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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 19, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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::"1DL' ;9- PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY A AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 10, 1903 NO 35 1 l i

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+ It contains the laxative principles of plants. i II l! : '; HER ARRIVALKeen :.- ; :
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.: It is It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are !il : ilG "\.1
pure. '
:1' pilot] competition seems to
( i agreeable and refreshing to the taste. I ';u :s

It is: gentle. k iIi 11 have beeilot| sight of last night, : :
I .I I ; bARI$6POWDER :
i I I All are pure. 1'1 Y and agreltjoke his been perpetra- t

( i I', It is pleasant. All are delicately 1 blended II I ':; t id on members of both factious : '


I f ': It :is efficacious. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. i31 i31It J! I I.I s eamship Last night! Junio at 9 o'clock, Captain the Spanish Kavala, k ; ,;1\\


IS not expensive, Its value is due to our :method manufacture and to W j l arrived off the bar. The steamerer Absolutely PuraTIIEREISNOSUBSTITIJTE I .

the originality and simplicity of the combination li had but a single toa of '
M I It i i.s: goal! for children. :y' .
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t : It is excellent for ladies. To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. l I'11't t1'\ ',: /, looked around in vain for a pilot .' .
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It i is: convenient for business men. Manufactured by i 1m boat, and when none showed up he .. .
t FOUl MATCHED HORSES. **
J' determined that to avoid being in ,:"
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances 'hIt ,
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distress, and therefore having to be Tbey Were Colored Black, leeS a. ,;

is UM.'d by millions of families the world over. 6iII'ORy1IA ''I Fj towed in, he would bring his vessel the Dernier llnd Said. J j. .
1 ; : fiV'RJP< i E ;I l li Lord Mansfield the famous lord chief '
inside himself Turning her
i prowto Justice of England, had a bitter preju-F i
I It i stands highest as a laxative with physicians. :
j l lilhl! f. the opening, the captain passed dice against horse dealers, which, It It "

t said, had its rise In bitter disappoint' i.
i If )'U'.1 use it you have the best laxative the world ,' ::, inside safely, and, according to a .
San Francisco, C.1\I. II'I lil'll'Ii'' I '.. meat he had experienced at the hand

: produces. Louisville. Ky. New York. N. Y. I II.l tl!,; quarantine regulations, dropped an- of one of them. When he was appointed .

I : : chor ofl Warrington and remained lord chief justice in 175C: he wished ri ,
fOR SALE STALL LEADING D1WVGIST$ aryl ?al (; ",
.j to hate four black horses without a .
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l II white hair for his carriage.: After considerable -
't .,, _, ___ ...--, -::" .. =='=::: -: -' .-- '. H =- 'I ;. "after having taken a bath and difficulty the four black i '

L ::: : ;;: : k _- : d:: :; 1 ; breakfast," as a :gentleman said today horses were found and approved, for 1 a '
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-- ,. .k sncnu.rt i.aail J., i;irrsi.i"r .::. -itit ::titL'6fy :+*""> ;: II a pilot went on board and they were handsome horses Just ,'
what the lord chief justice wanted.: 1 I'

brought the steamer up to the rail- lime price, of course, was a heavy one; .
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road docks where It always 1? under such circumstances. i
she will load for
fn the suutliern part ,
jects; of life czar:
LINES
IN FEW
Great
FACTS A Sh'nm"hlp. WONDROUS ELOQUENCE.It For a time nil \\eutell and his lord-
of the Genoa and
Marseilles
territory. The new German steamship, the ship was well satisfied with his bar- ,

1 pttllcciu'en patrol 2,4433ivt.S. The city of Cleveland is to pet rid of I Kaiser AVilhelm II., is to be more than So SnrprWd a Harbor That lie It seems as if this sort os pilot gain. Then one horse began to developa

its 134 grade rros-.uip at a cost of $10- ;(a) f'('tJn length and 72: feet in beam. rnllapxed (ouipletelr white star and another a white fetlock

1 producing: sugar;: In Cuba OOK.IMJO.' Half of this expense trill be This leviathan is to have .imperial") As it sometimes 11:11'1'1'11", the barber I competition was somewhat detrimental and another was dKflgured by a

hurtle by the seven railroads interestedand was disposed to talkativeness the \>..it"'nt to shipping interests, but no in .
ents a pound. pets of rooms on the upper promenadedeck white blaze indeed, in all of them

', i,,ostage;: stamps In Mexico; half by the tlty. for which $2,000 a trip will be to silewe. After several fruitless accident has occured and the Incident one place or another the hated white i
The distance from La Gnayra to Ca- and in the latest i attempts to extract; more than a gruntor .
t.-d to $1'WOCSO.v : :: charged: many ways has been sed oil lightly. appeared.The I
tacos is six miles over a mountain and travel will two from the one in his care, the pa J
of
'" : :',H books on the war In word In luxury ocean judge sent for the horse dealer
f. \' "'* <' boon published. twenly-forr miles around it by rail. have been poken when this colossal timwirial artist made a final effort to Captain Savala reported that he who had supplied the horses nnd '

: ,I 1' ,h tin mines are be1n To bombard the capital shots must vessel takes its place upon the ocean arouae the matt: cuincisitioiutl pow had passed a man-of-war off the threatened him with all kinds of pains
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: curve :;, ;: .'' ". "I"i''. I' North Queensland.W. feny. And It expected keep up a ers. bar several miles and it occurred to mid penalties. That worthy, however, .
., ', for- Miss Lola Leonard, nineteen years of uniform speed of twenty-five knots an ventured the remark; was not in the least! put out by the .1' ,
., 'I. fI taking places age, of Caryl, N. Y., fell under the hour. New Yorkers may well regret "ler hair on dir top, sir, it is a bit him that the Venezuelan embroglio/ wrath of the noble lord. He Insisted '
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In banks in the
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a.''ris i > men wheels of a train. Not able to speak, that so superb a boat will find its thinning out-jes?" had reached a point where a block. Unit he had not misrepresented the .. .

11"1.. she signaled for paper and wrote: "I American home In Hoboken, in the ""Yes. ate of Southern: ports was necessary.: hordes on his bill and pointed out on t

Ir.: j" a. :,; quite usual for girls to am Lola Ix'onard. I live at Caryl." state of New Jersey, and not at a spa- "Of dor tonic, den, a leetle, elii" that document beinfc produced that he "
t.,.," .r: in the bullfights lu Spanish "
Then site died.A .
the Manhattan side of the "No.
cious pier on had sold to his lordship four horses
NATIONS AND LAUGHS
c.t. hitherto unknown portrait of Martin North river. After another long pnusp: lolored hlatk. This of course didaway '. ,

'f' ,' pi lk)stage stamps in the Luther, painted by Lucas franach. "Have it been bind: long?" with any legal procwtlings, but k,
r' "' !' I K. Different Peoples
the celebrated artist and burgouuster The rnmeglrii and "Ia Torn"They The man smiled wearily. Then, after lime of !''tb."lnllIrtb.: the incident was never forgotten by ;.

.I.r of Wittenberg, has been uncovered in tell a story of Mr. and Mrs. I taking a long I breath of preparation fo All the world laughs though: the nations Lord Mansfield, who was scarcely ever t

i'" has a fine harbor and the town church of Wittenberg. It isprocounetrl Carnegie being invited to dinner by a his effort, he replied: have different wajs of showing known to give a horse dealer the bene- .

I .11 "|1"11 roadstead, with a to be the best portrait of box holder at the Metropolitan Opera "I came Into the world that way. fit of the doubt.-Horseman.Kleptomania. '
,,, mirth. The Chinese: laugh; is not as .
:,'* t'( T. Martin LutLer in existence.A Then I huluu interval ut comparatively -
House, the party going on to the performance hearty or as expressive as the European i' .
4; "Ignition has refused to ('trlnllslI1k,'(' has tested the new nfterwml.S the dessert hirsute luxuriance, but it was not or American. It is oftener a titter ) .

r.,.' :: to travel free oil t el.Ir British cable line around the world bj. was reached the guest of honor asked 'iidiiring.; I Lave long; since! emergedfrom than a genuine burst of merriment James G. Kiernan! says that In the i:

\ cars. telegraphing himself from wet to east his: fashionable hostess what operathey I tIe grief I of deprivation. It no There is i little character or force in it.As vast majority of cases kleptomania Is a l "

taxes there is no state und found that he cot: his words back were to see. "La Tosca," was the longer:; allllet.s im. I to hot permit it tofighujion for the Arabian laugh; we hear morbid manifestation of neuroses and ,

\"W Jersey other than none the worse for wear in forty hours \\ ; 3'.Oils'The little of its hilarious ring through; the psychoses rather than psychosis l>y It

"'" cori>orations. Still 1'mk's boasted perfoibiance tit moving (:.'I'tnall pondered over this for ages of mirth In the old] world. The self. In many cases of so called kleptomania ,

"I that alx.ut 3,000( wo- }.irdling the globe in forty minutes is \Ve cannot go to it." And immediatelythe while without, however," appearing to Arab is generally a stolid Cl'1Iowho stealing I,; a manifestation of '

ire employed in bower without a mal.Itev. ironmaster and his wife ordered apprehend! the meaning; of the man's must see good reason fur a laugh or be \'iI'IIISIII':4: or feeble morality. The ma-

; t tart of 1.11111.111.r John K Pcudder, the Jersey City their carriage and departed. N ord->. surprised into it. In 1'ers.ia a man who jority of cases of both these forms oc- "
"I er hair id look getter, sir, if berhaps -
,HII military service on Congregational preacher, still {continuesto lallh1:1; consideied effeminate, but Lilt: in the department stores. "Bargain j" '.
it in dor back like? '
M.I r'1 i of money Is to lie run a boxing class\ in the basementof Still In Doubt. you keep long free license is given to female merri : sales" are determining factors of theft f ;k'

'. new Spanish ministry. his church and has now started a "I'll bet that 'Ileware av the Do;:' he suggested: after another period of ment. Women who are neurasthenic, alcoholic .'.,
silence. I
.cranltt'rries of this: skating rink! in a big tent. The reverend sign: ," said Meandering Michael, "is from the One reads! of the rl\'e Turk andthe opium eaters, hysterical, climacteric "- "
his
removed
The man gaze ,
II m the part of eastern gentleman strongly advocates' the uothin' but a bluff. 'Sober Egyptian," but it is not recorded and senile, from so great a weakeningof '
fastened it the ceiling,
> which lies near Cape idea! that the mission of the church Includes "That's what Clancy said," responded floor upon that they lute never momentsof the will, fall rl'al1yIdims to obsessions ,. J
cleared his throat again and spoke once "
the cultivation of muscle as well Tattered Dolan, "an" be wint In about mirth, when the fez bobs or the veil nnd morbid impulses. The "col

morals.An to more. of lector" type of kleptomaniac Is ns a :.
I '.-mal historical as wan month ago see. tonsorial shakes under the pressure some particularly
congress, "Let me assure you my "IJoofc
electric fire is In use In ".\n' wuz ut?" 0I1I1 thing. In Mohammed rule perfectly responsible.
(" In last pump the
IM ostpoiied year, friend, said he, "that appearance biblio
of
"01 dunno he has not ylt returned himself Christian writers have noticed bnatihing" is: a besetting! >lcy
iB sittings: in Home on Koucn. The idea is to obtain a currentfor ; of hair as I have been accustomed
\. operating the motors from adjacent from the tour av tnvlstlg ."-Indianapolis to dress my it L'pry satisfactory to myself cordiality and jocoscness, and they say maniacs attacks, just as numismatists coin and stamp and purloining phi- e,

.' electric tram cables. The whole ma- Sun. there is a good ringing laugh; In the
also to i
German and I might ,
P"nt time fifty perhaps say i latelists. Parisians think it."smart" to
.. 't one torpedo oat havei chine can be placed on a handcart or my friends. What little hair still I prophet, with all hU seriousness. from restau ',
little two heeled drawn lit Cunrlnnlre Qnrntlon. .\American traveler! in Europe remarks steal sugar and matches
on a wagon
i for
have along
M ii! wireless telegraphy adorns my head I possessed Americans think ,
by one burse. Its total weight, with "Po you think that Shakespearewrote > time. I know it well. I have been the Italian mirth as languid, but rants. Not a few sane rides : 1 "I,
to steal on
11 accessories and two men on the seat, Is his own plays? with it for musical, the German as deliberate, the It is equally smart
,, chemist in the city lab- on familiar terms many t'
a :
Alienist and Neurologist
devised bat- about a tunGenera "Of course I do, answered the man I have inadvertently mingled French as spasmodic and unceraln, theupper railroads.- -I !

: .L1':0. has a has granted permission to a who is always positive however ill In- years. class: English as guarded and not h, 1. '/.:
and chewing tar with it in
kluctiou of electricity dl- spruce gum Palled to IleeoKnUe It. ; t .1
,. number of Spanish literary and political formed he may be. "If Shakespearedidn't often tlways genuine, the )lower class English :
I have
my years of extreme youth. "He sent a copy of his dialect story I' fA"1
il.M to erect a monument in that write his own plays, whose plays as explosive, the Scotch of all r. '
It! ,,- to all criminals men sun dried it In order to present apropl'r down Into the country where he studied ;*
employ city to Michael Servetus, the Spanish I did l\o write? -Washington Star. nongullty appearance at home classes as hearty and the Irish as rollicking dialect""And ,.
;, ,::ml servitude in the recie the :' tt
malaria stricken reuutry. I theologian who was burned as a Unitarian after surreptitious swimming expedi- did it make the natives an'H ibr

o "> heretic by order of the magistrates An Attack of Pneumonia Warded: Off. tions. I have had it pulled the wrong '?" ,, .t'', if'
Posted.Shakespeare
T. 'ere obtained for Cliodo"iigravlngs of Geneva at the Instigation of "Borne time ago my daughter way by boys whom I learned to lick HeVan Lad a way of puttingwit "Oh no; they couldn't understand It." r : !(:
T John Calvin The monument is to le afterward. At the same period of my r
cold. She PostFCZKSIA ,::
complained -Chicago
caught severe
a
.\ In Lelpsic re- and humor Into the mouths of 'I
UUH'lIl'tluctt:: October on the SoOth anuiversaryl life I even endured: the ignominy of i ;" '
'I i and .VK) marks being of pains in her chest and had a clowns and fools. This was forcibly
of the burning.A having it cut-In ascending tiers-by NO CUHK, M PAY '
p.etures. bad cough. I gave her Chamberlain's Impressed on me n few days ago.I f-l'..
that be folded Is maiden aunts. The consequence
staircase can up
experimental
Your druggist will\ refund your money If
down Beacon II ill.
'If the approaching ccn'as Ole general title of n novelty for carriages Cough Remedy according to of all this: Is that that bit of was walking PAZO OINTU ENT faili to core Hlngworm. :y. '

'..,: Jerrold. Mr. I'.rimleyn and steamboats. It is composed directions and in two days she wa remaining hair and I are old nnd, I Coming up the hill was a man who TetterOld Ulceri and Bores, pltnplei and ;1 ;i1'1

,tvs a new edition of i of folding steps with handrails, of any well and able to go to school. 1 trust Inseparable Crit n.ls. I indulge had a little more of the "life sustaining Blackheads on the face, and all skis dlt- i L ;

'Mr*. Caudle." I (ll'lin'lIII'DIlh. which makes ascent and have used this remedy in my familyfor the hair, and the hair indulges me. The fluid" than ho could well take'cnre of. canoe 6u cents.Escaped. ., ,, 'f,
,.1 buys 11,000 tons the past seven years and have to lie came stumbling, staggering along. '
'f over descent easy. The device can be easily hair Indulges me by permitting me '
,. t"ys annually, while the arranged: to serve as a plank to walk never known it to fail," says James wear It after my own conception of the Just as he got to me he ran point blank an Awful Fate t I ,

ranks nextltli an 1m- from one place to another the same : Prenderga West, merchant India Islands., Annato Bay The, way it ought to be worn and I Indulgethe ; Into an electric light;;; post. Mr. H. Hagglni! of Melbourn, FIa., :'I'f
Jamaica, said .
out I jocosely."Ah
"Look !
\1 "f cut t ,OI.O tons. election. It Is the kind of thing that i pains in the chest indicated an approaching hair by firmly declining;; to have It ," he replied.' "I writes: "My doctor! told me I had "J'. IJ
th-tlmnk
t'.\1' most thickly populatedt' would be of great use in the event of attack of pneumonia, trilled with by gentlemen of the scissors before you spoke." Consumption and nothing could be ; t;:'
posted you
world. It has 1,3(50 peo- fire, and It has the advantage of folding which in this instance was Undoubtedly who possess artistic Ideas more was fast I done for me. I was given up to die. : J.
;luare mile. Barbados has Into a small compass. warded oft by Chamber bizarre than my own. I fear I'll have I went down the Mil as as The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. .'1 .,"

'I to the square mile.. A Guaranteed Cure for* Piles.Itching lain's Cough Remedy It counter to nsk you to indulge us both-the hair could walk.-Boston Evening Journal. King's New Discovery for Consump'f '; ,

I'T 'f" it of Rurleigh states that acts any tendency of a cold toward nnd me. Cut It the way I directed you Appreciation. tion, induced me to try It. Results a; i -1
1 Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Sold by all druggistsand were startling. I am the '}'. 'f
l'. f prisoners' per 100,000 of I pneumonia. to cut It." "IIow did you like the music at theymph'ny now on i
t'' Pllei. Your druggist; nil refund your medicine dealer concert?" road to recovery and owe all to Dr i IKing's 4
>n In Scotland, compared The barber collnpsed.PhlladelphlaLetlgrr. '
a money If I'AZO OINTMENT tail to cure New Discovery. It surely ,,. :
"' and I got Into such a ; "
In Ireland! and rot in Eag-: you, 50 cents Hot Chocolate with "Mrs. Torque and tech- saved my life." This great cure is 11 I rZ' f
discussion about Its beauty
tor all-throat ;
guaranteed
and luny' }
it was crown in Alaska a You can get your house I Whipped Cream at Solo- Mysterious Circumstance. nlc that I really Ladn't a chance to listen disease by W. A. D'AImberte, 121 ., ;s. i

and sallow and the to It"-Baltimore Herald.A Konth Palafox street. Price Ktc and
J> proved by the discovery furnished complete with mon s. One was pale ..' :i
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Whence the 11.00. Trial bottle free.
., : '' mr mills, built by the sub- other fresh and rosy. i
: elegan, furniture at Mar- Do yea want. a magnificent watchfor difference? She who is blushing Tractable :Memory."I ., I

'r' ston $ Quina's on easy pay- little money? If so, call on with health uses Dr. King's! New see you don't remember me, sir. If you want your office : ,
'l You for extracts is im Pills to maintain it. By gently e ". .
pay the jeweler He will accommodate Life -No. sir; I don't""I'm 1
ments Stephens, furnished to Marston
; t weekly or go
monttly.Hot $
Jlt but what you get for your arousing the lazy organs they compel BInks. I owe you $;o." "
1' .. ." yon good digestion and head off con Quina's. Theyhave an elegant ::
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ten times more Important. French Waffles with "Ah! Now that you mention theahsum !f
stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at -
a 1' +ml!
Detroit Free Press.
more. street Druggist. and office chairs "
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'; THE DAILY NEWS .PEiIBAdOLA, PLQR1DA. Tli1iff. ..FEBRUARY 19 1$03.i .


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NNINNNNNNNp
lug iuae. mijte you xloat mind A HOMEMADE SCREEN.
j PoUyr It te a wise mother that does not unduly -

"Ob, no! I like her, sir. You'd brt- OB. That stay Be tried m "tl.l. stimulate the self consciousness
i CUPID AND THE ter bring her out here by me. She Ple<.r* rr.... of her cliiid and thus lay the foundation

won't scream so loud.". A fitment that never fails to please for lifelong habits of affectation.If .

I PARROT* The captain set the cage down by and is soiled both for drawing room clever children do not always mako

Tilly and sat down himself. The par and bedroom Is unnamed but may be clever mea and women a partial reason

4 4 rot laughed a little slyly and said soft styled a Multiple picture frame. One may be found in the way they are

; By Efcatetb Cherry Waltz { ly: Is constantly being confronted with the cou-nion.y! treated. They find grownup

', "Captain ship ahoy apparent Impossibility of utilizing the people constantly on the watch to .

CoPJ'ig1lt, x90!, Ini the "I hope so, Polly. Do you know, scores of really pretty engravings contained bear and most industrious in repeatingtheir }o;

S S. ifcCJure Company Tilly that this Is my house and that I in current periodicals. It has original speeches, and soon they for Infants and Children.

......................... bought the furniture every stick of it?" been advised to mount them on cardboard exchange the gift of originality, which
Castoria is harmless substitute for Castor
"Yes, sr." and lay them on whatnots and consists in seeing and expressing thingsin Oil, Tare.goric .
The captain was a Jolly man of fifty- Drops and Soothw" Syrups. It is Pleasant,
"And that I've got enough money to tables but the plan to be described will an unconventional manner for the contains neither it
one, with a fine blue eye and a pleasant Opium, Itlorphiuo nor other Narcotic
It rather reserved manner. lie stood pet an with comfortably tucked away be found far better.A very inferior one of making smart substance. It destroys Worms and allays FcverMme.s.

lit the door of a neat cottage one morn- where no one can get it?" strong wooden three or tour fold speeches. They are thus forced by the It euros Diarrlitva aid Wind Colic, It ...relieTt't.th..
"Yes. sir I suppose so." screen is required No makeshift*structure very admiration of their elders Into in<; Troubles and cures Constipation. It regulates Rio
ing In spring with rather a disconsolate
"Then why shouldn't I keep house as will answer. This screen la cot taking conventional instead of unconventional Stomach and :Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep

air long as I want to? You must stand by views and speaking, as it The Children's, l'anacea-The Mother's Friend '
"I do miss Sis Therese" be said
regretfully -
me. I really want you." were to the "gallery" instead of ut ring
"and her dying The Kind You Have
so
unexpect-
"She's sure to abuse me if I do, sir. spontaneous truths. Always Bough
ed-like has upset all my Ideas of life." "
Servants have a hard time.
He turned and gazed ruefully at the Bears the.Signature of
Thecaptain stood up and breathed
comfortable sitting room, now in the bard. The Teapot.

Utmost disorder. On the top of the I Some housekeepers leave the teapot
{ "Go and put on your other gown, ityou'ye
ewing machine ,bor paraded a fine standing from meal to meal with the
got one he said hoarsely "and
gray and red parrot that seemed to leftover tea in It and then wonder why
If you are willing to marry me we'llgo
joy the situation. eu-I the tea does not taste as it ought The
and it
down to the courthouse get fs
-Hello captain she cried. should be
done. She can't get around that can teapot emptied immediatelyafter I

Ahoy' I she? I have never been so truly com- using washed scalded and thor In Use. For Over 30 Years.
"Wish there was Polly," retorted the oughly dried. In this it will not
fortable before. You won't refuse way
me v.rre.nu.ern.r;....u.....Uti"., toR. !!.1W.e"r.r .
captain, "but there's none in sight. I'll Tilly?" be stained and coated as if allowed to j

go down town and advertise for a "No, sir." stand with the old tea in it. There is -- -- -

housekeeper to clean up this place." Two hours later Mrs. Melinda aftera much to learn if one is constantly

t "Ship ahoy, ship ahoy:" screamedthe long, restful nap, appeared on the watchful and no one needs to exercise ; w. B. WRIGHT GomPA Y
parrot and again the returned
captain back porch. The captain and Tilly more fare watchfulness than the
I ,
as he locked the door: housekeeper upon whom the comfort \\1 ,
i were standing side by side in the gar. t t1 .01
"I wish there was, Folly. den BCREEX AND PICTTBE HOLDER. and well being of the entire family dewpond. 11h MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER

After he had put an advertisementIn "What are you doing, Philetus I intended to be us1'11 as such but to "

several newspapers the captain supposed dinner would be ready" form a corner fitment. Its free ends LUMBER LATHS

"rwalkol slowly along the streets to- "It will be before long" returned the i should be hooked to the wall. The upper CON'.TU'AIIOX % ,


sward eight of the a markets.large blue His and eye white caught sign captain we have cheerfully been out on"You a little see business, sister, jl I have half hlll:of;:?d the to It front a large of each picture fold frame.to I and Every water! civilized to wash off person the accumulation vies soap- "I J.-- j iK 1 SAVED CYPRESS SflINGLES-..]llD.Dmf: [| !EEr;

"Servants Supplied." I of dirt and filth from their!
that will lessen your work and worry This frame is divided Into several j'I body, .
.
=- PF.NHACOI.A.
"It will not do any harm for me to smaller frames. All are to be glazed. I but how many fruilemsof con-tipa- ILACaALANDWO
deal. here has ] '
over me a great Tilly
top in there" quoth the captain.As tion think about the accumulationof
The hinged frame fastens with a catch -
of and
such
taken good
care Polly me
I filth within their
which
body, isa
he stepped Into the entry he paw
and can be opened at will.
that we'\e been out and pot married. bun jr..d time more detrimental
"ll woman hesitating In front of him. Were all filed now, and you are welcome Now mount your pictures on cardboard to good health than the dirt ou the
fThe captain declared ever afterward 1 cut to sizes that will fit the oWE
to Sis Therese's clothes and small out?lde. The waste; matter of food

that when she turned about "you could truck, Melinda. The rest of the things smaller or Inner frames. It is easy passes: into the bowels, which are EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA HGER TRADF

have knocked me down with a feath- always were mine, and we'll need them j I enough to keep the pictures close to the the natural sewers of the human

Irr." She was not a girl, but a woman housekeeping, Tilly and Polly and me.11'ell,1'ully I glass by cross! ;!eves of wood at the system. If here this waste is al- THIS WINTER THAN EVE* FEFCRE
approaching middle age and with a lowej to accumulate the warmth of
1 back. The pictures can be changed
\ and )how do you like it, old !
Dale ant gentleface.. f the body soon gets fermentationand SEND
girl?" I every few weeks or when desired. up US YOUR ORDERS NCiAi
i "Scus-e me. ma'am. I am trying to ;]Home Notes. decomposition, !passes are form
"Ship: ahoy, captain! Ship ahoy! ed which are carried into the blood
find me a housekeeper.
The woman looked Intently at him. I cackled Polly gleefully.A and circulated through the whole Thompson, Olsen cManresa \: C ..

Short Clothe. system, and dise.se is the inevitable
"I am trying to find a place where I 1
ItcKlrcteil CI.... There is danger of being too late in re -ult. Street, TelephoneESTABLISHED 147.
: can do something, she said wearily. I putting a restless baby into short The host remedy for constipationis _
!l "If you would not mind trying to put When looking around to discover social PATICURA, because it
' .f clothes but the time for this operation moves
i'I tip with me and my Polly" eagerly i :grievances or to find subjects for varies much with the season and with the bowels easily and naturally 1862.:

; began the captain. I philanthropic work, why has no one the child. A large fat baby must have without irritation, griping or sick.

. I "Is Polly your wife?" she queried. I thought; of the hotel maids and waiters his clothes shortened earlier. He enln It gives strength and toneto McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

:'a. "Oh. no; she's the parrot" ? Their lives are hard for they can the liver and eventually cures. ,
not wear them long after he Is four
t The woman hesitated. I have long; hours and must be on duty Bold by all druggists o -DIALERS 1. 0
months old, and babe
a delicate
f both early and late. Their time off is puny
1:1 "I have always lived In the coun-I : must wear them until the weather Is

} try" she answered "but my brother i' 'taken in snatches, and they seldom get warm enough to make the change E. W. PEAKE ShIp Chandlery and General Hardware

died, and I thought I could do betterIn 'a whole day.A Electrical ,
without danger. Six months is an average contractor and builder,
: the kind lady observing this at a hotel aoa AND 005 a. PALAKOX.
city. I haven STHKKT.
to
money enough ,
It must not be however will do electrical
I age. forgot, your work in first-
go back-in fact, I haven't any at all." ukl'lllll'r husband to give hl.lI1onl- j class -...
. i that in sis months an Infant al- style and at reasonable; rate AGENOY
The captain looked at her and speed- !, ing paper every day to the man whowailt'll !raot doubles in size, and In makinghis He can be found at 30 South Palafox REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLJNO'S NOAH CO-t

;!ij fly grasped( the facts of the case. I{I at their table. The gratitudeexpressed first cloUi-s this must be allowedfor. street. Phone 203. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL&tION'SPCMPH.bUll .
showed how tedious the man ]
"I'm" mint old enough: to bo your fa- i found his idle time-when he was "on't1ut '| Long clothed at any age are nowadays ; ferdlE' Paul! 9ii! IiMlcjl IsifrinicJt ChrIs Iitken EhlitOOMPASHK9.
ther. he said ,
\.1 kindly, although he was ,
: only just long; enough to thor- CARPENTRY AND
but had nothing to do and noth- j
'1'" not :111.1 you must come right along,: : ousbly;:: protect the bet and legs. They'f t liOOS t.TCJ

:r3; and straighten up that house fur Polly lug to read.I do nut sweep to the floor even when i ELECTRICAL WORK !!i C. McKenzie Oertin:;:, Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent ASMciation.
. I book or paper to a chambermaid,
and me. First we will get some break- babies are on dress )Ilr:1I1"hat this I I ,
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ballboy or elevator boy la often moregratefully
: ." I IAn received than the ever wel-i sensible change of custom means to the !I Ring; up Pearl & Dolivp phone tfiO! l

I'1a..t hour later the captain unlockedthe I I come tip. | little one is past calculation. Many a if you have any carpenter or tltctri- THE GARDEN SECTION

hou e door. Poll.mudl. excited at i j 1 A little consideration as to unusual child has been dragged: out of existenceby cal work you want well done. t

the advent of a woman, swung anJsereunel : the long robes Uuglish: ; fashion Insisted I .
demands meets with equal appreciation. o- OX*-o
in her cage: I upon. Cleaning ladies sxirts and waist-
Any one who has traveled much is ODe of o-r spocialtins. Star I sun
"Captain ship ,
ahoy Captain ship I '
I flhoyr* I i and not kept his eyes shut soon learns | Uo'Wi't'M'II Hazel Nave.The dry. IPensacola Florida.,
i| that hotel work Is hard for those who i ido i
A week went by. and the burly captain I
only positive cure for blind,
m Mood his it regularly and continuously and If want a niCe to Near East Hill Electric
'" trimming :grapevineswhen yon present !give Railway Terminus.
1 soon becomes willing to be less exactI';; 'bleeding and itching and protrude
c't he saw a woman nf rather! generous I | to a friend, go and look through the
Ing and more aware of certain needs in :| ing piles, cut, burns, bruise, eczev.a j
" : proiMirtioiK( coming in at the i elegant line of suitable article* at
-. those who serve which cannot 1.(' suppJi''l1 and all abrasions of the "k ill.OI.'Witt's 1 Beautiful Lots for Sale.
front gate followed by a boy carrying | I, I. Stephens, y.u urely can find
by giftsf A little I is the only Witch 11 11Salve I
money. persoiial
. ; a large valise! lie kllethat this must i ibo loin"thins: to phase you. If you
interest Is worth much more in that Is made from the pure, I 40x137feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
,';;i'..; his I'ii"tl'rI'liwla:: from California j 'unadulterated witch hazfl-all nth- j want anything the Diamond linei ,

::r1' who could not attend hl'rol i-h'r's funeral j many caHPhiladelphia -dger. I ITbt" } ers areconntfrfeit*. Dt'WItt's Witch j i! be sure to see him before you buy. ing to location and surroundings.

r1: : on account of lime,. His spirits( : I i I I Hazel Halve I is made to cure-couni i]

'i ; rank lower and lower as he chinlieil j Irvin" (rotm. i j tf-rfeits are made to sell. Hariris l |: f udgin's, t fie [Eest fir 5e. I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

t the bad i The "iron crown which worked up j I Pharmacy John --
h stepsThe housekeeper Ilf j' Sheppard, Sidney i ii I High Dry Fertile Lands.
! had proved 'Iuit.t.It'an and wry 111.111'i;i the minds of the people of the middle i| 'Kahn. i i C.Lt.st"JonXA. ,

I lf trious. |1 ages to such an extent as finally to be- ( :
Polly was never happy: ( unless i $
eI' she was in sight. In !short his sorrow I j collie uu object of worship, i.., In fact, I OIlCF.. | t4 : The grandest opportunity for investment ever

1" for the dtotli of Sister Thcrev was I! a gold (crown the secret magic'of the I cffered in Fensacola.
name resting on the tradition that the 'I I have been authorized to take I I Inbricription9 i
now softened because of no lack of
.' ('reatufl'I"'lIIf.rls. Ii Iii1 inside ring of iron was: made from the for Wm. Jennings :! Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.
nails which '!i 'Bryan's: paper, "The Commoner. |I I thtHARPER
driven the
; In the little were through
, silting !
room Polly began I The price is $1.00 per year in ad-
::1 I n:1'ih.rl" llnin hands of Jesus at the time of the cru-!i! ,
;: One of the tints I vance. Those desiring the paper
' a viti ixi,, -V.Clubbs
acts of the new comer was to throw a j |can have it sent to them by sending .

i,,1 Loavy wrap over th., eiipro. I I 1'ut little is known concerning: the .dl.ooto the undersigned.!

"You'll smother her" said a quiet history of the iron crown until after I H, U, ROCHE.I Corner Garden and Brit Streets.

i It Tolee. "I'll take her out on the porch" I the coronation of Agilulf, king; of the I Care Daily :News
Lombards! it is I I
generally: ht'lie\'l'tllhat '
:\ "Who are you anyhow1 qu"th an Try Gunther's Candies WIISKYg! ".0. BKKNT, WM. H KNOWLfcH, W, K. lifER, JR., J. H. KEEHEPresident. !
,(; Irate female toice. "Where's the captain it was made for that monarch in the ; at.. ; Vlc -Premd<)Et. Ca+bler Atl't C..bler
, ?" year KM.; It was nsi l by Charlemagne: ]Solomon's.i .

y "Here I and by all the after emperors of Prance. ] -
,1 am. said that Individualweakly
J who were kings of the Lombards. Na-i i I 8-A-IJM-E--R. A L VK. r
; ; appearing at the tlt) )r. "I-wedidn't First National
. expect you. Melinda"ti 'I poloil! put It on his head when ho was '| 'he: mor t he'aihlzR1ttYIn tK..' I Ban],

: "I MIpIOSP not I came as soon as I : la lilac in I thl, saying, "Cod: hath I I wnrh- _

. given it to mu.." ..
could. Therese k--
left
< me all her things,
This cclcbrate-l! relic Is now in Na "
'i': you see. I QgPEKSACOLA.rLA.WM .
.dt The pies aiming the! state jewels. It was I fctf
captain 1'lUkl'tliout him much
amlz..1. captured awl tak'Mi by tlie Austrian* to I IVienna If You
t' I Have I:1FtHOTOIt.D.: :
iu ls.t; but was returned to italy 1 J !
l 1lbatthings? H. KNOWLE3. W. A. EI.. in IMUS.: lievrs
In tie xu-reil i ih"x
"'lIy. the housekeeping thilJ:: Youwon't D. O. BRENT
i' <[> of iron liisMp the crown point to ,
want to Keep house. You can
hoard" the fret that there Is Lot a -i"'l'k! of | i RheumatismURICSOL i

''r : "No; I won't board" protested the I rut upon it. although nearly S.'H.1; Physicians prescribe it rmi mnH E3fn n:1rWe '
1I1.1.-Ixl'hal1 n n I'
'
!.. captain. "Polly and me are comfortable I years : for their most delicate w5iKwcar tcr
berg""rent I
i right i

, you cannot live this way" A 3tllr/lt Qursllcin. rodoret'ahlosa! patients. I

t,, peated the California sister "You rl'-I: The small boy, a"l"II111Illt',1! l 1-y his you. It *l.o cures I Remedy Liver Kidney will cure and draw oar own Bills of Exchange on Ores Britain Ire

t l>e stolen from awl imposed ujion. fa Iltt'r:1:> looking! at the display; In' Modder diseases, caused by an e-ctss(.( OLD and PURE. Germany, Franca, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium .Rnbl: r
uric acid. It never lets and builds
Therese wrote nje that if she ever had |I the window! of a big store ou P.ro.idwsty. the health ant gtrTpti while mine It.up Fur fcjle byDannheisser way, Sweden Denmark find other European. countries.W' .
where all SVu.l for hook oi wonderful -----
ti go to come right on and break up manner of wearingtinners stamp ccrtificnies. -
t
t for you. So I've come." wvnoti exl.ibition. In one core Itiw, |1 pet txrttle. For Bate! Bros Vea5ela Disbursed upon the Most Fatcrrble Terms and tl! t
by druorit K Jruertst can net I
your Obligations Taken Payable at Port of naEtiraUon Ten
{5 The captain gazed at her, awestruck, nor NSS a great rack decorated with a supply y tI receipt of price. AdJrcea after Veaael Arrives there.
fascinated nt her il.iriiu. What woman ItHIlhirt ollcotion of mx-vs amt bear
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\'t" was this! even of his own blood, '1p.:;"ib* sign: "Half lios.. Half a I)ol- I Uricsol Chemical Co., Los AngeIesCa!, ..; EIUI. .'ltt;%CI1 MJHKDLI-K: .'Safety. Deposit BoxeR for Rent in Connectionwith

! who would so ruthlessly tl."lronil I la r. Dr the which we have & Priva partment for the UII

1 his comforts? The captain began; ; to The small boy studied it for a full lNBrnDswiiriCo.Jewrrlfan'La.Distributing Following Is the !schedule of the Renten.

r ; realize lie went out on to tile punch minll!!'. TUeu he called his father'sattention > -
rovernmentsteamer General French
M and brought) In the parrot to it. Agenti. .

't' "It's too sunny for Polly out there," Say, plop," he: inquired, "if half !hose I| .44 :I which TUE NEWS prints for the DR. KING'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

: he said.: "I never set her out until toward are half a dollar are whole hose a ;| oeneflt of the merchants who ship -

r' noon." whole! dollar heir goods to tie various army TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
, I' ,)Jeta: W. C. ROWS M. D.
; The quiet entered "I suppose so, laughed; the fatbl'r.tbolll1 .
woman with a cupof The Tonic Leave* He=f.col...__.___. ._. 1f)() ... m.iicores THAT COLD.
tea and sumo sandwiches. The visitor ; he well knew that the boy's par Excellence. : Karranraj...- _.___ 7:50 a. m. Office: KX! S. 1'alafox.Hoan .

, grew calmer when refreshed. mother had a pair in silk that he had Leaven Picking '....,,..?,?-___ Leaves liarraacai..._ __ 8:15..
"I will just get a little nap" she paid $4,Ob) for and which she insisted I *...vel feoeacola ___.__10:15 a. m.m. Cures Consumption.Coughs I and after 7 o'clock
Fait awning, "and then I'll begin atnce she had obtained at a bargain; 11t'CI'.1ie' Arrive rit rraDC s 11:10 a. m. and then ,

<> on Sister Therese's clothes and they were marked down from $;;. aakei to a IarrancA trip to Fort McKee and tben returns Colds, Bronchitis?, Asthma, I Plio-ao ODe

thins I can't spare any time that's New York Times. Leave Karraocas_____ II) p, m. PneumoniaIIayFeverPleurisy -
:.ea\"e+ Pickene.- ,_ __, _._ I:25p.m. .I
Slot mvc-sary. I'm nocrfiM nt home." races* IVB-ncola. __' .. __ 4:::111 ip. m. LaGrippe Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD
AS soon as the house became quiet All I'rllll"n. l l s r .eavt-s MckeD. .. "'n .m..u.__ 6:15 p. m. i ,
I A .. barrancas 6.30 acd Sore Throat ,
rn" p m. makci Croup and
the captain stepped! out on to the baeUtorfh. "You know" said: the woman suf (A \7lra i rip 10 )core and return. I ATTORNEYATLAW.I .

] Tilly, the quiet one was shell- fragist.! "they say 'the hand that rock The best so Cc.tJIsW.". rcmtly for On VXednt-'daysandH-iturday* the \Vhoopi Cou h. I -309 ThJeaen. Jiulldi-

lug Kas OH the top step. the cradle is the hand that rules the Malaria; an 'oat wiH leave Barrancas via Pick NO CURE. UOPAY.
"She wants me to go to boardlns world' I \ Cr : .Typhoid; Ins for Vt Diacola at 6:30 p. m. : Office Hour!?-3:30: a. &. to i'f fj tI
>l f'Mr- Price 50c.
and S 1. TRIAL
BOTTLES FREE I
Till;. "Uidictilousr! : cried Henpcck. "I'm I : trtltlen\t,kc The General French is for armyarposea j 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p, m.
.
"Yes. sir." 1 sure my hand il.x-sn't rule tLc won! 1." : Jt ) only and any outsider must i will repair your watches and I! Practice lo all state and federal' courts

"They wont have PUly In a U_r L. I ). take passage 01 ter. Stephens. I




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THE DAILY NEWS PEN3ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1903. .; '


fla
= ,,'Jaole.crlDe DI.dpU_ -

Don't try to make life too easy for the

True they will have lots of AN INSPIRATIONOriginal
cblJr: <'Il. ,- '
U'Oul.Io's in later life but the childish : -' tARE -
o
no.1 l-Jwns are a very good: prepa' '

ui.4.:?-. for the Elmssle: : that awaits each [ ] V'i

?.. at "CTownuiiilom." An undlsclJ' ilk name was John Jones, but as be THEY I

: ':"", ,'' i !...J grows Into an undisdulini wrote jilrys he adopted the nom de YOUR .
nuisance to nim1 KIDNEYS
| ': ,I.. : i>r woman a tiluni" of Err.ct, Montsomory. Montgoic .
.' .,' 1 to eu-ry one el>e.
"" : -:ry Is a lor::; name, end we shall
.Vi. "a tlirury now that children WELL P ;
1
Lan to reduce it to Monty, whioh I is
oIt Le uiade t.) get turns right; '
: : satins should: bu play los.sons.U. crnrifyirs:: to the romance of it. but

: of !iuf l h-suns bright: and attraciiii'ans. since LN wife called him ;[.onty there Unless they are good health is impossible. f f fl

,. :.!Il! They can't lie toe slu.uUl be no oJ"ciicn. lie wrote at ,

'.. lut tlo! let li'h.soiis be ltsousl tome with his study door 1 Ux-kc-d. Tills
[ lots of Every drop of blood in the body passes through and is filtered ,
> l lot' 1.1:1)'e encour- did net prevent his occasionally hearing by healthy kidneys every three minutes. Sound $

..:. ,i!\11 every help but itt the the baby; squall or bt-lLS cr.lled upon o kidneys strain out the impurities from the blood, diseased kidneys do not, hence you are sick. FOLEY'S KIDNEY I

: .. jc that If a thin; Is worth to leave :. dramatic sivue to go for CURE makes the kidneys well so they will eliminate the poisons from the blood. It removes the cause of the :

,: i:.1' It 1 Is worth doing well and many diseases resulting from disordered kidneys which have allowed your whole system to become poisoned.
a yeast cake.: lie Lad never succeeded .,

... :,,well always means takingThat In getting: a play acceptt-d. and the Rheumatism, Bad Blood, Gout, Gravel, Dropsy, Inflammation of the Bladder, Diabetes and Bright's Disease '

s. and many others are all due to disordered Kidneys. A simple test for l JI
racily! funds! were Tory low. Monty Kidney disease is to set aside your urine t'
in a bottle or glass for twenty-four hours. If there is sediment
Touch .( lark. a or a cloudy appearance it indicates that
s.iid that if ho could only get an inspiration your i

'I! ', .. en do not n-alizo the all the money would flow in like kidneys are diseased, and unless something is done they become more and more affected until Bright's Disease \.

of a touch of black in their I or Diabetes develops.
2L. \fater.
: _. :n>l. A gown that lacks FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE is the only preparation which will
Monty was at work on n play In positively cure all forms of Kidney and

iy b.\ rl' "t'funl by a knot which the heroine was cs spotless as Bladder troubles, and cure you permanently. It is asafe remedy and certain in results. I .'
\l't. A ms of pale pinks I

....'li, though; i.retty, I Is: not Cesar's wife should have been. She I If You are a sufferer take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE at
II once. It will make well.
,
charged with infidelity to
.irihin;?: may lit' touohtil up was falsely you .

snl it will not look like the her lU,1I:1II111y the villain of the play.Vhon I Some Pronounced Incurable? Had Lumbago and Trouble

..;' oC ttmrpo it Is a inls- \ the author came t.) the accusation Kidney

; '' "i i!>ucu black. That will scene, which with the proved Mr. G. A. Stillson, a merchant of Tampico, Ill., 'Hites: "FOLEY'S Edward Huss, a wellknown_ business man of SalisburyMo., vrifes:
I KIDNEY CURE is meeting with wonderiul success. It has cured "I wish to for the benefit of o
,l"IQ'-jll<-t a spft rosette Innocence of the l.uly. Intended for say others, that I was a sufferer from I
I ,-\v jiiitl f.ratfn:; end of I II I some cases here that physicians pronounced incurable. I myself am lumbago and kidney trouble, and all the remedies I took gave me no
I the climax: he was puzzled to know able to testify to its merits. I
My face is
triii t iil jr.>wn farivl with I today a living picture of health relief. I began to take FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE, and after the use of
JiM how ,frho would receive the stab. and FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE has made it such." three bottles I "
am cured.
\\ 1:1\ IM J")th uu'n'uc auJ I II
Would she! faint? Would rise hurl

back: the ('hnr;:.' with |M:
'.r t lot:' k'lilront. Monty was a careful studi.t of all
E> SOLD AND!: RECOMMENDED BY -t '
"f
t <'1'1'i-i n s !inre: hern j I the emotions Le portrayed, and he conceived r I i

r-is
for >:uiMitbin;; ll.it irons. I woman to a similar test In order to t
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1 I 11on the OIK! of. the ironing I observe her emotions. The only available 1 '1

: rd and the iiot iron iws-M-J I person was his wife. Mrs. Monty Arranging 1'iirnilure. j jLite i Arm lii Ar:,. \\ it'k u '1'4..1'1'. -IneMinute' Couh Cure gives a Yoa want a good rlauo tuner to ;

thive times the lhnturlllh'rs. well to do It rc..itHl: i.r >ir ld\vird I:1'\dforJ:
across
: v" or matter of fact woman with ; many relief in one minut, btciu-e it kills; stay in l'el5acjla, still you holdback
was a
..."u: care not to touch any hous-keiit'i's tuv stnu'jillujith the! that he: i>iicc walhtllurw i.i arm. s.o to tin- microbe which tickles toe mucous 'I

it may be exuJius; from theCooking | not a spark of romance in her nature, prnl.ll'I1 of making what I is essentially : s;>iik. with a tigress! lie was out menibran-, cau-ing the cough; :your crdfr. !Send it in. I have .

and had no use for her husbands literary formal and ]ei fuuctory "'look j.loas- : bhuoiii a 11111.' always a feailess spurtsman. ) and at the same time clears the had 20 years' experience and hare

q------ works except for the money nut." If the formal room is of the high had conn tu ilnse quarters with phlegm draws out the inflammationand worked in several piano factories.

Od..ra.If lit was hoped they might bring. Still and narrow type) t"'t'rJthlu should: he I his quarry.( He lired. and either the heals. and soothes tht affected Orders left at Johnson's book store

you want a Imilttl dinner and she was a woman, and all he wanted done to make It appear low and wide. ball failed to Like cfictt or hut slightly : I part strengthens One the Minute lungs Cough, wards Care oil will be attended to.

t111t'1I of it \ such tall wounded the animal. She
want to dine on the to know was how any woman would Avoid vertical lines: us sprang piieumouia and is a harmless and CHAS.V.. PRESSLEY.
'on-hand tie a I'ieceIt charcoal in pieces of furniture overmantels or nt him and seized his left arm aloe
net under the circumstances. lIe re- never failing cure in all curable

u l.t: of muslin and put it In the kettle solved to try experiment on her. old fashioned bookcases. Even such a the elbow: The pain uu&t have been eases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. L S fill iffA .. i .. .. _

vr.ih the cabbage. If you have a piece One day after the arrival of the postman trifle as a picture wire running upward terrible, but Sir Edward kept cool One Minute Cough Cure is pleasantto uuuNICK'S y

if corned beef to cook that Is slightly Monty called sternly for his wife to a point has its share In rendering and rc'alizinthat;: it would be deathto take, harmless; and good alike for

t11: itcil.! do the same thinn and the the She came the height of the walls noticeable. drag: his mangled arm away and allow -I young and Old. Hargis i Pharmacy,
to come to study. up
tit-:it will be thoroughly: sweetened.Till with her sleeves rolled up to the elbow Hang the pictures! right on nails about her to spring. : afresh at him. he deliberately John Sheppard, Hidney Kahn. .:

five feet from the floor, and you will walked a few agonizing
in her hand and in nogood I
rolling pin
,} BK4T liAXATIVKI a humor at being interrupted concentrate attention on a low position paces until his comrade was able to STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ t L*
,
instead of on a high one t.ke elm and kill the brute. Thus his
for if lar lIret:" I
not too
} pood you yourboweU
i Tin lo not put too much or too heavy <"urg: <.' saved his life, though: the am- I. N. ROUEKS, Manager.will .
are slavish. HEST LAXATIVE \Vhy what's the matter Moutyr"flenil
furniture into cramped quarters end If !I putntionIf his arm ut the shoulder
H a medicine that moves the
thatr'Mrs. :
and withat I r>o;;sibl,s place It so as to correct the I proved necessary. make regular trips between
.weU easily naturally, -
Monty took the note he handed | J>('n acnla. Point Washington and .-
. Irritation, griping or sickening'fct. I proportions; of the room. Nearly a I I -
her and Monty fancied her on thestage. Freeport. Leave Baylt'lIftrept R TAURANT
A medicine that strengthens oT V.'Hil nrnok i'rt.ct.Ilavithorr.e .
: third was taken a Inns narrow room
She read the accusation. mnSunnn'rs. I wharf Thursday at C a. rc. and ar
mu cles of the L.welilltn1 tonesu It about !eMTibi an ideal
I by setting a small\ divan across
rive at Freeport at 6 m.m''l day.
friend of h 'r husband lrrak-I p.
up to a point where they will a four f"'ft from the wii-clows at the end, fast as i-ons.xiin of Lot cakes Leave Frteport Tutsliy at C a. in. I
'. the work intended whom she did not like, advised Monty
nil a; nature with just room enough::; to pass around i In-lit roast i' 'iatats, fresh oiled eggs: and arrive at Pi-n' ato'.a: (i p.m. came -

Vi, '.nit' : any iricdlcine assistance.ha is .HEPATICU- to watch her and with he would Andy Maxwell find: that It. As this hIIIuo Lack it could be sat j jupon and coiTee. '1 he piece tie: resistance of I dl: }'. Fare, round trip, $5; one WJY.
> she was intimate
this Ireakf-i is the Irook: trout. liispte $3. 12ulmCASTOn.I.A.
from either bide or the cushions!'
I kL\ I* embraces; all the above good a friend of her husbnnd whom she did I DAILY MENUS
..s brides not havin? a bad her she read Iyi!';: Iwc-e at one end could be piledtoKetl.iT t>f all the efforts of fish: cultur-
watched
like. Mouty as I Ms. tin wild brook trout remains the : .
in-itlipr bitter nor sickening under the head of a reclining
!- and saw a thundercloud gather on her lIt r.ir.d Ksa Hate Comprise all the Up-to-
Alosts; &*&
n, -Sold by all dru he said to himself "I Date Dishes \
brow. "Now the Markets -
Cultivated trout taste too perceptibly ?'

shall' :get; something definite." And he GIve niP ItubI'lrntjr of Air. of liver to be a food greatly desired. S..natllhoI1z: ..L.t! of the World t

did. One: of the commonest faults in the The wild trout that springs: in his native Afford. I ILadies' .
11V'3 G DIRECTOHY he said solemnly "what I
) "Margaret,
handling of babies. is depriving them mountain stream is far superior to

have you to say to that?" I of fresh air In the belief that all they any cultivated fi.*lt. Cook it in the simplest SEND YOUR ORDERSto
"What have I to ? It is true, every -
say dipping it in oil salt antilK'l'il'r
manner
OF PYTHIAS. need is plenty of warmth. They are Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I
word of It" I and broiling it over hot coals Private
compelled to breathe for eight or ten electrical work. Repair work a

rl'n.a oiila Lodge, No. 3, K. of P., Monty turned white as a sheet and hours tli3: exhausted air of a closed up Servo it Mmply with butter and slicesof \ gpeciulty.

meets Monday evening staggered back. bedroom or, worse still of a coveredcot. kmou.New York Tribune. Dining Parlor.j- ;
every
true?" she continued
"And why is it
at 7:1)0: at Castle i all, .
In the Bloant. WaUonKnlMlng fiercely. "Because I have been driven I
I. t third floor. she 1 The baby should always be kept in a Blue Island, 111., Jan. H, 191)1.
husband. "Read this!? CHURCHNOTICES.
Bulling brethren cordially to it by my place! where there Is free communication .!

,r welcomed J, A. LYLE shrieked plunging her hand In her I wit] good fresh air. but protected JIes r3. Ely Bros-I have used Regular Dinner Daily. ."

::0.::,!" H. HOBSLKB lJ.C. liosom and withdrawing a note. "I I of course from drafts. Never cover th' your Cream Halm in my family for J

K. K.
be avenged;: upon"you, aud now that revenge -I greatest care should be taken that bt-d- family: doctor for colJs; in the head.I clergy or those having in charge the Sh ort Orders Promptly _

lEtii.n I..It 1 gn No. 13 has come. trembled that he rooms and slipping rooms of childrenare I \ it freely on my children. It i ia is publication of church service notices Filled. Mftht I or Day. <

t c v ;rll . ,, could scarcely crn: p note, :
il' : 'inn r I'ttlafox and (inrdoniu. The majority of throat lung, bronchial
:, : .; KnlKht-cordmlly, Invited.J was too stricken to read It. His wlfo and tubercular diseases' which are s
". \LUEKTJO1INHON' C. 0.li. took it from him and rt'H1It to him. It prevalent! auong children are due to I J. KIMIULL.Messrs. in order to insure their insertion 'Olllllllh.YOIl'U flud It at '.

r A H. was from a nuiiian who consented to the failure to supply them with good Ely Ilros :-I suffered in the proper position in the Nick

an assignation lie had evidently propos.1 fresh air. I greatly with catarrh and tried different paper. Apostle'sPopular .1

It had I'tM-n manufactured by .
Iarhh III" lsig" ", \,,. ao, 1ut r remedies without effect. At- -- Restaurant. '
/:.>nip one for a purport'. for there was A llaiitljr 'DAbloh.
I 'I 1,1111! .K St). SO, Knights of I i I lPr uintt (ne bottle of your Cream
II. III', ..t. every lliuixlav even- I lit) truth in what it rbargtM.; Hut what A IUlallihion that comes In handy Balm I found relief and I cannot J. N. ANDREWS i 4Ti
:it,111 tln-ir ('Hstl il'll! >nintUaUon I II' I II worth that hi* ,
in
I building,Mmtti'll was his innoivute now : to tuck hi at one's back when sitting praise too highly: such a remedy. j. ;,

'' I it,ix nfl (itrilen .streetH I| wife; had confessed: ; hi-r guilt? Life I an nrmthalr: is made: of a loosely! Miss CORA WII.LAKD, I MMMMAI, r\ ..f,
I ..
.
I,'.. art cori'l.illv wi'lcomed. 'I IIL was turm-d into a horror. His home stuffed center of 'i1k. This is about Albany, N. V, v1* Headquarters for 0* - 3 8
i
\LL'IIOS.C. C. was destroyed. lie saw himself and eight inches in diameter and not at all

1>ill <. I his wife glaring: at each other in a dl- tl.k-k.}: Around this a pulling; of silk SEWING MACHINES.REAL iI i : '

I vorcecourt, f'shting for the 1'0O"I'o"ion: : is placed. A circular piece of scalloped [udgin's, 'file Sfsjvr oc. I :: G. ?W//alii: & Cs, ;

their child and heard the little cither white serves as It
I. O. O. F. of poor I linen, or ecru ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT
cries because she could not have The white decorated with
thing's top. tops are '- -- .

1% n.'wIII.t l.iige n.I both her i'ai\:i and mamma. Then at yellow buttercups, if the silk cover of IS: C1uth I'alafitx Mreet. INSURANCE I .1' :

1 'lur' ,I"v evening at 1.1: at List. he was: dying; alone in a hospital, the pillow! be yellow, or with violets It HEAD ACHE I"'1

,- West Intendencia btreet.re with no one to pres his hand or look green or lavender silk is used for the : AND

a cordially tn.It"d. love's parting): Into his eyes. cushion top. The scallops are far apart MEN AND WOMEN !
'r
.
< .1!o'JS.: N. U.N and .lf have bUD l
wife
I "Both
10 Secretary.AMERICAN: "Monty," rried his uife, "for heav and deep and they are fastened down using CA mJ:.CAKK'lS aud my they are the brit I tREe I'm Bin U for unnatural i REAL ESTATE, ,

en's ! ;
[ I was telling! : Andy that 1 ; to flare out between. The ecru ...&( my wife was frantic with headache for s.t..U1otoe. mucous niembranei.Painlni .
a put up jl' ; : flntings two Jay.. she tried some of yourCAbCAKETS Pr.,,.,.t"M1' and Dot ailrm- d
GUILD. you wnuted an inspiration and you tops are embroidered in gold thread and the relieved the pain in her head almost as ThLEVASCH1MICAICO. gent or pomunuus. "i I :

I have be.'ii telling; him that you wantedto I and oriental silks., I I Immediately.! We Cms.both recommend STETIEFORD C&scarels.' CICINMATII $old by DrniKlaU. Partial List of Desirable [ ''.
Dwellings \
IVii.arol.i t.s.a. or sent in plain wrarr
No. r 07. 1
Chapter know how a wife would act when I PittsburgSafo & Uepobit Co., Plttiburg Pa.Pe bf vxprtM. prepaid, fur for Kent in Various >
Parts
%FR. I'. LINBES'TKCTII.retary : falsely al''I1oJ.III'Y put the two together I $100, or S bottlr 1:1.73.: -I, :
t'n'It'IIf'a. I Circular Scot en request of the .i
Ciovernor.K. City:
and Li id the plan of fooling you I f'j
.
the Email -- .
It Is a good plan to use ,
with that note I drew on you. I've HARTIC UJ,00-2'r6tory boiw, containing I! rooms, 1 -. \ J
fringed serviettes for breakfast and ail modern conveniences bath
OF L. had in pocket for a week but on j
it my for dinner. These upppr and lower Boon, corner lot. 'It
the plain linen ones .;
A
hadn't the heart to use it. The note Dice yard and BhrubbiTj,.itnblo. out
latter should be lightly ironed over % houses, etc, No., 714 .rau; l.altua i
I J.
I w .Acsembly No. 1.105.; you cave me made me mad so I could' ttrrrt. ;
,
; about the third time they are going to $OIVIJED These tiny Capsules sre superior'to <('
'I do part. Now you've got an inspiration :15.00-3-&tory boarding/ bouse, containing t
MndaylnChnOfltb.H. TUARP. my be used, which makes them look quite Balsam of Copaiba: 29 rooms known at tie Ponce do ,;: .f.
W. P. ,
it on paper. Leon hoUBa. ..So.
put 110 Kant r(
M UN-VKLI.. M. W. dl'li"l'rinhers..lf fresh again.: If, however the finger Cvbeb and Injection. DY 1 clastreet. Jnleudeu'p
While Mrs. Monty was I
j .
Secretary.The napkin has become slightly soiled, do They cure in 48 hours the t3VW: -A dealrable 2-story modern dwpIIInK .
of u is, Monty was gradually to stamp I "nt. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do 7 mOUdl'hlrabl@.tloDoltbe ...
-T-- -- coming to himself. Before she bad finished not iron It, as this only serves Good Never Sicken. Weaken or Grape.| lOc. 2iIc.500. stD9CHICKiESTER'S Iseeq O '1th'Ilt ny n'Ou.0. city on a corner on the Street car :

in the dirt ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... swas. \ "II" I. j IQI.GrIttC.r 1I0e. VJNorth Jlarcelonn Street it t
they were locked in each oilier'sarms 8.orll. a....' (_pu,. Beer and Monty was sobbing like a lied Shoe. ioverninent fronting !SevilleHquars Street So. 3') East .4. .1
lift DIP Sold and gimrsntpul: by all drug. I
woman."Tlteres. To make bed shoes lay a stocking 'TO' (itutotlUKJobaecoUablU {:Comfortable new 2-story modern .
ENGLISHEHHYRQYAL
That nothine to put, on paper. I i of eiderdown cloth for 01l'elllnK.1I rooms VKrydvelrable tectlODGfthe .fjl'
Madej foot on a pIece PillS city, Situated on North :
was crushed and didn't say a word. a pattern. Cut long enough to come up ------ Hay lea between Strong and betioto 0 .
..
"But you felt it till." I ankle. Crochet a narrow '-' 'AFE.s .Original' .... ..and'..".Oitlv I...|t.raulnr... ) streets. '
well round the ;fe. lr* >r rr |.5.0i>- 'htory dwelling In good order :
"Yes but I could never transcribemy the and run In an -c br. fiiuiif-MhK'o... f.liLIJIJt.tI ;: .. H rooms three doors from tbe with
!AItI!I !mn r AM U UI I edge; round top Kt. II bold lsm.Iie bet 4 bell
I ... Ilne.baq and
feelings Besides they dou't fit my The shoes -' .. '..nbtooo.l.b..t.... Rrfkl gas eater throughout,
ribbon. .
elastic or narrow .,,. '.J, ......... ..u .IIt..D.. sa4 1..1... No gloNorth Barcelona Street
I .... .. ... .
play. can also be made from two thicknessesof lv. tt..... Buy f j I do : Partfritlwp....... T.t1.aI&. .. .. tiatb gas, with larKe corner lot, No. .
Write play they .'
: a tCo ,
"Yes, you can. flannel with an interlining of \ 4 hvllrf fur I to nr -
outing f. ... va West XVright
W.ll. I... .. ....._.*... SJ s, street. .
I'fit Now, Monty, dear, go to work at cotton wadding. ""-___ ....,,:.:. I bl.-ae.tcr4 k _lr.l ('.. $1.7O-1-storyde1iIog.5roorn; ,, newly pa. .
I' .. ...... .
5.tI.sOa.r.: 'l.di..s HUILA I'* pered and painted throughout,
I while it's all fresh. oa
VICTORIA once belt line. No. l1F KailJreorrw .,,... ,
"Sweethcait," said Monty, holdingher --- -- -- -- 115.00-1-story dwellln g city wat; dbtb: : 1

W >IE )15V ACME BREWING CO. off tragically and looking her over The Easy Pill. CHOICEST 7 b""nUtul rooms half ibad.Lick. trees of z ground, o. 11 with Last .i

Rbr with an infuse admiration he had DeWitt's Little Early Risers do Cervantes street.. .
IO-CKXT HOTTLK BKIU |l.V>-l-story dwelling ifo 415 East ) I
never shown her before, "I believe not gripe nor weaken the system. -OF- rooms, n<"" Gregopal'nted :r ,
papered and
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. you've hit the bullseye. Leave me They cure biliousness, jaundice, .

and if I am shut up here a week without constipation and inactive livers, by Ill.OO- o.6U East Belmont street, 6-rOOQ1 .i' '
BROS coming out don't disturb me. My I arousing the secretion, moving the f FRUITS AID COlE n ECTIQIERI( 1 1AT cottage 10 perfectorder, city water. newly pa1nled, .. I '
and ,
effectually, SlO.IO-o. IOU North t.
41 A/caolz
( : bowels gently yet
'XfS FOR THE CELEBRATED third and fourth acts must be writtennow atrbet, a DeW' i' : '
house In t
and strength to the good Order with 1\ .
such tone IWIIJI.nelmont
I I. and the play fitted to them afterward !giving the stomach, liver and 110.00-:0.0. WI Ea..t. i. street, city i I j ... "
f of 4.
Harper f 1iitcy.M. ." glands water a neat s room cottage newsy ;
of the trouble C. APOSTLE'S
bowels that the cause painted and renovated tbroDBhout
When "The Reconciliation by Er- I -No.10Ka.t LaKoa q. 1
is removed entirely. These famous R. TAYLOR street a nt'aUy
C. '
nest MonqolU'ry-that play that made decided tonic effect papered t-rooui cottage la good con J I
little pills exert a U East Goremient St. dition,large lot.city water I.' t
L. }{,'lu*e--lOI8. Palafox street. Algernon Christy famous-was put on upon the organs involved, andif A large list of smaller dwellings, ai well :. i j'.
Rr. both of the third is continued for a few Artistic Shoemaker, ai a number stores aid offices UK j. .
F.lchange-Opp. Union Depot. the stage at the close their use Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stan KE.ST. c!r ,
and fourth acts there was not a dry days there will be no return of the THOS. C. WATSON & CO. :
P ,
0. n. John FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. Oae car-load of Pineapples at 11.71to
)); ,i. Pensacola Fla. trouble. Hargis Pharmacy
it
eye in the house. The playwright dozen. Lekllnc Real Estate. Rental and loinranc-,-'
Phones 116-2C8. now rich. F. A, MITCHEL. tiheppard, Sidney Kahn. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox: St. $2.00 per Agents Bontb ralHox Btreet.: :fi

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ESTABLISHED 18W;.
FOR PENSACOLA
(.tend a' the Post Office tPeoMOol, SHORTJ5ESSION
yi fc.eoond-eU. mailer
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OfficePitt'i BnlKUng.. tll} Booth goalies Bros.INSURANCE
.f Uftfoz street, ap-ttalr SEVERAL IMPORTANT MATTERS A VISITINC NEWSPAPER MAN ,


THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. TAKEN UP AND DISPOSEDOF SAYS COMPLIMENTARY .


Ttrmt: Invariably in Advance. LAST NIGHT. THINGS OF THIS CITY. .'
fit Tar by M&1J-K 00
A rontbs .. -- __ 1110
Oa. Week,by Carrier Payable Monday 10
: J AND
lirtrtiting Rates Furnished on Application In regular monthly session last Two weeks ago Mr. J. M. Keeny, jtift

night tbe council disposed of a lot Jr., of Indiana, arrived here for tbe REAL ESTATE
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
of business. purpose of getting out some descriptive -

The tax assessor's petition for an matter for several publications.He I 30i !South Pulafov Str.-vt.

UNION BABE increase in salary to $125, was reported is a man of wide experience in T''' ;

favorably by the ordinance the newspaper line, having been editor Phone 22. PEXSACOLA." .

I and engrossing committee and the of the Crawfordvilie, Ind., Star,
PB38AOOLA PE3 )9, 1903 -
,
increase was allowed. Danville, Ill., Evening Commercial
!
------ --- City Attorney Jones was presentand and has also been corresponding GENERAL AGENTS!
WK pray you Senator Quay unlock I rIt
let reported that the sum of (51220 secretary for the Idiana Editorial -
blocade and
that statehood The

the canal treaty through.. _. was necessary to pay for the new Association.The feeds the hair Equitable
-- node which had been compiled and NEWS reporter caught him in
JUDGING by his appoints of official -

p
4 has decided that as a politician allowed. for his impression of the city He the hair. That's why it makes the hair grow, stops falling

onr governor I Is no slouch. Report of the comptroller in printed said : "I have written north that I hair, and keeps the scalp free from dandruff. It always restores Of the United States

THE weather is us caprecious as form was received and accepted. I think the best place for investment I II! color to gray hair, all the deep, rich color of early life. I1ENKY U. UYDi; Foamier,

I And it Is an elegant dressing. st.oo a totua. j. c. AUK co.. LOW.U. vu.A "
Alderman
s- the mind of a boy.: In three day it Reilly introduce an in farm and fruit lands b here on 'Strongest in the World.
t'i Hair Tlor stepped my hair from filing when It wu 10 bad yon conld let mj Kllf.
has gone from almost summer tern- ordinance making it unlawful for I the gulf coast. The press of the, mud 11 mad new hair com in,thick end bw?."-M K8. W.U. H.t.rulfl'autou.Ohio.I .

_ per.Atura to freezing and back again persons to jump on or oil moving North is taking great: interest in the --- -- ---- ---- : WHY NOT THE BESTS

to warm aud pleasant; but variety trains. This ii a timely ordinance, I South and Is anxious for informa I I For Over Slimy 1 ears -
Is the fepLe of life. PENSACOLA MAN j
and its early adoption is seeded to tion. They have, a? a rule, an mo- MRS. WISSLOW'8 tltarrniFeitvatr: ba

t BENATOU W ELLI (irOX haslramecl prevent people from being hurt by neous impression of this coast, I. been used for over sixty years by ralilionsol TtfEI >> MERG1TS>>
WEDS mothers for tln-ir children wbile
a bill which proposes to make it un IN MOBILE teething
jumping on trains indiscriminately.The thinking it a malarial, swampy with perfect 6ccce.8. It soothes the child,
lawful for uUe to have
any person
contract with the electric country, with sandy ridges and low- softens the ganinallays ftllpttln.cures wino i TRANSFER GO.
more than< $10,000,000. That is all oollc, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. I'

right but it don't go far euough. It lint company was read and passed lands infested with snakes and alli- Yesterday afternoon's Mobile Item It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately. I I

should also make it the law that no without alteration. Sold by l'rugglblsluOYl'r7 j Having been awarded the contract
The has been traveling
gators. public contained the following: I of the world. Twenty.live cents a bottle'I for carrying the U. S. Mail, betwr a
one should have leas than $1,000- Every member promised to comply inland and not seeing the beautiful I "Mr. Edward of He Bare you ask for"M rs.Winslow'a Booth' ttheL. & N. Depot and Post Office
000. with the of j j Sidney Naylor Ing, !yrap, and take no other kind. I and also the exclusive bajnrafrpprivIffre -
--- proclamation King
highland lying between Peusa- Pensacola, and Miss Edna 8. O II I on all trains entering tIe city

TUB Utittd Stated Senate is makIng Priscui, which commanded the cola and Mobile, for instance. united in I we are prepared to trall-f..r birgii:
were marriage yesterday CHIPLEY LIGHT INFANTRY ,
enquiries of the president about of the and pas-eIJi-IS to and from all n -
council do
the Isle of Pints. The point the presence to him "You in Pensacola need good afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of MILITAKV IJiLU i Ms, residences and trains, day
). v senate is trying to get at is who is honor. streets and less repairing with oyster -I the bride, No. b! North Hamilton Monday the 3rd inst, will be military I .

running the government there; but Mayor Junes was authorized to select shells, a good system of sewers street. The ceremony was perform I day during the Mardi Oaas Carnival Prompts t Reliable Service G sraclecl,

Iota of people would ask first if it was a committee to entertain the and asphalt! and cement idewalks'l'I ed by Rev. D. A. Planck, of the i and as a wind up for the days' I I'I We also conduct a Freight Delivery

>'t the Isle of Piue trees or Pine Ap Wisconsin visitors, who will arrive ''You have a fine Jackson Street Presbyterian: church, festivities the Chipley boys will give '1[ Bu i int'?"-haul pianos, safe,
machiui-ry and furniture
at Reasonable
ples. Saturday.: I one cf their delightful military j -
magnificent ystem of water works ; I and only the relatives aud intimate: I Prices.
balls. The various committees are I i Telephone your orders to F. H.I .
a marvelous climate, and
w SENATOR MOKUAN determined' Better than Gold. every con friends were present. Mr:and Mrs. hard at work and promise to entertain I Pou's Livery Stables, Phone 31, or

Stand against the Panama canal resembles "I was troubled for several years dition that appeals to the man from Naylor were the recipients of mauy their friends in grand style. Mr;. H. H. Hallmark's, Residence
} Phone 351.MERCHANTS.
f
' b \V. J. Bryan's continued opposition with chronic indigestion, and nervous the north-if yon can only get him handsome presents. The young The program and committees will i iba

to the gold standard. The debility writes F. J. Green of announced later.
here. couple left last night for Peusacoli, I TRANSFER CO..
cherished of both thee Lancaster N.H. "No Admission oO ,. I
}plans men remedy helpedme also cent Ladies free
"You need more civic pride; where they will reside." I MRS. H.H. HALLMARK .
Prop.HAKUV
: g4 have been turned down by the until I began Using Electric Bitters
American people, but still they kelp which did me more good than j more talkers for the farming coun- Mr. Naylor ,is employed at the! It will Surprise you-Try It. : HALLMAUK, Transfer Aft.;

_" up the hopeless fi 'l.t. all the medicine I ever used. They :j try, fewer knockers and more boos navy yard and will make his huute It is the medicine above all others I L..t N, K. It. t'o.,I'.and V.A A. Inv.

have also kept my wife in excellent !' ters. Any town in the (Southwest at that place. I i fur c-itjirrh and i h worth its weight I
IT sometimes pays to go flow and _____ ___ I II[ in gold. Ely's Cream JJ thin does nil) !
, health for years. :She; says Electric country with the tenth of jiur advantages II I that is claimed for it.-I*. W. Sperry, : THE
q d not gel ia a rush, especially when a Bitters are just splendid! for would ELY'S Iio.iiri CREAM: BALM i is an I j i Hartford, Con II.'Iy .
be the
p talk of the
crowd is rushing fur the dour a; I female troubles; that they are a i old friend in u new form. It is prepared : ',; son wn ..IH'cted with! catarrh.
they did in 1l.!clue, \\':"., the other world. Your puople are cordi il j fur the particular benefit ofj i j He u-ftl P.h's cream 15i'm! ana the, llf-RW G
I tonic and !
grand invigorator weak ijijE"lwlt"a
I rullerers from nasal J dis'iri ..ibli (wml
I day at the uuditi/nuia when f.-om enougl. to the stranger but thEY j' catarrh who .re ( i ) catarrh all Itft him- mm
run down women. No other medicine J. C. i
U'ed' t.) mi atomizer in spray iutllH OiaHf'atl, Arcola, Ill,
eo slight a cause us the breaking can take its pi ice in our fami dou't talk up their country enough.; creased m'-nibraiie;:. All the heal-1 II The Rd'ndues n.'t iintatn and I

dowu of a beat the audience was ly." Try them. Only Me. Stti-Lic- Half of them don't take the pains to hug and southi.ig rrop-ruM of Cream: j i cun-e n *zinr.: S. 11 by Klv: Krotiir iIr :11111H.tail
thrown iLto a panic and several ) non guaranteed: by \V. A. D'Alem- liilni are retained in the new prep- Waiirii street, New Yolk. i i: (; nicer.
.
investigate the possibilities of your ur.UH/n. Ii des not dry Uj; toe
were severely injured by being i i
persons bertp, 121 South Pahfox street. I SHcretions. Price, iiiduding graying HI\I% ('.\Hn.l:; nm
la trauii-ied! upon own soil for various fruits, garden i tube, Ti cents. At your diu<- MILITARY lAUD WARRANTS. 1J

'Ii '''ii. I I"t NEW PATROL tuth and fur the stuck industry. I gi-t's, i>r Ely ISrothfr-;, W5 Warren ;. Family, Fancy and Staple
IT is learted Jrotn the New York: .street, New York, will mail it.
liaioti More money for the factories and ; :'" PAID persons tilling who !! Groceries
; Woild that von Hull ubeu'i. l ?< <
'\ : \ 00 bas: one wl'pthfr I buv
:"l.fi,? i was recalled ou aCcc UIt of charges 1 WAGON\ NEEDED : shops nUll less for carnivals would be''I ANTS LEGAL Vt, not. H. K. KFLLKY.Kansas ,or and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy

. ) i that he urged a ceitaiu braLd ofj I i,.ji policy that would bring prosju rity : Iv.v!: City, Io.. U nd".
_
: wine to be ussd Miss Alice Roo e.1! ii
i1J by
i less play and more business is what We arc Sole Distributors for West
't i nIt in the chiistenitig: of tne Kaier's -- + One of the and !1 SEPARATIONMrs. FOR SALE Florid for
greatest most urgent is really needed here' the Celebrated Cafe dai
i 1 yacnt Meteor f-erves him riJht. I i Monde Coffee, Sweet: Home Molisi : .
( lie should have been how much necessities of the police depart-I I "The newspapers are better than -- i IIlini and Climax Flours, 15lyln" ,

:rlfJj" more appropriate for tho occasion ment is a good patrol wagon, the patronage accorded them. Z. P. Ryan yesterday afternoon The Costumes Used in j;, Delicatessen/ German A'.mBrican; i
:, Food Un. ;; Canned Meat. Etc Alt
f.f&! would have been a bottle of beer. i ii not to be had at present in Pcnsacob. II i "Another thing. Yon need began an action for legal separation last Year's Carnival I of which are fold by all Hr t-cla--

.it5 I The right front wheel of the f.lC-1 H. Retail Grocers in the city.
) husband W.
' IF tho.e philanthropic legi.\ltors'\: I tory hands ; and with the ad from her Parade.

," .' in Alabama and several other state present; conveyance is badly breken of harbor aud timber and climate Ryan who disappeared so mysteriously ;I <>02.
'I j'ire I who have secured the 11.lsage1 and it is not a safe undertaking to aud health, you have the chance of I several yeirs asro. Ryan, it These costumes arc in excellent -\

t bills pioutbitiugchild labor in the load many persons in it. The attention -
a century. Do away with the will be remembered, left her f-ud-
) factories ill keep on in well doing: I of the was called to this condition just they\
mayor
!I' I knockers and all turn boosters. denly and has never been heard

,'tl I$ compulsory and provide attendance Miilicit-nt schools so that with nil evil this morning and he promised "For myself, I had rather live in from. Its is upposed that! he hid thing to wear at Iris Jlfnjesly's \ Pressing ClubFOR

$iix 1 those children for whom they areo t,) take: up the matter at the next Pensacola than any place in the I taken up his residence in Cub but Grand Ball February i

council meeting. While the session whether he is alive or not has never 24 1003- We wilt sell \
tJ' solicitous shall not be allowed to world. There are more beneficial) one GENTLEMEN.One .
!i r1. grow up in ignorance and idleLeithey : -, I h amotttn distant it i is thought theprt'eut been stttled. He i N thought to beholding to
] days in a year here than any placein or more any person until
po.-ition on
t will rouud out a meritorious uu- wagon can be made to serve I a government
,: dertakiug. that time, although it is quite a America. The skies are bluer, the I the island. they are closed out- slpply Dollar Per MonthIn

(h1. -- risky; undertaking.: sun brighter, the air tweeter aud I, Other actions: for divorce as filed at once toC1iAS. i

::I-I: CEDAR KEY, FLA., has awakeneito purer. Surely the L:>rd Almighty I ye-terdiy WHO from the following: Advance to Membership.Clothes .
,1:1: the uecfs-lty for orgmizej and I A Cure FOP Lumbago. Kamtul l Lee vs. Kill Lpe. LeBdRO.V, I Cleaned
'" has done lot for but and Prf">d
a a1
'r' ) systematic endeavor for the !advancement ', \\'. C. William;:, of Amherst, Va., you your peoj i Eats Howard vs I'.erticHoward.. Chuinran lluildinG Coni.\\i often as desired. Your Cloths"nt *--
>
h of her material interests, i ears: "For more than a yf-arlfuf- pie are disposed to let it go at that. | Carrie Uroxton vs. Uains Uroxtou. ii for and dfliventd. Call at

orf A Board of Trade hajue: ben 1'--1 fcr,'d tram jumba;.::o. I finally tried "Reach out and try to do things j jatd --- -- --_ iI i !OJi South Palafox aud Join th-
Chunber.ain': Pain Balm and it SIK Ilia .?, AI It MON.R"iftilar I Club.
-l1l tablifh c" Composed the bu- the of the I I
Nuth
gave me entire relief, which all moneyed mtn {
t 1",:'1 men of th It city. A* the Crd.tr | other rtin di( s hud failed to do." and East will soon rush here to take j ''a,," ..'to''1 ciu'flivp c.f La'Jius' Flail Hirs! a veci..Hv
i Key OuU Coaster ,.ay-. of th-e met I\ Sold by all druggists and medicine '' 01 2'fflctf'ur Lei'n C"tnm' '
yir'.t, t "They have made a .-.Ut'Cf'to-f their I; dealers. part in the enterprise When the! i' tjjii" ?, Xu I. Knight= STOLE I If Yuurs for Neatness
J ''B i|lrHilplar.{ at 7-'J I' p.'m.I .
. buIlseaad we feel sifu in'placing I timber is all gone, which is a matterof i ,.. i
t.! own We will I iX ftN;] \Iimday. Fit b 2t.j .
launder tot I G. W.
< your aprtaas IRWIN.Hot
;1 jf yr 1 in their hands the developinent t5 cent? each and make them Ions ouly a few years, it is at once apj i j ..SSS: ..\. o"It lid \ -it4ti"n bv (I.i f GOLLf\RS .

''Ii;,r.. I Jf our fectiou," The old "!I\I} ike to.t"r I.auiidry. rarant that something else from1' K. U.! t.insfbaiu II. C:..Ydwick! Work
_I l lug that tw. heads are better than; in the K. 1'. dfj'rte, followed by a ,
_ ft.1! --- -- -- some other source is needed to keep : ball(lnet.' I IHF.g
ia cases of this ,) Chocolate with
_,t one applies Sir Knights are cour-
. 1Vlit: ciuuut be zi :c.\ulpli-hed ,by.I.I't"'tJ That 1 up the city, hence the necessity cf j j I|i teou-Iv Sojourning invited.J.. Whipped Cream at Solo-

one tr.allorkiug' by him-elf may be local enterprise. R. KELLER, E. C. C will be popular in nn's.
I I HABRV W. (Hans, QO H,>rin? Wai-N. Fancy _
; found quite an ey matter when ai I Tired FeelingIs I Mr. Keeuy will give this place a : Rfcorder.T Sleeve, Cap and Khirrcd A f
'; number "( nu auree on one line "f [ Edicts a No will Lord rule this
1il I good seudoil in his special matter. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
'. i" action and all exert themselves to- a Common Spring; Trouble.It's prlIllr. All these effects in
and its in print is await :.} IN OM: HAY
appearance u'm.CO ) fact the latest ill all practical
/1;: gather. Combiiiatiou is the order of 1 a sign that the blood is deficient
ed with much interest. Laxative Fn Tablet! All styles are found iu our tock of
Tnke >mo Quinine
J, : the day everywhere and Cedar Key'j in vitality, jut as pimples and other I (druggists rerun Ibo inotify It It fulls to tetween P".chla andHunt 1111..n--I\t.t
* Js i is to be commended for comiusj into eruptions are signs that the blood cure K. W. ( roV6', signature la ou tvcbtox.
I I Nearly t'oifeiis Hit Life.A ro. BUTTERICK PATTERNS Daily 1-:11' funday"CITY
. Ii De.I I is I .
impure.It's - --- --
M I 1 I runaway almost ending fatally, The finest line of umbrella in He The March Patterns giving OF TAMPA."

{' Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's a warning, too, which only the started a rorrible ulcer on the leg of city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look si>me indication of prevailing ..., Milton _

) Swamp-Root, the great kidneyliver hazardous; fail to heed. J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. it them. :Spring When!Styles are now in. I VrPen8 ol.IIJJ.m e J)0 am LvPi-ni Ar MiltonF>
-xtyou com to our
t beiu distributed For four it defied all doctors F.r".IJiJc; Found tnp.HM.
and bladder remedy, are ? Hood's Sarsaparillaand years store visit our Paper Pattern
here from house,free. Have and all remedies. Bueklen's Arnica department, indeed, it w"ul.J Ii
I CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
yon received one? Pills Salve had no trouble to cure him. pay you. if you have dressrnsk-

Remove it, give new life, new courage Equally good for Burns, Bruises, No. 30 South Palafox street, for your eiil ing intentions trip to our to sure make for a "p"I I JEWELER/ IN HIS

TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. strength and animation. Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. electrical work. He i is prepared to purpose. I ICOE'S

A. D'Alemberte's Drug Store 121 do a first-cla job at moderate
you s NEW STAND
Mr. Thus. \\Vntworth will today They cleanse the blood and clear the
South Palafox street. price Phone 203. I
take charge of tbe city circulation of j i complexion.!
BonK< STORE
THE NEWS. He will take subscrip- ; Accent no substitute.! CITY TAXES. Tne Niue=t line of sterling silver ,
"I felt tired all the time and could not K')o(1 an-1 silver novelH !iot to b< .. I have moved my Jewelry store to
tll South 1' Iafoz
lions and, collect all accounts. j, sleep. Jilttr taking Hvxjd's Sarsaparilia I I 'Innd tit J. I. Mftpoea" '. Priced Ul : Streer, Ii 120. South Palafox, formi fly o'-cn-

Mr. Wentworth ba had large experience a while I could siwp well and the tired j I Tax Paler, if jon wi.!h to .top ) )l I'r..i9 all. U PEN-'ACOL.t, FLORIDA. pied by Baas & Co., and am nf>*

IIi circnhtin? manager of fi-eliES had gone. This great medicine has 'Iiiterv, call at onoc and pay i .1 FOR LUMBER r -=- :::; nc: := = .d: li.i'l' -i j I better prepared than ever to give
also cared aae of scrofula.: MES. C. JI.UDOT I,
and will make great bargains! in diamonds,watch
hr daily: papers: GiluiJ Cen".n jour Ta\c": .
'all BEEKMAN LUMBER
on Jewelry, etc. Call and eee me and
\'HE r\E" service uf the paper sat. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to I I .x. "Id OEHTING [co. for estimates: before placing Foley Kidney Can I let me convince you.J. .

.0fatory to atl. cure and keeps tho pP miso. j I 10I2sr Tax Collector. your orders for lumber. dlG-ltn SL\Iu3 iiiccrs tad l.tt1.2it.: : ; : I. STEPHENSTHE






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THE DAILY NEWBl PEN8ACOLA. FLQBIDA l THURSDAY. FEBRUARY IB. 19O8. l., i ,


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NO ARGUMENT NEEDED. No. BOO8.. "
Wa Co O'NEAL, President; HI. E. CLARK. Cashier; ;
BATTLESHIP INDIANA S. J. FOSHEEVioe-PresIdent; JOHN PFEIFFER Au't Cashier |
Every Sufferer from Catarrh Knows

That Salves, Lotions, Washes, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK [ {

Sprays and Douches do not .t \

ARRIVED THIS MORNING Cure. OF PEKSACOLAFLA. t 1', :

Designated Depository of the United States. I
Powders lotions salves sprays and
inhalers cannot really cure Catarrh, Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 19C3. J !

crossed the Bar at 11 o'clock and Dropped because this disease is a blood disease -; RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. r .,.i'{

and local applications if they Loams and Discounts...... .. ............ ... '336,072.95 Capital Stock ........... ..... ... ......,... $200.000.00)

Anchor Off Palafox Wharf in Plain View- accomplish anything at all, simply Demand Loans..... ............ ...... .... 122,86654 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00
transient relief. Overdrafts ..... .... ....... ..... .. .......... 1,160.02 Undivided Profits..... .. .... .... .... .... 690.76 r.
give U. S. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213,806.87 Circulation..... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125000.00
Hundreds of Citizens Line the Docks to See The catarrhal poison is in the blood Stocks, securities, etc... ...... ...... ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,............ ....... ...... 180.00 { li l

and the mucus membrane of the Furniture an J Fixtures.......... .......... 6.718.48 Deposits ...... ...... ............ ....... ..... f65, -t9.S1 j_ \ \
the New Arrival. nose throat and trachea tries to relieve Cash and Exchange...... .................. 228,17024 "t1"

the system by secreting large i-JJ .,

quantities of mucous the discharge Total...... .... .... .................. .. ... $911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $911,420.10 'I' / :

I the first time since her con- Lieut Comander Wayherton.Lieut. sometimes closing up the nostrils This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give .J i!

For cropping into the throat, causing J your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. '
!in 1 91, the big firstclassbattlefc' Comamnder H. Kimmell.
Auction leafness by closing the Eustachianubes 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. I *. :
Icdiana, attached to the Lieut. Commander Maxwell. ,
'?
: and after a time causing ca- l

North Atliutic squadron passed Lieut Commander Bostwick. larrh of stomach or serious throat '
I 'j
cifek over the Pensacola bar at 11 Lieut. Commander Lurtin. tad lung troubles.A B. H. FAIRCHILD, I : G. W & COZCOXG. W & co i.':-m. atI .

today and ran up under reduced Junior Lieut Commander Fitzger remedy to really cure catarrh I. 1 ,
a.m. must be an internal remedy which a x>xx o Xi e fF x: rt 33 n II "

=ree to an anchorage about ald. will cleanse the blood from catarrhal 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I I i The Lightness of $ ;:
t
one-half iiiiles directly off, ;
:aaJ Ensign Mcintyre. e
one poison and remove the fever and
Furniture a
'aroet Work and Refinishing I I ,
rMlifox wharf. Ensign Madison. congestion from the mucous mem '
I jc
Specialty. Dodd
: tt a "Dorothy :
The Indiana: : arrived oil the bar at Midshipman Homer. brane. Phono 4OS. : ;

and her became The best and most modern remedies Q
1)11:: a. m., : presence Midshipman Oakley. .

kaovra 17 the pliy of her powerful Midshipman R. Wainwright, Jr. for this purpose are antiseptics R. K. WHITE, I o .Needless Drag.
scientifically known as Red Gum, .. .. b
luht Not wishing to endiun Henderson. W.Uchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler
selre1 Midshipman
Blood Hoot and Hydrastin, and while .
Just think what an amount of strength you waste every day
r his li'je ves-el, Captain Em- Surgeon Kersey. each of these have been successfully and Graduate Optician, when you wear heavier shots than you need: You lift a few 08 tl\\

cry brctuht her to a dead stop and Hatton. o used separately, yet it has been difficult ounces of useless weight at every step, and this amounts to Mule C't- ,1'
Paymaster II Keith Pilifoi St., PensseolsFla that a ton of useless lifting between sunri-e and enu-t't. 1 my
wareduutilbroaddaylight: to come Boatswain Eyckle. to get them all combined in u __ __ --- -- ---- rk "u-ele4s" lifting because this; additional weight of leather uetd n

p"rt in obedience to the royal one palatable, convenient and efficient V not be in the shoes to make them strong or enduring! 0 (t
tutu
Gunner Applegate. form. ;IJl1dng's; file Best ftr 5r This matter of weight j is; important. '1'bereareet veral ounces "
jr\
edict of Kins Prisca Carpenter Pollock.MONEY of unnecessary weight in an ordinary pair of wi>inn's shoes| and \ '
The manufacturers of the ca-
new *
after lo o'clock the bit; this means so n uch needless drat on the feet. The only
shortly::! tarh cure, Stuart's Catarrh Tablets REMARKABLE E OF CROUP. 1"1 that paves this weight) for you is the "Dorothy Dodd." t. :

ship!: bcgiu to move, with Pilot Ma- HAT have succeeded admirably in accomplishing A Little Bey's---Life Saved. I \ The scales tell the tory for you, but yout feet tell the .. ho"1-1 i

lj ut the wheel. She passed: the this result. They are large, when you wear the shoes. .

have a few words to say regarding 1'111COST $:$.()<). Q
navy yard without stopping and ran pleasant tasting lozenges to be dissolved 00 .
Chamberlain's Cou h Remedy. It;

Ujlt"I.H; anchorage in the bay. JEEN PAID : in the mouth thus reaching saved my little boy's life and I fed
.I every part of the mucous membrane
H-r coming had: been expected I that I cannot praise it enough. I .
I of the throat and finally the stomach.
ai.d hundred of people were on the bought a bottle of it from A. E. Bteere
Unlike 'catarrh remedies, :
many
of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got I .
,
dock and watched the stately ve-= GOVERNOR RECEIVED A CHECK Stuart's Catarrh Tablets! contain no could' t
home with it the poor baby a
;:t-l 1 ashe came: up the b'iy. A great I I cocaine opiate or any injurious drug breathe. I the medicineas d
FOR VALUE OF QUARNTINE hardly gave 0
from the inland I whatever and are equally beneficial
Eauy people were directed every ten minutes until Tana MXAX

country and this was their firs sightof ; STATION. for little children and adults. 0 I "threw up" and then I thought sure ,
Mr. C. It. Rembrandt of Rochester,
A number engaged: he was going to choke to death. We
a battleship. (!
-- X. Y., "I know of few people '
:
says had to puB! the phlegm out of his
suall: boats and went closer to the who have suffered as much as I from GREEN WATSON & CO.
Governor Jennings on Tuesday; received mouth in great long strings. I am
Indiana, but 610 one was permittedt : Catarrh of the head, throat and stom- that .
a check for $32,450 from the positive that if I had not got Ji1
board her. I ach. I used sprays, inhalers, and bottle of cough medicine my boy ."' re. w. & corrnc. w. & co : .
United States: Treasury: Departmentin powders for months at a time with wiuldnotbeon earth today.-JOEL 'j -"......;.. .;.} '
left the until the aftfroo
No one ship payment for the Florida quarantine only slight relief and had no hopeof DEMONT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale - t
>n when messages and mail by all druggists and medicine deal
stations which has been placpd cure. I had not the means to makea ers. ..$S
brought ashore and some of the t.
it. re seemed
I under government control. The change of climate, which --- --- ----

arn..ulatf'd:: : matter taken away. stations and the amounts receivedfor my only chance of cure. DO YOU KNOW you CAN, GET .< j* .* J

11 ., .:- will be allowed either to- I I "Last spring I read an account of I
follows BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea
same are as :
next as soon ai some remarkable cures made by Stu- ICE CREAM SODA
day: or
u. r:-w or
Pensacola .20,000, I art's Catarrh Tablets and promptly large stock of dressed studdingand ,
I
t1.--' .. ran: be gotten into present t itGet their price before
j
.
Charlotte 2.UII ( ) I bought; a fifty cent box from my druggist dlGlmWe HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CArmES.; I I Ii
1 'i ,"ii to receive them. Herr I Feruandiua 5UtOMiami and obtained such positive benefit buying --- ;

I' Rico was rot U.e : .;. 3CIq -ATTrainer's
.o
: from that one package that I continued have just received our .
,
It ; :and it will be some Mayport.'. isx) to use them daily until I nowconsider 1003 line of Ile(wood Go- i 1

tn '. r sea maths will be _Intmediattly upon rHeirt.of. the I I myself entirely free from Carts with all the lfttest im Confectionery e

.', check a meeting of the Hate iititutions i the disgusting annoyance of catarrh;
t.Jv :I 0 was I my head is clear! ,ray digestion all 1could provements. Call and see .*** FIRST CCOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. .<* t tS
I ;I' i I. .: i is a vessel of lU,:&! 8 was held and it resolved them they: are beauties- I
ask and my hearing which hadbegun ; ni + .
... iiiiitaudau indicated : that the governor Piidorse the check I Oiiina.CMllIW l v r -
t : ( to fail as a result of the catarrh Mar st on ft .

I I..> *,, ..rJ TS:: and is, with the ovpr to the ?tate t tre3?urer. Ax has greatly improved until I r'r i

of the Texas, then soon as the amount shall be paid tl.e feel I can bear as well as'er. They tilL'IC1Li.. .
4''x' : ; ; 'i 1 n ...... '
I H. MOCK J
DR.
'. I h ;tlt hip in the American board of county commissioners of are a household necessity in my NEITREIithe captain ownt } ,
family. rs nor !: of the
"
this cambia shall receive roles
11tr' Hi r cit was a trifle over county Jianitti \' be
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are sold for dfbls contract
tl !n 1:1:: "'' : di-ll.irs. She i is; armed the urn in accordance with chapter I for ed.by tbe crew respnumble uf eatd "......1.).1.J.
I by druggists; at 50 cents complete 8. VANE Captain.
w. fi i a: l lIMCI; gun*, fourteen 6.1 5007, Acts of_ 1001, laws ofFlorida.NOTICE. I treatment and for convenience safety.1 Master. 1'illt. DENTIST. t.a

tt r :-id fir uin.iixtt'enG- and prompt results they are undoubtedly .
.
H. -iv i-.uiicrs four Colt,,' rifle? the long looked for catarrhcure. A. C. BINKLEY desires;: [ his friends '
Mr. Chas. LeB trop desires all the 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. i J.
a.'w.: i : r: ", r.apjtire\ guns. 8heI and the public know that: le has
| younr.; men who are to have
I. -, :; ..|. .tol'! of registering 1G : bona on the 11 tats to call Plloi'l General dtbllitfailllre of the Moved to Room BOrt, Thieoen building CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK: A SPECIALTY. 4 ::.
where he will continue as heretofore -
ki, and carries 4((53: oil business and their ,
i mr : ; place of try on do and the to endure -
strength! to power law practice. IT.XSACOI.A!; TLA.H .
I a general l-1
,' <1 til- n. Niie is oCS: feet long! costumes. -i* cured by the great tonic ._ ,
.
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r" w .,. and draw* :>:3 (let.1 inch. !I : Hood's iraparilla., -- -- -- ---


11 C,1. """ W."'; H.,rf'Emory.l : i I: BIG PARTYOF i.I I In ot Kurambia'Florida-In County thuucrry.Circuit Court, State- j J. i r. in i G & co G. Mihi <& Co.: ;. }l


Jt Cminc'er! Hodgson. COLONISTS : ZenlaP.Kyun vs.William I i t Maaufaclurersandll'alenIn i :

-- i H. Kjan. ) Contractors ana uil '! I
(in MonJD.v. the fib lav of May A. 11. ers. '
Sash i
Doors Blinds
1\J\(:;!.the .1t'll'oJB"t William Cyan is rrci'jiixlto t' ;:
A party of about thirty colonists appear to the bill tutu aguiusi him I
Two Hospitals[ { ] herein. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND Shingles I
:I arrived yesterday and this morning I This 01'111'1' Is to b* publl-.hi-d. once A week I II r ,
.
fc.r..ItItICn"'cull\'' .. !. in THE l'ii.yNFUS. ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT "
'I from several cities of the north andat i ii a newspaDer published in said t-- r
l'
I emulim county. I SHORT NOTICE. ?'* ?< J tFirstClas i
= Builders' Materials
i '
Said Diabetes. noon today went out to the newsettlcnunt I Ii I A.M.Circuit MCMILLANClerk Court. -_: 1
I
Work G'nrartppd and
I II I rev If..11. 't'KTn.I': Ci. .
Gatcswood. :23: miles NrALl
i of I .'''110'11\ KIR.. rfti. t ivat. U'<
t. I west of Cantoncnirnt. I NKITHEi the raptaln, own- I-AST ixTixmxciA ST. Telephone PTo. 11.
,'t'\ Disease: ami DiobctcKAp The party is made up of people who I II : .;, rr9 norronsinnectof hpanJutiro
will lie i
I IoIjt'Ulllelllp I .
l' .,1 j all will : r"plII..II.le for debts cuu-
lively Curable: arc well fixed financially and


n rr,1, or recovering from the I:I. ty.wake It desirable is I stated! citizens that not nf a the few coun of I. trlictt'J 6u111'ransitt'o by i the OIlflKnen cr..w. uf. sotd vesielTAVAfjA Captain.anti., I I GEM[ \ 000X{ STORE[ ''A CREENHUT & 00. $


very ward: in this I'lly. them can write a check with fivefigures.
-'"1 rruiridtor of the Clifton NOW OPEN '

t..t. I H cue of then! axd i I I I ....WHOLESALE GROCERS, f ,
I I \V. J. Dell a gentleman who is
-, Fr. !. \ ." <' tra
:
n nr cn. I" 1,19
...| fttti'j from dtaN'tei. quietly working up the matter, accompanied il UHI VALENTINESSENTIMENTAL Nos. 102, 104, 105 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.
BOWLING j .
f the
> bn.paa'r.guur tot the \isitors. They went : -- k
:
-- Three I.lc'an. thrra
.,- 'PalH1. and rut n>" nnHeri up to Cantonment on the 12:13: ; train, !!! AN AST STUDIO. I OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S "9 11t
,
i.rtttng; no 'jrf. Inl AND COMIC.
$ ""r.f* and vent to another thence across to the new settlementby I No.11' est lEteiiercia Street. 0I I have opened a stuiio in room 9\\ Fine oysters today. Try them. I -.

,' .1 i Tli" phj.''el !..re.'io! a train on a recently completedstandard Salisbury block, where I will give NIC A J'OI>TLE. !
that flu y could prolong my Opposite Ja1. )leHu h's. I ...SOUVENIR CARDS... ; ,
I lessons, in own of drawing -
er.r I* we'I. I Ii-ft the ho.- guaso railroad. low long; my system HotFl'enchWam"swith '
'"*."u'P''IA'I' )broken uonrn.I lieIng -- -called "Black and White"- '
". ."' 11 |*r rent II..a> at they will remain was not ascertained.In : ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS alo in French Pa.tpl painting and Florida Cane Syrup at ,,: l''
f the Fulton Compound nut I this connection it may be stated Gras
Mardi Solomon's.
Illustrat-
,. it and third *r-Vi I Man! tn Newspaper and Magazine :
and found that the laful that the company in which1r.. Bell iufr. :.
I with for o\tr t.s run had MARDI GRAS NOVELTIES .
*' ''a is interested has purchased over aquarter I have taught large casses; io every P
C an rntlri-ljr dlffirfot p "*in. DR. F. E. BRUCE
sr ... !I ti (n.url' permanency. I bate of a million acres of land at $ Ball t ...,. --- --- town in Georgia and in many of the :

,l a nniuhrr all yettlDx favorable I female colleges nf the South, go can J
and Has returned and resumed
.u .. Cantonment practice.
warm friend and nol It it between ;
.. a point Stationery offer experience of twenty- i
'" who lad I'r'ghfa I> ..."* and !J you an ,
c,, ,.. ', : 1 dislike publicitybut feel Musco. ee and wil improve that purchase ....CONCORDIA HALL,.... five years. In the studio will be Office 22J!, West Government Ht., '_ :.-
'gt: tl>lot!! knua n. I. wonderfully. To show that real Periodicals, found the choicest collection of Salisbury Building.Tolojoliorio :

alas C.C. MATTnursoir.that ;| business Is meant the company has Tuesday fltytjt i Feb. 24thl Leather Goods, crayon work ever fhown by a single\ .- 14G. : ;
extended -
:
:
4 !I n r.'e Hrlcht'n Dl.f aso.rablp. to artist and an invitation is :
from Cantonment i .
,. built a railroad
". totn1 porceot. arair AT 9 O'CLOCK. Pictures and Frames. to everyone to coin and see It. My 1' '' ,
nester the Fulton Comrtas operatingtrains ) :J i I
latewood and are now term,, for instruction are moderate. :1"
t ft kidney complaint Fln T.L\S 3IUS1C, I I 01. "j
I
Further, a route Las OrB A. MILLER. j.
thereon.
:! .
T but flint resisLaete.i im.uAll _. I
LUtGFIAN'CING --- -- '
',< D'se! e and tl 5t> for be<>n surveyed reaching to hay Min- : I. l.l.I
'd. John J. Fulton Co .43): markers will be examined at MEAT & MALT ha: marvelous I 'J : .

.' Sun' Kriccisco.: sola COA -- ctte. Ala., and iron and material has the door and no objectionable characters : G R. JOnnSON dietetic value. While refreshing and .
,! miJe: for p; Utl1t11. DoA been purchased to rush! this work will beadm tted. tic
'tu..:icvhc), has caught up pleasant f take, it helps as iinila-, Rhti Photoeraphg,
through. Everybody TICKETS 50 CENTS. tion of ford. :old byDASNHEI6SER

:1.\.X.\iI nRO .. the spirit of progressiveue--s, and after Carnival Parade. ] 2S8 5 "'C*lI PAL_\FOX ST. ::! BROS. I 204K! S. Palafox Street. m 1 1e 1r
Ball begins
things are in store soca.:
,, some great
:s fur t l u5acol


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? THE DAILY NEWSj PEN8ACOLA,'FLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19,18O3

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'I ,.. The Lost T1UI ORCfiHMW? USE OF SOFT COAL.

Bow to Burn Bllnmlnou Fuel Sue-

Train Whether a woman i tearful or cheer- Ct'"ull 'The best
Wagon
what she has materially -
fat depends not on William S. Es ick secretary of theReading

but what she is physically, Many (Pi.) Stove works, states that I
en"unluJ ent husband is driven almost
} [Original] to despair by the tearful outburst of a in \'il.'ioC the fact that there have been I at one-half priceIt

r One sprinpj: day in 1SC3 a caravan wife who so ninny Inquiries as to the use of soft .

,
tolled up the ride of the Sierra 1 Nevada has: "everythic coal and coke! as a sul's-titute! for r.n- ,

mountains on the road from MaryviHe :* she thracite coal he had secured all the information five of the ordinary "quarts" to make a gallon.but I HAYXER QUART Is i
r wants." He he sufficient -' full quart an honest quart of 32 ounces, four to the Ballon. :Now, you pay your ot.:er nt
that thought
:: to Washoe City. A trapper saw the wants to t9 % ; was least '1.23 a bottle for whiskey ttai cannot possibly be any better than HA YXtK.lf u
to assure; people that ('okor soft good or M.25 a gallon. If you buy HA YSER: ,WHISKEY you save at least iJ U5 on even
I ('arl'l'nnlllJ,1 shook his Lead ominously. knowwhat's gallon. We sell two gallons for about the same as you pay for one gallon of probably mmr
coil tan be burned: suect fully, says i Just think that and remember that HAYNER WHISKEY
: Two days later Indian hunters saw it. the whiskey. over goes direct from
Tut the Coal Trade Journal. our distillery to you carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLERS u.
matter.
j After that: It was seen liy no man. or if ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous profits. That's"
is started with bitnmi-
the wife "Whin a lire 1&'&so good and so cheap. That's why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied c J.toners. .
1 i any man saw it he did not live to tellof stove YOU should it Your back If
1. can't tell. nous l'Otlin the ordinary cooking That's why try money you're not aau.j

It. Searching parties were sent out She onlyknows all the dampers must be upon. The

w Inch followed the trail into the heart that coal will then kindle quickly. Put the
she is depressed Direct from our distillery to YOU
rfl'Si ,! of the mountains, but nil finally lost it. ; coil on in small quantities or the fire
and
Mary Dwnie was a baby when her I } vV/4 will be smothered. Keep: the firebox """""
despondent. j' Sans Dulirt Profits Prmnls Adullirallcn I
father organized and went with this Such a pretty well filled and free from a!.'hes."In .

Miss Alice Bailey of I I'XIII'Ilition.s the years passed and condition I a range be careful: in starting afire
I :
I usually m.t to till the firebox too full, as

Atlanta, Oa., tells how she was i nothing was ever heard of Ilo er DeaneMary's : hatedfornL'Ai \ \I II the bituminous coal will swell or expand HAYNER WHISKEY

permanently cured of inflammation luoU.er came to consider him I \ and raise the lids.! Coke can be
.
....
dead and married again. Other children of womanly the
l'urnl'dllll'r'i'I'I
) same manner.
of the ovaries escaped surgeon's disease. The mental depression has its
were born. Mary grew to woman-
"In fixing the fires for the night in a
knife, by taking Lydia E. hoist nttl"I.'nt out from her home, corresponding \\ommiyeakness.. stove or heater observe the followingrules PURE 8EVEN-YEAR.OLO RYE
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. made unpleasant to l.er by her stepfather chants tearful women cheerful women :

.. I had Buffered for three years with I and her half brothers and sistor by curing the diseases which cause physical "I'ir. "t.-Have a good, strong fire. FULL $ .2O EXPRESS

terrible pains at the time i.f men *. l:.ig.T Iieanc's estate had been i weakness and depression of spirit*. 'Second.-Put on fresh coal. 4 :

'end did not know what It establishes regularity, dries unhealthy "Third.-l! the draft O
s>truati n. administered uj ou under the intestate on Ions: enough QUARTS PREPAIDWe
the trouble until the liK-tor dnirs, heiU inflammation and ulceration -
wa pro- I Ir.; v, and the stepfather and l.is < hili to burn off the! pas. This requires bata
Bcnn-<'.l it 1' fla tniiiat ion of the and cures ft.IU:1t: weakntss. few minute.
ovaries end operation. :i dn- inKiuwd: to get all there \\':1'or It..ter BOTTLES HAYNER-S !SEVEN-
promised an y.rf. Ark: Adams, of Lairatory V.a'.l'inr-: 'Tourtli.t'l, j.H will wnd you FOUR FULL QUART Of
'. I frt: to weak and sick that! I folt i| .\!' they Lad: useil it -ard there were lon Cn I'a says; "With many thank I ..rtct se tll'llaUlI'I'r!; or, in YEAR-OLD RYE for 13,30. and we will pay the express charges. Try It and
einild survive the (,l"t v'm know hOI am I can say hv C.od's I other wonls. take cft' nil the draft. if you don't find it all riarM and as good as you ever used or can buy from b
sure tlc.t I not or- i I ir.y mouths to fill-Mary f.Ithat : hrlt:in (h :\1. The following work I read an 1 butU-1.; Ur "nrvcs Pnorue l'recn;>liou and I mmnii.g stir up the tire will will be returned to you by next maiL Just think that cCcr over. How could
nn.. 'rtis-; nuT.t in the paper of J.\'llia they were nnxiuis to get rid of her. It two d liii *l uMtu >.dLt..ti lJi-co.n',' and f with a polrer: :, put on the draft, ai.d a it be fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better .

1:. i'inUIiuiii'a Yt' 't.ilil Coui-: \\ ,1 li""en t.u. : heviu to work to earn Kin all iv work, I cru't praise yo'ir raeili- I pood, quick lire will soon be secured. let us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts! yourself fit a
j 'K due t.o '..:K'lly I A.lt: jiumeuil y<'iir medium. friend to join you. We ship in a plain sealed case no marks to show wbatsInside.
j l'aJul ..H.n.'li an vn.wrgelwv, and so & !i.\iu: i :.;. Thu,"e v ho kiiow IHT father .' ."- 1lI.i 1 :i\c. If any uus uuubU tan "Tl.e smoktpipe in a range: shouldnot .
i Orders for Ariz., Cal..Col. Idaho ,. Nev.. N. MPT, ,Ut h.Wa .1 aiiiircs," .Ore '
4 Id' il to it. Great vats joy give tl: in my "
try my 1 5:I tI. "\;\Lat a pity that l.e didn't leave be less than sx or se\ou inches in or Wvo. must be on the basis or 4 Ounrt* for *...< O by liipreba

to 1:lid that I Actually improved after 'a will licijUtMthiiis to Mary her fu'.l! Favorite Prescription" makes weak diameter.Vh n less than that, the fire Prepaid or *0 quarts for 16.00 by Freight Prepaid. --
taking two bottles, and in the end I and sick woiSen well.
woni n strong ,
U
1 apt t> le slu.:: ih.
'. cf 1N Write our nearest ofice and do it NOW.
was e-ireii y it. I had fjahu'd dphtcen ar< prpl'rty Accept no substitute for the medicine

pounds and uai in oxrt'llent health. One morning :l hunter in tLe mouu- which works wonders foreak "The Hues tuiokepipes and chimneys THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
Miss ALICE B.1I.EYortli lioule- I must be cleaned from time to time and
tain. ciitiiiirg M'j.arated from hsI woritu.Keep. ATLANTA. GA. DAYTON. OHIO ST. LOUIS, NO ST. PAUL, MINH-
yard, ..HUnta (G.L-$5I J f..rfcitiforfglraJof the soot removed. The accumulation
bowels
the the
I down rock to healthy by 150 DisraUBT TRoT, 0. ESTABLISHED 1866.
be ( companion, sat (ill a
above letter cannot
promnj genuimitis' produced. timely use of Doctor Pierce's Pleasant of soot in a stove or heater where soft
I rest. OB the >u<' I.allli'a!> a narrow
Pe'.kts. coal is used is much greater than when

The I symptoms of inflammation trail Nthe other a sudden rise. It -- -- anthracite is ul'rd."Experlml.'nts .
and e <>f the ovaries area
occurred to the man that the face of have shown "
lull tlirol iinjr pain accompanied now to utrrproof Boofa at Home. paid Mr.

by u sense of tenderness the country was not as nature made It. I have for the last five years used Essick "that soft coal can be used as

and heat low down in the side, The position! of the bow Iders. the small successfully a dressing for leather succcb&fully as anthracite and at less WICKE &. CO.

with occasional shooting pains. size of the trees on the rise comparedwith boots and shoes composed of oil and cost.

The region of pain sometimes those on either side of it, the configuration India rubber, keeping out moisture and

shows some swelling. of the slopes, all told him uninjurious to the leather applied, Taces How need to Keep extra Your care Skill to keep Soft.the Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

leaving; the same soft and pliable, says
-- -- -
that there had been within
Rome change skin soft and tender In the winter. A ,
a writer in the Scientific American.To .
The r.e of Hot 3111k.t perhaps a century. Climbing higher, little cream rubbed into the skin with
- prepare the same heat In an iron
Hot milk: for tbe complexion has he turned and looked again. Then lie fuller's earth protects it from rough No. t South Palafox Street
) vessel either fish oil castor cfl or even
t:)$, proved to be of the greatest benefit: : saw that the ground beneath him had tallow to about 250 degrees ?.. then winds Before this Is done the face A I Kinds 01 Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kepi on llanfl

l'tP1 and many women: say they owe an improvement been he cast. his should be gently washed In lukewarm
valley. Turning eye add, cut into small plec! 's. Tr.lcanlzed "''lJoi"PHOIII'' ",aco )'J\1..4 "' )I,A, J'J-ft
of their mplexlon to the water and bran, and then rinsed with
i4 to a point .1100> feet above. A mountain or raw India rubber, about cse-Cfth of
4c (constant e of hot milk applied every water in whkh a few drops of eau de
.. side was wanting. lIe saw it all. the weight of the oil, gradually ctirrlng
,\ morning and nijrht to their faces. A cologne have been placed. If a little
At some time there had been a landslide the same with a wooden FprntsU untIl
\roman prominent in the literary world cold cream is rubbed in, it keeps the
the rubber is c..jrfOl1 In SAMUEL CHARLES
completely
and \\hose complexion I,; equal to a breaking: the continuity of the tissues in splendid condition. ,
the oil. Lastly, add to give It color a
'I jouni jrirl's. 'Iii
i the rains had underminedthe small amount of printers' ink. l'our How to Srrvc a Pineapple.
: many prevautim.s she liad taken to Gradually *j HDDT AND 5HDE MAKER
keep 11I'rk1I! In pxid condition none mountain side till millions of tons into a suitable! vessel and let cool. One Select a large pineapple, cut the base ,

" of earth and rock hung poised, waitingfor or two application of this are suiB- off square and take the crown out. .It. WAIT.Vholesale
j i was. so 1'llt'lI'iUIiS! as hot milk. "When V REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU .
I some disturbance to shake them cleat! to thoroughly; waterproof a piir Then with a thin bladed, sharp knife .
b I frightfully: fatlKtuil. she said.
am \ and Retail Dealer in ShoeLeather, & Finding.
loose and send them pouring down : of boots or shoes for a season. r oots cut around under the peel so as to remove I .::.: ':
! from tlie ru$h cf the life I 10.11 pet a 1
ir-.1-: gallon of riilk and put it in my l.ath- I Into the valley. Perhaps it would be I or shoos thus dressed will take common the entire meat and leave the : I'HOM': 5-&. on? snrm !AL\HIV STKKKT.:

( 1! of thunder wind. 1'er-' shoe blacking with the greatest l'pl'lint\C't. Cut or shred the meat into I
rl tu', :Uliis Mii''n-icnt: but water to a clap a mighty I

: : "i vr the body.; I lie in this mixture i haps it would be some blighter cause facility. suitable shapes for UM nud sprinkle ;

p. for ten minutes and mini out fecliiig il' the tread of a wild animal, the crack I How to Clean Pewter Vcs-ls. thoroughly with sugar.; Set the (' 'lin- J. E. DUBUISSOX rc? BROTHER,

' j lor a rifle, the shout of a man. Whatever dir made by the peel in a large plate, : '
thoroughly refreshed and with a iiewlife
Take pound of neatsfoot oil 'I
a an
the the delicate balance right end upward. Put the III't'Iafl'tl' 'OHSEIt T.\HIt.\GI\j'\ AM. INfllNDKNClA: : '; .
cause, once -
; to the skin v.liu-h previous to the ounce of liquid ammonia and powdered
'fi was destroyed the great mass tottered pineapple into thin cylinder and place
bath Lad a dl'lllluok. rotten stone. Put the oil and ammoniainto I Dealers in
and fell with a roar of a thou- the crown in position until ready to
a basin. Stir into them as much
sand cannon. ser\e. This makes a wry pretty ornament Choice and Groceries
! Drinking IValer.Voircn I l'ottl\lIl'tone aa will make a thick! paste. 0e Staple Family &
I The man descended to the trail at on the dinner table, and it looks ,
: ; \ do nut drink enough water.Thoy I I This paste may be kept in a jar for
|pour dowII tumblers of ke water the point where it began to mount the use. Wash the pewter vessels in soap like a whole pineapple. To serve, the Our Goods are Received Fre h Daily. They are too miny to enumerate: ,

'f'l avalanche of earth. Kneeling: at a crown Is taken off and the prepared and Warranted to bo the Best the Market Atford-t and can beRelied
nq an accompaniment to a meal but and water dry it, rub w11'lth the
spring to drink he saw something pineapple taken out with a fruit ladleor on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the
that is wor ;.' than no water the (hill paste nnd then polish with a soft
; brown protruding from the wet earth.It : a large fruit fork. Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.
preventing digestion and indigestion leather.

i'tIo i hl'in;: an IndirtK't promoter of kith1l'YcUM.a..I. was not a branch. It was somethingmade lIla Hard 1Zk:" A Weak Stomach COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION. '
with hands. lie seized it and
.. .\ tinubl'T of water sipped In found it cold. It was iron. I'ulling it Jones-Brown is an unlucky dog. causes a weak body and invites dis P.O. Box 326.
J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
1 the morniuK immediately on rising and Fmith-IIow's that? ,
out he saw a gun barrel from which ease. Kodol Dyspepsia: Cure cures PHONE 66.
1- :14 another :it night artS recommended by Jones I1U In I
: the stock had been rotted. In the hole object marrying was and strengthens the stomach, and i FIU.uily GrooorH.I .
; l.hy"il'iaM. Try to drink us little water I
to out of house.
Ret
a boarding wards oil and disease. J.
from which he took it was a horseshoo. overcomes
I
:11": ; lo: l'II..ihllwith monk but take a Smith-Well?
He tried to take it out but R. Taylor a prominent merchant of
; I .allsful half an hour to an hour before Jones Now his wife is "I could
running one Cbrie!' an, Tex.says: not
found that it fixed to horse'sf'Ht
was a
t'; ,Itin Tl.i.s rule insisted in d.ty after to support the family. eat because of a weak stomach. I i.AD ML AverySUCCESSOR
Then his party came up, and,
''i ilny.: mouth after month the complexion lost all strength and run down in
found the skeletons of
Jir : will huproM iud tlie general l health digging they a weight. All that money could do
horse and and the ironwork of Hot Rolls at 51 m.. iOn
a man ,
done but all hope of
'f likl'wi'I''uh'r drank with meaU was recovery ( TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK.)
'I: !iJ. wagon. doz. at Solomon's. vanished. Hearing of some wonderful -
P. mt should sipped cs well as taken sparingly. a ,
; IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
: ; I, S S cures effected by use of Kodol I

'f:: l> had in from her concluded to try it. The flm bottle
'I i Mary eane come i
: benefited me and after taking- four I
OPERilolisE HARD1/YARE.
II1; A Chrafi II'slie. t.ist.1p' < work tired and, throwing her-elf on a
restored
bottles( I am fully to my
:,: A disinfectant: that costsery little 1 lounge/ was resting and thinking. usual strength, weighth and health."

, i and is perfeilly nlnilfss Is mt.!"' by I John IIcrrKk wanted her to marry J. )I. CI': Manager. Hurgis i Pharmacy, John Hheppard Iron, Nails. Axes Khovi I Is. .":' v ;Mill and Steamboat

,;}: i: di.ssoUin a ho.'ipcd tea
, : trate of lead in a quart of boiling wanI1 I tie or nothing: on which to support a Window Oia!!. Guns I'i- j.n-1 Fishing Tackle.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
;j : ter stirring it with a stuk and then j family" and Mary, who was level headed -- -- --- -- Agate and Tiinvaro ana da;'furiiisliiii';; (ioiIs.'AOENH .

thtA: adilin:: it to a pailful( of cold water. foresaw only accumulated burdens ThursdayFebruary 19th WEIILY HCIH3DUL.1 j

ic1 This is odorless utah will not stain. It in becoming his wife. Martin Hughes, : FOR BIRMINGHAM; COLLING MILL COMl'ANYIQ;

't 1 costs about J5 tit. and if it Is thrown i| an uiuulturetl storekeeper, who had .1 FOR STEAM DIVISIONL'ENSACOLA Revere Giant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery

MU. JUI.KS ML'LiIIYl'resents KLKCTIUCTKUMINARAILWAY WheHl '' !., L 'fun & Rnnd Powder Co. JohnsonV K-il-
:I'i once a week down ihe bathtub, olo" .t !, competency, also wanted her, and she ,
'I iron KID and Buck Stoves and
1 COMPANY som.'iH ? H.1og.Vm
' tk' ami st.itiMiary wjshliowl It will be : was now deliberating; whether to accept -
Trains leave Peni aoola for the LUll Cou -i & ro.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's
.. the continued evil of and
wellsiHow :! poverty
:}: loIeY { JUyoa. Big Bayou W rrlnglou,Nsvj farl Made Kail road Colors.
it I work too hard for her delicate physique and Fort Harranoaa at
'J.1 ISIIIBRYN>> IDDEn
.,.\l to lean I'orrrlaln Tnbs.iiii2 or a husband she would rather 6:30 a..m.arrive at Fort Barrancal 1:16 a.1I Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.
live without. 10:00 a.m.trrlve at Fort Barranca.IU'IIL'J
KiTCM-no tipplit'd with a tlaUllI'll'lflth \ The famous Star of fm". Hans 1:00 p.m.arrive ftt YoU HArranoIU ltSp n
' "John Ilerrick wants to see you. same p.ni.arrlveftt Fort Barrancas .:16 p a I
iiH Is uui-'t iHicaciutis! In remising tils- said the woman with whom she board"III"s Gene" in another great play by i 8:15 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas IuOpB

;::1 colorations in nn't.tl or iHircel.nn tubs. the author of "Camille," '8:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 8.0 1'.11'
:: ed. III the slttiu room. Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Penis TIME TABLE.
'itttl; These are ftcn '' i'lIlctl1>y the mineral What could John have to say to her cola atT:15a.m.

' : (proiK'itiess omtaiiu'd in the water, that led him to call at that hour? A "AN EYE FOR AN EYE" arrive at Poatacola 8:00 a. b LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
//1ak but SOMHtimes by u lack of daily care. 11:00 p m. arrive at Pensaoola-lli& ".aS
:
week In-fore she had told him that
:00 p. tn.arrive at Peosaoola_ i M p.a IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. IIIUI
"it IIj In eitherent II brisk application! ufkernMne their marriage would be folly. Nevertheless BY ALEX DUMAS. 6:00 p m arrive at Penaacola ____ 6t p. I
al! m.arrive at Pensaoola I:tt p,
: will ifftrtually remove TCOp. -
'I
; j she went downstairs to see Adapted by L. DuPont Lyle, of the 8:48 p. m.arrive at feaiaooia_ 8:1oJ p. New Orleans and Mobile.
1f trace of them. him."Mary. 'latoroay.onI1
} ::1 Stanford University. :

::.jp, I ," he said, "I wish you had pass poa wsae nl.YI.
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So.8. So." No.! No.1 .
'. No.1. lo'
!M I STATE oFoIlo.ctTvFmLEDo, ss'' married me before this. Now it is Keats on sale at Co*> Bookstore. Pen>aoola to to Navy Fort Karranca Yard and and rearn reiora_ uiPeniacola inPeaiaoola 1:15 a 12:1:1: m 11:116 p Leave Ppneaoola_Arrln 1:00 I ':11.1 p 8(1() II
Nb a 2Slp 1:0 a Lsave..Flomaton Lpne 2:35 a 2:80 rac II
p
:,4 + LUCASCOUNTY.: | impossible. ONE NIGHT ONLY, to Palmetto Beach and retara IhSVKDAT 11:00 a I:21Ip: 2:55 a L<-ave.__ MObile __ L6an 12l18n't 12:11 D 1:00 II
I J. CHENEY makes oath ""lJ) more so than before?" FEB no sea incus. ..._'''''_ 1I:1'\p 1J> ft Li-vi..N..w Orleans. Leave 1111' p 1:26 a _
FRANK
: MONDAY ZO '
,I "n.,1 use are rich and I am When w.,tliar permits tbe raaalni I I
Y. : that he is t.ie stnior partner of the you open coaches.Lav North.

I : firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing poor. Messrs. John C. Fisher ( Vensaoola Lv Fort BarraaM' I
"I rich? John have you gone daft? 9a.m. 1OI.Pi.that. :!
't-; business: in the City of Toledo, "I said you are rich and it is true." anil Thtm J. It)ley, II m. I. So. I. No I. I %eo. i No. I.
1 p. m. 1 II.m. II.)5pm 12:15pm Leave. Peoiacols.-.Arrlve t 1:00pm 6:0)am
: county and state aforesaid, and that "Of what .1.) my riches consist. ?" I Present the Greatest Musical 'p.m I p.m. :Uam :61pm Arrlve\ontitomerYI..fave I 1I:16am 8l16p'"

l' paid firm will pay the: sum of ONE "Of the tJoH Hill, originally named Comedy Success of the Century, Ip. m p.m. I 11:59 1m I I 8:11'1 pm Arrl't'IS1rmlnlham _Leave :83am ':06pm

:, ?1!, HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Ip.m pm, 1:06 p m I 1:11I a m Arrl't'eNalbvltle _Leave I _...._ .
the Mary lie-site mine. ( p. m. ( p.m. I 2:3) a m 11:18 a m Arrive .Loal.vUle .., .Looau I ':16 II m j4 is mlal'
.!t. : and every cae of Catarrh that cannot John took from his pocket a yellow p. m. 1 p.m. ) a un 1Iliia m Arrive _CincinnatiLeave I 8:01pm 11:15 p inT20

i1 :i be cured by the use of HALL'S folded paper and handed it to her. It FLORODORA pint poa It!.DATfensacolato I II I : a m 1:*) p m Arrive ......)fl. Lollil ...IpIVfl i 1:15 p m wMpm _

3 :: CATARKH CrRF.4f' I was her father's will. leaving all his, I \ ratarn ortBarrasaas___Savyardand __ ttt I PEN ACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
; property to her mother in trust forher. 'Psniaooia to Palmetto Beach antrstarn. I I
ALL STAll CA81-
!, Sworn to before me: and subscribed: Among the assets was a claim .__________ Ifc No. 21-VaIl1 No. I-Vall11 No stop where time not shown No. 1-Daily INo, fJ-lJalll
I in this 6th day of December -I. Including 11Ift .ll'b' .1./1 aft'" 1:111 o. -.. -- 1- -'-
. my pre-ence he had liought the day before the will CORINNE.JAME3 11:66 pm 1:00 a m Lesve_ ?ensscois..ArrIe 10:60 11111 e:1!I II III
A. D. lhb 5.j l'J:16I11gbl 1:11 II II UohelD1a_ II 10:81 II s:/-. ..
made which he designated as the ..
was KIERNAN
li:20": 1:141" ...Ynleltra U 10:111" 8:01"
: j i-! | A. W. GLEASON, :Mary I eane mine. For years it had CHAS. POX to=GOLA 12:21" 1:111" .II. _Eacambla_ U 10:112" 1:61.
worked the Gold Hill GRACE HAZARD UII5" T:2I": Mulat 10D" st5
____ Netary Public. since' been as .. I'
I I ___ Harp __
12:88 : 1021" 6:1J
Hall' Catarrh Curs is taken internally mine and had produced and was producing FRANCES TYSON Grist and Corn Meal! pisI. 12:1iO" T:65 II _UeltCity_ S. 10:11 U 1t7: ..

and acts directly on the millions; of gold. WILLARD CURTISS, : UriI! 1811" U ___ Milton 10:10 6) U.
_. "' H __Uood __. 'S .
CHAR. H. B0WEI* 1:30 am' Ranle 1,6
blood and mucous surfaces of the John Ilerrick was the hunter who F. COllZAhEZ & co., Prop, 1:66 8:16 II SI __ Holtl. __ 8S6 t56 N
ALFRED CAHILL
I system. Send for testimonijN, free. discovered the landslide and after digging 1:20: 8'80 If MUllgln __ 8:20: 1:11 U
F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 ANDIADORE Manofactcreri 2:33 N 8:38 II. N. _.Crtatvte_ '.11 N 1:00 IIsei
for several: days he unearthed 8:64.: I .Ieerhand. ...._ U 8:66 IU "
many Ixxlies. among them that of Roger ULSII.: CHOICE MEAL AND PURE OKOUNI I: 8:10 II Mossy Head 8:10 U 1:18 III
I N N N
':OS I:. ..DeYunisk5pr1ag' 8:18 1:11
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L W. PEAKE LVane and a small safe containingthe FAMOUS BEAUTY CHORUS OF 70 STOCK FEED.Patronise 1:18 N 8:" U N Argyle. U y44 N 111 N

valuables of the party, includingthe Home Industry, for there ti ':10 1:61' N Ponce d. Leon.- N 1,28 Ill .".
South Palafox Oar Own Special Orchestra. every reason you should bay your Meal ant 1:00 N 10:10' __Weltvtll... TlT N 1M
No. 30 street keeps will. Stock reed from the Home Manufacturer 1:011 10:11': N __ Cary"lll......... 1:11 N 1:56: U

cill bells, wires and all kinds of Mary through her attorney compromised Daiiii ''Pretty !aiden'l leitette for by so doing yon encourage borne indus 1,88 10:80' U _Bonlfay..._...... .N, 8:66" lrr"
try. Your money is left la the eommnnlt 1:00" 10:11": U __Chlple1 ... 1:81" 1:01"
electrical supplies. Have him do for a two-fifths interest in the tad yon :n torn are Indirectly benefited 1:81" 11:0'1" N __Cottonclale.. ':18" 11:11I Don..
mine and married the man who found In fostering the home manufacturer yotjontrlbnte 1:00" 11:2:1": N _Marianna.U 100"t 11:11
your work. Call phone 303. the property under a landslide. Prices 50e, $I.m, $1 50, |2 00. : to the cause of labor. You owIt 1:10" 11:11I" _Cypress.-.... U 11:11I" 11:53 am
Sale of Seats begins Friday Feb. to community In wbloh you live sac 1:40" Uril" N _Grand Ridge_ :12" 11t"
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MARIAN RUBY BARCLAY. whisk eontrlbnte tor our sappers T&J" 12:06 aO'JII _,._ t5neal11 __ U 61" 10IiU
Try the NEW Want Column. 20b at noon. llA' b:1l" Arrt"Wef'.allctIon_Le n 6:10" J 10:*, III

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THE OILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY., FEBRUARY 19. 1903 J I :

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CURING A BALKY HORSE. t to they were In no bate to depart .Ati I ; ,

Curse Blmple Method Mar B. Employed last, when finally they strolled past, The HARD
Wlthont Value: the Whip. SUPPRESSING : the desk, Mr. Adams stopped In front Largest Policyever 'f *fl

An expert states that the vice of I of the"cashier and said "Charge it, written on a single life'

OF balking in horses Is almost Invariably THE BULLETIN please.
caused by improper breaking and handling The knight of the automatic register was placed as a result of the

cf the animal while young says "By C. H. We/more looked up in surprise; but, receiving a fullest vestigationinThe BRICKn;

DRINKCUBED the Chicago Chronicle.It nod from the other two he made a note Mutual Life Insurance

is only high strungand ill tempered Copyright, 1SC2 by the on a tab. I
of New York.A !l
I
I Company
horses that balk and these are s. S. Mcclure Company They found considerable excitement .

BY handled with more success by humoring at the office. They had no sooner tak- I western business man f

and patience than by severe measures en seats than the city editor found it took six months to determine JAL'VAYS
RIBBON REMEDY. which generally make matters I. "ill Hudson, I believe necessary to come in and ask about
WHITE worse. It Is almost impossible to follow "Sir to you; that Is my name." And the manner a certain elopement story where to place this policy of ON BAND

.',tatir.t'1'Iulr. W K/ur. Can It gifm i* gltu' oj rules in a case of this sort. What the attorney swung around from his should be handled; then one of the editorial $1,000,000, and it was writtenat ; t
/ <.r cofre irithaut puttent'l knowkdge.Remedy will succeed in desk. writers wished instruction con- t
* one case is useless in no risk
more'proportionate
will 1
J Wblt.I...;.:htwn.l Hppntlte for alcoholic cureordturoy.Umu.U'thefthe another so that a driver must exercise "Tou represent Jeremiah Selkirk?" cerning a leader for the next day's Is- .! ..HAL. :
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than is ..
1..d. patient" a eonflrmed good Judgment-"horse sense"-in queried the visitor who had drawn upa sue the Sunday editor gained entranceto assumed on a policyof : )r
1hr'.t". S 'tippler. w.eiaJ drinker or handling chair. complain of a poor halftone, and $1,000.
Imiiomble for anyone to tave an a case. -TO- ;
l.nrkiiTd" f"r alcon' llc"Sit liquors aft!>r UolDIl A very good treatment Is to watch "Yes sir. I care for his legal inter even the society editor managed to The history of this policy is I't
K. t>on H"me*J. the animal closely in places where It ests In this city." puss the threshold.
In-1 1)J" Members r w. c- T. U. would be likely to balk and with the The questioner drew a letter from his : Meanwhile Mr. Adams, who apparently interesting reading, and is de- ONE MILLION l A

.1ri. )I)Or...press superintendent of Wo- first sign of stopping the driver should pocket, remarking as he passed it over was not in the least disturbed by scribed in "The Largest An- ', :
jv-'iiirisunn Tumperancs Union. Ven- This will I have called." the interruptions was carefully readIng ii
. I ('.iM"nia.. writes: "1 have tested say \Yhoa. then get off and loosen explain why i nual Premium. This pamphlet i
.url bj'[. R'M' 0 > KcrawJy on very obstinate or pretend to change the harness In "So," exclaimed the lawyer after proof on the editorial he had writ- ,\

r/runk!: -.tri-MiM fJ-1". .. 'the the cures KcnifdT have was been stvense-many some way; also take up a foot and tap I reading a dozen lines. Then rising, lie ten. He made a few corrections then This is sent ranks on aoolication.a Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. I I. ") ;.

: ;;:''cbwrfully recommend-and- in.dW the shoe with a stone. Spend a tewIDOIDl'nts slowly stepped to the side of his caller passed it to Mr. Hamilton, saying Company fitst-In Aiteti.First I'

.; 'A hit* Klbho rr. Members of leisurely In this way, and In and extending his hand, said In the "Tell me how you like It." -In Amount Paid Policy-holder .
ftrC tk1igts4 to find an ecooo.r F.1I-1n
,ID".I Brt'nl"n'. ..ituient to aid us In our teiuperby nine cases out of ten the animal will usual conventional tones "Allow me, The editor read: THE Age. '
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
""rli.Iru&hU." forgc-t its inclination to balk and will I my dear Mr.Mr."Adams ."- "Henry James Adams having purchased :

; or by mall, U. Trial package!: I go on at the first bidding. It is also Is the name. It is so statedIn the Evening Bulletin in its en- COMPANY OF NEW YORK -_ *{\I
ft
rrf by Bruins Mrs. A. M Towniend (for I well to give a lump of sugar or a the letter, I believe." tirety and having decided to publishthe RlCHtRD A McCcmuv, President. \ N

secretary of a Woman' Christim handful of oats or an apple. This will \b. yes-Mr. Henry Adams. I be- same from today takes this occasion -

year Temperance; Union). 218 Tremont always produce better results than severe ieve that I have heard of you." to introduce himself to the citizens Nassiu. Cedar, William & Liberty CapacIty 50,000 o Daily

So'd measures. "Very likely. I was employed by of St. Louis and to ask them fora Streets. NEW YORK, N. Y. ,
Boston! Mass. In ivnaaeola by
St. Mr. Selkirk before he made Paris his continuance of their generous patron- V
Hainab Kroi.,21: S. I'dlafox St ( .:CI:. WIU-COX, Manager,
A Dlaxe. borne. It was in Paris you have age.

---_._ --- ":;::0 your story did not set the world doubtless observed that I purchased "It is not his purpose to make any Jacksonville, Fla.T. 1ii

on tire" the property." radical departure, and the newspaper! C. WATSON & CO DistrictManagers- tcil1an Brick Co., 11

"No" answered the discouraged;: au- "And may I ask! my d'ar sir"! will remain independent in politics as PI"II"Jct\llt. Fla. I

CASTORIAFor thor "but it belt>\'Il route in the cook "If 1 will retain your services as legal: it always has been. As for the news Pine Barren, Fla.PARKER'S.

stove."-Washington Star. adviser? I shall be glad: to do so." service, the fact that the present publisher .

Infants and Children "Then my dear sir, we lui::;lit as well has decided to retain in th'irt- PEARL & DOLIVE.Call ; 1I
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Kind You Hae Not .tcer.e.lie attend to the matter at oni-e. The letter rious positions the men who have given HAIR
The BALSAM
Always fiougniif
facetiously; -A society belle m ..... .. V
states that you are anxious to have satisfaction to the former owner tnil .r. Uie bProoiutet &!
titiniild have the right ring. on trm! at the corner of Gar- V 80>111'.01 growth.Never "
Ult ; the transfer take effect! at noon on the and to the reading public\! of this large -- Full to Ileetore Oraj J 4,
:9.11 -
: :-Iu' (tlt'mt1rt'IWl'll.) I have hopes.Yonkrrs :"th. which is this date, and as! it is city should IK a sntlicient guaranteethat den and Alc'iniz gtrceu for carpenter .V S V :_-V tun Hair* ...to,ip it d.*m Youiblul,..t bur Color tulice.
fHr..Utrlil Statesman.J. now 11 o'clock perhaps It would' be the occurrences of each day will and electricil work.or phone WJO. !I II..nd ,11.411 ltievit. :.

..-- .. well to visit the courthouse and have be faithfully and accurately chronicled."It -
these documents placed on the records." has occurred to the publisher! that V

A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. While going the few short blocks the there! are certain reforms which might The Star
if he about If the force Laundry
attorney asked his client contemplated be brought right

VAN PELT personal control of the prop- were wielded. The first of these will ,
BROTHERS
erty. be the effort to have the course of the Biggest Busiest Best I

'Such Is my intention," WaS the Mississippi! chanced so that the current ,

GARDEN STREET GROCERS, reply.) will How north and the microbes of the

"That Is well. No matter how faith drainage canal will re-enter Chicago
Have Received (tince the Holidays a Fresh Line of
ful subordinates may be, it Is wIse for mil no longer infect this fair place."

the proprietor of a largo enterprise to "Don't you think! sir, that some persons They Speak '
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
keep In personal touch with those who might; consider: it a-a-a-Joke?" -

carry out his orders." stammrrrtillarnilton. .

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacadcs of the Season.Our The document having been passed to "Oh dear no! I have consulted with

the clerk and the customary certificate some of the most eminent engineers on for Themselves L! r
Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the having been received Mr. Hudson said the subject and only after due consideration KH V

his clientVlll take luncheon have I decided that this shall
to
Best Freshest and Cheapest. you
We let the Shirt, Collars:
with me?" lie the first mission undertaken by the
and Cuffs we Launder speak for ;
"Thank you no. I wish that you P.ulletin."
VAN PELT BROTHERS, would accompany roe to the office and Then changing: the subject, he commenced themselves. They will talk louder I

introduce me to the gentlemen who a series of interrogations concerning .LaLwecan. We want to be judged i V
TELEPHONE NO. 231. ?.* jt J 31 EAST GARDEN ST. now are in my employ." the various members of the : more oy the work we do than by

"I see!" exclaimed the lawyer. "You staff. what we say. V

are anxious to get into harness and I A tremble of the building announced I

don't blame you. It must be a pleas- that the presses had started.

Classified Advertisements ing sensation to feel that one is at the "In here, did you say?" they heard ALL WORK C. 0. D. Mi Called for ml Dfcei FfLTELEPHONE

head of a great newspaper! ,some one ask, and the door was uncereLionioiisly : t 4

._ f As they walked arm and arm down pushed open. 114. 27 GARDEN ST. f
--- -- the street they were passed! by. several "H..;;: pardon gentlemen, for not '
WALKER INGRAHAM :
who were running said the intruder Manager.
men
young knocl.ing, hurriedly ,
ONE CENT A WORD. despite the weather spurred on by the "but 1 wsis' afnii.l he might; make for =-- ]1 1u ,1

Information gained in the recorder's i the \'IUtloYou won't do that 1I0will \\',
AX'fRD-AlI- ----------kinds----of- - -boer- I ollice! that one of the largest dailies in you, Smiley? Clml to sec iiieY .. ._-'..._-- .. ....__.. .. .'..--.. .....-. ......--.. .'.'..,... -.....'--...--..-_.. .. .,..,.-- .. .;,,.-.. .. ...... -.. V .
empty ( ."V --- ," V f V --, -
MoNEY( TO LOAN I III' bottles. .4. A. Friedman. n9-tl the United: States had! suddenlychanged "U'e t thought IIP was up to something: ji' l' t
hands. like this" continued the newcomer, .

( : ...1 reasonable terms and \\'A\TED-" more PUPIlS in "BIJCk The minutes later Mr. Hudson and for we found pen, ink and paper in (:j Roberts & Dailey, Ii:} 4V.
and White. Ky this system any Mr. Adams stepped! from an elevator his ro 'in, also several blank deeds! a
WI iIe1ty.J.
\V. KULLARI (lie can learn \n diuw anythuuiutloy and stopped\ in front (.f an othcc door deM-iiption; of this proH-rtj'[ and several a.. -DEALERS IN t.:.,

;;. S ii'li PaUlox, Up-Stairs. wi-h, any size. Even childrenten which bore the legend .'. ditor.. and I letters from Mr. Selkirk, which he secured ((1
old learn. ';
can Everypupil
J. .\. WILSON, Mana tr.Mt years i i"e from behind which came the hound of goodness knows where."
endorses. Come in and \ CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1
: for yourself, Otis A. ;Miller voices in eager coinersation. "What does this meatiV" asked Hamilton ;
'.\ i.io LOANV. It. )Ieri.WI Studio in Sail-bury Build ill "Come in," was the reply to their jumping;; up suddenly like a man 1M
I
Li.au A ent. :Money to HflmEXCHANUE I knock, and ns the portal swung it awakened from a sound sleep by a l: New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. L ;
i"ii. at r-a-oinl.le rate of interest: .
i, j. ; "'II! ,"cum '. Ofllce 112 and -- -- disclosed! one of the roisirtersVhlO had cry of alarm. (:)
j I:
-Any one aruiniiier Sj FRESH SUPPLY OF !
Il; >' t.: Tarraioiiitreet.MO.NKY home in the mountains wanting pas-sed them on the way and who was The newly arrived tnpjMil his head lI' 1
red of face and perspiring profusely."Hen with index linsrer and winked then
----- an ft
can exchange projiprty in Florida RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS 1
'! () l.KM: 1111 unproved or South Georgia for qual value' i is :Mr. Hudson! now!" exclaimed said: "i les been like this for live ,

r' uau>, in lir_ e: or puialluii in Ashpville, N. C. Will trade up a short stout man. rising; from 3ears. Thinks that he Is a great newspaper L'J..) OF ALL KINDS. I I V

: i 1-; at low rate of int.re"t. tip to 110.0(0( oriels Otis A. Miller, a revolving chair and taking a step publisher, and the only way we M; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. .
C.: .. ,, I,, -lie K. 15rooks, uttutneai >' J :balisburv:: hlock, Petisacoia. forward. "Perhaps you can tell me can keep him quiet is by letting him tl 4 .:
aw i \4't :rS.; falafox .St., Filiet Hflm what has hapix-m-d. Oialders here has with a little which has
... SmlniMo.l. \ monkey press }li ROBERTS & DAILY 'j
run so fast that his breath has failed been set up in his room. Hut hold on ; t,
l-'Olt MAJjIi.FOR :
1.r 1O-IA\ -iJo you teeUII. him." there! I'ott't knock a fellow ov crl": i! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Df pot. ilJ| t.

You can burrow any SALE; -The--"t'dTr-'LIP;;;; ; I "To make a Ions story short, I will I'or Hamilton! hid pushed him one **i IMioiif 1.'. i1 ''U want today ou euMtstt lots in the city on eay terms, by I tell you that the Ironing; I'.u'.letin has side and was going down the stairs .. |j !\.!

-, .. ..ii, lowe.it t.itn anywhere the Filifr Real }o:tate Agency.2Ol been sold by Mr. :Selkirk to Mr. Adams, I two !steps' at a time, yelling; at the top, .,.E"-'P:-''t'.--" ,.-..-..MI.. ...,-"-.._.. ,...-_.. .. .......--V.. ......!..-.,._... .. ,.'..._.. ..',_-.. .. ,>"<..S"5< !'. ,. ..: ..1S .
"' i I. on improved city cal l South 1'aUfox. ISilutI
1'j! _. and the latter Is now in ahl'olutellIlI- of his voice: ":$: top the presses! Kill
it in Win. Fishtr, :2u44! rt.I1' -- ----- --- I ,
trol. the editioii"'V :
.: 1 ixMie-t. lUAU IT1L."" . .. ,,< I u' .. .. .
-_ __- .-- -""--- -- -------- Too a!'tom!'nea to speaic. me eu.iorsank half hour later .Mr. .10:111: u. iiuason HALL & KLEIN
if I'M w ut to ().)ccow money, in- I COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 110 In- back in his chair and the silence nttornej- at law entered the restaurant i. I :
v. y. iu'iir your property tendeneia. Everything! lit-wi; all was not broken until the new proprietor across the street and paid the ,

I'' iii-tncts: of titlf, buy or modern convenienceModerate said soothingly: cashier $11.5a 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. '1 ;
"CHI", rmt property ol rai-s to transients. Desiruihie! day "This change need not affect you. Mr. "
:.1.' : !'i 'Poii, have reuts colr hoarders tI ken. i'5jlm; I .
Hamilton.lnl.. ".. jou wish to take the <.<>t It Tivixlril. I
:. .iur tuxea: attended to. initiative for I shall b<- veil\ plcnsed to Little ni'ie-year-old Kaihcl. whose Staple and Family t
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.ohtre'thy- C. utMiu FIRST-CLASS day board c-ui be Groceries'I
&.l' ii ,1".-tJte and li-UClH1CtA. had at tlw New Commercial hotel. continue you in active l hlrlIf thenews failing it r.'as to get stories soniewhiattuvisteti.
columns. Taking it for grantedthat once heard the conundrum of II
i'-u-.iuol.i, Kla. Cliarge: 110 Inttndencri street. Popular
'I'll evt-tyoutj who buys rates.) tran"ifiits. 23j line : you will: remain, I would like to I the rat and the thirty ears of com. It Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. '

uwo will lend jiit'tiey ask the hour when the ne\t edition I ran thus: There were thirty ears of V
< tu huil.t a |110:1-0>. S I.rt J'.urclllll: 1 I ini-t-. along I and Frnduce. :
---_ \ goes to li t'ss. corn in a bin and a rat came Poultry Eggs Country ;!
"At 'J o'clock." mid carried way three ears every to
HOARDING HOUSE at Wheeler
1I\.lIc.GU'UI-o.,----,-_... --#-.- I Springs, Mary .E-lh'f, Fla.. Mrs. "I would like: to han slight (chancre night.: How long did it take him toatry Telephone No. 358. : [
ilu* ".> AH IE1REMiriULiCdrIr Conduit, proprietress. All the made on the fourth piijre and aK have (' away the thirty cars? The answer \; J

in Hair (Jond11 -., comforts of home at very reasonable an 1..Itorlalllllt: in type, and. a1 wish of coiir-". was thirty nights -- !

-t ArticleHair Oil rate. Northern toutists will to give some Instructions concerning counting: the rats two ears:: and one car _

,\ -I U.\'l'rl1UH.ut ,..tr""t, find this an ideal place to pend apTtion the tjpojTJpuical; features it might of corn. r
ROYAL mm mm !
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-\v ,.,'-.J.1..1).- of the lp'l-In. 12'ilm bo well:! for me to talk with the fore Kachel thought; this a wonderfully I V "
man." good joke aiiil hastened! to tell her older -

\A I- ., YOUNG MEN tr.Miiunty -HlH.. ...- ._->)-V,% a.. While! an office boy waa hurrying; Ii brother whom she well knew always S 8 Years Old, in Cases of 4 Full Charts/at $3.20 per cmWHIHKEYn ,l

I at once to preitions B. L. DIAMON I.), tllA tailor has rt- downstair:. for the head of the mechanical appreciated' anything along; the .. 'I
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'- in the tiDVern- moVtto 1 n., West Government department tie editor askedhis line of a good joke. KiMiing up to him '.:. : I

',, Apply to street, opposite Express; office I' new employer if he had ever INH'H she said: " Slate C irr ">. Iii-t. where he is prepared( to clean, repair resident of that city. ot conundrum you ever heard. :See if JL Ky., Distillery, and j M fully matured in wood a :
Cedar Jlapid-, la. and press ladies' and cpntlemens'toilor a before bottling it j is absolutely pure and not excelled ,J "
It."W I lot mades"'t. IfijSmAt "Yt'''. for a short time, many years you can glue--s It. And thus she wenton ii quality: by any Whiskey or the same age ',
,;-T-----.4 aco. But I hne: always kept in touch : "Tli
: \.r.II'.1,;uu" vi V114i-1 t I I..ct..,..I. I&t itC4bti.. with the residents In whom I have bin and a rat came along; and carriediwiy Ueiprht years old when bottled, and, considering ; : f
: .4< n J reputation in "ANYONE-- bored- wells, taken a great interest." I : three potatm-s every night.: How its excellent quality, is the cheapest whUkey InS t

ut III.1\111 this' adveitIj county required e-')- feLce posts!wanting or anything in the grocery -I -Mr. Sill our foreman" said: Hamilton -I long did it take him to carry away the the market at that price. As a beverage, and a* "4

1 wealthy hu4ine hou-o or dry goods line will do as a man appeared on the thresh whole bag?" an absolutely pure stimulant, there j U none better. .
Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to .
'i1 ttacil l'< italldll1 Haliry wi-ply before purchasing to eec D. old.
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*'-, w lily with addiJ :\r. Merritt. Olive Fla. !jilim "Here is a short editorial which I indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining .
expenes the whiskey, i is not sati-fied with the .
A Thousand Dollars Tnrcwn Away quality be V :
editions said ,
all dayable in ca-h wish run in all today .
can return the same at our and
> Wednesday from hfadH H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker, 315 Mr. Adams after a hearty hnnl1shakl'I Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, will be refunded. expense money ; I ':1
II' t
'r?" and carriage fur- South Palafox street. Re covering the of the first column of i
I "Also at top All orders should be t
accompanied
umbrellas and Xpb., writes: "My wife had lung V by either ;
Reier- and repairing 1
w if-n n cc;:! try. words V .
the editorial page; substitute the ; !iCiflY---OLa currency, postoffice money order, bank draft
or eXpress V i
II K, Silk trouble for fifteen We ;
: icli\-p el 'addressed en- parasols a specialty. covers over years. We
James order. refer to
'Edited and l'utJIishl'lll.y Henry money First National i
R t''>!oi i.il Co., CaxtouC always on hand. Jan 3 Adams' for the phrase Published by tried a number rf doctors and spent Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. 'J j .
C 9'.b.Jw
__ c.J'U I,'ul <'o..t u n\t... Jeremiah Selkirk. Proprietor: over a thousand dollars without any .
:\ '-Meu to Iraru buibers --...-- ...--- "Yes sir" said the foreman. relief. She was very low and I lo.-t S. A. :' :

'!1-, dlpl! mi-, 'Ot uons CARNIVAL CO TU IE -In velvet "Please! have a proof ready for me all hope. when a fri*>cd u.r pIpdFoley's FRIEDMAN '
,1\ ,'n nr lOiiatps. shorrir Silk, Satin and other mate I return from Tar V' '
in an hour-by the time trying Honey and .
> d by our methods of rials. can be rented at :Mr E. D.NorJstrom's SOLE PKOPRIETOK PEXSACOLA, FLA. .' !1'I.
"II.e. e XptTt llistlUfI Millinery !Store. Also luncheon. There will be nothing"more which I did ; and thanks to this : t

tfaloiruti tmi't'l' tr.-... 1t"kFaist: NOSPS Wus and today. Mr. Sill.\ Now ;gentlemen. and great remedy, it saved her life. She ; P. O. CCX 41H. 1ll.EI'1INf; : '; liD :
C.,!.'!{", 128: CaronX. Unit God at No. 11 East Intend Mr. Adams turned as the foreman left I is stronger and enjoys better health IWflISK.Y. : VV t !
I "will be guests I ___ __ ___ J' 44 .
w Orleans, L t. '::ncia street, near Palafox.Laxative the room. you my -' V I
than she has ever known in ten r)

---- across tenderloin the street'The steaks were very tender year We shall never be without 161 handle every class of IJqno nnMj, : Ii .(

the mushrooms with which the Foley's Honey and Tar ard would bulk, or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prieea thai 4
down. V
Uromo Suinine"c! PJl on meat was smothered were unusually ak those afflicted to try it.V.. A. are way r
7" every juicy and the wine had been well iced. D'Alemberte. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip in 3 Days !). 'ZfrVVu bL 25.
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THE BAIL? NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORWA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18, .08 /

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; be largely attended, and more interest The Sunshine of. True Healdand ;10'MURDER FEET FURNISHERS FOR CASH ONLY. /

j GOOD LUCK. felt in the great work. "'- -
Life After Years of J

Miss Cora Brown left yesterdayfor '

New Orleans for a stay of about Agony. FONDEBILLA WOWIhh8EKIG

two weeks. -
J'II not hard to ten wnj there la such a ;

Miss Willie Kendrick arrived yesterday Paine'sCelery
penen.ous demand tor"GOOD LUCK ftaUfil '
,to visit her niece, Miss Bessie SUCH A PLOT SAID TO EXIST "SpilS YET A SECRET,,

Powder: Jta Great Leavening Power and periodfurltymakelt. Bassett. She will remain here for a CompoundRescues

few days, possibly after the carnival. WITH THE SOLDIERS AT BUT EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUr THE

Mrs.Willis M. Ball of Jacksonvilleis a Sufferer Who Had
BARRANCAS POST.In

visiting Mrs. C. A. Choate on Bel. Given Up All Hope.The ODD AND END SAl
Richmond Va. mont street. Mrs. Lora Hussay is ;

liver the largest and of
also Mrs. Cboate' guest. one
the city court this morning a
the most important organs of the
body is, to thousands 'of young and witness testified,among other things, and who are selling SHOES at such RIDICULOUSLY: LOW PitA '!s.

FOUR MORE old a source of suffering. It has that a plot exists, at Barrancas and
been truly said that a diseased liver
Few of the Good Values Have
iIALEOUOES means physical and mental tortures among soldiers at that place to get Many we :

i i iw. and dangers. The common symp-- rid of police officer Fondebilla. Sucha
BATTLESHIPSARE toms of liver complaint are loss of .
Ladies' Welt shoes lace button
$3.00
or __.... ?
......................... appetite, nausea; vomitaing, furred statement was not surprising to j

The girls and boys of Miss Cald- tongue headache constipation depreslon of impure spirits and blood a, that officer, he said,* for he had I $o.00Ladies' Pat tip French heel.___ _._ .?' /.6 .

weU' Sunday school class are very SAID TO BE SPEEDING THIS Lost of other evils. ? heard it on a previous occasion. 'I $1.75 Ladies'button, extension sole__ __ _._.._"t.J.'I
victim of liver
Are complaint
a
for the reception you
busy getting ready Such a plot was foand to have been

to meet George: and Martha Washington WAY, AND WILL ARRIVE Do you noted experiencP.any above? If so of, do the not symptoms fail- really in existence and the officers J $1.85 Ladies' common sense__..___.... .......:. Sit,


It hoped, Friday that afternoon all their friends from 4 to will C. SOME TIME FRIDAY. ery j n.Compound il.e iroo'Jiate, the use only of Paine's medicine Cel- have investigated the matter to such $$.t50 Men's shoes, all kinds. .....-.....----..---.......... ...._>!. ?6


1 come, fur these young people with that directly strikes the root of the an extent that the names of the originators $3.00 Men's patent enamel. ..._. ..._-........--...- ......._$!f./
and infuses new life into
i their leather are deeply interested trouble of the scheme have been

iu working for the new Christchurch "Four more battleships have been every inactive organ. Mr. C. U. $2.50 Men's patent leather .... ... .._... ........ .-... --.... ...$.Sl
Beaumont, Memphis Tenn., gives the learned and should these come to

and are raising money to put ordered to Pens lcola and are expected following testimony town and begin to "get bad" they 1 $2.00 Men's lace. or congress, 4 styles_..._.__ ..... ........ .$. '(,
in a handsome pulpit. tomorrow. A long distance "For many years I was a sufferer : 7V
Qsieadelihtfulevenirrglsrromkedall'wbo from liver trouble, and at times endured will be dealt with accordingly. I -- -'r-
I telephone to that effect has blood
message terrible agonies. My
attend this leceptiou, Last night five soldiers came to

for an entertaining musical program : just been received ; you may so inform "S was in bad condition, and headache the and to i MEYER SHOE CO.
f and constipation added to my miseries i city began get
i arranged; and tae famous cherry the people this afternoon." 'I' The doctors were unable to soon. Three of them were admon-l I ,

tree will be there, with cherries for The above was: phoned TilE NEWS I cure me nad I lost all hope, and at
Feet Furnishers for Cfish
times wished for death. Upon the ished by officer Fondebilla to keep Only.
is
site; each bunch of cherries nuns
late this afternoon from the navy advice of a friend, 1 commenced to
I within the bounds of reason; but
bered and will draw souvenir of
a 102 SOUTH PALAFQX SrR ET.
I use your wonderful Paine's Celery
yard by an officer. Should it prove
the occasion. The decorations will Compound. After taking the medicine they took umbrage at the officer's .
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of course be very patriotic.The true it will mean much for the fes- for two weeks I felt very much warning and renewed their threat,

members of the class will be tivities next week. improved. I have taken In all seven
bottles, and thank to God, I am today using an abundance of indecent language D. HALE WILSON
attired in colonial dress, to serve the ,
) healthy and strong. Paine's Celery in their talk. They were all
guests, while George and Martha Compound truly saved me from the

Washington, impersonated by two FILED TWO BICDAMAGE grave. I shall always recomend it." arrested and Bent down, during Real Estate and Rental Agtnt

very charming young people of so. I 1 which proceeding they threatenedto

ciety's younger set will receive, at SUITS DO YOUR OWN DYEIXG AT HOME "get even" during Mardi Gras. ,

Judge Jno. C. Avery's residence, make home dyeing 13}{ South Palafox Street,
DIAMOND DYES
Shortly afterwards two more soldiers -
Friday afternoon, Feb. 20, 1903. Ad. easy; they reQuire TELEPHONE NO.243. PENSACOLA, ORI7A
only care and the ilmple following of direc ran against Officer Bolline and
mission 25; cents children loo.
; Yesterday afternoon two big actions tions. Thay give to tbe Inexperienced as -
were sent down after a great deal of
good colon as to tbe expert dyer. direction -
for damages were filed in the
Mrs. Bleeker Forbes entertains at book and 45 dyed samples free. trouble. ...SPECIAL SALE...
office of the circuit clerk against two
DIAMOND DYES Burlington Vt.
cards afternoon and
Saturday evening -
This morning the mayor heard the
; February 21st. big corporations. -AT-
! cases and each of the five
Judge J. C. Avery and Hon. C. B. upon

An occasion of bril A placed a fine of $10. They gave their
unsurpassed Parkhill, representing Luther Hunt,
liancy was the reception and dance MARITIME. names as Bros Sehinki, B. H. Good
white of Century, began action for BRAWNER'STo
,, last evening given! by Mr. and Mrs. win, Fresh Our, Win. J. Troutmanand
rr damages! to the amount of $15000;:;
William Swift Keyser, at their residence
Elm: P. Bawson. The latter
on West LiRua street. The from the Alger-Sullivan Companyat ARIUVED.
t pan ss Junlo:'':!, Zavala Charleston to one was charged with interferingwith make for Immense Stock of
spacious rooms were thronged durIng Century. The complainant alleges Gull Transit I'o room my Sprng

,t the hours by the beauty, elegance Liu'cli BS Aimtel, 1508; I'anger Curaca to the officer when Troutman was
that while of the
an employe J A emu k Co
and gallantry of I'eusaceliaus: I arrested. Goods, which is now Arriving Daily.
company he sustained injuries
. and their charming visitors. Mr-. Comparative. -
.' Keyser was aj-sisted in receiving by I i which have prevented the use of his "You oat your breakfast food so 3000 yards of 79 Soft-Finished I 30 doz Men's All Wool Rpd Unv.r.

Mrs. Ruse, from Mobile, Mrs. Mul- I arm, and: he therefore wants to be slowly Mr. Beaks," remarked the landlady The Doctors Bleached Domestic, worth Gc, to shirts, worth $1,special 75c; drai..n
to match. I'
don, Mrs. W. H. Knowles, Mrs. L.I, paid that sum for the Injuries sus- make room, at \---i yard.
t. "Yes, ma'am. replied the star boarder 3000 Fitchville 41 Bleached 47 Ladies' Readytn-1Ve'lr r/
yards says
: Hilton Green, Mrs. J. Himpsou tained. "and<< it reminds me of a kiss througha Domestic, worth 9:, to make room, Day Skirts, worth $1.50 specs ale]
% Reese, Miss Nicolson, Miss MaryNicohon telephone" 7c 98o each. f
at yard.
Another suit is for $10,000, in
and Miss Cary. Mrs. Lu "In what ?" 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear .iny.
: way 2500; yard* Lonsdale and Fruit 4-4
.t S. Brown which the L. & N. Railroad Com "( and Is tasteless.- Ape Coming : Day l Skirts, guaranteed a wil l,
j; cius and Miss Katherine ol's a long way Bleached Domestic, worth lOc to
worth $1, I'pecialllale J2.18 ei(h.|
'r ; Smith served punch with inimitable pany is made a defendant. Harry Wheeling News. make room at fc..(e yard. 60 Ladies' Black and olorpd

grace. Mrs. Emily C. Smith L'iuier, colored, petitions that he be 10,000 yards -I" Unbleached Do- Worsted Skirts: worth |L6o, peclal
mestic, worth 6c, to make room, at sale 98e each.
'II served cocoa, and Miss Violette Moreno THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL
. i that for the death of his .
paid sum 4t. c yard. 37 Lidie-i' Black Tailored
nj
Three Month's Services Given Figured
i coffee, at a table constantly
I wife, who was killed some time 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand SheetIng Skirts, worth J250 tc f8,peciai
ri surrounded with delighted guests. KoRECAST-Rdin, to-nlgth and Free to All Invalids Who worth 13c, to make room, at 13: sale {1.9S to U 9M each.
r Miss Fannie Aiken, Miss Sallie since by a switch engine on Rail- warmer Friday,fresh east winds. yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool tmel'3

f r Wright, Miss Mary Chaffin and Miss road street. Call Before March 21st. 1000 yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth $!.&, gpec-
---- --- ialldrawersto; match, in Vhite
Sheetihg, worth 23/'jCto make room, ,
Bertie Smith escorted into
I the guests -
Red and Fawn colors.
A GOOD UKCOMMKNDAT10X. Temperature in Last 24 Hours:
I at IS?.'c yard.
: I! the diuihgroom, which was a "I have noticed that the sale, ofChamberlain's Maiimum..______?_.____. 51 degrees A stafT of eminent physicians and surgeons 750 yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached 25: doz. Boy's and Girls' Jibbed
and Fleeced Lined
vision beauty, the walls hung with Minimum._,. .. ... .34degrees from the Red Cross! Medical Institute Undersnits at
I Stomach: and Liver ? ? ? llr--? Sheeting, worth tic, to make room, 25c drawers to match.
I ;
,; t-iinlax with rink butterflies floating will at the urgent solicitation of a large at 203
1 Tablets is almost to those yard. 21 doz. Hoy's and Girl's Gra and
: invariably Temperature Elsewhere: number of patients under tbelr care In thiscuuntryestabiished
U it here the color scheme of
ver ; pink
Rememberwe carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts aioc
who have once used them, Mr.J. a permanent branchof ;
iud grtenprevailedeveninthedamn- says Min. Max. Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match.
rt.. H. Weber, a prominent druggistof Atlanta_ .______.I'i cakes: and ices. An elegant: carry ,
t/ sup- The eminent gentlemen have decided to
Cascade Iowa. What better recommendation .__._.__ ___.!*) -It 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck |I Men' and Boy's and Girls' kioe9
per was served by charming and attractive .._ .._.. __. give their servlces-rotlrely free for three
could medicine Chicago ? !utl (\IiCloclnnatl. Moreno Undershirts, special :20c! ; this we can save you 23c on.
t : waitresses, Miss Leah any ._._._..._.-__._ o Itl months (medacineexceptedtoell: ) Invalids drawers to match. I n..membpr-We carry a, fuIlUne
have than for to call for it who call upoL. them for treatmect betweennow '
1 Chaffin. Miss Edna Avery, Miss people Gavl'stoo____._ 52 B* 6) doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 60 on

: j! Katherine Avery, Miss Stella Avery, when in need of such remedy? Try Huronhi, 01 sist not and only March of consultation 21st. These services examination con- dershirts, worth GOc, special 35c; : H.Har. We will close them 01, at
thf-m when you feel dull after eat- Jacksonville_______30 5J i! drawers to ma tch. i I j P1" 'f price oil other merchant
i Miss Hairs, Miss Elise Ubipley, Miss and advice,but also of minor surgical opera
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;i Iln?, when you have 1bad taste in Kansas tHy .H
; !Spencer:: :'olisilariol1 Spencer and your mouth, feel bilious, have noap- Key west__....._.____....54 it ations. The object in pursuing this course t

I.; .Miss I) 1i.ie Wright. I petite or when troubled with constipation Memphis __.?_._.___ li> :SI U to become rapidly and personally acquainted I We will Close Out Wool
with the sick and Billeted,and under Any Winter Drss
I The round table had for its centerpiece and you are certain to be delighted Mobile ._...._.._._.3J 51
no conditions will any charge 'hatt'.t'rb"
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with the relief which Montgomery. 21: :5u
prompt
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tl a large basket graceful made for any services rendered for threemonths Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
pink
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; they afford.: For sale by all druggists New Orleans.___._. UH f j
. carnations: and ferns and from the and medicince dealers. Sew York_.?.__.._._.OJ is to all who call before March 21st

; ; rose-shaded chandelier, tied with a Savannah___ :!il lSt. \ The deformities doctors treat and guarantee all forms a of cure disease In every and I AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.

. beautiful bow of satin ribbon Louis _.___.-oo.o 10 .
I pink case they undertake. At the first interview
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which was caught to a smaller bas. THE MARKETS. I if Incurable you are frankly and kindly told F. E. BRAWN
' The demonstrator for the Malta- so;aUoadvlstd against spending mom>y for
ket of pink carnations placed at the useless treatment. ,

t 1 edge of .the table. Placed among Vita Pure Foods Company is at Sol: Male and female weakness, catarrh and io5 S. Palaf iz.Si

t beautifully iced cakes were pink Cahn's.: Call and be served with a catarrbal deafness; also varlcocele, rupture

food COTTON REPORT and all diseases of ___ _
t candles in little bisque roses, and sample of this pure product.12f3t goitre cancer the -- u "-".
rectum,are positively cured by their new
i baskets of pink candy held the almonds treatment A Severe Cold for Three Months. SCHEDULE AND PASSENCft

,+; and bon bons. I Reported for THE NEWS by D, F. Their chief associate surgeon of the Insti- The following letter from A. J.

;t. i In the library the effect was green --w- .-. .- vNEWS -. -" Lowe; Co. tute will be in personal charge. Nusbaum, of Batesville, Ind., tells RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
its own story: "I suffered for three
i and red, glowing roses caught in :
Spots. ---------------
mouths with a severe cold. A druggist I
; I profusion on the bamboo drapery. ( Good lIddjng..a) 5-8 PROPOSALH will be prepared me some medicine, LINE.

; I In the parlors the decorations were NOTES ; Strict \Iiddling..9 1-2 SEALED at thq office of the and a physician prescribed for me,

': i green and yellow the walls hung! in Light House Inspector, Key West, yet I did not improve. I then tried
I L. Middling .9 38 Fla., until 12 o'clock m., Monday, Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight The Pensacola, St. Andreas and
t bamboo with yellow roses, and the .... '_ ---4- Strict Low Middling.8 316 March 16, 1903. and then opened, for doses cured me." Refuse substitutes. Gulf Steamship Company hfj flied
i i i ( handsome vine with the large II i Low Iiddllng..8 7-8 furnishing and delivering fpe and W. A. D'Alemberte. the following' schedule and ates to
\ shaded yellow flowers being most The weather man says the weather Tone provisions for vessels and ftations In apply between Pensacola ,nj the

, artistic. Throughout the decorations i will continue warm Friday but Bteady. the (seventh Light-House District I Tables of quality for the points named:
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rain is predicted for tonight.A FUTURES. during the fhcal year to end 30 June. Dining hall
I If handsome plants were used. A room, library, SCHEDULE
I March .9.S1May 1904, in accordance with specifications
: most delightful evening was enjoyed late train will be run on the 984 ; copies cf which, with blink i and parlor at Marston Sf Steamer Tarpon will lea'e pCDaa-

: : by all those fortunate enough to at !, dummy line tonight to accommodate proposals and other information, '' Quina's. cola every Tuesday 'nighi at gji:;
,, -- be had application to o'clock, after the arrival of
. : tend. may upon the Mobile
: wish
passengers who to see NAVAL STOUttS MAUKKT.tteported :, Commander JAMES: H. BULL, U. I I train and the P. & A. B.oomtno-
t Miss Kidder at the opera hou e. I I S. N., Inspector. 19e,)d3t Try Gnnther'a Candies atSolomon's. I II dation Iraln. This will ,'nabte a

:,. Mrs. Frank Ruse, to the regret of Daily for The New. bj ._ person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m.,
Santo is
The popular Joe now presiding I I
,", her many friends left on the noon Union Naval Store Co make close connection at eDgacoU
at Solomon's place, 221 Pala I I F. & A. M.Regular and reach St. Andrews
; j train today for her home in Mobile. RO8IS. PIANO DRAWING PENSACOLA ;he next
f fox street, where be greets his 1 I communication morning at7 o'clock.
ww___1425 if_ __t.! 40wa
\ friends with that same old smile. _____ CARNIVAL ASSOCIATIONThe Pensacola Lodge No. 42, PASSENGER IllTgs.Tbe
::1 : Miss Leab Chaffin leaves tomorrow 8 'Ii tI-___ 2 OS .
f 2i____ B 65 ____ .F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m.,
t for New Orleans where she will enjoy The costumes for sale by the Car- 1r 195.15 G Thursday, Feb. 19. passenger rate froy j !8acoU
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&: will be follows (
as
the Mardi Gras festivities. nival committee are on exhibitionat brethren : 7
Visiting are
cordially -
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D. 195L drawing for the piano will To St. Andrews and Stf. Auirews

the Gas company's office. Mrs. -___ 1I5.! C.t below__ IK take place at the Jesse French PianoGo's C.invited.B. TUNISON. W. M. point!-$600; round trip $10.
Admiral and Mrs. Wise entertain Maxon will take pleasure in showing SMUTS TDmri5Tim-85bid. To Apalacbicola and! 'aulibtl1e$8 -
Monday, Feb. 23d, at 6 p. m., T. H. FLEETWOOD, Sec.
I at dinner Saturday evening. them. 50; round trip $15. :
i We are the only furniture and every Monday until the piano is These fares include Int.claH
' Wm. C. Walker baa signed a con disposed of.PENSACOLA. NOTICE. cabin stateroom and meals.
' Bishop Edwin O. Weed arrives tonight electrician for dealers in the city who carry Further information secured
tract for the season as CARNIVAL ASso's.1'febSt Stat members of Naomi Rebecca can be
, ; be will epeud a few days in tbe Gertrude Coghlan Co., and will a compUte line of china lodge No. 10 are requested to attend by applying at the company's offices

the city. Tomorrow, Friday morning leave Sunday at noon to take up his cases and sideboards. We practice tomorrow (Wednesday), at in the Thiesen building,
at eleven o'clock he will have TO CURB COLO IN ONE DAY 7:30
a duties, meeting the company at sell them fur cash or on p.m. sharp.
special service and address for theWoman's Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets CHA3. FBIEDRICKSEX,
Atlanta. easy payments. Marston $ This tUnatore Jtfil Jfr __ on every Captain. lludaiu'S, IRE 3est for pc.
Auxiliary Society. He lox. JSc. UJH .
vlll be assisted by Rev. P. H. Quina._ --

i- Whaley, and also Dr. W. P. Hod- CO TO ,SOL CAHN & CO.'Sand Hot French Waffles with Hot French Waffles with .

son of St.Catherines Church. It is be served with Malta-Vita and Florid, Cane Syrup at Florida Cane Syrup at Llralive !!moJtLliM.A "" ilaeY8'YQIrtIaCoWIaOrrer

earnestly: urged that this service will receive a Cook Book Free. Solomon's. Solomon's 'C boss *




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