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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 5, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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; 39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 5. 1903 NO 93PE0pLE

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OF THE DAY A LITTLE NONSENSE. I THE PARIS MORGUE. I -- ALL OVSR. THE 'HOUSE-- HIS EXTENSIVE WARDROBE. ,.;

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s1..cIrt; Cur Dual n"a. Mrlhcd. Samantha Slaib's Grateful Acknowl- here is a list of the wardrobe A Quaint Homemade Frame For an The Paris is the THE OLD RELIABLE J
receiving
Deresford, admiral of morgue
\ Arles ecgment.!
I. ,(, who arrived In New which Gibriele d'Annunzio took Engraving. house of the bodies of unknown
tIi':i:I. : ;.,h in uavr.January has denictithat "I lu-ln't expected this !" exclaimed with him oil a recent trip, as gravely jS Apropos homemade oddities a picked up in the streets, dragged ort

11\ ."". ti-,> America has anything toshii'liin the elderly! fpinster, with recorded in Neapolitan paper: writer inthe Ladies' World describes of the Seine or found in Roust 1))

4 ? comliine.: In an emotion. "I shell certainly, have to Shirts, !seventy-two; socks of all this quaint conception for a where they are not recognized, ana P0)1L)

clad! that the report that seed her something in return. kind=, twelve dozen ; socks of quiet picture frame: here such bodies are left for identifi- 'IiT.

t.' : .' i a 1'italtion: with the In- Sitting down to her little writing tinted sic!! two dozen; hats, evening "Over a certain chimney piece in a cation preceding burial or crema- ,

",. 1 Mercantile: Marine compa- desk, she impulsively dashed off the suits, smoking coats, shooting jackets pretty little home there used to ,
.'.-.uIonl Charles eame
tion.Of
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t. innumerable; gloves fur walkin hang a handsome engraving in avery late of the
the tuques- methods <>t following note to her distant relative a process preserving
:> .iiuctunn: and uirrcanIle : ,?, forty-eight pairs; gloves for beautiful frame. This frame unclaimed bodies has been adopted )

1'.lj's it i Ii in the au- ''Miss Jane SfJ.uaJlopIa evening: lty-foJr pairs; ; mufilersof I seemed to be an exquisite piece of the preserving agent being cold carried ,

e i'Miiont that }J1Jsine stun You hare had disguised : beautiful: : silk, three; walkingsucks I, carving, but upon cloiQ examination up to congelation. Imagine; a I .'tGPbAmNG
pica excel.Ve in may thought you twelve I ; umbrellas:! of violet : itjras found to be something within I large room fitted up at one end with

I. n'>i !know how to auniiulsv. : your handwriting, but I recognized l''t'. ( :Lit; : p.rail,-. ;:rc.'n, ten; ) tuf.'rcach of all who have cultivated a series of lockers in tiers one above I'
it the moment 1 saw the envelope 1 1.- _(Ikerehii'N.: twenty dozen ; cra- thrifty habits and deft hands. the other, with doors in front.

and I knew what it contained tats rc'plondent and varii'J, 1.0I;( I ''The'f was made of carefullysmooihed Each locker contains a preserved t
ail
recta before opened it. A WY.isicualP! ten; S-'MOS!! f.>r v.j"'...ifcH'rleen \.', fated boards: and it human body in a kind of shell, ;j"

woman that will wreak her spite pair.- ; '-li/jn.rj i: "soft, item: ; was cO'terrnllu' with nutshells When the contents of the locker POWDERAbsolutely
against another woman Ly pending I and trti'.uilnutv.o: pairs; also a nutshells in variety. The edges have to be surveyed], the door is unlocked -I "

her a comic valentine L> a despicable I very line rLi1ethree; reiolvtri-. were rows of acorns carefully chosen and the shell drawn out. The : pure
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n person, and all the meaner for doing dagger: a Venetian box of perfumesand and nicely put in place. .After this bodies are frozen as hard as: metal

+.. it in such a sneaking) anonymousway. a lapdog,. there was no regular design, but the and ring like metal when touched. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
t 1l I have the honor to be, madam, shells were not put on haphazard.

l t r yours with mighty little respect, Sa- Whits Or::njies. 1 t had laken quite awhile to gather Hard Work.
< y \ mantha Slabb. In a few years white oranges may c "tough that were handsome and While down in Oklahoma not

Y "P. S.-The scrawny old maid"vith !grace the American! dinner table or perfect. Butternuts, English wal- long ago Senator Ueveridge of Indiana WHO SUCCEEDS

the corkscrew curls and long nose the Italian's fruit wagon. One of I nuts, filberts, tiny pine cones, sweet met Delegate McGuire of that

whose picture you send me looks a the explorers of the agricultural de- gum balls, little elm twigs-the sort territory, whom he complimented JOHN EACAN

million times more like you than it partment discovered this freak of with corklike bark-and all sorts of on his fine physique "Oh, yes; hard

j ': does like me. S. S.-Chicago Trib- nature in his rambles along the tiny nuts were used in the -tign. work made me a strong man," said

i une. shores of Mediterranean some They were firmly glued in place, and McGuire. The Indiana man replied, THAT IS NOW A PARAMOUNT
months ago and brought some cuttings when this had been done the framewas with a touch of scorn, "If you had

A Straight Tip. from the tree to the United set away to dry. When perfectly toiled in a sawmill' as I had to do, QUESTION AMONC LOCAL AND .

f States. These were carefully grafted firm and dry, the 'carving' was you would have a right to talk: of
on an ordinary stock at the department varnished furniture man pre- hard work." "You never earned STATE REPUBLICANS.Much .

f t. r grounds and are now pared the varnish, mixing with it a your bread as a section hand and

ri three feet high. A cutting of this. sufficient/ quantity of walnut stain pumped a handcar, did you? Xo,

tt1. plant was sent to Santana, Cal., to FO that all the nuts were of the same nor you never did any steamboating.More concern is now being indulged -
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t 'i :t be tried in that climate. A couple of color. The frame was given several than that, you have not by the local and state republicans .

Li years: will see the first fruit. If it coats of this very fine varnish, the punched cattle for four or five years,
over the probable successor aa
't, k f Z K tn1ELF3 prows of fine flavor, cuttings will be picture adjusted and hung. It didn't and, senator, when you have had ;i
widely scattered], and in time the look cheap or homemade or 'r/iessy.' whack at these occupations you will United States district attorney to

( KEKESFOItU. white orange may be as plentiful as It was really a thing of beauty, regard: work in a sawmill as: a box at the Hon. John Eagan: whose sad

Our workmen arc as the seedless orange. quaint and old fashioned and great.y the opera." death has been of recent date.:

I'Ut our administrations Y to be desired. The material should Candidate iu large numbers have
-;.. 'Jr coniimiiii's want lords What a Great Telescope; Can Do. I. all be good. There must; be no hur- A Policeman's Answer filed their for the

'... I I ," -,. \\ liII Know nothing; The excellence of the Lick thirtysix I ry. A well made frame, plenty of Policemen are, as oilier men, applications po-
: V: i rs demand straight : inch telescope and the steadiness nutshells, good hot glue, a can of rather sensitive: of allusion to their sition with the president, and thereis

:, .. II.. i nut only Know, but q of the air when, the conditions are fine varnish l and unlimited patience failures. lliehmoiul has lately suffered to telling how the thin? will end.

: I... '?'\ ,..'.i the cuncmis of good on Mount Hamilton are attest-I' must be brought to the work. A fine at the hand's of burglars, and Pensacola offers at least four names,
v... t:,' :" i'' r, .iltir," ed by the statement of Mr. ,i gilt beading next to the picture mat the burglars are still at large. A
."r but one of them is said to be
averseto
't 1 j 1lt'as- I I
1 I uany
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Hussey, one of the observers there, enhanced the richness of the carved well known minister invt a policeman
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,1' anti its .
.1 1. I. : l. 'Y : making his application known.
that double stars whose componentsare effect by contrast of light and in the street the other day at
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', .tutl nearly equal in brightness can i shade." IJiehniond: and could not avoid an Probably the strongest applicantis
l'in''tr' I" LM' II- nr>t 1',1" wbyut'
Ile slys IHUI ..li. J I L.. ..tmertano be measured if the distance between allusion to the local topic. "What a young Oeo. P. Wentworth of this

; : sin as >J..iIlUt' tcmrzh1 ," them exceeds one-tenth of a secondof A Useful Cooking Utensil. number of burglars there arc city, widely known and well fitted
arc. What this: means in accuracyof Two useful articles have been about !" he said. ""'hy don't you ,
for the Mr. Wentworth '
Mr. Tncrt Ma>- SDP. definition may be understood by cleverly converted into one useful constables arrest them?" position. -
!->Arthur I'astt. d.ni.-Iitor of the lIe (cautiously What would yoa remembering the fact that one-tenth :I cooking utensil. It is the combined The policeman regarded the min was associated with deceased at-

let Para Steles "fee York hall say if 1 should ak you to be my of a second is equal to the apparent !! steel cooker and drainer. Withoutits ister solemnly. "Sir," he replied, orney for some time and has a wide
.-,1.."> our to lit r unlive I Lead from her wife ?
.. diameter of the head of an ordinarypin I fixtures it is just an ordinary "there are thousands of people :going : knowledge of the cilice. This young
In DiL-l.iml Imik after herbns She cautiou
i in : 1,1 (more 1y1Vhydon'tyou
viewed by the naked if the vessel for boiling vegetables, making to perdition day. Yhydon't
every
!: nitereMs It was: iii 1"72 that ask i.-.e and find out ? eye I man, It may be mentioned, has a
could it at distance of two other to which ministers them ?
see a soup-or purposes you stop
c.: I le-'lIn.' the wife of (:t'lll'rulr.- eye endorsement and if
strong ; popularity
tb':r lit I.ry 1'at t "f the Seots guards A Process of miles. such vessels are put. When the perforated 1
jii'l I wit to llnslaml: to nY('. Reasoning.; plate which fits about in the Thomas Hardy's Waistcoats.Sir and efficiency count for anything ;
1'.i- t:1: (. of t'lo: Para Stevens mil- "That was a '*great speech yon Working the Government.The center is inserted and with water in Tatton Sykes' well known eccentricity he will surely be appointed. ,
: : '. .- tpt l.iwy.-rs iiinl couit.shuiy made to the jury. Australian government has tle bottom compartment, any food in the matter of coats-
YV. B. of
"
t5heppard Apalachicola
i ..pi t! .IM .1 quarter of a century. "Ye-: replied the member of the found it necessary to make a grantin that is desired can be steamed. The he always wears four or five-has its
.A r? ,It .j.,. mn nf chief Justice bar, "but they convicted my man." aid of the federal parliament refreshment !I i plate can also be used to drain vegetables counterpart in Mr. Thomas liardy'shabit : another strong man in the race. Mr.

;: nf the burPII': court of UhodoMs1 "One of the jurynun explainedthat rooms, as they do not and at the same time keep of invariably wearing two Hheppard: is a good lawyer and was

fact to me. He and his colleagues pay. Members of parliament have I i them warm. Another point to be waistcoats. Indeed in a severe win- the strongest man out against the

+ put their heads together: and therefore another addition to make'1: noticed in this tisefr.1 article is a lit- ter the famous author has been former attorney in the recent select- .
concluded that there' must )be something their list of perquisites.With known to don four but '
to long tle device for keeping on the lid. A as many as ion. Next to Mr. Wentworth the
wrong) about the prisoner or a salary of $2,000 and the run twist of the finger securely fastens even on the hottest summer day he ,
he wouldn't have felt it necessary to of the best clubrooms in Melbourne, the top on, and furthermore this lit- ticks to his two, the outside one being Apalachicola man is thought to bathe '

hire so expensive a lawyer."-Washington free postal, telephone and telegraph tle clamp is a great assistant if one generally of the old fashioned second strongest man.

Star. services, free railway traveling, free wishes to pour out the water. The knitted sort. Another habit of his- Several: colored lawyers are mak-

novels from the best lending libra- vessel comes in pretty enameled though this is not an eccentricity, ing a long reach for the choiceplum.
Puzzled by the Discrimination.
and free they can but trait-is to bicycle -
ries stationery verylovable
a .
said Jim ware. Two of these are I. L. Purcell and C. '
"Mammy Pickaninny ,
claim to get their meals at less than over to see his: mother every Sun-
"kin Santy Claus" see in de dahk, cost price. Every meal they eat at Floating Soap Dish. day. H. Alston\ of this city, both having

game as a cat : Parliament House means a loss to This clever little device is one strong backing. One of them has
"I dunno, chile," answered his better than the that floats.It Electricity.The .
the consolidated revenue. step soap the endorsement of the colored educator
mother. "What makes: you 'spicion makes bathing more luxurious latest word on electricity is to .
Y Booker T. Washington.It
dat he could? Neither Alive Nor Dead. than ever before. One has only to : the effect that it is a material sub-
'He nebber makes no mistake an' Recent researches by Professor wait for a few ebbs and flows of the stance. Its unit, the electron, forms was thought that as the federal

gibs me none of deiu rockin' horse Macfayden have shown that many tide before the little soap boat drifts an infinitesimal part of the atom of court would cenvene in Talabaasee

an' steam injines like what da white micro-organisms can be exposed to into one's hand and obviates the necessity any element, and when split off it soon, government prosecutor wouldbe
"
chillum, gits. .. the temperature of liquid air for a of having to reach over the produces a stress in the ether simi- needed at once. On account of

REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. period of six months without any tub. It is made in bowl shape of lar to that due to a negatively electrified in Texas
Judge Swayne holding court -
': tbes appreciable loss of vitality, although some imported English wood and body. The severing of the
A Little Life Saved.I .
Bey's at such a temperature the ordinary comes in various: sizes, looking not electron from its atom is the genera- the Florida term was adjourneduntil
AnrnUB PAGET. have a few words to say regarding chemical processes of the living cell unlike the round chopping bowls: so tion of electricity. The remainderof I April.An .

[ it nut reversed will deprive Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It must cease. Inferring to Professor familiar in our kitchens. A large the atom acts as a positively
Off.
t r s. Pt:?1 t of large sums which were saved my little boy's life and I feel Macfaydcn's experiments, Professor I J cake of soap fitting the bowl accurately charged body, but it is not certainly Attack of Pneumonia Warded
e-'d Ler ,>ut of the estate by her that I cannot praise it enough. I James Dcwar Bays that the organisms I and a sort of soft shaving known whether the positive electron "Home time ago my daughter
:o.: 'r n: J her brother. Mrs. Ellen bought a bottle of it from A.E.Hteere caught a severe cold. Hhe complained -
<. in the state just described I brush to apply a lather with accompany -supposed to be about ten times a3
I:Y 1 I..s! I '.,'r. 1'uran Stevens' daughter of Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got "cannot be said to be either alive or I the bowl, the price of which heavy as the negative-rcaJly exists. of pains in her chest and bad a

,. "!', :ir-t wife, contested the right home with it the poor baby could dead in the ordinary acceptation of varies, according to size, from $3.50 bad cough. I gave her Chamber-

:,::,r T' 1'II't's t.!" ,' 'i' Stevens directed every ten minutes until unobtained condition of living For the Milan exhibition of 1905 directions and in two days she was
:tt their deaths In such a
1t..' .' (rave her out. After years "threw up" and then I thought sure matter, a third state." Better than Gold. an original competition is proposed, well and able to go to school. I
,.f I : 'Ii -Mrs. Mik-her has a strong he was going to choke to death. We "I was troubled for several years nothing less than a world's beauty have used this remedy in my familyfor
", :, her f.i\or. Hut her half sis- had to pull the phlegm oat of his An Expensive Gift. with chronic indigestion and nervous show, with a first prize of 1,000,000 the past seven years and have
\r :.. ': Carry the tight: further. mouth in great long strings. I am Mrs. Hcpsley-Mrs. Hamilton became debility," writes F. J. Green, of francs, four prizes of 500,000 franc, never known it to fail," eays James
positive that if I had not got that
bottle of cough medicine my boy seriously ill from tramping Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme eight of 200,000, twenty of 100,000and Prendergaat merchant,Annato Bay '
b I. math Hate. would not be on earth today.-JoEL round the bargain stores after herhusband's until I began using Electric Bit- fifty-five of 50,00u. To cover Jamaica West India Islands. Tbe :
"':lUtiuii of 213:: only one death In wood Iowa. For sale ters, which did me more good than indicated
DEMONT chest -
.., Christmas present.Mrs. the expenses a lottery would be or- pains in the an approaching
-ri'.t: since the beginning of the all the medicine I ever used. They
by all and medicine deal-
druggists
> after such a The lucky winner of the attack of pneumonia
atury at Friilaythorpe in the ers. Hiiley-Surely have also kept my wife in excellent ganized.
furL! "<' lla-t (tiding; England. sacrifice her husband must have giv- health for years. She says Electric first prize would take the prize lady which in warded this instance 08 by Chamber was undoubtedly -
Goldring's No. 3 saloon at the en her a most elegant Christmas Bitters are just splendid for and the million if both like Barkis, lain's Cough Remedy. It counteracts t-

Union depot, since its opening, has gift? grand female tonic troubles and invigorator; that they for are weak a, were "willin'." If not, they would any tendency of a cold toward
:\u'arly Forfeit BU Life. become noted as the place to find Mrs. Hepsley He paid the doctor's run down women. No other medicine halve the "dot" between them. The pneumonia. Bold by all druggist t'
A runaway!!: : almost ending fatally, the best and purest brands of liquorsto bill.-Brooklyn Life. CloD take its place in our fami- other prizes would be dealt with on and medicine dealers.
ft.utfd a torrible ulcer on the leg of be found in the city. You will ly." Try them. Only 6Oc. Satisfaction the same principle. t

J- B. tuner, Franklin Grove, 111. receive polite attention and be made The one great virtue of Bttrnttt'1Vanilla guaranteed by W. A.street.D'Alem- .' We are the only furniture
For ft>ur years it defied all doctorsand welcome. Extract I U purity. It is rea berte, 121 South Palafox TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY dealers in the city who carry -

all remedies Bucklen's Arnica vanilla extract and nothing but vanilla If want your office Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableti All a compUte line of china
you
," refund tbe It It alls to
Hot drngzuti money
5
l.re Rolls at lOo
load no trouble to cure him. p. m extract. (Always use Ifurneft's furnished go to Marston !tQuina'a. core. E. W. Grore'i[signature It on taeh cases and sideboards. We
E'tiafy!' doz., at Solomon's.f box. Joe.Hot.
goad for Bruises
-Inn L' Burns, ) They have an elegant sell them fur cash or on-
C.rI1NIOtland Piles. 25c at W. Chocolate with
t' PORTLAND CEMENT at line of roll top desks payments. Marston $
Fo Cure easy
D'Altr.berte's ey's Kidney '
:, Drub Store, 121 $2.b0 per barrel. A V. CLCBBS Whipped Cream at Solo. t
juh PaLafox: street. Corner Bra and Uarden Btreets. nukes kidneys and bladder rizht and office chairs mon's. Quina.I .

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THE DAILY NEWS: ,PENSAOOtA,.FLO IDA. TI r 3O Y. FEBRUARY. B t O3.

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: TWO SECRETS. FOR THE HOUSEWIFEThe .. r 1h- Tired, i.. -
I A lady wa watching a potter at hit

X work whose foot was kept with a
fJt
{ < one
&Ilea Bid BU From HI. Wile, and rHI
I She CherUhed Her Own. Value of Onions. IVl3 Sim 2 &.k1I.. *) "never slackening speed turning I hIs

"How's business, Eben?" We Lave good medical authority for are overcotr.e J-yLywia E. Pinlcham'a swift wheel! round" while the other

The old man was washing at the sink the statement that onions are not only Vegetable Compound. rested patiently on the ground. When

.: after his day's work. nutritious OB food, but possess excel- the lady said to him in sympathizing

"Fine, Marthj; fine!" lent medicinal properties. As a blood rh tone "How tired your foot must be!"

"Does the store look just the same purifier they are better than the famous the man raised his eyes and said: "No, a

With the red geranium In the window? 't ma'am; It isu't the foot that works
sarsaparilla bark or root Tie + > Jf
that's tired. It's the foot that stands.That's .
land, how I'd like to see it with'the best way to eat them is boiled and
Can shining in! How does it loos, Eb- IL"If for infants and Children.
:
served with butter little
or a cream.
nr you want to keep your strength,

Eben did not answer for a moment As an external application for croup in use it. If you want to get tired, do Castoria i>* a harmless substitute for Castor OU, Pare

When he did, his voice shook a Lit children they have been famous for nothing. As a matter of fact we all gorse, Drops and Soothiu Syrups. It in lII'l.al1t. It

"The store's never been the same hundreds of years. Onions are well know that the last man to give a helping contains neither Opium Jlorphiiio nor other NarcotioMibstancc.

luce you left, Slartby." known as a nerve sedative, and consequently hand to any new undertaking is It destroys Worms and allays Fetcrislmrss.
It cares Iiarrlm and AVind C4 lio. It relieves TV 'ih.
A faint little flush came into Martha'swithered useful in cases of insomnia the man who has plenty of time on his ins Troubles and cures Constipation ft regulate tho
cheek. Is wife too old headache and neuralgia. Onions cookedor hands. It Is the man and woman who and
a ever Stomach IJovvoN, jjivinsr healthy and natural !>leei>.
to be moved by her husband's flattery? raw are an excellent expectorant, 'rr are doing the most who are always The (;h dreu's 1'anucca-The 3Iother' Friend

For years Ellen and Martha had kepta and the expressed juice is a soothing willing to do a little mure.-I'hlladd.

1 tiny notion store; then Martha fell remedy for annoying coughs. Many phla Ledger.The The Kind You Have Always Bough

tick and was taken to the hospital.That thousands of years ago the Egyptiansknew
Man and the Wave. Bears the of
was months ago. She was out so much about onions that they Signature
'fP Once upon a time a man was tellinga
BOW, but she would never he strong; worshiped them as divine. That the ? ti tale of woe that unveiled his matrimonial -
again-never be partner In their happy virtues of so benign a bulb should be experience.

little trade again."I destroyed by frying them in hog's
I "It was all on account of a little!
can't get over a hankering for a grease is a satire on common sense, "
handkerchief he said.
MISS Menard cured after doc- dainty "The
right of the store," thought Martha one and yet we are told that some peopleeat
first time that I the and before
tors failed to help her. saw girl a
forenoon. elf I take it real careful, I them cooked in that way. I
"Lydia K. Pinkham's e- we had been introduced she waved
can get down there 'Tisn't so far. In Use For Over 30 Years.
table Compound cured me after that bit of lace at tm\ and I was carried -
Ebon '11 "scold, but he'll be tickled most Malting the Droom Liut. doctors had failed, and I want away. It was a fall In love aud rwear.r.u_ teanSrru..ae.rrr. ".. "ITT.
i .f.
to death. Care and economy should be practiced other girls to know about it. During then matrimony. Gut alas that delicate _
It took a long time for her to drag in all things, and how oftenwe
yet menstruation I suffered most handkerchief was no index to the
herself downtown, but at last she stood see carelessness in handling the intense pain low iu the abdomen girl's nature, and I found myself

at the head of the little street where broom. There is a great deal of difference and in my limbs. At other times I j I vv reeked ou the sea of matrimony." ..T : Itf.1 : B. WRIGHT
GOfflPAHY
the store was. All of a sudden she in the of work that !
quality had a heavy, depressed feeling : \Ioral.-A man may be carried away j ,
stopped. Ahead, on the pavement, brooms do and the time they la!'t. ThisIs which made my work seem twiceas by a wave and wrecked without going

'I ctcotl Ll-iu .\ tray Lung from his all due to the way they are used A hard, and I grew pale and thin. : near the water.-New York Herald. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IX
, 11 neck on which were arranged a few broom lie the
i I'houllllpn r st in corner The medicine the doctor gave me

: cards of collar studs, some papers of i{' after u::ing. This scuds the straw over did not do me one bit of good, and Wanted a Lower Key. ;- ? l LUMBER LATHS

5: pins and shoelaces.: Two or three holders and causes It to b'Toiue one sided. I was thoroughly dkcom aged. The Spatts-My love, I wish you would ,

t were in his shaking old hand, and i I Have a string or some other device on doctor wanted me to stop work,but, alter the key of your voice.
SA WED CYPRESS .
IvSf
SDINGEES
t as he stood he called his wares. Mrs. -\\'hat's the matter with lin.Dmi fen
i : the end of the handle to hang up by. of course, I could not do that. I Spatts 1-dJjJ
t. Martha clutched at the wall of the :i This will greatly lengthen:: Its useful- finally began to take Lydia 1L it? nss s

building. She looked OUT the way at j I ness, make the sweeping much easier Pink haul's Vegetable Compound 1'ltt9-0h.. nothing: only from the I!, PEX ?AcorA. FLA.

. the little t tOI'('. Its windows were tilled !I land save your carpets by having a and felt Ix-tterafter taking the first expression of Eliza .lane's face after j I -

with fruit and an Italian name Hut- |} straight broom. Wash your brooms at bottle, and after taking six bottlesI our recent argument I'm certain it i i

,r tend on the a wnIII!:. Theu Martha understood. leapt once a woek not with soap, but I \ .; entirely cured, and am now fits every keyhole iu the house.-1'own | COAL AND WOOD.

The store had gone to pay with a good washing powder. Dip the in infect health,and I am so grate- and Country

her expenses. She turned and hurried broom up and down until the straw ful for it."-3IISS GbORGlE JlKXARD, ._- WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

I away as fa.st. us her trembling limbs! appears perfectly clean, then hang up 5:57:\ I.. land:: St, New York City.- inper tlllon.

i would take hc-r. to dry, and when going: to use the next 15000 forfeit If orffnaof above/ letter proving Parson (visiting prison)-Why are THIS WINTER THAN EVEK fEF( RESEND
wi "It will hurt him so to lime me find genuineness cannot be produced.
it' time you will think you have a new you here, my misguided friend?
' ; out." she thought! and the tears trickled Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegetable
broom. This kind of treatment will Cmipouncll'urt's fcmall'iII'4 lieu I'rl-oller-J'm: the victim of the unlucky US YOUR ORDERS NOW
t down her face."lie's M
j
,"I' cause them to last twice as long. all other means have failed.Thel'erlods Xo. 13.
kept a secret from me. and I'll : Parson-Ilidcedl! How's that? Thompson Olsen & Co
keep one from him," she said to her I -- -- ('risOIll'r-Twd\'e' ,
and
jurors
Handy Stand one
'
TorIn 1I..tlDIt.
'I self. I know." Growth.
"lIe shan't know that of
.j That night when Ebeu: tame In, chilled every housihokl there is almost Children born between Septemberand Judge.-Chicago News. _. Manresa Street. Telephone 147.
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certain to be need from time to time to - -
and Martha asked cheerfully authorities --- -
weary, February are, some ,
the old qiK'&tion' ; heat something quickly for somebodywho state, not as tail as those: born in summer I CONSTIPATION.Every ESTABLISHED 186?.
is ill and even when there is a gas I
"How's business? and spring months, and the growthof civilized
.'I'{'tter 'n e"l'rIarthy," answered stove in the house that does not alwaysfit I children is much more rapid from and water to wash off person the accumulation uses soap-
Eben. Youth's the occasion. Here, then, Is a little I March till The McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
Companion. August extremities of dirt and filth from their body, ,
stand that any handy man about the to the sixteenth but how sufferers of
grow rapidly up year; many constipation o -DBALCRBIB-: 0
1lackn.r* and Dacb.band. house can easily make. It Is constructed then there is a slow growth until the think about the accumulationof

" I Hackneys of tkj'scraping knee action of stout wire and Is high enough to thirtieth year. The legs chiefly grow filth within their body, which i is ShIp Chandlery and General Hardware

.! are to some extent freaks in horseflesh between the tenth and seventeenth a hundred times more detrimentalto ,
'j of little more real value to mankind rood health than the dirt ou the
Comparing: the general !
years. results outside. The 003 AND COb $. PALAFOX 8TUEKT.
waste of food
: than dachshunds, the sawed off dwarfs matter
I it appears that there are six periods of
passes into the bowel, which -
dogs The little child who said are I AGENOYI
among t"mrth. The first extends to the
up the
natural of the human
of this ridiculous splayfooted bowleg; sixth eighth and is of I sewers I I RKVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEKLINO'S HOJ.H CO.?
'I or year one very sy telD. If here this wjte i is allowed 1 GALVANIZED
WIRE ROPE A, RUM
EL&HON'8PVMPH
,
{ goo) caricature of the canine race that rapid growth; the second IH.TKKI, from 1,, to accumulate the warmth of :

It must li.ue been born under a bureau eleven to fourteen years, growth Is'' the body soon sets up fermentation ; Darns Sirdti hits! Ills Itatlcal Intromsots, StirU! liciin, ChIn!

. bit the mark exactly. The nose smiting : slow; the third period. from sixteen to I and decomposition, gases are form ,
,
OOUPA StS LOON
+ KTOI
}'I cloud cap ping horses that try top I II : seventeen: the fourth period slums a I I ed which are carried into the blood I
circulated C. McKeni! Oertin Collecting Agent for Bar: Pilots' Benevolent A
I throw tl-ir ft out legs over their ears I glow! growth up to the age of thirty for '.and through the whole "oociition.
=y*tern, and disc I*e \i. the inevitable
:
at ('\ 'ftrhIl. are grotesque aberrations : 1 height up to fifty for chest firth; the I' re-ult. > .

;'fJi from sound and admirable tnll's.Lt I fifth period is one of rest, the sixth i
III The hn :t remedy for cou-tipation
: They and the dachshunds should disappear I decrease in the body.' I II l is HKPATICU1U: becau-e itmoves i I THE GARDEN SECTION:

: f tul'thl'r.-\ew lurk Tribune..Municipal [.! tile bowels ea-ily and naturally I

I I' I A Itomnn i'ure I'nr (''ompiin. I II without irritation: gripinglr; ?ickiniinsr. o-OF-o

.( Aid. I I ('(Isu:; was a Human plnsuianflourished who : It gives strength and ton i
"Well," remarked Miss Innocence,, I in the third century lie'1 1I to the liver and eventually cures IFensaoola Florida.

, "the go\crmuciit may not believe in :< I was a follower! of Hippocrates and !i Hold by all druggists ,

t women taking the initiative in mattersi: wrote various Insoles on medicine. Mm :i

".+i of love, but this city certainly does." I of his prescriptions Is for consumption I I! SEND YOUR ORDERS Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

, "1 don't see how," rl'pil'sIiss An-1! and strange enough, it is quite in accord I. I ----

tike with more interest than might I I with modem methods in some re- I to Pearl & ])'IIY6 for cdrjientpr orelectrical Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I i work. Repair work upecicilty.
: Lave been expected."It's | I spe'i-ts. lie says: "\s soon as a man :, > ,

plain as print' The city clerk finds himself spitting and Inick'.n: ,' on 'I .---- u 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

Is advertising in the newspapers for : rising in the morning he should iuinieelidtely I' Foley's flony ana Tarj to location and
ing surroundings.
"
'sealed proposals.! replies Miss Innocence. I take possession of a cow and '
colds prevents pneumoniA
.-Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. po high; up into the mountains and live j I I -
I I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
on the fruit of that cow." Although ,
fie !:Sf/
J.tudgin's for or.
,
; Follonlni; Contain. i he knew nothing of the cause of phthij Isis j I i High, Dry Fertile Lands.

"Whoop!" yelled the excited Inebriate j he had observed that good living, j I --

AI he ru lIt'lllnto the hotel "I'm a terror 4 out tit door lif,', lots of sunshine and anabundance I The grandest opportunity for investment ever

-, I'm a man eater! rill the biggestgun ; ; of milk and cream were absolutely CASTORIAFor I I 1
offered in Pensacola.
that em hit the pike! Wow!" ..r essential as prerequisites for
Infants and Children ,
"It's customary," remarked the trl'aillil'llt.-.Journal of Hygiene. :

;r bouncer as he gazed: at the subsequentwreck TO HEAT THINGS: QUICKLY. I The Kind Yea Have Always BoogtvS i i Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

tY' : outside, "" hen a gun is loaded A rirmarkublp Shan I I -
permit of placing a Hshted lamp underneath -
i 1 to fire it.-Hallimore. The empress of Russia was once presOnttrl Hears the I.A. V..ClubbsCorner
the top I 'ros"b:1l' designed: to I
with a shawl of a remarkablekind. J ofPEARL
tier Station.A serve as a support for the dish t'lutaln.j I, I&1'AqJfO tl ,'
It Is contained in a Lox only a :
Il' little hoy and girl were playing: at In;; whatever is to be heated. Traces Garden and Bra Streets.
few inches' square, in which it fits eas- j I i
'. on the sides prevent collapse of the
trains, nays the Western Mall, and the any
ily, yet when it is shaken out it is ten I j & DOLIVE.
boy was calling: out all the Motion frame. The quantity of wire required yards square. This notable gift was 1".0. BKKNT, WM, H KNUWLKH, W, K, Avis, JR., J, H, KKKBE.
tl names he knew. The first stop was Is small and inexpensive! and the workof the work of !'nl11e011I1'11 weavers iuOreiiberg. 'I PrealdenVloe.I"ljllddnt. CkBbler. Au'l Cubism,

Cardiff the I'l'coud1'1'01'1.. the third 111al..illtlll' frame can bo done in a southern Uussia, by whom it Call on them at the corner of Oar-

I i Swansea, and then he paused fur a comparatively short time with a pair was presenter The box containing it I den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter -

1 name. At last, with a rush he came of lli1'IIl'rs.-I.lllil' Home Journal. Is of wood, with hinges, hoops and fastenings I and electrical work.or phone Gfs). First National Bank

" J out triumphantly' with "lleavenl": : of ".'rl'n, silver j
"'Top" cried the sister. "I fink 1'1l1ll't I nirli Vegetarian I'uddlnir. :

out here." I Mix together four cups finely ground 'I The fill. I: cTLAUNOU[
whole wheat Hour, eight cups stoned Easy | OF PENSACOLA.: FLA.

i The Knlthfnl itetaiuer.'i j raisins, four dips sultanas, a heapingcup I! DeWitt's Little Early Risers do i i .
'r- ? ...F '\"by do always refer to not weaken the .r -
you jour I gripe nor
j' sugar; a quarter of a iioiiiid mixed i-ystem. Jt:: DXn valet as your 'rl'1a lH'r1' They cure bi'loune! j juiudice,
petl.s, a quarter of a pound sweet almonds !I and H rrNOWL 8, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT. .V. K. H YKK. JJS
"Pccau! he always Keeps everything constipation: imctive 1 liverby
\ minced, a dozen bitter ones, a #
he Iinds-l'tlrtoulUuth. 1 arousing the secretionmoving the CHARTERThe D. G, BRENT,
j
rt puiiud slitllitl Brazil nuts, five cups !| 'j
bowels!
KHitly
1 I I yet ulectuilly: and |
The principal powers of Dmpe are : whole wheat bread crumbs, two cups i giving such tone and strength to the ,

rl I about to adjust the difference iu their I ;..Tah'lelrl'u[ two ounces soaked sago, !''glands of the etomach, liver niulj|I Elegantly Equipped i rGni Hi lt &Mrn! \ \\ f td !i!t

!'i1;j domestic laws on the subjects of niar- '! four cjrg"and a ti as-pnoitful mU
: riage, divorce and the ::guardianship? !i imiuors. : with milk: until it is the consisii i is removed entirely. These famous ,

:1 The only {\MTS that ha\e not ''! 'ncy oft)' thick porridge, ; and mix i little pills: exert a decided tonic ( fiI > with Parlor Car Fittings, I!
vve-lL irease t-uMiis feet upon the organs' involved, and JrWo draw oar own Bills ol Exchange: on Oreat Britain Jrelai
some pudding withbutter I
.t Joined ala, Turkey In the! ,movement Ireece are and Great SmhiJ I'.nt- 1, or olive oil. fill with mixture, ''if their use i i' continued for a few :1 for a trip on the bay or for'I' Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, pain, Belgium Rn bla, )Sstway
'
I day* there will be no return of the
1 France (:Germans, Russia Italy, Spain ': cover with whole1 wheat crust, toil! six I(I trouble. Hargis Pharmacy, John:: a cruise.4ccommodaticns. \, Hwtien, Denmark !and, other European_ coeD t1I 8.

''t and nearly all the smaller states have i I I hours and then ills i ready. !)I :Sheppard: Sidney Kahn. iI j jSOI1CK. ,, for 40' I I fC'Ve ela Diverged upon tb. Mist F&vcr&bh Terms aDd the!)

taken part in the conferences and coni I i i i iI I i I i Obligations Taken Payable at Port of enuraHon Ten or Fifteen Dal1
' :STATKOFOlIIO.riTVOFTOi.Kl passengers- j
1! oequcnt pUns. I I I LfCAS Col'NTV. >0, c'I s I II Ii | i i i after Vessel Arrives there.

ij During; a trial in Paris between the ,, I Rates very reasonable.
i FRANK J. CIIKNEY make oath :, have been authorized to take I
J, : i 1W Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
partners of a corset firm the defense j j Landing-Pirn street.
revealed that one of the branches i>f I;I that lie is t.ie senior partner of the kj i ii j i I i subscriptions Bryan's for"The Wm.Commoner.Jennings I with which we hara Priwa partment for the Ui
| paper.
their manufacture was mews corsets.I'i firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing I II The price is fl.OO per year in ad. CAPT. STEARNS, I ofRenterl.I .

ii The Judge having dl'mtndl'i'In I.'x.1!I business in the City of Toledo, vance. Those desiring the paper' Mast

plnnatiou. It was shown that more i!I county and state aforesaid, and thatnid I can have it sent to them by seeding I! -r. I DR. KING'S
d' ::i PROFESSIONAL CARDS
,
$LOO to the I
; undersigned.
>
than 1SI X) ('on'l'ts1'1'1' made yearly firm will pay the sum of ONE I i .
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
-( for Frenchmen, and 3.000: were shipped! 1 HUNDRED DOLLARS for each H.M. ROCHE. I TRY NEW DISCOVERY ; ----

f to England principally! for army oflitrn. j 1. and every case of Catarrh that cannot Care Daily News. I For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter I W. C. ROWE, M. D.

Gorman ollicers also created I|i be cured by the use of HALL'S CASTOnXA.' 4888, Laws of Florida. FOR THAT COLD. I Ii I Office; 17" S. Palafol l ,

I quite a demand until a rival Berlin ;, CATARRH CCRE.FRANK Bari the Kir.d Voa Havi Alwars a>gi I II I purcba-er NoticeUhertJiy of Tax given Certificate that 8. L.Xo.Davis 65.' I i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoars from 8 to 8w.I.. m. and 1 to I p. II
J.
inn offered a cheaper article. I CHENEY. ct dated the 4th day :if October.. I). mi. bas i
- Sworn to before me- and subscribedin I 8Jpture 1-14-JP.. I II Bled mid certificate In my office, and baa I Cures Consumption.Coughs, : and alterlo'clock
len' Witch Hazel save. tI I I. made upplimtiim lor tax deed to isiue in I I ,
this
6th
I
of December
my presence day accordance with law baid certtHcateem-j Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, i Phono OI3.
The only positive cure for blind A. D.1bS6. I braces the folio log dvtcribed property tit- I
bleeditu and itching and protrud: I BANKER gAL!t uatfd in caruhia; county, I'lurid*, t-.-wU: i iOnf PneumonialIay FcrerPleu- I
tag pile*, cats, burn bruises ) s.: \L. A. W. OLEA OX i iv i ? lot "toft by 1.11 i ft MK. cur block i', I>|-
ecz- ( risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
S. BEARD
thorns hpal1"- Rnfvrelnttwwrrle_ I' montNntIC'M.ip. 2$ K. :.IW 1 tin svd: I : JOHN ,
and al .
ana abrasion* of the kin. --- -- Notary Public. 1 land bf me asst-e: d ac th* d"ta of th iiuiHnrx -
DeWitt's U the otIv Witch II iz 1Hrtlrfl Hall' Catarrh Cur i,. taken internally of web etrtinmle .In. the nnm ifU Sore Throat, Croup and I ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
CARPENTRY AND M liaviL"i.l.rs ...1,1 rLtl "tie -n,1I1| !hfr..d..n..d
tint I h nude from th. i and
I pure art directly on the Whoopircc Cough.L h.
! nntda,frttf-d witch hazel-all oth' j blood and mucous surfaces of they ; I-.u.. th..rcoQ arrordini ou the l ro I.tb law Uy tai i.t I rtfrfd..bru.will rr i! Office-5)0) Thiesen Building.!! ;

ors nrHrlUnt. rf..it.. I) -\\'itt'* Wi' I, ..t.-m. S'r-l for testimonials, fi -e.; i ELECTRICAL WORKIlinz \. n n.otL"ltn. .. rJO CURE HO PAY. Office Hour?-fe-'iO a. IT. to 1 p. mi .
Hazel ": iilvxi i I.* in d" to l'ur'-f'oun F. J. CHEXEY i Co., Toledo, O i mv rflicUl fl-Rtur.- and geeilht.thel5thdayulJseoe Price 50:;. end SI. TPIflL BOTTLES FREE 1
.
'y. \ I) I' ;. i I
terMN am nude to t.\l. H-tivi- np Pearl & Dolive, )hone6'50 j i A. M. Vr\lu.A .. -- 2:10p.m.to6:30p.m. .
j\
P">trrnL F, John: Sherpvritilney if rave I feeAL 1 Cl,'rk 'rru: i' urt. I L 41.1 TfpUil yOUt "fi.tCL.oa jjb I! Practice In all sate and r..d..r.t court*
Kibn. I ifuJ8in's, file 'sf f'r 5c. YOU any carpenter or electri" By n, .II, hCKTOV 0. t'. weary In first-claea: i ztyle. J. J Aibn'!nf>' mtrastnl to ms will nee:'
II I I cal work you want well done. j 1 j I Jan.15 jaw jw I :,; ptens i I prunft and diligent attfotlon.

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r:3 .------ ORIGIN OF THE KISS. 1!')7 1",'i,1--".-..,;'-..'f,
-
'.. Curse \ji
: ;;" Ktvvhy The Greek Scary of the Way IB ;':tJ",
Which It Cawe lute B U*. ,, .-. 1'i

{ iU Bec .'-ISe : 1L.oiig is usually cccepted as an OP '..> Ft, -i, 301

and Us and history l' "- <
I ,1'1 greeuble fact theory -
'.:..:11.1"" :} are Ignored. l>ui if kissing did not !' '.i

;::111 : :' f fis Its component parts are all wholesome. : p. Ifj begin with Adam and Eve it began t

+ : Syrupci It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. : I with the Lt'aa.r"lVJnj: : Greek :;Lcp- DRINK ;< :t _

!! : leriiess nho found an opal on one of .. .': t. ..&<.'11 t
: It is wholly free from objectionable substances. it.! t.e hills of Gretie: and. wishing to & Jt.'.

ri.il.'tl thebs family I laxative I 'Ii: ''I r:;. rive it to a youthful shepherd who CURED BY ; ii .,.

r : It contains the l X tiprit1ei l of plants. I i I j h1nilg'l'I'* tu.t11 hU flock. lot WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. .; {
''Iii I,, of II$ hiu take it from her lips with his own. 'J.olallt.
It contains the carminative principles plants. .
.Ifl Ii!p I I, !I! I .. says Science Sittings. Thus the kiss /. No odOW'. Can It giten ill flatiofraltrtfa .. l i!
'
;: 'j t It is pure. It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are I'. ::1 was Invented and perhaps the popular < or covithvut patient' knovkjyt Y.: 4 1

:: !1 I' agreeable and refreshing to the taste. !I I upi'rstltiou against the opal may Le White Rlbhon Remedy,.ll]cure ordnlror e-". I-
''i : incident forr.culatlon the discus appetite for alcoholic stimulants q.
It is :iI trucod back to the same t
I '
hi gentle. whether the patient a eonttrmcd !C !
i "''I : has wrought great tragedies inebriate a "tippler." social drinker or '
.: 'I I All are pure. I' ::' I the world's drunkard. ImpoMble lor anyone lo bare an 1L > ,
In history.
: I It is pleasant. appetite for alcob-llc liquors after mint f.1! :: ,. i
;,: : Ii"" All are delicately bl en d e d'_ : Kbsiug was once an act of religion. White Ribbon Remedy. ;}. 1 :

i: : !' II It is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. : erformed The nearest the friend right of of a dying receiving person his Indorsed?Ir..r..u by Membrra.np.rlnten..ntof of VT. C. T.Wo V''j';:$.,:.it- .j i


1 !."i. It is not expensive. Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to ;. soul by through a kiss: his supposing lips at the that momentof It escaped tura.men'California.Christian Temperance writes: "I Union have tested Ven i. .. J'0 i '. ,_

; the and simplicity of the combination. : expiration. It is said that kissingwas : \ bite Kibtoa Remedy on very obstlnatt .1 \.t.J I
originality ; .
; I It is good for children. i ( drunkards,and theturei han been many !
:' : lirbt introduced Into England by In many cases lbs Remedy was given se- a f.fcrHly.
1 'I! I I cheerfully recommend and Inorse : I
r : I : The BritIsh monarch Vorti- -\ :
: It is excellent for ladies.It To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. I I La I royalty. White Ribbon Remedy. Members of "' [.
gem: gave a banquet in honor of his our Union are deligtett to find an economical '!
: '
!. i In : treatment to aid us in our temper. ,. it
: which 1o'ena.tllt .
l i'; Scandinavian allies at
is; convenient for business tr! ance work." !i
; men. Manufactured by I ..: beautiful daughter of Hengist was -
; : Druggists or by mali II. Trial package : i
.
During the proceedings afteriressing :
It is safe under all circumstances.:: I\t\f i: Present free IJ
perfectly l! a trimming beaker to her by writing Mrs. A. Townsend (fW ;
the astonished and deiguted years secretary cf a Woman' Christ !; .
lir's.i she saluted .
: t It 5s ued l>y millions of families the world over. 6'iIIOgrIA(
:1 manner of her people." St, Boston, Mass. Hold In Pensacola by ,' : ,
.highest bxat1.clth physicians. ;! : : j'
:
Itt as a : .
'J Tie most honorable! ) royal kiss on record Hannah Bros.,21 5.Palatal t>t "i

::: is that which Queen Margaret of .. : .. ,. : ,
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I I I.: yo't uw i: you have the best laxative the world1CU&1C3. .,. 11\ 'ranee in the presence of the whole io.
San t ncleco. Cal. t\jJ j i ii'!-.
:. Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y. '.1" ;, ;.: court oie day Imprinted on the lips of W. PEAKE, ,: ,
:1 he ugliest: ; man ia the kingdom Alain \ 30 Boath Palafox street keeps z'
"'Or. SALE DYALL LEADING DR 'GGISTS. '1Ih:. ;;i!:I(: : Chartier. whom she found asleep. To "

I I __ 1'4' ? [i'C hose around her she said "1 do not call bells, wires and all kinds of d '

--- :=- -. -_.--- -- -=-- .. .. -_. _' ::1.! : kiss the man but the mouth that has electrical supplies. Have him do h .
':- ; -- : ?J) uttered so many charming things." work. Call phone 2i)3. In t

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STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ .
Cooks and housekeepers have a nobler ,

-- -- mission than they as a class seem THOS. CONDON, Captain : : it
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be of. It Is that of feedingthe 111
Till: BKST IJ.\X \TI'EI the JiceT' to aware will make regular trips between \ I- .
all'aTorig
ness APPRENTICE QUARRELS. and him in
human being keeping .
:
,'not too good for you if your WASHINGTON LETTER "Who wrote it for you. 'Scotty?' health and good working condition. A 'ensacola Freeport. Leave Point Washington Bayleu street and '. :' .,

bweI l, are lu.!' 'sh. THE BEST LAXATIVE asked fauna gravely, and Scott pouted Toting French Workmen Travel Al- poorly ted man is likely to be rniberale. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive -
is i a medicine that moves! the Correspondence.] his committee "vtHT Ready Fur a Fight. I
Special all the to room. rise
way able to
> Few it any of us are at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day.
bi'Wel--ea-ily and naturally, with- Secretary Hoot has waived the strict I Rivalry In Dundannn. Jealousies between the workmen's above conditions."A Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a.m.

out Irritation, griping: or sickening rule against the admission of dogs in Senator Morgan astonished his colleagues corporations in France result in "Ho sick man sir" said Dr. Johnson. and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same
A mediciue that strengthens .
the'fleet.! muscles of the bowels! and tones the war department building In favor the other day by producing meric" combats bloody battles. It is 'is always a scoundrel" The languages day. Fare, round trip, $5; one way, .

them up to a point where they will of General Corbln's beautiful collie and manipulating with a great flourish the one bad side of an institution thatis perhaps somewhat strong and lack- ?3. 12nlm "

perform the work as nature intended, Clem. The dog has a noted pedigree. the reddest silk handkerchief that has otherwise so truly fraternal. lag in charity, but it contains a good

without! auy assistance.! lIe is from the kennels of Mr. Pierpont been seen in the capitol for years. They start out in companies rarely grain of truth. The dyspeptic who sees '

Such a medicine is HEPATICU- Morpan and was presented to General Senator Pettus was greatly interested alone to make their "tour of France." the world given over to evil and dallj =GOLAY= .

RA. It embraces: all the above good Orbin by Mr. Clement A. Griscom. lie reached Into his coattail pocket Before coming back to continue their growing worse, is very likely to think ",

qiulltie* besides not having a bad the steamship magnate after whombe and took out the bandanna he alwaysuses. work in their own villages the young i himself unable to swim against the current Grist and Corn Jfteal Mills,

ta-te neither bitter nor sickening is named. He is very much attached He looked at It critically andthen apprentices go together from town to and to drift to disaster. ",Yt'
swett.-rfoU by all druggists. to the adjutant general and is miserable handkerchief town to study on the ground the masterpieces : & CO. :
good
I looked at Senator Morgan's are saved: by hope. but without a H. F- CONZflLEZ Prop i, I
when out of his company. lIe and shook his head sadly. of their trade and to see the digestion faith, hope and charity are .'

pot in the habit of accompanying him His bandanna was not in the same best that the genius of their ancestorshas almost impossible. Manufacturers J :

SPECIAL NOTICE. to the olttee every lay and for a longtime class. produced. It Is the knight erran- OHOICK MEAL AND IHJKE GUOUH ..

was successful in passing;: the A Gentle "Blow." try of the workman. Stories of Children. STOCK FEED. 0

H. Alfinin, Umbrella Maker, 315 watchmen at the doors of the depart "I'.urrows," said Senator A'.ger of I. lie eains; his In ing; en route, perfects 1 Teacher-What Is velocity Johnny?, Patronise Home Industry for tbere II

.; ,ut': 1'alafox, wishes to inform the ment. Finally Captain !lalrd superin- Michigan: to his colleague, "I'll blow LIuiH-lf in his profession, learns from Johnny-Velocity is what a feller lets I very:ockFeedfromthe reason you should Home buy Manufacturer your Meal and,

uiiii that he has no one employedt tendent of the building, saw the dog in you of! to luiit-heon. Come on." one master and another sees compares go of a bumblebee ith. flr by so doing you encourage home Indns-
otJice and informed down to studies admires. He gathers bis I'm to ry. Your money Is left In the community -
t trade and will only be re- General Corbin's They linked arms and went The l'arsony boy sorry benefited. .
tad you in turn are Indirectly
-. ,'. for goods intruted; to him hIm that the animal's presence was an the senate restaurant It was an elaborate humble harvest of bOUMMiirs and impressions see you flying your kite on the Sab- In fostering tbe home manufacturer yon

-:..' 't.: 3jlm infraction of the rules. General Cor- function. This was the menu: enjoys the full vigor of his Itath. Small Hoy-Dat's all right: mis lontrlbuto to the caused labor. You owl t.
i Ito theoommnnlly In which yon live and
bin was sorry, for the dogs sake, but Senator Iurrows-One spoonful of early years and passes his youth along ter. Dis kite's made uv a 'ligious pa which contributes to TOUT support.

said the rules must be respected.Thereafter hominy. One glassful of milk.Senator I the sunny highways. per. Soe? _____ __ __h .
Fj C4I -4ESTEQ'S ENaicEtVAL H the dog accompanied his Alger-One cup of tea. One' Unfortunately there Is disagreement Small Ned, hearing a number of .

PilLS master only as far as the entrance to dish of tapioca pudding. among the "societies." In everythingthere frogs in a pond making a hideous -1ri- -

;_'-;.'. (>r'-lii..l"unit- ..Onljp I *Jli the war department and then trotted East Room to lie Opened. is found a pretext for quarrels. noise, exclaimed. "My goodness, but

'S { ', UK.HI sTKK'<. JNlLII: home by himself. Incidentally Secretary The expectation is that the east room The society of the 1'ere Soubise is the froggies must sleep awful sound:

1'i- LiilJ urltUie twin. Kifux T.VUlrnuothrr. Hoot heard of the matter a few of the White House will soon be opened jealous of that of Maiire Jacques and "Why do you think soT' asked his HARPERPhysicians "
N1 ( ... .
", *S>'I ,1.: *.**.- -u'MlloulI..n.. . ,.. t
i l,-r ', 1. '..r'iFl."i." .*Trul'wonlaU m itlttr,b J r*. liked him he notified Captain Uaird that Corteiyou is to have the room opened the quarrel whenever possible. replied ('d.-St. Ix>uis PostDispatch.In \ .
... .' .. .. .. .. road.
) the
: "1 1 "* t &ll !& Sulit' b. Two companies meet on
'-- I I., .' 'hro.If.HV the dog Bhoul be admitted to tie when the painting of the east terrace .
.- .., "C' 'IiIL'.. ft building hereafter when he was with and other work is finished. Many inquiries The two leaders the "master companIons Korea serviceable umbrella costs :!t
," stop at twenty paces from each about 12 cents. The covering is of oiled
well
the adjutant general. Clem is a have been made as to when the -
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behaved dog, and when not following room will be opened. Visitors to the other."llaltr. papf'r. .i '

his master in his walks lies quietly at room will enter by the cast terrace says one. '_ iI
LijDG DIIiCrORY "Halt!" the other. -'- CHOICESTOF i it
his feet or on a chair at his side. near the treasury and will return the says *";. iI
"What trade? I
." Heap Talk. same way. li: R.: 1
"Carpenter. And you? r..; .
has been dlsminatir. -
Rene unfeeling person Champ Clark For Leader. "
KNIGHTS-PYTHIAS. !; a report about the capitol The Democrats of the Missouri delegation "Stonecutter." Companion?
"Companion! FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERi f[ [ .
1'.n..ac..la Irxlgr, .N<>.S, K, of P., that Ilt-pn.sentatlvo John Wesley in congress have determined to "Your society country?" f \

IP...n every Monday evenIng Gaines of Tennessee inaile oCO(: speechesat place Champ Clark in the field as a And according to the reply they drink 2
at j:10: M Cattle all, the List session of congress and that candidate for the minority leadershipin fight. Themelee -AT- .
1:1 from the same gourd or
J the K'.ount" Watson
I 1'C is trying to inrrease the record of the next house. .
I flt'1ngtLi1re floor. becomes general They fight, C. APOSTLE'S .
r
;' Siting'iooru.d! hr"thr a cordially this session so that it will make a total CARL SCIIOFIELD. fist and stick until the road is littered : :

..i} J.A.L\I.E. tf "ito( for the conjrre'-s. A-Light--Sentence--- with those who are wounded sometimes 1 14 East Government St. '
'. H. HOR i is \ untrue. Mr. Haines ,
J.EK All\ that cruelly
K. K.& K.'C'. A gentleman now living in New even to the dcatb.I1arper'sIagazine. Physicians prescribe it ; )
made speechesl : .
of Tennessee fifty-eight: Formerly Cordova Restaurant 8tan
York tells the following! tory of a negro _ _ \
actual count as shown by the efficient *. for their most delicate t
had been .
In Tennessee whose son One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 '
1I,1I1In I. lgBn.. |;| index of the Congressional Ilecjinl t
convicted (Jf killing a fellow workman.A to $2.00 per dozen.
'fr :,vv. -,' Limited Choice. patients. .
:r'i.Uvvnlns; at 7to. nt for the last session:" ; but, as far as
>,' ". Hull? ,'urn r 1'nlafnx and Garden few days after the trial the father I little ..
.' >.k. Mttiu KnU rnrJinlly Invited. the researches went it was equaled by bad been Father-Johnny. see your OLD and PURE. .
was asked what disposition Did ;
smaller apple.
brother has the :
*
J. ALliKRTjoHNSOV : other member who was 'Un-
:'" :i ''Il, C. C. oIlIone' > made of the case. I him his choice, as I sug For Bale by .t;
,. ..rl"t s. I cle Joe" Cannon the prospective wielder "Oh," he answered "dey dune send you give Tk: C i Wak\ & Cs
gested.
of the gavel. Mr. Cannon that made session.sev Johnson to Jail for a mont." I Johnny-Yes, father; I told him he DannbeisserBros. 1

1.0. O. F. enty-five speeches during "That's a light sentence for killing: a could have his choice-the little one or ; .'
who takes delightin '
General' Grosvenor "
man. don't you think? -and be took the little one.- 'n. 'j' -
remarks about the Tennessecan's frequent answered the darky "but at I none INSURANCE
1''n..I.I"H' "Yes
::" No. 4 Chums r "
">*"', f'1 hll' lla" evening at 7:3n: at prolixity has no reason apparently de end of de mont dey done goin1 to I WNNNW *i-
,.1',,' : 1\11 :-', We.t Intendencla Itreet.l'I when cold figures: are consulted to hang 'im.-Xe'\ York Times. 1 The Color of It. AND ;.:

t:='::ag-.l hrt'tbr"Il 4 ., :-
J.ti. WEl..Secretary. speeches himself in that ses Dlrcrae Appetite ever see the color of his money?" ,
sion. He might turn his attention. it thIstles good deal No. South Palafox Street. ;
1 wonder why donkeys eat "Well yes.; There was a :

AMERICAN GUILD. has been suggested, to Sir. Richardson said the man who is always finding of dun to it before I got it"-New I' mr '!

of Tennessee, who delivered fifty something peculiar In life. York Herald. *
Partial List of Desirable Dwellings
/j
speeches. who likes
IViikacitU Chapter No. 007. "Oh answered the person ,
E BstvsrR I'. LnIDINSTR: T May Take to Ills Bed. plain: food. "there is no accounting for And Yet lie Has Plenty of Sand. for Rent in Various Partsof .
btaetary. Uovernor. There is a New: England senator who taste. It a donkey were to give the The average boy Is like an hourglass. the City:

glances anxiously about him every time matter a thought I suppose he would He won't work for more than sixty ISS.OO-2'<-Btory house containing 12 rooms, IRITARilT

K. OF L. he hears the rustle of a skirt. lie baa wonder why human beings eat olives." minutes unless somebody turns him upside ail upper modern and lower conveniences loon, corner bath lot.on I'I"1

a fair constituent who wants a pension. --Washington Star. down.-Somerville JournalA nice yard and rubbery stable outhouse :
contained a ,, No. 714 East: LaKoa
Her last communication etc., !
01
lAICal .UsMnly No. 1305.Mwts itreet.135.008story. ;;(
threat of visiting Washington and the An Enviable Petition.Biggs boarding house containing .. 1
rs: Monday.In W.f.ll.TiiARp.each month. following: -I met a man yesterday who Weak Stomach :2> room, known as the Ponce de ;- '...'1'1

A1 H' MCCOXMLL.: M. W. "This beautiful government, for which makes his living by buying millinery. causes a weak body and invites dis cia Leon Itreet.bouse No. 110 East Intenden DAILY MENUS i \ ,

Secretary.' my husband gave his health and for Hoggs-Well what of it? ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures P>.OO-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling i'l, \
"
--- _- -' :.which we lost our home, requires a Biggs-Ob. nothing; only I've been and strengthens the stomach, and 7 city rooms on a most corner desirable on the section street 01 tbe car :: Comprise all the Up-to- : i 'J 1'

good wife and mother months and buying millinery ever since I was married wards off and overcomes disease. J. line.No.1123 North Barcelona street ',
$30.00-Large 2-story dwelling. 10 rooms Date Dishes the Mar- f ,
I The Beer years to keep swearing and swearingto and I never made any money R. Taylor, a prominent merchant of fronting Seville t'quare, >o.3fJ EastIovernment ;- kets of the World

even her marriage and other thingstoo by it-New York Herald. Chriesman Tex.,says: "I could not ( street. q ... I IAffo.d. ,
modern ,
130.00: -Comfortable new 2-story .
numerous to mention. I wish the eat because of a weak stomach. I dwelling rooms very desirable sec :: ..
That Made whole pension department was obligedto Not Dissuaded by Compliment lost all strength and run down in tion 01 the city situated on North ;- f: ; i..
= could do Baylen between Strong and liettoto 4
go, as I do, without their overcoats Husband-Your hair is your crowning weight. All that money streets. :w ',.1"
I wish I held was done but all hope of recovery; $25.00 .2-story dwelling In good order with '
or decent underclothes. glory my dear. vanished. Hearing of some wonderful 8 rooms, three doors from tbe belt : Ladies' Private L .
&m !lmn! AMOVVICTORIA U the reins to keep their rightful pay Wife That's all right but I've got cures effected by use of Kodol, I line,has gas and water throughout, -;'1

from them uutil" they were purple as to have a new bonnet Just the Same.- concluded to try it. The first bottle $20.00-1-story No. 210North dwelling Barcelona rooms street.city water : Dining Parlor.; '.1'

any old damson. Exchange. benefitted me, and after taking four bath gas with large corner lot No
-is- The senator is working overtime to bottles I am fully restored to my; *J:!Welt Wright Street.815.7G.istory ::; '" : ...
dwelling.8 rooms newly papered ::1
get that pension, but he says" that if the I Blue Island, III., Jan. 11, 1901. usual strength,weightb and health." and painted throughout on ;.I,
woman comes to Washington to see Hargis Pharmacy, John Bheppard, belt line.No.3W: East! Gregory street .
his \ Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used Kahn. 1l5.00-I-story dwelling city water and bath. Regular Dinner Daily. '. ; ..
take to Sidney
about It be will certainly 7 rooms ball Mock of ground wIth : .
JIADE BYe IE BREWING CO. bed for the rest of the sessioii.Ilnana I your Cream Balm in my family for --- beautiful shad trees :'o. 7W' Eau ...

Inr: lo-CEXT BOTTLE BEEn and "Scotty." nine years and it has become my' CASTOR.A. 112.50-1-story Cervantes dwelling street.,Vo 415 East Gregory

IN Senator Hanna calls Senator Scott of I family doctor for colds! in the bead.I Bout" llaie Always Buugif itreet,6 rooms newly papered and ,' Short Orders Promptly '
TOWN.D&NNHEISSER.
West Virginia "Scotty." They went to use it freely on my children. It is &?aYou ctii $ -painted.. llEait Belmont street 5-room Filled Night or Day : '

BROS. the capitol in a street car together the I a Godsend to children. cottage In perfect, city order.water, newly painted, t

other morning. 110.50-No.1014 North Alcanlx strnet. a new < '
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Yours respectfully, It It's Something Good to Eat .
with 5
rooms.
house In order
"I'm to make a great speech on food yoawtih,you'll Una it at
going I J. KlMBALL. want a good piano tuner to 110.00-No. 801 East belmont street city

1. 1, Harper f Mey.Hoa3e401 the pension question pretty soon, ventured Messrs. Ely Bros:-I suffered stay in Pensacola, still you holdback painted water, a and neat renovated 6 room cottage throughout newly Nick *; e I,

Scott I with catarrh and tried different your order. Bend it in. I have, I 9.00-No.810 East LaHna street a neatly Apostle'sPopular ,
Senator lIanna looked out of the car greatly papered 4-rooin cottage In good con + ',
remedies without effect. After had 20 years' experience and hav, dltlon large lot.city water.A Restaurant
lain: :.window. large list smaller dwellings, as well:
Palafox street. full of facts bottle of your Cream worked in several piano factories,, KENT
It "It will be a hummer usint? one as a nomberof stores and offices Foil
R. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. and figures and will do a lot of good." Balm I found relief and I cannot Orders left at Johnson's book store THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,

0. Box 2Sl. Pensacola, Fla. Senator Hanna still looked out of the praise too MISS highly COBA such WlLLABD a remedy. I will be attended to.CHAS.. telling Real Estate, Rental and Insurance MAAM

Phones 116-268. ..window."It Albany, N. Y. 1 W. PBESSLEY. Agents, l South falaloi Street.

,will clean. up fhU. pension busi ,"4m_-. 'Y" -






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: THE DAILY NEWSi PENSACOLA. FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6.19O3


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Science of the Scriptures relative to in
_P.ttAC.CJV.4L this subject. STEAMER LINE Strongest the World.

Christian Scientists have no quar

: Vi& lei with Protestant, Catholics or J6ur H I -
1 any other sect. They need to be understood -
as following; the divine TO GUATEMALALOUISVILLE The Equitable
.asiNd ae the POle Office tPensMolt, Principle-God, Love-and not Im- ;*
,...MOond-olMf..molter.JIJiC&Ptlt'e agined to be unscientific worshipersof IS ( f f,

a human being. .
Building, 211H South In the aforesaid article of whichI It'' 'r life Assurance
: SocietyOf
JFiUloz itreet, np-italn. have seen only extracts, Mark SPECIAL SAYS REGULAR i( tl 1

TWl ln'\J wit was Snot wasted in cer HUNGRY the United States
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. lain directions. Christian Science RUNS WILL BE MADE \.

eschews divine rights in human be- HENRY D. HYDE, Founder,

Terms: Invariably in Advance- ings. If the individual governed FROM PENSACOLA. '

I( "Year byM u_ ....... $500 human consciousness my statementof
'"
qip Month _-.,_ ----7- ii'---i 2 WOM Christian Science would be disproved FEED IT Preliminary Statement Jan. I
Week,by Carrier,PayabieMonday 10 but to understand the spirit- 1003.
ual idea essential to demonstrate Louisville, Ky., Feb. 3.-The Guatemala Outstanding Assurance,$1,290,000,000! )

Mnrtiting Rates Furnished on Application Science and its pure mono-theism- Northern Steamship Line
one God, one Christ, no idolatry, no Income ...... .... .... ... 68,000,080
human propaganda. Jesus taught with $800,000 capital is the outcomeof
TELEPHONE NO. 118.mSAOOLA New Assurance....... 275,000,050Assets
and proved that what feeds a few the meetings held during the past

feeds the all.material His life-work to the spiritual subordinated and- two days between Messrs. James If your hair is turning gray or falling out, it is ............ ....... 300,000,1X0

<\,. .BE he left. this His legacy metaphysics of trnth is to not mankind the- McNaught and Alexander Hollan- starving. There isn't life enough in the roots. The Assurance Fund and

sport of philosophy, religion or der, of Hollander & Co., New York, remedy is simple : Feed your hair. Feed it withAyer's all other liabilities... 2S5000Oi:
I science rather it is the and
finale of; them all. pith and Messrs. C. C. and C. R. Mengel, Surplus .... ...... ... ... 75,000,1X0>

fEB 5 19031 "I have not the inspiration or aspiration 1 box manufacturers, of the city. The Hair Vigor. The largest increase ever made In any jlr

__ ___. to be a first or second
__
n plans at present contemplate the establishment in the history of the Society.
Virgin- Iother-her duplicate, ante- :.
"I didn't go to do it," says the Me- cedent, or subsequent. What I am of a line of steamers JAMESV.. ALEXANDER President

. tropolis. "I was just in fun, why in remains to b* proved by the good I It will not do impossible things, but it often does
Puerto Barrios Guatemala
between JAMES H. HYDE
: Vice-President.
the world can't some folks ever learnt do. We need much humanity wisdom ,
and love to perform the functions and either Pensacola or New Or wonderful things.It .
to take a joke? of foreshadowing and foretasting -
heaven within us. This glory H .leans. There will be only two steamers always restores color, stops falling, cures dandruff -

t BOOKER WASHINGTON has proved molten iu the furnace of affliction." I' on the line for the first six +: and prevents splitting at the ends. i c;K .., OOWLES BROS.,

declining the invitation to speak IAJBAKER G. EDDY,
by I
f1,; mcnths, providing ont steamer each hair three before I used Hair Now
Gainesville that he has discretion Concord, N. Y. "My was parts gray Ayer's Vigor. General Agents; ,
:: at isn't hair be I have friends who have had the
I way every week.: After that another there a gray to seen. many
ia and good sense. ,A Thousand Dollars Ttrcwn Awcy. same experience with it."-Henry Coleman. New York City, N. Y. 309. B. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA.
freight and passenger: steamer witha
.
1 THE legislature will have an unusually Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, ,
capacity of 4,500 tons will be added _._ .
-- --- ----------- --
.J- large amount of work to get Xeb., writes: "My wife had lung WHY HOT THE BESTJ'

I done in the limited time of one ses- trouble for over fifteen Tears. We !I to the line.According. I WHAT IS A "COLD

, lion if it i is attempted to enact all tried a number of doctors aud !spent to the statement of one THE EAST END

I the laws that have been proposed by over a thousand dollars without any of tho men interested in the rropos- The ..or.of! Tit IE!* Kiyonudrtl.Professor Cotrr-t a Multitude. Tj>>E 1BEJC11AHTS{!

relief. She low and I lost DEMOCRATS
was
the state press. very
I ed line, it is the intention of the LoLnliorjr, in the Vienna
i all hope when a friend suggested
t FROM the Tampa Tribune we reproduce trying/ Foley's Honey and Tar, company to extend its services to Ciinunl Keiow en an essay on cold TRANSFER! GO.

I! the following: "In a big which I did ; and thanks to this South American points in a short in the Lead says that the( "ordinary
great remedy- it land her life. Hhe Considerable curiosity has been cod is no individual complaint, but
Ii city like Richmond, Va., the two Having been- awarded the
time. The Louisville and Nashville contra
Is stronger and enjoys better health caused by a failure of the East End only a (llfcti\e: name for a large number -
r afternoon for the U. S. Mail
j morning and two news carrying bttwc-a
than she .
has known in "
ever ten Railroad al*o, it is stated, is interested of different! complaints.
papers have found it necessary tot years. We shall never be without Democratic club to transact basinet the L. & N. Depot and Post 0111 e.
He continues "The to discover
attempt -
and also the exclusive
combine into Foley's Honey and Tar and would in the company. baggage privi.
and
one
consolidate
Tuesday: night, and a groat universal
a remedy against a lege on all trains the
aak those -- -- --- entering city
afflicted
; to try it. W. A.
morning and one afternoon issue. :I D'Alemberte. }'I.cllp':d an Awful Fate many ill-timed reports have been coM is just us absurd r.s to search fora we are prepared to transfer burg: i-tI

Tampa has at least one superfluous generally: efficacious remedy for and pa>1"JJ.t"ls to and from all hotels .
. Mr. H. Hagins of Melbourn, Fla., circulated. President Clark said
residences and trains
sheet. Same here. hciiihicLc. Tile particular complaintof day or
writes: "My doctor told me I had
TRIED KNIFE ONGREEK'S this night.
morning: which the cold is the fyniiitoni

THE work on the Jackson LumberCompany's Consumption and nothing could be "The club met at 7:15 o'clock can only be ascertained by "careful examination Prcillpt & Reliable elVicc Guarantee. !
done for me. I was to die. .
i big mill at Florala is given up of the nasal! cavities and
!? being pushed and it is hoped to have THROATJohn The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. sharp, and a motion was made to neighboring: parts. Hence sufferers We also conduct a Freight Delivery

; King's New Discovery for Consumption adjourn and that all members attend should be circumspect In the use of Business-haul piano. safes,
it running in a month or six weeks
and furniture
11: machinery at Reasonable
induced me to try it. liaeuits! rl'llif' ll s.
i time. This is to be the largest sawmillin the "Deestriek Skule" at the opera Prices.
Li 1 Harris colored were startling. I am LOW on the The which
a boy, was professor says only that Is
, the South with a daily cut of 400"i'l road to recovery and owe all to Dr.King's house. This; motion was carried Telephone your orders to F. R.Pou's .
bound true, but of which the mass of man- Livery- Htables. Phone 31
over to the authoritiesthis or
county Discovery.
New It
i 000 feet. From this it can be seen surely 'unanimously, but there will certainly kind Is ignnnint. Colds are of innumerable Mrs. H. H. Hallmark', Residence
that the lumber export business of morning for assaulting a Greek saved my life. This great cure is Phone .
l varieties, but the most common 354.MERCHANTS
i'l for all be
guaranteed throat and lurtr something doing at cur next
: Fensacola is not going to show signs named Constantine with a pocket disease by W. A. D'Al-mbert, 121 one is that which Is persistentlymi.
trait TRANSFER CO.
until
of dropping off for some considerable knife. South Palafox street Price 50s and meeting. we start. .'un
t''I' time yet. $1.00. Trial bottle free. It is learned that there was a urge but the right cause, which Is amer MRS.H. H.HALLMARK, Prop.
Constantine has small I
businesson '
a -- '- ei'e..tll .
crowd in the hall awaiting develop ; HARRY HALLMARK, Transfer Agt.,
THE timber dealers report a fair Alcaniz street. Monday night its syniiitums are those-of a highly 1 L.4 N", K. R.Co..1'and P.4 A. IMv.
Miifjj ALL MUST BE
Two
demand and good sales fcr last : Harris went to his store and made a ments. candidates were pros- iufecti'Kis fever anti the public in- '

cA month with prices ranging at about ent. f.ted uf blauiiiij the microbe of lufccti'jn !
_. _._
small purchase, at the same time I
and !'!ri"lngto kill It will persistin Tim
17> cents, though in some instances
2
tt stealing some fruit. This made the JACCINATED I A Cure For Lumbago. liT.cmucin drafts wet feet, low I
been
\
higher se
slightly prices.have -
.b Greek mad ar.d in 'W. C. William of Amhert, Ylfs :\., tUnpenai'T.\ '. i tc. I ? PH
cured. A huge portion of the lum- trying to recover
I = "For Th.-y ex( h:de air, thc'nl'r.:] of the Jtflfl\ !riY%?
than I -uf-
j : more a year i I by.Whole
ber and timber shipped from this: the stolen property he was slashedon Admiral Wne issued orders few mien(', from their rooms they supplya i .
f"red from lumbairo. I tried
finally
J : port comes from Kt. Andrews Bay the throat by Harris A cut from days ago that all employe at the i Chamberlain's: Pain Balm and it temp?:: tiire in which it can multiply, I
! where the German-American Company and having liot-oine thoroughly;: inoculated *;!!*' ;in the man's temple ta: his chin was navy yard would have to bu vaccinated i| gave me entire relief, which all
: has a large sawmill plant. Itfll l"y breathing; the germ: laden at- Gnxcr..
is expected that when the additional made and Harris: was captured only and show proper certificate for other rfinedus! had failed to do." iiini.lHr. t'iy tint that a cold current
fll I Sold by all druggists and medicine III'\VtJlIunI:, ion
t.J improvements the company LOW yesterday by Deputy Marshal San same by today or else none would be : dealers. cf air; <:to'S tarn to -hin-r. The thiv-
I cring of the : mind decides the
: have underway are completed their ders. allowed to come on the naval reser: i question of causation.ordinary Family, Fancy and Staple

shipments will be nearly doubled. ---- ---- -- 252 tS25H525tSHS2SZ5H5
; val ion. I I >
A Severe It Is r.iliwsnt! of every fever thatIt Groceries
-- Cold for Three Months. &
AND now report says that the carnival The following letter from A. J. Scores of workmen from Pen"acola lio;.'insi'h Ehlrll'bg, and a cold
| AMUSEMENTS. ) Is !!'> cxcqiticn.Cold and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy
organization: in New Orleans is Nusbaum, of Uatesville, Ind., tells! were holding situations there at the I t wit feet drafts, etc., are atmist Goods

having trouble of its own with the its own story: "I sulf",red for three time and the orders appertained I 1 I SS25Z525252552Gw oily acccfcxH'k's.! By putting agreater '
2525 \Ve" are Hole Distributors for \\ '*t
, local musicians who refuse to fur mouths with
a severe cold. A druggist strain the animal:
particularly to them, as well as on economy Florida: for the Cel bratfd Cafe du
nish music for the great occasion prepared me some medicine, i "HEllO Bill""Hcllo they prri"iM its resistance to m'cro- Monde ColTee, Sweet Home Mohi
, without better pay than heretofore. and a physician prescribed for me, those not residing i on the reserva- I LiU Infection. sea, lllf ni and Climax Hour, II lyle *
Doubtless this contention between yet I did not improve. I then tried tion. Bill" was presented last Delicatessen' German-American:

i the music committee and the music Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight For night and it proved to be H pleasingan ;, ITZI''f.o, CUR, >o P\Y. I Food CXV Canned Meat, Etc. All
the
past few evenings these :
do-es cured me. RefusesuOstitate*. attraction as ha been witnessed of which are told by all Qrst-cLH
II; makers arises from the notion so W. A. D'Alemberte. workmen have been clamoring at Your druggist will refund yoor money If Retail Grocers iu the city.
here this season. A rood crowd saw PAZO OINTMRN1'ftilatocure I
{ common among those who have to Jlug\\'orm'l
the doors cf the vaccin:1tor"1 and and ejiyed the pf'rform'illce. TetlerOld Ulcers and !Sores oo2-oi (:()(;1J1 P.\IAHX.
emply musicians that any pay at all THE WHITELY EXERCISER.Miss -. ---- --. --- HlackbeHds on the face, and diseases. -
I la good pay; that they ought really every evening since the orders have 6l cents.MOHEY'TO'LOAN.

!ti! to play for the fun of it. They fail to Nina Williams an expert been issued a race has been made The JUjni "\\'\ ." ,
PENSACOLA
I demonstrator There has been l a tendency of late
of tha Exerciser "
\ recognize the fact that a musician'seJdU Whitely from the 4:45: dummy. years on the part of royal personajesto

with his instrument is attainedat will give public exhibitions of This morning when the dummyleft iliMimtinuo the use of we and sue' At the Loan Office ofV.. R. Meri-
best
the
method of
much cost of time, labor and using this mostpopular Ftituto I. Before the reign: of Kit-hard wether,111 :South Tarragona street. PressingClub

money thus becoming
capital from which few derive Exerciser, in the show windows of their certificates with the warning, being the first: sovereign I ic iaroi to may need at the ln\ est rate of in- FOR CENTlEMEN.
F. B. Bruce's the "we" Xos What tHe't. You can bf a-sured of fair
store Xo.
15 South use royal ( gave
.l more than the smallest sort of however, "do not touch my sore tre'ttmt-nt and strictly confidential
Palafox rise: to the chance is a moot point
tho 9th
on 10th and llth "
bti'-iness relation
musicians arm.
income. Many fairly good j7tf
'
: of February. The public is cordially Kichurd I. was tie first !king to seal
earn next to nothing except on with seal of which bore two One Dollar Per MonthIn
: invited to witness these most in- A Gllara.II'f'11lire lor l'in: a aims
!
I each special occasions and very naturally lions, and it Las been' susnosted; that Hot Trench WaClos with I
structiae exhibitions. 6flw Itcblng, lllrnd, rilei-Jing or Protruding
, they cannot afford their service -_._-- Piles. Your druggist will refund your the lions were typical of the royal "we" Florida Cano Syi-wp ali i Advance to Membership

fer :be same remuneration as TO cult: A roi.n IN OX).; i) \Y rroneylf I'AZO OINTMENT falls to cure and occasioned; its use.-London Chronicle. Solomon's. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed a-

I would be satisfactory if they were Take Laxative moron Quinine Tablets you. 50 cents.BASKETBAFlT". ,I often as desired. Your Clothe
.
-- sent for and delivered. Call m
f 1 steadily employed. ThiuI/D turo rJl on every
_.-- box, ffic. (9'I'The I Qi.rfttlonpil Too Closely.Te 9-g South Palafox and Join tb
' I !'s-You and Miss !Sere; don't seem Valentines & Club.Lakes'.
Iu TnL'1'IIS.Iary .
CIHb'lI.\S
finest hue ot utuorellas in tht
to IK good frieiidi; What's the matter
fly :\ Uaber G. Eddy.ib city them.is at J. I. Htpphens'. Go lootat AT D'FUIIIAK i I ? i Fiaii i SSirls! a Fpei:Hi.

Jess Why. she remarked that she
The following recently printed in -- ---- Yours for Neatness,
was twetity-fot-.r scars old, and- M Mardi Gras
, l_ the Times-U1Jiou, was handed the We launder your spreads to: Tess-And doubted?

r Niws" with the request that it be like 16 centS uw each!:tar and Laui.-lry.make them boob The b'\kot ball team from Prof.Armstrong's Jess-Not at yon nil. I merely! said. "Of i G. W. IRWIN.

published : but v\l eiV" I'bilaJelphia
course
I I Classical: School begin -
.
1 In viewof the circulation of -- -- -- --- - 1'iess. Goods e
II'; certain critici-ms from the pen of practicing yesterday afternoon in i < I Hot Chocolatewith

t Maik Twain, I riibnm the following DistressAfter order to get in proper time for a Iii Simple Plan j I\I Whipped Cream, at Solosman's.
'll i statement: ".\.r.II yon say Le pit rich selling meal
'I'', It id a fact, well undtrjtooJ that I game fixed for Saturday, February tickets ten for a dollar? How was sucu Our !tock i is now ready. Val-1 j I .

W'' begged me the endeiruig tho stuteutswho apaellative'lnoth lira gave: Eating 11, with a team from the Normal a thing ossilile?" entices of all shape: =,sizts and :i i

thus. But School at DeFunuk. Both teams Oh.ery simply Nobody ever went i STEAMER
er' not to name me with- i price*. Sentimental and Comic. I| LINE SCHEDULE
back after the beyond
meal.Raltimere
,, out my consent thai word spread Nausea between meals,belching, vomiting are evenly matched and informationfrom
'
like ildflre. I Mill mu-t think the Amirican. Mardi Gras j'
men
I t flatulence tits of headache riuppli"?, a>
nervous -
UeFuniak the
says carefully :
name is not applicable to me: I
stand in relation to this utury, asa pain in the stomach, arc aU'' 8-lectecI team at that place has gotten A man's Rood work lives after him, Wire, Paper and Character : Zetween Ffr.Nacola anil .Milton-J & t

l Christian: discoverer, founder and symptoms of tlyspppia, and the longerit but It Isn't always identified.-Saturday Huns Daily Cxt-f-pt: Sur (lay."CITY .
i!: leader. I regard self-detfliHtion; us ( down to practice.The Masks.: Cambic and Silk Dominos I
I be is neglected the harder it is to cure it. Evening I'o L OF TAMPA."
loved
r! blasphemous; may more '
PeD'Iacohteam is beingtrained Mu--k, False! Beard. ar.d I
but I am less landed, pampered, pro- Hood's II!
t Sarsaparillaand I v Milton__ Cmam )
< LvI'D Tided tor and cheered, than others by Mr. H. B. Say nor, Jr., and
OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Wigs, Costume Bell*, Gold and .i PeneneoIa.l/dOftm Ar Mlltcn .&:uopm
V me-and wherefore Becau-e
: before
J Pills will be made up practically of the rare, Jc; ROOD! tripI 'l).
Christian Science is not yet pop- oysters today. Try them Silver Brail, Fringes and ,
' ular, and I reu"adulition. Ihdieally and permanently: cure it- same team that defeated tho Brew- NIC A POSTLE.ltudgiu's .
1 My fir-t visit to the Mother Church Spingles. Call early ani: select -
After it was built lAnd dedicated strengthen and tone the stomach and ton aggregation twice here recently. JEWELER IN HIS
the Best for 5c. outfit. We
will
your lay
pleased me, and the situation was other digestive organs for the natural Tables of quality for the
all-factory. The dear members of their them aside for
performance functions. you until
wanted to greet me with escort and Dining room, library, hall DO YOU KNOW HEW STAND
the rin!'ii.g: t and went alone in my carriage had dyspepsia twenty-five years and J P.EEKMAN LUMBER CO. hive -
to the chu-ch, entered it, and took different iredicines but got DO -
help
a large stock of drersed studJicg I i I have moved store to
jewelry
thanks cf
my
in
knelt upon tlmstppi its; tatil I bea.t tat'ng Hood's Sarsaparilla:
i altar. Thre ore inr.-pl..u bur cf tit ,- nave taken four bottles of this medicira fr.e. il'je-t line o! stt-rliii! ilvnatJ. and j-1 ijtG their prices before I I GOE'S i 1120 South I'-iNfox, formerly occuI .
t bejinniag> or truth felt wytteriuiy ,'do; and ilvror urH''iJE i3 t.. bt.and buyLg. dl 3.1m BOOK STORE
and I Lass & Co. and cow
. "u my spirit. I believe lit one Carist, can now eat almost anything! sleep: I. Hapi:8fa'. Fr.C'ti1 I Ij I pied by ; am
le'ch one Christ, and know but one well have no cramps In my stomach, no ,ieiso: all. j II I 213 >out h l'.ilaf ,j !Street, j better prepared than ev' r ta gr e

Chri-t. I b-lievo iu but onA inc.ir burning; and no stress." MBS. WILLIAM o .DrJ ::> n.A. ; PEN: ACOLFLORIDA.. great bargains in diamonds,watcher

ration, and Mother Mary, and know' Q. BAERETT, It Olney St., Providence, R. I O. M. Pry: wil ash you furniture are zyp''II" j I jewelry, etc. Call and see ffie and

\ I urn not that one and never claim Hood's Sarsaparilla: promises to iheapcr\ than any other house< in I ;:xatas::: O'P;:: I 1-Try Ganther's Candies at let me convince yon.

to be.. It sufilcea me to learn the cura and keeps tine promise. ,he city. :/! Salomon's. I J. I. 8TEPIIES8.r..i' .

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DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5.1808. '


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THE RIGHT THING. ''Jf- No. oeos. : ; .
Paine's Celery LOVABLE LADYDIEDJODAY W/C.'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; .
8. J. FOSHEEVice-Preiidant; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass't Cashier.
A New Catarrh Cur.Which U Rapid ly

ly Coming to the Fronr. a$
Compound AMERICAN NATIONAL NKA
For several years, Red Gum Blood ,=:{

:. root and Hydrastin have been recognized OF PEKSACOLA.FLA.: 1 'li 1

as standard remedies for ca- .

Will Banish Your $euralgiaLrll THE VENERABLE MRS. MARY tarrhal troubles, but they have always Designated Depository of the United States. f : 'fi

been given separately and only Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25, 19O'J. 'I 'r.

GOODIE SCOTT EXPIRED JUST very recently an ingenious chemist a
'
the Strni Testimony of An succeeded in combining them, to- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES I 1!

with other into a Loans and Discounts..... ................. 442921.84 Capital Stock .......... ...... ......... .... J200.000.00 :. ,:;< < "
Ciiicit Keitnciy Physician, AT DAWN OF DAY. gether antiseptics Overdrafts Becuredand Unsecured.2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ........ .... 20,000.00 'l) :>f '. _'f
pleasant, effective tablet. 11. 8. Bonds and Premiums.. ....... ..... 213,808.87 Undivided Profits....... ...... .... .... .... 6.690.34 :

XeurlliJ, rheumatism, and a gent -- Druggists i sell the remedy nnder Stockssecurities, etc.... ...... ........ .... 2,625.00 Rediscounts..... ...... ...... ... ........... 10,287.61 .'f. it'
-rundown": ; condition result Friends of the venerable Mrs. the name of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets Furniture and Fixtures.... ..... .... .... .. 6718.48 Circulation............ .. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00 -1"! 'i
u. from an impoverished and [. R. Stamps.... ...... .... .... ... .... ..... 65.82 Deposits ..... ..... ....... ..... ...... ...... 461,604.35 ..f ..
dtrtc'ly bed nervous system.piiue's Mary Goode Scott in the city were and it has met with remarkable success Cash and Exchange..... ..... ... ... ...... 153,943.12 *( ; l \\1\$ '
f:1ml: Compound quickly in the cure of nasal catarrh, : I. t1i'j'r
Celery much pained to learn early this
thi! faulty condition. lieinz bronchial and throat catarrh and in ;'

nrrecw a true nerve food and nourisher, morning that that lovable lady had catarrh of the stomach. Total...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... $822,382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... 1822,382.30 ,;ftJ )t, :;

It builds op the nervous system and been taken to her heavenly home, Mr. F. N. K. Benton, whose ad. This bank opened for business October 231900.! We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give '' ". t !)I
su-:alas it. While Paine'sceleryC0mPound your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. '. j '
fall is working at the after a life of honor, usefulness and' dress is care of ClarkHouse, TroyN. : )' 1

;(If ."-ethe nerves centres), I of Christian: fortitude. Y., says: "When I run up against 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. \ ', ': '

L-m'.aud; building up the! weak-I. anything that is good I like to tell j-. ", !.b
This known and loved
and lady was
erred and irritated parts purifying people of it. I have been troubled I ,1'1.

; toe blood, neuralgia are expelled rhtuma-for- throughout the city, and the beauti- with catarrh more or less for some B. H. FAIRCHILD, I Ga G. w. & GOTHIC. w. & CO" :1\ .i % t' .
and: poisons ;
Her ti-m fr.1m the! system. lr. Phelps' ful St. Katharine's chapel on Cer- time. Last: winter more than ever. C'FDOx..STEBER.: : : J1' ,j, 'r ,

w"lld .rful l prescription is carrying vantes street and herself were closely Tried several so-called cures, but did ; The "Arch-Support" of a"Dorothy : tJ i:
.
beahh and 11 ippmes into thousands 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ,
= not get any benefit from them. .
connected. She had been here .
i is what need for TII.- ;
:
f esjit; you Taroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a .
About six weeks ago I bought a fifty !;
troubles it wakes sick Dodd".J '!
fOur present ; approximately for 50 years: and ,. ; .t
;rjile well and strong.; Dr. Dudley cent box of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets Specialty. ( *f I "

Cornier of b.mpsouville:; Kentucky had herself attained to the ripe old and I am glad to say that they have Phono 400. ". I 'J; .41. !ij 1

-i"o ";- age of M. She was always identifiedwith I close wonders for me and I do not Oo Saves the Fatigue Q : :. ;;
rmfully examined the >
have= \ R. K. WHITE : !
formula of Paw,,':! Oltry Compound church work the Episcopal hesitate to let all my friend know j : .

[jj'l: no he-iiaucy in prouounc- faith of her and that Stuart's Catarrh Tablets aro the Watchmaker. : Manufacturing Jeweler I When your foot is tired frrm long walking: or standing, J I.t t ,
addoption
,,It a c m: o.tlld of great therapeut being yon rest it most by holding it In your Land and complessing; it .I g.. 1 .'
11 caur. It hss a wide range iu 1tsdipttuont.the following. right thing. and Graduate Optician, I I firmly an und and beneath the instep. Tbat is exactly what the ,; t: *
: treatment: of dui (I Mr. George J. Cassanova of Hotel : "Dorothy 1).>JJ" Shoe does for 'foll1t1l the time. It ii liko a oft P ,*\,-. '? !

.,.( -, ii it pissES tonic and alti-r- i(, Rev. J. J. Scott decayed, her husband Griffon, West Ninth street New 11, South P lsfoi St., Peiuroli, FIJtndng's r' hind firmly grasping the "waist" if the Dot and gn;>portir.g Uhf ... :i'i-: ."' i! t'I r

atve i.U.1t1VIJ and diuretic pro;>er.1!Iti. was, in point of actual service, York City, write: "I have commenced arch. You will never realize how much of your dolly fatigue C.. ." .1'
'., sad e HI he ut l any length cf I It using Stuart's Catarrh Tablets file ZBest /or c.GOLFlS I 6 can he relieved until you tty a "Dorothy Dmld." A "Dorothy 0 ? t
the father of the local Episcopal ; '
DoJd" retain iti arched shape and sets closely! to the foJrafter "
w.ihout danger of toxic elJ ct-. i up ,, :
i
;]\! : ," 1 .t '
L; I- a site, ut.d judicious combina-I churches. Coming here a few years and already they have given me -- it his been worn for month! No other shoe i, made like ," ) :: t r

t, ,u, w..adapted to the treatment better results than any catarrh cureI I ) it. Other ?h.e< bend at every fU p you tako. Thus the foot becomes \ .I 4'.. '. '.;'t:
.,f 1' ur iUru and rheum iti-m! in all 'I after the parish had been organized: have ever tried." I AGOODSAILER I
U..ir varied form, and all d "eaEs'' he remained :and conducted an uninterrupted A leading physician of Pittsburg I i( t, .t r'
d'/'0 rut upon a depression of then I '" d-They Cost $3.00.-0 ;:; 1.: ,
'
of Catarrh
-r\1 usysttm: and torpor of the I ministry of forty years advises the use Stuart's I o ,.., \. f"

b,woI-. I regard it us a good blood i or more, dying while performing the Tablets in preference to any other D I-.,. !
I' treatment fur catarrh of head and ;.I

pants"t"1 II ministerial duties devolving upon : throat or stomach.He c3; :a 4"I' h i

him. He Interrod at St. John's .
was : ,
run TIIK HOL'itr.WltKDIAMOND claims they are far superior to f1i

J cemetery, and, Saturday afternoon, inhalers, salves, lotions or powder, i'I OUTRAN HER COMPETITOR IN A b p r"'r

DYES his wife, who had survived him and are much more convenient and ;i; vth ,
I 0 : .. i. ,
GOOD RACE YESTERDAY.
fast, will be laid to ber last pleasant to take and are so harmless 6 ,
'4\0 born iimuufikctured. They glvu many years, o h" r
I aut.lJl color and are prepared for borne that little children take them with -- : .
U*, Nmjily' follow airtctlous.litrrctmn sleep by his side.A benefit contain ( ;'. .
as they no opiate: .
.
book and 45: dyed samples free. short time ago :Mrs. Scott sustained cocaine or poisonous drug. In a good race yesterday afternoonthe !? j ci !F !:

1) AMOND UiES Burlington, Vt. injuries from a heavy fall, pilot boat Col, in a stretch of : :
2 GREEN WATSON & CO. (! J.i
from the ellects of which she never :1 fifteen miles with the Kwasind, ; ;

COAL FOR THE fully recovered although this did placed Capt. Lars Andersen aboardthe I I '

not contribute to her death.: She flIEWS NOTES ? German bark Uers. after leavingthe _..-:..;< G. W. & COt.G. W. & CO v.t-... '{-t'' :"',- /I* r.I

BIG SQUDRON has been in failing health for sometime boat of the regular: association -, r :.,..r f .

and for the past few days her L_, ,,__ .../.h-:. half mile astern.It .. '. .
t-
:
weakness has been more that the Kwasindwas ; ,
apparent
was explained
The! American steamship Dorothy j jarrwJtil.navy I I Boiler inspectors Taylor and : 1
and it was observable last night I right before the wind and the CAN GET .-* .< j
I yard early yes- It"hllY : O'Brien came over last evening on = you
I that her hours on earth were but +I business. They are at the Mer Gers loomed up. Then the neck and C J
with! -ev-ral thousand: tons of I ICE CREAM SODA t >
few. I chants. neck:: race began, and victory perch. ,
.. d I f the North J
th' b -t- mi CII ">r .
Few relatives survive Mrs. Scott. ed on the Colt's banner.: "
A l I 111.'.H'-'llU'll-Hl. It 1hI.. I R. A. Bonifay. a lumber and timber HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES } .
Mr. Henry Thornton and Miss: Hortene maker ot Boone Ala., i is! one of r.uH.mber I It was reported this morning that 'j -1
TI.I- imuiHi-f fuel c :r, \) will te .. ; ,'
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I .. ,
Thornton of Birmingham, and of out of town business men the Colt succeeded in placing Capt. I IWin. -ATTrainer's ...'.. ,
dischur i d at the yard Ut.\! the vessel -
;: :
;:everal other ladies of this familyare here today. Hazzell upon a large four-mas- i
; will :L I aia jjn M Norfolk and :
I probably her only immediate The Standard Oil Company is ter coming up from the westward. A !I II Confectionery I'
brim bicktu.dlercargo.L.tst I
; Mrs. Walker erecting a large storage tank at its .
surviving relatives. wind made
brisk northeast progress i
< <
** FIRST DCCR NORTH OF TKESEN BUILDING. I IV
rnhi; !: notice* for nearly a yards iu the northern part of the I a <
Anderson of this city is aUo a distant of this vessel rather, slow as she had
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I Ito "
Luudr U tin a were ""lit ht-re. All of cily. Z$ -. SiM1
relative. It I V ;
: tack for the entire distance.
t.u'.e 'iftit'ie.i i ;1 ________ _t ,
ari- to u u
report today or i John Hopkins, of Russell, N. Y., '
General of the was rumored that should this let; '\
t norris" :ami dnharg; : the sttatnt !! debility-failure and C. H. Russell, of Maui-tee, | -
strength to do and the power to endure true it would prove in the light of a VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
: S' .1 1-g j ijiu":' in the stream, and i! Mich., tourists are in Pensacola for : f ;1t.
-is cured by the great tonichood's a short "lat straw that: would break the [ \ aox 8TORE L .
it I hi'r'I: l' t.at: the coal will be ; stay.It 'j(
Harsaparilla.HAD camel': back" and it would probably -j t : ,
tf'i.-f: rrltr the bins at the yard by is stated that when the roll was Of the large number of lot recently (: '
I -
t. : :
withdrawal of the
result in the .
called at thd railroad i
shops
ni< UN. f Il.Irt-, yesterday -- purchased by Mr. O. M. Pryor ; -I
NARROW the force was forty men short, Kwasind: and fitting on new ails 1 sf
and placed on sale to ile: irabl9, .
Every Mnall: i .: of this coal j ii subi i! purchaser -
most of the absent ones suffering and making of other contemplated:: ?, many have been; sold, but W"." J'r
j
j : 'J : t Cfl.'l.l examination be-1 I .J.
from vaccination.
changes. VALENTINESSENTIMENTAL some of tho choicest are still held) by : tl,
f'r> b u.:-1,1! d !.prl'. Thi-4 i-? iu ESCAPE TO-DA --- --- \ L .{
Some obscene language made: use 'l .
.
"DEESTRICK him.He J
.'" '.:a.. wit'i the stringent; navyr of by William Graham colored last I SKULE" REHEARSALA will cell to actu-l settlers oa a' j

.u r. .M., in order that all po-iblf : -- night cost him $10 this morning. rehearsal of the "I> e.trick'' AND COMIC. most favorable terms as he is determined I '
"
dour i r .if p.'ir.bu-'tibles being: hidden PROMPT ACT OF AN ENGINEER ,, Graham has become a frequent visitor Skule" will be held in the basementof to build up this rroptrty. ,;

at the city bastile. the church, Friday nightat ...SOUVENIR CARDS... ...
t1! r-i.:.11..1)1 tc preveuttd. Baptist Do you want a nr.guiflcent watch } .. .
,
SAVEDA
Fri' m :v.', fact that this steamer: THIS AFTERNOON The steam tug Echo, towing the 8 p. m., to make arrangements for for little mousy? If so, call on h"! ;.
CARDS
ILLUSTRATED POSTAL
: 1.i i- -' .,..t ture at this 1 tine, itWi. MAN'S LIFE. barge Yarkand, arrived yesterday Saturday's matinee. All 4'skollars" I Stephen, the Jeweler. Ke will accommodate tl+ f it l'
urged to be on hand or tend
afternoon from New Orleans. It is are
', ... i M ..iiut, the nr a ,. I _you. .
sq-udron .
cxcuaa -- -HotFrnnoh1.'Iafrswith'- :
thought: the Echo will no longer be MARDI GRAS NOVELTIES it : ;
I ._ _ !
fr"f -
: r. will make this u
placei engaged at New Orleans: regularly ;
Only from the fact that the man 1
f"
; r i zv.-u-ng point and a base of I at the throttie of switch engine; No. It was announced at the Presbyterian Six Physicians Florida Cane Syrup at A
Stationery 1 I
H. '
,
llo( is ever mindful of his businessis church last night that beginning Solomon't. E .': 'I

on the first Sunday in March a ---- "
Fora trmirimis and ;11'i tlIt Cough! I i a drayman named Moore alive Said Diabetes.iCright's ; Periodicals, ; :
l'i' I series of revival meetings will be If you should' visit the! Union depot '
-L.
r. iir Uou-juuiption is an :
II this afternoon. church continue for or f>- in that t'on't .
tIT .' I held in that to Leather Goods vicinity, failto f-
,. .
MnHy.Dffl I Moore was driving; a spirited mule probably three weeks or n month. | drop i" at (Uoidriu: :'a No.3 saloon. i :'

( DOINGS OF A : south on Railroad street at 1 p. ntid.iy. \ A good timbtr business may bej! Disease and DiabetesAre Pictures and Frames. and You find will the receive hottest a hear'y brands welcome,; of liquors .t : ',f;

Jut after he had. crossed expected this mouth. Every boom Positively Curable.John I kept i in_ the city. __ }(: 'JJ

Girden street the engine: was met i is full and cars loaded with the pine 11 You will coiiPult k : : i
best interests
DARK\ ( PREACHER yi ur 1-tJi:
and Moore had all the trouble he product are standing on every I I A. Phelp, of the Hotel Rpp<'lifor, TlSUUT ; by going to O. M. Pryor if you .
I wharf. A big fleet of vessels will be i street, an old-time San Fr..nciJM buw- : G. r1
cared to handle in a few second ness moo, ictrrTlewcd J...(' nbrSl, tOOl: H. JOgSOJi want furniture He is! in poiion to jh. i ?',!

r \ J ., Xivh..l, colored, is ont 1 I The mule plunged: and backed the necessary to carry away this large I Q -U Is hara for people to btl1efe rhtM'r l I sell cheaper than! any other house in j I 1,1, ''
amount Disease and IMabrtes are curable.: Will you I, the city. ". I :: :
: : ', "rimin.ll court today for i i dray immediately: in front of the Mich.l! let ua lI'"n'.lon your ease T 21S'" SDUfll: 1MI.AFO.X ST.' I I --- ---- ,-- ..... .
II tr tril.
R. O. Peters of MankUe,
A.-You I've told about it. I I 1 ., :
*' l 1'(1Htr' ( with intent to !I engin The locrmotive struck the extensive and wealthy laud may. many l'OHTI.\-D tTMKNT at ; 1'. :
an i Q.-Dld Jlhy ielallll1 clare It Diabetes |2 011 per irrel. A. V. CLt'RJiS: x.i '.
$: ;i. -r ch irgps. He i U: said i dray, hurle the frirhteneddarkey owner, returned from Talhhas-ee I A.-A half dozen did. For three years I declined CO TO L W. PEAKE'S, Corner Bra und Garden htrtttiZ. .rf: / ?t1i

t 1 '. :need a good Methodist!: iu the centre of the rails before it last night where it is uuderstoed he I i steadily till finally I l.ad0 sell mybusiness. :. f'.
1 he last: doctor thought I'd live only No. 30! South Palafox street, for your -- .
"1.' r' 'ring try on her rims andi. 'I and pitched the animal to the side.; succeeded iu con.umating a had about six weeks and advised ma to straighten electrical work. lie is prepared to DR. F. E. BRUCE .; 'f I.i' .

involving considera
affairs.
deal a monetary out my !
"v '.I! id. This negro has been Something else would have happened do you a first-class: job at moderate I I ;'
i tion of $170,010. He is at the Merchants Q-How FOOD did you begin to mend under ..
0' : s ; leave: town by Mayor ,, had not the watchful engineer i I the A-Fulton The specific Compounds gravity? soon bran to drop prlcl's. Phone 2<.13. ,I Ha returned and resumed practice. 11. .(,

h'r take the alternative of I applied the air brakes but It vtas nearly a year befure I was perfectly -- ----- Office
22M! WtetUovernalent! Ht., $ ,
Prof. J. E. Spoon, postmaster and sound You can get your house II .'f I .j. ; ,
.i. (j.-Did! any whom you told of it take It Salisbury
S ;tr'lPt fir 60 day*. i iI Q Special communication station agent at Brent, old Confederate A.-Several cars of Diabetes and brl.-ht'R furnished complete with Building. s' ; tarTolophono ,;
I I of Kscambin; L friT'' lava Sixty Yram. I I F. and A. M.. 7:30 p. m., veteran, and good old Baptist, and rc."ver .t. elegan, furniture at Mar' 14D. '1t'

". w iNt-Low's tlOOTlII\ s rbCP bat : G Fri rays Feb. 6 will take a part in the matinee next !'I Q-Can don't you recall like to the mention Dom.s'A.I them without ston $ Qaina's on -- Hof'' I tit:
bn n ni"<\ : V Work m F. C. degree. Saturday. Mr. Spoon will play sec- their permission. One wan a friend in Colltn- easy pay-
rer lilt, years by tuUllonx.l I wood Ohio who was pensioned off by Ills company -
II: 't fur Visiting: brethren are cor- and the music will I ments weekly or monthly. MONEY :
thnr children while trelhlng ond fiddle be at as incurable. lie recovered. Another TO LOANrH!
WI, II P"rl ct child dially invited. W8JI that of a well-to-do lady in this city who ;
tuccFX. U soothes the miles
of 500 hour" and
the rate an
Ml \V. D'C. KESSLER. was also given her phyi'cians. She li
Mhi .. ,Ur.by' Hot Fren ch Waffles with
ItUDl .alla'l aU cores zinc I
patn
HARRY W. GIBBS W. M. "40 pounds to the inch." now perfectly I:. ;
tv '. square On tbeir.on '
; reasonable terms nd sal
af d
I. the beet remedy for Di rrho a. I,L Q.-What do you think DOW or the curabilityof Florida Cane ;Syrup atSolomon's. >
It III r*U.tht! poor little sufferer lmw. Secretary. Come every" body, and see something chronic Hrlshfs Ui-ea.se and Dlah..tPI'A.I without publicity. f
":- have known for several years that they 'f'> :
ly. old by Druggists even pan R & A. M. never to be forgotten.Prof. are curable. _._, _____ _, __ .h__ J. W. BULMRD, '. '1 '
ottb.' Q.-Bui the boolis that they are not?
oria. : say
Tenty-ttve cents a bottle .
and f.r that reason CHEW NOTtCI-;,.. 2S'a' South Palafox, Up-Stairs.
K*tore I Chas Lane arrived in the Certainly they do. :
yoU Ihk communicationof
forM Wln.llIw'llooth. Regular:
rs. : many will Dot at first" believe it, but they will ** \ Su-XS N J. ,
'* Yt up 'Iioud take no other kiwi.LL.1T Peusacola Lodge No. 42, city last night. He lectured at Mil gradually. N KITH EK the captan.oownersnoreonvgneraofthe A. WILO.V, Manager. ''e't ; : -

I 1'. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m., and DeFuuiak to 4......; liu.&lan --- --- 1 t'Uy : '
ton Chipley
:!. G ap- "i' .. hk ( rl'UsII1I1 J be reponhl> J
& MALT ha* a marvf lou= I rhursdayFeb.5 Medical works agree that I'r1I.'lt'fl1II'1'Ie Jol a&" b.;" for drtts contracted by
d: :' :.l' .,\\1.H"rt'fre1in? and Work in F. C. degree. preciative audiences.: He will fill and diabetes are Incurable, but 87 PT cent are! the crew of said ves--l.. ,

J. .t -.> tike! it ht lps iisMiuila. I Visiting brethren are cordially his engagement tonight at Palafox positively*. iCommon recoverug forma under of kidney tie: Fulton comilaict Compound 1'IITORJOHA\v: -! l1fll"r "

11 'i i '. ,djhrHi'1.ER\ : invittd. street church. The sale! of tickets and rheumatism,. o2er: but short resistance ) To order. Captain.; l !i

i A-X KHOA.FS3 B. C. Tcsisox, W. M. indicate a large; audience. Ticketson : Price.the inabrtic 11 for tS C.IJ BnSfs oun1: Dis'oho-a.-;e J.and Tniton tl M Co.for, IIUt4' NEITHER: tilt captain 011'0- ..'.( ,'I. .'.,.., '
T. H. FLKFTWOQU. S.-c. St.San Francisco sale! com :
ti Montgomery 6r .. :
i 'fi"" nor crmgtemet of th* lf
sale at Johnson's Book Store and I pounders }'I'te.t.i' mad' for t Ueaia. l* 'r'ei....). Chin Unone will bfo r
LUfiBER Sinip! bathes of Dr. li lmer's at the dour of Sunday: Sehocl room I scrlpuve pamphlet mailed free. GYM: <.. rP.p',ndnlP for debts contract. Ay l

( iJKKK.MAN LUMBER rt ''amp! [ -l.'lt, the ;;reat kidney, liver tonight. A rare chance to hear: a f'Ii boalberc: hy the er.w States: of Lumber'Jut< ve.q'-i Co.
10 i tbd Madder records, are heijtr di i..1 i.- HANNAH BRO, Lontllln-
t-.n ij. b":ure placingd6lui tributed herefro'thcusefree. Have rare lecture.; Lecture begins promptly W.l1. YILLlCHP.3Ut .il t t

J'lii .1 'r: far lumber. .1[ you received one? '- at 7 o'clock. Sole Agents fur P"nsacob. Captain..H ; 204)$ ::i. Palafox Street. s ji i

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& THE DAILY NEW8I PENBAGOLA, FLORIDA'THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, B, 19OSvontan

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t ,\ '\\I isr.enoushur,a Making a ChumpOf

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"4 J""" "" ianar'ua- a Hero
af/ -;) ;:;
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..> .I : tl't'.t-.. {OrlginaLp"Don't WHEN YOU CATCH COLDDo
J"'r.<< you think.! said Julia to roe,
-' f'1 ,,:; 't
;
; "that It would be nice for us to makea
ty. t'I'< :l-
1 liarJhj : story together,

>t'L;. Byet <'ay We were sitting! in the library in easy
155 in not take chances on it wearing or experiment with unknown
/-l he f'. ,h fc'rsuditin chairs before a log fire Story writing away some preparation

..,-.'-J::.;...,f'j 7' every was a part of my work and I did it which will only half cure it at best, and leave the bronchial tubes and lungs weakened and

K".". =r. for pay. Therefore I discouraged Ju- susceptible to attack from the germs of Consumption.

,;,.I\/ .r, I light the furniture lia's plan.
of her room "There's too much shop about It for
,:JlV take on af-

.... 1?'' '' of frigl.ttr'g ghost or forms gob- me"But" I said.I'm curious to know how these @'

FOLEY'S

It..'""I"- ._ tin reason nerves You with Neither can't the once.things are How done.do you Come begin; yield?' to me for HONEY AND TAR 1'.1 I


1 *1"(* logic nor love "Tte trst: thing to determine upon is &

ccn: quiet them a plan. To tell the troth, ODe seldom I
They must be strikes an original subject for a story, not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and pre- jPf ..

nourished and then the outcry of the but if one is handy at the business he vents serious results from a cold. j __
i\
nerves will cease as naturally as a Lun-
may take an old theme and serve it up \
gry child ceases to cry when fed.
For nervous women there is no better daintily, so as to give it the flavor of It Saved Hit Life After the Doctor Said He Had Consumption /; j .
tonic and nervine than Dr. Pierce's Favorite originality. In all or nearly all stories

Prescription. It cures the
eases which produce nervousness in lover a vil"- AND TAR saved my life. I had an awful cough on my lungs and the doctor told me I had /
women, irregularity, debilitating drains, "You mean a man who has given his (
inflammation, ulceration and female heart to a woman who responds to his consumption. I commenced taking FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR and found relief from / f

weakness.: It trano.uilizes the nerves, passion.:; the first and three bottles cured me completely. ,
encourages the appetite, and iiuluces re-
"Yes; that's it when we get it on paper
fresliirg sleep.:
Whea I been taking;; your medicine I was but before that we bay first-to REFUSE SUBSTITUTES "
not able tn itaud on my feet ten minutes at alime. take a common subject-here's the -T-
." writes Mrs. Haiti Borrad.ilr. of in r
'>nn Street KnshuKe, Tenn. "Had falliDKof man lover Lire's the woman lover-orlovenw. =
t ut.-rus, and Liduev and liver disease,and was If you prefer it. And now for THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1.00
ta weal and ,
uerrons I could not keep !till
V.'ouU take nervous prlls and almost die at the complications.' Experience teaches .. Ys'h.
times I had wvi-ral dLTerenl di>ctor. attending avoid details that
to
us are very comc.oi. -
bit thi-r ccnla not do me any good The SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY < y = :
' bas Don't make the lover and loveress"
hid -
one 1 sail I would never.get up again.
Told him that I mss taking your Favorite Pre ) W. A. D'ALEM BERTE, 121 8. Palafox Ht.
> ,
Iicr1pt'n' and t..odrn Medical Discovery. and
hi Slid Might just ai well take that ranch "I wish you'd find other names for
water each l&y' t'it I thought I would give the them." i] -
Dicdanc a frir tnal. B'fure I had finished the ,
lint two bottles I was able to get outside the spoon in the conservatory." FRUITS AND FLOWERS. I Cured of RheumatismFor
14 house and walk around the yard. I kept OBtai.iiig lovemak-
"It's for
a delightful place
the medicines and they cured me.- In planting the orchard care should F SAMUEL CHARLES,
ing""That's
Dr. I1erce' Pellets cure biliousness. Le taken t6 allow each tree plenty] of Ii
the benefit of human-
the reason story makers always : suffering;
use it. Then tlon'i. make the room.A ity I desire to state that I suffered ; BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
'..' enough on*\VfKKle.Cholly layer of charcoal the bottom of a severely with Mu-cular and l Sciatic ,
lover rescue the-tne girl from a fire. .
flower bed Is beneficial in Rheumatism for five During* 4
The firemen ere the ones to do that if very keeping years. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
.
the soil fresh. that time I tried various remedies as
it must be done at all." ) well the of several Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes! ,; Leather& Findings
In plowing in the orchard always as prescriptions
"Never mind the don'ts. Get on which afforded me '
physicians, very 'PHONE 514. 007 SOUTH PALAKOX
.t? turn the furrow toward the tree and 8TIIEET.
with the story. little, it any, relief. The pain in my
be Ireful not to the fine fibrous
"Well, nrst well give them names. Injure back, hips and legs was agonizingand

The lover is Charles. Perhaps we'd roots. almost unbearable. I could ;

better make him a young lawyer; the The life of an apple tree Is often hardly walk and thought I would be J. E. DUBUISSON % BROTIIER,

loveress mean the loved one-Is shortened because it grows in a poor, obliged to abandon: all business. A
exhausted soil or one not properly friend of mine advised me to try CORNER TARRAGONA INTEXDENCIA STREETS
Lucy and the villain is an officer of
drained. URICSOL, which I did reluctantly,
the United States army who distinguished Dealers in
When ill or ailing, handle the flowers and greatly to my surprise one' bot-
himself In the
Spanish war. tle cured me sound and well. I
"What a funny kind of villain!" cried little or wear gloves. Delicate plantsare cheerfully recommend It to all who Choice Staple and Family Groceries o:

Julia suddenly looking up at me. sensitive to human magnetism, Buffer a'l I did. It i* also a very fine ,

"Wherein does his villainy consist! ?" good or bad. tonic. It increases the appetite, aids Our Goods are Received :Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,

"In loving the heroine." The roots of the strawberry often digestion and finally build-up' the and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford and can be

"But Captlin.St stopped and reach out fin feet from the main general health. You can use this as Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the

colored. stew; hence the jl.ints should not beset you think best. Very truly, Holiday and will Deliver Free to> any J'art of the City.
W. B. DELEACH.
"Capt.1illl''bbes.] to give him a name too thickly. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION,
311 Auburn Ave. Atlanta Oa.
t ; -Confound it. I've dropped my Is really not so much to blame as Lucy, .\n apple or cherry tree !Is much Nnv.6th,1902 ,
; t. Etifk IlPilo, there \Vesinalil; IIJ tie valuable] if it shoots out low. P.O. Box 326.
more (
who: fails to sec Charles' advantagesand Druggists sell it at $100 per bottles */. E Dubuisson & Bro
.s do, Wegsy? insists on giving;: her heart to the Trim from the top. as this will cause Bend stamp for book of particular, PHONE 66. ,

captain. You see, the villainy is in the tri? lower braiicht-s to grow out. to the URICSOL Chemical Co., Los T'nmily G-rooors.

military trappings; that have Induced Lai.d that has been too rough for Angeles Cat, or Atlanta, Ga.o -

so many girls to lead garrison lives who plowing may yit s-utaVieuily fertile

might otherwise Lave had comfortable In grow fruit trees and i is better than A11 ]VL1: .AverySCCCESsoa

homos." land that has been exhausted by crop- ..h. s TO n.:x.1%.. ..
&m Its Kind Yas Haie Ailais 3x 1 1d.gntre
tE.
"1 see, said Julia wagging; her toe ping. ( TO AVERY t
WOOLFOLK)
on a foot rest. "but I don't think that ,?.,I--t/l. :
4 Too (iorK;.nn* Hooka. fl IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
Las anything to do with it if she loves
The author "Elizabeth and Her
him. ,
German Garden" riling on the "Giv -
"Well, to ;go on with the story, Lucy HARDWARE.
ing of Books" in the Century, says: WEEKLY JSCJIEDUL
gives Charles the grand bounce. Imean
. Gifts of books addressed solely to
the dismisses him as a lover, FOB STEAM DIVISION Iron Nails Axes Shovels Haw Mill
and steamboat
the spirit' should] never be editions de ,
though; she retains him as a friend. luxe. Of what tie is a book to me, I'EMJ VCOLA ELECTRIC TEltMI AJKAILWAY Supplies, Cooking and Heating .tove Paint, Oils
You sro, Charles has loved her a long COMPANY, Window Gldsti, Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
! however much I may want to read it,
'I while, and she was always very nice to Pensaoola for the Lllll
leave
Trains
if it is so gorgeous that it must! not betaken Agate and Tinware ana llonsefuriiishin:; Goods.GENS .
I him till the captain came along when Haven Big Bayou,WarrlngtonNary rut
anywhere where rain might fall and Kort Barrancas at
she like wl'ather'ane"- FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY
changed !
: a
-!-lJ on it. or where it might get muddy or 8:80! ..m.arrlTe at Fort Barrancas T:16 ae
"Nothing:; of the kind. I mean )'oucan't : m.arrive at Fort Barrancas lout a.r.1:00p.m.arrive Revere Giant Stitched Bpltinir, Northampton Emery
; 'om pleased weary dunrlicrkno"Kerplo&h where a heedless gnat, caught by the
,
; make a heroine of a girl as fickle] at Kort barrancas Ii6p: Wheel Co., Ltftin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's li-tl-
quick turning of a leaf, might leave its 8SO p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15pv
J somine, Iron Ring and Buck Stoves and Rinjfps Wm
as that. legs in the ancerin the owner 8:15p.: m.arrive Kort Barrancas Too p a
"That Is what Charles thinks aboutit pages ;: 'i>:O'J p.m.arrive at Kort Barrancai 8:.5 p.n Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'aMade
j-: tif the defiled book who does nut want Trains leave Fort Barrancas Penisoola Railroad Color
,I so after bearing Lucy's acceptanceof I: its legs, almost] as much as it is itself atT:15ame

the captain's attentions for some j 1 angered: by haying to go on being a I at Pens&cola._ 8:00 a.11 :Masonic Temple, 3 Punsucola, Fla.J. .
11:UO p m.arrive at Pensacola._11:*5 p.B
time he jut buttons his coat, puts
up without them! ? 1 .
gnat can no more 2:00 p. arrive at. 2:45 p.n
on his hat with a slap' on the crown Pensacola 8US
I take an overgorgeous: book to my 5.00 p m arrive at : p B
Lis hands into his trousers iwk- Tao p. m.arrive at Peusacola 7:45: p, A- VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
crams
.i ) heart than 1 fold child in
.ii {ialq can my my "8:45 p. m.arrlvpat 8.aa ii.a
i /j { A cts and goes off by himself, perfectly arms when It is dressed for a party. 'HatarotysoalyFABE
C ind.ffcrei't." FOR WEIK DATS.Pentacola VAN PELT BROTHERS

lq "' r i'iy! a "Wouldn't it be a nice complicationto .. to Fort Barrancas and return K+ ,
-- Pensacola to Navy Yard and return_.i:sPeae.coia
']1 have hm: suddenly' struck' with an- RtPOSALS will be received to Palmetto Beach and resorn l" GARDEN STREET GROCERS

I oihtr girl?" asked Julia, glancing ut me P at the Bureau of Hupplif and !lU.DAY ICHEDCBK.Wbei ,

i i \\'i e. ".\ud then he finds out whenit Accounts, Navy Department Washington w ntier permits toe running < Have Received since the I in1 lys a Fresh Line of

is too late that Lucy's acceptance of I.I D. C.. until 12 o'clock non, open coaches.

the captain's attentions were simplythe February 10, lJG3! and publicly opened l."aVI Peuiacola.a.ci. Lv Fort 10 Karranwiia a. m STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

result of pique." immediately: thereafter to furnish II a. w. 11 m. ,
I at the Navy Yard, Pensacola, I p. m. 1 p:.m.
that
"U'm! It seems we arc goingall
, wrong.! The lover and loveress (excuse Fla., a quantity of machine tool?. I Ip.m p. m I p.lL.p.m. Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacades of the Season.Our .

: 1. : bans; lie had picked up : word I can't find another Blink proposals will be furnished 'p.m pm.
the ) appear Goods
, ; are Arriving Daily and can the
upon application! to the Navy Yard. :. 5 p.m. 8p.m, you Always Rely on Getting
the hose pipe l> mistake, and just thena
y to be commonplace people, 1
very Pen acola. Fla.,or to the Bureau. A. 1 p m. p.m. Best Freshest
roan turned the water on. easily made je:';ious without cause, especially S. KENNY Paymaater-Gfmral U. FABI rot UJ'E4T and Cheapest.
t I'eniaoolato ors HarranoM Navy
r I the girl"- S A' 1.23-03 J30oaw2w 1 ard and return._._ ___,_ HiPeniaoola
, A Safe Offer."TVhnt's "You mean the man." to Palmetto Beach aaeeatorn. VAN PELT BROTHERS
; .______ lit
the price of cheese? ,
"Wi-lL never mind which Is to blame.
* "Fifteen Try the NEWS, want column. No freight eired after I:IB p. m.
i cents per pound. The villain turns out to be the only sensible TELEPHONE NO. 231. ,* j AA 31 EAST GARDEN ST.

"But the fellow] opposite sells It for one of the lot, and a real hero ina -

10." military way It not as a lover."
TIME TABLE.
it "Then go and buy it there." "Let's have it that the captain Is engaged .

f;: 1 "But he hasn't got any." to another girl all the while." The Star Laundry
: "Well, then the kind of cheese I "'\' an" LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD ,

i haven't got you can have here at 10 "Yes; the captain is engaged and has IN EFFECT DECEMBER I. I\jIJl

!t l cents a pound a80.-" Vikingcn. made Lucy his confidant." Biggest Busiest Best !
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New Orleans and Mobile.
i "That won't do.
i When the Doctor fame.J .

:J rf i 1 "Oh, doctor, he has such a fearful "Why noU""Because it will make the hero of the No.6. No.4 No.!. No.1. No.1 No,5.
" Etitch in his tilde he breathe. 7:1111 Utll1m l1oop LelnPenaaeola.Arrlve 5ooa ':OOp 8:0011
can hardly story appear like an overjealous chump. 8::,) a 2:27p 1:02 a Len8....Jo'Iomatoll.... Leave 1:35: a tJII p 76! II
1 ; lie just pants, pants, pants for breath." Besides, the heroine has no business to 11:00 a 4:22p 2:511 a Lt.ave_._ Mobile _.Leave l!:.n't 12:16 n 0:00 f They Speak
Iy f!!I "My dear madam, don't worry about have secrets from her real lover." ....._ ..__ 8:26p 7IO.. Leave _Nflw Orlt.nll.. Leave 8:00 p 7:25 a

i'!'';' those pants. I will goon find the seat
"Do heroines about revealing confidences North.
go
", j f of the trouble, remove the stitches ?"
for !
Thfniselves.W
(i l',! 8nlI"I I scratched my head thoughtfully. I No.t. No. 4. No. 1 No. I. <
. octorr.-Kansas City Journal. had set out to make my principal mana 11:06 pm J2i: p m Leave... PenaeolaArrlve 6:00 p m 11:00: a m
J JI 8Uam 8:57pm Arrlve. Montgomery _Leave lltl5am 8:85plII We let the Shirts! Collars
bora Julia had him ,
shaped a gander. l1SUam 8:08pm.rrITeBlrmID hamLeave 8:83am ':05pm
; Pleased at It. "I'll tell you what we'll do" I said at 7:00 pm 8:10 a m ArrlveNI.l1vllle _Leave and Cuffs we Launder speak for
!:811.. m 3:18aas Arrive_Loallvllie _Lean 9:15 pm 9i6am
{1.1: The fools are not all dead yet," said last "Thackeray made a hero In 'Van 7:20am: 11:59m ArrlveClnclnnatlLeavs 5:00pm I 11:15pm themselves.. They will talk louder

J I" the angry hut-band. ity Fair' of Major Dobbin, who startedIn 7:51am 1mpm Arrive....,.Mt. Lout. ___Luve 4:15pm 8:65pmPENSACOLA iLan we can. We want to be Judged

;'t( "I'm glad of It, dear" calmly replied as a chump. Suppose we reverse the AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. more by the work we do than by

. >r half of the combination 'l process and make a chump of the hero." what
'j we say.
' i i't'l"s did look well in black."-Chicago "We don't need to do that. The hero II-Dally, No. IDaUYNo I atop where time not shown No. i-Dally No. ft-DaUJ

:!' has made chump of himself." 11:116 p m: 7:00 a m Leave....PenlaCol.._ rrlve 10.0 p m -1IBi ;;-

\'1".j, One Minute- -Cough Cure gives a I turned and met a merry pair of 12tlll 12jO": night 7:18"7:18" "" _- Ynleltra 8oI1emla__ "" 10:81"10:8' 1:08"8:01" ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods CaM (for ul M\mi\ Free.
and smile.
relief in one minute, because it kills eyes a 12:23" 7:18" If _E.oambla.. 10:82": 11m.'
i 1 : the microbe which tickles tne muI" "And that's the"- 12:86" ':26 MUla __ 10:21' 11:411' TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
Itfi II 7:28 ___ Harp __ 10:21 11:40 .
cous membrane, causing the cough, "Climax. U:50" 7:86 _QUtCity_ 10 till 0:27 II
:, and at the same time clears the "Not a bit of It." I said rising and 1:1:68": : 7:S9 _Mllton ... 10:10 11:20 WALKER INGRAHAM Manager.
-; phlegm, draws ont the inflammation squeezing myself Into the chair beside It80 am _Good Range.-. ':156 ,
8:16 __ sip "
1:116" Holt.--, "
6:8&
i and heals and soothes the affected her. "This Is the climax." I kissed 150 8s Milligan __ 8t'" 6:11 "
parts. One Minute Cough Cure 1:11I 8:88 _CreltYlew_ 8:11 1:00 "
her I kissed her twice.
I once
strengthens; the lungs, wards off ; 1:00 8:11t _Deer Land_ 11:11II 1:116 "
I I pneumonia and is a harmless and "That's the climax to the first and 1:11: 8:18 MOllY Held 8:60 1:18 WICKS&CO.
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':01 8:11I .DeFun1ak8prlnlL. 8:18 1t8: "
second she remarked.
never failing, cure in all curable chapters. ':18 8:" ArlJle._ 7:" 1:81 "
cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. "Dear dear Julia, how happy you 6:40 1:07 -Ponae de Leon- ':!8 lilt "

One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant have made me! I shall not sleep a 1:08 6:00 "" 10:10 10:11 '' "" _-_--CaryT1Ue WeItTtUe___ '':11:17 "" I 1:68 1:66 "" Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

to take, harmless and good alike for wink tonight for joy." G.BI 10:110 _8onUay.... ':66" 17: ,
and Old. Hargis 8:00 If 107 _Ch1pll' 1:117"
young Pharmacy, "Now you're talking like the lover In 1:06"
Kahn. 8:10" 11:01"Cottondale_ ':18" 11:11I gook
John Sheppard, Sidney your stories." ':00 II 11:26 II. _MarlaDnl 1:00 II 11:11" No. i South Palafox Street

"Not a bit. This Isn't fiction. It's 7IO" 11:61. _C1prell..""" 1:88" 11:46 aID
and
ladies skirts waists
Cleaning: 7:40" 11:1IJ" .'. _Grand Ridge_ 0:12" 112 If AU Kind 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Material Kept on Hand
I' Is one of o"r specialties. Star Lann the real thing. F. A. MITCHEL. r:68" 11:01 noon aneads.- Ifl" 10:50'
dry. 8:1A' 12:1A" ArriyeEJ1eriznoUon.Leiye 1:10" 10:21 II IKLKFHONB (25. > FEI8ACXJLA.' FLA,
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THE OILY tfEWa: PCNBAOOLA, FLORIDA. THUR8OAYF6BRUARY-S,4 ao3.

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A HEROIC TRIO.---"-- -S. : ifJ01..:r-.: r'jf

CIssilled vertiseIDents THE MOONSHINERS' Doing, a, Large ,, .'"'1 tl'l'

Trarii, Crockett Mid Bowie Mid a ..

Business Neglected Americas'Ellie. The best pi'(i.tj;. : ll:111:

[Original! ] The.late Frank Xorris In an articleIn I' :

ONE CENT A WORD.OZND.. About ten years after the close of the World's Work says that the American
........ .. usually means assuming large at one-Half ; lN
dill war I took it Into my head to visit risks-too epic, which on the shelves of pos price
large to be a safe
: () KY the ground where I had Campaigned as terity should have stood shoulder to 1,If .('
..- burden upon an individual I ,1:: I '.!
shoulder with the and -
--- a soldier boy In the Union army that "Ilemskringla" .;! '0' ,
i TO LEND ou improved estate. It takes five of the ortlnarr Quarts" to make but it"l' I
oNEV the "Tales of the Xibelungen" and the a f non a HAYXER Q I !
wtate; m lar*tI or small region being about Jasper. Deckerd and full quart &II honest quart of S2 ounces four to the tUoaNow. you pay yoir deller! at It
reoll at low rato of interest.: Buelbyville, Tcnn. There was an especial \Vise business men carry "Son; of Roland" will never be writ I ....s '1.25 a boule for whiske that cannot possibly be any better than HA*XEK. aa .;; r. '$[
l1t1; UDB ten because the Hector of an ignored"Iliad" lOOdoorl4.5aranon. It you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you tare at least 13.05 on every i <
.ill 011 J4e&Iie B. roos, attorney reason for my going. I had beenan special insurance to relieve g&iloi,. We sell two Ir&IloDs for about the same M you w for one gallon of Probably poorer I .S. t.
( ,. fahtu tit., Fisbei has been forgotten. "One of the Just think that over and remember that HAYKER WHISKEY L I .
t 1.1 W, :!o4! : escaped prisoner of war and had their personal estate of this goes direct from t
lit our distillery to JOu. carries UNITED STATES '
3n1tn1oEV requirements of an epic-a true epIc-is REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUAR- f i. I
bU11J1Uo. been hunted with bloodhounds up on to risk. All such will be in : ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and WTes you the dealerBl enormous profits. That's why : i .f-.fwhisker. t
that its
-- the Cumberland plateau. On the west action must devolve upon some It's ao good and so cheap. That's why we hue over a quarter of a million satisfled cu* :' :

) T< .DA Y-Do you teed face of the plateau not far from where terested in "A Banker's \Vill," great national event There was no tomen. ThM'i why YOU should try it. Your money back U you're not satisfied. t j),1.1 f .'I '.

'? You can borrow anyuouut lack of such In those fierce after 'Ir
lt.N containing the instructions of years
IDOll the university now stands I was taken
you want today ou easiest: New York Bank President I forty-nine. Just that long and terrible Direct from our to YOU Uf ]
tenll jud lowest rates anywhere into a mountaineer's hut by a girl about tohis journey from the Mississippi to theocean distillery 1

on improved< city real fourteen years old and concealed till trustees regarding invest >
ubt.llU.ible is an epic in itself. Yet no seri lUll DsaI rs' Profits I ltfritiMlMM Ent 1 '
_fioui \Vui. Fisher, 2lJ-1321S. my pursuers got tired of the search. of his PrivwttAd ,I ;
et ment personal estate.A has been made
ous attempt ever by an .
lu-tl .: .
.Ltf'i! X Street: The child had retained a place In my )i : .k ,
l' f 1,000,000 policy is another insurance American author to render Into proseor

inrr.iuouty memory, and I desired to Bee; her again.I romance of special application to men verse this event in our history n8'national' r :
to borrow -
jF yuU want. money went to Shelbyvllle and proceededfrom of -affairs, described in The Largest HAYNER
In in origin and in
insure your property scope, WHISKEY H rf
there on horseback! to the base of Annual Premium.
alJ,tracts of title, buy or results as the Revolution Itself. The :
rocure Send for both .
ol the 1lateaunnd then up towupje stood to-day p i phea.Tbil
M real estate, rent property Company ranks prairie schooner is as large a figure in
the hut In which I had been concealed
? ijr-cription, have rents col- Farst-In Anets.tint the legends as the black ship that bore :
feted or your taxes attended to, A young woman was standing at the First-la-In Amou Age. Paid Poicy-holJen. Ulysses; homeward from Troy. The PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE :L ::

cliun address That C. Watson door and. to my surprise. recognizedme
IIr THE MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE the of
much to
sea meant: as Argonauts '
li-Ml Estate ana Insurance at ()flC(. She had changed so much FULL i I
t L cd. Fla. Charges COMPANY OF NEW YORK the fifties as it did to the ten thousand. EXPRESSPREPAID tj : f
veu't-. feu-acola, from childhood to womanhood that t 4 $320
To everyone who buysalurfrotu RICHARD A. McCuxov, PretiJcm. "Aud the Alamo! There is a trumpet .
module. did not know Lor. Our meeting was so i
us we will lend< money call in the word, and only the look of QUARTS
delightful that I remained at the place
build house. 81bchool -'1 it the is flash of fire 'f r .f
with which! to for a week Mary's parents were dead, Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty on printed page a ,

: -- and she lived with an uncle. I triedto Streets, NEw YORK, N. Y. but the very histories slight the deed, We will send yon FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN- ,,.5 t 1 t'11
I.I'''i'ga vt cit ", ('hunl. and to many American born under YEAR-OLD RYE for 13.20 and we will pay the express charges. Try it and '
It
-- ...... find out from' her how he made a CKCIIi AVILLCOX Jlanagor. the same Hag that the Mexican rifles It you don't find it all right and as !good as you ever used or can buy from b I < I
livinc. but fal'.rd! to do so. anybody else at any price, then send it back at our expense and your 13.20 i ; I 1'twill
DERll l'EX will btII' Jacksonville Fla.T. shot to ribbons on that splendid day be returned to you by next mall Just think that offer over. How could l\\!
Ia :& I>..I-t W right street, When I left 1 startid to walk to the word is nieauingles-s. Yet IherniopjLe it be fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better 1 II
I'I-uat Briil'-report.: intending there to take a C. WATSON & CO., District Managers- let us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself eel a I .' !
U,.. 1 "i" *il';a Margaret: Maclay. was less glorious, and in comparison friend to loin you. We ship In a plain sealed case, no marks to fcbow what's .., I ; i i
Wstf tran: for home. The unrle offered toshow Pensacola: Fla. with that siege! the investmentof Inside. .:
: Orders for Arlz.,Cat,CoL. Idaho Mont..Ner, N.Me .Ore.,TJtah Wash .
-- ---- me the way. I accepted his company Troy was mere wanton riot. At the or Wyo. must be on the basis of 4 QUarts for *...00 by Express: : I'I \.: II

ll.Vllt U0'>!*,",. I -I did not need his guidance-and very least the Tcxans in that baiUred Prepaid or XO qurta for .18.0O by Freight Prepaid. : .

.. i after passing; the morning with my HUMOR OF THE HOUR adobe church fought; for the honor of Write our nearest office and do It NOW. 'I .,J i

)m.;. .\l lH KKIKXE-Manufac-I !sweetheart sitting K-sttle her on a rook their flag and the greater glory; of their THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY .:F :1

tti!>r ana dealer in Hair Goods, in view of the broad panorama of Ilrprntrtl. not for loot or the h1hS'i5101Iof S:
country,
ATLANTA 6*
Oil DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS 10. ST. PAUL, HINH- : .
Hit., 1'ulet Articles Hair woods and waters, villages and plantations The piny had reiehe;
HI .>:tVe't) -(Jovernmeuttreet- I t-pread out beneath' us, her uncle: the third act, and the audience In the men are taught; to consider the ""Iliad" 5 .).

-- \vsrkI). I I and I set out to ether. primitive opera IIOUM of the frontier with its butthorios its glorification of .. ,f.: I

I was very much mystified as to the village sat breathlessly awaiting the inordinate sdlibhness and vanity, as a I .,

\\: : -Men to learn barber: man's treatment of me. Every: now outeome. classic. \cbillI.'s-murtll'tl'r. egotu-t, nif- tehtAb; KKK.\CH 'cHLIUik. :

trade. Always rush for barbers in and again while we walked! side by "Ah, lia-a"! snarled the villain pushing fi.ni and liar-is a hero. nut the name CHUROHNOTICES. ; : J

1'\rtU Prepare now. Years saved Fide suddenly glancing: up, I saw him open) the door of the dungeon of I'.o\vie the name of the man who Following !i.. the schedule of the ;

ly ,,ur method. Steady practice, looking sidewise at rue with a cunning where the hero lay bound in chains."Ah pave his life to his flag at the Alamo government steamer Generi.1 I French

t. ul., diplomas, poitiotiaud boardgivtH. free. gleam in his eye. I'.esiJes, I noticed Ua-a, loutnlU"rylrltroy; Is perpetuated only In the designation which THE NEWS prints for th< TV.
Catalogue mailed TUB NK\VS would request that the ;
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Harber College New Or- that whenever we came to dangerous you are in my power at last! Your ; of a knife. Crockett is the benefit of the merchants who hip i -r .
M.Jtr .
1 IclU-', Ll.: footing he Invariably left me to go hour has rome:" hero only of a 'funny story' about a sagacious heir goods to the \arioui army I clergy or those having In charge! the 'fJ ',

first and once when we were near a The villain drew a long knife from coon, while Travis! the boy poets: publication of church service notices .,:I; I ,. ; .i
W.11o.1JAU kinds ot empty beer cliff he suddenly stole up on me. his belt and advanced upon his victim."I commander who did what Gordon with ; .- I" I
bittlfH.A.Friedman.. u9-tl minute to Leaves Peosacola._._ __._.... _, T:00a. m. for Kanday"' will send them to this : : :
In passing down a steep declivity, I will give ;you one say an empire back of him failed to do is heaves: tturraocna.___ _....__._ 7:50 a. m. ':
110'1.'ELI-!. was In front. Suddenly the man gave your lsraYerS": he hissed savagely] quietly and definitely ignored. lIe died Leaves Piekens _,....______ Siua. m. office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning ( : f!
above the head of the Leavei Barrancai__. ,.___ 8.18 a. m. in order to insure their insertion l I I
-- me a push. with the words, "There'swhere raising the knife i in defense of an ideal an epic hero, a Lea,,'>. Penmtcola _.._...___. _..10:15 a. m. : M
COMMEUCIAL HOTEL, 110 In- we put revenue officers: I fell helpless wretch. legendary figure, formidable, sad. lIe Arrives Karranrn II:10 a. m. and then in the proper position in the .. ;'f

teudeueu. Everything new; all bounding from the branches of a tree, At this moment Grizzly: Hank the died facing down Injustice, dishonesty inrns makes to a I'.arrancas.Leaves trip to KortMcHee. and then re- paper. t.:.' '): 't,>.

nnideru conveniences. Moderate and landed on the ground. I was i village desperado, rose in his 8'a t. and crime; died 'in his boots,' and the Hnrrancaa_.......__...... Ilnp. m. t.. .
Desirable he the Leaves Pickpna____ ._. .._. ___ l:25p.m. : S ; J
transients. day knocked but recovered "Pardner, said addressing Achilles
ute to Insensible soon same world that has glorified Loaves Pemacola. ... .. .. ... __ 4Jt. p. m. -5- PARKER'S 1 !I' .il
b..ardt'rs. taken. 3jlm.w.r.CLAKS consciousness picked myself up and villain, "I reckon this Is the place whar and frgotten Travis finds none so poor Ueavei Pickuns: .. .._- .. '0__'__ ":15 p. Dl. HAIR BALSAM I '., ;. .1 '.

board- -be- tottered on as best I could till I cameto I was to git up nn' offer to be one of to do him reverence." trip Arrives to McUe Harrancaa and return.ISO p. m. and wakes -3- CI PrumUff_. and ft taiumtil bnunfo'the'''wi''halt. I I ". .

day can I found three men to take out an' hang ye, Hover Yalta to Restore Gray '.
hamlet where ye -
a resting
a
On Wedne
da, and the
i ali at the New Commercial hotel, !! Hiturdaya Hair to its Youthful Color. : ,_ +'
llo lutebdeucia street. Popular place. It was several days before I but I back out" t't'dle. Alarm oat wiil leave: Barrancas via Pick- :' Cuna flip....n ilt'I.,te,'...*lI"'r"i.1I hair tmUuiiti ," t:_ ; .. ,

r..t t.. tran i'nto.; 23jlm: was in condition! to take my departure.The Here he threw a five dollar gold- Dangerous things look safe and safe 3n" for Pciiiacola !nt fi:30:' ( p. m. ------ .. t'H!

nest summer I determined to go pie(v on the stast1. things look dangerous. The trouble is The General French i i't for army ," ,

I1)lt I" 5A.Lai back to the plateau first to bring away "Thar's the money ye pin me fur all In the beholder's eye, as the common purposes only and any mit-ider must TJ\ ,, .\

the girl whom I had found I could not arf>{'ill' to make the spiel!" he esclaimed. expression is. An Englishman was on 'mve a p.is from the quartermasterC I"t I'r

t'AULOAI: ) "f Kentucky and Ten- get on without; second, to get even "I weaken, pard. I didn't a voyage to Spain. take passage a > her. 1 TIIPqc tiny(5'aps'ii'.s : superior a .

:.' ....,. i I", .,... -adJlers and driv- with her uncle. I disguised myself: so know what an infernally bad actor he Ships were flying by of varying to lulsaiu of: Copaiba. ,' j!

t.-I d.! .. ." >i Ji.tft mules: for sale: that the man at least wouldn't know was. Go ahead an' kill 'im!"-Chicago shape, rig and color. One, the Englishman : o.n.. J3 T O n I A.. Cbet" and Injections. 'jl.'t ", ,
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> Zirruo--:sa and Ilia Kad 1cij( Have r.- .
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nt i i > Tribune. Sears tims '
me and armed mjself to the teeth. I noticed, was bearing slowly I down 1 no"1 cl11"tHn43ltlJul'tLr- I ,;
1'ensacola
', 'tOld .
j tt.i -'' went to Tracy, wishing to separate the toward him with her cargo pital on tgttre I YifZ '"!''''' ( 5OSIJS co.\I""Ji. fly u:: : I'u '
:;t \\1.- \; \1.I..llI, l'houeIj.; : ... ,"h A1
Man'n Inlinmiinlt, to Mnn. ." .
II'.u' .
2tj 1w girl from her uncle and induced a deck balf"a)" up the masts.'hat I r. 0-'jillo"f. '" fl.frT ,, ?: KC

woman at whose hoiiM I put up to First Iit.tective-llOw did ;you manAge could s-ho be? How could she hope, -- -. -- > .

FUn >Al.l.--"i: '. Ml-1! 'Mil I net of send fur my sweetheart, the girl not ::. to :get a confession from that desperado liden in this: way, to live out the faint- r's >' .I.J.J.: .
: ? ....-= A'z'...< ",... -u'S.5. 'ft.Jm. 4 't ..- : :
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who had the : = =
II lrIi'fl "i'J i.rt.-r. Apply to Lnowirg instigated euminons. nt M-i< >U-iou of a gakVThe ..-: .'. _.. _.,. _.. cycaycy_*.._VcavS.4. .
'II in).. iVM-y, ro.>ri jjii, l'hieeubuiMiui. I While she was coming I went Second Thtectiv-Weli, yon sees we Ilr.glish trau-kr was considerably !IJ. lJ; r '.. '

( .'. j j:11J7.tf to the cabin where I found her uncle. traveled together by rail for t-MO miles. e\ui-Ned about lit r. Somethinghi'itly : I"
With I him to First etcctne-r.ut what had that make such I Roberts & Dailey JDFAU'RS
feigned simplicity gave imjrlit to l Ite done to E: :{ ,
A JtAKliAl.N J I i-ii t>.. lad in one of understand that I was a revenue officer I to ilo with his confcbsion? rascally: "dink loading" illegal: and im- .
the lim'"t rt-ulrtiCH aud mont de- Second Uetecthe tinuplit a cigarof .:. .:" iJ
seeking my way to Irld: ('lmrt He offered pt.---illo. lie, scanned the vessel with : I N : .
sirtlifdtii'ii- "f Nt-rthwe-t Hill, the train and it to him. :'i
boy
to accompany me. aud I accepted gave Lis sl.i-4. The l't'l'ze was light but ( ) ( :
ul>jt'ct to ;:uaralltt't'tl l la-e at fair I If..r it he he t
After .
smoking thought( was going I iiJJ. :
When he to the where At la,, SJilcrdl'u'l.1I
came place she rode! buojantly. t a '
it.n-e \ earPlan of bou-e can CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
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i to die. so he told me eYer .thiu -
he had he made .
he mi at my ullii-e. it. V. Clubb--, given me the pu h. up the mjbtery.'V iii' ,j
lVii-.ii'ul. 6u-2 the attempt again; but turning upon Oakland Tribune. ), sir," he said bluntly, he.s ( !

h'm.! I covered him with a revolver and only a coaster loaded with cork" : New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. : ..

HK >AU'-Hi.- uio-t desirable walked him back to the cabin. M just:Monroe hate this Doctrine old Monroe For doctrine Her."I (L;j'I)l FRESH !SUPPLY OF 1t[{;J t\\J.- 'l

l"t in t.t'! City uu ta-y terms, by Meanwhile my sweetheart had pone said the beautiful heiress. _\dinntner of lilrrrtMng. : ,

tl.e Ki-mr K'-jl Estate Agency, to Tracy and limling that the woman "Will jou allow me to ask" you a '
"
? asked the count | RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS
:!"4 N til! !' 1'aHfux. IS iliiiIL.ardlaig j I who had sent for her had nothing of Why qm'I>Uun':" interrupted a man in the :t
___ "Its purpose is to stop foreigners from (' OF ALL KINDS. ; i
importance to communicate had returned au il'lll"'rtainly'.
I I coming over here and annexing things.
Hour.. i and through a window had seen "(\ sir: ," said the spellbinder. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ; :
lie then took the hint and made her Ii : ;,
me marching her untie up to the cabin. "You have been giving us a Jot of ) (
HOARDING: HIW I( .;g Whaler j happy.-Chicago Hl'Col'll-I1uald. ; S f&i; : : !
She being In shadow I did not see her. figures about Immigration. increase in ROBERTS & DAILY I ;
:tvrniK.Mtry/ IMner; Fla.. Mrs.1 ,
"iid.m When I came within aixiut fifty feet wealth and all that," said the man. ,) :
pMprietre.. All the muLe Somr. ()
e 'rnfn.f home at very reason.: 11, .>f her, my revolver lunging from my I'irst Hog-lie's such a good natured "!.I't's see what you know about figures !}:!) 218-220 Wright SI., East of Union Depot. I ,

Merit. .. Northern touri-u: ,; will hand; the muzzle iwinting to the yourself. How do you find the e' I'h 4)IId' 1.:<;. IVnsacola' r,a. ::

hi.il'i ideal to i ground. I heard a voice: hog. divisor t'" __ ._. ,_ : : :
an place j-pend, u 1''oulllIoe-l he? greatest common ,_ .;. _,.'... ';;.. -.'..-.. ..-b-.I -., .-- .-- .')-- ,
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1' "! --o-Koii. litilin "Hands up! Slowly and deliberately the orator -! .5'i> "
1-'ir.t Hog Why j es. I le's willing to IP'I ..
I knl''lIlUe whom I could not took drink of water. '
one a ( j.
)I ip.i.t let anybody else hare anything he does '
I lanetsis- l'
I had covered and bands he his finger at the I)'
wBlt't_ -'JO_ ___.. Bee me my not waut.-I'uK. Then pointed
went up without tIpl.I)'. Then my girl questioner! lightning Cashed from his : : ;:
I'.AUUAINS iu trimmed hat
came out. Her uncle as soon as she eyes and he replied in u voice that HALL & KLEIN
ar .U ,1 | v .MiK.. D. Nord- Xotlce. |;
Lad co\tTcd drew revolver andI made the jets quiver: ,
uie a
*.11.' I. ." ii.ake rot-in for the Mardi Editorial Notice (in magazine of the pas '
(ir'd, was at the mercy of two weapons. "Advertise for it, you Ignoramus! '
have and i'
iiiu-t room I near future)-Owing to the press of ad- f :
11 are -o low that they are "Mary" I said in my natural uiiec. vertising matter the literary features Chicago Tribune. 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. t

1 0 01ill.. UtMKember the I.I.I She dropped her weapon as if she I
have been omitted for this month.-
t :X" II K.i-t: luteudencii St.H :' had: been, shot and stood trembling lie aught him

:iOjlMI I i then ran to me and sobbing, threw her Slick (toClossomj-Is this Mr. Dloom- Staple and Family Groceries L'I"Select !:

arms arllllllllUIII'l'k.. er's office?

.,-\l MAN. umhrelli maker, 31a i i Her iinek had confessed to her that Pet.HARD Itlossom-No. Ills office is across the .
N i'"i ..1 l"'X -treet. He rovt'r-I Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. i
HfMiu my firstI I.it he had believed me hall.
1 pairing nf umhrella and II '! "
1 I to be a revenue officer and had sent me I Slick (leaving; the door open as he
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a -|crilty. Silk covers and
_" a UHl. i Jill 3 I I to my long home. My coming was to I walks out)-Thank you, sir. Faultry, Eggs Gauntry Fraduca. ; !i, f"
like the dead. .. and close ;
her a return from ii!< .M>ui-III! Come back
I
AX\i.\i. : i ininisj bored well-,.:I Well the uiide! was considerably cut I II that door. Haven't you any doors in Telephone: No. 358. i \111; j
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..S ">i' Hiiythins; in the groj'litil | uI when he found I was the man helu.d your house? .' .: t. .

,.. : .\,. line will doi i.LiiIlIII(5t5Il| he had killed and for a RICK Slick 1 -Y('>I. sir. but they all havetprinus -- --' \-. 1 r #
>urch;\ iij; to "f-p H. J 1"#
'! \ i I tiniw.is a sr<>od deal puzzled what to on 'em. Allow mo to show you. If
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Olt.p, Fla.: jlTlm
-- i i.41.) with me. We finally cmufroiaisetlby fcir. my patient double back action door i

Kl MOA IVt .. iuj agreeing to let the matter: drop. spring.; It closis without. bang cud LdquorsFort if'-

moo'ivhiner. he hat {considered Is warranted to last lift-time.
It : i I" \lXD.II; t-ijh;; : reI Iloinx a H ,

\ II I \\ (vernnieut putting a revenue man out of the way kEverybody
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*' : J legitimate. His niece had longdralcd I ALWAYS ON HAND I'rofrvnor \\ .... :NoliiiK Thln"a."Waln't .
:".' '-ie Express cilice.irrpired as ; ;:
'"- to clean, re- 1! his being' engaged iu the illicit! it a terrifying experience. '

.. ,'S- lad IPand irpiitle- huMiiess and btgccd him 10 give it up. asked his friend, "when you lost ;your d'l'tAT

..r nndev't?. 18j3m I 11 joined my pleadings: :: with hers and foothold and went sliding down the

--- _1 promised if he would come to Ohio I 0 I-I4kLP. mountain tide?"

Try Gunther'a Candies at i! would make him superintendent of a : "It was exciting, !but extremely interesting THE- V i ; -|;
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I said the college professor."I
Solomon's. :, creamery I owned. He consented and -TO- I "
\ the three of us went out to the .til1.l'oIll'alt'll could not help noticing all the way

iu a shaded cleft and. set- down with what absolute accuracy I Reliable Kentucky Barrel House U l :

I ting it on tire, watched it burn, Mary! ONE MILLIONGet was following along the line of least }i llV

I. piling! ou the dry twigs and laughing res.it:1ure.-Chlcago Tribune. tit- i I
( ANDREWS I
and crying by turns from excess of "
;, A. Friedman ;
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S.
I hnitpinos. We also decided to burn E. W. PEAKE fJr: ;

,1tC Headquarters for( _< I I the home which was worthless and iI.

the last sight I saw on the plateau was Our Prices BeforePurchasing. Electrical contractor and builder, i' i;" f

SE\\'I MACHINES.. !I the flames bursting out of the cabin in will do your electrical work in first- SOLE PROPRIETOR. .t1' : f'

which Mary had saved me from my class! style and at reasonable rates. ; ; l'

REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT i pursuer*, where I had fallen in love He can be found at 30 South Palafox I am now receiving the Largest and moot excellent assortment of ," tWines i :
street. Phone 203.
1 with her and where my courtship had : .'
I.: -"I"I 1'alaftiz S4tres'(. {concluded singular a fashion. Liquors, Brandies and Gins y-'

If yon want a nice present to giveto OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.! i
Mary IIn.l1 have l>een married many

years and our graiukhildren are now I 50,000 Daily. a friend, go and look thronzh the Also the Finest and Largest Lice of Cae Bottled Goods .. : : t
MEN AND WOMEN Opacity lerant line of suitable articles at
#S3fl. our chit (U light.;, Her uncle made iMilii.ibli Attention Given to Mail Ordars.suarintee
/fjr'l: >! l-y -.I'll! 'Jforunn tBrM J. I. !Stephens, you surely can find Special ;
fij t .'."Ov d 'i inHiiniiiiatii'ii., \ superintendent and lived to agoed l
arr If
4 il ., .UIO. ...r ul.e'wo.' somethtng/ to please you. you I honest measure, best quality and lowest pric{ Be sure to #:' [
[ .. ., ;: old aco. It has been the habit o' in the Diamond line
3 .f tnu.- U' nwmhrani. want anything; send your Christmas orders tit !I
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: *'- i'A] .(... ant n"l ulna- my life when trouble has threatemitIP 39 sure to sup him bff>r!> you buy. '. f .!
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Pis -[: '.1LC3. .,i .
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: r I'01'"Ul'U : Brick Go.
? t:> remember the baying of the dogs McMillan
\%\ 1'.c PTli "Id by OrI.t. S. A. FRIEDMAN : t1fi .
? 8i r !1. '. .. that suited! In giving so devoteda .
.'..'j-.(.w h.f&r y or jj nrr..nl In>.pl. :rr.rR1d.m .nrl"'r.fur me Hot Rolls, at 5)). m.. lOo I l i

Kj-g 1100 C.rcuUr, ..r 31Iftth-icut vu re.iu.t.LI !. wl r. -ClOICtP.ACKL1Y.': -!u -- I Pine Barren, Fla. a doz at Solomon's. 331 bouth Palafox Street P. O. Box 418 PENriACOH, YLOI D.\. f I' < '. Ii,
the NEWS
Try Want Column.

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'" THE DAILY Y NEWSl PEN8ACOLA,. FLORIDA._ ,THURSDAY. FEBRUARY. 1903

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FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY.r .
of Iowa, and Mrs. Frank H..Dunn. '"
flood to Eat 1
Things
t. The house was beautiful in the


The novel reception decoration room of Spanish where moss.Mrs. WE ARE UNLOADING I THISIS

The little girl and boy,u well. grown Marsh, lovely in white Paris mous- IIl(1 t tI t Ftsr
fotta, like nicely riaea cake,pies wiffles. bbcolta Mrs.
.A ,etc. WUjr shouldn't they bare them when seline over pink taffeta, with '
y a pound can of"GOOD LUCK Baking row- Windiate, in handsome blue silk

der-the best leavener- can b,hsd of the jrorcr with point lace, Mrs. Dunn, gowned if WINTER STOCK THE
r for ten ronfuT "(KiOD LUCK produces tho in elegant white silk with point lace,
."? ulcttt.Ughtesd most wboleaome bread,etc.,
and Miss McClure, gowned in a rich
': and In every eU-ounoe can win be found a
J ectlon- .. ctiona in every pound can. Are toilette of white and black peau de
.-AT-
,
you taring them 7Richmond sot was decorated with handsome SPACEWe

palms and ferns.! The portieres and

draping of the arches were of the
Vlrel. THE BIG STORE .y
grey moss and in the library I

which was banked with handsome! D l told you to watch. This is the space we

ferns, Mrs. Parkbill and Miss "f, ...A 1_ I II
Josie Holmes served delicious! punch. want you to watch. This is the space that will
f) .)1
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SOCIAL ECHOESMrs. The dining room was decorated ..

with moss in festoons from corners ii Reduced Prices.Dress ; shortly tell you thea. .go $

................ of tbe room to tbe chandelier, the fl JIf'
globes of which were covered with 6
Mrs. W. H. Pleasants of New
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soft rose pink. Tbe hardwood table
York and formerly of this city, is STARTLING
was! covered with lace center piece l Goods Wash Goods. & :.;,
visiting in Macon, Oa., where buffet
and small lace pieces on which rest- !
luncheons and receptions are given ed lovely pink shaded candelabraand t Department.Elegant Fancy Pann Out- .H
in ber.honor.-(Jacksonville Metropolis -
cut glass dishes of Marguerite'spink e.l log n/'jO quality, at..13l2: :..
,) 54-inch Broadcloth, worth .) SHOE
candy and wafers. A large fI $1.00. at...... ...... ....... 85c 1,397 Yards Fancy Amos- ,,(!t
To the'delight of those who were vase of carnations graced the centreof 54 inch Basket Cloth at.... 9Sc keag Outing at..... .... 9c :..!
the table. Here Mrs. Wilmer S. It 54 incn Camels'Hair at... 99i (IS
present and thoe who were not ableto I) 60.inch Thibet at..........$149'One Lot Fancy Flannelett 1 .)
Miss Ellen tf
Hall assisted Skinner
attend, "The Destrick Hkule" will by : Misses :'.., 5J-incb: Fancy Etamine at 123; worth 10:, at...... ...... 8,l'::0 .:.. jv NEWS.
Mi-s :May Claire White
be repeated on Saturday afternoonfor 60-inch Pebble Cheviot at 993 One Lot Fancy Flannelett tl)
tLe benefit of The United Charities. : Agusta aud Dagmar Holmes and f.lOne Lot 36-inch Prut.ella S93! : worth 31/ tl..}.
10".at..1 c
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A reheat il will be held in thebi3ntFnt Miss Bunnemeyer most gracefully .-) One Lot Fancy Bilks, your ." -
served the dainty refreshments.Mrs. choice at.... ...... ..... 49c Fitchville: Bleached Do-
the church Friday r'J [Ef)
of
IJiptht -
One Lot Eiderdown Metic. Monday only 10
your MEYER SHOE CO.
t.urit at 8 o'clock. All "ekol- limlett of Iowa, mother of the .:., choice at...... ...... ..... 353 yard! for...... ..... ..... 75c ...:., ,

lars" are urged to atteuJ. hostess, and Mrs. Charles hrh I'' (i:)l #fa

i served the most delicious tea. :.. Feet Furnishers for Cash Onlj.
Children's U d
: Ladies and n erwear.I.
Paymister anti :Mrs. Rilthis at the Mrs. Marsh's charming assitantswere

navy yard will entertain at cards Mrs. De i1vJ, Mrs Wm. Han (Ej::j, Ladies' Union Suits, $.50 Quality for,.:... .... ............,1.39 (:) 102 SOUTH PA1AFOX STREET.

next Wednesday evening nah, Mrs. Thos. V. Hannah, Mrs. (} Ladies' Union Suits $1.00 Quality for.... ...... .... .... .... M)3) ,'':",

W. J.l
/ Mr. and Mr?. W. K. Hyer enter- Mrs. Arthur rttiilman: Mrs. William ..., Children's Union Suits 75s: Quality for. .. .... .... .... .... 59c ..'} DR. J. R MOCK
tamed delightfully at card3 last Gonzalez and Mrs. McOourm who t ft ,

evening in honor of their guest Miss by their charming attentions made

Robertson of San Francisco. The the time seem all too short. ..!j Skirts, Shirt Waists Millinery !.


" vases rooms of were beautiful tastefully bride adorned and bridesmaid with- Edgar Purdy expects to leave tonight !Ii:;) and Cloaks. & & Department. & < rt1'' DENTIST.

n, roses in effective positions. At for Birmingham, Ala., wherehe 1 All Our Children's Cloaks and On account of onr Limited i"i4if.

I twelve tables euchre was played and will engage himself with an elec- I!1 I Jacket it Cost. Floor Space in this Depart-
Factory ment we will be compelled to .
IJ after the twelth game the prizes trical company. I. clean out all Fall and Winter j.'.! 28% S. Palafox Street, % Old Armory Building

were awarded to the fortunate win- ti)I All our $3.00 Skirts for."'$265All Hats and these are the Prices I 111(

I !J ners. :Miss Mary Chaflin won the our $4.00 Skirts: for.$3 39 that will move them: : CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.PEXSACOLA. .
MARITIME. $LOOHats for............... 79c
11 ladies' first, a handsome gold broach iij) All our $5.00 Skirts! for ....$425 ,160 Hats for.......... ..... 99c: f iJ1 I 1.\.

j set with rubies Miss Violette Moreno ..' All Skirts over $500 at 25 per $2.60 Hats for .... ..........$1.87 .l,...,.. 4
s won the booby, a little bisqueCgi.ru. ) cent off. $3 00 Hats for .. .... ........$236 r
The first .J'I $3: 50 Hats for .. .... .... ....$269 .J
gentleman's ARRIVED. I
prize All our Flannel Rhirt Waist at $100 Hats for .... .... .... ..$2 98 '..; H. G. DtSHn & Coo
971, '
GAr 6} Harold Peterson Baa: Juan to
Mr. W. M. McClelldn
Pt wan von by a H H KoyrHr iiii 20 per cent off the Regular All 6, 6, 7, 8.9 and $10 Hats at :ri
i hami'orne pair of silver& military bk HArs,[699, Lungberg, Simmons- t'llce. 33 per cent off the regular price. I'[4
town 10 order (1), Manufacturers and Dealers In
I i brushes. The booby won by Mr. A. Ames Itorutby.1425. McDonald.Norfolk, A 1i'

, .. Mr.A. Brooks f lJUsfielJ wis Moreno a mechanical won the con-toy. to Am matter master str Echo, ?I't'rnanlez, New Orleansto (;!] Carpets, Rugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths. ,.m.) )i'i'I' I Sash, Doors, Blinds,

i' 1 8oh.hH1. a beautiful gold stick pin. Orleans Am barge to master Yarkaud 1177, Carlsen, New : 15 Rolls of Good ChinaIattiDg', this sale...... ....18'Cc, the yard <: '- Shingles

I: Elegant: refreshments: ; were served. I I I,I/I10 I Rolls of Extra Good China Matting, this sale.... 23a: the yard (Eli..J : ii- ,

I 11 The score cards were souvenir cardsof ss II an.,%S CLEARED.Ger Petersen,by W 8 Keysert : 12 Rolls of Fine Japanese Milting, this sale.... .... 243 the yard ;:.; i

::1' Pensaeola viw;!. A delightful L'o fur Toulon, with 4irtu> s H sawn timber ()' All-wool 3 ply Ingrain Carpet at. ........ .... ......G7Kc, the yard ((1 Builders' Materials,

l''' evei.iru; wacrij>>yed by the fortunate tor.'arsedlaswith,:3 loN c ft hewn timber 11:)(lUU sr.valued lumber at ,J5:3><01-0; 1! : One Piece Fine Moquet at... .... .... .. ......... ...$1.39 yard laid :.!.,
wx sit sawn timber, valued at t>!i,4s7 total Brick and Lime.
puticipants. ; Rugs at 13; per cent off the Regular Prices. -
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I I Am lan Kcho,2U1>, Fernandez, by master Tolojalxono No. 11.

Tonight at the Progress Club, the I for Hal Galveston bk Mlro, Ail. Parma Hosasoo Bros Shoes.I Clothing and Hats. ; __ .
j Council of Jewish ladies Mr?. Morris I for Genoa, with 4.N.OJO 8 ft lumber.17'Kiu s ft (i f i1i i! d
siwn timber,valued lit$1\1:1
\ Bear's Circle give a Euchre Dutch rarmhum, LVm\ 8churlnll. by W n Ladies' Felt Juliet, Fur Here is. where you Men can Ln D. HALE WILSON
\1 Party, to which all their friends are Keyser ft Co for Leghorn with additional ? l Trimmed Slippers: at....$1.39Lidies' ,
cargo of y.imu 8 II sawn timber, valued at save money. ')
) Velvet Colonial
welcome. tilt : ,(i
span II Alicia, Ki7 Luzarra a. by Golf Slipper 145 All our $15 00 Suits for....$11 75 ...:>
Tmnslt Co for Liverpool with l-W gqr bales Ladies' Plain Felt House ... Real Estate and Rental
All
our 12 60 Suits for. 9.75 Agent
A JiCiit round 15: eke
cotton. titles cotton Mi
I very delightful card party and cottOQ4u meal 20 417 DCS oak staves 41 trJ' Slippers 89c All our 1000 Suits for.... 8& 'liJ f ,
'I reception was given last evening pcs ml logs,value lit $11I ,2a1l 75 Ladies' Lace Pat Tip All other Knits in Proportion. .N,
I Mr. and Mrs. Max Klein. Very Shoes at. 792 A $l 00 Derby for..... .... 893 :t1t ) 13'i South Palafox Street,

:; handsome toilets were worn by the SAILED. t: 53 pairs Ladies' Spring A $1.50 Derby for.$123 ''IJ, TELEPHONE NO. 234. PENSACOLA FLORIDA
Am sir Echo.:*W. Fernandez for Galveston
f I
Shoe, Lace and 'Button G9e \
A $2 60 Derby for.l.)5( :r
: ladies pre-ent, a few of which are with barges Ajax ad Trujuu .
67 pairs Children Shoe, A $1 00 Crusher for... .... 89o
,; given. Mrs. Klein received in her -- II f) worth Too to $1.00.... .... 59c 1')1)!
1i4 wedding dress: of handsome peao de THE MARKETS.COTTON 10 pairs Men's Oil Tan See our show window for reduced ell-
Huntingbhoes.$32i; prices on Underwear. I A GREENHUT & GO.

, clue, trimmed of bunches in a!heavy of grapes eilk,pussejuentary tulle- (:)) ,(::1.; ,

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ami relliaca. with diamouds.: She REPORT. ;" Buggies, Wagons and Harness. :i;! ".
GROCERS
I::1) ) .WHOLESALE
looked lovely. 1'i
very ... ,
! Mrs. Fannie Faulk. wore hand- h!.; We have bought the entire stock of Buggies, Wagons Harness : ;
i Etc., of the Beers' Carriage Co., and will make this a Special
Home black\ 'ilk.1 rd. Win. Faulk, Reported for TUB NEWS by D. }. f II) FLA.
f) Nos. 102 104 106 East Government St. PENSACOLA
f' Lowe&Co. I Department under the personal management: of Mr. Beers in the. ; ,
black silk skirt with fancy light! :
:; future. :
evening waist. Spots. i ," -.
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Mrs. Lewis Friedman, heavy black: Good Middling..9! 1 1I EJ! : WE MARK THE SELLING PRICE 01 ALL OUR GOODS I IN ,.:.,
silk tinted with jet and colored '[ Strict Middling..S 7-8 PLAIN FIGURES.

passemeutary. Mrs. Morris Bear: !I Middling ...... ...... .... .. ....8 3-4 (III: : mi1 BRA WNER'S

in blackilk !lace and dumouds. Strict Low Middling... ......8 9-lfi(

Mrs. Max Hear in grey crepe de I. Low Middling..8 14 i1 JUilliam loljnsou & Son. !i iRka

!. chine with diamonds. The visiting Tone Hteady.I .

. ladies WE'reIr Rosalind Frenkel I'UTL'KES. ,., ., ,. '
of I ".-. --..-__., -,.-- -...--__,...--__ .'-- .--_--_-...----,'..--_-_-.""'" C1E RAN CE SALE
J Hopkiusvill, Ky., ,gowned in a :March .. ...... ...... .... ...... ...8.91 "I.rr;;: .', :--'.' '..',_ .j.' ,-._' I

r lovely costume of yellow organdyand May........... ....... ......... ...8 97 __ n ____ ___ _h'
black lace.
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tJ Miss. Maud Harerman of Mobile, NAVAL HlOtthB &1AKKKI.tleportPd THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER .BEFORE TAKING STOCK.

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in beautiful cream mull with
r..t Dally for The Newa bJ RATES.FOR ST. ANDREWS
i diamonds. Miss Minnie Rosenau,
Union Naval Store. Go. FoRECAST-Fair. tonight with
4 of Athens in lovely white organdy ..oatw.Aw frott. Friday fair, fresh north to northeast LINE. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 64 Inch Heavy Ladle Cloth,in all

I 1 and lace. __.___.$420: H__ __12 S3 winds suits, all wool worth $3 special pale Colors, regular $I yard this sale b9c

; Miss Bteinhart.in beautiful cream WG_____ 8 I4J <::1____ 1 95 $1.98 suit. yard.
line ofBoys'
' and pink mull with lace. Y.._.___ 8 ft5 r.1 S5 Temperature in Last 24 Hour: The Pensacola Bt. Andrews and Remember carry a full Five Pieces Black Shark Skin 44-
: Pants from 3 to 16 at
11.._..____ s s5 :_...._ : Gulf Steamship Company has fixed age
I; It i* ranch to be regretted that it Maximum-40 degrees prices to suit everybody. Inch Dress Goods latest out, regular
___ .. ___ tbe schedule and
rates
$ following to
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i to obtain before Mlnlmom__ 64 degrees Look at our Show Wiudow for $|l yard this sale 83c: yard.
was impossible
,. go- 1.-____ t IO CRbelow__ 1 S014PIAIT. apply between Pensacola and the
1 iug!! to press the costume of the other .TearaNTlwa-6d'4 bid. Temperature Elsewhere: points named: .prices We on Ladies'swell Underwear.line of Ladies' 38 pieces Fancy Dress Good, wool
a
carry
1 1 ladies as they were unusually handsome Mln. Max. hCUEDtLK. Flannel and Silk Waists! at prices so and Bilk regular 11 yard, this sale

: .1 t and added much to the beauty A GOOD RECOMMENDATION. Atlanta__ .___2'I M Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa everybody can wear one.70dozDfen'sHeavy 74o yard. Hen
Three All-wool Black
and brilliancy of the occasion. The "I have noticed that the sale of Bismarck_.__ __-24 -M cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 French Neck rietta. silk pieces! this

tl gentlemen of course were in full I Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Chicago.._____..?.10 SI o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile drawers Moreno to Undershirts match. special 20c; sale 85c yard.warp regular yard
Cincinnati :20 4S train and the P. & A. accommodation
f.j evening dres. Tablets is almost invariably to those Galveston_- :! 0Hnrnn train. Thin will enable a 60 dos Men's Fleeced Lined Un- 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot,

From 8:30 to 10 o'clock euchre was who have once used them"says Mr.J. _._?_...?..-...._.I* 11 person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., dershirts, worth Me, special 35c; all colors regular 35c yard this sale
,It played. The prize a very hand H. Weber, a prominent druggist Jacksonville_4S 711 make close connection at PensacoU drawers to match. 25c: yard.
Wool Red Undershirts
30 doz Men's All JSsVJust Received a Full Line
....____h 21 and reach Bt.: Andrews the next
Fome cut glass bowl, was won by of Cascade Iowa. What better rec- Kansas City
I 75c drawers sale
worth $1, special ; Waistings, regular 25c: yard,this
at 7 o'clock.PASyENGEIt.
Key West._...... *" morning
Mrs. O. M.Cohen.At ommendation could any medicine > I to match. 15c yard.
eleven o'clock delicious refreshments have than for people to call for it Memphis_____._.2'1 42 HATES. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Lad lea' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
I when in need of such a remedy? Try Mobile_40 G2 Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. special Day Skirts worth $1.50, special salt
of ice cream cake and punch ._ 24 00 The passenger rate from Pensacolawill :
I them when you feel dull after eating Montgomery be follows SI; drawers to match, in White, 9Sc! each.
:; were daintily served at small tab when have a bad taste in New Orleans___4. B2 as :
you colors. 29 Ladiei'
Red and Fawn Readyto-Wear Rainy-
To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
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lese mouth feel bilious, have no New .so
your appetite 00 round We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
points-$6 $10.
_._. 22 7eSt. ; trip
Barrios' orchestra furnished splen- or, and when troubled are certain with to constipation be de-- Savannah. Louis J_.............._-____1U :24 To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- Shirt and Drawers worth $3; spec- worth $4, special sale $2.48 each.
you ial to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
did music during the evening and $8 60; round trip $15. '
lighted with the prompt relief which Circumstance These fares include first-ciass 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts worth $1.50, special
dancing was indulged in until the they afford. For sale by all drug Mysterious cabin stateroom and meals. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 98c each.
early morning hours. Sixty-five gists and medicince dealers. One was pale and sallow and the Further information can be secured 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured

guests were present, enjoying one of other fresh and rosy. Whence the by applying at the company's officesin 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to 13, special
Considered.The
the most elegant entertainments of Metallically difference? She who is blushing the Thiesen building. Red All Wool Undershirts at GOc; sale $1.98!: to $4.98!: each.ReadytoWear .
." name of Dr. Robertson Xic- with health uses Dr. King's New drawers to match. Jacket, oar price
,;I ,; the season oll. the editor of the English Book- Life Pills to maintain it. By gently We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.48 to $8 each. You will save
in arousing the lazy organs they com- We have just received Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at oars before
is our
seen Eng-
man, so frequently
and head off
t Tuesday afternoon the Euchre pel good digestion con that we can save you 25c on. buying.
; club met with Mrs. A. Moog. Ele- lish magazines and weeklies as to stipation. Try them. Only 2oc, at 1903 line of Heywood Go- Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at $l.&>)

gant refreshments were served and justify aW remark which Public Opinion -\V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 B. Palafox I Carts with all the latest im- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at Me on to $5; worth nearly double.
credits to a nameless street, Druggist. dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-pleca
the prizes awarded to Miss Barah Said he of the prolific reviewer wag. : provements. Call and see just j.. price off other merchants. salt, worth 11.50 special 98o suit.

L. Kahn, a burnt wood book case them they are "beauties- -
"Speech is silver and silence is I went to Pryor's furniture house ;
and the guests' prize, a picture
gold but all criticism to be West Government street and- Marston 4' Quina.
,
frame, to Miss Maud Menko. appears on Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look
Xicoll. furnished my entire house for Just
Hot French Waffles with at Ours. Remember the Place,
Mrs. Frederick Marsh received one-half of what I expected to pay.

afternoon to meet Mrs. 1* PORTLAND CEMRNT a It was a surprise to me, and I don't Florida Cane Syrup atBolomon' F. E. BRAWNER.
yesterday $2.50 per barrel. A. V. CLUBBS 105 S. Palafox St.
7 Windiate of Iowa, Miss McClure Corner Bru and Garden Streets know why I remained single so long .

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