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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1903
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VOL.! 39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. k '
FEBRUARY 4. 1903 NO 93 KM I

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-IA OrS ILLUSIONS.CVE I ranged upon the same principle. shows VERBAL I nlarity In the plays of old pre-Ellza-I .'/.'t.r. t, 1, t t1f. ,
IIASES.W9RDS
the head and bust of a lady supportedon betban dramatists and Is even used by THE FISH SURGEON. tmnely corpul OJwIeUy. At 1 :
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a three legged stool resting on a length they tun float on their :.: ,
Shakespeare on occasion.It >
OF PROFESSIONAL small table. One backs. Final} they ,Je But in nine" ,L .
:fttl can apparently see
c 5; THAT GT TOO FAMILIAR TO was partly In ridicule[ of the silly
cot only between the legs of the tableto OPERATIONS WHICH HE PERFORMS cases out of ten one dose of castor oil : 1'; t'i .:
C2VJRERS; : REVEALED. SJIT: SOME TASTES.TSie custom of using this and other similar "
the back of the stage, but through UPON HIS PATIENTS. cures this disease '" day. Fish often "..": ;. 1
Idiotic .
--- verbal doubles which had
survived ,
the space between tbe stool and the ta lose' appetites become thin and weat ; 1 '.
il" M) "!""" Are Dr.trored: Scientific Tad ot Old 'u part even until his time. that
II." Clothing and apathetic. Their trouble then \Is Ji !
:
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tin- 'lrii.!.M Shurn o( Their ble.In Tlii;>> In Sew 'l't.-rnill-Strnte ".'ordll Rabelais makes Pantagruel speak of"mDrramborizeverzeugirizeqnoiiuemor Inltt.aDd: Shear Are tied, and the .,' ,
Bli this case the three legged: stool is FIkh stomachic and nux: votnica. with them :& \ 'F:
Slay lie Kept Out of'at..r ;
;at-Hi >') <* 1'1'1' it the 3IeebaDlmnU arranged; with mirrors precisely as in Hie :,-;t-,;..". cf Which Arc Coiu- : I4roii as with human beings; affords quick tift. !'!
rite tIt Seven 3lIuuellowMedicines : ;
U, Liod v'I'U" ". the tripod Illusion[ but the table which i4onlr' :3:13unaecoeI.: gasacbaquevezinemaffretiding my t'ooreye" relief. A drop of dilute nus vomlcs f. 'r Lf I,

,v thi scenes view of the fa- has four legs is managed; differently. When the repcrt was recently circu-! anti ask angrily of Mr. Mauhound _Administered.. will bring back a fish's appetite restore -. f; ;J .: !-tt

..s with which conjurers A large: mirror I Is placed diagonally under Ir.trd Oat a pi eminent; public uiaa bad have whether It vas not enough to The.fish doctor like the regular doctor its weight and make It active and !'11'1 ." ,, JI

the table, joining to opposite legs. "morcrocastebezasteverestegrigeligoscopaponJrillated gives medicine performs surgical chl'l'rful-\l'W Voik Tribune. '
: and delighted ilt It rl
geucraon lost Us; lU'e: tLrougU; accidentally:! JahsKag us all in our -
Thus tile !spectators really only sees upper operations and his .. "
superintends 1'1"oOOchurch
.I : bus peculiar fasciiv > : a (i-iantity of carbon d:'oxide. members but yotf must also apply patients' '" ; .
three of the legs: the fourth being simply diet and environment These \\ parish. Wlrral.! England : .' : .i'
.. are few of \vbo such "f
us the mil la tlio street began at once iu- morderegrippiatabirofreluchamburdurecaquelurintimpaniments
the reflection of the firt.ew -
are the principal operations which he has a parish! cow' which may be borrowed J,
n chil.Usb illusions so York World.CHARM :itlt> was.s to our for II year at a stretch for 04 t h! 4It .;

ill not partvith them shin1>01I8 "London TitRits.THEuLLFlGHTER. performs: Trimming the fish's tail with \
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\ cf fao. etibon tUosiJes .
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a I.* > f cents us the result=: of a legacy.A ,of" ; '::
bow OF THE ORANGE. .'' fish shears when fungous growths enlarge j.
We have Lt't
i' ei .ng; i.-ri.y uiiotlur uaia:' for caibomej'.cid : : ;
it; stripping the fish to remove GOOD PfES HlPTION. p': ,}
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The 1olulloo of the lultennl gas.; ois of il.e jicljcis: of IMIU- '.. the eggs or milt that have not been
I \. i'h-s of some of tile i Icturrs ferlf Conncloua and the .
: Fruit of ('oiasumerec. buslloii; ai.U a co.siiii.t of aiuojpXTic ;- ,3c naturally t'positl'dch.ing; with the LIIIIbt..r nn a Sloui.it Ii Cure and a. / "
I I' 1'c;..&lar Hero of Spain.! 'Pt "
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For aIr.CacLoi.ic. lance Aid tu 1! :,lIb. t] '. ti
: centuries the orange was the esclusive : :- tumors, lacerated scales and ; !
:. I. Is as dl'\'er'ls well could mi&tauc:
You never a bullfighterfor
: of bone. Worry Is but one of the forms J'' ., .
splinters
..;.! possession of the Latin, Mongolian acid g.ts is Ivuic.vu by :several : many "
as allY. A heavy of other culling. lIe
,! .jo-t is exhibited. An cud Malay races. Thon it was different i Kami's. as, for instance.c.u'Ujii a wan any Among the medicines that tile fishdoctor of fear, so that worry tends to tbe .4 :11
asd enforces himself a street costumethe > -, '
carried to India, then America and it-\iJ! Cuil.oulc: o: :.dc aiiil car- I upon gives are castor oil for swellingof production of indige.itioii. Indigestion N : : ;i
m a large canvas bag "
... which is; securely fas- fell under the improving touch of the boric: uiiliyui! Ide.: I details of which are as immutable the swimming bladder and nux vom- tends to put tilt buly of the subject in t<, '.I.'
those of soldier's uniform. His
Anglo-Saxon.:: I'.ringing together; the ('O : IIMI.Kfor terribie as a Ica for debility and emaciation. This a condition that favors worry. There !C\' ,. a
: : i.s a a
i :I.bag; is placed in theII >1ll1jJIoU -
hair must be brushed forwanj o\ 1'1' hisears .
is thus established vicious circle r. '
> loeked aiid roped. incomparable. Jaffa as a seedling, from and vv iJ" l'I'l'lll t! sir.se u known specialist also presides over the food a i:. ".,. .f
? he must be smooth sha\en he '
I'alestine, the Mclitensis! from Malta :i.d uiMcrsiiHU l.y practically! of the fish, inspects their food troughs which tends to perpetuate itself each I' ,\
loncealed for few every
a secwlieli
v must wear a tiny pigtail, his jacket "
; element! augmenting the other. ,
amid others he budded and Si and makes I
grafted thoroughly microscopic examinations :
it is revealed the occu- uau, \\ ni..n ai.d cL.ld in Unzlaud.
not come below his waist line Ills .
Florida until the fruit was brought may of their water to see that it It Is necessary to secure a cheerful '
Hut :
the n.edlcal
: it the dosed and f1'ltt'I'Iilr.'l'r on the I .
uug upon blurt is deeply tluted, and hi its frout he
wholesome atmo-pbere for the
dya-
through blending: and selection to the contains the life giving elements .
proper
!beside him. The cords aud lookout for sonieiliing; new in the way diamond his
wears magnificent a as
. '. box are intact. highest pitch of perfection, as it seem of professional: nouu'iiclaturc elected as in their due proportions. Regarding: [ peptic. He should eat his meals at a ,
earnings and the gifts of his admirers
table where there is good fellowship[ :: ,
ed. these
matters which
are as Important
-i .ashing feat is accomplished some yi.rs back to call it phthisis can sUl'plr."lll'n he walks the streetson -
,, Rut strangely enough there came to healthy as to sick fish. the leadingfish and where funny stories are told lIe .- -
I'upant of the bag has invviMHleu and theu just when that unsellableword his high French heels glancing self
: should himself make n great effort to
plug in the mouth out of the province of liulivla IJrazil began to be known and reccgtiizeJ doctor of 1'hiladelpbia recentlysaid i.t'olltrihllte i.
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from beneath his flat brimmed .
consciously his share of this at the table, ; .
still another of those 'j;
Sedhiflg-One consummate :
is being done. When they evolved another ,'
jet -
lying; : sombrero, he is followed on everyside I even if it be necessary it was in one ,; ;. "t
: blossoms of perfection "A food trough: of enameled ware .
l'H.-.ed.! he pulls it out. slips culosis. "
through ce-iturlcs of waiting on nature by pointed lingers.To that will not rust should be used for case under my wire, for him to solemnly "I!
1. pulls off the cords And as with consumption so with
grtslal"'s
sit with him at a cafe table, is a and collect '
the cords over the top by the Latin which time .\nll'rlcann'c'IIllIU"llI's most other complaints. A quarter of a I ; fi.h.t! the same time each day their seriously funny para ; > :;
i and the of Mad- '
I distinction youngest i irill's graphs from the and at first Interject
in press, =:; : ,
by cross pollination oatmeal should: be put in this trough :
century ago e\ l'lI eminent physicianswere "
flush with ,
golden youth pleasure them t'
live -Irs-the r.ahia or navil orang which should always be kept iu the spasmodically during; lulls f,
i 'lie the chest is roped lie is content to of of
speak smallpox, $
when in he nods
to them.
in
public places tile conversation at tile table The ; :
iicst. has It had reached the acme cf quality not same plhve, and as a consequence of ; i,
a secret opening, typhoid fever cf lockjaw.! Tud.iy) they I if.- >
At the fashionable hour in the 1'rado very efforts and determination of the .- "
} and \\liil is bid- only! in flavor but In its attribute of Ibis treatment tbe fish will gather. '
thf't'wl. \ it calledatiula enteric and tetanusrespectively. "
are tf honor in '
they :: \e jim the scat the lUau to correct Lis own silent habits at ,
awls out. A slim man is seedlessncss.Now i pround their trough at mealtime, which r '
automobile. It is a survival of the rJlations table, to correct his feelings of dis- :;
pi >yed to do the trick. is not that a proper food for the A doctor when giving evidence before they will Instinctively recognize, asprevdi'y
of the 'patron" and the ;Jadiator. louragimcnt and worry, were in themselves -
IT fair trick is one of the ultimate llIln-l fruit whirh has no 1.1 otbi-r !: as hoes, burying: their noses
the
an ignorant east jimmy 1 ,
.\11\li1l riturn for this social recognition a promise of success. The effort .
.: in the repertory of the progeny; no future, no possible function d.iy said that the imiut-ditite cause of iu the food when it is sit before them I
when Sunday: comes, the mat- l1Illle'n:! adequate to the o sta- r .
\vi !mail stands before a except as a minister to him? The and eiovdng; : and pushing one anotherin ,
deathas "a violent and ,
prolonged adore before be kills the bull bows to dos to be overcome lie succmled! and .,
..ur ten feet high and< orange has been called the universal a healthy ravenous and hogllkemanner. ; .
lit of combined Hull
; tpistaxls Momator-
tie box ill which his rich patron: sits the sjK-ctacle of that man trying to
of and it i is for its Time should! be cleaned t
fruit
< fralll'I.out three commerce, so trough "
rhagia.! It would one would think ,, and throws him his three cornered hat lie funny at table when he felt thoroughly \
i nis t a small shelf aroma carries it unharmed the acrid Lave licen far easier for him to havespoken once a day lost it get sour, but the water '
and by doing tills with euthe (discouraged awl blue is
so one we (
1i
1 'I i iirror the bottom juices of its peel protect it against insects. of a blcedii-g at the no'-e and of the Csh should 1':11'1,1he chmangeihEvemi : .
i I hearts of lo.Om) men. shall never forget i
Its toughness endures lung transportation I I I '
.1."I'n! inches, from when it becomes foul smelling it
mouth an.lhe would all'ents haveLad .
at | What the ef ct his fame, his silken laughing; ; is in itself also n useful i
-, having: been duly and cvcrywhire on earthmen I should only be changed gradually 1
the satisfaction of
making himself c::hcs and his loth of gold have upon I I exercise from the standout of diges- :
\. "111:111 mounts i cageily; seek Its subtle charm audIts understood. quart a day 'I-(or to change, it all
I tbe women of :Spain: has been sung by tion. It stirs up all tile abdominal \
i Minis to arrange exquisite: 1I1.tar.Th' at once lias the effect of a terrible ex I
,
Most: people now living can remember KHierarions of poets, playwrights and organs, it increases the circulation of ',_
". 1 ., :' : -.r Sf! is asked to orange is not strictly a food, but the time when 1.eh'I'a'l'I'e! I I plsul'l'-Io', in.lced the same as if you .'.
known novelists of his own country.-Hit-hard the blood it increases peristalsis, it increases ,
'. "., \i..t: .' .Mm :''iid again it is greater. It is the connecting link should snatch a child from its warm '
Kcntrically as aijimalcul-c not I! tho secretion of j ;
very Harding l>aus in Scribuer's.: gastric juices. ..
;
> 1' I', ", !I"' .i> o the name: of tile to a higher status the guarantee and bed and lay it naked out of doors in the '
strictly scientific definition, perhaps Five minutes' deliberate laughing; after : \
ir.. !I. preserver of health and of intellect. Tile l'uhlniht wind ami SUOIt \\.." IS
but one easily understandable and conveying A irutle Hint. each meal would be an excellent prescription *: '
F,!''i,ili.t:; lo "r.' I pan., !t '!mi- perform-/ gross; ;gormandizing: on meats, the curse is not the detention of fiMi from I t j'
distinct for Doc i"
moreover, a idea to A certain butcher is renowned among some lll'Ol'le.-FaUllly
'r tin! :>ij a siii.ill -ireiti in front of of drink, burning the braia hardeningits their native element that makes fish "
any one of ordinary education and in- his contemporaries for the quaintness tor.

KIT. t: i's a ji,Mul at tin sj'nt; where delicate NIlI\'ulutions-llwsl' are ii.? *Jligcnce.K and originality of some of his remarks.On surgiry tlllaeult, for they can be kept : t"

-iiI'1 I IN !s.iiiiiiiiL'; Miaiflii-s: away: the fountains of ills innumerable the pangs out of the water for live, six and seven OF
THE BIRTH JAPAN. i
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that very reason doubtless, the a road leading to a neighboring
-,':. Ml,i, :i.mil'ie) ii.ts ViltllNliei! ) of go'it, tu! sudden and black tirror of minutes without the slightest harm
title in question was voted out of date parish[ he one day met a gentleman who .
I I' !. i4.i.| i,,,iiiiu! .,inl si.les! of the mir- apcpk'\y. F.ut this gentle and benign to thriii, and there is no operation that Curious Legend of the creation .
and old fashioned and the word "bacil at the time owed him for some meat. t
.r ii. ni- "I't-eii' : in \ 11'\\' nil the time and pliarmacopu-ia: : of nature: these fruits requires a longer space of time. Iut Handed V..,,,. liy the Japanene. '
hi was substituted.> This means literally After a salutation the gentleman remarked -
'i, i ,i> i'. nier( Ins lii-cii hidden for a with their wonderful! I Mending! : of corrective what makes it dillicult is the di illeli- The following Is the curious legend ',.

.. .I ,. .fix acids UIIlII..I.llills. are the ready "little sticks, certainly a mostnovel : tuition! of the flesh to heal after it has of the creation! as it is told In Japan: ,
definition but one that scarcely "That's a fine fat dog you have. Alexander. .
!I. .' M.iet I'M: in the fact that the nu'-llcamont: tf the ultimate lIIan.s t b< cu cut. A wound to heal requires to Clouds formed the bridge on which J
strikes the average lay mind as being; .
!I";.. i r i-irt of thc mirror is made \ 'I' advance in horticulture! and develop be 111')'. Nothing I is more deleterious to once god Yzannghi and his[ spouse I
either lucid or suitable. Nevertheless $at' wed he may. sir, was the reply
.
.'. i n' !l.iitiuiM! nf the upper IirtI : <*:!LI'r seedless and perfect fruits we It than any sort of moisture, and hence Yzuuuma stood poudcrlug ou the riddle .;
it was accepted and at last: became "for he has an easy conscience and is r
I "' .eili-i I l.y a second sheet of shill a; nri'.ici te! pi-rfict regiimn: of aliUlicr the troubles of a fish wound bathed of existence whether the beginnings : t t' '
familiar to the man in tile street. oot 0' debt and that's mair than you orI ,
d! .J!' *N |101,1".1| 1 in front of it. ; humanity. Florida TimesUuba. and soaked in water all the time. Inevitably of worlds and the beginnings of J J "
That of course could not be tolerated. can say:
1 .' i:f iN: .uainst the line of I l therefore, fish operations are life lay slumbering: ; in that tea of ; I
Imagine a bacteriologist using a Tin.- hint was taken and the butcher' '
.
i, :i' .1 I -LI'I !: !i-s the mirror to be simple) and slight.: chaos. Yzauagbi; apparently more enterprising i
word wbiili conveyed any meaning to gOt his money next day.-London Answers / ,
'' :' I'V t il.e :11141"11I'1's! soon as THE COOKBOOK One of them is time trimming of tails : than philosophically Iiidiued : ;,:
anybody outside his own charmed circle -
.' ''i I !i- |.|,mi tl:.. mirror slides: Hilarged to unwieldiness' by growths seized his shimmering spear It
The idea Is both degrading: andpreposterous
i f.-'i nno the top of the Dip: sliced) onions in mik! before fry She :Needed It. of fungus.; In this work sharp shears, and plunged it into the black and '
so be set to work forthwith -
I :.., 'I'-riM-M' tf (|1js mirror is ; An old (colored o ilia II who had saved with blades oddly 'un'l..l-tish shears- t-1'l' hiuj; Hood. Fulling it up again, bo J
ing.IVe and invented whole host of terrific .,
v \ 1'1 j t.ie: uiiddli' leaving; a hole bacon: fat for frying chicken uj a little money went to her lawytr are employed. The fish is lifted from discovered seven salt drops on its diamond
urbal aliases.lie .
,'.MI niches square: which game, oysters and clams. called them for schlzomycctl's to consult with him about investing it the water and held head downward point Mbicb dropping condensed ,) (
example -
'" > ,-1,1\ i-iincealed fromievv .\ ham is greatly improved if, after ueuromuskelzcllen 111'ulilal.Irhl'n she was asked, says while its tail is being tritJl\ll<'ll. A dexterous and formed the island ot Cuso-

", '!',u:>;" ;-I:L-s at the lase. biing boiled it is wrapped in buttered megacoc- Harper's Magazine, what interest,; she operator gets through; the work kuroslma. 1 ,1:1':

-" -." V.i! !"..Ie! the lady I instantly paper! and l-aked fur an hour. tl and polyrnorphonuclear leucocytes, expected she answered in a very sure iu two or three minutes.: There Is no Thereupon Yzan.tghl and his spouso : .' .
,0/| which as well as half a hundred other things; wound selected the of earth which bad 4 1. .
i
blood and
eipes by a board In making sauces; always dissolve the and emphatic i manner: llovv! of no paring! spot .
while for tile chemical substances incidental -
,' l'll-li..1.| that will heal hence tail trimming thus been created as their permanent
| forward from behind butur III the.saaiepau.. add the Hour "Twelve per cent, Mr. Jedge.; not ; 'Jj.t "
to the science! he Invented such
'" 'S \, Lie the vanity fair by- When the attorney expressed some is in nine cases out of ten successful dwelling place and peopled it with In't. ,
first and after that: the vvattr or stock.A '
v p'.ng Jfl. The glass then delightful turns as 'tetrahydroparaincthyloxyquinoline" surprise, she explained her position It must be resorted to often with Japanese numerable genii of anima! and plant iH ;
of clove mullt'lllOlIl1a\'OI's
mingling: and -
'" 1AI'' 'i-ain. t1: (' screen is re"i "tetramethyldiamidotriphenylcarbiuoloxalate. thus: goldfish; for these costly and life Iud spirits of the dements. Anti .

1. a"j the mirror appears just in the afternoon tea is delightful. Drop ." "Well jedge, I ain't got much money graceful creatures with their reSl'rDLlance around this "palace of Immortality" 4!'

a whole clove III each cup just before -The too, is getting commoner Awadsl tho if
craze. [ other Islands
v have rose eight ,
'S it was before.A an' yo" see I has ter git a big per cent to strange: golden flowers '

.,' ,cr ,.f tl.e most astounding feats serving.: among other than scientists. Take the tor make tails bigger than their bodies and when island of foam; the mountainous Cue f' I,

': '' '''I:, !r:, U..IKIC: is that (it making a In taking a pie with a meringue from word "reeking," for instance and ask up. their tails, as frequently happens, become Yamato, blessed with fruit; Yyo. unsurpassed 1 :

i*'r',1 i or oliject apparently float in the the oven if It is left in the warm kitchen your friends what they understand by IleTerxed. affected with fungus, they are unable In Its beauty; the quinquan- t' :'

,r, the meringuei1i remain Huffy but It. orUeekin one will say.Vhy, gular Tsikousl Sado. rich In '
A indeed copper
iMiipio of ordinary chairs are "A horse ran away with my brother, to swim well and sometimes, -

(1'iiVi! "a& thi- stage-well toward the It taken into the ('Otllt: falls. reeking means dripping with moisture and he hasn't been out of doors for they drown. A fish "drowns"technically and gold; Ykl one of the pillar- of !'1J

-1' I'll is draped with black cloth It turnips are parboiled twenty minutes soaked with wet." You will derive three weeks.I when floating with its bead heaven, and Oko, surrounded by three i '

-," in water to which a little baking some amusement from his surprise .
'! ,'! 'i these is laid a broad, thick "That's nothing. My brother ran out of the water, it dies from asphyxiation. satellites.
:.1.' A soda: has been ad l'dllllll then this water when you tell him that reeking means Sivh was tbe birth of Japan of that '.
jouiifr lady is then introI away with a horse, and he hasn't been .
', is thrown off and fresh water used "smoking steaming." A chimney can Itsamiable '
land with
; curious of
!
Fuslyama .
> I !is assisted( to place herself out of.doors for three years. -Baltimore The knife Is used on fish to remove
to finish cooking they will cook more reck. When a horse reeks with moisture of artisans. ,
"! : r- ..'!, nt position on the plank. American. tumors or lacerated scales or splintered population artist .

!H il, ii"iu s aside the (chairs and tender null be of much better flavor. it Is because its flanks smoke and bones which unexcised, would cause Its graceful teahouses its glistening ,. ,.

I :- lit the lady on it. remains steam. Better than Gold. the fish's death. Lacerations of the silks. Its grotesque dwarf trees Ita ia

; : .' siiNieiiltHl| in the air. Tot REMARKABLECURE_ OF CROUP.A The change from the real meaning; to "I was troubled for several years scales are only treated when they are white cranes and dreamy lotus ponds. :

,' that given[ it In popular. present day with Harper's Magazine. J" :
chronic and
indigestion
| i' tlie plank is not supported nervous so severe that the fish without treat

| 1.1'm tikes a large hoop and Little Bay' Life Saved.I phraseology can easily be traced. Any- debility," writes F. J. Green, of ment would surely die. This operationIs \
: ;' '.wurd and forward: over have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's thing very wet will reek In frosty Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme successful about 70 per cent of the Diamonds are worth ?:;i.000.000) a J

until I began uing Electric Bitters ton. Heniember this and don't pay a f
weather the wetness has been assumed -
,
: so die
cent
: -I I:" plank. Cough Remedy. It cases. Tile remaining 30 per
which did me more good than cent more.-Philadelphia Uecord.
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: '' ,' an attachment. soon saved my little boy's life and I feel to be the real characteristic of all the medicine I ever used. They because their wounds do not heal. _ p.

: ) is placed in position on that I cannot praise it enough. I reek. have also kept my wife in excellent Stripping is an operation resorted to The of Russia doubles ;

: .' .rrll =l" placed behind the bought a bottle of it from A. E. Bteere Then there is "lurid which nine health for years. She says Elec- when In the breeding season the fish from natural population Increase sixty t I .t
one
:, : Mid supporting a strong people out of ten use in an entirely tric Bitters are just splendid for through some malady or other. does every M
., of Goodwin 8. D.
and when I
iv\.n' bent upon itself is got wrong sense. Ask a man what color female trouble! ; that they are a not deposit naturally Its eggs; or Its years. '

,' : !i": >* ird by an assistant so that home with it tbe poor baby could lurid is,' and he may answer correctly grand tonic and invigorator for weak milt The patient In this operation Is ?

. '' -r' ', I 1.11', which is covered with hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas but the chances are that be will say run down women. No other medicine held with the left hand while with the The one great virtue of Burnett'

| '1"i. comes out through a slit directed every ten minutes until "ICed flame, orange or bright yellow." can take its place in our fami- right a firm pressure is exerted alongIts Vanilla Extract U purity. It U rea 1

' ,. '''In.tlll! while the ('xh"IIJitor is "threw up" and then I thought sure Of course, lurid means smoky or dull ly." Try them. Only 6Oe. Satisfaction sides from the breast down to the vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla .ii
he was going to choke to death. We guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem-
!| .: t. mesmerize the lady. The had to pull the phlegm out of his color. London fog is lurid. Thick, suffocating berte 121 South Falafox street. taiL Stripping[ [is the least dangerous extract. (Always use flur- / vA
smoke is lurid. i { f
Its end a very strong clip mouth in great lone strings. I am of all the operations In fish surgery. nett's)

;, /: '' ; i'inner' while making his positive, that if I had not got that Lurid and livid are almost synony- If want office Admirable results are obtained by

j i' '[,,':,'' !'i-ses, guides this on to the bottle of cough medicine my boy mous. Lurid flames are flames choked you your dosing fish with medicines. Castor oil TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY ., .

/. _: !. i ,e chairs are then removed, wiuld not be on earth today.-JOEL and hidden by smoke. A lurid sunsetIs furnished go to Marston for swelling of the swimming bladder, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet* All .

j ,.! I' 1 .-:rI| remains suspended by DEMONT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale not a brilliant one, but one dull and Quina's. They have an elegant Is a remedy that seldom fails. A fish's drogglsti refund the money K it falls tocore. I .

S :''v. -,' -.iron bar. by all druggists and medicine deal- gray and cheerless.Of line of roll top desks dose of castor oil Is one drop diluted box.. !;1'JO.ltudOiu's:.. W. GroTe'sJslgnature ii on tach I

/ "''i'! Is ers. the use of verbal aliases adminis-
1 iiassed along from one course, slightly. The liquid may be ,

I'1'; 1 it reaches the bend where is not an absolutely new departure. It and office chairs tered either with a spoon or with a file Best '
t L.r Goldring's No. 3 saloon at the for 5c.
: J'is-es through the curtain. is only that we of this generation In quill toothpick. The process In each Il.
j. Union depot since its opening has nv .
;A I '.'rf-rijt-r passes it round time end our wild strivings after novelty have TERS AT NIC APOSTLE'Sfsters case ia similar. The fish Is held In an

"L' I",".' l"'irj ana himself walks be- become noted as the place to find so enormously increased and multiplied erect position. Its bead well up. and the We are the only furniture
: !, Try them. -
I' --.iijj; the ring: along In the op- the best and purest brands of liquorsto them. the taste of our grandfathers today.NIC APOSTLE. drippings from the toothpick or the dealers in the who :

!II v1':; '!-motion.; Next It is brought be found in the city. You will and great-grandfathers lay rather' In contents of the spoon are directed Into city car- :

.4S.;: ; ::.: "'m. and the effect Is such that receive polite attention and be made the direction of using over and over Rolls, at 5 p. m., lOol its mouth. Sometimes they flow forth ry a complete line of china ;3

me;-t' a:I'" r.iuo::; spectator Is convinced that welcome. again two or three long and uncommon t Solomon's. I again through the gills, and In this cases and sideboards. We

A umj, ;bas really] been passed over words. event the dose must be repeated.A sell them fur cash
or on $
-iuy null the board from end to .PORTLAND CEMENT at Thus honoriScabilitudinitatibns as a swollen swimming bladder Is a

t.J. 2..60 per barrel. A V. CLUBBS, synonym of fame, eminence, occurs y's Kidney Cure frequent and dangerous ailment of easy payments. Marston $ J

& ot'Jcr! very effective Illusion, ai'- Corner Bra and Uarden Streets. ajid.recurs: .with .;! presslng reg- kidccys aDd bIad4ct tfgbt.L captive fish.. Cnder.it they befo.me ex-: Quina. ii




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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY.. FEBRUARY 41803.


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FOR THE HOUSEWIFE JOKES COLLEGE MEN.Somr -
Thousands Have Kidney Troubleand _

of Them Are Handed DOIT
The Care ot SUo*... Don't Know it. From Generation to Generation. : c

Shoe bills: arc one of the heaviest How To Find Out. I Tbciv are some college! jeu: d'esprit p-

drain: ia A largo family; s:;.d where Fill a bottle or common glass with your I v.hifh! t.me: naJ the absence of their
Stomach persons are care-less with their shoes water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a I It
have not
owa sustaining; atmosphere
the burden becoam almost iusupport- sediment or settling -
:::::=! \\hu'ly' (!hvatod, says William Mathews -
,
able. It Is neither cleanly nor good J indicates an \ V v 7 P"'
: unhealthy condition !- in the Saturday Evening 1'ot-Il; I
to have Lut JUG faIr at a tim, t',4
economy rnrJ' of the kidj I j f.r l'x:1llil'll" thtroj\ '!y of a senior, -
a? shoes nero cuainulD: and airing I Ew \
I I I neys; if it stains whos-e class was studying mental plii-
Troubles suite as much a* ether artifles! of I 7Ii"- your linen it is'' lu.JIhy, when a!kpil. 4'ltoos an effect Icyer ftr flthflt and Children.
clothing. To leave them ttretcsiythrt'u 1l '
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evidence cf kidney
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before a cause? "Yes, s-Ir; ;
about u::der b.-ds or in prc'w- i \\firFft! trouble; too somrtinitv" "(;\ive an example.! ".l Ca>torU is .1 ,.:::-.i! s f:1;stitiic for Ca-tor Oil, P.mS' -,

lstry nutuiy as vxll as lis.nl till ihoshot1 ; frequent desire to | ,rie J>i"'i.-' .-ml !*4it1IIgSTtp.-;. It is PI"a"arn icAiitaiiis
.
I ?, K.wli Ll'I'Wm.c.uJ:! be pi:vAided I -2Ji, : pas it or pain in i I ni i:i \Utlins a .arrow. That stit-lent neither; Opium, 3Iarphino nor oIlier >:u-
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with a bag or bt;:;:. and wLen ------ the back 13 also would certainly have di'linl.h.bl; (d hja- iitbtanvdIt cli*!:tr'':'s Worms and allajs loriln '.

cured byDOL sO:ot-s are lot in use thy should be I' convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder si'if at special jiloa Jiug if he had Le- It furs Ohtrrlio'U n;Ill \Vir.il ColicIt relio o-s T.('i

cf the are out cf order. COllie a lawyer who, when a'I'tll.y hislnufifor ; :immr Tru'.1hll'. a nil. onios <\ii>tipition. ft re ul.it- t*.
dusted ami a M.IV.J
v.ij. :
put
:1 What to Do. one :Monday morning if he J-Jouuich uu.l IJo'toK, Uiiisr healthy ami natural slct.i.Th .
polishes} now o1. sale areery injuriousto There is comfort in the knowledge so U:ul attcmli-d church\ the tljy before Cli ildrctt' Pm..tcct-.fl1e 31othor' rricllil.TW. .
tie leather and should never be used '
often expressed: that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- rl'lIiit'1', sir; I attended the 1'irst
uuliKS to freshen tu o'.d: sLoes tL.it are I Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every ". The Kind You Have Always BougI-
thuriii.: and to the ->tion, \rl' you
badly worn.., Urdii ,iry! a little vaseline -: wish in curing rheumatism, pain in the j
rubbed on with a liann-1 ran: will tack, kidneys, hver. bladder and every part j:: hut aware, wr. that there was no MFY- Dears the Signature of
lee at the 11rthurth yt'stcrihzy'r'put -
take the iiLn-c of polish and help tol'rl'icr'e i cf the urinary paszage. It corrects inability
I the leather. I to held water and scalding! pain in pacing : ci, "1 mi ant. 1''Of's"or, the Citchuuli I

it, or bad effects following! : use of,liquor, ,. I cau.e to."
\Vct boots or shoes are often hardened I I II
'DYSPEPSIA CURE wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant: :I \\ ? doubt if Tom Hood or 11 I!':.Kginith '<- I
and shrunken by being dried neara
necessity of being compelled t) cfen I I
go wilted
quick a>> they were, cuuid ,
fir!'. Instead of putting them uud r
during the day and to times '
Under all curable conditions I a stove lace: or button the shoes, Jill during the night. The get mild up and many the extraordinary i!;, have made a happier rejily than that j

oats and leave in effect of nude: I by a wit Watenilk' collcwu
I them with dried a Swamp-Root is soon
Mr. D. Kauble of Mrs.W. W. Lay- place which warm.lJut not hot. The realized It stands the highest for its wen- j ( \v (Vlbj ) vt the c-l."s i.f 'J,"> to 1'rofttNor In Use For Over 30 Years.

Nevada O., was ler of Milliard. : oats will absorb a portion of the moisture derful cures of the most distressing cases. Maitin I:. Anderson, afterwardthe C'iIV WCOMPiHT. 'TT MUHRIV STHTfT. !ItW"OU .".".
curedof .
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cured by Kodol Pa., was I ..- --
If need .
of stomach Chronic I and the air of the room the rest you a medicine you should have the famed iirosidont of Rochester uni- -
best. Sold by druggists inSOc. andl. sues. versity. due fleming ho rend in the -- -
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trouble! which Dyspepsia by I The oats may be used aain and again
had effected the use of after 'iDg-Eleanor II. 1'arLer. j You may have a sample bottle,of this c1.tssrlMnI: a siuikLu essay: and the
., wr.t.W
his heart. Kodol. I j wonderful discovery '" i'rofessor, Kiiuwins or suspecting it to W. B.; ai GOfflPfif
I and a book that tells ; ; ;
10 ili :::..
I have l.ein cribbed from
How to Cue Pry Hrenil.Bread > : some public
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] more about it, both sent ". ...'.. ,
4j 'h I that is too dry for the table : absolutely free by mail. h' ,.. print, asked as the reader sat down, I.

; may be cut into slices spread with butter Address Dr. Kilmer & Rome of Swanip.ltoot "Is that essay original, Mr. Jones J\\ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

: I ""-Ily, sir," said Jones witli imperturbable __
and laid In an iron baking dish. Co., Binghamton. N.Y. When writing mention yes -. .

.1 prinkle lightly with cinnamon and suar ;;-I! reading this generous offer in this paper.Di't ; toulue-s and that pasteboard\ :: LUMBER, LATHS

I and add half a pint of {rood milk make any mutate, but remember -!, Itidlv which he always\ wore, "I supposeit "I f" ,

and put on the stoY!'. l'ut on cover to is. It had 'original' over it in thenewspaper
the name, t Swamp Root. .Li SA EDCTPBE8SSfiIH6lESillBWSBPENHACOLA. ( !,
keep in steam and watch to prevent Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Ront, and the I took it from. :

burning. When the bread has absorbed addre, Bicghamton. N. Y., on It was a liiown university student -; ;?: ":'- FLA

I the milk it is done. To make milk every bottle. who had the front to ask Professor '

KODOLDLgestiWhitYoutt toast cut slice of dry tyread and toast Ca"wdl w hi.ther his name would not be ''I

: brown. Heat half a pint of milk into as well without the C.
THE SAUERKRAUT PEDDLER.
i which put a small lump of butter. It was a grownrllluate who at the j GOAL MID WDOD.WE

Sidney John Kheppard.Harsis'Kanu. Pharmacy Sweet cream and a little salt may be A Character Common Co the German age uf sbty! led to tile lmyiemeaI altar a .

used Instead of butter If preferred. Dip Srron of \e\v lurk. bride of t\\'utr,11\ and u ho, being EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

each slice! of toa&t into the heated milk The regular and popular visitor to asked by a college classmate how he

The Wrath of
At the end of winter most bi\es have pour over the toast. For bread puddingtake t side! is the auerkraut man lie win the affections of so young a woman

.. esbausted tht-ir stop-s and In-come three slices of dry biead spread brings his callingitU him from the rej>lii-d: "Oh, it was easy; cnnujdi. I SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW

I dangerous.'heu; this is the case. woe with butter and cut into small pieces. old country and finds a more profitable just addressed to her two lilies of poe-

I.fr to him who touches the hives. Smoke Add halt a cup of raisins; make cus- field in New York thtn in llerlin: orllall1lJur try. I wrote: Thompson, Olsen & C3".

r i has lost its spell, uiid jou shall scarce tard with two eggs, one pint of milk, :!. Ills equipment is quite curious. "11 love Is a flame that Is kindled:! by fire.Then .

it: have emitted the first puffs before I sugar, salt and nutmeg to taste. Pour lIe wears a blue or white apron drur.an "old stick is best because 'tis Manresa Street, Telephone 147.

\ the custard over the bread in the pudding _
' 0.000 acrid and enraged demons will running from his neck nearly to the -- ------- ---- ----- -- --
dart from within the walls. overwhelm dish and bake one-half hour.Mrs. ankles and from his shoulders is suspended It was a Harvard student who many ESTABLISHED 1883.

'I jour hands blind your eyes and blacken Egbert :\. Moore in I'ractlcal Farmer. a circular metal box which years ago had the courage at the buddeu -
apparition of I'rofessor 1'. at
your face. No living being except:, goes half around his uaKt. It has a
I bonfire which the jouth with other students
they say. the bear and the sphinx atro- A Novel llenoll. three large compartments two of McKENZIE OERTING & CO..

;Ji }IOs. can resist the rage of the mailedlegions. An interesting novelty of householduse which are surrounded l I.y hot \\atcr. had kindled in the college yardto
stand and confront him when in II -DIALCR8 IS- 0
jr .AllfV C all. do not struggle. illustrated here is the new triple In one are well cooked frankfurter as

rUi The fury would overtake the neighboring boiler. Three dishes can be cooked nice- sausages and in the other thoroughly the case of Ca abiauca on the burning
I deck, "all but him had lied. "I am Ship Chandlery and General Wmare
: colonies. Tlitre Is no means of boiled sauerkraut. In the third com- ,
surprised, Thomson to find in
safety other than instant flight through IlartD1'-lIt is potato salad. He carries in you such
coiiiiany" exclaimed the "I I 80S AND 605 S. PALAKOX 8THt .
mr profess-or. ET
the bushes. The bee is less rancorous his hard a basket! in which are fcinall
see nobody here but and 111'0-1
less implacable than the wasp and I plates and steel forks. One sausage; you me, AGENOY
,, "
rarely pursues lur enemy. If flight:; be I and a generous; ; spoonful of sauerkraut fessor, was the reply. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'8 HONH CO,'"

; ftiipsit.le.!! absolute immobility! alone : and potato salad tost o tl'nts.11 three Minden.A GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDKHEL A HON'B PUMl'H.
Novel Lamp

, t might She; fears calm and lu-r attacks or put luroff any too the sudden scent i, I. articles cooked and are seasoned of good lie quality linds his, well lest novelty in lamp shades is a long "aim ;r6IEi h\\\i\ \ ails, iiailiil 1 lostrose&is, Chris! hcMri, fiHi:

fringe (many strands) of small, thin,
: movement but at once forgives that: customers in the loll" hug; al'ejs! where I COMPAQ'S, LOOM, KTO

JI 'whKh no longer stirs.-Harper's. the exertion di-maiu'.ed! by the gamepioilucos pearly seashells strung and mounted ona C. McKenzia Oerting Collecting: Agent for R.ir Pllo 3' Benevolent A sociation.
I band which is fitted over the globeamil
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i large :IJi ll'tih'SI't: to thi':e
which can be uH'tllin the cliandi
[; A Safe \Kf. are the t:1\'l'I'US which do not supply '
.NI her as AN ell as on lamps. A more elaborate
The insuring of oi.c-'b life is one of foo with their clnnk. Last of all are
shade is made of various sized THE GARDEN SECTIONPensacola
\ those thins: which one is mot apt, to | the halls and ruieting rooms whcrei
abalone seashells polished until all the
l:; i societies assemble. His nightly -
put oft There are few. ho\\e\er. who differei.t
mother of pearl or opalescent tints are o-OF-o
.!j jK>stjK>ne what ought to he the iueitable stock consists of fifty sausages, sev-

.i1 until so late a period in life as did; THE TRIFLE BOILER. | t-n pounds of satierkrrut and R s much find brouihtout.: ,
Florida
: I the tough old smack owner of ( ritiisliy.cci. 13' on 't t, while the utensil does not take i I moiv of snliid.: On bad evenings he COASjTII'ATlOX.! ,

! When he presented himself tit the insurance up more space on the store or range; takes only half as much! stock as on Every civilized person ues soap

., : otlice.: he was naturally asked i i than an ordinary saucepan which ac- fair ones. Some of the more fortunate and water to wash oil the accumul.ition Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

, his age. His reply wasp "Ninety-four." 1! coiniiunl.itea but one thing at a time. peddlers! have arrangements with clubs of dirt and filth from their body,

\\t r "'\11 ', my good! man, we cannot in- t which p.iv them a \cry fair profit, upon I but how many sufferers con-tina-

' ); tire you" said the companyliy i i n..phU'lnj.'c"d..n Tnli>). I tlK-Ir: goods Others are free lances tion think about the accumulation Beautiful Lots for Sale.

not?" he who visit where they think of filth within their bady, which i is
tleinniidcd.lty. are place
'. Ii you ; I have had so much troulle with I every
a hundred times more detrimentalto 40x137% feet at from 75 to $200 each according !
I 'p f!I ninety-four years of age.:; "What of ': wooden tubs going; to pieces in spite of I they ('n effect a !'a h'. $ ,
good health than the dirt the
: thatV: the old man cried. "Look at all pre*'autlou, *5) that a few yiars back ''I The ini-tal boxes arc very ingeniousand outside. The waste matter on of food to location anfl l surroundings.

1 j statistics and tiny will tell you that : 1 replaced them with galvanized tubs, are made in (:{,rJlI:1IJThe metal -
: passes into the bowels, which: are
! fewer men die at ninety.four than at !':JJS Mis. I!. .Vcnablc. in Practical Is some variety of pewter, and the the natural sewers of the human Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View

.! j any other ngl.-Lou I'.uiiiiess Illustrated. : I'arn'r.ftcr years of trial I could fitting of the compartments anti of the system. If here this waste i is allowed High Dry Fertile Lands.

f,. : nut be ihduccil to no back to the old I entire affair to the body is wry ac- to accumulate the warmth of ,

I tubs. The zinc tubs are light; have curate. The covers are so well hinged the body soon sets up fermentation
i'i Their Brunch of Sertiee."To i and formed The grandest opportunity for investment ever
K'Jud. strong Iiantllsan be iiuicKly and sting at the edges that when the decomposition, passes are
' 11 \\ hat branch of the military 1 I which are carried into the blood
washed and hung out of the owner falls down he is not liable to offered inPensacola.
way
up
service do captains; of industry be and circulated through the whole
and I find them durable, having spill any of the contents. The con-
very ; and diseise is the inevitable
:'I': long'iisked; the recognized jet sur- II :) in system,
:. used line for eight years without a i trivanceOstS some $ Germany refult. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
Th ing joker of the party. and about $:j in New York. A few of
leak. They can be purchased hi The best for
any
: remedy constipation
"I gi\e it up replied his victim size you wish and a large: one servesus I the peddlers appeal! I to educated palates i3 HKPATICURA, because it moves

jJ I wearily.' .I as a bathtub. When through; using and carry with them cenelat. the bowels easily and naturally A. V.ClubbsCorner

It "To the artillery because thcj-'re all it, two persons can by the handles carry bock reh lcbcr\vui-t andienna.. without irritation, griping; or sick .
"
'big guns. See? Ha, ha, ho, ho! out and cmptj', when it will be as well as frankfurttrs. These fancysausages ening. It gives strength and tone Garden and Bru Streets.

: ; Syracuse 1I1'rlld. I usually! bring 10 cents instead to the liver and eventually cures. .
: ready! for use a aill. "A pour substitute -

t" I J Cool Tree. : for a bathroom." you 1':1)Wl'll, Iwant of the regulation; :5. Hold by all druggists K.C. BRENT, WM I! KNOWLEH W, K. 11YKK JR., J, H, RKFHEPreitdent. !:.
\. The forks are washed after the ens -- ------- -
bathroom, but, while I waiting Ckibler
a am I Vtoe-Fresident Ctibler. Aii't
I I
q: '1 It Is not shade alone that makes itcooler ,
j tower has finished his little meal. and
for it 1 will tal.j my "tubbing. It I SEND YOUR ORDERS I
? under a tree In the summer. The
I from cleansing and ue areas
i you will try the zinc, you will dispense repeated to Pearl & Dolive for '
; coolness of the itself for carpenter or'
tree helps
. f with old wooden tubs with burst hoops. I bright; as silu-r. The pl.ites. on the I II
to electrical work. Repair work a First National BankOF
( Its temperature is about13; degrees 1". I, other hand: are so banned; and bruised

;. t'. at all times ns that of the human body To Bruit" Salt' Mackerel. I tint they might IK easily mistaken for specialty. _ _
\ is a fraction more than 1)8 degrees. So
; crackle wear.-New York Post. '
I i Lay salt mackerel skin side uppermost ltudo' s life lies! /or or.
\'i'a flump of trees <- n>ls the air as apiece .,--- ,
' in cold water over niht Dry PENSACOLA. FLA.
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of lee cools the water in ,
i a pitch Hi* OfThnnd Manner."Dan --- -
; with a cloth cut off the head and tip
er I ." aid contractor to one of SPECIAL NOTICE.H.
in of tail, broil serve on a hot dish and a DJraECTora:: : : I

: II Ilniinc.IlarlwT sea-oa with butter and a few drops of his trusted cmplojtcs "when jou are 3151 F. C. BF.EN1. N. K. UYFH. J:
... seeing about that lime this morning, 1 Alfman, Umbrella Maker, WM. H. KNOWLK8. W A. BLOUNT,

} .j. -How's the razor. sir? lemon juice or \imvar. Salmon and wish jou to mention! to l empsey that I South Palafox, wi..he* to inform the I D. G. BRENT,
l\: Customer-Didn't, know I was being; 1 other larger fl-sh should be freshened I I
: would like to lrne that bill paid. You public that he ha no one employed I

:';11 l I shamL Itarber (flattered)-Very glad, I'm i twenty-four hours. needn't pret-s it. you know but just I to solicit trade and will only be responsible r Frt sslis t! A fell t id H.!i

.t lure sir. STATE OF OHIO,CITY OF TOLEDO, ( 55 n.-r"UK ntiun it to him in an offhand rnau- for goods intrusted to him I D M ffi & U

,,, Cu touier-I thought; I was beingIi LucAs Co(;. TY. \ personally. 3jlmcfLAUNOD i
"i(''''. Forr. ii
BlDdpal'l'l'loJ.-l'ick Me Up. FRI J. CHENEY makes oath i
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: t :' that he is Lie senior partner of the "I get: the money from Dempsey, (VWe draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain,' IreJa'
said Pan his
31 Happily Mnrrletl. fI'il1l1r F. J. Cheney & Co., doing I "I'mery on glad.return.You merely alludedto I i iI i Germany, Franco, AustrIa, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium Rnsbla, l'rl

'I **I bepe you have" found happiness In I bu-iness in the City of Toledo, it in an oflhand way I supposeV" I way Bweden, Denmark and other European countries

I t' marriage"011. jes.dear.I can do lots of things; I 1 county and state afor(- aid, and that I "YI'Sorr. I handed him the bill and I ,-? ,..;- .......'"'''' ...I.'()I-... I I OF"Ve'lselB Disbursed upon tho Moat Farorable Terms, and 'teJ!

, t didn't dare do when I was a girl.1 ."- !1 said firm will pay the um of ONE told him if he didn't pay it I would Itt : I I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Hegtiraklon Ten or Fifteen Dill
'HUNDRED' off my hand and gin him :l black. eye after Vessel Arrives "ero'
DOLLARS: for each !
New York 1'res. I
: ;1 : and every ca-e of Catarrh that can1 that he wouldn't forget for a month, '- CHARTER

' I j I 1 not be cured by the ue t>l HALL'S i aud he paid it at wanst."-London An- .VSafety Deposit Boxes: : for Rent in Connection

: Perseverance not only goes: far to UATARKII CI-KK. !: 6Wl'rs.I I !I with which we bare. a Priva partment for the UU:
: 'L Insure success but ntoi obtains hOI1It'i' : The Elegantly Equipped
FRANK J. CHEXEY.i I "f'RentRrtJ.
{ ors for those who. although the le''sfortunate
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' \ftl i Sworn to before me and sub-cribed The Ka y L'illDeWitt's ; Xaptha Launch CUPID, : -
t ha\e been the most dillgent I.
i in my presence, this 6th day of De- Little F.arlvRicers do I r
DR.KINC'S CABD3.
!I Fl i.: cemoer, A. 1). 1886. not gripe nor weaken th<> "'Y"'(>m. : with Parlor Car Fittings, PROFESSIONAL .

---- ''They cure billoune, j jiuodice, i i for a trip on the bay or for TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
I leWiU'8 Witch Haz: 'l Sa've. t SEAL. f A. W. GLEASON, I jconstipition and inictive liver, by i W. C. ROWETM. D.

J : --.,-- Notary Public.Hall's arousing the secretion a cruise.
, ThA only positive cure for blind, I moving the THAT COLD.
TaUfox.
S.
I Office 17*
i Catarrh Cure is taken internally bowels gently :
:, yet erf"ctually, and
bleedin and and
Itching
lug piles* cuts burn, bruises protrud., eczema -; and acts directly on the I I giving such tone and strength to the i i Accommodations for 40 TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. I I Roars from N to V:: ) a. m. and I to 1 P.ifid B

and all abrasion of the skin.UeWitt's blood and mucous surfaces of the glands of the stomach liver and ,passengers Cures ConsumptiontCoughs
after 7 o'clock
system. Send for testimonials free.F. bowel that the cause of the trouble
is the onlv Witch Haz..1tialvtI I ,i
that 1* made: from the pure, J. CHESEY & Co., Toledo, 0 i, is removed entirely. Thee famous Rates very reasonable. Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma I Phono OO.

unadulterated witch haz*>l-all others ,; little pills exert a decided tonic t'f-I Landing-Pine street. PneumoniaHay J.-'everPleu. .
J CARPENTRY feet upon the organs, involved, and
counterfeit' DnWitt's Witch 4ND
Hazel Salve made to cure-counterfeits !' if their use is continued for a few !| CAPT. STEARNS, risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD,

are made to sell. HsrI. 'ELECTRICAL WORK :'days there will b* m return of the I Sore Throat Croup and
Master.PARKER'S .
i ATTORNEYATLAT.Officp
.trouble.
Pharmacy, John Sheppird, t'5iJDl'l' Hargis Pharoucv. John I
Kihn. !I Sheppard: Sidney Kshn.Mr ; 'Vhoopb Cough *-:*))'J Thifcsen BuildiD
Rinir up Pearl & Dolive, phone 6f 0, I
I .,,,, ,,-Z54; NO CU 1E. NO PAY. 1 t.I ).
: if ,v''U have any t"arT''lIto r tleciri-, : t' Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to p.
O..3.STOrLZ.A.. cal work you want well done. 0 .A EJ T C> :i'I.:r..n... : HAIR. BALSAM ?, Price SOc. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE .
6imithe ta HatB A'aats: te$9 -- --- --- % ,th f Have !1\3/3 24;4: I, ,-l'!! ( Clmun rromou.. m.4 Icrurtant bnnltiu giowth.R Hit b.sir I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30p.m.
:=-" Norer Pmil. to :Bntore 1 will repair year watcneslewelry :41.10I In all .1 a'" anti federal conri!
; Practice
i Gray !
IpItue! cCi /.l..HJ.. j adgin's, tie Best /or 5(. ttre ;;;; '. L-st 14fl< -::..- Cii.Hklr.. n to''p it.d ...Youthful...t btirfv Color.la.iJo& I in flrst-claaa! style. J. I A1lbUSiflC1; *Dtru.t.-d to me. ,1111 1I'C"1'I
tI .v.( attention.'f.
-, and diligent
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j I ('k-oi ind{1 m u Jn>.j :. Stephens I prompt





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THE DAILY NEWS! PEHIACOLAFLORIDA: WEDNESDAY.. FEBRUARY, 4.1803.i %


1"" '<'r ;':t

I : HUNTING CARIBOU. {, H'{}. 'X.t"... .,; <;
f:" } '-t -.:
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l. ti.
One. Shot Through the Ueart Ra.

Two Hundred Yard..
BudWeiser if
The cnriboa Is very tenacious of life.

says S. W. Watts in Collier's Weekly.
Take
Things
> writing: about hunting; these animalsin

Newfoundland. Sly companion useda is '
Kingj
00.40 Winchester and tlw writer u>oil -'ti ,f f1.'*

AsTheyme an .8 Mauu.lichiWith such strong t 'j r'
',., to. '
Suns we were bcWoni able to stop a of bottled beers
fS i1rt'f I
big:; btag with a tingle; shot evri whoii ,, .. ;

? When you buy soda biscuit in a paper bag, take them as they hit in a vital spot. One that ths writer because of its uniform ]- f : "f J.t:

shot through; the h art ran with the

come; stale-soggy-spoiled. rest of the drove for 200 yards, as u1-ui, excellence. t ;' j : "

though he had not been touched, before

Don't blame the baker.Don't collapsing.: : When we o\lenrtlhim, Brewed from the best Barley-Malt i*:" ; t.f;

blame the he had only one bullet: hole and his ." "

;: grocer.Don't heart was cut in two. Another wont and imported Hops and "lagered" i't't
,
:i blame anyone but yourself. about the same distance on the jump

,Ii' with both fore shoulders broken and a (stored for maturing) until just )11-j 1
bullet through the neck. On several
i' When you buy Uneeda Biscuit in the In-er-seal Package with :
other occasions the stags when hit ripe and most Wholesome.

\ red and white seal-take them as they come; fresh-clean-good. went off with such strength that when !

they fell they dug their antlers In the The product c/ f

; Credit the baker for baking them. saults.ground end turned complete somer AnheuserBuschBrewingAss'nSt. i.) :

,. Credit the for keeping them.
grocer The first caribou we killed was a

fawn. We pricked him out because Louis U. S. A. ;ll
: Credit yourself for buying them.Uneeda we *y .- -HT
I; wanted meat and. being! ;: young; we breWers also c/ BlacK O Tan Anheuser-Standard. P..t .Laler, -f. | < ,- 'f

thought he ought to be tender. In fact Faust Export Pale. Exquisite Michelob and fialt\utnne. f< .: J11;
-
however his meat was almost useless Order Promptly l-'ill'-d by (
i Biscuit ,
-loan tough dark .
; stringy andery SiPEXHACOIA.
ALFRED MOOG. Wholf-scl Dealer. : .. ..
t In color. This was ditlicult: to understand .
.... '
5 and the guides for some reason FLA. ,.Jr![:, : ,; ';

I were unable to offer an explanation. ,
[ii NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY "ii; ; '
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However 1 Knnted the reason later.It : : ; .,'.j. ,
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appears that during;: the mating spa- : 'I!

.> son the fawns are weaned. The old NOIICE. E.V.. PEAKE, -ii::1 .I ,1]

t U __ _stag driving the fawn away from the I have been authorized to talanbscripti'n No. S'J: b'outh Palafox street keer8cill il ; f".
forVm.. Jf'tminBryan' .
!! I ,
- mother will strike him with LU horns ti
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paper. "The Commoner.The bells, wires anl ull kinds of '1'. '
aid chase hiui half mile.s ..
.
a soon ', .
't
.. in irl the XYindotv. SIN GRAVEN UPON MARBLE.Warning Vk't.ere Iro.i 1,< ncr''J.Airi" price I* $1.00 per year in ad electrical supplies. Have him do < .
as the stag gives up the t-lme and .j. "j
vance. Those deririntr. the
:U) ixia'ie!. ; that a ? r..tralt.Ma>, a '\'I'llt1'.t.- paper : J
> "<
*h
turns back to the doe the fawn will re- can have it sent to them by scr-din your work. Call phone! :CM.: .:> f.
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.'11' until -he is red lu to 1'11.'h.. TaLe Scnll I i"ia p-"I'pie. iron is a sacred objret. 1 heyiito :.
turn then the: will chase him to the ,
; slag 11.00 undersigned.:: ; "
'.MIII oat ln-'th in tfiapor During \\orililii. j I .I'I'rt workers i ill nn tal. which thiym : :, .
again.; This is kept up for eight or t'ntli. H. :\1. RochE i
... ;\\mOo\v in a railro.uli Tin're I is a quaint old j'ari>h church in I \ : 'IIi''lt! from is i'ati\ 1.1'1.Jy the Care XewB.CAEJ"l.'WORXA. ; : :
from Daily > : '
: with the result that worry STEAMER GAPTAIH FRITZ
i \ i ji 'Uilca\ors to C-IOKC or Pluriemi lirittaii, built in the early lot pr; iHive methods nor 1\'Il1.y! violent exercise and change; of diet the 'i,: b

'i! Ii that u luau has to do J>ait of thc lifttvnth century and Lav-j luar. This! art was la them in foruicria.s meat of the fawn becomes for a time : Titos. CONUON, Captain ,f" p. TfI

I MI :1',1 ?to over exactly the jug, with !uany other .rimitive cr- a fllt1l'I'If \wealth influence and unpalatable. 8.."time 'Ihe hid Ynu HavaAUays Bwp will make regular trips between 4 j' ', r

: ,.i .mil" that "he has llrrallr I ransrements tlu l>ell lojic from the belfiy loOwmill: the Ugend is that when BJpat1lll Y/l-.l-- _' Penacola, Point Washington and "" :. i' "

:. ,iil; 11111\ u i-oiiics: the ri-frac- hansiUo;: ilo\\n fn/m the roof of the people Id: rot know the value (.f the of Freeport. Leave Haylen: street : iI

;.,\\' in a jiffy? It is a most nave and dan;:lin:: just in front of the Atones found in their brooks a 'tvise THE APOSTLES. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive '

;: f.srt. hut a very true one I>ulm't, so that the i>nx-e>s of bell ringing I man"' saw n vNion. Tlu spirit of his Emblems lii'Mtourtl I pun Them by BANNER SALV Ihe -. at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. '

s that not live women out is iierforiued full view of the c'hief ftOC.' beside him and !said "(lather the )! .dill'\01 Artist Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. ,' '

: i cu-r Miwctsl in arranging u ColflCgatiuU.; Hut \s hltvas more peculiar stones and burn them to make idea most lieallruz aalwa th< wcmrl4CHOICEST and arrive at Peusacola 6 p. in. same .. .
The medieval artists having no ,
to their satihfactioiu They was the projection at right: angles spears." The sage thought it was a of the personal appearance of the Saviour's -- -- -- '$3.day. Fare round trip $5; one 12nlm'way, .,

, I tug; until they are embarrassed from one of the walls (also near dream and that the chief was hungry: followers, adopted set of signs.or .

i L y hi a i>lou>ling laanncr look the pulpit) of n sculptured hand and FO ho sacrificed an ox. But the vision emblems for each which soon became ::1JIdaOLAYb

I it some tlip (If a man, who arm of full !size as though held out from returned, and the chief looked sorrow familiar to all. The emblem cf -oFf '.. ; .
'
.1 !i.y honsciisv brings about the the shoulder by somebody built into them ful. lie stood a I long time and at last j"
IVter was either a large key or two ..
,ifct, "' lilk' the wuiiun looks ...Iil fabric cf the wall it. elf. and the said: ; I
keys crossed, which is readily l'xlIliu-, : f FRUIT3 AND COIFECTIONER[ Grist and Corn ffleal Pills
,it WIII.ULT tit his marclousi. hand opened and palm upward and fingers "My son, why do you not obey your ed by referring to the \v ids of Christ 1 1ft.

. ,. :,'\tiTity.llir extended had a suggestion; of appeal father? Co: to the river, gather: stones ;
(Matthew xvi, 19): .\1111 I will give un j
-AT- F. GONZALEZ 4 CO. ,
iil'l'ft'r that Prop i,
and solicitation; which naturally and make: a hot you
of the : of
the
to thee keys kingdom: )
I.nrd'a Inlcrmrtlinr)'. I Provoked curiosity.As ; will see: iron with year ejes." hoax'en." The cmblim of I'aul was asvord C. APOSTLE'S I Manufacturers I!.-' .

\ II ith the mini little; : fortune thireas no inscription or anything The sage was greatly frightened and .
ai'd a book-the latter to remind OHOICi MKAL AND PL'KKOUOURD .J
mi Jones had accumulated as I to hint at the nature of the story feared seine calamity, but 11:11'1'\lIot refuse. the b< holder that he was a teacher of 14 East Gmrattt St. STOCK PEm.ffttronlte '.
tif (;OOM\ ille\! Cove had made hot lire I
Iw
; criHH that evidently lay IK hind the sculptured When a men. the foriiw to indicate that he was I Home Industry for there U ,.. I,
<.f ai-lt (' I..tlU. which was limb, mat'o inquiry a charnii'is iron came out uf it, and then he knew: L.1'lll'a.I.with a swi.nl. St. Andrewwas Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htaiif every reason you should buy lour Meal nd .

'irly l.trja1, had incroasud old \lady who was decorating; the the chief had taken pity on his children Qgured standing One: car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 Sock Feed from the Home .Manufacturer
usually by a cross
fr by go doing borne tndni
you 'i" j
,' util its the richest: altar with llowtrs In viet (it the nest lie told his son the seent bi fcrl shaped hl.e a letter X. that being the to $2.00 per dozen. t.,.. Your monty iBlt-Utn encourage the community .. _,

i ,.. lie felt himself enti- day's: hih Urts., nn 1 i-lif told' me that >t' died but ho was a vain eoxioiuli fuiiu of the cross upon vh'u-h legend ..- - -.. & :d you In torn are Indirectly benefited. ; ,
the borne '
'obterlon manufacturer
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i '. I hit' .1l'ftr'lIel'-its pai many .u>.:rs JIRO, in the faro: past, and. wishing: tll show his own wisdom says he \vusj ('rlleiliPThe\ iiubkun ofSt. contribute. to th"cbuse of labor. Yen owe yon 'I
When l ()Ift! day good there was u \;\eke.} villager! who went made iron in the pre>enee of strangers U to thecommunlty In which you live and .
.Tunics the Jrcut: was either a sword
1 U \\tnt to him for a iid>>csl In mass but was far from dc- and so the socret of the art was lost to fact that he ahobehead. The Beer which eoBlrlbacet to roar nopport.Physicians .
nferring to the was ,
.? IUbsiulIs-\\ and he far forgot his tribe but have always coutinunl 5- ,
\ot on one (JI'.USUl1 so they .,'d. or pilgrim's staff he being ----
:. ,1. "11:11'011, I l'II1- hinihilf in the! sen iee on a hut summer's -' to regard iron as sacred above all .

,, \ \uiir ft-IUnv citi- ht.Id his; hand metals. u great traveler.St. That
day as to out other
: .. : /i i lii-'li! t'!>tccm." throv'h. :: the ot.fn tUxir or wiiulow to unI I John's emblem was a (caldron referring ]
to his experience in the boiling! : :
.111. ii iid'ii coin- Indriu; I'fIA.l1
ui-lr\tul tiiend outsidu for -
filii.ilI/ : apineli Irttrr Kruniarnt t liiuattr. i
(ril. M. I'hilip'b, Dibit-ill is ui enigma.It J JI :
.S : The
( ; "' '.t $o of Miu.T.The : "Speaking of pulpit jokes," a churchgoer was a spear and a cross, yet it is r rWfflSKY1I
I" : i > '". : ifi. that'sV
'I ; "< i I. pinch vas duly given, but St.l4tr remarked. "1 have yet to hoar! a Lmnui that he was hau.a'll.t.!: Iar- I
j I,,, ;. ..I.: 1 I. I ;io':. Iv lot-: '
111'
'" tlu patron saint of the chunk, better one than that on a reverend gentleman lluilomew who was "tlaywl alhe," is :

xv Jm. 111... ". ._ was bo tvuiidalized by so terrible a of a small congregation in thecity. represented with a knife and his skin '.li

want of rexereneo that ho straightway lie is line preacher a man .
a his Matthew's '
hanging; over arm emblem -
Till: I'.J.VTl: ,H11IVK: ; VICTORIA !
.1J
paralyzed the arm of the offending; along in years, loved and revered by is a square| supposed to have II
I-; not too 'oni fir you i if your smilf laker, who thereupon took to his l.is llock.! His pulpit! utterances never refereisce to Christ's calling. St. ,
some MADE BY ACME BREWING
b a-i-J- are -Iu.rj.M-l!> 'I n/K i:EST LAX- COm j'I
bed and ilied but not before had ad- _
-Jiciiit verge upon levity of any sort. lie abhor Thomas huiii been "pierced with a < I
ATi\fi4aiii > -
t'l-it ni<)vp4 tIIt'w.4 -
;sr IO-CKNT ivniLK IIEKUIS -
mittnl the Justice of his punishment humor in church.
? resort to "
ea-ilv: a:1: 1 uiiirtllr; with'if a dart is pictured carrying a tillr.11i1. ,
and had left directions in his will for he TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. .ea ,. i'i
>" IriK.itinn IriplU- or sickpiiitifj "line Sunday evening was speaking ; .' emblem of .J:\lilt'S the Less: was a 'S !

l"i'f A nil.d mi.- ti itmiitIcu *; triii.rtheisi1 fttImg: up in UKfharch! of the marble to his congregation about )lrs.JOII'I. club, Le tuning been ""('at11 to death BROS .v. '
: ., nf reiuliiJor If l.is hi ii: rder that: all future of the women of -
tlif |)>)H'eIs! uiiii ton one prominent with a faggot; ; St. Matthias an ax, he 4:1:5.: )
:'i IIi'; 1'111 puiHtlien, they will: villagers! 1'lurien might be warned Us ('h1ll'l'h.110 had gone south for her ha'in1'1'11; beheaded.; Simon's emblem AGENTS FOK THE CELEBRATED -. .
r.r.i: IS.irk :Hiiitureiuteuded, against: the Urriblu enormity of allowing health.! In his previous remarks hehad. 1
"he
was a saw. The legend says .
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t
vi" in ;any' :1-'I i-aiicf.. any di.-trattion: to interrupt: the with feeling referred to Mrs. was sawn asunder." I I. f, Harper Whisl y. 7-a; h i r ,.;

>u.-l u s: .b' ,'.,e js JlI-P.\TICU1 dmait bearing; (at the mass.: It is a Smith, who l.ml recently left this world tr '.
1\: I' 'nibrii.-all tliP.'ibovHgood' :; 1
1 '''in--1! t." -Kl, !,,. not hiviny: ; a bid curious story and reminds one that for a better one Coil It'h> Aiming the Swede*. ,

: ,.1. ii' I'r/ !hat-r, nr sickening there has been an infancy in religion; "lie startled his hearers by saying: The Suedes are a ipiiet. taciturn people. Main House-401 S. Palafox Etreet. ( ." .
'; as well! as in ma-t oilier ef the great 'I have just reel'l\"l'Ilnl'tt'r from Mrs. prescribe it : .:.
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--: ".k1 !by all rug4ts.:\! Into is! no jostling even amongthelowist R.R. Exchange: -Opp. Union Dei.ot. .
motive! powers of exh.tellce.-GIl5-guw Smith.: She says it is very warm classes.! When a train leavesa J
for their most delicate
llu-ald. where she is now.' platform or a steimboat a pier the P. O. Box 281. Pensacola Fla. :

PEARL & DQL1VE.i "Shocked :at the audible titter in the lookers on lift their hats: to the departing Phones 116-2G8.: patients. ,.

GEMS OF THOUGHT.The staid congregation; the gooJ man paused 1\\
: pa O; engers; and !bow to them a compliment -
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r ,: !, looked blank! and then gasped, '1 which is returned by the pas- OLD and PURE. ;
it'i:/ at the i o ner of Gir- ,
"I. .L .11.j i ,\1 I .i.iz' street, for turpon- rarest: of flowers Is lllllor.-na. meant from Mrs. Jones' and hastily sengers.ou are expected to lift jour For Hale byDannheisser j'

_:,:.l: .' al wtrkc'r phone GK( ) ('\1:1.. aunouneod the hyma.: New York hat to the shabbiest ptrsoii you meet in I T TA :. (L f atssi: & k Bros. :

Otto golden day redeems a weary Telegram. ,
_ the street and to enter a shop, office or '. '
C"' "ESTR'S ENGLISHPSLIS 3 ('tr.-Ccha: Thaxler. bank with the hat on is considered a 1' .1r'

p f Common sl'us\'i:! instinct and enough Procil of the Cure.William bad breach: of good manners. In retiring INSURANCE

H X n.j h 4e..i; ,.... of it i is gcnius.-II.. Mmv. U. Travel's, the New York from a restaurant you are expectedto EiiiWWNICK'S >
'r desired togo 1
occasion
'1 I city broker on one
.' 'i.IkIJfl.rfI.. The misfortunes that are hardest to bow to the occupants. Bowing and AND \1,'
." ( III It 111,1:
'f\\ :. -&"- I I,. .' 1..1.1 u,:,., ,.E.L.1I1. "., ....,,4 I bear arc tLv/s that ucvi-r appen.I .- to an address In suburban Brooklyn hat lifting nre so common that the people .

\ ;."........ ., : '::'i4 I L..u.s I Lowell but. being unacquainted with the locality : seem to move around more slowly REAL ESTATE, ."f
,. f' ". OL ,. j',....., .t-.I 4... ,. accosted a stranger and asked directions. ,
The higli.-st exercise of charity is than elsewhere In order to observe the No. South Ptlafox Street.
:- ( ..' :"., II.."r...:: :,\ :::w,..-: :::.u;;':: It so happened that the stranger '
".__ I '. .1.. 1''.4n.i ..........'.,.. '" .\\4 b, chr-iity toward the uncharitable.-Uuck- courtesy. '*
hl..h..,..t h..l..II.. stuttered and stammered quite as
-- "!.,11... ........ I'IJL .. I'h minsKr. badly as Travcrs, who after the man
lie who bclics in nobody knows Partial List of desirable Dwellings
had made two or three ineffectual attempts Austria was the first country to adopt

LODGE that he himself: is not to be trusted. to answer grew angry under the system of postal cards. This was for Rent in Various! Parts

DIRECrOllYt AuorluelLSuperiority the impression he was being mocked in ISOO. of the City:

t II to circumstances is one and hotly inquired: I35.fJO-2,' -story bouse containing 12 room .'
of the mo,.,t prominent characteristics "How d-d-dare you t-t-try to m-m-mock One per cent of the population of India ail modern conveniences bath on mmmDAILY j J ,. "
OF PYTHIAS. of great nll'n.-lIurlce Mann. ?" profess the Christian religion.A upper and lower noon, corner lot. i
me Dice yard and brubh!ryetable. out-
l't"-Icola Iiodze.No. S. K. of P.. I I Self laudation r.bouuds among the "Es-ex-escuse rn-mel"! exclaimed the houses. etc.. No. 714 hail Lal'.uastreet. 1i i

unpolished! but nothing can stamp a "I have an imlmimpedlmcut \
stranger.: -
mxets every Monday evening ; Stomach J35.00-s-gtory hoardIng bnut I! cnntalnlng .. .
at i:30 at castle rail, man wore sharply as ill bred.-Huston.Cheerfulness in m-my 8-s-s-speech." :& rooms, known at tbe I'once de I )
ii In the Klonnt Watson weak and invites dis Leon house, No. II' East Intemlen- t
causes a body
\ HnlMlng. third floor. is like money well expended "Oh I s-s-s-cel": stammered Tracers cia street. MENUS ;

.&.- v'lsillnn brethren cordially Ia charity-the more we dispense the look of anger giving way to a look ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures aJJ.OO-A desirable 5-story modern dwelllnR ,
7 rooms, moil desirable section ot the r,
welcomed .
of it the our possession. "W-w-why and strengthens the stomach and
greater concern.
of sympathetic tbe
J. A. LYLE. city on a corner on street car Comprise all the Up-to- ::1
H. HOKBLIR: o. C. Victor Il ugo. d-d-don't you g-g-go s-s-see D-d-doctor wards off and overcomes disease. J. IIDe.No.6 S1 North Barcelona gtreet. r
HO.OO-Large t-slory dwelling, N rooms, Date Dishes the Mar- i. .
K. K..A 8-
S-s-smith? lie c-c-curcd tnme.I'hiladeiplila R. Taylor a prominent merchant of fronting Seville Kquare, No.S") East ,
kets of the World
Open to Pcnnaslon. Times. Chriesm&.n, Tex.,says: "I could not Government street. '
:)).I>>-Comlortable '
$ new 2-story modernSwelling '
-:! "-mi )n I"il::" No. I.I "Is your husband a strong willed eat because of a weak stomach. I ,V rOOID.,vtry detlrable sec Afford. : .

','. :rud. \' evening at 7::,). at man?" asked Mrs. Sampson of her lost all strength and run down in tion of the city, situated on North 'i
., '.. "" rn. r I'nlafot and liardenI'.iUiiKnightcordlallv In Berlin doctors' coachmen wear weight. All that money could do Baylen between Strong: and iJe.Soto 11
: Towne. After a mo
\ neighbor Mrs. streets.
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.... : ; J.\LUERTJoUSos.: Invited. ment's reflection Mrs. Towne replied: white hats so that a physician's car was done, but all hope of recovery IJ5.00-2-story dwelling In Rood order with JLadies'
:
A\ I. -IV. C. C. be easily recognized case vanished. Hearing of some wonderful 8 roomg three doors Ironi the bell Private
ul IL.t $. "1 don't know" she said dubiously. riage may cures effected by ne of Kodol I line, ba gas and water throughout ).

"1 always thought he was, but the other of necessity. concluded to try it. The first bottle $30.00-1-story No. SlONorth dwelling7 Barcelona rooms,street city water Dining Parlor.; j

i. o. o. F. day he went into a department storeto I benefltted me, and after taking: four bath gas. with large: corner lot.No. l
get a new rug for the sitting room bottles I am fully restored to my Vtt West \vright street.1h5.701storydwelllngSrooms..

because he said he wouldn't go another j I Blue Island, Ill., Jan. H, 1901. I II usual strength, weighth and health." \ and painted throughout. newly papered on -

..... "I'n'RI'lila, IKXJ No. 4 day with our old shabby one. i Bros-I have used I I II Hargis Pharmacy, John Sbeppird, belt line. No.:M'" East; Gregory Street.$15.00istory t .
:; rr 1'bur"IR1 evening at ial at Messrs. Ely Kabn. dwelling.city w.t..rand bath, Regular Dinner Daily.
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\ ...r..,..i I',."': ""''j wet IntendencU btreet. "lie happened to get off on the wrong I your Cream Balm in my family for Sidney 7 rooms half Mock of ground: 1IItb .
'rrthrrn cordially Inviud. COOT and he came home with four newfangled beautiful shad trees No. 7 us East '
J.K.LosaN.U. nine years and it has become my C.A.SerOR.A. Cervantes street. ,;
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kettle
J \\F..,-U.Secretary. flatirons and a porcelain J12.50-l-dtorydwelllDK.Xo: : 415 East Gregory I
nUll no sign of a rug. Bo you eve Idon't family doctor for colds in the bead. .u..the Have Hirers Buagtf street,5 rooms newly papered and Short Orders Prompt\ f

AMERICAN GUILD. quite know what to say about I u=e it freely on my children. It is er Q tl.No.painted.. 14 East Belmont street 5-room Filled. Night or Day ,

him since then. a Godsend to children. cottage city water newly painted
In perfect order. -
iVnsacoU Chapter So. 60':'. "All he told me was that you never Yours respectfully, 1l0.5 -No.1014 North Alcanii strhet. a new L
needed till house In good order with 5 rooms. If It'l Borne thin JT Good to Eat 544
l' E l.H\.FR. J>. LlSPE: ?"TRrTHcrttary knjust what you you J. KlMBALL. You want a good piano) tuner to 110.00-No. sum East Belmont street city you wtsb,you'll find U at '

><- Governor.K. saw it right before you.-iouth Com Messrs. Ely Bros! :-I suffered stay in Pensacola, still yon holdback !painted eater ..and peat renovated$ room cottmge throughout.t newly. U; .

panion. greatly with catarrh and tried dif your order. Bend it in. I have 9.0-No.5lOEaei LaKna street a neatly Nick Apostle'sPopular .
f papered t-room cottage In good condition
OF L. COIBprtltloD.The ferent remedies without effect. After bad 20 years' experience and have large lot.city water

Second Story Man-Well, Bill using one bottle of your Cream worked in several piano factories. as A a large number list of stores smaller and dwellings offices fOR as KENT.well Restaurant

I 'al .1.eimitIy No. 1305. bows business? Balm I found relief and I cannot Orders left at Johnson's book store

!etts first Monday In each month.w.r.1t.TIIAMP.. The Bank Burglar-Well\ we're bav praise too highly such a remedy. attended to.CEAS.. THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,

\!.IUt .; In' a lot or competition from do fellers :Miss CORA WILLARD, will be teLling: Real Estate Rental and Insurance I IMWMfW!
McCONSELL. M. W. Ic. Y. W. PBESSLEY. Agents, 1 south alaloi bireet. .
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DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY: 4,1903


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-p.;'l'tr2f f. :.aa6 FACING AN Why not have young hair and look young? Strongest in the World.


l Tilatirsd !ifi1eiY5 COURT It's easily done with Ayer's Hair Vigor. -

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OIL The
at the Poet Office atPensacola, color Equitable
restores
fUk,MOond-elMi matUr.Pltt'i Always ,stops falling. Lowell,Xau.
-- Res-
today
'JlnCS :- Building, :H1K Bouth
Life flssurance
tdatustreet, np-italri. Pensacola is now facing convicted of --- --- -- '- -- SocietyOf

i famine I and more than murder: and FORT BLUNDER. A DARING WORKMAN
I the United States!
THE HEWS PUBLISHING CO.
wife bas burned wax to await the
How Itall That I'ncle Sam Built .
till Cr.unU.. en an 'nOnbht'd HENRY B. HYDC, Founder
the past few nights when case was la. It on nrltt..h boll
Terms: Invariably in Advances Bridge Across the .Niagara.

OM Year by Mall..._. ____*5 00 light was available.At Curious Indeed is American fort "I remember" said a bridge; contractor
.ix Montbi ______. __ :* 60OM which was built on British soil. How some time a;:o while on the Preliminary Statement
Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 one grocery store man from many can guess what fort it is and subject of workmen's daredeviltries, Jan f 1. 1 190;J.

were noticed fifteen on trial this where located? The name is Tort "when working at the !big !bridge Outstanding Assurance, Jl.ffJO.COOo: ()\)
Hnrtiting Rates Furnished on Application Montgomery, and the location Is on en
of the gallon and two an old man across the Niagara when, the two can.tale.l'r Income. .... .... .. .. '" & (
island near the foot of Lake Champlain arms had approached within 000.09!)

TELEPHONE NO. 118. all waiting to.be filled. stick, break. about half a mile northeast of Itouse's fifty feet of each other a keen rivalry New Assurance: ..... 27oOCowe

had not a gallon of oil in As the case Point X. Y. as to who should be the first to cross
'wr A short time ago when traveling in the A Assets .. ... .... .. .... .. 3f OOUi) >.fl
sprang up among men. long
for three days and to was shown
I up that pert of the country, I saw this fort
plank connected the two
arms, leaving Assurance Fund and
supply bad been received. great many and asked the name of it. "Wh ', thatis about two and a half foot of support' '

Merchants cannot Pass neigh Fort Blunder," said my informant ; at each end. Strict orders were issued all other liabilities... S.H\.Ot( ) :

thing like a regular the. trial and "Did you never hear of it?" I confessed I that no one should attempt to cross the Surplus .... .... .. ... .. ?;it)(g1tMt'\
fEB 4, 1903' ignorance, and he explained! matters. I I plank upon penalty of instant dismissal.
informed that "the cars deal of inter It Eix'ins that after the war of 1S12 The largest IOl'rt'&Sefn'r made in any yeir

rived, when they the frovcrrjjjent of the United states I! "At the noon hour I suddenly hearda In the history of the Society
NOWADAYS there are two qualities became convinced that the entrance to JAMES W.
wholesale dealers. great shout from the men, who were ALEXANDER Presiden:
recognized in advertising estimates. Lake Champlain should! be guarded bya all starting Kaising I
Will Brown up. my eyes
A few years ago quantity of circulation How long the scarcity fort !strong enough to engage/ any sassa man step on the end of that i JAMES H. HYDE"icePreW1 ntI

only counted. Now quality is conjectural, but while the to several British fleet which might;: attempt to plank, stop a minute and look down I'I

demanded. there of of a force an entrance to the lake, and so into the whirlpool' below. I knew he
on, are scores
Fort Montgomery; was constructed: at was going to crops, and I shouted to OOWLES
This
; SMALL pox rumor are about as who are hoppitg mad is a cost of nearly! :;tm.fKH). It was an him. but he was too hh! up to hear.lIl'lihl.t'att'IY MOS.,

i contagious,; a) the disease itself and are forced to use candles gang of immense fortification for those days he walked out until he I Gl'neral:1'11'11; ,

1 1 for the general good Of tha community : police. Two I and was arranged; for three tiers of reached the middle of the plank. ItRtirsfil ,

f ought; to be stamped out ctliei- light. I guns. I far down with his weight! until ii I j[ 309! B. Palafox St.. PENSACOLvTHE
are yet iu I Just about the time it was cIli'lctl'i i I could 1'1'li lt !bi twct-n the t\\.o short j ----

t ally and shunned by everybody.THE I"elllell an Audit j information !! the joint surveyors Exit Ig tie, line tlI1I'P'll'ti!!g ends and the cantilevers on .

bill providing for the : Mr. H.Haggins; of : a;air.t them. I twwn tIle United :M'les ati'l (': ::1.1'-1 which they rested He saw the owl in ,' \WHY HaT TilE BEST ? ti
reorganization
writesMy doctor told I i came a!, jg: dud after doing a f.ou.1 bit i I frost of lil110: this, he,,:tatcei and
of the nulitu waa signed i by !: indicted this of 1i -,:ring: announced hat Fort Mur.t- I I ikid SiacU: to see ho.v the other end
the president the other day and we Consumption and I nothing I Konii'iyvas CM Canadian sell. Th" i W.--J. >> iIERC1>>fiNTST
done for me. was given
look for big improve uit-ut- nortLirn loin of New York ,
may now > l:1ry stitovs "I thought:: he was; going i to tt.rn. lie
Jn the military companies in all the The ( ITr of a free trial Iil'.'. I I \ the fortj'-fifth: inr.ilU-1 and this I I'toJt't1.; grasped! both edges of the ,

states. Kind's New Discovery for fatally, i j; fort was '!' >v* ral hundred yards over (dank: with his: !htms dud throwing, ANSfER GO.Har.t .
tieD, induced me to try IH'c !Hat': Tr"rk on the fort <-a..p to ai Lis feet up, stool on his head l.ickin: !!
THE total value of from were tartir."r.! I am I on tha lag of i I iiaijii'JUto sUinO-tilS, anti the I .
watttrI his
exports rfdd to recovery an J owe ; logs in the air cracU'uu his:: he-!s i iio ; :' been awftic! '
this port for Jauuary: are reportrd to Kiu?'s New Discovery. [ Crcve, 1:1.: ,I \rr.s .aado tl c tuljcct\ cf a sieclal: .thw anti ytllinto the terrified on-', for c.in j iu! r t't| > 1'. S. :

have esceedeJ cl G33WX). Tl.ese saved my lif"." This : d l all doctors !I' I.". ...t.. .. I I hJk<'l's. Tina i he uid for alwut a uiia- j tit' L. & N. D pot a : -

shipments went to twenty reveii different guaranteed for all I'-rut! : ; n',; Arnica j| It was decided t'.nt! in v/'w of the ]1 1I | UI('. It seen: d to me I"f"Hy. Then ] find al a tl'e! fxcla-iv-!

p.iutsof dci-tiaaiion: incluJ- di-r-a-f.- by \\'. A. 1)Ah ; I cure hiia. i I f..ft that Hi" United l ;':se t drup lnv..t.o :-'llltL 1'J.l..fx =ties t. } ; j t..Cu..JI.:; f'!i"r,ii- \lj. 1 < :i 1.:1' : "" a mil j waved 1:1" lat fwd tr-i'ti d al'i'-jj ttio w-i--t 11 I' in a :o -
lug cue port iu Japan, and consisted I #I.tO. Tjialbu'tlefrl-e. I : I ,..., !26juiW Hri-: *,, i;! t-i' fqfi.v-fif' |. ..1:1': I .tth:11; : I 1 1\ i.t a | t'l.:;.:'n t" toe f.'t r si: ail n--'a"d! albt' I':i--et'! I: to. 1

ol Lut eight principal varieties tfmerchdndijo ; :! .,- 8 ore, 121'! :i.u.: o:.1 ( :.- ,"-in: .' at t'us ;J".' :u :- ) t.1' -i''W' i.'a i reiIt.cee. a., ..

cotton aid luuilier: being j i 1.* To r i,W; i':,- !> rt. 'ii.-t:: :-j \.y\: \ "\\ I'I:"I'T--! !! !I'M.: of eatr-->, !hat 11 .

the cLief article-, I 15 STEAMERS j i --- I I t.e: f''""t '..-. c.i:i 1 ..!"t"..i liii'.ul-r.! it 1'i vrh.t tlii'i: V; r. i '': l'i '!r:.t :'!I t :.' irl II' rrr.. t.,:.,' J.;. ,.. ,'., tWe (-f ''

---- I :: :: I \\::s i-ever an.i-il: end ha 1'\ \.r iic H rhi, !' i'! Vvs ftr;ir 1 hint nail lie ,
A MLMiiEiiof the lir.r.(- oU ; UNDER : OY.lillN; by more than w.e or iwo wi.'u. i f-alil *' .::<-ii.i ml work any.vhere.! aoondu.! ..* '
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I'fBuilJt. ..
; lature h.is introduced! a bill 1f'i"j 1 -: cit. York herald.FICKiNGS I Cassicr's Mairisine.S : > ?
{ : m-e.ii! r,' an j far ,
ing kisiug, and making it- a finableotfcuie I,I ---- $ I i I.4 a U. If aLl Pne.....

F# on the ground that the practice I It j fifteen steam: .-hips : : J i FROM FICTION.t riik For $t<> n D.\. I': lepiin- .' y sir (1', '-i i I. '
:. :, i In :San Fnuicisco 1:1 1S4-:) corks iu ,
} is utifcacitury. Abut\ the pane I ii t l''iu"> i.ui'y Sr .hl l | -. ]' ,-
chartered by the Gulf j, i stores and ounces Lad muniliceat: sal- HH.'HaliLu.k-' .
,
time member of the Virginia !.J.i3-1 i I),' tire'Irst people 5u the world is Join K
a ( party to l"ad here durin? ", Lt taken tic uuni ease.-en. aries. Five uoUars: a Uiy was the I'hone.I.I'EIadHAN; .
1 lature advocated a bill for the ?ups smallest !
in the
pressionof ki-augthe bible in the! days. Five of these; : | ; !Ju.-'" jolly !I The o-j'.y! safe investments r.re cduca- and stipeLd one Baptist even preacher' custotih.ui'c. was T S TRANSFER CO.
makes itf1rH tOIl: anti Ill'::!t h.-"I':mid Kveitoii." I
state courts on the same ground*. now in this port, and the I '! I paid s H\( ") a year. iliorers received mS.H.H.H.\J.L\1.\RK.: !1'1"
; at the The thug: I did net par fa: I f..!;:i II this tiling keeps ki-sing will opera $1 an hour. A pick or shovel was1! HAKKY '
e up the other ones to arrive !; 1 most eXTH'!iMve.-"The Yv'orM's HAI.LMAKK; i'rutf.-r .-. ,'
become one of the lost art?. uuhtck-: I l'I'OI.ll'1 1 11'un worth $10! and a butcher's! knife ?". an announcement i steed njy be sure the evilill!! UtunpTLtre I
e ----- I tre-ituierit At om1! time the carpenters who were
I I ifui I
himself it tli t.-"Tl.
u Iheht
, U "THE Sheats and Washington sen- jug by the Gulf Transit I al! H:od- _\III1'ril'nlls.yea" ee gt tiring $!'_' a day struck fur $MMl

5 done each will load .! epitome of I I Tin;
,ft eatiou has probably mor3 towards steamers is Ito such certainty of Lncvr1-
I i Tsutri i'r"itded I'nr. .
advertising the approaching fool and flitw j : an til :rt to ((',;., t"i: all &-u!>ji'tis as oue bolt.st: i iI S:1mI- : il>- r uWni ttll his lok! : dot 11 i Ft : "'J1i tn :,<'} fl 7iiu
State convention of --- ---,- : c.'r:'H dr. Ue-I! .",' : I' jl !)
I ccnnty superintendents I tvh! :1 ceu and ehV;; -tib, un :1u kI i-'t. }'('h r \\ouid give deco each; a hahp? I -1 PH ,
tmtiJ' than anything el-e. "1t'* I A Cure For !; !i ; ; its inherent I i l::::" I HlTll\N-: he knew ls-ttai.! lie \aU JH. :.
1 '
: an ill wind," etc.: (;'aimtril'cSun. \\". Williams, of !startling; sit- 1 I I There! are ;::I'l'fitcr'irl1ws than t'uriftI I tale! di-ia dot Kt. IVtir would rile deal

t Ii rays: "For more than a ) ; and! |I I It is butler to dk ivnnile&n than to: shave I each a banjo.-I'hiliideii-h'a' UeeorJ. ; 11'hulc.ale acid
I! \ to score |!I l>eei tw much of a IHI'-h L"usprukaUe ill-tail (iron-1 .
:
So it would appear that editor Me fen d from lumbisro. I o'4! "
s I I SlOOt." \\kc.t StarK'l the Jir.Vlfe : .
Chamberlain's 1'aiu l .
F Creary kicked up that little Tempest > .,
: I
tt1.itrjt'9it71 :"
gave me entire relief, -- --- I "Lt Inc ( .t'I'r this iliOt.'utr! seinehow. -I wonder Low you can look
'is about Brooker just to aovertie.the I utter! remedies, had *a Men. I ." sirs youth. ..th.l t I may lay the ac in the faw.

11; convention at.\! do Mr. Cheats i Sold by all druggists: atd I is jioiseaius; game tf life well. AnJ our hair is Ilns11aud--Oh! a wan can get used to Family, Fancy and Siaplc

its. a favor.ApalachicoU. : u\1I1 from the I turning gray It.r..I'1 we learn that the IIII)1.hug.-\l.W! York Timis. '
____ ____ I I 4lt Groceries, <
, : ; t inflicted. Al- diiI"y:: :; is the J'uue.-"Tle \Vay cfI %
; I
; H Time AccnrJ ; I '
J iqJ : (s painfully i IE'ape I :' I i (;Zr:\H, S.O CUKI'. Nt, rV and AUKind-; I ,>-.-.-.: )
to thu IVnsaccla News; I'E i ;;(eoli.tns THREE .
, | motion of its I: Tit<- UnVhts of tb.' world no longer ;[ Your rtrnsE'f.t will rt-'u'd yo-jr mODI'Y 'fPAZ' (5.n !-

got exited the other.ty on account, i I quick.: The !i fl-:.Lt in aruinr. tt in every street of i ii jevery ij ) OIS i M..:S r fails to cure llingworm V-. J-'.. Di--r: !1'" ':

i! l of au order rent to the! I'cns.KMla i' HOURS I almost elastic ]j cir: UL'a'(' still men "sans j jI Tuter. OW riMM and 8r>n
i Navy Yard fur woikwui to burly | !: ; at its reach I 11:11''t t.U.; r."i'ro'-he," who not only j I' BIt l.h'fd!* nn tan fnei-, sad all ken! J.;.. M! j., ( .?. .t '

l l- the work ou ve-u-N: r, pairing that : : ;:. \Vkra j live; f-r o.e. Ii.u \\-m; are ready to die! J Ji I' CWB3. .0 ets.:: :. -. Ml"! IPIxl 1 i "i

' Viin of with I : not let po i for lo\e'a sr. _-.- sal.--: .-"Tlie Loom ofLire" UPI.!; ', : .lJ'.-i'm'I.\ -
1 ::1 yard. gum w ir, :]i TL! -r, .'. m. tram today |II firmly in the I HONEY TO LOAM?! Kf-n i (\:\intx 'XM[ :
; Uenuany fern. luckgiouud, tray; t I .
1 t.i -h !,1'c ci,1l! I -us I d -
'l[ the fore, at d, i'o doubt, according to''', lioiiri" lair, arrivihZ at :! j i I ; !; his b"\I1. the I AQ Uratcror' SJrniR I'.mcr. Att"L'xn! Office of W. II. VMiuy I K. .ih (i:' ). rin t. : c ., .
!: '.. The train left for the P. & ; in the flesh, wit!",'r, I !! tolh!\ l'ar.gu "'J. e.t.Y"1 .
t : the News, 'i sac Halts dreaued t f tI
taken huM
have
Strap* fancies <> I II ,
1 I| : his grip, bei <: I:: :"td ht' sate Ilf mOl.11 (iO.f1 "oi"n 1'PENSACOLA.\ i '
f the KaUer'e tlet bvulltar.liul1'.1.1": h.mr and thirty minutes I i result is to I I some men ri'g'.rtlin; the niavuer in j nerd at ti.a !-i?-!'-t fate ;,f'intfr .

I Ii' fox tstrt-et ai d the News tilieu." i iEnnoK j titctious ou t.e main line 1'i ; of flesh if the i I which their botiies were to be iiposi-J ; .'-t. Y ,I] fun b > a--urfd ('f fir -- -
h'jUl.-Leslie's; !!I of after death and l the ceremonies to ba : treat Ill. rt :..miin :toy conB i 1-nn.t.
WALTON of the Lexington reason for the! delay. I| observed at their fuueraN. I uu.-i1u., reb.tji-. Ftr

(Ky.) Democrat expres-es tie! oin-, !I I many important pas i| The ;feat lmlll'ror ('Iwrhs V. lia.lj -

ion that 1>A kiss without the full the plitform waiting for a Mate. I j the curious ida of ('1'I"lmltiaihii own I DO YOU KliQWAX PressingClub
I u ? of marble! I I fuiu-r.il. Shortly before his death ho
M consent and participation of the I
" I>malllK'Y, is i-Li.-ii-d a t 'iKb to lie made in the: vlwri-I nLI::\ LUMBER CO. have:

kisser, I is as insipid as cold soup and I'i A Thousand Dollars Tltr "nor in the of the moia.stiry of 1tl'l.m:1tlura.: to :a large rt"ckf tri.s :-d stud:h/.g :I FOR CENTLEMEU.
'
y f. 1 unpalatable as Uanuel cakes.' His :Mr. W. W. Kaktr, of ; iiy. They which he Lad n-tire.1 after his al"lieatlon i und .tOpt their price b< fort :

;. t, earnest words compel the belief that : Neb., writes : ".h' wife anti {grind I awl oil its completion! he was car-1 I buyiig. dIG 1m ;

: f he knows what Le is talking about. II trouble for over fifteen 3 I : to etd:re mills I rif.1. to it as though tlwul.: I'lr.ced) in a 'II I One Dollar Per MonthIn

; t The kiss: like toe country editor has I tried a number l f doctors I "Coiuuiii-s," colliii: and accompatiittl by a flrol'f's.fiou :
Hot French Waffloa
thousand dollar with
] over A : W
wade in while chantswere
: arc he wa bon.e along, Advance : .
come to stay and the danger warctugs relief. She was very low Floviiia Cano Mcmbtrehip.
at1jValentines
sum laid and tears sheil. hyrup
" 'I' of the medical scientist, and all hops, when a fri'td ? prayers ti rn Clothes ClfahPd and Pre=aed "-
mo:1'
varicolored After the soUmn farce was over het tJ1 .
' \ the proposed legal inibitiou by freak tryltlFul"y',; Honey I often is desired.! Your CloUif-
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1 I Iwhicn I did ; and tl by the gins: was left alone! in the chajicl. where !he ; 'TO R Cant for and dF lverprJ. Call 'ifO'j
n); legislators will cone to naught. I i great remedy, it saved her .. take bits of remiii il a short time befuie rising! South Palafox and Join th,
i Under conditions such as EJltor j I is stroiiirer and ei joys 1:1ss and blow I out of the cotlin. I I CI UI).
qil Walton describes as favorable some :than .hI' has ever II a

'n kissing t U going to happen and let I y Ft-ley's'-ars. We Homy shall and never Tar : Too (Joed Illtlil ir.ilcrs. |I i LaOs Mi flirts a Fpcci-lli] : ,
.
1. microbes do their worst. Toy fT.t''l'ars ago. aote was taken i iaa
;{111 II a D'Alemberte.-k thosphfllieted to try the neighbor, ;
.:'l1 AvorsT UFIMOXT today occupies with his regiment (It that time not wwiring the

:j i1 a remarkable p(. lliou in the world "CHICKEN PIE I kilt U find out how IJInY'oul'] be in I G. W. IR\VII\! .
| it away from
fu\or \\raiing the hishlaud costume.
., of finance. He is president of the I I -
4j ::. "He'll kill | Ii due tim the sergeant major ai"- Goods 9 -
greatest ui ban trat sit company iu i I '
k I Those who are partial day. -Chicago peared I.l fUrl' the coiumandiug; 0 ill I'lr: i i
1 ; world aud is known for Hot Chocolae with
i the chiefly I I
j scarce article of diet will with the insect of the votiiis. I
tunnel he is i in the Whipped Cream, at Salemon'ti. -
the building city
-U4 j, remember that the: ladies C. 0.-W)1.) !str;;' .aiit major, how Oar Stock I is Val
'. now ready. .
'fi. of New York and the gigantic; deals :j vemli-t church will !' : loot- many are iu favor of the kiltVS.

ij, through which he is to unite the undetground ; i'pie supper at MKs so glum M.-Two men, sir. entiiies of all shapes, sizes and ,

r aud elevated railroad I C. o.-Ouly two. Well I'm glad
, I Academy of Music on have just come price Sentimental: and Comic. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
under his own control. The there ere at !least two good bfzhland-:
systems
Thursday night and will be bail ev-
. Cosmopolitan this month publishesan 2": trots The hours are \ .-1'riucc- f ers in*, the regiment.major What are: thtirname :Mardi: Gras supplies! such a? ;iI I

. J1'( interesting sketch of the man ,o'clock. It is to be given [ i \l.-l'rirnh.t sergeant Patrick: O'Dric-n cud Wire, Paper and Character ': 'w""n fVrfcacnla and Milton-Ik.at
; i' who took advantage of the opportunity
J'.unlUlly I-xcr-t: Kiinilay.
I tion with their Talent Michael Uooney, sir.-Scottish: Amcrican. '
j l to raise the millions required ,- ,- -- *. ildkj, Cambic and silk Doini-:
rule that "
"CITY
I }'. for the Rapid Transit Subway, and TO Cl'KK rOLl IS O you poor know. collak", File Dearth and : OF TAMPA.

I is now endeavoring to persuade the Take Laxative Rromo T.j a series of elaborate experimentsa i i ., !of!llon._ II::)' am 1.1 1''O*8cola.'pm
Tbis Filtn&ture poor rule that Wigs, Costume hells, Gold and ,
; uPee.aeolaa.r'am 1iI
i f city to build a complete system of box, 2.'ic. d4 wI. it wasn't poor, scientist has come to the conclusionthat Round Ar Milton,Si:00. pmF4reIJoJC
tunnels with money borrowed from -Philadelphia bees are not so intelligent as bouseHies. Silver Br&il, Fringes and: ; trip

him and his associates. This same The finest line ot uml> .
city i is at J. I. Stephens'. Hpir.gles.; Call early and se-
issue of the magazine contains an at them. A Severe Cold for Three Months. i JEWELER/ IN HIS
admirable article on Henry M. Whit- tor file The followinz lettpr from A. J. ltd your outfi We will lay

ney, who controls the street-railroad We will launder your or Protruding Xnbium, of Batesville, Ind., tells them vide for you until
eygteta of Boston, and a sketch of. IS cents each and mike ;: refund your 1 its own story: "I suffered for three NEW STAND
T fails to months with a severe cold. Adruggit needed.GOE'S .
William Andrews Clark, the Montana i hks tear Star Lunnilry. cure j I' "
prepared me f-omo j medicine -
Copper King. -.. -_. and a physician: pre-c-ihfd for m<>,
for the j vci I did not improve. I then tried I have moved my i.wElry ". ore to

The Qiiost lone ofiroods ateriuq silvrt I Vie: hall i I Foley's Honey and Tar, and f-l/ht BOOK STORE. 12-1 south P.ilafot: form -rly occu-
i
"
ana silver vehixs is to be I rll)-f'i cured ine. R fucrub-titdtee. &
pifrlby l'\"i: Co., and an now
found Prices I W. A. f'AI"mhfrte.I .
at J. I. Stephens' to ,
i iPE
please all. CatharticEasy I t'1l'uu'hi Ijlr.f.ix: : Mrcer. iI I 1, better prepared than ever to give

STOnA."I : "'ACOL.FLOP.ID..I! great bargain, in dniBonJs, watches.

O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture to take, easy to op<.: with t / 1 .a kwf: ra tp:<: h"dfiR t''4ft' : -- -- ".- jewelry, etc. Call and eee tee anJ

cheaper than any other house in at lolo } rrton LJP1'- -' TryGnnthtr'sCandjt at let n.e cQ..v inop you.J.'l. .
!
the city. flood's Pills ;1Z I at/ .!(' Sclcmon's. STEYHENS.'i : .





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THE DAILY NEWS. PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY. 4. 1903.GHAFFEE .

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- and nary. His stay there was as -- -5 No. 8QO8. i O\.a; f't.: ;:1(1'
W. C. O'NEAL, Present; M. E. CLARK, Cashier-,t' t
the guest of the royal itself. CAVE MARINESA 1I
GEN. family
t I. J. FOSHEE.Viee-Pruident JOHN PFEIFFER, Ast't Cashier. ,. ; ... .
He speaks tbe Norwegian language roi*

LEFT TODAY fluently. BAD NAME AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK : &4. JW



CEN. CHAFFEEWAS OF PERSACOLA, FLA. *! t 1 *.SJ 1

RECOGNIZED Designated Depository of the United States. .. ; !: !, t
DISTINGUISHED ARMY MAN AND DUMMY LINE CONDUCTOR SAYS .

As the train came in this morning Condensed Statement at the close of business Xov. 25, l1J'J.! ,, i \ .id
WELL PLEASED WITH "A NEST OF THEM" ALWAYS w. J
AIDS RESOURCES. u, "
Lieutenant Ramsay, detailed for LIABILITIES. 'u'j I :

HERE. at Barrancas, left the CREATE TROUBLE. Loaasand Discounts-$442,921.84 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... ...... .... t200.000.00 f ,;.; :. ; :.
special duty
TRIP Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured... ..... 2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... .. .... .... .... ...... .. .... '0,000.00 J'" I r ..
train and started to walk toward tbe (J. S. Bonds and Premiums.. ...... ...... 213,806.87 Undivided Profits...... ..... .... .... .... 5690.34 .. .. .

Stocks, securities, etc... ...... .. ..... ..... 2,62500 Rediscounts...... ...... ...... ... ....... .... 10,287.61 '.' .
on the belated train for hack stand. Gen. Chaffee was stand- Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Circulation...... ........ ...... .... .... .... 12 .(XX1C.o rlt. -. r
pjs.eDS'-rs::: ing at the head of the platform talkIng Conductor Eagalhoff of the dum- [. R. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .......... .6582 Deposits...... ........... ...... ...... ...... 461E04.35 i ,.
Jick,OlYIJ1e this morning were my line bad some trouble with a Cash and Exchange..... ...... ... ... ..... 153,943.12 ;;: fi ," 11 1
with bis companions and a NEWSman ..
Adua R. Chaffee, ColonelLinrnor J \
l .
0neri marine named Simon last night and
when Lieut.. Ramsay caught i h
!!, Major Harrison, CaptainLiad.ar' the man tried to disfigure the con Total...... .... .... ...... .... ..... ...... $822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... S82' ,38 .30 r f.;l2i .'i
of him and accorded him
Lieutenant Harper and sight a ductor's with a "right This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give : >!r, t1t
physiognomy
courteous military salute. It is said four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. rcv' !

Lieott3nt( : Tampa.Howell. They are en that Gen. Chaffee had never been swing." The conductor ducked and 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. :;..>t*.J!

wotew bystanders: prevented further trouble 1' e
seen before by Ramsay, although;: the .
The ia-pection was! completed yesnrdar ,. '
latter was well acquainted with -t.1.' 1. ':
and late in the afternoon, as Liet. Howell, chief of the commanding Eagalboff preferred a charge of B. H. FAIRCHILD, I G. W. & COj xj v ?v jJ' *' 11 f. & CO; 7 '' .j

t.ij in yesterday's;; NEWS, the party general's staff. assault against the man and in police t7PUOJ.STEn.ER: : : :: 4 r
the city and remained The "Arch-Support" of a
to
uenp ---- court today Simon was; fined 38 EAST ROMANA STREET.

(verni.'ht! at Hotel Escambia. They IlULEilS OF 1UK WOULD. $10. From what the conductor said, "aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpeciaff t JUI
'
"Dorothy Dodd"Saves L ; 1t"l ;
J
,
walked
early today and
a1! Jones' .
were up Meat Ka-ing Nations Are ihe Leaders Mayor punishment was none l ) ;_!! 't-]

"Ttr tj the depot at 7 o'clock tot In 1 very Branch i.f Human to severe.It Phono 483. ), : F

ea-tbcund train No. 3. Achievement.The -- o the Fatigue i.*;: '
, ":. the ; was told that Simon with a "nest 'lB1Jo
natious of the woriJ H R. K. WHITE, I
t'i'! were informed their ruling are I I ; .
\V: n !"7 of others'1 are stationed at the yard '
m ?at eaters and M-tory records that I Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler When your foot 5 Is tired from long walking or standing, . .,:. ",.-.Ii ;> out considerably; I and time they have occsionto .q : ,
r have been. every yon rent it most by holding it In your hand and compressing it 1'8
they
. .1 t tr:. t'ivy walked bick t) be-I always f.od cranks I come to the city there is sure tebe and Graduate Optician, I .. firmly around and beneath: the in;tep. Taut i is exactly what the ..,. 'j'!
Vegetarianand; nny: t, "D. DodJ"Shoe & ) '
'rothy doe for na all the tnn \. It is like a soft "
. ,' ..!. I Jr. in.iined until a few mfr .xl.1in: this in any way they choose, | trouble. On more than one occasion : I i South Pila'ox: St., PtnueoU. Fla r' hind firmly grasping the'"wal-"t" of the foot: and supporting' r.f'. ;. t 1

,L : i.,I--! burs train d p rtEd. I bat th& fact regains! that the they have hat to be ejected - - ------ ---- I arch You will never realiz! how much of your Unity fatiuo;: C.. ;1. : ..;
AImr-1 0 ran be relil'E'li.unlll you try a "Djrotby HtUd." A "Dorothy 0 .
)
French Jta -1.
.' ., : i dicers wero attired JQi. : LMIH: English, from the train from the navy yard i DOGS KILL '' DodJ" retains arched shape and sets' closp-! np to the font 1 j f:'",, ; t
i au.' Germans are meat Kiting na1 | i after it haS been aunt f.lr mouth. No other l-of'! i i.; made like i ..- '
.. '. .: fbat from the pie. .I and whenever they get on the train: i 'J : 1 II:!{: "
1 tjon?, au-l they are al-o the tno-t toe 1 / it. Oher hce( bond at every *tepyoi; tako. "Iran the foot: h'1 ..t'1"

: : :.l i i. (j .MS. CrulLjo be W.tS j ,; etic aria mist pro;re-5ivp. i the crew always looks for trouVe.I I 3ELGAIH HARES :, \ comes tired.:! Is ir worth while when the rer.idv is so
,. i:' r:c )gniz; .1.! They were The principal: food of the heroic; {I After OIDcsr ruhtell had arrested : 'i' 'f.'j. ,;,; .. ." '
Ccet t1Jo
J11ey: S3.uD.-ti)
--- '
.:,'!'y j'lousaut and EU- :Boer soldier! known PS Hilton";, i 15 |i Simon and: vas cirryin; him! to the i O/ i ." '

in a .oit cf dri'-d 1)1', f, <.liar Jin; a grr-t gentleman ou YVi'st Hill takes' P .J
.t ml'Y persons CCL- i I police; station, the! marine treacle: a ..
I deal: of uuri hUtut in a highly! cva- '' great pride !iu rai-iiig U l:;lun hates l' ". j.JP
sudden dash for lib' and .
rty 01 ly Ly I .
titrated fM1I1.
.I
I' and has quite: a n'l'ller of them rot -or ,1
The wtak: rust of people; are the the tlieer's! ahili.y: ai *sprit! was I 'j fl/ .. .1. ... 4
: j : his 1,cme. ,,\"I"tl night sin:11: h > I t- S
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/
"FCEY/ELL\/ PLEASED. !
: .ice e.ttir Chil.ot'". Hind"I, and:! the rain c ip'ur-'ci ai.d_: ckcci up. i '
'
..f w ts4rtlplttstd ,.Siam. s?, r. :nrJu:! ..since the d.txvn of !' heard a di-s-nroanci amor.; the : :: a }J' I-c/ < ,* i' ; .

I hi*: ry a.i -prt.-rressive, riipersM- PETITIGil FOR" I hirmlsi ha'i: animal: and np>n in- 0 = =
: .
:
,I'..; -o taki'ri--ssJ hiiu-! i .1 :
ticus and! inferior andmentally : .j
j physically Vt-ilttin<* found a half: dozen ilcu-! > i| >
\: \. -, iei'.rtot.uative.: lie !.. !
j to the nati I
: meat eating tr
1 among them killing theta right, aid ,
iJ fvrythiug !ia nxceli. who dcm.nite: tiictn.! i SMALL RAISE? .'

.' ..1 "At-d I al-o !.,tl' (1 Tilt! i-trucitiro of the tpeth p!. IIY' I.1 1'ft. The r'l'iau rot (his gun {;! 1 (Gi i H Ij;; :
---- Ri.EriA31iSOi & fu" ;
:, and killed f .ur of the ravenous ca-l j
:, -> l 1- an ideal [>\);t. I' : i\Jtli\ ;iP3 that !hum 111 btii::" should! r) : ?) .t.. '

ribs that it bho-ild be so lit.11. ''I jt-u'j-i-t ur-'ia a variety; foi-l.tn?tt, STREETCAR: E 11EL 1YES REQUEST'1 I nines ml wants: I'm; NEws to say I I' ';'i '" ,1.i .. t .:'1

j fruit j ud ;xr..ins and it is unhygienic! :, that tiuyune: wanting the carcass' of I II ..'-.. .'. G. 1/. Clj- '." \\1. \I CO ;, JI ,
:; :: "
.. .. it is of theortatit "' :
-t
Why, cue ;! tfCCnfillf4OIJC'" ditt to any t.ne cf : MORE H3HEY FOR THEIR, I -- --" ,
.. their do;is welcome to, it. Now the I ______ ,f "
: in the Jer-.irtir.eut these cla-s.s; to the exclu5io-1 of au- n E
i ARDUOUS DUTIES. gentleman; is frtquciitly heard to
I: c'I.lmwh the entrance to i othf r.Meat. i I I
*in,; surnethiuj; about Doni VALUABLE\ CITY LOTS. t tj
; :i.- "f the most im;rei.aI is the rvist cnrcontratid anlmot I -- : \
"I got trine, boy Utl1\ STORE
,
el: *ily digested of foods, but i .
Iud could
I : J;> r- perhaps I This afternoon it is understood Du --- : .
of t is often I mine t
our rn'IIlUH living so unnatural i got ; ,
u ; \ ,r -t of navies. that the j that the street car employes will pre- Of the large number of let recent. "
digestive organs re1 1 Dogs were killing Belgian: hares "
;
1. ,\. .- .1. ..' I if there would be i taw, to properly digest meat cps! I I sent to President: ; Northup a petition J ly eurctrished by Mr. O. :\1. Pryor .. j.

wl.wI"1 In the night lime, etc. and pi feel OH sale to desirable .
'r i .:i .isfrrthebjtttr-:; \land similar nutritious nod which in substance requests an increase I -- -- ------ purchasers ;

., 1's: fool!, but it H net because uch I many have bt, u fold, but ; .:i
i t. and he luu in;;- hue : + !I in salary two cents an hour, : '
reil1 BIG JAil DELIVE'IATOUINCY VALENTINES s otnn of the choicest are still held by \
,oit would fund I is unwholesome, but the : {
i t! i. :1
i :
: ni this, it is uId..r"too, to art'y: to .'."
(':1 is! that the toiaacii lack,
i rea' : : him.Ha J'.
,' : -'i- : 11: !'i what he all hands who hive been in thaservice will soil to actual t-tttlers '
-
on
I from di-ease or weakness =oine ntc'ess !' I! FLA.: t :

i s .1 .: W J be tl o j'! ry digestive tlcinriit, ; hei.ce I, for a length; of limo and thrtforpp03'S5iu SEr TMENT! AL AND! COMIC.! m>>->t fjvonblp terms, as he is de- ;.::: '. .':f:

t .1.\ ,: ', < t !IttfCLit: i ftrhi inx indigestion!!; and later on, :' enough experience to justify I 1 | ttrn-.ijfd M build_ up this_ _piopcrty. ,;tJ
...SOUVENIR! CARDS... '
i i chronic ilj-pt-n-i i 1. i ij i. an increase. I Every prisoner at the (iaiucy?:, Do you 'v.ut: uiaj.'r.iact watch I !

M.U33\ mm I ISPRAIIiED j Nfrvu- j>eole slioulJ eat j-ltntyj I j The committee h1\ in? the petition Fla., j IiI! escaped Monday unlit and : ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS for little money? If so, of meat, convalescents shout! i make I I I
diephbfls the jewd!;:. H1 will
i In is aW have been I none of thorn: have ben captured nt'j j
ANKLE pleat tie! principal mid, hud work- !>,. charge to : granted ,:n>..rn..i .,t(: yon. .
I t
fug: pc-Dpl-j have t-i Jo ,>') ard brain'' an audience with the president Sjme desperate en,ir.: ctprs ha 1 hoes --- --------
'. i. i -.;,vtacci-j: I I II I MARDI GRAS HOVEL TIES 1 I J
i wrkr-rand oilee: men should! flat, I :11.<1 other cllhi..Is of the company in the j ill, one of whcm vras J.IIne": Hot iithIVaaQI a
.. s z. with
,,i ''Idll'L! the: I r .,, I > s
inach but at If ast I
r:13'tt
.. rot :t-o mice a early l this afternoon, although a prpviou i Kelly, :a po<=iolie: thitf. j I :Tiorida Caao
.. !h J elfI' day and to in-.lre rs perfect dircsti" :, ; I Ii Oiatisnery
: : notification of the purposes of !| It is thought: that! tOMe of the mAn 'Salomon's..
"d'- ins one or tw.> of b''tjarl's Iy pep-i t I
the court had been tran-m'tteii: will conohis way, and officers areatfhin 'I --- --
rece
sin Ta1.h J ;h.'uld he tukfti nits i Periodicals
,. ( f.
i lid l
i;, e<.ch n* '.I!, h-ctui-f ti.(-y apply the ,,, to the president.cfointfimntliiago! I \ for them I If .. '>u IK.ulfi visit !. \ ;
'
,,, ';,.1.1- '1 Loathe1 :: I p'it. or h-Mu tl. I', viff:
pfpoues, iiat.t-J r.n.l fruit .ic'J-! :,, ) ; the eomp:''' advanceJ i l I'5l'VHd murclrers (glued their : Goods, t/ or":) 1l1.1t u ':Idrif:;'-i l ,

I '; ; arm lat'hiug in e\ery Ca!,iof stomach of their I-. voluntarily ',, liberty wnh thc other. i You wili! -ciivta h-, i f .
:some i )en Pictures acd Frames.IMJ.AKOX I
1 r af'iu.tlI tri'ubio.Ntrvons. I i __ I I I HI"i rind toe el -,i'e,-t
thse! alvancfei b"i.iz: made: D-strpaa! afu-r : : q u"r- .I'pt in 'ne ity. JI
: i ',.1.! Llvl'Ii ch *p"p..i'I, ca'arrh of eating belching:, and -

i stomach, sr'istriti'ur -,toiiidch, only to men loiigni the -prvic*. The nausea between meal, are symptoms !! You nil ci'iisjlt .
:3"r"
; onss
X'l- anl acidity pro only dilf.-rei.V'I.increase was made at a tine when ; ofdy-r"'p-ii, which Ho.id's .susa-1; e-t- l h\ pun O. 31.
I f' 1 1 ">
i pi
; : h/pid" ,, mules fcr ludi/PstMn" the failure to :i tho men had jut won out in a little; panll i always cure. C. JOHNSON watt furniture. He is ;
i.j! ,". i member\ .. -- 1' .
food and the
digest l whIt' nRie n etuart' : labor trouble. i fTOi'l'IU"-"' :! *dl chenpei tt. iu any

I' i I. I It. ; i I.' u-1 and "..,1'(1. Col. of :-; ; Catarrh: Tabitts: cure i i ;i He-Suppose I should ask your fa-1 j the city.

I : I Men whom the raise will effect are ;i thcr if I could: marry you. I l o you -.- ---- : :
all -
v 'II t i it wan iiovf-r any :< them because hy alfordmy: pl'r-J I 21M S"1l'TII hr.L ,
feet dije-t ton thftomach has :aen.eP very impatient as to the answer of Link I would stand any chance i j! .------ (:7-i'OKTLAM) ( :
'
ilia u i rui'tarumslnp, : :She-Xo. Tour case would be hope- j fi M per Inrrtl. A. V. :
: t" re-t and recover natural their official head, but think that
'1'01'' :,, ..! ,:\\ .n-. had> t-) ('an.uct! ali I less. (; :rlirii aid :. ( :
i! tp.pll1dvi >,. their will be granted, as; tho --- 1
.. request lie-Do you think be would really
!- "r ir'-l-! f.'I'.l, '!lu- store when I MEAT &
: Stujrt'Dy'ppii Tables t is the or' I II MALT has! '
'. advance is a just one. say di'totieeii'ti. ..
While
W. : t. :, tnodiciae it safel
roil h.'uctold: ; n S I She-Not that; but he would leave it
I The street railway men's union i piea-uit tn take, it
and p!*>at't (or the ftomich alf I to me.I : uoa d lo.n| H.,;dy

it i is for the rfectdiueitioa t is now composed of a great many ,. '
CCL LIVESMIRE'S i I, the baby a; iaip ut its rand sire. member, and it is quite an iull Ut'll- I A Donlilo Finrrelcd JoLc. : :

WESESTHiC' GRIP They are not a cathartic, but a ii- tial boJy.HEAVY 1 The facetious boarder bad: the plot I You can get
laid for a killing; joke. :
'r gP-tivo and no pill! habit can ever furnished !
I.1- rmi.! CITIHS with him I "it's a \\oiuliT be said "that you > !
f"llw their use; the only habitStuart's i I didn' this hen' feathers and ira.. elegan
::1\: -' It is the GUN t serve up furniture/ :
'j .rrip. same (
: Table induce le the habit all." i

.1- :, i I'j i wth him in various of KOJd digestion and c:>tiscquutlygot : : "The rest time,'.' said the landlady, j stop {5' Juind's on !;

!t'' '..ntri'! = and f i., a.J"r:1ed d health._ I If PRACTICE BEGUN! {| with marked emphasis "I'll serve her, I i r y' Jtienls_ iceckly or_ a

\\' :, bill and all." :, t-=
!'i '! "U..tJIJ1; cud< from all f Simple; bottles; of Dr. Kilmer'S m fctrcct.'i..
I
cvmtrie*. One oft ''-:1 tupKnot, the great kidney: (livtran1 : ( ..urea.'Sucress. Call:
t'l.idiJT; ni'dy, are b -iisj rii.- i Heavy gun practice began at Fort ." I asserted sagely, "Is due on P.CKKifAN
> II c'tri.ti.tnr: Norwiy, tribute ] hpr fro'ii hoiise.frtt-. H.ire C. E TAYLOR CO. for f"iimaus ( : ; tJ.
: I Pickens this morning, and at 10:30 i to our accurate judgment; of human nn-j ,
a. 'v ::11''lit ::" ither'i country you received <'i If? I II 'I ture." your orders. fur lumber. !

1 .. ",'t. uiiii'erwis t I. ':I o'cic.ck reverberations from the big j i I "And," retorted the man ",\ ho always I Artistic Shoemaker, : I t'

1 I. ,t'zzdnJ's fire Best for Be.I I 110-inch gun brought hack mpMi.Ties i carries thi:)?* to extremes "10 its iDacj -
::1! if'ou the army I T.YOHl M'KCMI.TY.. DR. F. E. ;
''of. eeveraldays since when the big I curate juilpTicnt of us. -Brookljn Llfe.I t!
Phone X'). :!::3. 9 South Palafox St. I,
lot of dynamite was tired at Piclien*. I Has returned and re
I who teaches to
l.\.c. '" The man : women |
,, _'i) L 1',' .. ,.,....1.. .. I:i Practice will probably continue for ,. smoke always marries one who won't CO TO L W. PEAKE'S Office 2'.'2 \V stGoveSalisbury :

I i! about three weEks. let him do it I Mmself.New York I P.uiJ
5 CAN GET .< .< .< **
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yOU -- --- Times. No.S'j South Palafox strut, for your

An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off.' J JI' electrical work. HP is prepared to Telephone ;

ICE CREAM SODA, ":;ome time ago my daughter: For Oer Mity Yrari. i do you a lirst-cla j job at moderate

t caught a severe cold. She complained .I' MRS. \\'ll sLOW'8 SOOTHING SYRCP bit price". Phone 203.( '

HUYLER'S !ICE CREAM AND HANDMADE CANDIES of'pains in her chest and had a bceausuci for for their over children sixty years wblle by mllliooscilmotbors teething. MONEY( TO

I her Chamber- Hot French Waffles with
bad coujjh.
-ATTrainer's gave with pertttct taccees. It ono-hen tbe cbllu,
lain's Couth Remedy according to softens the gamsallays all path eure+ wino Florida Cnne Syrup at On the u'o..t rea

directions and in two days:; she was colic, and U tbe best! remedy for Ularrbof I' Solomon's. without publicity. ,

$ Confectionery It will relieve tbe poor little sufferer 1mmediately. j J. W. i!
well and able to go to school. I -- -- -- -- --
Sold by Urnggleta ID every part I CITE V WO'I'ICEM. 28!. South Palafox,
.' .4 FIRST DOOR NORTH OF TMESEN BUILDING. .*?< have: used:; this remedy in my family of tbe world. Twenty-five cents a bottle !, - I J. A.'ILf
for the past seven years and have I Ee card you ask for"M Wini'ow's! Mootb-1 .1"-r N}.ITtiEfttnecaptaa.owners. f. ) :
,, @rt the I
nOrl'lII'IItJ .uc.ieo
6- $ never known it to fail," fays 'James Ingtlyrup'andtt_ 9 no_other kind. j i 4...,o.'Y'k" CarMina ..11 be rfO"P Q&IiCJ',7 -

- __ .. -I I merchant, Annato Bay, L'I rte for debts contracted by
II I Prenderga, F. & .\. M. the crew of said vt's'1..l I
I i IKTO1t1OSIAN l
India Islands The
JamaicaV'e-t
( Regular communication: To ordofr Captai'n. j jNXllHKIttb
D. HALE WILSON, 1 pains: iu the chest indicated an approaching I 1h of I'en":!:' '1.1. IJI diro No. 42, ': ,ultter .

stuck of pneumonia, I''. & A.5i.. ... 7:';0 p. nl" ..... r ptan. own- d
( ,) rh'ld:1.. Feb. 5 I iy1: 51%<:a i: tr eoDfugiieM, of tne

Real Estate and Rental Agent Un-doubtedly I I /\ /\ U'ark iu F. C. dptr: e" I IViitlng I "- f rrPe"; HrlnihI.lp; .,/...tl.. for Utmwill dfbucoutraetr bf- '

I lain's: Cough H medy. It counteracts I V! brethren are cor- { Pd the drew f-'atf of, Lumber.i>. tendency of a colt toward diallv
any invited.B. outlrn9. _
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1:1': South Pal.iftn Street, I pneumonia. Sold by all druggists C. TUMKINXV.. M. I W. JJ, Il.MILLICH,
and medicine dealers. I T. H. FLEETWOOD, tec. ant \laptaln. :'Ott a. i'alafox
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FOR THE CHILDREN Final $rm patb,.

H A MILD ECf CASEi I So TiredIt "When I was your age." said Mr.

Pecks alld Plat.. Goldbags sternly. "1 earned my own MISS FAY LEE
I I ,

ted. Contagions It is always Blood bad, though Poison never sometimesno exis 'Two pints mate one quart; two may be from overwork but living.Ills! son looked uneasy but was silent President'of the Shakespearian Club Kansas City.

external symptoms of the disease appesr quarts-no, four quarts make one peck; the chances are its from an in*

for a lung time. i I I egLt pecks make one galion" active LIVER.- "V.V.1, have you nothing to say for Your,booklet came to my nervous tension. The nerves

Bccan=e the: disease is slow in developing "You're net getting! thct right" Interrupted yourself III that connection?" home like*message of health soon begin way under

does not ic'l.cate that the cased Janet. Tucks don't mate gall&ns. With a well conducted LIVER "N-uuthin!!. sir: except that 1 sympathize I. when I tad suffered with the strain.Yon: perhaps jocp:
a EulJ one, for the poisonous virus at one can do mountains of labor I at unusual
You mean eight pocks make a with you. and congratulate you I hudache,backache and(bear- any disturbance
work in the blood an its force internal bushel. Oh dear, I wish WJIDQdlJn't on the fact that it's all over. "
spending upon some nervous and hysterical and O at no apparent cause
vital organ while you are looking for external make cs learn then!" It adds a hundred per cent to Tit-Cts.2iot ; I had not consulted any doctor, That is what Miss Fav Lee

fcigni. Coat-icpuus mood Poison l Mamma came in from the nest room. would 603) North Seventh Street
ones earning capacity. a. ConnlJerale a. lie Mlsbt Be. I 1 thinking it pass away ,
d c nt affect ill alike. In most cases J Tut oa jour things and take a run in time, but instead I found Kansas City, Kansas, was
friend of isn'the
the Srst little sore is quickly followed by it can be kept fa healthful action ; "hIl s a good yours I that the pains increased and coming to when she rescued
'
(li;: sen, just to get freshened up a ?"
painful swttllicgs in the groins a red I by, and only byTun's I were more frequent. I de .t41 herself by taking Wine cf
eruption the boc.hsores, or ulcers bit, sLe counseled. "Oh. only medium.
tpoa I tided to try Wine of Cardul 3Hu rat Lu. Cardui. The Wins mata!
la th mouth and throat:unsightly copper I The two sisters were running races "What do you mean by medium?" and in a short time was much her a strong,healthy! : womanagain :

cr'ored blotches, loss of hair and eyeh with the spaniels: Dot and Don, when I "Oh. Le listens: while 1 tell him! all : improved. It seemed to act like a charm. as it has made a million other

j\vS2s
disease.VLtr. the poison is thus "Oh, dear now it's pecks and pints 1 Pills to liott'a while he tells me nil of his."- was most satisfactory. Words fail to exing regular menstruation the entire
its !
ficjhiS-g to the exposing
way sun ace. Chicago Tost press my gratitude for the suffering that ia relieved of the tmibIew.ifu..
and bushels again: grumbled: Madeline system :
the di.-aie in all its biuepusaess, we call
saved I in fine health
I is now me. am ,
i drain The which hold
it a.ba.l c ice; but Contagious Plod: Poi as sLe led her sister a chase up the and I ligaments the
i I physically can only
mentally. uy
Had
son, whether working internally cr externally i stairs. SLe stopped short at the schoolroom He It. thank you', but there is much more in womb in place are strengthened by a

is a dangerous, treacherous disease. door and gazed at the table in TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. "Yes; it's Fullerton's bobby that advice i my heart for you." healthy flow and that organ is returned

S. S. S. is the only remedy that cures wonderment. is cheap and within the reach of I to its normal position. Returning
Contagious Blodl Poison thoroughly and rsun." EARING-DOWN pains are the health is the result. This is what
\Vh-y:" gaped Janet over' her shoulder every p\
that know. If
worst
permanently. is en antidote for the First Lore. "What dwn be mean anyhow?" !. L.I women Wine of Cardui has done for thousands
from this tron-
are suffering
deadly virus that and produces and the awful On the table was an array of cups People who marry while very youngare \Vhat he says. I suppose He's a Bra TOU need not be uncertain of the best women in Ameri .
ulcers destroysthe
eruptions sores when it is too late "
bones. Jlercnry and Potash dry up and glasses and boxes, a large pail of apt) to find out confidential divorce la wJ'cr. Dslti- : about it. The pains: in the abdomen If you need advice write The Ladies'

the skin eruptions but in so doing drive sand and another of water. The mother that they have mace the greatest' mistake l ruorcNews.. i and back that feel as if heavy weights Advisory Department The Chattanooga

the poison JlcrJnto the system, where I 5lli1."lto see their faces. in their !lives and that though it I! "were pulling down on the nerves of the Medicine Company,Chattanooga

it sldmrrs for a tike but coins Lack "Yi'e'Il tern about the measures In anew may seem very sweet to marry "the /TTMlielio Soul I stomach are "beU-I -down pains". Tena., describing all your symptoKj

again with redou .lcoi fury. way," she !'aid.b; pushed theglasvs first and only love," this samefirst "Well, did !ol... 1.11th' book?" They may not be particularly severe at freely, and a letter cf advice will it

S. S. S. is a vegetable:: remedy that has 'I : and tin pails: to one end of the love" is the very last jierscn In the "No." replied:: the ccrk.! ":;;he said : present but they are growing worse. sent aI.OObott3eofWhof ,
hews .l for in treating married.borne That headache hick nearly drives you yon. ecure
use -
successfully have
years world that they ought to y
'e! beside tl.t- water. "Those are to I she lililn't!: like the co\er design. -Detroit i from
Cardui
is caused the terrible druggist .
th'ih'dioeaoc.nd; : distracted now tj your : today.WINEofCARJ
t'A : .lrsiti:1all.taesanl. .*..i':...ur;> llqu'ds in." she ex I'!..!...''!. "\\'e indeed may advise! couples to I Frie I'nss-

\i kao cq f'jn.is. Lnahtvelae';: '' will;: 1:1 ire water for cur liquid' and playit marry before they are cut of their teens million
S, v k I and settle down before the detractions A suffering omen
8 .4 .'q attc \ ;; :h-5t "::t:1PtUl.1; al b: toil!:." their I', If we eotiM! raie our neighbor's': chl- D J have found relief b
shake
&:J 1ty o cLt'onnl! sore mouth, "u 1, that; wii: bfuur: cried: Madelie. of the world can attempt) to :: irci i'lstead of our own there would Wine cf Cardui.

{ or muscular an 1 Lone ")Iay I measure it out in tliiise allegiance to each other but this settling I! le a laodiJ t'1It'l'atiolJ.-\cw York

I,.. "'. "Ot rbk; .t.listaintvdant: thediseaseis I running! glasses:" down too often proves to be amore ,i .New --- -

1: :.a to 1-rcak out again: at any timeA "Yc.jou cun take charge of the ti'iiqiorary phase and i is: followed' : ;- .
c 0)";--,C of. S. S. P. will remove every I by an unsettled condition that: lusts for I Appearance Derrpllie.Tale .T
ail and Jan.'t have the drylaiastiro
:
:! ;. may
-Appearances are not always to SAMUEL
I tri;-e of: son std at the same tluet fZ. CHARLES
I' the rest tf their unhappy lives. Second
end cf the table! and she can I I be trusted. ,
i'il health.V.'ri .
: ; ;>yo-jr general I
often best in love.
I : for our Free Home TreatnicLt F-and tm :surc out salt ai-l pears anaapples. thoughts are t Kratly-Tliat's so. It's a mighty bright

book. Xo cliarge! for medical advice I : ." book that 11\es up to its cover-Itoston f.l'ii BOOT ANTI SEDS :MAILER

The Swift; Spe i ijc! Co., Atlanta, Go.Dltlrnit I I. "It is only sand," laughed;: her sister.! Curded Trnnkl. I Trl1IscripLCASTORIA. H
"Just as much salt as your water is Trunks corded instead of strappedare v. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

milk;' returned Janet, good naturedly. thought by some theatrical managers Wh'1)ecale) and Retail
of Lt-lt Haudrd Hal-hern. t ;: 13 Dealer in Shoe,: Leather & Findings.
I What d-lightful; work it was! to be fatal to the interests of their I
J "1 have struck all kinds! of barbers In i 'fHO.NK
514.
Madeline took the little gill glass and companies. "I can't have any hang UOTKOrril I'AI.UPoSTItFF1': ; .
my trills! about the country," said the I
I filli-d It four times to make the pint cup man's ropes among my people, exclaimed For Infant and Children

i roan who travels "but the one kind full to the brim. Then that had to be one well known farce comedy IJ.
that always makes tue feel as if I was The Kind Yon Han Always BougttPIMPLES : E.
I balanced on tbe'I'r.r brink of eternity filled twice and poured into the quart manager on noticing cords upon one of DUBUISSOX fc9 BROTHER
bowl and the bowl four times before the trunks belonging to a lady he had
Is the loft liandtil barber. I have been IHan the "'" iO'&p"two"f /
OHXKK
the big gallon pall was full. just brought at large expense from east : TARRAGON V AND ISTJ.SUEt.Cl.STHIT: : : ,
shaved by several cf their class.
They
I Meantime Janet bad been conqueringthe to west And such a horror bad he of I
j have been jri*>d barbers, too every one Dealers intl
dry measure table with her sand the "hoodoo" effect upon his company
J of them Lnt im matter how well they
and her pretty round coverless (coxes. were a woman addicted to such methods Choice and
Staple Groceries
" know their business they always gave Family a:
The girls changed sides and the fun to remain a member of it, that he I tOur
rite a bad turn and time they
every went on till dinner time. The next day quietly paid the astonished! newcomer Goods are Received Fresh Daily. Thfy are too
1} t-refs the raz"'r across my fact11 felt as many to enumerate
the girl took turns in keeping grocery two weeks' salary, adding her fare : and are Warranted to Im the lest the :Market Atlords and can be
}i' fare; nnd I were about ready to part
l'' store. The trade was very brisk, and back to New York by way of compensation "My wife bad pimples on her face but I Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given u* During the
; (."". IP : Of course it is foolish, but
I iy. before the day was over both sisters for discharging her. she las been ukm tAS: CAUIuTS: and they I Holidays\ and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City
I.ow..i..ss! \rhlll I find myself av&ixncdto hire all
I aisappeared. I had been troub.ed
II a left harut'I barber leave the shop knew dry and liquid measures perfect wtli constipation for some time. but after tai- COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
!ly.-Kasma C. Dowd in Youth's Com- Idiomatic blunder inc the first Cascaret 1 have bad no trouble I
on some jiri'test j KO cannot spear too highly ; P.O.
"Mr. let introduce Box326.
paaion. Ileupecque. me you of "iscarets.: KHEDV A HI IA%. J. E.
\\ ( t< lie Leautili; Other then Dubuisson & Bro.
to the Count de ippee.! 570'l Germantown Ave.. I'hiladtlthia, Pa. PHONE 66. ,
j XV) I : Kfiin.lcd on the! MlbjlCt
; :i .ave ('ro." ,\nnn'r.. "
,\h, net ze honor to meet a musician.
l' Irn.ii".reucil to the same weakness, This is not a noisy ;game, but it Is avery 1 hear sat, zat you au' your family CANDY Pnn1ily: Grocor.-

1 :1:;<1 r.-.'turn ruttol,1 mo that they amusing: one i.evertlii-le It maybe play ze music CATHARTIC

1 hits "! UkeunexpainaLlet'.rrd; of left played ly :\1IY't'll nupjlcr) of per- ""'by. 1 don't know the first thing

, \ haii.i htii.lr'sirs.! In the dressi.iak-, sot.". with an odd one for leader.Tin1 about music." A. 3i lJL
1. ill liu<;1\' tea 1 told, left hand w.rsa.7
e. > a
;; > aci players seat themselves in two "\\"h '. I hear net all around zat you a re .

b c'.1 vur-r ui.l sitter is jii-i-tiy sure t<) Kms, facing each other exactly. The 'plays! second fiddle' to your wife!"- It&aa RIOISrIaDr

in il\{ ll'! on:" :mr a crop Ilf jroist1 Ile.-h, I lead'-r; may walk lip and down between Ilalliiuore: Herald.At r (FITCKSSOK TO AVKKY: WOOLKOLK.)

i v.'l. '( < vi-n a h".rtul: s (iccupj'tion; like I IfJii the] lines or stand off on one side, as lie IMPORTER: AND JOBBER OF

Iii'.n-iiriiw:l can always !I.' /\lil..II.1I to I plea'es. lie should be a good talker: the Maxked Ilnll.
Pleasant Palatable. Potent. Taste Oond. I>o
!( prods <> re'l shivers! if |iursiul l by a alert'and quick Witt, 1. Male Dancer know who you are Good. Never Sicken. Weakun.ur Crii Sic:::.c.$'rc. HARDWARE.

.' t lit 1'.011 \vliy>c (!"\rlUs liis in LIT lift When the players have all been seated fair ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ..

0 hand." tLe leader calls out the name of my FemaleDittoWho partner. am I then pray? 6l,rllm Rrr.d; I..|>..>,1.1..".,Uonlrrtl.!*f.1"6 ]1| ,

---- Iron Nails Axe, Hhvf, Few Mill and Ktenmboat
setae one of the players and asks him Male itto-Oh.. I aru quite positive.I i pun TO SAC !' lId an* Kiiarnnlcpdlif all drng-
What Tllilni l.rnt.YVhrn i or her n question. Now, this player gst to t:{'BE'l' baCCI: ilabit. Supplies, Cooftinvalid Heating I"tlVPS, I'.unt, Oils\ !
? ?>!r. Tiden! in 1'71 was nominated word. recognize; you by those lovely white, Window Glass (Guns ?i=tols and Fishing Tackle.
not by one
innt :answer even teeth.1'emale .
f,.r !Olin riser of New York. )lr. pearly Aite and Tinware II
;
,
luade Ilonsefunilshiii n10jl
The aii\v T must I*? by the player Ditto-Why, I only got them ; ana .
IMF' :!!H'inu'r reel ivrd the nomination for' OPERA HOUSEMANAGER !
: to him; before the leader
. lieutenant I opposite this morning. Ha, hal-Froia! the Ger LVAUEXiS FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPAXVTS1
} Rnvertinr. Tilt ti''t thus has time to fount ten.

hentiiil W.,;; e;.i-.i-il br; about ;.u is i II'Ja' If a person whore name is called answers man. ,',- ,-- Revere Giant Ktitched Eeltinsr, Northampton Emery
1 Wheel C,)., I/iftin & Rind Powder Co. Johnson's Ivil-
,
juri'y. A lalle; knot: of li/raiius ia toe' question or even begins toSIIMUT UN Mistake. COE ANNOUNCES
J1 )i.Y"I !. eiyv.o; usijtly! vottul the l.e must take the leader's The puzzled plebeian who is attempting s,ulliue, Iron King and Kuck Stoves anti Ranfr"*. Wni
WITH PLEASURBTHATOX Coups & t'o.'s Rfiw HiJe Lace I p.athtr..15I1Q"d
J' l:< ii;!>!:t-at fi-ket tonic( Mr HmVai-iiiier plac", the leader taking his. And a his first meal on a railway dining: Made Railroad Colors.

>:n his: ea..e to !". a (;
.xeratc'i.iHl: their; ticket in his favor opi! .>ste person' if Le fails to answer names of the different; dishes. Ma"t/flit. Tomule, .1 Pcn :u'ola. Fla.I. .

: that lie h.d a h.ajnrity "f 'nearly' r>,'!.- !/l'f"I"> the lead-r w.nnts ten. I After sonic study of the menu he 3I1XSIJS.Will -

( t). One (".ay afar r Mr. TiMni; ; and Mr. The leader 1IIUt'I' have said be I says to the waiter:

il I Jiurs'iiinir 1hll! td n iitau;.:'uiated they quick! and alert, it U-ing his object to "P.ring me a plate of this alfalfa- A VAN PELT. J. C" VAN PELT.

t I: met at a poiitie! :;! lueukfant at the for eat'-h son.c one oT!! his guard. If the alfa." iODb11V & KLL G

mer's lntu-tt i in (;ral'rQ'! p: iI. Mr.Ti'dtn '. (.motion! is properly; answered, the "UI'; pahdon. sub" whispers the waiter VAN PELT BROTHERS

Ii I had alv.ajs fdt.. little Mire at : leader" a
.; 51r. I>or>,heiiin-r'.s cs'.ra majority, and player aLt! so 0:1 until some one trips. suh!"Chicago Tribune present; for the flr-t time in thi

:i ii Fo when in the current of conversation city, thp Whirlwind of Modern GARDEN S7REL1T: GROCERS,

J' 1Ir. Is-heiier j.'Mlnsly: said.Vell. I It .... A Ilubion Compliment. American Comedy
" Bovcror, JI.1I uiuyt n-meiulit r I had X'rofctcleut Kuose\t on his "They hate named a brand of cigars Have Received Since flu" J i' itnya!: a Fresh" Line of
I Nboy can afford to neglect
3WK more Li.ijority than }oar," as iuckaa : : :.. ninl with work, rule.! for I'.arker.
i urn a boy as a STAPLE AND
a 11,1.1111'. Til.K-a; 1',101'1.1.hr..,.;, I means study. I am no advocate "1 should consider that quite an hon. Hello Bill FA tlia and 1 lent "
" you siiiiliud C.UOO. you I sta't'h'ss: cramming in studies, but a or.

, the fifty" boy should: work arid should work hard: "You wouldn't if you knew the cigars. Fruits, Nuts, and all the Deiicacades of the Season.

f I at his l hysons. in the first place fur the ."-Cleveland I'laiu Dealer.Appropriate. .
, I IlcinurValile! Banquet I'nrly. Ill Willis Maxwell Go-xlhuc. Our Goods are Arriving; Diily and you can Always Rely ou Getting the
' j sake of tl'tfire.-t upon; his own character
: One of the tiio>t iiiiLorioiis! Hungarian I of settling: to barn: it. Shiftlessness The Original NPW York Production, 1 Best, Freshest and Cheapest.
J i duelists fought his thirty-fifth duel in "
"He calls the Coffee.
baby Crecent'l'Iuea
slackness, indifference in study the same as at tlie
."j''} ISS'J and cvlfltrattd tho event by a banquet ha:. are all more certain to mean inability "What a name! What docs he call it tre in :New Orleans and otlierl":nd- : VAN PELT BROTHERS

to which only those who could to get on in other walks of life. that for?" theatres ia this country and Can
,
j that: they hall iiarticipatod in ut I ada.
prove "l:eeause' it keeps him awake nights.
(if course as a boy prows older! It is a
least six duels were invited. There I TELEPHONE NO. 231. .+1 ** ?* 31 EAST GARDEN ST.
P.ulletin.
g-Mid thing if he can shape his studies -rhiiadclpbiu "Hello Kill" la the best American ComedyIn
was a room full of siu-h warriors some! ten years.-N.Picayune.
I :in the direction! toward which he has a
;with faces !;I'HU.I with !scars others ,
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tl I natural bent but whether lie can do
! minus an ('ur. an eye or with two or I this or not he must put Ills whole heart TIME TABLE.
: three lingers mlssins. The tuoht marked
. I The Star
li.to it. 1 di> not believe in mischief Laundry
I
41 of all was U Frenchman who had lost
milking in school hours as this is the LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN ,
, his nose In an eneouuter with Count
A nlraosthe statesman. There kind of animal spirits that makes poor EFFECT HECKMBKIl! 1. 1W1 r
I was Biggest Busiest Best
scholars, :udl believe that those boys I II
I : only oue"rl.lumtion of the rule, and that ,
I who take part in rough; bard play out New Orleans and Mobile.
I. I
was made in fa\or of a lady who had
i I'C school will not find any need of it.
1 killed her man. I
SO.8. SO,4 So.!. flO.S, Nol. NO.1.
11.1, And the rnndlm Too. 7:1:1a: lI\m 11:06 p LpaTeP"OI.eola.ArrITe 6:00 a 4m p PIIJII
} DII.lomllC It was llarriette'i seventh birthday, 8:50 a 2:17 p 1:1)2 a Leave_ Flomaton Leave 2s5 a 2JIO p 7:25p They Speak
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"NeblXT ax a man to lend yrtl3;:; 11:00 a 4:25n 2S. a Leave__ Mobile __ Leave U:1I8 n't 11:15: 0 6:111I p
and she bad been promised a party .. .. :25p 7:5)a: Lfoav" New Orlean' Leave Masip 7::i a _
. cents," said Undo Ebon.. ".\x 'im fohj
but as her: mother was sick on that d.tyI
I ; $ jes to make '(m think dat you re- I North.No. .
I all the company she had was two little
< Cyards 'im as a capitalist, an' mi-bbe girls of her own size. One of her presents I for T em eIres\ I

. l1 'lIlIe nshatued to biicli down."-Washington i No.
true a birthday cake with seven t. No. t. So. 1 8.
l1O pm UIlpm: Leave Pensacols.Arrive 4:00pm 6oo.m I
Star.
candles: it. After the children had We let the Hhirt? Collar
on eli a m 117 pm ArrlVII. Montgomery: _Leave lIt5. m I 11:86 II IB ,
I eaten all the cake Ilarriette! went veryquietly 11:511 am gad pm -\rrlv8 Hlrmlalbam _Leave 8aaa m 1IJIj p m i and Cuffs we L'iunder speak for
The Reoolli t'nplea.not 7:0: p m 8:10 a m Arrlve_="'atllvllle _Leave -
1Yigg-i always like to bear a man to her mother and said: %:00 a m 11:13 a m Arrive...Louisville _heave 915: p m I 1;tS 1m7:20am I themselves They will talk louder
"Mamma, when is it time to eat the lilllam ArrIveCIncInnatiLeave 8:00pm: litlPM:
Fay \\ hat he thinks. I candies?" -Cecilia Colby la Little 70.m I:50pm ArrIT"._ .ML.Lout. ..__Leave 1:15pm: s:5apm I .Uu we can We want to bp j-j-lged

1Vag:-But the people wio alwayssay I more by the work we do than by
Chronicle PENJAGOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
what they think generally think I I what we say.

such disagreeable: things.-Philadelphia: A Sailor'. Fish Trst. No. :I-Dally, No. 8-DaIlYI I No Itop where,time not shown NO !-Dally No. %2-DllI

Keccrd. I Sailors have a very simple and avery 11:55 pm'- 1:00 a m (ILeavlPenlalola.Arrln 10:1\0\ 11m -6t0 II m.

One Minute-- -Cough'-Cure- gives a I certain way of finding what kind 1:160IghS UjO .. 7:13 1:18: "" "" __ Ynleltrl llobemla__ "" IO:1J7 10lIt "" 8:011 8:01: "It Iii ALL WORK C. 0. D. Goods Called for ail Dslirerei( Free

relief in one minute, because it kills I of fish is suitable" to cat' which they 12:23 It 1:18: _Esc.mbla.._ 10:112 6fi1 of TELEPHONE
the microbe which tickles tne mu- I may happen to run across. In the water UfI": I, 1:25 __ Malay __ 10:28 6:1: 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
12:111I ___ __ .
cous membrane, cawing the couch in which the fish is boiled is placeda 7:214: Harp 10:21 6:40
WALKER
11:1\0\ T:1IS -GvhICltt_ 10:16 6:27 It I INGRAHAM
and at the same time clears the bright; silver coin.! If the coin retainsits 1:1:1\1'I": : I 7:811 __ Milton __ 10:10 6:10: Manager.

phlegm, draws out thus inflammationand natural color during the boiling: 1:30 1m N _Good Ral1le_.. t)6) .. I
; 8:15 N 9:86 "
heals and snathes 1:6.1 __ Holtl __ 1:36 It
; the affected 'I the fish is pood to eat' but if it turns 1jO" 8:30; I' S Mllllgao..._ '' 8:10: tll N
parts. One Minute Cough Cure dark the food is rejected.Youngest 2:113" 8118 N _,'reltvl"w._ 8:11 4:00 "
strengthens the lungs, wards off 1:00" lIie: -=:"Deer Land 95 1:34 : WICKS
pneumonia and is a harmless and 1:23 It 11:10 Mosey fiend. StO N 3:18 & CO.
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.DeYnnlakdpringe. "
6:08" 9:86 8:18
\ Soldier In the .\rm,-. 2:41
never failing cure In all curable 6:18! It 1I:4t _,_ Argyle_ T:4t 2:11 t
'. cases of Concha, Colds and Croup. Trauk A. B nD'r. who has just: 6:40' 9.37 -Ponce de LeaD.1:2i" 2:11"

One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant reached the age of sixteen is the 6:00", 10:10 N __WeltTtlle__ 1:11' IM" Haute
Steam
6:08 a 10:16' N __ Caryville.M a. 1:1! ltQ. s Fitter
t to take, harmless and good alike fort youngest soldier! in the United States 6.sa" 10:30' _Ronitay.- 8)6) t. 11: It c ,

voting and Old. Hargis Pharmacy, army. He was enlisted under a Tpecial 8:00" 10:47 0 _Chtpley681 1:01" !
John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. 8:" 11:01" __Cottoodale_._ 1:18" 12J8 1100t
dispensation and will be detailed as a TOO" 11:25" _Marlallol 8:00" 12lt" Ii o. & South Palafox Street

f- Cleaning ladies skirts and waists bugler to either the Fourth or the T:80" 11.6" _C7prase. 6B8" 11:15 a II:
Eighth cavalry. 1:40" 11fi2" ".. _Grind RIc1ge_ 6:11 0. 11: 2 AU Kinds oi PlumbIng and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on HansmxraoNE
Is one of o-.r specialties. Star Laandrj. 1:58" 12:06 noon Kneads 6:2t. 10:50'
11:11' Ul6 of ArrIreirerznatlonLeaye 6:10" 10:1. to I2& TEXSAOOLA. i'LA.
,; Only lOc per week for the NEws -
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OILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 4, 1903JHI 4-

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; ATARRHS THE LAST PIRATE AERIAL POLO.A .dss'f1E:: J"'l' '
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('I.1-\: ICi11111 : .i r The Woman Who Knows :: ': t.
\J.i G Queer Kind of Amusement on a I ', ..

,\\THiI'O-: -I was engineer: of the Hija: when 1'iu-ilie o('rft n. blnutl. t EE ,' how to provide for the pantry always :.t' .. ::

( Crocky Dixon nailed! us and marooned Writing on "Our Equatorial Islands" '-. I _'i AJ? keeps the essentials on hand.: i.. .ij

CATflRRH\ all but me. The fact is there were Iii the Century, James I). Hague says: A LI : .' ,

fisturos about the steam gauge that It became an nuiusins; diversion to i r it it

puzzled him. 80 he told me to run herat overturn the large: flat stones: beneath \ Pet 1'.1, 'I.

'1 .... B 'lm.JV twenty knots but fourteen was all which the rats were hiding iu solid j I I'

Lll :::' 01.11 I (''::111',1 k.od: < ;: cut of her: with Crocky'spit iuass and watch them as they scampered --- BrandEvaporated t ;

,. ,... ." ..t., i -1 1 .,t inj i.iito In !IiI me."i in all drmi.jus; pursued and

t-ould nhe knew cf somi'tLing
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,! CQLD'NHEADt thi1 ii 'i. e _:.in ttt hunt truNrr th.ithad: hawks. Tkise cniity! l.lrll't're apt to 'I 'ii I : I J

ilf .\.d at y..i.ra: the: day we lft It. Lain that the appearance of a man j jis

." >-.11.-. till lli-. .N'!*"I-,ml,ll l'I'r..tt'tI "I".81! gi .v!. M he aL1'1S by that tiu!.... I (':- valUus! "* the island, especially with Cream ; .I. .f.f1'

i ,.. .. a r.rg, luiant rats for them and any
s.iid
i: ti.ntli> -i < -< ._-ia.tv.. ui luuilr't cr b> O'<>t'I:;.'. Si.vtct-n of his men lie lu! one thus going forth was usually followed *V OW t

!>< l.y 11: i mull.Y i:IOTIIK'Sitci.iNcw :,. with him. the U->t. I suppo-e. in h...- by a lumriug; flock ready and an essential! to those who have tried it. Ccmpare( the ether brands v.ith these '. '

1arn'lI York. :I estiiiiatiiin.: which nuiiiit pretty w l II! L'ipatk'ut: for the sport th'y had --- ,'- bearing our cap label and you w Jl l fir.d that they lock i.11 -:: ;

,, 1. aniwl to expect. A rat brought to watery in comparison. Pet Brand ... i' '" '
-- ihf likp'; scouiidr Is. and the nci.-! -I i BE&U7V TRIUMPHS rur.s smoothly from : .
Land I by the dog was quickly tossed in the is uniform in
lUiii- to n while n.aii iinimitii' w.. I can. appearance and is the purest and f .' .t.
'Ts a Priceless Teezscrc. nir. where the birds were ready to most pleasant tasting. .
I 4'.1
a big 1'1'0"s eyed l''l'tu'Ul'e: with; a ,1-1. ', .
Beauty is woman's greatest cliann. Thf I siuU'h it, sometimes! with a contort: on j .. t
I lt; /U d {t1TitliSiilltsE \ ,I touch! of the war l.riish.; wor! adores:> Iwaut'u omen. A prettj the win:; for the disputed iHis (' sIon. Ask your dealer! for the kind that has the cap label: I f ".
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\Ve fell ii with a huh- green painted woman dreads maternity for fear f losing .
One form of this .irt, a sort of aerial '
; lirl? hc.iduig nor'v.'est ewoanut oil, this p \\'er.llat can lie done to j.erpelu- Fp HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING COMPANY. : : III l
Lich ,' mill to \le piud fun
; polo. \\ S ( as
1 licard aftehrd she had-from the ate the race and keep women beautiful! HIGHLAND,
U ; CENT WORD. I for the birds ns fur the oiservers consi ILLINOIS.'j
: i Klai.ds fur t'ai.ton and C'rucky runs There is a balm used by cultural and uncultured ,', ,
', - -- women in the crisis Husbands ! aloiiusi.le; and IM>;irU licr with all his -
..!.I't hY 'i'it JL.UM*. should investigate this remedy in ordei at the same moment not singly and :

. .. .._.. ,- ; cr.Uhruuts but two.Vliat happened to reassure their wives as to the ease apart/ but tied toother; with about 11'iEIL\L I'II-\CII:: S>CI3HI>ULKFollowing : : .j
'| iu the brio's; cabin I don't exactly with which children can be Lorn and CHURCH NOTICES. :
VcNr.! \ TO LKXD: ou unproved I sis feet of !strong tuine.Instantly .
know, but when we had ca.-t off and beauty of form and figure retained.Mother's is the schedule of tineoverumentsteamer sH
-' .lie, iu Urge or small the birds made a dash for :
of interest. : the l-rijj 1111lh/ 1 IIIT main topsail ,. .
low rate General French --
at -
ul: ".i.- Friendis the rats and the successful winner of ; !
I.: ,.1..1 i, L"-lie K. Brooks, attorney i! asaiu the skipper runs to the taffrail the! lirt f prize went Failing off with which THE NEWS print for the Li
the name by which this is > TilE NEWS would! tth\ttho:
.11 ;:. U2) .l'larux it.: ,!'I"hdI" :1 and shakes his list at Crocky. 'You preparation ?
: known. It diminishes the pain allied tomutll.rhootl. one rat in his bill and the other swinging : Denefit of the merchants who! ship I i !!
!
I. ,. 3mlm1. Kankee robin: he yellsou'll pay I clergy or tho.e having in charge the //i
Used in the nir beneath until snatched
for th'.s :.IS... suri-'ss... lav._ _name's'Vlwt.n____ __ _... I throughout pregnancy heir goods to the % ari .DiY--1J it relieves morning sickness, cures sore by the second winner when after a publication of church service notices .
heed I Iave'
V.' >M 1.'l you his n:1I:1I':1S I didn't Lear fur ju.:;t breasts makes elastic all tendons called i ?ots : ,.
quick, Fliarp stnigjilb and a taut strain :
: You can borrow any i then Ur.ehy! lired.Tin1 upon to hold the expanding burden. .(\ rensocolB.. .... _........ ... T:0 a. m. :t tjeavxd :1 for Sanday will send them to this ,
.....-. want todiy ou easiest on tlio curd, the bird with tile weaker : ,
I
... you HnrrKucas.i. 7ftu A. m. office by I'J o'clock Hiturday morn- ;
."id lowtst rates aiiywhere: old chap: stood for a bit: with Muscles soften and relax: under its influence l.olll:1S compelled to let go. This L.avm I'icUens _. _..._......_ !!:UO a. in.Lt'avt .
; .1.i his ISt! htntched out, then down he and the patient anticipates favorablythe a littrmnrat. _........__. i II 15 a. m. II I IjHnvps inz, in order to iuure their inser- 'I I:
.,,', .! i ', on improved city ral then went on as a continuous perforuiaiue. j .
I' > issue in the comfort thus bestowed.Mother's ( t'eni.Hcolti _." .....__. ._.lu:15 a. m. i: in the 1 .
went in tion in the position : 'j
a hl'ap."l'r'sl'utly \
i :MIUI Win. Fisher, 2U4.1.\ rt. I with somewhat Jonah-like hut Arrives I'.nrrancn 11:1U it. m. and tlieuusies I 1 proper
: \ he walks to the j Friend is: a liniment for ex- 1 1I KortMcKee and tLen I
Mse-t. lu-ti up chap I and : a trip to re- pap r. .
A. rapidly repeated disappearances
tenant It is rubbed | I
|I application. gently i :nrui to lurrancnu.JPUVS
b.rro-w; -iu.l at the wheel, a half (ise Mitclmiau j over the parts so severely taxed, and being !I Iabsorl.el rvjpiiearanci-s of the little rats. swallowed Kiirranc-as 1:1: *: p. m. I I iiWIELY !
j'r \ I d'I w nit to money, by the look of him and not '\'I'll1"11.) I lubricates all the mus-cles. t and reluctantly dNgorgwl; by jeaves Pickum ..... ... .. 1:25 p. in. ---=-=------- .

., itiaure your prupirtyt I Ij could) I to have the IJOO" of I esves Wusaio .. 4'A:: ) p. m.1 RClUblUUL. ,
\ .1'in-y. see, "(1M a Druggists sell it for for per lx>ltlc. You the birdin quick sueeession until the heaves Pickf 5:15 p. m.1 "* ,1
j .in! auytracts ut titl i, buy oi : ste-uner in his llippirs.: IMxon just may have our book "nothcrhooJ" free. flu-k, thoroughly exhausted by their Arrives httrranc.is 6iO; p. m. and nike FOB STEAM DIVISION |' ,' i
it t'-utfc, rent: property nld' to McKce. and return. '
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rip
l.mks: at the compass and without :Jfil1h' THE BRADFIELO RECt'UT.03' : CO.. ATLANTA. GJL and I .
impetuous flight extraordinaryexercise : .I.
.. -cnptiou Ii4ve rents col- On Vedueda.vsaudHatnrda.vs: the ,, {'I'8.COL.tUVImOTtnMI": 1 :
word catches the crasheron
; : J or jour tax-s attended to. : man a ------ alighted on the ground Cur a joat wi-1! leave Barrancas via 1'ick- HAlLWAY C() n'ANY. i

i a, ":l cr aJdre s I'hos. C. Watsou the head with his revolver butt. A Tine riece of Work.I Fliort truce, when the two teuijiorarystakilmldcrs inS for Pe lisa cola at 6:30 p. m. Trains leave Fensacola for the LliuBayouBlg '

it '.. Heal KsUte and Insurance 1 I Then he looks round the smallest man U-ll yoU" oxdniinctl tI.e youngull'.Iil'al would be found sitting The General French is for army liftyou Warrlngton JJ.v/ ) &.'1

A 4' !MS Pensacola, Fla. Charges i: aboard, with a pleasant! little smile on l stuiK'iit "our professor is au face to face Keenly eying each other ;purposes only and any outsider must aud l-'o.-t Barrancas at

n. :Mile.1 To tvtryoiiB who buys i his smooth little face. 'Take the wheel eminent surceon." from opposite ends of the string still lave a pas from the quartermaster IUIII(1:30:: a.. m.sn.arrive arrlv" it at Fort Fort Harrancai Harraacsi 10 TiUa.B:.d a.'}: ,

a : from us we will lend money I I Miguel,' he says to th. bis Portuguese, "How's that'!" asked Iris chum I connecting them each nnxiou&Iy ou c take passage 01 her. iOop.m.arrlv.atFort! Htrrancft IMytc *" .
winch to build a house. :!i-t1 S $!0 PI. arrive at Fort Harranca 4:141 it I
110.: i 'and heave this thing over the side, a : p
\Voll.. n f..llowas brought in witha : tie! sharp: lookout for sudden jerks and :16p.m.arrivea Kort !!arrauc a 7OC'1'o1l'

couple of)'..II.' crushed IThe professor said it unpleasant: : surprisi's. while all the other SO)p. m.arrive at i'ort harr ncij: :t:. r.rz ,-

h.11I..t.I' "I.tcn t.h....'. "Well !'ir. there mu t I be some such must come off. But by some means or pursuers gathered round in a ring, SP:1I'd: rroro"al.;, endorsed: "Pro-" Trams leave Kort tiarranc&t for fsauoolaat :t

thing ,; fate after all. I believe was for JUilnvid: Track Scale, '
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other lie cut off the wrong ;:. waiting for the two prize birds: to. fly. 7ltua.m.ftrrlve at Pen-acola. .- 8:00k.u! .1 > "
llmt1Alngtchool: will be will be received at the Bureau cf '
1\1 [ this IlIan'lc1''ill that drove him into
call that line piece of surgery The general nspt-ct of all participants 11:00 p m. arrive at l'elUlaculal1:43 p.a
1 > a
;.. ned at ;a.; D.i-t Wright street. sudden f'rocitt all events: it was o you Yard and Docks, Navy Depart. i:iX p. m. arrive at l'eQ6Scol..__ JiSp.K: .
seemed the familiar adage '
V""Wait toerify nent until lo'clozk, 6:00 m arrive at fentacol._ 6.6p II
Washington
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Oct. 1 by Miss l.ug.trttIaclay.: : ; .
i the shooting of the red faced skipper The said it that the pleasure is not in the game TIOp.m. arrive al Fensacom_ T:4ip. .j!
bit. professor
:3 ott a Februrary 14, 13! and then aud
Kecuaool........ CSoc. > 1
down B:45p.m.arrlVeat:
: that brought the cruiser 011 us.j
; follow Lut in the chase.SCIENCE. ,
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would be terrible for the poor here publicly opened, for a 10l.tonl 'ttatarcajionlyFABB
j "The mate of the brig; kejit her away he railroad track scale the .i
all at
11A.111 CiO'JU-<. to po about with 11< logs: at so Navy !: FOB WEEK DATS. ,

h. --__.. I from the Philippines to reimrt the mnt-1 splintered tip the criKhetl leg instead SIFTINGS Yard. Pen;;:icoli. Fli. Plans and Peulaoola to fort HaruDo..nc1 morn n.i < .. !
ter, and what dues he drop ; : will he furni-bed PensacolatoNavy Yard and returnIC ;
Ml l :>. :SAHAH B1 H RN E-Manufac-; I i of cutting that off too, and now it is usPMM specifications by Peniaoola to Palmetto Beach and raicrn id ;
tbo Hurein. MORDEUAI T. ENDICOTT -
hours later but the Spanish warship. :
1I..r and dealer in Hair Uoods, as en'r.u ordinary surgeon; While volcanic eruptions are usually SUNDAY IOHED0DK.Wbea :
H ..tToilet Articles, Hair Oil I "Sure enough, nest: morning: at sunrise would have left the fellow legless. restricted area, earthquakes are not. ('M'j'JjIII'rwhllillry wfatber permits the running t .
,, there was a little inky smear going 19,1903. J27oaw2wTLese ..
ci TJttVe: t Uovernuient street Wonderful skIll. the professor's If all the mountains in the world open coltcb .
;: up out of the blue behind us. Leave Peaiaaola. LT Fort Karranrf \
j leu-led the height of "
were average a.
'VAN'.r u. Crocky hardly took his off it for & a. m. 10 a. IE. f t
i eyes An IiIcctle Thrent. the laud would rise nearly 250 feet 11 a. m. U m. < J
I an hour, and when he found it was rising -I I eiigagii as junior clerk r: 1t;: 1t $ ?1I \ 1 m. 1p.m. x I *
A youth was ; ; p
\\MK1>-Mtu to learn barber The face of Jupiter presents a considerable .
JLf .
ip.n }
and spreading he conies to me and of j Ip us
ru-h for barbers in l> a firm of lawyers and by way .
;, Always y number of markings notablyone Ip. m P. U. iip.m
Years saved says, 'Itrive her Not n wor.111orl'. iilHiiS in his time and testing his worth pin. .
1', :: i .Ip.lfenow.! great scarlet patch covering nearly tiny l'.pmll'S :are l'cnlJr
but bet I did drive her for all she < ,
I.', .. Hi-id.: Steady practice, you ou his first day lie was told to write 400,000, ( square miles. ho Pulsam ,)I'cpaiba, 8 Jp.us.p.m. fp.ia pui, .

I. : ." : position and board was worth. n I letter demanding pnj mont of a debt The amount of heat produced by nn !i ('b..ti tn-J Injcrti-nv i TABFCBBOSDiT :
\ ., mailed free "The strangprsteerlng: for our I D'I. '
ue ; dit'nt'ho long: in arrears. > ;
j\ from a was ; p 11" t eaiaaoltto ort barraaoit Nau v
\ l I. .. -, s Cullfge; New Or- smoke, of course-hove herself up sofa of his employersa average man in a day's work would be ", 'iio.1Tn48 bUll!*the I \ aId and retorn.. _.___ tu '
:1 1 I t the horizon that I knew she To the great surprise nithYient to raise sixty-three pounds ofwater \'Oi A... I ,Cp. IIflr.Ot '?'i} m. "II Pentaoola to fmmetto 3ia.oh a'1 4 5. .,
t over
__ < a (- for the amount arrived the to q .. .. '.llI'D. .. _____ hi l .
from freezing lioiliug pointCirrus '
--- '- I : 4j i. '1' ii nl./I.cr.! "
must bo the nl'erui the Chi Campeadnr.
'. beers i >ll'r, seiit for the Chad I
\\ .\ I I .\ !t- III imply next l.iy. They young ; cl.iuds; were once observed ata Nolreight ater 3.161. m. : r

t : .s r. .- 'iii Ii9-tl! clerk and asked him to produce a copy J
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liei-d.t of 4Z, *i feet. This is by far .
"The the dun overhauled
us .
wasa .
-- way I of the letter which had had siuh an -: .
1101 1.1.-. caution, and as soon as she. was near the {Treated heizht at vhiielinIs.r cloud __ :f
toni-hing result The letter ran as his been noted above the ).--..".._.. .... .'._.',_.. .. ,"._.. .. ..'._.. ._. ...-.. ..',''._- -'.;,_.. ";.l--.bl- .. .',_- ._.. .. 'f
----- enough to show us the \\ liiteness about \ : ever -' -"- '. -"' '.' -''' .'' '. '- '-- '' '' .'.sm. ,
l'o\l I.\! :llAL lliil KL 110 In. her fore foot she let drive at us. 'Long; follows: surface of. the earth.lApt'nmrats IJ. :- : 1
Sir If Jo: not at once remit '
1t""I t' II' L II. i'n".1: i \itiiiig new ; all Par you : : mr.de \\l.io; in a balloon '
short Imy! I to myself, :
way my says payment ot the amount which you owe us Roberts & Dailey
HIM'. i iii iniiifiiiiiucModerate but I hadn't reckoned on the latest we will take steps Hint w ill amaze you. 1'1.0Ihat when a height of I.J.IMHIfeet (i) fij I '!
nt. in t tr.iii-ifiit-, Ve-irahltj day hs l.een reached the number of
I I touch in The shot
guns. pitched a good '
h.Mi .1t.iKni.. :! ln'FlINI.t'L.4 ;* '*:" I II
I- [ :! j I half mile ahead of us: I An P.irntlti Him. corpuscles. in the human: blood hate increased -DEALERS IN ,

("pl'tlml''; Crocky when he hears the Sartor-The well dressed man is one I II by one-third. .
: .1:1lIIIlrd be
: : cau
i 1ld it t ti I." :'\. Loinuit-rvial: hotel, I boom and down lie. smashes his ;glass I whose clothes do not attract unusual The atmospheric pressure upon the I\\I: CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. .J

I II"| I j I"t."' iidt-iii-it trtl ci. Popular on deck when I hi' makeout th<' stringers rltt.It ion. surface if nn ord'nary 111:111 is o':,4iKj) :

_tiii"_ :iii-i-iit- ilijlni;: I ensign. 'Creat: : JeffersonP: he says. I' l'amh-lt isn't possible: for me to be p'miiiK or oxer fourteen and a halflois. I ||. New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. |:.. 1", : .
'Vcllow l I bellies after ail:' well dressed, thlll.Irtlr'ullsensc The i.rdinary rise and fall of the

1'( ) It .YII;. --- "1 noticed that his pockets' w'n'lml I $. Ju.-t get a neat barometer increases or decreases this (:|)' FRESH: SUPPLY OF |j .il : 1

lag with Mimelhing that made him very new suit pressure by !.5UO) pounds. ,j \ .

lAIH.OAI: / --1 K.aiucky and Teii- heavy in the walk. Then comes another Fnlll1c'-That's just it. 1 couldn'tget jj;: RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AUD CEREALS t;: .1'' .
I iJ
i I' i I. i., -.jji.iM! and driv- shot-not ten feet from our !t1l1l.kl'o.II'kHIIII ; a 111.I'llit without attracting unusual :- Howe.. r...;i Wutrr.To [ *

11', u- _" ni Ur! .itt 'iiult-i, for .ale I atteiltion.I'lriladelphia I're,8.OS"EJTEb' boil. water would, seem to be avery W. ; OF ALL KINDS ,- jI'JfjV
.. at the screech of it Crocky seemsto 1 '
"t : i' i t Z and! '
rra.i--a; simple tl.illiawl jet the lateCharll's FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. (!fjV
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Jifi-i I" I i. .' !I' aOld I'ensaeolaMcMillan. go clean mad. I He pulls: a revolver : (: ,

::,t.o:,.., : I'houp2lj.'J'.tjlW! : I out of each breast poeki't. fires at I To cure I'clnvmU-o used to say I lint tl! .
fall very few people knew how to do it. '::. ROBERTS & DAILY :.:.J '. .
!! Miguel; niul as tl-e big Portuguese; "
I Ii Sick Headache
!
I the wheel whips round and Iotslire : S "The secret i is." he said! "in putting ,) ( '
over (
i CElEBRATED Sour Stomach, into neat kettle: already 218-220 St. East of Union lJ 'j
good fresh water a !'I Wright Dfpot. i |
F ''KIJ I -M-cmiJ-hanl set ofi1 :' of his other! men before the rest .

I -- in l ,,:,"d order.! Apply to''I' ('oul,11'11"h him. Indigestion quite warm, and setting; tin i:| 1* !Julie 1. (i. IN-iisanilii, Flu. l'i 4..1'

'1 j'- I'lt niLiiii 110, fit middle of the sh I had I'yspepsia, u-al i-r to Im.Kiig 2 quickly. and then taking r! .. .,. ., .!I '' t
; le'tu "In the! I (x>ting .t'.i -_-_ .-_ ,-
i trfe\ t-----: ,
off for in tea, coffee o.r ._
a7 tf stopped the engines and when I tm'II,1wllwl :f Constipation, it rUht; n"e / ., it
I other drinks It-fore it Is !-poil.-.!. To '
I here! was a trigger with the :Malaria fever 1.
A i, \i'! AiN ( ,:111,.. l.a,1! iii one of let it steam and simmer and evaporate .' !
bliMKl from his smashed faceju1 I
pouring: : and Ague,
: I Iu1&-net' and most deI.I uutil the good water is ii; the atimihplue -

S -." .i /- "I X''rtliwe-t Hilliiiraiitetd pockets fU'I'inCro'k sunk/ him like)' over lead.the" rail. His I -- 't'i.: ; : you should take I ai.d the lime and I iron and dreg: HALL & KLEIN |i r' ;

leu-e at fair 71 the Hitters: at
only left in I the kettle is what rr.akes a ,
ii-. !IJ1 uiof h.ui "U'lut was in thciuV""Collars .
-e can once. No otherremvily is :1
and it
sick vorro'tiiin H'
: : ::11\, .,mct:'. A. V. Clnbbs: I I fancy he intended to sinkIrirn'elf I is so fffcctive great no many watt people r_ at uihl.Vater louill'.11m. 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. :
I after hetlIro1isld
with them
I. Ca-2w anyhow cr 1m j
I I II .., this and ll.irorcd with :\ few drops
such a rrroril of
off his bite 'I'l'gut now STOMA'HRS
i
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i' "t' M.I I I -I I lie iuo..tii'y dt'i"irahll I' tlt'r1'1'1..' nine of 'em left and when tIv4r cures It tmclc u trial.AIM of.it. 4' lemon jn <'I' :Mr. 1'1,111I0110: oftcii re:- and Groceries ?
ommi-ndi'd! to his customer* and friends Staple Family :; I J
ou i-a-y ttrni->, by |I they mi-Mil the throb of the screw thO'U10e I II j
i U'-al l Ktate Agency.llouc. l (' for me like one man. I II { whu complaint! : d of l loss of appetite.: It .

-. I, l'al.C"x. l Jlru | "P.ut I fought Vm with what no man I is wtuth' trying.: Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. :; \
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('"0 face-'l'tl'IIII-l\lIl scaldi-d three of HARDiBRICI -- t' :

Buaa'tlln;,: that I jumped overboard I
tin'in so badly they
Prcduce.i *
and
and sank within tWI'1111'.ls. of E. W. PEAKE, Poultry Eggs Gauntry : /, ?
\n IIOl'Slj ut Wheehr hard. Two I j.i
the crr.i-er's Uiat polling' ; up
:- Aliy! K-thcr, Fla.. Mr?.. 1 of the others fired into her and killidI ( Electrhal! contractor: and builder, Telephone No. 358. \i: *.
I
"I'rittres. All the I a seaman at his oar. That's what made will do your electrical work in first- ,'-

'.ine at very rea on-i : the garro'.e: a certainty for them in any ( !tda;s !style and at reasonable! rates.He : {\jl
tourists will!
V'rthern
can: be found at 30 :South; PalafOXStreet.
,.I"dlpl.lce to .pentI 1 aft cao Phone 203.:
,' .on. 1'Jnlmi :l "Had a middling close !sil"ve" of ftyoiir'.eit I II 1 ___ -, --- Liquors li'i;
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!;(\:111'I''OI11t" '
by
'I .. I lamon1XS -. j nut I j If you want a nice present to give 4
i I Not ip-ilte so bad as; lhat. you t. f
.o a friend, go and look through the .'
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.\ I in trimmed- hats Fee I'd IMVII seventy; odd hours without and : \\ OK HAND i ?le<;ant line of suitable article!' at (

(i-y Mii:. 1'Md- J sUen or slivr'thihkvitli grease : J. Stephens, you urelv can find f(

.K.' l.i. in f.if the 2l rdl i| t'utllI! ' j lieutenant took me for w'aat I look- \ want anything in the Diamond line EveryFOHbody :
: iiiit't hay: room and
ire MI low that they are | cd like. Itt when I ,gut alioard the t'id .HALF. be sure to "p.. him hefnrp you buy. I f >

of ;ill. Ufinemht-r theM I it v\is ul!1 right. The captain sjiokeKuglMi. . tt

> I Ka-t lutendeneii :St.WjlHl : ; and :IS soon as I had got frcsh- I Hot Rolls, at 5 1>. m.. lOo -ATTHE- *LIi I


11 j j ;[1 (half'):a'il dozen up a bit of he the sent mariners me back to :run with the a I -TO- I a doz., at Solom DD's. Reliable Kentucky Barrel House 1 :

X. .
\ umbrella maker, 31ciif' Hija into Manila. 1'

'>x treet. lie cover-: j ".\11\1 after I'd ;:i'I'ntknl'1'! against:: ONE MILLION 2 "4 MEN AND WOMEN ; i' ;;
I' iiruiL7 of umbrellas and I asked for ,- I'ff Big ti for unnatural ;;,
: i the live remaining picaroons tRIa I"
,a cpemlty. Silk cover-' ; t1iii."-lir' lugged out a long; Colt navy-- I. I t.I4.y. diuth&rgeiinflammatI0fl.ulrtratton* Friedman ;
Girarii..d irntitioni or A. j:
Irind. S.
i j'uiSN .
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.\ '" ":10 a little memento of the last of the Pm.t..,trn.triclTe.C.s.4. cf painlMI mucous, annot membrane, aitrin* ; {::

wauling bored wells! I pirates." Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. I' TllLvLtCHtMIctCo. gent or poiwnom. i ,
.
ClClWflO bid bj Drnnlili.or
t the
or anything in gro- Knt ID plain rappeT, SOLI PROPRIETOR. ;: !\ Vi !
dry goods line will d,' Clivmiral lndo lr>- In Hamburg. bf eiprpM, prepaid for : i,
t.I t.
>t** ,purchasing tn -tofo D. One of the ;great centers of chemical sI.i. or 3 scat 14.11)>tt2.75.r.iirest. 1 I "j.
Circular on
__ t. Olive Fla ] 171m indu-try is Hamburg. The census of am now receiving the Largest and mo-t excellent". assortment of :; '
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I'.HiO fliowcil 1H estahlUl" -nients. and a I -- -- .1.1OF
RI1S-.i.. I Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Gins J.1"!
;?) emiJ< total ofl.rr' : IMT&OUM
\tlX I), the tailor: hia re- 1 of twenty-two establis'anuuts -' J. N. ANDREWS, EVERY DESCHIPriON.Alo ; ;i.-:. .\! :
in frloven '
I 11.1 : \\'.."t {f\'ernnwl1t i ii and jcars 1.2S3: ::;; employees. luclnding Capacity 50,000 Daily:,I I the Finest! and Largest: Line of Ca.e Bottled Goods. :, 'j
ufiiee. i
; i -ite rep-ired Kxpress to clem, ivladie I I| the factories: of several adjoining-;; / .< Headquarters for .< Special Attention Given to :Mail Orders. ::1. :
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.. district has a total of ':;:.>> I
:i ihe
-> und irfntliT / ii.wn-s l'I .
bet and lowe-t Be tare to
I I SEWING MACHINES. I guarantee houcst measure quality: prices. 'f
iiri.l";" 'ts. lIijan; ; i f rheiiiic.il otablWimini: iuiplojinsi send yoor Cnri,tmas orders ta .. 1
I i S>.(ST: hands. Tin re are eight factories I .J[ ;'
nitr.ltI" two for making fMttiil1an! Brick Go. ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT .i!
-,' Guuther'j Candies for refining; I REAL S. A. FRIEDMAN t :
borax: and eight; fur making sulphuricImlroeen. ,

.6r1' n's.So Pine Barren, Fla. lt: Miuth Talafoz Street. 331 bouth Palafox Street, P. 0. Box 413, PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA.I U-; '\, !

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I THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA;-FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 4 1803 '


FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-
>' BEST EVIDENCE 1 declared "[ alnt late," has worked i -

bard in getting this program op and

., "" has achieved a great success.

: I Carrie Brawner's song, with the WE ARE UNLOADING jE THISIS $
The beet evidence of the *ocj>bilirj of speeches of the other girls deserves I
;: say brand of mn artlrle of common UM 1* the
mention.
: qatoUtj tol ).u.bo>m the startateadlljrincreMedin favor I The closing chorus Auld Ling I :
ritfa the Iou* -keejen until It Dew supplied Syne, sent the immense audience Ii $ WINTERSTOOK $ i THE
Jurgelj more than half ,f the entire amount of home delighted which the whcle Ii
Baking Powder conllumP.4lnIe entire South.
performance and glad that the announcement
-GOOD Lt; K. la '
fr"'lueuU1WJlfJ In trainJowlMo
made that the : (
,the last of -bj.h consisted of One Hundred was I f JT ;
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toad Mitj-oine Solid car-load*. "Deestrick; Skule" will be repeated:
r SPACEWe
II, Saturday afternoon for the benefit i

I::1 ; of that noble work, The United j BIG

;, Richmond Vurl.1a.I Charities. ._ I THE STORE ,


: :..................... I IIS Col. W. W. Flournoy returned to told you to watch. This is the space we
c.:
::; fr' ...ATReduced_
his home in DeFuniak this morning, want to watch. This is the
(:) 1J.i ; you space that will
SOCIAL ECHOES after transacting some legal business .

i i : before Judge L.-J. Reeves. i: Prices.Dress I E; 'i :shortly tell you the & & .g, :4

..0............1NN..,.N Attorney Watts of Montgomery, is E. I '
*
A brilliant reception will be given here for a few days looking after fi

I tonight at the Prozr Club eompli- legal interests of Martin H. 8ulli- I; STARTLING
.: Goods Wash Goods. $
mentary to Mr. acid Mr?. Max L. ; van. He arrived Sunday afternoon. :

Klein. 1:1(: (;)
I Fancy Pann Outing !
A telegram from Dr.. W. C. R rw Department.Elegant I
will be in Yen- :" 17lg3 quality at..13.\ : I
today states that he
Mis Emma Bell Johnson
I (.1 b4-inch Broadcloth, worth SHOE
taiced at a Dutch luncheon enter-I sacola tomorrow morning. Dr. Rowe j I [.) $1.00, at................... i!, c 1,397 Yards _Fancy: .mo- 9() I
diy afternoon for Mr,;. Hollands ofj I was called to the bedside of his son- !, .:0, 54-inch! Basket Cloth at.... J8c keag Outing at...... .... 9c ..:.>
ia-law, Rast, Atlanta, who I) 64 men Camf'ls Hair at... iCJ? t
the Harry : I
Detroit. The table wu beautiful: j ( One Lot Fancy Flannelett f )
" ; 'J G0-inch Thibet at.l 49 I
: Dutch blue: carried ou: ia the decor- was ill with- ;:.. 52-inch Fancy Etamine at 12. I, worth 10j, at...... ...... S>jC .. I I II $ NEWS.

) itiou The menu cards were doLe: (, EO-inch Pebble Cheviot at 9l j One Lot Fancy Fiannele.lt: (EI S !

tu v/atcr colcrs, with a ch-tfiuz di-h STAKING OUT THE ..lOne. Lot 3C-inch Prucella Ji'Ji worth liJw, at.--. .-13'j'c: 1 i I
. One Lot Silks, I ""
5 and turk crotd : Fancy your - -
! teiu and i;>oiin ; ( choice at.... ...... .... 49is I I I Fitchville Bleached DoMetic MLadies' i ir
t tile card tied with red, whitf aLd !IJ' One Lot Eiderdown. your I Monday only 10 i MEYER SHOE CO.
"j bhr I1cbL, ill t the !I.-IlU written NECOUNTY\/ ROAD choice at...... ...... .... 33c I yards for. .......... .,.. 75c .i I ,

f.' ;::1 1 ia iJuu-li con>Htd of I...>bntr ala -- 1

Sewbr;;. VVl-h lUr bit, Potato > Feet Furnishers for lash Only.
and Children's Underwear. :
. '. .1hLl, Bwiz'rc- -e-SaL
brea. olive*, pretz'lr I cake, beer McMillan and Civil Engineer Wm. I( Ladies' Union SUitS. $l.5) Quality for. .... .... ...... ...... 1.391)) 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

au i coifee. F. Lee went out to the terminus of ; Ladies' Union Suits, 51.00 Quality for.. ........ .... .... .... fr'jj -.::

j The luncheon wa served from the from the 1 f:j Children's: Union Suits! $1.00 Quality for...... .... .... .... ... MJ (!:i I
city
:! cYifintfcijih; which wa gracefully i i the projected roadway ito j ; Children's Union: Suits, 753: : Quality for.--.. .... .... .... ,,'JcI ..:. DR. J. H. MOCK
" presided over by the hostess and i Millview atd Nunez Ferry. i i I : ,
\ (iI! .m.
Mrs. Hal Forbes.j Mr. McMillan returned shortly i i Skirts, Shirt Waists Millinery


i j Mrs. Fred Marsh entertains this to before stake noon out the leaning route Engineer for the entire Lee i I(:) and Cloaks. o & Department. & & ; DENTIST.

, ufteroooa from four to six. 'IT'I '
,' a distance. All Our Children's Cloak and On account of our Limited 1 \
I I) Floor Kpace in this DepartI) I
Mrs. Harry BUuley Forbes and Early next week the road super- : ; Jackets at Fictory Cost. meat we will be compelled) to ; : 28% S. Palafox Street, & Old Armory Building,

Mrs. Bleektr Forbes will receive !I visor will bring the county convicts } : .... clean out all Fall and Winter i
All our$3.00 Skirts for. $2 (GJ ,
Saturday afternoon from three to i| I Hats and these are the Prices 1('J CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
down from the of the j
half pat six at the home of Mrs. upper part ; All our $4.00 Skim for.$3m that will move them:
county and work the road. II l.CO Hat;; for.......... .... 79aJI i I IMXSACOLA, 1'1.II. ..\.
Harry Bunley Forbes on I):Botofi'.ieet All our $;00 Skirts [ar..4:;
: 1i I
I I f 1)) U'Hats for..... .... .... 993 ()
to meet Mrs. Harry Holland, I .... 'I -
AU Skirt; over SJ: 00 at 23 per $:.W Hats for .....$l.b7 ..t'i -
of D MEETING OF BOARDOF I I j r'I I I S350 Hats for .. .... .. .. ...$269 f j I G. DeSiln fi Co.
Max J. Hf iuber;'. Ham Uosenau j All our Flannel Hhlrtal t* at $4.(()$) fats for ........ .... ..$29SAll I' .
20 per cent oil the Regular 3.6,7,8.9 and S10 Hat.. at '
ii and Dive :lemin, Peu,acola'g J PUBLIC SAFETY |I)J fnce. 1 i i 33 per cent oil the regular price. T,{:) i M-inuf.ictareri and! lit1: >-. ,u,

r i; hustling; road salerinen, were among i ....

11 it the iCl.t. .pa-iit-iijers: tag< eat this uiora The regular; -weekly-- meeting of i i (fj|:j. Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. I E:;) ; I Sash, Doors, Blinds,


The "n-estrick Hkule" at the the board of public safety was held f 15 RolU of Giod China Mittinir, this sale: ..... .. ..ISU'c: the yard ,\ Shingles,
I f:j 10 I R'jlls of KxtraOood China: Mattirg, this sale.... ifle the yard I(;J'
opr-ra h'lu.e list night was a COIl1J "ritand ,.;.. 12 Rolls of Fine Japanese: Milting, this ?ale.... .... 211: the yard : Builders

pJeteacys!!- true. The room music only, ',I matters cams up, necessitating a () All-wools ply Ingrain Carpet at . .... .... ......07'a'c! the yard 1() Materials
1J.: way literally by of several hours' duration. .... .... .... ..
sesMon: One Piece Fine Moquet at ......... ...$1.3'jyard: laid
t ttn B-irraiicjs bind was a deli,;htful Brick and Lime.
i -- ; Iir: ; at l'i per cent oil the Regular Prices
y of the evening.The1 communicationof (:1
special !) I Tolohliono No. 11.SHOP&.
i"Coltare'rkule" was a model one; the K-cambia: Lodie No. 15, ,,
teacher, all that could be desired. F.!and A.: M., 7:30: p. ia., '' Shoes.Ladfps' Clothing and Hats. ; !

.'.;'n$l His patience under the and circumstance iiiterert were?wonderful and- ,,I ,G V// )rilay Work-itino, Feb.iu brethren F. 6 C. degree.are cor- I IVi I I If!): Trimmed Felt Slippers Juliet,at.$1.39Lidies' Fur Here is where you Men can I!] : mlm Wij!i M m t r

;t1 thouqh a whipping was: neces.atyoccusioually : dially invited. < II f) Velvet ColonialHlippers : save money. i t) i, &

: his tkollars (except W. D'C. KESSLER ,' at...... ......... 145J; I I All our $1500 Suits for.$11:

;k i fn'3. Gib Fell) loved him nonethei -' HARHY W..Secretary.S.)1.. I' i) Ladies'Slippers Plain...Felt......House... ... fc9c i All All our our 1250 lOOiSuitsfor82b Suits for.9.75 (Ifi] 803-805 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

less.Mrs. 73 Ladies' Lace Pat Tip All other Suits in Proportion.A
fi: Honeyucklb's charming per i Shoes at.....: .... .:.. .:.. 79j A SI 00 Derby for..... .... b9 i I ValiCs, Corks( aid ETeryttifi ia this LIE Kept twin (enjt Hand.
sonality was not lot in the quaint MARITIME. (Et!) 53 pairs L'ldies' Spring j A $1.50 Derby for..........$ () !
Shoe, Lace and Button 9J'J A 82.50 Derby for.l l.! ; l'riec.. '
k character, her energy and kind heart I ; PromptVark1ea.nuable '
r, i 67 pairs Children' Shoe, j A SI p) Crusher for.... .... fc9c i) J'J AS HUG H Pron
\ -qual to any emergency. : --. i (I14) worth 73c: to $1.KJ( .... .... 5'JcJ I (,] .'" .'" ..' PHONE J23-292. .,c."* j* .+* i 1 U t e
The committee idowjd ,'t inc ri.FAKFD.Am Meu's j See our show window for reduced -
l. Kr" soli Sarah U tell. 4'r 1. Lori-land bv : .. 10 pairs Oil Tau ,i. -
.Test, though; it was to bo deplored lolin \ Merrill A('o for huilaiiulptiia, vulut.1 Hunting Shoes.... .... ....32ai; | prices on Underwear.
; ;ru i8 ft express lumliLT I IhAILED. f:) I(:l
i 11t the chairman expressed: lii'.n- I II $3 ,
.-atso decidedly in laver of cutting I I .;.. Buggies, Wagons and Harness.We ; I A CREENHOT & 00. $

; ';,1'JWI1 oaluie" I till' bk VP.Uvlo. ..lI.("acaee Kl/crte i (0) 1I () I ,
Itnl Bdio Hi-4-, -.-' ,Ontxxpire II i iI have bought the entire stock of n!); lpo; Wagon, Harness, I
..,
Hpace: forbils mention of each I
\" I I butch si Kuruiaum Twit Scliuring; Lee- < ,, '
,, ': burn Etc., of the Beers' Carriage Co., and will mtke this a Special f'i WHOLESALE GROCERS
"skollar, deiniuJ iiii
special
yet justice I I till bc! Morladvlla (;iuardia *U9, Mlnuto, f) ) ... ,
notice of the work of some. j CntilmrlI Department under the personal management of Mr. Beers in the I
I' I ,,l lik IVnsacola. 9;:. iinonettl. Upnoa future. :t: IIJ I
" : Rudy Honeysuckle and his l'i iteranj i-<- Am M.-U Sitrab 1> tell, if: >, L.o\eluilU I'lill-
I Rdelpbln I'I'I m.i i Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Cover.--merit St., PENSACOLA, FLA.
her unfailing cire, WHO delightful -
!
t1 WE MARK THE SELLING PRICE 0V ALL OUR GOODS IN -
n not to 1.1"utiau her coin;><>- r
i
.. BRA WNER'S
Mike'-; -rp ych -Casibi-iuac" was

I j uasurpa-Julius .Menko'd. 'd. pway is worthy of i COTTON REPORT. :! E1|:I !lUilliam loljnsoii & Son. IiI

publication for the advantage of

I l'eu"tcol.1.: I Dbl ,,"......TiiT.NT.T.. ...- -. ._--. ,--:..rT1- -.:.....-.- .-...---'...--..-".".._---....T..... J I CL1AEAKCE' SALE
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i b_ W WW, + GWW. WfWW 1 t..e.L.W" '
The utquenchable thirst of Frank Reported for THE NEWS by I). F. :, !

Mays and his speech ua the hTrou.cr I Lowe Co. ,

Mother made" caused much j Hpots.: i I II WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER


merriment.Johnnie Ward would never tell 'Good!Strict Middling..S Middling..S 3-4 7-8 I; KoKECAST-Kalr much colder tonight RATES FOR ST. ANDREWSi I ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...

t which whipped in the fight that Middling ............ .. .. .. ....8 G 81 probably Iroit. Thursday fair, fresh i'
: made him kule but his LINE. 78 Bnys' Double-Brpasted 2-piece I I 64 inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth,in all
ta at composition Strict Low Middling.... ......8 1-1G north wind.
;: nits, all wool worth $3, special pale
. on "The Bquirrili" was Low Colors, regular $1 yard this sale 8Uc!
MlddlIng..H 18 suit.
L good. Temperature in Last 24 Hours: The St. Andrews! and 11.98 yard.
very Tone Steady. Pensacpla Remember we carry a full line of
t' ClarauceTate, with! his difficulty 18Xlmum-54 rteRree. Gulf Steamship Company has fixed Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at Five Piece Black Shark Skin. 41-
FL'TUIIKS.March Miatmum-.____i9 degrees tbe following schedule and rates to to suit inch Dress
, with Charlie prices everybody.Look Good latest out, regular
. "Nosegay ;i" Thompson .................. ...... ...8.1 I apply between Pensacola and the at our Show Window for
the stammering Charlie I $I yard this sale !89c yard.
boy
Ii I! ; May: ...... ............. ...... ...8 h8 : Temperature Elsewhere: points named: price on Ladies' Underwear.We .
'CoTiugt', with his sorts foot that :MIn. Mat. SCIlEUl"LKSteamer carry a swell line of Ladies'Flannel 38 pieces: Fancy Dress Goods, wool

Ii i IludJy Honeysuckle would step on NAVAL 8TOKKS MAKKKT. I Atlanta... .___50t 6'iI Tarpon will leave: Pen'a- and Silk Waists at prices so 74c and yard.Silk, regular (1 yard, this -ale
' ,Hit his new shoes; Johnnie Ward's: I Bismarck.-..- --':M -2 cola 8:30 everybody can wear on*.
.,"j ._..__ __.00 (', every Tuesday night at 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black lien
ees! that his mother sent teacher ported Dally for The New IIJ''. Chicago. o'clock, after the arrival of the Mo- l silk ,
_.___4, 4'1 Moreno Undershirts, special 2uc; warp regular}1 yard, IBM
.itd the little biddy that hatched on Union Naval Store Co. i I Cincinnati bile train and the P. & A. accommodation drawers to match. sale 85c yard.
Galveston__._.-I10 01 train. This will enable
, the road: to skule; little Leslie ftOSIH. ,. Huron........._.. ___...____.ll!! I7J to leave Mobile at 5 in.a, GOdpz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot,
' t itrools and Scott Loftia who fought WW ___.__.h 21) H__ .__t B.i: Jacksonville __.. ___._ _6! 75 person p. worth 50c, special 3oe: ; all colors, regular 35c yard, this pale
? make close connection at Pensacolaand : :
( WG____'__ a wl 6._.. ...___ 1 i __ __ drawers to match. 2.1c yard
nobly and Walter Tate caused cow- v_.. ... _._ II M '_..... ......_ i5s't Kansas City__.__II 31, reach St. Andrews the next 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under- ikT-Jut Received a Full Line
tnotian and interest. JrI_. _._ ._._ SI.i: E._ ..,1"1! Key WestMemphis ._._.._._.__ii 3'4 wl0 morning at 7 o'clock.I'ASTNGFIR. shirts worth fl,special "Oc; drawers Waitings, regular 2oc yard,this sale
" fie sweet music rendered by the Q ___ a 15 D. ....._ 1 wL2b0 'i i Mobile_._ .--S4 70 HATES. I to match. 15e yard.
'I C"below__ 1 wltift&ITS 100: doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Ready-tn-\Veir Rainy-
1) two boys Allen on the fiddle and 1! Montgomery ___ 5tI ,0 The passenger! rate from Pensacolawill
TOara tT18a-e8'bid. ._._._ I' Hair Undershirts, worth $I.C9 special Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale:
Lcrton at the piano: was a breath ] Sew Orleans. "'I 74: begs follows: I
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$1 drawers to match, In White, 98c each.
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from the olden times. Sew York 3.4 50 To St. Andrewa and St. Andrews
Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies'
A GOOD nEOO DIt.; ().\TIOS. Savannah.--_.M 0) points-$6.00; round trip $10. Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
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, : l Bcott Loftin and the others We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk
were i !8t. LouisMysterious __.2& a':. To Apalacbicola and Carrabelle I I Day Skirts guaranteed all wool,
l epleudid. i "I have noticed that the sale of $350; round trip $15. Shim and Drawers worth $3; spec- worth $4, special sale $2.48 each.
Chamber ln'8 !Stomach and Liver ial to close $1.20 each. I 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
: These
1 The fares include first-class
giggling girl was perfect as Circumstance
I. f I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1.50, special
Tablets Is most invariably to those cabin, stateroom and meals. I
} was: the cryinlltirl. Mary Lucia i lOne was pale and sallow and the and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at 1 sale 98c each.
'Ff Richards and Freddie Loftin ; they'HI who have once used them,"says Mr.J. other fresh and rosy. Whence the by Further applying information at the company's can be secured officesin 25c; drawers to match. I I 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured

, created much merriment. I H. Weber, a prominent druggistof difference? She who is blushing the Tniesen building. 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and I Hkirts, worth $2 50 to E6, special
I with health Dr. King's New Red All Wool Undershirts at COc sale .
I Sallie Kessler a pretty girl whose i Cascade, Iowa. What better recommendation uses ; $1.98 to$4.93 each.ReadytoWearJackets
could any medicine Life Pills to maintain it. By gently drawers to match. our price
bead seemed to, run on boys to the !i I have than for people to call for it arousing the lazy organs they com- We have just received our We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.43 to $8 each. You will save
despair of her teacher, was too good- when in need of such a remedy? Try pel good digestion and head off con- Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
hearted not to be forgiven. i them when you feel dull after eating stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at 1903 line of Heywood Go- that we can save you 25c on. buying.
Ethel Maura who chewed guru, when you have a bad taste in I W. A. D'Alemberte 121 t S. Palafox Carts with all the latest im- Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at $l.f&)
I your month, feel bilious, have no appetite street, Druggist. of Men's Clothing Bougot at We on to $5; worth nearly double.
was very fine. I or when troubled with constipation provements. Call and see dollar. We will close them out at 49 .Boys' Double-Breasted 2:piece
Sue Batnpey spoke well and show- and you are certain to be delighted them; they are beauties. just }{ price off other merchants. 6ait,',worth 11.60, special fide suit.
ed interest in her lessons. I with the prompt relief which I went to Pryor's furniture house

Kate Loftin was a very smart girl. they and atIor medicince. For sale dealers.'PORTLAND by all. druggists on West: Government street and Marston 4' Quina. Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat
furnished entire bouse for just
Adele Cbaffee had made a study my Hot French Waffles with Ours. Remember the Place,
one-half of what I to
expected
o/ the "cow, as her composition CEMENT a pay. '
StsfiBed. f2. o per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS It was a surprise to me, and I don't Florida Cane Syrup at F. E. BRAWNER.'iI'.t. .
Callie Battaile, the late girl, who Corner Bru and Garden Streets. I know why I remained eingle long. Solomon's IDS s. PUS St.

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