The daily news
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 Material Information
Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
notis - AKR4558
lccn - sn 96027213
System ID: UF00075893:00330
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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(" ':,; :.. ". t' 'f-.': ; ; r.;:..).... : / Acts truly'as lax .i IVe,. all day yesterday and last night but I This is one of the surest signs provided Austria's with military cork helmets.police force Is now.- ;
(:> .y1d: : ::::,; Syrup fFi appeals to the cultured and the were unable to locate him, and it is that the ship will come here. One-fourth of the vagrants in Edinburgh .. I'f

\lj- -Z' I thought that he has shaken Pensa- Mail for other ships of the fleet are of Irish nationality. : /
"ell informed and the
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/",..{" :- I. 'X "" :::;:;:--0:',,; ";'.: i parts are simple and wholesome and because cola sand from his boots and sought continues to arrive, although not in connection with Italy I an electric rail '. j {

'z ;1.. l '. .aiz.' ::..(" ". .' : ,, 4: 1..J it acts without disturbing the natural functions more agreeable surroundings. as large quantities as that intendedfor way from ("(lire toro :\.

>.,...r/, 1 .' .:.,'/ as it is wholly free from every objectionable! The woman was employed at the the Indiana The postmaster During the last twenty-five years ,

i' I'.tt.. ;". .' '- :; ( .,;::-,\ quality or substance In the process of. 6,770 English: vessels have: been wreck j.
,r residence of Laz Jacoby, on Baylen has received no orders to forward
.: \: used ed, Involving a loss ofIlIOS lives.
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li ': ...: ;, 'd :t.JjA. \ .-::::.., virtues of Syrup of Figs! are obtained: away from home Sunday after- department's instructions. BaJa railway! will be of little use to f" j

;: :.j,::..3 1 i, "?;";:,,'r! :,,,:,I. f.<: :rklJi_! : ;. 1 from an excellent combination of plants! noon Rouse went to the house, it is Turkey from a military point of view '. .'
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{:tf'f t. j' 1 'i' y 7 act most beneficially.To .
a ?\ In the world, and they make tlip conscription at Cuneo is one BattistaUgo ; '
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.c; :. pa get -buy \ finest drums. Chicago; and $t. Louis 7 feet 7 indies high and weighing : '
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,# "< !".';or,:<'':!_:','tft"i......:.:. ,:..\,.-\ "'IIt"")" / regarding; the circumstance,but the kind of instruments manufacturedIn mOlllf.tile. penal code so as to per ..j

;: ,A'<4;, : t-J Rouse had taken his departure.It this eity. Ihese drums are distinct malt of punishment by Imprisonmentall '
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a sharpness in tone required only iu orchestra to honor act of criminal Intent
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'i'>,: .'..'.'k4' '{r' Louisville, Ky. new York.fl.Y. that are used in corps and In military a direct attack upon the anarchists. I

-.; ,;: for salt: by all dru i'ats. Price fifty rents per bottle. deed, he gave an insulting reply and work must have a tone which U duller, t' '.F f

walked rapidly away. and the drum must not be so sensitive MODES OF THE MOMENT. i i'

The woman was left in a serious to the touch Druinmuking is a curi- ,
ous industry and us complicated as it Cluster effects are the most striking 1
condition several of her ribs alleged i
I ; are in curious, for the drum has many among the latest mesh veils. -I

A HIGH PRICED AD. inn tlpt'DP. to have been broken and her parts. A drum of the best construction Velours, velveteens and corduroy are .j

Young husband (picking up bundle THE HALL OF FAME. head badly Injured. Should nothing has 248 pieces, not including sticks, much used for winter costumes for i

the. Hud fare:nln 1 hat Wai Made by. from table)-What have you here, love hooks and L'It.11 materials must be walking traveling and skating. !i r''i.
i Jean de Ileszke has been made a more serious transpire. Rouse, if '
M I'rrurli Uentl.t. 1 1Purnn' of the best quality, for the bins from ;
rink In remains
8ouifthir? for nieV all its tlntings one t \
: a recent ft'8th"lllllt Xcuilly a Young Yife--Yl's. dar I went shopping i member of the Legion of Honor. captured, will have to answer to a which a drum is constructed arc what of the most fashionable and certainlyone ..i

r,".; .' \\"..n.i attracted the attention this morning; expressly to buy W. 15. Heyburn, the new senator charge of assault with intent to mur give it its tone, sad as the drum is of the most becoming colors for the ; ..
:lr.. chosen in Idaho, was born in Delaware subjected to rough; usage, it must be :
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s : ; l.y holding a heavy them for you. I hoi e )'oulll1ke them. debutante. s '
county, I'a., !iu 1J ,:. der. strong enough to stand the strain.-Indianapolis 4
1 r .if :i .1 i [i.'nbe 'u her tet't11.mong Young lIu..buul-Uke them! Of Instead of lace motifs decorating tho .
i II' \\it. 'nil her was a dentist, course tell like them if you bought: Will Jordan, n nephew of fled Cloud, This negro has a black: criminal Journal. velvet and beaver hat, things are now 'di:
the famous Indian chief, has just arrived t .
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reversed. Heaver what
them. nut what are they I record. He Is the same man who is ornaments or li
I .- .ill-;" .1 1 "':lUle to him, and he dei Young Wife--They're nightcaps; dear. I in Omaha to study shorthand. I' Mncnro Will Not He Itninrd.Fears the Trench call macaroons now stud -M
I ,' i : .Irrr it out I heard you tell Sparkles: this morning l>r. iob"rt F. Weir has retired as the believed to have killed old man have sometimes been expressedthat lace hats. I !.1 .1

I. .' }..un.t woman he said: that you'd g- town to the club with : president of the Academy of Medicine Athey at Perdido wharf two years when the Immense elt'drleOwl'r l'ale tinted moire silk draped with i J

\1' i" I am a dentist, andI him this! evening and get a nightcap, New York city, and Dr. Andrew II. ago Details of this crime are till Installations Niagara Tails are Incomplete chiffon and trimmed with narrow bandit !

I ..III more impressed with and I made up my mind nt once that Smith succeeds him. operation the withdrawal of of fur is among the try fashionable .,:

il I MUT of your jaws : I'd save you that trouble by seeing; Professor Hans Yirchow, son of the fresh in the minds of the reading water tlimuzh: tunnels will spoil! the i gowns worn by matrons at weddings : :

,"' 1'1.... Now, I am about that you hud some In the house. Just late Iludolf Virchow and professor of public. beauty and grandeur of the vast cata- I and large receptions.liolcro '.1.
Hi>iiioii to 1 will In the University of Ptorlin. ract. But recently'
an experiment
i' you. open the pared and try them Oil, WOU't snntomy Rouse was captured at Apalachicola jackets of black silk renals- 1 ..J:1
." i you will write a letter ? Pearson's. recently celebrated his fiftieth birth made by the Niagara: Tails Tower I. "
you, sance lace are very useful to cover up
,.It }ou ill> all this work and brought here for trial. company to ascertain the maximum !
day.There a favorite waist slightly the worse for j.:
i -i-t of false teeth whIc:* The Steward lndneaa. are three living exsecretariesof He was Indicted by the grand jury capacity of its great tunnel the current frequent wear. Under this charitable ,J

1 'L: ..'tmvd! for ,'on." A IIllllhrartllman in New Zealand war in the United i States senate- through; which is calculated to develop exterior it can enjoy a new lease of c i ,

tliuiisht the young vro- had a sudden shock a little time ago. Mr. Proctor of Vermont Mr. Hlkins of for the murder of Athey but at least liio.om) horsepower, life. I .'

.; "I" ill accept your offer lie was standing on a railway plat. West Virginia and Mr. Algcr of Michi was acquitted at the later trial. Im- .lions that such fears an probably ,:

1 ''n. You must first give circus elephant groundless. When a quantity of water -
form giving apples to a CYNICISMS.
: mediately his acquittal he was .' Ii:
r upon
linllars! as I ran raise from I, caged in a cattle truck ns the circus gan.The largest individual landholder In "twice ns great as many notable! I I :

.j. ith my teeth." was on the move. The train started, the United States is said to be John S. taken in charge by the city officers rivers discharge" was sent' through the Every big man has a lot of little .. t

IM i hesitated a moment and and the elephant not to lose the last ISilliy of Mitnian. Mo. In seven stateshe and compelled to serve out an tunnel, its diversion was not noticeable ways left over from his little days. ,}':

.1 11! it he would Rive lier In apples In the basket promptly seized holds property aggregating; IbO.fKX' ) equivalent to a fine of 1100 on the brink of the falls for It was You may think you are right but 'it .twouldn't

'I any 25: cent pieces as she the man in his trunk and carried him acres. imposedby but a very small fraction of the water you give a good deal at times 1"

," '1'" this she agreed, and along; with the train. The train had Dr. II. i'. Williams of Nashville. mayor Hi Ward. that comes down from Lake Erie to know it? I f ...

I .' ites later the dentist was nl"inl :. to be stopped and the kind hearted man Tenn., has been elected editor and business Since that time ne has been fishing A critic is, first of all. n liar. lIe does : I H

I ," when he saw her raise rescued from the trunk of the traveling manager of all the foreign periodicals Intention Darling Sword. not hesitate to tell an untruth to make '. ,I'f
'-h was equal to that ofJ' southern Presbyterian and is regarded aa a dangerousman. '
elephant of the sword
An ingenious dueling was a good point : !
It was a costly advertisement .. .. church. The police were instructed to shown the other day In Paris by the There are some people so particular 1f d
Jf :
'istrThe An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off Bishop Lawrence will shortly appear take him in charge last night but up well known fencer, M. Hissard, to the that they think a widower has quit :I.;'! i

"Some time ago my daughter as a biographer having just finished a members of the Soclete d'Escrime a mourning if he brushes his clothes. :.: 1
to noon he had ,
not been
old Surf flath.Jl caught a severe cold. She complained life of Uoger Wolcott The two men found. It 1'Epec. I5y a novel arrangement when You all have kin you don't like, although \ 1;
-,> many years ago when of pains in her chest and had a had been intimately associated from ia expected that he will give a great the fencer touches his opponent the you consider It a mark of good It

4 "f a very primitive kind bad cough. I gave her Chamber-to their boyhood.One deal of trouble when hU arrest is blade of the sword enters the handle breeding to admit the fact to only a !
lain's Remedy .
: the eastern end of Long Cough man at least now lives who a short distance and sets a marker in few. :' .oj'
1% for aught; 1 kr ., at oth- directions and in two days she was only one, It Is attempted motion, which registers number ,
"r' well and able to go to school. 1 knew De Quln'y-anJ : any Jive people an inch, and they will ,;
li 'ry Saturday morning or have used this remedy in my familyfor believed. This Is Professor Masson, from 0 to 3. The idea of the inventionis take a foot A good plan Is to Jump !
the tide willed, through- the past seven years and have who has lately celebrated his eighty- Women aDd Dm* to prevent disputes between fencers them when they take an Inch and not 1-
T bis:; farm wagons trun- never known it to fail," pays James eighth birthday. Ruskin says that the second duty of and enable them to Judge of the value wait for the foot. -h

t.) the each and were Prendergast merchant Annato Bay, lIenrnstln Adams, who seven girls (and this applies to young wom- of their coups. It should moreover, An enlarged picture of a member of :

d abreast of the line of Jamaica: West India: Island; The years ao left the Episcopal church of en) is to dress as beautifully as possible Lave a great popularity in the real the family first appears in the parlor 't
aid fi.-hhoiises served the pains in the chest indicated an approaching on all occasions and "to consider duels fought in Trance.Explained .
embraced ;
.' which he was a rector, and but its journey to the attic Is ai Inevitable ;
: "dern! bathing! pavilions, attack of pneumonia, every ill dressed woman or child as a
retreat in :
Catholicism Is now in a as that of a man to the grave. I
which in this instance was un "
eoi-tumes were those of warded off by Chamberlain's Europe broken in health.A personal disgrace. III* Explanation. Atchison Globe. I,
v 11II I e street A long rope Cough Remedy. It counter- di..pntcb from Mombasa says that ,, "You told me," said the weary col r

from under the seats and acts any tendency of a cold toward Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chamberlain traveled A bag with an open mouth should be lector, "to bring: this bill the first" The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof -

f' the wheel and then some pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand part of their journey on the Uganda hung on the frame o? the sewing ma- "Yes." replied the editor, "but I Vanilla Extract will not atone for ,b

r' "< alrr or life crew man In medicine dealers. railway on the cowcatcher Mrs. chine at the side. All threads and meant the first time I had any money!" the annoyance of having dessert
-Mrt. tied while that is "just a little off" in flavor
and oJ: trousers with scraps can then be dropped In -Atlanta Constitution.
'..s slipped: his waist through Hot Chocolate with Chamberlain taking snapshots machine sewing is being done. Always buy_JSurnilCs._ "'.1

t .it. the end of this primitive Whipped Cream at Solo- t' camera.Trofessor Henry A. Ward, collector All IIop.. Loit.Old Escaped an Awful Fate. i; ;: -

d. wading out kept it us mon s. of meteorites, of Chicago has just add- To renew old bedsteads, bureaus, tables Doctor-I hear you bare given Mr. Having of Melbourn, Fla., Lt;

1, .rcumstances permitted, while watch specimen that fell or washstands polish with two Sloboy up. Is there no hope for him? writes: "My doctor told me I had i'
Do want a magnificent ed Interesting
and children hung to It and yea an Nov. 15. trances of olive oil, two ounces of vln- Young PhysIcian-I'm afraid not Ha Consumption and nothing could be \ :
r 1 d wallowed and shrieked, for little money? If so, call on near Hath Furnace, Kyn on the gar and OiUI teaspoonful of gum Arabic won't his bill.-Chicago News. done for me. I was given up to die.. I"
In pay
*' :; la their "Saturday tub.- Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate Ills collection ranks fourth The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. {: .
.. "_. you. world, and he has one meteor presented CCRFNO PAY. King's New Discovery for Consumption lFi
to him by the shah of Persia. ECZEMA, NO induced me to try it. Results' .
I Cleanse the Inside of the coffeepot Your drolit will refund JTOOF money If .
were startling. I am now the :
on 111'
: ,. .with thorough salt PAZO OINTMENT toll to core Ringworm
:4) few days a JKlng'8
terieu" Circumstance You can get your house Modify Milk every Tetter.Old L'Icersaod Bores. Pimples and8Iackb..ad. road to recovery and owe all to Dr. fSr'! Ji
I Why rubbing and rinsing.Be all ikla dUGMei. '
the face, and -
yo a'a" raleaud sallow and the with on New Discovery It surely ..I ,;.
furnished complete uncertain CO cent !
,;rireh and rosy.Vbence the for infant feeding in the saved my life." This great cure U t 'f'-
:;"-tf-nce? she who is blushing elegan, furniture at Mar I ways of the novice when you can as careful dress at home as you guaranteed for all throat and IUD? I ly
,,)" : alth of I would when abroad.A If you want your office disease by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 I, I
uses Dr. Kln 'a New ston have always with you a supply '
LII, Pill: to maintain It. By gently $ Quina's on easy pay I furnished go to Marston !South Palafox street. Price 60c and !
Eagle Brand: Condensed
j Borden's Guaranteed Cure for Pile '
J-n ments Trial bottle free.
weekly or monthly.Hot $1.00. 1J
? the lazy "
they coma -
organs cow's milk from They have an elegant I 1<
-"->a diction and head off con- Milk, a perfect Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Quina's.

'\Y 1 :I\I\n., ; Tr them. Only 25c, at French Waffles with herds of native breeds, the perfec- Ptlei. Your druggist will refund ;your line of roll top desks Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m lOo i; f:

.. .\< )Alemberte, 121 B. Palafox Florida Cane Syrip at tion of infant food? Use it for tea money It PAZO OINTMENT 111) to cure I and office cha rs. doz., at Solomon II !
-eet. Druggist. Solomon's. and coffee. ;yon, 50 cents I
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r 'RES.'chic B.PrH ".,
The Rev. Dr..Ooodmaa-I'm BO sorry

DflffysPureMattWhiskey Tker Frc eBtIr Ke.ata Doc.oat your husband isn't beret Mrs. Smith.
a Whole ScaooB. I'm afraid you forgot to tell him I Intended -

Certain kinds of trees frequently re- to preach today on municipal

MEDICINE FOR All MANKIND. main dormant all summer following problems.Mrs. .

spring transplanting. To all appearances Smith-Indeed, I did not I told

they are dead and they are an him that the last thing, but he said he

eyesore to the owner till removed. would stay at home and read his Bible.

The writer of this has seen wistarias -Town and Country.

horse chestnuts, ashes and tuLp
t trees remain perfectly dormant all He Sever Smiled Aeala. for infants and Children.

R, summer and come out safely into leaf Borum-I say Miss Sharp, what's the
the following spring.' It seems contrary difference between a woman and a Castorla 14 a harmless substitute for Castor OH, Taro

to nature that trees should live monkey: ? gone, Drops and Sootl1in'' Syrups. It 13 I'lea.utt: It
contains neither Opium, \Iorphme other
without the leaves, which we learn Miss Sharp-What Is the distance nor Xar'ntic
&ubstanet It destroys Orin and allays "'t.\'t>ri.htU'.
e are their lungs and essential for evaporation from your chair to mine? It cures Diarrlnvix andVind Colie. It ,relieT"t'lh=_,

and assimilation! of food in the Eoruin-Oh, about six feet. ing Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates tho

0 : growing season.Explanation Miss Sharp-Well, that's the differ- Stomach and Dowels, Riving healthy and natural sled ,.
I of this peculiar action ence.-Philadelphia Inquirer.No The Children's anacea-The Mother's Friend.

is had by studying for a moment the
1 conditions that probably exist. The Wa"e. The Kind You Have Always Bough

roots of such trees have been disturbed "It seems to me," remarked the customer -

I and their: feeding powers suddenly as she watched the man at the > Bears the Signature of
, b. checked. They are called upon) market trim the slice of ham she had

to support) the tops as formerly, yet bought "you are wasting a good deal
it .
their opportunity for the time being is of that meat."

gone. A struggle: : Is going on. The tops "Xot at all, madam," he said genlalIj. -

make a feeble effort to put forth buds "I weighed it firsL'-Detroit Free

and draw on the roots for nourishmentwith 'less.

w. poor success. The roots yield of In Use For Over 30 Years.

I II their stored food but are too weak or Took Him at Ills Word. "..r cr..TOU" ..0......... n ru..us.rrr. 5(1.10.5 e.vYiRIGKT
sire not in a position to make new "Queer people, this," said the rural

fowling fibers. If the! tops have not editor. -- ------- ---- -

been pruned the drain is so much the "In what way?"

prater. Where leaves put forth transpiration "Well, I merely advised them to give t W. B. GOffiPIJiY
would be than the the new of
more trees mayor plenty rope) and- ,
could stand and they would gradually !bless my soul-they lynched him."- ,. iI' ft

die a away.Meehan's Monthly.A Atlanta Constitution.I'orettnrned.. t' MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN

, Hard I.nrk Tale \\ith a 'tln:;. -{ 0 LUMBER LATHS

Cures Consumption! It was not a new hard luck tale to I'airncc'-Aut you say the engagement .it: ,

the man t'\\lnm it was told. The is off? Kr1' t

F Dear Sirs:-After reading your advertisement Mr. T5" D. Ball, of Kichmond.. ., hid aLf I young man neatly dressed and dapper I'iltrice-Oh, yes she was imprudentenough !zk SAfEDCTPBEaSHIKBLEWUi-DriElte; ; ( d :i j
I bought a bottle of whiskey, similar exjicrience to that of .Mrs. ,
your Ailing-
looking, was not out of work had notI ; one night, to inform him that _:;--. J
ttfilch helped me right away. I am now ton. I I : PEN ACorA. FLA.
r.1t on my third bottle, using it for consumnGentlemen1 commenced on your Duffy I lost his purse, was not poverty stricken the ante from good old fighting stock.

tion. and I feel like a new man. I tiiinlc:: Malt: Whiskey list )arch, and have been | at all, but he had come down from Youkers Statesman.
that If I had Known of your whiskey when faithful in taking it ever since. I have used Rye to go over to Newark and in -----.--- -
I was at home In Chicago would Lave one dozen bottles and am feeling better. 'I changing his clothes had forgotten to COAL AND won
never come out here for my health My hemorrhages have almost stopped, and CONSTII'.1TION.Every : .
ED. SCIU'DARTH. If.'K Market St.. my eo'ich very much improved. transfer! Lis pocket! ook to the trousershe

Denver Colo., Aug. IS, 11022. WILUE H. lULL 7lS X. 1st St.. put ou."I civilized person uses soap WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADF
Stopped Hemorrhages Richmond Va., Sept 3, 1U02 hate to ask the favor of a stranger and water to wash oil the accumulation

. Nashua City, X. H., Sept. 11, 1002.! : Pneumonia Cured. ," the joiing man said "but reallyit but how of dirt and sufferers filth from their body THIS WINTER THAN EVE" fEFCRE
t. many -
Gentlemen:-It Is with great pleasure would sate me much embarrassmentif I
I had a severe case of
pneu think about the accumulation
t! that I write to inform you that I have monia last fall and hare used about one i you could Ict me have a couple of SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW
; used right bottles of Pure Malt of filth within their body, which is
your dozen bottles of your whiskey to build mo i I dollars! until tomorrow.
11J"f Whiskey I would not have been here a hundred times more detrimentalto
toup and find it does what claim
for It.
F' day only for your wonderful medicine. I Yours respectfully you H I'EDERSE.V, "Indeed I can't do it, said the man good health than the dirt on the Thompson, Olsen o Cia
t .' have used all kinds of medicine and been Hamlme, .Mina.. May 11. 1WI. for Le believed! not a word of the tale, outside. The waste matter of foodpasses ,

:Ji tinder the care of doctors. I hare hadthree It cures consumption, coughs, colds grip, and he left the disconsolate youth at into'the bowels, which are Manresa Street Telephone 147.

- severe attacks of grip and bronchitis catarrh and all diseases of the the postofflce anti meeting a friend. the natural sewers of the human __._._
I'Deumonla.'blch have left me with a .
:'k;i; bad cough and weak heart. I am C7 years throat and lungs. It also cures nervousness Invited him to luncheon and told him system. If here this waste is allowed -
and indigestion. It Rives power to : to accumulate the warmth of ESTABLISHED 1862.
old. It has toned up my system and of "gentleman beggar.
the brain strength and elasticity to the
topped the hemorrhages and I rough but muscle, and richness to the blood. It is When the waiter handed him a check the body soon sets up fermentation
'I very little. I only regret that I did not a promoter of health and longevity, the two had agreed that the story was and decomposition, gasses are formed McKENZIE OERTING &
Know of I CO.
whiskey before.
. your cannot makes the old young keeps the which are carried into the blood
young highly improbable but a moment later ,
: express what it has done for me. I beg strong. It Is absolutely pure and contains and circulated through the whole
to remain. Yours respectfully the doubting man gave a start. o --DIALIU- 0
no fusel oil. system, and diseise is the Inevitable
r MRS. IL C. ALUXGTOX. ]t will cure almost any case of consumption "Ry Jove:" he exclaimed. "I've left result.

'f:; Thousands of such letters are received if taken in time my illckt'thook in my other trousers The beat remedy for constipationis Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
I, 1rom patients who have been cured by Over 7,000 doctors prescribe it, and -XcYork Times. HKPATICURA, because it moves ,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. 2.000 Hospitals use it exclusively.rnnllnn. .
}. the bowels easily and naturally COS AND 005 S. PALAFOX 8TKKET.
ry .-AVIien yon nllk for entry's. Pure MnltV1il..l.ey lie Harp you The Advance In Taper MaUng.When without irritation, griping; or sick
-1 flPt HIP Kfnulno. 1'0..p..I.III..u. ... ..1..1'... mindful of the excellence iif Ihl.prepnralloa. AGENOY
,.n will IFto ..ell )on C'III"8I' linllullonH. and so t-ullnl MnllVhlnkiy Chuan Stromer long ago established ening. It give* strength and toneto
\ kiit>l.ilulr.... nlilrh lire put ..n the market for profit only, and the liver and eventually cures REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S HONH CO.'B
: 'Wbl.-... fnr from ri-lie\liic the HirK.nre positively liarnifnl. Demand paper making in Germany, he bold by all druggists GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUH8EL & I BON'S::\ PUMP
"Puff1*" and bp H. | hIlI1l'J foresight of the important position !
I sure >on art II'" flip only nlionlntely pure malt -
"- "
r' whi.kryshieh the rontnlno lili-i'.li'ilinl. 11('"II II-I::h Ini? qualities Look for I! paper was destined to assume in haul Ssrdici 'atat:, Ills, liatleal Intlrcnioti, Ctrl jickin, !tiuOOMPASSKS. !
f triiile-iinirk. -The lilil lieinlst. i>n the It-I.el. E. W. PEAKlT
The genuine is sold by ,!rll"-<;isIS and rroccrs. or direct: $1.00 a bottle. It Is the i the civilization of man. In Stromer's LOGS KTU.

'f"J' only whiskey n-coijnisfd tv Ihp % 'rt'Mlt a-? a ipnlir'ijo, ; This is a ItU r31tf'31'131,10' ''. time paper was a rare material little Electrical contractor and builder, C. McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aeaoci.ition.
\ m d'eal! hookl. pon'ainint! r 'oms and tr Lament of diseases amt used and only tll* found 1:1 the offices : .
convinrine testimonials >nt fr, : I will do your electrical work in first- I
s. >' to anv re d'r of this rarer who will write. 1
1. of the learned, of scribes and of oflicers. j .
I class aid
Duffy Malt Whiskey Company of Rochester X. Y. style at reasonable rates.
e | The supply of Germany and of all j| He can be found at 30 South Falafox

j northern Europe was brought from i, street. Phone 2u3. THE GARDEN SECTION
: '
I Italy and Spain-most of it from the i i .
, .- factories of Fabrlano in Italy whore i ij ; Try Gunther's Candies at o O3E*-oIFensacola ,

i Peculiar Prnprrtle* of the llprlii th. Keeping Out the Germ M Better i paper mills existed the twelfth century -; Solomon's. I

Indian Honors lap. Than Doctoring For Them. ': while a lively paper Industryflourished |I Florida..

An lnt>resting character, frequently In look !g over the history of the \ in Spain, with its principle \ CARPENTRY AND ,
search for a moans of cure i i'4 seat at San Felipe, in Valencia as early
1 mt't with in tin Andes is the calla- one Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
G113Ins. or Indian donor He in everywhere struck by the great value of the ounceI as 115<). I ELECTRICAL WORK ,

jt'i and is trailer, tinker IK.HMKT, i I I of pretcntioa. Keeping; the ;germs out I The paper making art was introducedinto

' fortune teller, conjuror and magician. is in every way preferable to dealingwith both of these lands by the Arabs, Beautiful Lots for Sale.
( Ills the matter after have who learned it In Samarcaud and i Ring up Pearl & Dolivp, phone fifii; ).
ktiowlt'il e of botany is as they once
mysterious spread it through Kurope. It was introduced if you 1 eve any carpenter or electrical feet at from 76 to each
entered 40x137 $ $200 accord
f as it I is i>mi>iTliensive. nn.l't e the body. This fact scientific work well ,
want done.
I most astouishhis stories are told of Liicures. : medicine Is Impressing more and more I into Samarcand in 751; by Chinese _you u___ __ _____ ing to location and surroundings.
from their
,: deeply) on the minds of public authorities prisoners country, Cleaning ladies skirts and waist -

A man in Linn was lying; at tho and the )people\ and their response where it ancient had been times.carried on from extremely I i is one of o"r specialties. Htar Lann.I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

point of death with a disease! which hi the form of provisions for Improved I I dry. High Fertile Lands.
> baffled physicians who brought diplomas public and private sanitation Is one of i I ,
. : Snake Story From India '
from the imtlicnl schools of 1'arh the striking features of the social I
progress If want a nice
A queer story of the cure of a snake j you present to giveto The grandest opportunity for investment ever
And Vienna. One evening two of the of the present time. All the more i friend
and look
: I bite comes from India. A young man a go through the
: physicians stool talking of the case at enlightened nations, states and cities of cffered in Pensacola.
j bitten by a venomous snake was evidently elegant line of suitable articles at
_ the sick man's door, without noticing the world organized
possess i J. i.
| dying. The mob called In resolved Stephens, you surely can find
,. s buniMe barefooted Indian who loaa- monts of health, which, with varying i'! to try the mo.-t powerful remedy something! to please you. If you Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

I *d against! the wall. As they departedthe degrees of thoroughness, deal with the! i he knew. He tied a cowrie shell want anything in the Diamond: line

'I Indian entered the patio and asked problems presented by the infectious ': on to a piece of string nd muttered r be sure to see him before you buy. I "V7cTix"fo"fos

t: to nee the tick man. The family referred dNeases in the light of the latest dis- ]: Incantations till it began to whirl j

l him to the attending doctor. rot cries. I i J.ldgin lie Sfsr"or
[ round and round and finally dNajtf i 5, oc..
'i J ,..ho, amazed st his audacity, exclaimed fifty years ago; the term preventive I poured In a few minutes the snake I _. ---- Corner Garden and Bru Streets.

''J;1 :: medicine was unknown. Today it rep-1 j that had done the damage appeared i Ch9'I'StI1s.. i i _

. \Vnat do you know about n disease resents a great Uxly of well attested 1 |[ with the string and shell round its Rem the. lha Blvd Yll Ha Alois Bur.c; ,, F.O. BKENT: WM. H KXOWLKH. W. K. HYEIt, JR., j, HltJoEIE.
that puzzles the best' physicians la and accepted principles. It has cleaned\ j
nock and was commanded by the mob rre'ldPDt. VIce-PrDildent. Casbler. Alit Cubler
Lima?" cur streetsit has bellied build our | to put its mouth to the wound! for I 1 erar

; "I have herbs that will cure everything model tenements, it has pr.ritied outfat I about ten minutes after which it went .

." said the callJguayas. and our drinking: water it has entoredonr away. The dying man sp.nlily re- First National Bank
The Il"l'tvrIII Ill'll hi scorn and turned homes and kept away disease. cot eretL

4 The Indian l1""twtl his pack ---- -
away. It has prolonged our dives and it has

took from a paper' a fcin! le loaf and made the world a sweetr place la
.\ want of sympathy lead to the
.if handed it to the phjMciau. asking: him which to lite.-Medical Ne\> s. crp.itest Ignorance: in the Intellect as OF PENSACOLA.: FLA.
: to smell It. He did 1'0. and Instantly
well as in the heart.
his nose I>ORUI to bleed and he was IniliPillnipntii.Pwicrc IDITL3P1: Of10 J tt i

J4 unable: let stop i it. ; *- Somehow I have failed to HARPERI WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT. .V. J{, liYE"' '
The Indian stood stolidly by for aJ meet with any success In my undertakIngs. -I:I. Hlu'N1'h i Hazel gah'e. D. G. BRENT

. time, then banded him: another leaf The only positive:; cure for blind,

saying. "Smell that and the bleedingwill T.riggs; -That's easily nel""lInh'111'r. bleeding and itching and protruding li

,.: J The stop.rt'l'ultIS) what he promise nrlp-TI Swiges; -\Velk many what's bars the in answer your waj.Chicago ? J ma and pilp,all cut: abrasion, burns,* bruit of the, ecze-skin.De11'itt's 1 I rm1tn? ad iassaraw &3 e Bnt i[ ti:.

and the physician was Illtvl'l!oll'd. lu i
, : News. I 11
j 1-? the ot.lyVitcn Hazalvp *-! I
the I
j the end the callasiuayas saw
--- ------
that i i. III ide from the pure, .
man. lIe selected herbs from his stock) The I'.a-y ('ill.DeWitt's i unadulterated witch hlz..l-al1 others l is-We our oryn RUb of Eichange on Great Britain, If la. *

brewed a tea and gave it to the patient.nnd are counterfeit. De Witt's Witch Germany France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Kpain, Belgium Rasbia 6

. 't the sick man ricoior ...L "I; '- Little F.arlRiFf' ; not gripe nor weaken the .
. iwcvn the Andes and the Ocean." sy..tfm.Th..y !; are made to pell. Harris 0 -- ----- -- -
i cure billoune-*, jaundice j I I Pharmacy, John Shpppard, Sidney $ \I /I Veaaals DiabDrsed upon th. Moat Farorrble Terr;, and tt'1
iI I \Vhnt Dazzled Him. con tipitiou and inictive liver, by Kahn.I ;= = -$ I Obligations Taken Payable at Port (,f p'JTla\lon Ten or FUtten Da:,I
arousing the secretion*, moving the after Vessel Arrives there.
Sir Joshua Fitch tuld a story of the bowels gently yet eiTt'ctually and I.

r nature study exhibition In London IVlustra I Itivingfueh tone and strength to the I: '
" Physicians prescribe it > Safaty Deposit Bores for Rent in Connection
tins: the popular wonder at scientific giandi nf the stomach liver Mnd I JtnItAI t'InCtl: MaItfUtI j'
1 knowledge. Sir John Avebnry bowels that the came: of the trouble for their most delicate with which ice have a Priv. partznent for theU
Following fa the schedule of the of R .
I was showing the heavens through: his Is removed entirely. These famous| I : tifM1' .

telescope to some neighbors\ and servants little pills exert a decided tonic effect t- :' government steamer General Frt nch patients.

RJ when one exclaimed, "I do not upon the organ Involved, andif which THE: NEWS prints for the DR. KINC'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
OLD and PURE.For
1 their use is continued for a few : .
j \rondtT. Sir John that clever jeueflt of the merchants who
,' I people ship .
days there will b*> no return of -- --
}w find out the sizes and distances of theI'f trouble Hargis Pharmacy John eheir| goods to the various army !hale byDannheisser TRY NEW DISCOVERY ;I W. C. ROWE ILK D.

,- ;i stars nnd how they move but what !eheppard Sidney Kahn. JOts! : I I I iwl.
>fi beats me Is how ever could tell Leaves I't'osarola____ _. 7:00 a. m. Bros. FOR THAT COLD. j I Office
a I'alafoi.
you : 17 K
Leaver Ksrrancss____."_.. .__. 7fti a. m. I _
t their names! NOTICE [.Pav". Hlckens _______ tDOft. m. I i TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoary from 8 to 0:10 a. m. aDd 1 to ti'.o
U..... karraoca.-- _______ dlS a. m. -
'j LttaTt" Fensvcols _.__ __ .__10:15 Cures ConsumptionCough3 !I
tt Frlendlr.. I have been authorized to take I Arrives BsrrsDcai" 11:10' n. m. and a.then m. SHERIFF'S SALE and after 7 o'clock
f Myer-Slyter is subscriptions for Wm. Jennings; nakt'l a trip to Fort Mcttee and then re- Colds Bronchitis Asthma
a friendly sort of CO.j .
I. Bryan'a paper. "The Commoner.The tarns to Barraacai.I i I By virtue of An execution l 'ued out of I
1. chap, isn't he? Leaves Karraacaa_____ 1:111 p. m. the circuit court or K.ramhi county i PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
' tyiT-\es: tlf'S most too price ij $1.00 per year in ad I i Leave. Pickens.-.._ _.. .__ .. J..3p.m. 1 Florida. wherein M. Gnnialu U plalnhffand I
.I trlt'nly.MYl'rII.Hv'S vance. Those desiring! the paper ;i Leavef Pen.aeola .. .._ .. _' <::lU p. m. K1 Ay ry I It def"ndaH. 1 have levied risy LaGrippe Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD
that can: hive it sent to them by seeding; I Leaves icksng .. ....__ ..... __. 5:15 p. m. 1 upon thf property of the *ad! It M. Avery j ,
r .. .ud will fell lit public outcry for c."b In Sore
\rrh. Karraocat 5:30 Throat and
Cy.'r-ll. no { p. m. and makfi Croup
sooner quits shakingyour I
. .I : f1.t-O to the undpriismH.! .r'p: to Moitre and rrtarn. fnnt ,'ftb 'countv court buu''ln th. city i' ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.
nand than lie tries to pull your H.M.Rorns. On \\ of rtpne-la, Florida on the lint Whoopfcg Cough. I
',.4.... I Cure Daily Newg.Wi ,i edne-daysandt:Saturday* the thend! day if Marib. list. at oI&ndllr.\\| I Office*- J9 Thiesen nulldiD .
oat wiU l leave -
----- : via : hour of sar the follonicg d-.tcrihei prop- iHE. MO
I j ins for Pf niacola at 6:30 p. m. i t-rty. to 'fill: PAY. Office Hoars <:'VJ a. Jr., to 1 p. n..
I G4fiTO :::' : A.I .. I The General French is for i j Ih"" e;'II1t'f't of tlx1 .I'H *! feet of.\ri Pric I IS l. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE: :
armycnrposes I it f<. Old City of Pf n'ac.la! said to 6:30
It I k easy enough to restrain otr ttr! Ine l.ud Ida HJ\ A'na': Glyni pent < psr- 2:30 p. m. p. m.
i .c# only and any outsider mutiave c-l Mnion Cha-e tweet cetvrtra bajlen I ar I.
yoar watches naInri In all stets and federal court
wrath when the other fellow Is the .. I Practice
and streets
t'at1l. --.i a from the prlcg
I .h pas quartermastero flret-claas style. J. ] All bu"lc..n pntrnstnJ to me will recr.vepromLt
tllgcr.-\ew tortewe. I .."....-..... '-J I 1/ ."..' "_. I take passage o i ter. '' ISoawlw OEO E..SMITH bberlff. Ste i |I I and diligent a'.tfcBtion.

\ 1

',... 1 .100.L" ;1 t, ,""' ....se .a_......,. as'- -........e.. ....---t;;...,. w ,c-....ir--ir--ti' ... ".. -..-"- ..

,.,..... '. .. '" 'Jfqiw.. "ttlW". ;'ii'I' .: &.''f;. ij::: "tf.; : p -tv K? -f>'h. >" f., Y ;-': ':.' ,"_ f,"' :.. $--r! i, 'f.>jt" -" -;":




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t :Marvel of Selene*. HINTS FOR FARMERS
Twins a visit to the south an

some years ago an
> ri]> Plant
00!!iriM old Early Cabbage t
met an
(' u.a: i-nt .\nirrican professor it was to Usually we have started the early .." i
whose duty
II'' :'"' !I'r\wt of the establish- cabbage plants from seed in the green-
f't,'r tbe eiiuAens '
/>fc :: tlyil1; Tbe day house sowing the first seed along in
,. .Ti' news
1. .'.,. ('{.lipsl'' took place the 1'1'0tl" February tlicutranspliinting the young PNEUMONIAfollows

i" '-P'r :!, ..M I idle moment called the old Icjnti'ancc1i seedlings into -od! frames in March ,
', i 1:11 and said :lm. if tomorng I and to open air in April. We always I

:\::' :: ." at 11 o'clock) you watch Lloxrs out the gas and furnishesthe thought it necessary to resort to the ..

,(,M ,: ,:!i s jou will find they will all I newspapers with a jest antI han cold frame in order to harden the

.. 01' :' '.,. obituary notice."Didlrt / plants off sufficiently.! Last year I trieda
r of course but know it was leaded" be
:,:.. v ;. <.skeptical appointed _time next day I I an honest plea, but it may never lot of plants grown altogether in a cold but never follows the use of i <
\\:,' t darkened brought victim buck to life. the greenhou.se up to the stnge of trans ,

.:.1 tie Loaens was I Those who let a cough run on, ferring to open ground. The soil used (
1 retired to ruost
: >
: .. I' in ignorance of the danger
knew no bounds. for this bench consisted of a very or
:: ; .i find no escape from the con- //,
';:: .. ,,., ii-d the profet-sur in awed sequences when the cough de- J/j I dinary clay loam fertilized with a little

..'. ', Mas-a." ha: asked "bow long vtlops into Imig trouble. (J superphosphate and potash. The l

.. .1 i know dat dem chitkinstime The best time; to kill a snakeis P plants were taken up from the seed
r"o.tr' in the e#$. The best timeto FOLEV
rows and prick'-d: out on the bench an
cure a rough is when it .
.. ,; ; said the proftssor starts. Onli'iirily a few doses inch apart in the row, with the rows

... of Dr. l'ierc's Golden iled- about two or two and a half: imieliesai.art.
..:.<.w a year ago massa?.
ic'J: Discovtrv will cure a TLi"'I'" fifty to sixty plants I

cough at the beginning. But to the square fout The plants grow | .

;,." .is Oe UeUir"\ exclaimed even ".)ien tb cuugh is deep- i slowly, lout appeared healthy and re- j

1.l; 1 i.iun' "I>ciii chick sa c-l the l'iirs blml and the 4. uiarkaWy! stocky. Of course the temperature '
,!t. ':'U a jturiigor: i body is v.-asttd bv emaciation : during February and! March: !; HONIEY ANI TAR
Dr. Tierce's Golden JleuicalDLscovry '\ ,.
I -,il in uinely-eiglit I III the gn-eiihuuse va somewhat! low, i'

S i.c-intlrieK In China. I ca iesput o! every huiidreil eik-ct I Mrs !.dju>tcJ to favor the lioalthy j jgnnvlh :

...!Iil.',t thing to me" said a I"'rI\ct and permanent cure. I of forced lettuce. When taken :.

I ..m who for many ycais !. I.My bu.b.n4 1'ac': been coucliin?: for years and I, out directly to the fii'ld late in April, 'I \
i ,1.:1 i trade "that nine (jut.I ,eonl* fTfl'i_ I,.MrirtKVrnouhlpointwcnnvn tli" S":i-'OU b ving a late one, thoj- took '

I .Lumen; who come to I..rnptkt",, :-!.. t"u,. Cli1ii' Mr s> 111.Jolm"lie Im.r..a.Ii..j -.nth of(t'rn-:0. I II" ,I, !Imid: as (:ul. lvy! as the plants from the It stops the cough and heals the lungs

.., n ;:tun.Iries nnd engageA ; '. coiijlM,i- ", "\1we rot only smw mllcr.I I i OKI frames that were presumably
., '..&f 1111t :..'.. .
:" fjr the hurilinjrof a bluulrj
aich does not exist ir .,. thoroughly hnrdened and \
.. mu"1 Licre
: srl.i :i I.Hr.ait fJm",1 all'lnll"tr and cold from
: .',,I. thrct 'u\s' i :' i ii ': he. W3: too week to CICM "\1':. ;vl 11.. greater M'tlnu f roia the prevents a settling on your
at I the r() .m. Tut- do,:\..r ?\<1 him no aooJ. I .
knows. the Chinese .::1,11. the i'r. I sh.ll hrrea'1. -
I.- .iMcr t !
i ii.I
SI..t"' ;hf crt to a i'.rt:r t. wl-o hall cd me a
: toitou nod woolen gar. )1-ott of. !>; I': tc<:'a Gulden Mriiica! D 'co\ery. '! : 'j': g"OA: u.ot of uy early cabbage;: i lungs and resulting in Pneumonia Pleurisy
I :Mv lu bnu:. recovery wta rtmarkable. In "
.in,; to the season, auJ lhr.- < ..1ali..r. he h .n using !Jr. Pierre's. plants In ti.,' grt-eil'ou-iu.d d<> away ,
; .1 pound of starch in all GoMcn 'Me.lical la-corny he was up end with theolii: frames for that puri"- I
I arallll'!. and in two more diij-s lie weut to work.
:- .y v.arched: clothes are un- I: Two Lotties! curtd him." -T. Greiner in 1'radical 1'arnier. or Consumption.You ;

,: the Chinese men do not The Common Sense Medical Adviser

,i.' g as they do in this coiTu- I 1008: pages, in paper: covers is scnt/> Drftlrnblinrirllc* of Pole Dean.. !!

.. :r ts there any regular lauuFlowery on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps toexj'czse pay I Among eiLt; or "'varieties of iiolt are in no danger of serious results if

:". Klu oloU1. There- of mailing only. Addle Dr. beans I find! the Cuban Aparasus to

than pasting; fctrauge I R. V. llerce, Kuffilo. 1... Y. the Kentuiky i
niic be
I .I 'IIIIIt'n...__.n should all come tc \Voiior and 01.1 llouit.,;tcud asa ,

\ I .i and engage; in a trade so for Anntrnllitii Tea. preen: podded 1 snap bean. It is very

,.;ao theIr! howe Industries."-DalU In the lutt-rlor of Australia all the early clings; well to the pole, and its as it soothes and heals the inflamed air pas-

t.jfe, Suu._ men drink tea. They drink it all daylong great length of pod and almost string-

;: and In quantities and at a strength less quality make it very desirable.
A Toe at It. and the
that would seem to be poisonous.!: On The best wax pole bean was the Golden sages cough disappears.Be .
s'u -rou must not kiss me until were
Sunday morning the tea maker starts Cluster, which seems to be identical
formally engaged.
with a clean pot and a clean record. with the Dutch Caseknife except In

He-Do Insist you mean that to rule say ?that you alrrajn The pot Is hung;: over the fire with a color. It is! n much better bean than sure and get FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, as preparations

upon sufficiency of water in it for the day's the Indian Chief or BlackVa pole so i
M.e-1've always tried to.-DetrOt! containing opiates stop the cough temporarily by paralyzing the nerves
brew. and when this has! boiled he generally grown in this locality, and, .

S TVS\ Tribune.----- -..- I I pours Into it enough; of the fragrant though not as early keeps In good condition in the throat and leave the germs of serious lung trouble and you get

herb to produce a deop, coffee colored for a much longer time. Unless I'
cold another because the first cured
TI1K BKST IAX\TIVE I state beans! pne on one was not perfectly.Saved .
)liquid.On for use in their green pole
Ii not too good for you if your I :Monday without removing )"t'stt'rday'l are not grown for shell beans to any I

.weh reslusKUn. THE lEST LAX- > tea leaves, he repeats the process "great extent but both the Horticultural Her Life From Pneumonia. Cured When Very Low With Pneumonia.

,AVVK I is a medicine and naturally that moves with-the I I ; on Tuesday da capo and on Wedmhduy Pole and White Ktinner arc heavy "My wife had a severe attack of Pneumonia which J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, III., writes: "My little

.WI'I, easily da capo, and so on through;: the yiclders of MTV large beans. followed a severe attack of La Grippe and I believe boy was very low with Pneumonia. Unknown to
irritation griping or sickening I' that FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR saved her life the doctor him FOLEY'S HONEY: AND
A medicine that strengthens we('k. Toward the close of it the great The old hiu1l'tl'hite fourier, I we ga\e
,.t u-cles of the bowels and tones pot is fillid with nn acrid mash (,If t'-a I think should..? more generally :grown. writes James Coffee, of Raymond, Missouri. TAR. The result was magical and puzzled the

H' to a point where they will : leaves out of which the !liquor i.ssijuwzod There may be some objection to the I'. Dr. C. J. Bishop Agnew, Mich., writes: "I have doctor and he quickly as it i immediately recovered.: "stopped the racking cough

V .n the work a* nature intended I by the pn-hsure of a tin cup. lIa nil'. but w hen baked this appears to used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR in three very c

\ w it any: a-ltince. I Iy this time the tea is of the color of be removed in a degree; and we consider severe cases of Pneumonia \\ ith good results in every
Three Sizes 25c 50c and $1.00
S a niwliciue l Is HEPATICU- ; rusty iron incn-dibly bitter and dlsa- them better than ino!'t beans Cut case. ,
trtceal1 the above good !
i.1 : ;
prcoablc to the uneducated The baking. Tlio Ilorlieultllral-tlllt is, the
-IiP" not having a bad
:1 i culls it 'Teal good old post and 111I(11'01.1"aridY of that n:1mi. nol t
: L' i !' bittpr nor sickening native The 50-cent size contains 2 1-2 times as much as the
V :.. i l h y all druggists. I I rails" the simile( being obviously drawn as large as tho runner and the mottled I

I from a ptill and d.ingurous; Jump and! beans do not look so well on the small size and the $ i.co size almost 6 times as much.
regards it as having; been brought to table, but when green shelled it is superior ,

I perffctlou ) to any. Vie beans cannot In
I! profitably grown for dry beans alone.: SOLD AliO RECOMMENDED BY i '
LODGE lie Hold* the Iteourd. will hold]
but In the family garden they -'
8'nator'II\ of Minnesota holds! their place for some time to come.Edgar .-, W. A.D'ALKMKKRTK, No. 121 S. Palafox Ht. ;

1 the record so far in congress for a long: Mackiulay American .\grkulturi.t. V
distaiKV talk says a Washington let-
: You want a good piano: tuner to
I' n..cnl. L'KI f', No. S, K. of P., ter. His speech occupies thirty-eiglit One Minute Con h Cure gives a in Pensacola still hold CHURCHNOTIDES. .
pages! in the Congressional Record lie l"'bl"t..n____ _n_ sn._ n._a.__._ relief in one minute, bf c,iuse it kills stay you
mxeti lag at7tu every: at Monday C.IleftII ennt -, held the floor for six days and spoke One should try to give the hens the I'I I the microbe which tickles tne mu. back your order. Send it in. I have '.,

\ la the third Bloom Boor.WatsonKalilinn 011 an average of two and a half hoursa kind of food or its equivalent which I'I coos membrane cauaing: the cough, had 20 years' experience and have TIlE NEWS would request that the

b'Inngbrethren I cordially day or fifteen hours in all. A senateexpert they naturally &t'k'lil'n on a large I I and at the same time clears the worked In several pi tao factories.

..(loomed I at figures has discovered that it range in summer. Then give them a phlegm, draws out the inflammation Orders left at Johnson's book store clergy or those having in charge the

HOF.SLKR J.A. LM.B.C.: I required 6tIS14) words to express Senator warm house and plenty of sunlight and !. and heals and Minute soothes the affected CurA will be attended to. !, publication of church service notices ..

K. K.A B. C'I Nelson's sentiments on the bill. make them work for n part of tlllir.I strengthens part One the lungs Cough, wards: oil r CnAs.V.. PBESSLEY. for Sunday will send them to this .

I is there should office -by !9 o'clock I
living. Another pont! i I pneumonia and is a harmless and Saturday morning i

D.IIII in I.it1g., NI). 13 Care For Your Fence lx no cockerel among the laying hens! never failing cure in all curable :, in order to insure their insertion -

,- i T'I.hy'I'nln. ;; at .::JII. at I! On every farm there should be a only when eggs: are wanted for hatch- I cases: of Cough, Colds and Croup. .4 MEN AND WOMEN. : in the proper position in the ,
.' r J'"h.rot and Garden I I careful inspection of fences at stated Ing. 1 l.ave I'l'pt"cral hundred hens One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant LEt. r..ngIrornnnaIurilI. I
1 ..1 ln., nl.bhcnnllallY Invited. r l to t dy. l .Ii.t.sr.enlIanfl.aIion.Ga..Id paper
J. ALIIf.ltrJolulsOO, periods. As lu everything: else that requires and kept only one cockerel In a room to take harmless and good alike for V irritations or liberations ),
,, I I and Old. Hargis Pharmacy ui i>iiricure. tif mucvui membrann.Fmrau -- --- -
( I.LI C
doing system is better than alack where the were young ,
I' of thoroughbreds, eggs I r-u to.i Pamlpus. iml not riuKSlTKtEHNSCKtMimCO. -
: : AS. John Kidney Kahn. .
of it. If a particular date is set used for hatching.: Experiments havei'rov.1 Sheppard fnt i.r pnixmou
I:.,,i,,- 'III' Ilu,!.;?, :N.'; ,. to. K. i>r PI apart for this purpose It will not beneglected. that hens lay lot'ttt'r'ht'll no I C.8.*. f or ..nt ID rl>"> raprr. '
It be that all the fences cockerels and the of .1. 1>T ezpre.s. pr i> il. fur <.
may are kept expense tile
r I ; glIdnin 5 esfjir5c. < >. orSliottlnl.'IVCircular I'
I I 11I11Ia'J. RO, Knights: of l *1 K .
1) >. ii" ..(. .-\.rv lliur-dnv evenk. i are in good shape, but it is worth something feeding them is 8.1\'l't1. Again, success I teut ua retue.t.T:1 .* Headquarters for 0 4 .., ,
< in their < ostle HallonI : the fact nnd therefore it laying: -_ .- ,
:: to know will depend on having I good ; ----- -- I f
I:'f l'alifiand niii-W; ntson liuildinn.soutli-Harden streets.i j should be known. Fences are not the stock. It pays to keep pure breeds I CAPTAIN FRITZ SEWING MACHINES. .
i ':>ls are cor'I.tItv welcomed.U. only things that need systematic or and to renew your stock every year by ,

,. ALLMOX C.: .1:. I careful attention. lut: in all reforms I II getting; cml.erels from a flork that are I I. N. RotiEits, Manager. : e11 Vi'itn: & REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENf
Iil.IS.! and There
I there must be a starting: point. I IUIl known to produce good layers. .

fences are as good a starting; point as are many things; that may reduce the I will make regular trips between la South Palafoi( Hrt'f't.

i. o. 0.1'. I '. profits, which are not always taken into Penacola! Point Washington and .
consideration. Disease, egg eating.feather : Freeport. Leave Haylen street INSURANCE "
I An InnrrllriJe and FungiriCe.Rirdtauc I and lice arc to be jreviitetLV. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive -
1''''' :t"I., I"H!;:C No. 4 eating:
mixture possesses some Ingettielde I, at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. AND { WwW
II. Jenkins in Agricultural
TlinrqiIav evening at 7W: at Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m.
., West Intemtenclti htreet.irrn properties but pos ': cordlall..lntid.l' fungicide. Epitomist.: _ and arrive at Pen..acola 6 p. m. same REAL ESTATE,
JilllANnON N. (;. pral'ticl1'aille except as a day. Fare round trip$5; one way, t
.1' >- .'(. Secretary.AMERICAN Half a pound of pans preen or london Olff Peach Farm $3. 12ulm No. South Palafox Street.

purple may In added to forty gallons Michigan has long bad a good reputation -

GUILD. of the mixture and two birds killed for peaches as well as peach NiCK'S ::1

with one stone. It then Incomes a IK>W- growers. That these Michigan orchardIsts SEND YOUR ORDERSto Partial List of Desirable Dwellings _

lVn-a iila Cliaptfr No. O07. erful insecticide and loses none of Its are progressive and Intelligent la Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or for Rent in Various: Partsof :

fungicide prop'rtus.lUr proved by the fact that they have or work a the
A'F.R. 1 LIilIJIIl''TItI'TU.rt'tluy. : electrical work. Repair City:
Governor.K. ganized several large companies for
I.>a... specialty. $::15.00-2',-ator, bouse.containing 12 rooms.
the purpose of raising peaches on a all modern conveniences bath on TUnUT! t
L. "I love all that is l beautiful in art largo scale and have bought larjctrIl.t upper and lower floors corner lot.
: OF
she said, turning her fruit nice yard and shrubbery, stable, nutbouies -
and nature of land in the cast Texas
AflTAL-MIDYJ etc., lti o. 714 tan; LaKua
dreamy eyes to his. "I revel In thl'I'rel'n belt and will plant extensive orchards. street. I'
I. No. 1)6; :). -
\-MMiibly Lrooks and W5.00-8-story boarding boune contalrlng
fields the babbling:
orchards were
3!, Some of these large mesetnycapsuiessrsuperior 2$ room., known as the Ponce de '
Monday In earn month.W. the little wayside flowers. I feast on planted one and two years! ago, and Leon bout, :- o. Ill East:: Intenden.cia fJ"
TUARP. tof
P.ll. Balsam .Copaiba
jto ,
M! >' : M. Vf.hecretary. tbt' beauties! of earth and sky, and air. being planted this! year, street. DAILYMENUSComprise
N-NKLL. many more are I Cvbcbi i nd 1 Injections.I @! $. }.'$)-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling
They are inv daily life and food amY'"laflliC" These Michigan peach growers know a I Pney in 48 hours tie 7 rooms mott desirable section of be I ,
on a corner tbe Street car
----- --------- cried out the mother from good thing when they see It.'anll they w 3ims .msesaes. .WUi"dt..1. 'UJl..__.._......,....... city line.No.iilNorth on Itarcelona street. all the Up-to- l
knowing that L'rdauht'r's $130.00 Large 2-story dwelling lu" Date Dishes the Mar- "
the kitchen not have seen It.-Farm and Ranch. rooms :
*"' fl ** '1' nllllCGlsn h
The Beer 'r'es; frontlngevItlesquare, No.:>w East::
:; beau was in the drawing Government street. kets of the World
loom IuI1il"'l1at<,\"cr made you go Try the NEWS, want column. |30.0i> t'omfortable: new 2-story modern Afford. .

and gobble\ up that big l dish of mashed dwelling\ rooms very desirable section W:,
That Made of tbe city, situated on North
= potatoes that was left over from dinner PENNYROYAL PILLS riaylen.between Strong and DeHotoBtreete. ,. .. .

warmed? I up told for 3.oU0 supper. wanted If your appetite them- JV48AFF.s c- tor CHlUIKyTKK's. i miin I,.m.llo..f KNl-LlsH iulnf..,i Unrrm {:i5.00! -2-story b rooms.dwelling three doors In rood from order tbe' with belt Ladies' Private Vi:

!&NNg!I !mn! rAM U I, ija't enough; to bankrupt your poor OtjJ I.vnb6 IU.II.atriotwi ft.I 10.1.1. Tttke".i..l.e no other......1 iL.fu.s...... No line Zlu.North bas gas and Barcelona water street.throughout .

pa':" *-II %J Ps.gerei.a. *Ub.tltllUQM,.... JMlU... JJO.OO: -1-story dwelling 7 rooms, city water Dining P ar I or..*
tioi a..r Ifl5.t r .ni 4 ii ;
I yoar .
bath with large lot.io.
.. _. .. ga corner
fua. f>r I'mrtlruUr T t1 !
-18VICTORIA- !' I .. ..JIIer 1..r IsdI.....'.itu.b' 4"2 West \Vrlgbt street. I
Z- 5oH, : dwelling.6 newly ____ l'
uru thill.. 1 u.J"U l"u"oQI& $1.7O-1-Story rooms papered -
Blue Island Ill., Jan. 14, 1901. ui i>..[(.. ,. t kli-knlrrt b.rt..)f... and painted throughout on "
... ..,..
"00' ''''''' .to" s. 'IILA. Pa '
1I0e.io. : East:
belt am : UregorYllre..t.
Messrs. Ely Bros:-I have used 115.00I.storwfllllnllclty watf'r and batb. Regular Dinner Daily. ;
7 rooms bait block of ground "ltn t
ui'E' IY ACME BREWING CO. your Cream Balm in my family for CHOICEST beautiful sbado trees, No. lit: East I: i
Cervantes street.
Il..r 1( -CK\T IMJTTLK BEEn I nine years and it has become my : .Tw' 1l2." -1-story dwelling, Vo 415 East Gregory ,

IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. family doctor for colds in the bead.I -OF- painted.$11.0NO.6l4 ttreet.6. rooms newly papered and Short Order Promptly: t t

I ue it freely on my children. It is ; : East Belmont street B-room Filled. Night or na,. ::: J
BROS. COIFECTIONERI( I( 1 1AT cottage city water newly painted : :
a Godsend to children. f FRUIT8 AND I In perfect order. -I { .
A'' 10.50->o. lull North Alcaolz strhflt. a new I
NTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Yours respectfully house in good order with 5 room II ll'i Something Good to Eat r'. ') I
J. KlMBALL. 110.00-No. tot East Belmont street city you wish,you'll flag U at :. .
I 1.1, Harper f Msley.i water a neat 5 room cottage newly .' 'fir AI,
Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered 0. APOSTLE'S painted sad renovated thraugbout. Nick .j i !
I 0.1/10 East LaKua street a neatly Apoztlc'sPopular ',
greatly with catarrh and tried dif- papered 4-rooin cottage tn good condition .'
After C. R. TAYLOR, Comment St. .large lot.city water.A J1
>1,1 i Hou5e-IOI8. Palafox street. ferent remedies! without effect. 1 U East large list of smaller dwelling*. as well Restaurant I : 4! 1

.It using one bottle of :your Cream Artistic Shoemaker M a number of stores and office f OK hEN?. ttiMRMM !
Ktchange-Opp. Union Depot.p Balm I'found relief and I cannot Formerly Cordova ReitaurantBtanC THOS. C. WATSON & CO., .

0. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. praise too highly such a remedy. ElSE WORK A SPECIALTY. Oae car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance "
Miss CORA WIIAAKD to '2.00 per dozen. Agents Bouth fa&tox Streets t. t 1
Phones 116-2C8. Albany, N. Y. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafoz St, :'tt r


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o at ODee with The Success Company, ; Strongest in the

Washington Bquare,New York. FIRE AT THE Turning gray? Why not have the early, f World.

; 5 The Scholarship Bureau of The -

Success Company will also gladly NAVY YARDThe dark rich color restored? It's easily
explain a plan by which boys and The Equitable
1; VBt..w4.t 'he Poet Offlo at Penaaeola,
....MOODd-cI. er.OmCC girls can secure an education, :The done with Ayer's Hair Vigor. r.aty.rce.I WU.lU h

Success Company itself purchasing big coal bin at the navy yard
: :-Plti'. Bolldlng, 2113 Sooth
.9*Utox street. ap-'Uln. scholarships return for a comparatively caught fire several nights since in a Life assurance SocietyOf
small amount of work. Address i -- -

for fall information The Success : mysterious manner, and quite a rnexpected; Suere... the United States
place was burned before the efficient There are times when an honest confession
Scholarship Bureau 32 Waverly
I of ignorance results to one's Founder,
Terms: Invariably in Advancer Place, New York City. yard fighting force extinguished the Beware of the Wlrelecs KI... advantage. An examination of historywas

/. a 011t111 iwr by Yar.. ._, ? rOM -,,-_.__..._..._. ....._to::11 00 6e flames whreh were gaining a rapid "George, dear, how could I send a going on in a high school The
W..k.by Carrier.Payable. Monday 10JMnrtitirg headway.The kiss across the ocean by the wireless second row of the scholars looked su- Preliminary Statement, Jan. l, 1903.
LABOR IS'DEMORALIZED telegraph premely contented. They knew what
Rates Furnished on Application bin where the flames startedwas "A kiss my love? That's somethingof was coming next and were confidentof Outstanding Assurance, l,2l)0ou,0w)

receiving the coal from the a puzzle. No doubt it could be making brilliant recitations. The Income ................. 6i5oooo&
TELEPHONE NO. IIS.PHHAOOLA launched all right, but would It get professor gravely put the question: )
American steamship Dorothy and New Assurance ........
there and get there intact? Of courseif "What became of the Greeks who 275,000,000Assets >

the entire cargo was about discharged it flew too high the four winds of were slain at Thermopylae?" ........... .... ...
BEl) 3GU,0.iU,0iGAssurance
( when the fire etarted. A stiff heaven would be apt to snatch it up The first boy hesitated and then haz-

The enforced vaccination at the and whirl it anywhere save in the right aided "Burnt 'em." Fund and

has reduced the ranks of breeze aggravated the flames and direction. And then again if it dippedtoo "Xest was tbe icy answer. all other liabilities... 2S50UO.OOO
IE3 ) 7 1903 navy the entire lot was threatened with low It would catch a briny flavor "Buried 'em." came from the second

workmen there, and quite a number destruction at one time. It is said from the ocean that would ruin it for promptly. "Oh, what an easy one!" Surplus .......... ... ... i5 it 11tXQ) :

of them their In all commercial purposes. I'm afraid "XexL"
are carrying arms a
; The largest increase ever made
aided in In
T IIK Galnisvllle Bun has as=imI- sling. Some of the former employes the steamship materially my dear, that science can't grapple "Don't know." drawled the third boy in the hIstory ot the Hociety any fear

&ted the News of that city so tbe San preventing greater damage. with the problem Just yet Of course it hopelessly

hu now a clear sky. were not able to resume their duties Since that experience, extra pre wouldn't do to give your kiss to Signor "Right Nobody does." JAMESV.. ALEXANDER, President

inside of three days and are not feeling Marconi and ask Mm to forward it The successful one looked surprised; JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-President.
INCENDIARY fires and a diamond cautions to prevent like occurrences The young lady who is about to intm then he crowed a little. The other
kindly toward Admiral Wise be-
robbery all in one week puts Tampain have been taken, and several Sun her happiness in his keeping might two looked sheepish.-London Tit-Bits.
cause he would not permit them to object to this You must either wait
the lead again for sensation. day visitors were refused admittance
come back again. The establishedrule my love, or send your kisses by mail Direr' :Matin.*. OOWLES: BROS.
until they had thrown away their prepaidwith a stamp Inclosed for return \Australian pearl diver says that ,
THE blockade has been raised and is that a three-days' absence is
lighted cigars. ." ore of the strange effects of diving is General Agents.
little Venezuela breaths eay; again, considered a discharge and the em 'Thank you, dear. I was sure you the invariable bad temper felt while

thanks tj Uucle Sam's: kindly inter- ployes think it unfair that they A Cure For Lumbago. would know all about it"-Cleveland noeking: at the bottom of the sea. As 309 8. Palafox St.. PEX8ACOLA,

Tention.FEKXAMHNA. Tlalii Dealer.A this usually passes away as soon as the
should be laid elf when W. C. Williams, of Amherst, Va.,
-- they were
for fair '!lays: "For more than a year I suffered surface is reached it is probably due 'WHY NOT THE BEST- '
i is kicking a Creditable I ndr.Grocer
forced to be vaccinated. from lumbago. I finally triedChamberlain's to the pressure! of the air affecting the ,
Share of the export business that it ---- - Pain Balm and it -So you'te given up drinking, lungs and through; them the brain. The

la claimed is now going by to Brunswick Better than Gold. gave me entire relief, which all I have you, Uncle Itastus? | eshilari'tmn and good temper of the i

atd Savannah.BBVAS: "I was troubled for several years other remedies had failed to do." i Uncle RiMus! -Ye*, salt; I ain't mount:lin climber are contrary feelings T1E| ldERc aNTS

---- with chronic indigestion and nervous Sold by all druggists and medicine ] tec bed a drap in fo weeks. from an opposite cause. A diver becomes
won't run," the Savannah dealers. <1ro'r-\\"e11. you deserve a great
says at
po some Imal'inarywroll
F. J. Green of --- ----- angry :
debility, writes ,
t News. Why of course not. deal of credit for that. !;) : 011 the part of those! in the TRaNs FEn GO

He has "never run when he saw a Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme EXPORTS OF Upcle It.i tus-Yes. salt; days jes' lioat shove that he gives the signal! to I
until I began using Electric Bit- what I thinks, MUUh P.rown. 1 wur Le
nomination for office coming his i pullt-d up. "with the intention of Having been awarded the contract:
ters, which did me more good than Jes' wIne ter ax yo' If yo' cud tru?' knocking the beads off the entire crew." for carrying the U. S. Mail beUe 'a

iray. all the medicine I ever used. They NAVAL STORESDuring nio fo some groceries.-Ohio State only to forget what he came up for tbe L.i.. Depot and Post Office

THE senate must take a vote on have also kept my wife in excellent Journal. when the surface is reached. and al-o the exclusive baggage prIVIlege
on all trains entering the .
health for She Elec-
years. says
the Crum case says the president. we are
>ot io Dad. prepared to transfer bJI! a\
tric Bitters for the first weeks of Feb- Taking Oat the Silo*
That's all right, 'and the whole are just splendid two Mrs. Ilenpetk read this morning One I andpas-engeistoand from all ho-
day at a rehearsal. S.: Gilbert
country note buw every one of them female troubles; that they are a ruary there has been despatchedfrom about a man who was arre teil twenty observed a girl crying and asked her tels, residences and train, day or

votes. grand tonic and invigorator for weak, minutes after his wedding and sent to night.
I this port nearly 25000 barrelsof I I tbe cause of it
.L i. run down women. No other medi- prison for fifteen years. ISIt't that awful Between her sobs the girl declared she Prompt & Reliable Scnice Gnatantcct
t is till the of rosin, the entire product being
IT not long expiration cine Can take its place in our family ? bad been insulted by one of the costumers -

the present congress and that canal ." Try them. Only'&Oc. Satisfaction shipped by the B. P. Shotter Com Mr. Ilenpeck-Oh, I don't know. The who had said to her "You are : We also conduct a Freight; peliv.

treaty must be ratified before ad. guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- pany to Hamburg. Each barrel law doesn't compel him to take his no better than you ought to be." I'I ery machinery Business-haul and furniture pianos at Kea. safes"on-,
there will be music in wife to prison with him.-Baltimore Gilbert Immediately looked '
journment or berte, 121 South Palafox street. weighed 280 pounds and the entirelot very sym I able Prices.Telephone.
the air. ___ pathetic and said. "Well, you are not your orders to F. R
y was mostly shipped on two ves- ore you, my clear?" II I Pou's Livpry Stables, Phone :t1. or

; THEY claim a building boom in ICE WAS sels. Hard Time.. To which she replied promptly Mrs. H. H. Hallmark', lieiJtnceI

Tampa; that cottages and store "Why. of course not Mr. Gilbert. j jh. I Phone 3o4.MERCHANTS.
of-naval stores have 1l i
buildings are going{ up on every Shipments received ".\ that's all right be said, and TRANSFER CO.

baud. hat's all right if they don't I PLENTIFUL a great impetus by the organ- she went away perfectly comforted I .

MRS H. H. ,
go up in smoke. ization of the Consolidated Naval HAJ.r.MARKl'ror
i' ---- For Over.'oxry \ears. I HARRY HALLMARK, Transfer Agt.,
4 MUIIIEI sof the carnival committee Stores Company, in January,but the MRS. \\INHLOW'S HooTHixa SYRUP has ;i i L a N, It. it.Co.,I'.and P..t A. Inv.

' ., it will be noticed, are in an unusually As predicted yesterday afternoon, firm wLich shipped the large quan- been used for over sixty years by mllllonao

i good 1 utuor. It's all ou account tbe mercury fell with alarming :! tity during the pat two weeks is J I mothers for their children while teething /
rap- with It TIN:
'a" I perfect success. soothes the child
of the arrival in the bay next idity last night and temporarily discarded not a member of the consolidated softens the gllm ...lIaYI all pain.cures wind !

Friday the big battle ship Indi 'l colic and lt the bust rei'.vuj fog DiarrhotaU

ana. winter clothing was haut'd'! companies. i i will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m- :Jt! jY GoggY !

----- from the recesses of the closets this I Nearly FoifcKs HU 1 tie. mediately. Bold by Druggists lever part I
IF Tillmau's plea of self defense of tbe world. Twenty-live cents a bottle I
morning; and felt rather comfortable A runaway almost ending fatally I
holds good, then 9 man may go guu- I lie lure you ask lor'-Mrs.Wlablow'BHooib- \ hoh-sil II> anil J
started a orrible ulcer on the leg of li 'ami
enemies i The low temperature was a drop of ? Syrup tsokft no other kind.
DIng lor his personal shoot Kcl.iil (7ruecrs.Hl.u(1Utirlil .
-- --
J. II. Oruer, Franklin Grove, 111.For : I
i them on sight ayd successfully claim 41 degrees, as big a fall as has ever TO rUKK A COLD 1\ ONri: 1MY .
i four : it defied all doctors KM
tit years Take Laxative IJrnmo Tablets :
justification that be supposed they been known here and fears are en Quinine
and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica This hinalure trl f on every
if were aimed and about to huut.r tertained for earlcrop*. Salve had no trouble to cure him. box, :.>C. LIJ.f7 vy/ : Family, Fancy and Staple

: : WHILE the politicians are shelling Ice was plentiful in all exposed Equally good for Burns, Bruises, i FOR SALE .:< Groceries, <
i k
q'_ the woods In the eagtr effort to scare places early today and beautiful i Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. i }l --ah i. ?

out a presidential possibility, Grover D'Alemberte's Drub SOre, I'll ti and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy
, were noted from many exposed The Costumes Used in Goods.
ll: is quittly fishing, and hunting ducks South Palafox street. j':
: sinks and watering troughs. ji
down in Dude county, where tile reporters I last Year's Carnival We are Hole Distributors forVtat
: i:
f' from Tne brick northwest winds which Florid: for the Celebrated Cafe du
; cease troubling OLD MAN Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Molii-
t -- -- -- Parade.
' continued through the night and up i jS, Illini and Climax Flours,Bay le's
0 ; THE cruiser Atlanta is now at i iI
I until this morning made walking decidedly Delicatessen; Uerimti -A'.m: e r i can
I Hew Orleans on her way up the BADLY HURT I e.l-// Food Co.'s Canned Meat; Etc. All
I These costumes in
}! l Mississippi. to Natchez where the I unpleasant, and there were are of which are sold by all first-cla-, ,

' 1 goes to be present at the Mardi Gras not uuuy: persons on the streets late. cellent condition just the I Retail Grocers in the city.
Professor Scrosgs-Talk about hard
'; i ; carnival. It'ilman'ear since the An ofiicer said B. F. Hobbs white (m- .(JOI SOUTH I'AI.AH\
)I Ii'I today he never saw an aged nan times, gentlemen! Why, jut think of thing to wear at His Maj-\\

% Atlanta has visited any of the gulf one person from 9 p. m, until 5 a. m. residing at 916 East Jackson street, the stone age! Grand Ball ---- -
I esty's February;
points and it is said that she H
iajl: The weather is expected to greatly was badly hurt yesterday while engaged PENSACOLAPressing
1. practically a new hip lJOW.tt What a Hero! 84, 1903We will sell one :
1 moderate in his duties at the Itrosna-! "
by morning. "What do you smoke stogies for?

'; THERE has been more exaggeration ham mill on Barcelona street wharf I said IJners. or more to any person until I II ClubFOR

3 I 11: about the tremendous profits of "ISiH-ause," replied BrooksiJhtin\ they are closed out Jpply
The "steam used for turnIng i
BAY EXCURSION.The nigger, -
i! I some Tf the multi-millionaires as another! 0111', "a stogie doesn't pretendto I
logs over, shot up suddenly, l>e anything but what it really is. It at once toC1US. CENTLEMEN.
I published in the newspapers than ladies of the Baptist church

;;I j concerning{ any other one thing in will give an excursion on the bay striking Mr. Hobbs on the side of the i Ni.'t as a a twofer the cent(puff dar, puff that's, masquerading just as- LeB.1ROXCltairlr.an ,

: tbe world. It would have: a very next Thursday on a safe and comfortable head and produced injuries over ] good as a ten l.'t.'ntl'r.-CLicn Trib- Building Corn.

.j 'I quieting ellect if these rich men steamer Refreshments will which relatives of the old gentleman une. One Dollar Per MonthIn

:' would publish a true statement of be provided. Far for round trip Ii Tables of quality for the
are much concerned. Dr. F. G. lien- Advance to Membership.
:, their actual wealth and yearly in'i 35; cents. Ht IS. A Quandary. Dining room library, hall
---- -- -- haw is attending Mr. Hobbs, but it :ones is in a bad fix mentally.What's ." and at Marston Clothes Cleaned and Pressed a*
< come. his trouble?" 4Quina's often as desired. Your Clothes
.; cannot be told jet how the juries i
PEAKE'S pent for and
i "I[e inu't deride whether it is betterto Call ai
I THE street car men's union of New may: result and the victim's age; is :, lose bis soul cursing the icy pare - 9>j8 South Palafox and Join th
No.30 South Palafox street for ,
your Club.Ladies'.
'i Orleans bus voted to suspend their against hu early recovery. meats or lose his life trying to whip
j electrical work. He is
i rules during carnival week and prepared to the man that throws allies on them
1 do first-class Plain skirts a l\petiole!
you a ; job at moderate I \ ,
, affi't the railway company m It will Surprise >ou-Try It. cgaiiist the wind. -I.altiiLore Xews.Meow I

:r.' .J. every way possible to handle prices. Phone 2u3. -- ---- It is the medicine above all others j Yours for Neatness,

, the immense traffic to the best We will launder for catarrh and U worth us weight STOLE :
for !
; your ifpreaJs '- Jobnny-Aunt Martha won't playpuss G.
advantage. Actions like this on the i5 coats each and make tneii lllo in gold. Ely's Cream It Urn does all l In the with mo. !:'SSm 1 W. IRWIN.Hot .

!.ill. part of organized lib'r go far toward ilke uw. Star Laundry.Eruptions. that Hartford i n claimed COUP.for it.-li. \V. Sperry: I otIIPr-But corner III'rhapunt Martha WI COLLARS

.. placing; them high in the estimation __ _h ____ ___ ___ ______ My sou,wes; bfllicled with catarrh.He I dok-sn't know bow to pity it, Johnny. ,I

of the public, as well as in u-td Ely's cream IJilm and the Johnny-Ol. but she must know bow; Chocolate with

I favor with employers. disagreeable: citarrh all left him.- I beard papa fray ill: was an old caL- Whipped Cream, at Solo-

, i J. C.OIm.tead, Arcola, Ill, Baltimore Evening Tran-tnpt. I mon's.
WJ1EIoi Marconi's dreams are fully The Balm does rIot irritate and i i HEE will be popuhr in
;t moist tetter all formsof
Dry (
scaly ,
.\\J realized we will have wireless cookIng cau-e sneezing. Bold by Ely Broth .\ Xesv Helatlnnship. v hpring Waists. Fancy
eczema or salt rheum, pimplesand Vrs, 56 Warren street, New York. i demanded from his ?" Sleeve Cap and Shirred ', STEAMER
; stoves and wireless trolly cars. ..:.. "It's a son pop LINE SCHEDULEJetween
also will
---- -- -- Effects hold rule this
i It doesn't do to laugh at him as a other cutaneous eruptions pro- I "That's the familiar way of puttingit. Hpricjr. All these ,effects in I

'f. visionary, however' he bas accomplished ceed from humors, either inherited, MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. = fact the latest nt all practical I''

-l too much for that already.- or acquired through defective di- :, "If so. what relation" Is a son of apiia styles, are found in our Stock of Pentacola and )31llion-ll
to a ? -Philadelphia North i i
' [Tampa Tribune ]-By the way, how : popgun Hunt Dally t kept: Sunday
" gestion and assimilation.To PAID persons telling who American. BUTTERICK PATTERNS. j
i'' would it do to call on the Wirele-s \x,00 bas one whether I buv or "CITY OF TAMPA."
treat these with
:, Wizard to apply his system to the eruptions not. R. K. KELLEY. When It Ran. The March Patterns giving

t solution of the question about consciousness drying medicines is dangerous.The 10f2w Kansas City, Mo. I Stranger (in Moose 1:1low-IIow some iudica'ion of prevailing Ptnllk)0la,8:30arn..Milton? II;Tiam LTPtctacoIa Ar Milton. ,,S.!:<"rpm JOpm

i after death," which i.. be thing to do is to takeHood's often does the stage run by here 1Satl"eOh riprtng tjtylt-s are now In. r.rlIIOC.l.ound trlp.Il.tJO.
Ingdebated in Tampa. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. I only when the "plugs"attached When next you conr to our
store, viMt our Paper Pattern
Sarsaparillaand to it happen to see an auto.
Mr. Thos. Wentworth will today department, indeed, it would(
A BUSINESS OPENINC. Hut it goes by here twice a day.-Puck, if hare dres mjk-
Pills take charge of the city circulation of ing pay intentions you you, to make a special JEWELER IN HIS

The publishers of "Success," the Which thoroughlycleansethe blood, THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions I The fines lice of umbrellas the trip to cur store for that
great home magazine of America, expelling all humors and buildingup and collect all accounts.Mr. I city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look purpose.. NEW STAND

published iu New York, write us the at them. -
whole system. They cure Wentworth ha: ? had large experience -
tbat they desire to secure a local -
this IToo) Sarsaparilla permanently cured J. as circulating manager; of CITY TAXES. COE'S BOOK STORE II
in county to receive -
: Hines. Franks Ill,of eczema from which I I have moved my jewElrystore to
and solicit local subscription*. he had sulerej for ..brg'3fhily and will make'
some time; and Mss paper -40- 213 South Falalox Street 120 South Palafox, formerly occupied -

The compensation given by "Sue-: Alvina Woltcr.her Box 21:.Alzona: WH. of JlinrI'll's THE NEWS service of the paper satisfactory ;, Tax ."aer_ if run wish to stop I by Bass & Co., and am noW'
ceie" is aid to) be the lar t'stotIertd on fact and lack and chafed skin on I to all. PEN ACOLA, FLORIDA.
her body by wt'ch! she had been greatly Interest, call at once and pay' better prepared than ever to give
t.f Hpy first-c'a- petit dicals", and if troubled. There : : 1 I in watches
are more test'momah tofavur The finest line of sterling silver Tau I great bargains diamonds,
of readers are deiroa of of Ilood than be
our can published. '
any ?odds and silver novelties is to beI jewelry etc. Call and see me and
undertaking work ut Ibis character, Hood's SarSaparillA promises to found at J. I. !btepbens'. Prices to X. )lcI\. OEUTING, Try Gunther'f. Candies at let me convince you.J. .

we suggest tbat they communicate cure and keeps the promise. I please all. I 10.2ir' Tax Collector. Solomon's. I. 8TEPHESS.Ii"d .


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t.W. 0. O'NEAL, President; No. oeoa- M. E. CUR, Cashier '..1-\\", .R'



-- GERTRUDE COGHLAN. With Itching, Burning, Scaly OF PESACOLA, FLA. r.tS

CINCINNATI DRUMMER HAD A the Gertrude opsra bouse Coghlan tonight will In be EdwardE. seen at Humours Designated Depository of the United States. ;; 1 !

Rose's dramatization of MauriceThompson's Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1003. : 4
popular "Alice RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. .' .

HACKMAN. of Old Vincennes.; In the role of Find Instant Relief and Loaas and Discounts....................... 336072.95 Capital Stock ............................. 200000.00 :' ..1'* <
Alice Rousillon, the heroine of this Demand Loans............................ 122,806.54; Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ............ 20,000.00 : (,
................................. r
romantic tale of adventure of the Overdrafts 1,160.02 Undivided Profits................. ......... 690.76 *'
Speedy CureIn U. 8. Bends and Premiums.............. 213,806.87 Circulation.................... .... .... ..... 125,000.00 ': : i'
On the police docket this morning Revolutionary days of what is now Stocks,securities, ete..........-......... 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid,......................... 180.00 : '
of J. E. Sellgman was the state of Indiana, Miss Coghlan Farnituie and Fixtures.................... 6718.48 Deposits ........................ ............ o,o!9.31 _d' ; : 'Ii;
tie! name has scored a decisive personal triumph Cuticura and Coticora Cash and Exchange....................... 228,17024 f' "
Soap "
before a charge of cursingand '
written that even overshadows her y -t,

n-inz;: obsene language. The previous successes. Tbe role is Ointment Total......... .... ....................... 911420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ........... 911420.10 .\ .' ." {l'4.

mayor imposed a fine of $5 on Selig- quite different In type from any This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give '"'. *. .:

min,whO did not put in his appear- In which this winsome star has your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .. ': '1't. {

aace, beic? represented by an attorney heretofore display appeared a dash, and and she Impulsive is saidto When All Other Remedies and 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ; >,} 'Jl

who entered a plea of not sweetness that is most captivating.The the Best Physicians Fail.Instant 'lil
guilty. story of the play follows that of B. H. FAIRCHILD, I 83 ,:G. W. & CO G. w. & coirr; .lli 1
6eiman: became enraged lastni the novel quite closely,and concerns 1
relief and
the love affairs refreshing sleep D'PBOx..STERER \:
of Alice and the :
,5t when a hackman charged him for skin-tortured babies and rest for
tats fir the transportation of him- young Continental omcer, Beverly, tired mothers in warm baths with 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ? GREEN WATSON & CO. -PJ:
who undertakes the dangerous mission ,
g-lf and two others when the drum- of spying on the British who Cutlcun Soap and gentle anointingswith :l'oet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialty. r 1!
Cuticura Ointment, the great skin .
mH thought half a dollar was suf- have captured Vincennes. Beverlyhas cure, and purest of, emollients, to be J
:Phono 48 S.
tcI! nt. The hackman: persisted inhisjutcLtfmand i worthy a rival English in the officer person, Col.of the Hamilton un- followed Cuticura in severe Resolvent cases Pills.by mild This dosesof is -- - -,- g f CPFP CT in WBIT MTBnUt! fid

finally when the
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per- R. K. WHITE, .
but the lovers I
I two young finally : :\
economical for
manent and treatment
:i saw he had to he -
tMvelicsunn pay outwrt the Englishman, and with torturing,disfiguring,itching, burning, Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler eta -FORConfirmation- ..q I.. f

applied: some very ugly; names to his 1 the success of the American lot ces I bleeding, scaly, crusted aiii pimply and Graduate Optician, I I i' .
skin and scalp humours ecrenus, 0., '"
their happy union. There is
debtor. conies <<
rashes and irritations, with loss of t 1 Koitk PiUfox: St., PMueoU.Fitjfndny's I Costumes 1 1. {:
:Muartiug: under the very ugly I a plentiful measure of adventure, hair, of infants and children,as nell as ----- 0 ; i
the atmosphere of grim warfare no- adults, and is sure to succeed rhea all
hackman called offlir o 0 i, 't-"i
names, the! an .i
tably in the attack of the contiUEn-1 other remedies and physicians fail. ; lie 5W far 5c. 00I''j ::- !
aa'J: mule a charge against : tals upon the British garriapn: at Millions of the world's best peoplenow --SHIRT AISTS. .,{ .:.
use Cuticura Soap, assisted; by r
s-lu'iun who gave: sufficient secu- Vinceuue, and likewise plenty uf I Cuticura Ointment, for preserving, REMARKABLE_ E OF CROUP.A I''j 1: Recent Large Receipts at from $1.00 to $3.00 Each. t <
rty for today's appearance. sentiment. The play has been purifying and beautifying the skin, ;
of last staged in brilliant style, and a very for cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales Little Bey's Life Saved.I Made from Mercerized Oxfords and Madras Cloths, :
experience; night seem- .
I and dandrufl, and the stopping of falling -
capable supporting has have a few words to say regarding '
company o
td 1 not to have: worn off, for he woken hair: for softening, listening and Q" ..
I been provided. soothing red, rough amt, sore hands, ns Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It o EXTRA ,;
;;' in a bad humor this morning and well! as for all the purposes of the saved my little boy's life and I feel "- 'f

!,,1atilt: with the hotel clerk the i toilet, bath and nursery. Thousand that I cannot praise it enough. I eta .
i HAVERLY'S MASTODON of recommend Oar Mr. W. W. Watson, now iu the Eastern Markets in search t.
fir-t thing. He left on the first : Cuticura women Soap unhesitatingly, in the form of baths bought a bottle of it from A.E.Steereof t> of New and Nobby Thing, has just notified us that a shipment o ;

!train, with the consciousness of ha MINSTRELSQuite for annoying irritations, inflammations : Goodwin, S. D., and when I got is en route by Express of Exclusive Patterns in '. r j' '
v.1 and chafing, or too free or offensive home with it the poor baby could i 3 3i
ii!! ?' paid the highest cab bill a scenic novelty is introduced perspiration, in the form of washes for hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas Mercerized Oxfords and Madrasses Especially g ':'

,11IIh: he was ever subjected.The in conjunction with the beau- ulcerative weaknesses, and for many directed ten minutes until
every Woven for Shirt Waists.
I tiful first part of Haverly's Mastodon sanative, antiseptic themsel\purposes;The which sale "threw up" aud then I thought sure .j .:!
fact that most distases arise Minstrels, with its new series of suggest : THEY WILL ARRIVE MONDAY BY EXPRESS.: \i i? f.I f.
of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pillsis he was going to choke to death. We j':'J: 11 '
from an impure or low condition of j pretty drops, and when all is in greater than the combined sale of the had to pull the phlegm out of his I .

fie!. blood, is fully proven by Hood's I readiness, exposes a first part setting world's Sold in every product part of of other the skin world.remedies. mouth in great long strings. I am "" GREEN, WATSON & CO. .. : .: i;
;\r arari1la. which bids fair to eclipse anything .
j positive that if I had not got that

I, of its kind ever attempted before bottle of cough medicine, my boy L I- -Mr w. & COYA' ; G. w. & co }dr.1. i
I .., ; ,\
All WATCHMEN in this country, is by Moses & CHIPLEY LIGHT INFANTRYlUlLIT.U would\ not be on earth today.-JoEL ; .
Hamilton, of New York City and DEMOST, Inwood, Iowa. For sale a !-
\ BILL --- -- '
by all druggists; and medicine deal-
represents a Venetian water scene, .
ARE DISCHARGED Monday the 23rd just, will be military ers. fJYOU
and the full ensemble of this; great - ---
company ia a most attractive man day during the MardiOaas Car- We have just received our CAN GET ,
.4 j
the : r
nival, and as a wind up for days' ,
ner. Manager Nankeville has .
,. given 1903 line of Heywood Go-
orders of the will 4
under the festivities
At '1: secre- Chipley boys give

t IIY t:,. navy, four watchmen at the Haverly of great Mastodons brilliancy an and environment new-- one of their delightful military I Carts with all the latest im ICE CREAM SODA, ,.,iiHUVLER'S

ball The varnus committees are provements. Call and see .
t'". 111\:: :: ltd i wire told :Friday thatt I ness. See them at the opera house !
work promise to entertain them; they are beauties.
tomorrow ;
; 'v n uld not longer be night I
their friends in grand tyle. Ala rston $ Qitina.OU1JW --ATTrainer's t-l.' .
l ,11..1-i ril others who !.
r"I"; .1' are The proram aad commute5 will

(1 ''il.i! : da'\ t' *t !' ave been informed !i KATHRYN KIDDER. ,i be announced later. I -- lJ
I I NO 1.-1CE+.
t.t; tl, v i!,' <: -A.'ect to be relieved In "An Eye for an Eye," the |I Admission 50 ci nt->. Ladies( free. Confectionery 'r
nti': : tri:; i-I all of them haveb new Pumas clas-ic which Kathryn I I Sample bottled of Dr. Ki'mt'r's I', p--. NEITII EK be captain the .lirniiiin ownersnorroiiMSueesoI ?** FIRST DCOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. <. d1
Kidder is to present here Thursdayat Etnnta will be : : i iY
I .s rHopouslMO -
ti oMtitti charged by ::3ecretlQ' I I SwampRoot' the great kidney,liver for debts contracted by
the house, two of % % %% %
,. opera types and bladder remedy, ure being; distributed the crew ot saul vt-osel. Y J.
:V" I Iv j| A. i+i RST, F
wives are shown. One, simple, loving
I here from house,free. Have IllKKBROt* Captain. .
pab 1 f !1-! watchmen have been domestic and self-sacrificing; Consignees, llfebltNE1THKK .'

ol:, du'.tt! ; tu:, yard since the civil I the other, a woman: who believes ,I you received one? DR. H. MOCK t ''t.. f
the captain owners }
war.tt: : ..i tl' -i' naturally: are very i that a hnsb'lnd must be managedand II i I We are the only furniture -,. .--" Oanuh nor bktnll consignees.t .lluber of Kill the be i \,,

mu, '!. a.,". oat d at their being laid I a wife must not be too lavish in dealers in the city who carry responsible, debt contracted -
her i of for the husband I tbs of Bald v" pl.
expres- < n regard by crew T
oil: whose love sbe desires to retain

,.t. 'in utim Admiral Wise tog I: forever. Here is a leaf from this cases and sideboards. rYe Master.- --- -----iiiftt-- .. DENTIST.av, !

:> : nJ I f tl.t'Ul! oily because they I hu-band-mauaging wonun's diary: \ sell them fur cash or on .Kr'
A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends ; ,
"Husband have ways of amusing payments. Marstonfiuina. ; '
h.Jh. 'I i then'so lon!;, but the ad- easy
t themselves that wives must accppt. and the public to know that! he has 28i S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. :'J
iinr 11 1..,ti to obey orders, and forth- .
Moved to Rom DOS, Thieseu building

They have, what they thick are, -- -- ---
Wit 'rJ.r.J the j-urtette "flred." passions: ; whit: they call need are FOR LUMBER where he will continue as here : tl

I: I H uudeMiH d that a number of merely habits Home husbands are Call on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. tofore, a general law practice. 1M1XSACOLA! FLA. 1 t 1
i like kites. If would not have -- --" 1' j
nariii will :arrive shortly and be you for estimates before placing -- ---- ---

*'I'. "'rd! at the Pen- them break away, don't pull the I your orders for lumber. dl6-lm S

sal '''i1'ion, In view of this allduH4.f t I string who H too governed har
Florid Cane at
: witelinun will be Syrup
petf I heart and never by her head, ridicules "
: I !,'S nli,tfd men. her friend's theories by exclaiming Solomon's. \ \ and Dealers In r i d

I "Hah! live the Contractor ana lliiildets.PLANS \ \
by -
: you ---- -- ---'--' -- I
: \ ; 1i
T : multiplication table. With you two 5-; ;; Sash, Doors, Blinds, ,

\\YO Hospitalsr.; : and two must always make. four." Mardi Gras SPECIFICATIONS AND 1
-- I i Shingles, i ;

Diabetes !WILL GIVE ANAFTERNOON I SHORT NOTICE. ?< ?<> ,.<> 't 'b
I i Ball & I First-Chts\: Work Guaranteed: andI .' ,

TEA I i I References Furuihed. E = Brick and Lime. .,tr'

r.'t:' 's niscase nnd Diabetes I I .CONCORDIA HALL... 114 HAST IXTiXIiX'IA' ( "
... ;; 5-a.- Telephone N o. 11. t' V

'arc: I'usititcly Curable.a I The local committee on Home j I ( ., l'1

1 Minions of the Palafox: btreet : Tuesday N14ht i feb. 24th, f

a .,' r>.* or rrpoverlDff from the 'I Methodist church will give an afternoon I!I A I' 9 O'CLOCK. I fM ij 8TORE f. "A.CREENHUT & CO. ell- -1

'd'd i,.every 1'roiiritturof, want in the thiscity.Clifton I tea Friday from to 0 p.; in:, at i FI M'-CLAsS )IUSIC, ,1. ,,

the residence of Mrs. W. L. Wittich, I
laitGii IIV>CUG: H\LL.
.tr"ltIM i one of them and I
; 270 East Gregory street All members ... j11
j All uia-lters; will be examined at t
"'inFr, nrl.on.V,,T.!1.1*)!. I of the church and all friends of j i the door and no objectionable char- -1' l

.,'"i'i t.f rrrtfy the bnaplu from.,d'aWtn.Kolng! to the congregation! are invited. There ,I acters will beadmia"d.I t VALENTINES ,, Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA. I',
1 '! Threephy.I.fan.there !;
,. but TICKETS 50 CENTS.Ball : I 0--- -- '
will be admission charged a
no - - -
"a""tH anJJ.ut IDe nmlrri I I I I
Carnival Parade.OPERAHOUSE. APOSTLE'SFine "
i i .t'tt'rn no re'lff 1 writ will be and I begins after iijf'
.... free offering expected
i l ""- and "Mit to another I SENTIMENTAL AND COMIC.
a .-I".: The phj'clan, t>iprc alb accepted I have opened\ a studio in room 9,1 oysters today. Try them. ,M' ;
'iiii-il thit chit could prolong wyaeer Salisbury block, where I will (give NIC APOSTLE. ,- '
,." i .SOUVENIR CARDS... '.
1 ACAItflfTTHE ..
t..etL I Jptllhe ho*-!IS lesson, in my own system of drawing t
"i-e'llIp'rlrly t>mkrn da.n.the Hot French Waffl-8 with : t
Far Mng! II prrrrnc II.a. tr' I .T. :'1. t'OK, 3Ianncr. -called "Black and White" ,;
." if the ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. ?
a ,. Fulton Compound and HARNESS al-o in French I'a-tel painting and ; lf
I. ,. '. i'y, and found turde.t.1 that the lvc.n..fm to ONE NIGHT ONLY! I Newspaper- and Magnzine Illustrat- I f.

*"W w'tti! for over two rear had In!:. .
I' '' "'" an entirely dlltrrrnt prn '"' It Miss Eleanor A. Potter, formerly
.. rot to Inure ft nrwr ney. I batennralirr .. DR. F. E. BRUCE ,
of tbe
: 'a -**- >+*- **** ********* >rs>*** town in Georgia and in many
M p, *" a a arm friend all getting and another favorable Ii:a connected with THE NEWS, has pur- Mil. JULES HURRY female, colleges of the Huuth: so can "
t'', ,, ,', .. .. Has returned and resumed practice 't'1
'rnrY''ho I
had rgtl( III. and la chased an interest in the Milton Index PresentsKflTgRYfl Stationery, offer you an experience of twenty- ., '
U.: a. t.-trtt'd OUK(.t to be I dlollLe known.MES.C! .p.blpatybut feet and the last issue of that paper five year: *' In the studio will be Office 2% We st Government St., HIH! j .

.C. MiTTRIWSOM announces the fact. Miss Potter is IDDEn Periodicals, found the choicest collection of Salisbury Building.TolojDlaono j 't .
crayon work ever shown by a single 1413. ': 9ieti .It
"i'rti acne that lone of the few capable Leather Goods ;
1- Brishfd Dst'a'lfl! + newspaper i \
of "Mme. SansGene" artlH and an Invitation is extendedto .: r
.f' acu'ablbut S7 The famous;
"' per cent areS ; women of the stale whose abilities another play by to come and see it. My ". 'r. .'
S ? under the Fulton Com- I I iu Pictures and Frames. everyone I j ; ,
I. L.., .firms of kidney complaint i are recognized in short order, and the author of "Camille, I term* for instruction are moderate, f f :: 't.
fr hut short .
resistincc -
but the bet wishes for I On-5 A. MILLER.MEAT I '
1 r:' i nothing very '
'it.s D'VJ: e ana tISOfor( I EYE"BY --------- ---- I II -
1U.1. John J, Pulton Co,4M i her success are held out to the talented -I AN I
& MALT ha marvelous :<
't San I
'- ,t... Yale Fr for nrismt.p tiCUU.sole corn-Dot i I lady by the management and I ALEX DU I.\.*. G. R. JOhNSON I I dietetic l value. While refreshing and 6

,!* !IJ..I:ud fda emplcyes of this paper Already the, j Adapted by L. DuPont Lyle of the pleasant to tyke, it helps assimilation ,R tie photography j, 1t. f

Stanford: University. of fo<*d. Sold bvDANNHEIdSER
Milton weekly shows an hCN'e.Iment. -
H.\:\ i I f .
\ P.KOS.. (
BROS. 2O4# S. l'alafox Street. '
sale Coe's Bookstore. 218 STIH: T.VUVFOX ST y
S' .\geas for fecnsaola. [ Seats on at .
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I wish t were a Science or an Ethics or a

\Vonea who Soap are In Bark.the habit of using .' Or anyhln PUn : Instead of just an ordinary Best for medicinal uses

soap-bark as a cleanser: may be Interested nun
: to k-arn a little something about If I were but a Doctrine mine would be a

it The small, thin bits that are procured gavcr lot.
Or I slouM l>e delighted were I just a
at the ax>th :Y'lIare the inner Hijaer Thought; Your phrsldan win tell yon that you should always have some rood whiskey in the

layers of the b.ri of the quilla jasapornaivi For th n the men of millions would hehanlir.s nonse. For accidents aiming spells,exhaustion and other emergency cases it rr,ekes
\ out the checks and revives.But you must have good whiskey pure whiskey.for poor wivfekey.adultrated:
a 'raMJle; sized tree foundIn ( w '- To aid in saving me from all the hin- whiskey.may do decided harm. HAYNER WHISKEY is just what you need for it g 3
Chile. In Chile It U commonly used drances that \ex. direct from our own distillery to you. with all its original strength, richness and Cat sr.
m a soap and has been for many years. carrying a CNTTED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of pr-R.
and AGE and saving the dealers'enormous profits. We have over a
I'wish I System or a Policy or ITY quarter cf a
No doubt It was In ue by the native were a
:, million satisfied customers exclusively family trIdewbo know it is but forced! .r.y
Indians when Magellan discovered 'V For some Chair.one would endow me, and my purposes and prefer it for other uses. That's why YOU should try It Your money baci; jj

them in their country about 300 years prospects would be fair. yon are not utIsAed.Direot .

sine Quilla ja comes frum a Chilean If I could be an Issue or a Theory. I

word which moans wnsh. The money know to support me would immediately from our distillery to YOU
The bark of the tree contains sapo- I flow;

niam.; an alkali compound which makes II Or were I not a common man but some- """*
U4j Sim Dialin1 Profits Prumtt Adultintloo I
It useful as a s"ap. In preparing the thing like a Fund.
I know by all the plutocrats I should notthcn.
soap bark one ounce of the bark shouldbe
be shunned.
allowed to simmer in two quarts of

water until the two quarts have been If I were Ole of these things why the HAYNER

reduced to one i"art. It is then ready outlook would be great; WHISKEY1
They'd tvencte me money from the
to use and ('an'l.e bottle Colored taxes of the state.

broods are cl!'paned by placing on a board The good financial fairies with their won-
awl rubbing! the soiled parts with a dr working wands

cloth wet in the ""ip bark infusion.! Would soothe m* with a shower of their

The cloth should I.e the Mine material I .; I.- currency an4 bonds. FULL $ EXPRESS
If I was something Psychic or a Social .2O
.is I the garment that is, to lie s., r Settiemt, 4 :

d';!fIC'\l. There must be 1:11 rin lns. If I ., ; Jr I'd serer n.t
JlI).;>ibic, tli, wrinkles! should! be Ironedout I f3.i clothes or rent QUARTS

wi.ii; ti! > hand. If bbck poods nre
: I wish I were a Microbe, a Bacillus or a s
to be ei' .tl.'.d, a t.tblisj;oouful of am- 7 ts. + Germ, TTc will send yon rom FULL Qt.ART BOTTLES: of YXER'S PEVEJT-
no a .: 'f.ild! 1 1.* added 1<> a pint of the A n..,r",-. 'oc wriggler: -just a shy clu- YEAR- LO UYB fur fJO. end 1Ie 1IilII'ay the express charges. Try and
{ -i\v worm if roudou't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from
de.:Iii I.; Ilud.-L'etud-IIerahi. I ,,e anybody else at any price, send II back at our expense and your 13.M will be
ro rh i N For th 'n they spend their millions and returned to you by next: mail Just think that offer over. How could it be +
In larnt-stneps would strive fairer? If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent Better let us
(':lr|>'-l hanger*. To trace me out anJ feed( me and to help 'I send you a trial order. If you don't rant four quarts yourself get a friend to ,
h nil keep alive.I join you. Shipment made in a plain sealed case with no marks to show '
tad in house
A car, i r.i.i a t.-uomcnt inside
wish I were a Science or an Ethics or a
f.IW: --t'xcnty-tue germs scttlo on Plan Orders for Ariz.,Cal. Col..Idaho Mont.NVv..N.Mct. Ore..L'tab.Wash
A prominent club woman 3\Irs. Dan- orVyo.. must lie on the basis of 4 quart* for .',00 hv Eipreb .
a t rte Inch s-iufcr in live miiiutM. Or anything instead of Just an ordinaryman Prepaid or 20 quarts for 16.00 by Freight 'repaid.
After sweeping: tin-re were :.ill)). Athick !
forth of St. Joseph Alich. tells how she -Chicago Tribune Write our nearest office! and do it NOW.
i-urpet paper or padding<< adds I ,

very much t<> the Kfe; of the carpet andSrfve.s THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANYATLANTA.
was cured of falling of the womb and lib Idtatlty.ly .
a hpnng and !soft tread in walk-
lug, but It ratter adds to the possibilities !
of housing mler"!>I'';. William Morris its accompanying pains and misery by til DI3TTTT.IBT. TBOT. 0. ESTIBUSHID 18M.i .

said the use of a carpet was excusable -
only when the floor was! in bad con- I Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. l i-

dition. Yet even that Is hardly sufficient I "DE.\n 3Ins. PINKIIAM:-Life looks dark indeed when a woman iI I .

reason, for a new floor can be feels that her strength: is fading away and she has no hopes of ever

laid over the old one. But if one must being restored. {Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was IALICKE&CO.Plumber

Lave carpets let them be tacked down advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of tho GoI .

at intervals of not less than six Inches womb. The words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had

and with lon/; tacks driven in only a set ; but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound came to me as Gas and Steam

short UiMartK! Or, better still' have an elixir of life ; it restored the lost forces and built me up until my Fitter

the carpets fitted with brass eyes to good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicine ,

drop orrr nails set nermancutly in the daily and each dose added health and strength. I am so thankful for I FJ No & South Palalox

floor. Then, with some moving of furniture the help I obtained through its u.se.-" ilKS. FLORENCE DA>TOETD. treet.All .

'i the carpet can be cleaned! frequently 1007 ililes Ave, St. Joseph, Mich. :1-- Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Han

t ,'h in the open air. Hotter yet i I I A medicine that has restored so many women to health and LV.PH01f1.1 a I\ riFaarwlf.A Fl.a
}( have the carpet fill only the central can produce proof of the fact must lie regarded with respect. This 1

,! part of the room showing the bare I I is the record of ,Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which r r .

floor for say. one and a half feet near cannot be equalled by any other medicine the world has ever pro- trr :

the walls. This means loss furniture I f I duced. Here is another.case:- t' .!:J F SAMUEL CHARLES

is to move at cleaning time and therefore DEAR Mn*. PIXKIIAM:-For years I was ,

i more frequent d"l1Iinollll Housekeeping troubled with falling of the womb, irregularand The Crow-You look familiar. i1 BT AND SHE MAKER
) juiuful menstruation, kntorr1 a.Lcaring. The Snow )Ian-YR. I'm the same 1 ,

old last years scarecrow, only I've got
down backache headache dizzy and
pains : q
' Fare Tour .'IIII.rll.Any fainting sixrlLs, awl stomach trouble on my winter clothes.-New York

hr girl who has over had occasion "I doc-tort'd for about five years Lut did JournaL : Wholesale and Retail Dealer Shoes,; Ll'ather.FindilJ:> .
to frf-hvn a piece: of velvet by steaming -
t not seem to improve. I began the use of your ""I"JlO\I': : lilt. 007 Ol'1J1 .U"HOX IHttT.
it knows how difficult it H to avoid Had One Saving Grace. ,
medicine and have taken seven bottles ofL"dia
President LVlwin A. Alderman of Tulane : -
injuring her fingots.; Hereafter she
t._) l:. IMiikham's Compound,
heel have N o fear whatever. IA-I her .I three of mood Purifier, and also used the university, In New Orleans used ; J. E. DUJ3UISSON (J J3ItOTIIEH
i to do much for
ask the handy man to smooth a blink i I Sanative Wash and Liver I'ills, and am now speechmaking UCIl-1 ,

of wood about set'en or fight inches I.i enjoying good health, and have gained in flesh.I tional causes when lie was a :'OKNHIt: TAUKiGONV AND INTKNDKNCIA hTlU-tToI.
North Carolina and tells this of
Y : story
II thank you very much for What you I
In the home of Dealers In
I I an experience a mountain
have done for and
me, heartily recommend
where he had been Invited I
I woman -
your medicine to all sufferingI to take dinner: I g Choice Staple and Family Groceries oi
i I I women. -31iss Emu SXYLER, 213 East I ,
. "At the dining table with us was the
St Marion Ohio.
hostess' son a sullen looking:, morose i I i Oar Goods am Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate,
"FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WO3IEX." sort of a chap. He did not seem to and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be

, Women would save time and much sickness if they would know exactly how to behave himself!' I Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us luring the
I I write to 31 rs. Piiikham for advice as boon as distressing Holidays and will Deliver Free to any fart of the City.
II any symptoms and his mother, after he had acted In a :
I! api"'ar. It Iii free, and has put thousands of women on the
" rJ1 boorish fashion once or twice took it COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTEXTIOX.

I I.i. right road to recovery. upon herself to make excuses for him.
, 31 rs. Pinkham never violates the confidence thus entrusted to P.O. Box326.
' She said to me: 'Dr. Alderman there'sone J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
rJ1'f: I her and she thousands of testimonial ,
I i although publishes fromWOIll'n thing the boy never has done; he PHONE 66.
who have been benefited her advice and medicine
by never cussed his pa at the table.' "- :F'lunily Grooor
, never in all her experience has she published !such a letter ithout New York Times.
the full consent, and often by special request of the writer. -

I FORFEIT ifaerannitforth nithpralneetheoriginailetter.andeignataresof'
, j I $5000 atxAg tuniiUiuniaU, uliicli. Bill trove their atumlute I remmneues. Just What He Wanted.
'Ii lli;. (i? 'r I,I J.dia E. riukfcoiu JleilKluo ("0., Lynn, Maas Mrs. von IJlnmer-What sort of a .A. Ma: Avery

hostess does Mrs. Caterby make? .
f'I I
'r4 I
I ,"-. ......... '.- ,.--- -: --'-' n-lH-atttl I for the"next morning's br'enkf.it I Hot Rolls, at 51>. m.. lOo Von ( -Splendid. She made me
If v feel as if I wasn't at home.-Life. (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY WOOLFOLK)
: and eaten with creamy milk (but | a doz.. at Solomon's.OPERAjaOUSB.
'I'I I6 Fon FUEhUENISU TEL\ET. i j I without sugar; ) if you do not at once : __ A11'eak Stomach IMPORTER ATD JOBBER OF

Ion? and three |iiflu>4 tliivk anti thru I I IMMIIHU. a \,(>U-e <>f the good, Luuestili n

,.tit I trite into it four Ions wire or wrought I J i .:h It will bo loul1risin canoes a weak body and invites dis HARDWARE.
wr\ Iron i aiN or fasten ill four round i l'l'i' i j jnuidc'.i'f ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures !

" bltdu'iNNl.t oin I'Wlllf the ... and strengthens the stomach, and:
(hnriilnie :\1. ::: 1 Iron Nails Axes Hhovr K -
I i= Mill and Steamboat
' Itltflk: tla.' h,lUl: y '
' The f.inpy WIIis for thociilate !
: mugs ; J. J(. CO I":, Maliager. R. Hupplies Cookln? aDd Eel 1111- "Cloves, Paint Oils
merchant of
I I ether than at the oilier. These nails: fur the homo tableTlim are used<< Taylor, a prominent j| Window Glass Guns, Hm and Fishing Tackle.
i iwilh..ut
Tex. "I could
Chriesu not
-- an, ,says:
will invertd
or s -r\e to an -
pea siiijHirt and
saucers, occasionally: III'i ONE eat because of a weak stomach. I'f' Agate and Tinware '1'
NIGHT ONLY, aim tu' d'urllisbillg 090(1c.L .
y *< U.ilirnii after It has IMM-II heated on !
the dtitiratioii the well known
I ajipcars FEB 17 lost all strength and run down in !
the stove, and over the Ixittom of the figure TUESDAY, AGENS FOR BIRMINGHAM
j of the "Ch'ic
flatiron the velvet m.iy be passed with or ether pattern is uxil for bordcrm: was done, but all hope of recovery Rijvero Oiart Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery

perfect ease mail it i 1'1 in exactly the : and this is "t a chocolate tone. A de- GERTRUDE COGHLANIn vanished. Hearing of some wonderful I Wh-fl: .'').. L 'ftin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kalaoniiiie. -

)}11 I I riht condition. .\ block like this will! i sis.li lOr white llowi-rs against a chocolate cures effected by use of Kodol, I Iron King and Ruck Stoves and Ranges, Wm
concluded to it. The flrat bottle : Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide
..!I!i'Po' last for many years. Ladies' Hume backsrouud is effective and like- try Lace Leather Masury's
' Journal. a Dramatization of :Maurice Tbompson's beueflttt-d, and after taking four l Made Railroad Colors.
wise of autumn leave
,. against Unarming Romance bottles I am fully restored to my''
.11', shaded tlIl .lat{'. 1'or more formal usual strength, weightb and health." Masonic Temple @ Pensacola, Fla.
f" i % Heal ''01."t'at Food.1f |places! than the home table the regulation John
Hargis Pharmacy Sheppard
: -
., ;/ you wish a delicious breakfast choeoUte cup is used. I"A1i tf Old ViU DU"The !Sidney Kahn.
' tOOt that is honestly wholesome and : ,
'ff ijl nourishing! : buy some new winter Llnrni.Xiimbor .

wheat toaJ'lalJ' l ow Huzzelle. Wash C.9.9TORI8.: : I
all pillowcases to be
wornon Massive
Original New York
;.. it and dry it in an open oven grind In gars or. !,,says taffi .. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
certain If
pillows you are unfortunate Scenic Production with Elaborate '
n. a coffee mill cook all day in a double I Electrical 8Iptm a9r. IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1BOI
enough; to have your pillows of ElIecU.i # ; !
It: boiler usin;.: one cup of wheat to two iiffiTt-nt sizes. Do) not buy quantities fI ,
NPECIALNOTICE-The Business Manager New Orleans and Mobile.
M or three of water and one dessertspoon i -
of bed linen. A little made up each i for :Miss Coflan contracted with us
s'' ful.of salt. and when it is thoroughly year wears better than linen that lies to furnish four double two-horse trucks to
haul the scenery. WEEKLY HCIIEDUL No.b. So." No.!.
STATE OFOIIIO.CITYOPTUI.KIIO, { unused nlslit'.s.. This I is also true of I T:16 a 12I/lm UOIi P Leave..... DlacolaArrive 11:00 No.L a 'No.1.:00 p tro Noa.D
s LUCAS COUNTY j BS table linen. There should always be Spats on Sale at Coe's Hook Store FOB STEAK DITIBIONPEN3ACOLAELWTIiIUTEltMllLU 8:00 a 27p: I:01a LeaveFlomatoa_ Leave 2Ma 2:s0 p ft D
11:00 a '::!'J 2:55 a Leave_ Mobile
p .Leave
l2an't 121111
!of FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath old linen enough! that will not bear Saturday at noon. I ..._ ._- 8:25p 7:110 a Lave-N.w fJrlOanl. Leave ij'JJ p 7:26a n 1:00 p

I that he is t.ie senior partner of the I daily usage on Laud to meet any ernerZeneies. RAILWAY COMPANY.

firm'of F. J. ONE NIOHT ONLY, Trains leave Peniaoola for the .Llttl I North.L .
: Cheney & Co., doing I
War I
FED 18 Bayou Big Bayou ring on.Nav Yare
)( business in the City of Toledo, 'I Well Guarded."That's WEDNESDAY, .' I and Port Barrancai at .1. -lo. a.

t t county and state aforesaid, and that I a handsome office clock of 10:00 8:80 a.a.m.arrive m.arrive at at Fort Fort Barrancai Barrancai 10:40 7:13a.n a.n 1I\tipm: I 12l5pm Leave_ Penaeols..Arrtve .:No.1 IJOpm I 1:00am No. I.

''t'\l Paid firm will ,pay the sum of ONE yours. Aren't you afraid It'll bestolen 1:00 p.m.arrive at'Fort barrancas 1t4p JI:5I 8:15! a am m : 8:67 iOlj; p pm m Arnve Arrive_, Montgomery BirminghamLeave I.eave IIUI 11:18 am'' i:8Ii p IB
a m
" HUNDRED DOLLARS for HAVERLY'SMA S-M p.m. arrive at Fort Barrancai ':16 pn i a:06 p m
each T'hcer. TOIipm m Arrive..Naebvalle _Leave _
;-r and every case of Catarrh that cannot I "8:15 p.m. arrive Fort Barrancai Toopa I:$:) a m I 8:13 a m Arrive _LoallTlile _Leave 1:111"'p m 2:4.5 a m
at Fort Barrancai
Why clerk In 8aup.in.arrive g:4Ap.a: I
every cm- .
my 7Oam
I I m Arrive. Clnclnnatl_Leave
: !C be cured by the use of HALL'S ploy has one eye on it all day."-New Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Penia I I I 7:5)am I lPipm Arrive .... _Ht. LoOI _.,._I. aye 1'Xlpm.:15 p m JIlllpm arapm _
cola at7:16a.na.

:i; CATARRH CIKK.FRANK. CHENEY. York World. S T OD H 1 MTL! S t S UIJO p. m.. arrive arrive at at Peniaeola Pen.acolaII66_ 8:00.p.. *. I i PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No. .

! r Sworn to before me and subscribed 2:00 p. m.arrive at Peniaoola ._. 2:44 p.a '
t in Llml'ed Experience. 6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola_ 6:4S p B 21-DaIlJ, No 8-Dall I No stop where time not shown no. 2-Duty No. n-DaUJ
r. my presence, this 6th day of December The Widow-I are familiar Direct from tbelr Sacceiiiful Ran at the Taco p. m.arrive at Peniaeola...... 7:41 p. i j---
l A. D. Ii b6.J I suppose you Ietropolll Theatre, N. Y., with '8:tt p. m.arrive Peniacoia.__ I:so e.. 11:65 pm ':00 a"m LeavePell.acola.-Arrln" 10:10 pm
with warfare in all its various '8atur4aJ.onl1 12:15 night.. Tl1: Bohemia_ 10:87" 4:14 t.
; -;: 12:20 I ':11 YaleUra 10:.. eol"
J ( A. W. 0LEASOX, forms; major? The Minstrel King, TAKE rOB WISE DAIS 12:21": T:18 -Eieambla.. II 10:12" IM":
*.Y.. Notary Public. The Major Not alL madam; not alL Peniaoola to Fort Barrsncu and retern itt IS5" T:45 Mulat It 10:!! It II:"
Hall's Catarrh Cur is taken internally I I am still In the bachelor ranks.-Exchange. GEORGE WILSON Peniaeola to Navy Yard and retnrn_ KtPenuooU ":JIII II II I ':28" "" ___ Harp __ 10:11" ':to
to Palmetto Beach and reinrn 1HTHI9AT 12:00: TII3": _()alltlty.- 10:11" 17 "
and acts directly on the IOMDUDB. UM" ';11II" _KlltoD 10:10" Im "
blood and mucous surfaces of the K a-100-and-J; a-100 1:110 s m _6000 Ranll. It US ':M "
When weather permits the rnnnlni t IM": 1:16 n __ Hol&l___ 1:11I" 4:36 "
fystem. end for testimonials, (ree.o' The Voice of Experience. Other Famous White Celebrities, includingthe open coachei. 2Nt5.30. .. Milligan ._ ., 4:50 all "
} J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 Sinleton-TL! woman I marry must World's Famous Leav( Peniaeola. Lv Fort Barraaaut 2:11" 8:18 It II _Cre.tvlew_ I 1:11" 4010 "
be an Ideal a. m. 10 a. .. i 1:00" 1:14": ...Deer Land 5:66 II 1:34 "
housekeeper. Carl Dammann 11 a.m. u a. 1iI": 8:11" Mossy HeacI 1.0 II Isle "
L W. PEAK Wederly (with a sigh-Take my tip Troupe, l ,m. I ,... aOI": 1:10" .De"untat 8prillL" 8:18" 2:A "
old man. and freeze on to a practical Ip.m Ip.m. aI8" IU" I:" It 1:11 "
30 Couth Palafox From the Winter Circus Berlin Germany. 1 p.m p.m. .:.0 t 1:67 I .Ponce dl LeoILT:28" 2:1. "
No. street, keeps. one.-Chicago News. spa .. 1:00" 10:10 I 1 __Wllt1'1I1e 1:1' II 1:66"
call bell wires and all Containing More Mirth Melody and tp.m. .... 1:01 10:11: I __ Caryvnlb.T:12 II 1:40 "
kinds of Music than anv Comic Opera or 1 J. m. Ip.m.fABBFOB I.a II 10al' _BonllaJ_ aM It 1:21: oJ
electrical supplies. Have him do WorldlyVUdom.. Musical Extravaganza aUBOATriniaoola 1:00" 10:" _Chlple_ IIIT" IH"
Father-In ever written also 1aJ II 11:07 II ---Cottolldale_ ':11 II IM JlOQ
choosing a wife to art Barrauai
your work Call phone :203.$ one Yard ant "tnr_____Harr TOO It 11:211: It ..,.KlrlllUll.... 1:00 It 1:1' "
should never Judge by appearances. The Greatest Minstrel Band Puuaola so Palmetto leaah aa4Jtotreifht a ':80" 1141 _C1prell_ 1:18" 11:66 a m
Son-That'a right Often the prettiest ,.'11.... __ III ':.0", 11:62" _Grand Ridge_ 11:12" 1I:2t"
the N&wp Want Column. T55 I. UOS noon neada 1:21" 10fiO':
Try girls have the least monef.-l'ucL that ever crossed the Continent. > .IV111..UlI p, a. i 1:11 I U:1I" ArrieRiy.elaaohoaLeave 1:10" J 1101: IIo



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= A Coavfeat It..... FOR THE ,HOUSEWIFE- FOR I fc {

A email wooden stool eighteen Inches I -' l..

Have !high, co Ur.g GO cents, ia Invaluable in A Pretty er.ea. A* The 'Largest Policyever HARD ,!
You "
U. on a single life I
out of the
way, under sink or where It was used to hide a big ugly and # \
table where it can hold the pan with was placed as a result of the !
beating stove Itwas, made In three -'
RheumatismURICs0L vegetables crisping in water; a cake panels, the two outside ones five feet band fullest investigation !
with icing to harden,
or the breadboard
with noodles drying. When desired high and the center one ten inches broom The Mutual Life Insurance BRICK"1'f
to reach articles on high shelves, hIgher, but all were twenty-four inches across Company of New York.A 4 t

the doned Po tested e-Uiorni._&* cleaning windows or china closets, 10 width. The frame was made of pinean By western business man

Remedy will cure chandeliersdnstiug and hanging pic inch thick and three inches wide
it fct!!o cure Liver Kidney and took six months to determine
Tnn ieIder disease*. caused by an excess of tures. It will be found far safer and and was the work of one of the men each
"anc Icld. it nerer aili, and builds op more convenient than a small steplad- folks. the where to place this policy of
brlilh nd< Itrergth whUe 11111111'- AIMS ON HAND :
the"-Dd 6amp for book of wonderful eer- der. The frame was painted black with V. I $1,000.0001 and it was written .
bottl For ails .
tc1'e diiKisw.! Wee H Jour per droggiit can not paint left from redressing the carriage. .a 8 at no more proportionate risk .
by '! Jon it will be sent prepaid upon Scalloped Flih. ''he front was covered with gray dress lug the :
suppy 101 pnee. Addreti Remove all bones and pick into small than is assumed on a policy .HALF
JeC1:1pt "Make
cambric put on with gilt headed tacks, I .. .. tONE
pieces one pint of cold fish. Butter a $1,000. t
jill ChemIcal Co", los AogeesCa! while the back was covered with fine center- I.
pudding dish, put in a layer of the fish,
Sr the sacking dyed dark blue. Upon each of The history of this policy is ; .
then layer of breadcrumbs then .
a a
1 L msiif & CO", Jew rrIr-an?, L'j layer of stewed tomato. Continue In these latter panels were stitched two protestI queer interesting reading, and is described MillON
pockets of the same material>fore it : "J
Distributing AI. this order until the dish la full, havingthe in "The Largest Annual :
was tacked to the frame. These provided -4 ;
,..s last layer of crumbs. Put bits of ter just Premium." This
a fine place for papers. magazines pamphlet ,1v
butter over and bake about twenty
:0---- ---- minutes. the dustpan and brush. The thing is sent on application.This i
; gray panels were decorated with flowers by Compaay ranks :
=GOLAY- cut from colored plates taken from little First-In AU.FI Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing "l
.. A Schoolboy' Loach. st-ru Amount Paid Policy-holder .
seed catalogues and floral magazines, Firtt-la Age.

Grist and Corn Peal f Bills.<< appreciated-sandwich For the schoolboy's lunch is made basket with an a and as the arrangement was very ing at alon THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE ,
artistic and each flower carefully cut j
bard sauce filling. Beat the butter and ed COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
.. F. COflZflltK! a CO., Prop i, sugar to a cream, add a teaspoonful of out the effect was that of hand paint- RICBAID A. McCrEDY, President. :*
ng. Photo paste was used for puttingon
currant or grape jelly to moisten and "
ManofaotcrertCHOICK spread between thin slices of white or the flowers, as it does not dampenor ed and Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty
Mr-XL AND PURE GIIOCM: discolor May Lonard in American .Capacity50,000 Daily. 'III'
STOCK FEED. whole wheat bread. Agriculturist. The Streets, NEW YoRK, N. Y. 'i"

Ciiron'.io: Home Industry, for there It To I'rl'u'n'e H.h.Never along. CECIL W1I.LCOX, Manager. .
r.-4'on you should buy your Hell ant I The Confentrnt Dutch Oven. do Just Jacksonville
ullf1 of the Fla.
the other
from the Home Manufacturer lay one on top
Ffcd world
u.ock .
home Indnv but : cloth out of clean salted As we have had much cold weather
toy b110 doing you encourage wring a
and T. C. WATSON & CO. DistrlctM.nagrs Bpiek '
the ftIeftIi11an Co.
18 left In
Yo3r money community viator I desire to tell sister '
t-Y. water. wrap the fish separately! In this thIs my tr
lad 10n In tarn are Indirectly beneflted broom Pensacola, Fia. .
llosi.rlQK lh! borne manufacturer 10toonWbDle ami lay It oa 11 dish. Keep In the cool 'annwives how I manage preparing alon '. .
ly '
to the OBOgv of labor. You owi '" '
est place possible. supper. Pine Barren, Fla.PARKER'S. ; .!
In which
titooTiniaaity: you live ant points ;
j!to :
.iicb onnIflb1t.4NtOYOnr inrport. -. We imve a large fireplace. When the -_ t' 1.
'men folks" are out feeding and Watering
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the stock I make up m>cuits, HAIR "'t"
get meat ready, put the coffeepoton ( He ) h CItLa.. ud brtuutwt BALSAM Uw hili I ita

TRY_ Tt )N T' WANT LMfl N a my"cricket" on the hearth and set out made, ?.( Call on them at the corner of Garden -: Never p-Fail. Iniumui to Brttora gruwth.arty i" ."
and Alcaniz street for carpen. -- liur to. in .Youthful, Colon .
the table In the corner of the room. Cunt rt p d' .A bier I.liU.g.CC.aiditeug .
ter and electrical work or phone 660. Iiru \)
Then I set my big Dutch oven in front
of the fire In this the meat is cooked
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J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. in two minutes. In the minutes more I don't" 'The '
the: Mscuits are baked. I believe the Star H

VAN PELT BROTHERS meal, which is sufficient, with butter There Laundry, ,

and milk, for anybody can be cookedin No

this in ten minutes and the Biggest Busiest Best .
way He : I "
trouble and expense of warming; the He ( ,

kitchen and heating the stove obviated.As The '. ;
Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of "
the old lady said of her cat, "I ,'. .

sets great store" by my Dutch oven.I And !!
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, baked a turkey In it, and it was juicy In -' : They Speak j

and brown. Egg bread Is better cooked He .

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacies of the Season. this way than in any other.- Farm ; .

Wife in Tennessee Farmer. The
Our ioods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the Was forTtaelraL! ea :

Best, Freshest and Cheapest. 'till..,. the Bathtub. "Too ,

There is denying the fact that vapor We let the Shirt, Collars! "

VAN PELT BROTHERS baths are a benefit both to the Old He and Curia we Launder speak for 't.

pores of the skin and to the body itself, He themselves They will talk louder : '
TELEPHONE NO. 23!. .,e.J .* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. as medicinal vapors can by this means And .Lac we can. We want to be judged ,

be absorbed and various ills cured You more oy the work we do than by 't"I ,1.,
without the aid of internally administered To what we sara I
liquids or powders. The peculiar Bo I! ">

advantage of the vapor bath apparatus For _

Classified Advertisements which we Illustrate herewith lies lu it ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called far ul MrereJ Free
the fact that It is Intended for use in The ,

----- --- ----- connection with the bathtub thus occu- Tin-re TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. 'j lIt';'
pying less space and l>elng: easier to No

ONE CENT A WORD. manipulate than the special Il''r bath Now WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. i :

cabinets. The device consists of a cur. ___ ,
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The :
WAXTED-Omorl'rupil"; in "Black' '. Is ._ ,, -- .. .....- "
i-u: r.- '4. ; ;.,. ..r ,,- .. #- 7I .
MONEY TO LOAN and White." By this system anyone 4''t-- r'I 1jjt t #'.' .4
can learn to draw anything Lt I j

.... they wish, any size. Even childrenten 41-IJ:' :
Out' : ;! i-onuble terms and (1 Roberts & I
wIi'lOut i; ibi. 'IT:'. pupil years endorses old can it. learn.Come in Every and oml' ( Dailey, j

J.V.. UULLARD, cll'r;: .:. .. ; $-
e.f-'e for yourself Otis A. Mille :/
:IN! S> ii'i. I'lUftix, Up-Stairs. -DEALERS IN ;
: In the I!
J. .\. WII/JON, Mtiager.Mo.NhY Studio iu Salisbury Iluilding.1mm. the II :

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10 LOAXV. K. Meri- EXCHANGE: ---Any one wanting- -a plied mother: t|! CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES.I : -

"' ::if )L.I.UI A ent. Money to summer home iu the mountain New .
i".iu .it r> a''lllhltj rate of interestn can exchange property in Floridaor ,-:;' Syrup Fish q \
n:>''!! .: ". -11 UClt\. Office 112 andIIIN Houth Georgia for valuein : ,;
: ntli T trrj..n tti tt.RNEY AshevilK N. C. Will equal trade up ehr"Xo it's a E:) FRESH SUPPLY OF {11':'f t" .

up to f 10WO or le-s. Otis A. MillerSalisbury .
%! : 10) Ll'.M: on unproved Block, Pcusacola. ft RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS : J

f"al i--i II". in lar. u .>r small HUm girl." W OF ALL KINDS :( .
:iimniiii'at: l.iw rate i>f interest. ",\.1111 : V
Ciil"!' Ii-lie K. Itiiioks attorney FOR MA.LL. pastor fiT FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. [(:j ,.j ttX
at i iw -jul't S. Pal.inx'It", KUheitmii.li child
___ : :. 3inlmSIUXKV I FOR KALE-The most desirable tall arranced after the manner of a1 "\\" );i: ROBERTS & DAILY I rri ; :;

lots in the city on easy terms, by window shade, with a wire frame to "if you (; :
: '10-l>AY-Io you Le'd the Fisher Real Estate Agency, attach it to the eiul of the tub. The and IU ft! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Drpot. 41. '
nm:.. .v'.' You can: borrow anyau 2.H:2 South Palafox.COMMERCIAL Ia1mI like & Pa; one ."fj. lVnacoIa, r a.
loose end of the curtain has central .
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un. j..u w.mt today ou easiestt _.._".. _.. j jt
slit down far U to Shady p-"' .. .;. '- --', _. .
fill 11.<1 i't rates anywhere: JJ.r.la extending enou:; per I_=.,-::- ':' .'4'l..i. '.. .::. .. ".,' aa.;' { ..-. '-.' -- .I.
mit the insertion of tlie head and l Is don : : ,'..
"t Mm I III on nnpnued city realf - - ,
f- : !' (Irttin \ 'Ill. Fisher, 2U44 S. HOTEL 110 Intetideueia. fitted with clamps to secure it to the
Pai i\Mreit.> : lu-tl end of the tub opposite the spring roll- !
Everything new: all I
modern coiiveniences' Modem er. The bather sits in a woven basket \\ HALL & KLEIN :

IF Yolal W iu ;.> borrow money in- rites to transients. Desirable My suspended inside the tub. and the vapor r IJliu ,

'i.- :: ". .\ in-ure jour property boarders tdken. :23jln: is produced from the burning of \\" 1.1
I'. .. .1.tr:' 'eI01 title, buy or --- -- -- medicated. oils or by vaporizing water.If is clll 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. !

I" '-:atirtiit property oi FIRST-CLASS day board can be a plain steam bath is to l>e taken. Why :
y i: :1.,', ou, have lentS colmi had at the Xew Commercial hotel, Provision is made for holding the curtain tire (' :
',' 4 : > taxes attttided! to, lit lutendeucia! street Popular unrolled while it is drying, the !'- Staple and Family GroceriesSelect .t'\1\
of ..tJJre'l'lti. Wat" .
& 1 liil h-tjte !and- C.Insurance un rates to trtu-ient. 23jlm* pawl and ratchet device for this purpose \\ ,'

A," i'< n-acoU Kla. Charges 1taIrLln.: Jlo"", .,. acting exactly the same ns on a being Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins.
li i" fcvrryoue who buys curtain and the spring in the rollerIs E>all "tl
will lend made to hold the cover tightly \ (' ;
I i.sve money
W .\ ", hi build a btLltC. !bJ-tl Spring, Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs,, against/ ; the edges; of the tub while the To the Poultry, Eggs! and Country Produce. .

Condon-; proprietress All the bath is being' taken, to prevent the escape Why :' t

It.\. I u (."'.) IM. comforts, of home at very reasons of the vai>or. cause ( ) Telephone No. 358. I. J

_h. ble rate Northern tourists will \ "I
In f'rogr.uu.A '
A Factor "t
.. find this ideal I health -
31k. 1'\ an place to spend II )
: jj IKIItNFMuufac.ilr; : trained educated mechanic is the
:i in Hair buds, portion of the season. 12nlmItUMOVAl. [ll'rg :
most powerful factor In the progress
tJ i Articles, 11 ur Oil ROYAL STANDARD WllISKEY% n
-' (ioveriinientYOUNU, Street, ,, .. of nations. Sucli a man thinks provides C .
---- - -- -- fur the unexpected multiplioc 'T S. ; .

\v. ,\.="I'kIv ). B. L. DIAMOND: the tailor has re- hs! forces and dares the world to meet 8 Years Old, in Cases cf 4 Fell Quarts, at $3.20 per cue '.;.' i J: f
movtd to ll>jVe''t Governmentstreet him.-Calvcston: News. \ !

\ '.\ opposite Express; ollice, .
MEN tromunty :
L where he is prepared to clean, repair A Thousand Dollars Tnrown Away. THIS WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co. t
: at once to preitiotK and press. ladies' and gentle- ., Di-tillery, and is fully matured in wood .. : .
iu the, O Vt'rn. l-ueti' toilorM1 made'l.ts. 16jJn: Mr.V.. W. Baker, of Plainview, before bottling. it H absolutely pure and not excelled -
1' \ ". Apply to in quality by Whiskey of the .'
Neb., writes: "My wife had lung any same age ;
I State: Corrt-s. lust s11 .. no matter where produced. The Royal Standard
aiiot>ut fifteen We ,
C..oar aid-, la. trouble for over "ar" I .
is old when
I eight years bottled, and, considering; '
o&wlm tried a number of doctors and spent its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey in .. 1-,
\'A\: ANYONE wanting bored wells, over a thousand dollars without any the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa '}
:-\'t"t'.1IPdSOU!!or char- fetca in the "
r posts or anything grocery low and I lost an absolutely pure stimulant, there Is none better. ,
t1 ;: "! rt-putatiou III each or dry goods line will do relief. She was very \\ if
.t, Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to :-
t. .. iu this cuunlrequir..d) wisely' before purchasing to see D. all hope when a friend suggested indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining f
:it and advertise old vwealtliy -- ; : _
M, Merritt Olive, Fla. J171m and Tar
lb.I_: business hou-e trying Foley's Honey the whiskey: fe not satisfied with the quality he ;- "
'.f., r )ticiil standing- Salary which I: did ; and thanks to this can return the ame! at our expense and money po J
H. ALFMAN umbrella maker 315
will be '
refunded. .1
I If iviy with addi- great remedy it saved her life. SheIs : F. ,
expenses South Palafox street. Recovering
11 All orders should be It.jI3G5YTtAUCLI
accompanied either
,I' by
all d.iyabto in curb and enjoys better health f }
and repairing of umbrellas and stronger !
a. / : currency postoffice money order, bank draft or ex-
!\i 'I' Wednesday from head parasols a specialty. Silk covers than she has ever known in ten 7'b -- pres? money order. We refer to First National ": : i
: H.>i>d and fur- We shall be without ; '
carriaK! never
always nn janSOiivulvul yar -"iL Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. f-.J\ _
W !IPII IH ce*iHr\ Iletert Foley's Honey and Tar and would Iv- \
i-lo-e ".celf-addressed eu- O ,etuie." '. a"'k those afflicted to try it." W. A. cocity c! tt. :1." j.
R 'tocial: Co., Caxtou D'Alembarte.CASTORIA. as I S. A. FRIEDMAN ;.
I igo. gr..b-IIV I CARNIVAL COSTUMES-In: vel- tions ,.., : .
=. ---- vet, Silk, Satin and other materials -
)1..1\ 1 Uaru bill b..r all ; SOLE PROPRIETOR t. .1
t > can be rented at Mrs. E. D. PENSACOLA. FLA. : ,
I k, itipl. mi-s, poltiotisir simple .
Nordtrom's Store. AlsoMaste ;
Millinery .
,, ; ,
:v ; .. : ''. Short P. O. BOX -
: *. FaL-e Noses, Wisj* and comes 'IIUI'HOXE 179k.I "ll ,"
'. d ty our. methods of Hail Good at No. 11 East: latendeaeia For Infant and C-Udreo. f t1IsKe: 1-1 ,
:1 xp-ri iiisuusimileil street, near }'alafvx.OASTOR.7A..

.._, ttl.itie COllege: liS Caron-free. His Kind Yon Hare Always! Bougtttn to handle every class of Liquor MId R; '\\j:

__ :N..wrleiti._ | Li. ; I- bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that ;

W AN 'L" &uathl Tta Kind You Iat9 turn 864,* : lkff are way down. '
1 ,
0 'ti '1'.1All, kinds of emptv beer I' I. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. \
S. Friedman. c9-lf ? t R

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GREAT VALUE..FOR LIT- l'Cond by Mrs. W. B. Wright, a Paine's CeleryCompound FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY-

TLE OUTLAY. lovely silver bon bop dish. The consolation -: MAY BUILD -

prize, cat for by all, and

won by Mr. A. M. Avery, a hand LET THE
? Are yon a member of that wall CUM of some silver mounted cologne bottle. TO PENSAGOLA
consumers woo are not using "GOOD LUCK I :
Elegant refreshments were served
Baking Powder A duty which the bonnewifeowes
herself la to obtain that which with the after the games. The Great Nerve Builder and COLD WAVE *

least expenditure of time and labor will produce fa L

the greatest results, Iforent you a desire On account of the bad weather the Blood Purifier.A FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS AT
the beet,and purchase it at the lowest
to use only
figure GOOD LUCK"wt1L at a cost of last two meetings of the Ladies' Aid CENTURY WHICH WILL $ Waft'you to Our Monster

ten cents per pound,ra\8ethe nicest bread etc., Society of the Presbyterian cburch

and give you the greatest satisfaction. Don't have been postponed. A special Femaikable Restoration to Health BENEFIT THIS CITY.

delay order to-day. meeting is called for tomorrow after- After Failures orPhyeicirns-
noon, Feb. 18, at 3:15, in the Sunday --
Richmond. Viffial Fully half of the indisposed,weak.
school room.A ly, and sick people around us are An interesting story is that which

victims of nerve troubles and unhealthy comes from Century today, and :Before it's too late. Be prompt. Act quick-:act now
NN4/.................. betrothal dinner was given by blood. Tbey seem to forget
S41 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn, at their one important fact, "that the nerves should there be any thing in it, this and take advantage of the STUPENDOUS VALUES

handsome home,corner of Barcelonaand regulate the" blood supply throughthe city will be ultimately greatly bene- we are t S riug.
SOCIAL ECHOES body. It is now au acceptedtruth
I I Strong streets last evening, in that upon the action of the fited.

honor of Miss MollieJKahn, sister of nerves depends health and happi- It is said that the present exten- $3.00 Ladies' Welt shoes, lace or button_ $2.41

tN41N/N.................. Mr. H. Kahn, and Mr. H. P. Newman ness. Diseased and flabby nerves (
bring on insomnia, dyspepsia, !headache sion of the Alger-8ulivan! railroad, $2.00 Ladies'Pit tip French heel. ..___ $Lcr
: Covers were laid for sixteen.
SPECIMEN PACES The color scheme of pink and prostration, irritability, and which will complete a line of over $1.75 Ladies' button extension sole
green lassitude; these in due course cause _..' $l9
was carried out throughout the more serious ills. Paine's Celery thirty miles in length, will be sur-
Pr>in a Revised Edition of )fao'all's $1 E5 Ladies'common sense___ ..
house and the entire courses. Compound is the only medicine that veyed and extended to connect with .... she)
QueMiooa on Common

fculyecis-A Itook fop JcliooluDjr Those present were Mr. and Mrs. can ure bestow of health a full to and men lasting and women meas- the road of the Ezell Lumber Co., $3.50 Men's shoes, all kinds.. --..-.--....-.-.... .$?. 76

Carolyn Wells. I Harry Kahn, Miss R)sallnd Frenkelof who .infer from nerve and blood '

Hopklnsville, Ky ; Miss; Sadie troubles. This wonderful agent of Maniitee, Ala', in Mobile county $8.00.Afen's patent enamel .. ......_. ..._-_..--...- .. $??>.';1$9.50Men'spatentleafher
Whence have mohair?
lQ ) we Steinhart of Greenville, Ala. Mi.-s feed, nourishes and strengthens all and also with the railroad of the

(A.) Mohufrantotirritatiugfabric, ; the nerve centre, purifies and en- .. .._ .. ..._._.........__... .. SLS1
Mamie Rosenau of Atnen Ala.'
Southern States Lumber Co., at
u nude from the hair of the :Mo, a riches the blood, tones the stomach, '
large far-b :ariuganinial; found chief- MUs;! Sarah L. Kahn, M1*s Sarah J. and invigorates the entire nervous Muscogee, thereby connecting threeof $9.00)Ien'slaceorcongres. 4 styles...._..... .'-'l.fJ

Rahn and Miss Motile Kahncity ; I sy'tt m. Miss Mary D3hl, Richville.
if in the United States. (Q ) Wherei Mich. .writes thus the largest: lumber and timber in LOTS OP OTHER VALUES NOT SHOWN HERE WHICH
and Messrs. Jike: Bear, Philip :-
the finest t-pecimeti of this animal "For two I have suffered1
Klein, Samuel Klein Alex Kuhn, years dustries the south. YOU SHOULD SEE.
fouad? (A.) The Pt. L'-uis, Mo., is with dyspepsia, debilitated nervous
i Bernard Solomon, H. P. Newman, An ollicial: of the Century company
the lar/e and bkt kr.owu.Q system, palpit ition of the heart.I .
and R>-v. Dr. Samuel Koch city I had an awful feeling in my stomach said that upon the completion of the SHOE"co.
Whence have sole leathet?
( ) we -
: and a bad taste in moutb.
i al.d Alex It) enfj61d of Atlanta.
(A.) tole: ::eatier is the tanned atd --- tried three different physicians but railroad a passenger train would be .,

dried skin of the sole. ((I ) How is could gain no relief from any of put on which is taken to mean that
them. At last I heard of Paine's Feet Furnishers for Cash Only
the leather prepared? (A.) The the road will be finally built to Pen-
Celery Compound, used it, and owe
sole, Which is but Freuch for flounder 1
my restoration to health to my u.eof sacola in order that an independent 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
is cooked: in oil until it is over- [ EWSNOTES that errand medicine. I only took .I
done. This is sole leather.Q four bottles, and it cured me." I outlet for the product of these three -- -- --- ---- -

( ) What is an angleworm? (A.) .._"J.-------s2' large plants could be had.

An angleworm is a small worm A Boys Snit Costs Only TEN Cents The Ezell road is now about twen-

which has no curves but disposes its Five cases were docketed in the WhenDIAMOND miles and the If'l
ty-five In length:; pres-
1 length in sharp acute angles.Q police court today. One defendantwas DYES
ent road of the Alger-Sullivan Com-
( ) What is a cat? (A ) A four- discharged and fines in the oth- \

footed domestic animal. (Q ) What er cases amounted to 125. Are Used. I pany covers thirty miles or more. 1 VM with the Swellest Line (
These dyes color kind of cloth :
any any
is the plural of cat? (A.) Cattle, Connection of these two roads, with i
All tendered at the tele- color. Any good cloth can be dyed a fresh, of Laces Galoons
messages rich color and cut over for the boj'g cult. 1 ; :
(Q ) What iil a dog? (A.) Another that :of the Muscogee company
graph offices( today are accepted Direction book and 45 dyed sample free. .
domestic pat. (Q What the Swiss : ;
) 13 Nainsook andN52SES252S.SS.SESESPS5J
} subject to de'lay, as wires in all directions DIAMOND DYES: Burlington Vt. would complete facilities for handlIng ,
dog's mother called? (A.) A dogma.Q. ( ,

( .) Are the dog and cat antagonistic are either entirely down or the output of the plants rapidly, 1 Cambric : : : : i ;

? (A) Yes. fQ ) How oan working very badly.W. and In the end this port, it is learned

III you prove this? (A.) By the fact P. Smith of Montgomery is at THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL on good authority would be the i EMB ROID DIES :

the Merchants.
that there are so many conflicts between He represents the one point for export.

} dogmatism and catechism.Q Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co., the FoRECAST-Falr, continued cold S ) .It's I Been Our Pleasure to Offer. ,
There is a great deal of ground for ... ...
( ) What is a theors? (A.) Something firm which is importing about 40,000 to-night with minimum temperature 20 ( ) ,.. )

that must be so because there tons of iron pyrites at Pensacola.In degrees; Wednesday fair, continued cold the above. It is not denied by either ( ) '
New Percales. White and Colored
fresh northwest to north winds. 1 Spring ;
is no rea!'oa for it. (Q ) What is an order that the full and com- company, butrather is said to be the ) striking departure over old de.vvhtill I .

1 exploded theory? (A.) Oue whose plete play may be put on effectively, purpose of the companies. ( I signs,and controlled exclusively gO S.
i Temperature in Last 24 Hours: ) us.!
; report goes oil in smoke. the curtain will be run at 8 This information developed from I( ) Makers'Per- Heavy eelling going on In tt,,,_
_____ 15cals' 12. lIE'parl"lt'nlh..rsl 'Ir, good lait
< I Maximum degrees (1( ) c
, What is ? A.
( J.)
; poetry ( ) Rhymeor -
sharp tonight and patrons are requested and endless variety Htxiund. KM: rylinnKinnblH I
Minimum__._.- _______28 degrees an article appearing in THE NEWS H 1o\ta.-low HItiicheil .
blank verse. Ill ) What is bett..rthln to be governed accordingly.The last week the 12xc CaIPB\t'alst5lakers'Yer. .... ....__ _.. ioc I to all. price I\
;; blank verse? (A.) Blank lines. Temperature Elsewhere: one day stating probability (( :Not tie miff; Heat r" Kind but Light (J ] OC
Y. M. B. L. will meet 111 12 15 I
tonightat { I ':. Z3 10 OikS
T l.) What i is the science of poetry Min Max: of establishing a branch car ( 't\elgbts-\lrylJ"slgus. ,, ,
--- -- -- -
7 o'clock sharp for the of ( )
r, purpose
C4lJed? (A.) Arhythmetic. Atlanta_ .____ 12: W building plant at Century. Several
attending to matters of organization.The \ -CcIetrated! "Standard Waists\S doz !
(Q.) What is a miser? (A.) One Bismarck: ______ __.____.-W -is "
who mi-es. members are requested to be Chicago _____.___-10 10 new developments have transpired ) ( Mercerized Madras and Pique, White and White with Colored ; i

prompt in attendance as a number Cincinnati_____00 1: recently, which leads citizens of r ) (Stripes augment the stock for this week's fellln \
((J ) Wnat is a viper? (A ) One Galveston_.__._21 32 )
who, or that which vipes. wish to go to the opera house. Huron._ _..___ 2H .10 that town to believe that the shops i $1.00, $1,25, $150, $2.00 up to 375. j :

Piso's Cure-40 on the market,-and Jacksonville_____:36 76 will be placed there. Several state 1 5 ; They are swell creations of the Waist :Makers Art. Look them ( /
_____ it will be and
Miss Sallie Wright entertained Kansas City -8 nn over; pleasant profitable.
still the best for Coughs and Colds. ments from those in authority at
Key West.______HI) (io -
Saturday evening at a lovely St. 25c per bottle. Memphis __.____.___o<| jj Century have been let out, one of
;fl Valentine's dinner, complimentary ----- Mobile- .. .26 "u I W J.B. ORBES. '

, m to her brother, Mr. V. H. Wright CITY EMPLOYES Montgomery ____ 20 72: which was that "old man Millin is .

whose birthday is that day. The New Orleans__..___ss 72 just like a woman; he can never keepa

I: table beautiful with Sew York.................... .......... 20 31
.J was unusually
Savannah_____31 70
? rich silver and cut glass and hearts WERE PAID TODAYChecks ,
i St. Louis _.______.?--ti tai mill at Century has all it can
:!, of different sizes. The center piece,
. -- do at the present time, and is run- D. HALE WILSON
Special communicationof
; .1 large heart of red carnations surr ,
r ended with smilax. Fourteen were distributed today to. Escambia Lodge :No. 15, ning on double time to keep up with
F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m.,
f' .veis were marked by dainty val- members of the police and fire departments A Wednesday. Feb. 18. orders. Real Estate and Rental

/? tiitines, and on elegant diar.c-r and employes of the board Work in M. M. degree. -- -Months. Agent,

.I served in fix rour e,. The party Visiting brethren are cor- A Severe Cold for Three
I of public work*. This semi-monthly dially invited. The following letter from A. J.
were Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Wright, 13>2' South I"alai'oStrt et,
:t\l I has become W. D'C. KESSLER. Nusbaum of Batesville: Ind., tells
day convenin
f j: Miss Bailie. Wright with the guest cf pay a great HARRY W. GIBBS W. M. its own story: "I suffered for three T LEPHNE NO. 234. PENSaCOLA, FLORID

;:: of I honor, Mr. V. H. Wright, Mr. and t ne to the city's workmen, althoughit Secretary. months with a severe cold. A druggist -

::1", Mrs. Om Kitzen, Mr. W. D'C. Keller Ii exacts a great deal more time of ----- : prepared me come medicine,
I and a physician precribed for me
Miss D-iHie Wright Miss Daisye : the office men. NOTICE yet I did not improve. I then triedFoley's .SPECIAL SALE.
Hyer, :Miss Mary Chafliu. Mi-s Alice .. ..
9.1 -- Staff members of Naomi' Rebeeca Honey and Tar, and eight

,'t Kes..ler, Mr. R. B. Roberts Mr. W. TO CTHK A COLD IN O.NH; DAY lodge 0.1O are requested to attend doses cured me." Refuse Eubstlt tes. ,

1@ M. Pitt, and Mr. Alvin Wright. Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All practice tomorrow (Wednesday), at W. A. D'Alemberte. -A i,.-
druggists refund the money If it fails to 7:30 p. m. sharp.
cure 1':. W. Urove'ssignature U on tacbbO
I The Orocohi club ball i is the social \. 2..JO.MILITARY. CHAS. FRIEDKICKSEX DO YOU KNOW

': event of this evening. Captain.MARITIME. BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea BRA WNER'STo
. tl -
BAND TO large stock of dressed studdingand
i ii t Mrs. W. H. Pleasant of New York I
joist Get their price before
' ; is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. M.
I". Avery. I FURNISH THE MUSIC I i buying d8-lm make room for my Immense Stock of Spring

Mobile Notes: One of the prettiest -I k Ger ss Consul Horn lIeS, Thomas :Sew Goods, which is now Arriving Daily.

: parties of the season was given The Barrancas orchestra has been Orleans to W L Wittlch be served with Malta-Vita and

:fi Wednesday evening by Miss Frin- engaged: to furnish music tot the CLEARED. receive a Cook Book Free. 3000 yards of 79 Soft-Finished I 30 doz Men's All Wool Rd Undershirts -

t* gilla Smith at her home. 8u5; State grand ball to be given by the Con- Itftl bk :Sostra Madre 915, Conslglicre, by Bleached Domestic, worth 6c, to worth $1,special 75c; drawersto
II Baari it Co for Genoa, with Clu) s ft
street, in honor of her guest, Miss sawn timber valued at i'J,7l3 SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER make room, at 4'zC yard. match.
Julia Lee of Pensacola, and Miss cordla: Club. 3000 yards Fitchville 4 4 Bleached 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

':i. Virginia Smith of Dallas.: The color S\ILED.ItalbkSilenzc.TOl.Simonetti. RATES: FOR ST. ANDREWS Domestic, worth 9c, to make room, 9Sa Day each.Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale
NOTICE. .Palermo at 7c yard.
' scheme was green and yellow, and >or bit Eira,1510,5telson.liutnji: 'wskt 29 Ladies'! Ready.to.Wellr Rainy-
'! was beautifully carried out. Mrs. I Mr. Chas. Leli Iron desires all the tier bk Wmdsbrant.! liaase,Hamburg LINE. 2oOO( yards Lonsdale and Fruit 4-4 Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
Bleached Domestic, worth lOc to
Martin Smith andIrs.. Archer young men who are to have positions make worth $4 special sale $2.18 each.
room at 8.140 yard.
l THlMARKETS.COTTON 60 Ladles' Black and Colored
I Smith assisted Miss Smith and the on the floats to call at his The Pensacola St. Andrews and 10,000 yards 4-4 Unbleached Domestic Worsted Skirts, worth 'l.l O, special

t honorees in receiving. Ten tables place of business and try on their Gulf Steamship Company has fixed worth 6c, to make room, at sale 98c each.

; j" were arranged for four-handed [ costumes. the following between schedule! Pensacola and and rates the to tL.;c yard. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured

I apply 100 yards 10-! Gold Brand Sheeting Skirts, worth $2 50 to KJ. specialsale
I euchre. The ladies' prize was an I A GOOD UECOMME.VDATION. REPORT. points: named: worth 18c, to make room, at 13: |1.98 to$4.93 each.

I'1 elegant Bohemian vase, while the SCHEDULE yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's
i "I have noticed that the sale ofChamberlain's
:; consolation was a pretty silk hand. 10.4 Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. special -
1 I Stomach and Liver Steamer Tarpon will leave Pecsa- 1000 yards Pepperal
tl drawers
! kerchief. The gentleman's prize was: Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 Sheetihg, worth 23>:Qc,to make room, ; to match, in White,
Red and Fawn colors.
1 Tablets is almost invariably to those
fl j a pearl handled knife, while the Lowe Co. o'clock after the arrival of the Mo- at 18ic yard. '
25 Girl
i consolation was a pretty silk tie. I who have once used them," says Mr. Spots. bile train and the P. & A. accommo- 750 yards: 10 4 Pepperal Bleached and Fleeced doz..Boy's Lined and Undershirt at

:4 cards were beautiful J. H. Weber a prominent druggistof dation train. This will enable a Sheeting worth 2Sc, to make room, 25c drawer match.
The score large ;
Cascade, Iowa. What better rec- Good Mlddling..9 14 person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., at 20s: yard.Remember. 24 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray and
: I chrysanthemums, with long stems Strict Middling ..... .... ..,. .9 1.8 make close connection at Pensacolaand full line of
Wool &0c
ommendation could any medicine we carry a Red All Undershirts at ;
" t! and leaves. At the conclusion of have than for people to call for it Middling .......... ...... .. ....9 reach St.o'clock.PASSENGER Andrews. the next Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match.

, I I the games a delightful luncheon was I Strict Low Middling.... ......8 1316 morning at? prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of L die.',
when in need of such ?
t served. Every one declared the a remedy Try Low 1\IIddllng..8 1-2 RATES. 70 dos Men's Heavy French Neck Men'i and Boy's and Girls': Shoes

I affair to be delightful.Last them when you feel dull after eating Tone Steady. The passenger rate from Pensacolawill Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; that we can save you 25c on.

t ,when you have a bad taste in be as follows: drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line

j your mouth feel bilious, have no appetite FUTURES. To St. Andrews and St. Andrews 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at We on
evening Mr. and Mrs. F. C. worth toe out at
special 35e dollar. We will close them
Brent entertained at a very large or when troubled with constipation March ........ ...... .... .........9.32 points-f6.00; round and trip Carrabelle-$10. drawers to ma ten. ; Just%price off other merchants.

:: card of the mast and you are certain to be delighted May..... ...... ..................9.40 To Apalachicola
party, one : delightful $8 50; round trip $15.
with the prompt relief which These fares include first-class
IT of the season. The spacious
home was decorated in bamboo they afford.: For sale by all druggists NATAL STOKES HAKKET. cabin, stateroom and meals. We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress
and medicince dealers. Further information can be secured
with quantities of violets artistically Reported Dally for The New bj by applying at the company's offices Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.

J' arranged on mantels and stands. Union Naval Store. Go. in the Tbiesen building. I

The first gentlemen's: prize was won MALTA-VITA. (OSIK.anxm AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.

by Mr. John B. Jones, a handsome WW $425 H_ __$20wG '

'. silk umbrella. The second prize, by The demonstrator for the Malta- ____ S a5! 6_ 031115 Jad9i tfie Best for $c.
Remember the Place
Mr. W. B. Wright, a silver: cork. Vita Pare Foods Company is at SolCabn' ____ "____ Hoot ,. r r BRAWN
____ Trench Waffles with
K: 195D
I screw. The ladies' first prize was Call and be served with a ,
: __ : __ 19at Florida Cane Syrup atSolomdn's
won by Mrs. G. Renshaw a hand- sample of this pare food! product. -__ 2 85 C&belew195 io5 S. Palafox St.

some Royal Worceeter Vase, the 12'3t ToarzarwI-63 bid.

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