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39. PENSACOLA FLORIDA. FRIDAY w
AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 6, 1903 NO 94 I.
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WOMAN AND FASHION I rest" TSuHnienly the barn door opened I 1 not
A VISIT TO ASOriginal ARMY and a man pale as death was led out i THE_ ,LITTLE You were kind to me on the trip, and NEW SHORT STORIES'Holland 't

Home G under ,
t !\mt ., Jcteiidt-d) for house wear area Great heavens! He was the very Image LACE SMUGGLER my work undiscovered. Share u w JoLer.Years "I. '" f I-1

...!' :11' ClBlh' of !>soft clinging materials of myself. my snug fortune with me Be my wife and years ago Joseph Holland $ ; .
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was a member of a San Francisw j : '. ;
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and '
& \ mlors are generallyniwd. When the Franco-lTusslan war broke Here was the explanation of all that t [Original] and together we will enter upon a career : ," .
stock which included
McKee
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Occasionally, however, had passed. This man was a spy, and I less risky and discreditable than company .
lL.liae: out I was studying at a German university Little Gretchen Lahmer of Brussels, Rankin
D. II. t
Harkins. Frank Mor- 11 .
.'ars made of heavier materials. I ha f been mistaken for him. smuggling." ,
,; I had Belgium...was coming to AmerIca She '
or. rather finished my "We daunt Charles Bishop and other players ;.
caught him: said the colonel tome It was some time before Gretchen 1 i l
course and was making pedestrian "last night. Had he succeeded in was advised by a business ccqualnt- could recover from the shock she had who afterward gained prominence. ::' ;

tt tours. over the continent of Europe. slipping away you would have been in ance to, put several hundred dollars received. Then she smilingly agreed to Bishop was a great joker aud also a 11 tl "r tf I J J,

One morning after the battle of Grav-. his place this morning, for we were which she had saved beyond her pas take the matter into consideration. Evidence good friend of the young man, and ?l' ,"l,

1qlr elotte I walked into the German lines.lIoling sure you were he." sage money into the beautiful lace was forthcoming that there was there was a continuous struggle; between '

find the I did not want to witness the execution made In her city it with her the two to break el1l'h' other up .J t't
to among officers some I I pad carry nothing against her lover but the several J.1
but with the colonel's during; the play When Italy's "IMque"was "ot. 1
of my former fellow: students, but if permission' to New York. If she could get it smuggling trips referred to and ."
: rode back to lie produced Holland played the part .
any of them were there I did not meet camp. soon returned through the custom house free of duty, she at last consented to marry him. } 11
i and after he had of Raymond Lessing and Bishop that : "
gIven me breakfast I 'I' \
thorn. I was taken to Lieutenant Colonel I,I she would add considerably!; to her little With the proceeds of his trips abroad
of ;
Sammy: Dimlll11 through the t
to
was permitted departCL'LIAN i
Schiff who what in the United they set up a small shop and lived i
was She .
capital. informed
that
was i :,
i C. VAX VORST. play Holland continually miscalled ; '
State army we call the provost marshal I I I I nothing one wears is dutiable. Therefore happily.! GLADYS 1I.ImIXGTOX.HAD Bishop's name in the play; referring to d ; 4

to whom I presented my creden THREE SHORT TALES., alter purchasing; some white and NO FAITH IN SIGNS. him as "Pimple," to which Bishop replies s t !

. tials. I was traveling on an old passport I ': ; black:' laaethe set about decorating her : "No 110. My name is 'Dimple.' ** 't 1

that 11lIll1ot l'I''nb'd (indorsed Modern Children \\ ho Ape In Touch clotbinspvitu/ it in such fashion that it He Wa an Enemy of Superstition In the last act Dimple Is caught kissing .. ',
". by the authority) for some time With the Ways of the World.A With an Exception.Mr. t'i' :
proper ; I ', would nt likely l>e noticed by the cus- the chambermaid aud Holland .\ .
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but being American, with no interest writer ia the Outlook after lavishing tom house officials. With the black lace Holley looked at his grandson say. "lil'lIo. litre's young PImple 1 j' :

whatever in the contest then waging pity on the little children of the she trimmed her mantle, putting on, of with a mixture of amusement and reproach kissing the girl." On the last night of .' .

t between France and Germany; I did rich, who by modern educational methods course, a profusion while the white on his shrewd old face. It was the engagement Holland dedde'd to get : .: .

not consider it necessary to be very he avers, are made blase before was made into flounces ou her dress be- dusk in the barn, a time for confi- even with Bishop for having stolen '.jil

;V Vti. 1 can ful./ they reach their teens, continues: neath. deuces "I dunno where in all the a line of his in "Separation.' lie confided w ". I

Colonel Sehiff took my passport as. Listen, you who are murmuring "old I j Grctchen crossed the ocean in the earth you got such notions, sonny." the his purpose to Mr. Wallace, with ,.' .

curing UN? that an examination was a fogy" under your breath listen to i sweet summer time, when it was delightful old man said. "Not from your ma's whom he shared the dressing room. .1'1

mere matter of form though an imperative three short but pregnant tales: I l I to sit ou deck and watch the folks or your pa's either. There never "I'm going to get one on 'Bish' tonight ....

duty with him. An officer in his Past the spectator's window one green waves, the gulls and the blue was any talk of belief in signs and superstitions ." he said. "I will call him by,

company at the time scanned my face morning loitered two chubby little lads heavens far ashore by day and the star- in either the Holley or the his right name in the last act. I will r '

looked my figure over from head to foot their arms around each other's neck. ry dome by night. Besides, the moon Fawcett stock that's sure. It must call him 'Dimple,' and he won't kno", .. ,

then said something to Colonel Sehiff The spectator thought to himself whata was at the full and beginning with the have come from that foreign lady they what to say" '

in a language (not German) that I did pretty picture of childish unsoPhlstt.1 I twilight, rose later every evening. had to teach you, I expect. lie had forgotten there was a ventilator "

not understand. I felt sure it referredto cation they made. When Gretchen was alone, but a young man, "And you don't believe there's any In his room, which communicated .,

t me but if it did the colonel gave no however he caught his breath. "I won an Invalid, on the first day out sat in harm in a bird's flying into the houseor with that of Mr. Bishop adjoining. Ha j h

indication of it. After the officer left ?3 yesterday" remarked the youngerof his steamer chair near her and formed breaking a mirror or seeing a black went on the stage very buoyantly and 'I'1 't

us the colonel invited me to be his guest the two who may possibly have her acquaintance. Though the weatherwas i cat grandpa?" asked the little boy' seeing Bishop kissing the girl said: : ,;

during my stay In the camp."I been eight "Honest? How?" demanded warm bo was invariably wrapped earnestly. "And don't you care whether "Ah, Dimple, kissing the girl Hello -: ::

presume," he said to me, "that you the other" big eyed. "Oh my father In'au ulster. lie told Gretchen that he a pin sticks straight up in the floor Dimple DImple Dimple!" ; 1

wish to see something: of the army. I and I let on a race and my horse won," had dropsy. or which shoulder you see the moon Bishop without the slightest sign of ..' '

am going to visit several different was the nouchalapt reply. I I Gretchen, lonely l herself, understoodmore over or whether you get anything on embarrassment stopped to the front of S t.;: I j.

corps today and will be happy' to have Before the spectator bad fairly recovered perfectly the feelings of this you wrong side out? Not any of those the footlights and facing the. audience, F.

you accompany me." from'the staggering effect of this young man, who was not only unattended things said: "I'm glad that long legged thing v .

I.m I assured him that I should be very speech a group of little girls drew up but ill./ She therefore devoted "All foolishness" said the old man has got my name right at last. He has "

thankful for the opportunity, and after before the house. One of the littlest of herself to him. Every morning at 10 with a reassuring pat of the hot little been calling me 'Pimple' for the last '

furnishing me with a horse accompa- UII'lJ11101 in Uiilieulties with her hair o'clock when the weather was fine-and hand. "I'm glad you've talked it out two weeks.. j

nied by a small escort, we sallied forth. which had been dressed hi some occult it was fine throughout the n"yaA'eshewot with me, sonny. Now you Just put it -- i". 11\ ,{

The colonel had his duties to i>erforni feminine fashion bejond the spectator'spower d place the young man's chair for out of your head and I'll tell you what The DOT Called tbe Tarn t-

onW OF SEKOE.TV and often left us to visit different headquarters to describe and had slipped its him in sheltered nook cover him I'll do. When we go up to the house, Governor mIss of Michigan had an; .

rather paying 110 attention to me except ribljon. As an older girl struggled': to re- with rugs, talk to him, read to him and I'll give you a little, old penny I've been experience with a bellljoy at the Palmer i

f I. L. i eustrahiil:! is an when disengaged but I noticed a dude it to order she said remonstratIngly in every way in her power contribute saving for you for a lucky piece. You House In Chicago recently The $
rule of
iieral house
> ./ ',i,: young officer of the party continually : "What makes you try to wear It to his comfort The invalid seemed profoundly Jut carry it in your pocket all the chief executive of the Wolf(>rl'ne State ..

:rov' "-. cedingly.. simple in watching. It I got out my glass to this way. Gladys? It's much too grateful for these attentions. time change it from one suit of clothesto had tried to joke with the boy in but- .

:1-'4-1, It %'i:, : .,If a dark red brablhnw serge view a distant object, he craned his short" The little tot turned on her nwltbl'rlng When she put a pillow under his bead, I another and see what it '11 bring tons. The latter thought be was In \
red
.Id! \I.l: \ : now
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,, neck to see what I was lookIng at: if I glance "It's the fashion! be would look into her eyes what was. you. earnest A discourteous retort leaped 1.
,
'ii, .. took especial interest in a redoubt he she exclaimed, with crushing finality.To more than gratitude lie regretted that "Do they really bring luck grand- to the latter lips but he restrained I,
in Ir"\'f\ : \\i'i' -p collar of
seemed equally interested In the fact: these disclosures of unblinking sophistication he could make no return for her attention par asked the little boy. himself and turned away. '
rfl t'.Ik: :1.1hlon.I !I. !lire: buttons "
If I asked for information he spurred may be added the tale ofa except help to improve her Eng- "Course they" do said Mr. Holley "Why don't you answer me, young F
tit tie I'Nolv.; anti tli- I\t II"1I i-lwes are
his home close enough: to me to hear all neighbor whose little boy I is just six. lish, which was very imperfect It U firmly. "Wheu we get another spare ; man?" persisted" the governor, still bent ion
largo; siiil l":1'J'. wIth a cry narrow lIe had hoped to keep the child unconscious time 111 relate to you a few cases that1.,
that was tttid.': } but natural that with the language of having Lid little joke. "Don't you
cuff. Th Lirt I I. rW and is
tiling When we returned from the tour, I that he is the heir of millions love passing between for Gretchen come under my own eye of lives savedby

tra 1:1",11'iD. with a bab.t l bask and a slight I was dlnl Ly the colonel and when 1 and had brought him up in the strictest vas becoming attached to her charge, 'em. and so forth. Course they do." .

-- 1, retired was given a tent with an army simplicity. And yet the other night as they should get on rapidly with mere

Ornnmriilnllnn. cet In it in which to sleep. I was awakened he climbed\ on his father's knee for a commonplace expressions. The young An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. 1

A fffltf wpt.W! <>f ornamentation in the night; by the guard ('hangIng Cowl night: kip, he electrified) the father man had had a good education in the "Some time ago my daughter

f.r'I.aln: ) s,:.Iii.ui't: is French knotsIn sentries" and after the relief had by demanding" 1'apn, how much are public school and seemed quite amblt'otJs caught a severe cold. She complained j f ELU j ',

bas! -k <.r In i gimme, contrasting: colort. passed awny hairing some one walking you worth? : to snrrwd In l.fe. This made of"Pains in her chest and had a

111.110)(1) mate'ral. Thoea also look back and forth I arose' and looked Crete; 'hen's hrert blend for him. RbI a
Whu bad cough. I gave her Chamberlain's I
Make Fire
Tropic Cannot
ff.vtlvo when) :tpphrel' : ou self bands to out. There was a sentry pacing before would wrap bin ulster: mere closely
I sn tlic tiTt'it of holding the bands my tent. The Papuans of the Malay coast of about him, and he would look up with Cough Remedy according to tillt j'

.!".wn. r-iiubiued with little Mlk button "Wr!)." I said surpris-ed. "these' Grr- New Guinea are still In the most prIm- that grateful, Imuid smile so touch- directions and in two days she was l ( f 1 t

', tl}.,',e :..'-,<> present a striking ap- inane are not hulimil to let people' gut itive state. They are wholly unacquainted iug in an invalid. well and able to go to school. I I l1 yt!: i

t'..ri" 1n.1 .tdd:, much to the llt'luty.f away in the night! Pit I suppose it is with metals and make their \Vh-n they approached New York, have used this remedy in my familyfor

,' \ I., army custom with regard; to civilians.:: : weapons of stone bones aud wood. Grc'iihen; began: to bi worried about the past seven years and have

J"I' The after breakfast I They do not know how to start a fire, her la<,e. !She craved sjmpnthy and t'.k
net
"' -till" ,tinier\ fetching ornai mornIng never known it to fail, pays James I
: i a.,1 1 K I particularly/ ('eful thanked the! coloiul for his hospitality/ though fire is used among them. When confided! her secret to her friend. Heresssurrd Prendergat, merchant. Aunato Kay, I S

'"' .. I' ,!'t I I" a dll't'l.t'untroot to the ant toM him that I thought I woulltate.lY a Russian asked them bow they madea her by telling her that if she Jamaica, West India I-land The

"'r ,\ black! waist trimmed departure fire they regarded it as very amus- would), gn ashore with: him he would pains in the chest indicated an approaching '

'1 '" ,li. i ,I i is wonderfully) t-ffec- "Where do you go from here?" boasked. ing and answered that when a person's hook out for Hume of the ofiicials: whom attack of pneumonia, .

..' S i."i the sami combination fre went out he got some of a neigh he kill'and each try to distract their which in this instance was undoubtedly .
bor and if all the fires In the village attention from her or, if they noticed warded off by CbimberIain's
'I' i. "I shall po to Paris then take a It
steamer for New Yor!>." should go out they would get it from her' superfluous! finery, persuade thanto acts Cough tendency Remedy.of a cold counter-toward
any
Charmingll R'at.l.A I Knew nothing; alxmt military matters the no\t village. Their fathers and \let her go uuuiolestnl. She gladly: pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand _
*' .. grandfathers had told them that they act'fptod his offer and when the ship
waist for a young girl, or I should not have thus boldly medicine dealers. ,
remembered time had heard from w
"'' ".d. Is made of white peal: i doctored that after inspecting the (;rr. a or was docked supported him still wrapped the Innnrorcaial- ltaak [ a

dt 81.illl blouse front and yoke ofFOR man army I was going straight to the .their ancestors that there was a time in his ulster down the gangplank.; : Swelling A great men l1abel'u left behind > ,
many
when fire not known and "
: capital of Trance. The colonel looked was every- "Wait here a niomtnt be said "and
because of their listlessness, their
i at me strangely.! Then a faint shadowof thing was eaten raw. I will see if I can find a friend among slow. F'
easy going ways. They were too .
these customs cfiicers.
incredulity passed OUT his face. -
would not wait for them.
Opportunities r
"Hotter stay with us another day" he REMARKABLE_CURE OF CROUP.A The invalid approached an Inspectorand They would have taken advantage of

said. "1 have invited a number of officers said to him: .
Little Bey's Life Saved.I them would have succeeded if the j
I to'II1lIe with "What is there in it for me if I put
you. chance had not hurried by so fast It
Somehow felt that the invitationwas have a few words to say regarding you on to a woman who is smugglinglace the opportunities had tarried awhile, "SHAKE,YOCI1011AL TOU'EE ALL BIGHT." ( It

akin to an order. At any rate I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It ?"
did not feel quite safe In declining. I saved my little boy's life and I feel The officer arranged that be should had given them a chance to look them know that It Is your duty to pay atten-
over and consult their friends or If of this hotel
tion to what the guests
spent the day at the colonel's headquarters that I cannot praise it enough. 1: receive the value of such information
they had only come back these gentle
\ : and noticed that whenever I bought bottle of it from A.E.Bteere and the two approached Gritchen."There say to you 1"
a
\ey1 ; people would now be on the heights Instead "I don't need to have you to tell me *1
said the !invalid and
the is
: walked beyond the chain of sentinels! ,
I. of Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got of looking wistfully up from the my duty," flared the boy. "It's a cinch .
the Gret
those between whom I passed': kept a officer forthwith turned poor
home with it the poor baby could foot of the mountain. But alas, oppor- anyway that I'm not paid to stand 4
i critical! eye upon me, and once when I chcn over to a woman wLo searchedher
hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas tunities never return and be who is here chewing the rag with interfering,
thoroughly and confiscated
distance officer every
went some an came
not ready to seize them as they flit old like ,
directed ten minutes until meddlesome women you.
every
of her lace. This
yard precious was a
running after me, politely informingme ;
"threw and then I onward will have only regrets for his The boy turned his back on the governor y.
I that no one was allowed to leave up" thought sure nothing to Grt-tchen compared with the
portiou. and marched off. When Mr. Bliss
I : the camp without the colonel's pass. he was going to choke to death. We shock the man's treachery caused her.
ik' had recovered his he started
i breath
At dinner I was introduced to some had to pull the phlegm oat of his She left the dock weeping. But It was Siamese Reporting. I 1,
I after him and in three long strides was .i-'J.
fine fellows and enjoyed their societyso mouth in great long strings. I am not for her little savings. It was for Siamese reporters are not quite so at his side. ''4:

well that I forgot the e-pioaage: to the image she had set up in her heart deft as our own specimens says the .
positive that if I had not (rot that i hake young: man shake. You're d
which I had lietu subjected.. During the which had been so roughly broken. I London Globe but they have a fine impressionistic :
I bottle of cough medicine, my boy all right said be, extending his hand. t
The next day Gretchen received a touch which charms the
called
diniur the colonel
was
away would not be on earth today.-JOEL "You called the turn on me better than i iit.s !
card at her boarding house with the Is account of ,
Here a
and when he returned his manner toward jaded fancy. au
been done since the day they elect-
DEMONT Inwood Iowa. For sale
it of "Charles Turner WhIt. land
me changed entirely. He was less name upon murder from that happy :
ed of atate.XeW'York
by all druggists and medicine deal. me governor my
deferential and less constrained. In- man." She had never heard of such a "Shooting outrage! Oh fearful ago. Tribune.

dw.nl. for the first time his bearing: toward ers. person and thought there must be some ny! Khoon Tong one of Phya Song's :'f

me was natural."If /. Goldring's No. 3 saloon at the mistake. However, she went down staff, was on a mission to Lampoon\

you care to rise early" he said to Union depot, since its opening, has Into the parlor, and who should be and on his return instantly shot dead Better than Gold. f

me before I retired, "\, will show you become noted as the place to find there but the invalid, but an Invalid no by some miscreants, scoundrels. Oh "I was troubled for several years m

interesting army ceremony. Then if tbe best and purest brands of liquors longer. Ills chalky complexion had untimely death! Ob fearful! All friends with chronic indigestion and nervous L tr

you choose, you may proceed with your to be found in the city. You will become ruddy, his stop was quick and expressed their morne. The cowardicedog debility," writes F. J. Green, of f-

tour." strong his whole appearance cheery.As la still at large. Six soldiers and Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme
receive attention and be made
polite "
"I shall be delighted to join you for soon as Gretchen saw him she turn- six policemen were at once dispatched. until I began using, Electric Bit. k

A YOL G GIRL the ceremony, and I really must proceed welcome. ed to leave the room, but he caught i M f ters which did me more good than >

t"(' > as soon as it Is o\"l'r..1 replied. her and brought her back. TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY all the medicine I ever used. They J.

f.lI'; ;, (I It d together with pale green Notwithstanding the change In the Hot Rolls at 5 p> m., lOo "Wait little sweetheart, till I explain. Take Laxative BromoQoInIn Tbleti All have also kept my wife in excellent '
is
"'..a fastened up the back colonel's bearing toward me I felt un- doz., at Solomon's. When we went ashore yesterday I had drnggUti reload the mousy If it falls to health for years. She says Elec ,
: gold buttons.-New York small fortune in lace. My legs, care. K. W. QroTe't'denature: if on tech tric Bitters are Just splendid for i
) on me a
Ij down of
cas There was a drawing .
11. ''j Express. box. 250.We female troubles that they are a-- :
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the corners of his mouth when be used C PORTLAND CEMENT at body and arms were wrapped with It grand tonic and inviporatorfor V

the word "ceremony" that I did not $2.60 per barrel. A V. CLUBBS, If I succeeded in getting it In without are the only furniture ran down women. No other medicine i.. 't-

frnett'Vanilk Extract has outlived like. I awoke soon after going to sleepand Corner Bra and Uarden Streets. confiscation. It would be the last of i dealers in the city who carry c'n take Its place la our fmily. ', ,
Ctlti'i! m. It is the finest and such efforts and complete the ,
purest looked out There was no guard several Try them. OnlySOc. BaUlfao."j..
line china 4'rJ
yaniita extract that can be bought. before my tent I was puzzled. Finally If you want your office amount I determined to make before a complete of tion guaranteed by W. A. D'Afom- 1

Once tried, always used. I went to sleep and was awakened at furnished. to Marston IQuina' discontinuing a practice which I cordially cases and sideboards. We berte, 121 South Palafox street. .; '

dawn the colonel's detest. No surer way of passing sell them fur cash J
by orderly.Our 8. They have an elegant or on .
unsuspected could be devised Hot Chocolate with

FOley'S Kidney Cure stopped party at a barn.rode a A short platoon distance of soldiers and line of roll top desks the officials than directing their attention towere easy payments. Marstonfy Whipped Cream at Solo1 : lit3} 'i

Clikcs kidneys and bladder dIht. gore: t.! !!atjvha.t .wecall_ "parade and office chairs- -<'jie_ one_.else.! Your few yards_ i Quina. mOD I. tf;

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FACTS i m ;r w'NES .At'bog the tnuores,of,the Phlltdel-
L Josephine Lane phis' Historical 'aoclet71s the complete

Petroleum hat been discovered about record of the "Court Held at UpplaadIn
forty miles from Tunis.' Delowar-River Frcm 1670 to IGSL"

A Society Leader .01:8.oslon Liverpool has Just received Its.first This was the court conducted by the
: :consignment of mahogany from Aus Swedes. Dutch and English previous to

tralia. the granting of the state to Penn and

after Five' Years' Suffering from Backache and There are twenty-one boys for every previous to its being named Pennsylva

I seventy-nine seamen In the British nia. The record is quaint One entry la
Kidney Trouble Was Restored to I Health by channel fleet. of "Jan Cornellisen of Amesland, com-

Tbe St. Ives (England) school board playning to ye court that his son ErikIs for Infants and Children.

has sanctioned the purchase of a rock- bereft of his naturall sences'and is
WARNER'S SAFE CURE. Cast rla III a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
ing horse for the use of infant scholars turned quyt madd" whereupon It was gone, Drops and SOOt1IW' Syrups. It b 1.I'a aut. It

Great veins of ore containing from 50 ordered that "three or 4 persons lee contains neither Oliulll.Iorphine nor oilier art-otic

\ to GO per cent of iron have been discovered hired to build a little Blockhouse at substance. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishnewy

., : 1 in the neighborhood of Yadso. Nor Amesland for to put in the sd. mad It cures Dlarrlura and Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth,
'I" ; ;/A way. man." In the suit of Andries Inckboor- in? Troubles anti cures Constipation ft regulat* tho
/ I en against Constable Andries Uoraman Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep,
/ Another bottle nosed shark seven
'I It appears from the record that: The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.!
1 't' = feet In length has been captured in the
,
"The Pit that this Deft.
complains
herring nets of a Yarmouth (England) hath pulled him by the Beard and The Kind You Have Always Bough1Bears

fishing boat. twisted his neck, and desires to know
the of
The promoters of the Jamestown exposition : ye reason." Signature

i have determined to ask the On Oct 1C 1GSO, Claes Clam winningan :
state of Virginia for an appropriationof action for slander against Hans I'etcrsg -

$200,000, payable $50,000 annually, the punishment meted out to IV d9f7.
for four years.Accor'dina .
terse was that:
it to Sir James Crichton "The Deft not being able to prove
Browne, the air'of London contains
'I': what he hath said or any part thereof
f'- 150,000:: proportional parts of dust to the Court ordered that ye Deft openly In Use For Over 30 Years.

Paris' 210,000, while In Argyllshire, shall declare himself! a Lyar." T"C er.\I. eo"Nnr, TT KUI II.T'T'ttr, '"
((1I'aw m'r4 Scotland there are only 200. "i iiiI" -

Ten cents a pound tax on color In, Bet on Sure Thing. -

oleomargarine bas reduced manufacture A broker telling stories of men In
from 30,000,000 pounds in the Wall street said "Some = 1 B.
: years ago .t WRIGHT GOfflPifl
1 A' J :' quarter preceding the act taxing it to Jakey Field won pocket money for a t' 'i 1+ ,
; 13,000,000 in the subsequent
; quarter week on a fly. lie took a fly which I
year. had been captured by a piece of sticky MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER IN

"Woman suffrage:; is now a fact inNew paper and transferred it to the ceilingof
South Wales;' says Consul God- bis office. The fly could not have LUMBER LATHS
,
in;:. "but as yet the women do cot take moved without tearing off Its legs. ,

F kindly to it In this district thirty-! Field leaned back in his chair and SAWED CYPRESS SflINGLES--{ lin.Dmt
I nine women only have taken out electoral watched it. !Some one came iii and Ia'J

rights." found him gazing! upward. PEN?ACOLA FLA
The cultivation of onions in Egypt;: is 'Saying your prayers, Field?' asked
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-
: assuming: from year to year larger proportions the visitor. --- -- -
)
and there are now but few 'Watching that fly,' be answered.'It .
markets in southern Europe which the hasn't moved for the minutes.' Then COAL AND WOO

Egyptian product does not control dur- after a moment's silence 'Say I'll bet

ing the earlier part of the ben sun. you five that fly doesn't move for three WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADF

Many cases of a new type of influenza minutes.
are now under treatment in north "II(' won the bet and kept on winning THIS WINTER THAN EVEK PEFCRE

t Loudon, states the St James Gazette. others until some one discovered the
The victims are attacked by severe trick and posted a sign outside the office SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCi/\

rheumatic pains about the body accompanied door which read, 'Don't bet on the

11.3 Jossrm LArlti i by a swelling of the legs fiy.' "- ew York Tribune. Thompson, Olsen & Co.,
and ankles.
i. "I suffered for over five years with milnria and Sidney trouble-my whole system .
I oat impregnated nith tint IK>I s..n. It aJertod lay funeral health, robbing me of energy The sum of $10,000 was collected by Effect of a Tr,pi... Climate. Manresa Street. Telephone 14 7._
1 and vitality, anti causing severe headache and hickache. The digestive organs were also the Hanover student societies for the "The laziest fellers I ever see, not --. ,
fond seemt-d tasteless and like lend in rav stomach. I passed a dreary existence "
impaired M>my barrin Thompson there said the
erection of a statue of Bismarck. The e\'eo. ESTABLISHED 1868.
into of irritation
and my naturally happy di po itiou was changed one constant .
f.nd nervous inamja sencits. project has had to be abandoned for man with the ginger Lt'ard'as downIn
Warner's &fill'ureTas the only rem"'!y ever found w!:idl helped wo. I began the present, however owing to the failure Central America. Tell you what I
taking: it in )ilarcb and U'fi>n> the warm weather came 1 was ii/mjileiely cured felt like of the bank in which the money aee once. I wandered into a little saloon McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
a new woman, full of life and h.pe.jit '
Words cannot tell bow ]iU>a oil I am to have my health back. I have ke<'narpl'titeand was deiioslted. that one of the greasers kep', and 0 -DIALZB8 IS- 0
i 1- enjoy my meals ; diction is i.'rffet. All my aches and i>"tin"have hit me. 1 have I When Henry parr of Columbus what should I see but a lot of fellers
rained nine pounds weight: and I ftrl 1 in harmony with till: tho world bitaiise 1 nm scttin1 round a table with a lot of dice
Ind., to his barn lot and
LINE ; Avo. goes steps and General Hardware
JUSEI'IIIXE 15'J fbawmut Ship
;; BOW Burton perfectly, Y8 S.Tbousan..t. weU. Very sincerely, MISS upon a neatly carved slab bearing the on it and all of 'em watchin them diceas Chandlery

r 1 lNtl men and wonwn. like Miss lane, have h'en ctrl of serioiis complications inscription 1000," be has lS"O,()()()) If they s'pected them to turn over of GOB AND 003 8. PALAFOX BTREL'T.w .
N caused! by kidney dLica.se neglAted, by U'aruer's bat'a Cure, alter all 6iHaiied people on all four sides of him for he thclrsi'lveg! which sure enough, they I ... .
I kidney cures had failed. is the center of population man of the did in a minute. Then I got on to i ---- A.GENOY
REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROI< I..ING'8 KOlvH CO-8!
BACKACHE. whole United States. their :1U1". You we, about every three
"SAFE CURE" CURES or four minutes they Is a earthquake i GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL: BON'S PUMPH.
j If von have pains in the lack, rheumatism, uric ccM poi:en. rut'ureaii gout, diabetes l. To lessen the risk' of disease: orders ; '
In that and them half
t Briglit's iliainllaiiiniutioii of the bladder an I urinary (.:;;au-); s sal.\log paws when have been given that all Egyptian; pilgrims !- country lazy turn Csrhji 'zll!'. Oils, fctlsil lostnomli, ChrIs, lickirs, Iti'n
'4 1 you uiinate eczema, jauinLce, MvelltiiM *T tlll'l'llliv'r: if a \'..>:am. I lieariuiluwu I senv I going to Mecca this year mustJ.cl'ullJl1anJ' breeds was lettiu the earthquake du COMPASSES. LOGS, KTO.
. batten, fainting fcK-ll -ciillLit' f.-iirilo t :ii:>ful po-iK1.-.; their s-jiii| i :1 you that jour UWjs haw i Uvn -\ t>f *i !iwy lu-a cut such .viitpt ius ns the \'j't::-! i. ," .,nZ1.s un.il they have Ittn, working: be\'l'mlmonths. sent from Cairo to Mecca annuallywith cl.:tjID.
i You Khuuld"so II<> tniK>-jiet a.r>0.'. 1-oUlu! i-f tifo 11in ntyour ilrisjiit's. It will: relievoyou a military escort Doctors will!! -
a as at once and elfect: a 'ix-mmm-nt rnri 1 It kills: all d.et;) p.rm;. travel with tbe pilgrims.The A New Salt In rro.iect."All .
w. IF IN DOUBT' AHKK Tll. TI-3T: inioni.iniinuniw sfcm.1 fir tsventv-four ; my best gowns were destroyedin THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacola
hours in a glu-is or bt tie. If then! it is milky: or cl'iidy or routnins n nil ii bb, brick dust snull'u'ers' of the United :States: that railway wreck."
' sedwient, or if particles or g-rnia uo.it,a out i.i it, your Kidney are dANALYSIS ..eased.i have increased in number about U percent ".\1111 didn't the company give you

i FREE. a year for several years, taking any rl' res?"-New York Tress. o-OF-o
the annual consumption of snuff as the

i It, alter you have made this tn.t, you lave ary t.onI.t in your atind n. to the 11(1\'lop- basis: of calculation. The aK'rogate; Seer Seeded Vindication. Florida-
went of the diM':: In yotr 3ysn't., .'" I a sstnniO or yt mr unto t'l Ih" :.11..11:11 1) 'l'artJIII.nt weight of pinches of snuff taken Ia tIl'fir
ti tl Ill'w'r' safe cur" C". I:.. i""I..r. ?.. y", and our t'.w j't"r1111 arch fi it awl M.n.1 "You were never compelled to ask
was IS.mwOii pound Near East Hill Electric Terminus.
to'lht'r ;,11 :1\1Ie: I.k ii, for a vindication? Railway
you a rl'l"'rt with a h ice frt't ut :"II' toy"II. a t t scribing
i iii Ji.1-"ot'I of the ki.livs, Gv! ,-r, M i. l I.v an I I..o.> I I. lUll I trcfnnt f\.r etch dbeat>e. Mayor Rchmltz; of San; Francisco! : refused ".1 vindication?" echoed Senator
tt All letters from a omen, I.u 11,11 Uk-\1'1'1..1 hy w.uun I in strictest oonCulnwe.Warner's say Beautiful Lots for Sale.
t Safe Cure is pools icvrtjiMiami;: c-oi.t'iins no t.nrcotic- harmful dui!!s. the California club asking the appointment I not. :My motto II'. 'Don't :got; caught;: In
It isreOfromsrditrentant .I.osaattotare.: It il'X-s if.t 4i,i.iut"| j U; i<4iu feet at from to $200 each accord
elective tonir; it i;asuniait! t''li e.tin bti>l aw:''s-m t-- t"'I'I.IIin-r. It n-iuurs I board of the city. lie says that such an I 40x137 $75 ,
the ts.-Ui'S! sootlies iiitlani.K-ii, :"11 0.,1 irritation; Miniul-it. ,.s i'i.' > fiiiiH-l.Iwl organs and appointment would he apt to create a I COXSTII"\1 IOS.I ing to location and surroundings.
t'als at the same time. It biuMup ti-! < Unfx. !gates itK t,n u.::tli nod l restores. >'II..r;y. You
tan buy S.ifa:: Cure atanydr% ;: ,tor<>or dim.t. ;.I1CF.N'1SANUcIA PiOTTLK. spirit of unrest among the schoolteachers I Every civilized person! aces soap
Beware cf o-callcd\ 1IJnCU-,-S Nip are full of scJiriint and of bad odor- many of whom are opposed to such and water to wash oil the accumulation Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

;11 I Ike/ are positively harmful aid do not cure. an Inmnation. I of dirt and filth from their body, High, Dry Fertile Lands.
t F WARNTRV SFE PH...* r.1"the! bowels pentlv and aid a speedy cure. I An immense shark was caught; lately but how many >ufl<*rtrs of con"tipa-

o n. ". ___ __ by the marines of his majl'st"SUlI'll:; I tion think about the accumulationof
-
' ---- -- -- h
, \: slip Urgent at Port Uoyal. Jamaica. It filth within their body, which I h The grandest opportunity for investment ever

j .j' i! Farmhouse Cake. A Wish. was so big; that the mot>t stalwart seaman a hundred time more detrimental cffered in Pensacola.

I A pound of flour, a half pound of '"I wish," said the rabbit who aboard could have passed through outside.to good health The waste than the matter dirt ou of food the

i sugar, a quarter pound of raisins, I I found himself in flit boa constric- its mouth without touching the teeth. pa'lSfS into the bow 'U, which are Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

one-fourth pound of currants, one- 1 I tor' cage, "that the :Monroe doctrine No fewer than forty-nine young ones, the natural sewer of the human

:h fourth pound of lard, a heaped tea- ''i prevailed in this menagerie." all alive and kicking, were found in themonster's ystem. If here this waste is al- A.V.Clubbs
f 'I' l'wel
stomach.A : to accumulate the warmth of
: I
r spoonful of carbonate of soda, one "What do you mean? inquiredhis the
body soon sets up fermentationand
I worthy successor to Musalino, the
r and a half teaspoonful of mixed snakeship. noted i Sicilian brisuml, now in prison, decomposition, Raises are form Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
spice, an el; one and three-quarter I "1 wouldn't mind getting a good has arisen in the person of one Varsalona. ed which are carried into the blood
of milk. Hub lard into the' and then if I could and circulated through the whole
gills ecare now only whose fame even threatens to and dice use! is the inevitable ".0. BRENT, WM. H KNOWLKH, W. K, UYKB, JR., J. H, KKEHE
system
1 i flour, add the other dry ingredients be guaranteed against being swal- eclipse! that of the other rohbl'r.1- rp.ult. Pre.ldeoVlce.Prellddot.. Ca.bIer, Alit Cktbltf

] except the carbonate of soda, which I lowed alive." ready GOO persons are waiting:; trial for The heat! remedy for constipation

; is mixed with the egg; beaten nth aiding him in various ways but Varsalona -- is Hl'PATICURA, because! it moves

the milk. Bake in moderate oven. A Doubter. so far has succeeded in eluding time bowels to".I.nnd. naturally First National BanlOF
't "And do you never wish to experience officers sent to capture him. without irritation, griping or sick
fonID!!. It gives strength and toneto
. ," Candlesticks. love's young dream! asked the The emperor of Germany' busy the liver and (\'I'DlulllcurtS.: I
Candlesticks either in single form romantic young married woman of with a unique project that will lie of Hold by all druggists OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

t l or miniature candelabra are a requisite her bachelor brother. value to the historical as well as the ___ I I
world. Some time lie ,
1- for table decoration these days. 'Xo, sir," replied he, "for, you military Colonel Janke and ago Captainsvon dispatched SEND YOUR ORDERS I I :

"' Among the loveliest designs which know, dreams go by contraries.- nsmal't'k'on: Pit-sum and Von to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I w:.. H.I{ OWLE8, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT N. K. HYFK .tI:

,li Lave been brought out this season Detroit Free 1'ress. Marees to Asia Minor to make topographical electrical work. Repiir work apecijlty. D. G. BRENT.
' I branched holders in silver and .
'. Are studies and to draw up complete
il crystal or cut glass with silver Wonderful. charts of the famous Imttletlelds --- --

I, mountings.: accompaniments are "Szo! Miss Mary, dey tell me dat Alexander the GreatThe I j I have been NSJTK'K.authorized to tab km P i ad D Hs m aU V Bg Aaagl BOUgAt d ;! T

W fluted shades in filigree work lined you shall tell 111) gharacter by my old fashioned way of deciding a | subscription"; for Win. Jennings'

with white crape paper and finished handt." J question by tossing up a coin is now :su-' RryanV paper "The Commoner.The .

tr: with white silk fringe an inch deep. "Well, to begin with, you're a 1 persded\ England by an Elegant:: pastime : price is $1.00 per year in ad I I .T.. 3"We draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Jrii-
'r;' dji i G'rm:1n"- which i is known as "tapntke"TWO j vance. Those de!=irinif the panel I 1 Germany, Franca, Anetria Itay! Holland, Spain Belgium RnsfelI

I Duchess Potatoes. "Ach, it U \'onJcrful-Tit-TIit3! cabmen haw the credit of snaking:: j jthe can have it sent to them by sending: way, Sweden, Denmark and other Earopean countries
; instead of "toss-1 I U.OOto the undersigned.
; new game public.
Remove the inside from hot
I' ing;: for drink, they set to work to spar, j H. M. ROCHE, I # f 'Veasela Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and! tr.')
baked potatoes and whip this well Puzzled Him Too. I the man who first got hi a*tap on his '. Car Daily News. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of negtiratlon Ten ,or Flf eer DaM
I with a fork. For half a dozen medium i- Mrs. Wayback-Such a man as opponent's nose being the winner and j I .- -- after Vessel Arrives! there.i __
o A S '1. 0 nl.A. .
!iii sized potatoes have two eggs you don't deserve to have a wife. I having his drink paid for by the loser. ,
I its bad Yin
}i Sean the Nats AlA3ysE3jrBigUitur !! i.S Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Oonnnotiofl
well beaten the and whites
l' 1 yolks Mr. Wayback-Exactly, M'ria. The last official report of Consul'
with which we hare a. Priva partment for the Ui
4, t V eparately. Season the potatoes with I've wondered for years what I have Thomas Xasi 'at Guyaquil before he I i .

pepper and salt, put i in the egg ever done to deserve this.-Leslie's was seized: with fatal yellow fever is :, of Ranters.DR. -

t, yolks, then the whites and put all Weekly. In answer to Inquiries abut opportunities -I

: into a baking dish. Sprinkle melted for the practice of medicine In (1 i I CARPENTRY AND KING'S PROFESSIONAL CARD!!

I butter the and brown The Brute's Retort. Equador. lie gave the information that -. -
over top very
quickly in a hot oven.A )[rs. Prissims-Oh, but I got tak- the a medical profession examination is overcrowded conducted and that in I I ELECTRICAL WORK TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C.. ROWE, M. D.

A man can never become a true gentleman en in when *I married you, you the Spanish language must be passed Ring op Pearl & Dolive, phone 660 THAT COLD. Office: 17X 8. Palafoz.HoarlfromSto9:5ta.m.and .

I r In manner until he bas become wretch! to obtain a license necessary to practicing I. if von t ave any carpenter or electri- TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. : 1 wlpatad

t trot peutloman at heart-Dickens. Mr. Prissims-Yes; out of the there. cal work you want well done. Cures Consumption .Coughs after o'clock
f cold.-Xewark Xews. Professor Eugene Hitter of Genevahas .
; .>> Colds Bronchitis Asthma
"; eWln' Wllch Har-l Salve. written a book on two female ancestors Try Guntb er's Candies atSolomon's. 3Pla.ono ODe
The only positive! cure for blind, Gems. of Rousseau Mme. Bourgeois! PncumoniaHayFeverPleu- -
bleed and itchia and .
ling pdeecuts? burns,? brutes protrud-ecze- Mrs. Bondhold-Where do you and Mme Durant. Mme Bourgeoiswas I II risy, LaGrippc, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD,
so: quarrelsome and eccentric that
ma and a'I abrasions of* the !Ok!in. buy your coal now? I 'Sore Throat and I
PeWltt's is the only Witch Haz-1 1 Mr Goldrocks when pearly sixty learn old, she was y MEN AND WOMEN Croup A TTORNEY.A T-LA W.I .
at the
Why
, $*..I"p that i I. nnd from the pure jeweler's of brought before the courts, charged with M tfuEs t:1.,. d.ebarcniue.nm.non.rte BzGfnrannmunt, Whoopircj: Cough.NO I Omc.--.1 Tbiesen Kaildinif-
.n du turned witch haz&l-all mhrn course.-Indimapolis being; a witch tortured and banished Gw.ata-d irritatiuQB or nlrerationiof ,
t areconntfrfVit.. D.\Vitt' Witch Xews. _. ma COD* Mirmbrftiie. CURE. ilO PAY. | Office Hours-8:30 a. Hi. to I p aj
from Geneva. Mme Durant maltreatedher r eat.a PunlMi, >n4 not utrm- Pric SQf. and j I. TRIM BOTTLES FREE ,
Hasp Naive made to eurp-countprft'its chambermaid: << wlo thereupon committed ,. TatlrAasckt.cacss. rent or poisonous j 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
; mode to pell. !i' (IGssn.O Sold by Drueirlill, I I .
are uI"i rts.IAllbaslae.s
1 will .
suicide by jumping: into the Ga 4 or tent ID plain wr+rrr. repair your watcueo <*uu Practice in iii ate and federal tr';.
,, PharmacyJonn Sheppard: SidnevKtbn. J.udgin's, He $est for 6c. Choae.f I '' \-r eiprfn. prrraid. fur jewelry in flrst-claaa style. J. I I ntro'ted to mr! will rt-= "
IICO.orllmttl'iKTS.Circular Btaphens. prompt and dlllgont attention.
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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1903.



CHOICE MISCELLANY 1H Kant's Relaxation. Over-Work Weakens -I

CL FOUCATARRH The only relaxation Kant, the celebrated I'
Your
Kidneys.
AND German
Bnffct Car In Japan. philosopher, allowed .

The Sanuki railway of Shikoku baa CURB himself was a walk which he invariably Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.'
took during his life at Kouigs-ber 'jl
arranged to have its refreshment cars CArARRJjJ .!).,j.
NeighborsMackerel at about the same hour every afternoon.His .
All the blood in
c served by waitresses, says the Japan your body passes through
usual stroll the banks of
vr.s along kidneys once three minutes.
Times. Every train Includes one such Is your every
the Trejel: towanl the Friedrich's fort The kidneys are your
car and each has a waitress as attendant and in these wulks he blood .
3
ill's CreanBalia! was always a purifiers,they filter
tea, cheese, kerosene This arrangement was started a careful observer of the phenomena of -; e/ out the waste or

live the few months since and the girls were S xjuse.sy and Contains peasant nature. He told his friends one day u impurities in the blood.
and soda crackers together at store no
selected from about thirty applicants as njurlonedrut. how as he passed: a certain building in If they are sick or out
It quickly Absorbed cf order fail
they to do
Laving the following qualifications Lis daily 'walk he had noticed several
-3
: iIve Relief .
'
their
COLD 'N HEAD work.
;;, Mackerel, tea, cheese and kerosene First a passable in-n-onal appearance; at once. young swallows lying dead upon the Pains aches and rheumatism

second, education; third, good health It pena and cleanses tne Nasal ]'aagsg ground.On from
Allays come excess -
Inflammation.
flavors Heals and I'roteets
have strong fourth, good conduct and fifth an absolutely the Membrane. Kestores.the Sens of Taste looking up he discovered, as he cf uric acid in the

respectable past. The waitresses and Smell. Large size Sue. at Druggists or by fancied that the old birds were actually blood due to neglected

\ \ Soda crackers have a delicate flavor rank as officials of the railway and mail;1 rial Size lOc by ELY mall.BROTHERS, throwing their young ones out of the kidney trouble.

are under the following regulations: 56 Warren Street.New York. nests. It was a season remarkable for Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady

All exposed to the air together First, hair to dressed in the agemaki Von Holtke' Simplicity.- the scarcity of insects and the birds they heart had beats heart, and trouble makes, because one feel the as heart though'is

I..- styles-resembling Greek Ilt'lWf.; second Once while traveling Genera Moltke were apparently sacrificing some or over-working in pumping thick kidney- .

':- What's the result? costume to consist of a kimono of entered a small Swiss: hotel, and as the their" progeny to save the rest "At poisoned blood through veins and arteries. I Iit I

an improved style and a brown skirt; head waiter saw his gaunt figure stalkIng this, added Kant "my intellect was used to be considered that only urinary'troubles

I third, the girls to rest morning or afternoon hushed. The only thing to do here was were to be traced to .the kidneys:
in, wrapped in a worn out, dusty
The soda crackers lose their own flavor by turns and every sixth day; cloak carrying an old leather satchel, Journal.to fall down and worship."-Chambers' all but constitutional now modern science diseases proves have their that nearly
beginning
-.
fourth the girls on duty to behave with he measured his wealth by his looks '
in trouble.
't. and absorb the flavor of their neighbors kidney
; military discipline to take no Mtrps, to
and ordered his assistant to show him Repairing a Crown. If you are sick you can make no mistake
refrain from chatter with the passengers to a mall room in the uppermost story. by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
:. Unless the soda crackers are Unoeda and when passengers are in the As he was making himself comfortable Wl>at curious old records one comes and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's'

I stand In the of the across sometimes in unexpected ways! Swamp-Root the
carriage to corner great kidney remedy is
in the attic another assistant
I i I Biscuit in the In-tr-seal Package carriage. Among the girls who have as is customary there to ask the came bilentstrangl'r Here i is one which rather calls to mind soon realized. It stands the highest far its

certain fairy tales beginning "Once wonderful cures of the most ;
from distressing cases
entered the service are respectable -
; many
with red and white seal which his name and rank. .....
protects
,
'i:: families, and they nave behaved The was that fw minutes upon a time" and going on to recountexlraordinamy and is sold on its merits -

will and decently. The consequence a proceedings' quite as if by all druggists in fifty-, ,. -
them fresh companyhad
their flavor and.keeps later the proprietor in full dress, andonedo'lareiz,4
that tho>y"pr the most natural and common cent
apprehended passengers: might appeared at the door of the attic to in- '
es. You have a
I tcLd\e vulgarly toward t them but happily things in the wt.rld. It has reference may
I f01'm hK escollpncy that a better room bottle mail
sample by Home of .
UI NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY e\eiy re.-pect has been paid totL had just been vacated. to Edward Ill. and riiilippa of I also pamphlet telling you how owwipnon.free to find
Ilainault and is kt'lt1111 other docu-
-'in, and the raihvny authorities consider : "("live: that to my servant" replied out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
meats at Harwich their having
majesties -
ll.c service a success. Moltke, "",two he comes with my car- Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
had at the time a palace at Telixstuwc. & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
:
for me.-
This is good enough
\( -iajre.
1\- It runs thus, 'Tor repairing
-- The Tnnuupi of Johuniip-Tiar And Le remained. Don't make any mita'ti. but re-
---
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-- ye queen's crown w hich ye king! threw
;; ;:; is town of mtrnb the Hoot.
; Johannesburg a manytongues. name Kwsuiip
"
I 1'ortrnll ..f"I>:. .... into ye fire Hem 3s. M. The points
from Dr. KilmerN Kwjinp Rw and the
walk
You might t.no t-:
; Chair 1'or Maltor
of JaruoH I:. Cn..hloj which strike one in this memorandum
I a 1.< u picture address N. Y.
Hiughiituton.
I IVininiviioner street to the oher aul: ou
:) : Wall stieet speculator:) Caleb Cu.shing desired pwiple' to keep are the violence of the kings temper every bottle.
at each of its cry nunicious cr.-s- at a distance from him while talking,
: : j < a writer iu the Cosmopoli- and the cheapness of the mending
lags hear a different lingo: spoken. 1':1.: and of his callers had a habit of
many
: j I 1 man pn-t sixty, tall, slender: process.
court of justice! is a veritable to\u-r ofItabel. chair STEAMER CAPTAIN
: \" .; well: shall luiid. gradually moving their nearer to FRITZ,
!. Within its walls all sorts of languages
him during a conversation. So one day BANNER SALVE.the
hl'rtl hal bu hy .
gray, eye THOS. CONDON, Captain,
: are "{lok'II. having been much annoyed in that
(' \ (3ewilli a curious very most healing salve in _
: th
*worlttCASTORIA
: | look rloamin with sar Ono moment the witness bo\ will LwIceuphul >vay, he sent for a carpenter and made will make regular trips between
; or ( ( by a sturdy black "l" kkin;" urn fasten two pieces of board to the Pensacola, Point Washington and
!* r.-stless as a -ajcd
,
mat *
like a couple of bones in the hard.s of a legs of the chair and then screw it to Freeport. Leave Baylen street
of lifetime
wear and tear a wharf Thursday at 6 and
a. m. arrive -
clever manipulator the next j'ou may where he wanted
the floor at the place
Rnmblln, yet with nerves! of at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day.
: ; in his views of men's mo- hear the elegant: French language being people to sit. When it was done, he For Infant sod Children.Hie Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m.

: (' a l literary style of re- unmercifully murdered. Provisionis contemplated it with a smile and remarked and arrive at Peusacola 6 p. m. same

: lucidity and distinction, yet made for interpreting some twentytongues. : "I guess I have got them now. Kind You Hare Always Bouglv day. Fare, round trip, $5; one way

of lan They can't blow their bad breath in $3. 12nlm
overstron spoken
;:
the native lingosAmaxosa Bean the71'
Besides
many
man of culture, yet a crony of my face any more. /
-- -- --- --
liabitucs coldly calculating Itasuto Zulu. Fin o. etC.- That chair raised a laugh on manya fligaaturaof

!, yet; impulsive as a you may from time to time heir audi visitor, who after several Ineffectual to=GOLAY= ,

languages as Lhonian, Greek, Yiddish attempts to move it forward would
keen Judge
); values a surpassingly: jet! often an Invest German Assyrian., 'furki h. Spanish.. on looking closer, find it fattened to CHOICESTFRUITS Grist and Corn Meal Mills,

French, Chinese, IIIUtl'Muul'1':11111' the floor.
';.; shares; possessing the
I)titch. Itus-sian, Japanese, Portuguese -oFf fl. F. GONZALEZ & CO.
of patience in bU cam Prop i,
-and. as the bong says, many: more Collar I* Good to Eat."Collar" .

: : street.t't the; extravagantly most dashing generous operator besides." is the unusual name applied f AND COIFECIIONER'ij [ \ ManUaotcrers

<' who serve him and incredi in England: to a preparation of meat CHOICE M KAL AN I) I'UltJoGHOCND

iUc to gratitude with others, ; Apleo.Ii..III.11 that is only slightly different from one STOCK FKKD.Patronise .
of 2ooo -AT-
( disinterested friends \ Egyptian mummy Yl'arsII often served here. Diual parts of cold Home Industry for there Ii
') recently examined showed evidences very reason you should bay your Meal and ,
:;
Hiked ham and tongue arc put throughthe C. APOSTLE'S
ofh'J'ierimlzl'll by not over-
Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer,
'i
of
died appendicitis ,
of having ,
adu-nturors; full of contra meat chopper and afterward pounded (or by so doing you encourage home Indus ,
so that the disease is not by any means add- try. Your money IIIt'fUn the community
to little dry mustard -ti
: : a paha
as of abilities-such Is James 14 Est Gunmen! a benefited.
and yon In turn are Indirectly "
hundred were
: >." newFour cases operated "H! and the whole heated. When warm, In fostering( the home manufacturer you i(I,
on in London hospitals last year, ress down in a bow, put on a weight Formerly Cordova Restaurant Ktai jontrlbate to the CAuse of labor. You owe "
Francis It to the community In which yon live and
Much of a Showman. all but ten successfully.- and let stand to get cold and pack into One car-load of Pineapples at 11.7 blob contributes to roar 1'1"

: little boy had a Treves has operated with success on form. Slice thin and serve at luncheon 'o$2.00ppr dozen. In1l1l0r'4- ".

ark!: which he examined with i lot) consecutive; cases. It is said that or sUllper.-lIarper's Bazar.Ilrform ,- *".
i tie modern line flour is one of its -- -- .
h'l11 .
pt. ;
\ : :: : i he exclaimed at last. "='OI1h CII\I:
: :;:: : of a feller was he?" the trouble has opened a new field forinsurance "Look here," said the reforming husband {LAUNCH HARPER1WfflSKYI .;.
of
the most
One
I suggested to the youngster in England. "we must have things arrangedin ;r, \
I succeeded in gathering to- prominent firms in Llojd's has made anew shall know "
this house so that we P"-\i .v- ...FOK...
departure iu the form of policies is 'G; : ; f
pretty good menagerie. just where everything kept. 1
: :" exclaimed the boy scorn insuring against appendicitis. For a "With all my heart" sweetly answered -

Where's the two Lead premium of 5 shillings the insured, his wife "and let us begin with ? CHARTERThe .

and the fix logged goat and should he undergo: an operation, will your late hours! my love. I should .

.:<:turus and the clcgianto- have all his direct expenses paid up to dearly like to know where they are I i

t the m ;;uidntrh'I't? Why $l,. In the event of his death under kept." Elegantly Equipped ( .

sot up as a showman in these or as a result of the operation a total lIe let things!: run on as usual. Naptha Launch CUPID, I!

couldn't make sum of $1UOO will be paid.kaican .
; excuses.
London I'olU-e Meluodi. with Parlor Car -
Fittings .
? '
This Is the modus uperandi of Lon I.i I'
he couldn't. Why, ) Sabititutca For C'ollon. 'I k ,, i ,
: on bay or fora
don's Two citizens engage in a r
have a thing in his ark ex The attempt to utilize two native delicate police: :
in street light; crowd gathers to see the cruise. -
: that actually exist. fibers as a substitute for cotton I
to be mill; four obbieb" appear, working : if.r
: Eagle. many of its uses seems progressing
: I(1t1ernlcxico.. their way through the press with a "by. : Accommodations for 40 t
"
,
; says .f --L -
Skrllr Liked Plnma. The plants produce a cotton of two your leave" or "k i 1111 I)' let me pass;" passen'ers. ..,;;0- jj l'I I

Shelley was walking one cla ses. The smaller one gives a coffeecolored they have neither billies nor guns. Two Rates very reasonable. 'f'
each combatant leading him aside
seize
London with a respectable so- seed and grows and multiplies
thus Landing-Pine street. Physicians prescribe it
hands and arguing
with no rough
Shelley Imdll'nlj"nnlshl.'Il without sill-''al cure all the year round. '. ,

after as suddenly reappeared! Its fiber is thicker than that of the in chiding tonpreu't ye 'shamed CAPT. STEARNS, for their most delicate t ."
o' ye'stlf'hat's the good o' fightin'1I.r'l ,
: enured the shop of a grocer common cotton. '
l is of scraps to doss. Now, run alqn Mftstrr.Tk patients.OLD J
< : with some plums, which The seed of the other plant alight
LI'.t;: .. to the attorney with great blue color. This plant requiresspecial au' behave jeVelf. There's a good and PURE. .;
Thwo words are accompaniedby .
l The man of fact was as cultivation ami irrigation, without chap.
!! : a put: on the shoulder and a gentle For Hale byDannheisser f \
In
>d at the offer as Shel which it will :give but one crop of conflict : C Uea & Co ,Ii. I
at his refusal. the year. The fiber is finer than the shove away from the scene Bros. '

other and as fine as the finest cotton. Hardy I is there an arrest. A brutal :

Luis clubbing is unknown. The London police -
of San Soyatlan
the Hnior Wan Dull. liilario Cuevas .j
; tthat: makes my razor so in the state of Jali co, who first experimented are peac.'lIIaker'ew York I'resa INSURANCEAND

a man looking at the blade with these two plants, is distributing A DoctorVIIh Kipcrlrnce.One I www I
:
> : so carefully sharpened only a seeds nil over the hot lands, day, while mending the roof of I

o before. for which it is most suited. his house, Chodja lost his balance and, REAL ESTATE, II IIIf

father," spoke up little John falling to the :ground, broke a rib. A No. South Pilafox Street. .

marbles on the floor, "it Birthplace of Trniiti. friend of his went hurriedly for a ha :;"" 1.Iq".

beautiful and sharp only this Vienna is called the birthplace of the kim (doctor). NICK'STARilT

when 1 made my wooden boat trust They first saw the light therein "Hakim have you ever fallen from a Partial List of Desirable Dwellings I.
cartels regulating production -
1VT3. and ;)
: roof and broken a rib? was the first for Rent in Various Partsof
: restricting competition and governing question Chodja asked the doctor. "f, '
Behind the Scene prices now exist in steel rails the City: si,
r.
"Thank God, no: replied the baUm
up. Rowland," called the lead- iron., petroleum sugar, alcohol plate "Then at once please," cried 1J5.00-2: -itory house containing!} rroms fi
go away
\ \
,
: "the people are mad because glass glassware, paper boots and shoes ail modern conveniences bach on
Chodja. "I want a doctor who has fall- upper and lower Boon corner lot, 1vIH
keeping them waiting. and textile fabrics. A comprehensiveiron tn from a roof and knows what it is!" nice yard and shrubbery liable outhouses -
1 will not go on at all," storm and steel trust covering the entire Itreet.135.00S'story., sic No. Tit East LaKna

; $ heavy tragedian. empire and consciously modeled on the boarding boose containing -
A Weak Stomach
not?" American steel trust has l lately been 25 rooms, known ai tile Ponce de f

:: : : I refuse to play to a mad formed. Even in the production of causes a weak body and invites dis cia Leon street.house, No. lit East Intend D- DAILY MENUS

Chicago News. honey a cartel obtains, and on occasion ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures 131.001desirable 7 rooms moil 2-story desirable modern section dwelling ol the :

-- the busy mountain bee is practicallyput and strengthens the stomach, and city on a corner on tbe street car Comprise all the Up-to-
hne.:00. fijtNorth:: I'.arcelona
Maiden Aim. ; street.
Her upon short hours. wards off and overcomes disease. J. .D.CO-Large :2-story dwelling. 10 rooms Date Dishes the Mar'I
was your maiden name? I asked R. Taylor, a prominent merchant of fronting -evllleSquare No..9-) East
fair one day. Chriesman, Tex.ays: "I could not Uovernuient street. I kets! of the World ,I.
Burner. -
? She Now a'eI'd 130.00: -Comfortable
was your maiden name new 2-story modern
weak etomach. I fiord.
of
: The oldest engine in active serviceon eat because a dwelling.9 roomsvery desirable section ij;,
like to say." Pacific reached the lost all strength and run down in of the city situated on :North
the Northern weight. All that money could do itaylen between Strong and DeHoto .
roadbed Vtelng streets.
ahead of the
west coast
asked her maiden name. and did was done, but all hope of recovery 1:5/:: /))-2-5tory dwelling In !good order with
behind her fan shipped around Cape Horn vanished. Hearing of some wonderful H rooms three doors from the belt Ladies' Private
I t
U 1. "Of course my maiden aim service in construction work. It does I cures effected by use of Kodol, I line has gas and water throughout
secure a man." in the humble capacity of it. The first bottle No. Worth Barcelona street.
duty now concluded to try
Los Angeles Herald. $:! .OO-1-story dwelling 1 rooms city water, Dining Parlor.;
"weed burner." In the fertile sections benefitted me, and after taking tour bath gao, with large corner lot, No. E

along the division this locomotive pushes bottles I am fully restored to my *r> West Wright street.

Island, Ill., Jan. 1I, 1901. a flat car arrangement equipped with usual strength,weighth and health." Sl M-story( and dwelling painted rooms throughout newly papered on -- H

contrivance used to burn the Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, belt line. No.-* East Gregory etreet. *
Ely Bros:-I have used an oil Sidney Kahn. Sl5.&-1- rory dwellingcity waterand bath, Regular Dinner Daily.Short .
weeds that grow rank along the right 7 rooms, half Mock of ground with
Balm in my family for of way, thus threatening when left to beautiful shade trees, No. 7u* East
.
: and it has become my CA.STOR.XA.. Cervantes street.J13.Wl8torydwellloK.Xo
trains the destruction -
catch fire from passing 415 East Gregory
doctor for colds in the bead. .of meadows or crops. Betnthe Ihe Kad Yel Hate .. Bor.tl painted.street,! rooms, newly papered and Orders Promptly I

freely on my children. It is The Increase In the value of real estate .tut f# Sl1.oo- 'o.1I14 East Belmont street 5-room Filled. Night or Day .

end to children. in Berlin la illustrated by the fact oJt .It .h1ll cottage In perfect, city order.water, newly painted, :

respectfully, that the well known Cafe Bauer had 110.50-No. 1014 North Alcanlz strbet. a new I
house In good order with 5 rooms I If It'* Something Good to Eat
J. KlMBALL. to pay 115,000 marks rent last year. You want a good piano tuner to, SIO. -No. sot East Belmont street city you wish,you'ii find it at .

Ely Bros-I suffered In its first year 1ST7 the rent was only stay in Pensacola, still yon holdback water painted a and neat renovated 5 room cottage throughout.newly ,.

with catarrh and tried dif 4oc *) marks. your order. Send it in. I have I | 8,00-No. 1110 East Laltaa street a neatly Nick Apostle's I .
latest curiosity is a baby boy papered -room cottage In good condition -
remedies without effect. Af Japan's had 20 years' experience and have ,large lot. city water.A .
the of ten months weighs list of *' 3 Popular RestaurantnWHNM
who at age worked in several piano factories, large smaller dwellings, as "> "
one bottle of your Cream nearly four stone and Is over three feet as a number ot stores and offices f Ott til
I found relief and I cannot taken Orders left at Johnson's book store
in stature. His parents have THOS. C. WATSON & CO
too highly such a remedy. attended to.CHAS..
Miss CORA WILLARD, him to Tokyo to bare him adopted by will be Leajlnc Real Estate. Rental and Inia4

Albany, N. Y. a wrestler. W. PBES8LZY.I. Agents, South Falafoz Street Ii



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groes the among war.us For who them were slaves we have before DANGEROUS Hair Vigorers Strongest in the World.


only good cheer and will be glad If -

i it .. _each a good fortune should come to Only 35 ? You look at least

them. Besides this, such a pensionsion RABID DOG 60 Restore color The
'.eNd s t the Pod Office at Fenuool, would to your Equitable
distribute
measure several
...MOonO-cltM matter.9mC .
.- hundred millions of dollars gray hair.WhynotPLSMSS:

: :-ntt'i Building, Z11K South through tbe South in tbe course of a life Assurance
rtUloi street, up-ilBlrt. ATTACKED UNSUSPECTING WHITE Society
few years from the national treasury

THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. whence now the nation's liberalitygoes LAD ON ROMANA STREET A Too Common Attitude.A I HAWAIIAN FISHERMEN. Of the United Slates.HESKY .

almost entirely into northern small girl who had just begun to..I

communities.But attend school brought home a pumpkin Hands a.d Teeth PlaT a Tart In B. HYDE, Foamier,
Terms: Invariably in Advance. TODAY.A stt-d and told her mother that the I Capturing the Octopus.

.P..Year by Mmll_____tt 00 there is very little probability teacher: said that, although the seed I Tbe native fisherman of Hawaii, -
IM* Moatbi ___ ___ :i 60 that this proposition has been
Oft ",.. ,by Carrier Payable Monday 10 was white, the pumpkin would be yel- while an adept with the book and line, Preliminary Statement, Jan. i, 1JOa: ,
offered on its merits and will be large shaggy black dog trotted low. does not scorn to use his hands to cap
Outstanding Assutance
inrtisiiig Hates Furnished on Application honestly championed by Mr. Hannaor complacently along Romana street "And what will the color of the Tines ture his prey when occasion arises. U,2.lOlCto'

any other of the northern states her asked the mother. The bonito is the fish most generally Income ...... .... .... ... 6

TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEIBAOOLA men witb tbe intention of benefitingthe this morning at 7 o'clock until be The little girl replied that the teacher caught with book and line and as the New ,000,0&) )

old negroes. It points almost as found a front gate standing aJ u. In bad not taught her that. hook used is of mother of pearl, made Assurance 275,000,00

"But," said her mother, "you know, from the shell of a mollusk now quite A .
clear as day to the candidacy of Mr. to the yard be went and was met bya 3GOO' .CI.(
dear, for we have pumpkin Tines: In
rare, which glistens with an Irides-
pretty pug pup. our garden. rence similar to the shimmer from the ;. and
can nomination, and this pension
closed in on tbe smaller "Of course I do. but we ain't expected: scales of the smaller kinds of fish'on allother liabilities. .. 2S.3l(1.
.
Idea Is intended to knock tbe very to know anything until ."
we are taught.l"outh.s
which the bonito lives bait is need
IEB 6 1903'THE stuffing out of Roosevelt's plan of animal and was using it rather Companion ed. The barb of these, no hooks is of Surplus... ...... ... ... 75 i ,
getting a cinch on the southern dele- roughly when frightened away. bone and The
_. - - two tufts of hogs bristlesattached largest Increase ever made in say
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gations by tbe distribution of plumsin toward Palafox FinE Ohio Canal. In the
Running street at right angles to the barbed hIstory of tbe Society.
state of Vermont has just badn
The construction of canals be-
the postofHce and custom serviceto was end keep the inner side that the
election and according to the press the shaggy and dangerous dog met in up so JAMES W. ALEXANDER, Prt'
gun 1823. and by 1siUO miles of idfl::.
few
a ambitious negro politicians hook lies fiat on the surface of the
reports the local option advocates and attacked a carrier boy, and navigable canals were completed. The
who are in many instances not so sea. When a likely. fishing groundhas JAMES H. HYDE, VIce-Presidt,
carried the state by about 2000 ma. opening of the first Ohio lAnai was
tried hard Inflict
very closely identified with the mass to punishment on been reached, the fisherman, bland-
accomplished July 4. 1SC7.: On that
Vermont has bad prohibi-
jority. of voters of their own race and the unsuspecting lad. The boy saw day the first boat Descended from ing up In the canoe, casts out his line
lion for about ball a century and violently, so that the hook falls witha
color the animal sbowed Akron to Cleveland. She cheered
peculiar signs; was OOWLES
I cow proposes to let the cities and slap on the water and attracts the BROS.,
on her by thousands of
'k towns decide for themselves whether and by quick forethought, turned passage people attention of the fish. The line and I
A Thousand Dollars Thrcwn who assembled from the adjacent country General Agents,
Intoxicating: liquors shall be sold Awjy. him the other way but not until it to witness the novel and interesting book are then drawn rapidly toward

or not. That will allord a good text Mr.V.. W. Baker, of Piainview, had snapped at the boy a number of sight. i the boat, as though: it were a spoon, I 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA
Xeb. writes wife had and the bonito taking the hook to lie
"My
1 lor Sam Jones. : lung I -
times. a small fish rises to it immediately.It .
trouble for over fifteen years. We Gifted Conrernationnlliit.
is fortunate for the fisherman that I VC\WHY NOT THE BEST ? '
"She has wonderful ,
tried a number cf doctors and spent The animal then ran east on Ito- conversational
JOHN ALEX DOWIE of Chicago, powers" said Miss Cayenne. lie has to waste no time in baiting his i
over a thousand dollars without any mana very rapidly, snapping at objects -
tbe second prophet Elij ib, u preparing "But she tlol m't talk a great deal." j hook for this method of casting frightens i
relief. She was very low and I lost as be ran, and attacked another the school and the fish disappear filE>>
to deceud on New York city "Xo; I never knew any one who I f EnC>>llNTS

with 3,000 missionaries with the all hope, when a friend suggested! dog near Alcauiz! strtet, giving showed such discretion in the selectionof within ten or tiftit-n minutes. :

trying Foley's Honey and Tar, i things to be left uusaid.Washington '! An ingenious )plan by which very :
avowed of gathering into the him a number of wounds. Continuing -
purpose which I did ; and thanks to this tilr. lagfish are caught is by planting, a : TRANSfER co.

fold lO ,ooo converts. He has leased great remedy, it saved: her life. She to lace east, It was seen by several Ion? )lOC: on the shore In suih a position .

Madison fc'quare:: Garden for two Is stronger and enjoys better health whose acrobatic as to cause it to loan dwidfdly to-
,
negroes agility A
Guaranteed Cure lor I'iles Having been awarded
the
weeks and there is a probability that than she has ever ktiowu'in ten iva.-.l the W lh'l". On the top) of thisa contrari
years. We shall never be withoutFoley's in scaling fences then suddenly asserted I Itching Rllnd. lilerdlnt or Protruding for carrying the U. S. Mail betwtbe .
he will be sUcc siful. Any slick Honpy and Tar aid would Piles. Your rtrugeUt will refund jour bell is anaugt-d so that it can swing! L. & N. Depot and Post Offl.
offer itself and all of them placed I clear of the top of the pole. A block and alo
the
talker with a new religion to aik those afflicted to try it." W. A. money If I'\XO OINTMK.NT fails to cure I exclusive bapfrajrepnv

can always get a plenty of willing D'Alemberre.FLORIDA. the fence between them and the you. 50 cents. and fall are also attached to the pole I If-ge on all trains entering the oitj

: dupes, and tbe greater the strain ont clov t<. tho to;>. and a long: line, with I we are prepared to tran-fer bam; :
street. I A Cure For Lumbago. luiti'd hook at the end. is nm throughthe ; and pas--eugis to and frmn all n"'.
their faith the easier it u to I i
: get tj-U, residences
them. The dog showed outward signs of AV. C.Williams of Amherst, Va., blotk and allowed to float out to I night. and trains, day 01Promt
I '
_ I sea. the Kind < Ld lit-ing' tied In !
the rabbles, but some other troubles L says: "For more than a year I uf.fsred a sliti- i
t knot to the botom: of the jwle. As soon & Eeliable
ii REPRESENTATIVE JENKINS 01Wi"cou"in said to have been the real cause from lumbago. I finally tried as a fish is luxikid its struggles SCITice GllffitCCSe (,
: cause |
1 the chairman of the SOLDIERSWILL of its action. Policemen were notified Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it the bell to ring, whereupon the fisherman i \ also conduct a Freight IMiv

, House judiciary committee, has introduced entire relief Pry Business-haul
* gave me which all runs to the pole loosens the slip. < J pianos. Mft.
:jI a bill in congress to amead and should the dangerous cur other rernpdits had failed to do." knot and pla.vs the fish until he has )h able machinery and furniture at Kea-on-

tbe constitution so a:! to provide come along he will find some ready Sold by all druggists and medicine drowned it, when it is hauled l ashore. Prices.
BE CALLED TO MEET IN dealers. I Telephone your orders to F. R
against plural marriages aud to deny pistol shots ready for his worthless --- -- In fishing for octopus) the native dives Pou's Livery Htables Phone 31. or

l.f tbe right of polygamists to sit in JACKSONVILLE IN MARCH.Gen. body. Arsenic'and Canc r. to the bottom and with a stick )pokes I IarjunJ Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's, Resident

. t1- congress. Mr. Jenkins: says his bill Dr. Patrick Matron has recently in the small holes In which the !i Phone 3o4.MERCHANTS.

*:i is aimed at the Utah senator, Mr. shown that Chin ,..e tobacco often octopus liu's.Vhra he touches one. :'I TRANSFER CO.
NORMAN KILLED DOC WEDNESDAY it seizes the stlik and allows him to .
.J tJmoot. How a constitutional amendment Clifford Foster contains: : appreciable quantities of ,
Adjutant Iawit out of the hole. When he .: MRS. 11. JI. IIALL fAnK, Prop
' can be worked around soon arsenic, introduced mainly with the
General of the Florida Htite Troops, ON SOUTH DEViLLIERSSTREET. reachts the! surface, the native grabs .J hit ARRY HAI.LlrARITransfH:
! I, Agt
; head oil tbe Mormon idea of theviv.l llaor. }
enough to tetu giving: a garlic -
with his
., has decided to call the bands and bites lulu the :, L.4 N, It. K. l'o.,.ana P.4 A. lily.'iIioIe"t1g .
proposed
tot we can't see, but perhaps Mr. ," The belief is gaining ground in I bcjd. thus Killing: the nninial. i

I',t,1 Jenkins: thinks he can. meeting of all the officers of the state Engliffli medical circles that the iI i ii

for the of arsenic in tobacco and I'
troops secondVedneday in presence I FRUITS AND FLOWERS.I Tim

$J' "SOtTlU.R Resources and De- :March the meeting to take place in I \\VdnesJ:ly evet.it:g a hOlli lH"I i food products, i is rel'pom'iJle for the 1

t'! Tfcli>piiiet"i3 the title of a neatly great increase in the nuuib of : I>o not l h t rubbish of kind lie '
I any
lit primed booklet being distributed by Jack.-ollvile! and the troops of that I cur chaed children, dogs arid everything cases: of cancer. tkn'eath! tl.i' tn'l.-''. It harbors \enuin.un- JAt 'JY GR ?r1Y? t

RI officials tbe: L. & 1'\. railioad company city will provide entertaining the else it could tee, and Mr. C. H. ., I A Ylrtll1r lawn always looks barrens t
....I.... E.aIIII..
, 'Ibe book contains the ad- strangirs who attend.As Norman, upon being notified of the !:out tome ornameutal trees and i iI
(J xl I is tIme :
() as et'.ili'g; record of II.M. : awl
J I dles of Mr. C. L. stone General I f-hrul'S.
has been stated the meetingwill matter, loaded his shotgun and went S. T.-rnl.Ie.. is quitf eclipsed! by Hctail I I (;l'llC'c'r...
PaeSelJglf agent of the Louisville I .\s! II!! rpiilc! or hear orchard' will lasta
lie the pei font:aico of th<' I'nr'r'sl i>f Chi-
dog met the dreaded
and Isuslivale Railroad before a be held for the purpose of considering 'I hunting na. SI'o toi.k (lU U.iinl, 1.U10: tons of lfriinc, p.iiticular care inu-t be tak- l1I\IHJI'.UI1w: toni

I, meUiUK of tbe Commercial Club of I important matters concern animal and well directed shots put bunker coal: In the remarkably quick t'U ill t II'" 1'. :e(11iil or rari'til's. i

*:, LouisiuLu TtXas and Mississippi ing the feature of the state troops, him out of business in short order. tini of three and one-half hours the If curnriHnad gooseberries are vrun-:': 'Family, Fancy and Staple

1 ..\ held at >ew Uiltutii, on January 'I one of which i is the probable! actuTu This dog had bitten several others! quickest on record in Nagasaki and, ctl in trie form tiny will bear larger i'| Groceries <

fr. 14,11K)3. '1 Le auurees i= a able I we lH:>\'('. the t on record for 111.11liilt'r fruit. I'miip every year. i i iTo k k
very
to be taken by the legislature at the before being killed. the 'iS(.rd.: ba\4 a lowKI garden the land must .
cue and interesting to all who would I '--- -- :: ;and All Kind of Up-to-date Fanrv
I I IIP Uej't net by beral tl'I' of
manure.
next session .
like to regarding tbe passage: !to" helter Off.'iior I t Goods
cte Immigration
encouraged. For Over Suty Yeare.M1th.IsLow's ,
Iuting; the winter is the best; time toni
_. Kobinson: : lie couldn't make
a
--- of the National \Vf
---- Guards: bill by con- are Hole Distributors i forV-
FKtM the U. Weather and Crop: j iOUTBI9YKtP: haoeen I living; and married a woman with l ly it. i j,. Florida for the Celebrated Cafe di.

Bulletin the following facts: aregleanei gre- used for over slit} years by millions) I money." Nearly all houv jil.inls will bp bciiPfltod --' :Monde Coffee, Sweet Home :MoU-

-- the I There will proabbly be many mothers for their children w bile teething "P.ut I isn't he nil right rowi""Hardly. b.V bnilg! the! bl.KxiIIIS that 111..1 j. *<>a, Illini and Climax: Flour*, 15iyl.' .
as regards rainfall and with perfect Bucceas. JlBOOibn the cliiia
I 'lie is so close with it that pi-jr immedintely aft'-r planting in IK..IS Ielicatesen, Of'rmtnAm| e r i c a ii
tempeiutuie of Peuacola for the prominent men from all parts of the softens tbe gums,allays all paincure. WIULzolic '
,and U the beet remedy for Diarrlioro. ,, lie has to work harder than e\"er.-" jirunril '>;r. Let tin-! plant get well establ Food Cn. >! Canned Meats. Etc. All

iiioiitli ot January. .1hellllrmal tun- I state at this meeting, and a discussion It will relieve the poor little sufferer tm Life. >!ud before l\\tring.! ; of which are Fold by all lirst-ch-

peiatuie lor Joiiuaryij given as b'2\\ of the various matters proposed mediately. Hold by Urugjibt* in every pan The rV I' is a hearty feeder and will i Retail Grocers in the city.BO'2.iO .

r dtg.; !aUlA tile average daily departure of tbe world. Twenty-live cents a bottle But They Help Not a LIlI. then'fore liar annual manuring, but I!i I MU'HI ".\1.\ FOX

I- for the uiouth ju..t past, 2 deg. will be interesting.It He sure you ask fur "M re.Wlnslow'e ttootb "fif course clothes don't make the oH.v well rotted and thoroughly fined ,! .

The normal rainfall for January i is i is certain there will be a large lag Hyrup, and take no other kind. inn n." nianuri' t-l.ould !IIf used taking care to :|

"Certainly not." work: it will into
placed at 4 (58 in. and there was an attendance and the session will last the soil early in the PENSACOLAPressing
i ".\t the same time if you have anew wii.ttr.H.IM.. I
lacrtuse above this figure of 1.72: several days. IMPORTANT NOTICETO |I suit; you'd better put it on wlionyon

lucbes or a total rainfall for tbe ------ --- go out to ask fur credit."-Chicago .\. NO ('I'IW0 I-A\'. I Club

month of 6.4 inches. This heaped an Awful Fate. Tost i
:: show Your .
CORN SHIPPERS druggist 11 ill refund your money If
. ". January to have been a pretty wet Mr. H. Higgins of Melbourn, Fla., i All or Nuue.Bu.y PAX.) Ol N I MKN r falls to cure KlnKWorin |

mouth writes: "My doctor told me I had -- Merchant-Well Mr. what do Ttttr. id: L'lcern and Bores, I'lmplea and )i FOR GENTLEMEN.

BIuckbeud4 on the (.ice, and all tkin disca .
f ---- and
( Consumption nothing could be you want? '

h5i'EAKiMi of hu recent trip to done for me. I wa given up to die. Owing to the largely Increased !: Timid Youth Y-your dauIMr.s hanfLi ->ei. tucer.ti.Hot !

Mtxiio Mr. Bryan says in 1 he Commoner TIns of from this! Il'll'bant-C:1I1't give it to 'ou, One
i, "rofa free trial bottle of Dr. shipments curn to Italy i i I F.tisy } French Wnffles with ; Dollar Per MonthIn
p : "1ehic are beiiiy; dUri up King't New Discovery for 'I sir. I tlier tlh'l.'I" entire or lease her I
Consumption the Italian h
l country goveriiineirf II Florida Cane ,
i iI
UallLI '. We i i \Ve not doing an installment: busi- Syrup at Advance to
CouI> ) brought btck to induced I are : Membership.
me to try it. R ults
I coi.found the i Republicans Aztec I were starlln g. I am now on the notified its conruhragent? in Aintiica i j I n'ss.-CIJiC'ao:: News.U Solomon's. I II i Clothe Cleaned and Pre;;:fd ai .

t' god with gold and eilvtr ornaments, rul to recovery and owe all to Jlr.I' I that hereaf er all shij,mei.tsof'!'! i often as desired. Your ClottnPfntfor -
'
King's New I hnl II Uo. Like.Mi .
Di-eovery.
tboIUn that both metals !surely: corn mu\ -t be inspectEd i and delivered. Call at
t I were appreciated I' Mtved my IlfO:'." This great cure is by an expert i ';s r.-,iou\\ick-Did you go to the Valentines e 'Jli! South Palafox and Join th,

I by tilt native Americans guaranteed for all throat and lursr; I II of the consular: !-e vice before \l.eing: !! \"': :.nt'r contort? < Club.

r before the Republican party Was I dimsr by W. A. U'Alf inberte, 121 loaded.As )1 r. Poker- di*l. I

j- or aiuztd. 'hue u about t-ixtetu I If I r-'outn Paiufox street.: ?ric CUe and Miss 1WL:11l'ns it like? Latti s'i'' lid PJOM;! tiiriS CHptf dYour3forNeatue pcit!tv

f tiunti a" much MUer a.s gold on tl.e $l.O. Trial bottle free. very heavy shipments are contemplated Mr. I'-IJke I'.rowulu; set to music. i I 4 Mardi Gras ...

i iaol. I he temper of tie above I tl.rou-ih this port,: Ir. G. -Town and Country. ,

paragraph would teem to indicate ; THE WHITELY EXERCISER. 1;. Cdfitro. consular agfct: for Inly tI// G. W. IRWIN.
; |i A Chicago: mnii has prodiwd the
1 that Mr. Bryan is us firmly wedded I MHS Mini \VllIiini4 Pensacola
I an export at will notify the Lmis-i: ], ory that Venus de Milo ne'f'r'ore
; to his idol us ever.I Goods t
, demonstrator of th,} \Vhitely ExerCiser yule & Xashuille railroad, through I I Ii corsets because she had no arms and < ;r

will give r ublic exhibitions of !j i. co'.tldn't\ Possibly have Looked them to- : : Hot Chocolate
1 I'l'i.IO ion I \-SLAVlS. I which the shipments will be made,' with
the b"t method of u-ing this mot I jretl.i-r __ __ _. 1 1i Whipped
Cream
j A bill t.as been introduced in con- popular, liealtLful and of the action of hU: govun ent. Our Stock ii now ready. Val- at Solomon'i. -
bentflciilKxercHer
I i j Nratly roifriK Hi< Iif*. i iI 3 .
I grvsa by reuatur liauuah to ptusion I t ; in the how windows of I entities of all shapes! sizes and .

I: the tx-ylavis who were fietd byLincoln's F. H. Bruce's store, Xo. 15 Smith A Severe Cold for Three Months. I A runaway almo-t endin? fatally.
il I III started a tornblw ulcr on the ler of prices. Sentimental and Comic. '
proclamation. Itprovtdts Palafox, on the 9th, 10th and llth I The following: letter from A. J. I IXubaum STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
that thoe between the ae:; of cO.uid of J. B. On.er, Franklin (}rive, Ill. M.irdiGras such !(
I February. The public is cordully of Kitesville! Ind., tells! I'For I Ruppli a
:! 60 shall receive a ca-b of C..ur years it dffld all doctori
bounty {100>
invited to witness these initrucuue I its "I suffered
most own story: for three Wire, Paper and Character !
I and all rf'mpCi-s. u'kl"n.srnici ttwppn iVneacnla
and a of $S mouth thoebetween ; and M IIonRn&IRuns.
pension per
; exhibitions. t
oflw months with cold.
;i severe A dru?.1]
I CO aud 70 j ear? a bounty of -- -- -- giit prepared me some medicine, S-ilv had no trouble to cure him. M ;.ks Cambic and Silk Domino Daily lit-rpr Sunday.

$300 and a pension of f 12 mouth TO criltt A COLD IX O.NK I).\Y ,' F.q'l:1l1y gooJ for Barns, Bruised.
per '
and "
MaskFaNe
a physician prescribed for me, I5eird and I "CITY OF TAMPA.
J and tho"6 over 70 years old u bounty Take Laxative Rrnmo Quinine Tablets yet I did not improvr. I then tried I I Skin Eruptionand Piles.; 253 at W.

: of $500: and pension of $15 per month. box, 25cTbUiUoatare. JIW.JL on every i Foley's Honey at.d Tar, and eight A. D'Aleniberte' Drug Sore, 121 Wigs Costume B ll*,Gold and ., :Milton ? 1\:3'1 am Lvl'fniapola.l.s''pni!
irFcn9 0Ia..V:.'Jam Ar Milton r.-pru
does: cured me. Refuse South Palafnx
'f : ,
: substitutes. street.
: should be
There not and we believe Silver Brail
: W. A. D'Alembrrte.The Fringes and r reisx; Kouod tripIi'e.
, there will not be much opposition to The finest line of sterling silver

I this measure from southern members I Nods and silver novelties is to be flnH t line 01 umbrella* in the OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S Hpingles. Call early and select -
found at J. I. Htepbens'. Prices tc is J.
t in consre As tbe bill provides for ;please all. city at them.at I. Stephens'. Go look Fine oysters today. Tn.thp.m. your outfit. We will lay JEWELER IN HIS

pensioning the ex-slaves both male
.
'cieiP0STLE. them aside for you until
and female! and as there were supposed We willlaur.der your spreads foi PORTLAND CEMENT at t NEW STAND

r. to be about four millions ,>f r 15 cents each and make them iob fa'do per b,
: them at that time, we may e-timatp like uw Star Laundry. Corner Bru and Garden btrt"t'til. -
, I I REEKMAX LUMBER CO. h'ivEa

l>:' comp'llI"on Ii-t with'the invalid s>d Tabiesffqfiti/ the\\ hr: H ck rf dr f'!"d 1tdihK: 'I I have: moved ray jewelry s'ore to
the
dIr -IOU at time
present J6P'DUrl.iver
pt'U I Dining room, library, hall, \: and j'kt Got thE ir prices hijUS f..re i' CUE'S. nOnK'STORE. 120 South Pdhfox, furmerly occa-
f that now th' re should be oin swh-re iLl .
Will he roupil ta Its ntnral duties and pallor at Jllarston $ < 116 lin I ICA. II 1 piedby Re'i & Co., and am n"W
: of :;jJ
: l in the neighborhood one tofu )jI i and your Uiiousiet.s.: headache and 'I I :O-liurh I'alafux Slre >r, better prepared tLan ever to gi'fli
'
! ::- of the i x-sUves. Tnen i< nowhere I constipation be cured if you take Quina'S'O. I PE -.ACOL\, ,
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r -- --- I ::; onaUt :: .. .. FI.OP.IDi. i,i great b irgains in dntnon,watche*.
South ill will
I. lo all tht- any batoa [feedt's PIHs M. Pryor wil sell you farn.tore: '- : -il .F&) : or' .''1jJ."il 'i jewelry, etc. Call and see ie ana

the contrary the kindest cooriJeratlon cheaper tban any other housi la I "Tf -
Try Gauthor's Candies at I let me convince!
I I' you.
L and regard, for tbe few old ue- Sold by all drujsista. 25 cents. I the city. y lal.rJ Sc1omaon's. I J. I. l'EPHES



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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1903.

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OF THE WORLD. No. aeoo. '
Itl'LEIlS PRISONERS w. C. O'NEAL, President; M. CLARK, Cashier;
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Meat Ka soft Nation Are the Leader SKIN TORTURED I. J. FOSHEE,Vlc..Prelidenti JOHN PFEIFPER, Ass't Cashier. r


in Mery Achleiement.Tbe Branch f.f .Human PLEAD GUILTY BABIES AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF

ruling nations of tbe world are

meat eaters: and history records that -- PEAtSACOLA, FLA.

thv Vegetarians always have and been.food cranks may AND JUDCE BECCS IS RATHER Designated Depository of the United States.

explain this in any way they choose, SEVERE IN PASSING SEN- And Tired, Fretted Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov. 25,1902. a
that the
but tjefict remains! merIan" RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

Kngli'h, French, Russians TENCES UPON THEM. Mothers Loans and Discounts................. .. ... $44'2,9218: Capital Stock .......... ...... ......... .... 200000.00 e
atdiermaus are meat eating nation Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured.. ...... 2,301.17 Surplus ,...,. .... .. .... .,. .... .,.... .. .... 20,000.00
they are also the most energetic D. S. Bonds and Premiums............... J13.806.87 Undivided Profits...... ....... ......... .... 6,690.34
and Stocks, securities, etc..................... 2,835.00 Rediscounts............ ...... .............. 10,287.61
and most progressive Judge Beggs was somewhat severe Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... .... .. 6,718.48 Circulation.. ............ ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00
principal food of tbe heroic in passing sentence this morning M Comfort in Cuticura [. R. Stamps.... .......... .... ....... ...... 6582 Deposits...... ..................,.......... 461E04.35
soldier known as Biltong, is Soap Cash and Exchange...... .. .... ............ 153,943.12
Beet upon three prisoners who bad
Sett01 dried beef, affording a great

Heal of nourishment in a highly con- signified their intention of pleading and Ointment Total,..... .... .... ...... .... ...... ...... J822.382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... J822.382.30

cBtrited( form. guilty rather than going through a This bank opened for buslnes\October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give .
The weak races of people are the trial. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.

rice eating Chinese, Hindoos, andnames Those prisoners were Joha Haw When All Other Remedies and 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. '
;*, regarded! since the dawn of "
: thorne, colored, for carrying con- .
ti-tory a* non-progressive, eupersti- Physicians Fail.
cealed and Joe Miller and
tin and inferior physically and weapons, I W. & CO ;; G. W. & COY-Y-YY. ,.
mentally to the meat eating nations John Smith, white, for train riding.

wfco dominate: them. Hawthorne was fined $100 and costsor Instant relief and refreshing sleep of a

Tne structure of the teeth plainly: five months at bard labor, and for skin-tortured babies and rest for \ .

indicate that human beings should the two white men were jailed for tired, worried mothers in warm baths I'CI' .tv
1/ : Dodd"i
variety of food meat, "Dorothy
;.ub-i-t upInL with Cuticura Soap, and gentle anoint ,
and it is unhyhlenict'rotfiieoue's 30 days each. Miller confessed to ( J
and Drains .
fruit ings with Cuticura Ointment, purest of
diet to any one off I having deserted the U. B. monitor emollient skin
I cures, to be followed in Fatigue
ti! .;, :'ii-9'-s to the exclusion of au- Puritan at a :North Carolina port, severe cases by mild doses of Cuticura ,-
: Insolvent: PillsI'his is the purest,
otr.! i and Judge Beg 3 ordered tint Le be foot is tirrd from
sweetest, most speedy, permanent and long walking! or landing, =a ,
MI .it is the mo t concentrated and I turned over to the naval authoritiesat economical treatment for torturing, t by holding it iu your baud ana compressing it .
s: e ,i-ly dues ted of foods, but I dNfiguring, itching, burning, bleeding, and beneath the instep. Teat is exactly what the :
t i i it the expiration of his county term. scaly, crusted and pimply skin and I .jj"' Shoe: does fur you all the time. It i- like a soft (i-
it lit tuutr I'flivinR is often so un- r'rin the "waist" of the foot and supporting the ;
scaly humours fib loss of hair infants )'
of
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He is but
mul th it the di ;e-tive organs re- : a boy.H.wtborne'j and children, as well as adult, I never realize how much of your dimly! fatlue.t/ :.j I"'

f,;.' t.' properly di o-t meat, eggs )! case was interesting.He I II and is! sure to snccwl when all other until you try a "Dorothy Podd." A "Dorothy 0 .l
Nutritious and wholes I I remedies and the best l fail I its arched shape and sets closely/ cp to the foot tJ!
I physicians
8, jim'i.ir is an old man and wa residing worn for month. No other fhe i i- made like j
!
if
i J, but it U not because such i i at Gou when be heard that his i; of The agonizing itching and burning I i bend at every tiff you take Thus: the foot be- ) i
dln6 : the skin, as in eczema; the frightful J I
f, i iiiiwli'-lcsi: :: m?, but the real ,, uncle had been killed at Century !j scaling, as in p=ori:1sis; the lo"s of hair \ (I" Is it worth while when the remedy is so simple? t'"l-.j ..'1" '

r' j. ini that the stomach lack, :, and crusting of the scalp, a} in scalkd .'
fr ui di-tae cr weakness: come nf'c'l j Hawthorne filled his boots with ra-I head; the facial disfigurement, as inrumples {--They Cost $3.00.-0 f:

e-.iry digestive element; hencoI)[ zarsand knives, his pockets: and ringworm; ; the awful suffering .Q "
I of infants and of
iI I ) anxiety worn- '.,
at-iu, indijrestion; and later on, ,i t tt whiskey and a piitul and started to out parents, as in milk: crust,tetter and ..d i.
r< 'C dy-p..p"i.L. I I INirv I I salt rheum,-all demand a remedy of
attend the funeral and incidentally I .lf'
should eat almost superhuman virtues to success-
us people plenty I|'
should make! to take care of himself. Ou the train fully cope with them. That Cuticura
i,: i: at, convalescents: & r
:
Soap, Ointment and< Pills are such
u at tLe principal food, hard wi rk- : he met a negro named Henry Gladen stands proven beyond all doubt. No; td

lu.: i I'e pU have to do so :and brain and asked Mill where he lived. statement Is made regarding them thatis : Oo !
w rkH# and office men should eat, I not justified by the strongest evi TILOE Ut.1t :
answered"At
Gladen
| Century.
dence. The and
purity sweetness, the
nit M, much meat but at least once a Hawthorne hurriedly jerked his power to afford immediate relief, the : r :
.' :and to insure: its perfect diges- i certainty of speedy and permanent I
t: ce or two of Htuart's: r>j'pep- big Colt's, with the exclamation : cure, the absolute safety and great : 1 !j

511 Tablets should be taken after "I'm jast looking for Century nig economy have made them the standard WATSON & CO. ;
skin cures and humour remedies of the ,
eu meal, because they supply the gers; I'm going to kill you now." civilized world. !;1

p-p'ones! in diatae case and of fruit stomach acids, Gladen ducked from seat to seat, ------------,-- .. ------ : w. & COT. :. IG. w. & co -' 1.,Jr.. I :t.;r...:'

larkug every and the other dusky passengers; ing the course of the performance.His _1L:
tr.ubl". I >,
appearance last: season was in .
his athletic and
catarrh of caught up spirit
X! rv -us dyspepsia I
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"The Watch on the Rhine.
st'ia-ar.: I.. !Mtritisour, stomach, vied with him. There is no telling 1 .) '. '. .) ralY. ,FD4A y .'i.t.:

jrw ail ut'uhty are only different how far the thing would have proc V. "
CAN GET -* .
{ r.dtgetion, the failure to "FLORODORL"Among ? .4 .
nu i i
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led had
e not Deputy Sheriff Brew- :
tl1.t WI".1! '-i-ine food, and the use ,
ton been on the train and disarmed the many attractions here CREAM SODA a aI
of >'n rL'tttrr'i' Tablets cures I during Carnival week, none of the I ;
.- by affording per- and arrested him.
tt -in iu "V.U-
(, \ l L i. .i fi -'iinrich has a -- looked independent forward; ones to with are greater probably real I ICE: CREAM AND HAND-PAADE CANDIES I :

( t', r.\ ui tr, i'r its natural interest than: that of"1<"1.ra.1o1'which I l-;
:\, -AT- .
t"I..' ,1"l'I I ,! '! (AMUSEMENTS 1 I is billed for about tint time. I ;.

Sin ii. Jy.\.p.i; i I Tablets I is the : This magnificent musical pruductiou : r
Confectionery
ri it ii..i u.t"d i moth :i- ; it as safe created sensation its ,
a lasting upon
in"tj p: .i-iiit I"f the ftomuch of ?S 4S. .SS. S S25255225v"DEESTRICK : latest and in FeusacoLi ,
only appearance : : DOOR NORTH OF THESEN BUILDING.
tl .- b .10,1' i- r m- jur the imperfect SKULE" MATINEE.i and the opera house will bej!i : .
d'_' -', <, .: I ii- -jranJ -'I". .
taxed greatly to allow the hundreds j: :
1'.r' al.. i,-it ;a Mtlinriic, but a dig i, who have given their time of admirers a chance to hear this I .

-five rt: 'J fj.. pail i abit can everf i I and talents most ungrudgingly fur I mu 'ic. + :i

.,
t :'iiirt'sTiliirt' i I.* the habit [ that mot amusing; entertainment, i J. H. MOCK
GERTRUDE[ COCHLAN. ,
o' ... "j JI_' -tii.u and consequently the "Old Deestrick tskule: ," ml1-t ,i

R U : lit: hive felt amply repaid when laokI I One of the most elaborate and

lug over the array of smiling and I beautiful productions ever seen In''
I DENTIST.
interested faces at the opera house I New York is that of "Alice of Old

Tuesday night. There was the mon- 'j jVlncennes," in which Gertrude f"G: ;

tNHVS'l fi ey's worth of fun in nothing but the Goghlan will appear at the opera I

movements of "Baddy Honey- : house soon. The scenic effects surpass Street, Old Armory Building.t,

; suckle and hU oblUiii''.? big; "sister," I anything ever attempted in a
BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
l ,ior of fib Fell, the bold, bad boy, dramatic presentation, and the rolling -

the most unruly 'Skullar" In tile ,| clouds, the rainbow, the setting; : IMXSACOLA, .....A.

J ": : Ilf Mobile I, here toil bunch ; or cf Frank, with his 'terual sun and the snow storm are reproduced t

iy. ,Hi/ may: be found at tie ho-- 1! mania: for drinking water; of "Xo"eI I with a fidelity to nature thatis '

I' 'ah... Mt 'di.iUt-: I gay, ," of "Mike," with hU flue really wonderful. The scenery, Il fi. DiSiln A Co. !.

J, I'l.: Cr''ary, the 15-tgdad mill | brogue and sapient repartee; of the j which was painted by Ernest Gros, .
x Rimliurap.d crying! girl, of John !I affords an excellent opportunity to -,
'i I.iw: of hi
% nun ; periodicalv. M.inuriiclurers and healer In
1'' II-c..l.! : t-'day. aud his eggs/ and little chicken, and j: study the architecture of colonial
the many: other "skollars," not to :j. days, and the outdoor views are the '
I .. *..' "1"II, a bu-infs mm of ., I Sash, Doors, Blinds, '
[ speak; f the son;s and speeches aud iI' j most artistic ever shown on the :
1> !'irtocUy.. Hois inter- the fine ic the Barrancas i
I' mu by orchestra. American stage. i Shingles fI
turpentine trade.v The "Old LiMrick Fkule"may I J
,I I
have b" en put on in other cities, KATHRYN KIDDER.An : 'f;,
Lf.. Cir-.naud.Mr. M. ir
L but it i is doubtful if Miss Battailehas = I Builders Materials
I Virginia, I i'I'
uiver-ity
; unusual: feat ure of the pre enI
found a more attentive, apt and j ..1
"-> ? juttut the E-caiubu. | willing: set "f "fkollars" than those I tation here of Alexander: Dumas j I Brick and 1 I

> i: it' and on \\'. A. lllue ofAl ':she has fo well trained in this city. Fils' "Au Eye for an Eye," which I ; 3"ti'I.

',, X. C., are at the Mer- The announcement that: the Kathryn Kidder is to otter us shortly : ) Telephone Iv 11.
I will be its scenic, cos-tume and OOj
i "/ are interested: in rail- I' skule.: would bs repeated no a mat- |
II I
; affl s with
property equipments. Every detailof
r ineeSaturday, brouxlit forth I
; many )
': express-tons of satisfaction, a; so the play's four acts, from thescenery i Syrup at
A t' Idtlterich; naval stores article of I iooK
"' I many buy mothers and little rhilI to the minutest H1e i GEM\ tl j W f.
is
i i.p'Ttant Washington: visitors county Ire t i I jtiren could not Ret out on Tued.lyi j,'patty t.dornment, _, .is_ carried by__the com I I 0
The have
I 'uitfht. management received BRUCE I II
inquires from many saying I Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's: i

1: li.ivh,
I .\ :\ it ll le! Kllt-ii, Ala., ar Juigin;* from all indications there here from hoiiie, free. have i II I I
I Gvernmeut St.,
r 2 veiling and went to the will bo another packed hoi e to- you received one? I : 'I' Bnildin;. I I VALENTINESSENTIMENTAL j
I'
> morrow afternoon. Be sure to hear Special communicationof
1 the children lauh. It is as good as i i':"cambi t Lodee: So 15, io :1.43. ;-
das of Mi = .O'I.f'v i
-in.; = e'* '
i F. and A. M.. 7:30 p.m., I AND COMIC. ;
*; L- lf.fm: will moet tonight the! "::kule." The prices will be : !; G FrUay, Feb. 6 I

d' ".r Knights hall. Le;;,,on* : Adult :t5 cents. All children who I Work ill F. C. deree. : 1 1'1"-I. I

j:,. !J' i, attend school no matter what theiri I Visiting brethren are cordially ,-K-the- cnpta-n.owners .SOUVENIR CARDS...

i : 25 cents. Gallery 15 cents. invited. : nPP.'f
i age the Ku>>>iHn
A IH:imilton, wife and tumid W. D'C. KESSLER al I h.re-pou.l- ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS
1. i There will be no reserved; seats.: ,
L HARRY W. GIBBS. W. M. debts contracted by
'lll ,'
: t\lI. Ky., are guests at PI.)
I .
t; (Secretary.VALUABLTultTLOTS.:
,
lau1biaforafew \'JKTORJOHANo\r
arnv, dajs. They i AL H. WILSON. Captain.
4j> :erjy afternoon. I MARDI GRAS NOVELTIES t.j.

:i One of the grandest and most (hA captain, own- -- - .
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I''i i-o'i< accumulate in the systemw I sumptuous productions to be seen : Ship const Rhone gnrfu of elli the be

"i the\ kidneys are &&lusr4ihbt i! here this season will be the preseuta- .. for debit contract Stationery,
,. Of the large number of lots recently v".**.l.
audbadcomplexion resultW I tion soon of Sidney R. Ellis' new romantic Co.
: purchashed by Mr. 0. M. Pryor "". Periodicals
H""J' Straparilla.IE ;I play "A Prince of Tatters, H.MILLICHAP, '
Wilson that fa- and placed on sale to desirable purchasers -
| by Al. H. popular captalo.
AT. MALT has a marvelous v,,rite and a large and talented com- many have been gold but Leather Goods, ,i'r,
i
Uj value. While refreshirg and P my of players. The management, some of the choicest are still beld by Pictures
and :
Frames.
? 3 ''" t<) take, it helps usriuiila- Messrs. Yale & Ellis, are assured of I him.He !i 1 Ill

d. S..M hvNMlKHSEFi I a set-oa of pratifyin.; prosperity as will sell to actual settlers on

: HROS.HKEKMAN ev ry where thus far Mr. Wilson ha? ', most favorable terms, as he is dfttrmined I

ap.lr..d to capacity business and to build up this property. :

FOR LUMBER ; will be -reu and heard in lVn>acoa I G. R. JOBNsOft

LUMBER n xtlhursdiy nijjht. His peculiar Hot French Wad-as: with hoto 9 r aph8' i;

t's luiates btfore placing voice of remarkable sweetness and Florida Cano syrup at I "

'" p- CIr iumber. dl6-lm [I clearness ii beard to advantage dur- Solomon's. Street. -1R EOr-II I'ALAIVXST. 1 Ir



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THE DAILY NEWS PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6,1903


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I TICKETS FOR TWO Cancerous WAS IT A DREAM I ? SAMUEL CHARLES

Sour I ,

ICopyrlght. 190!. by the S. S. McClure At first awutthemto liatenothmg Ulcers Original l BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

StomachNo Company. in icattheirtrue Edward Holmes ws pocking to go ,

I Rod Scott was waiting: his turn at the nature. They to his wedding which was to take place V REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

Pullman window where he wanted a look like ordinary sores and are usually the next day when he received the following I
loss of treated such salve washor Wholesale and Retail Dealerin Shoes,; Leather Finding
appetite strength I "lower" for Chicago. Just ahead of as some simple .telegram from his betrothed's
nervousness, headache constipation, powder being used in the hope of drying 'PHONE 814. 1FOT
I 007 SOUTH PAL 8TKKKT.J. .
hm! was a very pretty girl, and he them and stopping the discharge mother:
;
bad breath general debility, sour risings up _
I could not help overhearing the conver but while the place may temporarily scab Come at once. Lillian is very ill u ....."
and catarrh of stomach
the
are j I 1:111on.hl', too, was laying a ticketto over it again inflames and festers, becoming I Snatching his handbag, which was
all due to indigestion. Kodol cures bad than After E. DUBUISSOX %
: as or worse ever BROTHER
Chicago and wanted birth as.well. ready, he hurried to the depot and took .
Indigestion. This new discovery represents awhile the deadly poison begins to eat ,
the first train. It 6 o'clock in the
Lad made mistake In the was
the natural juices of digestion She. a into the surrounding flesh and the sore :on Elt TAKIl\GONX AND IXTEXDKXCIA STREETS,
as they exist In a healthy stomach I amount necessary to secure a sleeper, spreads with frightful rapidity. Than the evening in June, that month chosen by
called for harp shooting pains, which distinguishthe so many lovers in which to consummate Dealers in
combined with the known tonic end when the ticket seller
greatest I cancerous from the common ulcer, their happiness and the foliage
and reconstructive properties. Kodol the additional ?:2 she discovered that are felt, and the unfortunate patient ii along the route had in it the first Choice Staple and Family Groceries *

Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion her purse was empty. It was an embarrassing brought; face to face with the most dreaded freshness of summer. But Edward o

and dyspepsia,but this famous position for tie girl, but of all maladies, a cancerous ulcer. I Holmes did not notice it. He was far Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumera'

remedy cures all stomach troubles by there was uo help for it, and she took Whenever an ulcer of any kind is slow away, fearing hoping. On reaching and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford and can be '

cleansing, purifying, sweetening and her railroad ticket and passed on to in healing it should be closely watched j X., a large summer resort he wasinCIprl'ssibly Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
particularly if there is an inherited predisposition Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
tiI lengthening the mucous membranes the waiting room. to cancer. Often times a ma- distressed to find that the

lining the stomach. I Rod could not help noting the outcome lignant, stubborn ulcer starts from a boil, train went r.o farther. He must wait COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION

lie bought his own ticket and wart, mole, bruise, blister or pimple, for for one that passed at 11 o'clock. It

then saw the girl standing in the adjoining when the blood is tainted and the germs was still twilight, and he walked to a j P.O. Box 326. J' E- Dubuisson & Bro.
in the
seeds of ,
and are implanted
cancer
PHONE 66
hotel not half a mile from the station. I .
i room examining her empty system, you cannot tell when nor where i
The house was brilliantly lighted, n bile Jrtxily Oxpoors.SCCVESSOK .
pocketbook. the deadly poison Is going to break out
S. S. S. cures these cancennus ulcers and the guests were hitting about in picturesque -"
she
His aroused
sympathies were ;
i chronic sores by driving out of the system costumes preparatory to a A
looked ( and he thought of his
so forlorn I all the morbid and unhealthy matter that fancy dress ball. This was no place for :I\/L Avery

own little sister and wondered how she I I keeps the ulcer irritated and discharging.It one in anxiety, but Holmes, nut relishing s

would fed! undt-r similar circumstances.That purifies and strengthens the blood, waiting at the station took a wicker I
it to throw off the and ( TO VERY t WOOLFOLK,)
bfttk-d! it. lie walked quickly enabling germs chair in a dark corner of the piazza.

toward her and, raising his! Lat, said: 1 I I poisons, thus check- There he spent the evening. When i IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
the further for.
: lag
"Pardon me, but I could not help] 5'c-1 I N nation of cancer a dance was finished, couples would '

KodolDIGESTS ing the trouble you !;ere in at the ticket :r' S S cells, and when all promenade on the piazza. Iloluies found HARDWARE.

winlo'II'lit you a11.IlIe to be bJ impurities have been it a relief to watch them, and the time! I'
removed from the for his mind l>.,-
passed more quickly:
:your tanker in the emergency" I, Iron Nails! Axp .ShovfN. Saw Mill and Steamboat
WHAT blood and system the ulcer heals natu- jug detracted; till half past in. Then ,
YOU EAT Supplies, Cooking and Heatinl'tovt'.* Paint Oils
,
She ]looked at him shyly. lie had a and ,
up
rally permanently. impatient to be again in motion, ho : Window Glass, Gun*, Pi-tols and Fishing Tackle.
Gives Health to the Sick and :; .od. hcr.i-st face. I All ulcers, even the smallest, should be was about to rise and return to the station -

Strength to tb. We4k. "Uh, thank you; but I don't like" I I looked promptly upon before with they suspicion become and cancerous.treated wh Ti. dancing asitl' and slightly I Agate anti Tiuwarc ami ffU*erurnishilig G4otk.L .

Bottles only. $1.00 Sz! holding 2'< times "Of ('OUrH'Ju don't," said pod; "but I S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy, a behind him 1 Ill' saw what at first lit : 'AGENS FOR BIRMINGHAM: : ROLLING MILL COMPANY

the toil; size! ,wnich sells fur 50c;. I'll gi\P you my card, and you can send perfect blood purifier, and an invigorating took for a sheaf of light coming through I Revere Giant stitched Bpltinsr. Northampton Emery

Prepared by 2. C. DeWitt & Co., Ctic*: j the money back to me when you gethome. I tonic. Write for our free book on Cancer. a window. Then he noticed that it wasa Wheel Co., Lxftin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kal-

." I I The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.FooTl iI i woman. Her dress was of white, somine, Iron Kina; and Buck Stoves and RaageaVtn
......... could Coups & ('o.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather
Her face brightened up. "You are I T ___ though of what material he not Masury's
John ShipyardHargi; Pharmacy very kind. My father was to have been : -I tell. Looking up at her face, he saw Made Railroad Colors.

Hictuey: Kaiiu. with me, but was detained at the last I:1. It is surprising Alteri how circumstances AnImals. alter that It was masked, also with white Masonic Temple 1 Pensacola Fla.J. .

moment. I thought I had all the moneyI I lie would have risen, but at the moment
needed to get borne. animals. The savages of the Amazon I he felt a hand rest lightly on his -

Only a Saltcellar! "Well I fortunately! have plenty" region, feed the common green par- '; shoulder.A A VAN PELT. J- C. VAN PELT.
A saltcellar: of the spacious times: of rot for generations with the fat of cer- EdwardIIollJ1t'S'
Mid Rod "so let us get the ticket. great deal passed through
great Elizabeth has l>eeii sold at auction tain fishes, thus causing it to become VAN PELT
Of course he saw that it was in the mind in a very few moments. BROTHERS
in London for the of beautifully with red and
t amazing sum variegated
same car, and it was natural that they Who was this girl for she had the appearance ,
,; 3,000. Only n saltcellar! And there yellow feathers. In like manner tie
should occupy the same seat of a young person and what
Is authentic proof that the lion heart- natives of the Malay archipelago, bya GARDEN STREET GROCERS
" It was all too soon for Rod when the was her interest in him? It did not occur ,
t ed ruler] of the England of Shakespeareand process of feeding, change the talka
. berths bad to be made up, but he arranged to him that she could be a strangerto Have Received Since the Fresh
. Holidays a Line of
of IJurleigh: and the other men of tire lory Into the gorgeous king lory.
! that they should have breakfast him. She must be one of the guests,
ti high renown who lived in the latter
together. some friend of his who had seen him STAPLE AND FANCY
t. part of the marvelous siiteeutL century The Manager Realizes It. GROCERIES
toil says be will! never forget that when hI' first reached the hotel and had ,
i.S: ever took salt from this small! dish. "There Is something elevating In music -
breakfast. lie never did i know what sought him out. Doubtless she would
. If such a bit of tableware sells for 3OOu ,- ," said the artist I Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacades of the Season.
,
he ontl'n'll.tut be feasted upon a pair amuse herself with his efforts to discover ,
'i i what would U a fair price for a "Yes." answered the manager. "Mu.I I
4: genuine Elizabethan platter big enough of ;:raJ'Joes which took f-hy glances sic certainly has the effect of stimulating her identity.For I Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the
across the little table. All the time I a moment he sat rtill. Then, notwithstanding -
; 'f I to contain a Luruii of true P.I itiMi roast lofty ideals as to salary.] "-Wash! I Best Freshest and
II he was trying to summon up courageto the tend on his shoulder, Cheapest.
" beef?
ington Star.
,1- tl'how\! much he wanted to meet Le rose and faced his visitor. I

t1i i Anitmllu'i--Fierce Ant*. her again.; I I "You :11'1""_ lie paused. The form VAN PELT BROTHERS
It to combat and
ji! The liiggti-t:; and tio'r"I'olllllts in the Another Lour and they would reach was expose; quaetiand I seemed familiar, but there was to little : ,

.. world ore t>i I.e found ou the far northern their domination, the pleasant tete-a- I fools' that. laughter was inycuted.I .- light for him to identify it She did I TELEPHONE NO. 23J. .,.c..c..c 31 EAST GARDEN ST.

pi.ihis: : of Australia.: TLey build tete would In1 ever and he did not even I Thacheray.STATEOFOIIiOCITVOFTOnEDO nut answer Lis question, but !slipiwd'

'r.j'It bills) us big as huu.-t's and tight in the know her name. Rod was getting des her hand within! Us' arm and led him

;::i rn
wars: nporttd recently by mail the way, do you expect any out I brilliantly lighted, but to a dark end of 'The Star Laundry

from Australia. A man inured James to meet you at the station, or may 1"-I FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath the piazza. She did not !sprak and ,

! I Stanley was pinioned to the .round bya "Oh, yes; papa said! he would wire, that he is t je senior partner of the I Holmes, who was. in no mood for such ,

falling: ; tree ia northern juccnslaud. I 1'1'lIU see, I von't Lave to trouble you firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing an aihenture, could think of nothing tosay i Biggest, Busiest, Best 1

' lie was immediately attacked by bees any more." I business in the City of Toledo, I to ber. lIe thought of confiding his I

:r1i and Luge: green ;lIIts.111'11 rescued, "Trouble! I know you don't mean county and state aforesaid, and that anxiety to her; but, after all, she might --- -- -- ---

his LtJwas covtrcd with them. lie that. It has been a great pleasure tome said firm will pay the sum of ONE i i be a stnmcer. One thing made him
and I only wish I could" start. On passing: : a chink In a window
.li died in a few minutes after reaching HUNDRED DOLLARS for each |! :
>t. the nearest Lospital.'j' "I>on't say anything more, Mr. Scott.I and every case of Catarrh that can-;i blind be noticed orange blossoms] on her They} Speak

] am under many obligations to you, not be cured by the use of HALL'S head. Ills own wedding, set for the

but papa: will:! write you when he re- CATARRH CUKE. morrow-would it l-e a wedding or a
A 1'orke and a \ .Ic'b. I
L : I turns." I I FRANK CHENEY. funeral? Would! the flowers be orange
..
Sir Henry IrvingH>ss .'>xe among for 1lifflseI\"es !
his most \alued treasures two articled 1'Itr Rod! lIe wanted to say more Sworn to before me and subscribedin blossoms or tube roses? If it bad been \

but him from this 6th of December difficult! for him to to his
F I to \\ 111'h peculiar: interest attaches. politeness prevented I my presence day speak companion -

One is a little: purse mndo of giveu bilk pressing a matter which he felt might A. D. 1886. before, it was well nigh; imi>osFible We let the Shirt, Collars

thread with a i-Ilver; band. It was tml.arr.iss her. i'I A. W. GLF.-\foOX now. .A strange dread came over and Cuffs we Launder; speak for

l t found In the mikit of IMtiiiiud Keaii When the train pulled Into Chicagoand SEAL.----- ( Notary Public., I him. Then during a momentary Lrn-zu themselves. They will talk louder

4 :i the death *
." ntaii : coin. The other an elderly; lady he awakened to the I and acts the his hand. It must lie a l.ritlal"piL
? a single ar- directly on more oy the work we do than by
realization that his pleasant day dream I Wiis tIle costume of a bride an unusual -
tklo! Is a Mlu-r; tin.ekeeper' which formerly blood and mucous surfaces of the what we &av.
belonged! to ):,1\\ ill i'orre.st The was 0\ !'r. '5tem. Send for testimonial, free. j or a cuinnKin one for such ofcafeions '

'Tar, liands ptiiut to thirty minutes past ">, Cell: Mas assistant freight agent on F. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 ? lIe could not r'aIlln all his social ,

the P., sId A. with Laving A ,
road headquartersat experience seen one.
at which anti the momethe'v.uch stopiiol.Danisrr great. actor expired Omaha. He spent a week in Chicago E. W. PEAKE, strange iutiuem! seemed to bo passim ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Called far ail Delivered Free.

: and un his return home he found from the girl to him. It came in waves, TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST.
Xo. 30 South Palafox street, keep'scall
Till'r,1I0u'r4 I the following; letter awaiting him: 1 1I now happiness, now grief. Whatever it I
bells wires and all kinds of be did not wish it to end. lIe tookno I WALKER INGRAHAM
''v: A very curious inlial invention his I Dear S.r-My djughttr has given me I Ii was, 1 Manager.
' your card and asked nu- to thank you for I thought::: of time, 'forprttins: that he
been patenh'J m I'iirU. It is likely\ to I electrical supplies. Have him do .
j courtesy to her when she --
your was returning -
r Le of ;great u?". It i is a !small apparatus : I Iiom. I incline draft for $5:, i your work. Call phone i03.iii was waiting for, a train to take him to -

which placid inidor the j rui ..f a :i which will nliplttirra you for the amount Lillian.!

S i patient uttering from fever rings! a : you cxjvrUed on h T. The general freight I CA.STOrt.r.A.: : She spoke uo word, nor did he wish; WICKI:. & CO.Plumber .
agent of the road Mr. Fletcher is a '
i mall! Ml directly!; the temperature old frit nil of mine. Kindly rtnvmb very me bean the 1,a Rid Hats Alaays;3a: IiI f her to speak. His souses seemed to 'I

rem-hfs a dangerous height! thus biimtDt'inl.'ig to him and uht-nevcr you are in Chicago SJguatue /1-t1-JfZ. becoaw gradually benumbed. There
the dorU-.r or nurse. '1 hl' invention 1 cell l>e glad to have you call on me. fl was a mystical mingling of that music Gas and Steam Fitter

. : is bimple/! aid ingnioua auJ in Yours truly. JOHN 1L MASON.It : and laughter, besides the dripping ofa ,
I was astonishing Low much attention fountain ii. the center of a lawn before Ii
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rases of intermittent fever should - -------------
the Chicago end of the It. and A. the hotel. Then the sounds all Ji o. i South Palafox Street.All
I>ro\e a great l>oou.Drummers WEEKLY: MCIIEDU .
I road rt'ijulrcd.! Rod found it necessaryto melted: away together.
, i In Sweden. make weekly trips there and he FOR STEAM DIVISION Suddenly he was awakened as from a I Kinds of Plumbing and Oas Fitting Materials Kept on Hand

> i Commercial travelers arriving in never failed to call and Inquire for PKN3\00 LA ELECTRIC TEHMlN.i dream by a clock striking. He was still I TELEPHONE rWV .. PIOOI.A.. VIA.

I Sweden from other countries have Mr. Ma.-uiTs health and incidentally to IIA1LWAY COMPANY. sitting in the dark corner, and his companion .
aoctpt the hospitality of the Mason Trslni leave Pensaoota for the Lllll I was not with him. He lookedup I
to get a license, which costs 1UO I I home. BayOu, Big Bayou,Warrlnlton,:thvJ Ian
crowns month. The tad Fort Barraacai ate:80 and down the piazza but she was TIME TABLE.
: employeesat
per I Alice, she of the gray eyes, always ..m.arrive at Fort Barrancis 1:10.,11 not to be seen. Had he fallen asleep '
. ;. the hotels are careful not to enlighten I welcomed the guest with such winning 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort tiarrancai: a.n and dreamed? No; It was all too real. I'

them on this point, because *mios! that he thought he was In paradise. 1:80 1:00p.marrlveatFort p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai Barraacai 4:16 lUp.n p n He arose and strode back and forth to I 1 r LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-

the former pets part of the 100 : On one such evening she was :15p.m.arrive a, Fort Barraacai TOCp make sure be was awake. Then he I I IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1901

crown fine imposed on those who singing: an old Scotch ballad with the 'SOop.marrlveatFOrtBarranoas Trains leave Fort Barranoai 8:4Ep.o Henia heard a train approach the station and I New Orleans and Mobile.

neglect to get a license. refrain, "Lassie could you lo'e me?" eo'aat knew that he had not time to reach It

lie stooped over her as she sat at the 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pensacola _. 8:00 a, u before it should start on. Hurrying to
11:00 p. m arrive at Pensacola_11:45 p.n SO.8. ;;o.4 So I. No.a
Key to Human Stature. piano, and looking into the gray eyes J:00 p.m arrive at Pensacola. 3:44pn the hotel office be inquired the hour of 1:15 a 12:1 m 11:06 p LeavePensacola_A rrlve 1:00. No.1.':00 II Nol 8:00 II
i Paris Academic des Sciences that wen turned toward him he whis- 5:00 p m arrive at Peniacola 6:'3 p nT leaving for the next train and was 8Wa 2:7p: J:01 a LI'nel'1omaton__ Leave 2x85 a ':JIO II 1l11!
The :W p. m.arrive at feaiacola._ 1:16 p, 11:00 a ':::!:! p 2Ma Lave__ Mobile __ Leave 17lI8o't U:15n: 6:0011
:i is examining a theory to the effect! l>t'll'lli'e, dear, could you lo'eme? 8t& p. m. arrive it Peniaoola...... 1:1 J p.itiatardayi shocked to I "ar that be could not getaway ........_.. 525p: 7:8o a IP&VIIS" IIrl..lnll.. Leave Blbp 7:25a _
He read his answer there and sealedit onlJ'I'Aa.I'Oa from the place till morning.
, I that the key to human stature lies in with a kiss WIH: : : DATI.Pena"o Who was this girl who Lad kept him I North.

the gland situated in the throat under e s la to Fort Barranoai return* from his beloved, lying on II I
I Pen! ,cola to Navy Yard and return_ MXPeniaoola away
the larynx. fly artificially stimulating : Six months later a carriage was being to Palmetto Beaob and return Ib9U5DAT sick bed and doubtless listening every So.2. i i I So. ,. 0.1 No. I.

I this gland it is claimed that I driven toward the station. A few ICHIDUOK: moment to catch the sound of his step? I 11:05pm 5:16 am j U:15pm 8:51 p m Arrive Leave.-_ Montgomery Pen9ecolaArrfve_Leave 11'::15 oopm a m 8:85 1:00am II m

any child can be made to grow to I stray kernels of rice still clung to thetits. when weather, permits tae running t How could Le have been BO affected by 11:59 am 9:114 pm ArrtveHlrmtnibamLeave 1f:33am I :1J6pm
I open coaches.LeaTi i 1:06pm 1:10.. m Arrlve..NaebnlleLeave _
maximum her to forget the passingtime
height. Lv Fort presence as I Arrive _LoDUV1l1e .. 9:15
Peniaoola. Barrugat9a.m. 2:5) a m 11:13 a m Leue pm fs6: I n
The carriage stopped, and the occupants 10 a. m.Ha. I ? There was nothing now for I M 7:20am: 11:50am Arrive__Cincinnati _Lene 6:0pm 11lepm
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, Hs Evolution. 1 went hurriedly to the train m. 11 Jp.m.m.lpm. him to do but take a room and go to 7:20am: 1: lpm ArrTI.Mt.I"ODI.Lpavl! :15pm 1j J6l1m _

: A frying pan becomes a chafing which was starting fur the east $ p.m i p.m. bed. This he did but not to sleep. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

dish after it gets into society. "Oh Hod jou haven't got the tick Ip.m s p,m p p.m.m, He rose early and went to the sta-
Atchison (Kan.) Globe. ets" 5 p. m. Ip... tion. The time came for the train, but No. 21-Daily No. I-DaUy I'No stop where time not .bown No. s-Dally INo n-V.I:
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'. "Haven't I, sweetheart? When I ( p.m. II'... no train came. Locomotives hurried by, 11'51P m 1:00 a m Leavel'enlacola.Arrlve 10:50 p m I-5a0-II iii-

One Minute Cough Cure gives a travel with somebody, I always make visa POB SUNDAY some carrying box cars, and one bore 17111 night.. 1:13" Bobemla_ 10:81" ':118 "
eataoola to an Barraneai Kan 1:18" Ynleltra "
12:20 I 10M" 8:01"
relief in one minute, because it kills up my mind that I'll have to pay fora \ardandretnrn_____ HIPtniaoola wrecking apparatus. 12:1" 1:11t" _.Escambla._ JO:82" 6M"
the microbe which tickles the mucous couple! and so I get them in ad- to Palmetto Beach and: "What's the matter?" he asked of the 12'86 1:25 -- Mulat 10:21" 6:66'
membrane, causing the cough, re&orA.______ 1. n'8\I" 1IS ___ Harp _r 10:21" 6tO'
and at the same time clears the vance. No freight erred after 1:11 D, m. station master 12:50": IBi": : ".. _G'UCItJ' 10:11" I 5:17 "
"That's the meanest thing you ever "The train that left here last night at 12.M 1:118" __ Mllton __ 10:10" IJ "
I I phlegm, draws out the inflimmation 1:80 a m .I .__ _Good Kanle 'I _. ':lJ6"
(L and heals and soothes the affected said to me. Rod, was the laughing reJoinder 11 o'clock went down a hundred feet 1'111 8:16" __ HoIU. ._ ,:81" 4:85"
part One Minute Cough Cure "but you' e got to pay for PROPOSALS will be received with a bridge. Every passenger was! 2JO 8:10": Mllllilin __ 8m" ':11 :
t I of Supplies and 1:88" 8:811" _Crt1ltvlew?.,,., 8:1' 400
I I strengthens the lungs, wards oil them now killed. 1'00": II'M": Deer Land 8.6" 1:14"
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pneumonia and is a harmless and WILLIAM B. DOUGLAS. Accounts, Navy Department, Washington When Edward Holmes reached hIs 1:21:: It iIO": =-Mossy lIel4It- 8:10": 1:18: :
never failing cure in all curable D. C.. until 12 o'clock noon, destination Ullian was dead. She had ':01" i:86" .Verunlat 8pl1nl'8:18" 2:.. .
February 10, 1903, and publicly ':18" 9N _.ArgJ'le. ._ /1 I:" 1:11.
open .
cases of Conjrhs, Colds and Croup. An Absolute til ft. passed away the night before soon after ':10' lrIr' -PODC8 de LeoIL.1:211" 1:11.
One Minute Cough; Cure U pleasantto ChN'rem-Ob, come! Stop borrowing ed immediately thereafter, to fur he reached the hotel. When ho tells 11:00" 10:10' ___WeItTllle__ 1:11" 1f.4 .
take, harmless and good alike for nish at the Navy Yard Pensacola, 1:08 It 10:111' __ Ca'JylUe_ 1:12"1:-. It.
and Old. HargU trouble. Fla., a quantity of machine tools. of the girl In orange blossoms and Ia" 10:1) _Bonttay_ 8:611" In..
young Pharmacy, Glurney-Borrowing? Gee whiz, man Blank proposals will be furnished bridal veil, his friends say he was 8:00" 101" _Cblpley 8B1" \ Ii"
John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. 8:80" 11:0'1' _-Cottondale_ 1:18" 1IJJ noon
trouble Isn't like money. When I bor- upon application to the Navy Yard, dre m1ng. He knows that Lillian saved 1:00" 11:23" _MarlaJilla 8:00" 12.1'; ..

Cleaning ladies skirts and waists row money I can forget about it right Pen acola. Fla., or to the Bureau. A. him from the 1:50: 11:11I" Oranll'Rtdge. "" 11.38 : 1l:1:: I..m
11:32 11:21
wreck.F. 1:10" 11:52" _
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; star Laun away.-Philadelphia! Press. KENNY. Paymaster-Gtneral U. A. MITCUEL. It Z00:
I U one of o .r specialties ffJ8 It 12U1 noon ._ Bneads 111 :
S. W. 1.23-03 J30oaw2w 110:10 I "
1 811' 1i1I" ArrlnR1TtC'hl1ctloa ve 6:10"
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THE DILYNEWSI. PENSACOLA. .. ,. LORIDA' FRIDAY! FEBRUARY.6., 1903ChissilledAdetisemefltS

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., }; CNDENEDSTOR1ES Advice to the Aged., THE. KADIAK. '. BEAR.. CHURCH NOTICES ,

Are brine* Infirmities, .aciu staff : .

Mr. Nott Appeared Just In Time to gish towels. v/ccS kidneys .and btafr. HI. Winter Habits Mach Like TkoM i-: '.. !
derud TORPID LIVER.Tutt's .
Prevent an Explosion. of Bears the World Over. II .
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ONE CENT A WORD. -**<.'When- Jndge Warren Foster r came The Kadlak bear finds no trouble in THE NEWS would request that the 1 I.V. .1\ *,!.

--- - -- back to the bench af te ..his vacation, getting all the food be wants during clergy or those having in charge the J 'j! .;
sPills
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the and the of "
berry season during run
he was not aware that Mr. Jerome publication of church service notices ."
the various kinds of salmon which ; i
MONEY TO LOAN had added to his staff a deputy assistant lasts from June until October. At this for Banday will send them to this t' .' '"

of the name of Xott. A case have a specific effect oa these organs, perIod be fattens up, and upon this fat office by 9 o'clock Saturday : .'.'
the most reasonable term sand before the court in which stimulating the bowels, causing themto be lives I morn'J
Oil : came up perform their natural functions aIn 4 through his long winter sleep. Jag, in order to insure their ,.

withoUt publcity.J.. V. BUL-LARD, Mr. Xott represented the district at- youth andIMPARTING When he wakes in the spring he is tion in the proper position in the J, )t.

Palafojt, Up-Stairs. torney's office. The assistant in the very weak and hardly able to move, so -
.i :doutn:! VIGOR r7 .J
paper. .
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J. A. WILSON, Manager. Mr. Krotel. his first aim is to recover the use of % -
preceding case was to the kidneys Madder and LIVER. \ & ( :- .

;o aY TO LOAN-W. R. Meri- When the clerk of the court called _They are adapted to old and young. his walks 115This when the he weather does by taking is pleasant short, l7t Hot Rolls, at 51. m., lOo .j-: :; .. :

wetier Loau Aent.( Money to the title of the case, Judge Foster returning to his den every night This 1U.W' a doz.. nt Snlnmon'a.'I. I ';

tun at reasonable rate of interest asked: HINTS FOR FARMERSA light exercise lasts for a week or so, Ih. t .j

upou good security. Office 112 and "Is Mr. Krotel the assistant in when he sets out to seek upon the l'J' ,
0utb1'arraguna street. THE THIEF OF BEAUTY
Hi this case?" Kew Idea For Potato Grower beach kelp which act as a purge. He HARD .' "

--= \' TO LEND ou improved "I think Xott," replied the clerk. One of tUe enterprisin:; farmers In now lives upon roots principally of the I* Captured by ,
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.UJIM real estate, iu large or email "But don't you know whether it is Kennebec county, Me., U George C. salmon berry bush and later nibbles Brad eld'* Regulator. :: : f ,

amount* at low rate of Interest. Mr. Krotel or not ?" asked the court. Jacobs and among his specialties in he young grass. These carry him Thousands of young women are awaking ', .. .:
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Cill on Leslie E. Brooks attorney the agricultural is raising potatoes. along until the salmon arrive when he to the fact that inherited comliness hat
"I said I Xott answeredthe
1.1M: ) ri. Palafoxtit., FisberbUh1JIU thought becomes exclusively a fish eater until been stolen, and instead of glowing
at lIe has been successful in producIng -
very
SinlmTODAY clerk. the earliest to lie found In the mar the berries are ripe. I have been told cheeks and bright eyes, the tell-Ul BRICK ::!::

"But are you not sure? ket. The past season' he succeeded la by the natives that Just before he goes wrinkles of pain have taken their placnThese
-I>o teed "
the !
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EY are warning feelingsVeal
"Yes I it is K ott.
(} am sure
,! ; into his den he eats berries only and
You: borrow raIsing two good crops on the same and tired i .
money? can any in the morning, no life to entei 'fI
The judge looked at the clerk in his stomach Is filled with fat
I4W uut you want today ou easiest : piece. The ground was! thoroughly now BO upon their former jjeasurcs, irritable,
rnn aud lowest rates anywhere amazement. i plowed tbe previous falL In the spring hat-he really eats but little. ross, dull headaches, general dispirited

ubuiuable: on improved city real "Then if you are sure it is not, It was harrowed until the earth was The time when the bears go Into winter feeling, sleepless nights, cod feet, ''learng "

e-tate-fjoin Fisher, 204J( 8.direst. what are you talking about? I trust fine and light and when ready for quarters depends upon the severity down" pains. All these symptoms I ALWAYS ON HAND / j'!

l'.1l.1f<.lx ln-tl you are not trying to make sport of planting phosphate was dropped in the of the season. Generally speaking its indicate exhausted deranged and weakened organs,
/ and energies follow the weak
In after the
hills to the amount of one ton to theacre. early November shortly
H' YOLT want: to oorrow money, invest the court. And Judge05ter'5 {'Old't'athl.'r has set in. Most bears ened condition of the female organs a! '

money, insure your property gavel beat the bench nervously. Bleep; uninterruptedly until spring. but surely as night follows day. Save yourself .HALF. : : 1
:i. -are uo-tr: cts ot title, buy or "I certainly was not honor.I The potatoes for seed were brought from worse results by taking I . -
ji your occasionally they are found wandering
rent 01 np from the ctllar the last February :
real estate, property
;dL thought it was Xott. Xow I am about in midwinter. natives BRADFIELD'SFemale ITO I
My seemed
Jvrcnptiou, have, rents colic ; or first of March and placed In a light: '
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auv, 'U tiC your taxes attended: to. sure it is Xott, for I have just cool roem. s-o that when they were to think that only those bears which Regulator : I,

14n our address 'l'bo. C. Watson looked at the papers." planted they had large;; green I'prlluts i have found uncomfortable quarters are The most invigorating menstrual regulatoi \ ,"

4 L ).. Heal tate and lusurauce What might have burst from the} and well tlevtloped leaves. "\51-0011 RS : restless and that they leave their dens in the world.; It relieves painful, profuse, 'ONE MILLION : ,1
feii-iacola, Fla. Charges at this time of the only for the :
.'t-ui*, year ,
\ ; court then can only be conjectured, the soil was warm enoimu these were obstructed or suppressed menstruation.neaousne .
who
111' dee.te. To everyone buys did notdjiniflhi.Ii purpose of finding:; better ones.-From is, headaches,cetera. Beaut '. I
placed in tbe ground. His cars j
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for at the moment Mr. :
a lot from us we will lend money explosive 1I0that the "Iig: Came of Western Alaska," by of face and symmetry of fonn ere the results ,
un, wnich to build a house. 81MK1NDEKUAUTEN Xott came forward and explainedthe any prt.itoeswere James II. Kidder in Outing. f>f its use. Of lru r5istsr. Our book, ,t
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r situation to the judge.-Xew planted and \'Iry soon the leavesbegan "Perfect Health for Women." free. Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing r
toward the light and
; to push up :
1..IIIh..J.t H'lC1'i4'hnnl_ York Times. nioaernted.; WE BRADFIELD REGULATO: CO.. ATLANTA,GA.QENEUAL ,' "
air. They were kept free from w(\ 'ds: ,
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"" - TLrec-year-olJ Jack had pulled a .
School will btretied and bugs until the middle of July; then
Lunch of nasturtiums in hisgrandmother's HK\CH SCUKDULE :
"Four and Twenty. large! *
at 35; Dast: Wright street. )fr. Jacobs l.egan: marketing them,
( though strictly forbidden
yard
U.t.lLj Miss Margaret Maclay. In his "Bar, Stage and Platform"ilermanCharles largely at a dollar p Mat Mcrivale writes Meanwhile a second lot of potatoes
martial was held with grandma as {OTernment steamer General French
--.-- thus of wanderedDEruSITLD had been t-prouted the same as the others '
Thackeray we
judge advocate. which THE NEWS prints for the
It.VlK CJO'JUH. and planted the first of July between Capacity 50,000 Daily. -
.i*_r_*-** i- "irMK the rows, so that when the first "Jack," she saul, "who pulled grand ienefll of the merchants who ship ... .

.;. SAUAH KEIKXE-Manufac- crop was dug they hoed the second lot ma's 11owers"Vitb heir goods to the \arious army

tun-r aud dealer m Hair Goods, which was already above the ground.In a sad countenance the beautiful ;posts! : ,if
Hair Oil little fellow replied. "Kathleen" (his
Huts Toilet Articles September the second crop was hare Leaves Pensacola___ ...._. _. 7:110 a. m.
etc., 325):i West Government street, vested. From the lirst planting Mr. elder sister). Leaves Karranraa.__ .....___ 7:50 a. m. McMillan Brick Go. I
.-.--.- Then the grandfather, a rather stern Leave. Hlckens _..._______ 8iKia. m. i
,%rtNTJ1). I Jacobs raised at the rate of 300 bushels Leave Barrancas__ _.__ 8:15 a. in.
ii acre from the second 100 bushels. old gentleman: and a great stickler for Leavei Hensacola..___.__.__10:15a. m. :
per : :
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I' ; truth spoke up."Jack Arrive Bnrranca 11:10 a. m. and ihtnnakes Pine Barren, Fla.
W.TtUlen: to learn barber The variety nd! was the New Queen, a trip to Fort McKee and then rearn )
be and 1 did it!? -
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a man
ruh for barbers in say ; lo liarrancas.Leav I
tMde. Always and the only fertilizer was phosphate. .
saved With a beaming expression of relief ''> Barrancaa____..__ llhp. ra. J
Years
priul{. Prepare now. American Agriculturist. Leaves Sickens.__ ._. ___. 1:25p.m.! PARKER'SHAIR 1 .
U our method. Steady practice Jack cried out, "Oh, yes; grandpa did knaves hVBsaeola ___ 4mp.: i m. BALSAM I !

it: >ls, diplomas, position and board It-J: udge. 1 Leaves Fickeng. _____ 6:15p.m. -a cu.1... lID.! beviiO.. ha b.1t.. I -
The Price of rf'.d..ra. Pmniwtrt a Inxurunl fruwth.cr I
Arrives Hnrranras --
5:30 and makes
mailed free.M i p. m.
Catalogue lf=" Fails to Bwtom Gray
(riven. Some who would like to InvestIn i .rip to MORe and return. .
New OrV.NLtDAhl people -;;= Hair to Ha Youthful Color.Cuiti ,
-r Barber: College, .... ,
< Ou \Vednesda.v9audBatarday8theoatwiil N' .Ip d' <* k 'liatr tilucg '
1.:1. improved' live stock have been scared One Little Day. _5e&u1).''eat nti.jpMj }
I I'.il ) leave Barruncas!! via Pick- S '
a littli> by the high prices paid for fancy "It is a blessed! secret' ," says one, :
for Ppiisacola 6 :m
na at
kinds of beer : p. m. :
\ empty invliviilnals. They seem to think that "that of the day. Anyone
living by
1'\. A. Iriedman. n9-t The General French I U for army .
b V. there is no u"e in trying to get Improved can carry his burden, however heavy, )urpose.-i only and any outsider rau'tlave : !

iioi.M2L.i-i. z/ stock at reasonable figures. This: untilnlrhtfal1. and any one can do his. a j'a=iI from the .
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Is all wrong. Oood: breeding Mock can work, however hard, till the sun goes take rosace! 01 her.qUJ.rtf\rmIBtcr'l These tiny Capsules: ;superior* :!

COMVI !ll.'IAh HOTEL 110 In- h(' bought today nt prices that beer n down. Any one can live patiently, lovingly to Balsam of Ocpai'txi.: : / -\l.

t. j Kvt-ry thing n"Wj; all proper relation to the nine of market and purely for one day. And o 4!-. G T 0 :L1.: ;.Ii.. Cutiecs uuJ InJPcI'lr.tlD.: /. t i

!.. !' : vtiirnceModerate. animal!*. It i* not necessary now anti this is all life means to us-just one Iei the 1e KIct: ea Hale Alwag Bclirfilature They cure iu 48 bite: 'sThe.s .\ ,

14. -. tits. Desirable, day it never was for the breeder of Trade,'? little day.Vhy not try this truth.- '))'' ,hietie a tlJl"lOYIl1..' '" ii : .

i, ,. IKJjIin-- I II I, to pay extravagant prices fir pure l'bllalll'lphllortb! American. 'II #flu t!: .. .e \.h (I "V 'N!. :r.B.Tt. r ,.

-I brotl sires, 110 matter what Kind of live .
H1-\ '! '. 1.'I i \ board can be LVE1'li.t.X ,
A BKIfiHT SIXPENCE: DJ : .
Hock lie is prouui-ing. The sale of fancy ----- -- : '
.. 1I.merciallllltel, "
: : \ w t ). The Kasy: I'ill.DeWitt's f

1 llu: L.a' :Hi. i.utireet.. 1'opular animals with pedigrees la the Little .._.. --..--.,.,...., p-q- ..'..-.-.-.,,--.;,.-.. -..\-_1 ,. ]
through the exhibition of 1SGO to- Early Risers do Y'V'V' *.>_- '_* *..* .* __- _. .
r- u.iiiiHi! -. 2:5jliu: I height' ; of some craze, affords no criterion fir V -""-# ; ;YCi"Roberts '"-" '
gether we met a school of little girls of the market for pure bred stock. I pot gripe nor weaken the system tlJ,) I .1
,",A 141';. They cure biliousness, j juunlicecotmtip'itlon > ,
1auCARLoAD --. in gray, with very wide open eyes Further, it Is not merely unnecessary and inactive livers, by & Dai ley I ;' '

indeed, improving their harmless for the breeder of grades to par extremely arousing the secretion, moving Q ,g ;

..; Kt-uiucky and Ttn- little minds under their mistress'guiJ.lnec high; prices but it Is usually bowels gently, yet eilpctually, and .. ..... .i J
II".u-> -, -idJUr-i and driven unwise to do so. It is also unwise and !giving such tone and strength to the -DEALEIIMIS-
ii- _",.>! di.ui mules, for !sale in a quaint row of two and I dangerous to pay extremely low prlel's.I glands of the stomach, liver and [1)) 11:) :'
at t J! .. .'"r. i r <>f / and two. Thackeray stopped when he 1GHOICEST
> irruo-sa} bowel that the cause of the trouble( j
I The seller of an article knows its value, STAPLE AND CROOER'ES.li' :
JI fi .'uiti': tOld l'eii!' ucolaStab.i. saw the little ml Jl%?, and they and when he offers a pure bred animal is removed entirely. These; famous i FA.NOY
Mc lllbu. Phone 215.SWjlw! I
and bobbed. "How little pills exert a decided tonic ef.
stopped, too, at or near slaughter: price it is often I
j I feet upon the organs involved, andif New Florida Syrup, Fish 'd. I. .
little there? heaked :
girls are Re
many worth less than that judicious tint II'
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their! use is continued for a few '
rem >: .\I.E- '
:, irii' ''. in' yiiod. order. Apply to I sir." 'Tour and twenty little Stock mau and Farmer. trouble. Hargh Pharmacy John ; \ t

'I iM'ltv.' r4ll)1II110, 'lii Ieeu I girl,;. They must have four and -- Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. ft; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS :r;| : :' : .j J

!1,1 t t.: j III j.tf four l'l'ot't001' Friend W ; .
twenty little sixpences: to buy OF ALL KINDS. IJ!* ..

A JIAH'.iAlN: : : can; be had in one of I and twenty little things with." And It we, we would m"2t employ tay the nature's ravages:: greatosinsictieiiles of Insects t- JFudqin's, file Best for pc. ij;; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. {ij .' 5

birds. To do this will
'- require -

-I"'J : III u'lfantttd leue at fair elf E. W. PEAKE I) '.'
hir. deposited a bright sixpencein public opinion that will compel theirenforcement. f1(
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: \ 'urPUuo? hDU-e can I II 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot \ ( i
hand.
I I' it otHc .'. A. V. every tiny The farmers themselves:' and builder ,, 't
my !: Electrical contractor & '
often their best friends and I'll one !. ". 1..1., i i.. '

::' '' Ii. .-.- CllIbb'i'I'I' Becher's Suggestive Comment. then complain destroy! of bugs; and worms that will class do style your and electrical at reasonable:work in rates first- I". ,.!.--_ ....._..._."_-- S- .;0'._- ..;...'__- .b.._- .".'.,--- .!.1t. -'_.. ,'...,............_".".""- ,'1-..'.=f.._ t ., ., .1.I

Hm :>.\ I.E-l: he intot de irablt I Previous to the dedicatory excretes destroy their crops or reduce them below He can'be found at 30 Houth Palafox 't "'

'. I. city on easy ttriin, by in conned ion with the openingof th point of possible profit. Farm street. Phone 203. i, 1
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t F. > r Heal Estate Agency, ers can cease this injurious foolishness,
'I;, :> nth 1'aUfux. ItiJIUl a new church Henry Ward, Becch- anti they can compel the exemption of: HALL & KLEIN jrf'
who to make the principal If you want a nice present to give
--- er, was their farms and lands from the depredations :
I Sou J IIp.e. to a friend, and look through the
riling address made familiar with the go
was of the bird killer. Iut: they will : I
l\-) \iltll- striu-ture. do neither 0110 nor the other until they elp ant line of suitable articles at 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. : i
O I1t'Sl B at Wheeler
find
: J. I. Stephens, you surely can
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'I':; Mary E.thH.l< l .. Airs.proprietress. I The junior; informed the great realize the importance to themselves of something to please you. If you

l All the preacher that the church was complete doing: so. To solve, this problem is t>l want anything in the Diamond line and ; 'ij
Groceries
..ot home at very Iejsoiiaz. I in the minutest detail ; that tne effectively educate the people on the be euro to see him before you buy. Staple Family ,
Northern touri-ts will subject. Then proper laws may !he .
ti dtbt was not large and he hoped f
"- an ideal place to rpeud a i i"I made anti enforced. I5y so doing: we
"I" -.. I"'H'. l2nhinijpi I, that the afternoon's contributions can attack not only the 10011'e'lI.. but I Select Meats, Vegetable, Etc.,. in Tins. '. .1 j

I would reduce the burden consider all otlur iUM-ct pests in their most vultUTable BEST FOR THE t i
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iitiiiisitI-
II ably. Ioint.-Furm and Ranch.Tir PDu1ryEs andCauntryFrrn1uc.; '. .
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S .1 r.l\EU-A: new lotjofhield Apparently there was something } J

f.. 'u at WhiteHljs. *- wrong with the stained glass win- <:? !' }' Moth.Piojilf BOWELS Telephone No. 358. i ]

__ t i .>uth Palafox. fi'IU I dow in the rear of the auditorium, iii Massachusetts! are becoming -i (f TOO bavn't a rctnilnr. licaltt.T morempnt of thtbc 'j
the : increase ... 111 or ,,lil .be. hep5owesopin.nOi yoi.l -''' --- : I J
and in to a Mr.lotvher a little im.xiirtis ovir rapid every dny. }uti re
I response query ffrurrr.lii the tihtetC y"> _
1.1. \ 1NA: in trimmed hats of of the gjpsy *"',*'" (l'll<i-fontis d..n",ruu. flu nnooiht..aicrt. t
was told that a portion ,. l"u-tJ..rl..t.>a7 ol kuting liie bOneS nm
; y Mi*. g. D. :\orjalf gla-s hjid fallen out, due to a work- campaign) to cxttnuinate was stopped llear&&.. clean ..III lake ftOYAL STANDARD % :Z. ,
,
< r >' in for the Murdi three 3 t'.r ago. The pest' is likely to I CANDY

.;are-o. : mu low t have that room th ylr"and iiuu's The cureli'SMioss.church was one of those not:I\'t' a government great deal of and trouble state! I'UU.rhJ.combine.' CATHARTICEAT 8 Years OU, in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3 20 per cast t

i'. .11. Kpniftnber the :, !<
Huffy little parlorlike arrangements forei'f. as in the ca>-o of the present' I
:\ 11 KI"t IiiteudeiiPi'i iSt.tOjlm .
: : j built! for thc exclusive! few. Evidently i-attlo cpiJi'Uilc! ? Let congress be urgedto ; J4 THIS WHIHKEYis: distilled at the Nelson Co. f f .#

l it did( not please the taste of the make a liberal I iippropri.1tion' conditioned I ., Distillery, and i i-> fully watured in wood .

H. M \:\, IIm rt'1mker! : : 315 j who was accustomedto on help\ by the state. The state I S before buttling u is! absolutely; pure and not ex. ,: 'l
preacher,
:- .hf..x ..tr..et. lifl' COVer- great cannot finish the work alone, and the celled in quality by any Whiskey of the same agent I !
: r'j'.iiriii.r! nr umbr..il-isand the roominess of his great barn coAcnimcnt d inbtK-ss will not, but birth \ tiO matter where produced. The Royal Standard Tfj;

,i "'ciulty. Silk cover i structure in Brooklyn. is eight years old when bottled, and, considering: *: t, "' !,
handle the job
Bcech- in t'l"opl'rltionIulll 'EM LIKE CANDY -'iI its excellent quality, is the cheapest! whl in t
n h nut. jin 3 I "JLithor: fortunate, said ,, ,. key .'
without much of a load on taspaj ..., PotcnnTate000d. 1,0004 .
putting l-ilahle. '. A.
? nl. the market at that As
: price. a beverage, and aa '
: .
w centj
;
commenting the broken win- Ktrrr Pickrn, Wcaki-D, vr t." 10,t; and f
} s !" waiaiLg b rt'd1'11", I er, 'ITS.-American Cultivator. I per bux. Write for free i....1"1 e. ana booklet C3 on .t an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better. J : :

.t< or anything in the gro- Jow.hit will give our prayers a Lultb.BTEBUIQ AdIrcii ILl I.,... OUU' ChICaGO Jd '''ilL Khlpped in case containing no marks whatever to \ '\1'

ilry goods line will do I chance to get out.'' Tolmcrn Dos and Itee.. ,.l .'it. indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining : '"

.1 h -f re. purchasing tn .of'fo D'I Last summer I was induced to try : KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 4. the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality Le C.. i ':

-_ rut._Ohve, Fla. j71m j Knew Their Backs. tobacco dust on my melon and cucuml -, rcan return the same at our expense aud money '., .."
I Iltt'I will be refunded.
.
( )" .,. Senator Mason and "Pr \ate"John l her vines as a protection against the : ; All orders should be accompanied by either ,

I; L '1 l.MON1ithetalIorha4re.' Alien of Mississippi met in a. Washington striped beetle and am satisfied that S nAIlS OLD I j f currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express .\j. f'ElGllt ;.1 1i

:. to ll'a %Vest! Governrrent cafe. In the course of their while It proved most effective in that P Excellence, : <" ? I oJ: money order. We reftr to First National I:: f;

"pro-ite Expre'8 office. chat the Chicago man asked, "Did regard it also deterred the pollenizing n"9 iL T 1RA.q! Bank or any merchant in Pentacola. Tj! 1'
:
w
,1'1" prepared to ole'in.: tcil insects from visiting the flowers as 1 ;

pre..< lad if'*' and irentle- you see the Grand Army parade last th.?y are wont to do. My crop of melons 1\} :'1 { Ii '

,If inqd't. ll jam fill. JohnAlkn foupht! for the and cucumbers suffered in consequence .' "' .1'.; "< ') S. A. FRIEDMAN !: ', v .. J Ji
'it" .
-. --I all the civil the weather .:., .f. :L.i.' f
True.
through of its
-- Confederacy use. r 1-'" 1. 1i it.1'c ;
; :tr ) } :.
; :
I "Yes 1 theparade : but I noticed that r(. '.: : SotE PROPRIETOR PKKSACOLA: FLA. ,.
J N. : war, but he replied, ; saw rvvas unpropitious, ,_ -'... .: .J:; ..r! f H..J< #I
ANDREWS I 1 / ,
and I recognized quite a lot while the bees, etc., were plentiful mother It c '
:
( :
I 7,; ;-J V. 0. BOX 4IH. 1KI 1-I'If()\i: 1':9 '
i of the \\etcran: "How in thunder parts of the garden they seemed tAt, i :c /\iY..1 '!. S( T' ii\ !
Hud uartcrs for '' to give the: melon and cucumber !flowers .. J''t -
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? i did you recognize three men ? asked {, .... ...... ;
the ";;0 by." Cor. Rural New .::'- 3.A5-nr-IkS i.. ; ititif -
r.\\ I MACHINES.. : the senator. "By their backs, Billy; Yorker.It's *-"" '''.-::.'' ""'7"1' handle every class of L'-ji-ora sold In jS i t. '.1

I by their blcb.liter, Senator Mason I ". '. S :, ': bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, I.t pi ices that i;. f' ; .;J

wants to speak to 'ou." The. easier to eiplahi Jour t'C'trbborF!: I i4ie': : are way down. ; '" I

nCAl ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT I senator liudrindv! said something.: failure thin: your own uiKdin-cteJ. efforts. ,:, ,_.L__.__._ ,/ AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. I;' .t.:; I

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i_ THE DAILY NEWBi PEN8ACOLA. FLO RIB A. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8,1803

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art.' All Don't Think Alike. FUNERAL OFMRS. PILOT BOARD :PRICES KNOCKED <


soon t
l( 'There are some people w ho will! not ride HELDMEETINC

upon the electric cars-others do. There

Hl' ve also some people who still think the INTO SMITHEREENS
REV J. R. BICKNELL WILL PER t !I

primeval method of using sour milk and soda BUT ONLY ROUTINE BUSINESS

Cue leavening bread is the best. They FORM LAST RITES IN AC

WAS SAID TO HAVE BEEN
hircn't tried "GOOD LUCK" Baking ;
Powder. CORDANCE WITHREQUEST. ; SCATTERED TO THE FOUR WINDS OF HEAVEN
P TRANSACTED. {
} All Our WINTER WEIGHT SHOES, THE BROKEN LOTS, THEtJ'

t : -- } INCOnPLETE SIZES, the Accumulation of the Season's Business
The board of pilot commissionersheld ,
Virgin Tha precious remains of Mrs. Mary a regular meeting at the MUST GET OUT and for that purpose we will on SATURDAY,

:................. Uoode Scott will be borne to St. FEBRUARY 7th, start our NOW FAMOUS ,$- c,
ball of the association this morning;

::4 John's cemetery tomorrow afternoonat bat It was: stated that there was

i SOCIAL ECHOES jj jjMrs. I 3:30 o'clock and the cortege will nothing of an important nature .ODD AND END SALE.

be a large one. The funeral services transacted. ... ..

.......................... will be conducted by Rev. Jesse R.
Several communications were received The sale that has become a household word, the sale that will accomplish its pllr-
.James M. Muldon entertained: Bicknell who had been almost a
delightfully at cards last evening son the deceased for the past five and read two of which were pose. YOU MUST ACT QUICKLY REMEMBER, THEr.1.RE THE BROKE,1'LOTS

in honor of her guest a the Misses to referred to the attorney general. It AXD MUST GIVE WAY TO SPRING; PURCHASES.
years or more and the beloved lady
Nicholson, of Atlanta. The lovely was not given oat what these communications -
home was artistically decorated had exacted from him' a promisethat related tv. *,4) HOW ARE THESE PRICES FOR DEEP CUTE? @

with evergreens and palm Quantities when death had enshrouded -

of graceful red :and white car her, he would return and conductthe THE WEATHER TO-DAY. LADIES' SHOES. I Misses' Shoes. I CHILDREN'S SHOES
nation.were in
placed effectively last This beautiful "
available position. DifL rent obsequies. -- $3 50 Patent Vici, Lace Welt $, DO Patent Vici. Lace, Welt $1 i>0 Vici, Lace, Button, >-
"1 every I promise will be kept. Mr. Bicknellwas Hole ...... ............. ...$2 78 Hole, Il>:ato2..............$2 061 to 11......... .... .. .. {1 ,,
games of cards: were played at seven j LOCAL FoRECAbT-Kaln tonight and 3 IQ Patent Vici Lace, Turn 2 00 P.ltf"nt'oJed and Tip. i 1 25 Viet Lace or Buon, s

t table:. At the l.t. ht u'i; 2ud, notified the first thingyesterdayby Saturday fresh east to south winds sole: ...... ........ ...... ... 2 73 Lice.11l: to 2.... .... .... 1 C'J l to. 11...... .... ...... .. ,:yj
He'uB i 3rd, Poker dice; 4th, Old )Ir. J. Will Dorr, of his aged Vice hand sewed Turn 1 75; Vii} Kid, Button or Lace, I 1 00' let. Lace or Button >>-

Maid; S'.ii, S.x-haudt-d. ; EucLer; l lh, I frieisd's death and he is now on his Temperature in Last 24 Hours: 3 00 !Sole: Lace or- Button, ...... 2 39 to 2...... ...... ... .... 1 i>9\t to 11.... .... .. .... .. I v
1 b01'tct Kid, Button or Lace, 1 00 Patent Leather, Lice.
Hal-j! lck; and Tih, Poker dice I iTt.e to Pensacola. I Maximum? .__....__. .__. 41 degrees 3 00 Vici Lice, Dull Kid Tops, Il'< to2.... .... .... .... .... 1 18 to 11..... .... .... . .-. .i
1 1: sore coda were little fans way II I' Minimum ..__.._..._ _..__._.._._degrees Welt Sole..... .......... 241 1Viet; Button or Lace: llj &0j B',x Calf Button, 6 to !', .fic

tisd with libbous. j; Lifelong friends of Mrs. Scott: will 2 5!) Vici Kid, Lace Extension to 2...... ............ ...... 8JJ: f 03 Vici, Lace, 6 to S. .. .. .
The first Miss be pallbearers. They are Dr. Wil- Temperature Elsewhere: Hole ...... ................. 171 1 00 Vici, Button or Lace: IP: Tai Patent Leather Lee. o ti
prize was won by I Mia. Max. 250 Vici Kid, Laced or Button 1 b9 to 2....... ..... .... .... .... ClcMen's to 8...... .... ...... . .. .. u.50c .
; .r Isibel Q-iini a handsome: silk um-i! mer S. Hill, J. William Dorr R. E. Atlanta..? _? ..._...??..??_.US e2 :2.! ,to Vici Button Common : ; Ha'd Sol", Lice <-r Bui-

brell.i. The ladies' booby wou by I L. Daniel, Walker Anderson J. M. _-11 -is Hpn51'.urn""olp... ....... 1 89 Shoes. ton,2to6...... .. ... tMe!
r MissStelli Avery, a small lobster. ChIcago.. ,?? ___?_.?.??.10 21 2 50 Vici Button Welt Sole ... 2 07 $5 00 Patent Kid: All-over Rlu- I Toe; Soft Holes.IS Htvie s. . w.
The consolation was cut for and won Cue and J. O. Semmes. These six Plnp.lnnatl..-____-M 3| 2 (A) Patent Tip Lace, Cuban cher .............. ..... ....$3 81' offs Soft Soles, All Colors. . '; .'
gentlemen were selected this morn. fiftlVHhtnn,T1Tr?.?....__.__..?.40 Jo Military and French Heel 16t 5 00 Patent Vici, Lace, Exteu- I
by Miss Winkler, a handsome Huron_._,..?__-flu t2! 1 ';Lace Extetsion ole.Heel. lion Sole...... .... ........ 3 7'J Boys, Youth's and Little Gents'
framed Gibson picture.Mr. ing by Hon. J. C. Avery who was Jack onvllle _.-?.__.4:! 51 and Spring Heel...... .... 500 Patent ('oronarIonkev I

Wise won the gentleman's legal adviser for the deceased and Kansas City___?.__16 3S 1 75 Lace: Patent or Leather Akin Top*......:... .... ..". 3 9'' Shoes.
t first prize a beautiful gold stick pin Key West.__________T. so Tip ...... .... ...... ........ 121 3 50PatentVICI Lace: or Button 270 l
have accepted to act. They all held Memphis ____.__ 28 40 175 Button Extension Sole... 129 3 50 Shoes all kinds and styles 2 76 .3 50 Patent Yici. Lace, Welt
set with diamond. Mr. W. M. Pitt
the deceased in high esteem. Mobile ,?__.__4>t 61 1 50 Lace or Button, Heel and 3 00 Patent Enamel, Extension 2 41 Soles 4 to 6'.i...... ... .. $.! ;1
, 1 the booby, a cabbage. Montgomery_...____ 81 4S Spring Heel.... ...... .... 1 18 300 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid: 200 Vici Kid, Lace, 2'j! to 5V 1 69,

Elegant refreshments wore served ; These gentlemen were notified of New Orleans__.___4J 52; 12aceof.ButtonPatentTlp, Lined.... ...... ...... ...... 241 175 Vici Kid Lace 2!; to 51 1y, I 11)Sii)
..........
It I the guests enjoying one of the hap their selection today, and are requested Sew York__..?..?__SO SI Extension Bole 89c Vici Kid, Plain or Cap Toes 1 89 12.jr-atirtCalfVlce. Plain or
piest events of the season. Savannah. ..._, _.40 50 1 25 Lace Common Sense...... b9c 12.W LacePatent Leather.... 1 bl Cap Tiles, 2li to &' ,. .. : >
to meet at the undertaking 1 00 Lace Common Sense..... 81c \
St. Louis __ ,
I.' is 3d 2 00.ici Kid Plain of Cap 1 75 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2- .. 1J
establishment of Northup &; Wood Toes Lace or Congress... 1 49 1 50 Vici Kid Lace, 13 to 2. 1 I U91c
' Mifs Mamie Merritt gives a hay tomorrow at 2:45 m., whence they THE MARKETS. Ladies' House Slippers. 1 75 Lace Box Calf............ 126 1 53!; Hox Calf Lice: 13 to 2. .
ride this evening in honor of Miss p. 1 50 Heavy Satin Satin Calf I 50 Viol Kid, Lace, 9 to 13. .. 11 H
will proceed to the Scott home. Shoes.. .... .... .... .... ... 1 22 1 25; Vici Kid: Lace, 9 to 13. rk
Winkler, the charming guest of Miss $1 75 Red and Black Quilted New Orleans Hand Made Cable

1 Isabel Q'' lnd. Mr. John Wood this; morning pre- Satin Fur Tops ..... .... .. 149 Screw Shoe.... .. .... .... 9Sc
, pared an elegant couch for the re- COTTON REPORT. 1 50 Black Julietes. Fur Tops.. 1 19 t..Merchants not barred from bUY-I HAS BEENS, WOULD-BE IX-
1 00 Black Felt Juliets, Fur ing Ibis tlioe.
' Miss Thornton, of Birmingham, mains.!;! Constructed of the finest red ; Tops..... ...... .... .... ... 87c Men's sli VEXl'ORV AND FAKE SALES
!: will arrive this afternoon. I cedar it is covered with heavy imported Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. 73c Black Felt Slippers lined 4'Jc\ pp ors. MUST GIVE WAY 1O THE

Lowe; Co. Black SrrgeSlippers.... .... .... 24c |I 25 Vici Kid, Black Opera.. .. 99s!): OlW JXA TOnS OKI'HE GREAT
1* ; Rev. J. R. Bicknell will arrive broadcloth and elegantly f 1 50 Felt Shoes, Leather Tip- 'I' 1 00 Vici Kid: Black, Tan or AND ONLY
Spots. ped, Lined, Lace... ...... 1 19 Wine Color.. ...... .... f.is
the interior covered with
i\\ from Washington Saturday morning I cushioned Good liddling..9 1.16 1 25; Felt ShoeLace or Con- 75i; Black or Brown Alligator: yji10J

h. wad will be the guest during his !I It I rich pure white satin and silken I j Strict Middlillg..S 15; -16 grew, Lined..... ......... 893 J' Whittemorfi, Uiby Elite, OUI I)I AND l) 11)) SALE !I

visit of Mr. and Mrs. leY6er. Mr. 'I It' lice. Solid silver handles are affixed Middling .s13.16 Black !Serge Shoe, Lace or Con- 4Sc Combination Poli-h Ga 1 1

... llicknell cornea to officiate at the
s to the casket. Strict Low Middling.8 1) SLow

; funeral of his friend, Mrs. Mary --- Middling........... .... .8 5-16
\ Goodo Scott, in answer to the last Tone Steady. :Meyer Shoe Co.

request inaJa by her of him, that he BLUE BOOK FOR 1'CTUltE9.

'l4 would come, when she died, and

( : perform the buriai service for htr.1 THE CURRENT YEAR March...8.J6Iay. Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.

'*: Tile p.i.ioD, of Mr. Hick t'U to .9.01NiV. --

iIl I ficott for the last four or five years: L BILU'.US MAIIKITT.llcporteJ .

.f has been almost that of a son, as SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER
TilE NEWS acknowledges receiptof GREENHUT & 00. ot
for
Dally The New bj
t well as spiritual pastor and friend; !lt
" Union Naval Stores Co. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
and Mrs. Scott's friends will be gladi:4' the 1903 Blue Book of American ,

to know that it is possible for the one Snipping from the Pensacola customhouse OIlIN.WW LINE. 11.
____ If JO H_ __t2trwu 1
$ who was so near her in her long Buffering officials, who have the thanks _____ 8 MO 6.______ I V5 ....WHOLESALE GROCERS,

k ; to perform the lat sad office I Ii : of the Y--....... .. ."_ 3s5 F__.___ I f5B.
ftie thurch. paper.JOSEPH I H__._..._._ S :I.'i :.___ ......... I toK The Pensacola St. Andrews and I
t,i I I a15 D._..._.__ I !>I.. Gulf Steamship Comp lilY has fixed I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.
',!:I _____ the following schedule and rates toi
1 2 14) C;&below_._ 1 !e)
The Rev. Horatio W. Horizon, FRANCIS tPUUTI'UKPETtN6I:!.bid. apply between Pensacola and the
( points named:
D. HALE WILSON
awing to unforneeu circuui-tances, ,

will not arrive before tie 11th of DIED TODAYCaptain CARE OF THE EARS. SCHKDULK.
Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa
Ratherhue's( Never apply n poultice to the inside cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 Real Estate and Rental Agent
:
of the canal of the far.N'Mpr o'clock,, after the arrival of the Mo- ,
11 m., will be held announced,
fl1 a. a
bile train and the P. & A.
; Joseph Francis an aged put anything in the car fort accommodation -
q Rev. J. R. Bickm-lt, officiating. I i train. This will enable a 1a\i South P.il.ifoY Street,
citizen of )Milton died at his homethis e relict of toothache. I
i person to leave Mobile at 5 p. in.,
Never anything but a Fyrinse TELEPHNE NO. 234. PENS'.COLA, FLORIDA
use tn-ike close connection at Pnnsacola:
! [ of He
morning, pneumonia.
'. I The performance at the I _. .
opera !and warm water for ck-ausiuj the e.irs. and reach St. Andrews the next -
. house, Saturday afternoon, of the hH a Eon and daughter who are Never strike. or box a child's cars. i morning at 7 o'clock.
1
! .,' "Deesttick Skule" will be given for |citizens of this place, and one son in This has been known to rupture the i I, i .ts..r.xGKK It.\TIS.
1t. 1 the benefit of the United II.i.1fl drumhead awl cause deafltcss.! .BRA VNER'SCLEARANCE
I Mobile, besides several other chil The passenger rate from Pensacoli
This society is one of the noblest organizations Never scratch the ears with anythingbut will be follows
as :
Id-eu who with him his
i.1fl; of the city its motive were at the filler If they itch Do not use To St. Andrews and St. Audrews
: !| death bed. The funeral will occur the head of a pin hairpin, pencil tip or t 00 round $10.
: t being t'j rdit\8 want and distress point?-;$ > ; trip
; : I1 )1l1orrow.I I anything of that uature.Xc'r To Apalachicola: aria Carrabelle-
the aad
. I among: poor destitute it is I
-- $3 50 round trip $15. SALE
I manJrif.d: by efficient officers who! 'j put milk fat or any oily substance Thee; fares include first-class
in the ear for the relief of pain,
WILL GIVE
. through; competent committees 'I cabin, stateroom and meals.
for it soon becomes rancid and tendsto
.J' : thoroughly investigate each appeal Further information can be securedby
. Inflammation. warm
Incite Simple
applying at the company's offices
: so that the proper help may be better TAKING STOCK.
MILITARY BALL 1I'aterm answer the purpose in the Thiesen building. ...BEFORE ..
: given those who really need. This than anything else

l"1" institution is supported by the voluntary --
contributions of the citizens i! Mat(tng. GOOn IlKCOMMEXDATION. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I 54 inch Heavy Ladles' Cloth in all

;t of PeusitcolA and is absolutely nousectarian. | At a meeting of the C. L. I. held Nothing looks worse than grimy matting "I have noticed that the sale of !nit all wool worth |3, special eale Colors regular $1 yard this sale Me!
last night it was decided to give a $1.98: suit.
It is a most worthy work and yet It U not difficult to keepIt Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I Remember we carry a full line of yard.
Ball their Ar-
grand Military at
and the public generally should bet In good condition. First baIt well Tablets is almost invariably to those Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 41-
. mory Hall on the evening of Mon ihaken to remove all dust and then to suit everybody. inch Dress Goods, latest out
glad of an opportunity to aid this who have once used them says Mr. prices regular
. day 22ud. wash It with salt and water. It must Look at our Show Window for
well as to the ', J. H. Weber a prominent druggist: $1 yard, this sale 89o yard.
cau-eas: enjoy splendid -
i The Chipley boys have for the past not be made too wet, and dry well afterward prices on Ladies' Underwear.
performance of "rhe Old; Dee.1 i ttree years made grand success of with a cloth. If there are any of Cascade, Iowa. What bitter recommendation We carry a swell line of Ladies'and 38 Silk pieces! regular Fancy{Dress 1 yard Good, this wont sale
strick Skule." could medicine Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so
stains, alcoLol will remove than. any
their dances on this night, and 74c yard.
have than for people to call for it everybody can wear om .
every effort will be made by the when in need of such a remedy? Try 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
Lieutenant M. W. Watkins, U. -=.I t committee in charge to make this True -Courage.Spartacus them when you feel dull after eating Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta silk warp, regular$yard, this

' .I N., arrived yesterday and went to j! season's event surpass all others. -What is the greatest act ,when you have a bad taste in drawers to mutch. sale bc; yard.
'f the navy yard in accordance with of bravery that ever occurred within your mouth feel bilious, have no appetite 60 doz Men'a Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot
: orders him that I I As the 22nd is Military Day during or when troubled with constipation worth Sue, special 35c; all colors, regular Sic yard, this sale
transfi-ring to specific ?
.. place. the Mardi Gras Carnival a Military your knowledge and you are certain to be delighted drawers to match. 2oc yard.
ball on that night will be the correct 1Ulrtacusman with only half a with the prompt relief which 30 doz Men's All Wool Red UnderJust Received a Full Line
Miss Florence Corthell of :Elgin: wind-up of the day's festivities. dollar in his pwket went into a well they( afford. For sale by all druggists shirts worth $1, special 76c; drawers Waistings, regular 2-jo yard this sale
[ cafe and ordered 40 cents worth of medicince dealers. loc
. Ills., arrived yesterday and will and to match yard.
.
These boys know how to entertain food right: out loud so that people at 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Lidies Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
i spend several days in the city. t their friends, and are preparing for a the next table Itoard him distinctly. We have just received our!! Hair Undershirts, worth $1.60. epecDay Skirts worth $1.50, special sale

-- I large crowd; those who attend are Baltimore. American.A ial$1; drawers to match in White, 9Sc each.
1 Mrs. H. C. Jenks, Miss Josephine! '! assured a pleasant evening. Program 1903 line of Heywood Go- Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladle Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

L Guyguay and Miss GeneviEve Capps''l and other notices will be ten In Bromley. England Is alleged Carts with all the latest im We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day !Skirts iruarantftfd all wool
I! given Shirt and Drawers, worth $3; spec worth $4 special sale 22.48 each.
; of Vaudalu His., compose a lately to have laid an egg which weighsa ; provements. Call and see
. I later. ial to close Sl.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
I i t arrived party of tourists. quarter of a pound.Mjsterioud them; they are beauties 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $1.60 special

; t I and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 98c each.
Circumstance.
Capt. George Newman of Bagdad MARITIME.aaalvrD. Marston fy Quina. 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured

and Louis M. Rhoda of Milton came I One was pale and sallow: and the 24 doz. Boy'g and Girl's Gray and skirts, worth $2 50 to fii, special
I other fresh and rosy. Whence the Hot French Waffles with Red All Wool Undershirts; at 60c; gale $l.>l8 to$4 98 each.ReadytoWear .
I down this morning on the City of difference? She who is blushing drawers to match. Jackets, oar price
. Tam fa. I with health uses Dr. Kind's New Florida Cane Syrup at We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.48 to $8 each. You will save
-- ''I Brhk J H Marsters.SSl. Frank, Belize to Life Pills to maintain it. By gently Solomon'sI Men'i and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
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Miss Sarah arousing the lazy organs they com- that we can save yon 25c on. buying.
, : Rapp Clymer of New CLIAKED. pel good digestion and head off con Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at I1.SW
II York is here for some weeks. stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at went to Pryor's furniture houseon of Men's Clothing; Bougnt at 60c on to 85; worth nearly double.
.I .. 4 Br Co 59 tor Chatton lJllnklrk.!!23-'l?with Sanderson l->a0u I,by ft H lumbei Baa-a, W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Palafox West Government street and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2.piece

; Mrs. E. W. Fowler left yesterday! v6.,00u a ft sawn timber, 15iMi c ft hewn timber street, Druggist. furnished my entire house for just JOlt M price off other merchants. suit, worth 11.50 special 98o suit.
valued at HM.15: ; for Lite pool with
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for Montgomery where she will I.u7i.f) i It lumber W.Ouu( i (i sawn timber one-half of what I expected to pay.
;, visit friends and relatives. valued at $15,167IlrschOtympta,50 the captain,owners tome and I don't Don't Blankets and Until Look
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I'tt'a, In ba.last = for*debts will cOntract.be re. know. why I remained single. long. at Ours. Remember the Place,
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