The daily news

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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 9, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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J JUDGE E. -D. BEGGS I PEOPLE MLisonrl'M OF Jew THE Senator.DAY I the :Two SPORTING Trotter. For WORLD Gf'eu. DECISION WILL BE is I JlY\

The legislature of Missouri has elected Among the latest bits of interesting

William J. succeed light harness news is that Ed Geers is '
Stone to George i

FIXES PENALTIES Graham Vest In the T'nitetl States sen- to raw Lady Thisbe, 2ll.. and Di- ii'tl!
,ate._ Mr. Stout is fifty-four years of rectum'iUCby Spier, 2:11:Henry!'. the Sehmulbach two fast trotters of-

age.! lIe was'orn in Madison: county,
Wheeling W. Va., next season. As it

Ky., but early removed to Missouri, was announced some time ago I that Mr. ,ji

where be was educated in the stateiniversity Sehmulbach had engaged Charley Lyonto :

Violators of the Statutes Made to Feel the at Columbia. His first public train for Mm, it was generally supposed Judge Reeves Buried in Work To-Day Delv- ;;j .rf ,

'office was as prosecuting attorney of that he would race the Schmul r

Lash of Justice This Morning Two Prisoners I bach campaigners, but it develops that ing Into the Papers in the Pilot Injunc.. y*, f t t

he is only to educate the colts and<< 1
Sent for Terms in the State PrisonA tion Case Questions Involved-Ar- ': :; I i.i
Up green horses of his employer, while the ---Many ; j

racing tools go to the "silent man from J "I I'I'i
Preacher Fined Heavily. Tennessee." guments Last Over Five Hours. I j\ ,: :: '

Lady Thisbe and Directum Spier .. .J., ....1 .
-- were star performers last season until Ii. t f
they dropped out midway of the .caniTKAIXEK .' r ;\.I.f { 'f ,;,
Jig r.',; who had been con4 him that he had been dn houEet It may be said that Judge LuciusJ.
4: .1 ..t the! past term of court enough to have robbed the nun who Reeves is today"up: to his ears"in I! :.'V' '4 '

",.r.. ., :,i.icd: this morning; by had given him employment, who work. lie is delving Into the papers It now develops! that Anaconda sold :' jtl( '; :

Ja'r.! ., who had ordered that i had thus contributed to his support. submitted in the famous injuac- for :$:;<5coo.' ,-. ...,- }

t ..un; be convened today: for that Porter was also made to pay the r w tion case of the fighting pilots, and I I be An held early at Indianapolis.July trotting meeting will 4 f .V ,., ft.' I!,

udge Beggs gave costs of prosecution, which are ,G said that he would probably be. unable "
,'j i. Ii! purpose. :: r.H Geers will have Directum 2:11: j, "
ae. .
._,!" "f the penitents a little lecture heavy .a' to arrive at a conclusion within and Lady Thisbe.! 2:11 ,, In his stable .!' ;;1 Ithis

year.The .... ,1
sentence. Alma Crenshaw the woman i/ the next few days at least
a.f, infer- !'ie passed: negro t '
Pontiac (III.) Racing associationhas
sentenced was Lum who killed another Goulding, was Briefs In the case had not been ". !.
T',- fire man claimed July 7 to 10 for its first !

Webb, white, for assaulting old man called for sentence. This woman submitted up to 2:30 this afternoon meeting of the season. OJ}; >

J.V.. toners of Lynn, Mass., has 1' '!!
and the
now under consideration
E-lttnan: : with a picket. Webb was carried a young baby in her arms papers
purchased the trotter Leon, 2:23>,4, of ; ?;: t ,, ;, i.
fined }:2"t! and costs or 60 days at hard and it was a sight that appealed to are'somewhat of an advance Elmer Lothrop of Beverly. I : ) i f

.jbor. the crowd In the court room as she skirmish. Byron D. Rugby of Putnam, Conn., i'j i '

Henry Goodwin, white, was the stood before the bar.: Judge Beggs S \ 11it This oral and preliminary "skir has purchased the stallion Fram, by. !"I. i f l I: ,1 j-
Direct dam by Abbotsford. 'i I !
,ennj lI11n.I Goodwin had pleaded informed her how hard it was to impose WILLIAM J. 6TO E. mish" was made in chambers Saturday Wealth2ll: )ii. by Gambetta Wilkes, I' ; !f ,j..

j3y!: to carrying concealed weapons a sentence, but his duties required Vernon county, Mo., In 1ST3. In 1870 the arguments lasting over five Is wintering; at the Clifton farm, Gor- '! ;: "{ fi' .I 'fllous'llIt'

aid d been convicted of resisting it. He therefore adjudged that be was a presidential elector on the hours and concluding after dark. Va., and his owner, Colonel f .. .lj
: Democratic ticket. He served three \V. II. Chapman sets him down for a 4 i .
she be confined at the state Briefs will be prepared and filed as '
hile so armed. Judge Beggs :2:10 this : J
crH R terms in congress, sS5: to 1891: and pacer season. .t.1. .

r:. ,w, 1 him the fallacy of resisting for a term of five years at was governor of Missouri from 1S92 to the nest step. John J. Scannell, owner of The Abbot '

1S!>5. In the of ivjtj and :!:03' has John : to Ii
:, armed, giving bim a severe hard labor, and that she pay the campaigns The sense of the injunction is to : engaged/ Kelly ; : I '
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tils. II'. the weapon plea he was costs of prosecution. When she executive committee of the national make evendissenting pilots line up Kelly will be located at .

.!-.. : C, i'd costs or three months; learned her fate she nearly collapsed, Democratic committee Hi is a resident to an obligation they subscribed to Scanucll's::; farm for the present. ,.; ;1. f J

of $t. Louis, where he has an extensive Dr. M. I.. Ilumstou of Goo laul!, '
. .r '. ..-'Y> / !lie, was fined:: Ego and and as an act of mercy Judge Keg s when the association was merged
law practice.Mr. Ind., has sold the fast pacing twoyearold 2.
,.-. "r : i months, the second ordered her.taken back to the county ', into a corporate body. These seven, ) Oily Topsie Wiley, by Judge Wiley, -; :

:. ':", t r .' at the! expiration of jail.: nicbardaon to Retire. as has been repeatedly told, are alleged 2l'Vi. dam Xella Coast by Coastman, ; .J

:' f j'., .' i i :" begin immediately Repr'sentative Uichardson of Tennessee to have agreed to offer no impediment 2KS'i, to John M. Stanley of Chase, i I',, "
THE HALL OF FAME.amii' lad ,
"... \ : ''.'" ii'i'and costs: be will probably retire from congress in the way of the pilotage t :, ;

: : Las confessed that he is leaving political life to devote business. They signed an agree- CONDITIONS OF SUCCESS. ;; r t 4 :
'.Il'\ his time and attention to Masonic af
Writing a bonk, but be is keeping the ED GEEKS. ,
ti-!. burglarwho fairs.; Mr. Richardson Is at the headof ment or contract to work all together \ .I'
Will negro The conditions of eminent
subject: a Secret. I1ain.; lien Kenney: was training and successare ,1 ,.ft."j:1
pleaded gnily to five charges Kaiser Wilhclm takes great interestin Masonry and is being urged to give racing them and what he did with but have since bought a boat and inexorably hard. Only a few will 4
up congressional work by members of r ;
the work of the Young Men's Christian Lady Thisbe in particular was unusual, worked independently. It is held make the sacrifice. .
., sentenced to four
f burglary;: wag: the order. Should Mr. Ilichardsou decide '
association in Europe. as he contrived to win $t'.lKNJ with her Fir't-One must believe his adopted !
teen year: in the! state: penitentiary. of the to retire, and his congressional colleagues In four races and without so much as by the complainants that the con vocation is for life and he must work j 1 1
Dean HulJiuon
The other two negroes: ; Bob Cat fey South Dakota Historical society, Is to mind to say doso,he, has he will about leave made congressat up his winning a heat, which was cC11ainlyremarkal.le tract has been broken ; that the operation like a gladiator. Patient, reward.untiring industry ; J. '!; 4
always receives Its :
write a history of the state. i of an independent boat is a :Ii'
aud John 1:1011who: were Implicated the close of the present session. lIe
She trotted second to Rhythmic at Sl'cond.-To be a "society; man" and J :;
Henri IIl'ut'h.lonor of the $:!OOOO was r-'Ieett'lilast fall, but is not likelyto violation of a legal contract, and the ,
wih Brown, were discharged.Rfdtrn Brighton Beach New York, in the $10,- a lover of pleasure is fatal to success. j '!
aerhil: navigation prize won by XI.
McDonald, white, for assault begin WiO Itonner memorial purse, beating court is asked to enjoin the same Third.-Only such recreation as is 'j'j. ."J
!Santts-Duulolt! bas purchased' a paper Mr. Richardson is now the leader of
in l'arithe Petit Bleu. Major Delmar for the place. The next from working outside of the regular necessary to preserve health is per- j ;' ,
: with intent to commit man- : the Democratic minority, and his retirement ,1misliiblt'
week at Readville, Mass., she was second : ';fIFourt
Captain Francis Marion Scliell the will bring a sharp contest between association, which is regarded Il j t :
;'Uulttr.;; wa given two years in In the $5x4)) Massachusetts purse as a and \- '
fatuous scout and plainsman, has just Williams of Mississippi, Champ Intemperance excesses J ,, L
::jP r.litf'ttlary. train to lu this event Major Delmar pas the fine legal point of all kinds are barred out I. 't'! 1-. ij
dieil. lie took the first wagon Clark[ of Missouri and Underwood of )
)-.11(' Piyii- was convicted of California in the gold excitement of Alabama for the leadership, with Williams winner, and It is said the result HO dissatisfied Judge Reeves, talking of the injunction Fifth.-It is mandatory to rise early, :; 1 : I J;
Mr. Schmulbach that he and with clear brain refreshed t' j'
ISI.!: of Illinois available dark a : by necessary : 1';'
as a today, said that there are ;
: !ling c'!:u'Ktns. He endeavored Keuney: quarreled and separated, and I
Thomas 15. Uced used to deny that he i horse should the more active candi- rest. Morning is the best time to : l'J :i
tot .- ; "tit by i fading that his mind weighed more than 2iH munils, al- dates get Into a deadlock.A his horses were sent home and raced no perhaps 500 legal questions involvedin work, as the proverbs In all languages :' 1J
more In 1902.International:: I
* but JOJge Beg .5 said he tlioudi! ajiiiarently much hea\ier. "No a consideration of the matter, testify. 1 ". .

Seal Ionian weighs:; iimre than 200jmr.iul.V Social Lender. Billiard Matrh. some of which are the public policy, i.tth.-U occasion demands It, one .J ; ."
> mind
the he had
? by
way must face the strk'tert in diet i
of his. economy t. ; .
was an expre-sUsii have
The George: Goulds: taken up Followers of professional billiards
.-Ir": >1 t., nj i himself of the stolen the faulty or good agreement/ the dress and all home surroundings.- ,. J j'}
Charles 1!. Morton, formerly an Indian their resilience at their mansion in Lave their eyes set on Paris and the '
:; 'Wi-; i'.yu- wag fined $;;0 and costs lighter, has: been made the newt'upt'rintl'IHt'lIt New York after a prolonged stay at prospective world's thampiunsllip event, contract itself, the legal status of the Charles Stewart Smith in New York 1 ,r f'ij
Commercial Advertiser. ,
rt r-u. .uthsathardUbjr. of the \\es-teru divisionof Georgian; Court, Lakewood, N. J. The which it is expected will soon be corporation and many others. He i .

the Western t'liion Telegraph com- Goulds: are now 011 the top wave in the launched there. Reports from the would not :)}' '&
in the 1
R .
f H.-tiry Nichols made an iany, with beadijuurters at Omaha, serial swim of the metropolis.! The first French capital state that the posters WORLD'S FAIR NOTES. .
matter of an opinion on either side. .
'-'I'' ',1"i pi- a for mercy. He was Neb".James formal notice that they were back in are already out announcing the tour- ; .ft:

M--:. ,Jit :Sx" of Baltimore, Mil., and the city came through; Invitations to a neyith: Cure, Vignaux, Sutton Slos- TO CUUB A COLD IN ONE: PAY French amusements are to lie a feature i t' ':;
j.reacher, not a bud \Vilfonl Six of (Jreeneahtle! I'a., brothers reception dinner null miiMcale. Mrs. son, Gibeliu! and Marva as the entries. of the world's fair at St. Louis. A If J. I : t.;

:...11"' i I. r, "c rd was clean, "but the met a fl'la 's afro the first Gould is famous as a manager of such The failure of Schaefer to enter Take druggists Laxative refund Bromo the QuinineTablots money it it falls All to site has been rented! to a l'aris firm at .i :i f

rl < "'' ".J that I is guilty, and asannul time in lifty-one years. The former is aroused considerable discussion every cure.o box. 25c.:. W. Urove's'slgnature Is on tach $2odlN:: ,. I .

: now seAeiity-ei years old and the i where, and M. Bensiuser of Chicago, The camping: grounds for civil and ; 'ji
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mu-t be whipped with .
latter eighty-two.;: the real promoter of the tournament, military organizations at the world'sfair ,i, r {
'!.*''.? atnp->c." His record was antl'J \rdlhjf'hl'p Canon the rrNhl'I'snr'of arranged for the postponement of: the Older Still have bees laid out to accommodate j i ,
Major Pond, the lecture t' 1
manager 10,01 MJ to 12,000 men 'V,; ; "!
In Alibaina, where he said the late Archbishop Tenijilo in the event In order to give Schaefer a was negotiating with John Kendrick
office of Hagfish; primate, left a daughter chance to reconsider the matter. Halsey C. lees chief of the art dl'i 1:
i uJ i Bangs for the tatter's talk on "The Evolution -
"pI.d" .
of children to tike .
and three sonslio have gaineddistinction partment of the St. IuiH world's fair, I ;
:a ,lf- J ud,?e Heggi listened atten- as writers, l:. P. Benson being !W :Makeup of Peoria Dall Team. of the Humorist. The major has completed: preliminary arrangements 3. 'ii;
made to the of
Inquiries as
u: .y tl."n said the author of "Itodo." t ., George Simmons president of the jwme for a splendid Swedish and Norwegian ': S i>
that from tho evi- ) the lecture and Bangs replied that It .t:
Ul'ardmirul George W. Melville, 1 Peoria Western league team, has announced representation at the eiposltion. .1 a
J'A'I: with Adam and Eve and
: uJIJJ began came
; the defendant wa i the of next t, i"S
year's 1
the noted arctic explorer' recently makeup down to the present day."Can't t .
:iJiii! ; r m nun to be at large: he I reached the retiring age, which in the Peoria team as follows: Manager and 'em older The largest mule on earth, a three- .t. i.! ':
f'SiJ r3 catcher, William Wilson you"e something year-old jennet belonging to Michael .> .. ,"-4'
-14Je,>t' i a systematic method toy I navy Is sixty-two, but will be continued ; than that?" the manager asked joking- t
on active duty as chief of the bud Hart Schafstall, Killen, Jones and Murray of Hereford, Mo., will be exhibited :. f ) i

j un-u-ppcting[ people who ha I reau of steam engineering.V. Lundy; first base, Dave Calhoun; second ly.The funny man refil'CtCtor a moment at the world's fair, St Louis. : 'I \Ii!

>Jtra.tKl Um with their confidence \ T. !Scott is president of Franklin base, Shugart; third base, Tibald; and then said "I might work in She Is 18 hands, or C feet, high at the ,4' .' t.

1:1! 1\,1.t: uaraeter not wanted in college \\"". II. McCoy, janitor of that v shortstop, Holly; right field Lezotte; some of your jokes it you think the audience shoulders and weighs 1,705; pounds. .., t r t.,
\ institution was one of Scott's classmates center field. King; left field. Thiel. will stand It." '1
'x-i-: ay. Oa the two charges ol, in collect; In those days McCoywas ll Of these players Killen Lundy, Cal- Better than Gold. .t' ; {'

".:' :?. n-'nt; on which he had been I honor man of his class while Scott houn, Shu art. Holly, King and Thiel An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. "I was troubled for several years i' 1.i

I.\. :-.1.) was far behind Jiim in all studies. are new men.REMARKABLE .'
i.e must pay each a fine I "Some time ago my daughter with chronic indigestion and nervous t'J
:C'.1 lush J. McGowan has promised f22- 7"r 5_ debility," writes F. J. Green, of i j t
: ''''-ts or serve three months rill to the $:!" ),OUII, fund which is being CURE OF CROUP.A caught a severe cold. She complained Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helped :' j. J i'l

4': '"I! ib >r in each case.J' raj'I1 in Indianapolis for the erectionof MRS OEOUGE J. GOULD. of pains in her chest and had a me until began uing Electric Bitters I. \ (

'-! I' 'iua! a great coliseum or convention hall. Little Boy's Life Saved. bad cough. I gave her Chamber- which did me more good than ; :.+
boy, convicted of affairs, and the recent event was said all the medicine I used. t '
I have few words to regardingChamberlain's ever They ;fi
a to
If the plan is carried out, an effort say lain's Cough Remedy according
'a':" :y. w n given a term of 60 days to be up to her high standard. She wnsgi'eu have also kept my wife in excellent "t1
be made to secure one of the national Cough Remedy. It directions and in two days she was Electric '
: .. credit for arranging everything, health for years. She says 11'
>: :city j jiil. lie stole a conventions 1t5)jO..t saved little life and I feel 's
even down to the smallest details, and my boy's well and able to go to school. I Bitters are just splendid for "
.4; t> i l\. the result showed her unusual ability that I cannot praise it enough. Ibought have used this remedy in my familyfor female troubles; that they are a :," 'i', ,
Burnett's Vanilla Extract has outlived bottle of it from A.E.fSt the and have grand tonic and in vi orator for weak, :{ :
k-JK seven
tc-lier! white In such matters. Among the 103 guestswere a ere past years
was fined fW; criticism. It is the finest and run down women. No other medicine .f "I f
purest '' known it to fail, James I.
\in''r' some of the lenders of the exclusive of Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got never says
". mths at hard labor. vanilla extract that can be bought Prendergast,merchant.Annato Bay, ClAn take its place in our lams ; v. 'J
set, whose number has fluctuated home with it the baby could .
poor i India Islands. The ly. Trythem. OnlySOc. Satisfaction f
E Jamaica, West '
xv I .
Vickers, white, pleaded Once tried, always used. during the past dozen years between hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas pains in the chest indicated an approaching guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- i j-- :: a

Aity\ M finbezzlement, and was Goldring's No. 3 saloon at the 150; and 0. It is said that the Goulds directed every ten minutes until attack of pneumonia, berte, 121 South Palafox street h '. r ,f
!5S will entertain ou a large scale frequently which in this instance was undoubtedly : '!< ,
j "
? aid Union since its opening, has "threw up" and then I thought sure
co ts. depot
during: the season and that the firstaffair warded oft by Chlmber.lain's A Cure For Lumbago. i i.t 1 1
EJW. become noted the place"to find he was to choke to death. We ;
as going
Grimes white fcr train of what Is to Cough Remedy. It counter-
is Just a suggestion w. C. Williams ot Amherst Va. 1 f i-
the best and purest brands of liquorsto bad to pull the phlegm out of his acts any tendency of a cold toward } 1'
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; follow. "For than I +
Wi- suffered k
jailed for three weeks atU''j ears: more a year -
:,: be found in the city. You will month in great Ion? strings. I am pneumonia. Sold by all druggistsand I from lumbago. I finally tried t .1':1'

:1tj Lit''r.' receive polite attention and be made We are the only furniture positive that if I bad not got that medicine dealers.DPPORTLAND Chamberlain's Pain Balm and It '. j' r,t' fitf l I
t> bottle of'congh medicine, my boy
rter, the who gave me entire relief, which all .' f;( f
negro boy the who today.JOELDBMONT CEMENT at
in earth
dealers carry
city would not be on J ,
other remedies bad failed to do. .
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)1.- iictej' j a systematic robbery of J. i If you want your office a compUte line of china by all druggists, Inwood and, Iowa.medicine For deal-sale $2.60 per barrel. A V. CLCBBS, Sold by all druggists and medicine ; rJ.j :! 1

c. tore, was:: sent up four furnished go to Marston 42uina's. cases and sideboards. We Corner Bra and Garden Streets. dealers. 'i: ,j' .1'; .

Pars m the state penitentiary They have an elegant sell them fur cash or on ers.Foiey's Hot French Waffles with Hot Chocolate with t I ..' fj \" J

aj-'e lprss: was especially severe II line of roll top desks easy payments. Marston $ Kidney Cure Florida Cane Syrup at 1V1dp-pedCreaD1 at Solo- : 1'f t
t..lkit: to Porter. He informed and offlce'chairS' I Quina. imkcs kidneys sod UadJcr tight.e Solomon's. mon s. : t ,


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.. The Cause of Many JOE THE COWBOYJoe That new boarder went to Bleep ,
.. with the gas turned on'and very dearly

Sudden Deaths. was not a nice boy at all There suffocated: exclaimed the woman, who

were doubtless many excuses: for a was very naturally in a state of great
There is a disease prevailing In this
and distorted by the excitement
nature perverted rAt
country most clan erous because so decep-
T tive. Many sudden blasts of circumstances to which it ,'Well, well!" rejoined her husband, [(1q

deaths are caused by had been exposed but the' actual result who does chores now and then, "who

a It-heart disease. ns represented in Joe was neither would Lave thought it? From the

pneumonia, heart gratifying nor edifying, save' in one amount of light it pave I never thought:

1 I failure or* apoplexy qualification-Joe was an excellent that gas was strong enough to hurt _ _
Ij are often the result 8n.fbody.Washington Star.A .
cowboy. Infants and Children.The
:. A of kidney disease. If for .
When calves were to be branded no
i I[ kidney trouble is al-
I lowed to advance the pitiful bleating eofteued Joe's heart Magnificent Work. Kind You Have Always Bought has borne time si-ma.

c kldneypolsoncdblood nor stayed his hand. Choked to the "A magnificent work, his latest story ture of Clm. II. Fletcher, and lias been made under his

.-. 'c. will attack the point of, death by the tension of his you say?" personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no otto
vital the ")Ianitl'nt! Why, it's the finest story
___ organs or cruel noose these tender creatures
to deceive in this. Counterfeits Imitations
Wdneys themselves break down and waste were dragged mercilessly through STA1OFftEALT! that baa been published this cen- you mtIl(1"Justasgooti"
but Experiments: anti endanger
csll by cell. are tho
away mud or dust or stones or blazing embers tury.
Bladder troubles most always result froma health of Children-Experience against lliler lllt'lit.
while their moaning m.therspz'd KODOL digests what you eat.] "Indeed? What's the gl'nernllden?
derangement of the kidneys and a cure is

obtained the kidneys.qvuckest If you by are a proper feeling treatment badly you ol shot eyes with upon lulling their tongues offspring's and: blood ago- KODOL cleanses, purifies and edges"Oh, cloth half edition morocco, ,finished gold or in uncut four The Kind You HaveAlways Bought

strengthens sweet-
can make no mistake by taking Dr.Kilmer'swamp.Root ales, and Joe, sweeping with savage .ens the stomach. colors, with" illuminated pages to everychapter 1 Bears the Signature of
the great kidney liver 2nd CTin-c from his saddlebow, stooped up -Baltimore News.

bladder remedy. a handful of dirt aid flung It with KODOL cures Indigestion. dyspepsia -
It to hold urine and scalding and all stomach
corrects inability derisive into their dumb i Artistic EHTF.
.. laughter poor
pain In passing it, and overcomes that and bowel troubles.
faces. Yet no man of the whole out "But Is there any really high art
unpleasant necessity of being compelled t9 fit conld calves as lie In KODOL accelerates the action of here?" she asked ns her glance took in
drag so many
f o often during the day, and to get up many the gastric glands and
the : of paintings at the winter
a given time to the branding fire, and
i times during the night. The mild and the gives tone to the digestive organs. Ii
extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon time valued even on the plains, 4 exhibit.
realized. It stands the highest far its wonderful Now, if Joe had come to his death by KODOL relieves an overworked The min beside her, whose picture In Use For'Over' 30 Years.

cures of the most distressing cases.SwampRoot trampling of cattle in a midnight stampede __ stomach of all nervous Lad been' refused a place! ou the walls, TMI eriT.un eoonNf. TT WUNICY.."nY. niw te.. CITY
is pleasant to take and sold or goring at the horns of a maddened strain gives to the heart a full, free laughed sardonically."No I .

J by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar.., cow or If his rendered desperate and untrammeled action, nourishesthe ," lie replied' 'the room is too .
sized bottles. You may pony nervous system: and feeds the -- --- ------ ------ --
: by spur thrusts and powerlessto brain. low for It.-l'len'lamll'lain Dealer
have sample bottle cf. ,
a ,._
this wonderful new disj j ',.: : at shake from its back so cxpt rt a rider Is the wonderful I W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY
q: KODOL remedythat ..
'kfl \4 t S .
, cavery and a book that ;1 had suddenly reared and flung itself | > > non}010. ,

\!' J tills: all about it, both n" ,ofsw jnp.Root. backward crushing him to the ground.I I sick people well is and making weak so people many I City Editor Why do you say, "lIe ,II, r t(

sent free by ma.i!. Address Dr. Khmer & Co. the end of this unpleasant youth would strong by giving to their bodies allot ran into the police station pulling and1.lowillr' \l\\ \ I. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER! IN

,: 1 Binghamtor., K. Y. When writing mention have beon in nowise singular. Hut that the nourishment that is contained in "Puffing"; and "blowing" are L-i--L h.:;

c reading this: generous: olfer in this paper. this! dunghill weed should experience a the food they eat. synonymous.Ueporkr ,fI LUMBER LATHS
f -Not at all. There's a vast ,
fate such as Nelson c-r Terry "might; Your Dealer Can Supply You.
:Z.- 1. ,_ Don't make any mitilt'. but rememhT have gloried in was certainly an extraordinary difference; for instance, pulling a man JIL".1 r1t
Bottles onlr.! J 1.00 Size holding{ times SHINGLE8-lin-Eml Eft7"
and blowing him Catholic
the name, Swamp Root. example of the vagaries ofdestiny. I the! trIal size which sells for SOc:. up
Dr. Kilmer1* Hwamp Root, find the : i I rREFAKED ONLY BT I: Standard and Times.A I II .
1:11 '- PEN8ACOI.A. FLA.
addre-, Bicgbauuon. :\. Y. on
Autumn and the herd otelloil'.st
was come, ; E. C. DeWITT & CO., CHICAGO I
every bottle.When Matter of Little :Moment. ___ __ _.
beeves was gathered. Seated I !
"Is it correct to 'the United
trannuil in their saddles! the owners !
contemplated with infinite satisfactiontheir 'I States is' or 'the United States are?' COAL AND WOOD.

Her Itleitng., sleek\ sides and contented faces "Oh, It makes no difference at all.
a man Lrgins to count ha! I I' John !Kheppard.Hargis'; Pharmacy Of recent years other countries are beginning

blessings he can "generally find plenty Excitf-incut(.,. flesh of anJ any was kind to be meant strenuously shrinkage Sidney l ann. ; to understand that the UnitedStates WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE

to be thankful for although sometimes avoided Iieeause of the corresponding! i means business either way it' THIS WINTER THAN EVER EFCRE
he may include things which might :\o StrioUH IJmtImttt.Dridget hapK-ns to be put.-ChieagQ Post.
shrinkage In the pockets of the two
not be regarded by other people 03 altogether was engaged; to be married
horseback who looked NOW
gentlemen: on
Terence l>
Joyous. to a young plumber, oan byname Quite So Uon't You Knot
' t Tni thinking about the wonderful through thoso 1 living prime roasts to a. and when two weeks l.efure the "Of course John is a thoroughly Eng
, rttei-ate perspective o? a winter of pleasure Thompson Olsen & Co.Manreso
t r progress the world has made and how day set for the wedding she fdl down lish name." .,

, (, much we've pot to be thankful for," and luxury following upon the sumiii the cellar: stairs kLe was iu tiw 'iepths "Oh, I don't know."
( r of toil and har "hip.
,;; Bald Mrs. Matthews, rocking In her oldetuffed of woe. "011, but it 1* The 'h,' you'll notice Street, Telephone 147.
'.. There is usually a thorn to the rose ==-<-' --- -
"I've broke o' front --- =
one -- -- -
chair, with a pair of knitting my Isn't sounded at all. Philadelphia
j: f i needles in her hands and a placid smile somewhere. Here there was a river to teeth," ehe wailed to her wi'trl'wiJ Press. ESTABLISHED ls6.McKENZIEOERTING.
. be crossed river which at this sea-
teeth has been best
; on tier face. my my beauty,
tW "It Is wonderful," admitted her niece. eon should have been' little more than a ma'am! Manny's the time Terence '.as Nothing Xf" ",

".: i "Seems as everything turned to rippling rill, but which! recent phenomenal Lad me show 'em to his friends: and Stubb I see where a pianist created & CO.DBALXBBIN .

:. jrood. There's lightning now. If ithadn't rains had swollen to an alarming remarked Low fine: they were! Oh.wlmat'Il a riot by playing in Paris. D 0

:" !i been for that I never should volume. Its turgid waters rushed eddying I do? WLafll do?" Penn-That's nothing. Plenty of pianists -

? have had those fine rods on the house I,)". and ever and anon a splash) of. "Tell Terence all about it when he do the same thing in our neighChicago and General
startling force told of banks undermined Ship Chandlery
blt and barn that make me feel so wife in comes tonight, and I'm sure Le'll saybees borhou Xews.Yl"rJ' .
and a still rising tide. $carcemore
i only I glad were not more severely
: a thunderstorm. And there's smallpox.If you
stones throw the
than a away oi>- "
It hadn't been fur that* we never injured said her mistress, LutBrilll.t True
.I should have known the blessings of posite bank fringed with timber and shook her head and refused to Wurrl(>dmnnn-I tell you, money Is I -
smiling in sunlight offered an Inviting the trouble REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A. ROE LING'S
' vaccination, and it there hadn't been be, comforted. greatest a man can have i HOK8 C0>
: nearsitrhu-d; folks nolmdy would have caKiping ground. I 'P1' VOh11'.1 le better for me 5f I'd I Iiarncote-Yes; especially' when he''! GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDBHEL A SON'S PUMPH.frmt .

};l'i:l thought to invent magnifying glasses The cattle, whkh h.111114''tl purposely I I broke some of my loneic"! she said hasn't any.-Judge.I.onemimr.. I fsrtagi Piisii! Oils Itatlcal listryneiits, Chit, iitlirs ShtiCOMPAH8F8. !
kept from the water until the momentfor "
"and all of 'cti.'
(JJ J and SIH-I-S. I (drchiro there's sight, of gloomily, majle I LOGS, TU.
cr..sing arrivi-d. entered willingly.burrowing ; I
things to be thankful fur." That evening after Terence had come
with noses deep in the cool .and Ilridgit appeared before her Oerald' -flood people' are scarce, I C. MaKenzie Oortinc Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Ao
;,k--t/./ gone
,>1.,' ,' !h'n1..<. Do aDd Duu't.Men thnh ami swishing their tail contentedly. luiMress, the ?!oori goue and her face 1triidino.--Tinmt: needn't make you ci tlon.

t", after all, are, and always will The boys knew their duty and sot in :1 broad sLiile.\ II f'l'd 1 IIJwOln-\\\-: -York-Herald. '

rJ 11 !>e. of two liIII'-lhl' men who accoiujilLsh led rather! than .rove" them along. All j "I towld him; all about it," she said :\ _. HiioteTelfH I'.nifdipnt.Mrs. I Itr THE GARDEN SECTIONPelisacolaF1orida

. and the men \\hll don't. The other corned going well\ and heading for the "I payly, ":lIld he says to tue.Vliat's a I Itoosevclt has adopted a novel ,

I ? day th"re was an inijHirtanttmf r- farther shore, wlien a big steer in th I' tooth moro or l.-s.s when it comes to leheine by \\ hmic'.i she can make cinitr I a O3P-o

enl'{'0:1 t the ollice of one of the biggest lead was Miililcnly seiml with panic, cookin'?e' he says carelcsslike and passed I I butions to fairs and h'azaars'otisilm'r'

,m men American t lJll'e. It 1"llIl'ar-' and. turning nl14Il his companions! with on to Cassidy's wake as it 'twas no I II big the many demands for souvenirs .

ly in the morning and at noon it was a frightened; "dlo'iukkl)' threw the matter at all.1": for such occasions. Mrs. Uoosevelt _
whole !living mass into riotous ('(mUlti- will in each caso send an embroidered
g- not oom-Iudfd. Promptly I at half past I I
!t lf: 12 the fli-rlkS went out to lunrli. Thest sion. That portion of the herd which The Mllnk handkerchief with her visiting! card. I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus

financier apologiztd to one nf his stenographers had! :md\ mi!i-l farthest into the river I In his biography Alexamlre Dumas -,

ri. for keeping him ten mill- and was III swimming depth was swept I Harry A. :>'pllrrys that the improvident New :Mellon Forentii.In I Beautiful Lots for Sale.
New Mexico there arc two enormous -
r utes after theregular hour--iiiihed. if down by the Refilling; tide struggling: : : I French author, who hated
and bellowing; and a couple (Ir boys i avarice, was once waiting in line for forest reserves one i-n the Pecos
) It Lad omirri-d often the stenographer
; the 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each accord
river, in northern part of the territory ,
d nft to mull'l'ill
r would have indignantly nought another spurn Imtly r gather ;: his cloak at a !'oirl'l'111'11 he saw a I
the other on the lila river, in the to location and surroundings.
t, position. lie did nut however. .tj.olo-! them back.: millionaire give a tip of TiO;m centimes (10 ing ,
sonlhwl'sl section, comprising
to the other eight millionaires Alas the very thing; most undesirable cents* to the servant who handed out i 3,701-1 -----
rise seven or -
. t J.! who sat about his desk until well had come' tIm pass' This madness of I his paletot DumI'ttill;:: his dOlk,1| 040 acres., This domain is as large as I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
the states of Rhode Island, I Ma
:0.i after 7 o'clock, with no thought; of fear, less re"isti'-.k1 than that of rage, threr down a Wo: franc note. "Pardon, I and oue-hal' of Connecticut combined. High, Dry Fertile Lands.

. luncheon or dinner. These men were was upon the: III 1"11. In \niii the shouts sir. you have made a mistake I think," I

j willing to make the sacrifice l wh l'hC'! of encourascnu'iit: from a wore of said the man. offering to return the The grandest opportunity for investment ever

f cess demands says the Cosmopolitan. hatr-w tliro.its. in vain the pressing I note "No. no, friend" answered Dumas I (.OXSy.\Tms. I

.".1 There Is no dearth of openinss for the hither and! thither of jold'dlnnil's. now casting! a disdainful glance at the Every civilized person noes soap i offered in Pensacola.

man who Mill tit himself I to accoiniilish.The l swimming in the angry; torrent, now millionaire "it is the other' gentleman | and water to wash off the accumul-i-j

PI!.f fact Is that the development- of I ser.inibling; up or down the unstable I who has made the mistake." :> tion of dirt aud filth from their body. j I Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

.is business has Iwcn more rapid than the bank. Jfter imp hour of hopdess "mill-I 1 but how many fruffertrsof constipii-j -

; development (.f men. and today there is t i iniT"-tutn'ststiess revolution of ai I i IUd 0"* \\aiit Iu Shine.i I tion think about the! accumulation .A. Clu"fo"fosCorner

fr:' : a greater need (If men of the right sort hue luillst'ine of living beefround !i "lIoll't'OU want to go to the letter I of filth within their body, which i ia I.. .

f than nnd great business isIft' and round head to tail packed with I world. 'Tommy asked a Sunday cchool : hundred times more detrimental

; looking ever for them.every I rib breaking pressure one asrainst the teacher of the new scholar. I to good health than the dirt on the Garden and Brit Streets.
outside The wate matter of food
other, after an hour In which every "No, mum." promptly replied the i
into the bowels which
passes are
,-i Sir. Bryan' Fcr. possible means of extrication has I been frank little fellow. I I the natural sewers of the human P.C. BRENT, WM. H KNOWL1<:M, W. K. UYKB. JK., J. K, KEKWEPresident. ,

William J. Ilryau during the last sIx resorted. to without avail the herd ".\IIJ why not Tommy?" I system. If here thi waste is alilowel I Vloe-Preild t. Cashier. An't fishier

\1t' years has made more money than any straightens itself out as if by accident I "Oh. when I IIiI'I want to go where I to accumulate the warmth oil!I

di other lecturer.. lIe had a very amusing and once more makes v .' toward the a fellow can rest." the body coon sets up fermentation;

; aud profitable experience in isi7, says I'I'l'osih'Iank.I I "\\ ( Ill)' boy you can rest there." I ard decomposition, passes: are formed First National Bank

11\1' the Kansas City Journal. The Chau- To keep tWin going In the right! dimtion I "Hut iu that song we sung* it said which are carried into the blood

tanqua assembly at Carlhl:':!'-. Mo., is nojv the cud and aim of every I I we'll all shine there. I get enough;: of and circulated through the whole j

\'t \ wanted him for a lecture. Like P.arkis, man and boy in the otltt t. That I I thai here. I'M a shoeblack, mnm." I system, and diseie i is the inevitable I*

;,, lie was willin', but askul $:oix) for his big brute that I is always III the lead result. I S OF PESSACOLA. FLA.
The best
I II j remedy for constipationi
!, services. The Chautainiuans, thinking may cause trouble a ga in. Indeed! is : I.Ilb\ulnj anil ICain. i i. HKPATICUIIA, because itmoves .
1 that too much declined but offered him turning at this in.'lnOlt, and .?>ic, whose I It is popularly sup|>o>ed that the 1'\1\1-1 the boweU ea-ily and naturally i rnitii OTQn.a: U

;r I;9 bait the gate receipts. He accepted 1,4'1'14'\'&' has been watdlillhim.. unes I tIl:1 downpour which usually without irritation, griping or sick- 'ii WM H. XNOWLE8.: W A. HLOUNT F. C. BRENt.. K. HYKI; A

their and had for his fchareomething .if i bright flash of lightning i is in 1'011)'a "nitl It
I proposition his pony forward to ('utttltl'fwt possible ) I i ;! give strength timid tone' D. O. BRENT,
"; 1\-M t over $::,:;LII), a pretty fairday's I : tin- effect of this Illflntu"lItlIHII\ | caused by the flash.: MeteorologistsImmire : 'to the liver and eventually cures. |
I "
" ,,: work. the cattle Ii; his immediate neighborhood. ; 1 proved that this Is not the case old by all druggitsFoley's ,

.; !. )!iIlIiIlwith; the rush and roar: i and that exactly to the contrary, it is ___ r r i n ad m91t1;; X Aa 1 UAt i

To Him Mln. AVniU.Mr. of the sultry torrent ,I..."'" curses are I I not only possible but highly probable [ \

mi 1! ('ritll : mbcakAll things come to 1 \ l:
I'! the fellow who \\'ails.l I I swims dtvp, and the I IMIJis awash to Is the real I lU-C of the Hash. cures colds prevents pneumonia .
j' :;;:J"'We draw oar own tIlLs of Exchange on Great Britain, Jre'a'
Mr6.CrimSt'lIhl'aka..Whatnuw! ? the waist. 1"III'IIItill' Iiitel'r
I i .. France Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpaln Belp-lam Buflbls. N
: loiiii! witLa I' llln;: n lie Price.f Germany,
'In'. don't you renu-mlier u'od comes rig by. :
4 I 4-; to onler: ice water brought to our room I I of terror stricken comrade*. .loe in the f t A London woman well known in so- :\ SEND YOUR ORDERS way, Hwe1an: Denmark f-cd other European countries.Dhbnrsed .

. \ .. tioor. every UKirning last satunicrV" insanity of impotuit fury endeavors to !, ('It'I.ullt'nl',1 :\ curioMty !>hop. One day I\ to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I crVe 8el"", upon 'h.. Most F 'fr&.b6 TerrnB and the!)
'Y I Intercept and turn them back. : n friend came iu and left an umbrella j jI i electrical work Repair work a
,. (!'; n'UU'iulur that. Cursing '' I Obligations Taken Payable al Port of eztiratlon Ten or Fifteen DsI
, i "\V..1I. we get it n.iw when we order spurring to his dfith ma} be, la- cares i which had cost S) .hillill/S He rej specialty. i after Vessel", Arrives t' ere.
I i j turned to find the handle! of it in the
not. I the under the
M SViiriu \\aier. -Yoiiktrs Statesman. : I swimming charge of steers t'p he window labeled ':.Antique Venetian sil- I !S'Safaty Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

: Ou- of .laP Suilrrrrc.AVonuui mines after they have swept by, but i i i4'r umbrel'a mounting 10 guineas." I| I have been authorized to take i with whloh we have a PrlT par-Intent for the Uu

! of time lli>iiM'-What! You i with an empty !':lllt1I.'. I The lnI..1' Dan. | subscriptions forVm.. Jennings of Renter. "
: Bryan's "The Commoner.
ono of the Venoziirlaii snflfmTs{ : ? You Joe was nevir St'U again. Strange: as : An inventor once waited upon Mark paper j .
The price' is $l,00 per year in ad-
: don't talk );1,1' it I Manna with a suggestion; that the senator
; :m foroijrnrr. may si-cm, even his bcdy was never Those
I ; tIf1'I't111'rltlsXII, ma'am. I'm not recovered. This is an absolute fact. I interest himself In the manufacture j i can vance.have it ,sent to desiring them by the seeding paper DR. KING'STRY I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
4) a furriner. I'm an Aiiu-rikin. Hut Utit while noliody grieved for the loss I of a register which would enable ; fl.COto the undersigned. '

' i I've had H'v,'ral spells of UcsiKniJeiu-y of him-and the beasts certainly had street car conductors. to record the I H.M.ROCHE, NEW DISCOVERYFOR W. C. ROWE, M. D.

&! over them trouMcs down thar, ma'am. gixnl reason to b*' Ihaltkful-1I1l must complaints made by passengers."See | Care Daily News. THAT COLD.
Office 17X 8. Palatal.
how it Is to obtain -
: idea
-Chicago Tribune. admit that he died In the performanceof easy an C a1S 'JI: 0 n..A. .
i4 his duty. I of the satisfaction! your service is giving TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hour from 4 to PJO: a. m. and 1 to I p.lad a
_ Bem fte lie Kind Yoa Halt AwafS: Buuvt
teWist.Itch Hazel Salre.Th to the puHic." said the inventor in Cures Con51JmptionCoughs\ after 7 o'clock

.. only positive cure' for blind, Altogether: Too Fan jr. I clising! his argument."We ::r t2! // .77/t' I Colds Bronchitis Asthma
: bleeclin? and itchin aid protruding rot'e is a plain! matter of fact boy, have a better way than that" Zaliono OIL
--- -- -- ----
outspoken and honest who does not i i -- -- --- -- --- -- -- i PneumoniaHay FeverPleu. i f .
pilf cnt burn bruises, PCZ"- | replied Hanna. \e simply count the

ma and a'l ubrasion <.f the ", kill. permit anything to ruffle him. At hisexlflhilmlti.fls !! fare*, and then we get the total amount J. N. ANDREWS I risy LaGrippe Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD
4 PeWitfs i< thA onlr Witch Htlz"l: of his i ; ,
answers were |i of kicks.! : __ ___ I Sore Throat and .
I4aIve that I* nntl from thp Croup,
pure, 1 much like; tl.e l imnsdu'teraed witch 'lzol-all nlh.flra I An Kmfrratr ( ap. 0* Headquarters for ,,* I
ed what the difference \Vhoopirg Cou h.
was between 'I
nrpp. nnt'rffit*. no\Vitt' XN'i'ph J I BjGises-And you say ii1t'mis abseutminUed -I, ; :I Office?-'MJ Thie en Building.I .
;t Hazf'1 "': :tlvl\* madia to cure-ooun- decimal and common fractions, Le re i i' ? : SEW1NG MACHINES.REAL ; NO CURE. HO PAY. ,
Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to 1 p. n:
; forfeit* are made' to pll. Hir.MPrisrmac.v llil'4ll\roll1ptIy and with the air t>f that I r.1'OWII-\L5l'utmlndl'll! Why man Price SOc. and S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I
4 John question being almost too ; : j i
8hE'rpoudl'\idnq easy I I 2:30p.rn.tO6p.m.
: Kahn. ) -Oli. a decimal fraction Las a point I|lie's so abseutiuimled that wheu. he ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT | 1 will repair your waiccitm .&1Jj I Practice in all stats and frdrra coorto.Allbumflt .
and the Itton't." oucht to l1an his corui | |welry in first-class s yle. J, I ntrmtt'd to m! will r"celni
Only lOc per week for the :NEWS I ------ -- --- i butts.r-alUrnurc News. I I l.'J Ttiuih I'alafl.ll'feU.. i stephens i prompt and diligent attention.'t' .
1 I NEw I
ry the Want Column. I I

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Filing the BUsm ... VI "

TOO (after a year's absence-By' tie Showing -A POOR, DEVILM

t.M man. are you still engaged tovssNey _
? It was at the Central Dome of Rest.
: Some people begin
jack' .:\. The engagement is off. 1\ e to show age before Joe Rogers was telling his story.

Tom-AVhy, bow's that? j g the meridian of life "The house I was with failed, and I

Jark-The minis-tor is to blame. ne is reached, or they went to the city for work. I kissed the
six months ago.-Chicago have lived out half their days. They are
pnrrl.'Il us wife and baby and thought I'd send Timmie'sAppetite
haggard and
prematurely pray:: sickly
el\S. __ _ and seHom free from an ache or pain of ; for them sure in a month or two, but

lnh rrad Hero. some description.Cold I t's been two years now. and here Iam.

The from the rhilippines-It! fed, chilly; sensations, stiffness in ." lie looked at the rude tables and
lie (howe muscles an.! joints, weak stomach and
you're not glad the flickering lights that served only to
May. very
5u1 hi me. poor digestion. Lick r>f energy, and drows-

tQ.-e "iebaek.oh. Incas,nervousness etc., show that old age emphasize the darkness. The stalwart t

She .vs. I am, but It you bad has been reached ahead of maIfs face took on a deeper moodiness.

c.lY gUt yourself shot or something I'II""uhl time. Bad blood and weak -... The weazened old man opposite him

Jaw been BO proud of you.- circulation nore often : asked In a weak, little voice, "And
these miserable
produce \t
r ddl'hI31'rfs.Foaad feelings anl signs of de- .' !j., didn't they wait for you, Joe?"
I knowed for Tim-
cay than anything else. "She didn't," said the stalwart man. never tight.

at La.t. An inherited of taint or "She wrote me kind letters at first sand a boy Aunt Amandy Instid of
poison some cltscription
tried to cheer when I of
me complained .
is nt woik in the system '
with sich said bakin'
causing stagnation and a general not finding anything to do, but after six always

unhealthy condition of the blood ; and months they changed, and after awhile an appetite "It's just a all day long
this, and not the weight ef is dragin
years there were no more. I kept on hunting
in){ down to at Untimely old age and Tim whim"But and mixin'half
employment and trying to keep out of as pesky -
making life a protracted torture.
For purifying the blood and toning bad company until a notice that she
up It seems t' me then I the night
/ the circulation nothing is equal to S.S. S. was going to bring suit for divorce on

It removes from the system all the waste grounds of desertion and failure to support he's always knowed his father They kept
matter that Las lieen accumulating for
0C and makes the blood rich and was scned on me. After that Iidn't
years, pure,
: hungry-and and Tim 's just UneedaBiscuit
and have since
stimulates the appetite'anll digestion and care never wry

: ":>!YQ. invigorates the entire bcxly. much-at least not about her. But I that slim like him.
S. S. S. is a purely vegetable remedy,
don't uiiiid
telling; you, boys, that I

()c.. -..: ';;';;" and, the and best those purifier\\lio are antI beginningtoshow tonic forold people cried for the child. Many a night I''en'allll'll you wouldn't So I kept on the cupboard

c. II 'I I age because of the run down condition of felt his little arms about my think there on a-baldnf right in (
the blood. \Vitli rich pure bloo.l there is neck, and when I woke and mibM-d t
.' 111. James don't stop yet: i iI.
no reason why old people should not retain him lye cried like a chllil. I l.funl was room 'till
'S I guess she t'inks she's one day sight-
.,I. .1,1 the and Luo:1lJtIS
Lappy disposition! hreu mouths io: that my wile had
... perpetual rnutiou. New ; spirits of jo'uth.It iiKmieJ the man that IIM courted her 1X enough to I got some and that's

l' r- 1." Journal. you have a can- I ilida't lauch blai !:' li 'r. :..;i I Il'
ceroussore.Rheumati hold it all '
SOll.S. the
hated to It t Lim rule my luiL-;.>'. ii light way
:\u Deception. or any of
I the ailments common nearly drove me razy. in him. to how the I
"1 '; II' ar yet deceived my conc as finally .
I to old agerite us about it, and our "I've been iii hard luck ever !'.::<'-' i
id the statesman.
:"- answered Farmer I Physicians will advise you withuutcharge. lOst; my j->b in that little town .!i1.i oli.: : .. Lands alive other neighbors conkered

'1' N right Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free. .) tried hard to pet on iuy {'-.-t'l. '\ Hii
t, ....!I. 'We have always known
". : :\o'i were up to, but what were The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. know hO\aVek'. It is. Hut before here t'Lri.-aais I am. Alo.ualmut : .Iouhlll't :; I used t' bake kept thewaist Timmie'sall

T,, .. 'Z l" d'J about It?"Washington --- day-just bands appetite.
Valuable lleporu. stand it any lonst; r. I felt thatI
::ar. _ A number of experiment stations are must see that kid. I oulda'i l.a\e

11..... It, Illnnelf.They charged with enforcing the laws relating raised $:3 to save my life. Hut I K-iven't

say some blind people can ao to the sale of concentrated stock been beating,: around this cou t.ry for H NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY,

t':-Ly ,!.,..9.tingui; colors by the sense feeds. Once a year they publish a report nothing, and I got over to Ouio oa u

cf 1"111'11. I giving the composition of all the Bide door Pullman without much trou

-Tlat's! nothing; there are times feeds on the market. For the man ble."There tc1L : i'di

uh-11 I feel blue myself" Boston who buys feed this is the most Impor- wasn't any danger of beinsrecognied &

Commercial bulletin.It I tant bulletin of the year, although Its in the town where I had :

I columns of figures may appear dry. spent the happiest year and a half of Smallpox In Olden Day..
Stopped.A The real character of the feeds Is apparent my life. When I was thorp, I \\'a'lnll The first accurate description of the CASTORIA 5

Hid your watch stop when you and by a careful study of theanal"ses dressed and acted as though: the earth nature nnd ravages of smallpox Is that TROS. CONDON, Captain,
floor? and the fullness thereof were mine. YorXn..ntancIChildreu. \\I II'! .
ftrwd; it on the It is easily possible to compound Arabian who .
of Ullages, an physician, will make regular trips: between
B Of course it did. Did you think the most economical ration. Preserve Now I go at a different gait, and I I
and Point
flourished in the tenth century Pensacola!' Washington and The Kind You Han Always BougM
through? didn't take the trouble to pull my old
\l'uuhll"O these reports and use them.- was the author of books on medicine Freeport. Lave Baylen street

American Agriculturist.; hat over my face. The pr clothes and nlcheiny. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive Bean tn, il
TIIK BKST ii.\xvnvE \\' discourage/ any Interest. So they This tumble scourge was also described at Freeport at 6 p. m. sam day. \\1
Take Care of the Fertility.It did. I jvassed some old neichoors on Leave: Freeport Tuesday at 6a.m. SfgntavnotCH'CHESTER'S !i.:.'
the ancient Chinese '
most of
in -
I. not too good for if ,
you your is time farmers'were giving: more the street, but they didn't give me oplance. and arrive at Pen! acola 6 p. m. same
slu i"h. THE and Indian books. In China it was
.' w+-k I are !! HEST LAX- Fare round .
You imagine that I hadn'ta day. trip$5; one way -- -
of the fertility
attention to the preservation may :
.: L is i a medicine that moves the known as the "bean disease" and $3. 12nlmJiudgin's ENGLISHEHNYRQVAL : .t:
b'il-enily l and n-iturally: with- of their: fields. Steady croppingin light: heart that Chrls-tmas eve. It traced 1'Il'k to the times of the Em- r PilLS : .W

'I'' :MiMtiim. griping or sickeningT I the old method will surely exhaust wasn't the sort of a return I had pcrur KwangVu, who reigned A. D.The z---. Original ....j My <....u.... .
-.. .\ ine-liciue tlrtt strengthens thew eoouer or later. This bad end Is thought utxnit all liy and droamcd .', lOAF.: ,

i.,u-....s of the bowels and tones soon reached on bandy uplands but about at night, but 1 braced up. for I :: -::S. treatise ifie/ {Best /or $c. (J'J'L,.4__'c &I"_ 1m lor Cl'lm'ill'SVKKs'T.Nli"ClituMl H ml CnM nu-IHlic b:...-. ...ioI .ifl ti
earliest Chinese oa ,
.... ,
.i. 'I.' M" a point where they will should not be reached on any. I'.y green had made up my mind that I would seethe iu 1323 nnd --- ------ .l -t'J'e ,. 1..0'tbLIaenU:'.... ....b<..ift m r.t4 iLfi..s J ntL". i. i
wnrk nature smallpox was published .. ,.. .. ,. t,
'r1r[ :I ir! as intended and other fertilizing the soil baby. They couldn't deny me that. I fr I'.uj .f jfc r i>ru.. w -I. '
manuring from this it that inoculation Try Gunther's Candies atSolomon's. i rl I nm.H *r TrMltaontaUV : '
WI" appears h.ri\-; ;
L "I' tV .,*,.. !
be This requires "I made straight for the Louse of the \ f.' & J-l.> I.dt.- re-
steadily improved. ,
may ... ,.,.. ,
: n (Heine is lIE PATICtYlt has been known amid practiced in the -A_ i' I..r. J.all.. ICJM.d. i.nou S..I>
work but it is work that payw. man my wife had married. It was a I "' i'' I".e. < kk li..lrr t kr.ilrtl r*. ,
\ I--1\ :: bri'-e-all the above good far eat since the Sung; dynasty A. I.).
,. and is what most people work for cottage pet back, from the steet a little .
not bad pay
> i I. having a DiW-1127.; Chinese experts hold that
.' : ittpr nor sickening I Iw' Some work for pay they never git among evergreen;: trees. It was a the poison is communicated by the I

: -> :.a n: .jti druggists. Tanners who impoverish their soils !by !better home than I ever could have
I parents to their offspring; so that all HARP R'
I bad farming; are losers in the end. ,'. provided for them. My heart softened possess its germ in their constitution, {LAUNCH
I n little toward my wife as I opened waiting only for circumstances favorable Xv_ / \

1L heavy "Trol' Production.A One could not blame her, after Its de\ .zo'I.! '\7 ....Folz {...
million head of lettuce per year are nil. She was a good woman, but alight .
grown under glass by AV. AV. Rawson, :; one, one of those who never get The Marine Flute.The -
the big Massachusetts market garden beneath the surface of things.! She CHARTERThe wfflsI
revenue marine service flag, authorized -
er. Cucumbers are grown at a cost or may have believed! that I wasn't doing .;
:S9TIGKTS: OPPYHIAS. by act of congress March 2,
a cent each-that is, It costs about ?C,- my level best to pet something togetherfor \iI
171O, was originally: prescribed to "con Elegantly Equipped
't'n.acHla I, ulir. No. 3. K. of P. 000 a year to run the cucumber houses, the baby and her, though (lod it
sist of sixteen perpendicular stripes, .
each I did. hunger was not for Naptha Launch CUPID
and COO.ixK) "cukes" are produced knows My
m't.t8 every Monday evenIng alternate red and white, the union of I ,
at:::*!) at fabtle all, I year. About 2,000 per day are grown her, but the baby. I
the vnsign bearing the arms of the with Parlor Car Fittings
i In 'he Bloont -- WatbonBu111ng.
\\ third noor. I.: in March, 4.000 In April, 10,000 In May "A light shone from one of the side United! States In dark blue on a white ,

v'lnltlng brethren cordially' nnd 15,000: In June. His largest; day' windows. made my way around to field." The sixteen stripes represented for a trip on the lay or fora OJt
welcomed: :
4 'j was 50,000 "cukes." the tree that eat its shadow on the
,, J. A. LYI.K.! picking the number of states which Lad been -&
'._ .-,. U, HOR8LEB U. C. i iK. I Had It. Good Points. window. A terrible thought came to j
admitted to the Union at that time, I
K. & B. i "That iiicdkcral armor must have me ns I put out my hand to lean _9 'Ln <
amid no change has been made since. for 40
been very uncomfortable," said a visitor against; the tree. It had never seemedto r- j
Prior to 1VT1 it bore au eagle in the
H.imim loiIgi "IiI). 13 at the museum. me that the baby could be dead. passengers. ; ,

.. "' i"1" ..". 1 substituted thirteen blue stars in a ,
II.i if. r 1'nl.ifox: mid Garden by
darned clothes, "!Jut there was one satisfaction had struck me :t, fearful blow. It
"l'i' lIIobl"l"or"lallylnvlted Landing-Pine street.
i- white field, but the eagle and the stars
J. \LIIF.RTJOJlNSOS I. about it. A man could always was so sudden and s.) strong that 1staggered Physicians prescribe it J
.0' v." C.0.I. I are Mill retained in the flag.:
take down a suit of it in entire confidence and gripped the tree harder. CAPT.STEARNS
I. >'t 1 l. .t s. for their most delicate j
I that the moths hadn't ;got into Then I got courage to look at the win- I'orsetmenot.
The .Afaster.T:1
is.iliii It"-Washington Star. dow. the pretty' little patients. 1I
iu'u; ao, I\:. < r i L\"CrJ hotly knows -- -- -
M '" r\l', iirlii'fivnlnu at 7:9' t ".\ boy stood with his back to me. forgetmenot and likes the flower more --- OLD and PURE.For :

Itl'l'LntLI.'IOl! C..C. Value of the LC.NIflN.Mrs. lie: was watching: the woman once my of its name than its:!
"i H{ t.EY.. k.uf It..It S. Bilkins-Do think It Isworth pet haps' because SalebyDannheisser
you wife who was clearing the table. She beauty. How was It so called The : Vit A & ;t

while for my daughter to go on spoke to him, and as she leaned o'rhim account for it by quite a pathetic I
i. 0. o. r. taking singing lessons? She has been I caught sight: (>f her farf'l'113nl'd1'1' Germans that Bros.wwow .
It seems once up- j
at it for five and cannot sing nrst three romance. .
years \ ) irtrusr.rce: i met ncr o(

)Vn"i<>nta la.tlge:: No. 4 yet yearsigo.. Women like that get few on a time a knight and a lady were INSURANCEAND .- .,- i :
walking by the bank of the Danube ;
."' 'v"1 bur-tl"v evening at 7:3: at Professor von -Iotc-Dit you especd lines on their faces. They can't puffer" JI
: ," -.1! \Se.t'Intendenrla street.tlren when the latter asked her "gallant gay"to
learn to zing? She fill nefferzing stood with his I
: .. cordially Invlud.J. her to mud The boy still for htr a tiny blue flower 4
I }:. LONU, N.G.EI In zee vide \'orld."Then curly, p'lIoIllIn toward the window. pluck REAL ESTATE
In the stream.No which she saw growing
sii. 5.cretary.AMERICAN why didn't l you say so long I renumber thinking in a stunned kind the ,
but .
ago?' of way that all the sunshine of my lifewas seoucr said than done No. South Palafox Street. j
the river
fell into -
GUILD. "I thought you merely canted to imprisoned' in that little head. I knight, overbalancing .
to the slippery nature of NiCK'SRITAilT -
and owing
strengthen her lungs. prayed' for the first time in my life, and ,
E B, U-NFR, I'. LlsDINfTRt'Tfi Polled rinntn. ft'ohm1l'd!! around and pressed his was carried away by the current for Rent in Various Parts i'

"retary, Governor. The reason some people "never have rosy face to the window. It was my As: he threw the flowers ashore to his:! of the City: I
his last breath,
sometimes lady he cried out with :
luck with plants" Is and stronger aal older
any lioy. bigger not") $:J5.00-2! -story bouse, containing 12 rooms
"Forget me :
: raein ( ,
U:. OF L. because the drainage Is defectiie.. A than when I Kissed; ; him poodby two "Vergiss all modern conveniences bath on

plant will not live In a heavy, sour, years ago.; It was the same sweet baby And ever since the flower has been upper and lower noon, corner lot, '. .
of nice yard and stable
looked the emblem fidelity.A rubbery outhouses
as .Uspiubty No. 1505. soggy Boil, such as fills a pot when face and he was smiling. upon etc,, No. 711 Kast LaKua

.. the drainage Is not complete. This Is "He must have discerned some shape Street.135.00Sstory.
Mf ; '. month.W. .
s rst !Monday In each boardloir: housn. enntitlnlnr ---- "
1'. H.TUARP. especially true of palms to which the in the darkness, for he puckered his Weak Stomach 25 roomi, known as-the' -Ponce- : -de ,
Al !llrC SSltLL, M. W. stagnant moisture Is sure death, !but It into suppressed 'Oh:? His Leon bouse,No. 110 East IntenUen- l
little a
Secretary. lips causes a weak body and invites dis cia street. DAILY MENUS : {
holds true of any pot grown plant. mother came to the window and drew $30.00: -A desirable 2-story modern dwelling ,
_ ___. H ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures 7 t
--- the second rooms, molt desirable section of the
down the shade. It was '!
and the stomach and city on a corner on the street car ,
Papa'. JoUe. time she had shut out all the light from line,No.G Sorth Barcelona street. Comprise all the Up-to- ;

The Beer "I think it is so silly to see a baby my Ife.; That was all, Ixiys. I felt for wards off and overcomes disease. J. |30.00-Large fronting 2-story: SevillePquare dwelling, No.iu SII rooms.) East .. Date Dishes the Markets : j

biting his toes," remarked the young; a minute that I would cut my throat B. Taylor a prominent merchant of UoTernraent street. of the World ..

tuot her. and let them tii'd my body on the doorstep Chrie man, Tex.says: "I could not [:30.00-Comfortable dwelling. room.very..deslrableec-new 2-story modern _. Afford. ,

That Made "Well I don't." spoke up the young: I for a Christmas present Then It eat because of a weak stomach. I tion oftne city, situated on North "

= ()tUmn father. "It shows that he Is already came to me that I ought to come back lost all strength and run down in Streets.I5.O2story ttaylea.between Strong and Dedoto t. ;

learning how to I be thrifty." to this place. A man has promised me weight. All that money could do dwelling In !ood order with ,

I n FAM U "Thrifty?" work as soon cs the winter is ou-r. I was vanished.done, but Hearing all hope of some of recovery wonder. 8 line rooms,bat, gas tbree and doors water from throughout the belt, '' Ladies' Private r rr

"Yes; Isn't be making both ends thought I would wait for it, for fellows No 210North Barcelona street.

meet?"-Chicago:; News I don't want that boy to be anymore ful cures effected by use of Kodol, I 130.00-1-story dwelling 7 rooms, city water, Dining ..,* .'
The first Lath
concluded to try it. gas, with large corner lot, No. .
-IS- ashamed of his father than I can benefitted me, and after taking four fttWeslV/rlgbl street. .."

Blue Island 111., Jan. H, 1901. help when he prows up. Good night"lie bottles I am fully restored to my 115.70-1-story and dwelling painted e rooms.throughout newly papered on

VICTORIAIn climbed the rough board stairs to usual strength, weightb and health." belt line. NOSlII! KastGregory
)! \ Messrs. Ely Bros:-I have used his bunk, the hopeless, battered wrecks Hargis Pharmacy, John Sheppard 115.00-1-story 7 rooms dwellin, haIr block of water ground and bath with, Regular Dinner Daily.

IIY ACME BREWING co. your Cream Balm in my family for looking after him. The weazened old Sidney Kahn. beautiful shade trees, No. 7M East I

uI'r: 10-CEXT BOTTLE BEER nine years and it has become my man sighed. "Poor devil: he said. CASTORX.A.. 112.50-1-story Cervantes dwelling street. ; 415 East Gregory f

IN TOWN.DUTNHEISSER. family doctor for colds In the bead.I Mrs the The Kind You, Hate :" )ofjIBIptm painted.street rooms, newly papered and Short OrdPromptl,

me it freely on my children. It is: Sleeve and Card.. J# 1tI J11.00-No.oil East Belmont street, 5-room Filled. Night or Day. ::

BROS "Do think it polite" said the foolish cottage, city water, newly painted, i.
a Godsend to children. I In perfect order.
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Yours :; stranger In Crimson Gulch, "for. 110.50-No.lOM North Aleanlz Itrhet. a new }I
respectfully, his shirt sleeves and play house in good order with 5 rooms. K It'i Something Good to Eat ,;"'
J. KlMBALL. man to sit in Yon want a good piano tuner to $10.00-No. Sol Eau Belmont street, city you wish,you'll finalist "
I I. f, Harper HUA.T- cards all day?" in Pensacola still yon hold water, a neat 6 room cottage newly 4r
Messrs.: Ely Bros:-I suffered stay and .
answered Three Finger painted renovated throughout.t j..
"Yes, sir, Send it in. I have 9.OO-No.SlOEa.I Nick ApostWsPopular
and tried different back yonr order. LaUaa street a neatly
with catarrh
greatly I '11 be for own
Sam, "and maybe It your papered (-room cottage In good condItion '
) remedies without effect. After to remind that the fewer had 20 years' experience and have ,large lot city water.A :
hin House-401 S. Palafox street.R. good you worked In several piano factories. large list of smaller dwellings, as well Restaurant *
P. nsine one bottle of your Cream sleeves a man has on when he plays as a number stores and offices FOIL KENT *
Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. Balm I found relief and I cannot cards around here the less liable be is, Orders left at Johnson's book store
*, 0. Box m. Pensacola, Fla. praise too highly such a remedy. to fall under suspicion."-Washington I j will be attended to.CHAS.. ,1
Miss CORA WILLARD, Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance IffiftMMffll
Phones: 1162C8. Albany, N. Y. Evening Star. Ju. j W. PBESSLEY. Agents,1 booth falaloi Street.


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G SPECIAL GAR ".; Strongest in the World.

REAL ESTATE Cherry PectoralGet -

JI" HERE SUNDAYAn Ayer'sFRESH well before you have to

UUrad at the Poit Office it Fenueola, TRANSFERS think of weak lungs, bron- The Equitable

.gl'"t MOOnd I... matter. chitis, pleurisy. fo:;
elegant epeclal car from the
orriCBPlU'. Building, %1134 Month h Iiife u Assurance
e. &oz street, op-lUln. Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton .(, y ] 'A BIO CIS transfersolEscambiaconnty Society

THE NEWS PUBUSHINC CO. railway arrived yesterday on the \. SACE LEAVES. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. Of the United States
belated No. 3, which left two hours realty were recorded
; !: ,-. HENRY B. HYDE
Thos. Wentworth will today Founder
!. during the week
Terms: Invariably in Advance- behind time. In the car were the .* :o

ea.Year byMail----_.1500 Duke and Duchess of Manchester .. ..,. it\ ending Saturday, take charge of the city circulation of
... Hootbi .. ___.__ __ 1WOMWMkby "Do you think we will have anymore
; Feb., 1903, all of THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions -
Preliminary Statement
Carrier,Payable Monday 10 child and nurse, and several prominent "' i winter?"-Is the question Jan., 1 is)3.
; 0 I which are reported and collect all accounts.
Cincinnati people. They will 7 t": for THE NEWS which comes from every gardner to Outstanding Assurance, |l,290ix) i r,)
Rates Furnished on Application by
tdnrtiiirg Weatworth: has had
the older inhabitants when the days large experience -
remain some weeks at Miami Thos. C. Watson & Co., real estate j Income ...... .... .... .., feJ.OOO.OW)(
TELEPHONE NO. 118. begin to lengthen and the sun is as circulating manager of

A Severe Cold for Thru Monthi. agents: climbing northward on the ap- New Assurance ....... 275,0u000d;
R. W. Brooke and wife to Lillian large daily papers, and will make

The following letter from A. J. B. Gatlin-50x210 feet of sec 5, tp 5, r proach spring. THE NEWS service of the paper satisfactory Assets... .. ...... .... ... 360,000,000

(uNI.BE Nusbaum, of Batesville Ind., tells 30 w-$1. I We rarely escape having a severe to all. Assurance Fund and

its own story: "I suffered for three Paul Gray and wife to Malisa freeze through February ; and oc

months with cold. casionally we have damaging frost all other liabilities... 2 ,fJ.\J,003)
a severe drug. Mayson-W f; of lot 3 in sec 83 and bottles
Sample of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot
PEI8AOOLA, IEB 9, 1903 gist prepared me some medicine, 1>4 acres of lot 1 in sec 38, tp 2i, r 30 w in the month of March. the great kidneyliver Surplus... ...... ... ... 75.0i0o)

.__ __ ____ _, u and a physician prescribed for me, flOOO. A vast amount of garden seed is and bladder remedy, are being dis The largest increase ever made in
yet I did not improve. I then triedFoley's usually lost by any year
premature plantingof tributed here from house,free. Have
Annie L. Ha-kell! and husband toM. In the blttory of tbe Society
declined to umpirethe Honey and Tar, and eight
TEDDY politely Spring crops whioh. will not bear you received one?
said might all doses cured me." Refuse: substitutes. L. Autrey-Lots 4 and e 32 ft of
they -- ----- W. ALEXANDER
I Presijen
game. much cold-such
okra tomatoes
\V. A. D'Alembme.SURPRISED ,
The Hague. I lot 14, blk 61, New City-#2ijO. THE CITY OF MEKINEZ.
go to H. Cashman aud wife to Jacob melons squashes cucumbers, eggplants : JAMES H. HYDE Vice-Presideut.

nl GEN. MILES has sailed for home Kryger 49 ft front on Gregory ., corn, potatoes etc. One of the Royal Krddrnm of thee

and now some newspaper fellows street by 85; ft deep, blk 84, Mazeut May we hopefully anticipate th Sultan of Morocco.
'return of such seasons as when There Is no more interesting city In
the we
fun at
11 who have been poking Tract-l.. 1iNO"'LES BROS.
THEIR FRIENDS commenced gathering strawberries Morocco than Mokinoz. Founded and ,
great man better go a little slow. Ann M. Cobb to James McHugh built
by Mulct Ismain. the tyrannical
the first week in March.
--- 6 40 It of lot "K," west of R. R., Old sultan who teijrnt'd through the middle General Agents,
bi "TiiE Parker boom is coming Occasional blooms have made their
City-2 600. of th,' {'!::l1h'lIth century, it still displays 309 8. Palafox St.. PEXSACOLI \,
south for IU health" says the Birmingham : George Pfeiffer, Jr., and Miss appearance on our old beds of straw
John W. Ellis to L. D. Pitcher | the extraordinary buildings which
;' News.: It is young and I Ernie Campbell of West Hill went NE % ofsej4ufseeStp1sr3lw- berries but we have no insurance Le caused to be (erected largely by the I

e may very properly be received with !! up to Milton Saturday night aud were $1. ;covering them from damage by aid of Christian slates. Today it is impossible -G'WHY NOT THE BEST ? -?*

open arms. frost.I \ even to guess the purges for -
J, A. Reynolds and wife to R. O.Birkholtz .
married in that
city yesterday, so am truly glad to see the acceleration .I I I which many of those masses of masonry
WITH the Hon. Jo"iah : -WJa of wl2le=s20acres,
notifying their friends in Pensacola of good roads movement in wore emtstrurte.1.'alls of great i THE pGHflfiTS
chairman of the demo see 12, tp2n, r 32 w-$1. ,
a short time after the Escimbia County. The hardened thickness, some wide enough to drive a
ceremony. .
of Massachusetts 1\1.1. L. E.
cratic executive committee Autrey to BrookEZof and alma
carriage pair :, arc met with
it looks as though George There had been practically no op. lot 1GO. Old City and. lot 7, block 'roadway extending north to the Ala: \n the most unexpected iilaccs. running TRANSFER GO.
biraa hue have "beehive"
tapped a i
Fred Williams would take a tumbleto position to this marriage and the only 7, New City-fGOO.) here parallel: lucre at right; antics! to I

himself and go way back and sit- reason that can be given for the well Daisy F. import and husband to M. as it were, judging by the one another, and I'l't'lIIillg as though Having been awarded the contra:
stream that teems
industry daily
down. known L. Autrey-":ame prC'pertyOO.. built for no purpose t-sc 'i>t for the employment for carrying the U. 8. Mail betwr ,u
------ young people going away to M. P. Bonifay to Laura L. BouifayPart into Pensacola. of the at number of forced the L. & N, Depot and Post OftTe:

DELAWARE, the smallest of the be wedded i3 said to be that they When the new forked highway: laborers that Mnlal I rr-nln always kept and also the exclusive baggn
of lots 23 -
! 2G and 30, blk) 4, prm
: states is having more trouble in wished to iutersperce some romance DoneNon Tract$1. shall have teen completed to our at his court. II re ami there arc gateWays loge on all trains entering the city

. choosing her senators than any of western shores, and the city establishes of prat beauty Midi as the delicate i we are prepared to tran-fer basgau's
into it.They. LouU JJgley and wife to Nina I and : .
rail ng u to and from all
tiled atc vt I lnjur el-Alj, with na
bet ?
other The trouble seems to
; the a public bOlt loading on anew
' 1 have returned and will make King-Lots 31 and 5. blk 116, East its large marble columns and Curiae tels, residences aud train, day or
1 that Addicks is to big/ a man for Pine street dock methinks w night.
; King Tract, Belmont Numbering thi.iu
enjiitals, tup ''irtlpg buttress of
such a liitle state They CIU1' do their home in PensacoUi will feel like Kicking at the (policy
4! $50. gray stone and arabesques, but on the Promt & ReIiaba! Service Guaranteel
: anything with him nor without him. The ceremony was performed at of) "grand-dads'1 who neglected ,
John Mixon and wife to Emma whole It Is rather the vastness of the
;; Addicts just simply has little Delaware such necessities all these We also conduct a Freight Delivery
the residence of Rev. J.1.. Tallett Davis-1 acre of sec 10, tp 1 n, rSl wIt buildings than any artistic value that Is Buines
.p- dowu and is sitting on her. bygone years. remarkable.! -haul pianos, safe,
, yesterday at 2 p. m. Mr. Adolph ;. machinery and furniture at Reasonable .
I am encouraged to hope for a The oM palaces' of Mulai Ismain are Prices.
;r'f Pfeiffer of J. J. Hooton and wife to Miss Jen-
f:." MR. STETSON has cut off the FlorIdaUelversitythat Peusacola accompaniedthe nie Levy-East 37 ft of w i6 ft of n "survival" to yet see a fashionable in ruins today, and each sultan in his j Telephone your orders to F. li.
contracting parties and turn has ':).-'tPo.l new residences till Pou's Livery Stables Phone 31
.t: bears his name a number North-Eastern "Air Line" from the I or
132 ft of arpeut lot 47, Old Cit-U- the Imp'rinll'illaN' today consists of n Mrs.! H. H. Halluiark'g' Residence
, without a mere penny; but Dr. of young people of Milton witnessed most suitable street of Eat Hill, collection of buildings of shape ,: Phone 351.MERCHANTS.

:!\.i: Forbes don't propose to lot him off the a tJ.l Ir. Among them 150.Mark Hurd to T. Wentworth- via. Carpenter creek bridge to Ferry nUll size.t-rattiTnl among every gardens In- ;!i I

:t so easy ; he has sued for damages in were J. L. Davenport and wife of 26 ft front on Main street running Piss closed by high walls. A tower, which TRANSFER CO.

f a large amount on a charge of libel. ,Pensacola through to Cedar street in block Ninth Avenue is now bedded with wis tiiu-iinpl.'ted the time If, the late MR3.H. H. HALLMARK, }>rop.
"', If the Professor wins aud gets the ; Hemphill, south of blk ;5, Old City-11. tenacious clay from thirteenth sultans dratli. remain: today just\ as :,: HAKKY HALLMAKK: Transfer Agt.

3 full amount claimed he cau endow Mi-s Fannie Seabrook, Miss Elmer John C. Witt to Mary \I'il-on-S0 street, south to Gad-den, and the (::\' wcrknun ]left It, with the swiffoM-! L. 4 X, It. tt.l'o..I'.and P.& A. Hiv.

, the college some himself.: Gainer, and Messrs. D. C. Diden, W. by 95; ft of blk 4, Donel-on Tract grading over the hill from Jacksou Ins still: standing. Adjoining the palace .
street to the Railroad has been nicely i is a large park In nlikh are kept !
,\ THE Montgomery AdveitUer hast D. Calhoun. J. D. Mann and others. \ H, done awaiting the hard finish, u number of mare<. ovtnchoi and ga. j Tim

: h heard that PeusacoU, was threatened After the ceremony the party went I M. A. Witt to Mary Wil-son-:Same: Zl-llM. I I
which should extend
'; with an oil famine and wauU to the home of Mrs. C. Mann, where proptrty-JIU). directly The city itsdf is tolerably' clean, and .
throuh to E.IntencJeucLi: street.A joY
;riS to know "Where's that oil well they M. P. Btiiifjy anJ wife to Mary: po' ->s-<"s i"> jinrtii-Hl..r fen lures that I' GR R t
the health of the
't discovered in the bay? Or was it young people was Wilson to by Uj; ft of blk 4,' Dut'l- alu.oe at the map willhow are not cum n to all M<,',rbl! tov;ns.TLo Q

drank, and the couple returned: to Tract how acce-iible this thorouirhfire: e oiitr.iiof the principal n>'is '' son -$4uO
J.' ? Can't where it b i ?
you jjas i ,
gat would become from the various : is strii'.g! with great bionz-d; s-ai.l i VliolviIc! :11111Ih'fail
had this city on the 6:30 p. in. train yesterday Lottie A. Kitzjii and hu=baud to !
4 tome pretty expert: people parts of the city-over Inteudeucia, to have I.evii brought by be Moors I (lroccr..
down here but Ida B.Kflltr 3:1.13 feet lot 8iu lot4,1)uel'n i
at taking tilings
qi iiegory and Oaddeu streets. from :Spain. The shops are compara-I!
1I1\Ilt.AHTU: 'Olt
that could steal a well ou: Grant-f I. i I
In none yet would make lively few and the trade never large.- i!
Hayne street
u good
of the and it W. II. Knowles] and wife to :E H. Loudon Time; *.
carry away.
j : airline Family and (
I! I'klnnt'r-I.'Jt.; IS to 23 in blk! 51, j! route, being now hardened I I Fancy Staple
.j CHAli' CLARK Missouri is i confident I Helmont! Tract$:.5'-'+). as far north as Gad.den street. A Guaranteed Cure for I'jips < Groceries '*

\ .> that dtmocrats call win ill' OF ROADWAY L. S Fiournoy by executor, to Mr*. By co-operation of the city and Itching, Blind, llet-dini or Protruding I ? *

"f: 1904. hut it a little soon to get sanguine I AuiiiH Flouriioy-Lots: 4 to 10. blk county we at 1.1-t teem to be "grt-! Piles Your druggist will refund you ', and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fanrv

on this pciut? Strikes us a 111, New City, and property in' tiuj there"-over the road which mourylf I'\7.0 t IIXT II-X'r lulls to cure Hood

good deal depends on the platform Editor: Daily News: I Holmes county-$417.34. lead to the great future which has you ;;OOccru |I! We are Hole Distributors for'P"'

F and the candidates the democrats There i is a certain bound, beyond #o lon; awaited us.THOS.. Nul True to \nitirr."Ilow | Florida for the Celebrated! Cafe di
Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Molases
: -
. select. With a platform of principles w rich forbearance ceases to be a A Thousand Dollars Tfircwn Away MCMILLAN. did jon like that ;gay of rural Illini and Climax Flours, B iyi| '

. .? that the people demand and a i i virtue. There i is a portion of road MrV.. W. Baker of Plain view life. I'! Delicatessen, German =\meriean:

,i leader In whom they have confidence extending from Long Hollow to the X t'h. writes wife ; ATTENTION U. C. V. .It'SI fraud," anvered Mr. Trulirurat. i| Food X's Canned Meats. Etc. Ail
"My had
U the democrats can the strtetcar line lung 'Taiu't tree tu nature. I nutJ"r- i I lot which are Fold by all flret-cla-
carry is
a ; trouble for over fifteen We The regular monthly meeting of Retail Grocers in the
jears. I stand al! them farm folks on the stag i I city.
country. Wihout these they are the grand old city of Pensicola. tried a number of doctors and sppntover Camp Ward No. 10. U. C. \'., will beheld stays up till 11 I in defeat. Tile I doomed dowu sir if
go Why, a man were
a thousand dollars without any I In the otlit'e of SuperintendentCook. their liM-s.-raltimore Herald. :
.j i election will go which ever way the ride over that piece of Feb. ,
road con relief. She was very low and I lost Tuesday, 10th, at 7:80 p. I -- -- -

people vote. tiuuou'ly for 21 hours, the gravedigger all hope when a friend suggested I m. At this meeting delegates will be t I'lsh Slnrr. '
.. PENSACOLAPressing1
---- h --- chosen to the th
: [ woad have a job. The portion represent camp at "There are as g.N.l li-h In the sea aswere ;]
THE other day a local politician trying Foley's Honey and Tar, mf'etlngof the Brigade encampmentduring !
.il! of road from Sunset Lake to ever taken out of it," marked) !
which I did and thank the Jhautatqu at DeFuuiak.i .
, asked a gentlemen who happened to ; tothi"l f
Small to Voting, who
bad been refused ; ClubFOR
Brent is kept in fair Other business of will
condition. i import:u-ca
it saved I IIs
great remedy, life She
be a member of one of the local military by l (' 'hag's daughter.
before the :
i is
Why, O why cannot: the city fathers come camp und it important
'( companies what he thought of stronger and enjoys better health that there be a full attend "Yes. I know but they are not gold ,:

that idea of putting John Welsh up Sbe that the city work is kept ina than 'hl' has ever known in ten ance. By order of firh.- New Vo-k Times.FC'.1 GENTLEMEN.
, passable: condition? Now, if it f isnecesary. year*. We shall never be withoutFoley's I J. W. FK\TKK, I,
for ? The reply wa : "I am
f; mayor I'll furnish Honey and Tar and would COUllJl.t tiller.
a to help :
':N.a NO '
(TltK .
.NO | AV.Vciur
not in politics, and have nothing to dig out the stones, that n-k tlne afflicted to try it." \\'. A. i C. V. THOMPSON, Adj't.
; so a road bed
,8 say on that subject! ; but he makes I D'Alembeite. -- druggist: : will refund your money If H I IPA0 One Dollar Per Month
be made .
can which _
upon hard
a OIN13i KN r finis to cure Ringworm,
3 an txcellent chairman of the county I THE WHITELY EXERCISER.
road can be made.It Tetler.oldt'Icerandaaares. l'linjje| Bud 1' In Advance Membership..
board aDd if you were asking me I looks a; though ibt of crooks'i ARTENTIOH{ Bleckh"ads on the tact, and all skin dis50 -
Mies NinaVllliant= Clothes
an expert Cleaned
"I' about that I could turn on the gas ca'l" : c'nu.I and Pressed a.
to want WeUhback, I had gone out to the portion of road I II j! CI1I1LIYIIlltI1\1'.1STCY demonstrator of tho Whitely Exer- I often as dpsired. Your Clothe

enough say we 'I mentioned, and dumped about 100 ci-er, will give public exhibitions of I *">nt for and delivered. Call at
. and all the bys see it in the s.1me' I II You 9,12 Sjuth Palafox and Join
'I I tuns ff stones of every size aud' are hereby ordered to the best method of ii-inj;:; this Inn-t thi
Valentines Club.:
, The 1. immediately went =-emble '
light. p. a at Armory Jf-ill I
shape The the road i is >
, I way at thi I II i popular, ut-fiil| and bfutficiilExercijer

j out. __--_ I time, a man is liable to break hi* :';' t I at Monday b o'clock.nuht It February I is important 9h: in tie rhuw windows of List' Plain Skirts a veci3I1v;

wagon, and rather than: take'chances that every member be: present j F. B. Bruce'.s st"re. No. 15 South

j SEBACO ISI- I many: person desire: to as business of the utmost i j!, Palafox on the 9ih, 10h and 11th Si Mardi Gras Yours for Neatness,

. i drive in the s.Lnd. I importance to the coatpanyI i 1 of I-
Trie I is
February. public
i and nifinbprs will couie be- CIHdilll'l Ii G. W. IRWIN.Hot
COMMISSION Hoping a wink to th3 wise will I More the meeting.By ; ly invited to witness these i .

suffice, I am, etc., order of fctrucliae exhibition fjflw Goods &


-- -- Capt. Comdg Co. K, 1st Rest Inc y The fine=t line of sterling silver.foods Chocolate with
The navy yard tub Sebago" was', For flyer jury Irars F. S, T.- -. U.Miner. and silver\ novelties i is to bt Our Stock H now ready.: Val. Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. -
:>t Its. MINI-LOW'S HNrnt\ILtYL'rr found at J. L iStepnens'. Prices tc
released from the ways this morning ; bat .
: !
oven used fur over sixty years by lui'.ltcneol I j please all.OYSTERS. entities of all shape, Fizes and .
at 10 o'clock and will probablyenter mother fur their children while teething There will be a reeu-

.: upon her new duties at once I with perfect success. It soothes the childsofteuu hr meeting IIf Mt. llo- j AT HIC APOSTLE'SFine price !Sentimental; and Comic. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
the gums.allaya all paincures wind! reb R. A. Chapter No. 6
. She has been admirably fitted to I one, and U tbe bent remedy for Uiarrhcm. @: this Monday) evening oysters to:'ay. Try them. Mardi Gras Supplies such as -

t carry passengers and the new ser- It will relieve the poor little eufferer 1mI atiOOo.clock. NIC APOSTLE.If Wire Paper and Character
ft I! mediately. Hold by DraggnU In every pan \\'. E. AXIER3OX, I 1etWN'n Prnaacola and Miiion-lioat

: I vice she will engage in is that of 1 of the world. Tweaty-ave tens a bottle Secretary. you should visit the Union depot Masks Cambic and :Silk Domi- llurm Daily Kxrrpt: Sunday.

: ti making regular! trips to and from He sure you ask for" 4ri.WinMow'sBootb or bin that vicinity, don't fail
, ing Syrup, and take otber nos, :\Ia-ka, Falp Beards and "CITY : "
t no kind. 101 drop in at Ooldrine's Xo. 3saloon. OF r AMP A.
the from this This Nearly Forfeits His Life.
navy yard city. -- --- -
You will receive
a hearty welcome
., is a new idea of Admiral Wi.-e and You will consult your best interests A runaway almost ending fatally,, 1 and find the choicest brands of liquors Wigs Costume Bells, Gold and j I ,j irl'm v Milton cola.ii?.11:3';. iarn am Lv Ar P Mil''nsacolalxpra too .J.1.0pm

by going to O. M. Pryor if started tornble kept in the city. Silver Braid
I will be appreciated by men at the you a ulcer on the leg of r Fringes and Fare oc; Hound trip.ll.
want furniture. He is in po iion to J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. I
MEAT & MALT has Spingles. Call early and
f : a marvelous
' yard.
sell cheaper than any other houe in For fnuryears it defied all doctors se-1 I

t MjMenoufc Circumstance. the city. and all remedies. Bncklen's ArnicaEhlve dietetic pleasant take W,bile it helps refreshing assimila and lect your outfit. We will lay !i JEWELER IN HIS

One was pale and sallow and the We will launder your spreads foi had no trouble to cure him. lion of fond. Sold byDASNHEt'SEB them aide for you until ,

4>ther fresh and roey. Whence the 15 cents each and make them look Equally god for Burn, Bruises BROS. needed. I NEW STANDI

different? She who is blushing! like uw rttar Laundry. Skin Eruption and Piles. 25c at WI :

with health ues Dr. Kinu's: New -- -- .- .. --- -- i A. D'\I r.1bfCte's Dru; Sore, 1211 t I j Tables of quality for the I
Life Pills to maintain it. By geutl
arousing the lazy or;:aus they corn- South Pdlafox street. I II Dining room, library, hall have moved my jewelry store u
; and bead i-ff ConstipationHeaJachp.bilii'tisnesi !| l li I Inuinlls. GOE'S BonK
dige-tlou con STORE.
pel good and pallor at Marston $ 120: S \uth Palafox, formerly occupied
miputioii.. fry thfui. Oily 23c; atj; i I L -PORTLAND CEMENT at'' !

W. A. D'AUmberte, 121! S. PalafjxjBtreet ,heartbnrn, indigestiou 12 50 per hirrel. A. \'. tart tuns, ;I ... !!!;! )lI'h I'jlal'.i "Irpp,. by Bii: & Co., and am now
Druggu-t. and al! liver ills are cured by Corner Bru :and Garden streets -- --- better prepared than ever to give
__ I j c A Tort. ::: ..<".. ACOL.FLORIDA.. i birgainsin: diamond watches
Pte finest line of umbrellas in the Hood's Pills I Ii O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture '! &rt.Jl. 1a: 1't:I v.9 f"? AI:.n i- 'Re .- great ,
I jewelry, etc. Call and see me an.
city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look cheaper than any other house i in I II fit"aw if P k' Try Gnnther's Candies :
1 at let me convince .
At them. Sold by all druggist cents I the city. | > 1.2.f you.J.
Solomon' I I. STEPHENS.

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very despondent. Heart weakness ""t'' ,,'
No. 6808. '
fl. C. O'NEAL President L" .. ':.i.
DEATHS caused his ; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; 4. -;
SUNDAY death 8. t. FOSHEE,Vice-President; JOHN PfEifFER, Ass't Caihler. tj. ":.x i 1U'


Threatening weather prevented a '

-- I II great many persons from attending F. McConnell of Mobile .is at OF PEH8ACOLAFLA. .tt. it 1 i t

I the funeral of Mrs. Mary G. Scott the Eacambia today. Designated Depository of the United States. .; .
THE : yesterday afternoon, but a large Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Joyce of Woods Condensed Statement at the close of business Nov 25,1902. -.1 .

ONES FROM THEIR RELATIVES.The number did go and paid their last ville, Ills., arrived yesterday RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. : t !

Loaasand Discounts...................... I ;: ';
$442,921.M Capital Stock ...... .. .. I ,
to the East
respects deceased. As had Orange, N. J., Gazette: Mr """" """ $200.060.00 t,
Overdrafts Securedand Unsecured2,301.17 Surplus ...... .... ...... ........ ............ 20000.00 : i .1'
been anticipated, the floral designs Benjamin Hilton is recovering from 13. S. Bonds and Premiums.............. fJo.t .
angel of death has been busy 213806.87 Undivided Profits..................... .... 5.590.31 .
; were beautiful beyond mention and a severe attack of tOHCilitis. Stockssecurities, etc...................... 2,62500 Rediscounts..................... ....... .... 10,287.61 :J.fl!;\' ,"
thi- city for the past several days, Furniture and Fixtures.................... 6. 18.48 Clrcnl.aUon........................ .... ..... 126000.00 \ .
il: loved ones from : testified to the high esteem held by Mr. W. W. Watson left yesterdayfor 1. R. Stamps.............. ................. 65.82 Deposits .............................. ...... 461,604.35 Jf '
anunK ,
t>iu>? the New York merchants to purchase Cash andEcbanpe........................ 153,943.12 .it. t
the departed. Hf J-1'
friends and
earthly carrying
te:; stock for the coming seasons. I, !. .t, 'J

.jrSOijU into the Great Beyond. After the grip, pneumonia or ......... .......................... t .., I!
: The tag Waban was placed out of Total. 822382.30 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... $822,382.30 4
Vt.efilJy: morning typhoid fever, take Hood's Barsapa- commission at the navy yard today This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ',',;r, ... *n!(,
rilla-It restores health and strength. and will be thoroughly overhauled.The your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. :'*\11)i )
attention of the members of I 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. }> J.1'i ; .'f'mB. ;
I 65: years, died at Bryan's PRESENTED A
the Chipley Light Infantry is calledto I. ) f(. 1
/grnary, after a long illness He the notice of an important meet : i '

fill be burried this afternoon at 3cick COLD CHAINMr. ing; to be held, tonight. H. FAIRCHILD, aG.. w. & CO;--_.:--.;G. W. & CO M t \

| from the undertaking parlorsof J. U. Plum, a commercial man t7 OP EC O Xj 8 TEX .33 H m (

.Vorthu & Wood, on West Inten- registering from "Spotless Town," is 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. h.:. GREEN WATSON & CO. ; [ I 1t

deccn street. Mr. Hudson was C. F. Zeek! was yesterday presented at the Escambia. His friends say aroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a If !: f: :; 1.'H: t

H to financially and is survived with a handsome gold watch he dropped from Heaven. Specialty. ,

vf a brother and enter who are paid chain with the compliments of the Wm. Corthell of Chicaeo, the Phone, 40B. For One Week, Commencing Monday, February 9th, : '
tv teachers, official and pupils of the who is :
capitalist greatly interesting ;
b' 11 Cincinnati. He it was who R. K. WHITE oO .
t Presbyterian: !Sunday: school. Mr. himself in West Florida industries, ...EXTRAORDINARY SALE. I ,
.. '
ued so heroically by officer I t i!
mni-i! 1 :
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand
Zeek accepted the gift with much is at the Escainbia. His daughter is .
F tckuilU! and firemen when the with him. is -OFREMNANTS- 11
Graduate Optician,
feeling, responding to Superintendent :

i :, na. was on fire recently. Fisher's presentation speech in R. F. Rogers of Lake City, came 11 heath Ptlafox St., P*..MOl.FUJtttdng's 11\'j\ !

in Saturday night and left this morn .-- .. frO
emotional voice.
an ;
MRS. M. DAYTON. For the past two year3 Mr. Z ek I ing. He is superintendent of the flie [Best for 5c. d. frH :
I Florida convict camps and was hereon
T !_ ..-tiuuble lady died late: Sati.v has been an untiring worker in the busines of inspection. r; < ___ ___ !' '; ,, ;. ,

I : l:,;.'ht at the residence of herr Presbyterian; Sunday school on I This acknowledges an invitation r'SHORT'j' LENGTHS of Everything in Piece Goods collected and .t : ;
paper ; .
!:iv". Mr. Burnham, on South Chase street; and besides conducting to attend the fifteenth com REAR ADMIRAL ; :: : on Center Counter. Every piece Marked in Plain \-j! "_.' '.

rihe had been ill the mencement of the Carlisle! Indians < Figures. When you have looked them over you will be convinced !; ;,
C .: street : many: his own class: has been as-
hool at Carli-le, Pa., which will be bo of the Great: Values. Q .: : ';
E aim, and as she was CO years of superintendent. Recentlyhe WILDES DEAD '
held on three days of this week. OUR BUYER U off for the Eastern Market, and WB must -
,?. .tr death was not surprising. gave notice that he would shortly go clear out these Odd Lots to make room for New and Serviceable i ; l
I Police Officer Spottswood killed a -- Goods. .
!r; will be interred at Michael's resign to take charge of the new ;l
dangerous rabid Tarragonastreet 1!
C-aii'tery this afternoon at 4 o'clock, echo;I established on Btoddart's dog on EXPIRED SUDDENLY AT SEA '
I We
Saturday: evening. The dog arc Showing a Great Collectionof & 1 1 l. : i.
t' services will be held at St. Mich- avenue, and it was then proposed to WASH .MIKS for Waists: and 39e yard '
I I was snapping at every object within WHEN COMING TO HIS HOME the Price IS............ ................ per o 1 i i .1.1rk I
cl.urch.VISITOR'S. 1 him with the testimonial reach and inoffensive
at. s present finally grabbed an '.;.I 0 !
which was done at the conclusionof mule by the hind leg. ON SICK LEAVE. ( MV i I"j ;
Keep your eye on this space as each change will contain t !
SAD DEATH.D. I yesterday: morning's exercises.The The steamer Glanton: ia loading. valuable information. 3 M
gift U a beautiful and costly !"j, !r')! ; .' ; l .
out the first cotton
Douglass: a physician hav- cargo
one, and is highly prized by the hap ever sent from Pensacola. She is Rear Admiral Frank Wildes, jun. 2 ; [: .

I four little boys with him, died py recipient.TO comparatively a small steamer and ior commander of the Asiatic .$ GREEN, WATSON & CO. ,,c !i I .!

fU't-nly at the Park Hotel late 8J.tI1t.I '
Cl'UK A COLD IN OXK DAY will probably not carry above 20,000, squadron: died at sea Friday of it_' em' :. :
M"G. W. & CO ''G. W. & CO"
: )' the event being peculiarly Tablets bales. She will go to Bremen. ,_ .1
Take Laxative Jtrnrao Quinine heart disease just before the steameron .
fid. Deceased had been here but ass fCfa ff on every .i ...f
of :
The Cobb the
at corner .
box, 'JJThlaslnnature: W'/F i1Rrr/ property which he was coming home - --" t
rt time and complained on the Tarragona: and Zmagossa: streets d
reached San Francisco.As
a-- ,: nf his death of feeling unHI SPECIAL MONDAY. has b< en purchased for $2,500 by t : ',1 1
soon as the steamer neared the .
weft to hi* room and in a James McHugh, the grocer, who I I'i isi 9 GETIe .
w> CANT s .. ,
36 inch Fitcnville Bleaching, 10' she tho sad
i said to have in contemplation the city signalled : tidingsand YOU .e S
(. v ... .... ::'- his death: occurred.i yards for (C'Jj, :Monday: only.F. 'i i 9 !
j erection of needed warehouse.Laz of the at
E. BRAWN a a report same was
i ; buys wailed piteously
"" J ,
I Jacoby has withdrawn from once fhsbed to the navy department.Rear : \
-' J what had hap- CO TOE W. PEAKE'S i
the Jacoby COlllll1is-ion Co., the Admiral Wildes was ad- HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES t' i
i I. i ." irted people tooktl 1-\; \
l No. 30 South Palafox street, for your business now being conducted by vatced to his present rank only a '
; ..;,i r! i:'J comforted them. electrical work. He i is prepared to Harry Kahn and others. It i is understood -ATTrainer's : 1
I" few months since, and the first command tJ
I'[i : i-- I1 i-f- m Morgan City, do you a flrst-cla i job at moderate I that Mr. Jacoby will! go to
t he had f-iiice his promotionwas >
Mobile and in the commission
l"h! : prices. Phone 203. engage Confectionery
business. that of the Pensacola navy g -.I'

ti ; >;1'r '.' !; ago 1m wifed. Hot Rolls at 5 p m., lOo 1 I yard which command he held until yi .-,,< FIRST DOOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. **J, : 1
.. Miss Blanch Hart, of St. Louis, '
:'i 1' : -Il'e that time been doz., at Solomon's.
Mo., who will take part in the Chau- his trau-fer to the station in the : n V V l i% n w $ w J Jt

.,... tauqua program at DeFuni.ik during Philippines.
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| the coming session, was at the E-- Before leaving Peusaeola Admiral

rr; ..52S252S252525"2, 'fi! REMARKABLE SHOWING 1 I I cam for bia yesterday the Walton,leaving county this re-ortl morning .: Wildes said to a NEWS man while DR. J. H. MOCK ; "J

entering the ,
:!l I A number of others were in the same sleeper: I
I '
-0"- i party. "I am leaving a nice station for

ciJiiP& i J i! something I know not what but 1 l .!H r,7jU ;
WHITE AND COLORED (( I The ladies of St. Katharine'sj I DENTIST :
ea j) Guild will tender a reception at the also hope that my successor will be .

I residence of Mrs. C. Smith, treated ., 011.
Emily as hospitably as myself. .A ,
/ I"V\ ASH GOODS (11616 North Barcelona street on Thurs m n 28% S. Palafox Street, ifc Old Armory Building. ; J.
I I52525252S".52c |:. d.LY, February 12th, from five to DO YOU KNOW

52 __ ...... ....,...... )1 1r i :(::nine-thirty o'clock, to introduce the BEEKMAN LUMBER I CO. havea CROWN AND: BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. : I .:
r ]I Rev. Dr. Hodson. All Episcopalian, "' '.
|: well other denominations large stock of dressed studdingand I"Ixs.cnr.n..A.. tt 1
Laces and Embroideries.I'' as as joist Get their price before : ,
,jj:! cordially invited to attend. Thereis buying. d81m .. :
: >I : no other form of invitation: issued }

I! This Store is an Advance Fashion Sheet of (H JI ?)'''I'I,| Stockholders in the Carnival Association FOR LUMBERCall B. G. DcSiln 1 I .S Co.C :j 'ij

I Late Fall and Early Spring ; ; will be furnished tickets to j ;c
I the coronation ceremonies at the on BEEKMAX: LUMBERCO. t :\lanutaoturereandUralrralnw i ,.
...WASHABLES... H I, '
j I opera house by Mr. Geo. P. Went.I for estimates! before placing ) r J'
-- -- ----- -- ---- -- ,( )) I worth, chairman of the invitation I your orders bar lumber. dlG-lm tl Sash, Doors, Blinds, .

\\'E'1.: 1 1.: udi. more than ordinary effort to make this showing; 1 1 II committee. These can be exchangedat Shingles ; .

i1, uiplrte and exdu-ive. Pay it a vi-it. It will be both t tt ) Coe's Book Store on the 9h, 10th J

I i: t profit blf., and you will jro horn, have a : In i and llth for reserved seat*. After VALUABLE CITY LOTS. 'i'

,' .' t. iii you nny bio-pom otu in rivalry with the fir4 tibuds of i(\. j the latter date the tickets will be in- -- I Builders' Materials, .: r-

____, i 1\i i valid. ________ Of the large number of lot recently .J'" :
-- -- Brick and Lime.
( I I "heaped an Awful }'nu>. purcha.,hfd by Mr. O. M Pryor

Embroideries Laces, Galoons ( j I Mr. H. Haggin* Melbourn: Fla., and placed on sale! to desirable purchasers I' To1cpbouo: ::1'.1'0. ].].. I t, :'.

and Laces ; and Al.OYers.I' \ I: writes: *'My doctor told me I had many have been sold, but i. L

)| j Consumption and nothing could be some of the choicest are etill held by Hot French Waffles with i J .''C'VfM' A collpction such a<1 you : ;! j done for me. I was given up to die. him. 1 i
ikt-s thUstore taioc i- seldom x'e out-idp the OrfatMftiopolK. ) I Florida Cane Syrup: atSolomon's. ,
I | I The ('ItI-r of a free trial bottle of Dr. He will sell to actual settlers on i
: '; r..g-drd, qu.lht, : Everything: tint BOOK Qlnnf :
'. ,: ('rice. 'ot>'In demand fll hearts could 1 Kin,:'* New Discovery for Con;uinp- most favorable term, as he is de-l i I ti i
l )
wi-h. As cheap or high asyou ( ;! :' tion, induced me to try it. Recruits Itermined to build u? this property. :
to $2.00. wi h. I i'' were mrtlitig. I am now on tbej Do you want a magnificent watch .
I ; j! road to recovery and owe all to Dr. j for little money? If so, call ot V'J
( KllIg' New Discovery.i It surely i You can get your house I
Colored Wash Goods. paved lif>." This cam H |j Stephens, the jevrclsr. He will uclommodatfi j< f
: my '
Waist i furnished with
Materials White. guaranteed for all throat! and lunifdieae : complete you. i VALENTINES ,1))
I A wide range of neat "\1) I by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121: j elegan, furniture at Mar- !
Style* and stock never < tJ-cti' intripes and pl.iid; i South PaLifox street. Price oOc and 1 ,
\ rird or complete TWO EX flU SPECIALS 1 I fl.M. Trial bottle free. I fit on 4' Ouina's on easy piy DR. F. E. BRUCE i
i 1 --ur. 1'llllethillghpre'f : ments weekly or monthly.C. .SENTIMENTAL : : I iY 4
: v, fjncy. 1 lie jnop- FOR THIS WEKK. i ( AN ART STUDIO"I I AND COMIC. t
.. returned
ru1.Mercerized: MadA.. F. C. and Gold Medal Has and resumed practicr.

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Pique-, Zephyrs: t I have opened a studio in room 9.1 Office 2.!? WestGovprnmentbt., ..SOUVENIR CARDS...
1 t't 0 60c yard. I per inch yard scotch......:Madras..... ... IDC Salisbury block, where I will give : Salisbury Building.To1ophono :. !
} lessons in my own system of draw POSTAL CARDS,
: 14LO.CIllJW
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( ing-called "Black and White"also .' l
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| > SHIRT WAISTS. c$ ; in French Pastel painting and NO 1 MARDI f'
i Newspaper and Magazine: Illustrat- ... : '
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ing.I NEITHER tli*captain,owners ,
M'KIXG, THEN ORGANDIES AND LAWN. i have taught large classes in every 'j nor con.Unre of the lir bk ,

r .v are here in all Style and Weaves. -both White and Colored. i I town in Georgia and in many of the J.iponaibie H. Man for ers debts will contracted be re- Stationery, I- ;

female colleges of the South, so can by the crew of laid v?<'.l. : : ;
i 31.00, $1.25, $1.50. $2 00, $2.25 up to $3.75. i.4, offer you an experience of twenty- r To Order. AlifO FRANK Captain.lntitie Periodicals, s

COME LOOK THEM OVER. THE PLEASURE IS OURS TO SHOW- !i''i five years. In the studio will be !&on Leather Goods r .
YOURS 10 LOOK. BUY THEN IP YOU CAN'T RtSI VT.UKCOVKU found the choicest collection of --- ,

\ work ever shown by a single Pictures and Frames. !
crayon '
: ; 1IIK FH-U': AS WtIIJ.11ft; : Bony \ : 4.T
I' artist and an invitation j is extended
See our Window of $1.50 Winners. ( : I to everyone to come aud see it. My -

,-.. ...,...".... ..... - - - 1 term for instruction are moderate.: ; C. R. TAYLOR, iHI II

a \Y. OTIs MILLER.. Artistic Shoemaker, G. R. ji ji:1S

L' : J. & B. FORBES. I Hot French Waffles with FINE WORK A SPECII.TY.. Dhotogt5aph9, JOJfti1SOZL i

Florid Cane Syrup atSolomon's. I
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"The Source .f Beat ClOTer sIn *.
Greenwich Intermallonal on the other Dale side Line.of the CATARRH co-operation with the United States insures his DIe b BOOT ANJJ SHOE MAKER

earth, is ISO degrees east and also iSflclcgrees mould In lU be!U citftouneta itsgeg there "i department of agriculture the MainsJsgricultural wise for his family. ill ,

west. v Cream experiment station has during The man who insures his heblth REPAIRING NEATLY-QONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

Now this point or meridian, Is the rlc.Ely's""'I 1 :Thdnt'r the past season conducted a conparstive Is wise both for b1s'tamU) outhimself. Wholesale: and Retail Dealer in Shoes,; Leather & Finding,
study ct red clover obtained
where universal consent tts
place by t he ded D-.eicbrane.
< from different parts of the world. The 'PHONE 61.&. 607 SOUTH PAL.I-OX 8TUEK.T.J. .
day changes; and Jt is called the International Ti ca1d! 'iIy.a
date line. Let us see bow the cu.J ..uCrtm L..o1 l.o..al1UCk'1. obJd of this study Is to determine, ifj You may insure health by guarding -

charge Is made and note some of thj > asslble.! the best source from which to it. It is worth guarding. -

curious conditions! that the change F.alrn U f've! Into the nostrils! ,ep-eidt obtain seed for general farm purposes.To E. DUBUISSON S BROTHER
over the JIIen "3Ie aud ii t'sorbcl Ihefta: iamedia's At the first attack of disease, .
gives; riw to. Supixtse two ships are and a cueilo": ",. It is not orjia! ;;-tliei this end the questions consideredwere which generally approaches ,
Rate and cent of germination XDKXEU TAUKAGONA AND INTENDEXC'lA:
: per STUKETS.Dealers
Failing toward that line, one sailing .
tot produce neezlog. Large Size,Sb cena tt Dru-: .
through the LIVER and manifests
east and the other west. On the sbp g'.rti: or b/mail; '1=raJ Sue,10 cents by nutl. date of blooming and consequent Inc
Bailing toward the east the day is Sun. ELY; BUOTilEG&Sj rren StJ'eet.ew York. earliness of crcp date cf cutting, yield Itself la innumerable ways

dr.y; on the ship: sailing toward the west per acre and general condition of the TAKE 'c. Choice Staple and Family Groceries &
the day Js Monday. Ammonia. ,

811[\1I0Sl', further, that it Is 9 o'clock Few people realize the possibilities of Some striking: differences were noted Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too many to enumerate

in the morning find at that hour both ammonia. The preparation known as but of course no general conclusionscan TuU's. PillsAnd and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Affords and can be '

;; ships fctop, one east of the line, the other common spirits of ammonia Is valuable be drawn from one season's work. Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given U 1 During the

west of It. but within hailing distance In many ailments. For example ten or Seed was sown Slay 19 on fifty-eight! Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.

of each other. It is 'J o'clock In plots cf two square rods each. The first
twenty drops In a large wineglass of COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTIOyp.o.Box:26.
the morning, remember, as indicated ty water will revive a fainting person. It bloom was noted Aug. 2, on plots with save your health. .
the but on one ship! it is Sunday, the seed from England Russia, Nebraska .
sun. Is an excellent stimulant In case of J. E. Dubuisson & Bro
tin the ether! It is Monday, for the day nervous depression and headache as It Tennessee!, Iowa and Missouri. The roDoterfelleri.There PHONE 66. ,

of tie week and the day of the month restores circulation. Again, a few drops first plots! ready for harvest (entrust in is nothing which Uncle Sam Fa.xn.i1.y G1'ocore.

both change at that line. of ammonia poured Into hard water Llooini wore those from Indiana ando protects:, with greater care than bisCurrency. i

Then the ships! fail on, and the inFtant make the water soft and it takes the e lot: from Bohemia. The largest Because Uncle :Sam's: moneyU I

they cross the date line the onKolng <. dirt off of paint more quickly than yields wire obtained in the order given {rood there are always la-ople ready A1 nI.I Aerj;
; changes the day f.-om Sunday from plots with seed from Bohemia,
j anything else, takes the stains out of to counterfeit it, and for these peopleUnci" ..
to Monday, and the one going: west Indiana, Minnesota.Visonsifl: Brittany
carpets, cleans combs and hairbrushes Sam has a f-ijechl body of secret
changes! the ..iy from Monday to Snn- an l makes gold and silver look as good and Oho: Plants from American MTis? detectives always on the (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY % W'OOLFOLK.)

lay, s-o that the lirst ship gains a whole as LOW. teed were invariably hary, while wfch. Th most dangerous ( IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

I!iy and the List ship! lose on?. j jA i there (ron Luropoan: seal were almostas feits are those which most (' .ounter-I I
Kept Off the Rain. I invariably smooth. The experiment
itate the original, and to arrest
L mini tt'gcaiI'ntifnl DOR. "!Ic's iiurffctly quiet gentlemen," I 3'511 l.e continued through another n' .kt'rs of dangerous counterfeits the I I i HARDWARE.

qk A v'ry curious story of a canine lIl1l-I sdd; an innkeeper, referring to a horse pro win:? t(::HII, and the results will be United States spares no efforts and no I

Lr1E EI: ..-.1 ear i,: told of a London t.rgan ; which two novices were to drive, "but I .-iven in detail in a station; bulletin.A espeas-e. It seems a pity that the i I Iron, Nails, Axes 8h
1: # dir's I>:. The orpin gt*Il'r was you must keep the rein o:! his tail." United States government could not r Supplies, Cooking and Heating: Stove, Paint, Oils

: b'l!: and :JiiroJ and the dug used to 'i '.m ilt." said: they. "We will Lear Round Tjpe of Socket Pciir. extend its surveillance: of counterfeiters : Window Glass Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.

It-.ll him aUut.: t'ie night after a hard It iu uiind." I A peculiar type cf Socket pear was to those who counterfeit I Agate and Tinware ana lloiisei'urnishins G )o-i.
j When returned the innkeeper Irouicht to the o:'. I'e of the American WhOlt'-1
4Iy's \;lithe! .it! nun and his faitl'- | they some foods, reliable
ttl '1 Low had I Agriculturist Fruit Grower C. L. LrAGEXr; FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COMPANY:
coniia.iloi; lay down to sleep with Inquired they got on. ; by other articles necessary to the health

the organ U..ide t!jt'III. They slei.t.Mmnilly I[ "Splendidly! ," was the reply. "We I Allen of Long Island. The pear la cf the pubtie1liiladeljthia. _Inquirer. Revere Giant Stitched Baltic?, Northampton Emery
and they anoLc the or. I'I had one rather harp shower, but we nearly round and in general shape re-- Wheel Co., Liftin A Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Ivil-

can was gone. I I took It in turns to hold the umbrella I srmblss that of an apple or Band pear. Young Amrrlra'a Cxcuce. somine, Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ranges Wm
"You shouldn't make faces, my sou.It"That's Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace: Leather
They were in des!iair. Their means over the horde's tail, so there was no \n cobr, quality and other characteristics lasurY'iIIade
I all right I'm going to bea Railroad Colors.
of earning a living was pone. But the : real danger." it la a typical Seckil It was
log led tho old! man through the streets grown in the orchard of William F. dermatologist some daI-Xew York Masonic Temple .Pensacola Fla.

where he had !been accustomed to play I Early Leno. In Ornithology. Searing, Cayuga county, X. Y. Mr. ,, Times. -

and p<'r
before continued to befriend him. tell me how, do you know an old partridge Seckels successfully for many years The Easy Pill.

I Weeks went by. One day the old man from a young one? and has just noted this peculiar type on DeWitt'a Little Early Risers do VAN PELT

; heard a Land organ: played a few feet XoJy teeth, sir.SQuireNonsense. one limb of each of two trees. The not gripe nor weaken the system. BROTHERS,

f from him. It reminded him of his lost boy! You ought to pears on the other trees In the orchardare They cure biliousness, iiundice,

instrument, but be paid no special) attention know Letter. A partridge hasn't got of the normal type. This peculiar constipation and inactive<< liver, by GARDEN STREET GROCERS,

i'i:!: to It. Hand orgiins were common any teeth. variation is about the average size of arousing the secretions, moving the

:l:; In I..o:1tI'JII,1I1l1l he heard them often. Boy-No, sir; but I have.-Punch. the ordinary Seckel and possesses In avery bowels gently, yet effectually, and Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of

{ :Not: fo the dog. He showed signs of The Migratory Crab. marked degree all the characteristics giving such tone and strength to the

II excitement: barLwl violently and led his The West Indian migratory crab Is of the true type with the exceptionof glands of the stomach, liver and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
bowels that the cause of the troubleis
t-' master In the direstion: of the organ. the only creature that H born In the its general form and shape. The skinis removed entirely. These famous ,

4t He si.mrg at the rol.licr's throat Sea ustures in fresh waters null passesits a brownish preen, later turning to a little pills exert a decided tonic effect Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacacies of the Season.
'a dragged blia away from the stolen] organ I adult life on land. Once a year rich yellowish brown, with a deep red npon the organs involved, andif

It and led hIs! master osisrorly up to it these creatures migrate; in thousands cheek. The stem is rather bhort. while their use is continued for a few Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the

with cjr"slcs l of recognition and delight -' from the uplands of Jamaica, deposit the calyx end is quite distinctly i days there will bo no return of the Best Freshest

-Youth's (CVuipsnion.irlt I their ova iii the sea' then migrate; to the marLed. The ,llesh is fine grained, trouble. HargU Pharmacy, John and Cheapest.

f j1 ri\'<'rs and stromi*, pass through afresh sweet juicy and very agreeable to the I Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.

t I';' Doya Nrirr 1'luU. h \vaUT stage, after \\hich they follow taste.Wealljer! VAN PELT BROTHERS
Cleaning ladies skirts and waist
t; You I'pvir! MH boys of any das fight their paruit.s to land until the time ,
of Star Laun
II?; one o".r specialties.
: in the: streets of I'aris. The bo.x s of the (imu for tin m to return to the sea toj Predictions nt Your Door. dry. TELEPHONE NO. 231. ..O'l..>l 31 EAST GARDEN ST.The .

4 I laboring (''asses lay in the squares of :j I lay their: fjnrs: in tarn.SLIfle I New developments are taking place

( the.r: Lfi''iilorliood and in the streets, I It. I I. in the free mail delivery l l'f\' l"tThe !

t. Imt it d
t;:, j to l'xd.dne fisticuffs.: The French l"atlll'r110t an unearthly weather predictions through some kind Vo. 30 South Palafox street, keeps Star Laundry

l ii' are tvrtaluly It n boxing race. TheyLae I hour that fl'llt.'tllI'S till every night: I weather signals taken out by thl'tlr-I ,
: riers.Vht're the plan has lieeii trit'llit I call bells, wires and all kinds of
\ a u-itural a\rsion to having theirf.esh I LHmi: ? What docs jour mother fYI
nas 1:mi welcomed by farmers along electrical Have him do 1 Biggest Busiest Best 1I I
1..1j.. pux ',;.t, lose their Instinct of .elf pre.servationfnougii 1).lu.htt'r'he: says men haven't filtered the route. The difficulty! is in pettius; your work. Call phone :203. I
I the pr<>dictloiis early enough to out I
. to ('('!lit! to blows they are a bit since she was young, pa. go
quickly made to keep' the peace by older I with the carriers. Of 3umi rural delivery O.a.EJTO 11.X.1%.. i

il. pisserhl.y, who, separating) them. offices It has been found that .....the Always Oc;cvar :
' K in' them a moral lecture UIH\ such Why He Moved Ills Darn.We only about 750 can be conveniently arranged l2it" They Speak
came across the historic man the to deliver forecasts. Averagingtwo
k. cruel exercise of the musics. Boys of i
other day who had actually moved his carriers! to an otlice means lriiiO
the clashes
; upper never play in the
I i birn to got rid of the lilies of manure. carriers who could deliver! forecast
.F : streets. In fact, until they nre sent to BANNER? SALVE.he for TheIIl elres !
LI, college;: where tilt'are under' the sur- I His ('rolls"t'rt' poor enough and need.eti cards to 150.000 farmers' families. This i $ =
! "l'llIlIlI'If all the fertilizer he could get but he would make a fair start, and it would most healing salws W work*
i'1 haJ to put in so luucli time saving; the doubtless be found that tthor places -- We let the Hhirt; Collars
they :irt? III" 1'1' ll.A\cJ to fro out alo'ie
I I any m-no t'aan piils. \ a digradallon country ruuniux to town and fishing; can make arraI1g'lI1tts to iaipnmthe CHOICEST I and Cuffs we Launder speak for
i that h will talk louder
: it would(' for an American lad to I They :
of maliu-e.-lrJl1l'rs' Guide. tivator. !
-oFf -
tv. i re w.ino cue follow!) him whenever' I I .Lac we can. We want to be judged

;: > venturedut on the street! But more oy th. work we do than by
: Ponltry ror the I'nrmer.
\\heii a Horsy (.ururs Illmveir.If .
rench buys are acc.istomed to it, cudiureigicrs f FRUIT8 AND COIFECTIONERI f I
I what
,L'i: wI.') take the l.bcrtifs they I a hor-e breaks into U.e ctib or bin None is so well situated. for growing we si.,
I :tilt! gorges hiin-elf en ;'i.iiii. ;give:: Llm poultry profitably as the farmer. lie
.11 nre acvustoui'-d t-i In tl.eir! own country -AT-
I who his feed and
a pull tlo-t? of oil. 'jit.ior oil. sw w t oil.ot buys spends many
, r are co.islilered: speeimens) ..( bav- .- Ions:'il oil and |1i:1"11'i1! till: crt- all weary hours in labor to properly care C. APOSTLE'S ALL WORK c. o. D. Gosfls Called far ail Ddirerei Free,
nges.-l'arls tor. T.rool.lyu! lli ,,le.
; : KOOil. To phe; him:111'1' on i> Brailsvatid for a thick (.f confined birds iuu>t calculate ,
114. 27 GARDEN ST-
11I II viI: IBI-ure to a nicety all the elements ofco.t
.. I gergei t-II'WH III Jrl': 14 East GtiErmul st.
so1n' f Il\tT : case of foui.tltT. as well as receipts. The jioultry : WALKER INGRAEAM
. I Generally sjvaUiiig; the .lole] of rivers Manager.
f ,
products 1001.11.) the farmer are praiti- Formerly Cordova Restaurant HtanC ,
L. I tlu 'il. the 5Ii i.. .is .:pjii fioui I A ( rarl fln.1t.
'.. tit : :: ) !' > call all profit for his fowls fatten on ---- ._- _
r : the e.'t I is on an \eiiigf a I.ut three "Ye. Mk! '! St-.ilt'liyUt.u! l potYitLeI what would otherwise be wasted, and One car-load of Pineapples at f 1.71 : -

; :t.1 Inches per mile. Those ntering it from i : jcstinlay. It:1' awfully !patLetlc. to $2.00 per dozen.
their wide range:; injures health and WICKED & CO.
Jl: :! t\tf wet Lave an average I 1,'SI'l1t of i Hhikissed! ; it R( IJt\, prolificacy.! The grain thrown to the --
Inilus mile. 'Ihe I Ki' ;;eJt. \\'t'II-t'-wls that
j. ri bout wx )per uersigo I fowls amounts to little for at
i'' deiit [s r niili* .>f the Mis-ourl I before or after 'ilio doctors had aban- their t()=GOLA=()tI

.': after it loaves the niountnuis is reckoned I dined Lope?"-Baltimore News. crops are nln'al1yIt'll died with Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
weds: and insects, and but little addition -
1 Grist and Corn Meal Mills ,
Ins Moiiies I
fit al nt a foot; the is needed. The farms are and always I

from its source M iL* ijuin-tioii with : STATE OFOHK ,CITVOFTOI.EDO, ( Will be the chief of the
E' I tlm MI-s..:iipi. ..;; ita"ht':,. 'Hie entire LUCAS COUC>TY. \ F.I !; market supply of poultry products. |l. p. GOflZflliEZ & CO., Prop I, rio. 6 South Palafoz Street

:;," length .>f the Ohio si.s' a flll! tlf> even I FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath ManofMtcreri All Kinds oi: Plambing; and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand

five inches. The MIssIjii: from the that he is t je senior partner of the Complimentary."Gentlemen .
t il mouth (.f the Oiio! to I Ill' gulf has a \ firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing ," said a judge addressingthe !

o#{: fill of but 2'j inches. I business in the City of Toledo, jury In a recent Irish case reportedin STOCK FEED.Patronlie .
\ I Law Notes, "you have heard the cvideuce. Home Industry, for there 1>
) county and state aforesaid, and that every reason yon should buy your Meal antf
: I'rlf'nll With a Hr. r aton. The indictment says the prisoiur Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer TIME TABLE.
I ki 1.1oonPorat'I'' lit)). man! Troth yez 'I i I *: lid firm will pay the sum of ONE was arrested for stealing a pig. for by 10 doing yon encourage home indnirj. -
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each \ Your money Is left la tne communityad
;'l luk as if yez didn't bar a fn'ud in th' i and every case of Catarrh that can- The offense seems to I* becoming a you in turn are Indirectly benefited LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
)j whole wurrld.T time has whenit In fostering the home manufacturer you!
;; i not be cured by the use of HALL'S common one. The come contribute to the came of labor. You owe EFFECT DECEMBER I. llIOt
] nl\ :1lI-0i ho'n't.lollll'yG''lIu I CATARKH CITKE. must be put a stop to; otherwise; gentlemen It to theoommunlty In which you lire saC -
.1 ) If it ain't money FRANK J. CHENEY.I none of you will be safe." which oontrlbotei to your mpport. New Orleans and Mobile.

1 yez wan't t* hurry, Oi'm as good a ,
I Sworn to before me and subscribed ---- --
1 r frfr.d as her jez had.-Itruoklyu! Life. in my presence, this 6th day of December The E.IlY Part. WEEKLY $CHEDUL So.8. I So.t. I So.,. I No,I. I No.1. No.5.
II A. 1). 18b6.j Tl'3chcr-\ftt'r all the trouble I have 7:15. ItI m I 11:05 p Leave Pensacola.....Arrive i 0:1a ,I .:00 p I 8:00 II .
iJ tubhlng It In. taken you are most imperfect In your FOB STEAM DIVISION SiOa 2:27 p 1:1)f. I Le.ve_ Ylomaton Leavel 2JI a ':11I p 7: II
11:00 a 4Stp:: ':5:) a Leave_ Mobile __ Leave It:,. n't' 1:16 n 1:00
1 He was! mumbling aln>ut tough: steak j SEAL ( A. W. OLEASON: It>sson. Surely, you could not have PKNSACOLA ELECTIUC '.: AJIl.ULWAY ..,-__" I 8iip i 7:80 a I L..veS..", OrIpaa. Leave i ":ClOp j 7:21\ a _II
l and cold coffee and making himself I --.*- Notary Public. found it so hard to learn! COM PANT.

; ; jjonorilly disjierwaUe."iMn't Hall' Catarrh Cure is taken internally Pupil-It wasn't because It was so Train leave Peniaoola for the Llttli North.

p. growl so over jour breakfast. and acts directly on the hard to learn, teacher, but because It Bayou, Big Baron, WarrlDlton. Nn Yart '
John" sai.l his wife. "Nol-ody is going ; blood and mucous surfaces of the and Fort Barrancai at So. 2. I'I'o.. .. I Nol No ..
t, .ystem. rjeud for testimonials, free: I was so easy tij forgetlOPERA 8:301.: m.arrive at Fort Barrancai f:101a 'I'I'I 11fJ6pm p m Lesve PeoacoIa.....Arrive I .:OOpm 5m amellam
; to late it away from )'UU 10:00.a.m.arrive Fort Barrancai 10: i F. J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo 1lI5plII
I 1! t i her Oddrar. !| -- 8SO p. m. arrive Fort Barrancfii 4:15 p n 7:05 p m 1:10 a m Arrive_:OasbTllie; .....Lea" _,_ _.. _
HOUSEJ. 8:15p.m.arrIve It Fort Barraneai IMp n has am 8:13 a m ArrIve ....Loalnille ....Lean 9i5 p m 2.1\ a m
i .4; "Madge says she is twenty odd year : BADBREATH I 'SOOp.m.srriveatYOrt 1 Earraocai S4 p.n 7Q: am'' ii:5 am Arrive _ClnclnnatlLene I e'i p m 11:15 p m
I p m Arriv..Mt.LouI.Lpsvp' 14i5pm II:JIp mPENSACOLA

That makes her more than forty." 31. COK, Manager.ONE arrive at Pensacola _. 8:00 *.Ia AND RIVER JUNCTION.
!I : ")low do you make that out?" Ilu0p, m. arrive at Pen acolall:4Sp.n
il ':00 m. arrive at Pentaoola_ ,:.a
j i "Count the eun years too."-Newark NIGHT ONLY! ':00 p p.m arrive at Pensacola Si6pn p.n No. 1-DaIl7 No 3-D.ily I stop where time Dot shown So 2-D.1l1 i to. 11-1)5117
News. I I have breD -line rABCARFTS sad.. T CO p. m.arrive at Peniaoola_ T:i3 p.'I.ap. .
t ii: a mild aDd ttfftiwe laiaure the, art smpl _ondfrtul m.arrlnat Peniaoola_ 11M pm ?:OO a m ILeavePenlacolL-Arrtve 10:50 pm 6:80 pili
Mr daughter and 1 were bothered with THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 IJOp.Satardaji i 12:15 nIght ':11" P.ohlmla_ 10:117" 654isaio "
\ lick stomai'h and our breath wag very bad After onlyPAB 7:1'5"' Ynl"ltra "
IOM" 0:01"
There Is nothing quite so provoking: i Ultlnii a lew d<"es of ascareu ire have ImprovedWtMidertully. > FOB wait DAYS. 1:23 7:1'1": .. _Escambia. 10:82 It say ''
to a 1111'y man as to have some idler They\\ILUIIIUNA are a great In the famllr." Chai. H.Yale and Sidney Kills present th I Peniacola to Fort Barraneai reiorn bPeniacola 12:& 75": N.. __ Mulat __ I. 10:1": 6t5.
11',! come nlo-jg and arouse his curiosity.Atchisc.n .- 113T Biltentaoube Si.ucmuati: ,Ohio Great Utrman Comedian: and to Navy Yard and retnrn_ KiFeniaoola Isa : 7:2'1" ___ Harp __ 101 1.0 '
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to Palmetto Beach and reinrn uODAT 12:50 G'ltClt1 10:11 6:17
II Globe.Another GOLDEN-VOICED SINGER, 12M J 7:2W" Milton 10:10 6in to
I L I UHXOUDI. 1:10am I It _ 't'I TlC When wettber permit the ranntni t 1'05 .. 8.10.. Holtl .. ta CJS "
!I Way of spn..lnj It."When AL H. WILSDN open eoacnei. 120 880; to ==-tullIlaa-: ,. sin U Cii: to
: Mrs. i'arveuu was puor. they ,, Leave PeniaeoU. Lv For Barraasaia. ':11" 8:88" .......Creltvlew 1:11 H 4J .to.
In Sidney B. Ellis' New Romantic Play, < m. u a. m. 1:00" 8M": _Deer Land 856 IM
I tcd to say she was a !great talker, but lla.m. u .. 1:211" 8:10" .". Mossy Head 8.0 1:14 to
t Line she. became rich it is different""Indeed III.m. Ip.m, .:01" I:. It .. _DeFunI&1t8pnDIL" 8:18 1:41: .to.
: What do they now?" I1ADI UMI llSI Prince of TattersA Ip.m p.., .:18" tH.' .. __ Argyle_ T:44: 1J1 ..
say ip.m II.., .:to' S:67' .. -PoDce dllAolL- 7:25:: 1:11
They say she is a brilliant conversationalist" ". ID p 6:00" 10:10. .. _.WeltY1lle__ 1:17 1t.6 N
Tale of Old New York.
"'-: Ip.m. ".., 1:08": 10:16' __ Cal'1vlll'_ ':1' 1t8"
_ 'p.m. 0,11" 10s It _BonU.1_ 8.6 It Ift to
r-Pleasant Palatable. Potnt- Tast Good no 8:00" 10.7" ........Cblple1 8T" lOt"
;; Held ner Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.lOe.t.c.sue. Every ceno Complete 8s 11:01' to ---Cottond.le_ .:18" I2M 1005
Cp. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Every Detail Peafect .. eniaoola to ail Barranta Hary 7:00" 115" It ........Marlallna .. 8:00" 1tU":
I, Gl:1dys-Dld he get on his knees when .oeIi.f ....., C.sps.y.[Wnp,.1ftaI. \r fooL ]f. 1 are and reiurn.........____ Tal to 11.a" .. _Cypress_ 0:118 It 1144;
tw proposed to you? Sold Seats on sale Wednesday at noon feniaoola .to_Palmetto_ Beaon ut'reltlrD. ftO" 11:6' It _Orand RIdce..... 6:82" 111.
N and l'1Iarantf't'll by ill druf -_ III 1:68" l2OC1 noun Hneadl fil" 10:50.
i. Marie-No; 1 was already on them.- I U'DAb lUll 10 CVKE Tobacco UabitT February 10. Ho freight livid alter 1:1111, n. IU. 12:11 to LrrlveByerf2nctioflLeavi' 1:10" J 11IS1I .


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..THE 0LYNKW9i, P ,fLq"I't P'"O YI F5BRUARY 0,1903 .

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jiiAdetisemeflts ZIGZAG VALLEYS. -, THE HOME DOCTOR.Fer .'-

la -. .** Curse CHURCH NOTICES.
.... 1reteues of s...... .-y Wfele' nosebleed place a piece of brown

They Are F.rm.i. .
piper In top of mouth and press the

ONE CENT A WORD. Volcanic determined action has the in nMMt cues primarily tongue against It. OP THE NEWS would request that the .

capflgorttlOQ of The Juice of oranges as of lemons, Is
----- the crust of the earth" IfItttie.chief clergy or those having in charge the
most valuable to make drinks for fever
agents in the formation of tortuous valleys publication of church service notices
patients, says a medical authority.
TO LOANou have been streams flowing abore \4\ DRINKCURED
MONEY ground or below the surface. These t A pillow of red clover blossoms will for Sunday will send them to thU '.
\ It Is said be found soothing to
persons by 9 o'clock
tlie most reasonable terms and naturally take the course of least re : Saturday morn-
publicity.i'ou I sistance. dislodging the softest soil and -;. who suffer from nervous headache.For BY lug, in order to insure their insertion -
J. \V. BULLARD thus cuts use vitse ore or alum water in the I
gradually enlarge their channels proper position in the

-.)>. .., South Palafux, Up-Stairs.! and are flanked by rising ground.It I to'"stop the Hood and draw together WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.No paper.
J. A. WILSON. Manazer. STORK with narrow strips: of court plaster.To .
has been ascertained by a well tatte. ]tutor.'. Can le girrn in glaii ojuateritaorcoel

TJONKY TO LOAX-W. R. Meri.I'lier. known expert that the serpentine course affected cure the sting of a wasp rub the irithoul patient'i knoa-Mge Hot Rolls, at 5 1>. m., lOo

; Loau AKent. MonAY to of the valley of the Cheddar gorge Is TIMEto part with a mixture of one White Ribbon Remedy 11'11I cure or destroy
part of hartshorn and two parts of Qeai9fn.pei appetite for alcobolla etimu- a don at Rolomfvn'g._
reasonable rate ol interest caused by the jointing in the limestone. '
; most is term of ants, nhetherthe
":1 a women a ] olive oil. patient a confirmed
security. Office 112 and The rock he tells is traversed oebnale. ocul
ru good us. by anxiety, serious thought | a tippler, drinker or
u.Ulh Tarragona street.fjjrtEY two systems of joints which appear to and sweet anticipation. A brisk rubbing from head to foot drunkard.appetite for Imoomble amcob'lie lor liquors anyone after to bave using an i

be vertical or nearly so, intersecting approximately With the cessation of pain with a Turkish towel night and mornIng WhIte Ribbon KemeOy. HARD'BRICK
1 0 LEND on Improvea will do ward off
much to neuralgiaand
to childbirth :
e-"te In large or small at a right angle. The joint' necessary Indorsed by Members of W. C. T. U.
rii there rheumatism.A .
comes calm nerves,
surfaces form salient and re-entrant
low rate of interest. angles Mr!.
at and Moore.presg superintendent of Wo t
amount1'I,..-lie E. Brooks, attorney the former opposite to the latter sleep recuperation. liniment for cuts and bruises may men' Christian Temperance Union Ventura -

CI1un aWw, 2)4Z( ) Pilaox St., Fisher so that if the two elJos of the glen wcr. MOTHER'S be readily prepared as needed! by beat. bite, California Klbtoi Kemcdy, wntei:on"very 1 have obstinate tested

b'.lI ,1U: SwIm brought together tl** would seem to ing one egg and mixing with half a drunltard ...nd the cures have been many.In .

interlock. Water c.e'or below,the FRIENDdoes pint each cf vinegar and spirits of tur- many. I case the Remedy was given secretly. -
cheerfully and Indorse -
;iQ\EV TO.DA'i-bO you need surface would soak along those open pentine. White Ribbon Remedy. Member ol

fflonev':? You can borrow any Joints and widen them Into fissures. and !I diminish the pain accompanying our Union are tlpligted to find an economical .

*mouiityou want today on easiest this movement fcimetimes to the right maternity. With its aid mothers can ando how to Be Charming.A ance work.treatment" to aid us in our temper

ttrui4 jud lowest rates anywhere and sometimes to the left would follow bring healthy, sweet dispositionedand woman can make or mar her attractiveness
real Druggists or by mall, Si Trial package
on improved city
i t.ate-fwm.hrjiiuble \Vm., Fisher, 2U4,1* H.Mree 1: zigzag linc-s, so that the natural course Morning ideal babies sickness into sore the world.breasts and excruciating She can by an utter disregard tree by writing Mrs. A. Townsend (for ALIVAYS\ ON HAND
t. lu-tl of the current would by its continuous of hygienic laws and a neglectof
l'JIJfx) pains caused by the Fraduallj years secretary of a Woman' Christ-
--- action excavate a alley of this unusual toilet accessories!! In the opinion of
expanding organs are relieved by thu ain Temperance Union), 218 TremontSt
If Yu I' ",'.uit to oorrow money, in. CMmcter.I.oIIIlunnSWl'rs.. penetrating and relaxing liniment. Home Chat lose entirely that charm of

,e-: u- '"*> insure your property Among the manifold aids to childbirth face and form that nature obviously Intended Boston, Mass. Bold in Pensacola by .

I .un. ao-tr-icts: of title, buy or I A Verified Story. Mother's Friend has grown in popularity should be hers. A few drops of Hannah pros.,21 8. Palatox St t .HALF. .

..a rt
g. v dt-cript'ou, have rents col- :I were talking; aboutthe fastest well as poor; it is found and welcomedin rough hands into soft ones systematic -TO- '

it--: J or your taxes attended to, rides they CUT esiM-rifiicPd: says the the mansion as well as in the cabin.Iylesseningthemother's cure of the complexion will keep it PEARUJJOLIVECall 2
uddre Tliwf C. \V dtiOU
: : of mind
llu 'T agony
tin: smooth and ward off wrinkles and
(;d., 11. at Estate and Insurance Times.I)Pillocrat. One man In relatinghis : and diminishing pain a beautiful influcncc to read clever! books on thom at the corner of GarJen .
-\(1 'It... ftti-acula, Fla. Charges experiences paid: "Across bayous is wrought upon the child. and instead ol f I eagerness and Alcuiiz Street for : .
and interest carpenter
anil to know things a lively
11. LItte.: To everyone who buys: and through: mars-hos we rusueil like peevish ill-tempered and sickly forms you and flectric-il 1 wMk.or phone foGO.u.s.nI. .
a UK 11"ia ua:: we will lend money mad. Win we readied the Klgok-t, have healthy laughing humanity rennin : in the current events of the day will

wit: w.Mch to build a house. M the most remarkable thing I ever saw tag a blessing! ever to you and its country.All brighten time eyes as nothing else can ,
nruj'sts sell Mother's friend at JI.oo. it be the sympathy of the man ntl': CII SCHEIUiE
\\aJ except
took place. The train traveling bo
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Write for our free Boot"Motherhood" Get Our Prices Before
11. Jlt ol-s. fast it sucked tile water behind It one loves. The woman possessing this
,. I up rilE BHADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca Following i Is the schedule of the .
. i as it rushed acrocs the trestle and I knowledge id far more charming and

JIR-S. SARAH! BEI RN i could hear the fishes groan as we flew attractive than she in whose path no 'oyernment steamer General French Purchasing.JJefJillan
Intf'tllrn of lie Ant. irhich THE NEWS print, for the .
turer and dealer in Hair Good1Ht over this neik of the gulf. Most re- beautifjinghinis have ever come. .

-, Toilet Articles Hair Oil I maikable thing I eu-r saw in the way An interesting demonstration of the and the woman who applies this knowledge lenefl: of the merchants who hip

etc., SS! West Government ::trE'et.N'J..1:41) of fast runs." And he lapsed into bl- intelligence of the ant was made by a is the one who will develop into heir goods to the \arious army .

lence. student In the LItlu i department of the entertaining, interesting grandmother IDS ts: -

'\'.'\. the University of I'entisylvana. The cf the next generation, as dainty __ __. _. Capacity 50,000 Daily
-.- .- 1 am J'lad011: reminded me of that U>*ves PensacolA 7:00 a. m.
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-- -- young men construct "d a roadway tao and as youthful as was the motherof .eavea Karraneai__ ...... .__ 7J a. m.
w.xrEn-everalperSonso1 char- run, said another member of the metal and divided Leaves Pickens ___ .._._. .._____ $:ue a. m
ftct in length: of ( the t ast generation.! j
reputation in each Jrnllp.hI had forgotten the Incident. > Leaves Karranca _. .__ ":15 a. m.
fctt-r good into two p:1rallellmths. separated n Leaves Pensacola __...____10:15 a. m.
.tte one in this county required) I can vouch fur nil you say, for I was
;< high partition. One of the paths ha Ancient Decorative Art. Arrives Barrancas 11:108. m. and then .
tn, rt-i-re-ent and advertise old estbIihed on tl.e back end of the last coach and nakes a trip to Fort McKee and then re-
buI houeof behind painted red and the other blue, and tit Though it is difficult to say where the .nrns to Barrancas. Erick Go
wealthy ness In
the vatitwhkii sucked
\ was
In he decorative! value of and of Leaves Knrrancas,________ llSp. m. !
heir end.
plain view n mOl'F.I
jolid financial standing. Bdlaryjlw : the train by the vacuum almost washed put pottery [.eavell'lckl'n&___. .. ._.. _?.1:26p.m.
| ) weekly with expenses addi- overboard but I held all of rich cake says the Philadelphia china began to be appreciated, there Leaves Pennacolu __._.? __ .:30 p. m., and all dayable in cash me on. Kceord. Then lie set an ant at the lwginning I IK little doubt that It originated the .Leaves Kickrns ... ...... ____ 6:15 p. m. Pine Barren, Fla. :
right: and hcu we made the crossing Arrives Karranrns 5-d: p. m. and makes
direct: each Wednesday from head and the waters had receded I picked cf the roadway. The ant at : east. Ancient Chinese drawings still Tip to McK..e and return.
.,l1i:..". Horse and carriage fur. once made for the cake over the red in existence show that the process of On Wedne"daysl\ndSaturdaYA the ;

ni-iied! when nt-ce's UReier- up on the platform of the rear coach path. whereupon the! student turned on manufacture has varied but little in the oat wiil leave Barrancas: via Pickns _\' PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM
Enclose self-addressed en- the finest bunch of fish I ever saw. for Pensacola
ti s. a lamp under his! course of the years and that many contrivances at 6:30 p. m. I Clettun and bntitifla the httt.rmmutet .
Tfpe.; Colonial Co., CastonKil They were no doubt the fish you hoard The General French is for army a lniurint fruwth.
9feb4w ed the path to an uncomfortable du- claimed as modern Europeantnvorttfnnc Never Fails to Beaton Gray

:., Chicago. groaning. ,.-nn. "'1010 a t.t i.t.t 11,1 niiil firi'illr ciev. ...., .linvo. Imnn t-mi\tn foe nrn.turies .. purposes. only and !any outsider must 1IartoitYoutbCu1Coiur.rJ'1Iwgft._ ._.,_ .______. "__'.._..,1.-.... ..
iI A uc ui.i lL'L uu uni uuttii.i otcured ov. "n WH M V" .V. """' 'VU'-' un. .
Wi"1-U-len to learn barber lave a pass from the quartermastertake I .".&Od,...... I,", f'. J t
it In the east. .
I The C'Z1r'n'oh"t'I'. timeake, but on its return r passage 01 her.
ruh for barbers in
tnl-. Always Years: saved The young einjKror of Uusia always must have told Itself that it had had a In Chinese official annals, which are -- fi

1"1,',':":i!,'. 1'repare practice I carries nlmut with him a small mighty uncomfortable journey. Severn said to be perfectly authentic the invention ;_ ." MEN AND WOMEN 1-i ..

t,' ,. l..inas' position and board revolver fully loaded. It is otic given hours later the student brought' it out of porcelain is dated nt about 4c tEES t'eThgGtornnnaturai

; !v (italor.ue: ; mailed free to him 1-y his mother soon after the, again another morsel of cr.Le being stat 200 years before the Christian era, r!Oa.1 t.Cd.y.uur4 B irntalions dio-b.rges.inflanmnatun.or ulreraliunti I Tbev tiny Capsules iresuj enorii ; Ito

M I 1'nibir College, New Or- assassination Alexander: I I., the empress -, the end of the roadway. The aiit although Father Kntrwolles residIng j i iosio.tHctur,. cf mncous niembranct. Balsam of ('upaiba: t'

L I' 1. I exacting a promise from him that thought: a moment a mid then: started fur la China at the commencement of P7".uroou l... gent Pamlws or roi-onou., ant not atlriDRStTHEEVtllsCHtMIUtCO. l"hcl'l and lnj\'ttIOI\ 8'f I

-: -- -.ind.i ot HIII'ey bt-tor he would always carry it. While traveling the cake OUT the blue path. It remembered the seventeenth century, dates it long: CmCIIIIUTI.OjBI Sold by Druggists They amyp ill 48 hurs the :
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t. 'Frl..clmlU. I alxmt in Kurope the revolver Isevt that the red one had beenht. before this, awl tells us In a most interesting 4 C.S.1. T or hy lent uprM in*plain. prepanl.wrapper fur 'j.e ."'''\'!.'! ", nlll"J't1ll.1t j

r In his poiket I ly: day and at his To prove Mill more conclusively manner of the /great Mircelain! s ., 1100. ir 3 tottice t5. '1 '. lI1)C1 'f. ftql.Gr.I"T;

.0\\, 1,1''u, n 1t..I. ,, bedside at lIiht.1l1'n ho drives the that it reimnil.trcd, the student next works of King Te Chinir. om of the Circular sent on request. r

A\\ ,', 1-0-: II' WIll Ili-tribute''i pistol, is placed' in a small pocket' <>f the Ducked tii I in' tine path whereupon 'most andont and celebrated: of the Chinese I H'I'f

,.I : .I\, should aadrt''''' ; carriage I'll that any instant he is able the ant did: without the! cake rattier factories lie says that in his ;.. ... ... .... .". i-1"0". -. .. ..'. ..r-j. .. 4il
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time thl're1'1' fewer thanH )
:- I I Ihli.., Chic:1'/: ). It I I to ;gr.isp, it. The weapon! i If. sis chainbiT"d than venture' after it by the red ()lmC.t no: r.' !r
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-.---- ----- :ind of beautifulorkuianship.. ovens at work which gave to Vie town

roi .--A 1,1 :. I at night the uf one vast furnace Roberts &
Yunnp; appearance Dailey : :'
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A hlIM rrrrudllon.Tver There is. a tea-year-old. boy in Hustonwhose i with inniimcralile chimneys.I.nit :
fUH. .\I.E-F.n.: b.l iy mare and now I ...,
mother thinks lie is destined to -F
since Kublno; fired at him K1nl.'op"I.l .I "
.1l'lut! and harnesi ; -DEALERS IN.
Id' !r : .e I ii'ii t i ( linn .
i "! .> i' Mirekind and !ieutld, has had recourse to a grim IK come a noted detective. One day hewas
l'1 The I III attendance guest
hl'\ll'r on a
i : I 1,1 i .11 1!' tit.vApply to Joe precaution. There had for Fume timepast begsing/or permission to try hs; \ I
at a 'xlIl'CIJII.hootiu;: party recently I j CHOICEST STAPLE AND GROCERIES I! ;
J.t!. A I >. i r jliiii. Tfehlw been in the royal coachhouses a luind at mending a broken umbrellajver FA.NCY ,
looked on with disgust: at the. gentlenian's ,
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| t-teel lined carriage which could be whiih his father was working, 1I
A liAl.iiAl.N: C in be ha 1 in one o! swiftly transformed Into a closed steel at last he was sent out of the room on erratic marksmanship. lie was ?!. New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc.
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ti I. t- ---iilfiice! and most deMi baiiirirg: away here, there and everywhere ; :
.ii" I'! ,, df Northwe-t Hill :: compartment being' tisit1 whenever, and this the coach Ling; Is rh'cs'out. now nn\\' lu-n lie returned his father and but no liinls fell |t.:jj) FRESH SUPPLY: OF. 1[1:1| :
i.l'. : :" .M I a'' jntHfd It.a..e at fait "Aim 'iglur.; sir" advised the keeper.
'. and the umbrella '
f' : .ifM I .u1'l.tnof l::IU.e can A motor car upon' the same priu- mutht'r1'1. talking, Still tilt1 liinls tlew untouched. ft; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND ;'

hi) :, it u.j\ (,fiit' '. A. \'. Clubb, i elite' is also said to be under construe. had vanished."I CEREALS./I' )
1' it i. .. JU-'JW i[ tlUI1.I know where you've Iut It" Le said "It ain't the" gun. sir. ami it aimm'tthe IJ!]. OF ALL KINDS. Ijl
cartridges: remarked the Norfolk 'I.'
I after glance around the room. "You''epue iT; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. fVROBERTS ||
shtittiu right instead ..
I "Try
man. :
your eye
HIlt :-ALl.-ltie nio-t d --irublei't A Woman of \en'''. it in that closet and""Well (: :

j < "n ,'iy in ea-y terms, by I' Handcuffed to two burly convicts where else should I put it?" If the left sir. .:':. & DAILY I I)
U I. Jti-al E Hilt But not a pheasant fill.The !. ,
-t .te Agtucy.Si j and with a revolver ready in her coatI demanded' father impatiently.

Stiitli, I: Pahiox. _ISalmKlXDhui.Alll'EX I I pocket Mr?. Ernest: P.urmcistcr, the mother waited for her boy to fin "The keeper birds scratched isery his strong head.on the (IJ 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. 1(1!JI

wife of the sheriff of Dane county ish. IiI: 1.:.:;. IViisuc-ola Tin.v $' i
I fi
K I"... \.:." it tIL ....h..I. he said Wing this year," lie remarked, "but ou< ,
took Hurt Holmes and 1 knotIt's there, triumphantly II
WR. George
----- -- I there's tim' more chance. If Isoil. was a .;___ .' _.. '_ .;.",,;__ .__ .;;r-'- ., ___ ;_ _.;; .f
I'redi ricks to the state prison at Wau- 'bceausc whenever jou open theloset ( .,.__ ...__ ..._: ...____ .".4__ __e...'u_ .s--_ _'...__ ,-t,__ .m._.. ___... ,-u.1 o._ '_ '
:>clu..>l will be Cud sir, I shouU! 'a\I' a 1'"I> with both
; t II ..:. 1h.t \niIit ,street, I pun a few days ago Part of the trip t door that photograph IJU the IhutJI.lllln<< Answers.rll .
Or: t,.. )Ii-.. Marg.irtIachty.. I was made l'y stage. It is the first time of the bookshelf falls (down and It's e's

zu..tflIt' I In the history of the state that a wo- down now. And I know it was father \\' DroneU.Shf I
j man has performed such a duty. put it In. for mother would have stood --tlo away, jou nuisance! ym10n't
J. 1 Ll'1I :-. Com ,
--- ...... SOUR GRAPES. the picture up aaln.-Youtb's know when a wuinan l U well

I\ItiI'I.\L: : !HOfKL( 110 In- j panion. drcssi 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. .

f.. ..1. Kverjttiiig: new; all 1: You can Interest any man by saying A Tnllor'n "'Of'''. Ile-Oh. yes. I di), It is when she is

< "iiv 'iiictueModerate to him. "You work too hard." tailor. lie has his head ami shoulders above her gown t
a -Mit-. lesirahie! a iy j Washington; and Lilll'lJlut're so troubles. Your suit is three sizes too and when the lower part uf it is in the Staple and Family Groceries I
I l. ;Ijln.- of fellow's feet. Boston Transcript
ii. : good that we are tired of hearing of small yet he made most careful! measurements way a ,

'I\!: |1.\-::s dy hoard CHII be them. he swears. Pressed for explanations : Select Meats in Tins.
:N'w Commercial: hotel I it is a pity the word "honorai he confesses: 'These miserable -I t

'I' ,1 i (IUM' .i s-treet. Popular i 1.1.:" is not more popuKir in Society than cutters plague/ take ''m! They .I One Minute Cough Cure givfs a

-.itt'. ,:5jlin* :, the word accomplished." won't follow Ill) measurements: cant relief in one minute>, lier.iu it kills Poultry, Eggs and Country Produce. \

-- -- There seem to be as many rules In make 'eni do It: I am losing custom all the microbe which tickles the mucous !

Huar.. illt.: llou e.NU war as in whNt. but somehow they the time because of them. This pair of membrane, causing the cough; Telephone No. 358. ;
-- and at the time clears the
BlI.\i i '! HOl'tiH: at Wheeler don't seem to be as iuiiKirtanL I trousers is lllt the knee. It should be I phlegm, draw same out HIP inflammation

:'0; M! ey: K-ther Fl.i.: AIruTiires ->. Wo fear the war in Venezuela may IS. The book says IS-my tmasureuicnt. and heals and soothes the affected -

l -:'-. All the tie o\cr before the wires of the warriors I ."hi coat ought to Il'10 chest; part One Minute Cough Cure : ROYAL: I'llISKEY' !

', '. 'ine :'it very ieaonaN get their pictures in the papers.\ it's 2(5. They cut it to suit themselves, strengthens the lung: wards oil STANDARD I

Ii irthcrn t.iul..ts wij I If an old man is piwr. there is a feel leaving me to light it out with my paI I pneumonia and is ;i harmless and I

,.,. '1-t'll\l:1ee........ll. to s-pt-ucl I nllli a lug that he i is better off dead and the I trons." Do you mean to say that you in I, cases never; of failing Cough cure, Colds in and all curable Croup. 8 Tears Old, in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts! at S3.20 psr cieTHIS rI r
lord it.on'r ou
allow hired! men to )
:| expense (f his care ended; if he is rich I
----- One Minute Cough: Cure is pleasant ,
1.\10\\ I.. the same sentiment is entertained for (that manner'he was asked! "Lortl.I to take, harmless and good alike foryoung ,

B. : 'MONK. tl't; taiioTTiiaTre"i i the reason that others want his money. I we can't help it We tailors are the I, : and Old. HurgiPharmacv, WHISKEY at the Nelson Co. I
I and i is matured in wood
Atchison Chute. slaves of those fellows. We don't know jobji Sheppard Sidney Kuhn. Di-tilery, fully I
II' : \Ve-t ioverntnent ; before bottling it is absolutely and not
':. our lives are our own. I hire new onesevery : pure excelled !
i'o>ie Express ollice. I Ii week but they are all alike." I in quality by any Whi-kpy of the same age
i-jr-partd to clean: rl'i"l:1da'i' i i GOOD ADVICE.i no matter where produced. The Royal standard I
: the bungling CARPENTRY AND
: and'irentle I This admission explains I is eiftbt years old when bottled, and, considering I
: >nutM; 4't. IBjSmUrtKlVKU j i nrpiniI@ will not work of borne tailors.-New York Press. its excellent quality I h the in
i--- __ .\ you sick? give ELECTRICAL WORK cheapest whiskey I
= the market at that price. As a beverage, and as
'I ii.. health.'
I it II4tIIL.- you awl societies! In Berlin .
-" Polish clubs
an absolutely stimulant there is better.
: none
pure ,
It, :- : : : -A new lot IIf : Are you poor? Unhappiness will not have been ordered by the pollee under Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, Hhipped in cases containiife no marks whatever to
\ : '1Ilucid at White's make you rieh. penalties to use the German language:; if you have any carpenter or electrical indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining ;

-\.II' South Palafox. 6'3t: I Are you ignorant; ? Unhappiness will only at any meetings which: they may work you want well done.'udgin's the whiskey, is not eathfied with the quality be

: not make you K\ hold In the(8pltal.81TTERS. can return the same at our expense and money .

Ba. 1\ lt \I :o\ m trimmed hats roe happy today.: Xo matter about will be refunded. :
'': d by )1r,.. E. D. Nord- I i yesterday or tomorrow be Jiappy to- 3 file {Best for $c. All orders should be accompanied by either ;

*: make for the Mardi No other medicine TIGUTYEARIOLD currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or express
('. ." I day. has bcnn so 3rii( p-b C money order. We refer to First National .
: dmut have room and TETTE .
? Re- S E. W. PEAKE
Did do yesterday
t you wrong 0 successful In Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. <'
are >o low that they are I prettiog; will not correct the act nor I1 curing SJtumaeb -'EL
IIftll.. ltfmeuib theN CELEBRATED and liowel complaints Electrical contractor and builder, .
atone fur 1t.-8u :;i'st1on. as the :
11 East Intend nei'1't.. Kilter*. During will do your electrical work in flrst- S. A. FRIEDMAN
SOjlui He KneA ?. the past 50 years class style and at rea;;onablo rat**. ." ,
lI.\ truthful man who has just returned It bar estahlifbe1 He can bA found at 30 South Palafox ''I -
> 1 \.N, umbrelU maker 31c I from abroad says he overheard leeordofcuresof an unequaled street. Phone 203. -- SOLE PROPRIETOR. PENSACOLA. FLA.P .
"tottepf.. UP cover- I
the following dialogue between two
; urittgof uC1t'rfl1a* ard : :'- Indigestion O. nOX 41K. TKI.KI'HOM179: :
r iiis'i1 :
; fellow passengers.!" Said one: 1 :1.t
1 -( "ci.tlt8ilk i'over I i If you want a nice present :o give
i, Dyspepsia, I I
1 under who that awfully homely .
:'.1. j'in : ,
and look the --- ---- -- -
-S __ M> a friend, go through
.\ woman i>? Belchinf. -. a.* pfflMAN.
'. W'IIII!'g burtd \\111" I'' "011. that's my wife" replied the oth 2 p Constipation leant line of suitable articles at ,.-I handle: every cia=s of Lffjnrr= !'sold ia:
r ..iiiythin.- the! groiDp .. Billousae8S I. I. Stephens, you aurely can find balk: or bottle wholesale or retail ;.t [ rices thai
,1r\ \4\,1.. line will 011 I er. something to please! you. If yon are way down.
I r "Ilow do you know'ou'rp not) in the Diamond line
,;, .tf> N1tch'I ; t<. "e e D kant anythia? I F _N.
: Itt, Olive, Fla. jlTlm looking at her?" Malaria. Try it be sure to see him before you buy. _. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PASST BEER. '
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SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. until his health baa improved. He

will soon go as back his to healtb the will Alabama allow. cityas EDUCATORS PRICES KNOCKED ,*

"GOOD LUCK" Baling Powder cans George Bruce, of Bagdad, spect .COMING TOPENSACOLA

now contain "Sections," which, when returned Sunday here.
in accordance with directions, are t
Hon. Willis M. Agerton a member ,
valuable. "Sections" cost the consumer I of the county school board i* in .

absolutely: nothing but afford her, I the city today attending; the board's --
nevertheless, an opportunity for earning: I'' regular meeting.! AN INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO S ?SCATTERED TO THE FOUR WINDS OF HEAVEN $


YOUNG MAN'S/ I RICH AND INFLUENTIAL MEN i, 4' INCOMPLETE SIZES, the Accumulation of the Season's Business,
BY SUPT. N. B. COOK AND t$ MUST GET OUT and for that purpose we will on SATURDAY

I :.......00..1 BAD BREAK WILL PROBABLY BE FEBRUARY 7th, start our NOW FAMOUS g .g *

| SOCIAL ECHOES j i Stephen Robert, a young white! ACCEPTED. ...ODD AND END SALE. .

.>.............MINNN.Mr3. man, made a bad break yesterday \

when he took $37 from a white man County Superintendent N. B. The sale that has becom&q household word, the sale that will accomplish its iur.
Dunwody entertainedthe
( Ycunjr Bryan Married Couples Six- named R. I Seaberry while the lat- Cook returned Saturday night from pose. YOU MUST ACT QUICKL REMEMBER, THEY ARE THE BROKE"

handed Euchre Club last Thursday ter was asleep and drunk. Robertsit Gainesville Fla., where he had been LOTS AJ\'D MUST GIVE WAY TO SPRLVG PURCHASES. .

Including members of the and for the past fire days attending.a
veiling. seems, found Seaberry asleep
club Mrs. Danwody extracted the money from him turn- convention of the county school

about forty guests. log same over to a Greek .named ': superintendents of the state. '
Ten games of six-handed euchre LADIES' SHOES. I Misses' Shoes. 1 CHILDREN'S SHOI5.
were pl iyed, Mrs.V.: K. Hyer winning Gleeker to keep until morning. i Mr. Cook was much pleased with I

the created number and was !, Gloeker has: run against the officer his trip, as he had gained a knowledge -i $3 50 Patent Vici Lace Welt i f2 M Patent Vici. Lace, Welt JS1 I &0 Viet, Lace, Button, s
I I Sole ...... ............. ...$2 is Sole, 1 If.'to' 2..............$206 ,! to 11......... .... .. .. (I'
awarded the fit prize, a beautiful ;: heretofore and was' inclined to be of lItany things; of which he I 3 50 Patent Vicf, Lice, Turn 2 03 Patent Foxed and Tip I,1 25 Vici, Lace: or Button

-, Irauze f.ln. Mrs.V.. 15. Wright; won'' suspicious. He carried the'money ; was not formerly familiar, anda i Sole .................... ... .278 Lice.112;! t.j 2.... .... .... 169 tI'lIl...... .... ...... .. _.
a tneladie*'bocbyalittledrum. The : i 1 75 Vici Kid Button or Lace 1 00 Vici. Lace or Botton. *
Mrs. J. : to Deputy Marshal Sanders, and to i personal contact: with men in 3 tit) Vice Hand-sewed Turn II.1 10 2...... ............. 159 to 11.... .... ... .... . 'J'
i con ol ition prize was: Run by Sole, Lace or Button...... 239 ;
I of educational matters from 100 Vici Kid Button or Lace 100 Patent Leather Lace -
8. McGiu !hey; which was a large: ; that officer explained how it was; ;' charge 300\leIL cp.Dullh.ld Tops 11,2 to2.... .... .... .... .... liS to 11.Velt ...... .... .... . .:
i handsome bottle of cologne. given him. Officer Sanders found all parts: of the country was a privilege '\ Sole........... .... 211 1 2"j: Yici Button or Lace. 11U! ilhH'xCalfRutton. tj to s 4

Mr. J. E. Ab-rcrombie won the not often available. I 2 50 Vici Kid, Lace, Extension to 2...... ............ .....r &9i.: talc Vici Lace, (> to S.
beautiful : that Seaberry: had been robbed and I II ; II I Sole. ..... ...... ..... ...... 171 1 00 Viei Button or Lice, II1.. 755; Pdtciit Leather, LtccClel b
frentlcKUu'o prize, a I arrested Robert, who was this The Eicamba: county man also i 2 O\'iciKid.I.icedorButtonl: M) to 2...... ...... .... .... ...." I to 8oOc ...... .... ...... . iJt
gold stick pin and the gentleman'sboobyapa I' 2 50 Vici Button, Common : Had rfi'lp-, Lice or Bu<
tendered to the rich men of the -
?<:r cap, went to Mr. J. S. ; morning bound over to the county i iI I Sense, Turn Hole..: ....... 1 &91 P| Men's Shoes on.2.to6..... ...... !t
McGau hy.Elegant authorities. ; North who are interesting them 2 50 Vici Button, Welt :Sole: ... 2 07''' *-, 00 Patent Kid Allover Blu5 I I.JCflft' l"oe,1I! :Styles.: ."

rtfeshaeut5 were served, __ u -____ I I selves iu Southern educational: matters i 2 00 Patent Tip Lice, Cuban cher ......:...... ...... ....13 gi i Wet: Soles( All Colors. .;.
Military and French Heel 16 00 Patent Vici Lace Exteu- I
s and the evening was one of C0tl11lEteenjoyment 'I an invitation to come over 'I 173'Lace: Extension mole, Heel ion sole.,......:. ........ 37-jiBoys i Youth and Little Gents'
to the happy participant A CONSTABLE i, to Escambia county when next they : and Spring Heel..... .... 129 500 Patent l'oronar.fonkev

1 75 Lace, Patent or Leather Skin Top...... .... .... ..". 379 I Shoes.
Mrs. Win. Gait. Chipley has returned were in the South, and a promise i iI Tip ...... .... ...... ........ 1 21 3 50 Patent Vici, Laceor Button 2 76
to her home in New Orleans to was exacted that they would if con : 1 75 Button, Extension Sole... 1 29 3 oO Shoes, all kinds and styles 2 76 $3 50 Patent Vici. Lace. WPItI
INTROUBLEJndge I I I I 1 50 Lace or Button, Heel and 3 00 Patent Enamel, Extension 2 41 Sole? 4 to 5'2.. -
the regret of her many friends here. venient. Prof. David. E. Cloyd, rep- !I Spring Heel... ...... .... 1 IS 3 00 YiclKldorBoxCalKld 2 00 Vici Kid, Lace, 2l'''2'to' ''51.' $i le)

resenting the men, informed Mr. I 1 23: Lace of Button,Patent Tip, Lined... .................. 2 41 170 Vici I Kid. Lace, :!'.. to Ss- t 19
Mrs. Harry Stanley Forbes and Extension Sole.v 89c 2 50 Vici Kid,Plain or Cap Toes 1 89 I2> Satin Calf, Lace, Plain' or
Mrs. Bleeker Forbes entertained Beggs expressed himself in I Cook that the invitation wouli likely 1 25; Lice, Common Sense...... She! \ 2 50 Lace, Patent Leather.... 1 81 Cap Tops, 2'j to 5'.... . her!

: ,. charmingly Saturday afternoon and no uncertain language this morninz I II be accepted, and State Superin- 1 00 Lace, Common Sense..... tHc 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 175 Vici Kid Lace,13 to 2. I 19\
the home of the former I Toes, Lace or Congress... 119 1 50 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2. I 1Ladies'
: l evening at regarding a little affair which has : tendent Sheats said he would have House Slippers. 175 Lace, Box Calf............ 126 1 25; Hox Calf, Lace 13 to 2.. 91r
t in honor of Mrs. Harry Hollands of reached him. the party over this way if possible.Mr. 1 50 Heavy Satin Satin Calf I 50 Vici Kid Lace, 9 to 13.. I IShoes. (b
Detroit. The rooms were daintily 1 22 1 25 Vici Kid Lace, 9 to 13. .. KJJ!
If decorated with bamboo smilax and A defendant named Grimes was Cook was not well and did not : $170 Red and Black Quilted New Orleans Hand Made Cable
"i') I hear Booker speak. Satin Fur Tops..... ...... 119 Screw Shoes.... ...... .... 9Sc,
handsome palms: and ferns. The called for and the : Washington .
sentence today 150 Black Juliete Fur Tops. IIi! a-Merehatsareuot barred from buyHAS BEEX8, WOULD-BE.
': soft lights, came from the yellow him I He went to the hall where the noted 1 50 Black Felt Juliets, FurIngtbIHboe.. I
:' chandeliers and caudelabras. judge interrogated re;ardiug I Tops ............ .... .... ... 87c75c Men's VENTORY AND FAKE SALES;
to have been ; negro was to deliver an address, but SlIppers MUST GIVE WAY '10 THE
;:4 : alleged Black Felt Slippers, lined 4'Ji:
: I"8hade The color scheme yellow was artistically made to him by Constable Smith. had I n leave on accountofthecrowd. Black Sjrge Slippers... .... .... 24c $1 25; Vici Kid. Black Oppra.... 99J ORIGINATORS OF THE GREAT
, carried out enhancing the i $I 50 Felt Hhoe. Leather Tip- 1 CO Vici Kid, Black Tan or AND ONLY
,:II beauty of the long stemmed: American I Grimes 'acknowledged the accuracy When a reporter called on Mr. ped, Lined, Lace... ...... 1 19 Wine Color.... ...... .... Me
Beauty roses and delicate white ; Cook this morning he was very buy 1 25; Felt Shoe, Lace or Con- 75c; Black! or Brown Alfirator 3'Jj!
'be i of certain things and Judge Beggs greasLined ...... ...... ... 89:; Whittpmorp, Baby Elite, OUt I) AND END! SALE!'
" t hyacinths, used SOeilectivelyOsi !! directed that Constable Smith; be ; preparing for the regular meeting of Black Serge: Shoes, Lace or Con- 4dc Combination Polish... .. 62 : 1 l

;I Many delighted quests called andlingered the county board of public instruction -
j summoned before him this evening. I
. long to enjoy the cordialhospitality
. I When that officer reaches the which convened in regular
and beautiful) scene. citya I

i"1/ i They were received by Mrs. Harry I, stormy and troublesome scene is i, monthly session at 10:30 n'_a. m. :Meyer Shoe COa

, i.I Banley Forbes gowned in beautiful. expected.It .

' : white silk net over bluo taffeta, :IL I seems that Smith had anticipated THE WEATHER TO-DAY. Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street. }

,I trimmings of pearl paseinentane, .
JJI} the court's sentence and induced -
with forset-uie-ucts.; Mrs. Bleeker -
: LOCAL FORECAST: "Fair warmer tonight -
Forbes in handsome of rose Grimes to enter a plea of ,
increasing cloudiness and warmer
{. colored crepe de chine, black appli- guilty. This was not exacly to JudgeBeggs' Tuesday probable showers,variable winds CREENHUT & CO $
trimming with American beauty becoming east and freshFulfilled. A
.1. qae liking, who said he would report RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
;; roses.
Mrs. Harry Holland, gowned in all officers, doing likewise to the I I Temperature In Last 24 Hours: LINE. j '

i soft yellow mull black trimming, I governor: and have the state executive -"I M I lUum..________ .:degreeS 1 4..WHOLESALE GROCERS,

'II with handsome Parma violets. Assisted take up the matter with them. Mlnlmum____..__5: degrees
I' I The Pensacola St. Andrews and

,. ; by Mrs. William nice Johnson ., Constable Smith was here today I: Temperature Ellewhere: Gulf Steamship Company has fixed Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.
in very becoming gown of red I the following schedule and rates to
and went to
up liu. Mn.I
; opt over rf'dl'ilk, with crimson roses, :I I I Atlanta... __. ._.___:'a u apply named between Pensacola and the

'J bid Mrs. William: J Forbes, gowned Bismarck._.._._ __. _.III S'l points : D. HALE WILSON,

:4 >u beautiful whiteorg.lndletrimmed Chicago ._ _...._..__.14 :4Clncinnatt I SCHEDULE.
.I.. ...., with blue ribbons; over blue tutleta. ; MARITIME. _...._._.__.='I 8eGalvaston Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa .
I Iklle Jolm-oa ___. .__411 m I' cola every Tuesday: night at b:30: Real Estate and Rental Agent
;: I Mrs. Emma grace Huron.Jacksonville............. '"..._._.._-.t- le o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile ,
! fully served punch In a lovely gown AKKIVFD. ..-. ....--- -Si ill train and the P. & A. accommodation
(tI;1 of pink point d'e-prlt with applique Kan.RS Clly.__ _..___.s1: 4nICey 1 I train. Tim will enable a l\\X! South I'alai'ov Street,
I of black silk over pink silk. In Weet.........__..____fib NI' person to leave Mobile at 5 p. in.,
h *
I Am ,I3'S.Olsen.: Philadelphiato TFLEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACOLA FLORID
: I order 69 Memphis ..._......._.._ ..__::1>; 44 make close connection at Pensacolaand ,
i; the diniug roan the guests were 1 hr ts August Belmont.-".'74, Rogers, Tani- Mobile n'". ..._..._._..._-_..a, 50 reach tit. Andrews the next .
rt graciously attended by Miss :Mallory ,, Pica to jail raiiMi C'oCLEAKFD.. I Montgomery _'___"._' M 44 morning at? o'clock.

. Miss ll'jld-n, Mus Berta Hyer, Mi-s New Urlean'........_.._.._..4i 611 ItTES.The .
rl t I Mary liken, Mi-.s Charlie Hr si{Manchester n.itCofor In\enter.iTTJ.)1"ncb.t.r wild Parry.bvGuif'I' 1-0, S..w'orlt.......... ......._. ....._3 PAS4KNGKU BRAWJER'SCEARilCE
"<) hales cotton. I.I<(i"), sIt lumber. IIUI r ;Savannah ._.___._.._ 4: 5 passenger rate from Pensaeoli
:iI Miss Elise Cliipley and Miss Mamie b les cottons bus wheat,TjObbls rmm. ; follows
I >. St. Louis .n .......... :11I 33 will,be as :
i1\ Merritt in dainty: light gowns who : t.i: ;tons phosphate roc valued at II'IU'HO := ::: = To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
t I ', (tat bit Aldo. 10J7 Kerretto, bv HcmthernStates .
J I handed delicious refreshments.The Lumber Co for Genoa with t; o.foi s points-$600; round trip $JO.
ft lumber\ftlueclst IIO, J round table was beautiful I i hr M AUKUst Kelmoat, 2'; by He-I am afraid I made an awful big $350; round trip $15. SALE
tall of Gulf Co ftr Tawplco with 5iui, tons fool of niy!elf over you.
,,.1 with the center piece, a vase; i, coal allied at flJU.oi These fares include first-class
.I American Beauty roes, from which'II' i She-Yes. you have fulfilled my utmost t cabin stateroom: and meals.

1 I came pale yellow scarf dotted with I' SAILED.Hal -. f'qll'Cttions.-Xew York Herald- Further information can be secured
I by applying at the company's officesin
: I smilax to the edgesof the handsome- bk Aldo, 1017. Kvrretto,Genoa La PORTLAND-- CEMENT a the Thiesen building. ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
ly appointed table. Delightful! music
I i A Crying 'n.lff. $2.50 per barrel. A. V. CLUBRS,
added to the pleasure of th&vening. i|
t't'I! After the reception a thoroughly j: "What." the world needs is more poets. Corner Bru and Garden Streets. A GOOD UECOHME.NDATION."I 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-iece''I 64-inch Heavy Ladies'Clothinallsuits

1 informal card wa indulged I have noticed that the sale of all wool worth $3, special sale Colors regular $1 yard, this sale! b9o
i 5 party In.\\ "More poets? Why there are so many $1.98 suit.
1 Euchre was played and the prlz .poets now that they can barely makea NOTICE Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Remember we carry a full line of yard.

is were as follows, : Mrs. W. R. Johnsonladiesfirstprizeasilverserver- living. Tablets is almost invariably to those Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 44-

1 t : I ; "Yes; but If there were more of themtht'j h hereby given that the undersigned 'will who have once ned! them," says Mr.J. prices to suit everybody. Inch Dress Good, latest out, regular
t ; all." on March loin. lillIS, apply to the Governorot Look at our Show Window for $1 this sale
couldn't live at -Judge. yard, 89c yard.
1 Miss Mamie Merritt, a water color I tbe mate of Florida fur letters patent Incorporating H. Weber, a prominent druggistof Ladies' Underwear.
.. I them and their associatei In prices on 38 pieces Fancy Dress Good, wool
1 picture; ladies booby a pin II Cascade Iowa. What better rec- We a swell line of Ladies'
t I accordance with tbe following proposed carry and Silk, regular II yard, this sale
ommendation could medicine Flannel and Silk Waists at prices so
;! Miss Elise Chipley. Mr. Frank Ha- charter: any
" \ THE MARKETS. 1. 1 be name of the corporation shall be have than for people to call for it everybody can wear one. j4c yard.
t germ all won a handsome stein, gentlewen' Peters-LaDgellier Land Company, and Its Three All-wool Black Hen
: ? French Neck pieces
place ot business,Pensacola. Florida. when in need of such a remedy Try 70 doz Men's Heavy
a first prize; and jumping I :i. The general nature o(tbe business to thAW whe you feel dull after eat Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta, silk warp, regular yard thh
I. ; jiek. the booby was won by Mr. be transacted, la buying selling, renting ing when you have a bad taste in drawers to match. sale 85c yard.
t Henry Hyer. i COTTON REPORT. leading land, reclaiming including Improving open wide and land developing and'- your mouth, feel bilious have no appetite 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un30 pieces 30-Inch All-wool Tricot
and city and town lots wheresoever situated. or when troubled with constipation lershirts, worth 0c, special 35c; all colors regular Sic' yard, this sale
I: This closed one of the largest ,1y 8. The amount of C pual Btoclt shall be' and you are certain to be de- drawers to match. 25c vard.
y I most enjiyable of this season's II Into thirty three ttousand hundred(I:"IUJI.()II)>)!JIll shares dollars.of one aided hundred lighted with the prompt relief which 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Under- tr Just Received a Full Line
4 j many: reception j Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. dollars 4iuto4each.' Tbe said capital they afford. For sale by all druggists shirts, worth fI,special Toe; drawers Waitings, regular 2'c' yard.thl sale
:I I Lowe& Co. I. stock shall be payable in cash or real es- and medicince dealers. to; match 15c yard.

c t The Young Married Couples Six' Spots. I tate.4. The said corporation shall exist for 100 doi lwn'8 All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Ready-to-We'lr Rainy-
I Handed Euchre Ciub met with Mrs. I twenty-five years front the date of the We have just received our. Hair Undershirts, worth $UjO. special Day Skirts, worth $1.50, special sale
ti Good Middling..9 1-4 granting of letters patent to It. $1; drawers to match, In White, 98c each.
tB'ri II It. A. Hyer Saturday filled I j Strict Middling..... .... .... .9 1-8 {I I the 5. corporation Tblt officers bush by wbicb be conducted the business shall bea of 1903 line of Heywood Go- Red and Fawn colors. :9 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

Three tables were and the i i Middling ...... ...... ..........9 I' President and Treasurer, a Vlce-fresi- Carts with all the latest im We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,

scores were made as follow: Mrs. > Strict Low Middling..* ......8 13-16 :i dent.who shall and a be:*elect yaudGeneralManager by the Board of Directors provements. Call and see Shirts and Drawers worth $3; Ipecworth $4 special sale $2.43 each.
j't ial to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
al us regular meeting on the first
gl T. W. Brent the highest, the prize
i 1-2
; Low\llddllng..8 Monday In December of each year. A Board them; they are beauties. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $160, special
, being a handsome fan. j I Ir Tone Unsteady. of four Directors shall be elected by tbe and Fleece Lined Undershirts at sale 9?c each.
Stockholders at their regular Marston
r Mr. W. K. Hyer 8r., the highest,i' FUTUUES.. tbe first Monday In December of each year.on $ Quina. 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured -
score for gentlemen and was awarded Until' the first election. R.O. Peters shallbe 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to 10, special
:March....... ...... .......... ....9.28 President and Treasurer: A. L. Langel- Hot F/enoh Waffles with Red All Wool Undershirts at We; sall'I.98toU.98each.
a beautiful picture of the poets.I Her shall be Ice-President,and A. L. ban-
May..... .........................9 33 gellier shall be Secretary and General Manager drawers to match. Ready-to-Wear Jackets: our price
I Mrs. J. E. Maxwell made the low- ,and the aforesaid officers; and James A. :Florida Cane Syrup at We carry a full line of Ladies', $1.48 to $8 each. You will save
i est score and for prize won a toy. -- Mclallll1all be and constitute the lioard of Solomon's Men's and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before

| Mrs., W. K. Hyer won the prize for NAVAL BTOKtti UAKKKT. Directors.6. Tbe corporation shall not at any time ____ that we faD save you 2oc on. buying. .
Incur any indebtedness whatever. Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at 11.50
r the lone hands, three large sticks of Reported Daily for The News bj 7. The names and residences of the subscribers I went to Pryor's furniture houseon I of Men's Clothing Bougnt at boo on to $o; worth nearly double. ,
candy tied together. Union Naval Stores Co.qriKITI are as follows: Richard O. Peters West Government street and Double-Breasted
of ManUtee, hundred and fifty dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' 2-piece
I The consolation cut for by all was Roe',. (150) shares; Auguste L. Langelller of Pen' furnished my entire bouse for just just } price off other merchants. suit, worth 11.50, special 9Sc suit.

won by Mr.J. 8. McUaughy a beautiful WW____$425 R_ __I 83WG sacola(If) shares,;James A.hundred McCall.of and forty-eigbt DeFuniak one-half of what I expected to pay.

picture. ________ II t'a G___.-1 2Y 0011 I I Springs In witness Florida whereof two tbe 121 shares.above mentio edsubscribers It was a surprise to me, and I don't Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat
Delicious refreshments were served. barf hereunto signed tnetrnamis. know why I remained single so long.
Ours. Remember
the Place
l____ 843 & ....1 (I()I ,
&___ 3o D_ Ig,1 .RICH A.KDG.PETERS, a. ",I '
Raymond Marques has returned L-___ 2 80 C.t below__ I W I AUGUSfE L. LANGELLIER, IDS s. Paiafox St. F. E. BRAWNER.
JAMES A. Ik Swf for 5c. ,
MCCALL.febDoawiw Jiudoia's,
from Birmingham, and will remain I

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