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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1903
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29 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY AF i .IRNOON. FEBRUARY 18 1903 NO 3* 'i. :'

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Wi\SHI1\GTON LETTERs making'an; impassioned= in behalf I I I 5 of Tinman relallons. The result Is"ev- CONTROL OFCIRCUMSTANCES I reach' him'He"had'drained ef ery drop.; .d J IJ

(J It a constituent. WOMAWSwm ery day apparent in the continual frtctioj A low murmur of horror went npl 'J .

11 Correspondence.] "Mr. Speaker." he said "this poor |: / and jar of the domestic machinery .5 from the crowd without the bar. X ..4; .

otee of solitaire j is "Uncle man is terribly l aClicted. lie is totally ( : There are Irritable mistresses and stillness as of death reigned for a few! '. :]

t ;r In the hours when be Is blind. 1 know he is totally blind because 5EsasEsas25as5as2sasEMRS. .', Irritable maids. The servant girl for moments and was broken by the calrn v j"j"'I

.T< ten when some one is with Le came aud\ saw me only a few SAMUEL BELFORD. her life almost at least for comfort, collected ('e of Narvall: 'j. ..t.
Copyright. 19t:. l>> the S. S. McClure I
days before I left home. bapplnrcs freedom and "Gentlemen if 7 I II '
; iys tht fascinating game : development Company.] within half an hour (4

Not infrequently he seems General Shattuc was unable to un- Dcnvrr' Snbllr Politician. Social Is dependent upon the character of her I Dilly r.urton. alias "KM" Burton. am dead of course the defendant If .'..

: uiouiatically, for he couration
easily! while he appeal.llannlian Colorado that superb state in the Is a reflection of the treatment accorded ." { ,!
... philosopher though: he was, atrul1tl'tll '
A. .;11II'S; his cards. ( Wanhiniclun I'oilllun heart of the lloeky mountains where her. An hour later, when the Jury hail 'I I' 1

j; time ago Mr. Cannon The first appointment of a Hawaiian American! women have attained! thl'irhlLl'St was unpleasant Indicted for murder I brought; in a verdict of "not guilty," :

to the government service in Washing- GhinK a Dinner.A !a the first degree, with a chain of cir-! ,
Hurton
t'f! window in his corner standing; as the equals of the i pressed forward and extended:: .. ]

i .., :.rl1l to see If there was toil was made tile other day. The postmaster sterner sex. where woman suffrage has charming young hostess In town cum.tantall'Itlt'J1I'c: that was without j his hand to Nurvnll. Thu latter staredat ;

j' general Las apjwinted! Mrs. lx>ul i where I once lived was renowned for
'S !bachelor establishment'M i lioeii one of the most Powerful agents a ltalocked securely In a newly it coldly. : 1 t'

.."tI." the secretary of i l iit Howard of Honolulu to a clerkship of their recognition glories in the possession her little dinners. There were seldom built! jail, with Iii) means of escape and j "1 guess jou're right: guv'ner: ," said 'f' "

.. ,. In that department of a woman who from more than sis entertained at a time. I i' Burton. "You're gentleman." ... 41
!' was. Forthwith Mr. i apart no pal within: a thousand miles to furnish i a j'
CAUL SCHOriELI)). asked her once if she Lad secrets "
\'l around to the secw her statesmanlike! knowledge; and unusual any such means, it was but. natural O. A. I..VX13. ; ,if
_
'. "ll the tlistliiclio.i for success. "1 do not klloIf they i --'- ,. Jj
poii ability enjoys
:,.it might! be doing. Mr. .
that Le should mutter to himself that I .
!:. ireseutative Gillott of What you pay for extracts i is im of being the mo i ;
were at dinner with portant but what you get for ynur woman iu tl.e! commonwealth. She isSirs. always: remember the advice of my | Le had "gone de pace and must walk Your druggist: will refund your money If ,;

: > is ten times i mother, who lived Washington and de plank fer it." Yet he accepted his j PAZ' OINIMKNT fatli to cure Ulngworm, I. 5
.'. iiil Mr. Cannou seated money inure importlnt.BurmU's : Samuel leford! of I 'mjt'r. and \
was famous for her little dinners and fate with stoicism that was admira Tetter. Old: Ulcer* and Her.... 1'tiuplvi and
irlor. TLere he saw a Vanilla cots more bec<.use slitIs! not only recognized as a !'l.dllpftltl'al '
"I' lui llt'olls. She said to me when 1 was ble. Always I'xpet'tinarrest: and BlackhetxU: no the face, and all-kklu AIM -, ..
worth : leader but has: IM-UI eudowt-d '
As Le waited Le more. ,
: ,_ __ married: 'Don't do more entertaining! dreading detection, he had come to I cases. SO cents. j .
.' {.j; "oitaire, and he ,start-I n' n with the distinction of being; the most ,. ,J

)".'11. The secretary :\ TEST DRINKING WATER.Tno popular woman in Colorado.Mrs. I than *jour strength and purse will consider that the events which constituted !- I'
tteiford allow Don't aspire to have redhead THE HALL OF FAME. '.
a their friends came out fromit dispenses\ political honors : his life must naturally and necessarily ,

Mr. Cannon was still at Lis 'Method by: Which You May: Determine with the same tact and ease as she t duck when your cook knows how to terminate upon the gallows. r j It

It* (tualll)'. exhibits within the precincts of her cook lamb better. If you can serve a Lord Salisbury) when a young man r,, ;'
soi.taire.: They engaged In And now that the blow had fallen he
nul talked in informalMr. TLe supply of drinking water for the own home. She is president of the wolIr.a. four course dinner perfectly and a sis I rote several pieces of fiction, but they :' i}
11 course dinner with un effort: plan for accepted resignedly. ::1
family bhuuld be tested at least once were never publisliitl.
Cannon talked, too, but the first Choose your guests; with the The door swung open) and John Nar- '
his ftf solitaire. I a jear. Water that at one time is Father Klaruiann a priest of Wood-
jc to game utmost discretion, seat them with equal nil, attorney at law, stepped inside. ,
and wholesome become too
ji \ .- well toward midnight; when :, pure may haven N. Y., recently published a corn-

,11.1..] this with himself, I impure for use, yet it may be without discretion. Do not crowd eight people The warden locked the door and left fdy and an operetta and is now at work .
"i game
color and hare odor taste around a table which will seat six com them together.For ,

: lin skipped around the corner bhow its dangerous qualities.A the fortably.waiter Give well some to consideration' "to a moment each man stood measuring Lady Curzon, wife of the viceroy of
the
as as guests. -
,,' own vine and fig tree. simple! test of drinking water is Good the other. Xarvall saw a man India, is said to be an active promoter'
Housekeeping.Foot
WnnM to He "n ural ChrUtener." the Meisch sewage test. Fill a clean of great physical strength, whose better Df every kind of philanthropic work ,

A S. : Francisco woman has written pint bottle three-quarters full of the Xotr nature had been warped by cir among the Hindoo women. '. i ',' "
water to be tested, and dissolve In It i
,
of )
!
S itor I'.exeridge; applying for a After a dally footbath In quite warm cumstances. Burton saw a slight ath- Ex-Congressman Jerry Simpson .
half a teaspoonful of granulated sug- Kansas who has ranch In New I ,
'11 as "rural christcner. At pres- letic of a large
hot-wat'r
-not rub into the skin of man perhaps twenty-three or I
nr. Cork it and set it in a warm place:
Mexico attended the recent stockmen'sronvention I
such position, exists: but Miss the foot small of carbolated ,
for two days. If during;: this! time it a quantity twenty-four, with pale, aristocratic features j Kansas "
I Miller the applicant. believes vaseline. Hub hard and at City. I "
bcconie.s cloudy or milky It is unfit for S ( pay particular and an inscrutable countenance.
should be created. She has More than seven times the distanceround j
tie I attention to callous spots and to the toe Burton was In the of ,>
domestic t1-*.'. If it remains perfectly presence a superior '.
with sorrow that the new rural V Joints, especially if these show the earth has been walked by a i.
cleat\ it is probably safe. I lie VuIf.tUhthat i any and realized it. !
.
are designated by Dover (England postman named Eden | :
delivery follies )
the bottle I Is absolutely as clenn' tendency; to enlargement, gout or corns. These two were representatives of I '
ers, such as Marion County Kural IVsisteuce In this! simple treatment Is the I U"arn. who Las jut retired after forty .
as cafi make! it and the extremes of society."I .
you bugarI
last: 1 or West 1 or F.ast U, and lire. sure to bring relief! and in time even sent for you, gu\"ner, to see what I Iyou'coulll fear,,' service. 4' i

S :Now, at :l reasonable salary, The second test is also a simple one. .. 0'.M the stiffness of rheumatism Is lessenedby do fir me. You see, it's like I II. A. McNeil of New York has been : ,
:
11 undertake in lit appropriate It. The awarded the contract for the design of {
Obtain from a trustworthy druggist '1 vaseline ought not to lie dose: I'm slightly up against it ills

S : "St' new routes, such as Ma- 5 cents' worth of saturated solution of !.' /.;', put on at night; as it is apt to so stain time and" began liurtou, but JCar-I the William McKinley arch at the west

vcr Leaf. Primrose Valley, of 1 the sheets that they can never be madeentirely nil stopped him. I entrance to the statehouse at Columbus ,
permanganate I'ot:1ssiuU1.tl.1 f f"Wnit
Hyacinth Hollow, Lilac free of the marks. At nighttime and let state O. The arch is to cost0/ H). } ,
about live drops of this: to a pint bot- me your case to

i-rs',' that might occur to lie of water. This will turn the watera __ use the toilet pumice! on callous you. You are indicted for murder in I Dr.) Fiarnett A. Elzas of Charleston !

temperamentM beautiful rose purple. If there is fpots. The effect of this is almost mag- the first degree. The evidence is all has begun an examination: of the state '
ller's
erintendent suggestion Machen'Vlivery was any considerable: amount of organic ical. Uut first and last, wear easy, against: you, and you haven't a tingle records of !South Carolina lie is making '
s
: comfortable shoes and be wise in time. I a study (If the part which Jews
matter the color will give place In the witness. The indictment: states that r
service Le SAMUEL KELFOHD.man's
(
,
course (If a few hours to a more or I I i you administered poison to your late took In the early history of that stato. i <
d evidently! bit n aral state campaign committee. II iI I
Its* dirty rcddijli brown. If the colorof Any I I Monogram Stationery employer Mr. Hartford. The Poison The wife of the recently appointed j \ ;
route in-qiect- candidate for office in the I I
the water in the bottle remains for public state : The fashionable woman has her monogram was nitric acid, and the prosecuting! attorneys French ambassador to this country, M. J JJusserand
0. 1 ... ;t.' position desired.virliil of Colorado must consult this earnestand I '
twelve hours unchanged from the rose on her stationery done in small have In their possession( half a Is \Ifi'rlrallllutl a mem- j

I'ft' .rltt'a. purple it assumed when the permanganate capable young person as well as design in either gold or silver. The tiny bottle of the acid left which: will be ber of a prominent New York family. ). )! 1
1 1. T -" :i 1 i' ,\ pei'ple in Washingi the sterner machine leaders, for she '
of lWJta'sium'as first added, monograms are !by. far the prettiest and Introduced as evidence.! Her maiden name was Miss Elsa Rich- i
:" '" ;r : ... '.-i I strangers at their controls hundreds of votes. ;
it may be considered free from organic, daintiest and the fashion of them "Hat's straight, fuv'iier. ards. I".
,'
< '. :. -. except when giving Mrs. Helford has always lived In Den
; conta mination.-\ Magazine. shows a thorough good taste. Two letters "And now, will you pay me ?3,000 II. G. TVadlln, who has been chosen J j
I themselves. ver. She went to the state when she
i. : parties
are generally used, the three letters if I have has
you ne'luittl'fn""lIon't head of the Boston Public library, |
\ : "' : ...-i inveterate diners out was five years old with her parents
Thr Hawaiian n* a Ulter. being rather rnixy and Indistinct! jolly me guv'ner. You know two fine libraries of his own at lila 1
J. i- I Ilrs.. Depew, Senator from Council Hluffs Ill With the man I '
The working crews of the Hawaiian when h-lthemllnto a small space The it can't be did. I'\e got de swag all Lome and in his office In the bureau of *
,! V: :. ,i..' <;ieneral and Mrs. Cor- who is now her husband and the son of
Islands wire quartered III suitable delicate little silver Initial inclosed Ina right; but, say: swag don't go wid dat I IjUIIge statistics at the Massachusetts state- ','
Hon. J. I!. P.elford she
.It j <' Misses Kean Sec- was graduatedwith
camps roar their field of lalxir.. They severely simple double! circle of sliver tier wid de jury dat's to try me.I Louse. '
\' 'Il"iII"t' Koosevelt.t honors from the Denver higli![
were natives, good fellows, willing makes a decidedly neat and elegant knows." CLelro, the celebrated palmist has j
.
.toung! cousins, all of school. Three years afterward they
S workers admirably adapted to the showIng! on creamy or faintly tinted paJHT. "I don't bribe judges and juries" Just purchased American Register,
., married.
li
constant demand duty required: of them, which was The monogram is placed either at said Narvall coldly. "Will you pay me I published In Paris. The Register was
,.
Hon. J. 15. I'.elford the
:
1
: : iled to refuse was among
i manys largely in lx>ats and In the water. I Vie middle! of the top of the paper or in that feeV""Yes I made famous by the late Ilr. Evans t. .
lat of the territorial judges of Colorado. -
1 thiiii the days
seven
'
well remember one who excelled Indvlntr. the left hand corner. but sar"I I when It was tire only English! paper In f ;
> ..J! i I"-: bit them to accept Tor ten years he represented the '
; 011:1 certain occasion when "Then that the lYeneh capital. <
. 1 "t III' president; is state in congress. When Mrs. Ilelford'sliusbamid
cerI the lacing of a deep water mooring Fire I'r ..aatlon. now, listen. I will not see you again I Robert Poole, who has just di I i' .irked: woman was nominated for the legislature
young had just been accomplished it becamentccssary Old fashioned women always provided until your case comes up for trial. It "
his suburban home Baltimore
; near ,
the beautiful society leader ti
.. "iiimuous: ; breakfasts, to detach under water the young themselves with fire gowns for use is set for next: Wednesday, sis days
had of the work of
building (1
charge {
j dances and naturally bent all her efforts to secure
r. piions tail (,f a hawstr, which 1t.lI''l'n made very in the possible event of lieing forced to from today. No matter what I do at the dome of the national at
-. !Y if do/en! diem. the election! of his ticket Her victory capltol
a per fast to the submerged' : part of a p:1rIl1l1j' face a fire in a scanty night; toilet. The that trial you are not to show surprise. well the iron <
Washington
as heavy
as "
1..1,1', in this instance caused suffrage
i about forty vr fifty feet below modern women meet the same possibility ." Narrall turned and called to and columns of the
j castings treasury
women throughout the country to regard -
II! I titorily I.ridfmliii the surface of the sea. The man was by storing in a convenient place In the warden. I! 1 1I ..
building.
(ti'-! friends of Mr. John tool! to take his sheath knife down her as one of their powerful allies. every room bottles filled with a mixture "Just er minute guv'iier. 1)9 you ',
Mrs. I'.elford is not jet thirty I W. 11. Mtflown of Urbana, 0., has: //1
i Mini that he has al"is with him and cut the hawser as near yeal'ioM. made from ten pounds of salt, five b'lieve I'm guilty:" I '
and Letrecent triumphs and tliepolitical on of the most! unique collections of :
pledged! : to assure Its end as Le could, so as to lose as pounds of sal ammoniac and four and "The judge and jury will decide that. '
honors she has lately had conferred autographs in the country. It contains! 'i
tIe, minority leader- little: as possible of thc tamable cable.Taking a half gallons of water. Should! a fire My duty is not to determine whether -t'
her have caused her to be the names of over 12OiiO actors and
.i l. .'r..utatlrcl1:11'kll'fur.1 his knife In his teeth he disappeared upon start break a bottle or two of this over or not you are guilty, but to establish :'
marked of the most celebrated actresses, besides 1,7ur 5 pictures andover ,
as one
i nuke good this claim beneath the water and remained the burning place. If used in time it jour imiiKJeuce." lie turned and walked
in the Centennial! State-l'llila. fiu.uOO programmes, i'osiers and
i : .it he would receive the women
out of sight so long; that Le will put out a small fire, and in anyevent out. i S

1 1"tes of Virginia, North was almo ;given up for lost when delphia Press. may delay the ravages of the The six days passed! by slowly to the like.

.5. 'u'li Carolina Louisiana, he suddenly reappeared and on being The Lovable Old Maid fames till the engines arrive. Burton. At times! he thought that after Good Point of a )lu)@'. .!

.dT eiua-ssee. I Lave asked if he had cut the hawser as he all \al'\'all must have been "joll '- Rightly used, kindly treated given
Discussing old maids in the Century
1 ;j' ...s to iiiijuire, and I find had l>een told to reported that he Lad Tirana and Ilroom Hangrr. Ing" him but !In the end the first impression the same good care asa horse, the mule .i
French '
Lillian Hamilton
Magazine,
:. iiers from these states Unbent It without cutting off: any partof A housewife who believes In making of him still remained. ,I has always shown himself kind good 't
wonders why it is that history and tradition
: Uian.p Clark anti many It whatever.-James D. Hague! In Lave done so little for the spinster Lousework easy and having things as At last the day for which his trial tempered willing, docile and Intelligent. .

'.., !"i: have not committed Century.An except:: to make her absurd. "Why," neat as possible suggests that housewives was set arrln' He was taken into | Moreover, while Le Las none of the 1 I

"U the subject It the provide themselves with a num. the courtroom and his! eace called. The horse's graceful, sympathetic ways of I ;
she asks,"has literature never enshrinedher
\Williams hate no firmer Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. I ask myself often-set her apart I| ber of screw eyes (medium size) and Jury was! drawn and Impaneled and i showing affection and responding to ,!

which! : to rest their hopes "Home time ago my daughter; In a corner by herself, as poets and screw the rings Into the top of the the witnesses for the state were exam- {' appreciation. the mule is capable of ,

'. 's named. they are easily caught; a severe cold. She complained philanthropists and great world saviorsare broom handles, whlskbrooms and sink Ined. Kvery Iota of the testimony was genuine devotion to a kind master j, :

.. '>" t. fl"1'l'r sura that Mr. of pains in her chest and had a set where she can rest honored brushes and then provide nails on against Hurton. When the state solic-1,i, Both the borne and the ass have af- !Ii

w 'i I the honor." bad cough. I her Chamber- fectlonate dispositions!! and the only I.J"'
; Rave and reverenced not as some special I which to Lang the brushes and brooms Itor rose to make the opening argument -!i
1 I
1t..I parinirnt of Commerce. lain's Cough Remedy according to certain and Lave them handy when desired. the net of circumstances that reason the mule does not evince such '1
and unselfish sister nor yet as! a
S by thc Louse of the biH directions and in two days she wa is because nothing calls it out. Jack; .t '
and devoted cousin but The suggestion is also made to sew surrounded Burton was without a broken i {
well and able to school. I unmarried ,
to
I'-partment of commerce go rings on kettle holders and the like In strand. Not a man on the Jury ;,,, is not demonstrative, but he does re- rl'
have used this remedy in family simply and without equivocation as an
my
.!Me passage by the senate place of tapes. doubted that he was guilty. The state epond visibly to kind treatment : ti
for the seven and have old maid Individual necessary to
pan years an
I i He makes moreover, an paced t t.il'
e mean the nomination solicitor elided with a smile of trl- easy
never known it to fail, James and its even the J
says the world progress as I
I'-uce:: Cortelyou, President Prendergat, merchant. Aunato Bay married ones? For think of all the other Hrlo-a-liroo. umph. This would be one more con- j careful kindly riding animal when well if

retary, as the first headS Jamaica West India Island The Lave Defore wetting any sort of bric-a- vktion to his credit.Therm | treated. Taken altogether Le in a :

department The senate I j I pains in the chest indicated an approaching people's children old maids homes In brac, and especially bronzes, remove Narvall rose. lie was slightly ful. Intelligent much enduring, )USI'l l.'
the
loved and reared, of all
..I at the last session, but attack of pneumonia I! all tie dust possible. The less dust paler than usual, but Ifaint smile appreciated brute, whose (' .

.j added a number of new I' which in this instance was undoubtedly which they have been benedictions, of j| water finds about the lines and crannies hovered about the corners of his! position is that of a dog: with a bad .

:ig the department much warded off by Clumber- all the marriages they have helped to j the less it can leave there. After mouth. name- his good qualities rarely mentioned ';1 ,;

lain's Cough It counter !bring about and the husbands and :; while hIs bad ones are credited
Remedy. H
intendf wash well 1 In strong white i
i I"1 than originally; j ; dusting "If it please jour honor and gentlemen
acts tendency of a cold toward wives their counsels have kept togetlij; j' at their full value.Escaped .
any
clean)
rinse ,
is that the senate will _' and then of soapsuds and ammonia, of the jury, in the face of such evidence J'j
pneumonia.: Sold by all druggistsand er. Think of these things j
'>rt time In taking up the polish) with jut a suspicion of oil and as has been introduced I have ] H
medicine dealers. needed these old
Low when no longer j I an Awful Fate. ;
.. probably' > agreeing: to It and been forgotten rotten stone, and rub off afterward ev- but one argument to make. They tell ';I ,
maids Lave slipped
: its are almost sure to op- Hot Chocolate with like the ashes away of last year'sfireL" j i cry trace of the oil.Mysterious you that deceased died from the effects -.('i Mr. II. Haggins of Melbourn Fla., .
f fi
t e senate, as In the house, of half the contents of this bottle 'writes: "My doctor told me I had :
Cream at Solo '
d that It is an unfair treat- Whipped Circumstance.One administered by the defendant. j Consumption and nothing could be

.
: the new departmentWiiit Do want watch Mistress versus maid. Maid versus other fresh and rosy. Whence the it thoughtfully. "And now gentlemen i The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. .
yea: a magnificent S
lI.oe Lntcrlalument.S mistress. This is essentially a -wom difference? She who is blushing if that be so it must necessarily King's New Discovery for Consumption '
for little money? If so, call or induced me to try it. Results i
dent and Mrs. lloosevelt are an's problem. Women have dealt withIt with health ues Dr. King's New follow that the remaining contents ;

: -' tt'ir: own l"ll'o'l1in the mul- Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac single handed and alone, and Life Pills to maintain it. By gently will have the same effect upon a human -' were road to startling.recovery I and am owo now all on to the Dr. -i 1 \ J

: tlieir commodate you. civilized they have arousing the lazy organs they compel the other half Is alleged
S entertainnnts. They throughout the ages and head off being as King's! New Discovery.! It sorely if

S. 1 >:!:utrtl Thursday as White given it both time and thought but stipation.good digestion Try them. Only 25c con., at to have had. This, I assert it will not saved my life." This !great cure i* *

: ': :" every Thursday evening up> You house the real question with all Its perplexities \V. A. D'Alemberte, 121 8. Palafox do." Every ear was strained to catch ,;: guaranteed for all throat and Inner I
can get .
: ""e if the season being rele- your which has so heavy a bearing on street, Druggist.A his speech; every eye was fixed on disease by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 "

:: .' : '." executive mansion either furnished complete with the happiness of the home life Is no Narvall's cold Inscrutable face. No one Houtn Palafox street. Price 60c and i

,
:. '.nor or reception. Resides elegan, furniture at Mar- nearer solution. The management of Guaranteed Cure for Piles. saw the small capsule that slipped from fl.OO. Trial bottle free.- ,S ,

vtigs.: Mrs. Roosevelt Is ad- has been and will continue between NarraU's fingers Into the vial. : .
: ston $ Quina's the household Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding If want office : ,
: tUo habit of weekly Monday on easy payments to be to the end of time, a wornan's 1'11.'our draggltt will refund your "Yes. In spite of the fact that learned you your :

S I'r..1JI musicales.) weekly or monthly. business. In the rush of the money It PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure chemists have testified to the contrary, I.I furnished go to Marston 9'f J ,

'....? by n lllln.l 3Ian. world's progress the domestic relations you OcentiHotRolls I say that this Is not poison. And now \ Quina's. Theyhave an elegant .' ;

''sys ago:; when private pen- Hot French Waffles with of mistress and maid seem to have for the proof lIe rjsed the vial to line roll desks S ;
of
S "ere under consideration InS Florida Cane Syrup at '' fallen behind and consequently are not at 5 p- m lOc his lips, and before the astonished attorner \I top '.

General Shattuc:; pf Ohio was Solomon's. I''I accordance .with the.modern spirit doz., at Solomon's. j I .wfeo.iiirang .forward, tQWdL. and office chairs- 1/ ,rk1'I


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DAILY NEWS PEN 8 AC OLA, FLORIDA. WEDN lOAY. FEBRUARY 18 1903.i .

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MEG AND KATHIE. "TH DOCTOR.

RHEUMATISM
Their Queer Little Quarrel gad Bow Raw eggs and milk are a remedy for

It WM Happily Ended. poison of any kind taken into the stom-

Such a time! And to think It all

"came out of a clear sky!" ai Aunt ach.Before applying; a poultice cover the
.CANNOT BE RUBBED OUT
Esther would say. A minute 'before skin Ettly"ltll; glycerin to preventany JIjjj

aF Meg and Kathie had been cozily chattering partic.es: from adhering.

But a good liniment or plaster will often give with their arms round each For chafing try fullers earth pulverted. -

temporary relief because it produces counter other. Then came the thunder shower Moisten: the surface first when

f irritation or reduces the inflammation and sore that bade fair to settle down into applying it. Oxide of zinc ointment is for infants and Children.

i ness. But no sort of external treatment can have steady raining. also excellentOne .

any effect whatever upon the disease itself, forAfceumalfMii Aunt Esther happened to be In the teaspoonful of glycerin to a tablespoonful Castoria is a harmless: substitute 'for Castor Oil, Parr-

!. not m skin <....*.,but otter room, and this is what she heard. of boiling water taken ten gone, Iroj and Soothin* Syrup. It is Fleasmt. it
is due to an over acid condition of the blood, and minutes before meals is said to be a contains neither Oiiiiu, Morphine nor other Narcotic

the deposit of irritating matter or Uric Acid Meg-; beganIt's : certain cure for indigestion.If sulMam-o. It destroys Worms and allays lV\eri.liiifx<'

t; salts or sediment in the muscles and joints, and in Webster Under-the-bridge. a finger has been pounded orITUshl"tl. It cures Diarrlura aul Rind Colic. It yelieve.t'Feetll.

j no amount of rubbing blistering can dislodge "Webster On-the-bridge you mean, plunge it into water as hot as lug Troubles awl cures Coutipution. It regulates tho
Kathie Interposed briskly."Underthebridge. Stomach and Um'I.'in:: healthy and natural
these gritty particles or change the acid blood. ." can be borne. This will relieve the The Children's I'anacea-The Mother's Friend. s>leei>,

Rheumatism often becomes chronic,and the muscles pain more quickly than anything else.

and joints permanently stiff and useless and "Ou-the-bridge."Kath'rine Trundy, I guess I know! Hot milk sipped slowly Is efficacious The Kind You Have Always Bough
? r the nervous system almost wrecked, because so for relieving the throat Irritation that
Iptl much time is lost in trying to cure blood disease My: father's .a minister": j frequently follows a severe cold or is Bears the Signature of
"Meg'ret Merriweather, fatner's
with outside applications or doctoring the skin. my an accompaniment of a bronchial .
a bridge: maker an' I guess I know, so
Rheumatism must be treated cough.A .
there:
through the blood, and no remedy Louisville, ][J'.,March 87,'02. felon may be cured In Its I'trlyst'1g
This was too much for Meg for a
; +brings such prompt and lasting relief Gentleman am glad to lay that ;; by wrapping it In a mixture
s. S.S. ba cured as BhvnmatUm.. minute but she recovered presently."I
I+ .AS S. S. S. It attacks the disease in made of half a teaspoonful of water
don't It's Webster Under-
About two yean agoI suffered from care.
the blood, neutralizes the acids, and Rheumatism in inj knees and feat, the-bridge. My bn .'ier'8: In college, stirred Into one ounce of Venice tur I

removes all irritating or poisonous my ankles welllnr *o that I could an' I guess he know t pentine. In Use For Over 30 Years.

substances from the system. not put on my ihoet. This continued 1'ooh! If I had a brother I guesshe'd The juice squeezed from a ripe pineapple r" rr..ua coal.a,. T" "ul..rarr. a.v gin
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches for several months, during which 'QU
know enough to know it'sVeb- I is the finest thing in the world
the thin acid blood, and, as it ircutime I was applying liniment and stet On-the-bridge:" II Ii I for cutting the funguslike membrane --.......

lates through the body, the corroding, going t>y my physician's directions, ,I 'Ti"n't'!" wl'ich! coats the throat In diphtheriaand

t are gnawing dislodged poisons and and washed acid out deposits of tb' of but e.derived S. s. and no tried benefit.it. I 1immediII11SCle3 was told- I I I ''Tli too"Kath'rlne!-' if used in time never fails to cure. i j w. B. WRIGHT C GOIIIpA y

relief and continued the I don't 'I
ately trot Trundy, s'pose mymotLer'd I ,
I and and the suffe ,
joints
/ medicine until I was entirely well. i,I want me to play with such a The Other One. I l 7"
: JU happily relieved from the disco t 2108 Floyd St. D. J. DUANE. :1 nignoramus i Here's coral ring." \ \ \\.ifJ. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
your Two brothers In Paris were remarkably .
., forts and misery of Rheumatism.External "Here's --;:.....=. ._ >-t
remedies are all right so far as they go, but they don't go far jours. alike. A gentloman meeting one ..:::',:: LUMBER
enough, and you can't depend upon them to do the work of a blood purifier, ',,: The exchange; was made stiflly. Both of them on the boulevard stops him, LATHS,
" little girls held their headsery high Miying, "Pardon me but is it to or I :t.
1 and those who pin their faith to liniments and plasters as cures are bound you
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f, to meet with disappointment, and will I, and tie red I locked di nit 111'th'ir,',1\\ hostile.round The cheeksflickered. litI to jour brother that 1 have the honor : tfr SAWED CYPRESS SBIllGUMlHMLi' : :
:\ spots cf speaking 'f,
i' be nursing a case of Rheumatism the ,
Their bright eyes suappi-d. Sir," was the reply, I -.. ,
... greater part of their lives. "you are speaking -=- PRr Acor.A. FI.A
r: is !!, "Wait:"' Aunt Esther called\ just as ; to my brother.-Westminster Gazette. -
S. S. S. a purely vegetable remedy, -
they were parting "forever. .
does not contain any Potash or mineral
I j I Mie took them each by the hand and
of kind, and can be taken with I COAL AD
any WWm
led them into the library up to the dictionary CONSTIPATION.
safety by old and young.Rheumatic I
stand. Then the pointed to the
sufferers who write us about their case will receive valuable I i Every civilized person uses soap
WE
big; title word."Unabridgcd. EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH LA HOER
t aid and helpful advice from our physicians, for which no charge is made. she and water to wash oil the accumulation TRADE'TillS
distinctly
r: We will mail free our special book on Rheumatism, which is the result of I| and slowly. spelled of dirt and filth from their body, WINTER THAN EVE PEFCRE

years of practical experience in treating this disease. It contains in a'': '' but how many sullfrtrsof con tipa-
()h, my! breathed Meg ruefully."We tion think
about the accumulation
r condensed form much information about Rheumatism. i i SEND US YOUR
didn't both of us knot "' of filth within their body, which is ORDERS NCirti
t"J THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA. I "Xo we didn't," Kathie admitted. ii hundred times more detrimentalto

, .. And when they went out again their good health than the dirt on the Thompson, Olsen & G .

] FOREIGN FACTS. arms were clapped, and the little coral outside. The waste matter of food ,
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.Julia passes into the bowel, which are {
had Manresa Street
rings gone visiting again.-Annie Telef h one 14 7.
tt the natural ewers of the human
Twenty thousand illustrated post- Hamilton Dounell! in Youth's Companion. .
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Marlowe will probably play in system. If here this waste is allowed
'" jnrds pass through; the Brussels post- London this spring.It to accumulate the warmth of ESTABLISHED 186?.

l three daily. the body soon sets fermentation -
is rumored that Lillian Russell Is up
: Four manuscript in the hand- The Dancing DalN. and .
songs decomposition, gasses are formed
} rriting of Robert Bums were sold for to appear in drama. Get a bottle with a wide opening and which are carried into the blood McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

1137 recently in London. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Whytal have revived close it with a cork In which a funnel and circulated through the whole OJ

".. In Dublin a limited liability company "For Fair Virginia." is inserted. Close all crevices. Fill the system, and diseise is the inevitable -DIAXJERI IS- 0

has been formed Amelia Bingham will star Henry bottle half way with water In which result.
jM to the
T Jt'i, Cache l.mjuigi. movement.carry on Dixey in "The Last of the Dandies." you drop the two powders belonging to The best remedy for constipationis Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
HKPATIUURA because it
-t moves
' Miss Terry's production of Ibsen's a seidhtz powder. The carbonic acid
An unfortunate bricKmnkcr at IIo- the bowfls easily and naturally 60S AND eon A. PALAfr'OX STKKKT.
11 lan, ('Mina, has been fined 20.1: ") great drama "The Vikings," will be an gas generated tries to escape through without irritation, griping or sick

'L' )rids for a ulial I.'t1. The alternative\ ambitions one. the funnel. Hut by placing two or ening. It gives strength and toneto A.GENOY

:,1 was to IH> beaten and handed over to a Jane Hading will be seen in London three small balls made of cork In the the liver and eventually cnrts. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINQ'3 IOMlO.'t: :
uandarin.IJuv next June in Ior.' Than Queen" and funnel the gas can escape only a little Hold by all druggists GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL BON'B PUMFt.

'j ia's crop of winter cereals is estimated Alfred." CapuV latest play, "The Chatelaine. t W. PEAKE Sims Cordigi Ptbii.! Dill!! h deal littrctEtais: fhrlr liters, Ihln!

'7t, at !SKII.IHNI.IKMI: bushels of ryeInd I OOMPAhHVS. LOGE ETC
ZII.IIIHI.fNnl" bushrls! of wheat, the Lucille Spinney, who was once an Electrical
. contractor and builder, C. Mckenzie Oartin Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASRO
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amateur actress well known in T.OS-
*,>rtion tlf to wheat elation.
pro| rye beiiifj as will do your elfctiieal work in
L. lour to one.There ton's Tour Hundred, is now in professional elass style and at rnasnirible 'tlrst-I -

is much dis : ty because the adiuNMoi art fj.il- It has been announced that Louis' street Phone 203.: I THE GARDEN SECTIONFensaoolgi

. lerieshii'h in other! ominrii,< would Mann will present Shakespeaie's "The i I.

i" be free, )h.i> l U-en iiu'ret"el.Ilid stu- .Merchant of Venice," he playing the I Try Gnnth er's Candies at o-OP-o ,r

tents' jiermiti! are more dillirult to get role of Shj'lock. I Solomcn's. .

.c!4: than e\er. i Joseph Colie, who has made suth a -- Florida..

: A woman's dub Switzerland decided hit as :-Archie in "The Toreador @ !
!.it some'rqi fl p1 CARPENTRY AND
I In
: will probably be featured in Near East Hill
lime ago intnuhutil the custom in !several I Electric Railway Terminus
,:iG cities of giving an eleg-int diploma new musical entertainment nest sea- I ELECTRICAL WORK

. : to servants who have remained in one ,1'011.
"it Beautiful Lots for Sale.
.. place a given time. Last year more
Ring; up Pearl & Dolivp, phone fiB0. I

.-i s', 1 ta.than ltnH of these diplomas were giv-: DINKELSPIELERS. 1; if vou work have! you any want carpenter well done.or electrical 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according

Many a man fiuiK tier current turnf-d I II I
to location and
-- surroundings.
//i The doctors are l :,,-iug a hard time
off \on lu tries to use \'ilIl'o\\'t'r..
J.Mj In Austria. They ,'al'llIJ! little that i,I ,Ii Cleaning; ladies skirts and waistsis -- -

' l they hate t.. liMjk for other jobs to sej i j j i Money aiuM fforydini in dU \"orltl,1 j APPARATUS FOR THE nrERI 2tT. '; 1 one of o".r specialties. H:tar Laun Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

3. their lncad. |: liiiil hi take a uijii roil luouoy to boj I j dry. Fertile Lands.
rune daily Due reirntly ', at a time, as one or the other of thl'i High, Dry
lecnred a license to sell cigars: another !| lit t so. I I II It II little balls will keep the opening of the !

became iiisiiran<' lucnt: and a third I I A literary siu-civr is a man dot tri'1l1to funnel closed until the pressure of the j If you want a nice present :o giveto The grandest opportunity for investment ever

' was seen fiddling at night in a cafe.El.t do vat lie sneers ail mid bit histuugnie. II I! gas becomes strong enough to force the friend, go and look through the cffered in Pensacola.

: | ball up. In such a way a part of the elegant line of suitable articles at

lie gout, und you till be bal-by, bud I| gas escapes, the pressure is relieved I. I. Stephens, you surely can find
SHORT STORIES.The j'..Toni gel jour name iu der jiaperslery and another ball closes up the funnel lompthinjr to please you. If you Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

often. I' opening. This will keep on until all the want anything in the Diamond line
biggest: whcatflcld in the worldti
; be sure to see him before you buy.
l in the Arj.1'iuint': i It hi-loius: tn iu I "B..tto-r late den nefcr" looks veil\ iutI'r gas is exhausted. This experiment cn 'I .An'T.CIUbbsCorner

Italian named c;UI7."III' and covers proverb.. bud id ain'd invuh Root be made more effective by painting thu .
bails in different colors. Or Jfudqin 5, file Bestor $.c.C.Et. .
jy Just over 1UO tenure miles.There on pay day.1'un you callI _'. Garden and Brit Streets.
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t make butterfly wings of tissue PaieriWIIUhi
is a great demand for rooms rt'I"'ol1' donn'd like tier mm:
jou can color and fasten to the STonXA. .
t! In apartment houses in the larger lilies.IVople lot talks sibouid !.inN'lf I is because
, t tied U'I I balls, as shown In the illustration. Bear.the ire hmd Y"i Hate Iaars! EJtl4: V.C. IJBENT: WM II K ;oWl.t!, w, i(. HYKK. JK., J. 1'1, KKKHErrenld
this an agreeable: way to dink lie should' talking :il>ouid I :
!Dt. Yloe-Pres/ddnt. C.sbler. An't Cs.hterTTation&
live where there are no small house t !eorte; V. llobart in Now York AuierSi ,

According to l 'r. Pillard of Park it'ilU. \n Kn.y Task.Lnver I I
(mournfully)-Have learned 'I
----- you -
many careless persons catch contagious 'First
to love another? | ] BantPEKSACOLA.
dlSt'ts.hy taking off their dusty h'If.'iIn.1 >fi I'lllow Top
"orHARPER
nrtnhohad; jut broken off her engagement i
then sitiim d meal without
"wu to a
A pretty efTert for a sofa pillow top with himi Oh
no) deorge;
washing their hands.
't is an nminp-nient of riblton woven in !
I 1 didn't: have to learn. The man is
The great growth of the demand for I and out as the paper mats for kinder- '' v ry. very wealthy, and the love canto' 01" FLA.
automobiles is illustrated by the fart'that pirteu work are done. A sofa pillow of spontaneously. i
;qI! "I.\M"1 worth of I'reiuh mafhines '' this type i is especially appropriate for I JDII'tECTCI: s: .

have just been contracted for a don where strong dooorati\i effects WM H KSOWLKd. W. '
l I, gfSKQ A. BLOUNT F, C. BREK'I- K HYID. -
ie'tVut'eWitchhazel
by a tinu in New fork uty. Sale.The .
can lie used. Orange; and black are a i Y O. BRENT
There has been a steady decrease of pood combination for such a (cushion! I j only positive! cure for blind,
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w i4tL
the rural population of Ohio, Indiana.Illinois mid so. too. arc green and pink and ': bleeding and itching; and protrud I i iing' i L1 tZ7'We

Iau.a"1'lora: ; l.a and each of I royal blue and whit. ;| ; piles\ cut?: burn, bruits, eczema r r l d aaie tl n B. L'a!

the 1I'rl Atlantic it' states except Khode -- awl al! abrasions ct the kin.DeWitt' .
Island. Connecticut and lYniisyUauia. I h the
; only Witch II.izfl
Thealue of building; ereitod in the The Ku.y fill.Devil' !I salve thtt; is made from the pure,

"ij Xlulalltl stales last year wadflwkNntNNI Little EarHi: :FI";; dalnot !I an'tduitcrated witch h;,zl-all others 1 ( draw oar own hills of Excti&nxe: : on Oreal Britain. I:.

(> The projects are that grip"; nor weaken 'th.. *y,,!ein. areronnutftit*. mWitt's Witch Germany Franco Ant'i! Italy Holland, Spain, Beljflnm Kna tway,1weden.

I this j'ear's building operations :: They, cure Mllounejundioe.j Hazel halve i, made to cure-couuterfeits Tlmm&rll1ld other Ecropaan countries.t .
out the l'uilt.tIIall'" will ci-n-t'pitioii! and iii-ctiv? liverhy I are made to tell. HirgisI Ma tt .: ---- ----
n'that of last throuI1-1 aroiisiiiir the !.ereti"timoving the I j Pharmacy: John Sheppard, i Sidney VfJ.ed Ditbursed' upon the gloss FaTcr.blo Term, and iv! .
I jear.The iwels "ently, yet f-ll'CIUIlr.! and Kahn.ENEItAL. i Obligations Taken Payable s* Port oejtiration Ten or FL'Uen DIr1;
town of liuannl Mexico, has .
L'ivitarueh t"ii and -trei.eth to the i'Blinds i altar Vessel Arrives tntriS
been made innmuulately pure and : ,.f the !stomach liver .nd I
clean by the prospect of visitation of I howels that the c:111".. of the trouble : FIIKNCII: SCMKDI: :IK; Physicians prescribe it i 'Safety Deposit Boxes! for Rent in Connection

tit I the bubonic plague. K\ery particle of j i is removed entirely. These fu* t; I with which we; barn n Prim vr.rtxnent for thoUii
\,:'' filth has been removed and the streets i' little pills exert a decided 101l11't"f.1 Following i ia; the schedule of the for their most delicate of 'Rf'l1t ,.a.

.1 lure even been sprinkled I with talcum feet upon the orpins:: iiivolved and overnment steamer General Frt neb patients.
if their use i is continued for a few :
JI<)\\ der. i
which THE NEWS for
-- "- .- divs there will be no return of the ; prints tht OLD and PURE. DR. KINC'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
tr ;uble. Hareis I'harniicy. Jchn ieueflt of the merchants who ship ; ,
. Behind hr Iiitnn. heppard, Sidney Kahn. i heir goods to tie various army For hale byDannheisser TRY NEW DISCOVERY: ---- ---

i!! A practical and at the same \.' deecratie iI iI I )O"ts : > W. C. ROWE, M. D.

-il1 arrangement for the ii i Lesve.t'ensseola.____.. _. T:(\() a. m. Bros FOR :
protecting THAT COLD.
I LeaveIKarraneas..._. _._ s-ui, a. Office: 17* 1'.laf.I.!
wall at the bark of a divan is a long NOTICE. (."avl" Plck..OI ...._ .._ ....._ xoo mi m. I TAKE NO
II I Leaves i larrancaiIL_ ._._ __ H.'lSa. SUBSTITUTE. Hoar from H to 1 s::.n a. m. and I to t p. m
strip of oriental material about
eubt:: I have been authorized to tab j [.'..,... Hvnraeola.._.. .. _.]0l5a. m.m. Cures Consumption.Coughs '
, .1 Indies wide fastened to the wall just subscriptions for Wm. Jennings Arrives Bnrraociti lllu a, m. and then'nakee '' SHERIFF'S SALE.By and after 7o'clockhon.o
.. 1 abote the top of the dnan. In addition Bryan's paper "The Commoner.The i i a trip to Fort McKee and then r&-1 Colds Bronchitis Asthma !
OO.
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I, .urns to llsrraneas. I vtrtOK of an rxpcutlon i*-ued out or' ?
to sen'ing; as a piottvtion for the wall price is $1.00 per year in ad- Leaves Karrancas ......... _?... _. I'b: p. m. ': the I circuit court of Ksrnmbi county I i PneumoniaHayFevcrPleu- :
J j the strip' serves as a \photosraph frame nnrA. Those de! irfny the pa"PI i Leaves Hickfns .... ... .. .. .... i.:.", p. m. 'i F'lorlda.uhereln M. F.tonzal.zI.plain i"I '
_rtve. t'entacola ... .. .._. .... ._. 4:111 mid I K M Av rytadefrndar.t I hate It-Tied Hoarseness I
for pictures of people, 1 landscapes, and I cap liHveit tent to (hf m by 'etiiir; >avt s J'lck..ts .. .. .. ........ ...... 5:15p.m.p" m. i' 'upon the propfrtt the mul K M. Acrjrfiirf ; risy, LaGrippe, JOHN S. BEARD,
Interesting. tl tOto the nn'lprs'jriu'1: 'Ilor. \mvH harrancn 5:80 will..ll nt public outcry tar rn'-h In Sore
'\\'; of buildings can U p m. and wak"s i : I Throat Croup and !
.' ROCHE i rp to ,!cIt.e and rt tarn.on In n' of Ibcc"uoty court hou.t' in th. city ATTORNEYATLAV.Office .
flipped at the t.>p of the! str.p i ..f I-'-IHC IH, Jo.urld"on Hit- lint M
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1edt1P-day" the't'Ittwilleave \Vhoop
Care D-ii'v: andKiturday.t :: Cough.fiOPAY.
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tan ind day f MariD. ;:' :. n the n-oat I q l lrjoCfi *- 30'J Thie'cn Building.
BrrIncasvlaI'kk- I tx'Ur of '''.P the fulluwioe; d tcrlL-td prop I : E.
!
, ; '1- for Pfiui.colaat ):;Mtp. m. !1 t-riv, to w.r i Office Hours-feSO: a. n,. to lp.t'
I The General French is for IipIoe1 I Three-ta'ttretuttheae't TiT 'Ifor "r- i Price 50c anJ t 1. TRIAL CfTTlES FREE :
army pent bt ;*Old: City ot P 'nsfcc-ilo' said pr. -=--: ---= =- = = :'7.=_ :: I 2:30: p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
Laxative B con Quinine only and any outrider mu;t ,I'inzon. "bn n street oeiwea Btt)1euantprlagstreets1 I will watches I
repair your IUa
! -. f'l onevery .re a pa" from the quartermaster I : Practice all state and fcral crartrr. .
jewelry in fir-.t-clas3 II i to will (* t
tyle. J. All bueiorsntru.t.d mot *
in 2 (Q.I /c. '>. t..k"raH8teOlher. bEO E. SMITH
, <:wcaColdinOneDay.Grip> Das box. 25c : sheriff. Stephens. promo and diligent a'.ttntiin.
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1808.

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Physicians Recognize THE RESULTS '
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the remarkable tonic and construct i ; i.. '.

'' > ive qualities ofN"'EUSER8USCHs OF A JOKE lIT Three Things fi I'/i : i



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Tom Shifto was always trying to be t .

facetious. in this age ? .;, '::1.

Tom's facetiousness cost him so
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many friends that he was finally reduced -

raAaS MARK. to but one man, who stuck to ILJJ Ye Old Tallow Candle ILJIt

him. This was Albertns WhiterightWhiteright

It is endorsed and prescribed by the was 1\11 exemplary young -I

man with an exemplary young wife. : :

best doctors. The ideal food-drink, I The Whlterights were members of St.Andrew's '..'. ..

church, and Hurt was always e ;'t
NOT
invigorating ins
sustaining 0
on hand Sunday nights to show : : / y SpinningWheelYe

r toxicating. It contains 14.60$ genuine Strangers to scats and pass the plate. ;, ,


tu5 Vl.s r.a.rwta aa uowl a { nutritive extract and less than 1% oi I had Mrs.made Whitcristt it an indispensable before her condition marriage: /"s" r't ',

> alcohol. that the man she married should be a ( j :. ,

good churchman, and ai! she considered -

Z p' Sold by druggists. Prepared by her church the only true church' Soda Cracker Bag '

Hurt was obliged to be confirmed before

Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'nSt. he became her husband. I

Shafto was quite intimate with the
Loin,, U. S. A. in This age .
Whit(-ri?bts. counting Mrs. Whiterightone

Order promptly filled by of his closest friends, us1"t>11 asher II II liii :

ALFRED MOOG Wholesale Dealer. Pensacola. huxlund. Frequently when Kurt

vas; detained late at the office Tom
- -

i "r (InMtUo of Science. would: keep his wife company. One Uneeda Biscuit t k : }rJ

PUZZLED, night Tom enllcd! nt the Winkrights'about
., ,1"! Mov of Turin Ita- ,
<
: .M
i 10 o'clock, and, though he remained s t'
In the In-er-seal
ito package j7
.11 for his l'xp'ri- /
many
"K
"You mutt Unit) yourself to breakfast till 11. the Lusbaud dJ not re
., ..: liuuiau i>hj' i.I.y. food" turn. tl
ih.it bis dl'lItl1i Po fcai.l Dr. Wise I IJL
"I uiv NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ,
"You needn't look for P.urt till 3 J
"You must turn from doughnuts and cutout I
Ulusi -
i v"1' was recently I meat. o'clotk in t''!!e niorninc." aid Tom. ...
1'1'! LN fellow: liii/.cii.s, '
i Take nothing but oats or pounded wheat "Wl.y !.i>i ?" ji::kt-d the wife looking! .
<
.j iiro: !:!es." \ 1:11 S'l"1--t: . I hl le said for month at least -
i it M'curtly in I'rofevur ilosi : as a
"1v1.this_ is the night of the Trench .. .. ... .. .. -
And, puffcrhij: Job how his bills Increased .u.- .l'
> i ni1 tou.ltHiiK'tit; la a I : -
Ll'r-I ball. P.urt is undoubtedly the rl' that to Ole Minute You want Z;
-i :ilril i lumber! vliere: Skillful laundresses: know Conch Cure gives a a good rliuo timer to : '.
Now, every one who liver in New article when too relief in one minute, btciue: it kill
iron starthed dryresults
"h' ujuUtles of ; "You mustn't eat breakfast a stay in Pensacola, still holdback t J
more.
i >v UK reiiMUK : any you .
York knows that the French ball
or the microbe which tickles the
: hi breaking the threads of ]linen, mucous :
So said I'r. Smart.
,
liuiiiNtere to
u.de \\is "At noon take a little tea and toast annual gathering Kheu by the iVrcleaiiCaise which in a hliort time makes the frayed membrane, cawing the cough: your order hend it in. I have : !_ _
I V !.I. 11 tini l'I'OP"l"tioll| of carbonic and at the time c1t'arthe I
L of : same
At dinmr a little brown bread at most ? a masquerade compo.sed
I i.. ,1:1": IVMto one part in -!>!'., And shun the deadly tart:" elements and productive of antics rendering edge or tint! hole They also know that phlegm, draws out the ir.l! immation had 20! years' experience and hare .

-._ i- 'ri1)uJt. fell into u cataleptic I followed his orders faithfullyTill it unfit for hot water dampens the clothes moreevenly HId heals and soothes the affected worked in several piano factories. .lk
an place one .
.. ... the firm lopped oft my salary.I occupying than cold and makes the gar narts. One Minute Cure
.. ;i-Hi! !. which be was rescued with a high place in the church. Mrs. Cough Orders left at Johnson's book store "t"'
I for the iron
inent* more quickly ready the
strengthens lungwards oil
i:.. it j of ueu.. The object of the went to Dr. Sharpe, who said: WLlteright looked shocked and was will be attended to.CHAS..
A sprii.kler, which:; much better than pneumonia and is a harmless and I. '
, ini-iit was to determine how "A change is what need. II
i you
\i" about to make Indignant W. PRESSLEY.
an replywhen the hand, be brought at the house never failing: cure in all curable 1
somewhereAnd can ; .
fatal Take an ocean trip or go
II"I"uic oxide in the air is :
: I i. she remembered Tom's
breathe the bracing mountain air; proclivity furnishing shops. It consists of a rubber cases of Cough, Colds and Croup. ,
1,1.ulIIlnlift'I for facetlousuess. She! simply One Minute Cure is
It's not a case of feed. bulb with a rose sprinkler attached Cough pleasantto
I asked him meekly about his price looked grave and said nothing. Shaf- florist for take, harmless and good alike for
just like those the uses watering -
Tin: BEST! IAXATIVBIs And paid what he asked for his kind ad- to, seeing that the lady declined to be the in his wiudgw. young: and Old. Hargn Pharmacy, wwwNICK'S f fES
vice.I plants r
John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.udgin's .
not too Rood for you if your Jollied on so serious a subject turned

bowels are slued i ish. THE BEST LAxTlvl couldn't go sailing on the sea It and began to talk of other matters. To Remade Oil From Carpet.To .

\ : h a medicine that moves the Nor search for mountain air Soon after he took his leave. '.
rrmloil from a carpet saturate 3[ flit {Best oc.
with-1 1 I| So desperately I ate and ate; pr
boweN easily and naturally, At 3 In the morning Whiteright put soiled and
the with turpentine
meet fate parts
Determined to gamely my ,
mt Irritation, griping: or sickening lock let himself
Into the and
: his night key -
, I burked the bill of fare. nib bard. This will probably have to
IToct. A medicine that strengthens I I And strange to relate, I didn't die, In softly, thinking that his wife be repeated several times before the
: :le muscles of the bowels and tones STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ
I. But am well again! I vonder'hy? was asleep and not wishing to disturb all taken out. If this does ,
spots are
help up to a point where they will -Chicago Record-Herald.
rfonn the work? nature iutended, her. To his surprise, she was sittingin not remove them It I Is possible that I. N. ROGERS, Manager. :

without any a-Utance. the library. they will wear away in time of thernsehes. -

:Such a medicine is HEPATICU- Inneoemiary.Mn "Why, my precious darling, what are Often this is the only way. And will make regular trips betweei RETAWT
UA. It embrace all the above good you doing; up at this time?" sonic very bad spots have Lien knownto Pen;:acola, Point Washington and .

! i illtie besides not having a badi "It Is a wife's duty to bear her hus wear away iu time of themselves: (Kreeport. Leave Ilaylpu street .
i-te, neither bitter nor sickening I band's burdens with him. If you must wharf '1 hursddv at 6 a. tn. and ar .
when nothing else could efface them. --- "
v .'t.-Hold by all drugNt rive at Freeport' at 6 'im<" day I
I work: so late, I decline to rest in aluxurious p. in. s I .
bed." Leave Freeport Tuealay at 6 a. m '
_. } :
'- To Rrimii SO Rr.
;
lid arrive at Pensacola: fi p. m. saimitiy. DAILY MENUS r
"It's lovely of you, but unnecessary. -
." very To brown sugar for coloring:; put six Fare, round trip, f5; ; one way
ounces of pounded sugar into a stew- $3. 12nlmCASTOrtXA. "j' .1

tU) I Gg DIUKCTORY .t "What was the nature of your work pan with about a :glass uf water. Stir Comprise all the Up-to- '.

tonight! r Date Dishes the Markets .
I with a wooden spoon, and as soon as '
.. "An error In the cash.' I was obligedto the liquid commences to boil fast draw i an tea: Ihs Kind VQJ Hale Always: H/!'!,(>r of the World ..

ESIGKTS OF PYTHIAS. find It or carry it over, which would continue Afford. .
the pan from the are and stirring i 3g5VM ; a
!have made it all the worse." /'j-Yll Z L '
until brown. U'
t'rnsacnta li''*le, No. 3, K. of P., "By the bye did :you know that this ; sufficiently -
--- f-
meeti every Monday even- is the night of the French ball?" ,
EJ at 7:80 at Castle rail r/ J Trench ball?" Whiteright started. The r nlr,. Ladies' Private )
is the Blount -- Watson There should be at all times and all SEND YOUR ORDERSto .iJr
"Yes."
( BaD4ing.thirdfloor.Fr
I v-l\. brethren seasons a free current of air In the .
uiDg cordially Pearl &: Dolive for carpenterelectrical w '
"What do know about the French
you Dining
Parlor.
,\, .''f we'oumed J.A. LYLE.H. ball?" pantry. The window may be lowereda work. Repair work II .Il
crack and a piece of flannel nailedto
HOR8LEB O.C. specialty
"1 know that It Is an Improper ball
KY"atL the top of the frame of the window. 'J'I

for my husband to attend." and along the upper edge of the lowered f:

1nnl-Now, phial's the use of "I? My dear, so you accuse me of sash. i Regular Dinner Daily. ;

11IIII'm In 1ji! No. IS bavin' a notice to toll a man who's in such a thing?" CHURCH NOTICES. .i. .:,.. \

natcet Tueiiliy evening at Tat: at the water that there's "Danger Uere?" "I have been told that you were --- ; .
... #.
i-' Hillorm r rnlnfox and Garden Chicago News. thPr,'." Blue Island Ill. Jan. H 1901. ;
..\HunICniKbncordiiillv Invited. Short Orders Promptly. i
J. ALUKHT JOHNSON, Whiteright caught; at the back of a i-3
11.1:1',1'1. C. 0.k Wrong An TIT ay. chair for support"Who Messrs. Ely Bros :-I have used THE NEWS would request that the Filled. Night or hay
\
I "f 1.Frt
K.AS. It is reported of an exceedingly! nervous told you such a thing?" your Cream Balm in my family for clergy or those having In charge the S ...

Buffalo lawyer, who is known as a "One of your intimate friends." nine years and it has become my publication of church service noticesfor If It's
Something I
Halhh,HIP lutlgf.: No" SO K.: Of P crank of the kiiul who will find fault 11-h-how (I-*].d he know?'* family doctor for colds in the head.I Sunday will send them to this youwisb.you'laualtat Good to Eat .

ITIII\1: lull a: x,>. Knights; of that he was ilininp nt the Elllcott "That doesn't Burt I f
anyway matter. am it children. It is
I 1) !"*'!I'ami'ts every Tliurndav .....n.1 I ue freely on my office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning }
'. club recently when the waiter ashamed of you, a man of your posi Nick Apostle's
: ,, ii lurk in their Lustle a Godsend to children. in order to insure! their insertion
ir "nit-Uatwn:." building, south ., dropped home dishes: with a great clat- tion. And to think that you should l'.1t'l
.-' i ruf I'ril.ifitt and Oirden 81r..tM.1 I I Yours respectfully, in the proper position in thepnpPl"
ter. have so deceived me: I shall never Popular Restaurant.
\ 1o.:1.: _',t- are cordially welcomed. J. KIM ;ALL.Me 1
:
1:. .LI.MOV, 'Here you," railed the lawyer to the have any confidence in you again.
; i i ur' C.C. ''?rs. Ely BrosI: suffered
n I I.. niitl S waiter tluniirli cohoily could see that it 'Mrs. Whitoright took out her handkerchief 1 ; .
,
with catarrh and tried different .'
of his business. "You ought to greatly
was her
any wiped eyes and rising, .)
be dK< barged fur breaking all those went upstairs. There was weeping remedies without effect. After J. N. ANDREWS
I ,
1.0. o. F. tithes." awl wailing and gnashing of teolh I...- I I uinsr one bottle of your Cream .iJ

"I5ut none of them J-4 brokon, sir;' tweeii the Whiteright not only that : Balm I found relief and I cannot jt Headquarters for _+*

...."s.irola l.i Ije No. 4 said the waiter, in great agitation. ntoht, but fur nlshts and days to come. : praise too highly such a remedy.

I .,'. \ re 1 !'inrsilny evening at 7:1; *! at Th lawyer fairly mired. "Then what The next afternoon Shafto saw MISS COKA WlLLAKU, SEWING MACHINES. Tk C Wab & C ::: f,
,1. \\Vnt Intendeneia 5Ir"lt.t I Albany, N. Y. SOn ? ;L:
noise
!Inn cordially ln\'Itrfd. do you mean by making all that Wl.iU'risM coming down the street and ,

U. JoilANSUN, N. G. for nothing.liiiffalo Kvcniug Times. had a joke ready for him. What was
o :s""N, rret.try. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT ,
his surprise to see Whiteright pass him I

.'"1''' M lit- Too 11..",.. with his head In the air. Shafto burned HEAD ACHE'Both l:( South Palafin Mreet. INSURANCE I! .\. ;:I'

AMERICAN GUILD. I.lItloIary was discussing: the great after him. Jk

hereafter: with her uiauima when the "What in the world's the matter, I
mf wife and myself have been
IVinarola Chapter No. 007. following ensued: Burt? Have you hone blind using CASCAHKTS!: and they are the belt REAL STATE }
WOMEN.CM j
I L'I"'nt' 1'.LINDENSTRrT11. "Mauima, will you go to heaven "I have always supposed" replied tho medicine we bave ever bad In tbe bouse. Last MEN AND .
week my wlfo vis frantic with headache for rnRs Big tffornnnataral No.
.->crriary, Governor. when you die?" other angrily, "that you had the decency two days, she tried some of yourCASCAKETS I.I.dby. d..cbargelnaammatlone, South Palafox Street. i

..- "Yes; I hope so, child." not to give a man away to his Immediately.and they relieved We the both pain recommendCuc&reta.In her head almost" aelr..vlctu"O.antea of irritations mucous or membrane ulrrrationi i ,i1

K, OF L. "Well, I Lope I'll go too, because own wife.' CM AS. STEMFOKD rnwu t.u lM. p.mlMs. and not a trm1tE t \'

you'll be so lonesome" "I give you away to your wife I Plttsburg Sate & Deposit Co., Pluthurg Pi.i as CINCINIAnO t SCntHimCa. gent Sold or by pmnonoui.Drwgglda, Partial List of desirable Dwellings 'I \.

1 IK'al! AsM-iiitily No. I.VJ5. "Oh, yes, and I hope your papa will never did any such thing." r.ad. or sent in plain wrapper for Rent in Various; Parts :

M' .- rt Monday In each month.W. go: too" "You did It last night" CATHARTIC CANDY br 1100.express or 3 hottln, prrpaid 12.75.fur of the City: i. \11. ;

IMUTiiiRP. "Oh, no papa can't go; he can't leave "Last night How?" Circular Sent on rrplu.t 135.00-2-tlory bouse, "
containing It rnomi, i t :!'1
\' : MeCONVELL, M. W. "
the store. -Current Literature. "You Informed my wife that I was ail modern conveniences, bath on t

Secretary.The at the French ball." nice upper yard and and lower floors corner lot, .. \J I
ibrubbery, stable, 1
outhouses
-- ---..--- .- --- Hi* Hoy. "You at the French ball? Who would TRAOIMMII WaI TDID ANTALMIDMThese itr... ate No. 714 East Laltua- ly J
"Yes," said the proud papa, "my boy believe that you would go to such a I jjo.u3ttory t7 .:I f
boarding house,
Beer always does exactly what I tell him" place? Certainly not I. Now I remember tiny Capsules iresuperion 25! room, known m lk p' containing Ponce de t

"Oh back up:" Jeered the bold bach- I did say something of the sort asa to Balsam of Copaiba cia Leon Street bouaa.No. 110 East Jntemlen- i ;

olor. "You bragging fathers make me joke." Pleaunt Palatable Potent. Taste Good Do Crbebs and Injections. /fJD1/ yp.(5-Adeairable2-story!( modern dwelling ,,> ,
|
That QooU, Never bitten Weaken or Gripe lOc. Z c.SUC. They cure In 43 hours theea.ne 7 rooms, moo desirable section of the
Mader weary: "Joke or no Joke, I was at the French city cornero.daSSorlhoBarcelonn
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... j.seas onth&.Jt anym.JI.i'al car
-"not to do, concluded the proud ball. I was masked, and no one would 81,11., Rady Ce.p..7.f.lco.o,a.trd.I..Tort !I7MTfl line.Non itreet.
papa: UlllliOn>d. "You shouldn't be so have known it If it hadn't been for i : .y p' *" IlflCClsn fsn.fo-l.argo fronting:y-nory SevilleH dwelling l<> rooms, -I'
PoM and DIP rnnrantppd bf alt drna.

m m F&MOg& U UI up.quick;"Cincinnati at drawing Commercial conclusions.Tribune.Back your morning!contemptible" give away. Good gisUlotlKK'lobaccoUabll.C. _-_h SJ.OI; -CoOlfortable Government Owelllagaroomtverydtlirablesee-etreht.new 2- lor,. modern "i

------- ---- lion of tb
\II1tl1 a snort Whiteright broke PENNYROYAL city situated on forth
It TnUen Two. PILLS Kaylen between strung and Ijtrtoto 2'
away from Shafto, and their friendshipcame Btreels.
she said archly "some original.. ..ud..tlhlv Geaula.. $'.'0.')>i 2-Btory 1
"Doctor, to a termination. "it. A.'E' e 1..41.... tn.... duelling good order with ,
.
VICTORIA 1 C'-7. t-r CHK'lll.iTKK'N'::\(. _.. H rooms, three doors from the
isn't
healthy belt
: physicians say kissing The t.lltlls not yet Mrs. Whiteright _. .. ...
4. ila lit I> 1 .old e a lie boitt line bal ga and water
'lAiiE I l! you know. What do you think of it?'' who !had a conscience! like a poker, } T 't't.. *."uklinirntilMi ivK..rou* ....1..Kir'II.U....olb. mn4.. Rrfu ImttA. No.2luNorth: Barcelona etrenl.throughout, AI
15Y ACME BREWING CO. the handsome ,... "., t-t ... 120.00-l-itory dwelling rooms, .
city
"Well, really, replied decided that her husband was not In a I c'ti jour lfntrfi_or !4e. u bath, 'aler.
gas, with
I I .4' 4r Partled.r. Mt'M iill>l large corner lot,No.'
BE.:;;(' 10-CKNT HOTILE HKKK youm* doctor "I dou't think you or I spiritual condition to go to the communion \ 1) ....S"I1.II.r.. r..... l..dlr.-.s. itll. *. b., .*. 41't We.t"rlgbt street. s
UM!| I *M U ftimi>Bi fi .4bj 15.70-1-story dwellingrooms
IN TOWN.DaNNHEISSER. should attempt to decide that offhand. table. All he> troubles were .. .Tl. nruan.. .. ( fcfrhr.trr 4 ae.leala. and newly papered -
; .t_."... ....... ..<..... "IIIL'. Pa painted throughout, on '
Let's put our heads together and consider.rhiladelphia divided into two classes, the one for S)' belt line. 1'/oJJII' East! Gregory Street
BROS Press.Et $15.00-1-story dwelling,city water and bath p
,
her doctor the other for her pa tor. 7 rooms, bait block of ground with

AUFNTS\ FOR THE CELEBRATED This was for her pastor. She confidedthe ar CHOICESTOF Cervantes beautiful shade tree., >' o. 7us East 1
street.
Tu, Ilrater whole! affair to him. The pastor flVA-1-story dwelling ,
9To
I 1. W. Harper Whiskey.H"u.etOI8. Dr. I'ellet-I hate to twit on facts, Invited the delinquent tp his study, ry etreet.5 rooms newly 415 Bail papered Grego and t '. .\

Mr. Fharmer, but how many persons and told him that the offense must 7 d I11.00-10.el4East painted. '.
Belmont
do you suppose you have killed by put- go to the vestry: When Whiteright F. fr f FRUITS AID COMFECTIONERI( ( 1 In cottage perfect, city order.water, newly street,painted 6-room

Ma: ::i : Palafox street. ting up the wrong medicine? met the vestry, be regretted the mat- |10W->o. JIIIf World Alcanii itrhet. a new f.

It Sir. 1'harmer-Cnn't say; but think of ter, especially: as he had intended sub- -AT- house la good order with 5 room. ,

R. Exchauge-Opp.: Union Depot. the lives I have saved by failing to follow scribing,$300 for tiM'cMmes, whereupon llO.Ou >water o. dot a neat East 5 Belmont room street, city t,',. '
3.
P. 0. Boa prl'criptIons.-Hoston Evening C. APOSTLE'S painted and cottage newly = t
2S1. Pensacola, Fla I your the ve.strJ.declded that the French renovated throughout. -;
t 9JU--So.llOEast LaHoa I''t
Phones 116-2C8. Transcript ball THIS:not"(necessarily) a place inter- R.TAYLOR, papered 4-room cottage street la,good a neatly con- tt

dieM to a ehurcbman. gJiJ yliQa i.- U East Girerueit SI, dltloo,large lot,city water.
A large list of {
The Whiterights remained at home. Artistic Shoemaker, Formerly Cordova Restaurant Slant M a number of stores smaller and dwellings office*f Ott, as KENT.well Il t

the next summer and saved'money topay'the
Laxative Rromo jq subscription. FINE WORK A SPECIALTY One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71to THOS. C. WATSON & CO., ff t
Quinine PJl en every Lealini Heal Estate. Rental and '
ALEXANDER R. SHEE1L1N. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St. {2.00 per dozen. Agentii Beam FalaJoi street.Insurance

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THE DAILY NEW I PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FE 18,1903, _

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HOTELS CITY COUNCIL 'Pectoral Oldest and Largest Agency in

AREFILLINC Cherry West Florida.ESTABLISHED .

UP For colds bron
MEETS TONIGHT coughs, 1800.pouiles .

chitis. We have been
sayillgthisfor60years.'r
Vatendfttth* Poet Office at PensaeoIa --
NIL Meond-elMi.. matter. <
$ w
Mardi Gras travel has commenced.Not ,t
ol'nolPSW.: Building 21134 south The regular monthly meeting of Bros.INSURANCE
JP tetox.'m'. op-italn. a passenger train arrives thatis
the city council will be held tonight .
not crowded with visitors for the Pot Over Bury Years
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. when a great volume of business is Nearly Forfeits Hi* Life.
MRS. Wl!teLow's BoOTHlKfl tiYBUP baa
Carnival and all the hotels are reporting -
A almost ending fatally,
to for runaway
expected come up disposition.is .
been used for over sixty yean by millions
Turns: Invariably in Advance. a lively business. Private started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
Is stated that the bond ordinance mother for their children while
teething
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00
sine Year by Mall is
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III.
boarding bouses are sought by a
.. *jioatbi n ..... 2 50qe which with perfect iQcceu. It soothes the child
was expected to come at
WMk.by Carrier,Pgabie Monday 16JUnrtiiing up For four years it defied all doctors AND
number of strangers, and could theybe ;
softens the gams.allayi pale cures wind
this meeting, has been postponed for and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica '
fates Furnished on Application found would be patronized at oollc,and U the best remedy for Diarrhoea.It .
one month, bat from a number of Salve had no trouble to cure him. 'I
will relieve the little sufferer 1m.medlatelJ' REAL ESTATE
TELEPHONE NO. 118.fBISAOOLA once. Visitors are coming in 'great members it seems as U there will be Equally good for Burns, Bruises, poor ,
Bold
by Druggists In part
numbers from Alabama and Georgia Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. every
no difficulty in passing the measure of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
: cities, and newspapers in those A. D'Alemberte's Drug Store, 121 Be tore you Mk for"M ri.M'lnslow'i Booth. 309 South Palafox Street.
UNION LABF when it is called
up. South Palafox street.
lag Byrnp'sad take no other kind.
states say that the railroads are
Phone 22. PENSACOLAFLa.
handling the largest crowds In their CITY TAXES.Tax .
TARPON SAILS ON
FEB 18, 1903 hiftory and a large number have -

._ _____n engaged passage to Penspcola. The Payer, if you wish to stop
HER REGULAR TRIPThe GENERAL AGENTS
CASTRO has got rid of the bloody fact that battleships are liKely to be Interest, call at once and pay

foreigners, and will now give his attention here on the Carnival days has your Taxes. STOLE The
to those pesky rebels. Equitable
drawn members from the other X. )lcI{. OKUTIXG, t.
freight and passenger .
GENERAL MILES arrived in New cities. 10:2w Tax Collector.
Tarpon cast off her lines at 8:30 ,
York last Sunday from his tour : Life Assurance Society

around the world. He failed to find Belter than Gold. last night to leave on her third regular -

t r any presslngneedforhis services! in "I was troubled for several years trip to the St.Andrews bay.coun MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. I I I I IHE8E Of the United States.

with chronic indiges'ion and nervous
the Philippines. try. She was loaded to her capacityand will be popular in IIEMIY B. HYDE, Founder,
debility," writes F. J. Green, of v .... I
Bowen has well illustrated the carried a great deal of freight to PAID persons telling who u. (Spring; Waists. Fancy 'Strongest
Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme in the World.1'NOHHE
00 has one whether I buy or Sleeve, Caps and shirred
American idea of goingdirectly after until began u-.iug Electric Bitter !points inland formerly supplied by not R. K. Kl LLEY, Effects also will hold rule this -

what jou want; he could never be- ; which did me more good than the i P. & A. and 1 B.: A. L. railways. 10f2w Kans-a City, Mo. Kprins All these effect=. in I
fact the latest of all practical WHY
come a diplomat of the "Alphonse- all the medicine I ever used. They BEST ?'
steel rails formed a put cf lhesteamer' styles, are found in our Stock of :
Giston" type.-[Mobile Item ] have also kept my wife in excellent TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. .

health for yea s. She says Elec- j cargo. BUTTERICK PATTERNS.

THE Virginia editors have come I tric Bitters are just splendid for The Tarpon grounded at low tide Thos. Wentworth will today TJ1E 1BBGJ1A1JTS

to Florida and gone back to their I female troubles; that they are a and it required the combined powerof take charge of the city circulation of i some The March indication Patterns of prevailing i"illg'I; .I

homes; but they missed the oppor- grand tonic and iuvi orator lor weak, three tugs to pull her into deepwater THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions Sprung! Styles lire now in. TRaNsFER GO.

tunity of seeing the best city in the run down women. No other medi- which was not accomplished: and collect all account. When next you come to our
etate by not coming to Peuacola. cine Can take its place in our fami store, vi-it our Paper Pattern
until 11 a. m. Mr. Wentworth has had large; experience department, indeed, it would Having been awarded the contract
ly. Try them. Only 50c. Sati-fac- for carrying the U. S. Mail betwi
THE United States may: have a pay you, if you have reHluk- u
lion guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- as circulating manager of ing intentions, to make a .epe- the L. & N. Depot and Post Olfice
Milk
little blockading of its Why Modify
job own on
berte, 121 South Palafox meet. lirge daily papers, and will mike | cial trip to cur store for that and al=o the exclusive baggage privi
hand pretty soon. The little Central _.- -- -- for infant feeding in the uncertain THE NEWS service of the paper satisfactory i purpose. lege on all trains entering the cit ..
American of Salvadorowed we: are prepared trau-fVr b.t-rgajje
Republic ways of the novice when you can to all. :
SECRETARY MOODYIS and pas eng''Is to and from all hu-
this certain claims
country have always with you a supply of t..I'I. residences
A and trains,
j. awarded by the arbitration conimis-. II Bordeu's :Eagle Brand CondensedMilk COE'S BOnK STORE j night. day or

alon of which the chief Justice ofiti COMING SOUTH a perfect cow's milk from FOR LUMBER 1at

"' Canada'was president. herds of native breeds, the perfection Call on UEEKMAN LUMBERCO. South Palafox Street, Prompt & Reliabla Scrvice Ga( raatCe9{ ,

'j The award becomes due March 1st., -- I of infant food? Use it for tea for estimates before placing PEXACOLA, FLORIDA. I We also conduct a Freight Delivery

'!\i iti i and the indications are that Salvador A despatch from Washington says and coffee i your orders for lumber. dlC-lm lei Business-haul pianos, safes.
,', don't propose! to pay up. I machinery and furniture at Reasonable -
t that: Secretary of the Navy Moody is Prices.
r i Telephone your orders to F. R.Pou's .
t THIS rfliee
was agreeably surprised
; to south
preparing come soon on a
U Livery Stables, Phone ;31, or
rlY v yesterday at seeing on our trip of recreation and will make a THE I :Mrs. H. II. Hallmark's;, Residency
; :Jt table another copy of the Holmes EQUITABLELife :. Phone 351.MERCHANTS.
tour in southern waters
inspectingthe I
. County Advertiser; published at
North Atlantic before j TRANSFER CO.
; Westville, byouroldfriend.W.D. Squadron: .

: D. William This is the first issue it leaves for its European duties. I j MRS. H.II. HALLMARK, Prop.jilAKRY .

, since the disastrous fire in Westville Assurance Society of the United States. I
- There exists a great probability! I HALLMARK, Transfer .A tt.,
,
:}. that wiped out brother Williams that Secretary Moody will conductthe I I L.A X,R. K.to.,P.aDd l'.& A. HIT.THI .
i print shop from Dan to Beersheba. HENRY B. HYDE FOUNDER. ,

J We are glad to see that the Advertiser inspection at l'eusacnla, and a i I

\t and its clever old editor have naval: official said last night that le i :
l" Forty-third Annual Statement, for the Year Ending December 31, 1902. j
; come to life again. had reason to believe the head of

i'f", IN a speech' before a press club at the navy department would take ASSETS. INCOME. [ JAt y GB EnY! ?

RyL;; Bingbanuou.N. Y., Henri Wattersou a top at the nsacola navalstation: I
Bonds and Mortgage.,,.,.,,.,., $70.1X56,274 15: I
): said: 'If I owned this government should he ever enter gulf waters. Premium Rrceipt. ... $33.9;; ;;2,423.41 "llJlc'

.f I would take the isthmus of Punami Real F.*tate in Now York, (including Iutere-t, Rentetc. lle and
;'fI. The secretary wouIJ be accorded a 15,074 Ltd nl 'I Retail
the Equitable HuilJln;{.... 21,7C4.04741 irorcr*.
___
;qj'. and blow out a canal a mile 1I

\!.t wide fo as to let the two oceans How i great welcome in Pensacola. United State*, State, City and Income . . a $69,007,012.25DISBURSEMENTS. I III KUHll'\ Ells I-'tm
Railroad: I.ondand other In-
.
" together. Then I would say to l<:ug. The l'crfn'li ii t I
vestnipms (m-trket valise OVH. Family Fancy and
Staple
,
),.. hud, take all of South America that of a pure, rich, mnweetued condensed cot,$18,073: IW.'OOj...... ...... ... lW5,3fi3,11000!: .

you want; and to Otrnuiy, take all I milk Groceries
is Korden's
Peerless Loans secured by onds and Death: Claim.... .... .... ..... U5.2 1J6I.i3 v .<
:. of Central America that ycu want. 1 Brand Evaporated Cream. It i is al- K'ooks (market value: *21t'JJS14.H : ,- I

"-: I would greatly prefer to have En<;. available for I j I t )) ...... .. .... ... ............ 17G21,000( ( I ways every use to policies..... .... .... ...... 6KV7.51t.tt) I Good

'! land and Germany iu those countries which raw milk or cream H devoted Policy Loan....... .... ..... .... \ 14,10Sfi74; Annuities. .... .... .... .... .... .... .tiH,()! 5111 We
I are !Hole Distributor for West
i than the mongrel governments I and U far !superior to the average Real E-tateoiit=ideof New Yorfr, Surrender Values... ...... ....... 2.125,723s:}I Florid i fur the OUbraUd Cafe du
that are there now. Hut Mr. Wat I;quality either. Prepared by Hor- Including ]12cm buildings.... 15,430521: 31 Monde Cotlee
Dividends to Policyholder*...... 4.477.0J4.15, ; Sweet Home :Molnee. : -
-i terson don' stop to think that perhaps den's Condensed :Milk Co. Cash in B.u.k'l and Trust Companies : ____ I ; I Ilini( and Climax Flours,lliylefa

t I Uncle Sam may need them in i at interest..... ...... ..... 25,552,111:30: Delicatessen, Qeruian A'.m: e r i can
his business Paid Policyholders . 29191250.79 ,Food <>.'s Canned Meats, Etc. All
tome time. Balance due from ..... .... .
NOW SUPPLY aents.; N7S,2.97inters :: of which are Fold by all t-cla-

i t i Cmmili- ioiis.ad; verifying,ji 'tage Retail Urocers in the city.
.
! The colored man was as valiant a -st and Rent* (Diif $2i>,- .
0)"'... 07. Accrued .. and txchungeAll .sl ;;40 o9Premium
"'.J 1142,192.07) 367,501( 04 <;(1?
.bat1. GEORGIA TOWNSSince other cliburseniPiiUSinking ...... ... 5S"JS,104.7 'I .flOI POL'III I'AliAFOX.
! tie field and Massachusetts veterans ; due and in process of I !
!! collection.... .... .... .... .... .... 4.027,09200): Fund, Reduction of book
t Bee no reason why there: should bet i i values Houds purchased at a !

; any distinction in comradeship in t Deferred Premiums..... ...... ... 2,376,72300!: ( prem.um .... .... ...... ..... .... 8442I6.CO, PENSACOLAPressing
I the inauguration of the new __ ___ :
.! time of peace.-[Haverhill ( Mas.) I

''T Gazette.] It is such nauseating stull steamer line to St. Andrews and Total Assets e . $359.395,537,72 I Disbursements . $ 42248101.45 Club

., a* this that gives risejto the contempt neighboring points, euterprlinKPeniacola /
;.t
felt \Ve hereby cart,fy to the rorrectnt-ss of the bov" statement. I
southern
.Ir by people for the : wholesale men send their FRANCIS W. JACKSON.AuUitcr. 11.R,COL',:"ENAreletantAuditor. A, W. MAINE,Associate Auditor. I FOR GENTLEMEN
opinions of the New' England Yak
.1i! representatives into Georgia and ,I
:;,i kets on the negro question. Be=ides LIABILITIES. ASSURANCE.I I
I' goods from local houses now
f' being nauseating it is wholly fahe. penetrate
I One
, t, The negro was not a; valiant as the .a country hitherto unworked. Assurance Fund (or Reserve).... $2iUjJji'UO; ) Dollar Per Month
Instalment Policies Stated I at their.Commuted Values.
i i white man on the field of battle and The patronage secured by Pensacola All other Liabilities.. .. ...... ..... 1.817,257.93! : i I In Advance to Membership.

the veterans of Ma;;:achueeU do --' -
11. >
( drummers from South Georgia business Outstanding Assurance $1,292,446,595.00 Clothes Cleaned and Pressed as

'l&& Bee a distinction of cmnrad-hip in i men was said to have beenI Total Liabilities ,284268040.95 I II often as demred. Your Clothe
, time of peace. If you don't believeit -- -I sent for and delivered Call at

' try them. I very flittering and encouraging. Surplus . . $75.127,426.77 aVJ, South Palafox and Join the
I -- :.... New Assurance . S281,249.944.00 : Club.

,i. THE MARCH SMART SET. I A Cure For Lumbago. I '

I W.C.'Willi.unsof Amher-t, Va., We hen-bv oprtifv to the (''correct*'!of thp all"v.. t.\'III..nt. The R.'c'rvea"nerth.lnd.prndentvaluatlonof the N. V. lusur- laiiss1 Fi&ii flirts a ipecMlj!
the mart saps: "For more than a year I mfffrtd ance livpnrtment $?:ii,'.i uu. Foraupermtendent'ecertadcateseeuetaued'tetea'ot' i I
'IL' Again tetaMoinhesbythe ': from lumb.e:{o. I finally trit'dChambHI..in' J.O.Y.tNUI't.Artutry.: It.G. IlANN, .\..lUDt Actuary. ;' Yours for Neatness,
:1 variety and excellence of its
Pain Balm and it \\" nave esominedtheeeeouetcandAs'"t'ofthe'oeietyendearnfvtotheeurr: .lnfM rf th. 'orFef.ini{ sutcmcnt. i
; contents Indeed the March number -'gave me entire relirf, which all W'I.A. WHEl.l.lll.Kl'.bI>YIJEI:. C. LBitYAKIi BLUlt, 1.1; ;. ALr.XA.Nl'Kll.: (.to. 11. MJl'IKK. G. W. IRWIN.
seems' the best yet issued of thi- otbtr reincdus had failed to do." special Committee of the board ut Directors.JAMES .

most Hicce-i'iful migazin The Sold by all druggists and medicine '"

! novelette, "The secret of PrincePaul i dealers. ___ :; W.ALESANDERPresident. JAMES H. HYDE. VicePresident.GEOKGE \ Hot

,; ," i is written by the famous Ka GAGE E. TARBELL, 1-frcona Vicp-Pif*. T. WILD OX. Third Vice-Pre?.1 I(I Chocolate with
: WILLIAM H. McIXlYRE Fourth \ Icp-I' Whipped Cream at Soloimon's. .
gUsh author, Florence Warden ainlIt ..ICHAUTAUQUA rps. ___ j i
WILLIAM ALrXA IIEn. Sn-rfttry. '111OMAS D. JORDAN, C"wl-\lOJlIer. I .
..t is safe to say that no better story MDXEY J.. R1PLFV.' lrK *urer. '!

of mystery hn recently appetred/ DOING WELL H. R. WIXTHIIOP, A'st. Secretary. S.! C. liOLLlXU. r-rpt. of Agencies. JAMES B. LOPING, Registrar. I>

Iti Following thN comes "The Shadow MURRAY, Cashier '| STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

t of a Dream," by Justus Miles --- EDWARD W. LAMBERT M. D., and EDWARD CURTIS M. D., Medical Director -

':?t Forman, u story both strange and
4 fall power. Richard LeGallienne i Reports from DeFuniak are very DIRECTORS.J. I ,: 'Jetween Penuaeola and 3Iillin-lioat

aJ contributes "An Editor's Conscience I encouraging! indicating that the W.ALKX \\DFR, JAMES: H. HYPE. I Hunn I)ally Ficrpt: urulay..

;"1 ," a tale subtly couceivtd and i Chautauqua now In cession there is 1-ori t'JTZ.EItAU, JlJSnw: 1RT. LEVI MORTON, JAtOISH.WILLIlMA.TdWKK.. SIIiFF, "CITY OF TAMPA."

A I I Charmingly wrought. "Amontill- getting a liberal: patronage. The E. H. H A RRnlA", CHAfSCEY M.IlEl'EW, A. J.CA .i.\TT. I
JAMEBJ.IIILL.! ALFRED I..VAX II Milton __
UEKB1LT WM. WHEELOCK, ItaEwTT.LINCOLN, i -< 8J)am LvFinsacolaIsrpm
. ; ando, by John Regnault Ellyaon,
management is receiving tlitterinir D. O. MIUJJ, CIIA'I.$.Mf J(II. T.JEF*|' ERKON COOLIUGE II.C. HEM1XM. | tri'eneacolavplam Ar Milton .&:Uipm
i ia a most curious narrative, with a press notices from Alabama and J.J. A8TOK. GEORGE J. (;orU, HENRY C. FRICK, \l.I..t.T 15ELMO.NT, I Firs,toe; Hound trlpll:
; amazing denouement U. B. Bur- t'OltStLIrS N. BLISS, GAGE: E. TAUKELL, GEO.T. WILt>;OS. WM. AI.E\\XIhi, i I '

I, gin, in "The Gay Lord Gayle," is at Georgia papers which have been extended SlrWM.C. VAX IIOKXE, GEO. II."QUI RE. 51 \UVIV IIUGIIITT T. IieWITT Ct'YLEB, iI

his vtry best, sprightly, facinating. courtesies. These notices goa JOHN J. Mc('OOK, Tllml.\S T. EUiEftT, Til"". D. JO Kb.4 X, WM. H. !tfcIST\ :E, I JEWELER IN HIS
E. W.L\'WERT, H. (,;. H \\mriCK.H.M.AI.EXAVDEi C.LEI>r\RI BLAIR, CB. .\UX \SlIt'lt.
There are a number of other storiesof long way to attract attention of :, M.llAHrLKY ODOE, :, DVTIDH.MOtFAT. \\)1.11.HALWIS.Jr.

unusual merit, also an essay by tourists who would probably betake V. P.HNYUER. BRAY TON 1VES J. ....Do SAVAUIIO. HhSEr I'. Im'LEY.J.uns ; ,
.. NEW STANDI
Bupart Hinges entitled fusici1Mas .. FOROAS, 8VMCELM. INMVX: BRADtSHJOHNsON, M. 1XUALLS,
themselves elsewhere.Hod's .
Lovers" wherein he sketches the I JOHN t-LHANE, JOSEPH T. LOW,
.
story of many love, and reaches -' ----- N.B.-FOR FURTHER PARTICUL\RS !SEE: DETAILED STATEMENT.

some THY iutt're ti"g conclusions regarding -i Pills I have moved my J jewelry store to

the musical temperament.A 1 12- South Palifox, formerly occu-

careful tximiu.ition of the I Po not gripe nor irritate the alimentary 1 pied by Pass: & Co., and am now

I canal. They act gently yet KNOWLES BROS. Gen'l! I better prepared than ever to
gleI
March number of the Smart Set convinces : promptly, (,,'an"" effectually: andGiye Agents
that: is extraordinary rue:ees, : I great bargain In diamonj,watches,

is eiuiply the rtult of its c xtraorjin(1 fj J! ffJrt | jewelry, etc. Call and see me and

'& merit. I Suld by all druggists.: 23 cents. 309 S. Palafox Street, PENSACOLA, FLA. let me convince you.
t J. I. STEPHENS.
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THE DAILY NEWBs .PENBACOLAFLURIDAWEONEaQAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1903. r''IUINK ,

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IT OVER. 1\1'0. OO8. ii 1 ;:'
CHIPLEY UCHT INFANTRY !
WI C. O'NEAL, Pntldent; M. E. CLARK, C' hi.r; .. '
Bee in Iff. ( MILITARY BILL. 8.!J. FOSHEE. ..-...sident; JOHN PFEIFPER Au't CubI'... ", ,
eornell1lnJ: 7" can any AMUSEMENTS : ;

turn or c.r& Monday the 23rd lust, will be military -

A physician puts the query: Have
noticed in any large res- NIGHT'S nival, and as a wind up for tbe days'
ATTRACTION.Tha
never
:5
tiurant YOU at lunch or dinner time the festivities the Chipley boys will give OF PENSACOLA, FLA. r.

number of hearty, vigorous old offering last night at the opera one of their delightful military Designated Depository of the United States. rJ' j
large: ,. !
the tables; men whose ages house was "Alice of Old Vincennes," balls. The various committees are

men at 80 of a dramatization by Edward E. Roseof hard at work and promise to enter- Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1903. i
from CO! to years; many
run bild and all perhaps gray, but Maurice Thompson's charming tain their friends in grand style. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. U

them! them feeble or senile? Revolutionary romance. Miss Ger- The program and commiitees will Loans and Discounts...................... '336Oi2.95Capital Stock ................ ......... .... $200.000.00 J I:' j

1I0:18..f is trude Coghlan escaped the title role. be announced later. Demand Loans....................... .... 122.806.54; Surplus ...... .......... .... .... ...... ...... 20,000.00
IVrhip* the spectacle so common Overdrafts..... ........................ .... i .
The play enacts life in the days of Admission 50 cents. Ladies free.It 1,160.02 Undivided Profits..................... .... 690.76 t
as to have escaped your observation the 0. 8. Bonds and Premiums..............,. 213,806.87 Circulation................... .... ........_ 125,000.00 r
: or comment: bat neverthe- Revolution In tbe state of In- will Surprise you-Try It. Stocks, securities, etc...................... 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid! ......................... 180.00

is an :object: lesson that means diana, and the author has chosenthe I;' Furniture' an J Fixtures................... 6718.48 Deposits .................................... 65,549.31 ,t
leji it more melodramatic episodes of It is the medicine above all others Cash and Exchange........,............... 223,170.21 t.
otnetbiJ for catarrh and is worth its weight :. .
: .i.. '
11!you will notice what these heart the story to make the piece one of in gold. Ely's Cream Balm does all I -. !'

oil fellows\ are eating you will observe patriotic interest. "Alice" is the that is claimed for it.-B. W. perry, Total.......... ........................... $911,420.10 Total.... ........ .... ..................... $911,420.10 \.1 ell!:
central figure who waved the first Hartford,Conn. bank for business October "-. '.f'.f't
that they are not mincing This opened 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
:
truckers nor gingerly picking Stars and Stripes and flung; it to the My son wee afflicted with catarrh. four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .,, [
bal He used Ely's Cream Balm and the _
jijeirwiy! through a menu card of breeze; it was she who, defending; disagreeable catarrh all left him.J. .- 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

/ias'l6 health foods; on the her honor from the evil intentions of C. Olm$ el&d, Arcola, Ill, .?,:
n-w the British colonel The Balm does .
with the sword of not irritate and
they! seem to prefer a juicy 'i

past cjntriry of beef, a properly turned loin a trooper the third, made act a and dramatic later climaxto cause, 66 sneezing.Warren street Bold, :New by Elv York.Brothers B. H. FAIRCHILD, I G. W. & CO G. w. & co: f ,ii;

r
6f mutton, and even the deadly gave a .1.1.i
is signal for an attack by the American FOR D' PEE01lSTm:: : It E
not altogether SALE
lobster ig
broiled
nored.Taepoiat. column which was successful. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. .i The Lightness of e v J
Miss Coghlan ia given able
here is that a vigorous sup -'oroef Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt
The :
the cast of fourteen Costumes Used in
port by neces- '
olJ ae; depends upon good digestion ,.
aadrleuty) of wholesome food and sary to properly produce the play. last Year's Carnival Ph.one 406. < a "Dorothy Dodd. (< 1.j I t

not upon; dieting aud an endeavor to i Sne i is very pretty woman on the:I __ u. o
Q 'j
stage and her initial appearance I I Parade. J
Jive upon; bran crackers. R. K. WHITE o
I ,
i
here somewhat of .Needless
was a disappoint I
.. Drag.
T.re; is a ctruiu class of f.od' I .. )
I: ment, BO far as A good house was Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler eta
These costumes in
seeir. to believe that
c.atikvtho are excellent Just think what an amount of strength you waste every day t
i i cucerued.HAVERLY'S. .
v. 1:. ir--;, and many other god : condition just thetlzingtowearat and Graduate Optician, when you wear heavier shoes than you need. You lift a few 6. .
ounces of us-ele weisrl.t at every step and this amounts to more <<" ;t' I nj'!
I Icuuv
rank: poisons, but these
t' p's .ire 11 Kaitk PtUtox: St.. Pttturola,Flaludng's that of useless
His a ton lifting between suuri-e and suusft. 1
Maj say
> t'U., Mckly looking Individr !> MASTADON j "useless" lifting because this additional weight of leather need 0 'IioJ

.11; >. a walking: condetua.itioii oft esty's Grand Ball February tlieREMARKABLE :Eesl \ Jot be in the shoes! to make them strong or enduring. 0. ; ., ..41
if own theories.i I MINSTRELS. 'i ; fr c. This matter of weight it important. Tbf re are several ounces ,.! .
I I.
wilt sell
24,1903We oneor of unnecessary; weight in an orainary pair of women's shoes, and \ I.
nutter in a nutshell; i is, that: if'l ll&verly'sra?ta10n Minstrels to until !"J this means so a uch needless drag on the feet. The only shoe i" 4f
more CROUP.A .
t'' -t"in, ich secretes: the natural carries more scenery than any other | any person I CURE OF that saves this weight for you is the "Dorothy Dodd." '. 1

? "IV' jl1ice3 -in sullizieut: quantity similar organization on the road. j they are closed out. Apply Little Boy's Life Saved.I I when The scales tell the the shoes.story for you, but your feet tell the story .f
II IIa. you wear
\
W 1i'I(some food will be properly
i The first part setting bids fair to: at once toCH.lS. have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's '
dr 'ti d; if the stomach: does not do i g TlIiV COST *:J.UO. Q
eclipse anything of its kind ever a-- Cough Remedy. It
< uul certain foods distress LeBARO.V, .
cause
j tempted before in this country, is by i ij saved my little boy's life and I feel ,

i>r two of Stuart's Dyspepsia':j Moses and Hamilton of New York, 'i ii Chairman. Building Com. that I cannot praise it enough. I .
after each meal -
T.'Utets will
remove i land represents; a Venetian water | The finest line of sterling diver bought a bottle of it from A.E.Bteere: ;

ia d.l'.lculty because they supply scene, bhowing; the gondoliers car- :i goods aud silver novelties i U to be of Goodwin, H. D., and when I got

r-t what every weak stomach: lac kin :, i ryingseranaders through the beau :i! found at J. I. titepheus. Prices to home with it the poor baby could '.
'j hydro-chloric acid, diastase I please all. 0
;
tiful waters of ancient Venice, and a L hardly breathe. I gave the medicine 0

and nux. i i new departure with mechanical 1--- ------- -- as directed every ten minutes until ..MAAK.i1 .
:"tuurt's: dyspepsia Tablets do not : NOTICE OF APPLICATION J
1 lighting; effects of an indescribable "threw up" and then I thought sure

art, upon the bowels and in fact are uature.: When the drop curtain first For Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chap- he was going to choke to death. We H
It strictly a medicine, as they ac: 'I ter 4888, Laws of Florida. I)
ascends of the of his
a picture unique beauty had to pull phlegm out
amot; entirely the food eaten, Notice is hereby given tbiit (i. 11. Muller, GREEN WATSON
upon & CO.
strikes the The auditor mouth in I
i eye. forgets purchnser of Tax Ortiticate So. in\ great long strings. am ;
dusting: it thoroughly and thus I dated tbe 5th dayuf Novemb AI.U xt,Ima ,
j the stage, and only sees the effects : BU-il mid crrtliicate in my ofllce, and Das positive; that if I had not got that Io----r-"Y--.1-t!
gives: a much needed rest and giving j ,t iimdo application for tax deed. to issue In bottle of cough medicine my boy UI'.Q t'n-Y--r -
in general. The color scheme has -0 : : I V. a. u ; ;. .. : W. & CO' ,= "
{ nccordnncn with lal'alll (l'lIll1cal"l'lII-
appetite for the next meal. w'uld not be on earth today.J0ELDEMONT .
been go arranged in conjunctionwith brace following described property bitUtttcd -
01 people who travel nine out of 1 in KM'ambia county, Florida ti -wt: Inwood, Iowa. For sale -- .- --- ., ,
-
-
the mechanical part of the setting Lots 4 and 5. block 11.: 8c. IS!, Tp. 2 8. K. by all druggists! and medicine dealer -- .
t.U58: Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, to do with W. City of t','" "c..la. '1 lie said ssss .f i
I as away anythingthat 1$1 % % % % % ;
ki *ing then to be perfectly safe tou bfiiiic ssaosed at the date of tbl' issu- ,
L looks like painted scenery; a : of such certitirnte in the name ofI i

it any time and also having work of art which promises to be- I i 101\1\11 I'liknowa tie redeemed()", ners. I'nless according said to certificate law. taxI DO YOU KNOW you CAN GET .." ..* ** ** I '!:i'

li i'Ut by experience tint they I come the talk of New York. I I d..d111 i-iUH thereon on the'Utb day of
at i -.tfi.;'iurd against indigestion ,I! March..A. It. 19,15.Witnt BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have
I ss my otllclal signature and seal = ICE CREAM SODA
.: ,. f"rii,' and eating as they this the 16.hday' ot February ',A. LI. IMS. j a large stock of dressed studding ,

!. ,v .. all hours and all kinds off KATHRYN KIDDER. |: [SKAL.: ] A.Clerk M. Mc Circus IILI.Ai.O>urt. j and joitGet; their prices before 1. '
ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES
By B. K. IlfEToN, 1). buying. d6lmI 1.HUYLER'S t
', 0.i
; iv ling: public for years: Though jealousy the active ele- 1f OILWSI\ I __ __ _-_ -_

i kV i heir! faith to Htuart's I tnrut of "An Eye for an Eye," the I <-::-. -t. __ _._ __ __ __ ._ I Ii I We have just received our -ATTrainer's J :

1'1: I i I NOTICE OFAPPUCVriON:
new Duuiasdrama of domestic life !
A.I ;j' '. -'. *M1 them at tat cpntI. i I -- 11903 line of Ifpywood Go-
:
in high station in which ..
I ; Kathryn FOP.Tax Deed Under Soction 8 of Chap-i a Confectionery J'J
... I Carts with all the latest improvements. -
I I. : : jckniffsaud any Urugci Kidder is this season stirring and in ter 4838. Laws of Florida.

-:: !.'. M; .ie to California: if hisS I| which this delightful artiste i U to be 1 Notice. lierebv given thnt K. F. Mauri.purcha I Call and see 2k I'M FIRST DCOR NORTH OF TWESEN BUILDING. .<.< 1 ::1

.. 11 '- .--ked, will t-ay that -t'f'n at the opera: house tomorrow ', clMed t IH'er 21111 of dRY Tax of Octohxr Certificate A. 1).No.lxc.i hasSled Ki \them; they are beauties. -, J 1

Sf""l'i:1: ; : Tablets is thei : night; love is the dominant theme. i said certittoat. In my oilier, and ha \\Marston 4' Quina. % % % %% % J
miide for
application tax deed to Issue In :
:: -' ;' ; i: .r a.d; successful remedy j The younger Dunn was l )ng ao; 1 accordance"with law. Meld certificate em1 ------ --- -- _n .. t'B
1 brace* the following d""rrU,1I property situat@tI "
f-r ttuii ir; trouble.Sim ,I accorded his plice among the world'si in K cuinlna county Klorida. tu-wlt:. C1W101W1.
i Lot I. S. part lottTJS! to ss! W. purl of lots : ..... DR. H.
sentimental Here is
; : :. li'Ules of Dr. Khmer'swrnl I philo nphers. X and Si, W.'t\ Clapo Tract. bl.ick WT,' NKITHKRtbn captain own J. MOCKtDENTIST. hi
Belmont :Numbering fee IS. 2 K.,
a tit-bit cf epigrammatic wi-tiom I Tp. 'I .-
| Hrl nor conslgnHon l of the
; !; .t, the :neat kid neviiwer_ i! K 311 W. The Mild land being a.es -
I flom Miss Kidder ;n Franciue, the ed ut the date of tbe Issuance! of kuch certi-, 'Paolllbbktnll..lIub'r1\'llIbe
.
a; d hi uJ. r rt-im dy, are being di$ i licatH in the name of I'nltnow Onuer.. respouslble for debts contract-
i heroine of "Ati Eye for an Eye," the ed.by the crew of said v.-",<>l.
.
L'nles-iSHKl certificate shall I be
ti! i .t..t i fri, HaveS redeemed ac-
; i r> inhoti ] Dumas drama which America is : cording to law. tax deed w 1:1 IR"U" thereon I I' Master. mm I
: d'qi-? 'on the iUt!I day ofIar..h.. A. f.IIII'a.;\ T-J1
i now witneiig for the first time: Wliuest my otllelal signature nod seal; -- I .
this the 17th day of Ktbruary. A. I). lwi.1.\
j "Whatever the habits: the surroundin ; A.M. MCMILLAN I I I II .

THE NEW MAINE : appearances, the forms of soci- I j I Ii [ EAL.l Ky Clerk B. U.I'Irculteourt.Kl'KTON. D.C.OPERAHOUSE. 1 A. C. BINKLEY desires hl! friends 28-V S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. '

i I i ety, woman: remains! always I woman.: and the public to know that he has I : J

MAY COME HERE j She marries!-and often commits a )II I I Moved to Room 508 Tbiesen building CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. "J I j : i

j,I fault-with an ideal always the same j where he will continue as heretofore .

-to be loved." ,;i ., a general law practice. I'nXSACOLA, FLA. : ,; '1

,
i .T. )I. .1- ,
T CCIaiiager. -
'Ib IUII'shipIlna sailed .

)U[ : I I.. .in the North Atlintic "FLORODORA." iI j ONE: :NIUHT ONLY i ft .
FEB 23 J J. f' l ffiCootractoruDilBiiilte. LS'\ II. G. DiSiln (& Co. :Jl
sU. ';. it Uilvestoa and it is I "Florodora," conceded to be the : MONDAY: ,' ,

tl! .- wid b"pirtof the ll->et when i most tuneful tttud artistic inu-ical I :>
.
I I
'leHfII. John C. Fisher Manufacturers
Dealer In
t: comedy of the period, i is thi; season '
v : j in at Pensacola to
; and Tliofl. 1. !>)Icy, :
j being giver, if posibl c. ,\ in March. The new Present the Oreatet Musical Sash Doors Blinds ji;
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acknowledgement of f ivor from the j jI : :: ,
Success of the ---s..
M l 'W Km! Comedy : Century, I '
largest and most :.
I theatre going public than ever be- PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND I ; !;
If I I : : Shingles'
,'III the American navy fore. T> all lovers of light, interestinsj ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT I *

't. il 'f interest will be and of FLOROOORA t
courie artistically pre- : :! L
.
I SHORT NOTICE. ,< k< < t. ;
Builders' Materials :
: t'liiitinir vNit. I sauted stage entertainments, "1<10r- ,

'0) I t 1:1\ odoru" leads all others of Its kind. Firet-Cla Work Guaranteed: and I II l'
('OI.l) i\ 0' : n.vi' ALIiSTAK C.S'IncludlnlC ,
accorded favors t Rtferences Furuislied. Brick and Lime. !f'q
.,, It has been more ; I
>f1l110Ulllln..Tabl. All ;!
I i
.IIH, inony It It falls to i from every source than is' usually :i COKIXNK.JAMKS ,,414 EAST INTKNDIIXCIA ;, s. ______ ---E:1_ Telephone 3Wo. 11. .i <
blgll.ilurll Is tech
'V. uuSMASHUP i granted musical comedies, and has KIKIIN'AX: .

\ ;! long nlo4t since satisfying become seen recognized on the Ameii-as the iI j' GRACE CHAS.HAZiHD.KHANCKS POX TYMNVILLAUI ., I:: : ,(. :i IiA.


ON |' Olin stage. The presentation: this \ ) CUHT1SS: GEM BOO} 8TOREVALENTINES CREENHUT & CO. $ ::1

RAILROADVHARF\/ 'soa*<>u i i-;> iu every Fene equal toI :I, CHAS.ALFKKD: H IJOWKKS CAHILL: ,, ,
with its
I that: of last year very lsr.te .
chorus and fam-iu! Pretty. lIi1- !', ANDISXPOKI .WHOLESALE GROCERS
--- ; IW'i1l ... f'C'
I [
eu,," still a prominent feature. The ,
""v'nl loaded FAMOUS BEAUTY CHORUS OF 70 i
cars this visit include Isa-
principals on :
It I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government SL, PENSACOLA, FLA. 'JU.1
d'jre Hush in tne roh of L idy Holy-
.1:a oil the trick: on Our Own :Spt-cial Orehf-"trt. I __ .
|rood," Coriiitie as "D jlores," Janus I = ,
:
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.t wharf and several Keemati: in the comedy role of :i Dainty! PrttMidu_ Sfitttl AN ART STUDIO.Ihaveopendartudto OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S \ .
tunbt'rs were snapped't ;J
Charles D,' SENTIMENTAL AND COMIC.
I'weedlepunch, x play-j "
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; in room 9. Fine them.
oysters today. Try
dtutteJ.Vorkmen: : lias Uilfain.Villard Curtiss; as !
L Salisbury block, where I will give NUJAFOSTLE.HotFrenohWafficswith.
Sale of Seats begins Friday, Feb. !
K tuj'iy to ui.ike rep lirs.BAY Donegal," Charles j jI i! ...SOUVENIR CARDS... r
j "Captainrthur j jI '
:
J2i th at noon.iMardi lessons in my own system of drawing .
H. Bowers in the part of Frank Ab- I t
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I --- -called "Black and White"al.o .
EXCURSION. i ercowi," Frances Tyson as "\"allei ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS, in French Pastel paintlngaod Florida Cane Syrup at .' ,

1 .11! .< of the Baptist church i dl": and Grace Hazard "Angela"; Gras !i Newspaper and Magizine Illustrat- Solomon's. :-- 1
'I I Alfred Cahill will be seen as "Liac-
:'
r'V an txcursiou on the bay 'MARDI NOVELTIESStationery ing.I. - '. ;:
GRAS
-1' a\ u-r Enterprise, visiting I dro, --- -_ __ I have taul-tht large classes! in every .
,. .
a ,s of interest, j Distress after eating belching, atd in and in of the DR F. E. BRUCE ., : : 1 '
K, ; tomorrow. Ball ---- ------- --- -- --- town Georgia many Y"i'i

.- IV'S 1'alafox wharf foot of nausea between meals are symptomsof female college* <.f the South, so can '. '
fa .tTefil Has returned and resumed practice. f
.treet. at 111)0 1. m. dy.pepia, which Hood's Sarsaparilla : offer: you an experience of twentyfive -

:: ?t liue oi uuiortjilas in the always! cures. ....CONCORDIA HALL,.... Periodicals years. In the studio will be Office 22# West Government St., 1 .

cty; f is at J. -- found the choicest collection of Salisbury Building.TolopJiorio l' 1 t}4 ".
I. Go look
a: tl:, Stephens' We are the only/ furniture Tuesday 4iIt i feb. 24th Leather Goods crayon work ever shown by a single 14D. ''i

u___ dealers in the city who car artist and an invitation I la extendedto fr i f,

GO TO E. W. PEAKE'S ry a compltte line of china AT 9 O'CLOCK. I Pictures and Frames. everyone to come and see it. My ..J". ,
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term for !instruction are moderate. .. .
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cnse? and sideboards. We I }'I1sTCL)1 US 1, ,t I
Palafox street, f ,r your OTIS A. MILLEP. \. I :,
sell them fur cash or on j LAHG"KI>ACIXGH\LU ;
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w <. He is prepared to I :

-f! >. j 10 Ht UH.lIt'f1tt' easy payments. Marslon tf- I; All nvisJtprs will b* px-imined at MEAT & MALT tUB a marvelous 1 l ( a

;:t.3. On in a. I itbe door and no objectionable char G; R. JOnNSON dietetic Vila?. \S h lie refreshing! and ,
_ will IidlDitt d.
be
acters thtie
Hot French Baffle with pleasant to take, it helps assimilation P 0to9 aph9'I : -
.ui.a-jryour sprtada foi
1 TICKETS 5D CENTS. of fond. Sold byDANNHEIrJSEU
; aud uiaKt' tbuii lou Flirid Cane Syrup ut r I -
1.le 218 S "CTH lijAPOX: ST. BROS. 204) S. Palafox Street.
n: : .: Laandry. !I Solomon's.: Ball begins after C-iruiral P r/ide.


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:' THE DAILY,NEW8J PEN8ACOLA, FLOmDA, :WEDNESDAY.. .FEBRUARY_ 18,190J! '_

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mbVTng( to'snct a po%OontMfn CtfuTd

A STAT see my waist, the waist he bad so lovedto

Is encircle. He couldn't see my face
MRS. IDA MCDONALD
and didn't know whether I was cryingor C ,

(Original not. I didn't intend he should. Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World.RS.MCDONALD .

"Singular" he said musingly, "that I "However," he said presently, "you ,;._- -U-
have settled the matter by a return of
have never ,seen this feature of your that I must do
that is flung it ou the ; something
ring- you
character displayed before." table lay and it rolled in under that brie- [LI] No.477 Beaubien to regain my health. \

lie had never, before seen me angry.I Please | Street, Detroit, friend advocated your Vint
in the
a-brae cabinet corner.
of Cardui
knew what he meant and knew thatI Mich., is a prominent treatment to
keep it as a memento of IDY"- woman who was strongly that I decided to

: is -l., was on dangerous ground but this 'Toriiior affection." greatly benefited by the try it. although I had lui.grreatwoman'smethcine .

Seeing Believing did not deter me. should have said it mournfully, but faith In patent medicines.

"My character doesn't seem to suit I. I couldn't. I was still very angry the Wine of Cardui. Mrs. I am now very thankful that
It is bud 10 believe an Evaporated Cream caa
so that he wouldn't give me a :McDonald is the supreme I did 10. for within ten days
make M many delicious d..helliDUI you try it you, I said haughtily. more
jou[,self. When you do, be owe you get chance to mate it all up. I spoke vindictively. deputy of the Maccabees blessed relief came to me.
It at
"Not as present appears. and In Its than
of the World, and one of three
.
Pet BrandEvaporated or has some our cap other label brand reproduced hich "Very well. Since I don't suit you "Never mind that Do you acceptthe the most widely known x...Ida JCcDoa LI. months I was cured. and
herewith. It u a guarantee there is your ring" women in the United su-i------ ur have enjoyed fine health
that it is nothing but absolutely ring 1" States. Thousands of women gather to ever since. I know there is nothing better
Cream pure oow'f milk iterilued : I took off my engagement ring and "Does gentleman offer a lady a
sctenti6c I a hear her lecture everywhere she goes. for a sick woman who wishes to enjoy per.
in by butter tat process.rich and of Intended to toss it indifferently on the ring that is lost without finding it for The great work she has done for the feet health and am very pleased to give my

heavy and constant consistency. It delights the cook and tickles the palate table, but irritation put more power herV" Maccabees is appreciated by every hearty endorsement.

lie lila lure the cap you of see mem the-cap the label sign on of honest the can goods.before you buy. into my arm than was necessary. The This must have been an argument member of the order. She was so aDNo suffering woman can afford to

ring ricochetted (that's what he always: that his stupidity could comprehend sorbed in her work that she neglected: ignore such a letter as Mrs. McDonald
HELVETIA!? BELVXTIA MILK COHDEHSIHG CO., the floor for it sHewed'hlm for a few moments. to give her health proper care-failed writes. Her plans and advice have
calls bound) and, falling on ,
a
take that the of
Highland, Illinois. "Had vou; handed me the ring in a to warning symptoms proved valuable in building up ons cf
rolled dear knows where. manner I would have foundit approaching kidney trouble gave her, the greatest women's organizations ia
ladylike
b "As you will" he said coldly "but I the sallow complexion and torpid liver. the United States and sue takes time to

- don't care to have the ring. It is indissolubly for you. However, I am willing to !! But Wine of Cardui cured her the came give advice which the knows will help!
do my part in its recovery but you I I as it has cured thousands of others and
A LINCOLN MANUSCRIPT. fIlls r SMOOTH RUSSELL SAGE. connected in my mind with you" know that I am nearsighted and Mrs.McDonald has written this letter in yon.Do not delay in securing this tnedi-

,. and could only have a sad influence. uavpu't my glasses\ with me." order that other suffering women may cine. There is nothing to train &r.J

Lvllrr of Arrrplatire After Mix Hovr lie Utilized a Prlrnd In Ilujlnir "1 can see nothing sad in being reminded I didn't l.jl'n) word about the secure from Wine of Cardui the same everything to lose by delay. The choice

Second .Nomination. a I.oail of Hay.Uu of one who didn't suit you." glasses., "1. iluift want the ring," I relief she got' from it. is before you. Will or will yOU not

Abraham Lincoln WHS chosen to bissocoud t'll has not squandered': "For four I suffered with relief now by taking Wine of
'' Pap very "It would remind me of one as I have said.I'll find it for you. and you can I I year torpid secure.
I term as president) of the United tuurh on Hotlios awl [rscinil luxuries her this give it to some other girl." liver until my skin looked yellow and dull. Card \? All druggists sell $1.00 bott!,i
always seen except on occa
States III .November. 1"liIflt'r, the iliiriii-j his lon;: !lifo still.hi' has spentsump I I got down oiii my knees in the corner I I I then found my kidncyt were affected and of Wine of Cardui as well as 2oc packages .
official I canvass of the totes' a ( hor his I sion-one I have dearly loved. had severe pains across my back, and I felt of Thedford's black-Draught
I "os
iin-tty larji4' sums on and he got down on his knees IK'- _
__
"It's a pity made such a mistake ___ _
you -I.1
tee of the two !houses, of ( 'I n'-:llIIlIIif'l which has iumuntitl almost IJ rLJ -
lovo of : to siile n,.'. I scon saw: : the ring, and he
appointed to notify 1.lllIlOf his a l-iissiini.: SOUK' tiun. :IK I O he paid .f!
*Ilit' iimiuiHtif .'nll"j.ttoJ uf I.yman 4"MJ fur a team of tmtUTs for UM at time." despite; hi-5 iieumglitediiess, for we WINEofCARJM f have found relief in
I Wine of Car Jui.iAHCKE .
Tnnuhull lor Illinois: on ih., part of tin* his ruuutrjtis.w! \ on Ix>a;: l 1\llOl. and I "I certainly would not relish a recurrence both reached for it at the same time, ___ 1-l_

senate uml .lames I'. Wilson of Iowa the lir>t time I,c was to drive theta heasknl Gf such scenes as this." aud ills hand fell on mi no. I -

slit the part of the bou-e. Waiting upon Frank Tilfonl, who wis a iteigh- "They would occur daily should you I waited for him to take it away but I

him at the executive uuiusioa the
by its liw election to :second term. Mr. IJu- his outing' is still told with great glee I danced.I .
of ill treatment I will apologize on my
(-oln III anticipation! of this ollidal visit throughout thp countryside. I turned away from him, but Remembered .

had bis acceptance written by his) own After driving a little way a team was knees. that my waist was where he Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter

Laud and tilling a little more than half seen api'madiing (Ira W 1I? a load of That's just like a man. lie must always could conveniently encircle it. He did ,

u page of old fashioned letter paper, salt hay out from the meadows along; be getting at the bottom of so, while with the other hand he slipped -

ready for the occasion. lie read as tOI-1 the "lIl1rl'j) Immetliately said Sape; things. Instead or coming to me, put the ring on my finger. Both his No. 6 South Palafox Street

lows: "I am payin:: too much money for ting his arms about me and telling me hands beins occupied, be did the rest

"Having; served four years In the be; for my horses. Now we'll sec- how sorry he was, he mustgo back to with his lip!!. All Kinds Oi Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Mane

depths of a great and yet unended national what this man wants for his load of the beginning and prove by what he "I warn you" I said, "that you are TF.LFI"'iO'llfl w '. PC74fVtA. Jo'U.

peril I can view this call to a with
hay. again becoming entangled a girl
calls logic that I am all in the wrong. I
second term in nowise more flattering So the stranger was stopped and the who doesn't suit you. You could never
shall consent to such
. no thing.
to myself than as au expression of thepublic aged financier began negotiations. consult with her. Think what will be-
that I better finish "It isn't necessary" I said, "especially "
judgment may "What do you want for that load of come of you. SAMUEL CHARLES
0 a difficult work in which I have Iap hay?" since I have come to the conclusionthat "Sweetheart" he replied, "you suit ,

. bored from the first than could any one "Five.dollars," was the repiy. you wouldn't suit me any better me so well that I intend to bear with

less severely schooled to the task. Iu "Five dollars said Sa ;e. "Why. It Is than I would suit you." you when you don't suit me. 'So, PI LBODTANII SHOE MAKER

Ibis view and with assured reliance on not worth a cent moro than three. It I looked at him to see if my shot there! CHARLOTTE ATWOOD.To ,

cI that Almighty; Huh who has so graciously docs not cost you anything; all you struck home, but he was so Imperturbable DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

sustained thus far, and with increased I have to do is to cut it." that If he had any feelings he Plo, Commercial Traveler. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoes,; Leather & Findings:

; J gratitude to the generous people ""'t'II," replied the farmer "it takesa "Commercial Traveler" needs no
concealed them perfectly. This turned
for their continued confidence, I accept -, but wits. The playerssit PHONE 514. 607 SOUTH PALltOY HTIIKKT.
I KIMM! half a d.iy's work and the us>o of equipment quick
the shot into a boomerang. It made
the renewed trust with its 3eton'rou my hnr",&' and wagoii" in a circle and each one except theleader
.. ami perplexing duties, aud resjwnsiltilitios. ." mo angrier than ever. I should have is supposed to be a drummer goIng -
r.ut i>age would not pay ? >. so': a com-
' ." ItnmilM' was made VH 1 for the load waited for his reply but I didn't I to a certain place on business. The J. E. DUBUISSOX S? BROTHER
added two words which at the time where he ,
I i Winthe official ceremony was over dt'in'fI'(1. leader asks each one in turn

: t ::\Ir. Wilson saidVitb your permission "Where shall': 1 leave iti" said the seemed very forcible but which now Is going and what for and the answer 'OIlNKlt TAKUAGONA IXl'l.XlH.CI.STIlEtT": .

M I r. rresident. I would be glad to farull'r.I seem ridiculous: must be alphabetical the first person's I

': Jvecp that page of manuscript." "You ".\ Tilford's," said Undo Itussell, "Thennow.."' beginning with a, the second with Dealers in

lire very wleonie to it." replied Mr. I, and turniii to Tilford as they drove I turned my back as I spoke so I nail so on. For example: b'l & Choice Staple and Family Groceries

tl Lincoln handing it to il I Wilson.. This on lie said: couldn't see his face. This was a mls.takt' eader. to person next to <'

paper which was )Ir. Lincoln's formal "' (ItI 1 WH', Frank, if he knew that hay It gave him a great advantage "Where are you going?" Answer: "To I Inhn'rl' Our Goods lirA Received Fre-h Daily. Thy are too miny to enumerate,

i.t' siud olttVial acceptance of his scumd was for IMissell Sage: he would not let for it was impossible for me to judgeof .\ ." I and are Warranted to be the Best the Market AilordV and can be

term as president of the I'liltcd .states, it pn fur )I.-ss than $7. _\Ull. by the bye the real intent of his words. "What will you. do there ""Adver Relied \VecanDuplicateanyOrderOivenus During the

was retained \h\' :Senator: Wilson until when he leaves it at your place just let "Will you kindly give me the meanIng Use antidotes. Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.

;J; liis i death. It has since remained in the your man: bring it over to my barn."- of that expression:: he said. !Leader to next person: "Where are
ORDERS WILL RECEIVE ATTENTION.p.o.Box:26.
COUNTRY CAREFUL .
' Ii possession of bis (amil\. Just now they New York Mail anti Express. If his tone bad not boon so cutting, you going?" Answer: "To Buffalo."

,"j have turned over to CharluM: .Aldrieh I would have supposed he was chaffing "What for?" "To boost burnished J. E. Dubuisson & B4ro.
4 by whom it has been placed in his.great boilers." '
Book Agns IUd In Cain. me. I sat down on the corner of the PHONE 66.
t autograph collection in the historical C goes to Chicago to catch Columbian -
sofa with back still toward him
A New Yorker out of work last weekwas my Faan.l1y: G-rooors.
t ?:! department of Iowa.'tiile It coins.
and did not deign a reply.
, attracted by an alluring advertisement -
t is not signed, it is'I't. a manu ('r'ipt of from a publishing, house. The "What would become of a husband," I) goes to Denmark to dun delinquent

t..11. great 'alll""I' may add that the page compensation: mentioned was $."0 nwpk he asked, "who upon presenting to bis debtors.
upon which It is written I) contains ot'ital 12 goes to Evanston to enjoy eagerly
wife importance -
f to commence and more as sales some proposition .A. ML. -A.
r.;. seven lines which! are in the handwriting Increased.: The young man: was ambitious to both should receive a reply every entertainment. very
tJi of M Ir. Wilson explanatory (If the J.' goes to Florida to find fortune in .
; and hnd a good general acquaint rounded of! by those two words? Whata
'fJ 1: llIlhUS'ript-II.'s Moiiies[ Register. fine filters-and so on.
ance. Miiong the sort of men who buy conclusion to an argument1I (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY WOOLFOLK.)
L .1;! _ _
pr l'ik'VIien he went for his job, be neither :Juiew nor cared anything I
1 tIaLJntr A VztterfnIt.f1. I was told that the $30 a week proposition about Us arguments. How would logic The Sick Doll. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

When the waters of the Niagara rlvT meant that the firm did not care help us to get together again? I knewa Don't laugh at this poor sick dolly;

were made to tlow over turbines to to employ book agents: who had iiotdemonstrated trick worth two of that I bent my It hasn't the whooping cough: HARDWARE.
\Ve washed its face with the wash cloth.
l'4 give elivtric power and light to the their ability to earn that beaj down jn !h:.. ;t1I;k. Q( jbe: sofa. And the paint it all came oft. I

<-ity of r.ulTalo. it was considered a sum regularly ('a CjlnuhisioU. There I And dater she rrleit about It. I Iron, Nails, Axp!!. Hhovr 1'. rtiw Mill and Steamboat!

: great rt'\' .lutbinary feat of .ngimvrin; was nothing in the nature of a salary I Hot Rolls at 5 i>. m., lOt We Hut play now it's we a don't smallpox mind patient.at all: Knpplies, Cooking and H -atinf Htovei, Paint, Oil
.
1 Hut Niagara the dam and the fall guarantee about it. lie was told also I I And no other doll may call. Window Glass Guns, Pi-tola and Flailing Tackle.

were there from the I II'gi Ii iii IIg. The that there were men hook agents in a doz.. at Solomon's.OPERAHOUSE. And sister's the nurse to tend It, Agate and Tinware aim tfousefiirnisliins Goods.WAGEN8 .

( jKiwor was ready in the rough; it had New York who made their ?:>,tNH) to ---- -- --- And I am the guard about

F:; only to in' applied I to the machinery.AVlien $lItt'IHH' n year without much trouble. To And nail keep up a all sign the on well the dolls doorway out. FOR BIRMINGHAM 1OLLING MILL COMPANY"'

however, it was projiosed to Tit,*".> agents: he was told handled Good Housekeeping.A Revere Giant Stitched Belt'- : Northampton Emery
utilize the speed and force of the Hudson only the hih"t1111 most expensivepublications. I Wheel Co., Liftin & Rind l'n-v.>' Co., John-son's Kil-

r riur and to turn them into tIti'ti' I They had become aepiaintod J. 31. COi':, )1 a II a{,'T. Weak Siomacti somine, Iron Kin and Bank' "'SOVH and Ranges, Wm
Coups & Co.'s Raw Hue ..' Leather
\Cd Masury'aMade
jimvcr that lights towns, inns streetrailnajK i t ( with the individual tastes and invites dis- '
-- causes a weak body Railroad Colors.
and utali/es faciory plants( and peculiarities of rich men who
the problem was a d.tTerent 011.,. The never questioned the price of a book: if ONENIQHTONLIY, rrn in eae. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures Masonic Temple gj Pensacola Fls.

' .. trJi'fr wa there, but the fall had to !be it"a.., sdiiii'thiiig they wanted. The WEDNESDAY, r D.HAVERLY'S Ij) aud strengthens the stomach, and J.
disease.
wards off and overcomes
S and til this it would be necessary of entirely in editions .
ij (created Jo ) trade these men was B. Taylor a prominent merchant of I
; to build one of the largest dams de luxe. The agents made ap- ChriesnaaTex.says; : "I could not I

'i WIT nm"lru..1. a wall ill fact 1.4 i > IH intments with their customers by eat because of a weak etomach.! I TIME TABLE.

. e1 feet long aud ir>4 feet high nt certain telephone either at the homes or office lost all strength and run down in

: {mints. Nit such ),harrier great or small (if the latter and r.ide in a hau
been river of the appointment.' If they did was done, but all hope of recovery
i I; luid t-\er placed ai ross a to keep) M&TO11 MIHSTREU KKKECT DECEMBER 1. 11101
tlolmue anti lio\v equal to that of not ride they took a boy from the publishing vanished. Hearing of some wonderful

t.1t the Hudson Just aho\e) (ih'lIs'all", house to carry the book.-New concluded cures effected to try it.by use The of first Kodol bottle, I New Orleans and Mobile.

4 :N. V.. jet thi.s has now IHVH successfully York Times Direct from their 8ncces.(ul Run at the benefited me, and after taking four
Metropolis Theatre, N. Y., with
'ollllisluoJ.-I.iI"s S Monthly.8TATEOFOllIOClTYOKTOlF.DO bottles I am fully restored to my So.8. No.4. So.I. No.!. No.l.N0L
Theory of HIP .\nro"a. The Minstrel King, uualstrergth, weighth and health." 7:15 a lilSm llOI p LenePen..oolaArrln 11:00. .;OOp toop8roa
21p: 1:02. LlneYlomatonLflave 2HI\a 1:9Op f/6p:
The latest theory, and a very Ingenious Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, 11:00 a .::fl p 2:1i5 a Lp.vII__ Mobile ._.l.eave 12:. n't 1!:l1l n 505
( 8- one. writes Flank Wilbert Stokes GEORGE WILSON Sidney Kahn.wEFKL'Y. __.___ 8:2lip 7iJ1 a lton9.S.." Orleans, INn'" 5:1s1 p 7:25 a _-::
I LrcAs COUNTY. j of "The Aurora r.orealis", in the ('.'U.

FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath tury !Is that of Unterweger. who supposes !2 a-100-:ana-2 a,1oo. ---I I North.

kt that he is t.ie sn'.iior partner of the that ci>-rnie !ether which tills the Other Famous White Telebrltles. Including : BC1I12DUUI! : ,
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No. 2. I No. No. I No.1.
firm of K. J. Cheney & Co., doing celestial spheres when met by theearth's the World's .'aUDUi Lene PQn'.cola I
I FOB STEAK DIVISION 11;UU p m 12;111 P m Arrive :00 P III goo a ID
-t' business in the City of Toledo, movement is compressed or 8:15am 1: 7plll Arrive... Montgomery; _lkave I 1l:15am j !IlI.'IplJl
, \COLA KLECTIUC:; TKKMlN _Leave
Carl Dammann Troupe PENS 11:511 am Iti pill "rrtvelilrmlngban 8am 4Ldpm
1 county and state aforesaid: and that condensed in front of the earth in the RAILWAY COMPANT. 7:05pm! 8lOa III ArrlveN..bvllle _Leave ___ :
dim lion of its movement and dilated ISI. m i 8:13 a m Arrive _Loal.YIIIII _Leaf 9:15 p m i.a: a ii
44t said firm will pay the sum' of ONEHDNDHED From the Winter Circus Berlin Germany. Trains leave Penuoola for the Lllll 1:20am: ,_ lIl\g m Arrive _Clnclno.tlLt<.ve SaJpm 11:15pm
t nOLI.AHfur: each I.r rarciiiM. on theoutrary, behind It. Baron, Big Uayou Wartnl&OnNa..y Vail 7:111 a m l:*) p m Arriva .._ ....t. l..ul. .......Liave I 4:15 p m sra p in
l'ae..f Catarrh that This ,',,-\Uk ether is more condeiiM-d Containing More Mirth. Melody and tad Fort Barrancal at -
and every cannot Mu-ic tban anv ('om Ie >peraorMusical
1,; be cured by the use of HALL'S before the earth than that which is Kitravaganza/: 0:801.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai T:16a.n I PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort arranoa.lQ.OatI
CATAKRllCt'RK. borne along: in the whirl of the world ever written, also 1:1)0 p.m.arrln at Fort Barranoai I:s6 p.D No. 21-Daily No. s-Daily No atop where time not sbown No. J-Dally (No. 2'-lJsl,
, .1 FRANK CHENEY. nt from thirty-three to forty-four miles I The Greatest Minstrel Band 1110 p.m.arrive, Fort Barrancai .:16 p D -.-_ _ _ '
Fort Barranoai T:00p "P'm-
n
:15p.m.arrlve i 11:611 pm TOO a m LUVIIl'en.aeola.Arrln 10:110 II III 6:1W
; Sworn to before me and subscribed per second and is more rarefied bl'bin.l.1The 'fc-.oo p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai 8:43 p.o nU nIght 7:13'. obt'mla_ 10:87" S04I "
iu my presence this 6th day of December result is that one half of the (earth I that ever crossed the Continent. Trains leave Fort Barrancai for Feai 12:50 f:18.. Ynleatra .'I. 10U'. I 41:01
A. D. ISs8.SEAL. the northern hemisphere, will be oola Ct7:15a.m. 15:23 7:11J" _Eacambla._ 10:81" 57 "
i or arrive at Peniaoola .__. 8:00 .,11 12:55 It 7:2Ii" Mnlat II lOss I 6:1:
----- negatively electrified and the southern ONE NIGHT ONLY! 11:00 p, m. arrive at Pen.aeola.llt6 II.. 12:811" f:: .I" II ___ Harp __ I' 10:11 5tIJ
A. W. O LE ASON, half positively electrified with the 1:00 p.m. arrive at Penacoa! 1t6 II.D 12:50" f:8Ii" _O.ltClty_ 'I 10:15 5:2715Sit : .".
Public. arrive at Hen acoa Ctfpa fSll" Milton 10:10 0:1)
.1P'v Notary 5:00 p : I --- i
.. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally space) regions; whuh they are leaving. Thursday, February 19th, 7oop. m.arrive at Peniaoola_ 1:45 p. 1:110 1m _, a _Oood Ranl'_ I. I 4f5 to..
Only the magic of the spectroscope will 1:45p. m.arrive at Peniseola.... .:10 II.. 1:56" 8:111" -- Hol& __ 1:116 N .:JJ
and acts directly on the Batardayi onlY"A. 1jO" 8M" MlIlIgln __ 'I .:20 I .:ll .".
of theystt'lI1. probably push aside the curUins of 8:118' N _Cre.tvt.w.. eiu ais)
L blood and mucous surfaces MR. JULES MullitYPresents : .. FOB WooL DAY!. 1:83" to
Send for testimonials free. this grand mystery and reveal the 1:00" IM: _DeerLan4 8: 11 a let ..
1 Peniaoola to Fort Barrancai and uta ra 414Pentacola Is" 8:18 MOllY Head I' 8.0 ':11
F. J. C n.:x EY & VI)., Toledo, 0H truth. to Mary Yard and retnrn_ KPeniaoola 4:011") 1Ii .D.rl1nlaIt8pnnll. 8:18 5:45: ..
! -- to Palmetto Beach and retara ib .:18" .:" __ Argyl._ U tat 2:11"..
L'ttlr Sullivan' Rig Protege. SUNDAY ICHSOUDB I 4:40 ':M N _l'onco d. LeoL- fIV: a 1:11 ..
K1TWThe >> IDDEn I Iioo II 10:10 __Wenvm.. f:1f 1f6
L W. PEAKE, Jack Ileardon a 210 jwund wrestler When coaches.waataer! permits the running ( ':08" 10:14 N __ Ca".Y1lle_ N f:11 Ita .'.
from Australia, has placed himself iq open 1i.1II II 10:" _80nll._ I. 5M In:
1 I No. 30 routh Palafox street, keeps famous Star of "Mme? BansGene" Leave Peniaoola. LT Fort Barraaeaisa.m. SOO" 10.r _.Cblpley....._ U 8IT 104 "
the hands of I>ave Sullivan, the featherweight 10..III. lm II 11:0'7 a .1 ---CotLondale_ 'I 1:18 12:8J SOOSTs ..
call bells wires and all kinds of fighUr. lie conies so well in another great! play by H a.m. U m. II 11:211 II _Marianna U ':00 1t.
; the author of "Camille," I p.m. I ,... f:80 II 11.0" _Cypress 5:118 1lt6 in..
: electrical supplies. Have him do recommended that Pave has notified Ip.m I ,... f.o II 11M" .Orand Rldle_ a 632 I' lIn .
McLeod Torn Jenkins and Ip.m p.m. fl 8'. 11:05 Jlon '. __ Snesda 11:21 10:50
work. Call phone 203. Champion or
your "AN I m p .. ..1DO''OI1 _Lesve 5:10 10:'
Honing the "Butcher Boy," that they EYE FOR AN EYE"BY lp.m.p. lp.m. 8:16' 11:16" ArrIeRtve .....

Column. can have a match with Ueardou at any I II. .. Tp.m,
Try the NEW Want time. ALEX DUMAK. fLU FOB IV.DAY '
euaoola to Bamaoai RBTardaadretorn ? !
tUMH
Adapted by L. DuPont Lyle, of the \ -_____ nun IBW WAIT
I I aiative Stanford University. Pen aooia to Palmetto B.MB and
f& mi iiCortt / mOQeJpJJJ eaevcry25c "'$DTD.____ -_ IbNo

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THE OILY, NtWSi 'PENS AC OLA,"FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY. FEBBUA8Y,, 18.1803 4 $

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ORCHARD AND GARDEN., JUSTDNE: --......) ': 'l.t

TREASURE AFLOATtCopjright Over-Work Weakens .
Empty the soapsuds on wash days HARD

around the fruit trees. WORD that word & Your Kidneys. 1ft
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Give apple treet plenty of room if IMS. by C. B. L.d I ;J "
I' V you would have them thrifty. "wr-u.Ws We were coming down the''tJt1rttel Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. t

There should be no handling of the lea in the Liverpool bark, B&nr Epraj! !

( 3LJAL grapevines while they are frozen. i. refers to Dr.Tutt's Uver Pills and after landing' a cargo at a RoHiaa port I All kidneys the blood once in your body three passes minutes.through BRICK 'i"i
every
Early in February la a good time to .1EANS HEALTH.Are when we fell In wtth.aod bQtrtot a your u 21 A The kidneys are your ,
brig which had ben-
sow cabbage seed in hotbeds, when you constipated? eemtatfy ban 'I. blood punf.ers: they filter .
extra early plants are wanted. Troubled with!Indigestion doned for a week or mow. .Ibe forecastle 4 out the waste or

\ ; &: :i V.1 1 The seeds of plants and trees are the Sick headache? ? and cabin were onyty: fJI.'lIfd-- impurities in the blood.If .
Vlrtleo ding and not a single article f ctoOi-' they are sicker out
parts that require the most plant food. ODious?
Ing eo1 be found. cf order,they fail to do
WetearcMtovifa AL\VAYS\ ON HAND
Apples and pears have the least seedin Insomnia? their
work.
proportion to bulk. NY of these symptoms and nufiy others for the togbqpk and the Bhijfc pgfns
idicate Inaction of the UVEl _-- nor could we find a-scrap of dUqgqt Pains,aches andrheu-
The quince requires severe pruning. matism
come from excess -
You Need. any sort. The flag locker WM eafetrj
Fully! one-half of the new growth of uric acid in the HALF.
but we should have known the brie to ..
blood due to neglected i t
thould be cut off and a Judicious thin
be a Eowlan.wttboot her !
aertng name kidney trouble.
e liquid for governing or of the'old wood be made. 4' '
meta cing ,
A ',...... the flow of women's mensesluwcur Tutt'sPillsTake Her clock. chronometer (ft she had] Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady -TO -
t'1'!:';;' once in every lunar month. Scraping an Acquaintance.T.oy one), log line and officers' tnttrnmentsj heart beats, and makes one feel as though if:

(on hither side of line fence)-If together with her charts and the compass -, they had heart trouble. because the heart is ONE MILLION : '. fl

BRADFIELD'Sfemale I had a face like yours, I'd take it off from the binnacle, had been reo. over-working in pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It ,
and let it rest awhile. No Substitute. moved. 1 .nJ{
used be
to considered that
only _
Regulator New Boy (on the other side)-If I hada CULINARY CONCEITS. We thought\ that we mlght< learn] troubles were to be traced to the kidneys urinary,

face like yours, I'd see If I couldn'trun something by a look at her cargo but; but now modern science that
proves nearlyall
is te essertial.nientrated quality essence of powerful best adapted herbs. it for enough' soap to give. it awashin' Pancakes should be cooked very when we got the main batch off we constitutional diseases have their begin- Get Our Prices Before "
!' is a t found she In ballast We .1'
.-New York Tribune. was only ning in kidney trouble.If .
and in
delicate
f Jr a("'eD's organism, put quickly if they are to be crisp.
f.rr.l that It k always properly made a discovery of Importance In the! you are sick you can make no mistakeby .I

Sjfh. ,' ::jted an,1 taken into the system. Applied Knowledge. To make mutton dripping soft and cabin however. She had a shallow first doctoring your kidneys. The mild Purchasing.'Capacity .
,! -B suitable for it should clarified
c,".,-)mes! ,suppression, painful or other Teacher Willie,you may spell "felL" : pastry lazaret reached by a trapdoor, and, and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's 1
and flows with about half Its weight of lard.A Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is l'
htntyor the menses sickly I \Villie-F-e-l-L from out of this recess we hauled four,
ere wricteil and cured by the regulai : Teacher That's right. Now, Johnny custard pudding is more delicate it large leather sacks of silver plate.]I soon realized. It stands the highest for its :

ted ';liis superior cmmenajrogue.jl what !s felt? steamed rather than baked. Fifteen About half of the lot was church plate,! wonderful cures of the most distressing cases I' '4 :

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i'a: t,mmbrare rt ik'ncf' lOW and n of a cells reconstruction lining the npolh Journal. tutarJ.I private Individual Every piece was of cent by all andone-dotlarsiz-druggists in f.fty- : .,.t. 'j
'; s
c" sickness: which is ; > boil any meat or vegetables solid silver, but many of 4hem had es. You may have a 1.
ei" y iccompa- 311
t"cr i! W.::i rioked congestion and loss ofI \ I'erfeotGladys 'D I.I. rapidly. Simmer is the word for good been bent and hammered to get them sample bottle by mail Home of B-.mp.Roo.

t.r:' ,i. SUt h changes are ,ery apt to prod -So she! married him just be- boiling, else the outside is overcookedand Into the sacks. These latter receptacles free also pamphlet telling you how to find tyleftii11an Brick Co.

b: e c1 "iic caLjrli. Ivcuconhea ort cause he owned an "auto?" the inside raw. were made of cowskln. with the out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. ,

: :, the resjltof: these irritating tli;- 1\'llI'lop-'t, no! locau he never Don'tiondtT that corned beef is I hair still on. and were laced up at the Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer .1.1I1

t. Regulator: cures these troubles got mad w lie-n it broke down.-I'uck. tough; if put in hot water first nor that l seams. It took our united strength to & Co.. Binghamton. N. f.fDon't Pine Barren, Fla.PARKLtt'S. It

a,11'I w s t,) perfect he.ilth the patient it is too salty if the water I is not haul the bags out and on deck. It waa I .. ,.

i: ., .1 the! debilitating losses. The llelort t:oiirteonVliv *. changed at least throe times while hoiliuj little wonder, though as there was t.
ir.aka mistake, but remember I
bottle. any
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: : u dru" nsts. Jr.oo per "\ in ?"' about 4UO' pounds of dead weight'to a '
aro you mournr/: :. tf HAIR BALSAM. I
r'r il1': :strat&l book mailed free1I'crfet .." sack. the name, Kwuuip Root. CIt.".... amI......:"... the haiL I '
I Heath for Women." (Ill, for my vm! Ripe fruit is delicious as a garnish to Dr. Kilmer's Hwamp Root, and the _- Promote s laiuriBtil "nWth. I
"I didn't know that you had lost meat. Cut round slices from ripe, firm Here was something worthy of the,' Ilddrt'''-., Kicgluaiton. JJ. Y., on 1-4. : Never Bur to Fail;its to louihful Postore Color.Orsj I ,' H

[H: CRAOFIELO! REGULATOa CO., AllznU.; 61. iny."-Life. bananas, fry in butter, and lay a few MUle of loot, and in the course of another every bottle. ii:_Cluvff iiJ."dS''It tralp ri.tr.tft Ji I""fas'=.'!.'UL& f .

on top and around a broiled steak as it hour we had the! sacks aboardof \\II
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J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. I Yolks of eggs may be boiled separately her fate.
As to the silver It seemed plain The Star
into boiling
by dropping carefully Laundry
that it the pioceeds of a .
enough: was ,
VAN PELT BROTHERS water and cooking until hard. The
robbery somewheie in Kussia. It was-
whites may thus be saved for icings '
given out that It would be taken home Biggest Busiest Best I
meringues awl other uses. ,
GARDEN STREET GROCERS with us ar.1 sold for the benefit of the ,
,
Hashes of cold meat if made In a china
crew and for two or three days we,
Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of dish or basin in the oven will always were busy figuring out our respective
be found much nicer than when

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES made In a saucepan. The gravy shouldbe shares. ,
Then we encountered a Swedish men- They Speak
boiling before the meat is added toil ,,
chantman In distress and stood by him
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Fruits, -Nuts- and- all the Delicacacies of the eason. for a portion of the day to render as #
sistance. Lie had come out of the
and can Always Rely on Getting the The Value of Deep Breathlnc. for ThfiselraU!
Our Goods are Arriving Daily you White sea and while conversing with '
Every inch added to the chest means *
Best Freshest and our captain incidentally inquired if in
Cheapest.
more tality. One can live for days
cruhilug about we bad ever got sightof We let the Shirts, Collars .

VAN PELT BROTHERS without will die in food a moment or water; This without shows air one thereat a small brig named the Grodno.. and Cuffs we Launder speak for
That brought out the story and solvedthe t
themt>lve will talk louder
necessity of oxygen to the system. > They
mystery, and it also got our entire,
TELEPHONE NO. 231. ** J I Jt 31 EAST GARDEN ST. Ueuieuiber also that oxygen burns crew Into a peck of trouble. lame can. We want to bo judged

away fat.Here noie oy the work we do than by
The Grodno was owned at the port of
--- -- ---- --- Is exercise that
a breathing can Rem in the White sea. It appearedthat what we sav. I

tie practiced during the daily \\alk: lu- while she was waiting for a cargoa

Classified Advertisements bale, tilling the lungs while walkingfive band of eight robbers plundered a

steps; hold the eshaU breath dimming the church and also the residence of the ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Called f lor and! !D3linfc1 Fres
next h\e completely
step; governor of the province on the same
emptying the lungs, during the nest TELEFHOKE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. .
-- -- nlpht. In getting away from the latter I 1\'
live hti-ps. Xminhale during six steps; had and killed two
pi:ice they a fight: WALKER INGRAHAM
ONE CENT A WORD. hold the breath the next six; exhale of their pursui-rs. They had carts in Manager. 1.

during sis more. Continue the exercise, which to carry off their booty, but In'tl'ad ..-- _. '\
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--- increasing the number of stops each uf inland tooktoreilile = I, .J* :

WANTED-All kind of empty beer time. After a few weeks you can u:;e proceeding they .,,._...--,..._.. .,.._. .- ... ...._.....;. ... -.0. :':. .;.- 'I:1'
I possession of the brig. Only - .,.-_.. ._- _- _- - -. J
MONtY TO LOAN bottles. S. A, Iriedinan. n9-tf Iif" '--'. ", '. .' '. --- '. -."-"-!'-. 4
fifteen steps. LIT mate and a boy were aboard but !" w: '

WAN TED-&() more pupils" in "Black, Try to breathe deeply at all times two or three of the robbers were also : 1
1/1)L 4' rel: -onable terms nndWI' that is, make both inhalations and exhalation Roberts & Dailey ,
,, :.,'ity. and White. By thii y"tem anyone sailors. They! compdled the mate to i f
J.V.. IJULLAUD can learn to draw anything lunger in time. I o not put to l1'n. nUlL though pursued the
they WIsh, siz*. Even children I breathe with the ibdompn most ... .
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hilufcx any as next day they! had the luck to get clear -PEALElUiN-- ;< ir
;; S. utI! Up-Stairs.:
ten years old fin: learn. Every I flf-hy people (II). as this increases Its
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J A. WILSON, Manager pupil endor-es it. Come in and ': size. l'l'(- the diaphragm or lower chest off.The idea was to got to England with S f r' ''
CHOICEST
fee for > our.elf On A. Miller !I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES !
MtriLiau P.azar.
JllI.tItJ.. LOAXR. Studio in Sill-bury) liaildinir. in Lrl'ut1ln-llaC''t'r' I the booty but after getting around on :
,," "' Ag- nt. Money to
UUmKXCHANOh the north 'O:1"t: it was thought: betterto [
1- .in u T, jsuaiblQ: rate of interestu _ --_ --- A siorUlns Talk.. go into biding until there! was no j New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. ::{ ..
: ,I-t curaty. Office 112 and \
: -Any one wanting a
Iii! ->. .t:, l'arrl."lI'ltreet.: I bummer home in thu inountaiu-? The !'tIt\lln\ time that saves nine can longer far of pursuit. [|) FRESH SUPPLY 01 lt: .t.
The island of Tana at the entranceof .
-- be better illustrated than when a
never \
can exchange in Florida
ilU.KH. ) LKM> ou improved or Houth Georgia property fur qual value pair of new stockings are darned at lana bay, was selected. It was &; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS ;|;
.J' ,
.: 1. small the intention to the of ( 1 ) : ,
r jtr lit iruje or in A-hPville, N. C. Will trade up heel and toe before they! are worn. Thisis strip brig everything [Ie' t.,
:mi ''Ut: at low rate of interest and lie ashore for few months. lf! OF ALL KINDS. !)
a
up to $ OOio) or le-s Otis A. Miller, easier than to darn holes, and whenit ii

tui u I L-ln, lirooks, attorney Sahtburv Block, Peu"ucola. is done the holes will be a very long but when this had been partially accomplished I fjV: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. :tj:)
at ,aVo' Ij ''f ;r. Palafox tst., Fuher I hum time coming. If the darning Is done and while all hands were 'I .
1> 3mlui
.111. FOR ,....' LJ.;. with the soft silk darning thread the! ashore one day the craft broke loose |: .. ROBERTS & DAILY I .

)!t'j'll\: : 10.11.\1 \ -L)o you ueeU -, -. -- stockings will be almost indestructible, I. and went drifting out to sea, to be EJ) (I1 :

'. '" You can borrow any FOR KALE-The most desirable will wash well and be pleasant to boarded by us four or five days later. (! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Or pot. f ,

u: ,1 i y"u want today on easiestiinl lots in the city on easy terms, by wear. It pays to buy good stockingsand I I don't -whether the captain Intended l'i: CIIIC 1.:;(j. 1'CIlala, Fla. >ri; 1 1:
t. ::1.' lnw "st rates anywhere the r-i-her Heal E-tate Agency. f.I : ,1.
:',.11'. ..'." on improved city real 2<>4>8 South Palifox. 18,sImI to use this ounce of prevention. not hut to If put so he into was any saved Russian the trouble port or !::-p.",.'.i'A::' :;;:.;:,.'.,_-_ .,:. -._':.-r,..'._-_ .."..4..-_.-_ ."...'.-__ .....--.J._ .i.-._._-......-__-_ .-...--_ .'4!'-=&.4 ;. k !
fit well last 11,1
-' -..Irulll"lll.. Fisher, 2041. 8, --- --- -- Cheap stockings; never or .
... Two days after we left the! .Swede a ,..;:
I' .1 \ :-tre .t. lu-tl ICOMMERCIAL JL. any length; of time. Then good: sto<'kiiij -
_. ._ Russian! nuin-of,war which he spo'e .
-- ---- -- --- ; can be cut down for children.
H' 'lJl ut to oorrow money, itiriiuie HOTEL, 110 In. Sto<'kings for boys should always be of and put on our track overhauled us HALL & KLEIN .

\. .... jour property tendeii ria. Everything new ; ull good material. They will wear out at and demanded the plate.Vhen that ;
1 .itisiracts of title, buy oiute modern convenienceModerate commanded to \
the knees, but they can be mended to was given up we were
:
: rent property of rites to transientDeirnlile clay accompany him to Keiu and were VirtualJy 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. :
look almost as well as new by cuttingout
culI' boarders taken ; *
011 : : 'i"'uu. have rents < 2.ijlm under arrest during the voyage.
-- ------ the worn part and inserting an

.: >, tur tlre-s taxes I'lmC.attended. Watson to. FlUSl'-CLASS day board CUt be honest square patch.' If this is neatly \\hen we reached Kern, every man and Groceries t "
from to '(ok. wasultlrchl.d Staple Family 11
I alxjard captain (
k ..1 I J.-mte: and lusurauce had at thi New Commercial hotel. done, the seams opened and edges I I ,
off to The was
A. 1'''tt-ieoIa: Fla. Charges 110 luteridiricu street. Popular studied down, the! patch will hardly jail. captain
lo who buywe rates to tran-ients. 2'5jlm:! I liberated on a bond of some sort after 1
tvcryone bow at all. Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins. ,
.* will 1 lend UlCUey .. : a few days but the rest; of us were ,
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w, tu build a houo; hi,tf II1Fhl1I", 1l.nhie. I treated dogs.

_. -_ \ BOARDING HOUSK Wheeler A Thousand Dollars Thrtwn Away It was five weeks before we were Poultry Eggs and Country Produce !

II.\IH 4..u'.) 1)m. :&;, 'I taken before the governor and a Judge
t'prnitfs, Mary K-ther, l"la.Ir; Mr. W. W. Uaktr, of Plaiuview.Xeb. I II '
:- .\ .. \1II IEIlNF-Manufac.: Condon; prorri lrt;;';. All tLe I ., write*: "My wife had lung I to bo examined. Two of the robbers: I Telephone No. :358. !}
j had been hanged, one tent to Siberia
l lit al r in Hair Good- mfort3 of home at very reasonable I I
lJ ..t ArticleHair: Oil ratea. Northern tourists will trouble for over fifteen" ear;;. Wei' and the others imprisoned at home. J :r

-f tioverilmenttr'et, fli.d this an ideal |.lace to spend a I tried a number ( f doctors and spent'! You will think it a very funny thing.

-"., -- pnrtl"lllf he .e isiti. 12u I m over a tin u-ind dollar* without any !I !but these latter actually! charged us .jc ROYAL STANDARD WllIs/Ey'1'/{ t
\\ 'l' IJ. I ,
-- I relief. She was very low and I I lot I with having robbed thtn. While they

Vk- VOUNO MEN from Hl.'IO\, ,, A &.. i when friend eetcdtrjlBtf had been convicted of robbery! they i t I
all a suj:!
r .Ultlit ouen to preI"as L. DIAMOND"" the tail. rrtKiT rE'i I IB. !i hope Folly's Hiney and Tar claimed the booty as legally theirs. I Years Cd! in: Cam of 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 par cziTHIB'WHISKKYi' 5.

in the UOVtruA Iliovt-d to 1114 VVe-t CJovernment i, Jilt of the! iuestiii asked me Ly the 141' 1 -_- --- .f
I
which I did ; and thanks to thi-
to street, opposite Express, office Jntk'e was by what author.ty I boarded -
1 1'I
'.:ite ComInt.. \ t.ere IIH is j I'rt'l'trtd: to dean great remedy, it saved her life. Hie and searched the biig. The captain i clibtilM at the Nelson Co. ,. 'j' ,
: : is fully matured in wood ,
Li-aar Kapid- In.dw pair and pre-,; ladies'! and \ Is stronger and enjoys better health was asked by what authority he ordered
re-I before bottling it I is absolutely pure Hud not excelled 1'; 1
Ira Dwn';' ti.nor mdi'1.lt'l. l \ : than she has Over" known in ten and assisted in the removal of It PI quality by any Whiskey of the seine age :

.j.:, *.. trai pi-r-ou-ol chard I...... I"uu..n... I year; We HoI'IPand shall never Tar be aid withoutVoleyV would the sihcr. And when he gave them apiece QO matter where produced. The Royal htandard l

reputation in each --- ---- of his miud he was fined ?00 E'l 15 eight years old when bottled, and, considering i !
'I in this nuiiity required) ANYOAK: wanting bared wt'II, 1 a-k; those filleted. to try it. W A. sect to jaIl for two days; as a punish to excellent! quality, is the cheapest whitkey io ': i .

.. d' aid aJ\erti-e old t"w. fei.ca P\st'lur Ilu.thiu. ; in the grocery D'Alemberte.CASTORIA: I ment. It looked for a time as if our the market at that price. As a beverage, and as \ ; -fan \,

.ihhy t'U'ine-s rwu-e i or dry good? line will do entire crew were to be sect to prison a absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better. .' :1
'tidal ''tzttidiii. t"thry I wi.ely before: purchasing to see D.M. because had taken tho plunder from kgL Chipped in eases containing no marks! whatever to st. iJ
we I
t. w i.lv with expends add I. Merritt. Olive Fla.: jl71m indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining '. "; t
the whole
the wreck, but I think thing
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'I t ill du.tble in caliVeJntsdiy 1 the whiskey i* not 6ati -B -d with the quality be :; ,
\ from head H.ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 : was a sort of bluff to prevent us put-I can return the same at onr expense and money ,

'I JI"r-e and carriage fur South Palafox street. Re.covering For Infant and Children. ting in a claim for salvage. Some of will be refunded. i' 1

\\, '11 lit Ct''i' try. Reier- / and repairing of umbrellas and our men outside of court happened to All eiders should be accompanied by either : :

t- 1I'l" .? -elf.. ddre=*ed EnCnil'Li.l1 p.ira-oU a epeculty.: Silk covers The Kind You Hate Always! BoogN say that the brig did not seem to be 1IlciTvIAUOLD -;: currency, nostoffice money order bank draft or express 1 1

VICaxton always on hind.: jan3CARNIVAL greatly damaged. For three or four I I ;ica. C money order. We refer to First National J :

-:a----i.--- C-: ''I.',... 9f..h-lw I Cn..I'.ul (.....tnlu..... Bean ih.ia&tr. days her owner was loud In his threats -rJ' Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. : \

\\ .\\ : -- .....,. .ofQilR that he would sue us for her value because I'
Men Icaru baibrr - - -1
to I ; r'}
.. .1.1< (d.pl: in i*. po-itioua : CO:3TU: IESIu"fl- we had made no effort to save I I S. A. FRIEDMAN :

:iwn r.u1u 1\1'. :Sh-irt vet Mlk, satin and other mate her. but he finally decided nut to do FO. :t'a

t. : J by our methods off lials can he rented at Mrs. E. D. It was nearly two months before the ... ,,

..., i xpr: Itt.tf Ul"- I' Norti-troni's Millinery! Store. AlsoMaefcs. Jici authorities were through with us. und COT.*; PROPRIETOR. PF.. SACOLA, KLA. 1..: L. \

ral'iyiif 111 .i ieJ fri-e !:; Fdle Xo ''a, WIK'!' and I whether! we would have been freed or j( ,
the most healing&avs In twnri J 0, ncx 4iH nJU'HOXt; ; ru(9I } ; :j;. tl
l',01.! ,: >, lS! Carou-I Hni Ooods at :X" 11 F4 t lotend :sei.t to S.beria I cannot say It lootedas : iiisic'Y4I': )
: .1 .
\t'\v tlrleas, Li. ci.\ ytr--et, near 1'.IIJf.t.. : if we were in for the bttt'r and by -- ,
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, --- PEAHL & DOLIVE. advice of a Russian! lawyer we all i : .t ; I
I handle every class rf Liquors sold, la (t.': .
signed: away nay claim we might have : I
'. hulk or bottle, wholesale or retail
at prices that t
and: .
anl were eventually bet at l.berty .
I "" Call on them at the corner of Gar- -- are way down. '
...
: :10 : .UI1. .c ,4 told to leave the country as speedily apesible. : .
t:1: Q en every Jen and Alcaniz street for carpenter : : I ".' .
L: 'Jf. .. M. QUAD. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS: PAT BEER. I
electrical work. phone 660.
-d in One Day Crip in 2 DaYS'1. box. 25c and or


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-f. / THE DAILY NEWBi; PENBACOLA, FLORIBA WEDNESDAY. 'FEBRUARY 18,1803

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A RULER OF WILLING POLICE AND DECORATIONS ORDEREDFOR FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. !

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NEWS NOTES MARDI GRAS BY KING PRIS- LET THE

Not all people are satisfied with their BLUEJACKETS
CUS-CITIZENS CALLED UPON.
rulers; but the subjects "GOOD LUCK" .

.. Baking Powder are such from choice; A.J.Adams of Bagdad is here on ROYAL CORRESPONDENCE COLD WAVE L

if they have learned by experience that'' he business today. He came down on HAD AN INTERESTING CLASH IN

exacts only the most reasonable tribute and : the City of Tampa.The THE EARLY MORNING HOURS By Wireless Telegraph.On (@ Waft you to Our Monster

furnishes full protection to all under his Spanish steamship Vivina Boar dthe "Rospen" Feb. 17,1902.To .

dominion. which is now overdue, will bring TODAY.Half C. H. Reumt

here a large cargo of manganese ore Grand Marshal, ODD AND END SALEBefore

Richmond, VlrjisU.i for shipment to interior points -- Greeting:Upon receipt of these pres.ents

The costumes for sale by the Car- a dozen policemen and twice you are commanded to convey to it's too late. Be prompt. Act quick--act now

t .NNNN.ONNNN/NN nival committee are on exhibitionat that number of bluejackets from the good burghers, merchants, and citizens
: generally of our City of Pensa- and take advantage of the STUPENDOUS VALUESwe ::
the Gas company's office. Mrs. vessels at the navy yard had a great

H i SOCIAL ECHOES Maxon them. will take pleasure in showing time on South Baylen street early cola Majesty's, the renewed distinguished assurances considerationand of His are offering.

this morning, details of which came continued good will, and to impress $8.00 Ladies' Welt shoes, lace or button_ $::2.1
Ice and frost were seen in all directions
.N.NNHI out in the police court this morning, upon them without delay, the 7
HeNH NNNN $2.00 Ladies' Pat tip French heel.
today but the weather began .__.. ....... ...S1.G.j
necessity of so decorating their resIdences
I when the for trial.
Capers King, the widely known men appeared
is here to get warmer towards noon and and places ot 'Business as to $1-75 Ladies' button, extension sole__.. .... ...... .$1.29
piano: player today.A will probably be a great..deal more The disturbance occurred becausean
adequately express their loyalty to the
comfortable by morning.The Italian named Angelo brushed $l.fJ5 Ladles' common sense_.........__-....-. .. SOc
number of army and navy officers reigning House and their appreciation

and men from local posts at- Merchants hotel is the oldest against one of the sailors. of the Royal Presence upon Monday, $3.50 Men's shoes, all kinds ... ....... .._._._..__.._.._.. $2. ;(j$3.00v1fen'spatentenaniel
tended the theatre last night and and most popular hostelry in the Names of the disorderly sailors the twenty-third day of the present

city and at present the whole force is ......... ..__._..___._._. .... $J.l
highly enjoyed tho military pro- were Chas. Delmar, R. Craig, John month.

_ duction. kept unusually busy taking care of Kelly, E. Manning and J. Butter- Herein fail not. $x.50.Yen's patent leather.._... ........ .. the large number of guests.

I The Oscecla Club entertained last As will bo seen by an advertise field. Butterfield and Delmar were Attest- PRISCUS, REX. $2.00 Men's lace or congress, 4 styles..._..._. ... on 81 ,.9

night!: iu the usual charminaand: elegant ment in today'spaper: the govern charged with resisting an officer and H. RCYII,' LOTS OF OTHER VALUES NOT HHOWN HERE WHICH

manner.: An ele.*\ut supper I ment intends to erect a new house were discharged: Kelly was charged Grand Chamberlain. YOU SHOULD SEE.

was served about midnight. Among I for Dr. R. C. White, the port physician with fighting and was fined $3; ; Craigwas "'- ........,..
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those present were Mr. and .tril. at the quarautinestation.Aaron charged witb interfering and To the People of Pensacola, -

John C. Avery, :Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. Pensacola, Feb. 17, 1903.
Lyser of Macon, Oa., and was charged $10. Manning, who MEYER SHOE co.
Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. 1l\gerwan'l Greeting: In accordance with the
) H. I.. Solomon of Atlanti, Gd., were seemed have ,
to caused all the trou-
Col. and Mrs. Keller with their above message this day received by me
gUEstIr;;. Hjlizirun Mr. and Mrs.I! early morning; arrivals at the Mer ble, was fined $15, and when sen- by the system of telegraphy known as I Feet Furnishers for Cash OBIT
chants. They are here tQ attend the
Bryan BUck, anj their guests Mrs. tence he made "wireless hereby called
Solomon.I{ahu wedding tonight. was passed an in- you are uP'1 102 SOUTH PAI.AFOX SraEET.
Alton and Miss Gilmore, )lr, and sulting remark to the court and was on to do honor to the presence among I
Mr. E. O. Saltnursh: Mrs. Ruse of The committee request all those you on the day above-mentioned of
assessed an additional $10 for this
Mobile, Mrs. Pleasauts of New York, who are to take part in the carnival King Priscus and the Royal retinue by D. HALE WILSON

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer, and their parade to call on Mr. Chas. LeBaronat contempt. so decorating jour several houses and ,

guest Miss Robertson, of San Francisco once for their costumes, as it is After midnight a dozen navy men
stores with the
bunting, national and
Mr. and Mrs J. Mi Muldonand impossible for him to send them out. were dancing when the "Dago" Carnival colors, and such other devicesas Real Estate and Rental Agent

their Miss Nicolson Miss
guests On account of the great scarcity of brushed against Kelly. Chairs were may be seemly and appropriate, and ,

Mary Nicolson, Cjpt. and Mrs. Turtle coke and pig iron, the several foundries quickly grabbed and the bar tender, shall best express the spirit of the 13>2 South 1'alafox Street,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Merritt, Mrs.
in the city have been compelledto Carnival season and Indicate the popu- r LEP I r\E NO. 234.
Alfredo Bierck, Miss Edna Avery, seeing trouble in sight, blew the PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
almost suspend work altogetherfor lar pleasure at the presence in our city
Miss Ketherine Avery, Miss Kath- whistle. Captain Frank and officer .
the several weeks. There
past for the two days of the Mardi Gras

erine Miss Bell Brent Quina.her, :Miss Celestine guest Miss Brent Haltz, seems to be no relief in sight. Fondebilla were on hand immedi- revels of King Priscus, the Royal con ...SPECIAL SALE...

i t Miss Bernadette Quina, her guest Passenger engine No. of the p, ately and the fun started. When sort and their merry crew.

i. Miss gpurck, Miss; Turtle Miss & A. division, has been released Kelly was placed under arrest the By the King's command, -AT-

n; Wise, Miss Mallory, Miss Cora Mal- from the shops looking bright and others formed a circle and said they C. H. REmiT

Miss Willock Miss Roth the new as a lately built machine. On Grand Marshal.
lory, would not allow their camrade to be
: guest of Miss Bell, Miss Daisie account of the heavy business in the AttestW. BRAWNER'
jailed. Manning boasted of
being a
MAHARGXI.. ,
'I' Wright, Mi's Kessler, Miss Ma I yards now, No. 3 was put into the
; switching business today. prize fighter and has a massive Grand Secretary.
mie Merritt, 1.1 HS Leonard,

$f.}!" Wise, Mr. V/esterfelt, Mr. 101r'j Visitors to the city during the frame. He told officer Fondebilla I To make room for my Immense Stock of Spring

i 1 gan, Mr. Vincent, Capt. Millichat, coming Carnival, festivities will find to put down his club and he would: HORSES AND HORSEMEN, I i

' f Mr. Ks-ler, Mr. Did, :Mr. Marion at Goldrill {'s X?. 3 saloon at the I whip him. The officer is somewhatof Goods which i
lone 2.0!>!4. is still Chicago's iceipIPt now Arriving Daily.
,: son, Mr. J. C. Porter, Mr. A. A. welcome tae I
but choicest of wine
In Gatlin the big seaman who W. Savage has had Dan Patch, 3000 yards of 79 Soft-Finished I I 30 doz Men1 All Wool lied Undershirts
ti Brooks Mr. John Mr. Sam
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; liquors and cigars. His place is in 1:5J; !_, Iii urnl for $112,000. Bleached Domestic, worth 6c, to worth $1 I special Toe; ; drawersto
'p '" Pasco, Mr. Henry Hyer, Mr. J. W. charge of polite attendants and is soon measured his length on the John U. (entry, 2.no'i. will stand In make room, at 4,'ee yard. I match.

. Hyer, Mr. Frank Whiting;: Mr. : free from objectionable features. floor Capt. Frank went into the Tennes.ee lii both HXw; and 1SX)1. "3000 yards Fitchville Bleached 47 Lidies' Ready-to-Wesr Rainy-

Knowles Hyer, Mr. J. M. Roberts, streets and blew the distress signal Twenty thousand dollars s in money Domestic, worth 9c, to make room, Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale

}4 Mr. R. B. Roberts, Mr. R. M. Cary, F. & A. M. and plate is offered for this spring's at To yard. B8e each.
and soon officers Carlin Farinas 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
Toj Rainy-:
Mr. F. A. H.'.):>s and )[r, M. Dloreno.j Regular communicationof Iio-.ton Lorse show. 2500 yard Lonsdale and Fruit 44 Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool
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;.''("- Pensacola Lodge No. 42, Puhtell and Bolhne were at hand. Sclavonic,2.0S: :>%, thw pacer, Miss Rus Bleached Domestic, worth 10c to worth $4, special sale $2.48 each.
The reception given by Miss Cald- A F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m., The five bluejackets were loaded into sell's last foal recently passed to anew make room at 6iu yard. CO( Ladies' Black and Colored
well's Sunday school class to meet Thursday, Feb. 19. owner in Iterliu N. II. 10,000 yards i Unbleached Domestic Worsted Skirts, worth $1.60, "special
Visiting brethren are cor- the patrol wagon and spent the worth 6c, to make room, at saIl 9: c each.
and Martha will It is predicted that it will be cold
a
, George Washington
i dially invited.B. night in jail. They arranged to have ll.,0 yard. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured
; be given at the residence of Judge C. Tusisox W. M. day for the U-e record, 2.1s>V., when ;
100 yards 10." Gold Brand Sheeting Skirts, worth $2 50 to $d i,"special
1 : John C, Avery on Friday afternoon T. H. FLEETWOOD. Bee.. their commanding officer pay their Crcsceus starts against it ut Ottawa, worth ISc, to make room, at 133 sale $19S to$198 each.

February 20, from to 6. A cordial -- fines and left on the first train thereafter Out.Arch yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's
SlIt KMGHT: ATTKMON. \V., 2:11?{, is back in Vance 1000 yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth H. ,IJ, spec-
\:1' invitation is extended to all. .
XuikoK' stable. His various changesof Sheeting, worth 23'i'c.to! make room, ill: Jl ; drawers to match, in White,
I Regular conclave of ownership Lave been somewhat per at 18iC yard. Red and Fawn colors.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. S. Koyser enter- Coeur da Leon Comman- 25 doz. Bay's and Oirls Ribbed
NECRO BAYMAN plexing. 750 yards 101 Pepperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined Undershirts
No.
. Ir. dery 1, Knights at
tiinthisevening. I. Templar, at 7:30 p. m. iik: Point (S. D.) horsemen are raising Sheeting, worth tic: to make room, I _5c; drawers to match.
fi i Monday Feb. 2.{. I funds for an interstate fair association. at 202 yard.Heml'mber. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and
;; The German Club will give one of | Grand'i..itation bv G. SERIOUSLY HURT It is intended to put the mile we carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c;
its delightful dancos Friday evening E. ttiutrhain H. Chadwick.! Workin trade in good shape and to construct a Bays' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at I I drawers to match.
( the K. '1'. degree, followed by a -- half mile track. prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of Ladies',
!f banquet 70 doz Men's Heol1vv'French Nee! 'I'M"n'iand Boy's and Girls', Shoes
Charles Nicholas!' CKborno, Kan.,
llr .1'. y, Kes-ler entertained at
.q'r ? : Sojourning Sir Kuijjhts are cour-. A negro bagman was seriously Injured Jack Moreno Undershirts, special 2U:; : that we fan pave you 23c; on.
t1- luncheon yeterdiy in honor of her teou-ly invited. bought a five-jear-old gelding by drawers to match. I I Reml'Ulbl'r-We carry a full line
. : this morning while workingon Cade, 2:241i.: dam of llonjeline, by 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts '.
IJ guest, Mrs. Uoltzuiin. The table: I J. R. KELLER, E. C. '\f Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on
; HARRY. GIBUS the steamship Lustlei h. A stickof Jack Dan, 22St!5i. from William Clem- worth bile, special 35c; -Uar.. We will cloe them out at
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"!appointmenu Recorder. Din, Waldo, Kan. I I drawers to ma tch. Ij j t-tQ price oil other merchants.
1:; (. -ome I timber crushed him and death
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.y I. glass daintily accentuated with may result. I MODES: OF THE MOMENT.The i.I I We will Close Out Ar.y Winter Wool Dress
' f. graceful carnations aud ferns. THE WEATHER TO-DAY. I

t Covers were liid 'or ten. A delicuus newest silk petticoats are In gunmetal
'il: heartily the -- PIANO DRAWING PENSACOLACARNIVAL Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
?t. menu was enjoyed by shade.
fortunate participants.: I LOCIL .'ORErAlT-'alr. to-nlgtb! and ASSOCIATIONThe One of the newest color blending is !
.
' TUursJay! ligtbnortn: ...est to nest wlnd. blue combined with vio'i't.! AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.
't" :Mr. W. D C. Keller has for hi31)
The yoke shirt full, but not flaring,
't guest Mr. Parker Dix of Baltimore, I Temperature in Last 24 Hours: drawing for the piano will will be the leader In the coming sea- tate *; rIm!
F. E.
BRAWNER
. during the carnival festivities.
. son.
Msximum.-----W degrees take place at the Jesse French Piano
.1iI' _
Minimum_. ._27 degrees Co's Monday, Feb. 23d, at 6 p. m., A smart Mouse has ribbon laced ,

.-I'( Miss Alice Kessler left today for Elsewhere and every Monday until the piano is through outlines! down the front and ;. 105 S. PaL ox St.
'i New Orleans to be the guest of Miss Temperature : disposed of.PENSACOLA. falling in tasseled ends to the skirt I
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Provosty during the Carnival. Mln. Max. hem.
,1( Atlanta ,, .___.?-.,. 1* 20Bitmarck CARNIVAL ASSO'N. A Severe Cold for Three Months.
Fashion oracles say that tie general SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER
_-3D -U bfeb5L The following letter from A. J,
1J Mr. W. D. Howe has returned Chicago ----h') w trend of style is toward the ISoO styles,
?? Xusbaum of Batesville Ind. tells
,
i from a two-week vNit to P'iss Cinclnuatl____ U JJ TO CUUK A COLI IN ONE DAY conspicuous for drooping shoulders and its own story: "I suffered for,three RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS

; Christian and Mobile, where he was Galveston____.__ __21 52: Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets voluminous skirts. months with a severe cold. A druggist I
.i the recipient of much social attenv Huron..___._...__..__-:?' .02 ThisBUnature box, 25c. fffljl WH i on every Chenille scarfs with long fringe at prepared me some medicine, LINE.
.t. Jacksonville____ _?< 42 the ends are draped about many of the and a physician prescribed for me,
! tion. Kansas Clty________-S il? new models!: the fringe falling away yet I did not improve. I then tried
I Key West_r_..__SI 70 THE MARKETS.COTTON below till! hat at the back.A Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight The Pensacola, 8t. Andrews and
Miss Alice Howe returned last Memphis ___.___.._.__M Si doses cured me." Refuse: substitates. Gulf Steamship Company has flied
i' I Mobile___._31 *I charming waist for a young girl Is W. A. D'Alemberte. the following schedule 'and rates to
i if Friday from Pass Christian, where Montgomery __.......,, 24 31 made of white peau de sole,with blouse apply between Pensacola and the
i it she has been the guest of her sister j: New Orleans....?.,._._ 2-1 U front and yoke of tucks, joined together Tables of quality for the points named:
Mrs. Frank Foster, for two mouths. > W4or_____. .__yi t! REPORT. with pale green tzotiug. It Is fastened -
I' Sara no ab __________ H 84St. up the back with tiuy gold but Dining room, library, hall bC11EDULE.Steamer .
A GOOf) It0)1MI:%IAT10N. Louis__, .I\l tons. and parlor at Marston fy Tarpon will leave Pensa

a "I have noticed that the sale ofj I Reported for THE NEWS. by D. F. Quina's cola every Tuesday night at HJ:
o'clock, after the arrival of the :Mobile
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver'' Lowe & Co. THE BOY. i .

', Tablets Is almost invariably to those If | MARITIME. Spots. I Try Gunther's Candies at train train.and the This P. &will A. accommodation enable a-

w who have once used them," says Mr. i Good Middling..9 1-1 Don't snub a boy because of his physical Solomon's- person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m..

'*f J. H. Weber, a prominent druggist Strict Middling..9 1-8 I disability. Milton was blind. Special communication make close C'-nnection at Pensac-jU

i of Cascade, Iowa. What better rec- SilLID. Middling ............ ...... ....9 lK>n't snub a boy because he choosesa I of Escambia Lodze No. 15, and reach ht. Andrews the nest
Ital bk Nostra Madre, 915, Conslgliere, humble trade. The author of "1'llgrim's morning at 7 o'clock
t oinmendation could any medicine | Gpnoa Strict Low I1.1dling..8 1316 F. and A. M., 7:30 p. m.,
I; It bk Cesore.,Podesta Bahla Bianca Progress" was a tinker.Ion't G Wednesday Feb. 18. PASSENGER< U.YTKS.
: have than for people to call for it Low 1iddllng".8 ,
r; 1-2
I snub a boy because of his dull Work in M. M. degree.
; when in need of such a remedy? Try Tone Steady The passenger rate from Pensacoli:
t; NOTICE.Mr. ness In lessons. Hogarth, the celebrated Visiting brethren are cordially will be follows
1 them when feel dull after eat invited. as :
, you FCTUUES. painter and engraver, was a stupid To St. Andrews and St. Andrews

infr your, when mouth you, feel have bilious a bad, have taste no appetite in- Chas LeUnon desires all the March .............. .... ...... ...9.32 boy at his books. HARRY W. GIBBS W. D'C., KESSLER W. M., points-|GOO; round trip 110.

or when troubled with constipation young men who are to have positions May.................. ...........9.40 -- Secretary. To Apalachicola and Carrabelle-
and yon are certain to be delighted on the floats to call at his TREASURY DEPARTMENNT- (350; round trip $15.
These include firet-ciaH
Public Health andU. fares
they aflord.with: the For prompt sale by relief all which druggists place of business and try on their NAVAL 8TOUU8 MAKKKT.Uepoxted 8. Marine-Hospital Service. Pen- NOTICE.Staff cabin, stateroom and meals.

and medicince dealers. costumes. acola, Fla., February 19th, 1903.- members of Naomi Rebeeca Further information can be securedby
Dally for The. New. bj Sealed proposals will be received at applying at the company's office
o.IO
to
lodge are requested attend
CO TO SOL CAHN & CO.'Sand Union Naval Store. Co this February office 25tb until, 1903 noon, ot to Wednesday furnish ma-, practice tomorrow (Wednesday), at in the Thiesen building.
MALTAVITA.I 7:30 m. sharp.
R08lB. p.
terials for
be served with building a storage house
Malta-Vita
and CHAS. FBIEDBICKSEN,
I.I WW ass H_ __.5240o and Surgeon's house at Santa Rosa ltudgiu's, life Dest far c.
The demonstrator for the Malta- receive a Cook Book Free. WO___ !>5 2O5 quarantine station, Pensacola Fla. Captain.,

Vita Pare Foods Company is at Sol !'____ "T--- lPii Schedules and further informationmay -- -- -- --- -
Cahn's. Call and be served with a Hot French Waffles with ____ 1'3 E 1 gj be obtained upon applicationto

sample of this pure food product. Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's ___ D__ 1 fSL the undersigned. R. C. WHITE Laxative !: PJl oe every
___ 2 83 C"below__ 195 Acting Assistant Surgeon P. H. and B:2moc.Qo.meg
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12'3t SPIRITS T'URPRlITIBR-GIi bid. M. H. S. In command of Station Cum a Cold ''W! 0 bin 23cf




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