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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 7, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
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Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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,/0t..39. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA SATURDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 7, 1903 NO 25 !!P., !, i'. lr.'i
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RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. THE CARNIVAL COURnNDED ,1 f\1'' ''r r"t h. .4.;.\

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Congressman Geo. H. White's Case.A THE NAVY DEPARTMENT GIVES SENTENCE OF MOST OF THOSE Or.i. MidiOY. .'I"'i.!.1:, ::"_,'t ;i'l',


Sculptress Cured. -; '. :'" .

OF THE BIG VESSELS. TO BE FIXED MONDAY. 1' ,,0,, i ,1 I f ... .. :t:,'.

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"Only those "who have suffered with I (;tail correspondence of the New Five persons were sentenced to SO t l ?
11 grippe and been cured can appreciate =- i

:! 142; ii iiv IQwrat nedicmo: eiul as Peruua I feel hat has such been a} good Orleans; information Picayune relative contains to Pens some:!- days vagrancy at hard and labor the this court morniug was then for qalKI" 1i : 1 ,: ';;i

. Mrs.C.the door Covet of every suffering i'l'lentlit.\\'y cola and her Carnival. adjourned until Monday at 10 a. m., ,I.' .<' 1 1I.

It is not a matter of doubt now when all those who have been con- .
fl \ \otcd Sculptress Cured of POWDERAbsolutely TL'!:
.. :Sirs.: that warships will be here in factit victed or have pleaded: guilty at the >t
JI. C. Cooper, of the Royal lead
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.' v -a emy of Arts, of London, England: now I has never been more certain that term will be sentenced.A I Pure, ..j 1. .. '

.1;-; .,.. .,,... the residing in Washington, 1). C., is one of the most formidable of Heels will number of white and black men THERE SUBSTITUTE A'fi"t' i;'
I greatest living sculptors and painters 1-

.. : of tho orld. She says: i assemble* here. The smaller vessels have: pleaded: guilty rather than ., .. .' "

"'I "I take pleasure in recommending Te- will perhaps be distributed at the trying to prove innocence. They -- - -- -j_ --- .,' '
runa for catarrh and la. I have '
't ; J t suffered for months, and grippe.after the use of other gulf ports, where water of insufficient were afraid of Mr. Parkhill. FOR THE LITTLE ONES. V .: : :. a;'

BRia.1.4:.I for battleships is The most in -4 .
one bottle of Teruna.I am entirely we li.n depth important prisoner "
I How Discovered He Was Miss .j ,
a Dog
-Mrs. M. C. Cooper.D. ,
available.The the bunch is the black thief, Will
4 LT L. Wallace, a charter member of taken In His Friend. ..I. r
of the squadron has Brown who answered infor '
\ : the International Earber's Union,writes make-up seven When :Mr. Wood, the EnglisH! : :.Jf

I. from 15 Western avenue, Minneapolis, already been printed, but those that mations, each of which was for bur sculptor, was living in Home, he had if )

'. : Minn.: will come to Pensacok:, will probablybe glary. Brown sat in court one day a noble Scotch deerhound named j '.1 ; :..
Ii 4 Following a severe attack of la .
.. I seemed to be affected badly all over. the Kearsage, Indiana and Mas- and attentively watched Capt. Park- Eric. This dog formed a friendship ;: :.t i'"

t4Ii ( "One of my customers: who was greatly sachusetts. The Texas will, it is be- bill flay transgressors. He saw thatit with a fine large Trench dog belong 'I r' 1 'f ,;-

.. helped by Teruna advised me to try it, ing to an artist. The two used to i< :: l' '..:
tl f lieved, be ordered to New Orleans; was useless for him to try and get
IIH 1- Ef) and I procured a bottle the same day. I I run and leap together, and Eric I I

Ii Now my head is clear my nerves are the Scorpion: to Natchez; the Ala outof his wicked work, so he decided would occasionally bring his friend I ;f' I ; r

t1H steady, I enjoy food and rest well Fe- bama to Fort Morgan: leaving three the easiest way was to plead guilty. to the studio, where he was always ;,:' ,; ''

t. runa has been worth a dollar a. dose to I Ime.T invited in and treated r. ',
monitors. and three battleships to be This session was a short one. hospitably. ,
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14 >. L. Wallace. (I,
Sometimes the French would i '.
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of the
Lieutenant Clarice Hunt, of the Salt disposed of. Neither '
c ,. An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. come to the studio door and wait for !.::..t'i :: ,:
Lake City Birrack-i of the Salvation ships carry less than 450: men, and "
Eric frolic takeawalk with him.
.. Army, writes from Ogden, Utah: ome time ago my daughter to or ,
H the monitors, 300 men; so that, it One day }lr. \\ood was returning k'
"Two months ago I w a-i suffering withso caught severe! cold. She complain 'H ; ;

Ii I severe a.cold that could hardly speak. may be readily seen that Pensaco- ed of pains in her chest and had a home from Ins studio, accompanied f' ;''l.i':

Our captain advised me to try IV- will in by the two dogs. {:suddenly there was: -1-1
,, I t s \ x2tt la's pageant for this year :. bad cough. I gave her Chamberlam's : : ,
T runa and procured a bottle for me, and a great (commotion. A mob of dogs :, '. *
: that of two Cough Remedy according to
E truly it worked wonders. Within two every way equal years '
the friends and '
had: attacked two '
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directions and in two she
: weeks I ell." ClariceUunt. naval days was .
was entirely w ago which was the largest '
I, well atfd able to go to school. I there was a battle royal.. It seemed I .;
.' I display en American soil with the haJ made ,
as if the Itonun canines a .
have used this in
t' Congressman White's letter.Tarboro remedy my familyfor t .
,I r single:! exception of the Dewy recept- the past seven years and have conspiracy: against the foreign dogs; ., .: I
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Gentlemen:-/ am more than satisfIed ion iuew' York upon his return never know it t/\ fail," says James The comlict raged for some time, tt i

: :.ic l with Peruna and find it to be an from the Prenderga, merchant. Anmto hay, but victory was apparently dcclar- I : i'i" ,
fi ..t : excellent remedy for the grip and ca- Philippines.The Jamaica, \\'et India Islands. Tile ing itself for the two when tho iJJ 1 r' ::1

t tui'i11; I tarrh. 1 have used it in my family dispatch from the Picayuneof pains, in the thirst indicated an approaching Trench dog slunk away and I loft Eric *! vj. .i I.1-!: }
IiH I and they a!! join me In recommending attack of pneumonia, ,
Il ; HIS is follows lini-h ) This tho '.
the battle alone.
; cs.Zl'I I""k, I it yesterday as : to ::
excellent which this
H: es an remedy.George in instance was undoubtedly '
''!. '. 1) [ H. White, Member of Congress. "If, in theopinionof the Navy Department warded olf by Chimber- plucky Briton cheerfully did' and r.. .; ..

.. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. N Mrs T. V,*. Collins Treasurer Independent > lain's Cough! Remedy. It counter- went !home in a calm and modest :
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fatal Order of Good Templars, of manner to have his: wounds:: washed. t I;
T .V :,-ii'I:. :- ,.Icinio!. catarrh. It clutched us In its ('la.
.J.JJ .r ... women, children,whole to\>nand.cities medicine dealers.
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"AfUr '
having a severe attack of la Mardi Gras week, the battleship Ill Trench called usual at tho !
---- dog as :
.':'1" '! ..r I' ':, i- : rant! the aristocrat: are 'ftuIM in tho baneful grip of a terrible I continued in t
feeble condition
grippe a New Orleans and studio could induce Eric to $ "
will nothing
inois visit
r, t'" classes and the m'Ju:('r. even after the doctors called me cured. FUNERAL HAS -
,. .. take the smallest notice of him. 'J
"' a. vi' MI'' j 11 to I 11 rippl!. lY-'n-aa for Grin. My blood seemed poisoned. Pi-runa participate in the Carnival exercises. '
. Mr. Wood coaxed and scolded and 1 :.
s; : ; t-. :l 2r..HaI.-. cured Mrs. T. W. Collins. .
me. draws
the Texas .
Otherwise ,
11.' y i i i'. .HI'! Or, rather, has Mr*. TheopVlf Rrtumtt, wife of the If you do not derive prompt and satis- BEEN POSTPONEDRev. : finally brought the Trench dog up H. ;
I:\-:So.*"*tiry of the (oTiiian Consulate, less water will represent the Gov- 't !'
t .: t > I i' Gap L, veil nimfd.i factory results from tho use of Peruna, close to Eric, patting and caressing i ,

..' .i i f: /1.11! term, la grille, ( rites the f ,11.\h;.; K-tt-r from 3117 writ at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving a. ernment. An official of the Bureauof him. All in \ain. Eric would not 1 9 t.J. 1''t'

1 ". .I. '!'v the' l.u-y AincnAVitliout I Wab: *h avenue, 01.11ru: II!.: full statement of jour case and he will Navigation, when asked this afternoon Jesse!; R. Bicknell failed to even turn his Lead toward the recre :';:t 1 ,

.. iatvnJin "I -'t'r, :'id t'l.s v.ufirvi"a: : a sevrreatt be pleased to give you: his valuable advice II ant. S'II 2. '. "1>

I : \>,>rl hall kern coined: -<.:k IIi !,. .,: T, '. Arter \.1; : three gratis.: concerning the movementof arrive this morning and the funeralof His l behavior said plainly enough l ,; I! t'' '
I ., the I oJ I fund the had'dn Address Dr. ITartman President of fleet the West Indies, Mrs. Scott h been .'
1 ('a-f' \; If Mwitlei V-: : : grip the now in IS postponed until j
had mistaken in thoFrenchman'
that lIe been
ti It .-I", "" The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O ,
: w a\\ fulin'ha; !: 'f f
afternoon o'clock.
-- replied : Sunday at 3 character as an officer : :

"On Feb. 20, thefleet will cruise in Rev. Bicknell missed railroad con lint! a gentleman. Out of
ufiuluitnu [ R RCC1DENTR1DISCOVERY f way, they could nut refuse me. Shrive against at i It it"lie heei wall.:leel familiar.ILe moment Taking I leibLcd out the Gulf of Mexico! and individual nections, arriving at 12:10 o'clock tion for their old
would not turn and rend con5lcra'J'J
tile. fathtr. Father Vost drawing which I always vessels will visit various cities, including this afternoon.
'CIi\e I fiid! 'and he inuit decline all
me your nir.e. kept in my leather ca'u for papers.. I
Pensacola, Mobile, Galveston Other than the change in the funeral -
And this line of :
: Ir: ,U J even if I cr.n't rit mt jour murder I compared tie two. They COrI'l''l'untloJeX:1etIY' 'oure. 'oJ

1'i'"'TS ani:eit aluavs! eliseweredrin may at least Inn; ?;: 11\ out the puiiish- New Orleans and Natchez. At day, there will be no change in pursued ever .-Youth'rfCompanion. .'l f

:, J.:.... I1lo'tinJl'I accident gives meat of your nnml.'rtrs.' Going downstairs, 1 counted twenty the end of February the fleet will re- the original plans as printed herein fJ t. ,r. l'
: ] lp Should I repeal the sliphti; t cir- ;;1 ,r
from the front door to the '
steps : assemble. The for March .
I'T .twenty jo.irs I haw been a (!(> ('um"tua'e you, t'.o, \\iull be put sidewalk six. At last I had stumbledby itinerary yesterday.The On, It Is the Life For Mel .,n i ;
',"tt: :S. Lam theui. been and I am unable remains in the "Oh. I love country lifo" 'jl;
'I after i .rit 'reil the pro1 wLae you t'amot: accident on the room of the murder. has not arranged; were placed a '
: ,..,' EuiJ a buy with vigor rfe! ; "t : t
r.t; lI Vust. a Kdiuan Catholic! 1 arrived his i-Hifession and gave The wily murderer had drawn Father to say whether or not any of elegant casket this morning and "Love to toss tlie hay around f 1 A!
|'r: "*, o'." of whose tie'k I was! callttlUay hm! al!! back Spreading
Post out of the city and to upon ;
New Or- .
the vessels will be sent to quite a number of devoted ones have .t.
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into I the that ride the
," his study and told me was studying roam a block o* his house, returning by Love to U(>on load :
tV; "i\uiir: m'.ght know It :\ aill. There was an the circuitous route.I leans to be docked. That matter will called and looked upon the familiar Slowly oer the; turnpike road; i if
same .
ll ir the elrlvej- haw and gee .r
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'iit I am a!>out to narrate hap- open fiii'place. with a mantel such a-> succeeded in getting thl!' name of be left in the hands of the commander features-so cold and still in death. As he's born a.longolth me, .t..
P'd .:!H nltfjt.! I know nothing about was used H>") or'J'i'J years ago. 1 fixed the tenant on the date of the murder While the oxen understand I t' '1

'-\I' 'JJU tine or the makings of the the I'lMihMKA 1;; In 1:1) mud! and made a and hunted up people who had lived in of the fleet. On every side are handsome flow JUght and left of the command i IJ.
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t\tl"a:i :, mn;e I Rive the Information to tried to find !'unloth'r special mark Bald this boy from care so free : : .
but as It was very short-only three Orleans, I think it quite likely that of every description, and entwined .. I...
: >.1 about thin bat there notlilngelse Whistling as he went along. _
4 a yuu can make what use of It room was months-they did not remember much j 1
"o tl.: ': luojxr. It was about 11 uuusiul. I left the man prostrated she will be the ship designated to throughout are greens and palms. Turning It Into a sung t
abnt it.. One daywhen was examining As he strode adown the lane ; fit't j
*: I'k, I'':.11, who had been up later and was driven Iior:e, as I had come, lime room, hoping I might find some visit there again during Mardi Gras. Beautiful white flowers form the After trine that homeward came; I,', .' '1" t

J'..!:. tin..illsithv; a rick iMirtshiouwilf over pavement, dirt road and pavement concealed message from the murdered However this will the largest part of the collection. For the milking hour was near {i'Jo .
upon hens and chanticleer
When the : i
NT !IJ.ln and was preparing for lignin man, a workman engaged there handed f to I ;

:ti Rh. servant came to my room Father Voct w eat to a desk took out me a bit of paper which he said had depth of water at the mouth of the TO CURE A COLD IX O.NK DAY Gather For their round feed,the at barnyard that time due.too ": ., _; -?; ,

.'J '.::'' that a carriage was waiting the drawing and Landed it to me.I fallen from behind the mantel when It river. If there is not sufficient! water Take Laxative Kromo Quinine Tablets All -Emellne A. Wilson, In. .Brooklj. Eagle. t t .. ..t ,;.

: t''I.' l "r to take me to give nbbolu- was' young in my business and determined was taken down. I seized! upon It druggists refund the money If It falls to ,. "
r'" for the big battleship a smaller ves- cure. K. W. (irore'slsignature Is on tech ;, ;
I' about to die. I went duwn- to make some reputation for eagerly and read: box. 9 ic.Goldring's. f't-
Better than Uolel."I
'::":% a' J out to the carriage. I found myself in this case.) I dd! not reportit I. Peter Hendrlckson, came upon two sel will have to be sent, and in that :

*-",',,** r, )iiiMd.-. at police heai'ijuarttrs: as I was in Italians in a wood near -. where they event the Texas will go." No. 3 saloon at the was troubled for several years '': ..
'1 ':as driven for bound to do but mouths In were burying the body of a man they had Union since its has with chronic indigestion and new : :
a full hour. The duty spent depot, opening, '. Lj
debility writes V. J. Green of
r- murdered _: -:' ile few turn, and I fancy searching the newspapers to catch a from hang'rg them they have broughtme REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A i become noted as the place to find Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helped .l I

: I i..mist have IHVII driven to a notice-! of (some missm man. My efforts here and will probably murder me. Life Saved.I the best and purest brands of liquorsto me until I began u ing Electric Bittern i }
: ::1"1.! tV! and at lastI Ivy chance I learned the name of one- Little Bey's l
,,' city, for after Rating the wire without siutcss, be found in the city. You will which did me more good than !
; : t MC drove fur a time over a gave it up. That was ten years ago, Cambertl. have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's all the medicine I ever used. They I, .! 1,
': :: -'I then! again a parincnt. I and since then I have been accused by I hunted two years for Gambertl before Cough Remedy. It receive polite attention and be made have also kept my wife in excellent : 1 %c

...: .' I found him. Three months later welcome. health for She Electric '
,: 1 fort to enpase my companion my conscience' ftr not at once reportingthe saved little boy's life and I feel years. : pays J".J'H'
", landed him on the gallows. Ills mate my Hitters are j just splendid for .: : !
: -at!ion. but l.e: me no really case. The only tffoit I have contmueel j
I !' gave was never taken. Curiously enough. that I cannot praise it enough. I We are the only furniture female troubles; that they are a tf
examination of all
'f' the carriage came to a to keep up is an bottle of it from A.E.Steere grand tonic and inv !rorator for weak, i,.
.. ,'i i Father Yost shrived the murderer. bought dealers in the city who carry
: Le bound my ejesitu a old mantels offered for sale, and I have .I
down No other ,
I. run women. medi- a
: CUTIIBERT M'KINZIE. of Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got ;.; ,
I.'ef: the door hundreds of them with Father line china fami ,
f._ was opened compared a complete of cine can take its place in our r x;
: l et: and some one guided my Yost's dreaming, always to find home with it the poor baby could and sideboards. We ly." Try them. Only We. Satisfaction '. t
p r e.u-v-tones, I think, and we them different Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas cases guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- ;'1. t if

.!,. ...: :1' tf'I"'x I counted six. Then One day recently, while I was pass- criticism. It is the finest and purest directed every ten minutes until sell them fur cash or on berte, 121 South Pal if ox: street. .. f''d ', .. fi
<" ': ;; a short distance we mount- Ing through the very street In which vanilla extract that can be bought. "threw up" and then I thought sure easy payments. Marston $ :1 I V 4 : tf

tT.r ore st'5'sthis time I counted Father Yost had lived, not a block from Once tried, always used.jEPORTLAND he was going to choke to death. We Quina. I A Cure For Lumbago. s I; F 1.1.

:ty-Ird' we made one turn. In the house I passed building which had tb pull the phlegm out of his W. C. Williams, of Amherst, Va., 414 t A 1 1

ff*" ::2.1' n, ;ort I was led Into a warm- was being converted from a dwellingto CEMENT at mouth in great long strings. I am DO YOU KNOW says: "For more than a year I suffered ;' :i rt < .

t'..; ;:.J''I'h tr(', and the bandage was a store. A crowd had gathered, and $2,50 per barrel. A V. CLCBBS, positive that if I had not got that from lumbago. I finally triedChamberlain's j ': t' tt '.1,
., 'a'"ley' s me one who slipped out some workmen were carrying out a Corner Bra and Uarden Streets. bottle of cough medicine, my boy Balm and it j. '?
c d kiLind me. Before me, paloSrd. skeleton which, i was told had been would not be on earth today-JOEL a large stock of dressed studdingand gave me entire relief, which all.{ t" ; ,1

t:.1 ..- tool a man who sank found bricked up In a chimney. Such DEMONT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale joists. Get their prices before other remedies had failed to 81mon's.
t;-,:. : ; k"I'I things may at any time be of service to If you want your office by all druggists and medicine deal. buying. diG.1m Sold all druggists and medicine tl' Ji}

r 1't' "r.:' Le said 'I am about to be a detective and I went up to examinethe furnished go to Marston $ ,, : l !
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lp r'! ," ..1. My murderers have been room from which the bones had Quina's. They have an elegant ers.Foley's Hot French Waffles with Hot Chocolate with ft! 1 n, t11 j'
t ulln our (church whose influ- been taken. The first thing to catch Kidney Care D t a
t: line of roll top desks Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon' Whipped Cream at Solo I
4" : well]) know be enC attention mantel which bad
can never my a
Madder ..
; and chairs makes tidocys and tizhi .. t; '
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f A Truly Restful P1*-. I .

The Persistent The bedroom, though primarily a

i place where one may sleep and wake refreshed

Passenger is also a place to dream in by

day as well as by night-a place sacredto

oneself. where one may go, "the
[Original world forgetting and by the world I..LiiH

'Tieketsr! I forgot." 11yke It cleanly, artistically

The lightning express had Just comfortable, as the Japanese do.1\
dared out of the Union station, and things useful they make as decorativeas

the conductor had emerged from the possible, but for mere ornament

baggage and nothing is added except: if possible,
car begun to take up for infants and Children.
tickets. Coming to u gentleman witha flowers, arranged as gracefully as they

t pale complexion, red hair and gold grow in the fic-lJs. The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the sfcnn.

i t spectacles, he punched his ticket, handing Their custom will bear consideration turn of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
for by this method the utmost sim-
it back with the
remark "Don'tetop personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no on?
I III at Blimton." plicity, neatness a ad repose are pos-
to deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations
you anI"Justasgood"
sible. Have the furniture
as lig'at as
] "Don't stop at Blimton? Then what
t IIt j i possible both in weight and color, allow arc but Experiments, and endanger thin
I II did the agent bell me a ticket on this
for no piece of furniture a place in the health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
:. train !

- I iWSFL The conductor passed on without a each bedroom week that for is sleeping.too bulky Send to be the moved cur The Kind You Have Always Bought

tjl reply, clicking his punch, turning from
. :
tains to the wash often enough to keep
jl jlI right president to left bowing and left to to a crowd.right, like the them spotless. Banish everything from 1 Bears the Signature of

this room of rest and peace that docs
here, Mr. Conductor. If you
not materially add to the of
don't put me off at Blimton, I'll makeIt necessity
rl r hot for you. your toilet or your eomfort Then, and

"And If you don't shut up I'll put then only, will your ideal of a beauti-

you off In a swamp." ful, restful bedroom be reached. ,

The passenger was very angry, muttering -
to himself about the tyranny of The Timid Yonns Lady.It In Use For Over' 30 Years. '

.Don'tvait until your sufferings have railroad men. When the train reached Is one of the unfortunate featuresof THor CCNTftun CO..lllf.. TT MUftffAV.TIICtT, MtW YOB* CrTV

Blimton, he pulled the bcllcord and our sodal life that young personsare

driven you to despair, with your nerves all made for the door. The conductor, not allowed to act in a simple and .

who happened to be In the car, seeing natural manner. The young woman is

shattered and your courage gone. the net, gave a signal to go on, but not expected to be very re'C.'I':11111 to B. WRICgT GOfflPflflY
before the\ train had slowed down and disclaim any special interest in young rFr1.w. ,

Help and happiness surely awaits you if you accept Mrs. Pinkham's the passenger had Jumped. Then the men, under penalty of being called '\ \

advice. Disease makes women nervous, irritable, and easily annoyed hy conduct gave a terrific stop pull on "forward" '"liold," and of being \\\ \ ... MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
children and household duties ; such women need the counsel and help the cord and made for the door him- thought to be trying to attract attention. (t.....
of ho self. In a few minutes the train hands In nil cases it is the much better LUMBER LATHS
a woman understands the peculiar troubles of her sex; that
woman L:; Mrs llnkham, who with\{ her famous medicine, Lydia I]. were carrying the lifeless body of the way to be outspoken and frank, rather ,4r '. ,

j IMnkham's Yofjetable Compound>> have restored more sick and dis- passenger into the baggage car, whereit than so thy us to.appear awkward and g'I *M SAWED CIPBESSSEISOlESflMmiSijiPENPACOLA. !
be misunderstood.No
remained till the reached its ,
couraged women to health and happiness than any other one i rson. [.
Her address is= Lynn, ilass., and her advice is free. Write today, do first regular stop. man who is worth knowing would -. -. FLA
respect a lady less for a straightforward
cot wait. Six months after this event the night
express carried a passenger who presented frank imitation to call. There -
L Will not the volumes of'letters from women who have beenmade a ticket to liliinton and was are many very silly ideas in the world

[ strong l y Lydia E. Pinklinm's Vegetable Compound convince informed that only local trains stoppedat but the most silly of all is that which COAL AND WOOD.

f others of the virtues of this great medicine? that station. When the train reached some scmibrainless men get into their

i \tVliea a medicine bas boon successful in more than million I'.limton, the passenger went to the heads when they fancy that all of the WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

It .cases.1 it justice to yourself to say'J \tithout trying it, "1 do not door and gave a leap In the dark. A girls are running after them. Such
j I believe it would help me ?" brakeman' who saw him gave a stop vanity 13 an Indication of very little THIS WINTER THAN EVEK JTEFCRE

t, Surely cannot wish to remain weak and sick signal, and the muaiiis of the passenger sense.
you and discouraged .. SEND US YOUR
smuualuu OF3OERCi NOW
exhausted iK-yona were - --
r with each
day's work. If you have some derangement What to Tat.
found lying beside the track.
'F r of the feminine organism: try Lydia 1L I'iiikham's The next day the conductor of the The ideal diet is not one to which every Thompson Olsen tS Co.

1 ;, .Vegetable Compound. It will surely help you. lightning express made application to person should conform without .

I F \ be transferred to a local train that deviation but one from which everyone Manresa Street
; (UVlrs. Emilie Seering, 174 St. Ann's Ave., New stopped at Bliniton. may select such proportions of the Telephone- 147.-.

? I York City, writes : "What" do you want that for, Tow- quires.natural food elements as nature re- ESTABLISHED 1862. -
ler? asked the superintendent "It
iI .TEAS MRS. PETKnAM If will cut off ?-0 month of The following table may be of service
I :- women who are always blue and depressed a your pay
; and nervous would take Ljdia I:. I'iukliam'.S "I know it will," replied the conductor to those homemakers who believe McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
i their highest mission Is to devote themselves ,
J Vegetable Coin pound they would find it the medi "but I'm :getting nervous about -
cine they need to bring them to a more cheerful tat trains. 1 don't think I'm will." to the furthering of human happhll'ss o -DIALERS: IN- 0
I ,; frame of min I was t'rrilJIworried and downcast, The conductor by creating healthy conditions
of the local ran his
and was thin and bloodless hack ached physically and and
My all the train for several mouths when a new mentally: Ship Chandlery General Hardware
time, no matter how hard I tried to forget it or Food Substances Rich In Nitrogen.Chefse .-
err, change my position to ease it, and the pain at the time table was Issued cutting off its beans! peas, eggs, meats, milk. 803 AND 605 8. PALAFOX 8TKEKT.
? base of my brain was ho bad that I sometimes stop at Blimton. When the first train Starch.
J thought that would grow crazy ; I had the blues so had passed that station, a brakeinan corn oats barley .A.GEN"OY-
I beans,
,p. much and was always so depressed I could not seem stopped the train, hurried to the conductor rye peas potatoes. REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN ROEBLINO'S 8OJ4B CO.i,
to shake them off ; half of the time I did not worn to and announced that a passenger Ftt.-Choose, meats eggs, milk, corn, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A, RUSHEL BON'S PUMPS.
'f have the courage to do work oat, wheat, rye, barley.Smiunr.Mohmsses .
my ; everythingMemed had jumped and had
,t P to po wrong with me and I was always; !. The conductor undoubtedly sank into a sent sirups, fruit, pre- I (torn Sfiiiigi ?tit! 6s!! ItMIct! fostrooiiots! Elirli! iota, UIHCOMPASSJS. !
worrying and fonrin:! the worst. I began to sor\!:.
' and directed the Itrakriuau to go back!: I iOO: f. KTOC. .
r take I.y tli\ I:. IMnkhum's Vegetable ('uru11111I1111. 1olltilriLls, Flavors.
and find the body. .\ search; was made Mcivenzis Oertini Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A' "
( a; After the first few doses a load seemed fruits, green radioing, condiments. I. elation.
' I with l.udtrims.but the remain
I( lifted from my shoulders, I felt better in every were nut I .
t way. The blues left me and my head .toppoil nt'lijtijf 5 found. Some said the brakeman had
tr before long my back was etter too,and I l'1\,1 ked younrer! and stronger I took been mistaken, others that the passenger Quaint Frame. THE GARDEN SECTIONo
eiz bottles in all, and it is with thankfulness that I acknowledge that my had not been killed. This was not Quaint frames can be easily made by

present g'oolillealth is due to the use of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable likely, as the train was moving at the covcnn? an old wooden frame with

r Compound. rate of forty miles an hour. I \cry rough sacking and then' gluing on

riJKi: MEDICAL AI>VICK TO AVOMHX. "Towler," said the superintendent to one sHe a spray of dried: grasses Pensacola Florida.
"- one morning, "'\' lliams is sick in \bed !j jciild or silver the whole, and you will .
If there is anything in jour ftise about ( you would liko and '
you must take the lightning ex1 \ a delightfully quaint and at he
jt special ad\ice, write freely tu )Irs. rinkhani. Xo man Mill M>O press." same time very inexpensive frame Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

your letter. !She can surely help you, for no person Amerieu has Tuttle turned pale "I'd rather not

ir such AidciiM>rienee in treating female ills as she has bad. Sha if you can jr< t any one else." I
CO\STl ',\TIO Beautiful Lots for Sale.
I t has helped hundreds of thousands of \\oineu back to health. Her "But there's no flue else to be spared.I

:i address is Lynn, 3la>s., anil her 111t'c is free. You arc very foolish I can put an inferior man oa your I Every civilized person uses! soap 40x137 feet
aud at from
If you do not accept her kind invitation.t train, \but the lightning; express needs water to wash oil the accumuh- $75 to $200 each, accord
one of our best conductors. I I lion of dirt and filth from their body, ing to location and surroundings.
but how
FORFEIT if weoinnot forthwith rnx1","' tho nrijin.ll..tternnhionat"re of Towler knew that to decline positively think many about suifertrsof constipation -
$5000 abuts tmtimuuial, ", Uicbwill prove its a!>-.>lute irniiiiifn>'''''. would be to lose his position of filth the accumulation Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
I.jUU I;. l-iiikham Mt-du-ine ('0.. LyuuJlae.. within their body, which is ,
1 and assented. It was fully fifteen minutes a hundred times
-- more detrimental I High, Dry Fertile Lands.
after the train moxed out of the I I to good health than the dirt on the
V t'Llne.e Dinner. A Freak Tree -> station before hi-'mustered courage togo outside. The waste: matter of food

At a Chinese ilinner given In S.inFrancisco I Probably one of the most remarkable I through the cars for tickets. However passes into the bowel, which are The grandest opportunity for investment ever

"I i in honor of Jlrs. ItoU-rt I curiosities In the world Is tile twin tree occupation is good for the nerves, the natural sewers of the human cffered in Pensacola.

j Louis Stcv ns.ii these were fllllon;: the j I growing iu the province of Loire, southern and he was forgetting; : his superstitious system. If here this waste is al-

r queer thin;;!' served: gird* nest soup France This marvelous freak of dread when a ticket was handid bin t lowei the to accumulate the warmth of Home Seekers Should See These Lots
body soon sets fermentationand
c-aine In four different c'our-I'*. According I nature consists of two benllliy trees for Bliu.ton. Starting, he looked up. up
decomposition, passes are formed
.i l to one guest It wnstran-iKirent some twenty feet high, with brilliant There sat a pale man with red hair which are carried into the blood

'i' tasteless utterly uninviting and more foliage, the top one actually growing and wearing gold rimmed spectacles.Towkr and circulated through the whole A.T.Clubbs

like wall toper pate than anything I upon the lower.A stood with his punch in one system, and disease is the inevitable

m el*>. Chinese nuts took the place of cavity was formed In the upper hand and the ticket in the other star- .I re ult_ Corner Garden and Bru Streets.

salted almonds I trunk of the bottom tree: which was :lug at the pas
, Then there were dried eels sliced in fillinl with dccayinhark and the the( words, "This train doesn't stop at is HKPATICURA, because itmovpsthe 111',0,
accumulated bowels i BRENT: WM. II K OWLKt!, W. J(. HYKB, JR., J. H. KKKME,
chicken broth, Flunks cooked in a
tl en wlJllnnll served in several courses: I This became n sort of bed. from which utter them. A brakeman who was ening. It gives strength and or tone

"lotus Cower" eoiisisiins: of a slice of sprang the roots and In time produced following him up as assistant saw him to the liver and eventually cures

i fat pink, a slice of dried duck and n I the upper tree. Contrary to all the staggeraught; ; ; him in his arms and |Bold by all druggists First National BankOF

piece of prorrved watermelon, so arranged Jtws; of horticulture, the life of the tree as.oi-ted him to the baggage; ; car. After ----
-- -
. f that one could take a bit of all I has not been injured In the least by its the train had passed I'.liniton a passenger -
threw at dried came hurrti lug into the baggage SEND YOUR ORDERSto
once; musliruonis. turtles parasite companion on top. ; ; |

I. I preserved ducks (';:;:!'. sharks' air I The top tree Is a lime, and the peasants car to nnuouuce that a man had [I | Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or'!' PENSACOLA.

" _. Madders In oil. alialmie: meat a dainty in the neighborhood! make occasional jumped from the train. The conductor | (electrical work Rpair work apecialty. '
t worth its wii'jrlit in gold being a tiny pilgrimages to this tree, as they groaned and in a faint voice ordered s DITlt230'3'OItf31waf
part: t>f a ltlleea: annual; the web ofducks' I make a sort of tea from the buds of tlie that the train be nut stopped.\ I I
, feet duck which had been Conductor TnwKr had one more
which, they say, on account of its I D. O. BRP:NT
. baked, ttuiTedl\\\ iiii>hr>H>ms and peculiar growth and situation has meetii'gith! : the troublesome passenger I have been authorized to take ,
teamed.end ahuo-it prueL-I'liiladelI\ I who Insisted on getting: off at subscriptions for Wm. Jennings'
mysterious and (
if imj
j' plea r.ulltlin. : Ill'nl'lidaI11owl'rs Blimton. his\: health was failing, and Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. I Ii
r Tr ul( aga lii A
I i Isiu
B fa isl Hi
I :
4 S --- The lime Is firmly rootrd in the lower lie had been assigned the easiest: job i I i The vancf.price Those is $1.00 desiring per year the in ad. j n r
A IVrnllnrlty of Japan on the road a nigLt local that stoppedat paper
I tree, havin withstood the ravages of can have it sent to them
t In Japan it is always the rule! of politeness every station. The hours however, by sending i I
the wind for years, and seems to be $1.OOto the undersigned. II
to pity a trine more than the I nourKlud well as if It were growing I were very short One night Towler H.1\I. ROCIIE, j j :;rWe draw oar own Bills of Exchange; on Great ErltMn, JreJ I'Germany

; 't sum mentioned t'n'Ollr. hotel bill. To I in the natural soil; of tho earth. was sitting in a car without a single i\ Care Daily News.CAB"l.'OnXA. '' France, Austria, Italy, Hollaed, Spain, Belgium Rnfl&ia, P1
I settle the iieenusit net would! be eoneidercd I passenger: : lie had been suffering all | '1 i say, 8'11eJen: Denmark and other European countries,

an insult or at least a mark ol Threatening. day from depression of spirits conseijuent i I --- ---

great iissntUfuction. I'eopif! who \ha*-ei I Rook \Wlt-\11111: You say yon never upon bodilyailment and sank into j Bear,the laKniYBH3'.i! Altars !2:;% tVVeil8eI8 Dlsbaraed upon rho MOB* FaTnraSh, Term, and 'te"

I I raveled! m Japan say that the .lap. read this: great look? Did I hear a trouMed slumber. He was dreamj j Bguat1lI8! Yl I I Obllgationa Taken Payable at Port of Hesitation Ten or Fifteen Dsjl
i'' after Veseel Arrives there.ilOtT'Safety .
!'lie always tip the waiter on entering you right: ? I Ing; over a time table which did not I I IJ'i of I zM !

a hotel. lulY 'h'I'l'hallto; you didn't; hear ire Bliniton! as one of his stops, and : .
Deposit Bores for Rent in Connection
me write, but >ou11 feel he that he ,
me spenk if I yet wa sure stopped at all ,
1 r Try Gtmth er's Candies at with which we have a Priva oartment for the Unei
'U7 tt'ay Oat. you don't pet out.-Catbolic Standard points. He heard the train come to a i
"I'm fixed. said the young; "doctor and Times. halt, and when it moved on a brakeman :: Solomon's. I of Ren ter..

"I've pot a big enough practice' to keep put his head in at the door and I

me iu easy circumstances for life." >m He Won't. called: -------- ._--- I DR. KING'S'TRY PEOIESSIONAL CARDS.

-But jou should lose hall!! "Jones Is just married." "The next station is Bllmton.Towler .-

jour patients' I "Iln. ha! That's a good joke on half asleep, was conscious of J. N. ANDREWS, NEW DISCOVERY :; -

"I'd Just double my bills! on the oth Jones." some one sitting; in the sent beside him W. C. ROWE, M D.

ers.-l'hiladelphia Press.1)eWitt'.W "A :pood Joke?" nest to the window, yet how this could J* Headquarters for J* FOR THAT COLD. ; Office: 17X S. P .
"Yes. lie's always boasted of being be he could tell TAKE
not for he had been NO SUBSTITUTE. from
B to 8:90: I, m. and 1 totf.ftand
itch Hazel Salve independent.-Detroit Free Press. rare there was no one in the car. With SEWING MACHINES. Cures '
The only positive cure for blind, an effort, a dread he openedhis e"f'8and ConsumptionCoughs after 7 o'clock
bleedln and itching and protrnd- Ont Itefore IIU Tine.'There's turned them sidewise ; i Colds, Bronchitis Asthma !i,
Jag pile*, cuts, burns, bruises, eczema one of my faults: that I'm RENTAL AGENT 'l
and all abrasions of the DeWitt's is the only Witch HazM i 118al'EI always red hair and gold spectacles. I l:{ South Palafox Mrm. risy LaGrippe Hoarseness i
managed to break JaiL iI JOHN S. BEARD
"We ,
that N nude from the are approaching Blimton. said I I
pure "Wh
lt's that?
un.idu'ter.-uen witch hszQl! -all oth- *'1 the man, "aud when w e reach it I want A' Croup and I ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
arecounfrffit-i... D I ..\VittVjtch j i I hate never lived up to my con I you to gt t out with me.",. dt.rtarewioeammahun.r.enigGfnrnnn.tnrai, Whoopirrjf: Couijli.n .
Hazel: alve I h ode tn enr> -coun- vietions.-PhiLidepha\ I'refes. The nest morning it was reported at G..r..u a irritation jr olrcratibn. I Offlce=. : )9 Thiesen Uuildin?.
rfr-its made .ott.ariOa" tit ma coos nirmLranM. CURE. i1o PAY.
are to -ell.I Hari a the main office that Conductor Towler rnw.r rataeta. Painle.andnot..tnn-l PriciSOc.andSI. Office Hour?--6:30 a. Ir.. to 1 pn-
Pharmacy, Jobn 8hepptrdMidnt ; {lie Best had been found dead a. ,tiEYnsCsu'i* CA, gont or Mwooae. ,1 __ __TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I
Kahn. Jiudgin's\ /or $c. in an empty car I nCtensnt! Sold by Droagi.t., L1' mm.' f L -y 2:30p.m.to6:30p.m.
when his train Mt Blimton. t 1 will repair your watches I
t,4a. or sent In plain wrsprr, uu Praetlrelo state and federal conrl-
Only lOc per week for tae NEWS l'ry the N RW" \\ ant "Iuno. ELIZA B. ARTHUR. I 1100.its npreU or 9 bottl", prtptid..K.7J.for I jewelry in tjr"t-claas atyle. J 1 I

Circular neat oa aeytwt.sue. i 'ph"nB. I rec.-5


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Mrs Laura S. Webb ';. ..:' .+. ",.rr:.... ,..,...... VI
Fart and Fancies About Deri.We I ... ..... ... ';;)4(1- ,'. ''''_ "" .i- ,"o" ....'- ...P. _.,--._f iI

V'aa-President of Womm' DaDocratic Clubs of Northem Ohio. have knowledge and history of "......: ".... -...-: ..i;. !'Sri"-'. -':n\\.,.. 2n"t': ",...:.....,:Ii'- :;.r:;. .::7- ,:,;..\..;. .''' '. I
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: < "'; .. ;; 1
I :,. .. t _'.::;': _. .,. .J. ;_,'h4' ":2 ..' :
r'. ,
bees for more than 2.200 years. Aris- I J .",. ,,. (,'.._ .. .. -.::_

HERE AKE MANY the change of life which was totle peaks of three different species I --' ., .1'I; I ,

rIl sickly women be- fist approaching Vhile vailing of honeybees. Virgil speaks of twothe' J' -

the of with a friend I noticed better variety being spotted or variegated I .." ) I It.

4Hn,1 twccn 55, let there ages are '+1 that Wine ill of!Cardaleacchhe was taking your was or. This and variety of a recently beautiful has golden attracted col t.. THE CHILDREN ENJOY ,;y- >.

invalids over 55 y so enthusiastic about it that I
fcrf ew decided bottle. I much attention among beekeepers, for sees ; Life out of doors and out of the games which they play Hid the enjoyment : .:-' ,
The to
of try a experienced
i : age. l C
f 60"ClI'9 some relief the first it still exists after the lapse of 2,000 which they receive and the e.Torts which they r..e, comes the

'of life coming to f' greater part of that healthful development which is s.o essential to their '
cvjnj so I kept on taking its years as separate and distinct from the '''of.
woman: near her forty- fmonth. months and now I common kind. ''rte happiness when grown. When a laxative is needed the remedy which is ';; .

either makes given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal ,'. ;" '
: '
both year: urn Lawn 8. WO* menstruate with no pain and Honey was a favorite food in ancient '
which it acts, should be such as physicians would sanction because itscomponent < ;. .
IswM or gives shall take it off and on now and :
to obtain the
w Egypt greatest -
her possible known to be wholesome from -
and the itself free
parts are remedy ..'_
nt' on life. Those who until I have passed the climax. I do not ...:. i : ...
amount from each hive of bees
l hI r a every objectionable quality. 'The one remedy which physicians and parents v
dread h now, as I am sure that
in ill health iel- your
-Jet this change Vine of Carded will be of great benefitat they were transported on boats from well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, i.\. .':' I

!ln live ten years afterward, while this time." place to place along the Nile! according because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is- '.{ ';
roman: : who lays. aside the active to the succession of flowers. Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the cnly laxative which should {::':. "Yl./

a of womanhood: in health selWine of Cardul is the remedy to This custom also has been long In ;i'.'= be used by fathers and mothers. ,1 :'>" ",:.

fwd: : re-inforce shock }_ Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and j:2: :.} .....;
f.Jl13 to live on in happiness, a woman againstthe vogue In Persia and Asia Minor, as .
son: naturally without griping; irritating: or nauseating and which cleanses the / ",.
after she has! passed 60. This that comes with the change of life. well as In Scotland when the heather .\0
without that wlich results ?
vears: system effectually producing constipated habit ? :o :

ii tru'y a critical time. It re-establishes healthy functions is In bloom.In (;' t from the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitation*, and against i "

1rs. Lsora S. Webb, of Toledo, after years of suffering. In doing Poland bees are transported from t 4 which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them F- :' .:" I

K1' "'n'ZC3 the change of lie this it has saved thousands of sufferers their winter quarters to summer pas I j rr' r grow to manhood and womanhood strong, healthy and happy, do not give :.U.-:: ., /.

OL. c just in time. Do not waits tures and back again In winter.A '--e' them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs : ./:':,
and she also
s :'roux period until suffering is upon yon. Thor- floating beeliouse has been in use i assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the sil1r11ellea"ant and ..,. r..'::..t., ,
Wino of Cardui. She
.;! ia : ; gentle-Syrup of Figs. r'
p on the Mississippi large enough to accommodate
should bo made
11...;.;"I.'. ough preparations woO hives and is intendedto y ::!. Its quality is due not only to the excellence cf the combination of thee "' -:" ,

in advance. Begin the Wine of ; f 1 laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic and juices but ,.-j,
syrups K
been troubled "
"As I h.'J always more keep pace with the blossoming flow- '
tiw menstrual period, I dreaded Cardul treatment today. -':. : ,j also to our original method of manufacture and as you value! the h.iih! cf ...-. \
at that of their
Its ers none precious sweets
ff ".' r'::. the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutewhich unscrupulous deal- '_ ..4i :
be allowed to go to wa>{o. ,, kit, \,
may sometimes offer increase The article .;
million .. ers to their profits. genuine nay lie :.
A Buffering .. _
WiNEofCAHDVI\ ; have found relief women in I In India: mjrlads of bees inhabit: the I \ bought anywhere of all reliable druggists: at fifty cents per bottle. 1'IeoaCto r 01/0..

Wine of Cardui. trees along the C.uks of strains and '. remember the full name of the Company i-

I the juULUs of the central i'rnvinees. I ).."-, ..._'.,.,.. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.- is printed on r' ._ ,
.r' .J .-
- the lionry furnishing- : a fa111'1,1' ari'ili1f '. .)," ....,'"'r'.:.:." ,.'. 'J ,\ '.'''. the front of every pack- ...' ',' I

food for the native (;;:-1\: {...; ... age. In order to get its'C' ... t- ; ..
: j .
Tel, iu>rt. I\X\TI\'B I _. .. I... : '.-. ". U' .J'.f" (.. )
HUMOR OF THE HOUR After being thus robbed <>f t't':> ..r'. .' .". : r ,'P.,., .. -.fife beneficial effects it is always ....".t!. .. '. cr U". ICql -..
'. if' '
I for if ; ;. : :0.-:; ) :.: ''''; "" ':' '
)I) yon year nests they In-come exceed'.iiglj! fern'. r- ",:a' .:... .. .. .'.: <;", ..:;, ;t; necessary to buy r.t. .;.:" : ':'A'I"' .. ....'.'....
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, ,, -lasa-h. TilE H&ST LAX- :;' : .q :. .. ,, -. ',:" --.t'-, --.- ..
Aiutdieina that moves the V/orLs MothVun.. :111111'0'iolt'ut Ire their attacks lam: .'...::..'i.:.,. \\'. ; .\. ....:...!...:... ;--.:.. the genuine only.A ;,; j.;,,: ,.'1....;:'.'':,'...' .'.,.... .. --.1\j., ... .t'.,..
Ai and naturally with-1 i He laugLf Oh, how he laughed; It that travelers often have nsSirab'jTerMied !' i: ".; '.'' '" .1::":: J'j ,-.J l,',>", \ a ',i ,..."1:.......,..
,, -iiv '. "
It I from their stiu:: ;. They it ::;1.. .. \ ... : .,,;f"r....._.... ..:: :' ')t ,. .. ..,'
j was II joUf. ; : say < .. /
'ilun'rripiug or sickeningA ,, .
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,!. ., niHiiicItie tint: strengthens j ji "\t ht. lie !wild "I have found a is better to be clmed\ by almost neything to.... '.- ...-.:..........' ....'.,-I" it. ,. .: ,.. ",... ....(..'A.)

: u.cI"; of the bowels and tones i( place \\ here thry have woman sized up fiom an elephant downward than ;_.i"..' c.J\;: I! :1.. ,, .. ::-::: ...'.........;::::. I .f\...,), }:\',:-.\...: ..:...:. ... .,." .' '( '..?.. : t

where will: \," -'f : : } ; : ; :. ': .j...:: .. :-:...
11. :: up to a point just right./ She isn't a complete human b iy a host of angry India bees. :. i
i "
ku '
.ri nil the work as nature: intended I tribes of Indians call the tire !!;Jf ... : .:-:= u : : ; ;:..". i t "'; II ... ; 4- -.
Some .
bolus. ... ...... ":: .. -.t. .;j ( : ; ,"I ; 1. '::..f'Y--'': :-- :i a 'J..r t"r
: .. .. .. .
I*tance. .. .._... r .. .
-111! ut any a.$ "She isn't!" she p\claluicd warmly. "the white man's fly," for the domestic ... .. -.,' .. t. '" .f. l ... I'J'. .
medicine is HEPATICU- {;: ; .t. .... -- -' .. .,.... .: fI .
Such a "\"o. In SweiU-tt, whiTe they've figured ; I taut was not known in America until ") ."').... ;.!r_<',,... ... .. : a:: ... \. '\'''\ ... 'rJo. ,. .
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llIt embraces all the above good "-'-- '". ... '' : '
bad the proliU'iu out, a man is the unit the white settlers Introduced it west .).... l'r;..,. '-.,,. :.:... .11.''...'. ...... ..... .1....
besides .i .
\! not having a I. -- > '. I
Dualities .. .
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neither bitter nor sickening of value, and a woman counts for only of the Mississippi in 171)7 and In CalifornIa (.1' ..', !> ":;.. .... ". ......j. "P'','....: : ."... ',."!.':' .
-{ ; : :
u-ie ,.... : l : ..... ..:::. .,;;,:.
half" he "When In 1S50. "' :..;s.: .. (4)A t' t...:.. '. '." _.',-. ..... ..,
.I'tet.ld: by all druggists. explained. a man ..;; I'': .. -::- / "" .....
;:... !, .::... ..:" "i) )::: \ ..
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travels, he pays full tare on tbe rail- It Is estimated that from May to October { (? '- .. <: ,.......\. f i .. ''''
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roads and full rates at the hotels, while after visiting; tens of thousandsof : c.-.::::.;., \ ....-:: !); r\. \ i ;.. .._i _...; I v'i'l .. \.
SPECIAL NOTICE If he takes his wife along the two of flowers, a single bee gathers only .to.;.,\."';" .....'-r.\'t!' :..:.\,'<,. ', \J. '..- ': :,.....:.... .". I ...._;r-. .......:...:::\:. .:, t. I

them are charged up as only one and a about one-quarter of a teaspoonful of '''. ,. ..--.r: ;) ..,.t. i : ..' ...::: ( ) ...' fJ

H. Alfmin, Umbrella Maker, 315 half iKTsons. You see the logical de- louey.
?,)a:!, rMlafox, wishes to inform the duction ,.
answered. "And when A Do-'. Thrntrr. <'I
"I she
do a j
' : that: he has no one employed
t'u'uc woman travels alone she Is chargedfull Thomas I''. Walsh the millionaire, is -
: ,c .'it trade and will only be re-
rate for one i">r on, while it her building a private theater In Washington : -
for intru ted to him True Poem. CAPTAIN -CASTORIA ,
s' rule goods STEAMER FRITZ
husband happens to lie along the rateis : fur the puriioHof developing the ,
How hard It Is to tell\ what makes
'- illy. 3jlm for one and a half persons. The husband Inuuatic talent of his young: son Vincent a THOS. CONDON, Captain
true a lasting When
tlim-fore" who at the ace of le\en wears poem poem one For Infanta and Children ,!
asks himself what it Is, how many will make regular trips between 'I
PEARLT& DO LIVE. He had stopped lauguiti" has manifested n. wonderful talent for things arise, how hard to narrow the Pensacola, Point Washington and The Kind You Han AlwaJs BoogM
"I always did think. he announced the track: The thraur Is ]located Freeport. Leave JJayleu street
I list down to a few things! Is it beauty
emphatically, "that woman has a most our the stable end near his wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive
? Then what is ? One meets i Baawth.HARPER. ,
beauty ,
r "m at the corner of Oar- perverted sense! of humor and a most uidsonie Massachusetts a\enue residence I- at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. // Jln'

i:1: 1 Ainiz streets for carpen- extraordinary hod of reasoning." and is to bo fully equipped with with beautiful poems every day that be Leave Freeport Tuesday at Ga. m. aat> 'Of u

'. i ie il work.orphone660VlEiiRy ; "F.ut If you really want to pet at relative scenery and all necessary stage Betting never thinks of or recurs to agaiu. It and arrive at Pen*acola 6 p. m. samegay. n

values I ," the iiorsNtid, "why just for the arrangement and making; is certain that without one thing thereis Fare round trip $5; one way, .j'I:I,

TER'S ENGLISH ronsldor the m.'ltrilllonialmarket. Manis of which Mr. Walsh has engaged the no real poetry-genuine passion. The 12ulm .J

YAL d PILLS quoted at a high figure In that only best of New York talent Mr. Walsh fire came down out of heaven and con i t
sumed Elisha's offering because Elisha I
.'. ,I runt Vale /e.umn when he has a title, while woman has: one of the finest I'rIltI'tallps in t:
Q. ... was sincere. I'lan and build
: \I r Lnu.Kt your poem
I lEI;'. 1.:0.1.1'.11: brings the top price' without one. Wasliingon now, and there will be a I
J. '_ ,1 ... ... never so deftly mankind will not permanently s-L[ HUNCH
metlllie b. of
: Oh will he Mill to himself as he private entrance for the :guests who attend -
i "tfitu vfbrr.iltution I fi.ia for it unless It has
\ : care genuine -
.? ':- nj imtla.rueri't slammed the dour behind him "wbat'sthe the juvenile performances of
: '. .. rrat-I* of with feeling. It must be impassioned.John _r-- ")..... ...FOIL.. \
: i '"tilwr 1'.t'.onl.l. use arguing a woman any young WaK'j and his boy friends.
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\ to I r .II.* k: bf Uurroughs Century.The .
A 'I **',, r 'ttmouaii S,I1. lIuw? -Cb l'Igo 1'ost. From earliest childhood Mr. Walsh'sson

It.,,.'hr"" .\_". After One Alrrndy Trained. Supreme Teit. I CHARTER
ami his parties for his young friendsat
"No," said the widow divish ely, "I "You may be a clergyman" said the 1 P,
\'urluus"usl.lnton theaters last
will not marry jou. l'u trained one railway dignitary to the stranger who
winter were numerous, several of The Elegantly
t D DIRECTORY husband, and that's enough.;: My second had applied for a half fare permit, "but I
ffiLG which were attended by the president'schildren. .
must be a u'iduwer.-Chicago you lia\eu't furnished me sufficient evidence Naptha Launch CUPID
: IVr several years past he ,

: has been under the best elocutionists of of IL How do you pronounce with Parlor Car
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS fact.spring M-e-I-c-h-I.z.e-d-e-k?" Fittings,
the country and will this winter havespinal
rionnln?;: for the various ""Mel-kez-e-dek" promptly responded i for a trip on the bay or for tis ,
Pe n.acllla Ieatge., No. S, K. of 1" Of all the ml.mC'/wl)' days coaching: plays the I I( ,tPhysiciansprescribe
T..'- ai'ist! : tl',w I nail; which he and his young lends are to stranger. a cruise.Accommodations
m ataevery Monday evenIng Without word .
another the
voice is heard railwayman
Within the liml the
produce.Young. )1\\
HI 7:30: at Castle all,
Of broom and mop and pint made out the permit-Chicago
J. \ i: the Kloant Vvatbon : Walsh is a sturdy, wholesome for 40
t :11'Ing. tlllrd floor.tthg Ualtiraore News. I Tribune )
,' .: brethren cordially lad. with a lot of common Fl'nl'l':1'11- passengers. "
:!>. }. !1" .lcom..d erous and thoughtful for his! friuids. \
9'." J. A, Lr1.E.H \ Rates reasonable.
A Hints un IIU llnndn."Is The Inrentor'n Triumph. very
,, "- HORHLEK 0. C. The president's! children are his most 'l
K. R. d I!. Ilarkins worrying: over the fact Intimate acquaintances and will doubtless "You say that Arbeitcr's Inventions! Landing-Pine street. it

that Miss dtf Rieke jilted him?" participate in his performances or have made several men millionaires, CAPT. STEARNS for their most delicate

"Xo. but !It annoys him exceedingly but did! he ever make anything out of ,
Diiium Pent;;(" "II. lt: at least be frequent spectators*

J lilY"f.nlng at 7i. at to think that the ring; she gave back: I them 1""Oh. Master. patients. ,
r 1'iiliifox and Garden was purchased at her father's store I yes. lIe was singularly success.
I - --- OLD and PURE.For
1\lu.l1tscllrllt1lIyInnltd.J. To Cut Gla." .
ful with his devices in that
\LIIKRTJoIINo.OS, and paid for too, by JQ'cUarrcr'lllazar.
.* C. C.AS I Who ever heard of cutting glass with He made enough to perfect all of Bale byDannheisser :

I -- a thread? Yet it can be done. Dip them."-Indianapolis News T:1: C. & y9i t

NURSERY NOTES. the thread in sulphur and wrap It mm Bros. ;

I. O. O. F.1'rn.neIa around the part of the piece of glass At Home. t '
Rich greasy! diet and a badly ventilated wish to cut. Then set lire to "
that you "Can you talk on your feet? said li'
bleeping room will give a child and while It is burning dip INSURANCE -
Irfxlge No. 4 II the the young man who was thinking rue- )

I 'ir-
H 41 I' Intemlcnci street. i the children to eat things that then cut the glass. This is not only avery after dinner speech."I AND ","

'-u cordially J.E.LO.VO.N.O.Inrttad. are good for them rather than indulge curious but a very useful thing to i. can," was the answer accompanied REAL ESTATE fl',,
J 'Wl their extravagant whims and notions. '
know. by the baleful smile of a person

Powder well all the little creases in who Is about to make a deliberate joke."I No. South Pilaf 01 Street. I

AMERICAN GUILD. the arms and legs: of the baby as wellas The Split Coin. used to lecture on chiropody. 11,

the body. The delicate skin chafeseasily. Fix three pins in a piece of wood Washington Star. -Jt'I
Partial List of desirable
lViiKa-"la Chapter No. 007.t thus .' and lay the coin upon them. Dwellingsfor I

'IE B'.'WER. I'. LINDE !\TRUTJ[, Children should eat lean meats properly Then place a heap of sulphur below Plqned. Rent in Various Partsof .Ir,

>. 'rotary, Governor. cooked, l'Js.: milk, cheese In small the piece! of mOlle '. Pile another heap "What's the matter with grandfather the City: !

quantities, cereals and "whole w beat," above it and Slot fire to them. When ?" $35.00-2','- tory house containing 12 rooms, 1Ji

K.SOF L. peas beans and lentils. the flame Is extinct you will find on "lie's Insulted. You see, he's nearly all modern conveniences, bath on RESTAURANT :'
upper and lower floors corner lot ;,
Give a young: infant drink from a the upper part of the coin a thin plateof ninety and he happened to bear you nice yard and shrubbery stable outhouse ,,,

14w-Wrmhly| No. l:>>oJ. saucer instead of a cup or spoon.': The metal which has been detached from remark that the good die young.-" hl- street., etc., :>10. 711 Cast LaRua ,.'I'. i

little will dose It 1L Post 5.-story boarding house, -
)!r :: al Mondaylln each month. uncertain lips upon cago containing
25 rooms known as tile Ponce de
\1 P.H.THARP. more easily, and there will be no slopIllng' Leon house, No. Ill East In-leadencla .
-.NXU" A Weak Stomach
: W. '
( M. The Moue That Did Xot.JIE're's I street.
secretary. to cold a cute little house causes a weak body and invites dis 130.00-A desirable 8-story modern dwelling
If a child has been exposed a ( So and bright. 7 rooms,mon desirable section of tile t
-- cozy
six or eight: drops of spirits of camphoron On the floor of the kitcben. ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures city llne.No.(5 on a:!corner:iNorth on liarcelona tbe street car Comprise all the Up-to-

a lump of sugar or in a little water There In the moonlight.The and strengthens the stomach, and t90.00-L.HrKe 2-story dwelling. ID rooms Street Date Dishes the Mar- a

The Beer given as soon as he gets home will often pantry Is stocked wards off and overcomes disease. J. Government fronting bevllleHquare street. East kets of the World

cold from de\eloping.! B. Taylor a prominent merchant of
present the : With food. It please; J30.0U-Comfortable new 2-story modern
out always Chriesman Tex.,says: "I could not dwelling.II rooms,very desirable section -
small there is
In taking the person On the shelf lyingA
That MadeUI eat because of a weak stomach. I of tile city, situated oa :North
= put on a veil, Shetland preferred Tine bit of cheese. lost all strength and run down in'' baylen streets.between strong and UeSoto -f fLadies'

if there is the least' bit of wind. In There's the whisk of a tall : ... ) weight. All that money could do $.'5.00-2-story dwelling In good order nub

every case keep his back turned to the And a patter of feet; ":. ,... was done, but all hope of recovery rooms, three doors from tile belt Private )

SER! !AMOQS direction from which the wind will At Has last found a homeseeker the retreat. .;-:-=-:. i vanished. Hearing of some wonderful No.line' ,flu bas Nonb gas and Barcelona water street.throughout,

come. 1,. ,. i cures effected by use of Kodol I $:0,00-1-storydwetlingTroom: ,, city water Dining Parlor.:
r concluded to try it. The first bottle bath, gas, with large corner Jot So.
"Ah. a roof marie of steel ;"yamAnd era West Wright street.
-IS- a nice solid floor; ,.. \. benefitted me, and after taking: four $15.70-1-story dwelling))rooms newly papered -
Blue Island Ill., Jan. 14, 1901. The place It looks tidy. bottles I am fully restored to my and painted throughout on
VICTORIA And her is the door. t..:. ':" usual strength, weightb and health" belt line. No.' at East Gregory street.I15.00l8torydwellin.eltywaterandbsth.. t

Messrs. Ely Bros:-I have used ; ,: .. Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, 7: rooms halt Mock of ground with. Regular Dinner Daily. iH
rACME BREWING co. your Cream Balm in my family for "It's And nicely 18 cozy arranged and bright. r,4 3-". Sidney Kahn. Cervantes beautiful shade street.trees No. JW East -
m.r 10-CKXT BOTTLE BEEn nine years and it has become my But the door doesn't bans alfraTBRTA. 112.50-1-story dwelling, Jfo 415 East Gregory R
On the hinges just right. ttreet,6 rooms, and Short Orders Promptly
bead newly papered
doctor for colds In the 'I
JN TOWN.D&NNHEIS8ER. family Boontbo liie Kind Yis Hats '' BucgK painted.

I use it freely on my children. It is "I think Til step In 1 !:pture J4..J-:. $Itl.OO-Jooo.lIlt Belmont street, C-room Filled. Night or Day.
BROS. And Just take a look. cottage, city water, newly painted, n'
a to in perfect order.
What's that They've the cheese f
4l'EN J10.50-NO. 1014 North Alcaola strl1et. a new
.S FOR THE CELEBRATEDI. Yours respectfully, "Fastened down with a hook bouse in good order with 5 rooms. It It's Something Good to Eat .
J. KlMBALL. You want a good piano tuner to 110. O-No. cut East Belmont street, city yon wish,you'll find It
I. V, Harper IUA.T- "Seems to me I have heard in Pensacola still you bold water, a neat S room cottage newly a'i. .
Messrs. Ely Bros:-I suffered danger in that, stay painted and renovated throughout.
There was back order. Bend it in. I have I lI, O-No. 1110 East LaUna street a neatly Nick Apostle'sPopular ,
greatly with catarrh and tried dif As bad, It not worse. your papered 4-room cottage In good con.

ferent remedies without effect. After Than a big pussy cat" bad 20 years' experience and have dltlon.large lot,city water.
Jfaia House-1018. Palafox street. several factories. A large list of smaller dwellings, as well
k P using one bottle of your Cream Then whisking his tall worked in piano as number of stores and offices FOtt KENT. .

Elchmge-Opp. Union Depot.p Balm I found relief and I cannot He scampered away Orders left at Johnson's book store THOS. C. WATSON & CO. Restaurant''
0. Box praise too highly such a remedy. And squeaked. "1 don't care attended to.CHAS..
2S1. Pensacola, Fla. For your cheese straws today." j will be Leading Real Estate. Rental and Insurance
Phones Miss CORA WILLARD, Horace Seymour Heeler. W. PBISSLEY. Agents,1 South Falaloi Street. /
116-268. Albany, N. Y.


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': Miss Alice Fielding, p. 214. It is a Strongest in the World

: prayer for a dyspeptic; drawn op by MATTERS IN Talk this over with your doctor. If he

; .. :, Mr. Huzard, president of the New -
ti York School of Primitive and Practical says Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is all right

Christian Sciences: The capitals BANKRUPTCYAPPLICATION The Equitable

; I...akr._*Dd.-,the 1ua PM matter.Office atPeoueola, of tbe original are followed: for your hard cough, then take it. t:; rz

"Holy Reality WE BELIEVEin

: trio:-1'1&&'. Building. Booth Thee that Thou art EVERY- Life Assurance
f'. np-aUira. WHERE present. We really be. MADE TO REFEREETO Society

line it, Blessed Reality, we do not TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. Of the United State.
pretend to believe, think we believe, Thos. Wentworth will today HENRY B. HYDE, Founder
believe that we believe. WE BE
Ttrmi: Invariably in Advance. PROPERTY SOLD. take charge of the city circulation of -
LIEVE. that Thou art :
_____IS oonTuontbi Believing:
.M TMT by Mall IV
.. ____. *M everywhere present, we believe that THE NEWS He will take subscriptions Preliminary Statement, Jan.: l, ig&,

OU Week,by Carrier,Payable Monday 10 Thou art in the patient's stomach, Yesterday an application was and collect all accounts.Mr. !. Outstanding Assurance,$l,290,0uo,0j5

HrtAititig Rates Furnished on Application in every fiber, in every cell, in every made to Hon. E K. Nichols, referee Weatworth has had large experience -
that Thou art the sole tbe Income ,OOO
as circulating of
in bankruptcy, for the court's per- manager
; TELEPHONE NO. III.t only Reality that stomach. Heav- New Assurance 275,000,1;
I)' enly, Holy Reality, we will try not mission to sell the property of the LIGHTS ALONG HIS MAJES- large daily papers, and will make l%:

to be such hypocrites and infidels Kimball Lnmber Company at Apalachicola THE NEWS service of the paper sat 360tXCt.)

ONION every day of our lives as to affirm which some time since TY'S ROUTE BE ERECTED isfactory to all. Assurance Fund and

a our faith in Thee and then immediately sought relief under the bankruptcyact. FIRST. all other liabilities... 2. ,cJCt.}
begin to tell how sick we art, Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's

.; 7 1903 forgetting that Thou art everythingand Rwamp-Root, the great kid neyiiverand Surplus '; !l.OCIJ)

msLoouTEB that Thou art not sick, and This property consists of 12,000 --- bladder remedy, are heiut distributed The largest Increase ever made In any Jv

.----- ---- ------- therefore that nothing in this uni- acres of finely timbered lands, a Mayor Jones wants to accord Pris- received here from? house,free. Have In the hIstory of the Society
< you
NOTWITHSTANDING a big; damage verse was ever sick, is now sick, or saw mill plant and necessary! buildings cus all tbe defereue due His Majestyand JAMESV.. ALEXANDER, President.
cult we note that The Metropolis cnn be sick. Forgive us our sins The Little Old Woman.
several lighters and sawn tim- has requested that: the royal JAMES H. HYDE
cartoons. Vice-President.
keeps right on publishing that we have this day talked about The experiment shown in the illustration -
line of route be given the first attention -
total value of
ber, all representing a
"MUCH ado about nothing" seems ; our backaches, that we have told is bound to find favor

to express the general opinion of the. our neighbors that our food hurts us, about 25000. of the Pensacola Gas Company with grown up people as well as with

. public regarding the Gainesville' that we mentioned to a visitor that The order for the sale was Dot in the erection of the new i young folks. All you have to do is OOWLES BKOS.,

there was a lump in our stomach, other will Welsbach lights. to paint two eyes and underneath
episode._ _ _ granted, as showings General Agents,
that we have wasted our valuable with Su- them a nose on the knuckles of your
, be made next week. Tue mayor conferred
" LET those fellows spend all the time, which should have been spentin probably index and third finger, as shown in 309 8. Palafox St., PEXSACOLA.

big money they can spare: and suffer Thy service, in worrying for fear This order was sought for the pro- perentendent C. F. Zeek of the gas the lower part of the illustration. -

with cold feet lookiug for the of the creditors company: sand the result was that The thumb the inIvYIf'
that our stomach would grow worse, tection company's pressed against -& WHY NOT THE BESTiy-'

l. north pole, but down this way we in that we have dli>obeyed. Thy bless- woo made the application. from Palafox street to the Carnival

are now inclined to luok for a fishing ed law in that kind of
thinking some the shed at the southwest corner of G ir-
The making request,

pole. __n_ ____ ___ Father medicine and would Mother help of We all know, that, and representing attorneys the creditors were den and Coyle streets, the pathwiy THE>> f.1ERC>>ANTS

IT is said that Rockefeller snffer- will ba brilliantly illuminated with '
there is no such thing as a really Messrs. Calhoun, of Mariana, Floyd,

Jng with a nervous dyspepsia whichis diseased stomach ; that the disease of Apulachicola. and Tunison & Lu!. the soft CS-candle power Welsbach 1/ J5YPIhOW TRANSFER GO.
about to doom him to starvation.
is the Carnal Mortal Mind given lamp. (
He might exclaim what does it tin, of Fensacola.
profit a man though he gain the over to the World, the Flesh and the Mr. Zeek said this morning that Having been awarded the contract:
Devil that the mortal mind is a for carrying the U. S. Mail between
whole world and loose Lis own stomach ; ANOTHER REQUEST men were not yet at work patting: the L. & N.
twist, a distortion, a false attitude, I Depot and Post Office,
? or, what would a man not give the light as the necessary materialis and also the exclusive baggage privi
the HARMATIA:! of Thought. Shining -
for a sound stomach? MADE YESTERDAY lege on all trains entering! the city
available. It will be herein
and Glorious Verity, we recognize not yet we are to
-------- prepared tran-fer bac :I'E
i- ACCORDING to the Gainesville Sun the great and splendid Fact I Yesterday creditors of S. E. Sumner plenty of time, :Mr.! Zek said, and and passengeis to and from all h>-

that city has an enterprising mayor. that tbe moment we really believe.. of Goulding, beld a meetingand I there need be held no anxiety boat teU.night.residences and trains day or

);; Hei nduced a barber to shave him the Truth, Disease ceases to trouble discussed matters pertaining to I
in time.
the lights! not beingerected
i. on Sunday, the marshall arrested us; that the Truth is that there is no the petitioner. The matter will be Prot & 1i11c crcc! Gur1c.

J the barber for violating the law, and Disease in real Body or Mind; that The gas company's contract placesno I We also I conduct a Freight Dcliv.ery

: then the mayor, who went on the ia the Mind what seems to be a disease disposed of later. Sumner con. lights on Palafox street at all, Business-haul pianos safe,

..t.. S barbers bond for his appearance at U a False Belief, a Parasite, a ducted a steam laundry here some but the brilliancy of this thoroughfare I machinery and furniture at Reasonable
: police court, fined the barber: on hateful Excrescence, and that what time since, but sold out. He is an will be attended to by the electric II Telephone Prices. your orders to F. R.Pou's .

" Monday morning f 5 and cost. The happens in the Body is the shadowof applicant for the bankrupt relief. light company.The f Livery Stables Phone 31, or
r.{ barber will in the future be on the the Life in the Houl. Lord, help ---- ---- IT IS IMJSE.dex Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's, Residence

t1. look out for confidence men. us to believe that ALL Evil is Utter. FOP Over Sixty Years.MBS. mayor's interest in the matter finger end moved up and down Phone 351.MERCHANTS.

.I THE course-----things- have taken in ly Unreal; that it is silly to be sick, WlNBLOW'8 800THIKQ SYRCP bat I i has met with good favor of the Car- will represent a toothless mouth. TRANSFER CO..

absurd to be ailing, wicked to be Seen uned for over Blity years by mUlionuo nival Association. The knuckle of the index finger
t Gainesville since the Booktr Washington mothers for their children while teething. MRS.H.H.IEALLMARICl'ropHARRY
wailing, atheism and denial of Godto forms the above it the .
Jones has alo interested nose, are :
Mayor eyes.By
It aoothft the !
: episode was sprung in that i villa perfect success. HALLMARK: Transfer Ajt.,
!t I am sick. Help us to stoutly the face with towol :
say ail wind draping a we
i iolincstae gums allays pain cures himself in roaJhed L..t X,It. .
U. city would seem to warrent the sus- providing good K.(0.,1' ami p.& A. l lv.
affirm with our eyes fixed on Tnee, j COlic,and is tbe best remedy for UiarrhoKS. have the features of an old woman, I
: 'pic ion that there was politics in that we have: no Dyspepsia, that 1 It will relieve the poor little eoBerer linmeciiattly. for His: Marty's: carriage and tboe especially Llfcctive when 'Uw light is
i it bigger'u a woodchuck. Mr. heats there is no such thing, and that i( bold by Druggluts In every pan of his attendant; and a force of men, not cry l'f1ht.Cter; a little prac- Tim
: went into the meeting called to discuss { of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle I I
' there n ill never be any such thing. tie hurt you a.. ton")Ir,. Window's euocb- with carts: and material, are working tke you will! succeed in moving; the

';r.i the invitation liKe question, factd Amen." "I lag Kyrup 'ana tttku no oilier kicd.Lousdale I up the WEst Gareu! street route in thumb, representing the lower lip JAlj Y Gtk!t1?
the music man. and during an But did you ever see a "Scientist"of i and chin, up and down \\hila you t
J impassioned speech in vindication 10 yards ::G-inch : or Fruitof !I good hape. 1
this pattern that: was not careful to ting a forg in a nasal toke! or curry I I
of his course announced himself the Loom Bleaching; \., yards. fur
I as get his or her three meals a day; was Sic, Monday only. I 'IJt.II'C.iulIO Cire.uiitH.ancp. on a i'0'i.iT.-ation: with the audk-uco( 'Iiili.'.iilc anil
I': candidate fur supetinteudeut of not exceedingly careful to have K. E. HIUWXER in the! voiceif an old woman. To
I j One was pale and siliow and the ftiiil i (;niters.!
schools Alachua county. Tl.i plenty of coal or wood on the fire in ioth.r fre-h and rosy.'hence< the make the! audience! laugh; heartily lei I Ii

will give him an opportunity to have zero weather; was not anxious to bti i I idillereuct? She who is: blushing; the old v-oinn tough and sneeze am i m.'UHllUtlU; :.. Hm

!itl it out in a square contest with his warmly clothed in cold weather, or I DEDICATED TREES I with health u-es Dr. King's New open her mouth wide while! the i is
1 .J before the people of his I Life Pills tn maintain it. By gently Family, Fancy and Staple
; opponents I laughing. To make the deception
thinly clad ou hot day?? Did not do arousing the lazy organs they comI ;
i I
. home town and county. As Mr. as much drinking of water or tea or \ ARBOR DAY I pal good digestion und head oil couMipdtinn. complete it i advisable t' stand behind : ?< Groceries, k<

heats can not state for two otlices cotl-e as the ordinary mortal: ? Try them. O.ily :23e; at :i sheet drawn aero s the room

j at once, his announcement takes Bah! On such absurd aud fal-e ,I II I\\, ". A. D'AUmbfUe, 121 r>. Poil."x and let the doll }perform a Li Punch and All Kinds of Fancy

:t1. him out of the race fur state tuper- teaching? i, otrett, lJrugi.t.II and Judy.-Xcv York Tribune. (Joods.

i intended and leaves that place to ----- II School No. 70 planted and dedicated We are Hole Distributors for \Vf*t

be filled by some one else. A Severe Cold for Three Months. I four trees on Arbor Day. II Yard wide 8ea-Jland Cotton, 10 A Ounrantrrtl Cure for I'ira.! Florida for the Celebrated Cafe dt
yards 40c, Moudav only.F. Monde Coffee, Sweet Home :Mob-
t The real I The followinz letter from A. J. Grade one dedicated a tree to :MUs! I E. RItA WNER. Itching,. Hued, r.leedinz or Protruding f-s. I llini and Climax Flours,li.iyle'sDelicatessen
'Ci purpose actuating tho Pile Your druEsin!: will refund your
Nu-baum, of B-tte-ville, Ind., tellsitsown German.AmerhcanFood I
1 leaders and moulders popular: Loftin, as her trees refuses to grow, money If PAX.U OINTMENT fails to cure
story: "I angered for three I
'en.1 THE DIRECTORS'HEARD C"'i Canned Meats; Etc. All
l!; timent in tht southern states on months with a severe cold. A druggist : although planted many times. you. 50 cents of which are sold by all flr t.cla'3

i is piepared me some medicine, Retail Grocers in the
race quetiou very poorly understood Grade two, one to Grade four. This city.
and a physician prescribed for me
Sf throughout the northern states REQUESTDirectors A p...i! Is alllht! in its
< 02-i01 SOUl IMI.AFOX
yet I did not improve. I then tried was: pleasing to the teacher: as it I >
lI I and nut clearly comprehended even Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight place, but it tunics so late.-(JalvestonNews.

by many in tbe South who are not des cured me." Ktf Use substitutes. showed good feeling between the .

given to a serious contemplation of W. A. D'Alemberte. I large uud Email pupils. of the Street R iil way PENSACOLAjPressing
--- In order to be a pcntloinan many a !
'1 tbe future of our country. lu !olaud'J Grade three dedicated their tree to
with President
THE WHITELY EXERCISER.Miss System met Northup man has to forget hiuisdf.-Saturday
:( inK for white supremacy, with a Mr. John Eagan, to show their sym yesterday afternoon and talked over Enuiu; l'ut. Club
t(1 separation as far as possible politl- Nina Williams, an expert
pathy with Hula Pearl Eagan, who the of the employes for more I
t. | cally and socially between the demonstrator of the Whitely Exerciser Two arc company until they're made

,I whites and blacks, tbe white people will give public exhibitions of is a pupil of Xo. 70. I money. The board: talked! over the 1I1r.altimorluer (-lU._ FOR CENTlEMEN.

:' of the southern states are adopting the best method of using this most Grade four planted a tree in mem- matter and left the reply with President IZI'tl.IO: : critK, >o 1'\Y. I

:j, the only course they can discover to't popular, healthful and bentficial ory of Clara Sweating who met such I Northup, who this niornhg Your druggist will refund your money If

guard agdiu the production of a Exerciser, in the (how windows of a sad and tragic death during the gave it to the committee from the PAZ OIN1M.: falls to cure Ringworm, i One Dollar Per Month
!'t| mongrel population in this the fair- .. F. B. Bruce's store, No. 15 South I Teller Old! Ulcers and hores Pimples and
holidays. Clara was much beloved association. BUckheuUs on the face, and all bkin diseases. ; In Advance to Membership.
3 est land ou earth, aud to preserve Palafox, on the 9th, 10th and 11th .
5 the An,:lo-Haxon blood pure from .1 of February. The public I is: cordially by schoolmates and teachers. The employes will hold a meeting 60 cent) i Clothe Cleaned and Pressed a?
often as desired.'our Clothes
,t' 'j 4 admixture with the inferior African. invited to witness these most in- The grades made their own selec after the car top to.itht and the ---- --- - --- i sent for and delivered. Call at

1 They know the teudaucy and the structiae exhibitions. 5flw tions. The number of viitors was I committee will then make the com I Valentines Jjj South l'alafox and Join the
l t, result. All }history proves it. There -- -- --- I I a* i ili \ Club.Laiiss'.
The finest line of sterling;: silver small, but the program was greatly pany's r ply known. ii
here and tbe I
lea race prejudice now
I j'jods and silver novelties is to be It credit the i Plain Skirts!
only concern of the white people i is found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to enjoyed. was a to President Northup said: this morning i: a Specially!

! f: that it may not only be perpetcated !I please all. I. pupils as it was gotten up ia a hurry. ; the request; of his men was regarded 1 Mardi Gras Yours for Neatness,

but emphasized as sears go by. It is I The pupils tock a great interest in by the b.nrd us not an uu-
We will lauuutr spreads for
,l, by this means: that the hope ia held :115 c *nU each and make your tnetn look their program this; year.A 'I rea-onable: one, and he was of the G. W. IRWIN.Hot .

14 out to a patriotic people that their like 1".. Star Laundry. -- I Opinion that things would be settled -

decendauts shall hot iu the course ofII' i -- -- Thousand Dollars Tt'rcwn Away j I to the eminent sati-factnn: of Goods & < tOur

i j time be a hybrid race, a disgrace to Mr. W. W. Baker, of Piaiuview,]! all. ----- Chocolate with
I their proud ancestors. Animated I ScrofulaIt Xeb., writes: "My wife had lung I| Nearly t'otffi.H Hit Li If. Block is now ready.'al.. : Whipped Cream at Solomon's. -
with this l-igh and patriotic purpose,
II' trouble for over fifteen ;J ears. We .
all of m \Vahlugton A runaway almost ending fatally, entines of all sizes
acts persons power at I i is commonly inherited. I tried a number of doctors and spent 'l shapes, and
to establish political or started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
free from it. over a thousand dollars without any j I Sentimental and Comic.
Few price
I arc entirely
equality between the two races in' i.I I J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. : STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
iU I Pale weak children aro.. relief. She was very low and I lot j I
'r the South is viewed by the white puny For four years it defied all doctors Mardi Gras Supplies: such as !!
all when friend
hope. a suggested
afflicted with it in nine cases out of i
and remedies. Bucklen's Arnica
people with resentment and alarm. and Tar
trying Foley's Honey Wire and Character !
Paper I
ten, and many adults suffer from it. which I did; and thanks to this I Salve had no trouble to cure him. 'etWf'e11 I'eriRacola and 'liiton-llllil

TTMRS. Common indications are bunches in great remedy, it saved her life. She I Equally good for Burns, Bruises; Masks, Cambic and Silk Domi- : Itu.... I)ally Fxcept Sunday
AN ANSWER ( Is stronger and enjoys better health i I
II the neck, abscesses, cutaneous erup- than she has ever known in ten Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. nos, Masks, False Beard and "CITY OF Al\lPA."

tions, iufiamcd eyelids, sore ears, years.: We shall never be withoutFoley's A. D'Altniberte's Drug Score, 121 'I
EDDY and Tar and South Palafox Wigs, Co tume Bells,G.)li: and -.T Milton __ 55 am Lv l'.nucollI"pOft
and Honey would street.
rickets, catarrh, wasting, general I UPf:>ob.olaV.m Ar Milton. iOJSm
ak those afflicted to try it." W. A. !
; debility. D'Alemberte.The i iI Silver Braid, Fringe and Fare.flue; Hound tripIl:00.
I Soft Finished 7 8 Bleaching, warranted -
Editor Dally News. Hood's Sarsaparilla finest line ot umbrella in the I no dressing, Monday only, 10 Spangles.: Call early and select -
city is at J. I. Stephens'., Go lookat yards 40c at JEWELER
Please [ublish the enclosed prayer and Pills them. F. E. BKAWNEK'S. your outfit. We will lay I IN HIS

in partial answer to an article enti- and absolutely -- -- them aside for you until
Eradicate it -
I tled "Christian Science Truths" by This statement is ba>cd on the 82 oo per barrel. A. V. CLE fins, needed.

Jlrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy that appeared thousands of permanent cures these Corner Bru and Garden ntrttts. oysters! toiay. Try them. -
in your issue of Thursday. medicines have wrought. APOSTLE.
Tables of quality for the I I have moved my jewelry store to
:t'l'n..CRI BER. ..My daughter had scrofula, with eleven Hot French Waffles with : COE'S BOOK STORE.
I 120 South Palafox, formerly occa-
hall I
Dining room library
seres on her neck and about her ears. IIoo4sSarsaparilla :i Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. '
The fJllowing sample of "Chris j Bass & Co. and now
pied by am
l was highly recommended and I and pallor at ,Marstonnuina's. $ UJIJ Minih I'alaf-i Street
tian Science" is quoted by SamuelLloyd j she took it and was cured. !She Is now in i iI. i better prppared than ever to give

Luckey in the Journal of good health. MBS. J. H. Jccrrs, Tarter ... I c.Lt.. 6 "!." 0 :I:_I). 6 .PEXolACOI.FLOIUDA.- : great bargains in diamonds,watches, j
Physical Therapeutics from one of i City, md.hood's. j I. O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture < .tb. !".* "J to A! 'R '-. ----- - I jewelry, etc. Call and see ae snd

the Eddyite publications. 'Faith 'I Sarsaparl'.la: : !premises to cheaper than any other house in : '}: $?'i'.4. d ; I Try Gnntlier's Candies at II let me convince you.J. .

Healing and Christian Science:! ," by curo and keeps the promise. I'the I Y. I-cu" (' Solomon's. 1. STEPHENS.:!

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A New Catarrh Clue Which Is Ilapid- I. J. FOSHEE.Yloe-Pnald.nt! ; JOHN PFEIFFER, Aii't Cashier. -.

WANTS PLACE ly Coming to the Front.
J For several years, Red Gum, Blood
t root and Hydrastin have been recognized -
as standard remedies for catarrhal -

FILLED OUT WITH OVER TWO troubles, but they have always Designated Depository of the United States.

been given separately and only
Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 25, 19O'J.
MILUON FEET OF TIMBER very recently an ingenious chemist

succeeded in combining them, to- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. ,

AND LUMBER.The gether with other antiseptics into a Loans and Discounts...................... 112921.81 Capital Stock ...... .... ............... .... $200.000.00 = '
Overdrafts Secured and Unsecured........ 2301.17 Surplus ...... .......... .... .... ...... ...... 20,000.00 ;
pleasant, effective tablet. U. S. Bonds and Premiums.............. 213,806.87 Undivided Profits..................... .... 5,590.34 i '
Druggists sell tbe remedy under Stockssecurities, etc... .................. 2,62500 Rediscounts............................... 10,287.61 i
British steamship Cbatton, the name of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets Furniture and Fixtures................... 6,71843 Circulation............... ........ .... ..... 125,000.00
and it has met with remarkable [. R. Stamps.................... .......... 6582 Deports................................... 461,604.35
Capt. Sanderson, which cleared yes success Cash and Exchange....................... 153,943.12 F
in the cure of nasal catarrh,
terday, out as large a timber
bronchial and throat catarrh and in ,

and lumber cargo as has ever been catarrh of the stomach.Mr. Total.......... .... .......... ...... ...... 822382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ....... .... $822,382.30 !

sent from Pensacola, and there are F. N. K. Benton whose ad. This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
business courteous and careful attention.
several shippers who say they will dress is care of ClarkHouse: TroyN. your prompt er'

send out greater cargoes before many Y., says: "When I run up against 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.'t.

weeks. anything that is good I like to tell .
people of it. I have been troubled
The Chatton'a cargo consists of with catarrh more or less for some B. H. FAIRCHILD, I ;G. W & co "G. W & ctr,;' '' ''I'to. '.
r = ; :
183OoO feet of lumber i1
superficial time. Last winter more than ever.
E. K. Nichols, whose picture 967,005 square feet sawn timber and Tried several so-called cures, but did ikiU
not get benefit from them.
H here produced, Ii another 15,000 cubic feet of hewn timber for any ,
About six weeks ago I bought a fifty aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt 1
Dunkirk, and 1,071,000 superficial _
in the who .
jr)1 cent box of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets /.

walib: gIlt to active the mantlewiirubth' feet of lumber and 198000 square and I am glad to say that they have Phone 4BO. For One Week, Commencing Monday, February 9th, U l

h'eUiiied States: dist feet of sawn timber for Liverpool, dose wonders for me and I do not --- 'Q _
altogether valued at J34.802. hesitate to let all my friends know R. K. WHITE,
:;(? al. ra>y. Mr.Nichols is a good ...EXTRAORDINARY SALE... : t:
H. Burs: & Co. shipped this immense j that Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are the Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler
Itvrvvr, enjjyia.; a ;g'od practice ;
right thing. and Graduate Optician,
:i1 :d I i- a: present holding trio oflice of cargo. I i Mr. George; Cassanova: of Hotel

r, '.rte m bankruptcy for this i illsin The steamer was until recently I:, Griffon, West Ninth street, New 11 Sotth! P Utox St., rriMCOlt,FUJtudng's REMNANTSI It

I--t.I't.ti. : engaged! on regular ruas between f York City, writes: "I have com- - !
--- -- Tablets lie Best
menced using Stuart's Catarrh ; /w $c.
tnre for .onvuiiiption is a Peusacoli: and Tampico with the I .
and already they have given me '
j.'a-a::t inJ tllectuul! itiucOy for 'Olaaton; but since the August Belmont results than catarrh ;: .t
better cure
, ,,,_ .-, :hil c->ld-. 2jJ.IMPORTANT : h:is been found satisfactory I I have! ever tried" any BAD !()'j, SHORT LENGTHS of Everything in Piece Goods collected and I'ri I:$

( placed on Center Counter. Every Marked" in Plain
i piece 1
her return from England these sister; A leading physician Pittsburg NEGROWITH
TO II! advises the = of Stuart's Catarrh Figures. When you have: looked them over you will be coaV n e
ships hava been withdrawn and bath i A RAZORRichard o vinced the Great Values. :
I I Tablets in preference to any other
P. 0. EMPLOYES will go to Europe loaded. I treatment for catarrh of head, and o OUR BUYER i iq off for the Eastern Market, and we nut Ifi;

I The Glanton will carry a mi-cella- ; throat or stomach.He "Q.>> clear out the-e Odd Lots to make room for Xew serviceable Goods. .q
I nexus( cargo: to Bremen.A claims they are far superior to' Alexander, a negro, was I

inhalers, salves, lotions or powder bound over to the county authorities'
in the J
P.)-tnii-ter General Payne ia a record timber businesshas \Vc are Shown;; a Great Collcclion
and are much more convenient and this, morning: for carrying concealed of V .:tell :IJ.IS for Wal-ts: l1ul 39c yard :
ciauhr aau<>uiic"s that all lettereerrlrr been established during the first pleasant to take and are so harmless the I'rit.c iO.! ..... ...... ...... ...... .... per :
A of assault and ci oo
weapons. charge
Istx I working days of the
: present
+ borrowing money at ex- that little children take them with .1.

irbtuut "Intere -t" rates and in I month, the daily average shipments benefit, as they contain no opiate! battery has been preferred againsthim / Keep yonr eye on this space as each change will contain (>j ;1't

tli'ir being over one million feet. The cocaine or poisonous drug.SENSATION also. valuable information. ,
to ,
an'mats beyond means repay 'J I \ .
house figures are 0,819- Alexander got mad yesterday .1 -t"
will be dismissed from the ser- I exact custom

TKMr.. Payne holds that: borrow- OJO superficial feet, and 19,658 cubic IN when a woman did not cook a steak 2 .$ GREENWATSON & CO. .$ : \
clearances the fast enough and tried to cut her \
feet. Today's ran
1.BMs an incentive to dishonesty ont
' average a great! deal. throat after beating her. iDiUa.G.. lit. & CO"'r'r VG. VY. & COY i '!':
:e ut of clerk., and the head of "" "
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:'.' ji.?to11;e department proposes TO CCHK A COLD IX ONE DAY PILOT BOARD scaped an Awful Fate ------ tl"'.1 tS

t.. wt-d: oat men in the hands loan Take Laxative lirorao Qalnine Tablet Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn, Fla., ,' !
This 8 &afore fffljf. f on every --
frlur'r. box. 2 c. f-K writes: "My doctor told me I had

1: i* : SPECIAL MONDAY. r done for me. I was given up to die.
-:" ;'- :.' "al that it is a ccmmon I O'BRIEN TO WORK OR FOR. The offer of a free'trial bottle of Dr. ICE CREAM S ,
.. 30 inch Fltchville Bleaching, 10 I' SODA
1 carriers to borrow ,
\ -at i I' r tier j King's New Discovery for Cons,*tmpI -J t
for CO I
yards ;, Monday only.
f\:" :, ISM: ,is .'.J give orders on thejrui i F. E. BRAWXEK. j I tion, induced me to try it. Results i HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES
were startling. I am now on theI
l -. I r.ctice lit become --- --- ---
\.1! and I road to recovery and owo all to I)r. -ATTrainer's y:
: : i'! measuresH CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S
King'sew Discovery. It surely
.. Eighteen pilots who are members ..
.. : .. t :.1 i- i'-k"ii to stop it in saved life." This great cure is
No. 30 South Palafox street, for your of the regular Pilots Associationfiled my ;
I ,;" .r guaranteed for all throat and lung:
I electrical work. He is prepared to a petition with the board of di-ea5 by \V. A. D'Alemberte 121 Confectionery ::

Hot R,ills. at :5 ., lOc do you a flrst-cla: job at moderate South PaUfox street. Price 60s and
pm pilot commissioners yesterday morn Trial bottle free. +l FIRST DOOR NORTH: OF THIESEN BUILDING. .>.t.tx :
do:.. at Solomon's. prices. Phone 203. I $1.00. __ h _. __ .
ing requesting; that Captain J. Ed. cxxc x : .
10 4 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting, ; Jt'1
: O'Brien be summoned and show Monday only, :22c: a vard.F. :
cause why he should not assume the
----- --

rr-- ? y \ REMARKABLE SHOWING I duties of a regular pilot or fofeit hU I AN ART STUDIO. DR. J. H. MOCK {

UW 7&2 -- sj j license and therefore loose his usual i'
J I have opened a studio in room 9,
8 A f J[ 1n -OF- \ prorata. Salisbury block, where I will give

art/ I! The petition allowed Captain 0'- lessons in my own system of drawing :
a :
Brien seventy-two hours to render -called "Black and White"al50 -

I ru an answer. It was received:: by the in French Pastel painting and i
I :: <<.\L\ ID Newspaper and Magazine Illustrat
: .;. t.(,"' m.d l'll GOODS 'I board, but nothing was done with it. icg. 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. '
I C fi i As President of the National Association -
<2522s252525252r5"c.S I have taught large classes in every
i I of Bar Pilots, Capt. O'Brien town in Georgia and in many of the

Laces and Embroideries.: ill illI J I,, is on,being an now indefinite in Washington leave of conducting absence -- offer female you colleges an experience of the South of,twenty-so can --S FLA.- "1;;.-,;'.

I - -- ---- -- --- \( )) I five years. In the studio will be t't :
I flghte for Interest of pilots. found the choicest collection of II. G.
DeSHn & Co.
I This Store is an Advance Fashion Sheet of \( ?I The board realized this, and therefore crayon work ever shown by a single; ,

I Late Fall and Early Spring. i f took no action in the matter. It artist and an invitation is extendedto t
I Manufacturers and Dealers In .-
...WASHABLES... II will perhaps lay dormant until the everyone to come and see" it. My
terms for instruction moderate.
- -- next regular meeting, the time of are Sash, Doors, Blinds,
., \\"'E'n.* : made more than ordinary elfin to make this showing I which is the first Friday in each r t Shingles

':up.; :, to avid PX (hl'ive. Pay it n vUit. It will be both was ;
mouth. The February meeting
; ,- a'I'l' und yeti will po hnnii, have a sewing fit, In i I I VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
I held and unless other -
yesterday some i
it ,.ou niij* bb om tu; in rivalry with the flrt buds of t I : Builders'? Materials

:. : \ i very important things come up, I ,

u____ t ) there will be no other session until Of the large number of lots recent- Brick and Lime.
( I ly purchashed by )lr. O. M. Pryor 1

Embroideries Laces, Galoons March 6. and placed on sale to desirable purchasers _S __ _. S='- ToloiDliono No. 11. W r
and Laces and AII-Overs. many have been sold but !Ii
gT j Competition on the bar is as keen
,.rl"'-- -an- ;:ai.;=;;ortniejitin. A collection such-aa you ., ( I i as can be, and a pilot from eah: faction -I some of the choicest are still held by I Hot French Waffles with 1 1I

': .:ke thi, sG>reeu-i- seldom see outside the ()rpatEvtrythin 'I/ :1 was placed aboard the British him.He Florida Cane Syrup at
will sell to actual settlers
II :t.; rpgarda! quality! Iptroroli ?:: tint: ) (f I I I on Solomon's. GEM f \ BOOK 8TOREVALENTINES L
x i':. I wi-b. As cheap or high asyou ; ; YI""*terday. One of the seceders assumed terniiiud tu build up this property. I
5c to $2.00. Wl-.ll. 1 I Do you want a ma uiflcentrater: I
I ___ : the wheel and brought; her for little money? If rill, call "'t 1 I -
I'I'i I You can get house I
Wash Goods.A to the wharf.Happiness. your Stephens, the j jewtler.; He will accommodate
Waist Materials, White.Colored I -- -- I II I furnished complete with you.

wide range of neat I I I is tho proper good of i iI I elegan, furniture at .llarI .
: ,
: -.1 and ,tock never df'ct* in stripes and plaids. health i-i indispensable i I
human etTort, and -
) I ston $ Quin a'. on
'mli easy payments -
1 coniplpteVTV TWO EX IRA SPECIALS: : to it-take Hood's.Harsaparilla. DR. F. E. BRUCEHas
--ur. 1\ ,
iunicthinghere \ weekly or monthly. SENTIMENTAL
t:iiicj. The p.i-p- FOR THIS WEEK. ; .
: i nat.-11.tcerized.fad.: A. F. C. and Gold Medalrt i ( returned and resumed pr.Lcticf.1

,- 4 I'Kjue15 -, Zephyrs lOc } You will consult your best inter- Office 2'.'!:, WestGovernme-ntSt., !' ...SOUVENIR CARDS...

: S'J inch Scotch Madras to 0. M. Pryor if you
ests by
to 60c yard. per yard........... ... IDC going Salisbury: Baildiajr.CllKAV ILLUSTRATED
I 1 I want furniture. He is in position to ..a Telephon.e J..43. POSTAL CARDS,
-- --- ( sell cheaper than any other house in
I ( % Iv -

_ _
i'( 1- .. ..
I> \)iE FASHION SAYS MADRAS AND PIQUE UNTIL : you should visit the Union depot -- .., - ------
or be in that vicinity, don't fail S EITH E U the c'neuj
( ( in at Goldrtng's, No.Ssaloon d1i j nor conslzuces
to drop
J. H. Mu'erIII bfo
T rare here in all Styles and Weaves-both White and Colored. ( ;, You will receive a hearty welcome iponsibie for debts contract re- Stationery,
( ed by the crew ot said TPB;;..I.ABbO.
and find the choicest brands of liquors
$1.00, $1.25, $1.60 $2 00, $2.25 up to $3.75. l kept in the city. 4r To Order. FRS leptaln.NK. Periodicals,

MEAT & MALT has a marvelous Goods
dietetic value. W bile refreshing and
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\\ J. I'0h'it '1 UK: t f.Kf AS WILL.h TIIK ( ': pleasant to take, it helps assimilation Pictures and Frames. ;

E ; I i of food. Bold byDANNHEISSER
our Window of $1.50 Winners.lVk 1 : BROS.
'' '' i C. R. TAYLOR, I :

) v'BuCO"'R 1 BES i I i FOR LUMBERCall Artistic Shoemaker, \J. tJ 1\. joju21HS \\1 ,., O"f

on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. RPtiLic Ph0t0gI\'aphg
: : I for estimates. before placing
__ ___ __ ,, Phone No.23. 9 South; Palafox St. I I 204 2' S. Palafox Street. '
.s: -:: ____ __ -" :::: your orders for lumber dl6-lm U1H P.UAIOXST.


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eggshell is porous and filth on It

Best medicinal uses affects the meat. BOOT ANH 5HDE MAKER

of chillies were ,
Six hundred tons pro- i

dun'd last year in Zanzibar. L REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT

yOU physician! win ten you that you should always have some trod whiskey to the Noise says Health Is one of the Wholesale: and Retail Dealer in Shoes,; Leather & Findings.
house. For accidents,fainting spells,exhaustion and other emergency ease, It relieve greatest foes to health that is encoun-
and revives.But you must have good whiskey pure whiskey for poor whiskey,adulterated t"rulin city l.fe.: HELVETIA 'PIIOXE 514. GOT SOUTH P ALA FOX 8TKKKT.
whiskey may do decided harm. liAYSEB WHISKEY ia just what yon need for It goes
direct from our own distillery to you,with all its original strength richness and flavor The average French person uses sx -- -
pounds of coal In a year. The average
and AGE and saving the dealers'enormous profit We have over a Quarter of ft ten MILK CONDENSING Cc J. E. DUBUISSOX % BROTHER
English uses pounds.
million satisfied customers exclusively family tradewbo know it is best: for medicinal person ,
purposes and prefer it lor other uses. Tsars why YOU should try it. Your money Walt :Money orders, the value of which ,
are not satisfied.Direct 01L En TAUHAGONAND INTEXDI;XCI.\ STIlKETs.
you had not been drawn brought $500.000

to the UnKlish government last year. Dealers in

from distillery to YOU Three sharks have been captured at
Pensance. England, within the past "" Did notice the diffcrtnoe tOur
SIYlS DlaI.ra' Priors PrwmliAdil tint loo II month. The last measured six felt In | between you country ever milk and city milk j j ,

length. U you have you will find there is just Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate
w much difference between and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and '
It is estimated: that the bees of the can be
I Pet Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given n* During the
United States have produced duringthe
HAUlER WHISKEYPURE Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.
season just closed! if7.000.000 worth


A national technical! Institute will t>ctocated

SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE in Indianapolis The fund for P.O. Box 326. J. C. DuMsson & Bro..

its erection has 1)1startl'd by a present PHONE 66.

of 10,000 from George McCulloth. :: Creamand Fnniily Grc corr.fmta. .
all the other brands. When
4 An nr'ortunate: Lrlckmaker at IIo- you buy Evaporated Cream look
O PREPAIDWe for the above\ cap label. That l\a.A.:
QUARTS nun, ( !.,na. has been fined 20,000 label is our guarantee and every -. .. v ery
IJ-! *s for a Uli.;JI'I'oJ. The alternative can is of uniform richness and s

will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYJTER'S SEVEN- was to be beaten and handed over to a absolutely no unsightly pure.clots You will in Pet see I (SCCCKSSOK TO VERY t WOOLFOtK.)
YEAK-OLU I RYE for liCO, and we w Ill pay the express charges Try it and mnmLirin.A Brand. It Mows smoothly from
Uyouduu't gad it aU rh'ht and liS good as you ever used or can buy from the can and is pleasing to the IMPORTER AND JOBBER OrI
anybody else at any price, send it back at our expense and your 13.20 will be ovcmcnt 1 is on foot fer the erec- eye. Ask your dealer for I
returned to you by nut mail. Just think that offer over. How could it be ,, tins of a memorial iu narr1.. i:
  • r fairer: ? If you lire not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better let us
    St'nl1you a trial order. It you don't want four quarts yourself, get a friend to I mi1.'T's to the memory of the thirteen LHLKCONDENSING HARDWARE.:
    join you. Shipment made iu a phin scaled case with no marks to show what's ui.'rt.M who suffered at the stake in CO.Atl.'rirnl I

    inaide.Orders for Ariz..Cal. Co!..Mano.: Mont.N>v..N.Me*.. Ore.,Utah: Wash tLat torn.Maa i Ihghtand, III. Iron, NaiN Axes Hhevf l N, Haw Mill and Krenmboat
    or Wyo. must he on the basis of 4 Quarts for S4.OO by Expret
    A named SonrivIefT has been
    arrn find
    Supplies, Cooking Heating Htoves Paint Oils
    Prepaid u SO quart for 81G.OO by Freight 1'repaid.
    II !la St. rttersl-un on the chargeof Window Ola?:;. Guns, Pirtola and Fishing Tackle.

    Write our nearest office and do it NOW. his -------- - -
    murdering wife her
    Ly piercing I Agate and Tinware aim lIon\ efarllisltilt Goits.AGENS
    brain the with Dewey on (be'Ianeneera.Admiral .
    through ear
    Ion; Let,in. l>owey. commander of the ,I t FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANY ""
    four squadrons oir-iposiK' the licet as- Revere
    In Netherlands, where electricityis Giant Htitched Belting, Northampton Emery

    101 DISTOLIBT. Tao, 0. ESTABLISHID 1846. rapidly taking the place of pas and em'.Kd: for the maneuvers in the Caribbean Wheel: Co., Liftin & Rind Powder Co., John,Il'" KU-
    ... said before II'a'lnrl b. somine Iron Kin and Buck Stoves,
    oil fur lighting, incandescent bulbs are just and Ranges, Wm
    sold for 12 cents each and nerst lamps ington: Coups & Co.',; Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a
    - -- -- Made Railroad Colors.
    fur 48 cents. "'I'llI. maneuvers win undoubtedly be

    OVEn THE OCEAN. SAFES FOR THE HOME. The pathological museum of Professor of great value to the navy and the pub- Masonic Temple $ Pensacola, } )a.
    He ought to look on them with as much
    at contains ,OOj -
    Cunningly hidden i:n'D From the i interest do the officers and the -
    as men.
    Many ImtcuT shops In the east of
    preparations. It Is by far the largest
    E't"" of Sor\au .As to their and first J. A. VAN PELT. J- C. VAN PELT.
    London have been closed\ because of and most valuable institution of its t-cope purposes

    I the high prices of meat.A The clumsy! mfe which formerly held kind In the world. antI most Important arc the assembling

    lady who advertises In a SurreyEndandl the precious stones and documents of By sucking up the binding materialof and mobilization of the fleet To bring VAN PELT BROTHERS
    the has abolished
    wealthy practically together these Important commandsand ,
    J ( kltchen-
    rewspajH-r or n the macadam bicycles do more damage -
    la the homes of those who can form a test of this magnitude at a
    maid offers the of bicycle.In .
    use a
    to roads than horsed vehicles declares GARDEN STREET GROCERS
    afford to keep abreast of the times in given place and a given time will be a ,
    a report on diseases of the car in the surveyor of the Chorley
    such and in its have
    the German army Dr. Villaret recommends rural district council England.In valuable experience___ Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of
    been introduced
    curiously wroughtplaces
    prohibition! of nil diving head- 1S90 the United States had lOG
    nf concealment which the

    foremost. professional button Inane Verbosity. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
    y burglar wculd have great factories and In moo had 23S,

    Gla8lIwI'Otllm1)) corporation decided dlluculty: in finding. A little secrecy with a capital of 4210000. using annually "Don't you think that Mrs. Chatson ,

    rece-.tly to apply for powers to borrow material worth $2,803,000 turning Is quite a brilliant has been found to be worth more than Ddicacacies of the Season.
    f7.:;u.KA) for the erection of houses a f for the more words than one I ever met." Our Goods are Arriving Daily and can
    poor. home or office safe is a direct invitation There are 2S7 tnists. The total any you Always Rely on Getting the

    u; TWl.nty'I;:('S and thirteen plantations to a burglar. lie Knows that amount of capital stock issued by the -Life. Best, Freshest and Cheapest.

    have III'\'!! established! on the 51.- the jewelry! and spare ea hand trusts scheduled Is $5.S03.231.COi; ) > and

    :.1) acres of land ticijuired during the valuable documents are kept there. cf bonds outstanding $llCSi.217.1'"il, Such Is the flexibility of our languagethat VAN PELT
    " last Jews in 1'lII'-.tllll' making total a noble brute may be either a BROTHERS
    twenty 1'ul'sllr Otherwise why have a safe in the a capitalization of $'jti-,-

    .\ silver penny minted at UrNtol, There is hardly a man who 41", ;: 1. thoroughbred SL ISernard or a rascally ,

    1,,glaml.: Iu tu-! rrizii!: of lid ward I. dins nut at ')ll1e time have ooiisidera-\ One cf the most prevalent maladies: foreign fortune; seeker. Washington TELEPHONE NO. 231. *\C.\C.\C 31 EAST GARDEN ST.The .

    bias just been unearthed ia that city j LJ'allllI.I..s In his homo whIch he contracted In potteries I Ii paralysisfrom Times. -. -- --- 1 i I -

    'i4 during !'01Hel: \alos f .r a new water I must intru-t to his private safe. load pol!: E. W. PEAKE
    main.; The most ingenious r.iethed of mod a pottery center of 1:1111.1.elt'll'ic : Star

    pty Crpl -- red Tor It. era safe builders is to construct a re- baths Lave been installed for No. 30 South Palafox street keeps I, Laundry,

    A kind heartc1Vu bin? (''\ wornr.n ceptacli' fur \uluiiblis in the walls, its cure. call bells, wires and all kinds of j i

    : paid a visit t-) New Oilcans wb"c ue t'.oiT or cullnss: ;; of the hous" The The turn over of 2,000 co-operative Biggest Busiest Best I
    electrical supplies. Have him do [
    shipping: season en tie river was at its work is as ingenious as it is effective. societies! In Europe List year was $jIlO.- 1 ,

    'r t height nr.d ns the J loading or ualoidinR! An expert examines the different: parts (UUO.OiiO. In 1603: It amounted to only your work. Call phone 203. 1I j jSALVE II I jI I

    of a big: river buat is one of the mot of a room selected for the purpose and $_;;OaOOk1O. Co-operative Mores are I

    Interesting things iniasInaMe; to watch finally hits upon a place! where concealment In successful operation In thirtyeightcities : C:3BTOItIIL.Beanthe I

    ' Fhe went one day to the levee 'here a can l.e made the most effective. In California.The Ai avs I They Speak

    steamboat, ona of the largest: afloat A square of a couple of feet or more is Dinners of the German warship S1gnLM! G& : I

    m'l was discharging: its cargo. The Mate taken out of the plaster: and n chilled Kaiser Frledrich II I. have made a new J.

    tf 1 cf the Vessel stood at the gangplank! steel safe is. made to fit in the hole thus record for accuracy of fire. With a

    $l.j und diroetrtl the operations! of the roeIi made. The inside of the safe is lined fifteen centimeter gun they lired tight ,.ar.a,s w ara1 t for f TheiselmL 1 0*

    p:ro rUII-ttLlutJ.: lie w.s I Iud ,voiced with plush for holding diamonds and : shots n minute at a moving target all the most heallnc: saiwe in UVA worldCHOICEST

    as a mate s-hnuM b.A, and he bellowed precious: jewels, aid there are compartments of which were hits. -- We let the Shirt, Collars

    nUll nxirol s.;.1 sivoro nil tow and for bills and valuable Ol'U- i I The dairy products of WIsecmsiu now and Cuffs: we Launder speak for

    [f then kicked t'ijiiiunuviully! i-low! ort ments.Vlu litii d in its niche in the rival hi value all the animals :;cold each I II themselves. They will talk louder

    tt t lipid negro alai a itir. Cle nep-o wall ceding: or floor the most II1Jrn-1 being worth about $:.' ,(KHI.IMM) per annum. -OFAT- I .Lauwecan. We want to be judged

    . \ rived so many blowb that the \'."ash- ious i'art t'f the contri\aice! is Little more than half of tht

    ig: ii: ;ton v.-o-aaii's: sympath'es: were ; mad'by an exp rt. The openins cf the state la ia farms. The average area ort more by the work we do than by

    i tfl 'll"ouortl."Ien site ciil l endure the i safe tkur is i iiiaile so carefully that It : farm Is 117 acres. FRUITS A AND D CORFECTiORERI what we say.

    : mate's utility: toward him no longer, ap\ :). ars as if the side of the wail mocsoutward Mme. Currle, in nn account of experiments

    f i4 she walked over t.j wh.rt1 the neirrojtfsol ; ;1if by majrie. The pin;g In which she has Mimedvd in -

    +f l and<< :?IH.-- to !.!!:!. \V-y: dj yea which! couuols the mechanism is often obtaining pure chloride of radium has C. APOSTLE'S ALL WORK c. o. D. GJcds caM far ail Dslirerei Free

    1; Uow that man tn s-trsUe you :inJ curse concealed in the picture molding or taken the opportunity for determining TELEPHONE
    ' ; J 14. 27 GARDEN ST.
    t j ns h"1 1't..osT t-\i\ k u.-Ued. The ci''iiice: souse distance from the safe
    t you > neproJuoLcd the atomic weight of radium and states 14 East! t-iiEratm St.l
    : ;it !.. r i.i mi l laviiKhuwcil i-ef.! WALKER INGRAIIAM
    t Mirprisf > definitely thut it I Is 1TJ3, within a unit. i Manager.
    r.l! lilt tit' tli in a :jrri'i. "Law, I! To nake It doubly! sere so that no The horse population in Kentuckyhas Formerly Cordova KestaurantHtaiii': IO:1e ,

    miss," pa'd he, (111..N; "! di n't wind o'i. wniiM: acfidcr.tally touch the spring;: .-.
    ,f-'. > i now reached SOO.OtK; ) ) and the CornCrv.p car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 u
    I: him. ll's: piM for t'i; that tame as and reveal the hi ,h'nafe, with itstrcs're I
    for this will exceed > < I IGOLAY
    year $o OlIJO),- to $2.00 pf-r Cozen WICK
    I'a1 f.T toi'l': >, thi-re is usually a seiondsprlns. : &
    41 IKII-.I (Mil) iu value. The average farm is t "' CO.
    --- ----- The first one consists! chieflyin
    I : Sprouted; ..trnIi. ninety-three acres, and but :2 ('('utof ,
    removing;: a small; piece of the mold
    :ni the farmers of the state are colored.In = =*
    sister had
    My a laby tuoth whichnmltil
    ilg: wooden lia;:e of the rim and this Plumber
    I a bill climbing competition for Gas and Steam
    pulling! llrotlier: Charlie, tliM-IiM-H lIolhil' but a bare surface ofwood. fitter
    rgtd live, said h.' soul pull it for her A little examination will show.bnvevir I motor cars up Mount Veutoux, near Grist and Corn deal )Mills ,

    f which i Carpentras, the steepest hill road In
    he did.; tfou'ral days afterward

    'If the new t situ h. Witch I.aj just pushedthrnnsjli d.uded; into, that little this square wooden lines.surface One o is! : France M. Cauchard the winner completed 9. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, No. 6 South Pnlafox Street.All .
    the guns and could bo plainlyfwa I these squares holds the second hiddensprin i 13 -4 miles In 27m. li>l. The Maaufaotcren Kinds at Plamblng and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand
    ; gradient in places was one In twelve.SI. .
    was dlxcovcred by Charlie, and
    J ?. ly pressing It in a certain wayit UHOICEMtLANIiPUItEGItOUKE TKIj&PHOlfE. r '. rICK IA. n.A.
    J Le said: Cauchard used a French motor car
    i wi1! spring;: open the door of the safe
    ) "Why. that mean thing! 1 thought located probably half a dozen' feetaway. of seventy horsepower. STOCK FEED. -

    I; I pulh-d It clear out, and here it Is Whether we are going to become a Pfttroniie Home Indnstry, for there li
    Consequently; if workmen
    or ever) reason )'olllhoUld buy yonr Meal anC
    l ppruutius up aain-Ciuciuuati: : Ea- servants should accidentally knock off rice eating nation or not, we are certainly Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer TIME TABLE.
    tjulrer. going to be a rive producing! for by 10 doing you encourage home Indni-
    !l the piece of molding or wooden base try. Your money li left In the eommnnltj
    whirls reveals the second spring the country the rice product increasing and )00 In torn are Indirectly benefited LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    G: .. pounds the past year Where fostering the home manufacturer yocoontrlbateiotheoauieof !
    street would still be intact-Philadelphia IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. ItlOl\
    'I One :Minute Cough Cur> ive a a labor. You owl
    the land is so situated that the necessary It to theooramnnlty which von lire ane -
    relief in ;
    on' nitnut", h"wllI'e it kills
    irrigation be secured which oontrlbutea to your lupporl.
    the microbe which tirklni te! mill can it la New Orleans and Mobile.'f .
    Greenery Cur the Table. proving one of the most
    membrane ----- --
    coa; c ainsr the courb,
    l and the A pretty bit of ;greenery can be had crops to raise.
    at same time cleats the WEEKLY HCIIEDULK!! No.No..!. 1010.'. No.1. 1010.1.
    draws fur the dining nom table by An 1:15 a 111/1 m 1ICX Lun... _
    phlegm, out the lull Itnmation getting; a Interesting experiment was made p Peneacola Arrive 6:00 a 400 p 8:00 II
    and heal and Uhes the small willow ba FOR STEAM DIVISIONs 850 a 2 s.7 p 102 a Leave FlomatOIl. Leave 2:11.r a 2 *> if
    f P<> atTrcted open > (a school I recently says the Philadelphia Medical 11:00 a 4rtp 21)5 1 Lt>ave_.. Mobile _,Lean l2Mn't : p 1: ) II
    part One Minute Cough Cur child's lunch basket! will do nicely), i Journal. A pint of various fruits wa I'ENSCOLA KLECTHICTEKM1 ....." -" 8:25p 7:80 a LeaveN.w Orina. Leave $!:cup 12:16 7tta 11 000_II

    to strengthens: the lunar, wards oilpneuumnia line it with ilorKt's moss till with riehIO.HII picked at random from one stand, RAILWAY COMPANY

    and is a harnile1 and and plant in it the curly leafedvariety washed and the washings analyzed. Train leave Peniaoolm for the Ulll.Bayoa North.No. .
    never failiuir cure' in all curableoiee Big Bayou,WarrlnitonN I nand
    of errs* s.-eiL Kicp it on a From the pint of fruit
    I of CnKU Fort Barranca at
    Uoajr", and Crnultine ,.
    t. No.
    Minute enll h Cure i* r'.-Siant sunny shl If. turning it dally to make i it perms were !l''Url'll.11 fruits that do :, 8:30! a.m.arrive at Kort Barrancai TWin 11:05 pm 12:15 p 111 Leave.... PensacolaArrlve 4:00 So. 1 m I 'No.:00 '.
    cvui nil round and the basket will!I 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barranoas 10:4t a.n 6i5 p a D1
    to take, barmle" and Itttd alike for not have perfectly smooth surfaces af- I Barrancai lm 857pm Arrlvo Montgomery ..Leave 1l:15am 8:86pm:
    :and Old. H- siMin become a Class of feathery green.Wlun ford for microbes. IOUp.m.arrlTeatFort L46pn I1W am 8:011 pm Arrlve_ lrmlnjfham _Leave baS a m UJ6 m
    t young rsrn Phannacy, .loolnfs :: 8:80 p.m.arrive at Fort larranca 4:15 p D 7:05 p m 8:10 a m Arrive_Nashville -.Leave .p
    t John Sheppard Sidney Kal.n. i the basket gets dry, it is plungtd Sl6p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai T:00p t:5usm SLSsm Arrln _LoolnllIe .,. Lene 5:16pm _
    i lilt, of "8:())p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai gtip.n 7roam 1l5 am ArrlvlIClnclnnatlLent ; a.
    ) a pan tepid water. Keep It OFOHIO.CITYOFTOLEDO DO, ) 8:00pm 1I:15pm
    leave Fort Barrancai Pause
    ss Trains 7lsm! lWlpm ArrIva.. ..ML Lnul..Leave
    Cleaning: !?!! skirts and waist I I evenly trimmed the prunings' helping LUCAS COUNTY j ooia at ? ':l5pm M:16pmPENSA.COLA

    JI I" one of OT specialties. Star Laun to :garnish; a dish: or furnish a dainty FRANK J, CHENEY makes oath 7:15 a.m. arrive at Pensacola_ 8:00 a.11 AND RIVER JUNCTION.
    I. : Itt m. arrive at Peniacola 11:46 .
    dry. salad. Good p. p D
    I llousckecpins.This that he is Lie senior partner of the 2:00 p. m.arrive at fen8aoola___ 1:46 p,DB
    firm of F. J. Cheney & Co. = :00pm arrive at Feniaoola __ 6:46 p No !I-Vally No. II-Vall) No stop where time not shown No !-Daily 'No.' rJ.-Daa,
    doing Tco p. m.arrive at Peniaeola.__ TiS p, 1---
    I /)") signature Is on every box of the genuine business in the City of Toledo, 8:48. p.m.arrive at Feniaoola_ 1:10 O.BHaturdayi 1'I15I11gh'llM pm 7:00 7:18"a m I "avlll'eDlacola.-Arrln Bohemia_ 'I 1050 pm 880 pill
    10:81" '
    1 './ .J A Laxative Bromo'QuinineTabieueniedy county and state aforesaid, and that onlyFABB 122Q" 7:16 Ynleitra II 10:" eol 405 "
    S ,/J sthe that FOB pit: OATB.Peniaoola 1'l:2S: It 7:18" .,.._,Eieambla ._ ,. 101I 6:67 "
    core a cold In one day.SOrPIECE aid firm will
    d pav the sum of ONE to Fort Barrancai and return 4h 12:116: I 7:25": .II. Moist It 102" 6:66 '
    HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Hen-acola Navy Yard and return_ mPeniaoola 12:1N" 7:2It" ___ Harp '. 10:21" 6tI '
    and every case of Catarrh that to Palmetto Beach and reinrn U.IV. 1'l:50: I 1:1Si: _GltCIt_ N 10:16. 6:21 "
    DINNER SET not be cured by the ef can .DAY IOHEDCDB. JI\II\ i 7IN II II N N Stilton.-. ". 10:10" 620' "
    use HAI.L'SCATARRH 180 I. J ._. _Good itange.-. N Ii56 "
    FREE"1IJIdooc' CURE. When weather permiti the running c 1:66": 8:1:1: It __ Holt __ .. 1:80" 4t6 "
    open coaehei.Leavi 10 I' 8:80 It _
    AUtitRau __ "
    won krful tndm-eim-nt lell Bakl FRANK 8:20" ':11
    to our Kwaa c IVFnry CHENEY 1118" 8:88. _
    pan taurr of a pound ran of waa HakUg fnttr Feniacola. Lv Tort Barrmnaai Creltvlew_ 1:11" 45A iiIoO
    onr 1'Un So.K will rrenmhu txnuuiul M seer get.coiuift- Sworn to before me and subscribed I a. m. 10 .. B. II 8:61" _Deer Land 8:66" 1:116 "
    IMO( t.terautatlltsrsfullsirfeee. Ian.tentgta.epw 11 a. m. IS m.1p.m. 1:21.' 1:19" Mossy Head N 8.0" 114 "
    tnrv. nrmtnnher thiiMaWri vlit irv m abfttiottflf fWctoervry in my presence, this 6th day of December I ,... ':01" 18 II N .DeFnalakspringL 8:111 N 21 "
    pwrham of bixurbolil arti<' by: our Flan A. D. 1886. ':18" 9:44 __
    'I. .....vlsotY..ho..llfowt 'nratllof .... I p. m I p.B. Argyle._ 7:41 1:11
    e.4.f Planu.Si,vhk the(.4.erl.e.t .'thl.he..Sr.l wore 1 p. m p.m. ,:.0' 16f' ..Ponce d. Leon.- 7"ro 1:1' " we rave a baade.ucI draeared 50. 4 p. m pm, 1:00" 10:10' ". __Weat.lIIe__ 1:17" 1l4"
    Pk..Yl..eerteta.e4Pleee..TeaMy.k..l.klynro. We I ss } A. W. GLEASON, 'p. .. 1 "... ':08" 10:15. __ CarJ'YIU. .. fII" IW"
    ; 4)0 an4..wn.o mot require ami any w.marry.a tin urwmrd in ad....our...different Mniplj plans k>ihl Mull information. name ---.- Notary Public. 1 p, Db TB.B, 1.88" 10:80. _HoDlfa1,. .. ., eII6" 1:2'1"
    1'.11I... aarvrlarJ .. a.e .vaat *.. h _..- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally TARP FOB SUPPLY SOO" 10.1" _Chlple 8:111' lr4 "
    : .ltah.. few.....'.. elO" 11:07" _.-Cottondale_ Ie" 12:88
    u a w will allow yon nfttra day in drUWf'the gneds aM Boned the and reniaeoia art Barraneai navy : soda
    : Y1IIIIe aUuw large cash iHinuiuvion. If pir t<d. W. pay aU fieT -". w. money.."".fie.. acts directly on the lard and 1:00" 116" _.Marianna-- eoo" 12:" "
    I tl i rT"T.'Cue. ..... blood and mucous surfaces of the Piniaeola to retarn-Palmetto A 7:30" 11:46 _C1prell 0:88 II 11:45 alii
    fcmtontr of .brrorfnlamteeenlaeaRtrlr.tZ asUwic our guoda *nte for flan and tuU Informatioa. Mack ana 7.0" 11:61" "
    *AL'OXA HI TPI.IKI OW-w", .. ystem. Send for testimonials, free. relaMl..__ Grand Rldge. 1:32"I lIn
    117 and 1119 Wag fclnwt, ,. ......, _. __ III 7:58" 12:06 .. I
    I noun Mneadll 6n" ,10.0'8U'
    .% We assure our readers that thIS Salvona Supplies Company Is thoroughly reliable. Editor. F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 Ho Irelfht elred atttr lli p. m 12:11 II ArrlfeW"r' hnctioD rr_Lean AI0" 110:1.j II



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    I THE DILYtii. :, iEkbOiA, VLOi IJftURDn FEB1IUARY 7. L903

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    ;J it

    t I CHURCH NOTICES. i > ::1
    ELECTRICAL WORK ; $6oooo Per :
    t SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES DayThis Of the American is
    Ro....,With Expretslom. man generally .)
    well filled. In some cases it is : .. :
    1..1 expressionless is longer
    room no !fc
    Pearl & Dolive, phone 860, is the too well filled. It contains too nianykinds rvr
    sum paid TIlE NEWS
    Kin" up average tolerated by people of refined taste. of food would rcquen that the ; 'f :
    VouY:!*\' auy carpenter or electri- Catholic. and very often the food :is t tc1er.ry
    if ? you .ant well don*. daily to policy-holders by The I while rooms that mean something be- of the wrong ind-l had to digest: an-i I or thoe having In charge the i !
    cal.-ork St. lIchael.8-0rder of divine come more popular every day, and of containing little nutri

    =- service for the winter: First mass, Mutual Life Insurance Company these the colonial room, the oriental tion. As a consejucnc _. 1! publication: of church service notices ::1 I : i'J: ; :

    Ath'er1isments' 7 a. m.; children's mass, 8 a. m.; last room and the delft room seem to have ( many working :-- I for Sanday will send them to this I :r: l 1'1"t
    1ssill of New York. the largest mail de\"elops some ;; "
    mass and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening Multiplythat number of admirers. The form of stomach ; office by 9 o'clock Saturday" morn. II'!Lj :

    devotions, 4 p. m. by a year and the wonderof oriental room Is particularly good when trouble which interferes I Inil', in order to insure their in""'- I L ; !

    there are north windows and a warm with his health *. tim in the proper position in the : I \
    ONE CENT A WORD. St. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fuller. the amount disappears when cozy effect is desired. The colonial and reduces his work paper. I ';

    ton, Pastor-First mass 6:30a.m.; style is not well adapted to small ing capacity. ,_ I ;-ft* i .I

    high mass, 9:30 a. m.; benediction you I learn how and where the rooms, but under proper conditions It Where there izt. '
    Hot Rolls at 5 > lOc fr1f'vfl:
    is S i m..
    Is indigestion
    7:30p.m. decidedly satisfactory, and It appeals ; or '
    MONEY TO LOAN accumulation any other indication doz at ,,1"m"'R. Ji \
    Episcopal. largest of trust Ftrongly to the wealthy, for It usually of disease a t: .! "
    Christ Church represents a large expenditure. These - -- i :
    the :
    the most reasonable terms ami by funds in the world is invested of the stomach I i :1;k .
    : rector Rev. P. H. rooms are most attractive in delicate dallied
    vlttt Whaley, at 7:30 and its ,
    publicity. tones and since stuff will O _
    1'j. W. BULLARD, and 11 a. m. and 5 p. m. as shown in "A Banker's Will." organs of HARD '
    take the dye In these tones it is Impossible \
    digestion and nutrition -
    Paiafox \
    ax-.. South Up-Stairs.
    J. A. WILSON, Manager. St. Katherine's ChurchServicesat This book is sent on requestThis to produce cheap imitations a the use of 'j ; :;

    11 a. m. with Holy Communion.Rev. fact very gratifying to the exclusively Dr. Pierce's Golden /

    ;;)1-\ TO LOAN-W. K. Merl- J. R. Bicknell, (D. V.) officiat Company ranks Inclined. The delft rooms are most :Medical Discovery '

    wHt: r. Luau AKeut. Money to ing. Evening service at 7:40 o'clock. first-It Aswti.Firit easily: attained by the artistic housewife will almost invariably :; ; : J

    l 1o31 lit r a sonable rate of interest -h Amount Paid Policy-holdett. of small means, and this style Is produce and a perfect BRICK .
    Office 112 and w _
    u'IougJ"d security. Methodist Epl.copal Church South. FiritlnAgt.IKS a real friend in need, for It can be :
    ,iuh Tarragona street.jIOLEND cure. .. J j..
    I '
    jj! ? made wonderfully pretty at little ex ;
    Palafox Street Church, Rev. J. M. Mr. Thomas A. I If !
    r= : ou MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE pense. There are beautiful cretonnesIn Swtrts.of Sub Station ,- .!j
    improved Pastor-Services
    )1U Dannelly, at 11a. C. Columbus.! O & _
    nal t5ute. m large or small m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday COMPANY OF NEW YORK delft and white that work into the loj. writes "I was 3 '
    ; at low rate of interest. furnishings most satisfactorily. Then taken wlla! severe

    oil al1llUIt-on .I'.lie E. Brooks attorney school at 9:30 a. m., J. A. Avant, ,I RICHARD A. McCimoy Praid",,.&. there are white curtains embroideredwith in headache the stomach then cramps: anj ALWAYS\ ON HAND d.: jI.1

    at IlW, 2V1!\ !! S. Palafox St., Fisher superintendent; Epworth League at II I blue in delft patterns that are my food would not dig q. thtn kidney and ; )
    3inlm 6:30p. m. W. C. Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty liver trouble an.! my 1> got weak; "0 o I could I '
    bllllJIJ' Mackey, president. exquisitely beautiful and rugs in delft 1': $
    i Streets NEW YORK, N. Y. scarcely gtt arour.iL At lat I hail all the complaints : 4"HALF
    Woman's Home Mission Society and white may be obtained so cheaplythat at 011Ihe more I doctored the worse I
    MONEY; 1ODAY-J-'o! you need not until fix vear. passed. I had broom OQ I ,,i.: i
    meets Monday at 3 m., Mrs. J. M. CKCIIj AV1LLCOX, Manager, almost any woman may have one could 'J '"
    .' You can borrow anysuv p. poorly I only walk in the hou-e by the ... ..
    u.'>ii' : Dannelly president. Jacksonville, }.'Ia.T. by doing without n new street suit. In aid of a ch:nr. an.I'1 !pot so thin I had fn-r tip !
    u'utyou want todiy ou eaHtt.WI' :!\ la die,thinking that I could not be cured. Then
    atlll lowest rutes anywhere : Reed's 4 upholstery hangings choose the l>orderod one of mv neiglitxirs said 'Take mv advice and
    Chapel-Preaching at
    real' p. C. WATSON & CO., District Managers. ideas if yon want the latent take Dr. I' trc""s' Golden Medical Iiiscuvrry and -TO f
    : oa improved
    0Uiuabe[ city m. by Rev. A. L. Jones. Sunday make a new man out of yourself The fir_t
    Pensacola Fla. \'OUI':1II find them In the materials designed LLIONi'j j
    t.IM1101Il"m.. Fisher, JJU-lJjj S> bottle helped me so I thought I would Ret j
    school at 9:30 p. m., Martin Parks, another and after I had taken bottles
    !>.,,ai >'x ."tret. lu-tl : for almost every style of room. ... eight in !
    about ix .e..I.: I was neighed and found I ONE
    --- -- -- su pen ntend e u t. And that reminds 111('. If you can't had :
    Cnn>r! In Africa.At stained: twenty-seven\ ;> )> I am as
    ii. rut: waut to borrow money, inv Muscoaee; Wharf-Sunday schoolat the camels used neh'eu a room with expression! have stout aud healthy today, I think,a* I ever wa"" I I ',
    tl.iy are
    .,t iiiuuey, in-,ure your property present and be but don't FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense .
    3 in. J. N. Andrews a cozy conur happy
    p. superin-
    attracts of title, buy or for all sorts of domestic purposes in Medical Adviser is ': '
    ur- Into ..loniil ,p-iper covers, sent free
    a -
    i. put a Japanese cozy corner e
    ,., real i-ute, rent property of tendent. Africa. They may even he seen drawIng room. That would a on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing .. :.. ;J
    ,: ,y d'-criptioa, have rents col- Vurrington-Sundiy school at ; plows in the interior of the regencyof roomAld surest expense of mailing only. Address Dr. .
    idea that Le
    jr'Atd or your taxc attended to, 9:30 a. in, Fred Bum) superiuten.dent. Tunis. You may remark a woman crazy no R. Y. fierce, Buffalo, N. Y. I '
    willing to if it had a voice In I .
    aJJress Thos. C. Watson express
    uu ')u "r and n camel harnessed to the same i
    Estate and Insurance the matter. .
    it'Heal; -
    A-'fU8. Pen acola. Fla. Charges Oadsden Street Church. Rev. W. j.low. and you hesitate: to deckle 1KXUIAL FUKXCH hCHKDULK: : I ,

    m'-derate.: To everyone who buys Q. Vreeland P..lstor-Services at 111 which Is the greater: outrage. They Orange Cokr. -- .

    II loll frOth us we will lend money a. in. and 7 p. in. Sunday school .I nre also used for drawing water from Beat to a cream the yolks of four Following ia tho schedule of the I "

    wit} :, which to build a house. 81-tl the strange cumbersome old fashioned ep;;iI with one cup of granulated sugar, 'overnment steamer General French I '

    at 9:30 a. m., Dr. J. B. Tiller, wells of north Africa. Their chief use, to which add, the whites of two eggs; rhich THE NEWS prints for the I Capacity 501000 Daily. >
    superintendent; Epworth League at Is for You bo- I ,
    it I ii itt'i'ga i1 en ((1flI however. caravans. may beaten to a stiff froth and a half cup of jeneflt of the merchants who hip .

    ...- --- 6:15 p. m., Mr. Cade Shackelford hold them brin;:iiiK in hue cases: of milk alternately with one and a half ,
    heir goods to the \arious ;
    K1NDKIUUUTEX School will be president; Ladies' Aid !Society meets dates from the oases, or you may sec cups of sifted flour into which a tea- )0rts : army '

    urdut&j: ;: Daat Wright street Monday after the first and third Sun them with great tentlike structures of ftpixHifnl and a half of baking powderhas .
    Leaves __ __.. _. Brick
    (kt.: 1 by Miss Margaret Maclay. days at 4 p. m.; prayer meeting red silk upon their backs. These tents been well mixed. Heat: well and :avts HarraoI'Pensncola'._._._....._.__. 7 7:00a.m.:50 a. In. ftiefdillan Co., ; j

    SUsti are for the conveyance of Arab womenof bake In three la ITS If the are Leave Picfcrns .___._..._..._? 5tma. n>. .
    every Wednesday at 7 m.liapiiat. } pans
    r.arrancns H.15:
    -- ueavci a. m.
    -- the upper classes, who seek to maintain large or four if small in a quick oven leaves Pvnuacola '?_?_""___...10I5 a. m. Pine Barren, Fla. \l!
    11A.1U OSO'>l>!4. the privacy of the harem when from seven to ten minutes, try with a Arrives Barrancas 11:10: a. m. and then L > 'ii
    nakes a trip to KoriMcKve and then -
    First Baptist Church-Rev. F. on a journey. Two women and some broom straw, and when It comes out .nrna to I'.arrancas. ;

    JIR! <. :SARAH BEIRXE-Manufac- Services a.m.and children are often accommodated on clean! remove from the oven. Don't let LeavAs Barrancas______.._._ llb p. m. PARKER'SHAIR 1 oj
    dealer Hair Goods Jonepastor. at 11 ___.__ ... .. -; '
    tut-r and in camel. have cushions Leaves Picks ._.. I'J5 p. m, BALSAM I : !. i
    lIt. Toilet Articles Hair Oil 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:50: a. one They on them bake a moment too long; or they t.eavesensacola.._ -_...__ 4tlp.m.: C!_. aDd brfttitiftei the tudf.I .
    which they can lie down and e't'llflt.p. will not absorb the icing. Filling: The Oavps ficktius.. .. ...... .._. ..__ C>:15 p. m. --, l'n.OkJa luiuritnt prowtJuVover
    H!< ::2'J: West Government street, m., E. D. Bpg?$, superintendent. Arrives Karrancan 1 6HO: Fail to Heat ore Grail S
    p. m. and niakei
    and it I is ilarU. but
    It Is :
    -- Fluffy Hair to its Youthful Color.
    -- I'
    whites of two beaten to a Miff
    eggs; rIp to McKne and rt-turn. ., ...
    B. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 m. Curt*w ip d w f A batfl>1il11C. I IJI
    wANrJd.FDActivepersonto>. p. they eem themselves well off in escapInn froth to which add a cup of powdered On \\'e.Jnp"dav- aud Saturdays the : c '- .;idt)'"at I 11n" I,' '

    -'- I A cordial invitation extended to all from the searching rays of the sugar; pouring It In all at cnce and Oat wiM I leave 'B.irr.tnca, via Pick- "' '1

    W.\\ work to attend these services.The burning sun.ririt beating; hard; then the prated rind oran in" f.)r Heiii.-icola at fi::tlt p. m. t
    11. p; in cash paid for 12 The if-nt-ral French i io for army .1
    dark In color-
    ,! 'd. permanent: position: it Church of Christ. orang-c-'Il".t one jurposaa only and any outsider mu t .
    Knro|>PHii Hnlh'nf. ami the juice. The mixture should belike
    -i--:f 'S. t tate religion. Ad- Church Christ, Corner Alcaniz Save a p-M-i from the quartermastertakf : \j
    ,,1 L -- II, _. I'.ugwall, (estuLlistitdi Tli<' f.rst; ('nrringcs' that ran on rails, a thick cream. Spread thickly on : o i hpr TII!':;!'tny: l'-.p-a'lcs' jJ'csurcnorr .
    i- : I I. !I" JiUl,'., Chicago. It and Jackson Streets Bible school In 1'lIl'opt'H're t1o.e; of a linr>i' railway the cake lUiilo hot niul to what is loft I to 1 flalsant: if Copaiba |

    9:1" a. m.; preaching at 11 a. in. and Ir-tnt'cn I.Inz and Uudwi'ls in add enough ar-nllollt half a cupfulfor Cbcbe v'J lujc"i'1. (@)\L ".
    learn barber I I II C1.1. 9 or 0 L1.: r..IL.t'ar. .
    \\ \ \ ,I-h for barbers in ,7:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola Austria. Tllis"a:; in working; orderIn I fr(1 tint: to harden. Ice the top .the Ill KI: 'i Iat! .Il'ias Btilitssnrs : T.oy 'Irt'1D48 hnlINth" ,..:

    :- W. Years nuvedtady j renu.prayer; : inciting Wednesday ILocunioihe r.iihvnys were and sides. This I is :a delicious cake, .( '''' .f j ....,..".. lt' tnj 191It! "I
    Ia tie Ii long;; r foiiiln i. Tin- lirst lino, in'a I and made. .. lq i.1I o it. at f"I.Grt i
    17:30 easily quickly
    : practice, p. m. Hong; practice at evening : -I
    m.ult'rn'II! -itiouand board
    1 l : j =ervice begins at 7:13 o'clock. Coma
    _,i\ .. .. ." mailed free to St. CiTinain in 110->. but railwayleviluiniieiit Hl'fll IVr FVV'IKXK.Joanny '.

    \1 ,. ; 'UP 'liege, "ew Or- I and join us in these" services. ( was :greatly! hindered" by (wh "o I;: thr I is couibin! hN; ,...-.. ..-...--'...-..-.. ....-.. -.''.-..-... S .;,-I-4. ..,P""'.-. ...D._. ,.,. .. ...-.. -..... .'f'j
    :.. -... _., ._- ._- .. _- _- _- .. _- _- .\-T-3 .
    '. I. l'rei.lyl ierian.Firt (i terril.K! accident on the I'i'i"-\"t'r- htir-Wlii'ii 1'n. a i :an, I'm goijg to r- S. # i

    nillrs line I n IM'J.: 'I lie next was the be a po'Icr-m.i'i.: I'
    \\T-s: f 1'.11-\.. Miiili of 4iupLyi !beet Presbyterian Church Rev. I
    I'.nissfls-Malini's, line: In I'.eUium. I I'elfiiuiii I. Mamii.aMercyVbat I put that l into Roberts & :
    < : ," :-. A. ri-.fmdu.: iitf-tl Linn R. Walker, l'astor-3er\'ices iif Dailey Iii i iI"
    \ "as also! the' lir-.t country to bcirin. I your heail? ,

    II' ) 1'1 ;L"oo. at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in.; Sunday in I".ll. s-jstotr.atic plans! for a national Joiinay-YVlicn n po'ieerian! goes intoa '... 1t

    school at 9:30: a. in.CliriMian.. 1Il'1\\\.Ck of railways. Prussia room ho iluwn't have to take his hat ; -I.EALEIW IN ,;,

    CO".I.\1.!!:!: HOTEL! no n-.I I followed in K:;", and! Austria-Hungary; off:, so there's no IIOIN! for him to have e

    :I' :' .i.'t ivtliiujj new ; all ; I in K'.S The first ;great trunk! line in his hair combed.Boston Transcript !!!. CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANGY GROCERIES. | ::1

    i ,. ;.. i-'iiv.. uu'nee-. Moderate 'I Central Christian Church Xo. 16 Iluropo) WlSrulll- Paris to Itoueu -.-- 1 :

    II >'I;: iii-i-Ms.t Desirable day. It Fit! Ramana Street-Junior Chris: oI(1t1d in May. IMS. Miminllirnrilp"I AnsIyaIs. y New Florida Syrup Roe Etc. .
    t I' I ,
    'i.-.K :
    : >
    ---I' II tian Endeavor at 9 a. in.; Sunday fiT-) iigaiiiht the aristociatsl": exclaimed ; : F.lS ; \ i It

    II l I J'.4: I l I.A:'-< .1 .y board can be school at 10 a. in. ; Y. P. S. C. E. Nr.iirn Kn !;lish I.ritrr. tut1 man with l luii; sh hair and [}) FKESH: 51YPP14OF'; 11.r(l]: : .,
    ; '
    I' X.lpoll..n hogan the study of Knglishduring : ; irascible iJfiucaiior. '
    : X' hotel
    : > W l omuiercial :at 11 a. m.
    I I : ',1''! :.1 i II "tft et. Popular his iniprisonment; in .-t. Helena. "Oh, there are some: : aristocrats who i jj; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS It j jij
    I Ir
    r I.. ; .i-.....1.... 2jlm: l'nhl'f..ali I His instructor was Count Las caSts'l are very nIce! fillows. They are as a L2. OF ALL KINDS. .. .'
    to whom Napoleon wrote the rule not nearly! so haughty and o\cr-
    First Universalist Church, B 1t.
    l'OI :-0.\.1.1 :. I ter hi is known ever to hate written I bearing its some of the ju-ope!( who are (ij FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ;j .
    Chase Street. Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. [tj
    '"'" hi! It is somewhat a literary occasionally permitted toas&odatowitlithi '

    }''u' : ;S \ |1.1.--| Kin h:1: mare!> aucl ntw i i Irwin, Pa"tor-Subject at 11 1\ curiosity und not well known so u ."-Washington Star. + ROBERTS & DAILY I ;V .:

    I .t t' :III" Mil ab'iut atti huriie, '; in., !' niidayschno tat 10 a. in ; Y. it may be quoted! litre: M

    I ,. ". '. :\I.r" kin I und gentlf 1'. C. U. at 6:30: p. tn. ; Bible study Count Cts"sin'e si\t week y I Falsehoods; may be stated under Imprcs t 213-220 Wright St., East of Union Df pot.di I ,

    i s < !u U.'iV": A[>ply to Jn* I Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. The K'trn: the Kngli.-h: and y do not any : ion that they are truths, but lyingIs ; 1"1; line i;;o. P"II-H'"la, I'la. t .

    __J_- .. ,\ilt.. i.rOll .., ii.; ifl'blw : public i is cordially invited to attend progress.. If might SAt! hive neck learn do Court fi\ty)' word.and twotliy. fur I I characterized. by the Intention to deceive. ,.-..::v.-"., ivsi. ._ _:,_..A.i.....;..;.__- ..;.__- ._.,.;.,_.....-.......!-- .. ..!._.. .!;.-_,- ---.,!._-- -- .-.-._-- .,.,.=!ij', .0'I.
    >.\1.1.: ..iLMna-l.uud fet of i these services and the pa-tor is day I could know It two thousands and I .
    : '' ..' .11 :"",1 order. Apply to two hundred. It is in the dictionary more t
    : always glad. to meet strangers! after of thousand he could most The Ka-y Till.DeWitt's !.
    i -. !'. I ti lt\. room 410, 'l'lIie'en funny ; even r'
    >, .. the benediction. twenty; hot much of tonis. For know It
    "! : Little Early Risers; do
    which HALL & KLEIN
    or hundred and twenty week. < o .
    weaken the f' "tf'm. :
    nor ,
    ChrUlian Sd"we. more two years. After this you will rot gripe ,
    l 1\I..i.\J; N c in bn had in one oli agree that the study one tongue Is a They cure bill'u'np! *, j iiuudice,
    i :, -i I M-iUfice. and most de- I Services at itia! : West Gregory streetat great labor who it must do into the constip'ttion; and innctive f.livers by .

    ". >'" .M(I ti-.f X"rthwt-t Hill 11 a. m. All interested are invitedto jouiig agul.OSTETTERS. arousing: the secretions moving; the 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. :

    |-.t.', '.> iruiitt-ed leu-e" at fair I attend. I bowel gentlyyet fllectually, and I .
    '! : \ 1.01.... 1'1:111: of u"e can I !Iivill such tone and ytrengtli to the

    1 -" Ill!,', ..fliee. A. V. Clubbs, Sah at Ion At my. glands of the !stomach liver anti Staple and Family Groceries .
    'I'' : To troubleis !
    I. O.i-'w Every one is cordially: invited to cure bowels that the cau=e of the .
    __ 'Headache I i:; removed entirely. Tbe=e famous
    }Oh i : attend the meetings at the Barracks decided tonic'effect Select Meats Vegetable Etc. in Tins. '
    :MM.I:- lli< uio"t desirable : Sour Stomach little pills exert a ;
    j. .' '. Iy on a-y tt'rmby I on Delteac he street. Holiness meet A upon the organs involved and I

    : r. i Itt-al E:tate Agency. ing Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class' Indigestion if their use is continued: for a few CauntryPrnducE. '
    Poultry Eggs : .
    .' I'ultlOX. 111.11111:' meeting: at 2 p. m. Salvation ineet-j ,; :" Pyspepsia, d-tys there will be no return of the I ;, ;
    I, -, tro'uble. Harris Pharmacy John
    tPA.i.t GocsiipatioE
    inz* night at 8 o'clock in the I '
    1I""rllill 11..11..&.'. I every I .; Malaria. Fever Sheppard, Sidney Kalin.Jfudcj'm's Telephone No. 358. .
    -----.v_ irracks; open air at 7 p. in. -11

    l-\i.:" .-i Koisi-J: at Wheeletity I .i/ \ and Ague, I --- -- -- --- ---- -- -- : \

    :*;' I '' .\! E..tbt-r.1"la.. )lr.1 j Lutheran.GermanLutheran I you should take fie Best /or oc. : ;

    1 I"" ;,rietres. All ] Church J. F the; Rittrat ---- HOYAL STANDARD WHEY\ i -f
    ',. 1 c/
    J' "I! !I"'IUP at.ry leasoua I \V. Reinhardt, Pa-tor-German service _.1- once. No otlnrrfinedy E. W. PEAkE S
    :" i' -. N : tiii>rn tourists will) Is so effective .
    ,Ii. .: .: .il-. 1 to spenil a I at 10:3i: a. m.; Euglih service : STOMACH cr has i Electrical contractor and builder, 8 Years Old, i ia Cues cf 4 Full Coarls! at $3.20 per cat : ,; ;,

    _.'._" -' '"' -H i-iin. liinlin: I. at 7 p. in.; Sunday school at 9 a. m.Seamen's tTTEP finch record hack of It.ufrurts I will dn your electrical work in firstcla'3 __ ___ .; t .t. f fI

    *' ,.. (iivelt a trial. and at ren=;onsble r.ifp :
    "'- _- lUuu-oii" I i Friend Society. style .2 %WHISKEY distilled at the Nelson Co. 4 f.r
    -- I THIS
    r **i *>**f n I He be found at 30 South; Palafox
    JI"i can ;- ., Di-tllery! and H fully matured in wood :. j'
    I.L'UXI'U-A; new lotof The Seamen's' Friend Society will street. Phone 21)3. .', "
    V before: bottlini It is absolutely rUle and not ex-
    ';I.' ,' '.!ii liifli1 nt'hltp'' !! hold religious\ services at 3:30 p. tn.I I ,, '- celkd I') quality by any'I.I"kf.y of the game age J 1 t
    lntf-MUitli Palafox. C; :?t I
    I their ( matter where produced. The Royal Standard :
    Sunday in reading room ou no
    := : If you want a present give I

    Jilli ,: \ 1\: X-4: iii trimmed hat South Palafox street, in the corner : If You Have ;o a friend, go and look through the \1\' U its eight excellent years: quality old: !when, is. bottled the cheapest and, considering whiskey! in .<

    .'t-.. '. : r. J i.y ;\Ir". E. I). '..orIi'tke building north of the Scandinavian slegant line of suitable articles at the market at that price. As a beverage; and as .: ,
    : :.. rO"111 for tIe, )(atdi church. Seamen and citizens of alldenominatiou3 J. I. Stephens you surely can find an absolutely.pure stimulant, there is none better i

    li'd"; inu-t h have room and are iuvited. H. C. 'omething; to please you. If you hbipped in case containing no marks whatever to ":1:

    t. t ,'1 "'. are #o low that they are ; RheumatismURIGSOL want anything in the Diamond line indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining .. 4 t:
    i. Cu ,r I" i of all. lleniembfr the I 1)6 pure to see him before you buy. the whiskey, is not atifitd] with the quality he :

    I 1,1 X" 11 East luteudenm lt.oj :; Saints Mming. can return the fame at our expense and money :. '

    :{ I UJ will be refunded. '
    i Litter Saints will hold services -
    Day the great tested IZId -4.
    orders should be either
    All accompanied by
    H.\I.I"\I.\X. umbrella maker, 315 in Saints hall, 523 East Cha"e I endorsed California Jv
    :* .ut.! i'.ilufox I Kraedy will cure The Tonic lIGHT YEARS OLD currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express : j
    .: .11..1 i street. Re covtr11. !jstreet.Kunday night at 6:30 o'clock. you. ll fclso cures Liver Kidney and # par Excellence.A p r-- money order. We reftr to First National .
    rtpairmsrof umbrella and Bladder diseases caused; by an excess of '
    meichant in Pen acola.
    i i' ri-i.., a specialty. Silk covers I All are invited to attend. Elder E. nnc acl.l. It never fails, and builds pp LAHDAR Bank or any :

    :, ulland. j j'ln3 : D. Powell, presiding.. the health and strergtli while using! It. Jf
    -' &-ud ktamp for book of wonderful certificate -

    .\ \ \ ":&.I-! watmujr) boird wellN -, *. Price. $1 per bottle. For sale fi; S. A. FRIEDMAN
    :..' .. Colon Clinrtli.Xo. by druggists. If your druggist can not .
    l' or mij thin. in the gro- I supply you It will be sent prepaid upon ;
    : tl\: jrouj: line will rio\ 236 E. Intendencia street. I receipt of price. Address I IUricsI SOLE PKOPKIETOR. PENSAC-OLA, FLA
    .:: I" .i' ':rurci'iti to i).
    : ;: f-i.
    School 9:3-3 Preach.
    Sunday at a.l11. !
    \: "I Chemical Co. Los Agi1sCa
    Pt.OIlFt1.: jlilmHI. I r o. nox 4iH Trnrmm
    1 ins Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. or ire Li I s
    ( Y/'m Csrc'litjThe !

    IO\\. -- The public I is invited to attend there : L N3rnrr3 Wig & Ce.. }iew frli&n' I, best u'pereaedy" for -............-.. -- - ----

    }, 1 ill I \ \iO; tN1i.: th't ;;; -I ;: re- service- O. W. Lewis, A. M., D. D., I : A Maiari&anTyphoidCoidsInftunzr&c.! F,5.j,- ...A.PRlLflMAl....-.- 4'
    : ,Vi'i j !'i 11'j Wit U J Distributing Agents. : err handle every clans of U-JIKT" sold In -
    ivtrnment .
    S r pator.Foley's I" I .. .; ;s bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at prices that
    'MI '
    < oH : "
    ; ; Express oflU-e.
    1\ I I t ? down.
    i .' are way
    i i- t
    .. ir pired tl'l cle-ui! re- .. I
    : u,J pre-: < ladies' and irentle- i I Honey and Tar I For sale by AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PACST BEER. ;
    I I
    toiler KAHX.
    mades-j'ts. 16j3oi cures colds. prevents pneumo /a SIDNEY I i

    .. .., "
    -' S -
    - .. -' ,-,..- -.',- .<- ----',," ," - -

    .,i3; .,tf: '",; ,,,,,,; ,"' :;:* 4 vfi';: ';;"; :"::'.,, i;....'>.;,-:->4->.4-.. .' '." "",, > .-7""":..,,.;' ..:,,,.,, ..,..,, "'',.''.El --;'''", "<';:,, ':;..Jo -.f?<:Lc.: : rl "'f.V'r'r: ::: -.7"> ,,*,,,_: ,,,,, '-,,""" '-... :. ... -- -1



    The Best is the I very hmdwme wine tti. The con-|I Tit Iitferaii! YisitiT

    I elation for the gentlemen, wu von PRICES KNOCKED
    by fro Arthur Btillman. which v&s i Is I lit liTtiiii IUT Hraa.
    Cheapest. 'a haDd-orue bronze paperwelgbtjTbl. )I

    ; club will meet next Friday '*I -

    a !: evtcJcg with Mr. and Mre. MeGourin. ., It Strikes Young and Old Who

    h .A'F.: y kmaymak4 a1nlyrisea tfxdt '
    t WIth ..(rAD LttJC"fc,ks<[ l
    S .rat ox/fca vttvA.taste trans tr**! wits Jfl'Lt.kJr .
    { i Predi ed to Direa.e.
    + y..o1I.. 1lJfJi' UTY." bt uptyA4e' ;j Mr*. J. C. RiCh aad daogfct of po

    ev ry rruirrw tt f',, u.. JLU.1.:f.f a ,: Mobile are the roes!* of Mr. and IH. :
    y.rld tread, tot 'iK.4 it ttea tuwrat ourF 'I
    > Walker Auder on. !IC!. Rich comes j NATTERED
    It iM7:9-:'* ttit jr ;",/.i''1. W."tlcJu- : to attfecd the funeral cf her cant, I: Paine's f q TO THE FOUR WINDS OF HEAVEN ;>:
    tbd.d CeleryCompound 1
    Mr*. Mary Goode K
    ! "jdr.flrd. 1 if!..,.. Thornton: of Birmingham, also a. 1 c i INCOflPLETE SIZES, the Accumulation of the Season's Business
    uleceefMu. Scott, arrived ye4ter ,

    day and It staying a: ber au&t'a resi- I > .z MUST GET OUT and for that purpose we will on SATURD.A\
    *....................... .
    drtlc(: on Crvaat stre&t. FEBRUARY 7th start NOW FAMOUS
    t tr .1 t our .g.
    Fortifies the Body, Cleanses the 1 I .g,

    j'rt' I 1 SOCIAL ECHOES j I The Wednesday; Mo'-icile held a ;
    Blood and Gives Strengthto
    II very tnthuiaetie meeting with ilus ODD AND END SALE.
    k .. .
    .......................... Heine ttie we rk. :'Ih. Ida Piaggio Resist All Attacks.That i
    I Mr. William( w1 Howe visItfzgbi and Miss Fannie Kehoe: were unanimously ti i The sale that has become a household word, the sale that will accomplish> is jr! .
    fltcu:1Iictln members Mr.
    - fci+.fI:r, Mrs. Frank I"oltfl'r.'t.t ; : mysteriou viiitar"Grip"I3: ;i pose. YOU MUST ACT QUICKL REMEMBER THEY.IRE THE BE' '
    Richard McAIIhter, an honorary |i now invading many homes and E,v
    ' Paes Chrieuau.MU raembir of the club. The following ,1 striking down the young and old LOTS A.VD MUST GIVE WAY TO SPRLVG PUB CILISES.
    I who are weak or predisposed to dis-1
    EJoa Avery ha been Epend program; was rendered: : eae. !' (V-HOW ARE THESE PRICES FOR
    'o? a 4 iy or two with fC.1onle at I Life o! RDSiicI!+ (paper,) Mrs. T. Y'I: It is now well known that the disease DEEP CUTS. ? ;3 J
    Kessltr.Barcarolle. tt ---- -- -
    spread rapiJly Vo various
    Hdr.r.Cl i iI j I Ne via-(piano> Jfi's members of the household into+! LADIES' SHOES. I Misses' Shoes. CHILDREN'S SHOE
    I lIr-inr" which it has been: Introj uce.1. If :

    The Whl-t clu1) me: yt.allay accords with the theory of infection, : 3 ;I) Patent Vici WPatent
    Lace Welt
    i : f 2 Vie!. Lace: Welt $11A Vi.-i Lac' ntt
    1' '
    N..1ta.Johf K DnLani. &ee to FJISMry : -J h: n-Dg1: also, that the ditea-e ha?.u-ualiy attacked ... ... ...... ...... ... .- "
    wit Mss the liable Sole ;2 -ole,11:2 I o... .... ...... ..;2 l1ti I .0... .. .. . . .
    WjUon.2id infec
    : -on3 to
    tion. per o u 50 Patent Vici Lace Turn 1 2 CO Paten Foxed; and Tip; i 1 25Vi.. Lacer Ba :* ..
    Dr. Itiebard
    r '.' ."- Q JiD'l has for hH Mazurka-Ghdird-'piano) book Wisely i in" his role ... .. .... .. .... .... ... 27sGO, t3 2.. .. .. .. .... 1 6J 1 to H. ..... .. . . .
    '. -Mt-s. M&tioa Clutter. on Epidemic; iLflaenza, says; 173; Viei Kid, Mutton or Lace, I 1 N \"ii. Lace .
    ': Mi" rpurck. of Peoria I.I. the dl z Vice Hand ewcd Turn II ur fionto :
    ., T-- ;', 'iiraiiti young; li'Jy ha; The: club will meet aain:: : ntxt gited -by Ease infection.In j-s almost! entirely prop .oleLaceorBetton ... 233 l\lz' to 2...... ... .. ... .. .. 10)9 11.. ... .. .. .
    1 GO V let Kil, Button or Lace 100 Punt Leitter. L.3W ..
    fit. vr .'. u 1 ,:;y frier.: '! in a-ieoli, who iaorniui, Ftb. 11, u: tea pat winter seaiocs it has been Vici Lace, Dull Std Tops, H'2to2.... .... . .. .. ... 1 1> to IIGO ... .... .. . .-
    ..... ...... .. .. .
    arid %
    o'ci .ck. fully happily dtmon :!aed thatPaint's %'tll Sale. 2 41 \' '
    /'jd! to have her arr.ouir truru 12'; Button or L.tce II1., ;: J.x Cllf..uttO! :;.61 -

    .,' Tin-re will be a rears il ufchoruses Celery Compound is a towerof o M Vici Kid, Lace, Extension to 2...... ...... ...... ..:T S9i : 5Itc Vici. Lice, 6 t,,, >. .
    ;, :; Leather L.
    at Mrs. F. I;. JirawnerV, \Vbea this sci'-ntiS: acd beilthe'iT-: i 2W\"i: Kid Lcad or IJjiton 1 'J: to 2... ... ...... .. .... .... ClcMen's ,' to b. .... .. .. . .
    'I..I'-1. Harry Stanley: Forl% at.dMrj. North hdlafox -treat Monday afternoon in? medicine h u,ed: it strengthen: 2 EO Vici Button, Cjmmon wz H'd llw", Llrf
    JJlfctktr: r rb-H tbi the nervous centres of all the vital Sense Turn ,iv>le... ..... 1 t9 Shoes. I r
    r"-ms at 3 o'cior-k. All member, are: tor., :? t.f\}. . . . .
    iiftertioun to itt ilr,. Harry llol-; reed tj come:? we expect to give organs direction; it purifies gives the a blood reulite tone- 2 Go Visi Button Welt sole ... 2 07 ?5 Patent Kjj, Allover Bin- I '; "oft roe! ;, I" ...t !_ .
    ? ( healthy 2 l+J Patent Tip, Lace, Cuban char .. : w: ? .ftsj. It*, Ail
    hcd" of D":ni i:. thts choru-fc's Thursday f-veniag, to the whole gy-tem, enabling youn 3 bi _
    Military and French Heel 1 61
    I via"L V.'JExtVn-
    ;:; w Paten,
    F:b. 12, that Mrs. T. V. KethlEt'e, and old to feel secure from the ravages 17o Lace Exter:=ion "-ole, Heel : .aL. .. .. Youths .
    of di at'teak ion SJle. ... .. 379 Boys :! : and Little Ge1ts
    Mrs. ,
    James M. Maidu& tai issued where we have our iflu-ical whichwa : ;; nervous, and rpricz Htsl...... .... 123 G GO Patent ,
    dyspeptic, and ailing will find Moakey ,
    ; invitation for Wfcdrjesdjy toon, : postponed from 1 U st week. All 1 75 L.1ee. Patent or Leather dart Top.... .. .. ... :. 379
    Payne's Celery Compound a true Shoes.
    llth for cdrJi. Tip; ...... .... .. ... .... ;
    February: : i ; : 3 50 Patent Vici, Lace or Button 70
    j active: and honorary members of the protector and shield from the dangers 17, Button Extension bole... 12j 2
    !club i are cordially invited: to come to of grip. A trial of one bottle will 1 GO Lace or Button Heel and 3 u0'.hoes, all kinds and styles 2763M!| P.ttfct'iri.. Lace. W :

    ; Mr. F:. O. Halt marth entertain: at the mu-ical, and have the ,mile e banish all existing: doubts.DIAMOND Spring Heel: ..,. ...... ... 118: 3 00 Patf-r-t Enaml Extpn-ion 2 41 Sole*! 4 to o'i. .. . . 1. '
    tea thi evening.: >i of bringing; a ;'ue>t.MAKV. 1 2-5 I.acej.HuttnPiitlntTlp! I 1300 Vici KM or Box Calf, Kid I 2 WVici i Kid, Lace 2'-e to : "

    J WiLbON, Sec. Extension Sole ..... .. .. Me I. .in.e'h''h'' 241 1 73 Vici Kid, Lace, 2 t.. 5 l : .-,
    __ __ _. __ I DYES 2GOViciKidPlainorCapToes 1 e9 | 1 25 satin Calf Lace Plain!
    la It is with regret: that the many 1 2G Lace, Common Sense ..... b'JCfclc I
    2 50 Lace
    Patent Leather. 1 Ii! r .
    j> t''l.pTt' to > ;
    1r Lac .....
    t t friend of 1lIi'i Winkler learn oftL ATTENTION, CO K. Color Jackets, Coa'e, Capes, : ) Common Bense 2 00 Vici Kid:: Plain of Cap ;; 1 ';;; Vici Kid, Lace. 13 t",. 2. : .;1

    hr departure tomorrow at coon. You are hereby ordered to | 1tlnUnnP 5ecktie.. 1\an>ig.... !I r Tots, Lace or Congress... 1 49 10") Viei Kid, Lace, 13 to 2. : .>
    I'hlecharming guebt of Mi-s IsabelJaina at the Armory appear< : Ladies' House Slippers. ; 1 75 Lace, Box: Calf .... ..... 1 _'6 125 Box Calf, Lace. 13 to 2 .
    Monday night at : Jo'clock ; "
    MI<>etog..1II not fade or creek when dye 1 GO Heavy rsitin Satin Calf IViciKid' .
    i Lice.9to13.
    ( had, by her delightful personality to receive pay for service : .ltbiiirection 1J1..wolid 1Jyu. I 'hoe?... .... .... .... .... .. 1 2'2' 1 25: Vici Kid Lace to li; I, .+.'
    won a prominent place in the when last called on for duty. book nod t. dyed sample frre.IJUJlO1D 51 7G Red: and Black Quilted New Orleans Hand Made Cable
    U. B. PAIKStLt buM Kuiiingion \"t. Katin Fur ..... .... .. i,
    Tops 149
    hearts: of her friend here, and her1 j Screw Hooe;.... .. .... .. 9c ,
    Ceptiin Co. K, lit Ueg., F. n. T. 1 00 Black Julietes. Fur Top.. llill! nf"Mcrchants are not barrel friar '
    : {.re-ieace will ho greatly IIJi",(;:! at IjAJ Ulack Felt Juliets, Fur tLii shoe. !' BEEN.VOULDBF IVIng -

    bFi the omlLg social llitutaiDUlf.nti. l0I Brown I' -pt!>r6ll sheeting, Taps ... .. ..... ... ... .. 81c'! Men's \'EXTOny .\ rAI.E:..
    Monday o ,ly. '!')<: yard. ARGUED THE PILOT 7oc: Black Felt rilippersliucd: 4n. Slippers. I MCrT JIVE"WA y K/ THE

    f", F. E. JiKAWNEK. Ilack ... .... . : .
    -! faithful arid Sere "iipper3. 24c |1 2> Vici Kid BUekOp ra. 9L: I OHIGI.VATOr.SOr;: 1 HE tdU .\i
    -- $I fit) Felt HhoeLeather Tip- IlIJ Vici Kid, Black. Tan or ,
    . i (oarne-t.worki for the: new Ctri-t'e WRIT THIS AFTERNOONJudge red, Lined, Lace. .. .. .. 1 1'j \Vine Color . .. .. .. .. 6175 "- AND ONLY
    church,, are the: menjhrof:: MI-H! ::1 12:: Felt .shoe, Lice or Con- : : Black or Brown Alligator i oil-

    --- rpLIIIt'd. .. .. .. .. .. S9J lU WhittPinorp '
    Faiinie CaIJ'Af-11'o i huitday echovl ] ? : iliby ElitP OUi 0} AND E\D S1LE 1 !
    Bhck I'5trf5COf: : :?, Lice or Conc Combination Poii-h . C-
    ' worki with great: bt'rht aLd have is hearing arguments on the i
    !: utjrly ope hundrtd dollari.wuicli u .. i injunction writ of the regular pilots P
    -- -;; .3-. Meyer S
    iioe ;
    they! will u-:, with other : Co.
    a-ociatiou against the teceders to
    mike, Gi to the Merchant Bijou bar for
    Iftr..I..d i >;Piney they hope t' to i ev ) hr-t-ca-j! in the of prevent their operation the bar
    : a h.indiurne pulpit for the ) way I on :
    ; new church. On FtLruarylt: thtyl'' 'li'pi:1 r:1rlelJL'1futi. ____u __ __ I Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.

    expect to give a Coloiji I Inception The Steamer Tarpon arrived at1 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. ___ n. I

    t11 j at which (j'J'ril: and Martha! \'an- { ;11:3'1: 1t: -t night! and brought; here I|

    '.: Ington/ will receive their jmny |t ie effects of several: faiailies: froiu : SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER I

    'P frisnd-i1ashi-itel by t I': |H:. Andrew: '! LocAL KoKFCAbT-Kaln tonight; Kundty -I I II 1 iA GREENHUT & 00. *
    cL44 in colunijl; dreThii recep- !! Jair, cooler, fresh to brisk south wliidFI ST. ANDREWS 1I

    ;,t I I \V. F'. Thompson a colored lawyer j Lilting tO DOrtUTemperature! I ,
    : : will b', at the red: jiice of ...Lt.ij I' l LINE.
    ; formerly of tills city, reestablished
    i l John e. Avery, corner IJiylen and J Jf in Last 24 Hours: .WHOLESALE GROCERS
    ... rights: to in the
    f !t'.Itnuut'trr'te. Dun I..tic'i will h1 I practice Maximum...._ ..__-..........-._........... etdegreea ,
    United :State') court in Jacksonvilleyetrday. The Pen=acola, !St. Andrews and I
    : .... ...
    jjiven I..t"f uf till etiU:rtiii i i I Gulf Steam-hip Comp aoy has fixed : Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St.. PENSACOLA, FLA.
    rc :ar J to tur.i.fns the !
    >: Temperature Elsewhere : following schedule and rates to .
    .f --- I I A di-patch from Cnphaven, onThursday :]1 apply between Pensacola ar.d the -

    North Hill Euchre club! met Bays the Ituisian lurk i .._ ...._.._.._....Mln:>. Mai.'Atlanta 4" I points! named : D. HALE WILSON,

    l rat ni It, th.- Kii"-t-i of Mr<. Frank Colin Archer Capt. Ohwan, from :i liuiimrck._ ?..-ft .\l CHEun.t

    11. iJuari. KVgint r'ui ll.huHnti' Hull Jan. 21 for PIu.acrl1IJad pat (Chicago ._-.. It n Steamer: Tarpon will leave Pen a-

    were -"rvI'11! at lliclone! 1.if the:i I iu there with rigging damaged. : 'Cincinnati.._.._....._.__....!1bl'l' \ :,lI cola every: Tuesday night; at 8HO I:! ; ;'Real Estate and Rental Agent

    ' l-alniJi: veryoiid( fjj j +yiuptheplaa4; t! I (l l tou___ ._._.. ..????4 1 til o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile ,
    : 1 N. H. Frohlicrmteia'-i ci? S alit eve iIii. TJI! pr'ZM' woiodwirdcl i i factory ut Mobile; wa robbed by Jachonville .._.. tl A train. This will enable aperson 1 a2 South _'':llafis\: MriM-t; ,

    t .- as f.I1.,* .: '1'.> Mr-,. \\'Ihll.atl l Klinb", City _?._..... IK..y to leave Mobile at 5 p. m.,

    4 Iuwaltvl.dleilrstrfzr! : u !hatilhonr. hurglare t.e! other night: ;,oods to M'tit ....._.........._. ;.' 7s make clo-e connection at Pensucola TFLEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORID
    the! value of 1125: being taken. Burglars ... and reach ht. Andrews the w .
    hwl',. Ij.tihM* nnolitioii, to -mpbin .. ......_ 8J 4i| next
    ; are doing a go<,J bu-iue-i-in MbbliM ..... ..... ..._.......... ..?_..KJ (11 morning at 7 o'clock.I'ISxIiNGKK.
    ili+n Fitn.i' CuM veil: a pretty J4:1.; ,
    ir, Mobile.! Montgomery .. f> <'! R\TtS.
    * i :tau i" tea; pot. J'r..I"sing iratiam! I New
    "', won the %.:litl-.inanN first prize, aate. The Kwedt-h Lark Cripen arrived New York .............. ..... ......._. :F, 41)iavannali The pa ?enger rate from Pensacola I

    " ... and rthtfd or. a mud bar fur several I ........._ ........_. 42 MSt. will beat fallows. :
    -- d, at Mobile. hike Louis ....... ... ... : > t't To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
    lys was Hooted I
    pnfntyc \Jo); round trip |10.
    :rt Six !Physicians Thursday! night! and went up to the T. Apalachisola( and CarrabeIletis -

    ducks to discharge 6xw barrels of THE MARKETS. il); round trip $lo.; SALE
    The,e fares include first.ciass
    creosote: for the L. & N. railroad.
    I cabin: stattroom and meals.
    Said Diabetes.
    Charles Evans, the thief, who Further information can be securedby
    Ii. I II could not leave Kelnia without COTTON REPORT. applying at the company's olllces
    I : an-
    I in the Thiesen building.A i ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK.
    i other man's bicycle, was given fit) I ..

    ,. nri'ht' Dh4C.u C nnd IMahctCHi i: day n'i a "I <5tH" prisoner. The
    Reported THE NEWS by D. F.
    "i i Arc Positively Cur hlc:. ( line wheel is held at the police star Lowe Co. GOOD It ECODI ES D.\T10S. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted piece I 64 inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth, in all

    Ii i ii i i, tiou at the pleasure and ideutiOca- Spots. "I have noticed that the sale of $1.98 suits suit.all wool, worth |3, special sale Colors, regular $1 yard this sale: Mte!

    lion of the owner. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver yard.
    John A. I'lu-li, rt tlii) lintel itrtu'Iler, ':1'1' I j Good Middling..9 1.8 Remember carry a full line of
    fUltf.rAr..I.I..I..t: tluu Sat F ruuclwo tiut.1. Tablets is almost invariably to those Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin 41-
    r ,
    ,' age
    J. It. Keeling left for Atlanta, OaO: ., Strict Middling ..... .... .. .. .!j
    { LPantunoutrt'Irwrd. < 1.'I'mIN'r I. I.'H., I I.'I" who have once used! them," says Mr. prices to suit everybody. Inch Dress Good! latest ont, regular
    . i ...,. LId afternoon to be at the bedside' Middling .8
    In \ fur tirllevit 7.8 Look at Show WiLdow for
    QIt |i "'iilii to llrlifhYi i ilflMaw our
    i 1 J. H. Weber |1 yard, this sale bac
    a prominent druggist yard.
    anil 1'1111.1" of his brother, N. II. JeEllugwho i isI Ladies' Underwear.We .
    :. ii am curable Will you Htrict Low Middling.8 0 16 prices! on
    j I II of Cascade Iowa. What better as pieces Dress wool
    recommendation Fancy Goods
    : li-t Uk innutliiu )uur raseA t reported to be dying. Mi-id Minnie Low l\Iiddling..8 carry a swell line of Ladies'
    I I 3.8 and ilk, $1 this sale\
    l'' .-You may I'vi 1.1| many tttmut I lt.I 1 i Eva Berton, a niece accompaniedMr. could any medicine Flannel and Bilk Waists at prices BO regular yard,
    l I Q.-UIt1Ilty.I.-I1111J1 di clam II Ulul.rt.iil Tone Hteady. have than for people to call for it everybody can wear one. 74c yard.

    j A.-A bait
    ,< rllnfil Kt'aillly till Dually! I biul to wll luy i known in this city. them when you feel dull after eating Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta. silk warp, regular yard this
    I i!, tuslnrnii. 1 In- l.khtftuttor llioiixht I'd live only March .!).(X5 when you have a bad taste in drawers to match. sale hoc yard.

    about nil Nr..ku aiiJ a.hUid um to k'.ralghti I Miss A. Oroman, one of the few May. 3 your mouth feel bilious have noap- 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch/ All-wool Tricot,

    but my arUlrs. i lady coiiiiusrcidl travellers who -- petite or when troubled with constipation worth We, special 3oc; all colors regular sic yard this sale2jO
    Q %How H4ion dM you lx;lti to nu"lid under have iiridn a success in this line is in and you are certain to be de. drawers to match. vard.
    t tbn t'ulltiu OiiitiMtuurN f I NAVAL HXtmtJi [ :T. lighted with the prompt relief which 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts
    t''Jayt Rpceivcd
    ,,. ,
    | A lli f-H.ellicnr lty 'K'" l 'vn to ilmli, the city. Miss Grornau representsVilbers
    t but It wan uuarly a )car before I van "crr"ll | pl/I'ted Dally for The New they J.t'or sale by all drug. worth $1. special 75c ; drawersto \Vautings, regular2Jc yard.thli sale
    I \ & lj -
    wuuJ iroman'a Cocoa and gists and medicince dealers. match. IGc yard.
    J y -KM any wlmm you toMof It IlIlifllt ? j Chocolate, with In both Union Naval Store Co. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel'sHairUndershirts Lidies'
    Tt i Ai-',: .rat ro..II..r HUIn-trn Hint Krtbt'nIi'aw. headquarters Rpady-to-Wear Rainy-
    | uxiu luurluK toy OSI"'Io'II, touk Itaul ; New York and Philadelphia B08I5. We have just received our worth fI.Wllpec. Day Skirts: worth $l.W, special sale
    1&#. r''IIw'r..1.n W W ___tl 25 H_ __?2 85WO ial II ; drawers to match in White, 93c each.
    4e4u nirall the t 1903 Go-
    | AI iliin't yyu hko In uwbllim nnm-ii tin m Without i 1 J. )1. StephEn, of Atlanta, with! ____ 8 NS O___ 8 00S line of Heywood Red and Fawn colors. L"9 Ladies' Rpady-to-Wear Rainy-

    II their.. |iiTiiUhicin.. ....non ..". a fr'fml In C'ullla- | C. n. Sherman, are at the Merchants _-__ __ 81\5 K ____ 1WU Carts with all the latest ijn- We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts guaranteed all wojl I,

    It. *"i l,RN ihlu intur who.JIoI.*.H 1"'".1 lie rM-oxvntl ort lijr Lll Auolhir commny !I today. Mr. Stephen is superin- _?___?__ S 15 E______ _. 11111 provements. Call and see Shirts and Drawers, worth |3; spec worth $4, special sale $;U8 each.
    Wai. Ihiit i.I a widl to do 14,1 I) In tills elttwh. } K __ 3 y) D.. '_.,_?._ l onI ial to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
    i uas alsu V\\PU up by brr jihjlxUus She 1 U |! teudeut ot the Southern territory ofI them beauties- 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed
    it ... _-_____ 2 HO Cc\beIOWl ; they are Skirts, worth f 1.60, special
    tow rtly'
    *f tj pi What di> tliluk iinK \If. ot rhnmlc ling Lou I MM,av aad IIlah'I" j land' himself and his assistant areJ -.-- -- 2oc ; drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Fig
    l A.*! bat kuoHa for novcrul year that tbryK 24 doz. and Girl's Gray and ured
    Boy's Skirts
    < arc curalilnir J here iu connection with the establishment worth $2 50 to 16, special
    A. <'.ri.tlnli tn-v do. and f r that reason. of a branch of the American MARITIME. drawers to match. I' Jackets, our price
    c fi!. many gradually.MiMlrat HIM.nut al Ilmt la nrto U, but they will : : District Sfeaengerl8etvtce.Stockholders :Florida Cane Syrup at We carry a full line of Ladles', $1.48 to $8 each. You will save

    Solomon'sI Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
    I" I in the Carnival Assoclution that we can save you 25c on. i buying.
    woiln atfrii. that Ilight'c a tl"e
    c and lui" it'R IUlllnellule.! but S pT tai arepu will be furnished tickets to} CLKARKD. Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at f 1.30
    furniture houseon
    lttv"ly "'rllVI'rlntlod'r thn r'ultun Compound I the coronation ceremonies at the Nor Tentonla, 5K5. Hdjrunen. by M II Pryor's of Men's Clothing Bougnt at 50c on to K; worth nearly double
    *. (( 'IIIIIIOO foniis of kidney complalutaud Hulllvaa fordarston with tttlu ;- West Government street and dollar. We will close them Doable-Breasted
    out 2-plece
    at 49
    rb uuiatUm oRir! but abort rvautacoe:) house by Mr. Geo. P. Went bar value U.8T4: Boys'
    1-rlcrt, II fur the IIrlJht..III..eusr and tl !iiI for j, opera furnished my entire house for just : just j price off other merchants. suit, worth $!.fiO, special 9Sc suit.
    the IHalwtle I'flmjHiuml John J.uauo; to.lidMnntaomrry ., worth chairman of the invitationcommittee. RAILED.Kr .
    one-half of what I expected to
    I pay.
    st San
    SB ChaUoo.'.:tI1, Ba&derson for Vun.
    These (
    Fred 'o tt nia.lo fur p lleb'a. Decrytivo can be exchanged It to and I don't I Don't Lookat
    pallll.hlc mailed tow. at Coe's Book Store on the 9h, 10th kirk was a surprise me, Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you
    know why I remained single so long.
    Ours. Remember the
    and llth for reserved seat After ( PORTLAND CEMENT a ,

    , ;. HANNAH BROd., the latter date the tickets will be i in $2.60 per barrel. A. V. CLUB S, F. E. BRAWNER.

    . Solo Agents for Peus icula. valid. I Corner Bra and Garden Streets.! ltudgiu's, life Best for DC. .05 S. Palafox St.


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