicniifou: for OMT :)t>*. .\ll iuu ., ..

I, f t I Trte No Substitute .. pustules appeared the poison had reached She was terribly: luiined about the in lvh(, jou in lhi<. t'miiiMTl'. its, Iiun;.! ."1.' I .1|

,L' _ _ _ Less Seriously Injured-Mrs. Ben the blood and vri'.l! break out at regular lo ly. Sh<> was raided into the hotel "*Jii'"t-is.jr m l" are lull I-jteriuuit'nt.., .*;ul <'iitl" r i i'i-!
intervals and each time in a more aggrarated -
: 4 Ij PLAYS AND PLAYERS. nett, cf Alabama, a Victim. form. This poison ill loiter in the by a fireman and later taken to IkHeue health t I.\puiint\ : i.t.

New York, Feb. 22.:: -Eighteen lives system for years, an.'er}' atom of it hospital where she died. Her

I J f I t An opera founded on Viola Allen's"In mere lost in the fire which attacked i must be forced out of the U
the Palace of the King" Is a London I can expect a perfect permanent: cure.SSSNarurc's fdl lack into the room. He was not I ...
!t the Park Avenue hotel early this Scars the Signature of
t ,
I possibility. S.M n aUi-rwanls and it is believed that ji
t J morning. Fifty or more persons wire Ann" 6e
r ::1 Miss Bates Is under contract to DaTld : he was: liiirnH or sutl'n.>atptl to dtathHo -{/ v
1. !. th lire started in th> hold is
1. Belaseo to In "Under Two *
t appear The dead: L Y---
.. 11 t Flaga" for another )'l"ar. Colonel Alexander P. Piper. Unittd Poisons, a MI sit'rMiMiy of the |K>Iice and i f/ '

i I fire nIkialR doi tai> that in their ot>m-:
a "'f.: The scenes oJ the new comic operala States army tired. is the only cure for l'uIOfl Oak Poison tfl <&Mti&fIn
1 ion the blaze in the hotel was entirely
I which William Itlalsdell will star Colonel Charles L. Burdt>tt, of Connecticut I Ivy, an.1 all noxious plants. It is conijxtoed -
i : I Intl!''|><>mlent of that of the arnioiythr.t : ,
: next season are laid In the First United States xolunteel } exclasiv tly of iuotsaixl hetl Now
I J mountains. Infantry. is the time to j; .t the poison out of :jour it was only a coincidence that two Use For Over 30 Years.

rial condition fins -urred together. It was ....... ,,.,., .
Daniel V. Arthur manager of Stuart system, as c.lay :cs your o( ( so near Nfl r ? t.'D? VOUC C '
W. A. horn Denver Colo.Ivibim.
I wor e. Don't eXptrunl'l1t longer: vitli pstililihli' with a fair decree of cer- r. :'Vif.rzt..i, 7 "ig C'iaJ
I Robson. is iMnteicplatini; presentingIds Denver. Colo. Both employed :
; II eswashes, anil soap->-they never cure. tPintj today that the fire at the Parkaenue I
III "The Comedyof
I star Shakespeare's Claflln .
fi by the li. Ii. company.W.
II Mr.S.M. of the Atlanta
Minhill bookkeeper
hot"l I originated at the base of n
: .i ErrorV' next )'ear. M. Walker, of Tennessee! (Ca) Gas Light<'<>.was ]>.':i'>nej with 1'uisoii I WflOL
t The presort theatrical sensation In W. O. Barnhardt. of Chicago. Oak. He toolc Sulphur, Ariin- auJ vanoni the north .Ieator shaft. From this! ArCOAL(
other drills and epy'lw.I ttlc-ually: numerous I
point it crept to the fifth and sixth
Iii ,J Italy "King Harlequin" a satire on Norman Anon badly burned about lotion'Al101 sah..wltJ no btitGL At times thecirrUinganiliuOammitioi '
\'.'.."So o severe he via* floors and spread in every direction
) the doings of rojalty have an hus ital. WK KXPF.-T: Toi ( )PLY1:11: : LAIUiKU! !Ii-
,' may the body; died at IMIexue almost blll1<1. I-ur eight years the|'"a<>n "",,,, .1break f : I :
; comulctr'ly gutting the) floors.
American production nest tall. Mrs. Charlotte E. Ileunett. of Alabama out every reason. ll1;.tiJitioii was much iiM-er I'
improveS after t ,kjnt one bottle cf S S. S .ant The Park Avenue hotel was built by IHISMSTIUTHN:: 1 : : r.VKi: I: !P.I: ', KOKP I :
: RUBS Wbytal. author of 'Tor Fair burned about body died at Ikllevue. -
t tl : ; a fewhoulescleared Ins Wool of the poison,and '
I, Virginia" and who 1'.1)8'an Alatjne: all evidences of the tliaearx disapptaicJ. A. T. Stewart who spent $3,000K'i) on
i 'I r its eout-trw lion and lurnishinba.Ponindtes. SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOl'-
'. often without : ;
tJ Junior In "The Henrietta.: is writing aJi' Mrs. E. W. M'GInnis, a permanent I People are poisoned

:: .\) Jif-w American comedy for :Stuart: Uob- guebt at the hold.! knowing when or how. Explain your case I I
I fully to our physicians, and they will Thompson Olson cCo.
son. Gaston A. HoJ ins, permanent guest.
J cheerfully give such information and advice PfIIIHlO are made of the best antiIurut : .,
Th Earl of Dysart has offered $:;O,- Charles Underwood OCouiior. without and I
as divide,
you require flit of the ox. impregnated with i iI
000 toward a two million five hundred Fred S. Munres I X i Hoby. we will send at the same time an interesting I any ifrfuuiv.uuicb niay. be dt'fcirai'Ie. ; .
.j I thousand dollar national opera Injure Miss Ksther Ellinger of Chi<::;gu. book on Blood and Skin Diseases. I

r in London. provided the balance is Mrs. McManus. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATlA TA. CA. Saved Hin From Tcrture. j

L raised In six mouths. unidentified.
j There U no more aloniziugtnruhlp :
These bodies are being held at the The Star
that portion of the building in searchof than piles. The constant (dung!; and Laundry

'1 SHORT STORIES. hotel. guests who might have been over- burning make life intolerable. >0'! t
Injured: po-ition i is couiforttbie. The toi- >
f. smoke. Their soarth '
; : tome by was rewarded -
Thirty-five foreign countries hare diplomatic Harold Hennett. face and bands lure is i unceasing. DeWatS Witch

reprtscntatn cs In Was lll tun, burned taken to Bellevue hospital; for on nearly every floor and Huzcl Sulvf eur.piles at once. I\,r I Biggest Busiest Best .
I in the hallways\ s<.>rtb of were di-caw
I f Baltimore has now fewer than 80.0J \") William S. Urookman, Norfolk, Conn., persons fkin. cuts burns brui-r-, ,
found who had been overcome btforethey I all kind-of w.'iinuit i is unequalled.
burned Mrs. William S. Broukman I
colored inhabitants and Louisxille fewer ; --- -- -- --- -
J J.h.; li rHll, Ht. l'aulArk. '
could reach the open air. Hospital caj-:
I h than 40,0"l). St Louis has' face and arms burnedIarjart.t; ; E. records show that "o Ill't'sons were "From 18
I t The largest .ships ever launched from Bennett employe of the hotel fate'\ taken to the New York and li llevueinstitutions. },', bleedmif pile-! and cenld (!st f\ Don'tJKickif
1 American shipyard are the Korea and hands burned; William A. Oo\e. find nothing to help me until I u..ed i 't\ A"t .
: I .
dimole that
Nearly mini : '
'\ employe of the hotel suffocation and i I : leVitt'sViteh Hazel Halve. A fw : '.
I : q t and Siberia, built at Newport Newb for utricken "C"'I: :: ;; th'ut..rdei'I ruii in;
ber were Injured in their terror .
the transpacific trade. burns; Charles H Gregory, 67 years I I bottles completely cured me. Jie I 5'I,, '' dl'II1'/l
,* : endeavors to I'StRll| and were given ware of roiintcrfi it-. Ilar 'i-,' !lil: ulyr.u.Ir a t -
.4! I old. attorney. face and arms burned, I : ". :.- ,
A member of the National l'ish Cul- time-. .
7-r If
medical, aid the Of tlisores John -h : your .Inlt I.-
!i ; on spot.) i'haniiiicy "rj'jird; /M luey .
t I 1.1'! ture association suj'sets;: that land un Carolina I. K. Hall, 7'J years old New taken from the windoT.s ot tin* Ivahn. ;: or. '4- .. ?----: .:- 4- tiheg: tr:1tIr: ,I .1' "
ark N. J., burned and sufferingfrom I
I suitable for agricultural purposes thinl foiirli and fifth 1I0ul'many -- I i'- < _...... eft'.II 11, t! ,IL I' ,
I be l'Ou.ertl'lllnto shock; Anna G. Hall 5ii; years j .
ti&hponds. and were slightly (turned and '-t',, li>sK'ii Foley's Honey Tar ; r I.;'. ( .' .-...I I Iiveal.: I i: tL" i-
4 A Willlamsburg (N. Y.) man had a old. Newark N. J.. body burned \ and \.LJYJ ;," ,

; premonition that he was about to die buffering from shock; William II. Hale cal from shOt k. cures ,to/ife prcicnts pneumoniaOTKK. ., .' iii. ..:: ':-, '\.; --.4 hole bi/ 11, t> n.iillllt .

lie at once proceeded purchase an \VilliamsuIle. .M ass.. suffocation; );. Of the thai! three wore women .-- -- 1} I ': .-.-- ir-4: -...::::) : 11,. ... I. .. 1. V>
Death in each inhlaiue was caused !fly > .
urn and ordered his body to be en-nut- S. Haute, Atlanta. Ga., body burned: (4 f _: :iia.1. __. bnii< < !h i. ;n\ t. "Iau'' III'
burns or suftootion.: with on- evop I h'lvc brett ;iijthr>rizi d to ttkeabseiirtions \. .
ed. Ten win utI'S later the man ..\- Emily L. Livingston guest of hotel .-.. -- f.H'P willi. \\ Iii .\ \'
4 residence unknown face and body tiou. One man jumped from tin- liitli forVm.. Jenpin.;= _____,_.__%:., .! haY" .'
l/lred. _ O' story window to the inner ('!Hut. His I'.ryanV paper "The Commoner." !i I.: JII.li1) I .i Sir ii' -1'
burned; Charles Underwood Con- The rrice I... *1.01( j>*r in ad .<: ...n" ,< IntJh I t< '' .. ' .
year .
skull ciiibliod and dath inVheui -
;: CUP. Eczema and Itching Humor nell, suffocation and burns; Joseph was :: was vance. Those aeiiriiK the -- '" .............

,I' Through the Blood-Costs Nothing Varson. suffocation, burns about face btantaneouK.. can h-ivou sent to them by oeudnur paiirr i ---

n (; to Try It. and hands; William St..bhins'l'st J \ the fire stalled In the armory'J to the unueioi ;iH'd. i W < WK C. ( ). L>.

.t ,*, B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) U Indies. hands and fa e burned; Lewis ''i scores of guests in the ParkAunaihotel H. M. HoWl!1':, ,

Il. -, I now recognized a certain and sure \Voodbury PortUud. Or.. hands and 'I''I'G. ,i were awakened by the clang ol Cir: Duly News., : rEi.EPHONE 114. .7 E. GAHI5 > \
1 I crowded the hotelwindows.
the and to
cure for Eczema: Itching Skin, Hu- face burned; Frank I. Ht miniit's alter
It admit 43
: mora Scabs, Scales, Watery Blisters. of the Park Avenue hotel burned ; was i'KXSACOLA:
the lIam..s1' tlls"O\'l'H'.i it. tin '
Pimnlcx!. Aciiinj Bone* or about the face and hands in ('arrylughis w&LK: R : : M""Ir
) to tli" hotc1.
'I 1., Joints Boils, Carbuncles, Prickling wife to safety from fourth floor; arl wry hiefonth.y spieuil I

1; Pain in the Skin, Old Eating Hores, Mrs Frank U. Heed face and hands !. but in spite of this ninny IIi the i 11111[ ff B I -

ii I If Ulcers, etc. Botanic Blood K.ilui burned; Frank Brldgemaii residence guests vveie in their rotund diesscd in ,, --" 1 W. B. WRIGHT>> COmPANY ,

., taken internally, cures the worst and unknown badly burned; Osborne. their infill: i'lot lies and some ot th< in \ I :, .

: most deep-seated cases by enriching, Lewis Port were in bed. The fiicnu-n as soon as E O'L,. CBIFFEIi'S! DiFfCtor, I \ ,. -,-
face cut by glass; .
; purifying and vitalizing the blood I they teamed that the hotel was in JHC \' \ JSl MAM ft' I I' I' 1 I- 4', "
S. Beach,
shock Mrs. guest
land. Me., ; \
thereby giving a healthy blood : \ ,
: sup. ;
I ger. decided to dvvote all th'-ir et- 1 .J3
ply to the skin. Botanic Blooit Balm of hotel face hands and body burned. Piau.Y"iI't Cullitro Vi.lin, l'ip-' ---' -" -
torts to th"'I'S'IIt.* of its occupants LUMBER
is the only cure to stay cured for Fire Started In Armory.The I Or ilu.l'Ijftlf' Men and women appeared at the windows '
I. these awful annoying skin troubles. C'ello, etc.
Other remedies relieve but B. fire started and consumed the of the Park avenue bide <>f the
may AI-o Director lVuacoa! I lL1J BAWED: CYPBESmIHGLEHlm y
B. B. actually cures, heaU every armory of the Seventy.first regiment. \ hotel 1 and ( ailed! for hell f : ,: ; .

J sore, and gives the rich glow of New York national guard a fine gran I i Alabaman and Wife Perish. J.ind and Elite Orchestra. ,._ss:; PK: .'t.I.A. FI.A
health the skin. B. B. builds -
to B. up Ite structure, which, with its equip
J the broken-down body and makes ntl nt. cost $C5(5uO.( ( The flames com I Mrs. Chailottv lit'illicit and I her husband Brass aid String Music Fcrtishd

the blood red and nourishing.! Over I Ian ol.l. ot Alabama stood on a
the Park hotel, 1863.
munlcated with avenue
t. SOOt( voluntary testimonials of curesby I ledge in the fourth tloor just or thepot ill Gccisim. - ,. ,.
loss cf JIW.UUO "as -
financial n
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. ILl where a
I l'o over the main entrance to thehotel. .\d 1tlrFeariitiri If 0-1.
f f' Druggists $I. Trial treatment free Inflicted. i
Mr.I Benin tt terror stricken McKENZIE OEETINQ
was &
and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Shortly before 1 o'clock fire was discovered Studio: l'i il iri of Fit lapii it I Cu< I

Co.. Atlanta: Oa. Describe trouble, bursting from the roof of the and screamed again and pain fur Church.MODERN __ _
them. Thp husband o -- "I! '. P.; -4 ,
I some one to n s( ue
: I and free medical advice :given until Seventy-first regiment armory at Park .
I' -
-- -- ----
cured. grasped his wife, and liom the
and Thhty.fourth avenues. The flames
DENTISTRY Ship Chandlery and General Jrd-
crowd of thou.sands gathered thutrewere
OA.jSVOZl.ZdA.. Lad gained tremendous headway, and
shouted warnings not to : > .
-... Kini ATas BogInlratve by the time flie firemen arrived on the I juiiVhin | tiMODERATE- 803 A5iD eon if. I'M VKK "rattET.v .
\ Mrs Bennett
It that
was seen
:; r. scene it was impossible to do anything _
t:; 1 PEICES. -v A.GENOY .
t4 ; toward saving the magnifi'ntbulldlu. When yon lack energy, do not rel-
Several times flames were REVERB COPPER COMPANY; JOHN A. KOFBLINiJ'S .
Nh frod feel dull
' your ( : and stupid,
::1 The man who owns his own nome communicated to the car barns of the after eating, all you need N a tlo-.eof Call and! Have Your Teeth Examined GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RDHHfr: L BON 's i' !

!' : Insures himself against lots of :Metropolitan street railway, but as often Chamberlain's "Ntomucb & Liver and net an etiiIlate of the ccK i Caw Icnitgf Nieti Qiii, Iiatleimmti! \ \ Starts hu.' :

i il'. 1 trouble and worry. Nobody can extinguished. The heat of the Tablet They will make you feel of y
I'I'aI ; raise his rent and the rent day has burning armory became more and more like a new man and give you an appetite OOHPIKX IrfMiH "Te. i. no terrors for him. It's easy to own I intense and shortly after :2 o'clock like a bear. For sale by all DR. BOULTSR.17s C McKenziii Oertiul{ I ',illii'ti r .\ : It f. :itt: i PI: ': H ...-\

: ; ,it; !' Watson4cCo.can a borne now-a-days. tell how C. flames were discovered running along druggists and medicine dealers S. I'aUl.ix Ojijiiisifo O'ncnt.Thia ciati,'Ii.There's. ----,,-- -

k t' aajr ft is. and see them.CONSTIPATION. the windows and woodwork of the : .
;! fifth floor at the northeast corner 01' J""'$ -- -... tl Cl'REYOURSEl
: ; .'"r. J'io:: '-" :.J..."> -\ .
., : : :. "
the Park Avenue hotel diagonallyacross !: t-:1. ;
IOITUD : I\:;' 'I ; I Ii
the street from the armory. I ; 1 k-1; :t'..'.;tj" :. --Xk. iPI -
: 'I
j.j .. ". ... ttI : : i".
: f.. :
: :
This entirely unexpected and! iJ. ;oi ; I )J '( ; .tiI
was I :..".. ..-' J,1" ,. '.:..1":,.. ,. "..'. ."';.;T""' f., L' *r.
'''''' t. .
the police up to that time had bent M ,& "..r.4. ','t.vAIrv. ( f 4 p t.
the and dis .., .
:' "1 hit ton 1* day. at a time wlUont eI their efforts toward removing the inmates dangers "-'J1", 'i : $ ,::; 1tit 1 1 \&NcJL:

:f'\I : ........ *T tk. kawclt. not being aole tomo I of adjacent houses on the cross BESIDES of Blood Dis- .:& ,-.. of'> *" $.:. ; ""
: Um lloeP' tor using hot w&tr inJectlDDiOtatOBlemutlpaUoo L : -
,lJ. .. ?* for mien ,earl placed me In str@l'ts. Frightened occupants of tlwhotel eases Eurning and Itch ... ;;, (,'t'/ f-r'r ; rt:' pTU .', : '
that time 1 did ef- : ) 'r, ;, 'ilq'IT11J i
during t.
uu.t.rfubu.eonduutun; ing Skin
\ 'i. 4j. ;. .,thing 1 heard of but never found anftellef inch soon appeared at every window Eruptions are among r'tt: ;r ,U# 1. WiNE CORDIAL '
1 .. until I txxaa using CASCAKETri I and were rescued by means of the most acute tortures. The J
c. many
H BJ ,
J ..ow at rich hat.1 from would one glv to*1101 tbre.00 pawatei for each a uoTeuvut d.,.and ;Itl II ladders set up by the firenwn. In strongest systems soon collapse 'IL.irNr: }t I1'),,I f ".. ." ,", -. I. .f ,. I" .,.".!.,', .S i 9J: r' : U s I
: ,
Ir. ,
du i ";,1$ ....oba r.U.t.* IsLe BuiieU 1'UlIRL.Un.t.til.! IMirult, MlOb. some uneiplained manner fire got into under such agonies. : : !h ; f.,,,. a ..I." .., I ,, ":; ,< ..e,., p/s.i) ''III\I I\I ,
19'] ( the basement of the elevator !shaft .. .
/t .
: (Irippman's Great t? C--- I II...
: Jlr-.t
ft rll"
1H! and on Its way upward to the roof. The Wr -\ .-1.. I I. ..
p. P p. ... .
I. .. .,
CANDY is ( ii "II'
safe : ; .
Remedy) a 'i ,
: ; ttM"
done in : "
in the hotel .
!i : most damage was ( ; ?& Iv. ffil '". J:. \ .... .1 < I........ ,
and certain ;;:
it I the rooms surrounding th3 elevator Go cure for : \ itoI ;k.' .\1:0'4. '.\. \ 'e' N.h." .." ..;, .
k I i .. \I. ,. ,.. ...... -S
shaft. At the headquarters of the every Skin Disease whether torturing r'\i\\ \ \ J II .. 1',1 .. .
'\ \ 1M"
Fifth brigade; in the Thirty-fourth and disfiguring humiliating, ...';! : \ I n t : 27-fj -I

Park avenue quarters of the armory, itching, burning bleeding scaly, .t ., : .* loN of motipy t<- hi ii..udt
a large quantity of ammunition. butt pimply or blotchy-in fact from /.ss.;.' j'-- v..i./\ F.;, in real .t.1tfllIt .'f j it. A rci: es- lm3hh

I : blank and bullet cartridges was stored pimples to the most distressing -. ;,':i-..7 __ ff3''r'o.dml, ..- ; tati-, 'ten u-nally a Jinircibo.udw ; to V! !!

;. :,. t.:tf .w. iith. Thos. C. 'Vnt!. uu &
and Powder eczemas-and humor of the /
Cartridges Explode. I every
I the
IVtaM. Co. .
PlMUBt. ralawbl. Potent. Taite Good. J {j leading Jtpul'tI1; <: II : : .
( BloMn. Weaken,or Oripe.. 1Ik.c.: : 5W. These cartridges soon began exploding blood whether simple scrofulousor ,'Jf1:1 I. ; { !haVe ioAe ofiVp- Which H w ,,lIldb I i Iii.Uu :

& ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... and added to the intense excite hereditary. 1fffi1. >> '\\j 1f--Irr. { worth your while toccHsiJrr.n : ii\ .. ) I I I. f

l,1, a. lLir_.TJrr.GIIIIeo "....I..,-.-. .- ment. Shortly after these explosions I p Purifies the blood .} -> ', r.i.i r ill I d t-morrnw.-f'!' thHIl to-day, and d"II't Wilt ( '. : : ."..'.1'48" '

had ceased the wall of the Thirty-thir: PP 1 builds the weak r: ,. fif .. .
t street side tell Inward. This crasltt I up LI 1 I i. )fi. ,'fJ a ..hII'4'YGOLAY\
and debilitated
: I.W.HARPER followed Ly the explosion of about gives strength to weakened, t t4 ( '\t'i ; CHOICEST I

f r< 1.000 pounds of powder stored in th< \ and insures f"I .j J"ji..., '
nerves expels diseases -IJFf -
H : basement of the armory. The dctona 'J .1"'jV I
health and happiness where ..{,.,,' "" ...
lion *as: terrific. but firemen had beet : i1i t. Grist and Corn l Jfleai

KENTUCKY warned of the danger and none ol sickness and despair once shut ,1,,. "1 ';;I, \i t "' f FRUITS PND N G CONFECILONERY I I1

them were injured. Ambulances were t out the tight of life. .'m&1&\ R RI r.',. "'I l.fif.: 4. Tti. F. GONZALEZ a co. ;fManulan

WHISKEY called from every hospital in the district \ Sold by all Druggists, $r a I J Ii- \ :. > SChiCFhhUrtll'lIt .
+ .
and the firemen turned their entire : bottle ; six bottles, $5. /V. .0!.c \ : (. :>

t attention to the hotel. A line o i1 ;J ;\. ,, STCX.K U.I..

tr. ; hose was quickly rushed up to th LIPPMAN BROTHERS, _.. .,rw"J &.0 i-t:..., ;- ... : C. APOSTLE'S, f P trOO'I<> HODI"18H.ry -' T '
r. j third floor, while scores of guests wer t'!; 4 J: .sole l Proprietors. -J.. ." --.; -: .'. I ".- I rwon itt.t.oU ", ,. .
=- rttotk: fM'd front u.lI..n "
18 ;;r. :
taken from the windows by other fire : LIJPMJIN BLOC, SAVANNAH: : GA. I I'Jf. ._ 14 East tornest St. I 'or b; todol t.s: you .'fit'JS... "
outside. The try. Your uio>i<> ik l lt ikOdyoo
l men on the firemen sal .
I in toni '* ln ir -<-
that the hotel was rapidly filling will! Bign&taro Is on every hex: cf the g<'DUinei' S Formerly Cordova Restaurant etand In fotteriuc tbf bone Tin .

smoke and the firemen for a tim' Laxative Bromo=Quininc Tauctacuc One car-load of Pineapple at $1.;;) OontrbuIeoLbeoasGetT IttotbeeammaDiiy willel ut.. '. .. ..

*' i m. IT Daiifer Bra.ii 'ropped their hose and hurried thruu l i ,7vttI._the Wiled, that a cold tu one daze I to $HJO) per dozen. wblcb coQtrlha'.nlOTOor .uiiTHE ,.-'


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Cil '*',38*EAST,r' and ROHUNA$po/Refinishing". a Katn L ul'tonight font;**Tiwiday for ftntac&a lair md and toltkr tictnUg; bruitoutktiutiftndt : drawing Beach The free yesterday out attractions a good had crowd the at Palmetto effect, but the of CATA CUBE >z>; K 1 t THE( BOSTON SHOE( STORE( f Mill II m !

Mi afternoon. Ucoimng north- sudden change in tbe atmosphere is
tnsttoaigN. Ifaximvm tanperatwc yttttrday S" ....they are good .
many to leave before the
: }
R. K. WHITE, CO dtgrttt; mtnimum in fat 24 kotin,41. game of ball was over. Ely's Cream Balm .W. ,, :: .

The water mains are being extended Eat) and pleasant
The first attraction
Manufacturing Jeweler was an exhibition -
Irr, along Ninth louse. Conulnino
Gadsden avenue, connecting of daring equestrianism. orloaadrDR. ar themselves has brought many of the
std i.radnatr. Optician, street with Thirteenth.The It quickly Absorbed AMONG ,

It"!f..loa "''I., "Uato1a,1a morning L.&and N.made pay car the boys arrived this This went,was but all impatience very well began so far to as manifest it at atone once.Relief COLD'IN HEADIt = best dressed people to the conclusion that
pens and cleanses the Nasal>
( Passages
---------H The steamship Inchmona h itself before the bill was completed All ays Inflammation. Heals and 1'rotectg Y Shoes that fit are thoroughly fashionable

>It',' :,.- |In Battle Bingham Die. to the Gulf Transit Company consigned and the performer cut the tbe and Sltmbrane.Smell. Large Restores Size Me.the at Druggists Sense of Taste or by

t. FU 2!.-John A. Blngr arrived in port this morning and exhibition short and the ball game mall;Trial Biz lOc by mall. and full of wear and that can be bought
of the New York Pro- went up to Commandancia wharf to proceeded.
..' load. 56 Warren Street,New York. I
,:' according, t* inform The contesting teams were the at a reasonable price there are none to ;

e- been received at the The American schooner Donna nine from the Navy Yard and a picked

-I lead at Calvinla, South Christina, Captain Axelsen, arrived nine from the city. The Marineswere "!]tines Glxicle" Fall. to compare with those at the

a oun
A' the breaking out with a cargo of mahogany logs, co- 7 to 1 in their favor at the close. friend of mine in :Minneapolis," said a

,. mith Africa he gave up coanuts and bananas. The captain The Pensacolas could not recover well known Milwaukee railroad man.

tod went home to enlist reports having experienced some I from an onslaught they received in "and be spent considerable time takingme
very rough weather. I the first inning when two men crossed Boston Shoe Store
army, in which be had about to show me the many interesting
the home plate
nu.!.. of captain. Yesterday afternoon Mounted Officer places in that interesting city.
Berger the
Butler arrested Mooney was battery -
eight negro boys for the Marines One day be took me out to see the famous ,
at the corner of Jackson and Tarragona while Owens
..... ttcaps Use Lath. and Welles held down similar MInnehaha falls, and after I had
streets,for quarreling,the noise!! positions
F ,t. :22.! -News from Mor- 1|i of them disputing having attractedthe for the home men. The game feasted my eyes on this beautiful work $---N. G. FORCHEIMER, Prop.-<&

.tap that whitetappers officer's attention. This is the was a pitcher's game throughout. of nature be invited me to accompanyhim l
,.1 same set who Among the well-known city men down the gulch through which the -
5.,.' Brummett from home delight in making
i C ..,' '. gpterely because be! life miserable about the depot and who played were Harris, Pine, Oliver little stream flows at least half a mile NATAL STOKES HAHJIET. I
,. S m who take in Bicker, Owen and Welles. -and there called attention -
a, TLr mob. It is said, pride tantalizing officers I Familiar players with the Marines my to a Deported Dally for The News by
and railroad men. The boys, upon little cascade that Is an exact miniature + ,
MTil" ,'rwn A. Allen's house a were Union Naval Store Go.BOBIF. -
i Mooney, Berger, Moore, Kelly
promises of "being good, were allowed of Mlnnebaha falls. r. I
j .
,- his and a notificationt to Schoppe and others.
., fro to work he would go unpunished. Among the interested spectatorswas 'What do you call this cascade?' I ww_,,_.._ sa K-----.tt6"1

Allen I I I The city executive was notified I Sam Lever, the celebrated asked of my friend. w0.__ :l1V.1 L. ....... .. I 471r!
,, .j irrktfii is not Saturday afternoon that the 1 Pa. 'We call this Mlnne N__._. .....__1I5! F....._.. 141'll
I I'I new Pittsburg, pitcher, who is here Giggle.-Mil _...._ ......._._ 2 75 It .....__. 155K.
a 'i water mains, recently allowed, had (for I training purposes. Lever said waniee Sentinel. .. .__ 2O: D __.__ 1 Nu
,n Burke County. .. been completed in the eastern sart t that there could be found some exIcellent I 1__._ _-.1 iii C .t below_ 1 ao
burban section, and that the mains "baseball erlartsTnarR'TIAR-4l!.
material" 22 John Antho- I here, The ArtUt and the Critic
1 : were ready for official testing !and he is of the opinion that an
ag- Kidney Cooper. the English artist,
.11"> I : ,-pr. was arrested Ina Bicker will go out and conduct the i 11 from local and naval men that will happening one day to visit the Royal

'.' > Anthony was tests this afternoon. The new sys-'l I'! hold up iu end with some big academy, where some of his works Following is the schedule of the t
tern of water mains in''! He were on exhibition, while a couple of
.1, ,' r fgro in his house aggregate I team intimated thatit was his government steamer General French
t. A:f" and began! firing l length nearly a mile, and will fur-li I intention to make such selection and critics were examining the pictures, which THE :NEWS for the
seized nish ample protection to the valvu-I bring some big teams here. The strolled up to where they were stand- prints
Anthony a
-f \pirn ble property ou East Hill. 1 1i first will be the Stonewalls of Mobile Ing. At that moment the younger of benefit of the merchants who! ship
.. vie! room and shot the I coorri ;
I who were prevented from their goods to the various
The coming tbe two critics exclaimed. "Any machine army
i drilling at the Escambia I /
j yesterday, as scheduled, on account could turn out sheep like that!" posts: I I6OrlTont
Co. sue ii being done today with I } ( of inclement II I
i the drill weather. They Mr. Cooper put his hand in his pocket ,
New South Wale difficulty, as is yet embed- will play here Leaves Pen.aeola.- 7:00 a. m.
i'dediutte hard rock encountered j.Fiiday (j.. next Sunday, weather produced his card and, handing it to Leaves Barrancaa.- .,..... 7.50: a.m.
t'j -\C'.rJinp: to the ermitting.g .
p Leaves f ickens __ .. __ __ Mao a. m.
onrtfU ( The Dally at a depth of about 1280 feet, -- ----- the newspaper man, said! with gravity, Leave Rarraocai__ Hi5a.m.
-, '> 'II and very slow progress is Dein "If you will kindly send that machineto Lea/ee Pentacola _........_'._.. ,..10:15 a. m.
;. ,n'iVa':.* is cow eipw- ,i, made. The opinion seems to be universal I' Ton Tate With Ynnr Threat Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then Is;: always insured if you hare a
this address when
'. ..r.-ath year of almost I that when the strat- ,, The ilea that the sense of table bus completed, makes a trip to frortMcRee and then returns -
present end a check for 1.000 to the Institute to arraneas.
:. tb Th! jhur-ho* have i urn is pierced, oil will gush more, any connection with the apixarsI Leave Barrancas J:15 p. m.

r'f" -r ae a
.'* The (government has 1 that the substance is what i U known j, possessed with the notion that the Leaves Pickens _...?...?. _?_, 5:15p.m.p m :
? u. tf t general boll as the"cap rock," underneath which 11 I sense of taste UPS In the tongue and by the round. Arrive Barrancas 5HO p. m. and Bakes

.' a J' L*". will t.e Ibrn sus is! stored oleoginous! riches in inexhaustible i,> the palate. We all speak of a tine palate In China liquids are sold by weight trip to McKee and return. in your house, always readyfor

quantities. and many is.arms express' aston and grain by measure. John buys soup On Wednesdays and Saturdays the use, no dirt, no smoke or
t by the pound and cloth by the toot. A boat will leave
lobiueut that they can enjoy) a delicacy Barrancas via Pick- ashes. In very cold weather
A NIGHT ALARM. Chinaman never puts his name outside ens for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m.
as well after having had a plate fitted furnaoe beat fails, or the
,' address Read In Senate
n. ngttn s < Worse than alarm of fire his chop; but paints instead a motto or The General French is for
| atIIIJKbt
an to their mouths dentist army
by a as they steam gives out, but the
tt t2 -.111 orlanct' .
a" gas
.rnot >i list of his his vertical !
a goods and
) i is the brassy which on sign purposes only any outsider must
croup could before radiator
they paid a visit to that is always safe, sure
t or* 'in.* -IEI'Im of WashingHfess : sounds like the children's death clever board. Some reassuring remark Is frequently have a pass from the quartermaster

,IH. 4 tta far..l1 < of 'knell and it means death unless gentleman. added, such as "One word o take passage! o i her. and reliable. We sell gas
.- \\ .rMf.i read In the The sense of taste Is not confined to radiators at $2.00 and
n ,.-. t.aaf :tntnH.Ht: "!ly alter th and Tar never falls to give the tongue and the palate, but is more be chl'fl tPd." Every single article baa Mothers can safely give Foley's

-:.t ,f M..t h..'!y lot 11! uVlcx k in-tant! relief and quickly cures the widely distributed. You taste also with f 1 I to be bargained tor and It is usual for Honey and Tar to their children for

d U. '. ->f Ml< h:f.o. read the lit wont forms of croup. Mrs. P. I.,, the
u. a fi" uuht Cordier, of ManninR'toD, Ky.,writes: base of the tongue, and the larynx, to and scales with him. opiates or other poisons. W A. ,

"My( three year old girl had a severeca i which the epiglottis acts as an assist- D'Alemberte, 121 S. Palafox. No. 3 S. Palafox St.. Penstcol, Fit.
e of croup; the doctor said she ant, also takes part in the process.
hy buy i Ii f f could live.' I bottle ofFolev's -
Nil's1OnC'\ \\ not got a I Concerning the palate, it Is noteworthy
and Tar the first
Honey ,
your furni. that we taste with the soft part:, which
dose quick relief and saved herS GREATER
ire ut Mnrston ,j- OuirutIrr'iz life.! "gave Refuse substitutes. W. A. ., Is at the hack of the mouth, but not REDUCTIONS?: !

I Furniture Empoim D'Alemberte, 131 ri. Palafox. with the hard or front palate. That explains

the mystery of the dental plate. o AT 0

: ORl'i1.\S 11O.MEH0 The tonsils' \ do nothing for the sense of f

>1 8O1MEKF1EU taster nor does the uvula. ti
_.. A
Shutout the winter winds- .r BRHMNER'SFor i

let yarfru'inilOWllissall(l, The mother of three orphan and What the IntMan Eat.. !

111I/ttfro/11/e \\\"illis\ llurdi' temporarily: destitute children, ha P. I The typical Indian home of tnday .1
consists of a mud chinked log shock, a
ing signified i her ability to support the Next Ten
ire Co.N'31.1L'. i teiK or two usually a hay barn and Days I ;
them in tbe future, will be given a 1
sometimes a corral. As n general rule,
trial, and the three little ones, who Indians O- ___,- -':"-. O
they live in squalor, yet many

HCIIIDULJ; "oiue weeks ago had been sent to the possess nice homos and enjoy wellrooked Having Finished Taking Stock, we find lots of Odds and Ends in all departmentsand I

rOR STEAM Orphans' Home at Snmmerfleld, meals from neatly Ret tables. 1
ALL, were returned to their parent, I Hut the ordinary Indian eats meats in order to Close these Out and make room for NEW SPRING GOODS
fr \ % El.I: :('TItICTER3II: who is
AtItlll.U a Saturday evening. i
: of character. lie to Arrive Soon
The children said they had a"nicetime" largely questionable we quote prices below that will more them nt nnnn_
\\ ('ONI'A ,
delights in dog stew and other savory
where they went to, but were I
-err r..macola for tb, Lets-, naturally very glad to get with their 'I dishes. He has excellent teeth and an 500 yards Outing Flannel, worth I 1,000 yards Fancy Calico, worth 48 Pairs BOY8-: i' I
0 leather
"u MrrlogtoBNtT7 Yan 1 mother once again. envied digestion.' 8c., to close at 5c. yard. 6c., to close at 4c. yard. worth :Shoes,
at r ;io$l aliT our price $1.00.
It i is stated that Pensacola basin Indian children are shy and close: 1,000 yards Outing Flannel, worth 2.CKK) yards Red and Blue 68 Pairs .
I Navy Boys'Holid
t 1 t Fort 1arranr. Leather:Shoes
I:18: n nished more orphans for the ho mouthed to strangers' but the squaws lOc., to close at 7j:c. Calicoes ,
!.' Tr 1.1 Fort Kamncaiio LD| met i warranted fastI2'c.. yard. finer quality, worth $1.75: our price
of Dress
A assortment Goodsin
*'.,T-H t ort 1arranoa. l.Upn; than any other city in the territory are often loquacious.\ Their doors are good( 100 Boys' Single and Doable- r $1.2fi. I i ii
t r. .i tort H..rrauca. desirable colors in plain and
:16 p D i that sends helpless children to Sun to vlbitors. The rert>man I 72: Pairs
always Breasted
v r. si Port H open Suits, worth $1.00 to Boys'I\ew Orleans
rr nc i IcCip0 fancy, worth 25c., We'l i5e. and $1.00, J1.25 I
merfield. At time about fifteen
yO' II! Fort Harrtncai [ one : bas aversion for soldiers and frank- close Screwed Shoes i
,., 5:46p If r flu to close at loc., 35c., 50c. and 75c.: to at 75c. and hoc. suit. sizes! 2 to 5, worth
tort ); little waifs were sent from Pensa- i I
srrancasfor Yens )Iy tells them that he dlles not fear yard.All. 75 Boys' Doubled-Rreasted Hulls $1.60, our price 120. j
cola, but five of these have been re' 84 j
., al P.fNC01a ... MIDI a. n turned. them. Although he possesses an excellent f>l our 75c. !Silk Velvets to worth $1.50 and $:!.W, to close at i Leather Pairs Child's Shoes, 6 to 8, Solid f t
r..t r..lI.a'ola_ll.iflp,n -> --- constitution, disease finds in the close at Wc. yard. $1.15 and |1 85 suit. worth $1.00 I our price 4Sc. I.
ir at t'..aueol. __ 1'tSp.C I ITALIAN: CAPTAIN Indian an easy 'lctlm.etroit FreeI'ress 1 lot of Silk:; Remnants at half- 200 Boys' Doubled-Breasted and | 48 Pairs Misses' Shoes, 4 to 12, i! I
'lOt > ..._ Solid
Vlll'O.;' B.lip: B ,I I Leather, worth 1.25 '
I. v $t Kfr.. ._ price. Thrpe.Pit'ceSuit/ our price :
,. col ':sop.S DIED LAST :NIGH I ;!, worth &:tJcJ to i .OC.I .
I.,. all't'II.acola_ IIC ; s 1 lot of yard-wide Percale, worth $4.50, to close at J2:!.25 to $3.25 suit. I I 52 Pairs ,
;if | lOc. to close at 7'sc. yard. We Misses' !Shoes, 13 to 2, II
I will watches and carry :a full line of Men's :
repair your i worth '
At St. Anthony's hospital at 7 $ .W, our price
t '"K Him DATS.i 1 1,000 yards 4-4 Bleached Domestic Suits, from J4.50 <
in first-class style. J. I to $10 00, to close
jewelry ; at You
,. ,I '. t HHT.DC*. and retori 4&. o'clock {List; night Capt. A. Costa Stephens. I no starch, at 4'gC.! yard. 20 per cent, discount. I I mX Children's should Fine look at our line of .'I f" I:
'ylln'-d Khoes. '
tad return IS.
'. 'a.'i-.toKt'icnaiiareinrn tAT 15. uola, aged 01, died after suffering

ICHIDCDK some time with a cancer. The remains I!

i 'It.' the ronnlng o'LT : will be interred at St. Michael's ,,----- -- --- -- ---,iF. E. BRAWNER'S ONE-PRICE CASH

tomorrow 10 a. HOUSE I
'.,, a Fort Harrano* In. and the cortege will leve Northup fiij-J I

I a 10 11 Jp.mIp.m s. m m. &that Wood's hour. undertaking parlors at USE G BUT i iI ':' 4i 10J; -SOUTH-- -PALAFOX- -- STREET. ( "

'1, had herA in January I ---- -- -- I
Deceased come I H ,
p.m on the Italian ship Vanduora, /( \)I H5HSHSBSH 5HETHSHS2SE 5HSH1tS ,
I epmt pm which has since sailed with a cargo '

f p.m of lumber for Cienoa. On January .:

'A 4t roe It'tD4' captain condition became very !
.'\, i -)--torn-1 Ktrrancai..._._._Navy___ M serious and he was taken to the hospital i
I' s "klmetto KeaoB and for medical attention. ?

-___ ___ ID Captain Castagnola had been an t ( i ; *" 3uN L
Tea attar J:16 p. mOPERAHOUSE old trader at Peusacola, having i I
-- made numerous! trips here and working I H I

from this port for the past 15 i II I

I years. During that time he had ,, '!
; I commanded several different vessels H5C5E5H5E5Z52SS5H5E5HS :

--- -........ ....,... flying the Italian flag, and had become ) t l
widely known here. On this

ONE WEEK !IMKNCIM .account, and out of repecttohi3 ; BRAND ; women compare notes about Dress
WHEN Goods
'I, memory, the Italian colors! are Hyingi and a good many
::; :; i at half-mast from every Italian vessel J ,
i and place of business today and I other kinds of goods, they are pretty sure to come to the conclusion

)nday. February 24. will be kept so suspended until after : ; i -

the funeral- --tomorrow.- -- BkK1NG I POWDERs II that our store is the proper place to buy them.

It Requires Nerve
Robson \ 1 We offer our Entire Line of Hi h-Colored Veni- I A Full it
Theatre Go. to stand the strain of nervous ue Line of Colored Iri,h Linen
\ at 2) and IV II
GROCER KEEPS IT ; tian Cloths regular 7 value for 67, .c.I ,
i ralgia, pains in tke face, head or at : YOUR per yard.

part of the body. These pains are \(t ) Queen Fashion has declared that our line of Silk
quickly stopped by the ue of Perry i IT IS IBSOLUTEli PURE I 4 I t
I Bengalines,Crepe Cloths, Bilk Foulards and Linen W Pieces; 4-4 Percales! lOc
,''it-A Romance the i j Davis' Painkiller The relief is i ira- \ per yard. !
I,' mediate and lasting. Do not Buffer ( ; Dress Goods shall reign supreme for Spring Wear M I

\\ ,\, ;sitRosuoke.NiihtMyUncle' i a moment as directed.longer but use Avoid the substitutes Painkiller (O IflinQietor' in Pensaeala 1 I We call! attention to our Bilk Taffetas at 50 cents Pieces 4-4 Percales 12!lc per yard. I i t

; from 1\ The
there is but one Painkiller t per yard. e are not the ordinary It, and 12'g'c Petra es
4' by the
": Nuht-Queen of TreachV : Perry Davis'. Price 2oc. and 50c. r rIl. We are exclusive agents for the Celebrated Wm. but have been bought direct from agents of maunfac t

) Co. ; Anderson Scotch Gingham. Call to see them. I I tnrers.
Buffalo Mfg t : ,
,it The Eastern !Shore.Matinee Send your bicycle down to F. I\
I f'I' a'nd have it cleaned and a
: -The Wheel Bruce up "t }; ,
,, pair: of Morgan & Wright brand new .1 rr crrr ccccccccc ix Our Milliner will arrive on the first .
tires all for having purchased :
Xu'ht I -Sitovka.t highest quality put on, I the I t..

a r t''Y.. :24th P! lid, each i)-cent lady: ticket ac- i'| 3.00.; OAS_ R: Scissors, shears, pocket ;: Finest Line Millinery. Ever Brought to Pensacola. ;!; I' 1

't> J free if tlievery
purchased and table cutlery
I lht Kad, You Ha>9 heals! ] Btwt j It 'I
: INn the
; ;
best makes at the lowest i" j!

'l ITU i Avay Saturday Night t t t SJptUl crt cAriSTry &J prices at the Willis Hard 3W. J. & B. FDRBES. "

Prices: 10, 20 and 30c. THE NEWS, 10 cents per week I wareCo's. I

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::ft II The Story of a ftdneer.raw FEET FUMftMICKS FOR.. CASH ONLy. 'The Oup that OhG
i tBisnW 1NOAPASSNGEk? ""- - -

I' l'; i 'f: but sot ...brla,"." il a lie.ortitesU w" .

\ j; I' men are mori- known toipr apply to lea .

: ; la Topeka. Has., thaa Tb". L. Row.H TRAIN .ulon svitptcCofl la..U al a

1 t It \ i' is the pioneer real estate dealer -.-lf of the btt.f If6.1
I I there having located in tbe town in
I I. only thuS w. htadU. W. '
He sufferer from dyspepsia QUKRTETTEthat
I I 1873. was a I
i, ". until be heard of Kodol Dys- to have you |le 0< a tr.\\

I pepela Care. I Because' the "air" on the train with good ..I.. tloi .9 0

I used by the Alger-Sullivan Companyto op1JLUES and Staple Uroe.rU.. r.

ll( I1PIIlIb4u haul logs did not work as usual, anteed at

A it is stated, passenger engine No.

k 1140 used on the run daily between PatCorner "McHugh's

. 1 ( I t L, !J JI Peneacola and Mobile, lies In the ,

t' :d railroad hospital in a semi-helpless }'''"o, : ....

\ ; ; .,. condition. She i is: expected to re- will make you wonder how we can sell Palafui Sal R ., .

.1"I'! :: i AkJ same her runs either to-morrow or SHOES at such extremely LOW PRICES. If - .

the next day but her escape from a .. JaG. .
The U.S. mm nt 'f.r
, ; I ( Ff I Ir mi you are extremely wise you will be a hasty a tru LbaL To sway aLA aU oil /.. ., t...
total smash-up was regarded as TRUSS
: FREE solute perfect Ira.batllol... sac < .It' J :
I ;' \f 1 raculous. purchaser ere 'tis too late. To Introduea quickly ltt. H...ot. e .

!'t.t \} IL I ; A'tl The usual reticence in railroad each brook 8tale..nine.H. don't ask i poet or want mony-it'sr H. < ... .

circles is observed here, bat the
I hil: tl I. story of the wreck was obtained $3.00 $1.60MISSES'

: j : from passengers.This .G.*...$4.... .......4O 0 G.
' LADIES' Welts Lace or Lace
1 I train due here at 9 p. m., or *

", :/ ; ii iijJ and known as No. 5, left Mobile on Button for Patent Tip for *

: schedule time Saturday afternoon. Advance Showing of 9
i I'f! and: made an uninterrupted run as far $1.15.
I' S.

,:jJ 4t l f 'I as she Flomaton.was reported From as having the junction left on a I Wash Fabrics and Dress Goods \

: time, but in a few minutes a coun-
: : :f ;,J nOl. BOMi termanding message was flashed to For the Spring Sea8onoI1'V ?

tbis city that No. 5 was! in a wreck $3.50 $1.50 I
{ "For several years."> be writes and would be delayed at least two I -* .

; "my wifA and I snffored with that hours. She arrived here at 10:55 MEN'S Velours and Patent BOYS' Lace Vici Kid i

j I I terrible malady known as dyspepsia p.m. Leathers for for THE BIG STORE :
f'I' or iodigeetion. The accident occurred near Cen

It. 'I' "We commenced to use Kodol tury. At this place the track of the $2.95 $1.20 -
.; 1d I : '!T Dyspepsia Cure on tbe recommendation Alger-Bullivan Company crosses the 0

i 1\ I! ; of our drulC (ist. After one dose main line of the L. & N., tbe former A'0 .M'etropolitanS1oreintheSoiIh can ,1/ 0

I i, and in a short time all those terrible track running into tbe timber lands i
I' .... - - More Line If. 1S11 F.-lltRR
1'1: .f It : pains and dyspepsia! torments passed of the syndicate. This! branch is a Complete of 0

1.1' away. My appetite, also ay wife's used by the company to haul logs than are to be seen "tr 0
; :. came back and our food could be enjoyed over from the camps, and it is stated

1'.I.II \ I ,,. as when we were 21. I am that a heavy log train caused the MEYER SHOE CO. All the Latest Weaves in Sheer Woolen r'ukrt !

i: : ::1 turningTI. wreck. : < *
t! i : \ i "I have not suffered one day with The Alger-Sullivan engine was engaged i Waist Fabrics, J Waist J Cloths. Silks "

... t my stomach since I coinrn mced tot in doing some car shifting and ; feet FOTiste for Cask Oily \102 Sutl faMniSp Sircet and Gren adin es. :f
uee Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and I was backing towards the L. & N. in- .
:.\, : all of fellow I ._, ,.L __ _L ... ..__ __ _L ___
r. ; recommend it to my lersecuon wnen me rensacoia pas

citizens." senger train came in sight. The log tc>lar Pj'rotcbnlea.- OUR SPECIAL OFFERINGS : I"
train was but a short distance from SfEOI4LflOTICES.
H: Enormous sums are spent on fireworks -
the L. & N. track and the usual
every year both In this countryand i- 38-inch Bea Island PereaU Lights And Dark. at. life hr <
:' 1 SOCiETY EVENTS signals were exchanged. The L. & abroad. The amount of money thatIs 36-inch Ceylon Madras. Short i>?th. for Wallt.l n'.r' ia-i :
y. I N. train was running slowly, and, as Fourth of O/tE Glff 4 WOID. Toile DeNord and A. .'. C. Oinghams lIlt III' II
she bad the of on an average .
right mov-
way, kept .... Bilk Spot Zephyr Gingham.. . ".. J.' 1
ing. The log train engineer applied July has never been calculated, but In ; --- --
36-inch Wool Albatros all coUn. 'Ih' u I
''ik AND PERSONALS the air brakes, but by some disarrangement England It has been estimated that HONEY TO LEND.

:! the safety appliance refused $500,000 is spent on each Guy Fuwkes .1\10NKY-TO-LOAN-On- household lurnllu. I S5.00 skirts for 13.08: this \V.*k. i

I to do its duty and the result .
1 tare horses cows and all kinds of personal --- -
t _ was a crash with No. 1110 as she I day.On the occasion of Queen Victoria's property. Terms easy. Strictest
fLO' passed over the cross track. Both leorecy uaranteed. Apply to A. A.Yiitier EXTRAS :
'f I less than $1,250.000 was expended. South .
5O44 Palafox
Jubilee no stroei.IONEYTOLENDon
f : I. A. DeWees of Montgomery U in trains were then stopped and were .

.I t j I the city today on business.c / pulled apart. One log car was derailed When Victoria was proclaimed Improved real asitS. 50 Steel Rod Parasols..... ... .. .. . . . ... .
; c j! and was badly damaged, it is empress of India. Delhi had a display tate in large or small amounts low Th Steel Rod Parasols, Fancy Handle .. . .. . .. W 4
{ Customs Inspector Chaa. N. Quina which cost 115,000: and India ratel of Interest. Call on Leslie K. brookl Chiffon Ruffllnir Black and Colon..11 I.' 4)
reported.An Bilk I
300 yards ,
i after several ill- attorney at law%H% 8. Falafox Bt., Fisher
i out today days examination of 1140 showed spent In fireworks during the visit of building. srnlm i 500 8nn Bonnets...... .. ... .. ... .. . ......" to .. ,
; cess.! that her driving rod on the left side the Prince of Wales In IST5! over $100- 3,000 Men's Pure Linen. 4-ply ( Collar in all tyU.. ,I' 0

: Mr. Ceylon B. Taylor of Philadelphia had been snapped by the collision MONEY TO-DA.Y-oYOQ a borrow any amoant-eea you money want The Bwellest Lineof Ladies' Oxford and Htrap i-htppr.

4,' is the guestof his uucle, Mr. II. and the step on the same side had 000.The total cost of Introducing a new to-day on easiest terms and lowest rates ever shown in the City now on 'iiI. ;
i Horsier. been torn away. This engine kept anywbere obtainable,on improved city real Exclusive Agents for the following l'.I..hrl&t..o1 "f K. '
fire picture at a display! ranges from esutte-from W m. Fisher JWU South: Pala-
: the rails however and as soon as QUEEN (JUAI.ITFOR WOMEN'PACKARD t
,.i.., R. J. Boone and wife of Mariannaare the wreckage was cleared she pro 1,500 to $2(>)Q. The largest fire plc- fox street. In-lf : FOR MEN I Ii
the arrivals at the Es-
i !pI among ceeded here, two hours behind time. ,. tare ever produced In any country It If' YOU WANT TO BORROW MONEY i WALKOVER FOR MEN: v
: cambia. When the crash occurred it gave Is said, was put on at the Crystal Palace areabstraotsol L money. Insure your property pro- 0 BENLY KTEVENS FOR BOYS' ()
I title buy or sell real es-
i, Misses Queenie and LuU Owens of the passengers a sudden and severe In London at the time of the Span ate, rent property of any description, have MERRIAM FOR l1to'tPXU: CHILDRKN: '

I Mobile are guests of Mr. and Mrs.Oeorge shaking up but no one was hurt ish-American war. It was a representation rents collected or your taxes attended to, 2,000pairs Roy!!' Crack.a.Jack Pant., I to I Irt. . .t- al'; .r 0
a f 1 W. Pryor. There were but few people in the of the battle of Manila. It cost calm Real on Estate or address Tnos. C. Watson A Co. all sizes one price. 0
and Insurance PensaeoIa
4 Mr. and Mr*. John H. Tucker ofMinneapolis cars at the time but they were al $4,000 and lasted two and a half min Via. Charges moderate.agents To everyone- i New Linn of Men's Trouers; from . . -II Win $," s <
I very much frightened. who bays a lot from os we will lend money 1,000 pair Ladies' Fine Dongoli HhoM, our rcgulu fl rem r .4i : Minn., aro thequests utes.
at the E-cambia.dr. among : The L. & N. engine, after a few with which to build house.- M-tl- $1.30 per pair; every pair: warranted la give ""I'
) I. I trials was thought to be capable of :
England's Great Dank.
.i White master mechanic of I hauling her train here and she came FOR 1tiN'F. I
The Bank of Is u
England pretty
r the Southern with headquarter in "one-sided the railroad
i railway as boys 1
IA at Birmingham, wart in the I would say. This means that the healthy institution, with a capital of a r IXIR 1 Houtn RE Palafox r-A very street desirable now occupied store on by i \ SOlt. !

I : I city yesterday on visit to relatives. i locomotive power was furnished by; little over $72.000,000 and a surplus of lelnbxrg & Gftsmar Ready occupancy: HJiiliain Joljuson s
the right side cylinder alone the 1 about $16,000,000. yet the governor receives by March 1. Apply to Fisher Real Estate
p. Sixty guests were delightfully en- 1 Agency M ; south Palafox atreut. f30tf
-4 I other one, having a broken driving i a salary of only $10,000 a year.
tertained by Mi rod, being shut off. banks muchI L--"CltSltlHE ROU\H: with modern con.
.; at her and home reception last night given with in u a<)musicale nor of- : From all that could be learned of I Our as that smallest to their city The as pay oft baylen I. venlences streets., >o. 30.corner Wright atltfI'Oll and :e. .o. .oG4..4........ 4

I. Miss Celeste Konski of Eufaula.j the collision it would seem that the i I' its twenty-four directors is $2,500: each .
entire rested with tbe t -
i! responsibility eAI4E. -
Ala. !
j 'crew of the Alger train but they per annum. -. 1IAIILOD4 I
.. .
The bank is a vast building one story 'HORsFoTTKlforsale MARITIMK
The Ladies'ConfeJeratn Memorial allege that the failure of the air- I "LYISG cheap BAKAH HEIK E-Manuf.ctor r I
L.' .Association will meet tomorrow at i braked to work cdueed the damage.The high and perfectly Isolated. There Is months X1 Purcbsi.ercau pay for outflt.make enough Address in H.,three care MBB. dealer m Hair Goods, Hat*.Toilet >)

noon at the residence of Mrs. Win.Kifher. I not a window to be seen In its walls. .[.1ATI.V...-. -;..-w... .... .elf.. !'_". Hair 011.eto..8'211! W. Ooternnit-nt

Every memb i is requested'o Last Heard Of It. Its otflcvs are lighted from the roof or ___ _.u __ _ __ ____ street. .. ...'. .. 1
:attend as business of imp.rt.1uct'H from the nine inner courts and garden.At L"oR 8ALE-A fine draught horse. Apply =--F'lsWCI'PI--For 1'tiiicrul.'. For te roarj tod"t* !
"My little hoy took croup one i i r lo m4. A. 'rlpdmau. flfclw\ 1- .
be transacted.Surgeon -
night a detachment 0: the l'ovt f
1 night and soon grew !so bad you L'oit; MALJo-\ deslraole of [,j'LOWloK8 FOR FUN EHALM furnished AKKI. IHr i
S. E. Kvans II. H. N., could bear him breathe all over the I guards commanded by a captain L large lot and six-room piece house property on r promptly In bouquets or special deigns sr i Om,,K., I.*, Loot "I"i i II ., a :
-. I from Brooklyn X. Y arrived this hou-."," says F. D. ReynoldMans- I j watches over the safety of the "Old (.'base street. Kay terms. For further information Miss Violette MocenoE3: \\ tilt Un-K ityCJU'l' I \ Mrrrlf A I.> J
Hr..ln..hOlon.. I
nhnn.I1I. 5w4ln.l I Ii MM. lip" "
I morning and at 11 a. m. I left on the'| field, O. "We feared he would die, Lady of ThroadnHxlle Street."-New Moloney.Siit apply West at Chasstreet.NEWS office or to P. VIA ht .urI. to <,aif Tritni.i. > ;
I navy yan.ll.lnllrh Unjiua to take up'[ hut i few doses of On Miutre :::1 York 1'ret-b. i Fl..OWEH"I AnI "II Imnn 'bfliiin, .1.
his newly aligned ..tati"u at the Cough Cure quickly relieved him pull 8ALK-A fine residence and storeadjoining .. .". '1..111" to ru.ul@r. ,
j4 together or separate one of ,IpDT FLOWKRH and Floral L..lljDI- ('1 I A..P I.
:1CLll1Iyard.. he That's the ,
Pen" and went to sleep. I Floor and Dran.t the best built house* in the city; modern w Special designs ordered for cuitonicrs Nor ss """11.. Ml.Ctan'.
Ia t't': heard of the croup. Now improvements, 112. HI and 114 Last Wright I Miss Violette Moreno 11'3 West UrpI(0'1. Transit ('o for Tamplco.Mr
Mrs. Ku-sell K Jones and daughter -( in't a cough cure like that valuable I Prices for flour are regulated to a street, near depot; an excellent boarding Phono>!1. YU'llmel I ', ; j IslrCrisph pc.I@ cci
Catherine will IOHVH tuu'gtit, forI ?" One Minute Cou h Cure jJ ('OIISii1&'Ill.IC: degree by the value of house site a tine home or a h..f... good In- I tilt \ .runlra. K"JlI, Ml."
their houi-, Ctliumbu, Us., after a1 i ;; | vestment. Apply to l'at McHugu. 101 S. ()v.' It..1>1I1a'1 iu. : for Uin Junlrro, with "TJ Of"Blut'
absolutely safe and acts immediately. the byproducts of the mills.!! soa- Falatox street. olaltiT'OR ,
aut vicit to rel- tir<-.. h"rp. :Mi -> _
i'lt'a" For coughs, coldcroup, grip, bon mill tvls have been unusually \\rilY BI'V ani'wiitovp lien you CHU ';...r.loon.! .., "VI. i'tchr..iI
0 1f' EhzalH'th JOIIM will:l rtiimin here BALE-TDe men desirable lots In '! a i have your old one rt-pRirwl? Wo ran > .n..I..t "uf'ra- '
bronchitis and all other throat and high!; and consequently! Hour has been I tbe nmKfl It almost ai Rood: aa new. AnnlvtoCosKrove's iil.IUt
L' i thogiie-tof lier graudiiiotlier, .Mrs. j city on easy terms by the Usher umber, I rt mi 1011 tiuiii-
,1 !. Yiiitra.11l lung troubleit i U a certain cure. cheaper' than usual In relation to the heal Estate Agency 2iI4- South Palafoi ( Foundry. lflm ',

'I If', '' i Very leaaut, to take. The little : cost (.f wheat Lately mill feed sluuil -street.inruro- -Ieirn, -
TheVeJiiesday! : M'l"irale will ones like it. Hargis' Pharmacy, 'u II.&U
; / I ed. It had adrnmrd too far for the AItQIitVajt.d. The finest line of sterling silver (,ir I, Mtrlr. K 'ip..4.r tNor a>
.Jk: meet thi* week with MiKthel John SheppardSiduey:: Kahn. < feeder's iiockctbovk find flour immediately .......... --- goods and silver novelties U to be u 1.1111. (;...,.t.u.. :i, f aril,
I 711 1 Ka-5t LiUud treet, at
,I'c I :Marzoni.
Unrivaled found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to ---
I. afternoon. advanced. It has not In-eii many book proposition.

ti 4I jl I iii j; ;It JiIu'clnck'ednf'.lLlf will b* invitation day and each \\YONDERFUL. years sin..., bran was burned to make AUtnluNew rapul n-llfrs. Liberal KTANDAKI tnrms. Our works guaranteed All- plea*e all. n THK X IIIIJ"I U.

: I' member miv invitrt <>un or two htenui to grind flour and now we see it rOL'MAIN' HEX a specialty. Oesscnptive The mot reliable preparation: for \". ..$F:1.14: I' lltUTHi

t I friend A full att* nd.nee U derired j reculiiting! the price of tlour. lists mailed.'\&)) 15 Cotton Warren Ohmaa tit, ..ewmorI'oiestabliued : '1 I kidney troubles on th> market i I.* ..n Allclit. !%""1 x.P Lu A'hllll'I\..rr.j", I. .
} ; I in order to mtk' arrangements Tlie public are cordially invited to' In the Kaiue. way other byproducts olmilN Foley's Kidney Cure. W. A. D'AI- file lol

concerning; propo1 leeital.Mrs. : call and see our novel method of Late come to the front as feed -- ,- -- -- emberte,_121 8.d_Palafox.,_ ..>..r utch"nun Alpha.1"1",Ult.I.unrT.\\ oil loitaat.n i '*

K" I : J. :M :iri..n CluttHr give an informal teaching lan:. ua: ;e. by means of the : stuffs. The byproducts of the cuttonReed \VAi''I'1fl.' I { of Fall and .k Co

I at honirt to ,t few of her married Feb. 21h, ::oth 'Jtith oil mill the linseed oil mill the AITAXTKU A Latest': Styles HA1HH .
phou/\ raph, i i27th position In office. Type- : It Alilor. II.IT. tvrreto, to I' n-..
!jJ) I 1 I lady friendThun-iiy! afternoon, and ; at the Merchants hotel ttar"h factory, the >Inegar factory, the I I % writing and otBoe work solicited; Winter fur her Co
:J'1I m honor of her !l1.t, Mr*. \\'e.Ievi brewery the distillery! and oven of the npprilnced.ddre8.. Mrs. W. care orF.W niture parlor bedroom.. It Hiancbetto, Wtl, Mort"la '
I J ckouvillB.mong PensacoU. International Correspondence :, ? !! 24f-lt* for urns
: .t Martin Siouer of t\ 1 ,
packing house are no longer waste bu It Iac. icln KfTello II..., l:..,n.:
ii ( 4 .\ time gtmts wer Mrs. J. H.Keller. School*, cranton, Pa. feed, which figures in the price of the LU'ATllJoR: BEDS: WANTED-Best price or sitting room, at Marston .aeo hroiNor
'Yl'\ :MrV.. L. Wittirh I Mr- C. Frauk X. Poe local representative.PERT 11 paid for old feather beds aUo buy old C.lmbalor".lIt': :., I
: K. :Mar-b :\Ir... \V. t). O'Neal: Mr. finished product of the factory. Anything mahoKttny furniture, etc. J. L. Isaacs, 'Ml $ (juina's.CASTORIA 'I yfanIIIarhtaLW7l.b.rai.toE
-- ---- that will make flesh milk la Government street. fijlm* ;
:MN.V.. J. Hannah. or
( T. V. Hannah, I -' It Corona. 115:;. l: nio. to i>rl.< -
I : Mrs. W. II. \orthul). 1\1r:1. J.V.. PERSONALS. worth good money 1I.0wadays.-\ItIun.; Ui TtII-Tbe people to see what 'a'' 1 Nor DOT re, ill'<. Larton. t.. W
f ... Mr. 1-'. S. 1 al Stu nice 6-wlDg maebine I can sell for CO
K. 7 :Mrs. C.
t( .! Lurton. ---- -- .
$.UODCaih. J..1\ A.ndrew, 1SH. Pulafnr st_ It ."orld... 1'-il. IVIlfrmo. l
'IJr -- -- -- n "
ijj Mellon, Mrs. J. H. White, Mr:*. K. Hon. Hourke (-kran is practicing cmrANTKDAll :;; It Inn J11..o6 hartvlotto
w-ley and Mrs. O. J. Browns.Ii For Infants and Children. Nor Isabel, IITi.Wrr.loHH 1
i ( law on the It-ctufl'l'! i! \17 kinds of beer
: The heat of Australia. empty It Llna, \.*,. Namboiioo. to I
::0( First Vice President Walker D. ton I'ost Australia is the hottest country on V bottles. K.A. FaIED..ur. noviitt The Kind You Hate Always Bought Nor I acC'a. vws, tlII..f."u. '
t lime of the L. & N.. with his wife : off'I' lias :- ord"n,6il.luntlbf'rj;
John I. Rockefeller has shaved
1 record. I have ridden for miles astride .
.:UALE 111:1..1.'ANrrlU.. It Peasacola.',hIW"D. !: 5
.&0.1 fiter, left on the noon train his mustache aiul looks like I Bears theignatureof to
vow a \ the equator, but I have never found .
- ,
: yeterday, the elegant private car !j jcarryiutr I slicker one than etcr.-Atlanta Const-1: heat to with this. Out in the i \irAGE8 Insured; $I month- gets- t,1Ifor- Veronica, I'Vl hbaw, "
the having been attai'hVd compare I'rHOO'tk! -
I party >V, aceidentiSS for sickness, also death
I\; I to the regular train. All day I tution. | country hi the dry times there nl'l'l.llrJto I benefit. Ask particulars. Agents, big i _, I Am*m Ilattlec Harry Yl'III"r.Luc,V.V!:1. .ll-. ,
( rMerntt
I ..S'lturJ-iy the party WAre in charge: It is doubtful whether Dr. Tarkhurst'' be little more than a .Ih't of brown .money.. National Indemnity Co..ttf-m.t Atlanta,' I the printers- to tell about Co -

J 4 ..f Hon. W. A. Hlouut and tSupt. | ever feta thIngs; entirely! to suit him i paper between you and the lower regions -- the pay big bargains in If CoUFCLEAREDkNIIpiAILEUV Br M 1J I.I*,Gould, f. J

1.J ''J Saltuiariih, and thf points of iuter- this slilt[ of the great divide.-IVjston i and the people facetiously say "\\ AXT.IJ-l spon.lble Manager to take you mis* tnem it is your fault not

jd1 r i ; e-t about the tbe city were having shown bsen, inthe Transcript. that they have to feed their hens on to> LEI t opened charge of In dutributiog Fensacola to depot further and office business mine. Yours truly, 0. M. Pryor, 20 .Ii '1'

;it1 afternoon party Perhaps after sing ilr. Schwab at cracked ice to keep them from laying Interests of old established manufacturing and 22 West Government street.If 8ACOLA.TIAMIBIM..
1,1. taken for a ride on the bay, the concern. Halary.llJO: per month and .
t -- -
I Knterprise" haviuR tmeu uti- close range Kuroi-o will not be eo terrified boiled eggs.-.Sydney Telegraph. extra profits. Applicant must furnish -- Amoland butcb.aat furl laifbirnikla '
Sri 1 Htoamtr The JutiuKuUh1 at the mention of the Yankee rlll' good references and have $...> cash. Address you want a nice, present to giveto Br, 1"I4, at Tyne lUanecogorta. >..
It lizt'J for the trip. I II Manager, I'. U. HOI li'l, Philadelphia a friend go and look through the Mpan.sld II ucice,
: .. 1 visito' expressed himself as -Chicago News. i( DO NOT SUFFERany Pa. f."Joawjwa. : '' elegant line of suitable articles at Tertia.dr.sld' Leghorn tb
with his initial ------- \ ", fr.sld La I'almat i la i iWinifred
Ll flighty pleased: trip Ku MIl Sage will! never forgive those 3. I. Htephen, you surely can find ,Am..Id Nw ) orkhSHirt. -
I I and welcome here. < n-Tsons who have forced him to squander I"OULTltY. something to please you. If you .
his saving with the lawyers.- longer from stomach liver and -"'- want anything in the Diamond line :-iicoloccaR1P.. It. tld LondO'; I.'aDloo.IL la
Out the Knemy. bowel complaints, when Ho tetter's \ at Hamburg
; '. I Url I"!: Washington Post COMB BROWN LEGHORNS be sure to see him before you buy.
.. Stomach Bitters will cure you. Get stock and Eggs tonal*. CAsks
the of oolJ. sharp _. !
Kay atArizona.
are -- --- Ai'leCier.It' ;
; Thee It bit odd --
must seem; a to Senator
a bottle today and be convinced. It Leave orders at Willis Hardwarecos. l>>stflert .1Ana.
Krutui .1
= lId
attacking threat and the "orI'I.: :
I' and sudden i r>ew to see space given to a descrip- i will bring health to every sufferer. capllln.owners" of the Br ti .. U"r,lid H.vr. Jao II
1.; lung*, and I leading to consequences | lion of Mrs. DCIHW'B gowns while his Try it for DYSPEPSIA INDIGESTION, .oiial, I I dttNllTHEK will be rt-sponsi- Albion. Kus. at Oval Jan *
1, : ouedoes not like to think about.1i -- I 1 Anita B. It.!CI.! .t 'riTiiNiif( .
", 1 remarks, if he offered crowded ; CONSTIPATION, iRVOOSNEJS or INSOMNIA by
and fteht any, get ; tie Annl.m.I.1or.. lid lottOoa bee It
Avoid further exposure tIOL1Weak! Men; our Improved Vac crew of said vessel.
of health aud comfort ; out.-Boston Transcript. and you will not be disap- O uum Developer guaranteed cheapest; flszssitity. Atlaatle, Nor, ArendaU l> eCarlpbll .>
) I the enemy pointed. The genuine must have best on earth for sexual weakness, stricture Gull Transit Co.. Captain. Nor Ud Algoa hay Jan
t with Perry Davis Painkiller the Poor Marconi! Though able to bridge Cogaatl.It.'t:!:!, at Mkrrlll nIiunerag
losses varicocele enlarges shrunken Consignees :ilu
t our PRIVATE STAMP over the neckof "
'I : I family staud-by for aixtf years. It ', an oeoan with his wireless telegraphy, organs. Particulars sealed. The World's Nor sid Hlfa Jan
the bottle.HOSTETTER'S. [ lid labia Bay Jan
Elakoon Bus
See that I Cure Co.. Denver,(;01. J50awnr.:
''I conquers a cold in a day. he has not been able successfully to F. M. WILLIAMS Maria. It, lid Palermo Dm 1* .
t von get the right article. There is span the short distance to a fickle wo- Magdalena >'or, nd Muntvvldr"Nordlyt ,
I >IeeiUalf l"Iundrle. 1Nostropsdr..h.4tid i
Kiomw Iws.i
I Dui. *! Nor lid
Painkiller. Perry :
but one inau's heart.-Philadelphia Press. i --""- CONTRACTOR AND Cap T ,.
{ t OSORRHEA CURED!: for Ii postpaid DT| Mount It, lid L.Hb Jan
skirts and waists \J sot a medicine. A new discovery.!, lid Ooo Jan IhCUOOiKK
Cleaning ladies 8u cribe'; the NEWS Thousands cured. It never tails. (Guaran Estimates Promptly Furnished *.
in one of our specialties. Bur Laun- t week lOc per I Stomach Bitters teed. World's Cora Co., Denver, Colorado.IlioawSW llmaa M Law Am. sid Portlea X )

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