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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1903
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VOL 39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY
1903
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M1S1ERY' SHROUDS I IA I SENSATION AT JACKSON. TO LOCATE BIG INDUSTRIES j | >

I I I Charges Brought Against Officials of IMPORMT'ARfiiyOFFICERS I SAXON? GROWN PBiNCE! ; ; .If

English Company to Muster Various

jUTEMPTJOKILL A, ; Jackson, Miss.,City.Jan. 31.-The eensa- Enterprises at Chattanooga. I MAY THRONESaid 0 :

Chattanooga, Tenn., Jan 31.-The GIYEJJP j rJ
tional charges! brought against the administration .fn ..
Chattanooga company, limited, an immense :. .
Man Called to Door of Jackson by the Hinds HERE TODAYGen. '
Fjltihtrg : county grand jury are now almost the company owned by English cap. He Will P.enounce Succession ;. .J''
talists! and owning all Hill City and i'
Shot Down. hole tc i ic of discussion, and thereis I ,
aua some talk of impcacament proceedings Walden ridgv, has announced the appointment In Sen's Favor. ;! .1'

-- I being Instituted against la'orHuillgW'iY --- --- of \V. G. M. Thomas of this | :. :)

TO THE ASSAILANT. city, as and that
tLrV manager tie
\.1 com- .
and Chief of 1-uhce; Tay
DECISION. :
F.EA30N FOR HIS :
lor. Adna R. Chaff and Staff and Several In pat:}' will begin a campaign for new | ':, .. '

At t,:ud;; Ringing Summoned The only; peculiar feature of thel.o.aU's ndustries.! : I I ;:' ", 'i
specting' Officers The company itself will begin the' Strict Military Code of Honor Makes 1 : i
actor to Door and ; test that Las been stirred up Were Early :Morning "
is the tact that the jury has: preferred development! of the Walden Ridjto': Him Ineiij'!::ls For Certain Duties. : ::1" I.I ,
?(. He Is Shot! ty: Some coal fields, and it is understood that ., \ t :
KTiCSS. serious charges of this nature and fail. Arrivals-Here to Inspect Bar- they will build an electric railway to i He Has Appealed to Emperor to Ra. ;-
ej to bring ludictnifnis.: .
the top of Walden IliJge. The company lieve. Him of All Military PCS'.lion. ; 'j .'i:
Ordinarily, it would: follow that I'
I.-C. I). Allison, a rancas Army IJpst. will also probably build a water. \ J!
., sufficient evidEnce was found to Berlin Jan. :31,-A curious story ,
cuntractor of this works for the accommodation: of the
charge; the major with malfeasance f : widely told; in the u.otiaiitl and Cer- t ,I
.> the front door of 3fiOO people who live In Hill City. An
ia office and the thief of :1 this that the "
polite In papers moru.ng is : ,
immense steel p
: -dons a suburb, at plant will! also be located '
morning and shot with embezzlement.: this evidence ,. tLee. crown piinee oi Saxony is determined ; :!
would :also be sufficiently strong to k. to renounce his euc-ceaalou to the I :1
.L.m! n ix-r:;on. TheI.A111son's I
demand indictments, but it seems throne ill favor of his son, George, 1. .
; left side Coal Scarcity Relieved '
that such is not the! case in this in- who is IU years of age. : n
,ud it is feared the New York, Jan 31.-Retail coal i ::1
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stance. The reason given is that the military '
lata!. dealers have decided to sell coal to I[ .t 1' I.11
Thin major is charged with whole- : 1 code: of honor does not permit a i 11 H !
i.awakened shortlyn consumers of $7.50 a ton, beginning .
sale use: of his pardoning power, remitting hubbandvronged as he has been, to t i c.
!b jy loud ringing at Monday text. They say there Is now : ; '
of fines and Intimate relations remain in the service, and the crown :: ,
'. Securing hia revol- planty of coal in the city and that1'!
with: the blind tiger and gam- prince as commander of the first army l t
i I.'.t'd auJ opened the about CO.OOO tons is arriving at tide
ling hells of the city, while the chiefof corps of Saxony, and as the future .l ,
was there and he step- water every day. The independentsexpected <
is {t of tho entire Saxon
police charged with collecting commander con- -
that New York would have
porch and was p/ ring
fines in cash and reporting them as 'tingent, must pass on the findings of ;, .
'.no-;:, when a shot was severe weather in January and had I r
worked out. 45 instances of this kind 'I 1 the court of honor which In circumstances h
1.? house and Mr. Allison stored over 300,000 tons along tho'railroads ,
being preferred against him. similar to those! of the crown
rough the side. He quick- in order fc> make coal scarce .,
The city council meets in regular I IrpolPtd prince, requires a challenge, or the : .
: )mj,,'If by the porch rail in the city. The mild weather has "
session next Tuesday, and the proceedings laying asideof the uniform. The" !
and fired three shots atin. their plans and they now are ..
Mrs. Allison rush- are expected to be of a most leasing the coal {crown prince, It is said, is scarcely ,

spirited nature when the impeachment (expected to challenge Prof. Giron but ;
found her husband half r.. l
articles! are read. Fatal Fire In Sacramento i opinioa In the army is so rigid on .

:. !, half hanging on the Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 31.-The 1 points of honor that the prince is re- ., : j
dragged him inside and 1I .I
STUMBLED UPON CORPSE. great detriment tore of Wemstock, I garded as Ineligible for reviewing tho { '
e was quickly summoned Lubin & Co., was destroyed by fire decisions i j "
I of courts of honor and protesting ., ..
mt of Mr. AllUou's condi- Columbus Ladies, Returning Home, this morning. frank Kasolt, a fireman I the hooor of the uniform. r. .
>t Ira: made t} extract '
nu ( was killed by a falling wall.1
Make Grewsome: Discovery. The rkhenlsche Courier, of VTies- '

Columbus, Ga., Jan. 21.-When the Pilchard had his back broken and ': |taken, says without reservation that ;' 1 -

j.' Known for the attempt Misses Watt opened the front door Bill die. Several! others were badly :j the! prince has renounced his right offuoeosion ,;'

., life, and the identity of their residence at No. 1437 Second injured. The loss may roach UIJJ"I find the Berlin! Slorgea '
.:cd J the shot is a mys- 000.)\ The!' '" '
avenue and entered the hallway late : prowrty was heavily in-I Post's Dresden! correspondent says he ,

:hat, an infernal ma- yesterday:: afternoon, after an absenceof Eurt The store of V.tinstock, has already appealed tT the emperor ," t

Mr.( Alis! >i last several hours, they stumbled: uponan bin & Co., WES one of the largest in to relieve him of all military position. .1 f
i .ii to work when
California.! It
object on the floor. t N was, a 4Ftory brick

They lighted the gas and discovered r'dry and cement building, covering a large: COY MURDERERS SENTENCED. :'

aid that: the *Iiat the object was the body of their p area of grcjind. An immense stock .

iiolitical! trou- house servant, Giinetta Lockett, a ne- was carried, as the company had a Clarence McCoy and William Outer- 1 ..

!. a- fla.11 the gress, who lay: at the bottom: of the large tree throughout central and I ,
circa for man Given Twenty Years. .
: in
1-1 northern California. '.
'.y me it is stairway. MAJOR GENERAL CHAFFEE, "THE MAN IN SHIRT SLEEVES"General Lancaster Pa.. Jan. 31.-Clarence J '

':1 :- :,: ,''teJ She had evidently been dead several McCoy end William C. Guterman, the t '
hojrs. There were no marks of Land Slip Delays Train.
', .. Adna Ii. Chatlee, couiinandin maud ia two Columbia, Pa., boys convicted of
'i. :1-: the China played such an hon- Now York, Jan. 31.-A IcaJ :
violence her The slip
wo-
\ '. V '. upon reison. : murder ia the second degree< were today ,!I' .
: : h't; r \ i- dlf men was well at noon and her death ; the Depirtment of theEast orable part." which coo.r4 the tracks of the New 'tj
"') < 1 B! .\:1.-:! 'n, M 'r' fury of York given the maximum sentence-20
Central I
was wto'lj!! unexl ; -..:" i. I. 1,111-. jS'.ei: 'in: year lepse last night The officials of years-by Ju\ o Landis, who stated I.,
The held the .
coroner an Inquest
I: : t.', .! I i1?:'it .Mr \Inn: : Is in over by Colonel Livermore, engineer arrivtd Manilla aud after a tour of the road reported today that there he was sorry he could not make the I j
remains and the verdict of the
jury
.. : '. d' *-th tJ! .. leaguet.a.ar was that the woman died of heart corphj.n: Harrison, artillery Inspection of the islands, was a was a mud hank on the tracks 175! punishment| more severe.
.. The each 2<> of
prisons are
years ;
i r. of th" wound
failure.: She was evidently stricken corps; Captaiu LinJ.ay, iufan- month later made military govenorof feat long and from 13 to 30 fret deep. ,
':- '!., ;1'NMcians slatedi age; anJ the .rime for which they were
'.' while rcmii-g; down stairs, and felldown try : First Lieutenant Harper: the He this Passenger trains are being sent over convicted the murder of Jacob
i \,..-> i.' t fatally hurt. corps; Philippines. held : the West Shore and Harlem division was ',I
the : of tairs
flight She
was
:. ,i tb i 1..ft breast and alone In the house at the time. Seventh Cavalry, who was al-o lieu- dIke until July 1, 1902!! when he returned until: the rail 1 is cleared.! Trains due IL liwtick.: a track walker on thePennsylvania I
I railroad. After shooting
'j l! 1
lung lodged in tenant-colonel in the! 8panlhAroerican to the United htates, and on here last night arrived 8 hours late. '
1 r and beating him over the head the .

of : ''.-htt'st clew ATLAKTANS IN DIG DEAL. war, and First Lieutenant I, November 21!J, he assumed commandof : HJGon;: ; Loses "in" Court. murderers placed the body on the : i *

: !l' } arg of age, and Howell, chief of the commaudimgeueral's the Department of the East, his Montgomery Ala, Jan. :31.-In the track, exitoctinsr a train would run i.r
: ':. Largest! Tannery in West to Be Locat. i .f Colonel over It and hide the evidence of mur,1 ; ;
>.ie1.:an Electric 8t a tI. J application: ( Hig'ion! for a ). '
ed at O-ratia. present ollice.
der. The body discovered few '
mandamus compelling: Governor Jdks was a i
OmlaI'b., ., J;:n. :31.-Within the The j .
--- distinguished party registeredat to retiTe hni! to command of the minutes before the passage of a train. ,, 8a r
next few months Omaha is to have a.;
c.ZE D r'AN ARRESTED.Wo Merchants hotel, breakfastedand WHAT CONSTITUTES Third regiment, Judge Sayro of the 'J
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one of tie largest tanneries and bather
I AMSTERDAM LABOR TROUBLES.
then city court, has sustained the gover 4
manufacturing plants in the wrst. proceeded to nHranc.ls'iwhere
: 'J';'';' Killed Miss:: Pressley, DEPARTMENT OF EAST nor's demurrers and thus threw the
J. II. Thaw, formely of Atlanta.: received with .
they were amajorgeueral'ssaluteof .
Local
', case out of his court. !He decides Cavalry and Marines Enforce the -
T i en In Charge. Ga., bet rrw n siding in this dty. is General Chaise's command: is one Garrison. '
13 guns. ] the courts have no Jurisdiction our .
i -lau :31. promoting the deal with Mr. Hoi- I
-nil
Itag- Amsterdam, Jan. :?1.-Cavalry! anti "
.,. This is General Chullee's first inspecting of the most important military division the governor In military matters. Ilig ,
.1"- mail who killed comb who is one of the proprietors of marines from various stations ;
doa give notice of apjx-al to the su
'I; 'liun.moboy, Will the !large: tanneryplant! at Atlanta, tour throughout the South ? of the United !States'! It includes preme court. throughout the country have been .:

I :.1l1!! county, Monday and who Is also interistcd in the since his promotion last November the New England statesNew brought here to enforce the local gar- !'; ,

: :(, aft( d I and is LOW in schrrro. York risen In view of the strike eventualities ., O'I
to his present feUtiou. His head- New Jersey, Pennsylvania: Georgia Postmasters Confirmed.Vaiiton I ..
J. H. Thaw ho will the ,
says secure and the Dutch Ironclad Everts P "
\ :31. The
Jan. rate to.
.,',',. Uhng;! R. sipTiat'iros! of several of Atlanta at Governor's Island, Delaware, Maryland, District of Col-
);trs has people quarters are day confirmed these nominations for ,, Is held In aJ1ni.s Niewe-Diep! to '.

-!" ni;:UK most; of the who have agreed to put their N. Y. umbia, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia iiostofflc: L I!, \Vimberly.AloeyviKo come Lore if required t'

'n'"lu!, nf Union county. money: Into the concern. North aud South Carolina, Georgia, I: ; J. D. Crawford, Cairo; A. The postal service hence to Haarlemand .

1:" :> went in search of Hi 111 ur.derstoond the machinery of Utrecht is carried on by motorcars
B. Finley Douglas C. A. Alexander
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':":;''I'J',: morning. tho plant in Atlanta is to bo shippedto SKETCH OF CEN. CHAFFEE. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Harmony Grove; J. C. Massey, Hart' "M "

: ""d'.i i "i a swamp lx>nerII. Omaha to bo used In the concernhere Louisiana and District of Porto Rico, 54
General Chaflee h one of the most well; N. T. Jones, I'alham; J. R.

.- was asked to come embracing Porto Rico and adjacent Smith, Winter; S.1.. Davis, Jr., Cal MANY FIND WATERY GRAVES. t
United
in the
r-n distinguished officers
T but
replied that
islands General Brooke houn; E. Y. Swanton, Montlcella
I :;'list No Indictments In Goebel Case. !States and his rank Major was :
.. : army, today British Cruiser Collides With Torpedo -
... .!ay he was taken un Frankfurt Ky., Jan. 31.-Tho Frank. succeeded by General Chaffee Boat Destroyer. '
.' was obtained through merit. Duringthe Boy Killed While Hunting. '
v "> time he was lying; Hn county grand jury adjjurned today Ga. Corfu Island of Corfu. Jan. 31.-
Augusta, Jan 31.-Jr. C. A.
served dis-
civil he with
.1. ': .i,let In hand at 11 o'clock. Notwithstanding war COL LIVERMORE '
". .. .. p. one Blanchard has returned from Appling, The British cruiser Pioneer ran into > I

f I. ... Irn'lt'd shotgun, and in servingentenco tinction and gallentry, enlisting! as where ho was summoned a few days a torpedo boat destroyer wax tho r ,

.: J .' .1 s re\olver. a private in Hila; and before the end- LOST FINE WATCH ago to attend his little nephew, UptlaDIancl1a.rd channel of Corfu and 13 persons are < 1.;
: 'tfi! the double crime the murder of Goyomor! William Goe believe to have been drowned. ti
.. ing of the war had attained the rank Cot Livermore hurried from the who was accidentally shot i "
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were that he loved bel wad before the jury for over a Bill 'l'wobOOle! have thus far been pick.
by a companion Reese, while
,. Id: i despised tho negro, week, no Indictments In the Goebel of first lieutenant by meritorious s'eeper this morning and forgot to hunting. Death resulted from the I cd up. I ;

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J ri, case were returned. It is now believed conduct His record in the army has carry with him his elegant gold wound. I, ,,:
; ? h" taken to the state that other than those already -
persons The finest line of umbrellas In the
been excellent his rise steady and watch. He was much concerned 'f
; very t
!'iiirton, just as soon as indicttHl! who were implicatedby Will Be Largest Dome. city is at J. I. Btephena. Go look .,

". ,,' provided! for him. tout;E')' Trill be indicted at some on February 4lb91, he was made over the matter and could St.:: Louis, Mo., Jan. 31.-The plans at them. r

.. '" >tion as to his insan- future tilLe Major General in the United States hardly enjoy the elegant morning for the festival hall l of the I..ou1&ian8PI.1f.h2. t
', !ore this he has been The finest line of sterling silver "
.
.<=8 exposition have been submitted
meal set before him. His mind was
'' army. goods and silver novelties fc to be
same hospital, and J'-
slowing the dome will be the
only six months ago REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A General Chatlee was in charge of somewhat eased, however, when i it largest la the world, excelling! in size please found at all.OYSTERS J.. I. Stephens'. Prices toe'

Little Bey's Life Saved.I the American troops at El Caney, was suggested that he wire the agentat those of St. Peters cathedral and the l

r. :"" ..virtue of have a few words to say regarding after which be was sent to China in Milton and have him retain the Pantheon at Rome. AT HID APOSTLE'S ;'
, Burnett'si
''-. : F\iu! it Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It command of the United States for- watch, returning it here on the 6:30 Guests of'King Edward. ,
v', ,- purity. It is rea saved my'little boy's life and I feel London, January 31.-Henry White Fine oysters today. Try them. ; r
'" r \trjct and nothing but va- ces during the Boxer uprising train this afternoon. By this means NIC APOSTLE.
:..:: that I cannot praise it enough. I United States charge d'affaires, and A
l.: xtr,H.t. Always( usa Butt bought a bottle of it from A. E.Steereof For his splendid planning and ex be hopes to recover his property. Mrs. White: went to Windaor today to TO CCHK A COLD IN OXE DAY ) !! .

Goodwin, S. D., and when I got ecution of the attack at El Caney on spend the week with King Edward. Take Laxative lirnmo Quinine Tablet l...

Y .:. lr'S': Xo. 3 saloon at the home with it the poor baby could July 1, IS'JS, he was highly! commen- OFFICERS LIKE THE MERCHANTSThe Urateatrt Windsor tomorrow Ganeral and Miles will will dne: go and to Tbiitlgnature bOJ5c.: (tRY!)'K J& on every ,..., J

:. breathe. I the medicineas
b 1 pot, since its opening;, has hardly gave ded by General Lawton Merchants hotel, on accountof sleep at the castle at the king's ape Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's P

"i 'I):.... i r'tt-J as the place to find directed every ten minutes until He assumed command: of the Its ex: .ellent service and cnisine, cia desire.I Swamp-Root, the great kidney,liver / ,

t'"b.: : ,nil purest brands of "threw up" and then I thought sure and bladder remedy, are being: distributed -

.. b" t"II:1J: in the city. You liquors will he was going to choke to death. We China Relief Expedition, which he has been and is sought by the highest Family Quarrel I Resulted Fatally. here from house free. Have t

rtl'-y.: |-lite had to pull the phlegm out of hU guided until May 20, 1901, when he ranking officers of the United Haz&Iton, Pa., Jan. 31.-AdanReichart you received one? eWe
attention and be made
I
m long
mouth strings. am
'IT"':"11:. positive that great if I had not got that proceeded to the Philippines. For States Army who chance to vIsit : : of tullet, aged wounds 60, died Inflicted. today late as a last result are the only furniture I

-- bottle of cough medicine, my boy in work he here. mention be madeof
this excellence army was Casual may
dealers in the who
'I. 'i. Pryor will sell furniture would not be on earth today.-JOEL night by his wife during a quarrel city car- ;

v" "j''r.' ti:.aa another you house inQoley's DEMOXT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale specially commended by the president recent entertainment of this pop His wife it under arrest ry a complEte line of china f

t: I ,'y. by all druggists and medicine deal- and secretary of war for the ular hostelry of Major-General -, cases and sideboards. We i
ers. Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m.;lOo 4 :
---- brilliant achievement in which the Brook, General Hancock, Paymaster doz. at Solomon's. sell them fur cash or on

Kidney Cure PORTLAND CEMENT at courage, fortitude and skill of the Stevens, General Chaflee and easy payments. Marstonfy It
2.60 per barrel. A V. CLUBBS, ;
cys and bladder right. Corner Bra and Garden Streets "American forces under his com- I other ltudgiu 5, the $esf for c, Ouina, I, '


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)& She Mystery of a Cracter Amendment to Agricultural


1\ .-.p. ; Appropriation: Sill.

: ..:.common soda crackers -

; EMBODIES STATEHOOD eILL. for Infants and Children.

the kind you buy in paper bags
Castorla is a Larnlless substitute for Castor OU, P.1.'e.
,. Senate Chaplain In His Invocation gorse Drops and Soothiu" Syrups. It is l-lrasant. It
get a good deal of handling Feelingly Referred: to Death of Senator contains neither Opium, 'iUorphille nor other Narcotic
Mitatauce. It destroys! Worms and allays FcverMim! .
no one knows how much McMillin of Michigan-House It cures Diarrluva aul Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth-

r. Passes 32 Bills.Washington log Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulate! the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural steep.Time .
L
or by whom Jan. .-In the senate Children's l-anacea-The Mother's Friend.

t -collect a good deal of dust today again feelingly the chaplain referred in his to invocation the deathof The Kind You Have Always Bough

Senator McMillan, of Mi hlgan.( of
'. no one knows what is in that dust\. "Sweet memories linger with us this i Bears the Signature

I morning," he said. "Words of hca-

t r\ surely nothing you would care to eat est and sincere promise and honor

...r.:)I"N have been uttered to one wLo, dying! ,
has left with us the undying exampleof
i..
I a noble life which will still echo in .
-with Uneeda Biscuit it's another story these halls." I

in Use For Over 30 Years.
Mr.
Quay favorably reported his
they come in a sealed package amendment 'hfr er"'ull C'OY..Vr. vv..u......"Un', ..rw"o... e......
., to the agricultural appropriation
bill: embodying the
statehood
the In-er-seal Package
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bill. Mr. Eeveridge immediately tail- -
I
ed attention to the rule requiring the
with red and white seal B. WIG T
reports of committees to lie over fora company
1 i t
. day and asked that the report in \ 11'w. ,

-the baker puts them in this case go over for a day k:\ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS is
I' t. TEe chair sustained Mr. Beveridge
t take them out and the leport went over. .:;.-
'. you ';fL LUMBER LATHS
M t., Similar action was taken on the ,

f no one else touches them same amendment to the sundry civil
bill.A Au.-WED CYPRESS SHINGLES-ilin.UriEI !SCI E !

hone bill was passed appropriating
the In-er-se&l means
3,850; for the improvement and -. PE ACOLA. FLA.

f i care of "Confederate Mound," in .
Oak -- ------ -- -
hands off-dust out-good
l Wood cemetery, Chicago. The senate
A
r.v Uneeda i&iscuii' then at 12:30, on motion of Mr. COAL AND W OD
it to
pays buy Cullom, went into executive session.IN .

r THE HOUSE. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
r NATIONAL..BISCUITCOMPANY1The When the house
9 reconvened this
THIS WINTER THAN EVER IEFCRE
f morning at 12:30 o'clock it was still

t : i the legislative day of Friday and SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

I the consideration of the claims bills
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.. favorably acted upon yesterday was Thompson Olsen & Co.
; -- proceed with. There was not a ,
4 quorum present and the
situation was
All American. EDGAR ALLAN POE. Improved Farming. at the mercy of Mr. Payne, the Repub. Manresa Street, Telef hone 147..
, A San Francisco newspaper says of The time was when the prosperityof Mean leader. He allowed the bills to --- -

the work of the All Americans: "They nu Dainty Handi, Tropical Conntenanee a farmer was judged by the number which he was not opposed to be ESTABLISHED 1863.
and Good Uigeitlon.Poc's
,.. are fast on bases and in the field and of acres he cultivated or made a pre- passed but every one to which he rats.ed
,; Lave that Indescribable polish which arms and hands were slender tense of cultivating. When this was objection was laid aside
upon his McKENZIE OERTING & CODIALIB8
comes only to men who are sure of and tapered very gracefully and gently true land was the cheapest sort of demands. Thirty-two of .,
down to the ends of his which the 43 bills
fingers, In these It is otherwise.
If themselves. Their practice was a revelation property. days were passed. It then was agreed by o IK- 0
' and was along worth the price 'H're'ery tender, gentlemanly and Many of our poorest farmers have more unanimous

I' of admission. The inner field did especially ladylike. In fact his hands were truly laud than they can properly handle, 13 should consent bo considered that the next remaining Tues- Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
remarkable for their
brilliant work before the game- roseate softnl'sstlnd and many of our best and most successful day. Then at 11 ;
o'clock the
house
., and In it too for that matter-and the lily white feminine delicacy. Itm farmers cultivate small farms adjourned until 12 o'clock 603 AND 005 8. PALAKOX STUEET.n .
guardians of the suburbs chased the
festive fly to its lair in a masterly his hands. compost*. A large farm well cultivatedand AGENOY-
wa '." I His face was rather oval tapering in well stocked is better than a small CONSTIPATION.Every REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'8 BON8 CO.'

; Its contour rather.suddenly to the chin, one treated the same way. Hut the resources civilized person uses snap GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU8HEL SON'S PUMPS.

Famon Trainer Byron Abroad. I I I I which was very classical, and, especially of soil industry and intelligence and water to wash off the accumulation tarn Ctrbgi Pilili, Oils, Xutlcil Intra mull, Gttris! Deters, tilts
Matt Ujrnes, trainer for the late .. when he smiled, really hand- are almost inexhaustible so that of dirt and filth from their body,
.. Pierre Lorillard and the late Marcus! Kome. His countenance was tropical in all a fifty acre farm requires Is a proper but how many fulfmrsof constipation COMPASSr, LOGS. BXU
think C. McKenzie Oertin for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aai0Clation.
I. Daly,has gone to Europe to take chargeof Us: aspect: precisely the reverse of his appliiiilion of these factors and suet about the accumulation-I ? Collecting Agent
.
of filth within their '
t. the btable of Eugene: von Iluross at heart, which like the fountains of Solomon 03 is assured.-1'arm and Uanch. bxly. which[
hundred
a times more detrimentalto
Budapest. Hjrnes has a contract for Lad long bien kept sealed up as health
good than the dirt
ou the
(, two years at $10.tH: ) H year, with a percentage something sacred from the vulgar gaze Winter Wheat Rod Hj-e. ouUide. The waste 'matter of food THE GARDEN SECTIONo
< on winning hon-cs. of the world his face whenever he The statistician of the department of passes Into the boweN, which are
Byrnes took with him American wrote long at any one time putting on agriculture; estimates! the lllwly seeded the natural sewers of the human OFoPensacola:

,_ jockey I'. Uowuian, and Charles Mil- a sickly, Fallow and rather pallid hue, area of winter wheat at about 31.000- ytern. If here this waste is allowed
burn, an apprentice; also his old stable but never to such an extent as to indicate 000 I acres, an increase of :;.1 per cent to accumulate the warmth of Florida.
a foreman Frank Kirwin.The indisposition. His digestion was upon the area estimated to have been the body soon Bets up fermentation !
! always good which is prima facie evidence sown in the fall of 1101. The condition and decomposition, gashes are form
ed which are carried into the blood Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I
Michigan Track 1.001. that he was never a student of winter wheat on Dec. 1 was 99.7 as
and circulated through the whole
The of track with SU.7 in l1Ml 97.1 in 1900
University Michigan I His dress was always remarkably compared ystem, and disetue is the inevitable
: team is already hard at work in a determined neat for one iu his circumstances. But and a nine 1 ear average of 01.4. re-u It. Beautiful Lots for Sale.

effort to again win the western I do not believe that it would have The newly wedi-d area of winter rye The bust remedy for constipation

Intercollegiate track and field done fc' him to have: had money. lie Is estimated at 1.I.311l'r cent of the area i H HKPATICURA, because it moves 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord-
i cbamplon[ >hips.[ Nearly nil of last eves ruined in his \outli. His college sown in the fall of 1901. The conditionof thH bowels ea-ily and naturally
' years championship team are again in life in Virginia was the cause of all winter rye on Dec. 1 was W.I:: as without irritation: griping or sick ing to location and surroundings.

i the university, so that the chances of Illis after inebriation. That was the compared with t+:UJ on Dec. 1, 1901 ening.[ It give strength and tont-
the Wolverenes are very bright. A victory infernal whirlpool into which vas driven 99.1 on Dec. I, WUO. and 95.7.; the mean '0 the liver and eventually: cures Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

1' this year will give the Spalding I the L'autifullUilk white hip of his of the averages for the last nine years. sold by all drurgUu High, Dry Fertile Lands.

cup to Michigan as her permauent pos Mill, never to lIe reclaimed.' Is it not I
session. one of the most remarkable things in Start In Life on the Farm. The grandest opportunity for investment ever

1 the world that any man of his abilities The young: man who is! thinking of '
Gardner and O'llrlen. leaving the farm for the city may AUNGH cffered in Pensacola.
J. Should have IKI-II so amenable to the {l
George Gardner has posted a forfeit learn when it is too late that while he
dictations of others?-I'oe-Clmprs faders .
3 of $:00 for a match with Jack OT.rien. may earn more in the city he cannot Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
in Century. .. I
.roir.
<.1
Gardner says he is willing to meet the save as much a* he could on the farm.

Philadelphia in a six or a twenty lIe'ltehort.; In St)I;. If his object Is to secure a competence & Clubby
round trout either in Philadelphia or Secretary haw is the only memberof he in nine cases out of ten will : CHARTER

Fort Erie Canada. the cabinet who makes his report di. do it the sooner on a farm. There are
in the Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
rectto The more chances to spend money
congress. president presents -
Where Flint Come From. those of the other cabinet minis city than in the country, while the cost The Elegantly Equipped

You never would think of it, would ters with his annual message. heretofore of living is higher.-Twentieth Cen- Naptha Launch CUPID Y. o. BKKNT: WM.HKNOWLKB.: W, K, HYKR, J Ro. J. H, KKEHC,
f you? But I'm told that Hint is nothing; secretaries of the treasury have tury Farmer.A President. Vlce-President Cae bier. An'l Cssbier!

more or less than sponge; turned to made no special attempt to send their I with Parlor Car Fittings,

i Clone. Once the swige grew on the reports to the ('apitolill style, but Mr. Hungry PIsc' Squenl. for
a trip on the
bay
or
The pig's voice was given him for thepurpo' fora
. bottom of the other First National Bank
I'ca. as sponges Shaw did so with vengeance.('. The report -
him to make
of
a enabling
" grow now, but that was a:,es and ages was inclosed in a suitably inscribed C7uble.I .
' known hiS! wants-o far just like that
: and since then the turnedI81nt
ego sponge cover of pebbled! and
: morocco of a politician. Jut.the voice of the Accommodations for 40
has laid covered by rocks and the inscription was in gold. The official I
earth of kinds liI..l thick above pig never misleads lie always tells I passengers- I OF PENSACOLA. TLA.23in.UOTOH.Mi .
Ir' many ) copies of rresJclfi. nOIl.- '\'elt's message the truth and sometimes shames tile
It Seen with a microxtipe Hint shows The Rates reasonable.
1 were not so pretentious. presidentwas man who docs not heed his complaintA very j
t the make of in its tibers.
sponge contfiit to inclose the
I; __ his message between pages containing two pig should always squeal for food at Landing-Pine street. WM. H. KNOWLE3. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT.. K. HVKB JI
time.
feeding
(ra! A nf'lIt'rnmf': sheets of I stiff paper., CAPT. STEARNS, D. 0. BRENT,
::1 VTncn three-year-olJ Lawrence came home .
Fertlllrer For Frnlt Tree
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f t i And from described the too it to all who would hear. STATE OF 0 HIO.CITY TOLEDO, { S'., In recent German experiments with ,Master.itsYEC.e I II Ij ForiM! d iU b A A ni lil
" lIt. undo, to tease him leaned fornarj LUCAS COCSTV. j fertilizers fruit trees dressed with slag, i I & n g iWe 1 kpl
1 ant asked FRANK J. CHENEY makes oatl:t I kainit and nitrate of soda showed an j
i "Can you say 'zoological,* dear?" that he is t.ie senior partner of the I increase of apples worth ?7.50, with a I

:R Poor Lnxvr.nce was silent and squirmed firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., Join? cost of $1 for fertilizers. i draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain, Jrel&r

i i While In his his chair little! face flushed and grew business in the City of Toledo e The Ural Truth. 'ICH l Vitik k kt"I Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Beldam Russia, K"t
. Sweden Denmark and other European countries.
, dark; county and state aforesaid, and thai Didn't she marry a 'has been?* I! way,

''.. 'Then said raising his eyes, he courageously aid firm will pay the sum of ONE "No. She thought he was a 'will be: YE Vessels Disbursed upon the Moat Favorable Terms, and thi'J:

, "Uncle Dick), I call It 'Noah's ark!". HUNDRED DOLLARS for fact I but he turned out an 'Isn't.' ":Life. I Obligations Taken Payable at Fort of Hesitation Ten or Fifteen Da,1

; Caroline M. Fuller: in youth i Companion. and every case of Catarrh that can OPERA HOUSE IN PENSACOLA after Vessel Arrives there. .
I, not be cured by the use of HALL' The Easy fill. | I
. ,'. --- - -- CATARRH CURE. AT KAULYK CANDIK LIGHT, J08"Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connectionwith
I OeAVitr. Witch HaiM 8alve. FRANK CHENEY. DeWitt1 Little Early"the Risers dc: I which we hsve Prira >partment for the Ufl
not gripe nor weaken system,
The only positive cure for blind, Sworn to before me and subcribec They cure biliousness, jaundice,I iTuesday Nighte, Febrnary 3d. of Rent rl.
I bleeding and itching and protrud- in my presence, this 6th day of De- constipation and inactive liver, bv
>, lag pile, cuts, burns! bruises eczema ceinber, A. D. 1886. arousing the secretions moving the I
and all: abrasions of the km. S i boweliljl@ntIy. yet eventually and r FUN FUN FUN FUN !It DR. KING'STRY PROFESSIONAL CABDS.
1- DeWitt'a is the only Witch Hazel A. OLEASON, I giving such tone and strength to the -
Salve that is made from the pure, l.-- ) Notary PublicHall's .. glands of the stomach, liver and t Come Earlye and See the "Boys and NEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C. ROWE, M. D.
unadulterated witch hazel-all other Catarrh Cure is taken internally bowel that the cause of the troubleis I Girl on Big Road to Skule.
, are counterfeits DeWitt's Witch and acts directly on th< removed entirely. These famous I THAT COLD. Office: 17K 8. FAlftfox.Hoari .

Hazel Halve is made to cnre-counterfeits blood and mucous surfaces of th< little pills exert a decided tonic ef. Mr. Fred Marsh, Skulemaster. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. from 9 I to 8:30: a. m.and 1 to f p. II
are made to sell. Harris: ystem. Send for testimonials, freeF. feet upon the organs! involved, and I
4 Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 if their use is continued for a fen r COMMITTEEMEN: Cures ConsumptionCoughs i and after 7 o'clock

:. Ribo.t -- days there will be no return of thE, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Phone: CO.
CARPENTRY AND trouble. Harris! Pharro" *->hr; MAYOR JONES, Chairman;

!. L W. PEAKE Sheppard. Sidney Kahn. HON. MR. PARKHILL, PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-

ELECTRICAL, WORt K JCUDE BLOUNT and risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,
t No. 30 South Palafox street
keeps I
Jfudgin's, file Best Jl'nHE AVERY.. Sore Throat, Croup and ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.
f call bells, wires and all kinds of Ring up Pearl & Dove, phone 660
; electrical supplies. Hare him do if you have any carpenter or electrical MUSIC KY TUB Whoopbs Cough.NO Offieea 309 Tbiesen Balldin

f jour work. Call phone 203.Foley's work you want well done. PA1NAIR CURE. NO PAY. Office Hoars-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. m-
ENTIRE BARRANCAS ORCHESTRA. :
C.3kr't'ORIA.i1e11i :: Bfi : Prick 50c. and St. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE

"" Hon th, lh had lit Han Alva".3o$! Fails buurtSorer to trial n .j Tickets! on Hail! at CoeV, 75, Ifi and 1 will repair your waictie. vita 11 Practice 2:30 Jn an p. m..rate to and 6:30 federal p. m. coorH-

y and Tar 9Jpatue 1I.s-# Curt.Hair to in d....Yout..1 2>(:. Reserved! Setes! ;5c. Box hates jewelry in first-class style. J. 1 All busln"" entrusted to me will neelu
'f,- cures colds prevents pneumonia rI 11..00 ap 'I.e'aI on Sail too. Stephens. I prompt and diligent attention.

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NEWSl PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. FEBRUARY- .03.


: ;

"HARDENING" OF CHILDREN Women as Well as Men PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION -

BEST FOR THEBOWELS

Aid Some of the 111 Reralta Tkat Are Made Miserable by John Halsendorf For Customs Collect.
Are Apt to Follow.
or at Ste Marys Ga. h1
-
Decker is outspoken In his objections Kidney Trouble. ;
Washington, Jan. 31.-The presi- }
to the methods .
pursued in the BO caned"bnrdenhng"
'
dent today sent the following nomina- i,;
.... 'ilir. bath movement of the of children by the means
bSytn' a 111 or yfll be. Keep joiUw' trouble tions to the senate: .d
If yl daY ,uu're Kidney preys upon the mind disCourages -
Ioo"'s'n "".-II. Joiw.tn the .hap of .i. flf cold douches or baths. As a rule
., :.kfl.Ib',ii.ii, I olwn I* {AnR<""'''<. Tb..mootfrti and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor Assistant:; treasurers of the United
chI Iron
thus treated
.. t I % .'rh"11 .t tuning uw bowen are more susceptible -
.
and cheerfulness States
soon -William S. Leib -
at Philadelphia -
C I..." S3W Ia.o to nasal catarrhs throat '" IS..I : m
affections
..'..a/l.< CANDY ,.n disappear when the kid- ; Goorge A. Marden, Bosten. 44 4 \.,
bronchitis and
pulmonary Inflammations -
neys are out of order
Collector
THARTIO of Customs-John llol-
CA M. ,
than those who have not been or diseased.

subjected to the "hardening" process. -- .'. Kidney trouble has Ga.sendorf, for the district of SL Marys. .J.- ?
g
Furthermore, such measures frequentlygive : become so prevalent
that It is Consul-William II. of Connecticut
rIse to pronounced nn mla and not uncommon Bishop .
.: for a child to be born at Genoa, Italy. '
various disorders of the nervous system. C?afflicted with weak kid- Navy-Ransom
\ E. Riggs, South Carolina -
Children "hardened"
so are especially sineys.* If the child urinates to be assistant A Well-made Cake and
surgeon; commander a Happy Maid
prone to acute and chronic Intestinal too often if the C.
C. Cornwall to be
disorders urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child cap-

EAT3EMLIECANDYp While In healthy children a properly reaches an age when it should be able to tain.Pay Results of ;

iuM Iotent.TaiteGoo4t.... fioGoodf conducted "harl1enlnlrocl''s is often : control the passage, it is yet afflicted with Inspectors R Calhoun and
,
V.rukro. .C Grl' 10,it and W c nU
5*: lur tree 'i.u'1e. aud booklet 'onft I of advantage It must be rememberedthat i bed-wetting. depend upon it. the cause of John M. Steel. to be pay directors. ]
Pet BrandEvaporated
*3 the difficulty is and the first Midshipmen to be
*' ;: uiiiM rnmw. CHICAGO nw YUUK.fp there are no hard and fast: rules, kidney trouble assitant naval
step should be towards the treatment of constructors, J. A. Purrer, William B.
BLOOD CLEAN anti that every case must be treated according -
[ P YOUR to the individual indications. these important organs. This unpleasant Fogarty, M. Henry and L. B. McBride.BY Ij
trouble is due to a diseased condition of the .

The fundamental principles of a proper"hardening" kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Cream
system are as follows: (1) most people suppose. WIRE AND CABLE.

'u r.ar Too. Gradual acclimation to tile air of the Women as well as men are made mis-

tour wife it is a wild ,sup. room; (2)::! gradual gei-limiition to outdoor erable with kidney and bladder trouble. Monsignor Deneckere, secretary of "
but let us just imr and both r.etd the same St. Peters, Rome fell ,"
curse air; (3): ) gradual acclimation to cold great remedy. down the stairs
oliCV-SCt ullIJ'r own judg- The mild and the immediate effect of ;i of his residence today A rich cream for all cooking purposes and appetizing for table! use. if.
wa er (4)) suitable clothing-varied according fracturing his
iu vital matt ; Swamp'Root is soon realized. It is sold skull It adds a delicious! flavor to your coffee. If yoj are net using Pet :
-t yours b< uie : and died Instantly.
to the weather and time of ., I i
of the difficulty. by druggists, in fifty- Brand you are not using the best. It is most scientifically prepared. !
out
way year. Great care should he ()observed cent and one dollar 11." "::: ,::: A Manila dispatch says that the sultan retaining all the butter fat and the richest parts of purest cow's milk. F'

;acclimating;: the child to cold water and sizes. You may have a' ',!it :::. ': of 'Iaclu is dead of cholera He Every can is alike which is conclusive proof of the great care taken in ..1

:. )uU know that my jude ?- the effects of the same shoul.l be carefully sample bottle by mail ." I resisted the entry of the American preparation. Tell your dealer to give you the brand which bears our cap .

(criticism! : for I bad tho watt-lied the endeavors being at I free. also pamphlet tell- Home of Swawp-RooL 'I troops nlo Laneo and was defeated at labeL 'Tis the cap of merit-the sign of honest goods and guarantees

,:n to select you from once susju-nded on the first appearanceof ing all about it. includng: many of the Ia<:iu. absolute purity. Nine-tenths of the people have dis-

:\, but you, on the other thousands of testimonial letters received I covered that our Cream is the best in quality because we

pl.ice absolute: reliance any unfavorable symptoms. from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Khmer I A telegram received at Washington produce ninety per cent of all Evaporated Cream; pro- ,

iaeLt If. after actri.Unsi.iir fin no account! should any of the & Co.. Binghamton, U. Y., be sure and 1 today announced the death of Representative duced in the world. Have you found it out yet? Try

"hardening"; iiu-aMires lie cwnmenctiluntil mention this paper. John X. W. Rumple of the and be convinced.
ilf watering to
as
.\ :; ;
the nun-ing pl'rimll" passed and Second Iowa district a
at St.
i' in my ability: to direct I).>n't make any mistake' but remember I Luke's hospital HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO. Highland El.a' raNOIICR.
,
lu'nil casts the process should, be one Chicago this morning.
the name, Swamp Io')t. e
of gradual filh'al1Cl'l1lent.ew York Dr. Kilmer's Pw.unp Root, and the .Anthony J. Antelo
I 1!:ly see that a wife In a leading finan- -

,; protest against such a Medical llewd.Hand. address, Ilicghamton, 2 Y., on citr of Philadelphia and a man of ,
bottle.HINTS -- ---- ---- -
-:rUlu of domestic leadA every great wraith, died of pneumonia last ="

) I'ianu Sent. night; aged 88 He was a director of STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I
This is an Improvement' on the round ,
FOR FARMERSCorporate the Reading company and of the Philadelphia I have been authorized to take
music stool and is contrived from an THOS.
CONDOS
Captain, !
tlrttrr Cat. and Reading Iron company. subscriptions for Wm. Jennings

\ 4 lady LooLkct'{>er has been In old packing case fitted with two I'nrmluR The supply of provisions having failed Bryan's paper, "The Commoner.The will make regular trips between .;

fur time of giving the shelves for music. Two sides are '' price is $1.00 per in ad- Pensacola Point Washington and
it borne "Corporate fanuins is comins. P y at liens, n(\:J' Tarragona, Spain, a year ;.
Its lunch knocked out and the whole wood must: vance. Those desiring the Leave street
it a piece of meat fur this we menu the ownership and management general slrfe is in paper Freeport. Baylen
Precaution Is taken to layu be well sandpapered or enameled. progress the can have it sent to them by sending wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive -
l"Jay. of farms An
by corjjorations.
\ under the meat to I A quaint seat: would be one stained a strikers having looted a number of 11.00 to the undersigned.! at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. W
of of 'what be done in this
instance
Ilkee paper dark oak with a thckly padded flat can shops, most of which areno\\ closed. H. M. ROCHE, Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. :
d j.Ti'asiijg: the floor. The other flay line is afforded by the interesting article -
a brown cushion fixed on the top Many arrests have been made. Care Daily News. and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same
lunch hour when there was no meat, serge: about the Funk farm noted in a rx>
tt -------- Fare round
and kept in Its place with bands ofI : Hon. Justin R. Whitten former -- --- day. trip$5; one way,
In Uer most In- member '
l>us
tt-Uwnt! fat-hion and at last going to \\' expect to see such instances multi i of congress and prominent in state CHOICESTOF

the wastebasket dragged forth her j.lil'llin the future. It will frequently Democratic politics, died at hU homeat

and laid Itrvptrly St. CHair, Mich., today after an illness GOLAY
rijuar! paper tablecloth be found advisable for several adjoining = = ,

fur the meat I. farmers to their Interests of over a week. He was chairman

; ; 'i ; into a ,fcingle company merge, incorporated under of the Democratic state committee f FRUIT3 AND COIFECTIONER f 1 Grist and Corn Jfleal Wills
,
Ills Lone Walt."Grandpa the coiporation laws of the state: at tie time of his d. ith.

how old are you?" The management of such farm companies The condition of former Se'rt tar) -AT- fl. f. GOflZflLEZ 4 CO., Prop,

"1 mi eighty-seven years old. my lit- 1i I will of course be divided amen;* Long remained unchanged this morn .

ar." the principal owners in such way that ing. The following bulletin was is C. APOSTLE'S, Mannfaotcren

uiiil nbilitios vt each h:1111Jl' CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GKOCHD
t.-iK-nts (
i en OU were born eighty years the -
;) sued
at 11:15: "Mr. Long passed a
o I was?" I utilized! to tlie best advantage. There comfortable night taking a moderate 14 East Gimmt st., STOCK FEED.

-. my little girl." = is a chance Lore fur the co-operative quantity of nourishment: His condition Pttronlie Home Industry, for there II
Cordova Restaurant,
Formerly
(
'' it a long: time you had alone idea to be worked out to the piolit of every reason you should bay your Meal and
this morning shows no noticeable H'.ock Feed from the Home Manufacturer ,
fur nit!"-Current Literature. allcoUl'l'rlll'utlln many cases also change" One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 t jr by BO doing you encourage borne iodai-
MfbIC CASE AMI PIANO SCAT. this Idea can be utilized without interfering to $2.00 per dozen. Ii try. Your money Is left la the community I,

lH--iiciiuilile Kxplanatiuu. natural colored leather. Curtains of at all with the independence t.f Governor Taft has pardoned Isabel ----- -- ID adyouln fostering turn the tome are Indirectly manufacturer benefited.you :i't

I 1--Y"u charged me $14 for clifhtuut brimn ['lungee silk hide the t-nch farm f"I11:1This: topic is one of de Los Hews, the Filipino labor leader contribute to the cause of labor. You owe "

sides and can be easily drawn aside convicted; under the Spanish law: It to the community In wblob you live inS "
: :'i? 1 think that's pretty bis Interest, and we would like to see wbloh onntrlbutet to roar lopport. .Ji
when music Is wanted. Those combined its pros and cons tli etlsSl' Our friends forbidding combinations to enhancethe The Beer

: \\ I f! i- lull as I made it out music casts and piano seats are \\lio know ot instances of this kind, price of labor, and conspiracy; and -

: ', : .i\::, but that is such to bo rei-omnifiided for use in flats whether successful or unsuccessful: are threats of violence. The governor ThatVICTORIA Made };,.

.. 1.,. r 1 thought: you'd where sp.u-c is limited and they pos- reijuisted to write us about the same. took the ground that the law Is un-- Q.t

I .. .. C.; .lir -ui'ie. ChicagohIndiu VPSS the merit of bting inexpensive and Certainly there are important advantages American. "..

II. easily made by the amateur carpenter. to IK- guiiuil by consolidation of Asheville, X. C., special says that DINEII I r AM U HARPERWHISKY ,
--- certain hut general
Slrrpin;; and MllliiK n..om.I farms In cases, no copper has boon discovered on thE
the .
.
be to proposition.Ami
Mnntulil Irnrs.M.i'iirUh. rules can iipjilit
i one has to use :a room for both : upper waters of Rig Ivy creek and big

juu crutl'UijI! You are sll'<'pin ig and Fitting in, it is a good planto I 'ricau \ r l'u1turi\t. mining enterprises to develop it aw -1:3-

:1I.I"-!: I ,\ulirlirotl! ercTi.AUtiiiiiin lit up one corner with shelves not projected. Representatives; of mining l.I

uiuuuiiy; I'm not. I'm more than four feet from the Hoor Planting Fruit Troeii. capitalists hataken options on large !

''i.lj hli.irlii;' i.i.v 1\IIIIII'l'r oil with him, where' the bath and nIl otlur washing One serious nils-take in planting fruit quantIties! of land belonging: to Big Ivy

ui>t j"ju said H.IS SD uieo.-\Vathington appliances can be kept. This corner trees here' space i is limited, as ou city pt'Oplt' MADE BY ACME BREWING CO ',' ,

and suburban residence lots, Is putting; .f'I
St.ir ,
should lie cut off from the rest of therxn.m
The frfight steamer Gulf Stream, BKST 10-CKXT BOTTLE HElm '
out too many trees on too few square I

ii'iie: ) of the j'tMijiIe who think they by a 1iiiidiiiiie en'tonne or tapes- roils, says an exchange. Of standard which went aground yesterday neat IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. I ii
which should be supcndtd -
try curtain N" J.. is a total loss. Sue
I I. :.i t-i xiiuiiuiid do not discover trees, one to the F juare rod is enough
| by a rod bidden by a plcco of cornice BROS I A
: .s.Uke; until they get married.TIII .- and far better than two on the saniiisi has broken in two and Is full of water r'I %_
molding having the corner of L
::1'1 ; aco. In many plaits' we see punch Captain Swain and some of the crew I II AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED 1
cutoff will add to rather
the room thus and plum trees planted only ten or I who retrained<< about the \'eSfrl.In the I
than detract from its for pear .
: HIM: l.liTlVEI' I appearance twelve feet apart. These nc\cr give nope that sne mignt oe eami, were I I. f Harper tetey. ,
the convenience of this little private
satisfaction, and additional fertilizerswill landed by a life! savers' crews last
;'h't ten ::-'I.J for you if your nook will be a very; great comfort to its t. j

Iw.-Uari l .lujiri-li. Tilt BEST LAX- i owner who will probably put up an- rot remedyllie error. A little space night.

A j i I' a medicine that moves the than the may bo sau-d by \planting within a few Tht I'erlia chamber of commerce Main House 4018. Palafox street.
othir shelf a few feet higher;
:
b.\\ {i- j-ily and naturally, with- I first to keep her Units and shoes upon. feet of a cross fence, but near a botmlnry formed here Thursday has amongits R.R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. Physiciansprescribeitfor ,

11 Inlt! I'.itn? gripius or Mckeninj; I or outside fence pillage will overcome objects the eetablishment 01 "
their most delicate
,'t. A medicine that strengthens any rtd\untase in .pace. It is letter courts of arbitration for adjusting dif. O. Box 2S1. Pensacola: Fla. +
'. Til Clean Silk or Wool.
bowels and
uf the touM
half dozen good trees withlrIi'r Phones 116-2C8. patients.OLD I
to haw a Terences between German and American .
will rllr silk fine wool goods, such as
>Ii,> t<> a point where they or
:, .. t-e: work as nature intended, cashmeres ilaiinels etc., gasoline is a distance than to have seven or firms and the supplying to boardsof - and PURE. !1:
is
1\ .u any a" Ntance.a much better cleansing agent than wa- m.>re trees on the same space. It trade and individuals in both countries I

'I. medicine i is HEPATIUU- ter. I'or n dress waist: about one ,gallon generally; letter to give up the ground of a rate information of businessand TA 0. & GJ I For Bale byDannheisser

\ 1' i mbrace* all the above good (.f gasoline will !*, required. Take onehalt occupied to the trees and not attemptto tariff subjects. It is intendedto :. ran; Bros.tWWiWiW K
for .
I It.; '* be-Je| best
,. of this ai.fl place in a clean pan or have the i
j- '.'ithT bitter nor sickening the result of this double cropping is in Ii
and
In and German chamber of commerce
the '
hIJowl. l'ut garment
\\ ,;Sold by all druggists. wl ferioregetiibles and injury to the frut;
wash with the hands, rubbing good the government. A number of German INSURANCE

white soap on the soiled spots same as trees. business and financial leaders

PEARL & DOL1VE. with \\atir. Squeeze and rub until the The Tomato rock of 190::. will be invited to become membersof AM {

dirt is loosened then squeeze dry and The American Grocer estimates the the American chamber.A REAL ESTATE i


; l.:1. uiHNIGKTS: d)U Ale them lniz at streets the corner for carpen-of Gar- dry rinse or in tartly the remaining so and hang fluid.in the Squeeze open pack Ilw2 of at tomatoes 0,2S'JS1cats iu the United of two Statesin dozen Weak Stomach No. South Palafox Street. :f;;

'.ii electrical workorphone 6GO. ah until the odor has evaporated. tins each against tbe short pack in 1'JOl causes a weak body and invites dis NICK'SRtTAR&NT I [

er use this in any room whore there is of 4.11S.221 cas(>s. The pack in Canada ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures

a light or fire, as the gasoline Is very in 1902! was tM'J.UK) cases against "50miO ,- and strengthens the stomach, and Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor

Inflammable. Goods cleansed In this :I cases in 1'JUl, making the total wards oil and overcomes disease. J. Rent in Various Partsof .
LODGE DIRECTORY B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of
'iay require no ironing. pack: of the United States and Cana.da the City:
"I could
Chriesuian, Tex.,says: not ,:
y,4MS12 cases in l'J02 against 4.51S'1: eat because of a weak ftomach. I 135.00-2'J-slory house containing 12 rooms, :

: PYTHIAS. %cw Shier.icew cases a year 00.Iwot one-half of lost all strength and run down in ml modern and conveniences bblb on
lower floors
upper corner lot
silver frequently Is lacquered.In the ('ntlrepa'k of the United States in weight. All that money could do nice yard and nhrubherr, stable nut-

l>n acoU Lodge, ?iO. 3. K. of P. other words the surface has been 11)02) was the product of Maryland, that was done, but all hope of recovery bouses., etc, No. ill Last LaUua

mp n every Mondiy evenIng varnished with a solution of gun cotton state being credited with a total of vanished. Hearing of some wonderful $ bireet.j5OJ3story boarding house, containing -

at7.tO at CaitU .Hall and ether. This is done by manufacturers 4,514,3si cases. Indiana was second cures effected by use of Kodol, I 3 i room, known as tbe 1'once de
J. In the Bloaot Watson concluded to try it. The first bottle Leon house. No. llu Eau Intenden-
the silverware being Delaware
-
\ BulMing. third floor. to present with an output of It'JU.OSiJ cases; cia &trt'Pt.
the surface in beneflttf me, and after taking; four : ):.i)0 A desirable modern DAILY MENUS
Visiting brethren cordially tarnished, also to keep third with a product of 73J.C70 t S-story dwelling
... r' welcomed bottles I am fully restored to my 7 rooms,molt dekirable section ot tbe
.. a J. A. LYLE good condition. The varnish sometimes cases, and New Jersey and California usual strength,weightb and health." citron a corner on tbe street car Comprise all the Up-to-

's4.- HORSLEB O.C. peels off, leaving the exposed! surfaceto fourth and fifth, with a pack respectlvely Hargis Pharmacy John sheppard, line,No.621:! North Barcelona street.
,
K. K.4H.se $1(0.00: -Large :2-story dwelling. 1'') rooms, Date Dishes the Markets {j
tarnish. In this case there is nothingto of 7oMJ,!>15 and 737,490 cases. Kidney Kahn. rooting JlleSquare: No.!)" East

do but to place the silver in boiling Upward of SO per cent of the entire CASTOn.ZA. Government street. of the World
)Comfortable new i-story modern
.. 1IIIII'In. I.ud ; Xo. 13 water for two or three minutes after pack of the United States was the to: Kind Voa Haw Always Biigrt dwelling.i rooms very desirable section Afford.
Tuesday evening at "flrt at which the lacquer can IK easily re- product of these five states. I Bean the of tbe city situated on North
'',)rn, r I'tilafox:: and GardenIULU I t1lnl J/ # iiaylen between Strong: and ticSoto
_
if de --
,* KnU&t
', ALBEKTjOUSSOX, sired. Blue Island, 111., Jan. 14, 1901. J! ._ dwelling In good order with t
: \' >v; C. C. H rooms three doors Irom the belt Ladies' Private

"U.S. Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used line has gas and water throughout,
Doitr Books. Cleaning ladies skirts and waists No.ltSortb Barcelona street.

To free books from an accumulation your Cream Balm in my family for Is one of or.r specialties. Star Laundry ,:!O.OO-I. tory dwelling 7 rooms, city water, Dining Parlor.-:
I. O. O. F. bath, gas, with large corner lot No.
of dust first brush: them carefully. nine years and it has become my tie West Wright street.

Then, holding with the backs upper- family doctor for colds in the bead.I 'J5.. -1-story dwelllng.il rooms, newly papered -
and painted throughout on
l'I'h..a.la
liKIe 4
No.
most, rap them gently upon .Arable orother ue it freely on my children. It is You want good piano tuner to belt line. No. sv East Gregory ttreet.
\ rv ThurstJav evening at 7W: at will a $15.00 1-story dwelling.clty watflr anti bath, Regular Dinner
uust
that the Daily.Short
solid surface so .
1\1': W. Godsend to children.
tit Intendencla street.rrthrea a stay in Pensacola, still you hold 7 rooms halt Mock ol ground with
cordially invited. drop out from between the leaves. Repeat beautiful thadd trees, No. 7w East ,
JlE.Loso.N.G.: Yours respectfully, back your order. Send it in. I have Cervantes street. I I1t2.
n, \\ ... this operation. holding the book on
.
MI .retary.AMERICAN J. KUI ALL. and have -1-atory d.-elllngo 415 East Gregory -i
end. Then carefully wipe again and return bad 20 years' experience street,5 rooms, newly papered and Orders Promptly

to the shelf. This is the way a Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered worked in several piano factories. painted. Filled. Night or Day.
So.614 East Belmont 5roomcottage
111.0J street
GUILD. catarrh and tried dif
librarian does it.'t'OOd..D. greatly with Orders left at Johnson's book store city water newly painted,
ferent remedies without effect. After In perfect order.
.
will be attended to.CHAS.
I'riuai-ola Chapter No. O07. 110.50-No.North Alcanlz strhet. a new
Tob. usin? one bottle of your Cream W. PRESSLEY. bouse in good order with 6 rooms. If It'i Something Good to Eat
\1\-r.R, LlSDIS'TBrTH, have to Balm I found relief and I cannot 110.00-No. M East; belmont street, city you wtlhlou U find U at
:Ol'Crl'lary, bovernor. When wooden tubs or palls water a neat 6 room cottage newly
stand for some time instead of filling praise too highly such a remedy. CA.B '1"O I.A.. painted and renovated. throughout.t Nick
Miss CORA WILLARD, 8.00-:010,910 Ease LaUua street, a neatly ApostI'sPopular
K:, OF L. them 'WIth water, which Is sure to become Albany, N. Y. _... Iha Krad You HafflWwajsBMjJBANNER papered i-room cottage In good condition

stagnant try painting them over large lot. city water.A .
:1Irt
: large list ot smaller dwellings. as well RestaurantTHE'DAILY
Ju"al with glJ cerill. The wood will not as a numberof stores and offices t u ft KE.M.
.eiuibly No. 1505.: CA.&TOKA..
shrink until the dries on, and
glycerin
M!' .rst Monday' each month. that will not happen for mouths. ........ llIKhiYOllI33YO # SALVE THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
\ '. w. r. ii.TiiARp. Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance mmm
> R MiCoxxKti. M. W. m Agents,1 South alatox htreet..v .
the r lost healing sthw th4 worUfc
secretary. Only lOc per week for the NEWS .

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... '.!: nLr.p .. WILL DISCHARGE REAL ESTATE The children cross? .No.It's Strongest in the World.


S your liver that's cross.

; LARGE GUNS TRANSFERS Take away liver uglinesswith The Equitable
.*.tnd t the Poet Office *t Penucola,
.jlaa HOOn4-1""Uer. a good liver pill-


.,,. .. ;J/riC: :-Pltt', Building, E14 South Life Assurance
ff.&aIu'Cree.. np-tUlri. 'ARIOU3 transfers SocietyOf
TARGET PRACTICE BEGINS AT
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.4 flVfJJY of Escamblacounty ADeleDI-wgal Statnte. the United
THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. State.
BARRANCAS THIS WEEK.The realty were recorded : The provision of the Virginia code ex-

Terms: Invariably in Advance. _'"awu ,' ; during- the weekending N empting from service on the grand Jury HENRY B. HYDE, Founder
.
", WS OTES.. the owner'or occupier of a grist mill.
the TMr bJ Mau... -____i6 mata .... ? 'i SAturday, ;, -
Notes is an interesting exam
Moulin0m : IIU largest guns at the Pensacola (J says Law ,
,. week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 !: <4,.. Jan. 31, 1903, allot ple of a law which has been allowed to Preliminary Statement, Jan. 1, 1903.
harbor entrance will be beard some :-1'..: ; 4'which are reported remain on the statute Look long after

/Unrliu'ng Bates Furnished on Application time this week, possibly beginning ""'l' : for THE XEWS by Its usefulness and the condition that Outstanding Assurance, Jl.SUO.Oio.Cy)
Roeeufield of Atlanta is at
M.
Wednesday forenoon. Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate A. called it into being have ceased to exist. Income .. .... .... .... ... 6. .orl.ooo)
TELEPHONE NO. 118.ftlBAOOLA the Merchants for today.
: Wben the statute was passed serious
They will be fired in accordancewith agents New Assurance...... .
275,0000
C. A. Wilson and wife to John T. Lewis Morrison arrived in his private inconvenience to the citizens of the sur- })

the army regulations requiring Wil: on-SE K of ne 74 sec 11, tp. 4 n, car yesterday. He will play rounding country might Lave arisen asa Assets..... .. ..... .... ... 3GO, 0,0.0/
(UNION fJEl) house result of summoning: a mill owner
annual target practice.On r 34 w-140. the Devil at the opera t'-.is Assurance Fund
and
from his work. but the mill owner is
I J. J. Hooton and wife to Mrs An evening.
the beach at Barrancas at
present no longer so important a member of the all other liabilities... 2So.XOQu( }
drew Geiger-Lot 16 in bluck 147,
are more than a dozen targets, community.
rIB 2, 1903'' New City-$50. The East End Democratic Club Surplus... ...... ... ... 73.UO.-0)
which will be towed into the gulf and husband will hold its regular meeting tomorrow -
AmandaB.Thompson: I
I'arroti. The
Increase
I largest ever made In
TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOL- and the skill of the gunners tested. to David Perry-Lota 16 and 17 in night at 7:30. A full attend- A dealer in birds In sober and serious I In the history of the Society.: any jelf

is of the block 19 West tract |2oO ance is desired. Manhattan advertises that be has in
LABS seems to be a pretty stiff priceto This oce most important King JAMES \V. ALEXANDER

pay for one Metropolis cartoon, events of the army's artillery branch, Andrew Cobb .to D. H. Wil-on- Ten thousand cocoanuts, 1,500 stock a "large variety of semireligious President

Lot 5 in block 270 New parrots the most profane one only I JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-President.
and tbey locked like such cheap affairs. and boners are bestowed City-$400. plantains and 700 bunches of bananas "
upon
odd of
That's
?2uO. an way appealing
John Isham and wife to D. H.
were brought in by the schooner I
marksmen making the best score. to public patronage. If the most
Wilson Lots and in block
5,6 7 132,1 i
Olympia yesterday. profane parrot is held for sale at girl:: '
of Florida and
THE newspapers Borne: of the targets are towed out East King tract-?j25. :
what would be the price of a parrakcet KSOWLES BROS.
the I Owing the akingof her wheel
every other state are making and anchored as much as five miles! ; I John Johnson; and wife to Miss that could only say "Good gracious?" ,
welkin ring for good roads; but wes I II Saturday: the Miiton steamer Cityof
.
General
Mamie Smith-40 feet on Chase tgente,
from the forts, and as an officer said [ I
I II III Tampa did not make .her usual
haven't that far
in Pensacola
got
I street by 177 feet deep: in block 12. | Plenty of Time.
309 8. Palafox St..
yet. We would be mighty glad to this morning "they look like 3-J I I Maxent tract- 1l1UU. trip today. She was docked for repairs P.acon-Burglars entered the first PEXSACOLA,

get good streets. cents when we get through with .. D. Perry to Frank Pettersen-Lot I at Bagdad.Mr. floor of our house and took nearly everything i

THE Monticello Constitution is them." I 12-1 in block 32: West King tract-175 j W. H. Trainer has moved into upstairs,: putting we had on while her Lat my to wife go out.was ii i WHY NOT THE BEST ? '

en-1 I and wife D. H. hU new store at 40 /South Palafox I
Carlos to
The steamer Poe Eugeno
army now
defunct, but Vol. 1. No. 1. of the ElJert-They look quite a tootlllcal,
ilontlcillo .Yew bobs up serenely. gaged at Fort Morgan, will come I I II Wilson-7 acres of lot 4 of the C. De-1 I street. Everything is new, chan I did they? !

Toe Sews, at the top of its front I over to-morrow or Wednesday for I Villier Urant-J175. | and inviting, and Mr. Trainer will '!i I "Oh. yes. It must have taken them i TflETRflIlSFEI>> 1EnG>>ANTS

Wm. C. Marvyns and wife to F. ', doubtless receive a very liberal' several Lours."-Yonkers Statesman.Fictlun'e !
carries the announcement in
capital page, letters that "Montieello is the purpose of assisting iu the prac'i. H. Corthell-40 acres of sec 2S tp 1 #, patronage. I CO.

conceded to be the best town in tices. She will possibly remain here r 31 w-100. { Hello Bill, won't yon have sorre- "Have read Fiction.NVrigLter's new |

Mldjle and West Florida-Jefferson i weeks, and will be replaced at the : A. J. Miller and wife to D. H. Wil- thing? Of course, can't refuse; when I work of fiction you ?" Having been awarded the contra

of the We work I son-Lot 21, blk 93, WEst Kiug tract J your are headed for the Merchant for !
the banner county state. Fort Morgan by another steamer I. i "Xot exactly. I carrying the U. S. Mail betwf n

question the correctness of that owned This 25. ; No, indeed, that's when we ulwaJ \VLat Uo ;you mean?" the L. & N. Depot and Post Offii" '
by private parties. ;
statement here and now. A community I Thos C. Wa-ley et a!. to M. L. i find the best there is to drink and "Wfll, I've only read the advance j and also the exclusive baggage: privi

that will permit so good a steamer will be selected tomorrow Autery-Lot 23 in block 129, East I. most attentive barkeepers. Those notices, but I suppose there U really lege on all trains entering the city
we
are to
tran-fer
when bids will be opened. tract 4DO. more fiction in them than there is in prepared bar;tagt: ;
King |
all
, paper as the Constitution to perish I boys are right.; and pasengprs to and from all noI -

for want of support can't be much. Escaped an Awful Fate James England to James England, Rev Chas. Lane was: greeted by the book itself.-I5altimere Herald. I tell, residences and trains, day n

We suspect that county is one of the Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn, Fla., ., Jr-Lot 10 block 131, new city-$130. crowded houses at Palafox street Definite De.crintlon. i night.

;1 112 in the South notorious for it's il writes: "My doctor told me I had E. E. Allen and husband to D. H. in the forenoon, and the iadsdtn "Johnny it isn't tobacco sauce, it It PrcillDt l & Reliable Service GU2ranteet

l literacy. Consumption and nothing could be Wilson-Lot 7 in block 43. West tabasco. Now don't let me hear you I
I street Methodist church at evening j We also conduct a Freight Del .
King tractL.I.Tdylorandhub1nd-! (). calling it again." *
THE Luke done for me. I was given up to die. service. The sermons were speciallyfine wrong !; ery Business-haul piano, gaff.
City Index : to N. J. "Xo, niatatna. '
r says I The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.King's and the impression made machinery and furniture at Reasonable .
"Florida now has four United States I and Joshephine E. Brewton-Lot was Two hour, later at dinner"Mamma.I Prices.
.
Senators-two of them Democrats. induced New Discovery me to try for it.Consumption Results- 5 in block 7, Bluff .Springs-250. I wonderful. He will deliver a humorous want some of that-that-that redheaded : Telephone your orders to F. K.

l' The other two are M. S. Quay: who were startling. I am now on the H. E. Landry and wife to John W. lecture ia the Sunday: school sauce that makes you mad."- Pou's Livery Stables, Phone 31, or
.. I room of the Palafox Street Methodist Washington Times. Mrs. H. H. Hallmark', Residence
also road to and owe all to Dr.
represents Pennsylvania, but recovery Ellis\ N of > 8.!
I e 'J4 n e 4 sec :! Tp,1 s r Phone 354.MERCHANTS.
who is largely interested in East King's New Discovery. It surely church Feb. 5th. Next Thursday I
31 west-$1.
saved life." Tim I II At n Miirtl Dinner.
\
my great cure is at 7:30 in. a rare opportunityto : TRANSFER
Coast sand, and Gen. Russell A. guaranteed for all throat and lung I I Lee Daniel and wife to Jfflorsonj I' p. "Excuse me. sir but haven we met CO-

Alger, of Michigan, with big interests disease by W. A. D'AlembertP, 121 Steward-07 by 150 feet of block 116, '' hear one of Georgia's most giftedsons before? Your face is strangely familIar ,. MRS. II. HALLMARK, Prop.

, in the western part of the State." south Palafox street. Price oOc and I II j West King tract-$100. a man of national repute. ." H.\KUYHAI.LMAKK, Transfer A;t..
E 1'i The Index have said $1.00. Trial bottle free. j I Tickets: Adult* 33: cents, children "Yes madam; our Lost introduced us
might that: our i | Pen"lcol.Countr: Club Co. to Wm. ] L.&: S.It.lt.'o.I'.an.IP.&A.I'h..
sale John-
: S.leent* Tickets
on at "
I each other before dinner.;
other two senators Quay and Alger I I j H. Knowles-Lot in Don-Isou Grant. sou',. bock store. to just ,
DOCKS ARE i ifl. "\h! I was positive I had teen you
were republicans and among the .
i ... pr.iiu-\\'U,TO. 1 never f< rg*t a far: ."- TIII:
l' most influential statesmen of the I Same to Mary C. Keyser-Lot in' : 1'1.l..r 1'nncir. I Exchan
. country. So Florida has friends An elderly! lady who! !lives In her own
at Dmel-oii Ur.lll-. i iV.
' VERY PRETTY ;
{; court whicnever party is in power. \ H. Kuowles, and wiN to Pensa- j hou"e diseovrcl at Buttes that spiders Chiiumuiit.ore Paris peuliarlyaIPrt'ciative Las Her Dborura CUII!:>I xloa. JAY Y GR OIY{ t

. We are so fixed so we can catch; 'emI' --- ,, cob Country Club Cc-Lot in D.iuelsoa '. of ll1u-il'. She has made "Is she a brunette"'A 1"lIllI
a co in In and a goin. brain tte! Why shy so dark herfather
Since: the installation by the city.; grant-$2COO. j pvat p-:s of thfin, iiml her house is full has turn the in the .
to light on .
(' J amid
:! (
:
I' Mary C. Kpyser: and hu-bind to of spiders of all kind*. on whom the
Now that the city of Vicksburg of an arc light at the intersection of ,' parlor to tlnJ her in the evenings.l'rincetou : ."- Ht.tail fruer..
:5ame-LGt in Douel: "on grant Simla Lir time and fortune. ,,
has recovered the direct trade of the Ti?: Zarragossa and Railroad streets, and UZil-). : Ihr proteges are lodged in a large, 1II\IIQl'\HH.I 1 OI:

t.1 steamers river that ply the mighty Mississippi I since the railroad company: has ]: Washington :'l3yotoJ. A. White- airy room, where she has provide, every con
a order. congratulations are in I Jumped several hundred carloads 20 acres of sw<4 sec 3$, tp 1 s, r 31 w IIfC't'rry Ui>iH.rt fur their different police force receive forty pounds of Family, Fancand. Staple
Vicksburg;; built on the 'i I web". Her float favorites are imiiienv. -
I banks of the great river about cue I of gravel into the slip and built sv- -# ;. I .' black sjiiilers. which with their coal a week: all the year round. t<. Groceries, *<.
I t S. M Crocs to Gus Eirzer.-Lot 5
hundred years ago but in 1M6, the i eral spur tracks; on Commandancia hairy less and great bodies, look viry
; centenial the in lotto sec 51. tp 2 s, r 30 w-$b50. repulsive! toothers.Wlnn FCZ":'!.*, :NO ClHt.0 PAY, and All Kinds of fp-to-date Fancy
river made 1
year
a cutoff wharf the
important terminal has Goods.
and left the I Marie K. Hickey and hu-bur.J to': she is inclined to show off their Ycur druggist will refund your money ifPAXO
i I city high and dry out
I taken on a very neat appearai A. C. Blourt, -West 76 ft of arpent capabilities\ for music; die surrounds of the river's reach. For
" years the I Tetter, old Ulcers and Sores. Pimples and Florid for the Celt-brat" Cafe di-
'and relicts credit the lot 47 Old CityHi j herself with a circle of water to keep
great
; U. B. Engineers have bean upon Blackheads I the face and all bktn diseases. .
trying to I I off their too delicate ntt'l1tioIiSIIHI on Monde Cotlee, Sweet Home Moh:
Clara W. and W. A. Cooke '
A. C.
f restore steamboat navigation to the i! company. i I to 5"JCt'Qt9. *PS. I Ilini and Climax Flour?, B Lyle -
plays slowly! softly al1.1ln a minor key
i Blount Jr Same; ? !
, i I property- Delicate -*en, German AmerIcaa
and I
city this has been last
at accomplished. the harp. 1'rora all corners of the
For Over !>uiy Years. I Mary Bioxton to M. 0. Haggett-I;: on MONEY TOTOAN Food '.\.'!! Canned Meat, Etc. All!
Joyous demonstrations and room the spiders run toward her, lis-
MRS, WI.NSLOW'S I\oOTHIolG SVBCP hat of i of which are sold by all tlrs .cla;'
: Net i 5 31
; se'4,3ec31, tp n, r w- i
public ceremonies marked the event. been uwd for over sixty years by millionsol '::23.; I teuinir with evident jile.T-ure, but should At the Loan Office of W. 1.. Meriwether Retail Grocers in the city.
Vicksburg is she strike ui a noisy pay. inharmonious IIU South Tarragona street.
i: quite an important; mothers for their children while teething
i M. 0. R ujptt; to W ro. A. Jones strain they back to their You of uo .nOI frOUTII PALAFOX
(1 railroad center, and now that it has; with perfect success. It soothes the child, -I j i seamier can Let any sum money you
the river back I Ilottt os the gamsallays all paincures windI dame property-$120. holes as though: di>su:,t(d. tiny need at the lowest rate of in .-- -- -
it
got
only needs I I colic,and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea | W..tf. Bosley and wife to Ada A curious fact in connection with this tHt' t. You can be a-*ured of fair 1
direct railroad connection with the U will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m- I story is that the lady bears the birthmark treatment and strictly confidential PENSACOLAPressing
; Hilton!! Grt'ent acres of the DMI-
business relations.
deep water harbor of Pensacola jTtf i
to i mediately. Sold: by Druggists in every pan of a spider.
put it on the broad high way to, of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottle el-on grant-$.'572.: '
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; | Be sure you ask for"M rs.Winsl,)w' Booth- i ClubFOR
prosperity or at least successful de- : TO CUUK A COM IN O.MI HAY i :MUtlrtor. DO YOU KNOW
. Ing Syrup: and taita no other kind j
velopment. The mistletoe! comes chiefly from
; Take Laxative Hronio Quinine Tablet All
'i Hrittany. -ome "'A) tons of the charming REEKMAN LUMBER CO. have
druggists: refund the money If it falls to' GENTLEMEN.
\ NO RECEPTION"TO white Lerrk-J plant are exported :a large; stock of dressed studding
? A DEEP WATER 11AKI10K. i cure. E. W. Grove'b signature Is on tuck |!
I box. 2JC. from Trench This inHtktoe -
I ports yearly. and joht- Get tteir prices before
"Pensacola with
, her magnificent:
;' I is in the IJretoa what the pig! M Luyiu dl6-lm

;r'" harbor, has always been noted for I CEN. CHAFFEE !SWILL. / ENFORCE to th* Irishman its tho rent. Thepeasants One Dollar Per MonthIn

her large exportation of lumber and and
Normandy Brittany
. Hot French Waffles with
timber. She is now assuming immense I 1 II II cultivate! ; the parasite on their: apple Advance to Membership.

f t proportions as a phosphate The arrival of Major General Chaf- : 3-CENT RATE tiv."-roi.lrtry to imjiul.ir belief, it Florida Solomon's.Cane Syrup at Clothes Cleaned and Pressed; a-

t t. and cotton port, having shipped no I I 1 rarefy gnnvs on oiks: -and It forms often as dp ired. Your Clothes

i.. less than 40,262 bales of cotton in fee here this morning was known to I I t'u-ir not r r'!ltalll' 'r"p. A few pent for and delivered. Call at

It two ships last tek. Were it not: I but few, none but the quartermaster: | A meeting of the Florida Railroad ,j I '..roarizo I the!: I'nwh d'nartracnt ofa.riru"'ir''i"rr' ValentinesM fc's'Bouth Club.! Palafox and Join the

1: for the deep water and the maritime 'i sergeant being at the train to wel- i[ Commission held at Tallaha-sea Friday i! : .l tl.c: il.-Mnsrtion of ,
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il! istletw.: the r"'l1I1tl that it iai
j : on :: '
;. business Pensacola would not be the I II Laeies' Pixie ttirii E !
( come party. They went to Fort a Spsc IIY.
l was an important one. It was j'lr-d ti! :hone! trco The r-isaiiK: ,

f much of a city but she will always i Barrancas: alone, and, so far as resolved that two railroads Itf.-tvver. ' iuipea< liment, and. Yours Neatness
rank equal to m'')-t of the large ports I known ; one of: a; tl.> order is hot enforced they grow Mardi Gras ,

1;: of the Houth so ItH g as; her waterway there has been arranged; no 1 i, which was the L. & X., show good! ii.d ("\::'.."t mo1 ";!ul"' tLan over for G. W. IRWIN.Hot

':' is ;so available j reception or honor for the distiniguished j cause why the 3 cent rate, as adopted the "in!.,rat! t'u\'nm"xt:! of Tii;;lKh .

t "The hops is that Jacksonville" party. At other places visitedby 1 by the other companies: operating: iu I :11 An.rrtatn: hump Goods !

, some day may be blessed with water the < a
| party special enurtaining .
.
Florida, should not be made ellee-l '.lln..t .tr"nt. 'fb".111.. Chocolate with
deep enough; to lInt deep draught
committee took then ia charge |I tiN on that line. This was one of! A t--irioi: story !U toM of Itarwin: and Whipped Cream, at Solo-
If this
ships. ; depth is ever obtainedit : and showed them points of interest. : n.1{ snnk. >'. I!". uswl to p> into the London Oar Stock i is now re:1dy."al. mon's.
will make our port one of the I the planks in the platform of I 7/Kio! _!,Ml vMvMy's: p tr.l..n". livcent's -

greatest commercial centres of the'j!I MjMeriuii Circumstance j Hudson Burr, one of the recently ,.nrl>. ::Id. standiriK by the ?lay; entines of all shape, sizes and

country. The rapid strides here now'I i lOne was pale and sallow: and the elected member*. I iI ,-.ax'Jiiaibiiis* tlit! cobra df ri|>elio. price Sentimental and Comic. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

without deep water are an index to i otherfreh and ro foret.l.: ;;::'Illst the s'.ass: while

! what might be expected with a thirty : difference? She who is blushingwith ; A Cure For Lumbago. tl'1 'flhr:1 l struck out at him. Thf- glass! Mardi Gras: Supplies, such as

i i foot channel in- the St. Johns health u"es Dr. Kin 's New I W. C. %'illiamof Amherst! Va., i iI i| W.I" Iwtttfi-n tit.m. liarwin's mind was Wire, Paper and Character 1elWf'f'n 1'f'nu'Cla and yfllton-Coat
I Life Pill. to maintain it. By gently I i! ierfeii.v rtrvince-l; to the inability
(\ river to the ocean. says: "For more than a year I suffered -; Hun Dally Kn-ept I'onday
: j arousing the lazy organs they com- i of the sank" to l.annm.\ \ yet he would Ma-ks Cambic and Silk Domino -
1 r If perseverance will bring us the I j pal good digestion and head otl constipation. from lumbago. I finally tried :j always i1."Igt' Time after time he "CITY OF TAMPA."
desire i them." 23c: Chamberlain's Pain Balm !If Masks FaKe Heard: and
t great we will yet get that Try Only at I and it trie
water. If continual dripping will I street\V. A., D'Alemberte Druggist. 121 S. Palafox! f gave me entire relief, which all him there, his! iiitiuet making him Wigs, Costume BellsOolj and _irhentaoola.k lllonIIJJ'm i LTr Ar Milton''c'acol. >.l i/lJpm:. pm

wear a stone.ltontinuil effort should other remedies had failed to do." dodzo.: Tin instinct was stronger than
Fare,ere; Round trip,Il.- result in the object hoped for. Now, Sold by all druggists and medicine Loth will and reason.Splecdid Silver Braid, Fringes and

just suppose, for instance, what "Deestrick Sknle at opera hon e dealers.A I Hpangles. Call early and select -

would be our condition with a harbor Tuesday night, Feb. 34. Guaranteed-- -Core Uolallon. JEWELER IN HIS
for Piles
like Pensacoli? Would there be "WLy do you remain! apart from oth- your outfit. We will lay
We will launder spreads for Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding ers asked a young lion of his sire.'Would .
dockage for all the craft coming and 16 cents each and make your them look I Pilf. Your druggist will i not 1bl.rd of Uons present an them aside for you until NEW STAND

going? We doubt it. There is no !i like \.I".. star Laundry.'Tonight moneyifl'A2gOINrMENTf your I imrfMn array?" needed. I.

: estimating the benefit Jacksonville 1I 1- __ ___ ____ ___________ you. a) cents.Tables. I "By no mean," answered the elder. -
would realize with water sufficient I : of "It would greatly dimmish; the: respectnow
quality
to float large; seagoing freighters.Metroplii. ."- ; el felt for us. Sheep may herd together I have moved my jewelry store t'

I ';: : Dining room, libra \land but the :lion; must fleck by him DOE'S BOOK STORE. 120 South Palafox. formerly occupied .

l We would to all I Jast before retiring, if your liver Is parlor at ..11alima's. $ self."-New York Herald. > by Bass & Co., and am now
say you people
Iud ah. of anli t
-.t t"ne
yi'u feel dull. 1M3 South
when tired of bilious, IJ..laf.xIreef, better prepared than ever to gmgreat
K that yon get waiting i constipated take a djs cf I
C .A. G '1' 0 n. X A. PEN IACOLA. bargains diamonJ* watches
,
FLORIDA.
r for deep water to come to you, just Hood's Pills I Hot Chocclate !II I Wrjtt-f. _/ !>' WHS fat facp &JP ': jewelry, etc. Call and eee me ana
pack up and come to deep water. f ..
Whipped Cream Na >. 3o-ut. /iG i Try Gnnther'a Candies at convince
let
? ALl you'll be all in the ,. me you.
t Bet I ; right momlcg. mon's. CYsr I .' Solomon's.
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DAILY NEWSI PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY FEBRUARY 2. 1903. \

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0 W. 0. O'NEAL. Fnilfart; No. OQO8. M. E. CUBIC, Cashier; '
FUNERAL OFJOHNEACAN .. I.FOSHEEYlce-Pr; JOHN PFEIFPER, Aw't Cwhlw. '
CAN GET > > > > .


you ICE CREAM SODA, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF


I PEKSACOLA, FLA.
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HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIESAT

'LARGE CONCOURSE OF LIFE LONG Designated Depository of the United States. s t

Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 25, 19O'J. :
I FRIENDS [FOLLOWED THE I
| Trainer's Confectionery RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

REMAINS. Loams and Discounts....................... $142.921.64 Capital Stock ............................. $200.000.00
5 THIESEN BUILDING. JAJA Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured........ 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .......... .................... 20,000.00
jj FIRST DOOR NORTH OF -- D. S. Bonds and Premiums............... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits......................... 6690.34
Btocka, securities, etc...................... 2,62300 Rediscounts...........;........_.......... 10287.61 ;
One of the funerals which Furniture an J; Fixtures................... 6,718.48 Circulation................................. 125,000.00) )
-, largest [. R. Stamps............................... 65.82 Deposits .................................... 46UM.35
,-- baa taken place in this city in many Cash and Exchange....................... 163,943.12

mouths was that of Hon. John

Monday <# Eagan yesterday afternoon, when Total.......... ........................... $822,382.30 Total.... ........ .............. .......... $822,382.30 ..f

hundreds of life long friends and acquaintances This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
Magnificent followed the hearse to .
the church, thence to the St. John'scemetery 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

( .
Advance ( where the Interment was

1 (( made. B. H. FAIRCHILD, I; w. & C0.6. W. & CO M

_Ji Showing of Daring all of Saturday: : and yester- D'PBOx.STERER I,rJG. I

C525zS 5 ( day hundreds of friends called at '
GREEN WATSON & CO.
( 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I )
,.,..' ( the Eagan home and took last looksat ;
( aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a I ( )
., ,
the departed gentleman. The remains ,

WHITE GOODS!h! lay in a magnificent cedar Phone Specialty.405. I I ",. $OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION- = ; t1
shell casket, which was covered -- -- ',

:with imported black broadcloth. R. K. WHITE, I O EMBROIDERIES In Deign Every Width Match and:Sets Deelcn Specialty.: Po .lble.. FruitandFloral .Q

p : Solid silver extension haudles Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler o i 1i 1
( decQ-1 i
and Graduate Optician, .>> I Venice Band*and addallanl.aU sizes and Widths. I
rated the exterior and the I"'Q LACES Whitetriaraand.\rabiau. LACES IQUR .
Marshaled Into a Dazzling Display st s : I Ii
lined with the costliest white silk. It South PtUfox St.. Pniteol.Fit
\ Iiumn5e Stock, of White Goods and Ginghams is now ready and 1f1
\
i' As the dead man lay so quiet, so I
Inviting Your Attention! & j await your pleasure. The Assortment Is larger.I be Stjles and llU811t1I'S rare
j still, he looked as though he was in ; unsurpn-sp and Close Prices prevail as they were bought before the ad- Q f
-- ) a sleep. The familiar: features irn1 KWASIND o vanceof the price oflottonardlotion Fabrics. YOU REAP THIS BENEFIT '
HERE. \.
fea-t your c ye-take advantage of early and exclusive ; ) I 1 '
COME ,f thousand thousaud of yards of wnite- ; : pressed everyone. : '
: \ c upon snowy j ,
I u-.s rayed for your inspection and profit. To those who \ : At 3:1;) o'clok, after preliminaries i OUT-SAILED 1"j I:: A Great Collection of the Very Popular "Ox'ords" and BasketotvM ::

kw what OUR ADVANCE SHOWING MEANS, no word is \ j ji '! had been completed, the precession I Cloths" for "'aist;;. ,.tt.
i i t' ;--airy. To those uninitiated we say, COME, join in the tbron?, i -- .'(
I it will be a pleasure beyond your expectation; you will go away S left the housewendingits way to the ..;
i pha-fd.: not only by the grandure o* the iucnnparable qualities t Presbyterian church on Chase street. JHE COLTIN White Goods. ,
but with tne satisfaction of having made your purchases at saving. ( :: > l'
(r':;: !! As the casket reached the door, a !!"'j French Lawns, French Organdies, French Nainsooks, English <

': [picked choir impressively sang, I Nainook5, Long Cloths, India Lawns, Tertian! Lawns, ; i!

TAKE A LOOK <* < eAT l' ;"Nearei My God To Thee," a hymn SHORT SPEED TEST SUNDAY b Dimities, Check Nainsook Jones Cambric, Linen

i Lawns: Linen Cambic, Dotted Swisses, anything Q
:: I beloved by the deceased. This was II THE REGULAR ASSOCIATION'S o t
t : you want in White Goods
OUR WINDOW DISPLAY have been rendered more
thought to
: I BOAT LEFT NEW c ask for it, we !have it.

For a few of the many Beautiful Styles: Dame: II I:
?.* .*,.'* Fashiou has Decreed for Late Fall and Early t ;I 1 As the pallbearers placed the CH.I: I BOAT ASTERN. 50 pieces Mercerized Chambrays, t (\r &0d

Fpringin Shirt Waists and Waist Material*. (( ( ket inside' a pathetic sight was wit- plain and striped, 15c value UC
))1 g
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-- ( |i nested. Mrs. Eagan, who had
I II Members of.the regular Pilots As- t
i! India Linens Persian Lawns Mercerized I''I before expressed a desire to do so, I: {
: I' sociation are jubilant today over the : Just Received Ladies' Belts and Golf Gloves. !J.
placed one hand on the casket and
Satin Damask Pique Cords and S fact of the Kwasind yesterday whenit !,
1\ Pique, : allowed it to so remain until the altar \
\ I was reported that in one hour's j
Madras Waistings Imperial Long i iI was reached.
I I : sailing the Kwasind left her new Green Watson & Co ;1x
I In the eulogy, delivered by Rev. I
inI
Ik Cloths Dimities and Nainsook'S' I competitor about one mile astern s
I I L. R. Walker, the most touching allusions rlt
\ -""" -"" C one hour's sailing. G. \11 & co .'G. W. & COit"'y-.. '
;::} Et c'l'* to the deceased was made. I u. :
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i ; The Kwasind was fitted only with l 15
( Every hearer sat entranced and not I
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\, \ I her t-working sails," as they are
\ 'm l F LI\l\ .' AUK FORMING-THE COMMAND WILL BE !I ,i!, a few eyes bedimmed as the minister i termed, and had largo shells on her I 1

UVF.N BRIGHT AND EARLY .' who had famifiary known Mr. I .OiOA'iilAil4i/01N816N/t10/Ni10ll/NN90i010100N.
hull, as it was not cleaned: before

\ E ln, spoke of that gentleman.! : being placed in service as had been ::1| SACRIFICE SALE i
I \1\ON D"7T'Y& <: While the speech was but twenty I
intended.
| minutes long, enough was so feelingly II j
I :M ALL )\'LET THE SUMMONS GO UNHEEDED. : The two vessels left their moorings riiBU"GGIESi-
spoken to appropriately give an :
I -- -- -- -- -- -- : :Saturday: night. The Colt had hardly
idea of the loss sustained by the
cast oil her lines before her sailing :

Li W. J. & B. FORBES.MEEcssEa death of John Eagan.A I foe was in her wake and both took jI
string of vehicles, several blocks
II
I positions on the bar. ....AT THE.... jBEERS'
:, in length, slowly followed the casket : I !
Yesterday afternoon it was stated: ,
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--"C'r c ?zrcmczcnc3ES g naai II; I to Kt.: John's cemetary. And, after 1 :
:
the Colt settled down for a run and ; CARRIAGE REPOSITORY.
; the earth had covered the remainsand ;
was immediately followed by the
D. HfLEVILSON the mound builded, Mrs.Eagan, 5
I Kwasind. The new boat was passed I I I'
in accordance with her previou ly II I have accepte 1 a portion a* general manager of the extensive
without difficulty, it i ii' said, and the
expressed intention, tastefully arranged buinf'Wm.. J'lhnMI)1: \ and MUST: clo-e, out my entire | I
Real Estate and Rental Agent Kwa=ind's sailing master Edmund- Z stock of VKhiolfs bf-forp F'et ruarv 1. If vim want a Buggy; this i? : 1
floral de-
the magnificent I J theOPPOIirUXlTYOFALIFETIME'tobuv,
,: j i sen,played a rope astern and tantalized one at jour own .
si6'ns. The performance was also apathetic i price. I have a very fine nrtrneut, and the first comers will get o
1.:.'., Smith ralafov Street, the "seceeders," who sailed the the choicest bargains.Respectfully. .
one, never before having I' I HEX H. UKKKS. I
TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA'. !I Colt. The feelings of the latter can
:! been witnessed here. I I :
I -- --- : best be imagined.Jos. ..........e..G......... .....O..oe.a+..'.e........
R i' Everybody: is going to the "Dees- Porter, the sail maker: is at
,b VrIWi'lwmNrE trick "Bkule." -
I i I work on a 140-yard jib for the Colt

UNDER NEW and when finished the present owners DR. H.
MOCK
J.
: : i : feel satisfied that the Kwasind ,

ONLY \ \ MANAGEMENT ; will be beaten.

: The Kwasind: men, however, sjoll DENTIST. !

at the claim.:

: k Hotel Escambla parsed under new i l It is reported that the seceders are

TWO DAYS k : morning. out on the bar today in small boats,
: k management yesterday 28'o S. Palafox Street, i* Old Armory Building.
Mr. J.C. Timberlake succeeding the : reaching: out fir "trade. I
I
.c:x ', former manager: E. B.: Jolyn who i, It is claimed that the law CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.

has: been in cearge for over a year. on this point is being violated if this ... .
tT rU"l11tUM" B t IT.X ACOI.A, 1'LA. (
> ly bi PyUil/ ; :. Friends of Mr. H. B. !Saynor will be true, as the provision is that -. 1

b3 displeased to learn that he ha i boats of not less than twenty tons

k: -=:)> i severed his connection with the I burden shall be used as pilot II. G. DcSiln & Co. ;

house, being succeeded by a :Ofr'l boats. This report is being in
,
I HONDAY, February .2d],
: BEGINNING :.. Metcalf.of Iinne?oto )Ir. !Saynor'sson I vestigated.taturday. i Miaulactareri and Dealers In :

::1zI through Tuesday:::) who bad been acting as ni;ht I Judge Reeves was petitioned

:" the *)tl, when the Sale will positively close. :k. clerk, is succeeded by .Vr. Goldbach, : to enjoin the new crowd Sash, Doors, Blinds, ;

formerly this city. i from operating. An answer was not .. ; Shingles,

..:::.4 The change was made without made up to noon today; in fact the fi !

b Stock remaining on hand at Close of"Sa'e -:' ceremony. In fact no one would' paper has never officially been presented i Builders' Materials I'
have aea"lized that a new man had ,
'z: will be shipped away. So this will be ..::::., taken charge other than filling to ; to Judge Reeves, but from
indications the matter will Brick and Lime.
"fir Last Chance to get Household Goods |seethe former clerk's face at theregister. I present
before this jurist in Chambers
come -: Telephone No. 11
!your own ji ttres.b .::: I tomorrow. It is now on file in ,the -- ..
On account of the crowd coming
; .c clerk's office. C1tI':'V NO rlCE 1.NEl1'HERthecaptelnow.
:x to the "Deestrick Skule" tomor ,
up - I
After the 3d of February I will en- row night, the Terminal company There are still some good seats: .- MONEY TO LOAN
nor consignees: of the Hr
;:* will furnish a late dummy. left for the "Deestrick bkule.: You '" ss Agnu *il! be re'ponslble
:_ gage exclusively in the Loan .::: A GOOD-RECOMMENDATION- -- - had better get them at once. crew of said veiiei.for aeon coctractwi by the I On the most reasonable terms and

CH\ EDWARDboutherland without publicity.J. .
Business at "I have noticed that the sale of If you should visit the Union depot -Inne.Co. Captain.Consignees. J. W. BULLARD,
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Chamberlain's Stomach and Liven, or be in that vicinity, don't fail :"'-J ItdltSEITHtR
: : Tablets is almost invariably to those to drop in at Gold ring's Xo.3 saloon. tbecapta-n.onnori I 2SJ2! South Palafor, Up-Stairs. i
II
: 112=114 South Tarragona St. ( i who have once used them,"says)fr." You will receive a hearty welcome '' 01 tbe Hal!bark J. A. WILSON, Manager. ;

t J. H. Weber a prominent druggistof and find the choicest brands of liquors .III. contracted be re'ponM-by .. .,
b Cascade, Iowa. What better recommendation ; keptia the city. I le crew of suid t-stel. '
r could medicine a.: DeAL'GE IJ. .
:0 any I
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have than for people to call for it, To Master tapteln.2t : : .i
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: \Af when in need of sub a remedy? Try DR. F. E. BRUCE -- j
i ;::. them when you feel dull after eat. t t
R Moi welher. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
< ins,when you have a bad taste in : and resumed practice. ,
Uti. ;> your mouth feel bilious have no appetite : Ha returned -'
,, 8 or when troubled with constiM !- No.30 South Palafox street, far jour Iij"
I potion, and you are certain to be delighted Office 22H West Government St., electrical work. HP is prepared to firtistie rhotog aphg j
} J with the prompt relief which Salisbury Bcildiag.Telephone do you a flrst-cla's job !at moderate! ,
: n\j they affori. For sale by all druggists j
Phone 203.( "
\1J / and medlcince dealers. 14G. prices. U01>2 S. Palafox Street.

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DOLL'S BOOKCASE. DAVID PHIUP' JONES'DEAD..
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&. Hake It strong EMHCB to WM Father of Modem EngineeringIn
Hold Yoar Own Book.. the Navy. r; l BD

( with a.boy or a girl can make a Pfttsbcrg, Jan. 31.-COlonel David
Rubbing J
plication of ; little bookcase like the one Philip Jones chief of engineers of the '

will produce In the accompanying Illustra United States navy (retired) died here _

:- external the best of it is that you may, last night.
THOSE 014.
these simple want to take the trouble, make Colonel Jones was prominently I,
c of the disease enough to hold your own lit- --- ---
known
throughout the United States !

and Rheumatism relief is is !!. t1t1\1 as the Father of Modern Engineering E.

;r; other irritant your spools and get all you can In the navy, which distinction was I J.
and aunts who
as it circulates : neighbors earned by his establishment of the ORXEK \
acid poisons are be glad to have their empty engineering department of the naval I
? taken out of their way. Select ,
academy After the college was open- ,
nil of one size and with good ,
i ed he became one of the professorsand
:! cement fasten the spools one on : Choice
I was one of the most successful *
the other to form the uprights: j
'- : and popular students ever at the
I bookcase gluing the shelves in school. Our Goods are

.t the ? >ools at the proper inter- and are \ '
I i
% --1 During the Spanish he
war was or- Relied on. We
The shelves for this small book-
b dered to PHtsburg as chief
inspector Holidays
1'1 .. cigar box covers, and the of steel for the Pittsburg district, and
'
,
'''
'_: ; on the conclusion of.the COUNTRY
war he -

.Sff: I .!. MOTHERS, DO YOU KNOWthe an office in Pittsburg as a consult-opened

:t. '.t:.' f ..,1 t;;}J many so-called birth medicines, endmost lag engineer. I I'I II I ;iBE'r;
,
remedies for women in the treatmentof I

the oils and her delicate organs, contain mere 01 Work of Amercian Artist Praised. i -
-
1 1 muscles and less opium, morphine and strychnine? 'I
Berlin Jan. 31.-Arthur
and sometimes Do You Know that in most countries Johnson, of

Rheumatism: druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics I Cincinnati, the landscape painter, is :
rains, can never without labeling them poisons? I making a special exhibit here. The .A. : :

acid blood has Do You Know that you should not critics praise his work.. Paul \VerI I.

lied, and all iri I Ii take internally any medicine Icr th: nicke In the Kmiz Zeitung says: "lie

ized and CUerevl: i pain accompanying pregnancy.Do I shows in simple, clear strokes the ( '
nothing! Cues ; You Kr.ow that Mother's FriendIs
tually' a-. S. S. I applied externally only? : greatest mastery of detail and every
uiJ toir'c : Do You Know that Mother's Friendis 'stroke t
ely t'blfxvl i i- : I II I a celebrated prescription, and that it artist. II. X. Matzon, the sculptor

lic'i I'.h ;, rani.lly : I II has been in use over forty )car, and that I of Detro.'t: is fencing: a model of a

..'it uns happy I each bottle of the genuine bears the came statue of the late President McKInley(
nux41-pS pains : I A DOLL'S IIOOKCASE.are : of The.r raJficU Regulator Co.? I for Philadelphia's international Iron, Xail l :

I a iVirk wood nearly the Do you know that then you use this ; A number competition. Supplies ;
of German Window
1t' j of the shelves null the whole remedy during the period of gestation i sculls !
tors also
are
that will: be free of pain and beal preparing to fend models Agate and
you
ll'd
i \:!rn ovi-r. ,
to ,
healthy, hearty and clever children? Philadelphia,
be made large
bookcase may Well, these things are worth knowing I : lATAGEXS FOR
.tO
1 h to boid your eistor's little III Tj! ..y are facts. Of druggists at fi.ou.LtVt Organization Completed. ; Revere .

Write for our I and the shelves may be made be persuaded to try a substitute. St. Louis, Jan. 31.-With the election Wheel Co.,
tisrn whidl I i i ri-tty wood, such as is e.''i>f>cial- Our. little "Motherhood" free. somine, Iron
of the
following officers
; the
organization

The Swft: !, in fret saw work. The book- j THE ERAOFIEU REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ca I t Coups & ('
of
the
i I will not be strong; enough; to __ ____ __ ___n_ .. .. .._ __.. I or interior_ .. International Order I I Made
\\' II I from the picture molding with : Freight Handlers' and i i

A pretty little II in, but should be placl'upon a BILL IN EQUITY FILED. Warehousemen, with Jurisdiction overall I I Masonic

Fpondent, !' low enough; for the little girl to I locals in the United StaIRs Mexico : -

books.Xew Attacks Validity of Late Reorganization an.i Canada, and with a member
the edge ot a her favorite story
ship of 15,000.\) I Is practically J. A. VAN PELT.
ter Bhrew. The: Tribune.Air of Rock Island System. complete:

are most Chicago, Jan. 31.-A bill in equity} lAwrence J. Curran. Chicago, president -

quietly emerge and Water Te t. was filed here today In the state circuit ; James N. Lynch, Chicago, first VAN

down the side a glass with water and, without court by C. II. Venner & Co.. of vice president; J. F. O'Brien St

along the it from the vessel In which Boston, through their counsej James Louis, sECond vice president; Morton

under the it, stand It upside down under Hamilton Lewis, against the Chicago Higgins third vice president; Thomas

very rapid. until you are ready to use it. Rock Island and Pacific Railroad com. :McElroy Providence, fourth vice president Have

bottom with take an empty glass and turn this pany of Illinois the Hock Island Railroad ; J. n. Cronin, St. Joseph: fifth

long snouts mouth downward into the same company of Iowa, the Hock Island vice president; M. J. Donnelly Chica STAPLE

stones and It. \ of water, and no matter how Railroad; company of New Jer- go, secretary and treasurer

on which they you press it downward no water sey, the Central Trust company.of

a little way up into it, for It is not really emp t' Xew York, and officers, directors and Hen John Eagan Dies. Fruits, Nuts,

' cr two to take you at first supposed. It is filled prominent stockholders of the compa- Ptnsacola, Fla., Jan. 21.-Hon. John \ Our Goods are ;

c to their work 01 i air, which takes up room, and this nies, including William II. and James Eagan, United States district attorney -

seen water flow out before water can enter it H. Moore, William B. Leed, Daniel G. for the onrthwn district of FlorIda -! Best

run in and out keeping! the first glass! which is I i Frick, Marshall Field, Ogden Mills: died at his home here of pneumonia -I

and water were with water, mouth downward, which: was contracted- Wash VAN
attacking! the validity of the late reorganIzation I
they were {' ( : it near the surface though not : of the Rock Island system ington ten days aco. Death was sudden j

,1111'nt.111'11 I the water. Now carefully turn and the legality of the i issue of the patient having almost recovered : :\
look as if they 1:1's! of air tinder the water so that i
and
I was receiving
up friends. A
$73,000,000 of the new stock and demanding -
: communicates with tho mouth I Ii -- --
nute silvt ': relapse occurred and he continued to I
that the Iowa and New Jersey -
(,f air adlurin i water filled glass. Since air is i sick rapidly until death occurred. The '
companies be declared frauds, as
. Land and than water, the air from the : ecca5J: was a native of Elmira X. I The
: created in violation of the Illinois ,
mouse tri!>l'. : \ vessel will How up into the water
h I constitution! and that the Central Y., anl vas 51 years of age.
and most ..! : glass, and the water which wIs.. !
i will flow down into the I I Trust company, the holders of the 1
njtinuMe and glass
. : Murderer Will Be Extradited.
stocks and bonds of the consolidated
fuoJ.-J.lJlltlon I which Lad contained air. If the W''s .-
which contained had contaIn- i roads be enjoined from voting the Pittsburg, Jan. 31.'n8.Ia. Swanbet-
I stock Illinois. ti. an Italian, was arrested! here to-
or acting as trustees in
.
The '. I, \Lieh is lighter than water, the
I Also that the officers be declared guilty day for a murder committed; in Italy
It would !be t'A: : experiment could have been per
I eight months ago. After the killing
of
a fraud on the minority of the
would La\
Lie, to (' anil the upper glass e
SwanbettI fled and was traced to
I of names prior n'llthe oil. stockholders and a receiver be appointed .
which creatnl ; for the stock properties. Pitteburg. He will be turned over
I Venner & to the authorities for ertrailition.I .
f lotion "\\ ll The Toilet of Little Ants. Co claim to represent a
majority of the dissenting stockhold I f !
.f( pxtd !'start as i naturalist Las been making (obser Better than Gold.
III 1 15ook" where : ; I on the told: of certain ants ers. About $:::00(100 is representedIn

Itoberts ::s \\' Las: discovered that each insect the bill. There has been. It Is I I "I was troubled for several years'

, said, some bad 'rtaln'stockhol with chronic indigestion and: nervous -
feeling
iii 11';:, Sir \\ : through mo t elaborate ablutions. :I among ( ( "
I Ii debility, write F. J. Green, of
'
since the
& crs reorganization
her ;
tf : m are hut only performed by I Laneanpr, X.H. "No remedy helped
! 1 rty it the ( but by another who acts for the i was efftvcttxl last July. me until I began;: u.lnJ.Ipctric Hit- ,

, l. ; vitations \\ : I as l.i.ly's uia'ul. The assistant Old ,!.Ac-t'. tent which did me more good than

: 10 naii.i' (If \\ I ; by: washing the face of her eoui- Old lace may be cleaned effectuallyby ali the medicine I ever used. They .
:4 numbered 12n. I :) and thai goes over the whole have also kept my wife in excellent
fastening the 11l'C! es on n linen covered -
. Hut the day The attitude of the ant that is health for years. She gays Electric I
. and I II smooth board and wetting with a Hitters are just splendid for II I
to tarry, ;: wu-lud: is one of intense Uis-
clean dipped In warm water. inaln trouble
sponge ; that they are a ALL WORK
cil) of Ixmdoii :-hIL' !lies i :own, with all her I :
; The lace must not be rubbed under any I grand tonic and invisorator: weak,
; Williams, 15 retched loosely\ out; MIL rolls
1 cireurn.unct.s.ft'r the Crst wetting I run down women. Xo other medicine -
: Roberts and ; her side. *'\'tt her back, a
I on per- Jub thoroughly' with warm weter In I c.n take its place in our fami-
; raroiled in !! i>i<-tuie of t.ise. The pleasure! the ; ly." Try them. Only 50e. H Itl-fac- WALKER
! which tine has been dissolved in
I soap
Norwich there ::: itiMft shows hi thus being combed : lion guaranteed by' W. A. D'Alem-
the proportion of half an ounce to a
, liams -11 ,' i-ponged: is really' enjoyable] to theA berte, 121 South Palafox street.
I quart of water. When thoroughly clean, :
this John and '\(,1'.
I rinse by dabbling with clear water
i ground as
[ I> well possible with the
as as sjiongc
ry !
CASTORIAFor
r ? names in ): ;: I DtxU'e \\IIU a Dlinr. I,
and leave the operation U> l ,' to make n coin Cy out of a
i time Infanti and Children.
.
The I -s without touching cither.

!; The fyinfuil a hume; at the bottom of a s\iut.- Aromatic Spirit of .\mmonla.I The Kind You Hare Always BougKJfndcjin's Plumber
! .1 -the famous ; ; and fit a larger; coin, such as a I ,
Aromatic spirits of ammonia is a
J of bronze. :: dollar, nbout a quarter of an inch I household article Indispensable In families : B.tl.l1l tM //

' the Venetian I the top. making a lid. Xow blow I where there are ixrsons with weak i ajU'A.tQC8of

diamonds. '1'1 !,!) on one side of the lid. This hearts or with tendencies to faint because All Kinds oil ;

f : files, fae.'tid. turn to a vertical i*>sltion. and the It facilitates the heart's action ,. '

rately wro\i of the air passing underneath the more speedily than brandy or whisky file [Vest for QC. I .
I lug mouth coin will drive the dime out at
l ,1 and with less danger to Borne patients. I
it an oriental other side
In cases of heart failure or fainting a SPECIAL NOTICE.
I
! The ('
1 '. A Rude Lnkr. I teaspoonful In a half glass of water oai I

!;i[ :. to some many date i> little Chicago girl while walking on, I be slveu.One H. Altman, Umbrella Maker, 315

.j shore with her father felt her foot I South Palafox, wishes to inform the
this
, century.
I Minute Cough Cure gives: a
: t may have : and looking; down saw that n little I relief in one minute, because it kill I public that he has: no one employedto

: r the .' : : Lad crept up near where they i thfi microbe which tickle tne mu- solicit trade and will only be responsible ,

I St Mark's walking. "Oh. papa." she cried I cous membrane, causing the cough, for goods intrusted to him No.6. Nn.4. No.

: I originally ( lake stepped 011 my tuo!'' i and at the same time clears the personally. 3jlm 1:1 a 12iSm 11:00
' sraa 2Tp 1:01
phlegm, draws out the inflammationand
level
: upon! 11:00: a CX'lp If.li :
; raised up In ( i When I'm a Jinn. heals and soothes the ,affected Try Gnnther'g Candies atSolomon's. ....___ S:25p 1:80
. I parts. One Minute Cough Cure
to be slipped I grow into a great Lg man .
_
strengthens the lungs' wards of!
I buy what I want to wear, ; I
. In a going to have trouseis a mile or to 1 pneumonia and Is a harmless and If you want a nice present to give I
' i long never failing cure in all curable I II
1 I i to a friend, go and look through the No.2. No. C,
' Some Oplt ;
IH .! never will brush my hair. I II cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. elegant line of suitable articles at I 11:00 pm' 12:15 pm
. unhappy ', One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant I 6:15 lm I 8f>7pm :
I J. I. Htephens: you purely can ndsomething : i
ridmire" e buy a silk hat. with a very tall crown I'I'I i to take, harmless and good alike for 1I:511am 9:1)4
. 'I .! carry a jjulJ headed cane. : to please you. If you I 7u6 p m i 8:10 a
.
tm. of some I not wear a necktie; It takes so much young and Old. Harm Pharmacy, want anything in the Diamond line 2:m am 8:131

ii them the I time I John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn be sure to see him before yon buy. 7Oam 1O: a In ll:5a 1:5) a p
,11 joint" They untie It and tie it again. I

attitude, and Hot Rolls at 5' tOo'
going to eat candy whenever I please CHURCH NOTICES. p. m..
i will satisfy flay on the street till it's dark. a doz..at Solomon's. ,
No. !I-Da1l1 No &
I I the Pittsburg peanuts ir.y pockets will always be !

very !< Stuff eti. 1 CMICHESTER'S ENGLISH 11:511 pm fOO a :
say. won't I just have a lark! Ul nIght f:18"
she I PILLS
when THE NEWS would request that the ENNYRDYAL UJ" f:18"
.. II
_
plied that hitch the Ice all that I "ir GauI. 11:23" 7:18
,
on wagons I I clergy or those having in charge the J ',5AFE. "
I when she ( please, sc for CHICHtTEK'; KNGiiurittoi Its.'i': 1:1: :
I J publication of church service notices .cl. ..,. 12:89: 7'l't: '
no one to make me get off. liED aul G.Id' lIotaUc bo :
; ::
worse, as v.wn T.k....tker. Rrf., 1:50 II f:85:
' 't be polite to a nurse or a girl, I for Sunday will send them to this ..e ....roM M.kMlt.llM sad Imii. U:&! 1:811 "
she was nd my hat I never will duff office 9 o'clock Saturday morning I fir tl.>.. 1S".r,... l>miii si114e.t. 1:80 m ._.. "
by rS' HUM fv P.rtlrilmn. Teotl..odalo "
again. \ .,- ,. 1:66" 8.15
ud 1.II.rr.I..II.
i. h' m Imr t.77
never oh. never, will I go to bed in order to insure their insertion --. L ...n lloU.HI'...._.,.,.. B.Mk, 2:10" 81 U
.....
it's at least half past eight! ,......-.-, I all [I "" t bI.b.e r l beaIe.1_ 2:33" 838 "
in the proper position in the I.- ...,_ .......... I'HI&.A, Pb- 1:00 II 3M\
Nearly a jolly good time I'll have when a ; 11:21" 8:10 "

man.' paper. _ 1:01 II 1:116"
; JJA :
see If you only Just wait TAL-MID 1:18.' IU "
% started a New York Tribune. MEN AND WOMEN CtO' 1:57 '
6 for anoatnrtldinchirgM.iDfiimmationi ':00" 10:10 '
TM
J. B. tRES Bic
The Limit. I.I I.I dip.. These tiny Capsules are superior! 6:0IJ": 10:10: "
For four G..td imtttiont or nlcertiioni I to 5... II 10:., '
does it mean? asked Penniless .BainfCopaiba,
and all 5MtaztVt. of ma cos i membrane* 8:00 II 10:17 "
Salve had "where de song says, 'Drink: PtinleM, and not utrmItEvasCHUIIUlCO. I Csbebt | and-.Injections.I Jjj 8M" 11:01 : .
gent or poiwnooB. fOO II 11:211 "
a. I They cure In 4Q hours the
Equally ( only wit' your eyes? IIEIIUTI.I voId by Dr.uha, fM II 11f5
Skin means." announced Wise Wilfred, a,s. or rat in plaia wr pr.r.liy .. edLSuiwithoui any inon.., ffO" 11M

; A. '. de loldy kinn read de wine list:, a 1 00.espies.or 3 bottlrf. rnpaid.12.75.fur siot MI p ur ii i !)tf\jGGISTJ. IIU"1fJ8 It Ut'6 UU" I I ;

South dat's as far as It goes." Circular teat Qa nquctt _____. -




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THE DIL.Y NEWel N8AOOLA, fL.ORIDA.fttONDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1803


1

11110: THE VENEZUELAN AFFAIR. KAISER.4 TALKED 'ANQLOPHOHBlA WILY $CHEDULB ;j

CLF.ASISG: Letters iff'
from FOR STEAM DIVISION
ASIlInLISGcrm : Current Feeling of Optimism Not Justified German Emperor Alleged to Have' Tiitt's Pills t.! ',,....1:j
: }'OI' PEN 'OOLA ELECrRlOTElUfi."IA.l ; r. :.
by Facts. Made Indiscreet Remarks RAILWAY COMPANY. ;

WomenCured New York, Jan. 31.-The National m.tfr.
New York. Jan. 31.-The current' Trains leave FeniMoU for the LJ3IK
r1i1 Rerlew again refers to Its famous After eating, persons of a bilious habit I Bayou, Big Bayou W rrlnjtooN T7 Ttri .
feeling of optimism respecting the will derive great benefit by taking one ins Fort itarranesa a' 'jj ., .. .
Venezuelan affair is not justified by by the use of Kodol are received dally. story about the German emperor'svisit of these pills. If you have been 6SOa.m.arrIvestFort Blrrlnoll TI3a.IOUOa.m.arrIYestFortBarranoaIO .a ., ... ..

the facts declares the London correspondent Their troubles nearly all begin with indigestion to an American yacht saying ac DRINKING :"a.a ,.4.,' I .
TOO -
MUCH lOOp.m.arrlvestForsBarraness 1 tf .. : .
or other stomach disorder. cording to the London correspondentof : y f\\ i l]
of The Tribune. It suits ,.in 8:80 p.m.arrIve at Fort Barrancat ':11i p K :!"> :
'the of the German If the food yqu eat falls to give strength The Tribune: they promptly relie>'e the nausea BUS p.m.arrive at Fort Karrancai f:08pm '.".." I
purpose
emperor to your body, it is because the Juices secreted "The story may now be regarded as SICK HEADACHE -. "8OOp.m.iirriTeatFOrtB&rrancss .6p... ',ff.-.1.' '
to have
the official organs announce the Trains lean Fort Barrancasfor leoiaeola St'
by stomach and .
digestive organsare no longer challenged In any compe- and nervousness which follows restore al wit. : :
It
that the are waiting for sat-
: powers Inadequate to transform
the
COLD. HEAD nutrient properties tent quarter. It ig beyond all the appetite and remove gloomy feel 7:15a.m. arrive at Pensacola_ 8:00 a. H ;. Q 4 _" t ,
isfactory evidence respecting the security of the food into blood. That is possible ings. Elegantly sugar coated. lluop.m. arrive at Peniaoola-ll:4pB ;: ; .'
H IIWI (ItIiflSCS tne (Nasal J'assagu indigestion. The is doubt that the kaiser did perpe- Soop.m.arri.eaPeol8Col-. .\.. '. .-
' r Heals offered by Venezuela and Mr. system deprived of the n
and Protects rake No
* iniUniuiHtion. amount of nourishment trate an appalling indiscretion By Substitute. 6:00 p m arrive at Pentacola __ Ii:" p n ',_ ,: ,
bens of required to
Taste keep
Ueetoresithe *
Balfour also up '
I. p aiie. and Lord Lansdowne are T(0 p. m.arrive at Peniaoola_ T:45 p. t -11 '
*"',., ., i.urgt' vize Sue. at DrugylsU or by pleased to have the public believe thata the strength. and the result is that one or talking anglophobla at large in the t-M p.m.arrive Peniaooia_ 9 JO p. fj\;;.!! ;'.
". i mil siz We by KLYKUOTHKUS mall. more of the delicate organs gradually grows presence of strangers and discussinghis 'SatordaysonlyFABC I: t .; (: .

56 Warren Strett.New York. settlement is simply a matter of weak. and then weaker, until finally it Is uncle, our king in the most of- A Xetr Railway Term.A FOK WHK DATS ea !. I l-'
detail which will inevitably be worked diseased. Here a great mistake is made. fenalye small Pensaeola>> to Fort Barrancat and retora. :1 t'Peu.scolstoNsviY&rd : l' 1 :t.
-- manner. Judging from the boy was traveling with his
out Meanwhile they are making That of treating the diseased The and r.tnrna' 1I,1; J '1<'_
organ. communications which have reached father on an "accomiaodatiou" train. A Peniaeola to Palmetto Heaob ana return lit Wf '.

1ifiedAdveismelltsONE strenuous efforts to extricate best mistake.doctors in should the land make this very us duiing the last two months. this stop was made at a little distance froma 111)11141' $SCHIOUDB: i". :
? It
n themselm Why they is so easy .
from the results of their When weathtjr permits tbe running ( i'fi
to see that the trouble is not there. incident: made a deep impression upon country station and the rear cars left open coaches. lir1"\ifJ
own follies and blunders in time for .:
our readers. The reason we lay so standing;: on a curve while the engine: Leavi Pensaoola. Lv Fort BarrakMi ji:. .,: .,
the
of
meeting parliament A singleday much stress upon It Is that it afforas and forward cars went on to do some ( .. m. 10a.m. '. ;
CENT A WORD. may witness a transformation In Kodol lla. m. 11 m f1 .
the a conclusive r&asOnhy the German switching.The 1 p. m. I p.iii. ,-II \ : '
situation, but the signs were not ,. laddie became rrtIl'I'Sntl Ip.m 1p.m. 3'
emperor should not be allowed to occupy slipped : .
,1NEY 1.0 L ND. hopeful yesterday.Mr. the position which he covets in away from his father and was Ipm p.m. .54p.m

,- Bal/our and Lord Lanedowne, CuresThis this country of being the power be- soon hanging; ; half out of a window in Ip.m.Ip.m.. sp.m pm. q.:.. .I _

MONEY TO LEND ou improved having made themselves responsible hind the throne" the rear of the coach. Presently hissurprised f p.m. .. I
,Jj.i t=ute, In large or small for the collection of a job lot of German little face and he FABB Foa CORDAY ft i
low rate of interest. famous remedy puts the stomach and reappeared feniaoolato art Barrccii Ssvy 'i' ",. ._
at it
a ,"ut.t* E. Brooks claims many of which are taint digestive organs in a healthy condition so Mahan's Article Attracts Attention. shouted to his father: \ardInfireura.____ Ut '.. -,. .("
Le-lie ,
.
fill ou attorneyatlW ed with suspicion and cannot be class. that red blood Peniaoola to Palmetto Bftoh ana ;
rich is sent 011 the train has all
,
coursing through
papa papa
New
York
% :204i! :;. Palafox (St., Fisher Jan. 31.-Captain Ma r'Inrn.-- lie '
ed with the British claims are anxiously j the veins and arteries of every muscle. tissue come nnbuttoncd"Great ::f--; '; Ii.
3oiluiMOSEY han's No freight el.ar
aiticle on the Monroe 1:15 o. re.3ENKHAL :
buldlD" doctrineis :
: : .. __ :
werking in the dark and trying and fiber throughout every organ of the en- -S.-- :1Ji. :

'10-DAY-Do ueedn.u to patch up a settlement but they :, tire body,and by Nature's law of health full attracting much attention cables Labor Sarer. '. lI' :- ,' .
: you strength and vigor is soon restored to each. The Tribune's London correspondent FHKNCI1: hCiiEDULBFollowing hi
.' You can borrow have not yet succeeded. Thy cannot Customer-The metal in that knife '! "
;- ) any I Kodol cures indigestion dyspepsia and all His declaration that the United States ,- -. ]-
auj'u"t.t you waut today ou easiest sadJJe: upon Germany responsibility stomach disorders. cannot assert you gold me is as soft u putty. It got : i ii" the schedule of the Igovernment j ..;
lowest rates quasi suzerainty over dull the first time I used it. General ..'<.
ttruH I utiJ anywhere for the affronts to the United steamer French : _
I I have taken Kodol for nearly two months other American
realtI.lI.II"Ul I states is not altogeth. Y-e-s. but think how It which THE NEWS for the :1 :
IJL.tIl..d!)l t. on improved city States involve in after Dealer- easy prints :
: these policies when each meal and It is the only remedy liked. The '"
Wm. Fisher er Westminster Gazette jenetit of the merchants who t' ,
2U421S. will be to sharpcn.ew York Weekly.Curse ship ,
that relief from the terrible I
the alliance: has not been gave pains r
repudiated. : -
l'.1i,11 ,J( tre.-t. lu-tl considers that the United States heir goods to the various army $ ;.
endured. After a time I would take it but i 01 .!
should be responsible for the posts: -' I __:.
i once and while I bottle! powersand
a day. now keep a W >,...
JF YOU w nt to borrow money, in- French Officials More Hopeful. I handy. I seldom need it, as it has cured me. states over which she casts a Leaves Hensacola_._ .__. .... 1:001. m.'I '\
\-t U.' u-y insure your propertyatHr.1Ct3 Paris, Jan. 31.--Official sentiment I. Leave Harrnof_. ...... .. ....__ 7:50 a. m. :t.' .. :
I MRS. J.W. COOLBAUCH Milo Center N. cloak and points to11'. Powen's I' .
,
action .
L91\vell'Ickpns ._. ... .. ...... .__ 8am ia. m. 'I" .. .. I
I d!" ot title, buy ort here today js more hopeful of an adjustment I Y'I as a rwogcltion at all events, of Leaves Itarranras.Leaves ._... .......- ":15a. m. ts' .. '
t, i I' al estate, rent property oft of the Venezuelan question Kodol Digests What You Eat. moral : Pensacola .....___ __. .....10:15 a. m. : '. :'
:.vd..cnpt'ou, liave rents col- I Bottles: only.! S 1.00 Size holding 2K times the trial fcspoIsbiIlty.Finding Arrives Kurrantas 11:101m.. and then i. .. ,
Ju''J; ur jour taxes: attended to, owing: to the receipt of advices to the I size. which sells for 50 cents. nakes a trip to rortilcKee and then rlt- 1'"'I

t; n. >u
4 C.> Keal Estate: and insurance I allies bave requested their respective San: Francisco, Jan. :31.-The Chronicle Leave. PIckt.n..55.. ..... ..... "no .__ 1:25p.m. .' S.
Leaves Peosacola..... .. ..._ ..... _. .
1'ensacola Kla. J Eowrnirentfl for further John Shpppard.Harjris':: Pharmacy 4p.m.: ) .' -. Ot
A.'cutj. Charges instructions.I says that Captain W. H. Cushing, !Leaves PR-kens .. _____ .. ..5-.. B:15 p. m. \. I': .
m 'derate. To everyone who buys I There probably will ho a simultaneous Sidney Kann. of the revenue cutter service was DRINKCCKED Arrives Hnrrancas 5.W p. m. and makes .. ":
a M from us we will lend money presentation of France's 0_ .rip to :MeKt>e and return.'S '" 'I
position found guilty of the charge of conduct '
nir. which to build a house. 8JiiKlXDKRUAliTEX i Wedne..daYiaud8aturdays .\, .
through the French representatives in iniil' unbecoming an officer and a gentleman oat wiil leave Barrancas via Pick- ,.. : 'J

i I I-onJon Berlin and Rome. The au- llalznc Rinnan. by lie: courtmartisi convened BY 3ns for Fensacola at 6:30 p. m. ;t,. .,; j
It llIdt'I' ul.tcn ;ClUO1 It is said that Balzac detested Dunins. j
j thorities are examining a plan for aggregating here early in the month. The findings The General French is for army -. h..
"' ------ - Once lie brought to the Siocle the manuscript WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
i the claims of the powers have been approved by CaptainC. i purposes only and any outsider must ,:} t.c t.
school will be of n novel which was to follow\ .', ,.
.)].eufcdat3j: Dast Wright street, which dJd not partclpate in the blockade "Lc8 Trois Mousquetalres" then being F. Shoomaker, of the service, and 100 tllS/t. },'u o.lor. ten l/e girrn in ghittoftrutertta Java take a pass from the her.quartermaster f : \ t
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as suggested by Minister Bowen by Assistant orcofttwithout patient'l 'lIo..ltdgt.W passage ,
Oct. 1 by Miss Margaret JIaclaj' published. lIe asked to bo paid 2Va Secretary Spalding as 'lMi' .
and are inclined to bite Kihhoii Ketnedy will cureor destroy ,
: OstthAiR regard it favorably. has the sentence which the ccurtniar- ,I
francs a line. The director of the Journal the (llsfH.ul appetite' fur alcoholic stlmu- ; .
.tir t'
---- -- -- tial passed. lant8. wlietlier the patient l Is a confIrmed '
hesitated. "You M. Dumas is
: sees
(UU-1)- inebriate' a "tippler," nodal drinker or E. W. PEAKE .t
'tj
being paid only 2 francs n line. "If drunkard. >leforanvone to Lave an !A
Allies Reject Bowen' Proposal. Magnate Morgan's Personal Tax. aooetite for alcohMIc liquors after using .
you are giving 2 francs to that negro:: Electrical contractor and builder .
,
J1K-! SARAH UEIUNK-Manufac- Wa ngtOn. Jan. 31.-The allies And Balzac stalkedoff. Xew York. Jan. 31.-Among the vis. White Klbbon Itemvdy. .
I shall get out!
turer and dealer in Hair Uoods, I have rejected Minister Bowen's last itors to the tax office Indorsed Iiy Memlieia of W. C. T. I'. will do your electrical work in first- il"ff. "f.
Hats, Toilet Articles, Hair Oilt yesterday wasJ. class style and at reasonable rates. i ;,. !
( ., 32'J West Government street, I proposition that: all nations having I>umas was not Ignorant of I'alzac'a P. Morgan, who was en the books Mr*. Moore press superintendent of Women'H He can be found at 30 South Pa la fox 'i :::: \,

_- i claims asainst; Venezuela be given the feelings toward him and did not spare for a personal: assessment of $GOiW.Mr. tura. California ChristIan.Triuperance writes: "I Union have tested Vea- street. Phone 203. if' :

Kor Uuiit same treatment as the blockading pow- him. In the foyer of the Odeon theater Morgan said that though he was Vk bite Kiblon Kcmnly' on very bbbtlnate :
.. ,- ers. The drunknrd-und the cures have been many. =: --:- 0.1. .. ... t...
of the '
answers allies have Balzac In not liable for personal ---
rtiKKKNT-6-room;, : ccttage ou W. was talking: loudly .1 groupof any assessmenthe In ninny CHSHS tin K"in"ily was gl\cnse- : \ ;:
r unir DeV'illiers streets. been received here and they reject in literary 111<'11. "When I have written believed it to be the duty of every cr.-tly. t cheerfully rfC'miiiiend and In- "

0 i::"a- ..r HID and one 2 room apartu toto the proposal. myself out as a novelist, I shall go tolawriting. citizen to contribute to the support of our dor Uutun*>; White are Kiblxm tl.'ligc Itt-nuily..
.. !o'- at :'MV.I Ititendeucia street. \ : ." "You can begin right the city. and is willing to pay an assessment treatment' to aid us in our temperance I ;: .. ".
AH i t. j "'J order. Apply to Pat Japan Once Joined (o China.i away." called out Dumas. of $400,000 as he did last work. :* Headquarters for jtI 'S "' :

h1 I'i\\ ,,_ I1jltn I i Japan: consists of a group of "festoon year. Druggists or by mall, Jl. Trial package I ." .. .' ;
,
j: Isl-uuls." forming; a long curve with Its Anrnhlan Story. free by writing Mrs. A- M Townsend I for I SE\VING MACHINES. ;

\\ _tL1IJ.tU : .- I concavity toward the mainland. and An Aral and his wife were constantly I lnItU..b n.. Mie In Spoke.TuurKtS.iy. ; years secretary of a Woman's Christ- ; .

\-\ .\ \ 1 1 h 1' :, 1" learn barber i' many of their peculiarities are due to I' quarrrlinz. and tl-e wife always my good fellow, am 1 ain Temperance Union, 218 TremontSt 'REALESTATEANDRENTALAGENT .i .

,.i.j: A. >\ ,:-I (or barbers in their upheaval subterranean forces. went straightway to her father and on the right;: road to the town? Boston, Mass. t<>ltl InI'cnsacolaby 4 "t .

:-I .1 i1 'i '. Y'-ars saved i (it which they arc still one of the most 1I j made, 1'l.ml'laiut.Ul'' day the Aral Native (after a IKHI-P)-Ya-ai. stran- hannah! Bros., 21 S. Palnfox St I lt aouih ratafos hirrrt. : a'! ', fol

I IP.,: 'un.. i. > t I tV ;practice: 1 active seats. They were undoubtedly l>n\i>d the ears of his better half per but I reckon you're poin" in theM I \I' :: *

I<.M.-. Ili'.I-: 1' !-Ill"):' md board !' ('unlll'Itl..1th! China and with the '' whereupon she went again to her father run? dirrctsliun.-I.ipjilncott's. S :'ii't': ,:it. S.
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niv> i I: itiliciuMI.iii'M free i I, land to the north of this nt no ury remote and reiauM ner grievance (It'I!I '.i,..__ ..._...__ .".__ ...__ _...__ ." ,,,,_.... :". ..-.__ .0.__ .4.__ .\ rsl I 1 ,
M.I.I I r I lUrb'i: Cull jf. New Orb I-.-.. ..-....,.. ? ''''''' '.' -- '--_. A.....,......., ......,... -. ..-- -,-. .
nnd !<
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period geologically; speaking:: mar.diiis revenue. The father, a wised i S S Ui :.' "
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To
in-. I.i. therefore, like; I:Ir4-at I'.ritain and <>!" shell shook hU head and after cure SIEALERS

\\A.Mr.i>-an Kii.dempty( bteib. land, are: scientifically classified as lre-I long rt'lliftiotu Itotcd his daughter's OSTETTE Lick Headache Roberts & Dailey i r ::1

"fl 1' -. >. :\. rriciini.in. i.a-ll cent continental islands. The proofs ears and said: Nov thou art avenged.: I' I CELESRATCO J Sour Stomach,I [I) ., ;

i of this are hw.fulol-fir't, they are: connected -, Thy husband::,; boied: the ears of my Indigestion.Pyspepsia .,... IN "v'. .! S f.

no riii. -. ; with Asia by a submarine: : bank I daughter and I Lave boxed: the ears of (I j' -; ,}

t'o.DIIIl'l.101! : / -EI"- lit In- It'-II than a hundred fathoms bcni-atli \vifor-Lustigo: (! Walter.: Constipation, ) I -
) ; J'
; CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY
t f. iniu./ 1 I.1. Kv.iytljiiig I new ; all the l surface and this is Html to be i MaiariaFever, i GROCERIES. ,

I in ili rn c
1 1':. 'j.> ti.4i.! -icui.! llf>irahle d.ivb tract: second the animals of Japan are "My !"H>.V doesn't seem to have got &: and Ague, JlJ.New.:? Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. |:*; : :.

",iMu-.ik-ii. :!Mjliii l'lol"I'looimilar_ to tlio>e of China. the I II along hen ieryill," said the ol1i.e1,0r's you should take I t.-.

only plausible explanation of this being fattier.5e11. I : ; the Hitters at |Iii|], FRESH: SUPPLY OF j(||! .


Kllrl'lJA I Ii, !.e 1.t 1 It.i' I'MNew litl.ei.ttttet.:::-< .1.\oinmercial' board. I'-pular c.iti hotel be: i I that. formerly there was a laud connection. -I you"\:\' replied. to: IK the perfectly employer frank"I must with STOMACH once.fective remedy No is cr so other ha P(.,: &;) RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS &:{;); ,)t 1;;;: ;=J Jr

say ix>." 5 such a record oruri r lJ, OF ALL KINDS. S ;f.1 :\
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i 1.11 -in: tiai-i-nt' : 'J3J11H!: I I .. ,. S "
queer Jiipnnce Custom. ".\h! What's his trouble?" Ti"ER back out,S < > > g
Give it u trial. ; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE U1TY. i.' ':. .i I
suit :-00.\.1.1;. In !'ome'illa ('s In Japan robbers are "lie hasn't any trouble! ; it's the rest j f tl( 1;

i trad and mulcted by l'allot.'hrll' I of who have had that."-Chicago ;f :,
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----- us ; .+ ROBERTS & DAILY I ;. ./ j'
c.\IlA: )_\[) ,nn ever a robbery Is committed the ruler I Tribune. .

!I.,"- !hit.*-., -adJhrand driviu of tho hamlet sumnmi.s; the entire wale i iI OPERA HOUSE I ) iEI!J (l 'jj'
I 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot.I ; i'If : :.ji
:-, g''l1 Jnitt: luule*. fort salt imputation and requests them to write .I S14 t I.11 ed. .. .
,. I ':' liouu 1.10. IVnsacola I'la. rl\ 5
: i.ifi: r '>f Xirrj: 'o'"a find Oil a flip of paper the name of the per- '' The angular passenger stuck her head II ,

J. t Hi- .u -tfct*. Old I'einacola I committed window. ONE NIGHT ONLY Dl ..',---- ., .. _:._ ; '.._- '.''_- -,__ ..- _''__ .._."' ,, ii 4 f.11'-
Si:.i.-. Mc M.h1.tu. I'hoip215. sou they suspect' ns tuning out through the car ". .,._- __... .'I._ _..'_'n'-,_.,.-- ,-,,,.,,.- .!.__ t. ... ,.-_ .1 I'.t', )",!
the trhne. The one m-4-iving; the lar- I "Why," she asked the man on the .

i'JjlwFOK II gist nuiulur 4>f ballots: l is declared duly I station platform "did you speak just MONDAY, FEB. 2. :" i

*.\1.1-;: -. econd-haucl ,*et of 4lect4Hl" and Is accordingly;::; ;::; ; n nv of that singular looking machine I .r "

; 'I.j .' "-. in' goud: order. Apply to I This system. like all others : banI'tl.j, as 'she?' Positive of HALL & KLEIN r:" :

'I I I' -. l''tili-\', room 410, rtn"eeuI'll. I culiar: :Jdnl1lta I's. It insures the pun- "Uecause. ma'am" replied the man Appearance ;

IK.-:. j jUl..tf: ishnu-nt 4if siuiiebody for every robbery on the platform "it's a mail snatchcT." ;. .,Ji

I I {'UlllIII ittul. whereas under the sy.-tem And she took her head In again.- LEWIS MORRISON 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. j :: .
A l..M.JAJN: ; can be had in cue III f countries in I i
I in \4);;uc In mot civilized Chicago Tribune. ; ;
: ,
i ".t rt ideiicp and iuo-t, d<>- '.
01". ,. I nine casts! out of ten no puuMmient Is I
'tI"l1' Northwest Hill
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.- to -uar'uitetd: lea-eat fair iutlieted on anjliody for the crime. Of ....HIMSELF.... Staple and Family GroceriesSelect .t: 'ti

.. y, ar- Plan ::>u-e can I 04>urs- they may Jot "elect" the guilty i iI ( ....

1 I. I i. at lily o 111 ct'. A. V. Clubb,;, person but dispose' of some other character I II i IGOETHE'S

I I. ".::1. lin-w I (4iually bad.ld :' HARD BEAUTIFULROMANCE Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. 1< .7 I'

hi!. '.\LK-lhe: mo-.t desirable, I I
,
( Viollnn. Eggs and Gauntry Produce. '
Poultry
S : i'uy on eay teim by I .i.i1'Jli:
I i- i r Heal Estate Agency. I The old time viol was the first instrument :

... ''j'l, 1'alafox. liliniI'atrIIng of its kind and fnniMied the plan : FU'T'A No. 358. .
Telephone : : ;
---- --- i for (lie niiNlrrn violin whidi. ht 'f \'t'r. '| S 1.j

I Itii'''''. said that Charles: RICKmm r', t
--- is T0' years 4>UL It is : \ Production Celebrated Throughout .S --- .': .
II. imrodmrd it into England;::; One I -{,
1.1'l the Entire English Speak- .
: ; HOUSE at WheelerMry
makers of violins wa'ltrHitrlus l rJ
.. of the tlnot
};-.ther1 .FI.1.. Mr>.. who existed inc World.LVKICYIIIIN'U I1iquorsFOR ,If
l propiivire,.,.. All the I' :-: of Cremona I '. '''
t ii< the early part .f the d lltl'f'lIth cen F.M1IIKLY NEW '..- ". 1
ut hume at r..a..un:1I
very '
Violins made him are worth IIhI SKASON. : L.
I Northern tourists will I tury. by :
S.
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I, I .nii4ls of dollars! now and are highly HAND ?
:an ideal place to j-peud a thou! Rp\t: ; on Sale Friday at noon. jt1'IU
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; .1 the --4'i4.fl.. Inlm: I os-t.....ined by collectors and perform I -- -- -. I '
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Il'rs. MANAGER COE AXXOUXtE::! P3v rybody .. .<

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1T. -- ............... III* Lucky) nra,,'. .HALF. I WITH PLEASURETHAT ON 1.1': t tAT .

;:' MUJAINS in trimmed hat Ten pot-You should have soon the( I WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4, THE'j. ; ..

.5. ""d by MiE.. D. Xord- pair Ilarker held last uicht II ,

', ._." make room for ti"e )ardi I Tray-I thought;::; he bad gu ,n up I t -TOt 3I1ISSKS.Will Reliable Barrel House i: '
'- '''II.; must have room and ? Kentucky : U '
: n.>"k4r since hIs marriage ,
,; area low that they are ,
1! Tl'1'pot-lI! has. lie was holding MILLIONGet
.o' of all. Romembtr the ONE 8't
1t
nu a K :
; ,1 N" 11 Eat luteudtncu St.SOjlui his lins..-Chicago! News.
'

_ Natural.Sirs. S. A. Friedman :f.jt

H. .\1.1' I.\X, umbrelli: maker, 315 lIatt<,r1"on-Tbe ladies cf the present for the first time in thi:'I ,

"' .' P.tl.tfox street. Rt covtr- pari>,h pot up a baby show for the Our Prices BeforePurchasing city, the Whirlwind of Modern
: .: I SOLE PROPRIETOR. :
J repairing of umbrellas and American Comedy, iI i-
benefit of the! hospital. S :+ ,
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Silk
a specialty.: covers \\l [

__.-."."tV.OU hand._]in3NK "Sirs.011. Chattl'r a how lin oll-\\ts? success It!"-a Swart success Set.? am now receiving the Largest and most excellent assortment! of t tWines : .*

':\ Y\l i: wantiuK bored wel!<, Hello Bill Liquors Brandies and Gins tJ 'f
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i '-t' or anything! in the gror Why lip Grip e
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OF EVERY DESCRIPTION <> I .4.
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line will do
dry goods I Sho may have a temper but she isi :

,, -,. i 10, t ire purcha 'iu;; to sp D., i i intereMin Did she ever ;get::; over the 501000 Daily. Aho the Finest and Largest Line of Case: Bottled Goods.rV)1= = r ;"'f f
-IT 1 Olive. VIA. ]171mUIMOVAI i Capacity Ky Willis Mi i we!I G xxihue.The % .
\ death of her first! husband Special Attention Given to Mail Order I. t:: ;

.. "Ye!': but her second husband Is In- Original: Xew York Productionthe '
: : I guarantee honest measure! best! quality and lowest price Be sure [to 1 j. :. ; cousclablo."-IVrtsvaoutt News. I same as at the Crecent Theatre send Christmas orders to ;. j
1 VMOND, the tailor has r I I ir New Orleans and other l lead_ your i f Jt .
\ : t" ll' \\'"vprnmpu' !'l ; t ,
S \! SEND YOUR ORDERS Brick Go theatres ia this country and Can- ,
"1' ...itf' Expre-s; ofli"e,, eflillan ada. S. A. FRIEDMAN r U ,; )
.' 'I" prepared to clein.rp- to Pearl & D<>live for carpenter or vi l
i \: d I pre,.- laJI!'-.' and ,ir"ntle16j3ji -'I electrical work. Repair work a "Hello UUP\ la the best American Corned; 331 South Palafox Street P. O. Box 418, PENsACOLA, FLOIIDA.I "
1 Pine Barren, Fla. In teoytar.- O. Picayune. I .
tollor made4ts. :Jpeci:1lty.i : : } :


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i-1. THE DAILY- NEWSl PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY. FEBRUARY 9. 1908

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An AttMk of Pneumonia Warded Off.

t TRAIN LOADS. JOHN WELSH 1 "Some time ago my daughter

caught a severe cold. She complained This

of pains in her chest and had a
r
s Richmond.,June 1.1
Received of The Southern Manufacturing Co.,
< directions and in two days she was Space
$-!,!g1.13 In settlement prepaid freight oza ai I
well and able to go to school.
i Train of 169 carloads-COOD LCCK" Baking BOOM FOR THAT WIDELY KNOWN j I WINTER STOCK have used this remedy In my familyfor

Pow.Ier5,06&Uvoun.Ia.. ON RAILROAD ; the past seven years and have
; CITIZEN Will
I I never known it to fail," says James
... L
4 DOCKS TO-DAY. I: ) Prendergast, merchant, Annato Bay
I ISeaboar.t Jamaica, West India Islands. The

Air Line By I 1 THE BIG STORE pains in the chest indicated an ap- Shortly

.. Laboring: men generally on the proaching attack of pneumonia,
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in I i mT which in this instance was undoubtedly .
docks this morning were open
iNNONOfiNNNINONMI'SOCIALECHOES .. .. warded off by Chamber-
:: 1 their discussion of John Welsh's -
I I[:}; :J1 J1ijj lain's Cough Remedy. It counter Contain
candidacy for the chair of the city'schief acts any tendency of a cold toward

!i; executive. .: Reduced Prices. ; prfeumonia. Sold by all druggistsand

I medicine dealers.
.........+.*NO.)...)..... It was an open secret that it was .
...
Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. N. nothing but a boom for Mr. Welsh/ Ii fI Regular communicationof Some

and of the kind at Escambia Lode No. 15,
Roberts at her beautiful home on one strongest
.:., Dress Goods Wash Goods. & : F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m.,
Barcelona street, entertained large G
that, too.
Monday, Feb. 2.
.
party at cards. Ei filled for six-handed euchre. A star invited.
especially at the noon hear, with the nja'3: quality, at..13.l ;
and crescent J joined was the score EIS'i 54-inch Broadcloth, worth 531 \V. D'C. KESSLER
card for each guest. The stars were scores of voters on the two railroad I $1.00 at............ ....... 85c 1,397 Yards Fancy Amos- [ HARRY W. GIIIBS, W. M.
:k 51-inch Basket Cloth at.... 9Sc keag Outing 9c s<.> Secretary.You .
punched for the lone hand and the docks, and it was not a little surprising .
64 incn Camels' Hair at... (>9iCO SHOE
crescents for the uuuber of games. to hear how eagarly the new Eti() ( .inch Thibet at.........$1 4'J One Lot Fancy Flannelett 1) I will consult your beet inter-

Mrs. Cbipley R Setze won a beautiful : and unofficially announced candidate -; : worth 10 at. ests by going to O. M. Pryor if you

china tray for the greatest number E.)' I1 I want furniture. He is i in position to

of lone hands. Mrs W. A. |I : was talked about. s., One Lt Fancy Bilks, loc.at.......... ...13c,: : sell cheaper thaa any other house in News.
your
,, f Blount cut with several ladies and i i Mr. Welsh has nothing to say upon I (E1'J choice at.... ...... .... 49e Fitchville Bleached DoMestic (1) i the city. I
won the first prize, a lundoae sofa the subject at present, intimating One Lot Eiderdown, your Monday only 10
pillow. The consotatiouV.hichwas : that his friends would do all thc 'M:.. choice at...... ...... ..... 35e yards" for..... .. Toe; fh.:., If you want your of/lea

'r cut for by all pret-eru, was won by furnished to Marston $ You
talking. .He is now holding the important -! tJ.; t"" I If go
, Miss Robertau t\
dub. I, place as chairman :of the I:j Et(:) I line of roll top desks
Miss Mallory and Mi-ies Cora aud board cf county commissioners, and Ladies' Union Suits, $1.50 Quality for..U.m: ....
I "' ........ .... .. '" I and oJl chairs-
Kathleen: xa11ory: .hd the ir-cores. everybody knows him. He is serv- Ladies' Union uits\l.OO Quality for.. .. .... 89J ae Wantto

l\lrs. Roberta was a-sited i by her i 1 in t:1:) Children'a Union Suits: $1.00 Quality for...... .... .... .... ... 8'9s .(:-J' I
his second that
si"terslrs.. A, :S. Mallury and Miss I I fag term place. "" Children's Union Suits, 75c: Quality for.... .... .... .... .... 51c! .'., SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER
j Hon C. Moreno Jones the present
Ellie Simpson.The IiI 1I 1II RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
incumbent, will stand fur re-election
delicate
rooms" were beautiful Skirts, Shirt Waists Millinery
drapery of bamboo covered the I' although he has not come right out 1

walls, handsome palms: and ferns and said so. He will receive ajhearty: I t1:;) and Cloaks. .s, .s, Department. .s, :ffl LINE.

were placed artistically here and :I support and his friends are unani- i/": On count .of our Limited .'t i;
All Our
Children's Cloaks and KeepYour
there. Graceful carnations and () Floor Space in this Depart- f,)1 The Pensacola, St. Andrews and
stately japonicas" were the flowers mous that his election is assured.As '.1...J Jackets factory Cost. ment. we will be Compelled to. <.0.,); Gulf Steamship Company has fixed
clean out all Fall and Winter the following schedule and rates to
which added beauty to the scene of 1 All our $3.008kut3 for.....$2 65
1' between Pensacola and the
a preventative aa well as cura- i Hats and these are the Prices fj) apply
mirth and elegance. Delicious refreshments tive medicine, Hood's Sarsaparilla ispre.emiD ,.!: All our $-I 00 skirts for.$3 39 that will move them: .!.; points named:
l. Hats .......... ....
were served after the for i BCIIEUU'LE.Steamer .
I l1t-its great merit is fully All our $:e.00: skirts: for.$1.2.:: ::9 '
.
game which ended one of the happiest (I'l $15o Hats for. ........ ..... ; ()
I
: established. :?. All Skirts over $;).00 at _5 per $:=: .511 Hats for .... ... ......$1.87 :.... Tarpon will leave Pensa::
y entertainments of the season. -- I cent of!. $300 Hats for .. .......... ..$236 ''iii'I cola every Tuesday night at b:30
(1 $,HO Hats for.. .... .... ....$269 f o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile Eyeon
r On account of the many: social entertainments NOTICE. ....,; All our Flannel Shirt Waists at $1.00 Hats for .. .. .. .. .... ..$2.9 .'IJ'. train and the P. & A. accommodation -
i and the "Deestriek (i 20 per cent off the Regular AilS, 6, 7, 8. 9 and $10 Hats at ; train. This will enable a
" Annual Meeting of I'rntiacola Library )I t'rice. 3:) per Cent oU the regular () i jE person to leave: Mobile at 5 p. in.,
. ;\ Skule at the house (t price'(1
Tuesday
opera I ''I'II ..... make cloe connection at Pensacola
; \""oClallon. ;
';. evening, the card party wiiich was and reach St. Andrews, the next
. to have been given by the O.ceola I: The annual meeting of the Pensa E;:) Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. 1:1i [:1 morning at 7 o'clock.I'.tsliN:6L.

.. club on that evenicg, has baen po t- cola Library Association: will be i:.: 1.i; Rolls of Good China Matting, this sale...... ....IS'2c the yard (:f' ; RtES.1'b .
poued indefinitely.Mr I hpld in their Library: Hall Tuesday ; (' pi"enger rate from Pensacola
; :
:)
- E,1 10 Rolls of Extra Good China :\httirg. this 8:110.: ... 2\:: the yard (; will Sea* follows This
I afternoon 1 :
at :30.
:?. James il. MulJou Las: i-*ued ,.:.: 12 Roll of Fine Japanese Matting, this sale.... .... tic: the yard ,.:.. I To St Andrews and St. AuJrews

. iuvitationi fur Thursday eveuiiigf'jrcuds i There are several matters of impor- (I) All-wool 3 ply Ingrain Carpet: at. .. .... .... ......67''..c the yard ([')Jt J- point-?(; W; round trip $10.

4 : tauce to be acted upon-in addition ,'. One PIece FlUe MO'lllet at.... .... .... ..... ...... ....U.3 .yard laid t To Aptlachicohi and CarrabelleS -
_ 1 at tier lovely: home on the bay | to the election of ollicers for the eu- $ Wi; rtuiiid trip $to.
Hus at 13; oL the
cent Prices SpaceMeyer
-1 ,. chore in honor of l.er guests, the ': suing year. | (: ; per Regular 'ij: I Thee fires: include fir-t.cia5s
,
cabin t:1teru'm and meals.
MUses Nicholson \tllntl.: :
1 All members of the Asociation
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i ,_' MM. Fredl'rickIar.h entertains I< : are requested to be present.| (:j' shoes. Clothing and Hats. (:j i, Further applying) information at the company's rail be securedby ol'lces ...

}t at her residenceVednecday afternoon | Arrange your business to be on hand i ..!.: Ladles Felt .Jullet, Fur Here is wht're'ou. lien can ...; I in the Thiesen building.; ..........
\{ promptly at hoar named 4:30. Trimmed 8hpper at.l.m: #
from 4 to 7 to lm'etIrs.. Win- i
I I(:'J' Ladies' Velvet save Dioney. ( j
Colonial. I "Deestrick l Skule" at house
i dLHe, \Irs. I1 rank Dana and Miss I ...., Slippers at............ ... 145 All our $15(10 Suite :i ."... opera
Be sure to bring the children to the for.$117
: I ; Tuesday night, February 3J.
: McClure. Ladies' Plain Felt House All our 1250 Suits for.... 9.i5 ; '
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"Deestrick Skule. f tiJO, slippersat: ............ ... bc: All our 10 00 Suits for.... !820 (tj J'.1
v Mrs. W. K. Hyer will entertain at I --- .:? 75 Ladles' Lace Pdt Tip All other Suits in Proportion. '::f: #?-PORTLAND CEMENT at. Shoe Cot
( cards Wednesday evening in honor Shoes at.....' .... .... .'.. 79c: A $I 00 herby for.......... bc! I $. M per barrel A. V. CLUUBS
1/' of her VALUABLE CITY LOTS. r'J' 53 pairs L:1dles: Spring A $1.5) Derby ...... ....$ () Corner Bru and Uarden (streets.
Miss Robertson of
I guest San .:.. Shoes! Lace and Button 69J: I A 52.50: Derby for.... ......$l.15! %i;:
bj i Francisco. ; 6i pair!' Childrpn'j t hoes, II A $1 00 Crusher for.... .... 89c :You; can get your house i
('J .... .... I'urmVlirrti for Cash Only
worth jic;:: to fUN) 59c (r1) furnished with
!l I I Of the number of lots See show window complete I
recently for
One of the largest card parties ofthe large 10 pairs: Mer's Oil Tan i our re- ,,'.' .I
II [ purchashed by Mr. 0. M. Pryor ; : Hunting .... .... ...$: :: duced prices on Underwear. elegan, furniture at Mar-; I
season wagiven S iturday evea-
:
!,' fi jby Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Harman i and placed on sale to desirable pur- I t(1.) ,(:) ston 4' Quina's on easy p .
'. : in honor of their guet, Mrs. t chasers many have been: sold, but I ; Buggies, Wagons and Harness. :';i ments weekly. ? or montnty.FOR .
'./m. G tIt Chipley of New Orleans. j some of the choice-t are still held by () ( d _
S { him.l I ,: We have bought: the entire stock of BUg'ieFl, Wagon;::. Harne", .! LUMBERCall marvelous
The rooms were artistically decorated I MEAT & MALT has a
I He will !sell! to actual settlers on i Etc., of the Beers' Carriage Co., and will mike this a Special i
I dietetic \Vhilerefreshingand
,' the walls hung with! bambioq : ( I (rjij) f) on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. j
' ; and most favorable terms, as he i is, determined [ Department under the personal management: of Mr. Beers in the 1 : i : pleasant to take, it helps assimila-
*-* holly increasing! in appearancet.t .:.. : for estimates before placing
t-inlrJ
; to build this future. : 'I Lion of fond. bv
; '- the !sizd of the rooms i;') that the I| __ n up- -- -property. I your orders for lumber. dlG-lin DANXHEHSER: .

t.' si. very large partyenntd only to Do you want a magnificent watch m i: WE MARK THE SELLING PRICE OS ALL OUR GOODS IN .m;
' comfortably fill them. Beautiful 1 for little ? If call PLAIN FIGURES. I
money so oc
' I Ii i3iephens : i
(;)
'j vases of carnation were arranged 1 ;i !, the jeweler. He will (l
gractfully here and there Delicate commodate aC'1 I BRAWNER'SC.LEA

Japanese. Ijntt-ras. added to the f.oftII' j j -you.------ j: Jlilliant I0lH0ou) k I0u. !E;j

light shed from the roee-shaded :F Fcltandeli Hot French Waffles with I

I ..rs. j j jElegint Florida Cane Syrup at : I II
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. refreshment were serve:! L1 ... ... ...._......-._.-.//eTiR i/erTY.T....--.
i Solomon's. !' VV/.W/Wr, 1.'Wvrw.W W. ; ANOE SALE
!q .) at the close of the game; all linger- _

'I jag as long as possible to enjoy the : I went to Pryor's furniture house

: delightful hospitality so graciously j jextended. on West Government street and

\H The two young nieces of' furnished my entire house for just mlm W MftOHINE[ SHOPS I ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
It' Mrs. Hagerman, Misses Fay and i) one-half of what I expected to pay.

!,l I' Alice Harris daintily pawned iul! It was a surprise tome, and I don't ,
::1 light dresses:: were kept busy marking know why I remained single so long. I 78 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I &4 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth all
fi 803-805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
------ -- suits all wool, worth $3, special sale
, the scores. The prizes were won Colors regular tl yard, this sale 89c!

'I as follows: The highest! score prize THE MARKETS.COTTON Valves, Cocks aid EienlMw in this line W Courtly en H ud. \ El J8 Remember suit. we carry a full line of yard.

\ to Miss, Kathleen Hutchinson, a Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin 41-
,.1 handsome ormula and gilt clock. PrOlUltt"'ork-Ueasonahle Prices. J J'( Cl IIUGBES Pron I prices to suit everybody.Look Inch Dress Goods latest out, regular

.! o Mrs. J. Picket Jones won the consolation REPORT- a1 .S at PHONE 123-292. ?* "* J* .+t \ t t on at Ladies'our Show Underwear.We Window. for $f 1 yard this sale 89c yard.

I f a beautiful royal six vase. :, prices carry a swell line of Ladies' 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool
I f Mrs. Charles H. Dishmau captur I Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so and Silk, regular {1 yard, this sale

i 4r ed the booby, a framed picture. Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. GREENHUT & CO. everybody can wear one. lie yard.
. ; 70 doz !Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
The first gentleman's prize.sterling Lowe& Co. A
Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta. silk; warp regular f 1 yard tbh
, clothes brush, was won by }Ir. A. M. Spots. drawers to match. sale !S5c yard.

A very. The consolation, a bronze I Good Middling......... ......8 13-1G .WHOLESALE GROCERS 60\ doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot

smoking set, by Mr. W. K. Hyer, Jr. Strict Middling. ........ .....8 11-16 I ... worth match. oOc, special 35c; all colors regular Sic yard, thIs sale
drawers to 25c:: yard.
; Capt. I. H. Aiken won the booby, a ( ...... .
Middling .S 9-16 I 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts flfTJust Received a Full Line
large hand carved German pipe. I i Strict: Low Middling.... ......8 3-SI I Ii Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. worth $1 special 75c; drawers Waistlnga, regularise:: yardthis sale
; Delightful music rendered by Lowlidliling..8 1-16 to match. 13c yard.
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Wyer's orchestra added to the -- -- 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel'eHair 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-

general pleasure of the evening.Mrs. Tone Steady THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL "OEESTRICK SKULE" REHEARSALThe Undershirts, worth $UiO. special Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale
rUTUUKS. ?!; drawers to match, in White, 9Sc each.

f Harry Forbes aud Mrs. Bleek-i March .. ................ ............7i "skollars"are requested to be I, Red and Fawn colors. 23 Ladles' R .ady.to.Wellr Rainy-
Showers and coder We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
FORECAST-
; er Forbes entertain baturday: afternoon tonlKht;Tncsaay. fair and colder; winds at "skule" tonight at 8 o'clook sharpto Shirts and Drawers!, worth $3; spec- worth (4 special eale $2.18 each.
t j from 3 to 4:30 to meet Mr?. -- I becoming northwest and fresh. meet the teacher. The trustees I ial to close $1.20 each. 60\ Ladies' Black and Colored
f I Harry Holland: of Detroit. NAVAL SIOltt-M: MAHKET.Reported I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1.50, special
Judge Avery, Judge Blount Mr.
and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 9ta; each.
: Daily for The Newt bj Temperature In Last 24 Hours: Parkhill, the Mayor, and the 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Fig;
i Philip M. Ball is in Jacksonvilleand Union Naval Store Oo. Mailmnm: __ ..... 4:1: degreesMintmum pa- 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and ured Skirts, worth $2 50 to $6, special
_____. trons make
are to
: will probably not be home until B081H.8rlIT & Mr. Ball WW___......ft :!\) Ii- _.JO "skule" of it. drawers to match. Jackets oar price
J Tuesday night. went over WU____ 8 W) C _.'_.._ 1 3S' Elsewhere: We carry a full line of Ladies', '1.48 to $8 each. You will save
't to that city in response to a message ____ S 55 F______.1'W Mia. )lu. We have just received our Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
announcing the Illness of his mother. 311_____ 835 E._ .. _.1 tool Atlanta.. __ .__.._-_ ttI lAChicago. line Go- that we can save you 25c on. buying.
K--.3U D.__ 181t Bismarck..__, ________-U 1 Ift -2 1903 of Heywood Remember-We carry a fall line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at I1.0
42Cincinnati.
f Hot French Waffles with -___ 2113 CAbelow_._ 1 sa __i __5fl MGalreston : Carts with all the latest im of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on to $5; worth nearly double.
. Florida Cane $ TUKPBNTIHB;'bid. _____II:! *i Call and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted piece
Syrup atSolomon's. Huron._._.. _.o> IQ provements. see
-- j jut2 price off other merchants. snltwortb $1.60, special 98c suit.
: Jacksonville._._______5S 74Kanswflty beauties.
_______2s e.' them they are

i i. 11- udrlg's, f lie Best far oc.CEMENT. MARITIME. )Key Mobile Wert____'_:i-'_____.__"l 1'(1 50 7*es'l 1lemphll Marston $ Quina. Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat

Montgomery __ 4* f* Ours. Remember the Place,
Hot Frenoh Waffles
PORTLA D a New Orleans 5s T4 with
, $2.60 per barrel. A. V. CLUBKS, ARRIVED.Br Sew York_______W! 4> Florida Cane Syrup aSolomon's t F. E. BRAWNER.
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!aTanna- 51 li: 105 S. Palafox St.
Corner Bru and Garden Streets.: ich Olympia*, Ryan L'Ulla to master St. LouIs ___,_li 62
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