The daily news
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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 20, 1903
Frequency: daily (except monday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002076174
oclc - 33669261
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System ID: UF00075893:00333
 Related Items
Related Items: Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola evening news

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FEBRUARY 20 1903
NO 38
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Be.t Melliod of Urrntlilnjt Steam to An Inexpensive: Remedy For Getting !
lure (Cough. Rid of Soot.

111.ln; the w lter months throat and The tendency of pipes and furnace 'f .n;

eLi-st troubles are 3I.un.lnt.1111: : the I flues to fill with soot at this season of

FOR TILLMANHe vl'-tlm !is more often than not ordered ito |I the year is so marked that any suggestion SURELY RED HOTi[ j

: inhale, says the Philadelphia lubUe t j. of a convenient remedy for that' \

Ledger.luhnlers,: condition Is worthy of serious consider ,

are esi>eiisle things to buy, I;: anon A correspondent to the St. Paul --. ;I!

and so the ordinary substitute is a jug Pioneer Press sa> s that zinc burned If

Pleads Self-Defense--Many Affidavits Bead- filled with fairly hot water. Over this the furnace is very effective. Just throw Leading Reads *f
Daily a Lecture on the Subject M
the patient sits Lead and face eineloped j I upon the fire a handful of zinc filingsor ,

Tillman Was Not In Court Room. in a towel gasping and chokiug, .! a piece of sheet zinc as large: as of Harbor Deepening I +* i

I petting a mouthful of steam, and then I your hand, and it clears away the soot 1t

raising the head iu order to exhale, us if by magic.; .i: !!
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takiIin daring the '' several Once a week will (suffice. Shut the

C. 1"'<:11. 19.The apn1 mouthfuls: of nr.! '- dope quickly after throwing iu the zinc Mobile appreciate
people not
J made by former Lieu- 'n.ill met!.. <1 .l.x>s more harm than Our informant bays his family has used j

,r James II. Tillman BURGLAR WASDETERMINED gtsvi (!':U<:!il", violent couching; fit*, I this method for forty yours and never the way their harbor h shown up iuhe INDIANA AT j t\. :\

i which irritate tie thro.-.t anti
'-. Chief Justice Y. J. making tm pati'-ut Uior susceptible to -e('p.j The '
ship cannot even ride in Alabama : -
aftr-rnuon. cc:Id.! I f, therefore, instead of using the j i TILl remedy is net expensive. A NAVY YARDS i! :

jug a common !bedroom hot water can I j vornout zinc washboard: will furnish waters; aud as a great; many ,

"' I. J. Pope is hearing is taken, will warmed and 'an-fully enough; of the metal for six or eight oc p 'ople are going there with the idea: 'I J I I. w d,

.!-ion for bail for J. 11. filled one-tLird full with boiling water, caious.lItllf you have: to buy sheet of seeing the vessel there the10 I.I 1:
RESIDENCE OF A PROMINENT to wJ.il'lI.a of zinc 113 cents' worth suffice for I ::
"d with Killing Editor ), a te.isfuwnful eucalyptus may a RAN DOWN YESTERDAY AFTER- f
;u. '
bile Register i them in tho foljwing
oil ur whatever the doctor has ordered single; fire all \\ inter. liven when soft warns -

:. il.! .x.ment. CITIZEN RUDELY VISITED has been added, a capital inhaler coal is u l'liin hard coal stoves and furnaces : NOON TO FILL HER BUNKERS '

has been made. the zinc will keep them
: will not be concluded open, so "A number of Birmingham people
WEDNESDAY NIGHT. :Make: tube of the stiffest notepaper, that those who have been unable to secure AND WILL REMAIN A '
''i i o'clock this afternoon at Mo-! .
write that they are coming to '
place: over the spout of the can to serveas anthracite'will not be seriously iu-
v; The other day Mr. Hoii -- a mouthpiece, raise the lid of the convenienced by the change.If bile next week to see the United FEW DAYS.

of Kdgefield, testified that A determined burglar visited the can the least little bit, and, placing the this recipe is all that is claimed fort States battleship% Alabama. It shouldbe I

mouth to the spout the steam escapesas the inconveniences of using soft coal !, \i!
i : heard Mr. Gonzales say that home of Mr. W W. Watson, on La- known to them that the Alabamawill
It Is breathed out through the lid. are reduced to a minimum, and Its '"

"> ,:.d make Tliman show the wine I Ir Rua' street, near Guillemarde, early It Is most Important not to fill tho cheapness more than compensates for not be in Mobile-not even in Last evening the big battleship j ,. |1

r Wednesday night and perhaps today can above the opening) of the spout, or being deprived of hard coal. If it will Mobile bay; for the reason that Indiana weighed anchor and ran I I

a mouthful of the boiling: water will be keep the chimneys clean, the cost of down to the navy yard, where she .
l' was corroborated by Mr. J. A. carries a terribly lacerated arm '-1
sucked In, with most disastrous results. chimney sweeps and the dangers from vessels drawing over twenty-three

\' a dorkeeper in the senate, who form his own bold and cowardlywork. Avoid going; Into a cold room after in ire by burning;; out are both avoided.how feet cannot come to our city, and was again anchored and this: morn- j ..

haling.; ing: began coaling from lighters. The 1
d it by saying that he did not to Make Laundry Itlae. vessels drawing more than twenty- t. ;:
\\bo the man was, but heard Mr. Watson, who U a member of How to Make Pride Cake.One A cheap and excellent ]laundry blue four feet cannot cross the outer bar ship will remain at her present an- i i

marks. the firm of Green, Watson & Co., pound of flour, a teaspoonful of can be nuule by purchasing from any Into Mobile bay. chorage until some time tomorrow, I :

cream of tartar, half a teaspoonful of good cheuiNt .1 cents' worth of Indigo when she will again move up and .
left for
'-acity and Mind in Question, New York a few days since .i
soda, a pound of sugar;: half! a pound of ; blue and oxalic acid mixid. Divide "In the lower bay, in the basin anchor I

the state produced witnesses and has not returned. His wife and butter, the whites of sixteen eggs anti this Into three equal; ixirtions, put known as the 'lower anchorage,' opposite the city. : !

'i i i at White is feeble-minded. children were alone early Wednesday a tea!';poonful of almond flavoring. into tune half pint batles and fill with there is thirty feet and more depthof This morning Mayor Jones and i t

\ It.-at butter and sugar to n cream, mix atrr.f'r it has jmod for a day! officers and members of the commercial \ J)
several other relatives
Senator 15. It. Tilman and having
I with the stiffenedLites of the eggs:: this preparation which does toot loud water, but this is not availablefor

Mirer W. 11. Timmerman gone out a short while. add flavoring, then the Hour, sifted the clothes and is't r.)' economical Is the battleship, as there is not organizations and President i' ")

'" XVhite's veracity and The remaining members of the with the soda awl cream of tartar. SUr ready for use.How over twenty-four feet on the outer Ingraham of the Carnival AssocIation i
gently and thoroughly and bake in a
---- went down and i
'atl?. family had retired when a noise was extended the .'!
moderate oven. to Hum Sulphur. bar As the Alabama draws twenty-
heard at'the rear window and after I courtesies of the port to Captain 1 "e:7
: affidavits! were sub- ( Sulphur! Is an excellent;: disinfectantwhen six feet, she will not be able to enter

., '.'ick's neighbors to 'I listening a short time Mrs, Watson Ilotv to ,Oi>en a l.olnter. burned in the poultry house but Emory and other officers of the big i
the waters of Alabama but must I
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This is n stumbling block for manyhousvliepprrs as sulphur melts and smothers the vessel. The re'f t
moved slightly and made a noise. party
i rarity, and the de- I but with a Utile practice flame it is difficult to burn it satisfactorily anchor out in the Gulf of Mexico, .

i. ,i aiMavits: : in replyI The intruder left his place aud: hur- you will! soon hart: to open a boiled lobster says Garden and 1'arm. One in waters that are often rough andto turned early this afternoon and reported t".:,II"','

riedly walked around to the front er>ily. After lime lobster is cold way .to lit) so I is to dissolve one-half their visit to have b *en an .j of'
I T i ',"..' r'.an:; and others. small
break the tail!! and Kxly part twist off pint of pine tar and ofr -half pint of craft dangerous, particularly enjoyable I
door where he endeavored to one. ; .
'i !,i" -" ,-nn' produced an afiidaTilmau the daws and remove tli' body from turpentine In one-half gallon; of kerosene at this season of the year. ,

... ....r was the one forcibly. In this he was unsuccess the slull. Then rerjove the grmn fat in an open vessel. Soak iu this solution "This condition illustrates and Last night a number of officers ; t

ful. it ty Mibsiai.oe ai. !: railtlie: threats; that Becoming desperate seems mix with the nicr.i. The war-h will well saturated. Then take them from makes plain the need of a greater ;

i :1, !,. in demonstrations! and be drew back his arm and let lly his be found directly under the bead lie- the solution and dint on them nil of depth of water over Mobile's outer the city and some of them were '1 4'J

!lat.: !- \unm his overcoat clinched hand evidently intendingto move this ;aid uli the gill4. Break the powdered' sulphur that will stick to bar. Frequently we have steam at the opera bon e. One of them 'J:

force the door. His aim was defective open) the body and take out the small theta Use nails or pieces of wire andlusert said that he was in fear his vessel t\.
.1 ,' !n:". thumbs out, his pieces of nlt'at'Lkh lie under the the pointed end Into the large ships here that cannot take on their'all I, t 3t
however, and the hand shot ends of the cob and then stick them would be sent to some port other ;I' .';
.' i I""-< and had not beenI gills. ANo break open the claws and on supply of bunker coals because

through a glass panel in the door. remove the meat. Care should be exercised the floor. Remove: all the combustible than I'ensacola. He had desired to ;,
: "CkOtS. draw water loaded than
I I- they more
In intestine which matter from the poultry house, permitting -
removing the ,
Then there was no further disturb see the place and was very glad that f:
T in Carried mistols Handy. runs the entire length; of the tail piece, the fumes to enter every crack we have in our channel or 'on the :r
ance. and crevice all the surface and his wish; had been gratified. He said ; .
r a legislator from as it is poisonous and is without color. over outer bar." .. <
Yesterday morning spots of blood Cut the bony membrane on the insideof the lice will be destroyed. This should others on the ship were in the ; i jl"that .
-.J w Mr. Tillman's pis- People of that state are invited to \
be done month In
the tall with scissors and remove the once a warm
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found the front and
were on porch
'"r.- the shooting tail meat in one pleee.Irnw weather. bring the silver service to Pensacolafor : J'3mefix.

.' an affidavit from Miss steps, the crimson stream leading: to CryMtal.To presentation. Here we have Richard Wainwright, Jr., one of ,_-
How to Ilriehten
the sidewalk and toward railroad to Iron Colored IHooxei.When the midshipmen, is a son of 'the fa- f I :
bottles that of facilitiesfor
ii nurse of Spartan- cleanse decanters and plenty of water; plenty .
colored blouse
ironing a no
i street. Blood spots were &Uo: \ fouud have become) discolored till threequarters mous commander of the converted -H'13
ii<'ltbat i in attending matter of what material, don't use a conveying the service to the
on the j jigged edge of the glas". very hot iron. An oH'l'hf'ltl'Iron Injures full of cold water and add eggshells anchor yacht Gloucester, which did such I.,1'
Alabama which
iiicle. Captain Kllwtt, crushed into small pieces and can safely ,

'ipotuales; remark thati Mr. Watson's house 1* q-iite near and fa.tod.on the colors,ironing making a them silk blouse look dull aji shake thoroughly. If this method dues luO yards from the city proper; here timely work in the Santiago fight J.t ...: ,

a number of others! and the man's not restore the crystal to its; pristine with the Spanish torpedo boats. He t. ;
i ,I showed the white excellent plan is to lay a piece of but- we can show them the most beautiful .
boldness unequalled. He evidently ter muslin over the silk. This prevents clearness, try a small quantity of spir- was also on the ill-fated Maine: ;
irl i him speak ill of its of salt diluted with three times its body of water on the coast; here !
knew of the gentleman's absence or that shiny look that silk pets If the when she was destroyed. ,.,
direct weight of water. we can show the inlanders some of
Iron is allowed to come con
he would have been more careful. The Indiana will be in the city '
T '. 1" Presents His Defense. tact with It. the largest sea-going steam and
How to Bruin tbe Hair.
His must have been cut anchorage Sunday, it is thought,
arm :
'r himself presented an lion to Free House. Plant of Inaert. Many people are under the Impression sailing vessels, taking and discharging and '
by the broken glass and it would that vigorous brushing of a will be open to visitors. Weather ,
from the
shaved cars
4 forth the editorial at- Dissolve bar of laundry soap, cargo directly ; : :
hundred strokes at night and In the indications are that it will be Mining
that this would be clue water. -
seem a goud fine, In a quart of lukewarm be the
,;,ion him in the state morning will have the effect of makingthe here can seen ships flying i
him. Set over the fire and bring to a gentle on that day, although no such
i i apprehending hair This Is mistake. The colors of dozen different
for ten minutes. grow. a a or more .;
-- boll. Keep this
--- -- up
brush should! be with forecast has been made. 'I 1.
only applied avery
', Take to the table, away from the stove, nationalties; here we can show :
>ck the reading of the 11 to whiten HIP 'Nalln.Mis motion. t'
gentle, caressing This hundreds
and add two quarts of kerosene to the morning people, :
"included. two ounces of diluted sulphuricacid IU only use Is to impart gloss and them the largest and most imposing
mixture, gradually beating all the while
mostly visitors, went to the wharves +
Nelson led for the deer one Ttiui of tincture of myrrh with an ordinary egg! beater. It make the hair smooth. To properly carnival pageant both day and night
'. for the prosecu'ion. and four ounces of filtered wat<'r. Wash dress- brush the hair care should be taken to expecting to catch an outline of the
should be as thick as mayonnaise -and a thousand other advantagesare
the hands with soap\ then dip the Supers part It at the middle and gently brush i
:gale the concluding ar- Ing when done. Keep In a cool place.In great ship. An impenetrable fog
into the allow mixture. downward on each Ride from partingto available.l
ilefense. using dilute one cupful with two hid the vessel at the navy yard, but
gallons of water. It will be almost points with long, even strokes. Frequent Think it over, Mr. Hamburger.An .
T' blow to Greaiie Cake Tin. massaging of the scalp will be not many had been apprised that she ;
!{ e. for extracts is im milk white. Spray the plants Infestedby
Fay Have you ever tried using olive oil found beneficial and will do much toward Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. had moved. '
0(1' : aphid.e, red spiders or other green-
what you get for your fur this instead of butter or dripping? promoting; the growth of the hair. rt
house pests with this.: "Borne time daughter Quite a number of
ago my officers
times young
i more important.! It's so much easier, and the cakes turn .

'fa cots more because out perfect after the tins have been How to Clean Cretonne Chair ('ovt'u.If caught a severe cold. She complained were in the city today on various
treated in this How to nun Satin Shoe the coverings cannot be taken oft of pains in her chest and had a
way. satin shoes be cleaned and missions. Home of them had been
t'e Light can and washed, have them well rubbed bad cough. I gave her Chamber
made to look nearly as good as new by here on a previous occasion and
with cloth out of cold water
How to Clean Ga. Oven. of a wrung lain's Cough; Remedy according to
of flannel in spirits
'I "I.>1 fireman. To clean pas ovens put a little ammo dipping and a piece with the grain of the and ammonia, two teaspoonfuls to a directions and in two days she was were able to recognize a number of tr

Lad: 1 never been a sue- nla In the water and clean in the ordinary wine rubbing pint. Keep: turning and rinsing; the '
satin. He sure to turn the flannel as it well and able to go to school. ] city people. Entertainments in their
u discharged from They will be found to clean cloth as It gets soiled, or the cover wIll fc
i bus company for al- easier way., and It prevents them turning gets dirty, or the shoes will look patchy. look streaky when dry, and have freshwater have used this remedy in my familyfor honor are already under contemplation. -

tbe smashed by nurn brown. when the first lot begins to look the past seven years and have .

the smiee of a How to Make Peppermint Sweet. dirty. Soap should never be used when never known it to fail," says James .i

>r bumping; into a carper Row to Rid Cblaa of Stalni. Children always delight In pink and washing cretonne. Bran should be Prendergast, merchant, Annato Bay, Appointments Confirmed. .
Stained teacups and other china white "pep'mlnt" candy. It is so harm and Jamaica West India Islands. The
boiled in the water to soften it, no Washington, Feb. 19.-The Senate
he landed in the should be rubbed with a little salt. Aft less and sometimes so beneficial that soap will lie needed. The !best plan Is pains in the chest indicated an approaching t' "

,d all his!. friends exvas er the discoloration has gone wash and the most careful of mammas may give to tie the bran in a bag. Unless this Is attack of pneumonia, yesterday confirmed M. C. Elstner as r
their little ones. A simple and yet which in this instance was undoubtedly .
It to
settled! for life.
usual '
tho china
dry as done the water must be strained. United States Attorney for the Western -
n ever, for in less than good way to make it Is to dissolve two warded oil by Chamber. :J.

= s again looking fur a cupfuls of granulated sugar In half a I Icutful 'Myeterionii Circumstance. lain's Cough Remedy.of cold It counter toward District of Louisiana; W. B. }}
acts tendency a '
Escaped an Awful .ate. of watl'r.s soon as the sugarIs any Sheppard, for Northern District
11 j
I One was pale and sallow and the pneumonia. Bold by all druggistsand
", : happen, Tim?" said Mr. Haggins Melbourn, Fla., melted remove the spoon and boll I other fresh and rosy. Whence the medicine dealers. Florida; A. S. Dodger Appraiser of } .

rat to Mike's brother writes: "My doctor told me I had tie sirup eight minutes; then remove difference? She who ia blushing : f :

Consumption and nothing could be from the fire, add seven drops of oil ol with health uses Dr. King's New Hot Chocolate with Merchandise for the District of New I 1, '

me bhoy," replied the peppermint! and beat vigorously until Life Pills to maintain it. By gently Orleans La. John ;
.. done for me. I was given up to die Cream at Solomon ; Capt. ,R. Bartlett. ;
there came a folre, an'.tu' The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.King's the sirup Is thoroughly creamed. Drop arousing: tbe lazy organs they com- Whipped t
and head off con United States navy (retired) to be
digestion ,
pel good ; I- ?; 'i
whin he got therein New Discovery for Consumption by teaspoonfuls on to paper.
stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at .
on the blaz- induced me to try it. Results rear admiral on the retired list and
'. top ot a W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 B. Palafox Do yea want a magnificent watch ;

I : imin.for'Hould help.] on IVhafllsjsho. ,' says road wore to startling.recovery I and am owe now all on to Dr.King's the. If you want your oftlct street, Druggist. for little money? If so, call on S. J. Morris, to be postmaster at We-

1:, Crows him a rope. 'Tie New Discovery. It surely furnished go to Marston $' ECZEMA, NO CtItEiO PAY. Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac. tumpka, Ala.
saved my life." This great cure is Your druggist will refund your money If commodate you.

It '".vk..d ;Mike says do he.then?" guaranteed for all throat and lung Quina's. They have an elegant PAZO OINTMENT lallt to cure Ringworm Hot French Waffles With '. J !
disease; by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 Tetter.Old Ulcers and Borei. Pimples and
S':. ."Ui down!"-London An- South Palafox street. Price 50c and line of roll top desks Blackhead on the face, and all skin discasei. Hot Rolls at 5 p. m 10o- Florida Cane Syrup; at i

$1.o0. Trial bottle free. and office chairs- 50 centi. .doz., at Solomon'I. Solomon'i. t.f.

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lion J J. C Petersen Low NEW YEAR'S CARDS. SAYINGS-OF -

Remarks bj-
They Originated IB Japam and WereUaiterplece Carious Juqalric
of Art. Little :Men and Women.

In Japan originated the art of making First Stork-I just left a baby at that
DiseaseDOCTORS !
With Bright's and the custom: of exchanging ='ewYear' millionaires house.Setvud .

!! cards. Today both are as obsolete I tork-I.'unny things, these

In the Flowery Kingdom as Is human lyings. I've just delivered

TESTED KS URINE AND PRONOUNCED rt New Year's calling in the United I throe to one woman in a tenement, Hill
States. More charming art, more delightful her I1n hllntI.s out of work, and they

BRIGHT'S- DISEASE, BUT COULD NOT HELP HIM. custom are not numbered haven't a cent UrooUlyn Life :to.fer infants and Children.

among the good things that Lave I

WARNER'S SAFE CURE parsed away to suffer, in their time, let I Offended Mother-Now, Bobby, don't Castoria is a luirmli--.s substitute for Castor Oil, Tare

1 us hope, a happy revival. let me speak to yon again! gone, Drops and Sootlimjr SjTups. It is IMctiNint. It

i f Completely Curd Him After Everything Else! Had Failed. For more than 1+)\t) years the designing I Bobby (helplessly-11OW can 1 prevent contains neither Opium, Jlorpliiue nor other, Aa-votfe
and coloring of New Year's cards you, mllwma?-Boston Globe. tUb=-t Ul('('. It destroys \Vonns and allays l' .\crMuies sIt

occupied the attention of the foremost I euros Diarrluva n:.nlViud Colic. It relk'\es Teeth.

'1.1'.k draftsmen and wood engravers of Ja- : "Why, Harry what's the matter?" ing Trouble and cures Constipation it regulates the
: Stomach aiul 15o\vel, giving healthy and natural seep.
mother of her fouryearoldhopeful
pan. They were made at the commandof : asked a
The Children's 1"\llacea-The Mother's Friend.
; the noblemen of the emperor's court. who was crying as if his heart

i1FIP.t In size they were from' 6 to 8 inches, I would break. The Kind You Have Always Bough
t slipped on the s-street;
; and each was inscribed with a poetic "G-grandpa .
sentiment dictated by the noble giving I and g-got; his c-clotlies all m-muddy.. 1 Bears the Signature of

\ I..u. I\i,: the order. They were printed from five sobbed the little fellow."Yell .

or six blocks, each (color requiring as don't cry about It, dear," said

j \ in modern color printing/ separate the mother. "I'm glad to see you so

. 1 \ \ block. The blocks were tbe property of kind hearted and sympathetic, Low-

.. '::1.\\ .. tile noble, who retained or destroyed ever."

. i-.. '" .; \........ '" them at will. No reprints for another "It a-aln't that," sobbed Harry. S-sis- f

: ; were ever permitted. A nobleman's ter s-saw him and I d-didn't." : it ; / ,.J r; & \ New Year's card was like his coat of News. In Use For Over 30 Years.

, ...to. ,II v. 00 W \ TUT CrMTMjH CQM...... TT .v."... .....onIn.."0.. e......
.' .' arms or his sword. The surimonos. as
,!" l'I: l' The Colonel'. Bitter ThonRlit.
Japan's New Years cards were called
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'}1: :/ ;); ." / ;;. ', ,'-" were designed specially to please someladylove.New "Yes," said the colonel's! northern

: ] t friend "1 hate to think about the good
York Press.
,. :, .. ;: 2. fi I chances I have lost," 1F = W. WRIGHT COmPANY

%'i "You're right, sab.pomh..l the ,
;- The I'lrture lu the Witch.The I
.. colonel. "I was just thinking last '\ \ .1
; following anecdote is related of i \V MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
; I wk. 4' }:! IIr1 night of a mistake: I made myself once. _
., Jerome Bonaparte: : lie had been play- :
'. .!V I ........... .y/-/. ,. Probably you don't know It, sa!. but I -
'" /- lug cards until he lost nil his ready I fKrPrrrrjSlJte LUMBER LATHS
.Z'I /. / began to drink whisky when I was seventeen
,\M: j r'll.// ":/" / J J: money then pledged his rings and finally \ ,
, ,: -: ) years of age, call. If instead of
":i,'.,! 4r.; "Q-?""-'""'--;/;;',:!F.::- ...... small laid his gold watch one.on the the back table.of It which wasa : drinking': that fust gallon of wlii ky"- j SA JEll CYPRESS SiNGLE! .'dlid'Cnil! EEi|
"Yes.: Interrupted his friend, "we ]
) hv'. "' -'"... ., opened with a :spring. A lady oeilooking < J
ttJ ,,;#z.; "'.... : .. : lt ought never to take the first drink; I i -.. PENPACOI.A.: FLA
l'l "j:7// ;. \ the game admired the watch and '
': \ otmLt never to contract the habit.Whl' .
1. : '" I. took it up to examine it. On her attempting ,
ky ruins us mentally aud""lf" -

t4rj .. .... ; to open the back Jerome immediately i continued the colonel!, unheeding '
\ .
"1'.1 :
: -i'N. \ \ '11. 1\ clapped it and said that mustnot COAL AND WOOD.WE
1I .1i'J-- \ .' \ :- \ \
/il... ., =-=-" } '' \ ; the interruption-'If! instead of
t ; .--:. 'i : :'-:: \' \: \\ lx> done. His wife, who stood by, :. I hadtort..l it II
drinking whisky
L! .fi+ insisted upon. knowing what was in it, away in the cellah that whisky wouldbe EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
grew angry, reproached him with haying -

l :i some keepsake of a favorite there salt more!" than fifty-five years old today, THIS WINTER THAN EVEK I'EFCRE

ll and finally, bursting into tears, (luitI
I And he pushed back the bottle of
.. + Jfll t1 t\\ common se\en-year-old rye and staredgloomily
t!. ., Jerome then opened the watch and
III\ I at the ceiling.-Indianapolis
1111 \\\ ... J showed to all present that it ('Ontaitu.1lelutlfl11 Sun. Thompson, Olsen & Co.
t1 a \ miniature of his first wife, ,
:$ Uox. J C. Pr.-rnsE ,

. GpnU irn: I always enjovod gl\o.Hc/Jl\utl: five",pars ago when Hwgan t uotrepeated Betsy I'atterson, with the remark, I From an Author' Notebook. Manresa Street, Telephone147.ESTABLISHED .

. ; .. backache: : ,which kept mt'rea,inc. 1 h.il: Iarpltltl'lt'S- and my Lark felt ii "You see, i hope, that I could not with Bold one poem and bad five returned. --- _- -
and clr". I land my ui uw exaaiujiti, the doctor found it highly colored, with l..nsi.I.'ra propriety let her see it." It was notorious j Made almost enough to pay the
.1 bric-Jiint: ,aii'liTi>nouiniiliilri;;bt's t-iiin advertK. 1 Kidney Cures but with unsatisfactory i butcher.
soon cLarijreJ, ;;some greatly after their
his wife
. to first long
suits until tic'I Vt'ariiiT's ;safe l'IiTa."itin ten. days 1 felt greatly relieved, the pr.ftradually I Sold a short story and came within
l, t t! ur.ueaamntlanaturalhealthyaduran: separation. an ace of making enough to pay $10 McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
I ,
t e within four tnviiitliS my health was fu'ly and I coiiiluly I rrtorcd.I .
have health for four and iudorso Warner's Safe C'ir on the grocery bill.Wrote .
nmvtMiVe.lg'] > oWl' years I II -DALEKB III- 0
Swelled the Oonmelenoe Fond.The
.1 as tho one iafiilliti'o' r"-rued r fiT I,iIIlI'tr"111.1"'. an obituary on au ancient citizen
Yours very truly, lion. J. I'ETEIIM.X, 7:22;: n'tI1outhAve., Minneapolis, Minn. legislator took up hIs bat to leave I and had Maria's shoes mended I

I. It SAFE CUQ [! CURES: BACKACHE.yourtc'.uoa.ilt the statehouse. It Tucked was in in Connecticut under the with the proceeds. Ship Chantey and General jlardmare,

sonic years ago. I must try to write enough tonightto
It rou 11wo lonhs in the tad!:, }'hellMati1, uric n"UllOi.on,rh"\lD1ati"gout,diabet's: sweatband was a roll of greenbacks.The of kerosene oil. 6os AND flOB S. PALAKOX STREET
'Drfl1tllll'ocl-.c( : :; ,..:-.a la.u.i : o.t t'.o 1.1.. iJ'r nu 1 urinary IIralJ ; MYIIIan" ).rutty 1 th.. counted the bills "ll'inl buy a gallon I -
legislator AGENOY
. you urinal,a zcmaaur,1:.'(.. s ve' ::'. ( I' t".illi\'l'r: if a wnalan. hLarulglu vnsatioa s" I IHolh'thl'r"'s money in the literary
CliJt; s; L.i, 1"a.1: C. :1.10 teanr: i, i':t:ful prints: : tl.e f.YUlJI"'J\S t..' fire hundred dollars," he said, and put business, but it's not so sure as that REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S BONH CO.'fc

.. you thlt"lir i ": s t.\'e: I.'endi-et:..r al'I.t I lUll', fur.J.lllwy di", 'aa's. M'IIOIn pu the money into his pocket! Later In the which comes from splitting' rails.-Atlanta i GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUBHEL4: HON'B PUMPK
'.It SIt'11 (,;:11' ;, i: t:. Tictim r"'o'1i.:: .. :I tll..y1v6 I.. n ",..rkin;: ... \.ral.lIt.n.I. he encountered with shifty
You s.n.lL glance of the who asked/ him I
''. taj* rf1ar"J.te'l': ItI! !:I-.nHilisi-i"o {.'" n's. : : eye I
Lr 1'oct".-:1| .>->cn.ouiJli! id you, ah, that Is, h'm, did yo'tuisfind CONSTIPATION.Every OOMP.\8 ";S. hOGS KTO

lJlwl :l r tru- l.l(', anything! in your lint "1'e'c, 1 I C. McXentie Oertin? Collecting; Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaso
} I? :J DOL'HT mXE r.\3\ T!ST: T..t ,0-Ro ui'.ruing tiriu9! stand for t hoirsiiiaia-s! < r h,'tIt.!. \l tiicn iL i, I.ii..y or cloudy) i>" eN'ili.ii' a rte,l.inh! bniitliiseua.cat : I and water to wash l'lY the accumulation -
; ,, ,or li iKirtklos or gt-na'; l!<\tt niMUt h i*, }"ur Li.'nev o are til.*-d.-ed. it:1'; a mistake. "It looked like of dirt and filth from their body, 1,
o hI'." "S t"-e here, that roll was meant but how many sullerer of contipation THE GARDEN SECTION

AHALYSSG F5EE.: for another hat. 1'4'1'1" "I 1 !Opr.." ".\:Jit's thiiik about the accumulation

mistake I are willing of filth within their body, which is
a suppose you
'. *. ,' mind: tLa i' '
If, aftoryoul- :' : -tni-t- ; ? Hteacv .I.1ubLa your as to '\ o O3T1-o
t mcnt of tin ,'.;.<.:: .i I 1 1 .. r t.;..'. >, -. 1. I.i ..:q(1'::\ oti. 'r t :':.1!<'t.:!LII.! J>1i i'ul: ii ; to rectify it?" "Not I," said the a hundred time more detrimental I,
rsoat, VrRnnr.. t1a.or-uV''l'o."l', < '\.1. \ ..1.:1 lOur,'. .. ".-, v .;ianilyz"ittrt legislator.; "I'm going to send thatmllJll' to good health than the dirt on the
,' .. ; .J 'I.l.k! .I,. ont; .t Taar-'i'-Ttwi'.ha.lvif.'iiv.'i.f; < :" < I. /< >i.t :!! 'r vii :iiu! :: -I < matter
" iJiLsoa.y si.f tae kiui.i--li\i.r. i.. ..1 L'! '.':.. ..:Iii .1 uud tr...'.' i.isfor e lwhili.w.All to the conscience fund. Good I I into the bi.wt-U, which are ,
!,'U'T-i f; ru win'u-nr, iiu'.iu.i>. >. i 1'} u WG.J1.l1' lu.'. AH core.-i j".n' moruill ." +II I the natural sewers of the human
in s!r'h .t <"mi.iiuo.:: : I system. If here this waste' is al- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
\'>"ani<'r's S1 nee C'iit i is purse's!: '. ,-ta"! :k: and rnnt-Miis ncrcotic or 1 nnr.fti! .' Making Ip ror I.o..t Time.Husband I lowej to accumulate the warmth of
It is fAr f:":a >olHn 'iit ai l'' i i."!!: !" t t'r.. Il .:..sn>t l' ie::- :. t. it i:ano-.t .'
g t 1.Ulr.lin.t' :...': it I i-. .1 ;:: 1.tb:1: .1.n; iii t awakuus t!'" t< ru; i t liver It. ; (tto sernulllfeiViu don't the body soon gets' up fermentation Beautiful Lots for Sale.
the ti ui'<. ".!L.\ in k.r.r i t. >a n" I j i. .it-In "'I. st'.iaulitnw: I'"" "'nf< ..I.! .\ .1- >. cook like Mary, my first wife, used to and decomposition, gi-es urn formed i
= Inflict ;'.i .i -t.:..:.'. it I..hl'l'\.l'l, ",;'. ir=t' "i'Ti'iMnlre-t; '" ' ''' '>. do, Alii-e. he said in tones of gentle, which lire carried into the blood)
.. ,. ... 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accorO
can l u> r'a.;"tun.t' :: :: ii'H '| rlr..t. 'iiXltjNi A IUIL! exasperating reproof. No, it seems tome and circulated through the whole ,

r IV."'ae of so-calVi: kiilrey:i leas L\;nil t a.lu'l of .:.:r.t.Pt ar i!! c1 pill (':III't cook like she used to. i system, and diseise is the inevitable ing to location and surroundings.
they arc iwHiv.-iy h..rr.m:1 l ..:1J ilj .xt CJ'C.vrvs I re ult.
min another occasion he remarked: -
\ : 5.rr r1" --.a. v>'.< ..r.t. i The best remedy for constipation
I "You are not so smart at getting; is HKl'ATICURA: because' it moves! Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

about as Mary was. You don't appearto i the bowt-ls and Fertile Lands.
re t, % Little r.lnnrr. \ol LncuInK: : llvlilnil.The easily naturally High, Dry
catch on where she left otL"16out without irritation sickfiiinir. .
I griping or
An rnslislinun; writiiiij from France man who drove the colonel ovtrto
this time a heavy rolling pincarte It give !strength and toneto
In 1ST.O: gives this in tnuc-o of appetite Olmasville: from Baldwin Station, 'The grandest opportunity for investment ever
t in contact with his head. I I'llIt the liver aid eventually cures.
coming; with the eating; : "\t my left at N. 11., s.'i-iiicd to h. so full of RU that Hold: all
by druggists cffered in Pensacola.
\\ dn you mean by> that, you
'f dinner toil.iy: sat a very pretty young; Le was finally asked how he was gets ,
-? he exclaimed in irony.
woman OHMX.!itt' t<> IHT :i voting; fellow, tiiiR; along In the new state. I
Home Seekers Should See
These Lots
"I am doing; the work that Mary neglected. -
:' her 'Ou..in or lo\t. I heard them Oli, bu so," he replied, with a wink. ." she .
speak of their dojtMiner a la: fuiireliett'1a "Tin're are two brothers of us here.We .
was more peace lu that family -
(a meat inkfi'-ti.). Vet to my imaze- didn't come out to grub and starve, 1 i afterward.: .A. 'T.Clubbs

} went this tlelifit young; IMT
.i, IJOUp.IN'f., pate of I know not what !lives next house. The first thing ho
Study is the 1-ane of boyhood, triP Corner Garden and Brit Streets.
but It was said to he of bruins, and did was to steal a whole county of
nilniHi.t of youth, the indulgence of
i they pronounced It excellent A mackerel land and sell her off in lots to suit. ; $,

followed, then roast fowl cresses, lies $jUoMJ( ahead of this glorious old manhood ai.d the' restorative, of oMage. WHISKYPhysicians 1".c. BRENT, WM.HKNOWLKH. W. K. H Y ER. JR., J. H, KEE8E

rt r ealad. kidneys, au \'in de champagne: wist, John is, and still trainin' on it." .-Landor. ry I II I President.! Vlce-Presldant.: C ihler. An't Cutler: .
l'u.lr11.1 t-hevrcuil John is evidently! I IL.Z
green peas with Your brcth'T a DeWitt's Witch Hazel al\c.
which the waiter offered to swear before ruflur." observed the colonel.! I I

t magistrate; was real venNon. I "\uu bet he is; no bins on John." The only positive cure for blind, II I (irst National Bank
II :
To this mess the yomi;: woman added "And how about you'" bleeding and itchine and protruding

I a quantity of 11l'dll" -.(' thickly "I i,n't Make any inlMak? about me. pilescuts, burns, bruits, fcz- I

spread upon bread filliiip: tip the time The first tbin? I did was to get electedeouuty i ma and all abrasions! r>f the kin.

between each of the ronimes l>y sooop- treasurer nod Bubble every lit i DeWitt's H the otily Witcn hazel ,f 4 I I O PENSACOLA. FLA.

Ing out the quarter of a very large melon cent in the IMIX and if things po ri;:htdurii. Salve that h made from the pure, a 3 tij
weeks I'll btpaltnehe unadulterated witch haz; -nil nth- ,DXE'1..E: coron.1it I
; cherries, I'trlI.'rrh', biscuit; : the next two
("ront'tk..'! \, each enough for an i miles of that river and sell it ers :uAcount"lfoit DeVitt'sWitchHazel fJf. H KNOWLK3. W. A. BLOUNT. P.O. BRENT. N. K. Hyr '
Halve i is made
to cure-counterfeits -
r Engliyhw omui s dinner, anil then cot. I fur $l. nio a 111 ill'. Take me and J ilni I: are made to sell. Hard! D. (i. BRENT,

fee' terminated the meal to which, be- as pIoiiiMr' piterim, and we've nothiit' I I Pnarmacy, John Sheppurd Hidney

tw't'nlll'r and her frien.l.: they bail only In ertiikler to enniiilaiti (If." Kahn. r

half a bottle of wine at li oU';. but 1 1I I I prescribe it J Mi r i ii Sslk him n B Mi g t \

which they diluted! \tith ( defiance of lime "n.tI: Olijert. I I NOflCK.I for their most delicate I 4Z
Abernethy's rides at least n gallon: of A shrewd old farmer named Uiu-l T

hater.UfeverythingIhave meiitionetl Harvey was : iiroiclied by a bright, I have been authorized to tuk- patients.OLD .
1 I ,,:yVe; ararr.oar own Billa of Exchange on Groat Britain In r (
the woman had to.thirds. 'Repletion breezy youn? man who was selling ineubators. subscriptions! for Wm Jennings g
-' }) must have fLllon erl.* run will ay. Xo The (:Jreeii Bait. wMch tellsthe I Bryan's paper "The Commoner. and PURE. : Germany, Franco, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, JJel/lum jni>bl:. >
i The price is 11.00 in ad I For Tale M-a-e1en, Denmark ani other European countries
such matter. They had scarcely washed story, says that the saemau! paveI'ncle : per year byDannheicser Way, .
Those desirinv the
vance. i ape -- -- -
their linjrcrs when the couple start- llaney the usual eloquent\ arguments I can have it sent to them by :sendic? Bros Cfl 'Vessels Disbursed upon the Moat Favcrrble Term, ned< tl':.'.

' 1t1 ed up Im.h"k their places in a quadrille -tliero was not anwther such in- n.OOto the undersigned., I Obligations Taken Payable at Port of )oetiratlon Ten or Fiftee: DJ

set Just foriuiM." cf.batir to be found the prices were I H, M, ROCHE, after Vessel Arrives there.
1 r remarkably low, and so on. I Cue Daily Newt.

;i Companion In MUery. I'ncle Harvey did not respond. The iKM-.KAL; .....UCIIVIUIlt: :1.1.; fVSafety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Oonnect'o&

BrljTRs-l>id you meet any attractiverir&Y your; maim tal:"nl himself out and Try Gnnther's Candies at j with which wo hare a Priva partment for the Ui

people on the steamer? mzd' no iniiiresxion. 1'inally lie saM."You ; Solomon's. Following: i* the schedule of the of Rnntert.

Sa+ ; I Grlg? -<>h, yes. Why I was seasick don't seem to appreciate these Incubators. jovernment steamer General French -

:i $ 1 all the way over with a most charming: "Xo." said." I'nele Harvey."Rut ;BANNER. S A J. V : rhich TUB NEWS prints for the DR. KING'S I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
I tloiid.-Tow u Topics.An .
jeneflt of the merchants who
the moot healing saltnin tho I ship .
think of the time will wan -
l,: Just they ;beir goods to tie \iriom '
army TRY
: j Ka y Hurdrn.VispsYw save:" I I ;?eye: : II W. C. ROWE, M. D.

r'I' 1 .\ ; little Slimcus carried off Uncle Harvey pave Lira one cold look PEARL & DOLIVE. Leave! r>ne..col".'M_.,.._."._. T:00 a. m.Leovee ; FOR THAT COLD.
{ the honors at tvlloge.Tasni nnd sail "What do you suppose I care Barranras._. ..___ 7:5ua. m Office: 17 f a I'mfafoi.
Leave Kickens _.____ 1 Kliia. m. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoar from and t to I t- sand
S to' :tn s m.
pi ; a \ : U't the honors didn't for a time? t..nu KarraDCki__ _. 8:15 a. m. I

...eli.l1 mudl.-l'hilhh'll'hll Kecord.lll Call on them at the corner of Garden Lfi.ve Penmcnla......_...___. __.10:15a. m. t Cures ConsumptionCoughs after 7 o'clock .
' : Arrive Knrraoc 11:10 a. m. and then
' and Alcaniz streets: for
Lady Servant nakes to Fort McKee and then Colds Bronchitis: Asthma I
a trip reams :
and electrical: work.or phone 660.CASTORII Phono OO.
}'Ir.( Char "Lndy servants' are coming Into I to Itarrancas.leaves I
A loo HarrnQcai._..__.._ _.__ 1:1:1 p. m. PneumoniaHayFevcrlJleu- : -
-a matchA rogue: in England. They are educated Le tes Hick..ni__... _._ 1':!Sp.m
ftronc cl,:-ar- women who do the work of cooks and .rU'ul'pgcolli.! .. __. 4:11 ip m risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I Ii JOHN S. BEARD
A period of bliss-ttn glocm: VM-VHS Klrkxni .. .... ._ 6:15) p. m.rriTt ,
A tol'tor-a nurs..- chambermaids, but who for superior I .-. "; "arranl'.1. f :S0 p. In. and n-ak>-trip [ Sore Throat: Croup and
A rtr.a li< irsi work pet superior accommodations ando 1 to McK rand rttarn .. ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
:t A nioun-l-and tlu-n a to",b. for Manta and CMidrec. Unenfod"alt.l. .tlurd'v.tlt-! \Yhoopipg Cohnli.fJ0 :: .
after their work i
< they please + i I, OfScep-9/J Thiesen Build!
L j.; :T--ott'i" itwi'i l ljve Bsrrrcasvt'sPirk.
done.Cures : i ffce KinU Ycu Ka3 AIWdls eQcgtI ( .i for Pfnjucola! ftSftp. m. : CURI NO PAY. Office Hoar?-8:30 a. m. to l .
I Prica50catad l. TWl COTTLES FREE
i The G'-ntral J-rfiiih/ ie for arms I.
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I 2:30 to m.Practice
m. 6Mp.
\ p.
-L" 4Y tive nr mo !!L'i12 9t'!i1'I 'l.A. / '.-.rpoje-.(ly rid :.cIrier mo .ill repair your watches and : la all tat* and federal
iJ_ "' c'0 caevery' resettle ut &i1j ( a i -5 from jhq uartermastsi : 'welry in erst-ctaes style J. I ; AllbottDVM fntniUd to me will n

I a Col4 inOae Day, Crrp:Li 2 jys ..rcx.. 25cI' i, ike taM-e!'e It Lei I. "t 'ph n8. promo and diligent attention.Jr" .



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Tph BEST LAXATIVET : .. _. I r
for you it your

bOWP, n'1t I' are too-lnsglSi g)01 i h. THE BEST LAX.I I FATE AND MRS. Sour Borinl of an Elephant by Elephant .

.nedicine River DeJ. I
10' ipi an-1 nittucallywithoat In a A Nickel

') ." II-v griping I or sickening I MAGUIRECy( i There is no doubt that the elephant

Irri'ltilln.medicine that strengthens StomachNo is naturally cunning, and the following Z '1
fff".1' Mfof the bowels 1 end tones extraordinary incident related by a Will Tickle

t''< mS; to a point where they wit M. LOUSE GIMMNSIX. appetite, loss of strength, j planter fnm Ceylon i is only another

':'Tr the work a* n-iture intended, i [.roc f: "1 .went after n herd of cigLtelephants.1 :;
u 2t
: fop rIQJ,:. :!, ? foeS nervousness, headache, constipation, I The
r..rt all\. aHMnce. he says. "After staii2' !! : I Appetite
? dl-ine H IIEPATICUmbr.cea :. J/cUnre Company V ; bad breath, general debility, sour risings
In got a i-huiii-p at the biggest of the i.t-rC!
SUK .. all the above good o-O+O+ +C-o-o+c.o i and catarrh of the stomach are '
I' and Cropped it at the flat sh n. About
.\ '
-.IJ" not having; a bad all due to indigestion. Kodol That's fickle-
'I'I tt .It t pr nor sickening Mrs. Ma?uire looked up from her I two hours :afterward had the tail; and
<-r indigestion. This
ist/ : -M..M br. all drug i-tl.! knitting a second time to meet the sents the natural new discovery of repre- I feet cut off and taken to the ungalow.. \.

Ea'r' sure pair of brown pyes. Again a i Juices digestion l Nest luorLlng; I went tj the pot to
-- of as they exist in a healthy stomach, Ikt the elephant and to
sense familiarity in their gaze went ,; my surprise
over her. i combined with the greatest known tonic : fov.ud no trace of tli\ 1J.ly.fter looking .

UrHJ ? IIIREGTOIIYH "And sure. tliereM br nothing! strnne and reconstructive properties. Kodol i ; round! I saw that the hl'rllbHl been UneedaBiscuit : "

In that" she suKIoquizrd: "after me'!' Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion tack during the night, and I soon IIi,.- ;

OF being attendant in this waiting room j and dyspepsia,but this famous cou-ml a track where they stewed to
lGHr3: for the jmst fifteen years." remedy cures all stomach troubles by hate retired in a body. Following thi. .

Nevertheless her mind went back cleansing and up, I eventually came ujxm the dead
,,1& I"Je, No. 8. K. of P.. purifying, sweetening
every Monday even- gropingly trying: to place the girl sit-I j strengthening the mucous membranes elephant lying at the bottom of a rocky
meets .
;ng .7:80 at Castle all. ting opposite. She gave a quick glance | lining the stomach. stn am. Prom the tracks it was quite

in the aloant--Watson and reached what she sought with ovM-at that the body had not been i
third floor.
vbIL.Di Htll1.1C b'.'broil> cordially such suddenness that she fairly start. rolled but carried to the bank, and it

to Fve: .UlAd ed. was plain that it had been taken ,
.3 J. A.. LlLK.: d
H. !: C.C. 'Tis the very wan-the very wan," through the long grass which grew: on

: Hog. .41S.: she mutterod. "Kut, Lord love us all, the bank into the stream. My neighbors i

what has clumped her so much?" J were incredulous until 1 showed

Presently she rose, holding her knitting them where the elephant's tail and

pt'I'n, !-,.' SOl. ISeVPninE In her left hand, and made a little feet had been cut off and where the In the In-er-seal Package 1.1& k
: at
lit TSfl.
I -Jiy, r'l'atifoi and Garden t'.ur of the room pit-kins up a paper ,i i body lay in the stream which proved

K'.i bt..cordially invited. here, straightening a chair there, apparently inclusively' that by some means or I

J. Al.liEKTjoH.snos C.,C. intent only upon her business. ; other the body had been got over the "

\ S. But she pau'-fd near the woman who intervening space: in the night It is KAT10HAL BISCUIT COMPANY '"

had attracted liar attention. KodolDIGESTS llcult to llIuh'rst.tnll how elephants:

'Tis tiresome woik waiting for with their trunks and r'et could raise
.,' t, \i>
1': riled. awl support the dead body of a eoin-
trains", ma'am, sLe Laza
3 of
-i I I' .i: N > >i Knight
I r.tdtlioveer: they seem to have _
1! v ry liur-ilnv eventhesr "It is, indeed: V -- --- -
Hslle Ilall.r.uWntmm WHAT YOU EAT it anil it is
managed to d.t a pity no
At hht! of such woe In her
Illdln.utll-1 ; eyes
'- .. and b Ij rdt-n!:street*. which she had flied; with such human eyes saw this strange funeral." I b MEN AND WO MEN. I,
,tf x w..lcoUl"I. once s are ciir i. llyK. \1.I.\I.S, blessedness of joy that, as she said, Strength to the Weak ., t..da.,. d., harec..tnfanlmanlmu,
t.. C."I "they were lake; twin lights on an alter '\\obien and startDrlrrtlten.. Messrs.: Ely Bros:-I have used I Oumctrw irritations or ulreratlobunetmaruw" .
if nieiubraor
I I... ." Mrs. Mauiru's; heart ached."Thoush Bottles the only.trial$1.00 su.e.which Size sells holding fur SOc.2'4 times I "The very thing that newspaperswant your Cream Balm in my family for II. TNEEVANSCNLMICAICO.Pnrr.t.C.rl... Painlis nl cons*. and nut utno-
there's them that don't to know about the way detectives nine years and it has become my aa CINCINNAI1I, gent Sold by poif-ouuus.Dratclils,
Prepared by B. C. DeWitt"
1.0. o. F. mind It," she wont on. 'Look there Chicago. work in big department stores are the !. family doctor for colds in the bead. :' r.&A, or sent in plain wearier

I now," with a sidelong: :; nod to where in I things we don't want to .tell," said I use it freely on my children. It is.. 1100.I>T nrrr nr3bnttliitJ75.Urcular prepaid.fur

I the outer waiting room a couple superintendent when asked about a lent vn reius.
; young
iis.ic.ila lade go John KheppardHarris': Pharmacy a Godsend to children.
Thursday evening Rt 7:1t: at were !seated oblivious! of time and place. Sidney Kann. conspicuous) shoplifting arrest "We

," it "', Wp-,1 Intemltmcta fctrvet.thrra "They makes me think of a pair that should be glad to dispense with them Yours respectfully,

cordially lnvltad.CJo11Ab.u:4.,.N. 0.t sat in that \ny Fiot-let me see, It ......:. -._. altogether but we can't afford to. A J. Bono BA LL. wroww
when in dark blue sat In clever will outwit the shrewdest Messrs. Ely Bros:-I suffered
I, *] t.os= Hecretiiry.AMERICAN must 1* all of four years ago, she n slight figure woman ,
continued remlniscently. "They had he ladies' waiting room how many rt: store detective that ever walked. greatly with catarrh and tried different -

missed their train and had to wait six Buses Mrs. Maguire found for excursions We have to work cautiously or we lose remedies without effect After -

GUILD. to different of the station our trade. If the detective is a man
mortal hours for the western express. parts using; one bottle of your Cream I NICK'SI I
Well it you'll believe me I don't think with what: iia rcniP<';! she sot out on and! stares at a woman too hard 'she Balm I found relief and I cannot

IVntaenU Chapter No. 007. they knew 'twas as many minutes." these expeditions, and with dejection makes a complaint at the desk and praise too highly such a remedy. .

i E BlUWXKR. LlSDlSSTRCTII, Mrs. Maguire saw the hands of the written in every line of her comely tells other women how she was insulted. Miss CORA WILLAKD

!Secretary, governor woman come blowly together suddenly face when she returned. If the store dl't.tlve'it a woman, Albany, N. Y.

K- In tier 1:11" 'Tls watching for him she is her she is likely to get 'fresh. I think the k

OF L. "IMd you ever see them again' she 1 self." she thought, inoctliiK the wistful best store detective in New York todayIs L W. PEAKE munmDAILY I

asked slowly. liitfTTosratum of the dark pyrs. .\nlll a man who used to be a minstrel ,

l.ttc'al AhMMiiltl; Nu. 1-: 05. "Not her." never did: maiden look for the coming performer He took the Job on trial till Electrical contractor and builder,

V 'i first Monday In each month.W.l'.ll.TlIARP. The dark eyes came round in a flash. of her lover as did Mrs.I Mapu'rt': for I. good times came again but, nothing will do your electrical work in first- -

MCCOXVELI.. M. W., .'A n.I him?" the tall figure which had imprinted itself I goal enough has come along to tempt class style and at reasonable rates.

(Secretary: '''Well as sure as you lite"; Mrs. Maguire on her memory. <( him to give: up a $;;dN 00 job and he is He can be found at 30 South Palafox

--- ,-.-._-. -. ..-,-- .-- ---. -- : had seated herself\ and was knitting It wlis a titer of genuine; i.T.por- i worth every penny of it"-New York street. Phone 203. MENUS

; crunplacently"'twas only last tancp, ]towevrr, wLIth calhd hiT away Times.
The Beer week lie come in and jut sit in that one Iay just as her \isitor t-ntciwl. I! CARPENTRY AND Comprise all the Up-to-
I The Ilnllng ......00. Date Dishes the Markets -
i wry spot. I took no notice to him at "I'll lie- back in a minute. 'Tis the
'I I I A good woman was dying, a woman' ELECTRICAL WORK of the World
first, but he looked so broke up I had sup!trintendrrt himself wants mo, she
That Made. to. It seemed all wrong to see him sitting explained, smoothing: down n snotty who had been a true wife and a loving Afford

without her." apron in a little bustle of excitt-iwnt. mother a woman with but one weakness Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 6(50,

The woman at her side sprang up. Half en hour lat r in returning she -a love of gossip. if vou have any carpenter or electrical -

\\ l n r AM U .'It Is suffocating lu here!" she pant passed liy the !long line of tracks.whose Acrowd I'I shot Although, she was her critically time on watching earth was the work-you want-well- done.-,-- Ladies' Private

surrounding a woman
ed.Then I attending physician! and the nurse asthey Cleaning ladies skirts and waist! .1
she sank back Into tbe chair. ,
I dark head was covered with a cotton ,
,1VICTORIA:;- i the Is one of onr specialties. Star: Laun
talked in subdued whispers of Dining Parlor.
"You recognized me," she said wearily. luuulkmhiff: attracted her attention dry. .*
I result which their united skill bad been I
and she drew near."What's .
"And if I did, a-lanive"-Mrs. Ma the trouble, Mike: ?" she i powerless to avertIn
response! to the summons of the If you want a nice present to gin
MADE KV AIME BREWING CO. guire laid a soothing: palm on her knee asked a uniformed fellow countryman.
dying woman her husband approached to a friend and look through the Regular Dinner
the soft crooning of her mother tongue "Thim cl:1 os." Mike jerked n thumb / go Daily.
I'.l.r: 10-Ct\r: liOTTLK RKKKIN over one shouldor. 'Wan of thim lost her and bent low to catch the words elegant line of suitable articles at i

TOWN.DNNHEISSER. which he expected to be words of love. J. I. Stephens, you surely can find -
II 1i his mother, and nothin'd do the young ,
Again; she turned her eyes from which something to please you. If you Short Orders Promptly
BROS ilixil but to skrowge through the pates
the light: was fast fading! upon the doctor want anything the Diamond line
and try to cross the tracks just as No. and the nurse as she said faintly, be sure to see him before you buy.iftudoin's Filled. Night or Day, I
.>7 was puliin\! In. If twasn't for that "
"Do you suppose they are engaged?
I I. f IHisto! I gintli man there! there'd bo ime foreigner He Best /or oc. .'
?. less to prow up in the counthry." I These words were her lastIlrneflU If 11'. Hornet bin g Good to Eat
you wish,you'll and it at
Mrs. Maguire; turned to look at the l
I From Running. CAS'1'OnXA.
tall : One glance was sufficient. II
Mi ; ; Running is the great beautifier of figure Bean the _rf ita Kid V3U Had Always BOOtm. $ Nick Apostle'sPopular t
H '
-MIS.' Palafoz street A moment later she was hanging to
nail movement It gives musculardevelopment .
K.P..KXI with all the of her 175; ,
-e-Opp. Union Depot.P arm pressure Restaurant '
I strong heart action andfree of ;
O. I I'z: :M. Penaacola; Fla. ]" odds. lung play The muscle comes
I1J' i a f 11 "Wait. Mr:" she panted. 'Tor the love
P' i here it oul1t.to. be, the shoulders go; SEND YOUR ORDERSto
IW11B-2P.8.! t'f17 "
I of heaven don't : 'V
ti '' go; back the loins hold the trunk well bal- \\mwrn
1 1r I He ,") 'tllown, amazed. Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or
aneeiL and the feet take their correct
"Oh, I'm not mad don't you think it" electrical work Repair work a V HTk 9
which made
positions. It was running 1-
BEST fOR THEROWELS : !irilq 1 And indeed the gray eyes raised to his the Creek: fgure.; The more active specialty.You: ._ --

steel were! rimmed wonderfully glasses."She's sane. behind their tribes runners American from time Indians immemorial; have, been and want a good piano tuner to I. C. Waist! & Gt C O, ': !

I whis stay in Pensacola, still you holdback ,I ,
in there, Maguire II
from the chest to the heels\ they aremuch I
pered. I your order. Bend: it in. I have :
N'' healthy movement of tb.1 .a"WAIT more beautifully built than the
.il unfit bt>. Keep your ":-he: Who?" INSURANCEAND
irw.fti 1)10) *hn|>6t>f MOil.inirt I average of white men. Running people had 20 years1 experience and have
'r..u.. 11..11'eotItt "HI'rsf'lf-the little girl you married
bare: usually'the firm but elastic worked in several piano factories.
say i>( Letting the 11.11
four years ago. Oh didn't I see you? texture which is the beauty of flesh.A Orders left at Johnson's book store
CANDYCATHARTIC Sure, 'twas little else\ I did that blessed REAL ESTATE '
will be attended to.CHAS.. .
I lay but look at the picture you made. I Change ot Front.

The curse of the Almighty::: on whoevercame Wife How do you like my now hat? W. PBESSLKY. No.I South Palafox Street. 'i i

between you, for sure you must I Husband-The idea of paying big: ,

Late the kind, brave heart to do what for- i ,
I prices -
you Just done." I Wife-Big prices! Why, I made it 1.udoin's, file Best fa 5c. Partial for List of desirable! Dwellings
The man paled as he bad not done myself. in Varlousr.Parta; ill I

u s when looking death in the face I lIusl.and-rm-y's- I was of the City:

"Go!" Mrs. Maguire gave him a $35.00-2'i-story house, ;
saying, the idea of paying big pricesfor containing 12 rooms
i push toward the waiting room door. J. N. ANDREWS ail modern conveniences bath on I
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY I such monstrosities as the millinersare upper and lower Coon corner lot, ... 10':
l. I'ntent. TMIO Rood. f>.Good SIR!" SHE PASTED "FOB TltnLOVE "She's in there I tell you ailing! her f showing! : Now, your hat is a workof Dice yard andihrul .rt.rJo.lettandAOrentstree OS'T GO!" for sight of you.nd," house, etc. No. 714 East LaRu 4
OP HEAVES heart out a .
art. Looks if It straight
aaiuiile and b""ILI"D as came .;A Headquarters for ot street.$35,118story. t.J
FltU CHiriCOer /Iw TUxti. coming back to her-"I meant no harm grasping; : : him again/ "don't you say a from I'aris. Beautiful my dear!-Lon- boarding homo, containing ')'
I said. Sure; when I looked word, but just take her alone home." don f> rooms, known ai the Ponce de t: ,
by what Telegraph. SEWINGIACHINES.
WM\ Wl BLOOD GLEAN Mrs.Maguire house, N o. llu Eat Jmenden- 'J' 'J 'V
across the room you made me think of aLit As his broad back disappeared cia street. t'
-- laid hold of a ne'WFpaperstnull $'JJ.fXJ-A desirable 2. tory modern dwelling :1:
of a primrose you'd see in a boreenat Dangerous Experiment. .
7 rooms, mo.t
ill r"' home wilting because the bush that for supportA A man In Rooks county was kicked clly '.0 a corner on the tltfet car t .,

E' ','cwrSTER's.YRQYAL ENGLISH sheltered it was tore away." few minutes later when with I by a mule and knocked unconscious! : 13 South Palafoi: : I trees. HO-OO-Large: lIoe.No.fIJSorlb:2-story! dwelling Uarcelona in room street.., 1 \"..

PILLS ".\1111 I thou ltt"-ht'r slender body flushed cheeks, she passed, humming a while trying to feed his mules in a new fronting !-ol'Vlllel-l'luare. .an East i

M,-( ;X... Ilrlrl.el.I. .... l>rjcrlilnu seemed! to contract with the agony of bar of "Eill'C'nroon" above a lump I way. lie says that the first thing he 30.00-Comfortable Uororniuent street.new i-story modern ,

V:". !. a HKNI 4..lKI Kit's KMtAlllC KN born: <;LIMI ewe recollection"Ca1! help me, what I which threatened to choke her, they I heard when he regained his senses was r ANTAL-MHJMB Dwelling. rooms,very desirable sectlonoltbe .;

.r 'I.Lr...ohor.. Rrfu. thought was not the truth." were sitting where they had sat four his wife saying "Well, I'll thank God Kaylen between city Htrong situated and on LifSoto North ?
.fl..e.lllell. and 1..1ta-
.f J'.t lirtveix x...<4..u "God help us all when we begins: to years IK.fore. I when he can't find any new experiments These tiny Capsules Itr"en. i ;\
arc superior
't' I N.1., 'I.r 1.I.ul.I ter....,S....011.. r..t.e.e......w.T..U..lab..kite.... b-bJ...Of re- doubt the wan that's dearer to us than "Dear," ho said huskily his head to try on them mules."-Kansas I to Balsam of Copaiba. \ l2u.eei-2-storydwelltngIn M rooms, three doors good from order the with belt '
should me'thrrl'It
( kl h..fn.krntrtl 4'.. our heart's blood. bent OUT hers "that we I City Journal. Cbeb I Hnebasgaeand water throughout., .
"--- .. .... ... n4 Injections'They l blo. North Barcelona street '
"'Tis well to lie sure" she went on was fate. I
r t20.00-I-storydwelling 7
cure lD 48 hours the4asoe city water i l'
slowly -'vuro before you spake theI "And Maggie; : Maguire; added that Forever at Elm. bath gas, with large corner lot.No. _. :
I ;.\
I iseyet; wtthwi anym.xirCHOICEST tilt West Wright
fa be \ worthy woman as she entered her own Newitt-Funnyl I always associate 'k
word that can't on! poken. 'r I "If some one had said that to me ..main.PIst.onosty. your wife with a certain episode in my .... pered and painted throughout, on '
belt line. No.S* KanUregorT: ,
then!" Her breathing: seemed to tear own life. There's Just one thing she always 115.00-I.story dwplllol?.clly....t..r aod street batb.
the delicate throat. "Hut I would not reminds me of- 7 rooms half I jck of ground with
is a forsaking of permanent beautiful abed trees, >-o. Tub Eaei .
listen to him, and now-now it is too for h Henpeck wish I could say that.There's : Cervantes street.

later:: temporary alln1ntage.- o\'e. lots of things !she always: reminds -OP- 11 l.V>-J. tory dwelling, Jfo 415 East GregoneW'y i
ry street. rooms,
'Tis never that," Mrs. Maguire said me Philadelphia Press. paint" papered and ., ,: .

with conviction. The Easy Pill.DeWitt' I FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERIAT ij ( 1 lll.OO-.No.cottage East, city Belmont water. newly street painted broom S
"It is. lie stllllt I left him it wouldbe 10 perfect order. ,
Little a
!) Early Risers do One Minute Cougj Cure gives $J10J50-1VO. North Alcanli strbet. a
final. new
not gripe nor weaken the system. relief in one minute, because it kills bouse In good order with fi rooms
If Mrs. Maguire fingers flew, her $10.00->' o. oi Last:
They cure biliousness Jaundice the microbe which tickles: the mucous Belmont street city ,
thoughts Went at such bewildering constipation and inactive livers by membrane, causing the cough, C. APOSTLE'S water P.Blntwl a and neat renovated 6 room cottage throughout.newly .

pace that she started when her companion arousing the secretions, moving the and at the same time clears the S blo.1I10Ealt LaKua street, a neatly .. ;i ,

rose. She took and patted between bowels gently yet etfectually, and phlegm, draws out the inflammationand 1 U East Qoraent St. OH papered 4-room cottage In good con-' J.4. '
lot ,
giving such tone and strength to the the affected city water. 'It.:n! .
soothes 1
her own the hand held out to heals and A large list of smaller dwellings/ well .
her looking beyond with unseeingeyes. glands of the stomach, liver and parts. One Minute Cough Cure Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btanc M a number of stores and offlcei f 08 HE. r. j., uu'
bowels that the of the trouble wards off r d
cause strengthens the lungs,
c- is removed and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 CO., .
R. TAYLOR entirely. These famous pneumonia and is; a harmless 1'1
"She'll come back, she thought, with Leadlcx Real Estate Rental and Insurance "t
little pills exert a decided tonic effect never failing cure in all curable to $2.00 per dozen. A"entl80nth t

A'P' the assurance of one who knew. "Andhe upon the organs involved, and cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. --- -- alafoz Btreet.: 1( j
Shoemaker, Mother of God! Isn't It the pity of if their use is continued for a few One Minute Cough Core U pleasantto --

Il\t"; the world to see them parted? And for days there will be no return of the take, harmless and good alike for Relative RronCvtltCoUlBOMlky.4, Inmioe

om"-\ SPECIALTY. nothing at all, most likely!" trouble. Hargis Pharmacy, John young and Old. Hargis Pharmacy I W.I oa every' .

x.;:). 9 South Palafox St. It was strange after that on days Sheppard: Sidney Kahn. John Sheppard Sidney Hahn i2D yi pvt.. -a .


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.. H name, shield and colors, and articles Oldest and Largest Agency

received will be given to the table Don't try cheap cough. medicines. Get e West Florida.ESTAllLlSIIIn jn

which may be designated by the AMUSEMENTS. .

donor. the best, pay the price. Ayer's Cherry | 1S(;(;.

"It ia befitting that to the daunt \SH5H5asH5HS2sase

UkNd*.Moond-elau.t thi.. matter.Offlefl at PeDlMoia. less chieftain and his heroic followers "An Eye For An Eye." S Pectoral. 60 years of cures.J.C.AywCr..

these two monuments be ,raised H'nouiles
ornc ;-riH-i Bunding, fl14 south Miss Kathryn Odder made her Bros.INSURANCE
fz&1oz street. up- talri. in the Capital of the Confederacy, the -
initial bow to a Pensacola audience I ,
one spot which can never lose its For Over Sixty Years.
OF .
last night and there were many sharp CARE ShJOES.n
identity with the cause for which I MRS. WIRSLOW'B SOOTEINS SYRUP hn
critics who left the bouse with the ,
they struggled and died. to Preserve And Keep Them IB been used for over sixty years by mlllloniol
Trmt Invariably Advance. '" impression that the nest attraction / Good Condition. mother for their children while teething
"Money and articles small and
..Tsar by Mall______IS ua that Manager Coe has provided this Shoes are a large item In a woman'sexpense wltfc perfect lucces It soothes the child
.. Months M .,-_ ,.-_-_ __ :l1'JO large for table or restaurant, for use tofteni the gamiall all paincures wind
Oat by Carrier. Payable Monday 10 season was the one just witnessed. and a large Item in her personal AND
Week. or beauty, should be addressed to economical idle,and U the belt remedy for Diarrhoea.It
Eleven people, each of whom was an appearance. The wo-_
. "Confederate Bazaar, Richmond Va. will relieve the poor little lafferer im
; tfnrtiu'ng RiMs FurniiMoa Kppliactioi nan several pairs of shoes. A
artist In his or her line were requiredto possesses mediately. Bold
by DrunlltlloeYlrJ' part
"We hope all packages will be forwarded change about Is restful to the feet and REAL
present properly the classic Dumas of the world. Twentj-flve oenti a bottle ESTATE
:J1' TELEPHONE NO. 118.PEHSAOOLA free by the Southern and saves wear and tear on the boots. Be lure you ask for"M n.Wlnalow'i Booth. ,
which in three acts.
Adams Express Companies. was She trips to have on hand always a tog Syrup,and take no other kind.
Naturally the Interest centered boota of 309 South lnlnfo'trn't.!
pair of heavy walking a pair .
"Name and residence of the con-
4 about Miss Kidder whose interpretation lightweight boots a pair of house
(fl1BLL) signee should be in the corner, but CHIPLEY LIGHT INFANTRY
: of "Fiancine," the countess of shoes, ties or slippers, according to Phone 22. PENSACOLA, Fu
t. not given as a part of the ad
Rlverolles, -was excellent., Salisbury taste, and a pair of bedroom slippers MILITARY U\LU

, dress. the husband of Francine and also a pair of foot holds and a pair of -
Monday the 23rd lost, will be military
IEB 20, 1903 Contributions may be sent to Mrs. storm overshoes
William Webb the husband's father, the
day during MardiOaas Car
.. .. L. C. Reese, 518 North Baylen Calfskin boots need good honest attention GENERAL AGEXTS
------ -- -" were good and especially in the nival and as a wind up for the days'
street, Pensacola Fla. says the St. Louis Post-Dis-
A cartoon on the front page of the and third acts when the fact
patch. They should be kept clean and festivities! the Chipll'Y boys will give The

Galnecvile Sun forcibly expresses All Seamon is apparent that the jealous wife had blacked as trimly as a man's. This can one of their delightful military Equitable

bow that paper bas seen nine contemporaries discovered her husband's perfidy and be done at home the
L I.,. know the comforts of having on handa or by professional balls. The various! committees are

perish for want of sus- supply of Borden's Eagle Brand had threatend to cary out a previously at the shop where they have been pur. hard at work and promise to entertain Life Assurance

tenance. Condensed Milk. It can be used so expressed warning of an "eye for chased. their friends in grand style. SocietyOf

-e agreeably for cooking in coffee tea Laced shoes should be snugly lacedso
an eye. The and commiitees will
" A party of about one hundred of and chocolate. Lay in a supply for as to keep the wrinkles around the program the United Statrt.HENUY .
i All in all the play uii:;lil have be announced later.
i the aldermen and councilmen together all kinds of expeditions. Avoid unknown ankles from getting loose and shape- B. HYDK
I Fuundrr.
brands. been entitled "Jealousy, Its main Admission 50 cents. Ladies free.
with some of the prominent less. Several pairs of laces should be
i 1 theme being such feeling of a >oing kept in a woman's emergency box, fora 'Strongest in the World"
business men of the city of Milwaukee -
; A Goaranteptl Cure lor Pi'es wife incited by a careless h'J btllll. knotted shoo lace is an abomination.Shoe TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. I
: Wis., is due to arrive in this -
Itching, Blind, Rl !eding or Protruding It is the study of a woman \\ 110 symbolizes thread is. after all better than

. city tomorow morning at 8:30. They Pile). Your druggist will refund your in her beautiful personality the patent fasteners, although requiring Mr. Thos. Wentworth will today I -& WHY NOT THE BEST ?-

.f. will remain all day, leaving forew money If I'.<\ZO mXTMKNT falls to cure form I more attention because the fasteners take charge of the city circulation of I
: love in its purest wrought upon
Orleans at midnight. A committee you. fOcentsSEMMES' are often clumsy and sometimestear TilE NEWS. He will take
circumstances and club-kning subscriptions -
, of city officials will meet the tourists EFFORTSARE by the leather.All .
TflE>> f MERCRTS>>
husband to such a degree which final and collect all accounts.Mr. .
and see that their stay in Pensacola leather will wear better iran occasional -
APPRECIATED.The ly terminates almost in the sentimental Weutworth has had
generous bath of vaseline is large ex
Is made pleasant agreeable. I
t death of both. given it. A quantity may be rubbed on ,
, treatment by Superintendent J. perience circulating manager of TRANSFER CO
awl into the leather then this
carefully :
r The Tampa Herald says that Mr. O. Semmes of the employes of the "Florodora." large: daily papers, and will make:
rubbed off and the gloss restored by atrLk :

FJagler established a metropolitan street railway company is highly appreciated If there is in this city at ; polishing with the palm of the i THE NEWS service of the paper sat- I Having been awarded the contract
i dailyv newspaper in Jacksonville, and, by them. After the differences any one hand. I for carrying; the U. S. Mail: betw< 'n
all who has never heard of "Floro sf actory to all the L. & N. Depot and Post Otfiee,
! continues the panicky Tampa daily for''
had been adjusted the association This is the best possible method I
and also the exclusive
musical baggage
dora, that most famous of all privi
I newspaper, "But this is not all although held a meeting and passedthe keeping patent leather shoes in good lege on all train entering the ,
) city
will Sill KMUlri: ATIINION.u' .
then the ,
opportunity I
; seemingly it is crime condition.: Keep them well rubbed with
r. following, which is self explana I we are prepared to tran'-ftr basrcu:
. enough." Why cert. It is more tory: be given them to witness it when \':\ I'linr' and never put them on until '-. : Regular conclave of j and pa3H) Bi3 to and from all ho.

.t than enough..It is the unpardonable Messrs. John C. Fisher and Thomas a port rubbing with a flannel or the .Q i Coeur da Leon Corn man- Lets, residences and trains. day or

: of Pensacola Fla.. Feb. 17. 1903. \V. Ryley send their magnificent and hand has warmed and softened the 1ery No. I, Knights night.
1 t: crime in the opinion demagogueswho '
Whereas Superintendent J. O. here Monday leather. Keep them rolled in flannel or I Templar, at 7:30 p. in.
class organization on -
; thrive only so long as the people Semmes has by his courteous and impartial high cotton when not in use, thus protecting Monday, Ftb. 21. Prompt & Reliable! Service! Gn fanteet

.:Jt can be kept in the dark. treatment of the men under night to be'- sung at the opera them from extremes of boat and cold, I Grand Visitation hvO.R. We also conduct a Freight Delivery .
his immediate jurisdiction shown that house. U. Hmiihain H. Cbadwick. Workin
} and liu-ine-'-haul pianos, safes,
keep the toes"stuffed Into
he has their interest and welfare at that will be I the K. T. degree, followed by a
The Norfolk (Va.) Landmark heart andWhereas The presentation gh'enwill with cotton. machinery and furniture at Uea-vn.
; banquet,
able Prices.
(Dem.) says: "Congressman William Superintendent Semmes, include every feature and every Sojourning Fir Knights are courteously Telephone! your orders to F. It,

::111 Randolph Hearst is after the by his many acts of kindness upon attribute that has been so acceptably how to Prepare Fomentation. ; invited.J.. Pou's Livery Ktables. Phone :31, (.r

democratic presidential nomination Sunday, Febreuary 15, 1903: enabledus received in all parts of this How many people wring cut a fomentation -j R. KELLER, E. C. :Mrs. H. H, Hallmark'?, Residence

; f1 in a more fitting manner to make country during its single season asa quito wrongly! The right way Is HARRY W. Owns, Phone 351.MERCHANTS.
:it wit hall the power of his dollars and the stay in our midst of President W. \s follows: Place a towel across a 'I Recorder.

! demagogy. If he should win. the I). Mahon a pleasant and enjoyableone traveling attraction and now that I Iit hand basin with the ends hangingover. > I TRANSFER CO..

.b proper thing to do would be to round. : therefore be It is making its second tour throughthe Put on this a double pieco of flan- i I
It will
Resolved That the Executive Surprins you-Try It. MRS. If. H. HALLMARK
that it
we country the chances are Prop.
: out the ticket by making it Hearst and net, and fold the towel over from the
Board of Division No. 234 Amalgamated It is the medicine above all others I
Parkhurst raise the yellow flag throw will meet even greater accord from sWi-i" Then pour ou boiling water, and : fAKKY H.U.LtUH1Transfer: \gt..
Association of Street
b Railway for catarrh and is worth its Wl'ight""
!*l' open the throttle, fasten down the Employees of America In regular music-loving people than ever before.A wring l.y the ends. Take the flannel in gold. Ely's Cream IS-iliu does nil L. *: N. K. H. C'o.l'.anJ I'.A A. I>iv.THE .

t. safety valve vass around the absinthe 8t'ssion assembled do hereby ten- I very large and artistic company out. give it a shake and apply lightly j i that is cImiuicdforit.-B.\ W.Hperry:

11 tier Superintendent Semmes our sincere will ),e seen in the presentation of at or.iv. i Hartford, Conn. j I
t'J4.' 'cry havoc, and unchain the dogs i
.: and heartfelt thanks for his many and will My son we* blllictfd with catarrh. j!
this remarkable piece, we
; of war. If the democracy had to kindnesses in the past and ('s-j How t* Clean Trmlne. I lie U"td Kly's cream IJtlm! and the

. choose between Crjan and Hearst, it ..fcialljon Sunday, the IGlh;; lust; haw the opportunity to see and judge Ermine that is slightly! soiled! may bo tisgreimbis catarrh all I left himJ. .- ,

;, should unhesitatingly take the former. he it further I 'A tIle merits of those much heralded I, cleaned without pending it to the furrier U. OII11-t ad, ArclIb; III, i licY SIM Y fl e1

ilr. liryau may be sincerewere Resolved, That the Secretary draw I "Pretty Maidens" of the double sex where its: handling will be expeii1sivo. : The Hjlm dots not iiritata I and \

: ip and present to Superintendent tette. The carries its own Naphtha: will clean it excellent-1: lU"P snetzmnr.: Hold by Ely Bruth.,
inclined to think Lc is. At any Semmes a copy of the resolutions as company srs, 6G Warren street, New York.
of w.J.r >hl'arscd musicians. I ly, but tlllrol'l''I'I Is rather a risky ""lCIlt'-a Il' and
orchestra (
lie has personal corruption assod by the Executive Board.
j rate no > upon I
ono. If undertaken out of doors and Retail (;roccrm.lllAIQL'ALtTl:1P4 .
fund. But thank Heaven the party (Signed) I MILITARY LAND WARRANTS.
; on not foo cold a day, when sometimes ::
OWEN: D. PETERS, Soolretary.
tJ! does not have to jump from the fry. i HARRY L. IIOWLAND Pres. Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's, the air is SI) d.frgfd with electricity KOI

1\\ 'ing pan into the fire nor dues have U OSCAR LARCOM. Bwainp-Root, the great kidneyliver that a little rubbing will produce a i !

to stay in the frying pan." A. H. COOK.W. and bladder rudy, are beidi? distributed spark there should be no trouble. Put ((11 r" iui PAID persons tel'icgwho! Family, Fancy and Staple

p I D. McKIXXOX. here from In use, free. Have a half gallon of naphtha in a-foot tub I LJJ.vU\rl Hit has oiyj It.whether K. KFLLKY I bur or I ,:1. Groceries, ..<
, f J. M. ACKERMAX.liettrr I and immerse the fur collar, muff or not.
rtcem'dcut? I 1012w Knn"as City Mo. ,
c I I ISTOCKHOLDERS' whatever it may lx, lifting it In nn
t"..' The Daughters of the Confederacy ilian G:>!ll. MEETING.The i out several times and rubbing any Uoods.
soiled! in the sun part of FOR SALE :
call especial spots. Dry a
-f of Pensacola desire to troubled for sevtril We aro Hole Distributor fllr1"1
"I -
attention to tho following article: was yearswith Stockholders! of the Pcn ' I chronic itidi/{essMoii and n"rv- ,
Electric Terminal Railway Com Hondo Cotlee, Sweet Home Mult-
i"j L: The Confederate bazaar will beheld nus debility," wrl fs'F. J. Oreen, of : pany will h"ld their annual meeting; to Clean Black Lace \ The Costumes Used in : sps. Illini and Climax Jo'l.ur.Blyit .

11.j'S<, iu Richmond next April. It I Lancaster, N.H. "Xornnriiy helped un Mot-djy, March 2nd. 1903, at the If you have some black lace that ( Delicatessen, Germs Am e r i e s u

7f' should be aided by every veteran, in- until I began SIng Electric Hitter i.lllct> of the ci.mpauy in the city of looks hopelessly rusty soak it for someiwtii's last Year's Carnival | ,Food Co.'s Canned Meats, Etc. All

every son of a veteran and all the than Peutacola, Florida, at 4 o'clock p. m. in a solution ofinogar and waI I of which are sold by all first-cU--
which did more good
?, me DKCOUKCYW.lHOM, Parade. Retail Grocers in the
,: Daughters of the Confederacy. all the medicine I ever ustd. They Secretary. ter (two tabu-spoonfuls of the former I
to n pint of the latter is: about the right 1 CO'2-OOJ t Ot111 I'U.H'O .
going to do
the daughters
That are have also kept my wife in excellent
i-it. proportion); then rinse in cold coffee( i
their share of the work is eincctl by health for years. She says Electric of J These costumes in '
DIRECTOR'S MEETING. and iron while dairp in two pieces are excellent -
t a circular letter issued hyIrs.. Hitters am just splendid for flannel. It wonderful how this treat- | PENSACOLAPressing

11\\ Cooley president of the Florida divi- frmale trouble ; that thy are a The Directors of the Pensacola ElEctriC nic-ut improves shabby lace. condition just the ]

n'it eion Daughters;: of the Confederacy grand tonic and invi orator for weak Terminal Riil way Company willh'H thing to wear at His .Maj i
their annual meeting at the ClubFOR
t and Mrs. Fleming;: regent for the run down women. Is'o other medicine of lion to Separate Stamp. :., Grand Ball !
in the
i ofiieft of the company city esty's February
Florida mom in the Confederate Museum. Call take its place in our fami- Peuacola, Florida immediately after It Is often desired to separate potage

J''l; In the! circular they say: ly." Try them. Only We. Sit-fac- the adj.UrnUJ"ut <>f the tnckholders' : stamps that are stuck together without"doxlrojing 24,1,003We will sell one GENTLEMEN.
the paste, so that they can :
3 "We desire to call your attention tiou guarantied by W. A. D'Alvm- meeting, which takes '1i"i. or more to any person until
at 4 m.lIoudl'YIarco 2nd. l'J03DEL'OUKCY be u : most earnestly to the enclosed cir bme, 121 South Palafox< street. p. W. '1'Ho t. says the $eieutifie'mnmerieau.. they are closed out. dpply

cular. The women of Richmond are tecreLtry.STOCKHOLDERS' This can be done by dippuig the I. One Dollar Per MonthIn

at work heart and soul (as they al MAY COMPLETE stamps in water flrl few mimili (not at once toCIMS. I

( waysork) for this bazaar to beheld WHARF IN TIME. MEETING. as long ns Is usually (done shaking off LeBARO.V, I Advance to Membership.

) in April. We hope and believe the excess of water and heating with Clothes: Cleaned and Pressed a;

.,, it will be the final effort! for the Jefferson -! Contractor DanMs has the new The Stockholders of the Kicauibia a match as much as possible) without Chairman Bwlding Com. I often a* desired. Your Cloth"-
I County biectnc 1igiit & PowerCompany burning. The heat expands the water i I, pont for and delivered Call ai

. Daxis Arch. wharf well under way and it is possible will hold their ani.u1inpfliii between the stamps and separates I 9'j South Palafox and JIin th-
portion o fthe proceeds will go on MoucUy March 2u that the work will be rushed so them ?;> tl st hey cjin he easily pulled j I II
at Rich 11)03, nt the f thee of the company, in .
Confederate Museum
t F rt'rt'"A anti Florida has never been rapidly as to be used early next week o'clock the city of Peusacoh. flurid.1, atj i apart. They are th'-n ready for us>!'. i iEi !ii I,! Laties'' !Pirn Mi a fDCC :Ij.!

? to do for her room as other -and will be a great benefit to the CurRCY W. TJlO, "L'UOL1AHSHS I
t Y'S Lujrin ( KAr BALM: i? an ( II' Yours for Xeatne ,

'; hate done. how is an opportunity visting battleships which send scores Sect etary.DIRECTORS' old frI n1 ia --t new f;>rm. It H pr*- I

for every one of the six I pared: fr the partieul: bcteBtofutferers G. W. IRWIN.Hot
H of men ashore every day. i fron 1i'1 cinrrh whi. oreieed .

4 hundred "Daughters" in Florida to i It is to be regretted that the wharf MEETING. I to MI atomizer in Pt>rayit: >irthe '

p't: send some articles to this bazaar I I ci'"f-l'po'j rm-rribrines. All the healing
not begun several days sooner in The Directors ff the JB-cambia '
friends to was and "o.ifhi'.Kprnpprtie* fit Cream
r and to Induce one or more
I I!
Electric Light & Power Chocolate with
County : Balm are retained in the ne preji 1
effort order that it could be used duringthe
Let make one great
send. us annual i i6HEoE
tI will bold their !
Company Oration It li'f>"I* imt dry up the Whipped Cream at Solo-
I culminate the "))a\isrch" present visit of the Indiana.A meeting at them p of the company ; secretions, Price ibcludiW fpnj-: will be popular in mon's.

and aid the Florida room at the in the city of Ktu.tcolaF10iida, immediately ling tube 75: cent.. At your dU-; (:) Spring Waists. Fancy
} I '
- ,., GOOD IlKCOMMtiMIAllON. ': after the aoj mrumeut oi i i !gi-t'*, rr Etr Brother, ir; Warren Sleeve, Cap and Shirred
.Pill"" "Ill. the stockholder-' m-rttiug which i, "street New York, will mail it. Effects aln will hold rule thl
II *We ak the aid of every Southern ,,' 'Iock Monday STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
hI have noticed thit the sale of 'akes place at 6 ( p. m. hprinz. All these effrcu, in

.. man woman and child in Flor Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver March DE 2nd COCKCY, 1903.! W. THOM, '> We will laaader your s reads fOl fact the latest of all practical

:1 ; ida." Tablets i* almost invariably to those Secretary.Nearly 15c.,atAj>:ich and make tht-m lcx>i styled, are found in cur Stock of
rVnuicola 1I111c"nB..aCHun.
' I The circular referred to in the foregoing who have once used them" 11:1jSIr.: Like '..IW.t.tr,! Laundry., and
: -- --- --- BUTTERICK PATTERNS.The Daily : .
Kicrpt Sunday
Forfeits Hit Lilt. .
J follows: J. H. Weber, a prominent druggist ,
' "The I'nited Daughters of the Confederacy of LV-cide Iowa. What better recommendation A runaway almost ending; fatally, March Patterns giving i "CITY OF TAMPA."

assisted by the Confederated could any medicine started a rornble ulcer on the leg of Take drujgisti Loistlvc refund Promo the Quinine money II Tablet It falls* All III some indication of prevailing .
.y Milton __ !
e Lv rVnimcoU.ISp
: am
Southern i'morlalsslclalions.. have than for people to call for it J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. cure. K. W. Urore'g signature U on tacti Spring fctylfi are now in. I I'loaaeol..I/Jam Ar Milton S'pafare. '
box. When next you come to our
will hold a baazar for the benefit of when in need of such a remedy? Try For four years it defied all doctor 2c.c c.CO------ store, vUit our Paper Pattern I .GUc; Round trip.II.i .

I the Jefferson Davis Memorial Arch- them when yon feel dull after eat- and remedies. Bucklen's Arnica TO E. W. FEME'S I department indeed, it would I '

1 And for th> Confederate Museum, itiir! when you have a bad taste in Salve bad no trouble to cure him. pay you. if you havedrespmik-

which is now established in the man- your mouth, feel biliom. have no appetite Equally: good for Burns! Bruise! Xo.30 South Pah'fox street, for your inK intentions to make a special JEWELER IN HIS
or when troubled with consti. electrical work. He U trip to our soresfor that
which President Davis resided Skin Eruptions! and Piles. 25:: at W. prepared to
eion in patton: and you are certain to be delighted pUrpOil.I .
therefore ask with the relief which Store 121 do you a flrst-clH"s job at moderate !
during the war. They prompt A. D'Aletnberte's Drug NEW STAND
aflhrJ. For sale all prices. Phone 203. I
the help of every man. woman and they : by drug- South Palafox street.
-- --
gists and medicince deatlfier ;.
in order that the entire South COE'S BOOK I
child, STORE
The ftt!-?-t It'e of "t"rllncilVl-;
---- -- -- -- -
may share in the honor. The asso- CITY TAXES.Tax j I rnvla !and ilver Dortlifs {h ti h.I' ; I hive moved my J Jewelry S'rl' w
Jefferson Davis Monument. I'hfld J. I. U 213; South I'alafoi Street
ciation of the Dinner 1ft Prier tcIei4e 120 South PaUfox, furmr-rly :11'

V. D. C., has a director in if wi Ii to stop : all.! II PEX"' ACOLA. FLORIDA.GGiey's ,*
To a .i5t digestion relieve distress Pajer, jou pled by Bass: & Co., and am :

each: state and the Confederate Mneeuu after eating: or drinking too heartily, and ._...... better than
I Interest, call at wncc PaYyour FOR LUMBER rrT.11.0'1IC: =_;" _n_ __ :r_>o.: prepared .ever to
a re ;.'ut who represents the to prevent constipation,takeHood's :
great bargains in diamon,wat
in the Taxes. 1\ Call on BKLKvIAX LUMBERCO.
each state:
ovrze.1 by
f room Pills )jewelry, etc. Call and see m>
.' .'4 outhern Confederacy, and will be X. 3IcK. OKKTING, \ for estimates before placIng; Kidney Cure let me convince yon.

represented by a table bearing its Sold everywhere. 25 cents. 10f2w Tax Collector. your orders: for lumber. dlG-loi I subs telzrrs: and thdder ri11t.e J. I. BTEPHENfr

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TBTK IT OVER. 1Vo. 0808. "' !
u. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, C. M.r; t. .7.'
PREPARINGTO see S.J. FOSH E,Ylca-Preald."t; JOHN PFEIFPER, Au't Caihtor. ;)_
fitiWS Something yon can in any Bc0tanrant -


A physician puts tbe query: Have ,

you never noticed in any large restaurant OF PENSACOLA FLA .
Miss Kathryn Kidder and maid took ; at lunch or dinner time the the : 'f a
KINGGreat supper at the Merchants last evening. large number of hearty,vigorous old Designated Depository of United States. .

men at the tables; men whose ages Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 19 3. e t
The city schools and all the schoolsin
run from 63 to 80 years; many of 'f .
the county near enough for the them bald and all perhaps but RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ., t
preperatlons are now going!:; children to visit Pensacola will be gray Loaasand Discounts........... ...... ..... 336072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ................... $200.000.00 J
the city to accord King Pris- none r.f them feeble or senile? Demand Loans.............:............. 122.8C6&i Surplus ...... .......... .... ................ 20,000.00 ;
on in granted a holiday on Monday the 23rd Perhaps the spectacle is BO com Overdrafts..... ................ ............ 1,160.02( Undivided Profits......................... 690.76 i
cps one of the most enthusiastic of Inst. mon as to have escaped your observation U. 8. BondTand Premiums.............. 213,806.87 Circulation.............. ...... .... .... ..... 125,000.00 4 ,
to Pensacola, and when or comment, but nevertheless Stockssecurities, etc....................; 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,...... ................. .. 180.00 : :I
welcomes! The Terminal Company wishes to Furniture and Fix tares.......... .... ...... 6,718.48 Deposits...... .............................. 665,649.31 ; t
He Majesty sets toot on the city'sit let its patrons know that a late train it is an abject lesson that means Cash and Exchange....................... 228.170.24 -: ; .. :
something. 1 ;
ntit Monday his heart will will be kept on Monday night on the I <
If will notice what these! hear t'. 1''f
band as he views from the wharf to occasion of "Florodora" at the opera ty old you fellows are eating you will observe Total.......... .......... ................. $911,420.10 Total.... ........ .... .......... ....... .... $911,420.10: : V l, .

hU top1 quarters at the Escambia house. that they are not mincing This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give '.t.

,jgfr( *!t homage done him by his John Henderson, colored was com- bran crackers nor gingerly picking /oar business prompt, courteous and careful attention. \, ,-ffl

sabject,. mitted to jail yesterday afternoon for their way through a menu card of 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ..t : 1 1I
petty larceny. Henderson could not resist s
tri-colored fabrics have been new fangled health foods; on the
The the temptation of stealing a by- contrary they seem to prefer a juicy

rla: d on a number of buildings, cycle which had been carelessly left roast of beef, a properly turned loin I B. H. FAIRCHILD, II :G. W. & CO 'G. W. & CT( 'f inv: }

but tte mat gorgeous decorations within his reach. of mutton, and even the deadly r W :
Cm* O Hi S TEH: 33 H. : !
ding to the breeze are those at broiled lobster: is: not altogether ig-
yet Persons desiring seats for the coro- i' The Lightness of $ :J.a ;
National Bank building. nored. 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. U
ti-e! fut nation at the opera house on Febru- H
'. The poiat here is that a vigorousold cruet Work and Refinishing ,Furniture a r.Speciat .
of the bul Is
The entire front ding ary 24th are hereby reminded that r. "

almost; hidJen by the selections ofPricu.sud they may obtain any number from J. and age plenty depends of wholesome upon goad: food digestion and Phone ,406.. ":{ "Dorothy Dodd it I ::1J.j; l'f!

M. Coe. An erroneous impression I .. ,
several others -
are con.1tUlpl..ti'IJ .
not dieting and an endeavor ta ( "'.
I upon oJ II Ij
I has been circulated that all the seats +
patterning after this live upon brau crackers. R. K. WHITE ;) .' < !
I have: been taken. Ic .Needless
There is a certain class of food Jeweler .. Drag... : r

Show.Mayo'. J ines! has directed that the I Ed. Pooley white objected to a negro cranks who seem to believe that: Watchmaker, Manufacturing .. Just think what an amount Qf strength you waste every day '. '1

: boy .ester whipping his dog meat, coffee, and many other goad and Graduate Optician, I II when you wear heavier shoes than you need. You lift a few PI' l'
entire :length; of the pavement be I which he said was worth not more things are rank but these I Ill"dng's == ounces: of Useless weight at every step, and this amount to more : t.ii'
poisons ,
I htk PiUfox St. that a ton of useless lifting between tunri-e and t-un-et. 1 say ; :
tvu as possible in order than ten cents. He told the C
niaJe a negro cadaverous, sickly looking individuals '
I "ustleliftius because this additional weight (tl leather need 1
t1!,a: tl,<- carriage: ; containing His what he thought of him and the negro are a walking condemnation of b not he in the shoes to make them strong or enduring! 0 .11
would travel easily.T I swore out a warrant against Mr.1'ooley their own theories. tie $cst for pr. f;< This matter of weight it important. There are several ounces I !f II
M.oty( I him with obscene : 1 of unnecessary weight in an oraiuary pair of wome!>'" shoes l aiid ; ( I"' '!t'
charging using The matter: in a nutshell is that if 1)H )
11- improved portions of Palaf \ <" this menus so a uch needless drag on the feet. The only shoe t '!f
language. It cost that gentleman the tonuch secretes the natural: digestive REMARKABLE_CURE Of CROUP.A that saves this weight for you is the "Dorothy Dodd." I ': n
will wise receive attention
ix str.'ut I $3.00 this morning. ; -juices in satU ient quantity Little Boy's Life Saved.I (, The scales tell the story for you, but yout feet tell the story I + I,,
lI':fur t. Next Monday. I any wholesome food will be properly I rl' when you wear the shoes. i ii!.
Col. D. S. Sessions, father of Mrs.
few words to regarding I
An evidence of great loyalty was digested ; if the stomach does not do have a say 00 Till\ COST $::1.(10.> Q ;
The<> Leslie of 17 East LaRue street, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It I ,
that! shown today when several busily I so, aud certain foods cause distressone art.
i was on February 11th appointed on saved my little boy's life and I feel a;
two of Stuart's
=* houses not on the line Prisons the personal staff of the governor of or that I cannot praise it enough. I ; :
Tablets after each meal will remove .
will travel were decorated. This is Texas with the rank of lieutenantcolonel. bought! a bottle of it from A.B.8t' ere i = l
all difficulty because they supply
example that should be followed Col. Sessions accepted the ap- of Goodwin, H. D., and when I got '. I i ii iv
at. what weak stomach lacks.
ointment. He is from Eur.is, Texas, just every home with it the baby could .
quickly; and should also be encour- pepsin, hydro-chloric acid, diastase poor O
and was the guest of his daughter un- 1)1j
hardly breathe.- I !gave the medicine -j i
a.: d. til last night, when he I left for Ennii and nux. as directed every ten minutes until ,( .......DE.M..A...
Decorators have been engaged! to Stuart's dyspepsia Tablets do not "threw up" and then I thought sure i I \ J
act upon the bowels and iu fact are to 'p.
place! the colors in artistic manner he was going to choke to death. We I lJ!
A LECTUREON : not strictly a medicine, as they ac :
had to the phlegm ont of his 8
'ma numberof buildings ILnd by BunJIT almost entirely upon the food eaten, mouth in pull great long strings. I am t GREEN WATSON & CO. \ :.

the main thoroughfare will prec.t digesting it thoroughly aud thus ,
SOCIALISMRev. positive that if I had not got that il' I- i
gives; a much needed rest and giving t .
!' a gorgeous spectacle. bottle of cough medicine, my boy LG. W. & CO" TG. W. & cO M'1: .' '
-- -- --- appetite w mid not be on earth today.-JOEL = 1 .

A Cure For Lumbago. Of people who travel: nine out often DEMONT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale -____-___ ___ .' r:1
W.C. William, of Amherst, Va., Winfield R. Gaylord, of Milwaukee use St !lrt's Dyspepsia Tablet, by all druggists:; and medicine deal : *.

saya, "For more than a year I suf- Wis., who is on a vacation 1 I knowing them to be perfectly fate to ers.* _____ ____- t- s f.ii

frr>from lumbago. I finally triedC trip to the South, has been asked to i i use at any time and also having
:' .' I" -rlafu's: Pain Balm and it lecture on scientiCc socialism In I found out by experience that they you "" "" J "" ; ,

iriv Hi" entire relief, which all urea safeguard against iudigestioi: BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have
Pensacola, and will speak tonight at .
ti" t', : dies had: failed to do.',1 ICAtholihKnights I I in any form, aud eating as they l a large stock of dressed studdingand ICE CREAM SODA, .-: ;

S: .I 1 ti ill drugi'lt and medicineCAPTUCED Hall. have to, at all hours and all kinds of jiMit Get their prices before tAT .

': i I The lecture will be free to all, ;; food, the truveliug public fur years buying. dlf-Im HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES ,

and Mr. Oaylord promises to show :, have pinged their faith to Stuart's: I I The finest line of umbrellas- in the I i i !.

that aciali ui is not anarchy, us is I'I Tablets. I city is at J. I. Stephens' Go lookat c .:J\b\ ;
All druggists i sell them at 50 cents them.: 1 t '
so often charged. I II !tfor full sized packages! and any dru,.;- Trainer's Confectionery ;

A CONVICT I That socialism is not a proposition i iI i gist from Maine to California, if his We have just received our .
l I to divide up all the money.: ,i opinion was asked, will pay that 1903 line of Heywood Go- : '0

__- I I That socialism will not destroy the I'I'I Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is tho Carts with all the latest im ., -. .i r ,
most and successful remedyfor 'j'f
1"1'. it 1 n; "fli"1'r Ray and 'lr. Cha I family, but will preserve it. popular provements. Call and see -'1
I I stomach trouble.
J".u-11! la-t titght rju up on Robert I i I That socialism does not and cannot --- them; they are beauties- i

Ta.vl.ir. r','lured, iu- a house at the l 1 I I oppose religion.1 I BRIDE AND CROOM Marston Sf Qidna.CU12W DR. J. R MOCK, ;

c-'nii-r'I 1! ireelona: and IntendenciaHr I That socialism is the only true solution -]i
-"> t-a.drai him in as a dinger- I of the tiurt prcblfin and labor
II X S N""-*** r -
ojs.i-d: su-pcinr character.: This problem. NKITHEK tbe captain, owners DENTIST. H.:
I Iro norcontiignpff of tbc Span 4fiB

rain:, _' ti.,.. uuyor continued his: I The speaker will answer questions I rr I.JPam.hip,Ponslble Junco for debts will con be

ci-" until n..xt Tuesday morning, I after the lecture.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bell, who I, traded by tbe crew of 8"id yeFaPl.TAVALA.l

w: ::1 in t ixxj.idthu; : Missi'ippiH' : Gaylord claim that: socialism wero married in Galveston Monday, Gull Transit Co.. CaptniD.L'onsigDoe lath 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. ': .4 ; 0

'!,'''t* will have; arrived for Taylor.T1 is of special interest to women, and will arrive from New Orleans this -- CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. 1':

: n< ::roe tpedfrom the penetfiitury invites the ladies of Peusacola to i afternoon and be the guests of Ir.Bell's i I fa 3
A. ,C. BINKLEY desires his friends > J
at l'nlo.a, Miseveral hear want he has to ay. I mother oa East j.1 .
and the public to know that! he has t.
Wt.' /k- a." and hl< i h"-n iu hiding in : The fact that' this gentleman H street, for an indefinite time. Moved to Room, 508. Tbiesen building i. <

t1.-: "uiity tire that time He wasM"tupf I state organizer the:.,ocialist movement I Among the passengers: on the noon where he will continue as here : :
Ii G. DtSiln & Co.
.>T .i.:ht years aud during I in \Viscon-iu is a guari.ut i train today were Miss Clara Hall, tofore, a general law practice. W

t1 .' ; !'il'1 and Mi -Ellie Shuttleworth, Mi-ss Rosebud ---0- _-_ --- t. t
IM- yc.tr; H-vcaped twice. Attl that;understands his subject,
!1.-: tinia reward
'''T' I of wkom are Mr. Bell's relativeThey --. J 33 i inGoDtfacks l = 1
iiui tcum! will! go into thee I mean by socialism should Sash, Boors, Blinds, I.

:',' :'. .- :r\. hear him.Poisons. 1 will meet the bridal party at !
II' '\ Sunders nitiflsd the I -- - | Flom ton and return to the city :- Shingle i
I accumulate: in the systemthe aod Diliid e r i ;j jBuilders'
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M1--, with themCAME
i 'uuhonties that Taylor ..- J sj.
I when kidneys are slug>;ih- -- Materials
1 I : 'itllr.; .d, but fio reply has : bl tchesaud bad complexionretulttake PLANS'SPECIflCATIONS AND a I

J !Hint thfm. i Hood's Harapanlla.A ___. NEAR ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT Brick and Lime. i i, ,t .
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I SHORT NOTICE. .*" .< ..< I II "? ". .
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i BEING BADLY HURT Telephone No. 11. :

I HURT THIS MORNING. I First-Cla: *s Work Guaranteed and '1 $00. ..,

iritITimNTSl l I Ira ; f I Ii I j i References Furuished. :

I I A young boy named Bunifay was i A youighite man named Berlin 414 EAST IXTEXDINCIA' ST. A GREEN HUT & ;
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\ \' } 'II ,1 \1 \ W.W.w2 badly hurt this morning at school I came near being badly hurt on Tarragona -
I I {) Lll I It r 7
l'tJ! th\ '\i1. rds t while enjoying a same of "shinny. I street early this afternoon. En- NOW OPEN! "'

rn I was at first thought that the young gine No. 338 was rolling along slowly I I ....WHOLESALE GROCERS
=: : i :
-0; Z S'252..t2525i 5252.JII. I
I follow had been fatally hurt as he was n
i and Berlin attempted to step on

Froliehstein, the live j rendered unconscious by a blow on j i! pilot. The latter, being wet, caused I BOWLiNG inn : Nos. 102 1 104,106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. .. h '!
: man. is here foJay on apPlit'd,1 _
I the head. Itcbtoratlt were his foot in slip and Berlin was in Im- I -- -. ,

however, and he was soon resuscitated \ minent danger of being killed as it AH ART STUDIO. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine ; 1
\ Sessions and father of :
1 i 1arl' isiting on East I and carried home. No one was I was he was dragged a considerable No. 11 WEst I Intdema StreEt I hive opened a studio in room 9, oysters today. Try them. .I_ :.

.' .. I criminally responsible for the deed. distance and his life was only saved I I Opposite Jas. McHujth's.I Salisbury block, where I will give _ __. NIC APOSTLE. f e :

lessons! my own system of draw .j.
'.in: 1I.: Fitzgerald; from the I by the engineer bringing the machine i I ---- ----- ---- Hot French Waffl'g with .' t
THE JOURNAL IS ing-called "Black and White"-
1 Indiana spent last night at to a standstill. Berlin says he will not Florida Cane ..1U
Syrup atSolomon's.
I SUED FOR LIBEL aUoin Frt-nch Pastel painting andNewspaper
'ants: and saw Miss Kidder do ia again.FLORIDA. Mardi Gras and Magazine Illustrat c ;
'ra house. .
Chas. G. Allen .of Washington coun ing.I. -- : t
many friends (,f1Iss Lena have: taught large classes! in every .' t
r ty. Florida thinks the Journal of this GOES DR. F. E. BRUCE,
.\ i i I'O pained to learn that she $ Ball t town in Georgia and in many of the
i. has : .OOO lying around idle and : 'I
city $
I at her hon on'st Run female: college" "f the South, so can ;
has instituted a suit for libel against TO CALVESTON offer yon an exparience twenty- : Has returned and resumed practice. .; .1' Y

that paper for that sum. Editor Mares ....CONCORDIA HALL,.... five years. In the tudio will be Office 22K West Government St., .'-: -f
I ITolophono Ii
was served with a notice of the action -- found the choicest collection of Salisbury Building.

HV are the only-furniture j by Deputy Sheriff Keeling today. The steam pilot boat Florida cleared Tuesday [OI i ht' Feb. 24th, crayon work ever shown by a single --- 146. ;t

dealers in the city who car i i- and sailed this afternoon for Galveston AT 9 O'CLOCK.IFIUST.CL.SS artist and an invitation is exten4ed f. )
1':1: ti compll te line or china NEARLY 10.000 to everyone to come and see it. My ,
I Texas, where it is said all the
ells t and sideboards. I Vc i I SNAPPERS ARRIVE. MUSIC, term for instruction! are moderate. ,
--- I II I pilots will board the battleships-now ,, LltGt..IJ.CISG H\LU Oils: A. MILLER.
fur cash
or on.I '
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The first fishing smacks to arri\'e': at that port and bring them to Pen-
/ Marston & All maskers: will be examined at I
'niyments.( : MEAT& MALT ha a marvelous)
| this week reached the dock this morn- I i sacola. It is thought that the com the! door and no objectionable characters
l'II't.ot ': Ing and discharged! their catches.: The' reach will be admitted. dietetic value. While refreshing:and
e I bined fleet of battleships will 'to take, it helps assimilation fi iati tic Ph0tOgpcphg
each H. pleasant ;
{ Trench Wades; with smacks and catches of were: ,
I next week for coal and TICKETS 50 CENTS. rYi
here early of food. Sold
trid P. Chipman. 3.000; Mary E. Hosie I I I I
Cane atlcmon. | I '
( '*. byrup I' 1.lI0and); the Weiskittle with 4,500. rendezvous. Ball begins after Carnival Parade. : BROS. 204), S. Palafox Street. ; '



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BUek Bucks *f laila. I

iSitISiSsiSiSISiSSS. LOOK:OUT FORTARRH The black buck of India Is a very

GOOD SCOTCH : ; ( graceful thirty and animal fifty ,pounds.weighing The between hide of The best .1

the male when full grown is of Inky
UFF blackness on the back while the bellyIs
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The cold-ware flag f as white as snow, tbe contract being at one-half priceIt

f By John Caxton means zero weather very striking. The horns are black amid

I icy jncUturelidenwiiu'.s I spiral In shape and in Ilngth"eragl'

Copyright. ITtt by the and the beginning II \i about eighteen Inches, although they takes five of the ordinary "qnam to make raflon but a HAYXER QUART Is
S. S. MeClure Company of winter ia earnest \ have been known to reach twenty-six full quart.n honest quart of 3S ounces. four to the Jrl Joo. Now you pay jour e..tr >t.t
suffer least 11.25 % bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be better !
.. To Catarrh any than H\YXER.I!>.
,. ....o+o..Q' 'Q.e inches. The animals are usually found
there is good or H2S a gallon. If you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you save at least tt16 oarren
ers nothing in herds and are difficult to approach gallon. We sell two gallons for about the same as you pay for one gallon of probttbiv POOrrr
The year Wli\ leue after the closeof I cheering iu these climatic changes, .111II11:". Just think: that over ana remember that HAVS'ER WHISKEY goes direct iron
flr'it.1 the return of cold weather, 'j In foot, as tile bucks toss their heads our distillery to you carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DI TILLER'S Gt'AR.
the'' Revolutionary war, and the all the disagreeable symptoms of Catarrh I'I in the air from time to time In avery ANTES of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous profits. That's'-h
It's so good and so cheap. Tta '1 why we bare of
good ship Nancy Junes of Providence ''I over a quarter a million satisfied cm..
blinding headaches dizziness a' gral'pfullMnner. and some of them are
Eppeon tamer That's why YOU should try ib Your money back U you're not satisfied.
\vaslyiug in the port of Liverpool. stuffy feeling about the nose that makes I' almost sure to detect, auy attempt at
While the American colonies had been' breathing difficult;chest pains and as the I I

successful In winning their Independence disease progresses,a discharge of nauseating stalking. _ _, Direct from our distillery to YOU

WSiEti BABY Cncland; still dominated the Lijjh matter from the throat and nose keeps Rail Batter. -

seas. Dwns; : continually In nerd of men one continually banking and spitting. The young housekeeper who told the Sam Onlirs1 ProfItt I PrivMts Adulti ration I -
Catarrh is most disease.
IS COMING to man her shIps, she passed an act a disgusting fkhman that she wanted some eels and .1
The foul mucous secretions that are con
I :giving her naval officers authority to stantly dropping back into the stomach when he asked her how much replied

USE hoard the \"I'sst>ls of any other nation contaminate and poison the blood and is ,: "About two yards and a half" has a

and search, for and remove Hritish sub- distributed throughout the body and it ., rival."I mm WHISKEYPURE

jects. Searching for T.ritkh subjects then become a deep-seated, systemic, I I wish to get some butter, please,"

IMsr'sFriendWoman's however was gei.erally an excuse to persistent disease that must be treated !, she Mid to the (lealor."Itoll .

force Aiuirlran sailors to fight for the through the blood, for it is beyond the butter, ma'am?" he asked po SEVEN'YEAR.OLD RYE
reach of s, washes powders or external .
mother country. For sears no American sprn> I litely.! '

greatest dream of beauty and craft Bailed the seas without fear treatment of any kind.S. "No/ \Ve wish to eat it toast We
S. S. clean the of all on .2O
is v.htu has chosen her tc soon system FULL
; glory nature of nriKiOi! men-of-war, and many; of $0 EXPRESS
Eccome : i is Catarrhal matter and purges the blood of seldom have rolls. -Chicago NewJ.Authority. .
a Every faculty keenlyelert 4
them oxerhauled! two three
were or
as she ors ees the j JT, tmbitkm, I the irritating poisons, thus effectually I O
,' Euccess: and the ILe-long satisfaction coin- tiisus; a ;jcnr.raiita.'n I, checking further progress of this serious -I'I til\"lnJ( QUARTS PREPAID
Israel 1 Jones vrps o'.vr.rr end and far disea.<
ia the dear anj .e. !
fag nearer, < ay by day, A worthy on being accused
(... ohiRuti'di of the craft named after |!! Look out for Catarrh in w inter, for cold
innocent :1;; so toon to see liht, and I of cribbing owned to it cheerfully, !but We will send yon FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN-
.; the: uncertaintyhctlicr: she sd see a hrs; \wlf. lie was a good sailor, l.nt : stirs the Llolland causes excessive secre- YEAR-OLD RYE for 43.20 and we will pay the express charges. Try it and
4 pwc'.t girl or a brate boy focc beside hcica i-y }T'is.; \".' wlt hi' \\'onlrl":' urn j I! tion of mucus and brings to life all the added nii\ely. "I always acknowledge U you don't find it aU right and as good as you ever used or can buy from
i, slumbering poisons that snake Catarrh the r.H'tiF rni!'ins; two fingers at the anybody else at any price, thrn send it back at our expense and your KL20
4 the pilloiv! a,l.ls 7ct to fer expectancy.Moihr'3 l.ouu' to tt-Il! Niio that ho t.!,* l>e< n j will be returned to you by next mail Just think that offer over. How could
Tries lid: : externally: j\.rhiul' tl and list t she the most abominable opining: words and two fingers againat It be fairer? If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent Betterlet
: a man or vo.
4 tUiO.hout wIll relieve the I I, of all diseases. S.S.S.keeps :: tin end of the borrowed matter, to us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself get a
I prenicy wo'iM liMia with! ilishir'g! s.ni exi' friend to join you. We ship in a staled mara
plain wuufa
eyes i the blood in case BO to bbow :
? pdal p"-t.TV: n, and no nioJiur and I S S t luliuitt- quotation marks. inside.
1 ci i1dL.mfi1tob. :.- allhy,hearty,stronj !:.:111: I such perfect order Orders for Ariz., CaL, Col.. Idaho. Mont.. NPV..N.MM.Ore.Utih.\vaeh.or .
clear ''.ncd blooded anl ""Waal. l"l': ,'i Junes: I don'tf'!iMilrryou that cold waves cause Wro. must be OR the bams ofI \ unrt.. for ...on bw Express!
1 coaii- pure ?! PurnUlird 11,11..11'.. Prepaid SO quarts for 16.00 freight *
I ie by Prepaid
r alarm and the I I
cheerful in disposition i who arc mutually! uuuh of .i. nun to let siuli things no
influence: by tljj continued use of tinspeit h:!1'1,1'11. If them Hritteli Lad use to change from the heat of summer to the "Their marriage: was a surprise, Write our nearest office and do it NOW.

: Imiuuut! MOTHER'S nUr. D. deal! wIth. it would Ualurn' tilifurmh1e -I: rigor of winter produce no hurtful effects, I I wasn't iti""Vehl. THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
Write 11S if you have Catarrh, and Out i his friends
>Euy of druggists. $[.oi) bottle.- wore surprised,
per I.nt.
Physiciatls\\'illah.jeyou without charge.
treatise but I believe: her friends
Our 'Motlisr.looj' nailed free. I were expecting -
lad saiUd with Lim on the yes- Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free. 150 DisrausT, TBOT, 0. ESTABLISHED 186&
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. C.. if-Brooklyn
rut \0)> i:('. :ini! as the craft was coinileUiiij Gaf _
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta,
her in three
; loading Liverpool A Weak Stomach
4pprtIc.d For Life. -
causes a weak body and invites dis- - -- -
"Have you ever encountered the whafscueme the captafn's wife had In

child who in the matter of smart sayIngs miiid but the snuff was brought on ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures

and straight truths Is an absolute deck and the pungent stuff poured Into and strengthens the stomach, and iAilCKE&CO.

terror to all with whom he may chanceto % vessels placed along the lee side. wards off and overcomes disease. J.
R. Taylor a prominent merchant of
come Into oontactV said an anxious! The men were still at work when the
Chrie8II'an, Tex..says: "I could not
. parent rweutly. I'Cnuse if not I c .i'It: :. cutter fired a gun as a signal to heaveto eat because of a weak stomach. I Plumbep Gas and Steam fitter

should like" to introduce you to that boy .: 74': a,,_ and Captain Israel brought the lost all strength and run down in ,
of mine. Itkv, Nancy Jones up into the wind. Then weight. All that money could do

"What has your boy done, then?" Inquired 'J .v. J the cutter began maneuvering to drop was done, but all hope of recovery No. S South Palafox Street

1 I his friend. ': alongside l to leeward. Under the direction vanished. Hearing of some wonderful ,
"What has he done?" said the parent. ft/, .-- I 7 of the woman. who promenaded up cures effected by use of Kodol. I A.I Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas Fitttags Materials Kept on lifo i'e

{( "Why, he's always at It. Only this and down as calmly as if In her own concluded to try it. The first bottle rs1atv(,.. 'tc '" 'J. ;. .. .t" ..O/

!:''i morning he came to me and asked : flower garden at home, seven men, each beneflttedme, and after taking four .
bottles I restored
am fully to my -
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i what it meant to be I told
; in chars of a vessel holding snuff, usual strength,weighth and health."
I.f Lim that It meant the binding of /
oneI ranged themselves along the bulwarks, Hargis Pharmacy John Sheppard,
.i person to another by agreement and # and at the last moment Nancy took Sidney Kahn. r SAMUEL CHARLES
1 that one pervm so bound had to teach I ,
charge of the biggest dish of all. As ..
j the other all lie could of his trade, or the cutter came slowly lulling up, with BOOT AND 5HDE

ji profession while the other had to all her crew on deck, the woman quiet : MAKER

I watoh and learn how things wen done ly said to her men: OPERAHOUSE .L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

. k and had to make himself useful In ""XowOU; Jest watch me and do as I

what th'n1" bee as they never hoard of before. Now ,1'lIOi-; 014. 007 Olllll CAIjUOX NIKKKT.

!I; Vhy, after a few monmts the altogether ONE NIGHT ONLY, nn !I

young rascal edged; up to me and said.Thou The cutter was only ten feet away MONDAY, FED. ZO
,:'i: I supim,;,j yt-u're apprenticed to and was prepared to throw a grapple J. E. DUBUISSOX I BROTHER
ti ma, ain't ;)'1)\1. del: ? aboard when Nancy Jones tossed her Messrs. John G. Fisher .

11 snuff into the air and dropped to the and Thos. J. Kyley, I I OUNKU TAllllAGltNA AMI 1MKMKM: : STIt..El',",

The natcdatl Button. deck and her example was followed Present the Greatest Musical I Dealers In

V A man recently returned from Turkey by the others. The wind carried every Comedy Success of the Century,

In Asia was fallowing some souvenirs last pinch of that strong snuff across tce Choice Staple and Family Groceries o5

f of his trip. "There's one thing: the space to the cutter, and It may be ,

I I didn't bring buck with me, and that's said that she was raked from stem to FLORODORA Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. Thpy are too miny to enumprate,

1 a Bagdad button," he said. "I'm just stern and from starboard to port In and Warranted to b., the Bet the Market Atlrd4 and can be

111 J as well satisfied that I didn't too. Ail KAXCY JONES TOSSED HEB SXrFF INTO an Instant every man on the English- Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given in During; the

I Bagdad; button? Well I'll tell you THE AIR. man's deck was blinded, coughing, ALL STAll GASA Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.

!K about it. I'\I'ry person who goes toriagdad Providence sailors who had been Impressed sneezing and as helpless as if bound IncludIngCORINXE. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION
and stays there for six monthsIs from the Nancy Jones a year hand and foot ,

;fj'j Is afHieted with a peculiar boil that !before and who had just deserted from The crew of the Nancy Jones could JAMES CHA8.KIERNAN BOX P.O. Box326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.

I 1 leaves a scar about the size of a halt the British navy came skulking aboard have captured the whole outfit without GRACE HAZ RD. PHONE 66. ,

T'.1.";:, dollar. It may come un the face or on and appealed to the captain for protee- striking a blow, but that had not been FRANCES TYSON, I FaD111y G-roooi-w.

part of the body, !but it is bound thou and a passage home. lie was hesitating included In Nancy's plan. Urged on by WILLARD CURTIHS, -

: I -ome If you .stay there long; enough.; ;: as he knew that It they were Captain Israel they swung;: her yards CHAK. H. BO"' J. H8. I

ij'fi"me-j 1 Jiiln't. 1 got out just as Hum as I found aboard his vessel much trouble I and got her on her course, and the I ALFRED CAHILL,
A. ::
' J I aid. Childrenho are born iu llag- would ensue, when Nancy came on breeze freshened as if in sympathywith I' AND1'iALOItI' MMAVerySUCCESSOR

j' c'.ad always come into the world with the scene. I her efforts. She was not pursued, : ItUII .
' I
ii. this mark which Is known as the Rag J.uok here, Israel" she said as she I however. Indeed the officers and men FAMOUS BEAUTY CHORUS OF 70 ( TO AVPKY % WOOLFOLK.)

J1i dad !JUttulI."-I'hllal1'IJtLia! Uecord. .irought her hand down on the cabin of the cutter were calling out to her i
I for relief and it full Oar Own Orchestra. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
lJ table with a lap, "thl'llIl1l'U are to I was prohally a Special

Jor.i} Inlt \.hlt. sail with us or I'll stay behind myself! hour before any; 'lIe of them could Fee
Pretty Main" Sritette
A federal ottkvholder tells of campaigning You ain't a man if you don't hide 'em a distance C'>twenty feet over the rail. Dainty! i HARDWARE.

:. In Kentucky with another away; and take 'em back home In due time and without meeting

. Stump| I!'t'ukl'r. The Litter thought; to "1 want to, but it'll !be an awful with further adventure the Nancy Prices-oOc, $1.0i, $1 Crt, *2 hI. Iron, Nails, Axe, Hhov N, -.w :Mill and Hteamboatu.

! make a good impression in the famous risk." replied Israel. Jones arrived at her home port and Sale of Keats begins Friday Feb. Supplies, Cooking and HWiadow > Stoves, Paint, Oils

distillery town of Oweusboro and III "But we don't care for the risks. tie tale llf thu snuff; was smm told. It.. JiUh at noon.WEEKLY. Ola li. (funs, Phi .- anJ Fishing Tackle.wrftiriiislilng .

his spei-ch there hounded tie! praises of Them men are true born Americans I Nancy had found herself a heroine In : Agate and Tinware ana I : Gfod

,; whisky. "Why, gentlemen," said lieI and our nayburs at home, and theirwives the eyes of the crew, she was now in HCHEDUt.1

1; have nntlivd III my reading of history ,and children are inournin' for danger; of being made to 1l'Iil'that, I LSAGFJNS: FOR BIRMINGHAM JlctLLINO MILL COMPANY

'{ and biography that all ;:rl'atlI'n '(1.1 as if dead. They was taken off I she was the veritable Goddess! of Lib- I FOB STEAM DIVISION Revere Giant i Stitched BOltiolr.: Northampton Emery
She wouldn't haH it. however. I fBNSAOOLA EkECTlUCTEKMIfl I %VhI l (' L-'tin & Rind
drank liquor. I tell ;you whisk) makes your ship In the first place, ,and now erty.: I ) Co., Johnson's Kilsomics -
', men smart. your ship shall take 'em back home Iri'111', but what is nil this fuss RAILWAY OOMPANY. Iron IC&tiir and Hack Stoves: and Ranga: Wm
Peniaool for the Lllu. I Coo ,. ,0.11' i Raw Hide Lace Leather
;! '' agaIn! about? she replied. 1 alms knowed Tr lni leave : A Masury'a
"What's that? said an old farmer: yoaBlg Bayou, rrlngtonU T7 ten Made Railroad Colors.
that if I aboard of Israel's bark I
vrhrf was a noted teetotaler.: That settled It. The deserters were was and Fort Barrancai at

t "Whisk;) makes men: smart,"" reiterated stowed away, and In due time the could make them llritishers sheer off 8:30: a..m.arrive Port fieriness TU6a.B Masonic Temple @ Pensacola. Fla.
Israel and all the rest 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort B.rr.ncMIO"a.a
bark sailed her return. She almost purty
the orator, "and I challenge dec on was 1:OU p.m.arrlre at Port Barranaat 1:U p..
, nial." clear of the English channel of the men are too easy goin'. Whatwe BHO p. m.arrive at Fort Barranoai ':11 p aI:15p.m.srriveai .
when she discovered want is more women aboard of our Port Barranoai T.-OOp nSOOp.m.arrlTeatPort
an English revenue -
"Then, said the farmer "you'd better Barranca 1:611"
51 get:: a couple of barrels: and begin on cutter bearing down upon her. ships and I for one am goin' to keep Trains lean Port Barranoai tor Penis TIME TABLE.

It at once." These light government craft were right on sailin and lettin' King George cola at
often used to board vessels and impress know the difference between apple T:16a.m. arrive as Peniaeoia 1:00.. 1
llSJOp m. arrive at Penaaaola_11:41 p.s2OO LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
t men as they could dodge about sass and a woman who won't stand p.m.arrive at Peniatola_ t tf p.n IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 11.01
!: STATE OFOHIO.CITYOFTO, t the channel much easier! than the menThe things no longerl": 5:00 p m arrive al Peniaoola Ktipa
S$ ,
TCO arrive at Peniaeola :611.
}." LUCAS COUNTY. I v-n n'.n...... 8:46 p. Ui.arrive at Peniaooia_ *.NI.B New Orlean. and Mobile.
j FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath cutter was sighted just after Common Phrase Illnilrated. Batardayi only .

that he is t.ie staior of the and her errand guessedat PASS FOB walK DATft.Peniaoola I
.:'11 partner noonday was to Port Barranoai and return 4tifenzacola No.5. fio.4. No.I. I No.t I No.l. I Not.
; firm of F. J. Cheney & Co.. doing in a moment. She would be sure to to Navy Yard and retain..... KPeassoola : 7:15 a 17ISm 11:06 p Le.P"n.acolaArrt... I 6:00 a I ':00 p I s..011 II
' to Palmetto Beaah and risers UtSVVDAT 8Wa I ':21 p i 1:01 a i Leave_ Klomaton_ LeaveLvave I 2M a 130 Ta
, have of three p II
;t business in the City of loledo a description the (Jesert- 11:00 a'\!! p tM. Mobile __..Leave I lSSn'tj 12:15 n I 6 loop
k I county and state aforesaid, and that era and would no doubt Ijnprcsa two wetlaer 1OEIDVDI.When tbe _._.__. I $:SSp I 7:80: a i Leave _.N"w Orleans.? Leave I 5:01 P I Tt5: a I _
permits raaalnf i
or three of the regular crew, even it
n: N paid firm will pay the sum of ONE open ooaohei. .North.
I.; r HUNDRED DOLLARS for each she did not take full possession. It was Leavi Peniaeola. Lv Port Barraa.

.: and case of Catarrh that cannot no use; to spread more sail or to think i a. m. lOa m.II .
m a. m. U n. 'lo.I. No. 5.
be cured by the use of HALL'S of resistance. The enemy carried a Ilo. i I No. I.
4i I ,
! ( 1p.m. IIOiipm j 1tUip m Lea.fonsacol.Arrtn I ':OOpm'' 6:00am
'\I t CATARRH CrRE.q crew of thirty men and mounted four Ip.m III... 6:1am 657p in Arrl"e. .. Montgomery ...Leave I 11:15am I 11 p lit
I .m ..m.'p. ..
p p 1Iillam: lotIpm: \rrl.BirmlngbamLe. I 1:18am'' 06pm
t guns. p m, 7:05pm $:lOa m Arrl.N..bvllle _Leave :
:: Sworn to !before me and subscribed:; "Well Nancy" said Captain Israel, Ip.m. ,.11I.. I:$! am' 5ila m Arrive _LoI1I."lIle _Leave. I 5:15pm--- I fluI7I
i ,. m. f p,m, 7oam I I1Wa: m ArrlveClnclnnat1Lean ;
t in my presence, this 6th day of December "we shall lose the bark and go to :00m lilSpm
> 7:10mm; laep m ArrIve.I.I.onI..Leav
t A. D. 1886. prison, and it's all your doin's." to PAIl Art FOB Barraneai arBDATreniaoola Rarj 4:15pm *utra5prn

1 "Israel Jones don't you holler before \ard.aa4 return_______ PE1fACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
\1 SEAI? t[ A. W. GLEAPON, Ptniaeola to Palmetto Beaeh and
Public.Hall's you're bit: she replied as she laid ,.'11,............ ..____ __ __ IhlTdafterllla. No. 1-Dally Not top where time not ibown _
Notary No.1VatlYI; No.
i down the spyglass. "How will the officer "She lost her hl'ad.Chicago 'I,.'.'l'hI m. __ | t-Dally No. .biily
Catarrh Cure i taken in- -
come aboard-?" Tribune. ii.6 pm : TOO a m Le.Penaaeola.-Arrln 10:50 pm SJO ;;
ternally and acts directly on the "
11:15: night TII" Bobemla 10:87"
blood and mucous curfaces of the "In this light wind and smooth sea 12:30 TIS II .. Ynleitra..Kioambla_ I. 10:16" 1:01"
that craft will probably run right Ills Experience.XVederry .o=GOLAY-QI 1:21" TIM U
eystem. Bend for testimonials, free.F.J.CUENEY&Co.Toledo : : .. 10:12" 167"
-That old adage about marrying U:. i ':16 Moist 10D" lIt '
0 alongside u.w TI8" II ___ Harp ___ "
In baste and repenting at leisureIs Grist and Corn << .. If 10:11" lItO'ItfiO ;
I "On which side wl1'he come? 1 Neal IBills.f. : I I TIS _JaltClty_ II 10:11" 11:27"
"To leeward of course. What sort of the rankest kind of nonsense. illS If l fll If Milton. __ 10:10" Im"
1M a m 1 N __Good Ranga H
a notion have you got Into your headr Singleton-Because why F. GOnllaEZ 4 co., Prop, 1:66" 1:16" __ Holts_ ._ 1:111" ,:116"

No. 30 South 1'alafox street, keep "A good deal of a notion. You've gota \Vederly-Because a married man 110" Im" __ Mllligan .1 1:20" ':11"I
ManataotcreriCHOICE :. 8:311" .........CreitvtewZ' I 1:11" 4:00"
has no leisure.-Chicago News.A ..
hundred pounds of Scotch snuff in 1:00" 1:11I" _D eer Land_ 1:116" 16"
call bells, wires and all kinds of MEAL AND PUKE QBOTJHI: 1:21" 1:18" Mossy Head ltO" 1:11"
one of them empty staterooms. The ..
electrical supplies. Have him do X... ':01" t-M II ..Del'aDla1t8prSall. 1:11" 1:61..
first thing to do is to get it out on deck.I Literary STOCK FEED. ':18" I:.. .. .. .._......Argyle._ N f:.. .. 1:11"
your work. Call phone 303. also want all the pots and pans and Mrs. Casey-I hear your son Mike Patronlie Horn Indoitry, for there It 4:40 I IiT I N _I'onred.L.o __ N ':21" 1:11"
has gone into literature. every reaaoa yon thonld boy onr Meal and 1:00" 10:10' N __WOItnUI_ ':IT" 1:66"
kettles from the cook's galley. Stock J'aecllro. the Home Manataetarer. 1:08" 10:10' II __ Cal'JTU\_ If fII" ltij"
Try the NKWR Want Column. No one aboard the bjirk/ kmw just Mrs. Clancy-So be has. He's got a tar by to doing you'neoarat home indna. I.U If lOm' N _Bonlfar_ If 1:1iI" 1:2'1"
I Job as janitor In a library.-Judge. try. Tour money li left In the oommoalti 1:00" 10:61" II _Cnlpley_ N 1:87" 1:06"
-- -- and you in torn are indirectly benefited 8:11I" 11:111" N ___Cott Q --- fOO" 11 = N ___ ___ If '
(B fostering the home manufacturer yoc : MarlaBna :00" 12:16"
0 Hot Rolls, at S p m.. 10o son tribute tot be eanie of labor. You OWl TJO *. 11:66" .II. __ Cypreii_ 1:18" 11:45 1 III
Laxative Womb! : !! .C I'1l CIIIeveryCareSaColdiDODeDly Uto tbe eommualty which yon live and f:6O" 11ld" __(Irma Bidge__ lIa" 11:11"TtiII"
a doz., at which contribute to roar support. 12:06 noon It Hneadi H 6:!1" 10Mi
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CATARRH.It* Great ScakCB Fore.t ..d tbs ; Pi Put That Didn't Keep the BrltnnnU Your Kidneys. HARD 1 j;

i i.sure to giN I OMe With Which It A.....*. Mi<< s From SnUInc OB Time. 1:

SATISFACTION Mississippi river shooting Is varied Boston harbor froze over in Januaryof Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. 1', '

with trips to the sunken lands, which 184-L and the advertised sailing of

cFi Balm begin near Hickman. Ky.. and extend .tdde the TORPID LIVER. the Britannia then in dock teemed All the blood in your body passes through :

tlfs at Once, south several hundred miles on both stttiftbeo the digestive organs, surely to be impossible. But the merchants your kidneys once every three minutes. BRICK

GI'". lIt\Itf... ...ulb... sides of the jiver. This territory was regulate the bowels, and are un- of Boston would not have it so. u- n A The kidneys are your
euaa blood purifIers.they filter
covered with a dense forest of large They met 'and voted to cut a way, at
: S. ) out the waste or
m trees before the land was submergedby VNTI-BILIOtS MEDICINE, their own expense! through the ice impurities in the blood.If I t

I j coI the earthquake of 1811. On the la mabrial. districts their virtues arc that the steamer might sail practicallyon they are sick or out

|8 .!I.r.d. 11 fall Tennessee side Iteelfoot lake eighty widely recognized as they poaak&. time. The contract for cutting the cf order they fail to do
1 I II Prl..cti the COLD' HEAD miles long was fQrmed. Reelfoot lake pecoBw properties la freeing: the necessary channels was given to merchants _1 H their work. ALWAYS ON HAND.HALF

)lombr,r sfltthe "fnfU vi j..I" IOU elm" is only three miles from the river at system coated front that poteon.tuftf EJepDtI) engaged like Frederick Tudor, Pains aches and rheumatism 'ft
Y.o "Ie.at 1)1 uggltI or ly ; Trial from
:Vbviim'l fcLY BUOIHEK8. Upper Slough Lauding and the same in the export of ice. not from the come excess -
Take No Substitute of uric acid in the
.: WarrtD ,t. r4w York. distance at Tipton\ille, Tenn. The harbor. Their task was to cut, within blood. due
I dense forest Is still standing. The the space of three days a channel kidney trouble. to neglected ... ... i.

limbs and bark have rotted and about ten miles long. For tools they Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady > tI !

OUROHNOTICES.request dropped off years ago leaving the Snubbed the Prlmee Contort. had the best machinery used in cutting heart beats, and makes one feel as though -

bleached trunks standing like marble Commenting on the slights that were fresh water ice and horsepower was they had heart trouble. because the heart is Mll.LION :\

columns In water sixty feet deep, so put on Queen Victoria's consort Prince employed., The ice was from six to over-working in pumping thick kidney- ONE '

TluSEWS would that tbe close together that It is difficult to movea Albert, Sidney Whitman says: "The twelve inches in thickness. As the Ad- poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It '

or tho'e having in charge the skiff among them. Some have rotted prince consort brought to England Ideasof vertiser of Feb. 2, 1844, described the troubles used were to be to considered be traced that to only the kidneys urinary,

denY cati"n of church service notices off at the water level and others are his princely prerogative from Ger scene: "A great many persons have but now modern science proves that nearlyall l" :
rO l hollow making good blinds. The flight many which did not accord with thoseto attracted to wharfs to wit-
will send them to this been our constitutional diseases have their begin- Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. }
M .jnd-iy of wild fowl on Iteelfoot lake Is beyondthe which the English aristocracy were ness the operations and the curious! ning in kidney trouble.If :

office by S If o'clock Haturday morn- comprehension of the average accustomed and all the less so since spectacle of the whole harbor frozen. you are sick you can make no mistakeby

IZ!, ,n order to insure their insertion sportsman. There are ducks, geese many English noblemen thought them- over and the ice has been coveredby I first doctoring your kidneys. The mild i ]

m the proper position in the cormorants, called water turkeys; selves every bit as good as a German skaters sleds and even sleighs. and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's ,

cranes water hens and snipe. Theyall prince. One morning Prince Albert Tents and booths were erected the Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is I- I;
H. upon
ra : the meet of the buck- soon realized. It stands the highest for its -- tt
keep a chatter which makes the Joined royal :
up bore
ice, and some parts of the harbor I
wonderful of the
sunken forest ring. From the tops of hounds. All were awaiting the arrivalof I cures most distressing., cases 1. tfdefdil1an
CAPTAIN FRITZ the appearance of a Russian holiday ,
STEAMER and is sold on its merits "
the master of the hunt in order to
the hawks and owls
trees eagles; con- done Capacity 50,000 Daily.
scene. On Feb. 3 the work was by all druggists in f,f ty- ., :
the hounds. The
tribute MTwches to the start prince
j. :\. Hoc.t us, Manager.will phTiitiR; continuous and the Britannia steaming slowly cent and one-do'lar su- j
tlln.-Outin orderwl the hunt to begin, and this was through the lane of open water; linedon es. You may have a _

lr.ike regular trips beiwe: at once done. Shortly afterward the I either side by thousands of cheering sample bottle by mail Home of S..p.RooC.

jvt-ioc, I'oillt.hiR toO and master arrived and hearing; what had spectators made her way to the sea.- free also pamphlet telling you how to find '
Still In the Family.
Frp it-. I'paV8 Hiv: leu 'treet occurred ordered the hounds to l>e called M. A. DeWolfe Howe in Atlantic._ out if you have kidney or bladder. trouble. Brick Go. .
wi uf li"f-'l:IV at r a. IE- aud ar Jack My grandfather had a fine collection off and turning his back upon the Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer .t

it r-r' ep"rt lit 6 p. in. IHm" day. of silver which he bequeathed galloped off without further ado. & Co., Binghamton N. Y.
Vnve Frtfp"rt Tuesiav at 6 a. m to my father on tomlition that it,should party The Earthly Facts.A Pine Barren, Fla.
rode back Windsor Don't make but .
Prilll'eAI I'rt to any mistake remember -
and fcrme at Penu: ota! 6 p. ID. earn always loinain In the family. story told of Lord Holt, who was '

dir. Fare, round trip, $5; one way, itlu-l-Tlion you have it still? and complained to the queen who lord chief justice of England in thef'1htl'l'llth the name, Kwnmp and Root.the 1 IIIgt H
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root PARKER'SHAIR
shared his Indignation' She sent forLonll'alnwl'Stoo.
12ulmrive ; .
H; .Ttd."IIt'rlI1f uncle lIaq It. who minister century, shows what a deadly address, Kicghauuon.: N. Y., on BALSAM I ,. .
was prime .
enemy to wild superstition a sense bottle. '<=J C1-... &nil bn.it n ttit htlt I .]I".
he should every Fromuta Ituumnl frowthMover I f
and insisted that immediately -
I IOaes of fact may lx. A mm presented himself 24 Fall. to Beatore Grmy
Urpmo call the master of the buck- := Hiiir to Its Mouthful Coo I jo
Laxative A on !( -- .......
Quinine I'1l ......., to Lord Holt and said: ,1.. Cum tc p it bur lai
I week for the Nvs .. ,,
hounds to resisrn. Tile prime minister Only lOa : >it 111 iu it Pro '<'
.CoW iD nel>I),Crip mZ 1>&)1 U). /CQ'tOle ZG i replied that if this was her majesty's "A spirit came to me from the other I ,
world and told me that in your nest ,
he alternative but fa
pleasure saw no
case jou must enter a plea of nol. .. .
(dace his own resignation as well as pros."-that is, refusal to prosecute. The Star
J.A.V.\NPELT. J. C. VAN PELT. that of all his colleagues, in her bauds. Lord Holt looked at the man a moment Laundry,

The queen, therefore for the time bent and then smiled. .

VAN PELT BROTHERS : at least, had to condone" the slight "I 10 you believe that such a messageIs Biggest Busiest Best I \:
put upon her wise! for a human being to obey?' !

GARDEN STREET GROCERS, "It i h :tb "lut('." 'I
Malay Running "Amok." ".\I1l1 do you believe that the messenger -

Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of "Amok" is a religious fanaticism a had a full know lodge of the law of

madness under which a man makes up England?" They Speak ':
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES his mind to kill any' one he can until he "Yes, and of all law. By following .

himself Is killed. Drought on by drinkor this: heaven given advice you will be I

Fruits Nuts 'and all the Delicacacics of the Season. religion or from whatever cause, doing justice." ,:
the process is the same. The madman "W I'll. you tell your messenger if he for Themselves! J ..

Our Goods are Arriving Daily ind you can Always Rely on Getting the seizes his creese and rushes headlong comes again that he should have sent

down the street, cutting at one his to the attorney general.
every message; Collars
Best Freshest and Cheapest. We let the Shirt! I' $
he meets. To any one who has seen a The lord chief justice of England never '
and Curls we Launder speak for
creese or a parang further detail Is unnecessary. prosecutes, and if the spirit knew anything ( i
VAN PELT BROTHERS about the English law he would themselves They will talk louder |

Lac. we can. We want to be judged > |
A man running: amok Is as' a dog know a simple thing! like that.- | ,

TELEPHONE NO. 23J. J* J* J* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. with hydrophobia but the panic caused Youth's Companion. mote ov the work we do than by : )

by the former Is by far the worse what we sav. '. '

lake the mad dog, the madman is followed Helping Out a Port. .1
by a noisy rabble, who sooneror Shortly after the publication of Ten

Classifi (1 Advertisements.ONE later run into their man and exterminate nyson's famous poem "A Vision ofBin. ALL WORK C. 0. D. Ml CalM (for Ui DfliTfiKi Ff85, I'
him. When this vengeful rabble ." the hlUrl'lteWlIS somewhat startled I
is made tip of bloodthirsty Malays to receive from Mr. Babbage: the TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. i :;

and Chinamen Its wild rage; and fury renowned :arithmetician a letter whichran
INGKAHAM Manager. 1
are beyond control, beyond description.The as follows: "I"

CENT A WORD. clamor and blood uniting yells of Dear ST-I find In a rwntly published :..., "
I dim from pin entitled "A Visionof ..
the purouin'nn",1! : and the ever nearing your '"1 '0{
.--- Sin." the following unwarrantable : !:
; shout of "Oran amok! Oran umokl"are I f
statement: I
in< id"iits which <-an never be forgOtten 'r"f '1 1I
WANTED-50 more pupils In "Black "n%' Ty moment dies a man
MONEY TO LOAN and White." By Urn .:!tem anyone by any one who has seen or heard Every moment one Is born." I

can learn to draw anything them. The bravest I quails when suddenly I need hardly point out to you that this ;I j Roberts & Dailey, 1(3( d

tluy wish, any ?i/a. Even childrenten turning the corner of a street his calculation, if correct. would tend to keep
Oil :','reasonable terms and the sum total of the worlds population in .. .. .
old l : .
can arn. Every
years greeted with the of -Oran -DEALEKHINCHOICEST ; ;
ears are
WI,: "ui iutI.('itv.J cry a state of perpetuil equipoise whereas it .
W. UULLARD. pupil endorses it. Come in and amok! and a few yards off he sees a is a well known fact that the said sum ;
'2' S, u:1. 1'alifcx, Up. talr9. *.I-t< for in joursflf. Otis A. MilkrMudio Malay running straight; at him. brandishing total is constantly on the Increase. I )
Salisbury Huildinsr. wouM therefore take the liberty of suggtstiiH t jt STAPLE AND GROCERIES.
J. ,\. WILSON, lal1alt'r. ( in his hand the bloody creese FA.NCY i
HUm ? that in the next edition of your
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-- with whirh he has already slaughteredall
---- -- -- -- excellent poem the erroneous calculationto .
MO.K\: .1' ) LO.Xn.. Merii E.NCHAiE-Any: one wanting a in his way. whICh I refer should be corrected as 1: New FlorIda Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. ;

w : r. I."an A't'llt.lnof'Y to fiunuier home in the mountains follows: ;
ItMii ii t.a-.iiiuble raTe of interest can exchange property HI Florida Early Marriage In China. Every: moment dies a man (:J: FREHH SUPPLY OF I l(:

u: ". _. -icurity.! Olllje II 2 and or Kouth Oeoruiu for fqual valuein It Is nothing rare in China for boys And one and a sixteenth is born.

lit"-: "t': T trrl.!"n -trtt.. A-ahf-villA, N. C. Will trade up twelve to fourteen years old to marry. I may add that the exact figures are 11C7. fr;j RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS :
--- --- Intellectual development but must of be concededto If) 11.
and something course
------ up to *10.WO or le-* Otis A. Miller, Tie! physical, moral I
the lasts of meur. I have the honor to OF ALL KINDS. .
Block 1'ensjcol.i.
MUNKLKND! : on lrllpntved I Salisbury of the contracting partieshas ".1. .fr U
rial .t itt. iu larne ir small 14flmIr'Olt nothing to do with the matter. Other be sir. jours sincerely. C. BAIIIJAGaNets tZi; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
I () 'f'J
am.i :- :a* Low rate <>( iuVre considerations entirely regulate the
Cail I.. -litI":. lirouks, utlorn*}' "'A.l..J-. ;. affair. An old Chinese apliorUui says Lure Athlete ;. ROBERTS & DAILY I .;:;
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at! A* :' ,j' :". faUfox r>t Ki-.tif 1 Races through deep snow are an attractive 1MI
j FOR t t tI'. i I., 3mlm feature of winter sports in 218-220 St. East of Union I'J
the city on easy term, bj w hen the sons and daughters are marned. ,
the Fiber Real Estate Agency, The Chinese pnnnts 41.\ not care Germany and athletes who take partin :j 1' Iwne 1." f. ... lIsa .ula, I'la. j '.
'10.\1-\ tl-tjAY-It you seed lah1i11'irt. them do not alwajs fare very sue- _ !;
South PdUfox.FOli
II. .' \.U can borrow Liyati -204)g- ---- : --- to run the danger of IH.stlHtUill; the c(';;: full). iI. ='",.;.__ ..._- .. ...'...--............--- ...'._-, ... ..-.--. .,,,._. .. .,.. .. _'.-..._ ...._.. ...-.. ....::: ...4;.
.' v i W tilt iod.ty oil t'\: -utt ,, marriage of their children especiallyof "-' --------r' 3
t. The reason Is because over the ground .
,i .'. i ."w.it rates ai.J litret & their sous until after their own ,
"< > .II. .t.'i .i' mi'r"\ei city It'itl l ItKNT-Iu opera h u-H build I death. whIch the runners must cross are laid

*.t' --JI"1I1| Win. biflur, : u41' r%. it.;r on ground H.xir. one s ore and I nets with strong meshes, and as! these HALL & KLEIN

Y > I-; .. .t. lii-tl t..Uke ; sozond floor three otlice- Dliln't Seem I'niiny. are co\ered by the snow and hence are ,
f.hW 1 ( I I divisible the men's feet almost always
Little Johnny-Hint young man whoroml's
IF 1,1 1 in- .
w lit to o.niow money, L--- -
the result that
catch In them being :lra'e
500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. i
must pretty poor
>' !, to see you
injure pioptrtyi II 0
"i. :" jour i'1L.l.
instead of being won by the swiftest -
""tI.IC:,; lit title, buy or .. -- (0111(':\ny. He ham't any sense of
.'i I. 'I itate.. rnt property, lit COMMERCIAL: hOTEl4, llU In. humor. runner Is! generally won by him 1
who Is lucky enough to escape the nets I Staple and Family GroceriesSelect
1 J e' ',.t'II.! have rftilCol- teudfiifia. Everytliing new; all Sister-Why do you think so? '
1 1 I. :, 111 t.i\rs, -lid"J : inudt-rn. convmieuieModerate' Little Johnny told\ him all about or w ho suttwds freeing himself! the

1 .. .Iltrl'-S lioc.! C. \\ ';10'1 r-ttes to traiKieuta. Desirable day; the fumij wa> you rush nliout and most <]UM kly from their meshes.Kaces .
&l. :t. .j t.-i.ite and I ,- : boarder taken. 23j 1 m* bung doors when yell get in a temper, of this kind always attract Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in TiDS. ,

.\- I. i. <&r'1 i, Kla. L hargt-" I I I11 large crowds and there is n:ucti! amusement
and he didn't laugh: a bit.
u la f\tr> tlUU wli bUy" I FIRSF-CLAHS day board can be when the nets begin to get In Poultry Eggs and Country Produce .
u. W.. \\ iLL It'lh.t 111' ut'JI !lad at the ew ininierci.il: hotel their workWriters .
\ *. 8 1 it .\ 1lttY ..tM5tftflflCC."lie deadly
.. i to 'tuilil a lion** 110 liittudencu street. Popular
---------- ritf- to tra lO.IeIIt. 2:3j ln' ;:ajs he'd share his last dollar Telephone No. 358.

: .\. lit tH.' J U/"O' with m('." AVlionorkn; Are Inreml.With
.... and precision the journal -_ .
:'11,,,, "; -\i, tIE P.r.lKXK:::ManufJCrt' : Iti.artlliig Ilun. I "Yt.,=." iid the man who looks attbb clerks! of care the senate prepare the daily --- --

tit-r in Hair tfooil, I BOARDING HOUsE at Wheeler ;:-; coldly! : "but he is a man who chronicle of the senate's doings. They
Ii Hair Oil will tike precious good are never toact HOYAL STANDAHDrIlISKEY\
: Article >pnnu->, Mary E-iher, Fla.. ;Mrs. are proud of their acliie\emeiits. ntid i ..
'.\ S. OO\'CIIIIJI"I' ..tr..l, COI-don, prt'priftrtss. All the (low n to his lt dollar.Washingion 0
is of disappointment -
justly oil. it a cause sore
-XV >'1'J..O. comfort Me rate 01 Northern home at very tourists reasoua will Star. to the linkers of that: jour S Years Gld, ia: Cases of 4 Fell Quarts at S3.20 per can 4T

W'. Y )L'Nl> :MEN fn-tn I flud this an ideal place to spend a The Steal ,\rllolc.SIllicusLverjliotly nal when some thoughtless; senator .

1. 1 ."uuty 'tt oiife to pre- portion of th mou. 12nlin I says he is a oarer for the morning's b'isuie '
with the further WHISKEYi Ii' distilled i at the Jfelwn Co. .4
to su-pend
i' -U\ iQt., ill the Q ivtru- genius.C'ji.lt.
and is -
1- Ky., Distillery, fully matured in wood -
: t 't'P| }ily toi IIlA1.. I 'us-Then I gne s he micht: be. reading.; I before bottling. it is absolutely pure and not ex-

I 'I i rat.. Ctrr'4. Iii-t. ILL DIAMOND, the tailor has removed It takes genius to convince other people Other clerks around the desk enjoy I celkd in quality by any Whi key of the same age -

Ctdar 1ii.i1., Id. to ll'jj West Government that you are one.-Philadelphia the joke anti when the proceeding Is ao matter where produced. The Royal Standard

(1'S w1n street, opposite Express office, ltetortl.h1oeS\. concluded repeat in an undertone from is eight years old when bottled) and, considering

\\ \.\ I >' \trai i> -i-ou-.ut rll.1r.1 wr'ere he is prepared: to clean rePair man to nun: t its excellent quality, is tbe cheapest whiskey io .
:\ i -i'n.Ij, reputation in and press !ladies and 'mtlt.mpn are lite! rg;z's.. It is impossible "Another insult"-Washington Post. the market at that price. As a beverage, and as 4

.1.t 't 1. in this l'ulIlltft.qulftd) -' t"llor madest"ts. lt>]3.n to tell wbat's in them until they are an absolutely pnre stimulant, there li none better. 4

.-,nt and ad\-rti e old e-- broken.A She Wouldn't Make Trouble. Chipped in cases containing no marks whatever to .. i I
1 It.% I I 'i liC lIai1CIlP. __ indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining ; :.
elwfilihy: business ln>u-e - She was not one of these trouble
tinuici.ll sUnJin hahry AN YOE want log bored wells. Thousand Dollar Thrown Awiy. making women. In fact, she had the the whiskey is not pati-fled with the quality be .' i 1
L_I w, l with; addtainl can return the same at our expense and money .
ti '. kly txpt-u-fs feLce posts or anything tbe grocery Mr. W. W. Baker, of PJainview, greatest contempt for people of that will be refunded. '
all. d ivatbie in ca'h or dry goods \line will do
di, from head ": wife had lung kind. She said so herself. : All orders should be accompanied by either jcaUtDCY )
\Iy -
Wedufsdty wi-ely before purchasing to !ee! D. Neb., writes: .
"I "And she spoke of you. too. she said ;:ZICMTYA0L5 postoffice money order bank draft or express ,
.5 lIor. and > furS
-" carrujt M. Merritt. Olive Fla. We
JI71m fifteen
trouble for over ;jears. call she had 75b Cs order. We refer
I. 1 W h'ti lit Cp.S HRpler.- In telling. a friend of a money to First National .- '.
n i- Ifl.e petf.addre&sed tried a number of doctors and spent made. Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.
.nL I-fl- H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker 315
l'lIloLhl VICaxt..n 8i>nih Palafox street. Re covering over a thousand dollars without any "What did she say?" .J.

-R j'-.C il'llr" 9'l-t. w and repairing of umbrella and relief. She was very low and I lost "Oh. I'd rather not tell you dear. .- S. A. FRIEDMAN. ; ;

\\ :\ ''E. '.. Mm i to iraru bj b.?r parasols a -pecialty. Silk covers all hope when a friend suggested!! There's no use making trouble, you : ,. .
alwuv on h>nd. jan 3 ." <:hicago I'ost. -
l' ; =, ilipl mi-, ro"" .Ot:8' trying Foley's! Honey and Tar POL PROPRIETOR, PK\BAtoLA FLA. :

gIV.I r ..lIntf -. StIS.1I I C.n'nl.1 (' ..t which I did ; and thanks to this py
.p U
IJi.rt-d I : by our icethods of ...... ......... III" from: the Cookbook.
great remedy it saved her life. She like tie p. O. nc.xIIH.. 1I:1I'HOS.; 170
.>" H--. -xji-rt" i:,-1111(5i'l CiRXIVAL UVit TUMEo'-In'vPI.: Mrs. New Weil-You don't
(' I, in >i ft I I,!-e. Is stronger and enpys better health Harry? VVhjI made them
'tU'4: I s>ilk! --"aim and other mate dan'plings. .,gsn_,_ ttCACRIrOMAJ
!1 !' i l'" t''' 12> C.rolll liiK cm b.. r<-iitf>dat Mr*. E D. than she has ever known in ten from Mrs. Scorer's cook book. :--' t I '
e ; S. w Orle.it.s, Li I Nord-mmm's Millinery\ Store. Al year We shall never be without Mr New Wed-Well my dear the -' -- g-i handle every class) ( of I..lq11r.rl! polcf Ja '

h.k<. Falsa .r\o'P"! Wia and I Foley's Honey and Tar and would book itself may lie very palatable but I ; bulk <)r bottle, wholesale or retail, I.t prices that

"llH kn'd-of f uipty b'tr Hai: Goo at (\.11 Fat late:}- ak those afflicted to try it." W. A. mut have boon helped to a p'I.1of! are way down.

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CONFIRMED A number of members were gathered .

about the grate in the Democratic [ wiiiit 1 I BE
luwork in the even U'tLe slrongtttt 1.1.11- 41Wednesday cloakroom discussing the trials and Itching Scaly and Crusted WHO IGCIS

went ID favor of COD LnI>:" Baking low.der the senate confirmed tribulations of a congressman's life. i ,

'I h18 Btatrnicc: every touse-tcrptr van Cnder the head of "Are the Services a
the nomination of Hon. W. If;.Sheppard With Loss of Hair YET A SECRET .
Renders His Constituents
verify for licrself. The fact that it makes the
as a successor tbe late Hors .
Properly Appreciated?" Judge Miers, .
beet Ll8CUlt,waml'!, fits and\:111..01.1 w'hi ft cxn
Jobn Eagan. Friends of Mr. Sheppard :, who represents the Second Indiana district Bur EVERYONE KNOWS ABOUT THE

bcauldluTralii Loads say that the printed reports of said: Speedily Cured by Cuticura

him opposing the former district attorney "It takes a campaign to find out your

friends and the who and Ointment ODD AND END
Richmond Virgin- f are totally false; that Mr. loyal favors. There .are ones many surprises appreciate Soap SALE

pN/N.N.lNI ............. Sheppard had always been an ardent in the number of ingrates and always -

supporter of Mr. Eijan and people who challenge a man's motives.I When Every Other Remedy and and who are selling SHOES at such RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICE,

the Etitement that; he had been recall aif instance where an ei-soldier

i SOCIAL ECHOES i charged with pension wrongs is importuned me repeatedly to give his Physicians Fail. A Few of the Many Good Values we Have :

pension claim special attention. I did

...........>......,...,*. wholly and unequivocally untrue, BO. went to the department time aftertime
$3.00 Ladies' Welt shoes
lace button
and were only reported to injure Warm shampoos with Cutlcnra Soap or $j. 1
This evening at 7:30 o'clock the annual examined the files and put a personal

meeting of the Sons of the American his candidacy. statement on file commending'hiswitnesses I and light dressings of Cuticura, the $2.00 Ladies' Pat Up French heel._-:..._..... .. .$1.C

Revolution will be held at the and urging prompt and favorable great skin cure, at once stop falling

residence of Judge Jno. C. Avery. The i NEGRO STOLE AN action. hair,remove crusts,scales and dandruff, $1. 75 Ladies'bztiton, extension sole_......... 1.2)

members are invited to partake of a ANGORA RABBIT. "After four personal calls at the de- soothe irritated, itching surfaces, destroy ;- .91.n5 Ladies' common sense

gumbo supper after the business ses partment his case was adjudicated And hair parasites, stimulate the hair

sion. Jerry Coleman, colored was arrested an increase granted, with about $000 follicles, loosen the scalp skin, supplythe $3.50 Men's shoes, all kinds. .._.. $?.;G

at 2:30 this afternoon for stealing arrears. When election time came rooti with energy and nourish-

The many friends- of Miss LoUie I an Angoria rabbit from King'sdairy. around be said that I had done a good ment, and make the hair grow upon a $3.OO.Afen's patent enamel .. ...._.. .._.._.._. ._. 32.41

Flinn will be glad to learn that she I deal for !him but that I did it to get !his I sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when $?.50 .AI en's patent leather ._ .. .__.._...._. $l.Si
The negro was caught by Deputy vote, and went around challenging my all else fails.Millions .

t is serious able to illness.be out again after her long i Marshal Saunders and Sepcial Officer sincerity. He declared that he would of the world's best people $2. 00 Men's lace or congress, 4 styles....._.._ SI.49

Ray, and is the same one who not vote for me, that his tote could not use Cuticura Soap,assisted by Cuticura .. .. .. .. .. .. -""
be scoured that
way. Ointment, the great skin cure, for -
Mrs. A. J. Lippitt and son Moreno :,, some months ago stole a check from "I am glad to say, however that such preserving
I purifying and beautifying the
r Nlhan)', Ga., arrived yesterday to II I Capt. Aiken. lie was not prosecuted II I instances are rare in Indiana. Upon the skin, for cleansing th f scalp of crusts, MEYER SHOE CO
".:;it her brother and siatc-r. Hon. C.M. I whole the people are generous and appreciate ,
I for that crime as the money was paid the work of scales and dandruff, and the stoppingof
their rt'prcsenta'tives
Jones during
Jones and Miss Fannie -
back. ." filling hair, for softening, whiten- Feet Furnishers for Cash Only.
the carnival festivities.
ing and soothing red, rough and sore I

i SUNDAY HOURS \\.J6 For the President. hands, for baby rashes, itchiugs and 102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.D. .

The German will be danced this The of labor has firm chafing?, in the form of baths for annoying .. .. .. . .. --
dignity a
irritations and inflammations,
evening at the Escambia. holder in a colored woman at Oyster
or too free or offensive perspiration, in
Bay, Long Island where President the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses HALE WILSON
Dr. and Mrs. Kilpatrick left Wed Monday, Feb. 23, will be a holidayin Roosevelt has his home. This woman is and many antiseptic purposes ,

nesday night for the doctors new station the postoffice and Sunday hours nearly eighty years old and has been which readily suggest themselves to
the lloosevelts laundress for fyomen, as well as for all the
in Manilla. They will leave their will be observed. This is because the many purposesof Real Estate and Rental
the toilet bath and
years, and as Mr. Roosevelt has nursery. Cuti- Agent
little daughter in Virginia until their cura Soap combines in one at
regular national holiday falls on Sun climbed the political ladder her pricesfor soap one ,
return. price the best skin and
The washing have risen step by step, so complexion 13-; South l-alafux'Street
day. employes and the postmaster soap and the best toilet bath and ,
This charming couple have won
that now they have gone beyond the
friends will, with hundreds of other soap in the world. TELEPHONE r\0. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
many during their stay at Ba- Complete: treatment for every hu

rancas post and their delightful hospitality loyal subjects, do homage to Priscus. mour, consisting of Cuticura Soap, to .

has been enjoyed by many cleanse the skin, Cuticura Ointment

t Pensacolians, who wish them a safe THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL heal the skin, and Cuticura Pills, to ...SPECIAL SALE...
k cool the blood, may now be had for
:t journey and happiness in their new one dollar. A single set is often sufficient -AT-

residences. FORECAST-Rain, to-night and to care the most torturing,disfiguring
Saturday,fresh north winds. itching, burning and scaly hu-
j mours, eczemas, rashes and irritations,
t >r The ladies of the First Baptist Temperature in Last 24 Hours: from infancy to age,when all else fails.
church Rive a reception this afternoon BRAWNER'S
t Maximum,________.. Sudegrees -- -- Ilion
and evening at the church parlors. to Clean Ivory Ornnnirntx.Place .
Minimum____,___dagraiM ,
Their friends are cordially invited. j: the articles in cold water and

Elsewhere lit them stand for twenty-four h- .
y Temperature : 'ur;;
k r Then remove from the water and I.iy To make room for my Immense Stock of Spring
Mrs 11. A. Erosnahani expects to Mln. Max.
Atlanta_ __ .____ HBlsniarck 4:1 them on Mine i!salt soft rag but di,
,- visit Mrs. Chipley R. Lelzc at her ____._._-ft! -IS I A nut wipe them. Dry la the open air by Goods, which is now Arriving Daily.

home in Atlanta during the coming Chicago ___ _.-___?.. 0 II f 4 4t a hulow and blowout any water that

t. month. I Cincinnati ___-.2 2UGalvestoa t remains in the earring, fur if watt isnllu"li
3000 of 79 SoftFinishedBleached 30 doz Men's All Wool
yard I I, Red Under
__ ._ .____41 ul to stand the it discolors
? ? ou ivory
I+ Domestic, worth 6c, to shirts, worth $1, special 75c; drawersto
a Mrs. Ileintz, Miss Lillie Hc-intz and Uuron-. I liI / nil{ fl f lal''AsiI it. make room, at .J},yard. match.
I Jacksonville_____.42: 50 ;
t Miss l.auraIHsersmith of It'iffalo.! N. : 3000 yards Fitchville .J.J Bleached 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
| Kansas City__ ____-l 26 A nit ..f Traieri. Wit.
Y, are the charming guests of Miss :; Key West ._____ G&i 70 I 1 Among the mauy stories told of the Domestic, worth 9., to make room, 9Sc Day each.Skirts, worth f 1.50, special sale

Isabel Quina at her home on North Memphis _._?_.___.?_.?__ li) 3:: jil I ter'p Inimitable William 1L Travers is the at 7c yard. Ladies'\ Rcady-to-Wear Rainy-
1'alfa.x street. II Mobile-___..______g| 3J:! 2500; yard Lonsdale and Fruit 4-4 Skirts
Day all
following: guaranteed wool,
; Montgomery ______ !)i 4S Bleached Domestic, worth lOa to
Iip' -- A New York clubman whose reputation worth f 4, special sale $2.13 each.
New Orleans.._ _.__44 {4 make room at S}..c yard.
_ i ? 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
i. :Mr. Chipley U. Lee of Atlanta U as a conceited and insufferablebore
Sew York._.____ __ 02 18 10,000 yards 4.4 Unbleached Domestic Worsted Skirts, worth \1.60 special
; I t' the guest of Mrs. C. R.. Whiting. His Savannah ___ SI\ 4t was a byword was attempting to worth 6c, to make room, at sale 9rfc each. !
i s. r sisters the :Misses Letz are the guests st. Louis ____ e aj 1 impress a group of men as being a society 4c. yard. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured

; i tlf Mrs. W. D. Chipley, they will remain pet"What 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand Sheeting Skirts, worth f_ 50 to {6, special
to enjoy tine carnival and otherfestivities. 1Si4l' a hospitable fellow Blank is worth ISc, to make room, at 13: sale $1.98 to$193 each.
tl he said naming one"of New York's yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool! Camel's
, hu MARITIME. cleverest men. "I dropped In on him 1000 yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached Hair Undershirt, worth UW,8pec-

< : the other night and he and his wife Sheetihg, worth SSigC.to make room, ial{1; drawers to match, in White,
. ; fairly insisted that I stay for dinner. at 18'.'c yard. Red and Fawn colors.

Such a time as 1 had getting away! 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed
: THIEVING A RlltVEJt.r >' J 750 yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined Undershirts
{ John sch KvacJiie. : ;Collins, Tampico to Why. when I started to leave: they I I Shooting:, worth tic, to make room, 25c;drawers to match. at

scti.Merritt.i Clara L Dyer CoFir T.I, Coe, Kuatan to came right out lu the hall and backed I. at .03: yard.Remember. 21 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray and
i mater up against the front door." I we carry a fall line ofBoys' Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c
: OPERATIONS Ital bit Oregarlo,N90,Oilvarl Tenerlfle to "I CHARGE JUST THREE TIMES TIIAT." '
"After out?
rat 1 master you'd g-g-gone InquiredTravers Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match.

CLEARED.DanbktnFrwlensborq,2B1. reach of Oyster Bay f''sidl'ntew prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of-Ladies',
'Ii"t f Kirby by H York paper has this story to tell of a 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck I Mpn'and Boy's and Girls' Shoes
t It 'I Bars valued Co for at :1.50kl Dakar l lj with :!:!i'.IIJO aft lumbt visitor who wanted some work done: A Witty Pauper. Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; I that we ran save you 2oc on.
Deputy Marshal Saunders and While walking through an old street drawers to match. I I I Remember-We a full line
t: j Am tug HoriUa"I, Ferguson by master '''Well I don't know missis she said. carry
spe-j I I far tiahrstonAm In Stuttgart recently a man found a 60 doz Mews Fleeced Lined Undershirts !''of Men's Clothing Bougnt at Silt on
: ial Officer Kay early this morning |1 I .. "You know wash for the )" '
s liorntbv :!u, McDonald, bmas president .1 I worth oOc
purse, and thinking that it might con- special 30c; tollar. We will deco them out at
ie'I'I rested John Jon and tr for S'york,,.ltb :I"OU ton coal "Yes, I know it," I replied "but eau't draWfof1 to ma teh. '
; I s HonryVil1,! Nor hk Munter.Jufll.Mlbv \V PkcvserACo tain something valuable, he stuck it I Ii 1-' /; price off other merchants.:

i Hams, colored! of the northeasternpart valued for menus at fVTii Ayres,with 6illuus ft lumber! you wash fur we also'"I hastily in his pocket and hurried home.
I suppose I ran she answered "but
Ire examined it then and was disgusted -
:' of the city as dangerous and suspicious :I 1[ get pretty good money for my work. to find that it contained nrth- : We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress
Yause I do the wash. What
I,>I (' lara't<'r3. On account of the THE MARKETS. Ing except these four lings In Germanon
do you want to pay? Goods at New York Wholesale
a slip of paper:
f;, inability to secure witnesses the case I named a sum such as is regularly
,',' When you find this purse refrain from :
,!F was allowed to go over until tomor charged.Alice Joy;
! looked at me in disgust and for I'll tell you why In a minuteI PATTERNS.
1 1.i : row. COTTON REPORT. the first time paused from her work only threw It away because

i[ On February 7th these negroes, following and drew hl'rselfIi to her full height I hadn't a cent to put In It. RemEmber it; r*,
F. Eo
;II i'p a series of nightly depredations Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. "\\"(>11," she said in a tone of disdain BRA WNER
If ,
"I charge just three times
i :: << went to the chicken roost of Lowe & Co. the The Doctors
you wants your wash done by same
io5 S. Palafox St.A
;1J a family living on Stmldart avenue Spots. woman that does the president's 1 reckon .

i and appropriated the fine fat fowls. i Good liddling..9 5-8 you've got to have the money to -
J I pay for it. I don't do any common
Strict l\liddling..9 1-2 Severe Cold for Three Monthi.

...i They left behind them some belongings Middling .. .... ...... ...... ....9 381 wash: And with the last scornful sen fine The following letter from A. J. SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER "II 1
; which finally resulted in their tl'neelil'e went back to her work, and ComingThree
Strict Low l\lIddling..8 316 Nnsbaum! of Batesville, Ind., tells RATES FOR
I all negotiations were off. .' ST. ANDREWS
Its own story: 1 suffered for three
; arrest and the recovery of four of the Low l\liddling..8 7.8
months with a severe cold. A drug I I
: '1 stolen fowls. These have boon return- Tone Hteady. 1 Ileaaon For Endurance. gist prepared me some medicine, LINE.

...UTCIU and a physician prescribed for me,
i d to the rightful
J. Pit-rpont Morgan's failure to secure I Month's Services Given
I March .. .. .... ...... .... .. .... ...9.83 I yet I did not improve. I then triedFoley's
Citizens of the East Hill settlement control of the London electric railways I and Tar and The Pensacola St. and
t i May..... ...... ....... ... .........9.85 has caused much satisfied comment Free to All Invalids Who doses cured Honey me." Refuse,substitutes.! eight Gulf Steamship Company, Andrews has! fixed
! + have been large losers by the workings
-- among the British.An W. A. D'Alemberte. the following schedule and rates! to
of a gang of negro thieves and it NAVAL 810Ut3 HAUKKT. American who thought that the Call Before March 21st. apply between Penaacola and the
London Tables of quality for the points named :
of Morgnnizinc street cars
is erected that the arrest Jones an.lt
imported Daily for The New. bj would be a most progressive! undertaking A staff of eminent physicians and sur Dining room library hall SCHEDULE.
t \\llliams will put a stop to these loss Union Naval Store Co geonsfromthe Red Croa Medical Institute I ,
talked in reference to the matter '
and parlor at Marston 9'Quina's. Hteamer Tarpon will leave Pensa
t es. K08UII. with a British barrister. will. at the urgent solicitation of a large
:. I number of patient under their care In this ,, cola every Tuesday night at 8JO
.t There has been obtained an abundance WW ___rt 25 H_ __12 toWG In the argument which ensued tbe country,established a permanent branch o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile -
____._ 315 G____ American said: train
: oi I I and the P. & A. accommodation -
i of the Institute In thUcity.
. of evidence against the pair. "When Mr. to bear Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon'fi. I I
.It .13t5 _____ p5M Morgan proposed The eminent gentlemen have decided to train. This! will enable a
5 ___ 343 1n__ 1115 the expense for the illumination of St. give their services entirely free for three person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m.,

' : TETANUS FROM [ ___ :$ ::!) D__ 11uL Paul's ly electricity, you permittedhim months (medicine excepted) to all Invalid make close! connection at Pensacoli!
I I -___ J l\J Cepslow__ {(j8rIJUT. to do so and made no jtxtion." who call upou them for treatment between', F.&A. )1. and reach! Bt. Andrews the next
VACCINATION.A Tn rmTiii_tobld. morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER.
-Yes, answered the lawyer shakinghis now and March 21st. These.ervice. consist Regular communicationof

TO CURE A COLD I!* ONE DAY head ruefully, "and how true it is not only of consultation, elimination Pensacola Lodge No. 42, RATES
A little child of Mr. and Mrs. Harry that St Paul's has been named after and advice but also of minor surgical oper- A F. & A. M., at 7:30 p. m.,
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets ations. The object in pursuing this Thursday Feb 19. The passenger rate from Pensacoli
course ,
the of the
greatest martyr
Kahn lies seriously ill at the home of This signature Jfmi L on every become and I brethren will be as follows:
is rapidly
personally acquainted Visiting are cordially -
boxC. II'H church who could and did endure all To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
its parents in this city from tetanus, with the sick and articled,ana nn Invited
things for the sake of his religion. I
points $6 00 round
You home der no conditions will any charge whatever B. C. TCNISON, W. M. ; trip tlO.
can get
brought on by vaccination. Drs. Ren- your To Apalachicola and CarrabeIle-
be made for any.en-ioeerenderedfor three T. H. FLEETWOOD, Bee.
haw and Cravey are treating the furnished complete with PIANO DRAWINC PENSACOLA month. to all who call before March 21st. $3 50; round trip |15.
These fares include firatclancabin
The doctor treat all forma of disease ana
elegan furniture at Mar'
child and today applied the latest an and NOTICE.Staff stateroom and meals.
ston Sf Quina's on easy CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION deformities undertake.guarantee At the cure In every Further information can be secured
ti-tetanus scrum scientific treatment, pay- caae theY first interview members of Naomi Rebeeca
ments weekly or monthly. a thorough examination U made, and lodge No. 10 are requested to attend by applying at the company's office
with other modes of professional ser- in the Tbiesen building.adgia'5 .
It Incurable you are frankly and kindly toldso oractice tomorrow Wednesday at

T ce. The child seems to have caught NOTICE. The drawing for the piano will ;alto advised against spending money for 7:30 p. m. sharp.
useless treatment. CHAS. FBIEDKICKSEX
after the take place at the Jesse French Piano ,
cold vaccination
female Me $cst for 4f'
Mr. Chas. LeBaron desires all theyoung' Male and weakness catarrh and Captain. ,
Go's Monday Feb. 23d at 6 catarrhal deafness; also varlcocele,

m. rupture
men who are to have positions p. ,goitre,cancer and all diseases of thereet.im. ----________ _.. 'h._ _. .________ __
Hot'Frenoh Waffles with the floats and every Monday until the piano is
on to call at his .are positively cured by their new

Florida Cane Syrup aiolomon's t place of business and try on their disposed of.PEKSACOLA. treatment. Larative Bmo!: Jse A on tweNC4KtaGWloOoe
costume CARNIVAL Asso'K.15feb5t Their chief associate torgeon of the institute J'L
will be in personal charge. q. Oil/ boy.ZSc



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