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 10, 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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Local Militiamen Will Have to Pay Various

lines for Disobedience of Several Com I "o .

pany 'Orders---Adjutant-General Issues the "' G pOb4Ki!'

s Orders.... !iG

1 General order No. 1, issued from I
\ r the adjuta general's office at Tallahassee -I

have been received in Pensa- lard Lurk Stories' That Take theI'lurc Absolutely:pure: '

f\cis Gef\tly; cola and give the results of the military of Open Ut-KSlaK- <
The plain and open tapster who accosts THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE > l
court held here October 18, in ,. '
you in the street purely to beg :
r \ Acts Pleasantly '
; -, ; which Major Richard M. Cary was may generally be known by an amaze

{ 3 r "' \ .r c.ts i 1 president, and Captain Chas B. ing ovcrpoliteness in opening the con- r
; Parkhill versation. lie Is the only person I "MADE TO STAND PULLING. ij,
was Judge-advocate. lH'i
.5 .k know who begs pardon for taking the f 1 "
i ) cts Laxative Six privates were tried and convicted of theGovernment'
.- # r Irvilyas;a liberty of speaking to you and by this The Great Tensile Strength ;
Paper Money."The
at that session and were fined sign you shall know him. They nil be- ,t
of to the cultured and the way some cashiers pay out
Syrup Figs appeals
from $5 to $20. They were as follows: gin by begging pardon for taking this
email bills In exchange for large one
I c/ '' J well-informed and the because its
; to
; healthy, component
:r.i but only the
M. P. Jr. conduct to the not so very rare liberty tired Itwearies '
Bonifay other as
_. J must men as
r /Cs : :: _, : parts are simple and wholesome and because duffers go on straight ay to tap. The .
remarked observing
-; r ;L'_ j it acts without disturbing the natural functions prejudice of good order and discip- proficient tapsters approach the tap business me man to another Washing- ,

1.-,T, a S. % as it is wholly free from every obj3ctioiuble line; fined $10.J. sideways so to speak. Something like tonian as they watched the cashier of ,
i' 242M quality or substance In the cf this, with a quick touch of the but Ii
ti process C. Brown was charged with a I a fashionable uptown cafe pull at and ..
r manufacturing figs are used, as they are brim: strip the ones and twos in exchange for ,11;
failure to report to the armory on
I 1 ,- rl.: pleasant to the taste, but the m r\\iiiI "Beg pardon sir I'm pure I 'umbly a ten as though he were pulling a piece
October, to answer certain charges beg Jour pardon for takin' the great:
a .-- virtues of Syrup of Figs are ofn ltd of molasses candy over a hook and ,
: I' liberty of speakin' to you in a public
f, j c ; = ,' from an excellent combination of plants after having been notified, and also thoroughfare like this which I am halod to let go.'t'

I' : i rx known to be medicinally laxative and to refusing.' to "fall in" when ordered quite aware it is a great liberty, sir, "It does," acquiesced his friend whdl '
lJ f 5 ::- act most happened to be a United States treasury -
beneficially. will
by Sergent Brown' He pleaded not though trustin you kindly pardonthe
:T ? To its beneficial effects th. 'ardworkin'man expert. "The way some cashiers
pet -buy great liberty of a pore,
f guilty, but the evidence was against and at bills
jerk snap pull as they paythem
1 genuine-manufactured by the !sir In takin' the great liberty of
:. % =2 s II ttil',1a him, and a fine of $t5. was exacted. ankin' if this street Is the V.ymarket: out is utterly ntsurd The old
adage about pinching a silver dollar a
Private William Williams sir?" (Or the way to the Strand or the :
day of the month, or !lometl>lnl\.) until the eagle screams pales before ,
charged with a failure tobe present Qt You answer the question, but you the way the up to date flip cashier

the September nod October summary : dou't stop the stream of apologetic I jerks thg long"green bg! tidies.l .
"Thank slr" the "In Oils "connection I IlFglve you a
courts alter having been commandedto yout,klndly, ,pursues
tapster pouring out"the words, "thank I fact that Is not generally known, and t.

do so. Notwithstanding his pleaof you kindly, sir, If you'll so far pardon tjjat I$ the eight a new treasury sin.

-S rx Francisco Cal. not guilty be was convicted and the liberty of a pore, 'ardworkin* man.I'll' gle note, and four notes in a sheet, will :

Louisville, Ky. new York.rt.Y. fined $10.Private. In askiu' the question which unfortunately sustain without lyeaklng. The figures s

For *l4by all druists. Price fifty cents per bott'e.' \ I was forced to take the may be accepted as official and ac it 1 ?
John F. Pryor received a great liberty, sir, through beln' out o' curate. '

lawful order from First Sergent Abt I "'orkIghtn months an' nothlnk to ".single treasury note measures 3ft \ A
I eat since last Toovlay fortnight, air Inches wide by 7Vi Indies long and i '"
to report to the commanding officer upon my word of honor which uothlnk will suspend pounds lengthwise and "i

and refused ; for this he pleaded but the cries for bread of fourteen 01 pounds crossw isc. Notes are printed .

GOOD ROADS IN GERMANY. I II UNIMPROVED' ROADS.How BY THE LITTLE ONES. guilty and was fined |15. This young chIldren In arms would prevail four to a sheet A sheet will suspend '1": "?
I on me, sir-so iRstreme kind as you've 108 pounds lengthwise and 171 pounds *r
Iki llikhnir Hi piiir Sjktem In That They Affect the Gout of Trans A. \amber of Urluht Sayings From militiaman also disobeyed an orderto bin to me, sir, which I shall never for crosswise. L .

( *iuntr>'. I portation. the Up tii \ounK"trm. appear before the summary courtof get-to take tho very great liberty, sir, "The remarkable strength of a Unit'F

".1' 3 !. that roadmaklngi I*. II. Hitchcock, thief of the bureau Little UMe-Harry, what Is a versatile the company, under company order In a public thoroughfare: of askin' od States treasury note may thus be < f
: i :,.' art. Few; how of foreign markets gave an interesting person? which is the nearest work'ousn?" seen at a glance, and I venture to say !
i ''' i.l repairing has address nt the North Dakota good Small Harry-Why, a person who No. 5> dated August 27, 1902, It once more you give him Informa- that not one person in a million would i

.' : i .i: ip ely cheapI raids comentlon. The subject of transportation makes cries, of courM" and did wilfully disobey same. He tion Instead of CoPyou only provoke have guessed the great tenacity of the t .

I \ -i: devoutly," writes is one of the mot Important pleaded guilty to the latter charge another speech of the same sort, paper which, when properly printed f
v ': \inckow in the Chit matters that have to be considered by Tl'adlt'r-IIuw many kinds of force for he ('an0 on like that for a deal and stamped, becomes good money." !iS
I IM'il societies: could Mr. Hitchcock's bureau, and in the han we? also and was made subject to another longer: than you want to listen. It is The cashier lard interestedly listened jfl"

:M' i-Unly it and ap- course of his remarks he stated that it Triad: !: Pupil-Three. fine of $15. This was the largest only in the extreme that ho will directly to the treasuryexpert's explanation of ;
study to country was of as much interest to his department Tl'I'hl'r-Name them ask for money, though I fancy thatit the weight sustaining and necessarily *
aggregated fine imposed at the !summary ;
I :-p"k,' once on the to have the cost uf transportation Bright l'ul'il-Ho.liIy force, mental Is merely caution that marks his resisting power of wear ami tear of
i (.f l.jdlng; citl- betw tni the farm and town reduced to force and the police! force. Court guarded way as they say In the lyric, our paper money and then he said: "

ty. in New York a Uiinimnui as it was to reduce the cost H. G. Bindorf was fined fa for failure for if accused of bogging; by some "You sec, it is this way: Bills stick J j
\i>tninut in havii to the coast or from P.osto'f LhcrpO Little Marge had h,1'1I"Cry naughtyand watchful policeman he can always together; see, and we cashiers have to
', 'f things; for sue- ll. her mother was mildly reproving: to comply with orders to appearat plead that he was only asking a harmless make up any shortage out of our own 8

paupers and fruit 1'oor roads: from'the farm to the market her when the little miss exclaimed: the summary court. question. And the questions are pockets, and that's one reason why we r.

figure; in foreign competition, andit ti amuka, for goodness' sake whip me Sergent Joseph P. Barry was up endless In variety. I give my solemn snap and jerk the bills so hard, so we 1 '
, it pays to cn1 is: a known fact that taking the average and stop talking: so much about it," word that I was once buttonholed by will not pay out two for one, as mightbe
fne their fields of : haul of ten miles to market at 23; ; for failure to attend the summary one of these seedy tap;ters with tho done. Again a two dollar bill is frequently f

:.',\ uses in value cents per ton per mile the cost being I Ilrnpr (aged fue)-Mamma, my stomach court, absence from semi-annual inspection apologetic request that I would tell mistaken for a five, and vice

Mnius thrown Intor $2,SO, the amount is twice that chargedfor says it's time for dinner. in violation of Article 33, him the number of stars on the national versa, and by counting out our money aj ,
transporting the same produce from I Mamma Well, dear, go and see what flag of the United States! ThisIs as if it were drops of our lifeblood wo
Boston: to Liverpool. Thirty years ago the cluck says. and for disregarding orders to appear a simple fact.-Leonard Larkin In are less liable to pass out one for the p

it cost 30 cents for transiting wheat Elmer (a moment later)-The clock at a sitting of the military the Strand. other."-Washington Star.

from Chicago to New York while It I says my stomach is ten minutes fast. court. He was acquitted on the sec
now costs 9 cents, and wher it formerly The Title of ")In." Barbering Used to De an Art.
cost: $10 from New York to Liverpool "Ilaie you made any good resolutions ond charge, but a fine of $5 was The title Mrs. was In olden time applied Time was when bartering was a way

it now costs ?1.50. for the new year, Bobby?" asked placed in the other case. to unmarried as well as to married up artIn ancient times barbers were +

The cost of transportation has been the minister. The records and proceedings of women and to young as well as surgeons, the only persons who could i
reduced wry materially In every way "Yes, sir; one." replied the little fellow old. Sir Walter Scott spoke of Joanna scientifically "let blood.. In London
except from the farm to the market. "I'\e resolved not to tight other the general court martial in each of (unmarried) as Mrs. Joanna Ralllie. there Is still a barber surgeon class.

whIch still remains the same as thirty boys" the foregoing cases have been submitted Although it was not perhaps so universal They possess a cap given the guild by t t
years ago, and all because of unimproved "That's good," said the minister. to the who to address quite young children as arles, II. Around the barber's pole 1 t
roads. "And how did you happen to make it?" govenor approves It was those over twenty-one by the still twines the ,snake the subtlest ? i
''Cause," answered truthful Bobby, each of them with tire words: "The title of Mrs, yet it was frequentlydone. beast of the field a survival the bra- G

lie of the Road Roller. "I always get licked."-Chicago News. sentence Is confirmed and will be The most ludicrous example of zen serpent lifted up in the wilderness, i
R nr If you use a roller, remember that this occurs In the register of burials the symbol of the healing art.
rr "
executed. His is
the bides of the roads should have your !I Carefully Educated."So duly signature for the parish of St. Margaret, West l ll

first attention and that the work of you want a job do you?" attached to each approval.The minster. The burial of Milton's! second An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. S i

compacting the layers of gravel should "Yes sir," replied the boy. finding in the case of Private wife and that of his infant daughter \ r
proceed from each side toward the Center "How long have you gone to school named after her who died at the age "Some time ago my daughter
.u i.rrAin SYSTEM. so as to counteract the tendency of "Ten years sir." Sindorfwas the least of them all of five months, are both recorded in caught a severe cold. She complained !

r Kiilo are purchasedr the gravel to work out from the center "Can you read?" when it was thought that his wouldbe that register the name in each case of pains in her chest and had a f

.ul repairing cornruiswlm toward the sides. The work of "No, sir. but I can do drawn work the greatest, as he was known to being entered as Irs. Kathenn Milton bad cough. I gave her Chamber i
otherwise would rolling: will generally: go on more qukk- and drop stitching." I ," without any mark of distinctionsave : lain's Cough Remedy according to f
'.'!tM"iti'd in ahushouses' ly and thoroughly if the gravel: slightly "Can you write?" I have written an insulting letter to the letter "C" for "child" after directions and in two days she was 1

: ak those stones and moistened In advance of the roller "No but I have a certificate for proficiency the captain of his company regardIng the second name. Even In the reign of well and able to go to school. I br': ,
to the wtuk of repair- and this is particularly important in in china painting." George II., as we read In 'Tope's Let
an order he had received. have used this remedy in my family ,
>, putting down the top or surface Ia'l'r.Idt'nl "Can you add a column of figures?" ters unmarried ladies used to be for the past seven years and have

'I pay the men is made "Not very well sir. but I got tile styled Mrs. never known it to fail," pays James _
off to the highest bid- Roal"a1'*. highest mark in my class for original Escaped an Awful Fate. Prenderga, merchant Annato Bay,

"' fruit trees that were Ideal roadways, according to Martin research In last year's bird nests." Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn, Fla., A Cure For Lumbago.W. Jamaica, West India Islands The ,
':'i sides or the highway Dodge, export of the agricultural department did you learn those ten pains in the chest indicated an approaching
writes doctor told I had of Amherst Va.,
: "My me I C. Williams, attack of '
::.It and which was nour- should provide, first a years? I suffered ,
Consumption and nothing could be says: "For more than a year which in this instance was undoubtedly -
the manure that falls smooth: firm and nonwcariug surface "That's about all, sir. You see, I'm I from lumbago. I finally tried
: and is pushed at Inter- for the wheels; second, a firm nonslip- only fifteen."-:IewarkIews.. done for me. I was given up to die. Chamberlain's Pain Balm and It warded off by It Chamberlain's -
. r'std under upon their pcry footing for the horses; third, low The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. gave me entire relief, which all acts any Cough tendency Remedy.of a cold toward
; baser of the crop pees first cost, combined with durability; A Guaranteed Care for Piles King's New Discovery for Consumption other remedies had failed to do." pneumonia. Bold by all druggist

i (rut: is not stolen. The fourth low cost fur maintenance and Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding induced me to try It. Results Sold by all druggists and medicine and medicine dealers.Ooldrlng's .

,r uitrs hare no botherVid repairs; fifth a nondust and nonmud Piles. Your druggist will refund ;your were startling. I am now on the dealers
surface sixth It should also money It PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure No. 3 saloon at the
forming ,
L although the sale beE road to recovery and owe all to Dr.King's PORTLAND CEMENT at I
i it brings in considerable.r be as nearly noiseless as possible. you IiO cents. Union depot, since its opening, has
: ; New Discovery. It surely
$2.50 barrel. ,
become noted as the place to find
knows how much be- "
We are the only furniture saved my life. This great cure is I. Bra and Garden Streets.
t'S of highway fruit crops TO CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY guaranteed for all throat and lung Corner the best and purest brands of liquors
olin the local newspapers" Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet* All dealers. the city who carry diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 to be found in the city. You will
druggists refund the money II It falls to a compUte line of china South Palafox street. Price 50c and If you want your office receive polite attention and be made t
p' < cure. E. W. Urove'a'signature li on tech Trial bottle free.Foiey's Marston
$1.00. to 4'Qi
'tt furnished
Vanilla Extract outlived box. 25o.Hot. cases and sideboards. We welcome.

ttl ', It is the finest and purest Chocolate with sell them fur cash or on na's. They have an elegant Hot French Waffles with .t

tit'L,4tract that can be bought. Cream at Solo easy payments. Marston 4 Kidney Cure line of roll top desks Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's 1

fccj: tried< always used. mOD Whipped e.V Quina. yp>V a VfrfTtfyT and MtitffT Hgfrta and of ceichatirs.y 1 If.

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Y 1 ,: Oat of'302 occupations reported by

the last census only eight are without
: Bared New Life from PnnmMla"Mjr Biod RiiBlti h Eftry Cm women workers.

-;. wife bad a severe attack of Pneu Dr.C.J. Bisbop, Ague, Mlch.writes: There are no women street car drivers r

r monia which followed a case of La Grippe "I have used FOLEY'S HONEY AND. though there are two women "motorwell' -

; and I believe that FOLEY'S HONEY TAR in three very severe cases of pneumonia and thirteen women conductors. -

AND TAR saved her life," writes James with good results in every case." .-
; Coffee of Missouri.
Women have not as yet taken up the

employment of telegraph and telephone '

t "linemen," yet 22,500 of them are,oper- for infants 'an Children.

ators for these companies.

There are no women apprentices and The Rind You Have'Alvrays Bought has borne the sir: la.

PNEUMONIA helpers among the roofers and slaters. ture of Chas. II. Fletcher,and has been made under hU

yet two women are returned' engaged personal supervision for'tover 30 years. Allow no limp

It ;, in these employment to deceive you in this.Counterfeits, Imitations and

l There are 126 women plumbers, 45
I'I "Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger thu
I i plasterers, lOT brick and stone masons! health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
i 1 241 paper hangers, 1,750 painters and

.!: joiners.glaziers and 045 women carpenters. and The Kind You. Have AlwaysBouglit

\ There are 8 women steam boiler makers Bears the Signature of

-' ',' d'' 193 women blacksmiths 571 machinists
i r 3,370 women workers in iron

and steel 890 In brass and 1,775: women

working in tin.

Women have not yet invaded the .
ranks of the city fire departments; still 1I

not Il'ss.than 879 women are returned I In Use For Over' 30 Years.
in the same general class of "watch-
THt cn"T.ui> CO.N,". TT .u...y.Tmtr. mtm.0.. crrr
men, policemen and detectives.

It is not surprising{ treat there are no

ou women among the soldiers, sailors and -=

marines of the United States government -
yet there are l.:<3 women employed r ;' W. B. WnIGNT .GOIDPA Y

as "boatmen" and sailors. I \\\\i\\', 4 .
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I Social Snot-en. -L '

j When a woman has: the courage to = LUMBER

think for herself and to lx original nfn\ : ;. LATHS,

honest she possesses the Keynote to .
lJJJJ- :
G ./ V social Kin-cess. The first o n-utial to / j, SAWED CYPRE) S SHINGLEHlin.Drirllp( ,i!

social success is )personal iiiegnetism.:
That niuc'i coveted finality is to think =- PEN Acor.A. FLA.

Iud act for oneself. The next essentialIs . -
2ZrL.@LF to IK a good listener. A good listener =

absorbs all the best things she hears COAL AND WOOD.
and casts aside the worthless things

that would be of no use to her. To
absorb the best of everything around WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER, TRADE

F you Iud make the best of yourself is a THIS WINTER THAN EVEK PEFCRE

, quality that cannot be too highlyfcommeniled. I

, r Never copy or imitate any one else,

,however much you may admire them,
.. .ji. ; Thompson Olsen & Co.
! :!!."' for there I is where you lose yourself in ,

li '-'''- .. I..... another's )personality. Many women in Manresa Street

1 I' ., ,, reading a book that has created a stir Telephone. 147.
t In literary and other circles gush and
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1 rave alwtit It simply because it Is pop- ESTABLISHED, 1862.
ular. Would It not be much better to -

I,. f r'adll book intelligently and then if it McKENZIE OERTING
& CO.
does not Interest you or you do not likeit ,

haws the courage to say so, even It o DUUU nr- a
( you do differ with others?

Cured of Terrible Cough on Lungs Cured When Very Low With It is in just such small matters as Ship Chandlery and General Hardware

i N. Jackson, of Danville, Ill., writes: .. Pneumonia the above that a woman shows she has ,
d "My had the courage to think for herself and 803 AND DOS & PALAFOX 8THEKT.
daughter ( a severe attack of J. W. Bryan, of Lowder, 111., writes:
La Grippe and a terrible her have original opinions. She then becomes -
cough on
"My little boy was very low with pneu- AGENCY -
; interesting! and to he
i! lungs. Ue tried a great many remedies monia. Unknown to the doctor we gave to succeed socially. interestingis REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S BOM CO.'!!

i I She HONEY has never AND been TAR troubled which with cured a cough her. The doctor result, as was it Immediately magical and stopped puzzled the the I'or tlir llo.e... Sum IndiCt Pair!:. His, ItEtisi! InitriBicts, Chill, litlin, tHin) !

When a rather "difficult" is to
i since. racking cough and he quickly recovered." party COMPASS. LOGS KTU.
be entertained composed of )people) C. McKenzie
Oertinjj Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent AJUO
who are young;: stiff or not well acquainted elation.

it is a j:1)/II11'Ian for the hostess ,
to have ready some scheme to

I W. break the ice of formality at the start.If THE GARDEN SECTION
N A.D'ALEMHERTE, No. m S. Palafox Ht. j
f f {I cards or some other ;game is to be
r -- i played good fun can I lie Imd to begin; i to-OF-o

UNPLANTED CORN. l.xcr and ..h I't. with by a unique' method of choosing
d I i A bit of real lace: will often contribute partners.a tare way is by matching up iFensacola Florida,
It Inn u Habit cf (;. .11"- neaiy In preatly to the style of a frock, and characters of fiction. let each of tdlirls
-'I bl' ( '
;1. .h.llr"! riirfon !Nlrm of tlie Land ofThere
:: it is an excclluft plan to rip from the! II..r,,"11-"I-It..h 1,1. g draw a slip) on which the name of Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
"It boats all. said a r.ergon county garment l"fore they are thrown aside is some noted heroine of fiction! is written -
a :glamour; around P.agdad. a
1. farmer what curious tilings; we timl in any lace: trimming.; No matter how halo of tinired with as Trilby( Mary( Tudor, Becky
: mystery andsplendor.
nature that we can't explain. You kiu badly soiled. every scrap of lace is i t The lu.iuv of H.iroiin-al-Imip! Sharp lady I'.abbie, Lnrna Doone, etc. Beautiful Lots for Sale.
: KO over a lot of 'em, ami there's yet worth Ami this The men draw slips the
saving. applies to the Ka.-ehid and the bearing names
y one that you ('.III't till iie why it is.That's I Imitation as well as to the real, for It 1 it is known scene as widely of his as;iJnitines the- of the corresponding) heroes, as Little 40137feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord

I corn hlIiu' up in the spring.; there Is only sufficient to trim a stock Billie, Charles Ilrandon Rawdon Craw-
"You take lot of i i Thousand; and One Nights, but like ing to location and surroundings.
a corn. I don't care collar! It may be used for that purpose I I the h ley, flavin: Dislmrt ami John KU1J. Thecouples
if ItV wh ,l.:01'11 cracked Constantinople) capital of the cm-
. or corn or very conveniently and cfl'ecti\i'ly on : must then get together as the Good
I'irt'ill which i-i
stands it Neighborhood
'al. You !: glitters Beautiful View
rornun keep it in kind of ,
any world of
some future oeci.sion, and as lace does 'i has paired them andif
fnun the '!
| distance: the nearer' view dispelling
, J. Btor'lIoutll' summon granary: like not occupy a ;gnat deal of space: and ,! many a cherished ideal.! Still,- mistakes are made so much the more High, Dry Fertile Lands.
l we have on the farms, or the stone (II'Jft j is not with moths fun. With clever people the possibilities
so popular' as are !I'l'U amid the
brick buildin', like many of the gr and f''I'Il.I'al.'r have
$ it in.Cheu Save all the pieces of velvet t basis are endless. cffered in
Jft It conies corn plantin' time, that corn j the l'l'loltl'ntlillI'S across scenes Pensacola.
if they are not hopi-Uv! soiled
of '11 git Koon's I and incidents so odd as to make one
yours the
blades: Mart out of this ground thenyou'll always< remembering, however I Inline| It is yet the days uf lIa 1'11111I-- CONSTII'ATIOV. Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
of, have to hustle tosave your grain."Seems ; them thoroughly first and then that the sun of history has gone back Every civilized uses
to roll them around a cylinder. This soap
" 0 as when the time conies along; many degrees on the dial. Some thing* and water to wash'off the accumulation A.: -V.Clubbs
same treatment should be accorded to
y fur corn to be planted the corn in the cannot be compared) : with our institutions of dirt and filth from their body, .
ribbons, silks tr satins as well, for they cud others tau-Ihe but how
':i bags no matter what shape it's in, logins managementof many sufferers of constipation
\ to heat up and when the planted are worth keeping in ;good condition. the mail is one of the Litter. think about the accumulationof Corner Garden and Bru Streets.

r corn logins to grow what you're got There are two ways of sending! this filth within their body, which is

stored will Fit so hot it'll fairly smoke. SlIcUj te.. in Hag.lad-oiie the Tuikish, the other a hubdrt-d times more detrimentalto ". C. BRENT, W1t H KNOWL1I: : W. iC. UYER. JK., J. H, KEKBE.
Many children wake in the good health than the dirt on the '
up morning the President.
P.ritish. .
( You've got to take it Practically all letters going Vloe-Freildant Ctibier. An't Cu.bier,
i out of the bags; with their stuck outside. The waste matter of food
eyelids together.
I" and spread it out it'll cool I i iyou'll ; ; \\'.'st,0 by the Turkish system. P.y into
so off or I This passes the bowels; which are
lose It all. IUI few days it'll I they usually swk to remedy by a this there are two routes 011h camelsto the natural sewers! of the human

. o cool down ngain; and you won't haveno vigorous rubbing; \cry bad for theeyes Damascus, and thence to Bpirut.1'1"111'1' ystem. If here this waste i Ii ale First National Bank
and most disastrous to the
eyelashes. \ it is lowel
more trouble with it durin the (summer transported by steamer to i 11P.rindisi to accumulate the warmth ofi
no matter bow hot the weather The ('hiltll'hnulJ be taught to i. and afterward ,by rail; the i 'the body soon sets up fermentation

gits. It's jest when the planted corn gently bathe them open with warm boracio oilier by ennuis to Mosul and then by j acd decomposition, gasses are formed c

: starts; that's nil. lotion using scrap of wool or mules and rail to Constantinople. Let- which are carried into the blood Of PENSACOLA.I'LA.DJn.EOToa. .
\, "Curious rag, which must be burned afterward. t ers from Constantinople' take some j and circulatfd through the whole
? of
course It's curious or They should also be bathed last thing ystru, and diseue is the inevitable
tx\ehe :
I wouldn't speak of it. I might understand daj: s: not long;: ago the time i-ult. ..
ti rH
f how whole corn would act that at their night.; Never let children their hands)play with demo jumped to forty-Fix Mays! 1'11I1'1 I The best remedy for constipation WM. H. KNOWI.l B. W A. BLODNT, F. C. BRENT. 7t. K. HYKJi t
eyes press
o but when when the po!-toflicp ail l'ials were : i*
: way. it come to cracked com I because it moves D. G. BRENT,
against them in order to colors
to explain said! .
they the
and cornmeal then its too m-n-h fur : the bowels easily and naturally
4 1111'Id I'll bet "011II't j stars etc. The joy of seeing stars, comes partly by rail. Hence the cle- 1 l without irritation, griping or sickening.

iI'rsdf.-Xt'w'('('pt it'!' Jest nature. Mail tryin'and tell to Express.on why a xert it. .,.e to.; ,of i is tb'a limited eyeball one, likely:, while to the result flattening will a l.i.T railroad: This is to a take partly thjrt oriental'-fotr 1.1l'J-1: Ir to the. liver It gives and strength eventually Iud curts.tone ,I r rli( 1I ad' si a t t1I 1I!\ Enku. 1 3DUA! u gel I ,

I cause permanent trouble in after life. 1' than camels.When '"t I Bold by all druggists I, 3

\M', VriUna; Wood.Some I (;rnrrful Ur..... Oil'hl'lI your the mall letters: arriu-s come and depend up be I zrWe draw oar own Bills of Exchange; on Great Britain, /relt -

persons are of the opinion thattbt' Press reform principles are bound to any tine of the day. Perhaps may one of SEND YOUR ORDERS I Germany, France, Austria, Italy Holland, Spain, Beljrlom Rnsbla, lI
writing was upon thin pieces assert; themselves from time to time Bwedan, Denmark and other
the i.u"t comical parts of the !'f'r\'i1' way European conr ries.Dlabareed .
of wood. From their convenience this: but the unsightly outfits! 'eu lady in is 1 the I I |to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or I
fact that
the carrier .
cannot road.At
;t $ teems proliaMe. Such boards were used Cermany: resulted in the arrest of the the office he N told what:houses I 1: electrical work. Repair work a Weasels upon \h",. MOB Favorable Term! and theJ!

t nt an early period by the Creeks arid wearers. The agitators must needs to hate letters. Then he slings his lug are 1!specialty., .- -._. i ii Obligations after Vessel Taken Attires Payable theta.tV a' Port of esuratlon Ten or Fifteen Da,1
Romans, and were frequently coveredwith obtain the services of an artist and his 111I1'I i I
over shoulder nud trots off, NOT1CK.
was which was of course more even at that the beautiful II |
maynot ping from side to side of the concavitythat I Safety Deposit Bozee for Rent
h; easily written upon than the bare always lie achieved in heavier I I have- been authorized to takes in Oonneotioc
) materials ; is gutter and street: and I subscriptions for Wm. with which we have a Prl....
wood. Where was was used I'rrot'l're for it is only in the !soft clingIng wends his JenningsBryan's part men t for the VII
; readily erased tortuous way through; thecity paper "The Commoner. of Renten.
by rubbing with the fabric of
; evening dress that
natural till he arrives at a house for which The price is $1.00 per year ih ad
blunt end of the
piece of metal which Is ..
grace )possible. To disguise
I a he has mail. Upon entering he un lings I'I vance. Those desiring the paPer I
served for a i 11l'11. To make the writing good figure and make a bad I have
one worse his hag, ripens It and pours the contents can it sent to them by seeding DR. KING'S PROFESSIONAL
more visible it appears that some black is "about all that is ever achieved by on the 11x,7, at the tame time telling I I II.CO to the undersigned. CARDS.
substance was smeared over the the dress; reformers.An .
surface U. M. ROCHE.
you to pick out such letters i TRY NEW
of the white wax and remained to you. There is a charming naivete; II Care Dally News. W. C. ROWE. M. D.
the scratched .
marks. Obmlty ('ort' '
and ingenuousness! THAT COLD.
about the whole
It is claimed by knowing ones that anew C1 8 I'f> RIS.. Office: 17X 8. PalafoLHoare
proceeding which
strikes the westerner TAKE NO
l>'"'ht'. Witch Hazel Salve obesity cure which makes the patient as irresistibly ('ornic'hOu Bean The KlUl VCI! Haffl\ Alffays BiEZH SUBSTITUTE. I from 8 to 0:110 a. m. and 1 to I p. nand

The oDly positive cure for blind do her own massaging has been hare taken out your share:, the remainder you- \'n& thet'L // Cures ConsumptionCoughs after 7 o'clock
bleed in and very successful.; The hips are rubbed ? itching aid is Bronchitis Asthma
protrud bundled
back, and of! he !
to ,
goes ,
__ Ilaono 00.I .
Jug I ----- -- _.
pile cuts burn* own'lgor'ouly; with oth hands h
bruises eczelua stopping the nest house* New York Post I -- -- PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
and al abrasion* 'f the skit t. for fifteen minutes. This stirs up i
PeWitt's i* the only Witch H z'l 1 1I the circulation and reduces the hip;;. It Comparison-. Ire 0<]Inn' J. N. ANDREWS, I risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, JOHN S. BEARD
I &lyp that is nnde from the I I Ii I
purnuedu.teretso e. is! a simple treatment iu
witch hllzpl-all nth comparison to Perkins. Jr.-Why don't ye buy that : 1 Sore Throat Croup andVhooping ,. '
era fount'-rfeit*. D \Witt's Witch the Usual gyma.istics pres rl,od. bone of Seth's. pop? lie's got a fine I J* Headquarters for ..* Coush. I ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.

Hazel Salve] i< made to cure-conn- jiedigree.Perkins. :i I OrBcpf+-309 Thiesen halldin?.

rfi-it8 are made tpell.. ludgin's; file Best far 5c. Sr.-Pedigree! The questionis SEWING\ MACHINES.REAL NO CURE. HO PAY. Office Hoars-8:30 a. m. to 1 m
R Ph rtna-y, John Sheppard, i wuth anj'tbinny., ooy.1 Price 50c. and $I.:.TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I[ p.
Kihn. them sassjety folks what herein |I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30: p. m.
comes RENTAL 1 will
HIlr..r''j ESTATE AND repair waicaee
AGENT your
Try Gunther's Candies 8 t the summer has .uu Practice io an stets and federal coort!,
Only lOc week for in first-class II
the jewelry
par .
pl'llirl't's-nrOOk'l i style. J. 1 I tAll botlD entrusted to roe will merely*
Solomon's. Ijn Life. 13 South Palatal Street. Stephens. j I prompt and diligent attentlou.Jio.r'IL' .

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,, rlentr of .Talent YEARS
'fbl'rf' >a" ..I aa'". Ant\ BACK

u f rather Chidwick's concrs -
"aluar'l the crulbtr New York" Just within her grasp lIre and Mrs. Adam Livingood, of Bverson Pa., who have been married 65 years, Duffy's .-
is safety-but she say Pure Mal
f.J a naval man yesterday, "remindsT ,'e' 'does not see it ; she tCorsTight, 1302: ; by O. B. \Varner.lIn Whiskey has prolonged their happy union many years beyond their golden wedding.

of tin1 fact that very few people ..' is looking the wrong the old mining days in Nevada I

f! what hid-!,'n talent there is In the ; way. There's'' many had while working at Crow Valley a Mr. Livingood Is 91 years old and his;

J: M on Ixiard our naval a woman struggling tentmate and partner named John wife is S4. They are both hale anJ hearty .
;Ly f in a sea of disease and feel vigorous as a couple 5u years of
'll'le Imagine: that the Uriggh. He was an honest, intelligent .
,tc.:4l.! Many ( .- who is doing the age.
rwa sailor ""> diff up any musicL : same thing man, and our friendship was a strong ,.-i' Reading, Pa.. Feb. 13, 1902.
** !\ 'half tanked' in a "'-i, One June ,.: DCFFT MALT WHISKEY CO.,
r" Len he i il about .. ., looking on"- day Griggs was killed Rochester X. V.

;'!'I': iirr: "i>uta'le! saloon and Is perul /' 0 TMwrong"' way- by a premature blast. He was dead Gentlemen-I take great pleasure in E

1L tl play a broken down wheezy .e-p. :: _:;.- : snatching at before any one reached him, but we li writing to you telling the benefit I am deriving -
medicinalstraws from the use of Duffy's Pure Malt
of the private parlors.n..tML
il: OIe .could see how his death had been iI
I :. { when the : Whiskey. I have been taking it in small .
-* -::::- life buoy, Dr. brought about quantities every morning and evening for -

"x\v, take the New York for Inr. __ j ;;: Pierce's Favorite l'rescrip- Four weeks after the accident and a number of years. I am 01 years old and

In addition to the regular oni ; ;_ __ tion is within her reach. in excellent health, good appetite and am
aboard who there as I funeral the men who were working a doing all my own farm workI know jour
0.1,. ,' are ;:: Many a woman has J
.' "j'i .UTS there can be found men fied : I know I testi-I claim at the edge of the hill on which and Whiskey is giving me renewed strength ,
.1 j j prolonging my life. I feel as well todayastenyearsagoandhreeuajj
; .. play: almost any musical ap- not be alive to-day but for Dr. Gri}:g grave had been dug accidentally i I'
,IT heard of. Yes, we have I Favorite Prescription." This famous I ,exploded several' pounds of pow ."' will yet pass the century mark. I would
medicine establishes regularity: dries I' earmslly recomaienl it to all old people.It .
who can play one of your der. Nu was hurt but of
iu one a portion
weakening drains heals inflammationand was recommended to me, and has proven -
-.' as you cull it. Hut leaving ulceration. and cures female weak- the hill was torn away and the coffin \k : 'f6 a Mossing. .My wife id M years old and

.!" for a moment, the best 'I unearthed and i'hatten''lI wegathered : : ; never fails to take a dose of thi3 Wbi key ,
i'al iiis-truinent aboard Is ness.Weak and sick those oa retiring She is also in perfect health. 4' .
u women,especially around it, we found it empty.It AD\M LIVI.VGUOU.Kherson. .
: What's that? suffering from diseases of standing *y :-
tar piano. long ,
I believe! LIVIXGOOD 91 old. Chester 1'a.
was on the Sth of June years County
is one of the homeliest little are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, HRS. ADAM UVIXGOOD. 84 years old.DUFFY'S .

Vi Known of unless' it happens I free. All correspondence is held as that we burled Crlb s. On the nightof I ,i-,

J.,iin mnde In on14Yankloe I strictly private sacredly confidential. July 1(5, close upon midnight I suddenly i' PURE MALT

ie dyes are plentiful. I refer i Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, BufLo, X. V. ) woke from a sound sleep. I'' WHISKEY

nlion. Almost] every man inan i 'I take pleasure in writing to let you know was alone in the tent and as it was a
the KT :>good I receivtd from your 'Favorite IS THE TRUE ELIXIR 4
play one of these in tru- I Prescription' and your Pleasant Pellet1 sa\s i warm night the fly at the dour was OF LIFE.

that lIrura Caddie, of Rio. Hart Co.. Ky. "I tied back. This permitted' the full
: a I I can uure you took seven or fight bottles of' Favorite Prevrijclull It has rroVr-'od raanv thou=in1 lives as solutely
-. Home and 'We \\ {IIfti1I and twoials of the 'Pellet.1 talent to light up the interior as bright -- -.. pure stimulant and tonic. It has:
>('t one or it has Mr. aril Mrs. -
:: I I Livlinoo'l. an millions of
people thdpast
Think I would have been in my grave had it I a.s day. I lay tin my side facing out
kl'llill; sound jut ast not been for your medicines. It has been about I Is To othrr mffJicipc in the worM which fifty ears who hare used it as their
it as they would sound to |jnr luonths MUcx I took the medicine. I wal J and flu Frst: ohjl.t.t! Ill) cyis listed u;>- \vill kopp( tic system in normal condition, only medicine.

'i' if pliu-d: on a church (.rfl I Iall I run down. hitvt las of apjK-ttte, could not o.) ,.. ilSI'l' f.ihiiliur t,iriu of John I prevent the a-cay of the tissues strengthen f"antnn.-.1t..n you n'W for Duff?'*
s.eep at night was rervouv had backache alt (;ngj; ; lie sat on a box reidii".j out' I the heart action1 and Pure Mull Wtikp> lie MUFF > i>u net
\ i !liriii::; tears if pl.i.\etl rij'hto ? hljik >fx>ta on my limtis. and sick headache enrich the blood tinciMiniiip.. I imi-riipilloiiH llralrra. I IVhi..ke5
tli'itik minute and then tii* tin.e. I li.ive'uot had bick headache Mace I of his l.ooLs and for a IIOUlo',1 1 tu1'-! n:!' Duffy's Pure Malt \Vhiskey. It is an Hi i nil fill of HK fK-ellriiff of thin
.\ \ a lot; your llu: ldue." I I >r Hrnti.. ., ..
i < ,.qt l ti. "lilt. i <-ll nn
>.trjv. ""1''' Ftimrlint and tonic. free ..,>q.ft,> ImitiHlono. anti xo-rnllril Malt>
Sum for the Favorite Prescription" makes weak : \ drt'Siil in his \\oiUiu;, .1..1 ... '-. ason I from fus,l oil anti 0'1\1'1' (lanffcroiji Insrcflifp's \ K..l...ltln I J.' V 1"w\.lavs women sick women well. 1'0 romr-nn in most whistdos.! It \ on Hie mnrkct for ,J.
I strong, Acceptno I I pro 111 only, nndillicit
: the day he was killed! ai.d the h ;..1 *.
i cryiuK. Cut that idea out of substitute for the medicine which rllr"S rrin: con urn"!I on. ,.ron('hi t i 5. catarrh -- 21 fit r from. rrlirtini; the kick !
'I which held the bunk had one lii'-.T n ro |M'..iliirlt harmful. Demand
works wonders for weak women. asthma, irnlirii and all l<'w fovers .
t'll'illc'rs-thf'l'e: is where the Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure dizziness i wrapped up in n lag, just as I h..i! I I flvspppsia: it invi!!nrites the brim. It l" th* 0111)nnd' al 1pulre)..nlneljpure you get it.mnlthlUe It ISICKROOM
( hs: deaih makes the oM vonni: Icoeps the vu"sr .. nliirli
M.a !shines lie CUR1U auyi i and sick headache. \\rjpped it three dajs before > oonlnlns medlrinul ,
strong. Po not fill your body full of lienltli-crit (I IIIl II 1It'... Look for '
heal inflicted.
i e\erything in any old Kind of \ to a cut an.Mdont.illy I drugs and medicinesihich poison the system. the Iniilc-ninrk. "The Old (rheinlM. fll"
: : suits those that are listen- I ThetI.Iae Art or "'ar.I I repeat that it was a full m.miU'; before I \ on the Inhel. It is the only whiikryrernunired I '

"h.z I it He doesn't sing the old songs! I A novel method of testing now weapons it flashed upon me that ( :Inggs; I It is absolutely pure and! contain nofnscl iiiedirlne. TliN by the I. a fioiernment Kuarnntee. a TbeKennlne a .l.."

-H I. :Ii. Ho:' and 'Buckets of moot," of warfare is now In vogue In Chi was a dead man and then 1 uttered ayell I nil. It Is preserihid tiv over 7000) U nolil lij- nil rellalile ,IrugI t .
: ; na. A large cannon of the latest typo which aroused half the camp and I doctors and used exclusively in over 2.0(10( sri"'t. nnd (irocern or direct *1.t(1 a vJ.
.5 now adfipteil the popular airs itoille.I .
; t hospitaH! It is the onlv reliable and ab-
(! i'I"i- day and the poor ones are drop- was recently Imported from Luropp rolled off my bunk and rushed out I Valuable medical booklet rnntainins! symptom! and treatment of diseases and convincing testimonials sent free to any ..i
ji-d "i"t as quickly in the navy as they and when it was landed on the coast of doors. In three or four minutes 1 had reader of this paper who will write. Duffy Malt Whiskey Company of Rochester X. T. \ rt;
I : .
an' on shore. Although the navy boys Hainan the military mandarins of the thirty men around me making inquiries 1Z

not whistlers for district first inspected It closely nnd but I was so upset that I could only ...... ,"
in ni-vrs;, they are .
then resolved to test It.
to tent and
trt.I Ailing; ie strictly tabooed on a man- point the whisper Criggs'name. PHILOSOPHY.Never .
They therefore procured a boat The crowd moved forward and
with of the
it war. exception
"-.'..UI1"They whistle-that's what which they anchored at some distance investigated. The man I saw had disappeared confine a patient to one room VAN PELT BROTHERS

tin-r are paid for."-Honolulu Comrner- from the land and then they loaded the and I was unmercifully guyedfor if you can obtain the use of two. ,

::..l cannon and tired a shot at It. To their having an attack of nightmaie. Never play the piano to a sick person GARDEN STREET GROCERS

surprise! the shot did not hit the boat, A month later as soon as I could Co If you can play on strings or sing. ,

Till: BIT LAXYIIVKIs but fell short in the water. They determined so without exciting ridicule. I left the Never stand and fidget when a sick Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of

to try again:; but did not want to diggings; and went toliald] Enh'; Gulch, person is talking to you. Sit down.

t ,wels not aretlusrgish.too good! i for THKUEST you if LAX-your fuss! a second time and so they brought fifty miles away. There wire about Never complain that you cannot geta STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES

the boat to the ery spot where the seventy wen on the ground and I wasa ,
vr':E is a medicine that moves the feedhiR; cup if there is a teapot to be
tint shot bad fallen and anchored it to all. I staked out a claim
botrt-U easily and naturally with- stranger had instead.
Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacadcs of the Season.
thw. and resident ,
> it irritation griping or sickening lint up my tent was &uou a Never read fast to a sick person.
\Tr,'. .\ medicine that strengthens Then they fired, awl to their unbounded of the gulch. One night about i Our Goods and
The way to make a story seem shortis are Arriving Daily you can Always Rely on Getting the
i::neles of the bowels and tones! joy th> shot went clean\ the middle of September, having goneto

': ".. HI) to a point where they will through the vessel. 1'vidently it never lied curlier than u-ual on account of to tell it slowly. Best, Freshest and Cheapest.
the work as nature intended i Never judge the condition of yourpationt
rfm omirred to them that they could have not feeling well I was aroused at exactly -

wit': it any assistance.Siu attained the same end by aiming more half an hour after midnight: by from his appearance during a VAN PELT BROTHERS
">. a medicine I is HEPATICU- conversation. See how he looks an
r \ I' mbraces all the above good carefully and slightly changing the position saints one speaking Ill)' name. I say hour aft rward. f

i/alt -b-lJfs( not having a bad of the cannon or. If it did occur that I heard a voice call me by name Never put a hot water bottle next to TELEPHONE NO. 23J. ..< ..IC.J* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. .
..t.- : .. ..-r bitter nor sickening to them they thought) that it was easierto but I can't offer you any proof. The (t

w.- : -..:. .J i by all druggists. move the boat than to so aim with instant I opened my eyes I saw John the skin. Its efficiency and tbe pa- I

the heavy cannon that they: would be Griggs.: I raw him just as plainly as I tient's safety are both enhanced Ly...

T": t'0'\\ .. Want Column. absolutely certain of not losing a second ever saw p. living human being but surrounding the bottle with flannel. OHUROHNOTIOES. .ers the O.'PXtX.1L.lie Kid VII I1ae Aisays 3i I
Never allow the patient to take the
shot. only for a few seconds. Then he faded ;
himself. :Many patients Egnsttre /J # _'
away and was gone, anti though terribly temperature +
Large Artificial Ruble rattled I had not cried out. are more knowing than nurses where' THE NEWS would request that the .

t LODGE DIRECTORYK At a recent meeting of the Academyof After a few minutes when 1 got there is a question of temperature. clergy or thoe having in charge the, - --- -

Sciences in Paris there was present- some of my nerve back I rose and publication of church service noticesfor

(.d a paper by A. Verneuil describing dressed and walked out. There was alight Sunday will send them to this AUNGH
PYTHIAS. his success in making artificial rubles I in the tent next to mine on the office 9 o'clock -Jl
Mrs. Nuritch-Mrs.: Ketterdaze told by Saturday morning
weighing from 12 to 13: carats each by dark. I
but all the others
1'I'II.acnla l.cxtlf', No. 3, K. of P a now process of fusing aluminium. right walked down to the creek were, thirty rods mo she was going to send her boy to in order to insure their insertion ,:'. {;-. 2-.% ...FOK... l i

.. the close of the you for a Job. in the proper position in the
m i-ts evury Monday evening Each ruby at process and had just reached It when
at 7:10: at Cattle all, away Mr. Xuritch-Yes, she sent tim, and I
half =
splits in two forming spheres, paper.
J : In the Bloant .. WatBouhalMiog there came a sudden flash and a ter-
turned him down You'd oughter --- --
r. \ third oor. which can be worked by lapidaries like rifle report and 1 thought; the whole proper. CHARTERThe
.- Visiting brethren cordially natural stones. The color is fine and seen the high handed letter she sent
diggings had been blown, skyward. It STEAMER CAPTAIN
ti: welooraed! FRITZ
,1 with him; said she sent him to me because
have been
J.A.LYLE, lapidaries to they was a powder explosion iu the tent Elegantly Equipped
HORSLER C. these artificial he "must have work of some THOS. CONDOX, Captain,
'g submitted that gems
C'j say next to mine. Six tents were swept
K. K.4 8.
kind even if he had to work for a mere Naptha Launch
hardness and take the CUPID
have the same away by that terrific blast, and four will make regular trips between ,
same polish as natural rubies. Unfortunately men were killed and six others more pittance. The nerve of her cailin me Pensacola, Point Washington and with
Parlor Car
IIIIlIon I.uilge No, 13 names like that!-Philadelphia Tress. Fittings :
or, as some may perhaps or less Injured. Of the two men in the Freeport. Leave Haylen street ,

11',,.'t. "l\ It'.\T'.: ,TTI-Jiiy r i'nlnfox evening and lit 7 Harden:*', at think, foituuately, many of the stones tent with the i-owder we found only wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive for a trip on the bay or fora

.\ Invited.J. I i at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day.
-I. i I.- Knightscordmlly thus made, especially when of large fragments.It A Weak Stomach
ALBERT JOHNSON', Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. crlti. e.Accommodations.
,\'i size: have internal discolorations and is: firm belief that John Grigg3Appeared .. ::
: > : i C C my I causes a weak body and invites dis 'and arrive at Pen acola 6 p. m. same
ft ,: It..t K. bubbles. nut)1. Verneuil thinks further that night to warn me of the I
I ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures I day. Fare, round one way, for 40
experimentation will enable him danger which menaced. You will smile ?3. 12nlm passengers.

i.itMiiin hoIe, :No. 30. K. of 1* to avoid these defects.A in pity and c"UtI'l1Illt'I'll though at and strengthens th& stomach, and :

'' .'i '.1 irsdn'-ovonin? Bt":: l. I midnight tonight the mysterious tapping wards oil and overcomes disease. J. Rates very reasonable.

.It. I.t\Y.K.urK"IH.ItS, ,t LP') \I.I.lS.. C. C. Famine Iu I'lnland. I I of a "death tick" in the wainscot- B. Taylor a prominent merchant of Landing-Pine street. YCAPTUSTEARNS

To the political troubles from which !Inl will shake your nerve and give Chrie'm, Tex.,says : "I could not Tk G ta I Co

I. O. O. F. the unhappy people of 1'iuland are suffering 'I joti unpleasant thoughts. eat because of a weak stomach. I ,

; in the loss of their ancient liberties You remember the awful railroad dis- lost all strength and run down in Master. .; :

IVii., No. 4 is added n new calamity! iu a famIne astir Ashtabula, O.? 1 should hare weight. All that money could do INSURANCEREAL '-- -- '
tcolaifxSfi f'
'. "- -vlnurmUy evening at 7:3n at resulting from crop failure In the been a passenger' on that train but for was done, but all hope of recovery .
... 1 .. nortlurn of the Thousands in the vanished. Hearing of some wonderful
i s Wet Intendencla street part country. a singular occurrence. I sat AND
,.hren cordially ln\ itrfil.J.E.LO.NG.N.G.. cures effected by use of Kodol I 'i'f
of families are reported suffering depot only a few mills from A&htabu-
< concluded to try it. The first bottle
I. WI ..SH,Secretary.AMERICAN. from starvation and its attendant diseases. la. my trunk checked and ticket benefited me, and after taking four ESTATE,

The distress has not been '''Iual-I bought wailing for that train to come I bottles I am fully restored to my No. South Palafox Street. }

GUILD. ed since the great famine of ISlk, I along. There were eight or ten of us : usual strength, weighth and health."

lUUIIIIl'rsOlls( perished.Onr in the waiting rooin. Opposite me on Harris Pharmacy, John !Sheppard, NiCK'STA&NT t.T t.I

IVnsacola Chapter No. COT. the oilier side of the room were two !Sidney Kahn. Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor t.j

Coal !'uppl,. women and a man. The women were
E I\W'F.K. 1'. LlSD S!'TBrTH. Rent in Various Partsof l
;j: .'a IRry. Uovernor.I T. K. Adams a mine; inspector of conversing and the man was reading a You want a good piano tuner to t

Mercer' county Pa.. says that the last" newspaper. From his general appearance stay in Pensacola, still'you hold the City : ( .

lump of coal \\ ill be mined in the United 1 took him for a commercial tray- back your order. Keud It in. I have I35.00-2lj-story bouse, containing 12 room8.
K. OF L. ail modern conveniences bath i
States in the year 2u; lie said eler. One reason why I came to look had 20 years' experience and have upper and lower floors, corner lot on, i

there is about enough cOllln the United the man over was because I happenedto worked in several factories. nice yard and shrubbery stable outhouses .
I 'H'alt.loelUhlr! No. 1505. piano etc., So. 714 East LaKua .t
States to last "Oo years nt the present notice that he had lost two lingers street.
M. Orders left at Johnson's book store
r.t Monday In'each month.W. rate of consumption points out from! his left hand. They were the second $.J5.0>-S-6tory boarding house containing -
P.ll.TlIARP.JlCCONSKLL. will be attended to.CHAS.. 25
rooms, known as tile Ponce de
\' '! M. W. that the demand doubles every sixteen and third fingers and I wonderedhow Leon house, No. JIll East lotendencla -
secretary. continuedthe could have injured them without W. PBESSLEY. street.
years, and sliould the ratio be he DAILY MENUS
$:_). within the either the fore or the lItUe
will be injuring
coal : CHICHESTER EGLl5NE11YROAL 7 rooms, most desirable section ot the

next loO years. finger. II PILLS city line.on:"o.corner 6:1 North on Barcelona the street Comprise all the Up-to-

The The train was due in seven minutes, 'J ()rbiiDI and On!* I.ran Inc. *: )-Large 2-story dwelling lo rooms, Date Dishes the Mar
Beer Modern IlooLy. as 1 saw by glanciu; ? at the clock "SAFI... .a..t. e. I Null-... i,nirr* fronting: Sevillefijuare. >o. 31) East ;
on {:4g Mr ( JIH HKNTKK'KX.MMI kets of the World
Hooks! are nowadays manufactured when the stranger; with the newspaper at')1 I.. KJl "il t...l
authors and puWNht-rs), advertised suddenly vanished and in his place, : l..gtron4' itia*"' nfl.'ub.tituuo t Sit KO: h.i knots IsOt.. dwelling rooms,very durable section Affopd. '.
That Made byl.oth his r I i:1y it..,.. It '17 or j.ur [". = marketed and generally "handled" his hands empty and resting! on um t ft'urliiaur) .( Trut'nonlKlinj BayleD between Strong and beSoto --- 1.

exactly ns are breakfast foods, knees sat John Griggs.; ;; lie was looking -V:" t r I turn"ICrlUrfoF Stail. I.....I.sdln...u r,....Mra.....lit.n..*!* by old, streets.t.S.W2story.

soaps and patent medicines! and the full at me, and for a few seconds I ..-I .111'-uzc .. '" 4 .(.V. : s rooms dwelling, three doors In good front order the with belt I Ladies' Private

H lmR r AM UI "dignity of literature" has become an had no more doubt that be was alive line. has gas and water throughout '
Notto MEN AND WOMEN. No 21u North Barcelona street.
Rochester than I have of my own identity. ,
and meaningless phrase.- -
empty 4 flelligGforunflstur&lI. $ IJ.OO-1-storydwellIng7 rooms, city water Dining Parlor.
strengthen my case but to add to I rEES bath gas with large corner lot. 'o.41r2 .
emocrat _ I ii I di ch rK ,infl nini&tiotn
the mystery a bit further, I will relate Ogssne.d irritation or ulcerations West V/rlght street.
N.IIOUniCtU5. of maconi njeaibranefl.Pamleei 115.' 1-story dwelling. II rooms, newly papered ___ t
Blue Island Ill., Jan. H, 1901. that as I sat there looking at my old and not utrmiTHEEVMSCHEMIUlCO. and painted throughout on
VICTORIA partner who had been buried ;years 5 gent or poiwnoDi. belt line. No. 80 1\1\ EaU Gregory street. ,
Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used CINCINNAI1O Sold b7 Dr.tstS. |15.-l-t>tory dwelling,city water and bath, Regular Dinner Daily.
both turned in a startied
MADE i\\ ACME BREWING co. before women C..I. or Knt in plain wrapper, 7 rooms half hlock of ground with
your Cream Balm in my family for way and then moved along a little. bf MpreM prepaid forSI beautiful Shade trees, No. 7W east
l-l'sr: 00. or 3 bottlei 12.73. Cervantes street.
10-CKXT BOTTLE BEER nine years and it has become my You will say that in this case as in Circular KJD on request.SHERIFF'S .. 12.50-1-story dwelling >'o 415 East Gregory -

IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. family doctor for colds in the bead.I all others I did not see what I beHeve street,5 rooms newly papered and Short Orders Promptly
SALE. I painted.
: uae it freely on my children. It is t saw. I bar no proofs to offer that IJid sn.OO-. 0.614 East Belmont street, 6-room Filled. Night or Day. rt
BROS tQ offer that I did By virtue of an execution issued out of I cottage, city water, newly painted
have none
a Godsend to children. ; you the circuit court of Escambla county. i In perfect order. -
A.ENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED not I sat right there with my eyes; Florida wherein M. t'. Gonzalez U plaintiff 10.500.1011 North Alcanlz strhet. a new J
Yours respectfully Griggs while the train thundered and K M Avry i* defendant. I have levied house la good order with 5 rooms. If It', Something Good to Eat ;j
fixed upon upon the property of the said R. M. Avery you wUh. you'll
J. Kl.MBALL. 110.00-No. eel East Belmont street city find it at
f, Harper 1iiscy. up. took on the other passengersand and will sell at public outcry for cash In water a neat 5 room cottage newly )
Messrs. Ely Bros :-I suffered rent of the county court house In the city .
to meet a terrible painted and renovated throughout.
went its way the first
Florida on Monday Nick
of frosacola, Apostle'sPopular
greatly with catarrh and tried dif fate. When the rumble of the trucks tbe 2nd day of March. ltd, at the usual $ U.OO--No.IIIO papered East 4-room LaKua cottage street In gooa a neatly condition

'am ferent remedies without effect. After died in the distance John Griggs hour of tale the following described prop- large lot. city water.A .
Hou e-401 8. Palafox street. away erty.tO-Wlt: "" large list of smaller dwellings as wellas RestaurantMWMM4'f
It R. usine one bottle of your Cream faded out of existence as a June fog The< east SIf'l't of the west 72 feet of Ar- a number of stores and offices FOtt hEN?. .
F.xchange-Opp. Union lot 9*. Old City of Pensacola, said par
Depot.P and pent
Balm I found relief and I cannot vanishes before the summer sun, Chase street between Baylen
cel lyin on THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
0. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. praise too hhthly such a remedy. 1 was all alone in the room. and Spring streets.
Miss CORA WILLARD GEO. E. SMITH. Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance
Phones 116-268. f3oawlw Sheriff. Agents, 1 South: Palafox Street.
Albany, N. Y.



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i CALLED ON TRUE STORYOFMBBERY> Pills act Directly on Strongest-in the World.

liver; cure constipation

THE PRESIDENT biliousness, sick-head The Equitable
taMnd a'the Poit Office *( Penaaeola
: ,f._t,MIIODd-eI..lIlaUer. ache, indigestion. LowtU.JUM.WARRINGTON .

OmCC :-PUf Building, 21134 South Itife Assurance

T.rm.: Invariably in Advance' Ambitious people must always be disappointed

.1'..:by.M&U.. _____$800 OTHER CONFERENCE. FORE THE PUBUC. I, people.-"Fame For a Wom
..ilfontbi ___ t 609MW
"_,b,.Carrier Payable Monday 10UrtHlting Warrington, Feb. 10.-A fair and an." Preliminary Statement, Jan. I, 1903.
dance was given yesterday afternoonand Tbe best kind of courage often comes
Hotel Furnished on Application At 9:30 o'clock this morning the The robbery of R. I. Seaberry, reported evening in the Odd Fellows'Hall from a full stomach.-"Captain Mack- Outstanding Assurance, $l,290OuoQu0

TELEPHONE NO. III.PEJ8AOOLA committee of four from the Street yesterday, turned out to be by the young ladles of St. Joseph's lin." Income .............. ... 63,000,090
, Railway Employes Association called different from the statement then church. I;the afternoon it was a'- Love Is like honey-It must be taken :
tended by the children and their by sips. One must not swim in it- New Assurance ........ 275.00rt,0ioAssets )
on President Northup of the made, appearing, as it did, was a "The Pharaoh and the Priest." *
<.UNION LABEt .) parents. At 8 PI m. dancing com ................ ... 300,000,000)
Terminal company and for an houror great injustice to Mr. Seaberry. The menced and was\ kept up until about The man who is weakened In well
doine hy the ingratitude of others ia Assurance Fund and
is follows .
more held a conference behind true story as : 1:30 A. m. A large crowd was present
serving God on a salary basis. "The
FEB 10, 1903 closed doors. The agreement as pre. Mr.Seaberry returned to his board- and all passed an enjoyable I Power of Truth." all other liabilities... 285.0iOOiO(

a- --- ----- viously submitted was the main ing place about 10:30 Saturday night evening. Music was furnished by Nine times out ot ton a woman falls Surplus .... ...... ... ... To.OOO.OCO;

CBCM'S chances for confirmation subject discussed and it is said thatagreatdeal and was amazed to find that during the navy yard band. through love, and she must be reached The largest increase ever made in any year

sro crumbling. of his absence bis trunk had been Among those present were: Misses by love if she is to be restored.-"Down In the history of the Society.
encouragement was
Smallwood, Misses Wheat, Misses In Water Street."

WITH Mr. Rockefeller its a case held out by the company. broken open, and later search Nunez, Misses Jones, Misses Chilis- Don't call yourself a friend and be ; JAMES W. ALEXANDER, President

of Insufficient consumption. The executive committee held a brought out the fact that $37 had ton, Misses Teichman, Miss Carroll, thinking all the time what the other JAMES H. HYDE, VicePresident.OOWLES .

IT seems that Mexico also has a I meeting, at 7:30 last night and made been extracted. Failing to find bis Miss Burkhardt, Miss Pearl, Misses -"Aunt side of the.\l1l1y'seighbors friendship can."do for you. I

claim against Venezeula. And stillthere's arrangements fcrr this morning's cash he reported the matter to the Gould, Miss Hanlon, Miss Simpson, Philosophy is
primarily a matter of
Miss Buell, Mrs. Foreman, Mrs.
more to follow. conference with the president. This police station. This was about 11 p. Kelly and Mrs. Ainsworth, Messrs. food: secondarily a matter of clothes; BROS.,
it does not concern the Lead at all-
WALTER GBAHAM h making the meeting was also held for the pur. m. Katurday. J. D. Foreman, A. Burkhardt, G. W. "Two Thousand Miles on an Automo General Agents.

DeSoto County News at Arcadia the pose of considering the company's Searching on Sunday for the Million, A. Hoffman, W. Eppel, W. Lie! 309 B. Palafox St., PENSACOLA.

best country weekly in the state. answer as returned Saturday. money, he obtained a clue that the J. Huggard, G' B. Hendry, J. Laird, Half tie trouble! of this troubled I _
--- -- R. Laird, J. Wheat, T. 8, Caulbaum, world conies from the fact that. for
THE anti-trust bill went throughthe President Northup has stated that young man Roberts and the Greek !
McGivern, A. Dobson, W. Beatty, one reason or another women are notable WHY NOT THE BEST ?
house at a lively gait when at he did not apprehend any difficulty Gleeker, knew a lot about it. Mr. A. Teichman, J. K.lly- and several to look up to the men with whom I

last it got a clear track and voting be- ia reaching an agreement with the Beaberry then enlisted the aid of others.It they have di>aIiu s.-"The Vultures." I
Evtry amendment was promptly { !
gan. men; lie said they are giving emi additional detectives and by press is found that upon the completion TflE MERGRTSTII1NSFER
voted dowu. Tbe vote for tbe A Couple of Inscription!
satisfaction that what Roberts found the with of the census of Warrington the
nent ; theyask ing money
.till>> was practically unanimous. "I was in New York one day and :
is not unreasonable; they they the Greek and the arrest of Roberts population is 1,423 persons. took a trip down to Coney Inland." GO.
THE city council of Tampa has again The Accomac i is bring
yard tug id the
I ; MI agent of a Pitt&hurj nail
are faithful and he believed the company followed. He was bound over to the
refused to reinstate the I overhauled and painted, after milL "1 had heard of the slick fellows I.I
firemen who struck. They have also -. would concede whit they ask- county authorities yesterday, but a which she will be put in service for down there and
; adopted a plan for puttiug the fire ed when everything was understood.The humane feeling on the part of the yard towing. T. S. C. V>me and carried a dummy across 'I the L. & N. Depot and Post O1ice.
civil basia. --- lich! I pasted a slip of i and alto the
I department on a service conference concluded at 11 temporary loser will stay further paper bearing exclusive baggage privi.
:All firemen in Tampa must stand an lUysieriuula ClreumSI ance. the words, 'Look inside for a fool.' l' lege on all trains entering the city,
examination as to their fitness for o'clock without the employes having prosecution and Roberts has been One was pale and sallow: and the hadn't pot the salt taste of the ocean : we are prepared to transfer; bisgage: !

the position. attained the desired end. An- allowed to go free; not however, other fresh and rosy. Whence the jet when the watch disappeared andit andpas-engeistoand;: from all boo
difference? She: who is blushing was three hours later as I sat in a i tels, residences and trains, day or
other meeting of the board will be without having been given a warn- night.Proipt&BelialileierTiGcGiisniteiii.
with health ues Dr. King's New booth drinking beer "Len I felt that
'if THE Tennessee legislature proved held at 7:30 o'clock this evening and Life Pills to maintain it. By gently watch in a side inx-ket of my coat. I

I itself capable of dealing suitably every effort will be ;made to settle ing.The gentleman who lost the money arousing the lazy organs they compel pulled it out in :aruazeruent and I ,
.L with the anti-kissing crank. It good digestion and head off con found my slip of paper replaced by We also conduct a Freight Delivery f
the matter without having to take it felt aggrieved at TilE NEWS'report, stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at Business-haul pianos. safe.
I passed bis bill but limited its actionT one bearing the words, 'Look outsidefor
to the association from the fact that he desired W. A. D'Alembeite, 121 8.: Pdlafox a.s' It machinery and furniture at Reasonable fi
t \ to the author, who is thus debarred headquarters. no street, Druggist. an may be that I got the Prices.

l from osculatory privileges while bis Those present at today's meetingwere great publicity in the matter, and bulge on the gang, but somehow 1hn'e Telephone your orders to F. R. i

1 :J I fellow countrymen will proceed in President Northup, Bupt. Dun- also to the fact that he indulges in no MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. out a always trifle ahead-just thought that a trifle.they" came Pou's!Mrs. H.Livery H. Hallmark'rjubles. Phone, Residence 31, or

,iIi just the same old way. ham and Foreman Semmes for the strong drink whatever, and was not .. r Phone 3.51.MERCHANTS.
or PAID persons telling who .
't1 "TUE fearful fate of the :New company: ; and President Howland, drunk at the time of the robbery. '\ 00 has one whether I buv or Kimpln bottles of Dr. Kilmer's TRANSFER CO.. f

-1 I York theatre treasurer who lost an Secretary Peters, Conductor Larc-om U. not. R. K. KELLEY.IOf2 Swainp-Roor, the great kidneyliverand I
:I i eye invaded by microbes from money Nearly Foifeits His, Life. w Kansas City, Mo. bladder remedy are beiuir dNtributert I MRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop. .

,I fails to terrorize the brave heartH and Motorman Cook for the em. A runaway almost ending fatally, -- "- here from house,free. Have HARRY HALLMARK, Transfer Agt.. i

t ot man.he still With stand nL to inching his pot intrepidity eager- ployes. started a terrible ulcer on the leg of CELEBRATED you received one? -- -, .I L..t: X,B. K.Co.,I'.a 011 P.A: A. lUv.Wholesale .

t. t to meet all risks'."Tainpa Times. J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. Hard lu I'urt AVilh. |i >

"j:! WELL, well, what next? We have Biter than (;oII. For four years it defied all doctors The man at our; house has ,-.-

i always heard it remarked that the "I was troubled for several year I I and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica THE WEDDING I'tJ.I' uains of a (JU..,. j>ro-j>rroiH I 1 TIIflLO)1
' with chronic iudige;:Mon and IIf'H'-1 1 'J..kI'I "iim.b fiom \\hkh the teeth ,
ki sight of a nice roll of bills was good Halve Lad no trouble to) cure him.
ous dtbility," writfs F. J. Green, If have linij : t for for Burns .Bruise
i sore eye* Lauea-ter, N.ll. "No remedy helpedme Equally good *, "\YI.y." we ask 1dm. "do you carry I
Mr. and Mrs. Pfeiif-r I
until I begin u-ing Electric Bitters skin Eruptions and Piles. 23c; at W. George Jr., that thing around with yotuatwortHcv. 1

I How about this proposed reduction which did me more good than A. D'Alemberte's Drug r Store, 121 last night entertained a number of .-* oM ,'umil":"
of letter from 2 cents to al the medicine I ever used. They South Palafox street. I anil
postage their friends at their new home on Aid I hi' ri-plit": ,
have also kept my WitH in excellent ItetailHK.nguAinius I C"It'j'J''', !
1 cent? In whose interest is the redaction health for She "\\Vli.! l can't part with it."-Haiti-
years. pays Electric East Government street in honor of
demanded ? Is it for the Bitters are jut splendid fur WANTED more .News.I KOI

benefit of the many or the few? It male troubl.*; that they are a their marriage, which occured in

Is well known that the postuffice department grand tonic tlnd iuvi r.rator for weak, Collector for City Accounts. Milton Sunday afternoon. (J lite a Il.tvU I'nr *>i>riul 5uec....... Family, Fancy and Staple
rundown women. No other inedi- Mr. BI'lIkI was rather aiuu-cd to
: I is not eelfsustdining even elite cnii take its place in our fami Apply NEWS: OFFICE. number of friends congregated in Lear tLo Lildren gossiping about their < Groceries, <
now, nor ever has b eu. There is ly." Try them. Only E0e. Siti-fac- ---- response to invitations and spent a littIf j'hiyina tes.IUtukTie. ,
. always a dttlcit which has: to be ,. tion guarant ed by W. A. D'Alem. and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fancy
'' berte, 121 South Paljfox tieet. STORE WAS most enjoyable evening. Mrs. ) little dears! If they i Goods. <
1 made good from the general revenues only 1\1'1'1); Oil. Low they will shine iu
i 1 of the government. Keep the when j i i'p are Ko! Distributors for WestFlorida f
polite society
they grow up -Titj j I
BURKING FASTGam's TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. for the Celebrated Cafe du
rates as they are and if a surplus Hits. i
; I Monde Coffee, Sweet Home Molasses. .
k1 should occur, which no one expects,I Thos. Wfiiitworth will today Illini and Climax F1our,11 Iyie's

w ) let it be used in giving better ser,1i THE DECEASEDDuring take charge the city circulation of TO Ct'P.K ('()I.U IV ON'B IY Delicate -en, German Am: e r i can \

;r vice to the people. store, on the corner of Al- Take Laxative Hr"mo Quinine TabletsThis i. Food C.'s Canned Meats, Etc. All
\ TilE NEWS. He will take subscriptions signature; ffLtf on every of which are fold by all first-class; t
caniz and Intendencia streets, box, l'5c. % lI.7w-v-v
r NEW KUA1) KK 1 UK SOUTH. and collect all accounts. Retail Grocers in the city.
I the last moments of the caught fire at So'clock last night and
Two gentlemen who are the ac Mr. Wentworth has had large experience ITotRillsat5p. m., lOc I credited and trusted representatives criminal court jesterday afternoon only for the prompt work of the hur-
vt Solomon's.M'KMA .
t as circulating manager of I ,
of two of the largest lumber concerns eulogies were spoken upon the memories riedly summoned fire department
large daily papers, and will make
in the west, with headquarters NO Cl'ItlNO I'AV I PENSACOLAPressing
deal of
of Hon. John Eignn and wa a great damage prevented. -
f. I' in ChicJgA and mills located allover THE NEWS service of the paper sat- Your druggist will refund your money it1'AZO
M. P. The blaze raged furiously) for |
Judge Bouifay, who had been '
! OIN1MKNT fails to cure ]
t. the country were iu the city a isfactory to all.ATTENTION I ClubFOR
I the clerk (,f that tribunal for the some minutes and the firemen were -- -- Tl'Ut'r. Old I'lcer and Hore I'jmples and I ;
and in
1 day or two ago, were posses
Blackheads on the face, and all fckln diseases.
. sion of some information for which past twelve years. Both gentlemen handicapped somewhat as the trou- U. C. V. fO cents.

x i the people of Meiidian have been in life were widely known and the ble was between the roof and ceil- CENTLEMEN.
The regular monthly meeting of The finest line of umbrella" in tht
thirsting fur months back, says thet worded tributes given them were in?. The fire started in a mysterious Camp Ward :No. 10, U. C. V., will be city is at J. I. Stephens'. (in look

, I' Meridian Press.t. beautiful. Hon. C. B. Parkhill presented -! manner, but while it lasted hundreds held in the ofilce of Superintendent at them. -- ,--- I One Dollar Per MonthIn
These gentlemen state that there Cook, Tuesday, Feb. 10th, at 7IOp.:!
I'I'I la now no doubt whatever that the a re-olution for Mr. Eagan, of people were standing m. At this meeting delegates will be You can ft your house ; Advance to

i I railroad from Memphis through and W. C Monroe, E-q., a resolution around watching developments. chosen to repre-eut the camp at thmeeting furnished complete with' Membership.

If] I Meridian to Pensacoli will be built, for of the Brigade n.cuinpinent Clothes Cleaned and Pressed aa
. Judge Bouifay. during the Chautauqu.i at DeFuuuk. eleguj, furniture at Mar'ston often as desired. Your Clothes
: and that a company is already being --- --- CITY TAXES.Tax Other business of nnperurca will 4" Ouina's on easy jtayments f,pnt for and delivered Call at
'I' formed with ample capital for the You will consult your bet inter- come before the camp and it is important 9'j Mouth Paldfox and Join the

I 1 scheme. ests by going to O.1.. Pryor if you that there be a full attend weekly or monthly. Club.Mies'.
if \\i i..Ii to __ i
1'a.ier, .1011 stop ance. Bv order of
'j -, They do not base their statements: waut furniture. He is in position to I
1- Interest, (' ill at once and ILY J. W. FRATEK, Plain tllili a Special! !
; ?t I upon beresay, or upon the strength ell cheapei thaa any other house in jour Taxes.X. CouaiiduUer. i

: of their own personal opinions, but the city. C. V. THOMPSON. Adj't. Valentinesi Yours for :Neatness,
__ .h___ McK. OlIKTINC,
.: 4 upon facts which have come to their We will lauudtr your .pruada: fOI 10f2vr Tax Collet-tor. i ,
\ knowltd by virtue of their business 15 cents each and make them loot --- --- THE WHITElY EXERCISER. G. w: IRWIN.

: connection like uw Star Laundry. Miss Nina Williams, an expert ffi! Mardi Gras
. } This line will run through one of -----, CONOORDIA .
-- demonstrator of the Whitely Exerciser
the most richly wooded sections of Hot Chocolate with
PeculiarTo will give public exhibitions of
p the South, and will mean a mine of Whipped Cream, at Solo-
i ipopular
CLUB BALL the best method of using this most'.Goods ,
: increased wealth to the towns and mon's.
healthful and bent ficisi
. ii country districts through which it ItselfIn -- I Exerciser! the chow windows of I II i
passes. : F. B. Bruce's store, No. 15 South Our Stock is now ready. Yale STEAMER LINE
Meridian ia in need of a railroad I what it is and what it does-containing The Concordia Club will give a I i(i SCHEDULE
Palafox, the 9th 10th and 11th
on ,
I taking this route, Iud will benefit us I the best blood-purifying, grand Masque Ball on Tuesday Feb. I,! of February. The public is cordial entlnes of all shapes, sizes and :i iprice3. -

; ii much from it as will the starting ,.I alterative and tonic substances and 24, at 9 o'clock, or immediately after Iy invited to witness these most in- Sentimental and Comic. J >twen I'eneacola and Mlllon-ItoatUurm

point at Penacola.fct Memphis and the terminal!I effecting the most radical and per- the evening parade. All maskers etructiae exhibitions. oflw Mardi: Gras Supplies, such a.. Dally Except bund,.

manent of all humors and all will be examined at the door and no --- i'
cures "
4 The country districts through The finest line of sterling silver Wire, Paper and Character "CITY OF TAMPA.

t I which it pas-sea will be tapped of eruptions, relieving weak, tired, objectionable characters will be ad ;oods and silver novelties is to be Masks, Cambic and Bilk Dominos -.T Milton __aJlam Lv hfn.acola.I'pmLrl'eulacolalIJJam
which ia mitted. This ball will furnish found atJ. I. Btephens'. Prices to .
their wealth only awaiting languid feelings, and building up a all.MEAT I Ar Milton .6:00pm
please .
1 F the means of tran-portation to be I I the whole system-is true only ofHood's world of pleasure to scores of peo- I Ma-ks, Fahe Beard and Pare,floe; Round trlp.II.-u

rapidly opened up, and be the site of ple. & MALT has a marvelous Wigs, Costume Bell*,Gold and

Sarsaparilla _ .
countless saw mills and other woodworking dietetic value. While refreshing and

t plants. Xo other medicine acts like it; trPORTLA D CEMENT at pleasant to take, it helps assimilation Silver Braid, Fringes and JEWELER IN HIS

I When once this line i iill in operation no other medicine has done so f2 60 per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS, of food. Sold byDANNHEI68ER Bpangleg. Call early and select -

million-of ft et of lumber will much real substantial good, no Corner Brn and Garden (streets. : BROS. NEW STANDI
your outfi We will lay,
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be shipped daily over Its rails, the other medicine has restored health

freight which will brinenor.! -. and strength at so little cost. OYSTERS AT tUG APOSTLE'S Tables of quality for the them aside for you until -

lions profits to the company operating ..1 was troubled with scrofula and i Dining room, library, hall
same Fine oysters today. Try them. needed. have moved: my Jewelry) store to12J
it, ana a general increase: will near losing my ej-eMjht. For four months I I NlC and pailor at Marston
.. POSTLE. $ South Pdlafox: formerly occu
could not see to do anrthins.: After takirz .
of the whole
accrue to the commerce two bottles of Hood's SarsipanlU I could see I Quin a'5- pied by Bj:4 & Co., and am now
the If you should visit! the Union de- .
section country. i to walk. and when I had taken ticl.t bottles I better prepared than ever to gnro
------ -- I pot or b* in that vicinity, d/n't fail COE'S
could see as well as ever." Srs>iE A. HAIBS- CA.STonh:; STORE.
O. M. Fryer will sell yon furniture w drop in &t Goldnug'a Xo 3*aloon. I great bu t1ini in diamonds watches,
TOS.Withers.X.C.Hcod's I "'art tb. I:2:: Kni Ysi Hae Asa'! 'h'"
Von will receive !a hearty w&coma! jewelry, etc. Call and see me and
cheaper than any otbtr hou-e in Sarsaparilla promises toI I 21:1 youth 1'jlaf.ii: Street
: and find the choicest brands of Ii. .i',1y. J1
be city. I I cure and keeps the promise. I i I qaors kept in tbe city. : 1. PEN.-ACOLA, FLORIDA. let me convince STEPHENS.


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I. J. FOSHEE.Vice-p.ldent; JOHN PFEIFPER Asst Cashier.




HOUSE NETS CITYA Painful Finger Ends OF PENSACOLA WHO RECENTLY Designated Depository of the United States.

PASSED AWAY. Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1903.
Loaasand Discounts...... ........... .. ... 336072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... .. ..... .. .. .... .... $200.000.00( (
With Brittle, Shapeless The following timely and appropriate Demand Loans..... .. ... ....... .. .... .... 12286654 Surplns..... .... ..... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 '
ja: the police court this morningrisaMeNicbols resolutions on the death of the Hon. Overdrafts...... .... ...... .......... .... .... 1,160.02 Undivided Profits..... ..... .. .... ..... .... 690.76

WAS fined $50 and Discolored Nails U. B. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 213,806.87 Circulation..... ..,.. .. .. ... .... .... .... 125,00000( (
: John Eagan and Judge Bonifay, have Stocks, securities, etc... .. ..... .. ........ 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid,...... ...... ....... .... .. 180.00!
.jrrle Price, Nellie Williams, JesAndrews- been sent The Journal for publication: Furniture and Fixtures.... ..... .... ..... 6718.48 Deposits ............ ..... ..... ....,. .. .... 565, t9.3t
Cash and Exchange..... ..... ........... 228170.24
; Uargan: and MarIe Sherman Post G. A. R. r
;"; Whereas in the death 'of the Hon.
each. All the above A* Well as and ,
jflaedflO Roughness
;! and John Eagan, Sherman Post No. 21, G. Total....... .... .......... .... ... ... .. .. .. $911,420.10 Total.. .. .... .... .... ...... .... .. .. .. .... 1911,420.10This
arewbite women are frequent. A. R, Department of Florida has lost
Redness its best friend; therefore, be it bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give wt
of a questionable resort on South your business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
er; Resolved, That this Post express its

Bivlen street. grief for the loss of our loved and 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.B. .

did what respected friend, by recording this
Jones was emj-
.\fji-cr. ONE NIGHT TREATMENT resolution In the minutes of to-day; If k

proper in this case, *romvlltLaj sending a copy to his family, and by
Bently ''
: liter developed. It seems having it published in The Pensacola H. FAIRCHILD, rrc.6. w. & co G. w. & co N:t ft: i J L s .

: Journal. L. H. CASWELL, ,
teatseveral days ago the proprietess Soak the hands on retiring!In a strong, GEO. R. SMITH, Commander. QPSOLBTERfIL It :

of::le aoue had consulted with the hot Dry, and creamy anoint lather freely of Cuticura with Cuticura Soap. Adjutant.In 38 EAST ROMANA. STREET. GREEN, WATSON CO. 1

aroef Work and Refnishing Furniture a
regard to harboring a
mayor Ointment,the great skin cure and purestof re death of John Eagan: "
coat girl in her house. The mayor emollient Wear,during the night, Whereas, Almighty God in His wisdom Specialty i

old, loose kid gloves, or bandage lightly has seen fit to call John Eagan, Phone 4O8. For One Week, Commencing Monday February 9th
such ,
a proceeding Q
against: _
ajvi-ed ; in old
soft cotton or linen. For red, our beloved friend and fellow attorney, ---- --- ------ o

bjtle woman was not to be out rough and chapped hands, dry,fissured, from the forensic halls of this earth R. K. WHITE, 0 '

hunted the marshal itching, feverish palm, with brittle, to that higher forum where all is justice I ...EXTRAORDINARY SALE...
d,ur aiJ up shapeless nails and painful finger ends, ; andWhereas Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler $ '

frrmwi i mi she sought a permit toiarbtr this treatment i Is simply wonderful, frequently In his life he demon and Graduate Optician, I'I -OKREMNANTS- I
The marshal curing; in a single application.In strated by his demeanor towards this
the! girl. re-
no other way have Cuticura Soap court, the members of the bar of this 11 south Palafox St., PeameoU,FU
fj.t.j to act in the matter, laying: and Ointment demonstrated their aston- court and all mankind that he was possessed ._ "
--- ---
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iahing curative effectually 'I'II
properties more -
;!::.- bt' re the mayor. I hand than in the treatment of the acterize of only those men rare of virtues the highest that integrity char- jfudng's; fife Best /or $c. Q

LI-tw.htCaptaiu Frank learned especially when tortured with
itching, burning and scaly eczema. atility and usefulness; therefore, .
tLtt! !Ii !girl was in the house and Complete local and constitutional be[ it I ,}

ebr'rJ, to apprehend her by treatment for every humour of the ,,I Resolved by the members of the THE Y. M. B. L.MEETS \1 SHORT LENGTHS of Everything in Piece Goods collected and '.., ;

skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair, bar of this court ( ; : on Center Counter. Every piece Marked in Plain ,: ;

ri,...., the pl-ice. It is stated that may now be had for one dollar. Bathe 1. That we fully appreciate the Figures. When you have looked them over you will be convinced '( .

j. ?( ,u as the presence of officerswi freely with hot water and Cuticura life and good work of John Eagan TONIGHT U of the Great Values. Q ,'t'
Soap, to clean the surface of crusts and that we shall ever cherish in .
known the erring girl tied anil !scales and soften the thickened I memory the nobleness of his high -- OUR BUYER U off for tho Eastern ;Market, and we mut 41'cij
cuticle. Dry, without hard rubbing, character clear out these Odd Lots to make room for New and t'Serviceo.bled fx.r
t.hrou;:ti the back door and escaped. and apply Cuticura Ointment freely, 2. That we extend our heartfelt The Young Men's Business League I Goods. :G I

Her name i U known to the officerstiwever : to allay itching: irritation and inflammation sympathy to his grief-stricken loved wiil meet this evening for several 'c.I

and she will be kept under and soothe and heal, and, ones in their great loss. 'e= AVc arc Showing a Great Collectionof ,a
lastly, take the Cuticura JJesohent 3. That a copy of these resolutionsbe important purposes and a good attendance I \VAMI SILKS for WaMs and 39e yard

fU reIU.1IHe. In the event she doe Tills, to cool and cleanse the blood. spread upon the minutes of this is urged. In addition to the 1'rice is...... ..... .. .... .. .... .... per

otbehive herself In the future she This treatment affords instant relief court, a copy handed the family of the S.
permits rest and sleep in the severest election of officers, the League will
via; be taken in charge and pun. forms of eczema and other itching, deceased, and a copy handed the local (t Keep yom eye on this space as each change will contain l !
for publication.Wm. take the matterof a reorganization -
burning and huuours and press up :< valuable information. }
scaly pointsto
,d. C. C.1.. Jones, Jno.C. !'
R Monroe t
a'speedy,permanent and economicalcure and of course a proper consideration ", 1' 11
R-Utives entered a complaint tot of torturing, disfiguring humours Avery, Committee. >
of these matters should be
from infancy to age,'when all other 4' .$ GREEN WATSON & CO. lj I'
enavorthat she had left home
remedies and the best physicians fail.The I Whereas, It has pleased Almighty made while a large number are .jli

ail they are profuse in their thanksto Cod to take from us1.. P. Bonifay n\ ,,_ I .
a native of Pensacola, and for twelve present The meeting will be called G. w. & CO G. w. & CO k .

Hi- Honor for his summary pun- years clerk of this court, who died at promptly at the usual place. :

fctni-a of the women. v- --...;::- --.. vvv- .. his home in this city on the 26th day .- -.... I Lt

of January, 1903,, in the sixtythirdyear
of his age; and REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A .
the disease
Flrtih system against
He discharged the duties
bv i inM'i.: ? and enriching the } NEWSTESj i of his office here with such strict integrity Little Bey's Life Saved. CAN, GET .* ..* ..-I.

l> a-ier words, take Hood's and correctness and you
promptness I I have a few words to say regarding
; "-:'. .1.1 ., ". deported himself to the officers and I Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy It = ICE CREAM SODA
I attaches of the court and the public ,
I saved my little boy's life and I feel !I .
i generally, with such kindness of manner
03 YOU KNOW Clerks' Union meets tomorrow that I cannot praise it enough. I ICE CREAM i
and sweetness of temper as to HUYLER'S AND HAND-MADE CANDIES
1U.FKM\N H HER CO. havea at G:15 p. m. I endear himself to all who cam within 'I bought a bottle of it from A.E. Bfereof I

n': -' : ,\\r.t-d studding Mi-is Lottie Elder of Nashville: is i the radius of his life, and to deserve Goodwin, 8. D., and when I got -ATTrainer's t' ']

..' ti i before at the K-cambia. i'the praise and commendation of his I home with it the poor baby could
ai .j. t..1 price I!'fellow citizens; therefore, be it re
I.U- dlG-lin 1 I' solved I hardly breathe. I gave the medicine Confectionery. I:
The Merchant hotel register is
as directed every ten minutes until
1. That in the death of Mr. M. P. I
filled today with many widely known Bonifay this court has lost an able and "threw up" and then I thought sure A.c FIRST DOOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. 1 1S

FOR m names. efficient officer, the community a respected -' he was going to choke to death. We :
Capt. J. W. Salter of the bi' ship and honored citizen his family -: had to pull the phlegm out of his
i a loving, affectionate and devoted .
i Kings County, with his wife and member. mouth in great long strings.; I am I
sons arrived at the Merchants last I 2. That these resolutions be spread positive that if I had not got that

night.E. upon a page of the minutes as a testimonial bottle of cough medicine, my boy DR. J. H. MOCK :.
>u1 be earth JOEL
w : not on today.-
I of our appreciation of him as ,
JGrandinof. \Vahiuton: D. DFJIONT, Itiwood, Iowa. For sale
:N I. rr A. H. D'Alemberte fur- I an officer and our respect for him as
C., and J. L. irandin of Baltimore, citizen. by all druggists and medicine deal-
n. -Tin Xttt with following 'a I ers. '
Md., are important arrivals at the 3. That the newspapers of our cityI --- -
d> .:i.-1: -' It -el't 1 of the receipts E.C.Ull bil. I be requested to publish these resolutions 4S DENTIST. '

.. f Xi;, .. !inn I:' ill connection witht' j and that a copy thereof be transmitted FOR LUMBERCall
The county commissioners will [ to the family of the deceasedas
t.1 ut by the "Dee-trick meet in regular session i tonight an evidence of our sympathy for on
28% S. Palafox Street $ Old Armory
them in their great bereavement. for estimates before placing Building.
Wki. r '. IP.
II' tit of the United. when matters of vaccination and
Charles M. orders for lumber. dl6-lm
Charles B. Parkhill, Cos- your
l'.lrl' county bills will betaken up. ton, Chas. II. Laney, Committee.For CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. '

R. i, U- .. t II.) Of ticket, The Parker Concert Company, PiXSACOIA, TLA.I I f;

>: . ..... .... ..$11.') ;j'' which begins; an engagement at De- I Over !Sixty! Yearn.MBS. Ht'"u'uf he Condition of
I't t ". i ..---- Fuuiak tomorrow, arrived at the K;. I WI:>iSLOW'S BOOTHi smrp bat I'i
'i UIP J10 (K)
been used for over list, years by millions Tn First w i1ianil Bank
>-" Mi-: Ilttaile.. ... 37 75; cimbiaye.terday aud left this morning I ; ; !
mother for their children while teething
A' t'llI I .". r M chanties'. 37 t-I) for DeFunidk. I with perfect access. It soothes tbe child G. MM< & CO.
-tl15 iw Alice Johnson, a wayward white 1: softens the gamsallays all pain,cures wind AT ii:><)ijA,
{, colic,and Is the best remedy for Dlarrbo..lI.I .
girl who had deserted her good home will relieve the poor little sufferer Im IX THE STATE OF PLOiIIDAATTHE Manufacturers and Dealers In

I urporely and without reason, woe I mediately. Bold by Dragging! every nan CLO JE OF lit>IXEKS, FEB. 1

atrestf-d by officer Wanders yesterday -, of the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottleHe tab, 1WJ.Hisou Sash, Doors, Blinds,
I sure you ask for"M re. Winslow's Booth- L
and Jones impoed: a sentence I
Tapped mayor rl'f'I'I.
lag Syrup and take no other kind. Shingles I f fBuilders'
I of GO days this morning. Loans and discounts ... ? io;:',;I :21 ,
I U\rr I C. T. Qhdeu and C. H. Hall of St. NEW MACHINE u red _. .. W-o! :5n
I 14 Times I IT.IA.lkuldstosecure circulation 110.455)4$4. Materials
: Paul, Minn., are here today. Oue of I I'r lUlulUS on IT. S. bo>uds. .. 4.'MMII lMtucks l ,
them said this morning he thought ISs.i'W W\))
II FOR THE NEWSThe H .nkill"-hou"?. furniture and.Ixturi'S Brick and Lime. '.
I he was dreaming when he found .. .. .... ... ..... 1S.1S1: 110IIth..r 1
I n'IIII".late o\\nod.... ..... .. 1 ,7W 3J i
Uliii1 ?;, joy's Test tee ofrigh1's such warm weather, in Pensacola.: line from National Tolor>lioT\o No. 11.
is below in his linnks (not Kesene
j i The mercury zero
Aleuts). J ,1.14 70 ;
home city today.Stockholders new Mergenthaler Linotype Due from State Hanks I!
and lumlvrri ._ ;3,1-$J 4'j: Hot French Waffl' s with

I. in the Carnival Association type setting machine for this paper, Due from ageate npproteli.. reserve -. 2JtI.ojlJ'j:: ; Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's.
'- will be furnished tickets to mention of which was made several ; fM
-.. i Clu-ckMiiid oilier cash BOOKVALENTINES i STORE L.
'r = has and will beI Items 079 4SNi I
'ANFRASCISCOnrstt.C :; the coronation ceremonies at the I days nan, arrived >trs ,rotherNationalHanks 11
m. .gated, the Jco. J. Fulton opera house by Mr. Oeo. P Wentworth I installed during the week. ... ... .... 2 310 00 i
,.. Fulton CompcunJs to Fractional paper currency Do yen waut a magnificent watch

.. >' '-'Sot Urtgiu't: Disease and I chairuiiii of the invitation J The management of the News ornU,. nickel. .. .and. !I"V 73L ; for little money? If so, call or.
W. Joy, the KfarnyMrect: ou,inittee. Thee can be exchangedat .
t \\ H'L MOSEY lit'
Stephens, the weler. He will
i promises its readers: much morenewsy ac
10. of the investigators : Cue's Book, Store on the 9h, 10li I -EUVK IN.: B.\ K. "IZ:
nt..ohati aa etivanceticase I !i than heretofore as the I"Pt''| t-tirfU DO commodate you. "
t : aud 11th for reserved seats. After paper Legal-tender
aId was txyocd human aid. facilities for handling items of interest notes .... :I.IUIIMJJ W
; the latter date the tickets will be in.
at he hat btvn 10 On ". had been tapped nearly a valU.I will be materiilly increased I'. h. Treasurer ta; 'p DR. F. E. BRUCE
".e SO "PAII Its bl case wa4I : of circulation). 3,060 00-ri.I.ffi! 44
-tut"ip-li-ss that his I SENTIMENTAL AND COMIC.
a. ". sui.on aId that u would be The Epworth League of the Gads- AN ART STUDIO. TOTAL.. ...... ........... ........._.. U.fiO,1j'Ij 25 Hall returned and returned practicr.
c nixmniK \> told
i e Joy to i

t.*..;., .. .'''"tr hrnthcrdown...ktment Joy started Hecameacd for a den give Street a valentine Methodist social church at the residence will; I have opened a studio in room 9, stock paid Liabilities.Capital In ........ ... ... .. jino.nnodO Office 2-2 Wtst Government Kt., ...SOUVENIR CARDS...

'f'rd: fully expecting on but Salisbury block, where I will give surplus fund on .... .... ... .. lU', mUi j'
Salisbury Building.
i war his friend tad joined tieS I of 1Irs.Iarion Clutter, 016 Undivided profits, less expensesand

ti.n mouthy Joy hai returnel.t' i East Oadsden street, Friday night, lessons; in my own system of draw- taxes paid ..._.. .. .. .... ;.re. 20 Telephone 143. ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS, ,
National Bank notes outstanding f
"to ly still living, but instead Febrnary 13, at 8 o'clock. Among ing-called "Black and White"also ..._ _._' ._..._ 1'JO.OOO .
.j ":mica month fonner- -- ------ -- --
,. ,h ..*' :. lalpt'tf'rovl'r apart six as months, will be :: in French Pastel painting and Due to other National 1
tbe features an Apollo piano
Hunks .. .. $ 11. 12 Zi cuiiw NO i {C1sfIi MARDI CRAS NOVELTIES
1.'c it contlneJ in a bo' pita) he isit Newspaper and Magazine Illustrating.
Refreshments line to Slate banks and
Admission 25 cents. -
i'.a .t Is now d'wo oa the street bankers ......_. .. 3>,WO, 59! -
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lit ufslroiifrer all the time There -- - -
free and all are in Individual depositssubject NEITHER tbp captain owners i
L'a. Jn'rugsutonthePac9oCoast[ I. f02t I have taught large classes in every to cheek .... lfeUD7! : 61 nor consignees of tbe lir bk t
._, '"tic Demand certificates J. H. -Mas era will tm responsible Stationery
i- will flid him at Ms storM
and in of the ,
to a ifornu streets where he wilt town in Georgia many deposit_...._ .. ..... ll.inooc for debts contract
Certified checks.... ..... Kl WCashier's ed by the crew of laid vessel.ABtO.
t. rtant facts and ?tve the de- female colleges of tbe South, so can
r.if the Overland Monthly VALUABLE CITY LOTS. checks out- : FRANK Periodicals {
t.. .-- a.:..)\'" Ciae and ccruttuJ to tU i offer you an experience of twenty- standing ___ 589 83-$1.150.62 05 To MU204K Order. Captain. ,

,. five years. In the studio will be TOTAL.... .. ..... ...., ......51.470.12625 Leather Qoods '
___ n _. _ .__ __ _. ___ ,
,. rnru :acre. that Br'.cht'i Piwase found the choicest collection of STATEOFFLOKIDACOCNTTOF: ESCAXBIA: : ,
,'" ."'1ra blp. but 10'7 per cent are Of the large number of lots; recently ss: Pictures and ;
::under the Fulton O>ml' I crayon work ever shown by a single; I I. %\'. K. layer Jr.. Cn-hler of the nlmve- Frames.
.ulderTrouble.Kheu-natSm purchased by Mr. O. M. Fryer artist and invitation is i extended named bank do solemnly swear that the 1RMi
, II.! minor kidney diseases i i above statement is true to the best of my fT liriphfs H,sT and placed on sale to desirable purchaser I to everyone to come and see it.Iy '! knowledge and belief.t1-.
*"-.i!'<'tio Onrrouta.pamphlet free11."rrtrtive : ?, many have been sold, but : terms for instruction are moderate :I' K. HYES.JR.Cashier.

: Ireu Jo..n J. Fulton C>., ;ome of the choicest; are still held by OTIS A. MILLER. I Subscribed and sworn to before me this
c.. .'.Lt"u.r.i .irctt, SAU: l'fXXAH ; 6th day of hehrunry. 1W8. G It
i him. W. KoaEUTS, Notary Public.

1 He will sell to actual settlers on Hot French Waffle with Correct-Attest: tie Dhoto0iraph ,
F. C.
.\ BROS., .. i I i most favorable terms, as he is de- Florid. Cane Yl'uPat U.KJ:>O\\'LEV!: ). Directors. ,

," Agl..b for Pensacoli. I jtermined to build up this property. Solomon's. <.. D. U. hhE.T, ) S. Palafox Street. 218 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.




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rot him-wilting. as Hare farm M e-I I
where who cared for him to the extent after awhile Jones became aware that

represented by the moderate price of the edges; of this card were ornamentally lieve very near that rude church in

Mr. postage. He said it was as it he had irregular and then he knew whatit Luzon where the man closed his eyesso !

Jones' died unlamented and was just findingIt wes. The thing was valentine, happily to open the eyes of" his soul Uncle Sam says it'sall

out in the other world."lIe'd and it had traveled many many miles nest: moment In her presence.
-and latterly by a route never intended "You mean she had died!" said
ValentineStory been brought up in a little sociable -
; city where everybody knew everybody by the St'ndt'r-to reach this dying Breck. rightUncle

: else and though be no longer man in time. The date, in fact was in "Precisely," I replied.
"\.nd Jones hasn't found the one girl
had any close relatives there-very few. advance of the saint's day. It was the Sam in the person of ten of his government officials. Is ships la cfcirge of IT.-
Indeed, en etrtb-tbere were Leis old night of Feb. 11. who remembered him upon the far side department of our distiller During the entire process of distillation alter the vhisln
of the world?'' U stored In barrels In our warehouses during the seven years It remains there,from!?.!
raved I :
"Templeton and tossed and he
friends including some very nice girs. very grain we buy to the whiskey you get Uncle Sam Is constantly the watch. Wedll.-e
By HOWARD FIELDING whom he had traveled a hundred miles said some things that might go to a "No." said I. "but he will not take a gallon of our own whiskey from our own warehouse unless he says it's all rTV: ,
Breck lighted another of his deadly And when he does say so.that whiskey roes direct to you with all its original strength,neh
;. out of his way to say goodby to Just feeling: ; man's heart considering the ness and flavor,carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUAR\v:
before leaving his native land. They'dall circumstances but he mentioned no cigarettes. TEE of PURITY and AGE. and saving the dealers' enormous process ,
COPJIf" write him"
to to
promised other uses. That's why we have over quarter of a million satisfied customers 1la"S
"Including the girl?" said Deck. quiet and from that hour till morning you? he inquired. why YOU should try it Your money back 11 you're not satisfied

he seemed to be sinking down to death. "Not for your life my friend" said I.
"Yes said I. "And the fact is thata
young author seated himself Then he stirred and half raised him lie stared through: the first great Direct from
that nonchalance which considerable package; of mail for him. self. cloud of smoke. our distillery to YOU
sent through the publishers whom he
be expected in one who is "Why not?" he demanded."Because """"
'Hello. Jones: said Le. 'Where did "
represented, and tardily forwarded had Sans Dultrs' Profits! Privtnti Adulteration I
'Jones said I "and
introduced by the editor in from?' : ,
gone to the bottom of the Pacific ocean you come
chief to the mere editor of a department but he didn't know that 'I've got a letter for you George at present the matter i| sacredly confi

lIe scratched a match upon the "In Manila he met a young fellow was the reply. 'It came after you left.' dentlal. When I have found"that girl, I

side of my desk-it really is mine and named George Templeton, from the 'Give it to me,' said Templeton. extending : shall write the story myself. HAYNER WHISKEY

not the establishment's lighted same town as himself. Templeton had a ,weak thin hand. He Wan Slight

one of those Egyptian cigarettes which not been bred, in the first circles, and "He took the letter and raised It to Cromwell stood moodily watching the
his early reputation for Industry and his breast as he sank back against: tJepill'w. PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD
smell like: an early spring bonfire in battle of Xaseby.: RYE
Jones waited, but Templetondid
sobriety was not of the best. Jones
Maggie back
Murphy's yard. "Why so downcast inquired his
had rather looked down upon him and not move. He lay there: smiling,
"What kind of stuff! do you want generals. "Aren't we making glorious FULL
Templetou no doubt had found some with the letter on his breast. The man $0 EXPRESS
he history? 4
reason for looking down upon Jones. was dead. .
"I'd take a good valentine story" 'This is a valentine that some one "Not much:" cried Oliver. "We're QUARTS O PREPAID

said I. has sent to him from home,' said Jones only furnishing material for some fool
At that my visitor assumed:;; a smile when th3 surgeon cme. 'I think we novelist.
With We will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of IIA n"ER'S SEVEN'-
su.esting the early stages of seasickj j ought to bury it with him. an imprecation on posterity he YEAR-OLD RYE for 13.20, and we will pay the express charges Try it and
ness.!; 'How do you know what it is?" rushed off to dictate his terms of sur- If you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from
I ; r render.-Judge.: anybody else at any price send it back at our expense and your IJ.:O will be
"Oh. I say." said! he in a tone of languid asked the surgeon. returned to you by next mail. Just think that Direr over. How could it be
1 ." "Jones could not answer. fairer? If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent. Better let
protest " sort of thing's i I Good Inough as It Is. us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself pet a r
r '\Ye ought! to open it.' said the doctor friend to join you. We ship in a plain sealed case, no marks to show what's
played out, don't think? Who
you : s 'olF 'in order to communicate with the "Doctor if a pale young man named inside.
car bout aleniiui'S: ? There's r.o ro- '', i { a::S Jinks calls on you for a prescriptiondon't Orders for Ariz.,CaL,Col.Idaho, Mont Np,"., N.Mx.. Ore.,t:taa.Wash
I writer. Some one might; want to know or VTyo. must be on the baMi of 4 tjuart for ....00 by Express:
mace iu them any more. In society, II that he got It. let him have it. Prepaid or 20 Quarts tor tis.oo by freight I'repaid.

It people notice the. day at :all they | I i. "He took the envelope out of the dead "Why not?" Write our nearest office and do it NOW.

send flowers not picture card.." man's hand and opened it after some "lie wants something to improve his

"I ur circulation exceedsJin..'," said 1. :i j I I $jti ',trl'1' j),tc I hesitation. appetite, and he boards at my house." THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

"We have outgrown society. Give us :i 'Dear George,' he read in a whisper ATLANTA GA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, Ma ST. PAUL MILAN

something al>out young wen and wo- i I 'mail this to Prank Jones if ;you know It Would Seem So. 153 DISTELLIBT. TBOT. 0. ESTABLISHBD! lS6t

IDf>I1.'/ where he is, and never tell him who Fair: Niece-Why do you object to

II I i sent it I don't know how to address duets so strenuously Uncle Tom?

The talented author Liea green !i him but you can find out: Uncle Tom-Because when two people
Egyptian cloud into the air and slowly i I i
attack one Inoffensive piece of
'That's mine, said Jones In a
shook his head. dream. music simultaneously it's taking an un- WICKS&GO.Pluffiber

"1 don't see anything in it," he de- "The doctor put the inclosure into his fair idvanta, .-CLicntp.News. .
rlared. -The valeuiue! is dead "
a issue.
11, hands. It was in a separate envelope,
Now, though; had never met young [ y unaddressed.
Mr. iSreck before that day I had read STATE OF OHIO,CITY OF TOLEDO, { ss Gas and Steam fitter
'This is a friendly letter from a LUCAS COUNTY ( ,
some of his stuff! and I knew that be ,
mighty fine girl, said the doctor. 'I'd FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath
': could do good work. lie western
: was a like to take something of this kind with No. i South r.lafox
that he is Lie senior of Street.
tj product, and such of his stories as I partner the
I me when I go'"He
",j had seen were as full of spirit as an HE SAT THEBE ALL SIGHT. put it back into its envelope and firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing All Kinds OL Plumbing and Gaa Fittings Materials Kept on Hans

: unbroken pony. Eastern civilization laid it inside the rough woolen shirt business in the City of Toledo, ELsPHnxrff *2a '. PfcTI -\IlOlA., Jr'J.A,
f, seemed to have taken the life out of It's a privilege never denied a freeborn which was the dead man's garment county and state aforesaid and that

+ Lim with astonishing rapidity, or it American. However, they became
? 'He has delivered your message, lit- said firm will pay the sum of ONE
have been the friends In Manila because it was so far
1 may Egyptian; ciga- HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each
tle girl, said he, 'and he'll never tell
\;?Z Zt rettes. J was conscious of a sort of I from home."Templetcn. who sent it. and every case of Catarrh that can- I SAMUEL\ CHARLES
I 31 raps,: against him partly because his was a sergeant of volunteers not be cured by the use of HALL'S ,
"Bo that's the whole story. Jones has
affected in.uui'T was such a disappoint-; and a homesick soldier if ever CATARRH CURE.
' come back to this country, and he has DIANE SHOE
.t ni<-nt to but chiefly perhaps because there was one. He excited Jones' sympathy that valentine pretty card with a little FRANK J. CHENEY. 1 ;a'1 MAKER,

:fi he ha"1 tn-atod my commonplace, which became acute when Sworn to before me and subscribed I' :
love verse on it but not of |
: old fashioned notion with contempt. Jones learned that there was a girl at scrap in i my presence, this 6th day of December I REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
writing. He doesn't know who
sent it
$ "We're zuiiiK to have a lot of valentine I home who had stopped writing to Tem but if he did 1 think he would find that, A. D. 1S6.SEAL. ; j \h .s : Wholesale and Retail iealerin'hoes: ,. Leather & Finding: ,

J stiilT in the issue: of Feb. 13," said |i if pleton fur an unknown lea>un. This
1 girl. I feel quite sure that he would PIIO.NK 5N. 007 SOUTH PAMtOX STHIt.r.J. : : .
I 1 A. W.
I. "and most of it is rattling go"d. but ; is a serious matter when a fellow really GLEAKON
find that girl. .. '
l: kt (.f rour-e if it doesn't appeal to you"l!j l cares for the girl and she is 1",000 Notary Public.Hall's ,
"Not ba', as such things go." said Catarrh Cure is taken internally -
Iln-ck waved the reeking cigarette miles away and there's no method of '
Breek rising, "but conventional." and acts directly on the E. DUBUISSOX % BROTHER
1if! I'ffore my eyes as if in some form of | horning why the no longer; writes. "Conventional beI beg blood and mucous surfaces of the ,
incantation and having reduced me to [1 Fancy waiting fur a letter to go hallway your pardon I Send for
," said I. "Why the thing is true." system testimonials free.F. OK.NKK "f.umGOS..\ AM InsmscI.S1'ltaIT': : : *.
- .. silence by this, he said: i! around the world and for the reply "I don't J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 ,
see that that helps It
"Yon run the supplement I'm told- [ to come luiteriug back or not to any Dealers in
replied Breck. "However that's neither
the literary and artistic end of the pa- ctiiae at all! Templeton was not naturally I
11 here nor there. I'm hard and O.A.BTOH.I.A.a I
?" sensitive but the up e Choice Staple and Family Groceries
per ,
experiencehad It a valentine story's what want"THAT'S .eart the i io Kmj You Hats hears &r;>; <
f 1 'That's what I'm here for" I replied made him so. He told his secret ,

j He shook his head very sadly and grudgingly: because it was forced out lJenuze | Our Good are Received Fresh Daily. They are too rainy to enumerate

;J muttered: of him but he never revealed the name and are Warranted to be the Best the Market Afford and can be
f 4 I Relied on. We can Duplicate Order Given During the
any its
"Valentine stories: Good Lord: j of the girl
Holidays and will Deliver Free to Fart of the City.
1 "Why.: what's the matter I in I "In the latter part of January Tem- BANNER BA_LVE

quired. pleton's company was sent up into the the most healing salve In tlv work COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
"Now. look here" said he. "I try to interior to a little forsaken tillage

i keep) pretty (lose to life; to write the I I where there was a peck of trouble. A P.O. 80)(326. J. f' DMSS & Bro.,

i thing that is and not the dream. I)o I I mail steamer came in the day before CHOICESTOF PHONE 66.

f.K.; I i make mjs-elf tll'tr1"t'H.. such being; I j the detachment marched but it i I Pn.'U1ily Grooors,.

.; -, tle ca ,
t 1\ the !last: ten have j J fellow
,, years you kuwuj( poor revealed this misfortune
,; < r heard of any human creature who i Jones with tears in his eyes. lie seemed f 1RUITS AND COIFECTIONERI f l l\lL..A.

' : as attached)' serious importance, to i to think that this was his last chance."A i; .fig e4ebr r v'erySt"CCESSOR

": If p a valentine or had any really romantic few days later Jones learned entirely '

(:1 adventure connected with tine:" 11"Yes by aeciduit that a letter for -AT- ( TO AVTKY t WOOLKOLKJ

t sir; I have," said I.II Templeton had really come on the C. APOSTLE'S ,

lie shook his head slowly and sadly.I steamer and had been delivered by IMPORTER die;) JOBBER OF

could, have cuffed him for that ins<1- j i mistake to a surgeon of the same surname If,, 14 East Gmmit> St.

II tense and yet las tion, his method !i The addressed hide of the letter I HARDWARE.!

! of getting at the matter appealed to I ]had been wet, and the ink was a mere Formerly Cordova Restaurant Btaiu R

I me. i 1 blot so that the word Templeton was One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 ; Iron, Nails, Axes, HboVf I I". .w Mill: and KteainboatKnppliea
"I will !'plrlr.u a little yarn." said I; II i i about all that could be deciphered. r to $2.00 per dozen. Cookinl(' and I in :Stoves Faint Oils

:! "a true yam ;a'llwt a bad one." j'"Delishud. I, The surgeon, Imwevir detected the ," \= Window Glass Gnu, Pi- and Fishing Tackle.

''it ." sail he. lying back) in j given name of 'George' and did '
I not Agate! and 1il ware aim *!f '?: ''i'ftirnishin Goods.
j lib chair aid his .
: closing while
: eyes | open I(ttl'r. '- GOLAY-
= Q. I
e II I "Jones had had it in his mind to try DJrAOEXH> FOR BIRMINGHAM KOLLING MILL COMPANYTS1

' to get through to this place where the Revere Giant Ktitchfd Belting::, Northampton Emery

1 trouble was. lie thought he saw a good MILE," SAID 10 "ES. Grist and Corn Meal ]Mills I Wheel t' a., L-'tin & Rand Powder Co., Johnson's Kilaomi'ip. -

; Iron luu. and Buck Stoves and
story in it. lie told the surgeon of his I'll go home and see what I can do for Ranges
i intention and g. f. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop, : Con a t'o.'a Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury's
was permitted to take : the
you. I'y way it wasn't Temple- Made Railroad Colors.PEN3ACOLA. .
L the letter. By pulling all kinds of ton's girl of course?" Mannfactcreri

wires he got leave to join! a small par- "The one who sent the valentine? L'HOICEMEALANDPUREGROUZIL Masonic Temple @ Pensacola 'Ia.

" ty that was going up with dispatches, Certainly not" I replied. "When Jones STOCK FEED. .

1.. and the result was that he had adventures back
got to this country, he looked up Patronize Home Industry, for there li
enough to fill a book. The party Templetou's affairs a bit to see whether every reason you ihoold buy roar Meal and

gut; through; alive but every man of he could do anything for his family Stock "doing the Home Manufacturer TIME TABLE
itII' (or by so yon encourage home
them was wounded including Jones, and that sort of thing and he happened try. Your money U left In the IndUI'1

who made the last forty miles of the to discover that the girl for whose letter and yon in torn are Indirectly t LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .
In fostering the hcme you
'e i journey practically on one leg. But he had waited was really! waiting oontrlbate to the cause of labor. You ow EFFECT DECEMBER I.IWI
Temple-ton's, It'ttl'r-whieh he was 'It to the community in which you live and

: t'd morally convinced was the letter-reposed which contribute to roar lopport. New Orloans and Mobile.

in his breast pocket when hebtasgerid L W. PEAKE,

e ; into camp. No. 30 South Palafox street keeps WEEKLYHCHEDUL!! So,8. Fo.4 N0!. No.1. No.1. oI,
1 i; j "lIe found Templeton flat on his back 7:15: a Ul m 11:06 p Leave Penaacola _Arrln 1:00 a 4:00: II tA: II
; and call bells, wires and all kinds of FOB STEAM: DITI8ION 8:1\0 a riff p 1:02. Leave_ Flomaton-- Lean rss a 1:80 p lt3l II
1 \ rating with fever in a quaint century 11:00 a Itp: !:56. Pave_ Mobile _._ Lean 1lIIn't 12:16n 6:0011
j old church that had been turned electrical supplies. Have him do PENSACOWELECT1tICTEIti2115A1 ...__,__ Nwp TvI: a Leave _.Wew Orl8anll heave are, p i T:26 a
'I fr .
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into a hospital. The surgeon in charge your work. Call phone 203. RAILWAY COMPANY.

told Jones th/t it was allover ,, Trains leave Feniaoola for the L1H1. North.
1 practically Bayou, Big Bayou, Warrlnlton,Navy Tad
1 I ; the man was as good as dead. Hot Rolls, at 5 p. m. lOo and Fort Barranca at i 1
No. 2. s/. ,. So. l
Will he be conscious again?" asked a doz.. at Solomon's. 8:30 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai T:16a.a 11:06 II m I 12:15 II m Leave Pen acola ....Arrln 4:00 p m 6:00.No.1.m
1' Jones.: And the surgeon said that it 10:00: a.m.arrive at Fort Barnnca110:40acLoo 6a5am 6:57pm: Arrlve_ Mont om8r1 _I.ean 11x5am 6:86pre
arrive at Fort Barranoai 1M
p.m. a
p 11:59 8Qj ArrlveHtrmlDjfbllm
pm !1:38am
. was possible.I 8:30 p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancai 4:16 p n T05pm 1:10am ArrlnNalbYiile _Leare 1:06pm
: I 'When is it likely to happen?' OPERA HOUSE "8:16 p.m., arrive Fort Barrancai t:UO 1111 !:&J a m 11:13 a m Arrive.., LoofsvtileLeave 8:16' 'p m lfS a m
8:00 p.m arrive at Fort Barranoai 8tflp.n 1O am 11:511 a m Arrive Cincinnati _Leave ,
, '
HE es+
LAY BACK Hf HIS CH.InSI' "Heaven m 11:16 m
CLOSEDUli knows p
jl answered the sur- Trains leave Fort Barranoai for Penn .,. p
i EYES.thf i i geon. cola at I TII" m 1:8pm Arrive : \t.I.out ......Leave 4:15pm N:56pm _

I smoke from his cigarette, now .. -I'll wait said Jones. And he sat J. )1. COK, Manager.ONE T:15 a.m, arrive at Peniacola___. 8:00.. u AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Iluo m. arrive at Peniaoola_11:46 +
f p. p a
: jiointing straight upward ascended to down on the foot of the bed. His J:00 p.m. arrive at Pen aoola_ 1:11I p.n
j'''i j the ceiling;; and seemed: to stick there. wound was dressed and he was fed NIGHT ONLY 0:00 p m arrive at Peniaoola ____ ii5pa No. 21-D.1I1 No 6-Daily I No atop where time Dot shown .so. S-Da1l1 i No. Z9-D.Jy

t Jl i "This happened to a fellow named I' while he sat there. Of course they THURSDAY FEBRUARY '1:11I TOO p.p. m.m.arrive arrive at at Peniaoola Peniacola._._ T IJOB.I:1611. I U:66 pm I TOO a m /" ..... Peu.acola.Arrlve 10:50 pm'' 41:80 II III
12 12:16 ':18" "
night Bohemia
, Jones: said I. "lie was a newspaper: tried to take him but he wouldn'tgo Satnrdayi only .. 10:87" IrA
I away UAI": I 7:10: .....Ynleltra __ 10:" I 8CI"
J in the He riBI FOB WKIK DATS.Peniaoola. .... "
correspondent Philippine I and as: everybody was pretty busy Chas H. Yale and Sidney Ellis present the 12S3 1IS" Eleambla.._ 10:8:1": : 6:57.
I' had l*>en out there six months andliadn't he was presently forgotten. Great German Comedian and to Fort Barranoal and return tt, u:8ti.: 7:1" .". __ Mula' __ 10:21" I 5:15 '
Pensacola to Mary Yard and return_ KIPeniaaola 11:1N" T:23" -__ Harp __ 10:11 I 6:10 '
had a letter from a girl." "He sat there all nght, sometimes in GOLDEN-VOICED SINGER to Palmetto Beach and return lit noo" 7M": _O'ltClly_ 10:16 I 6:17 "
1:1:58": ,:118" __ Milton "
t. 'articular girl? queried Ureck. 10:10 1:1):
that BTTJIDAT 10tlOTDI.Wben
conscious; ''
sleep which is the
product 1:80 am' ._ _Good Range _.. 4M "
j "Any gyl I," 1 replied. "There was n of physical weariness and mental AL H. WILSON weather. permit the running c I:>> 8:16": '". __ Holt., ___ 1:36 1:86 "
: particular! girl; not so very particulareither concentration! for open coaohea.Leavi 1:20" 8.80 to M1tllganr Sao: 1:11: to
fighting supremacy Peniacola. LT Tort lursswa.m. 1:811.' 8:18" _Creatvtew.-_, 8:11 100 II
9 I and yet he'd have been mighty He was half crazy from a dozen In Sidney R. Ellla' New Romantic Play ( 10 a... 1:00" 8W": _Deer Land 566 1:11I "
glad if she had remembered him on the causes, and he held that 11 a. m. II m, 11" 8:10" Mossy Head. 8:10 ':1' "
letter in his ip.a. I .. '::01" 8:86" .DeFunlsk8priagl. 8:18 Id "
! other side of the world. Most fellows Land every minute. Prince of Tatters I p. I ,p.... 1:18" IH.. Arule. TU: 1:11 "

of course, would have found a romance "It seemed to him that I p. m ,.., ':10' lm' -Ponce 4e LeoIL- ':211 2:11 "
by continual 1 4 6:00" 10:10' ...... IT 1:66
of some kind suited to their A Tale of Old Sew: York. p. m p m, r..Westville. : :
individualtastes feeling of it while in that peculiar mental 6 ,. m. 5 ,... 1:08" 10la' __ Caryvllle-r, ':\J lti
ij and fancies out there but 5.56 IOIJ esa I I:" "
Jones state he gained an idea of what e p. lito f p.m. Bonifay.-.r
i. didn't have the luik. I don't know that Every Sceno Complete rill FOB imaATreaiaeouto 8:00" 10:17". _.Chlpley_ 8:87 1610 ;" "
i was in it, and at times he felt ashamed 1ItJr. __Cott.onCS.le_ ':18 12W nook
1 he was a particularly sentimental fel of knowing. The envelope Every Detail Peafect! Lard sad retllrJa-ariBarraaeaa__HavyPtnueota 7:00" 1\:211" _KarlaAna. ':00" 1:11'
was _
square .S ,:10" 11:11I" _... 1iB8": 11:16:
Cypreaa a..rA
low yet it seemed rather hard to Lirathat to
and there was a hard inclosure thatseemed !Seat; on sale Wednesday at noon, leach uuHo TIO" 11:51" _Grand Ridge.a 6:12" 1Itt:
'I '; there shouldn't be a girl some like a small photograph. But February 10. r"lIrL__ III T:AI It 12ai 110"11 __ Hnud 61" 10:00: y
] freight eived alter 1 41 p. a. 8:11' 12:14" Arri1rRiyeri2aetlonrLeav. lil0" 10:"
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LOAN-W. R.' Meriiier. issued was exactly right
WhY TO by and greatly to my surprise one bottle -
)!. : AjEn Money tt104U > Grimshaw, the overseer, hearing meet her needs as to height, depth and cured me sound and well. I .HALF.

at reasonable race of Interest tbe, shots went to see what it meant. width. These points baring been determined cheerfully recommend It to all who .. .. -

Uou good security. Office 112 and From behind one of the cabins he wit- TilE MUTUAL to her satisfaction she fastened -I. suffer all did. It la also a very fine

1l; .;uutb_r
-= himself seen. Then, advancing be ordered LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYOF skeleton frame from which to hang a digestion and finally builds up the

\iONEV TO LEND ou improved that the boy rec Jve .fifty lashes mirror and drapery. Just below the general health. You can use this as ONE MILLION

real **tale, In lari(e or .sm l1 for having firearms In his possession. NEW YORK, mirror she placed a semicircular shelf you think best. Very truly,
low rate of 1nteret.Ct w. B. DELEACH, .
allloUlt Gumbo bore his punishment with made of a bucket cover. The three
Le-lIe E. Brooks, attorney 311 Aubnrn Ave., Atlanta, Ga.
un endurance. It shelve Inside the box set at the
patient was a common were
tIiw2u4! Palafox Lt.Ftaber, Richard A. McCurdy, President, Nov. 6th 1902. .
Swim occurrence on that especial plantation i proper distances apart to accommodate Druggists sell it at {l 00 per bottles
bUlldlU': Wing to the cruel nature of the over pitcher, washstand, etc. And right here Send stamp for book of particular. Get Our Prices Before '

-MONEY TO-DAY-Do you ueedmoDfV seer. The negro showed vindictive- is shown in a ledger statement was where the handy girl showed good to tbe URICSOL Chemical Co., Los X

? You: cau borrow" any ness and was always afterward obedient sense, for the had the top shelf slide Angeles, CaL or Atlanta, Ga.
amouut you want today on easiest even to servility. which can be obtained by For sale by Purchasing.CapacIty .

lernii aud lowest rates anywhere Procbet, the owner of the plantation addressingNassau
on improved city real was an easy going man, with no head --
Fisher 2U4J tt. I
SatefioinVm.. -- -- -- -- -
for business while Grimshaw was as Cedar William & Liberty

laUf."treat..- lu-ti'! avaricious ns ho was cruel. One day Streets, NEW YORK, N. Y. 1'; I PEARL & DOLIVE- I 50,000 Daily.

ln- I'roi'liet discovered! that all he possessed ,
If YoU want to borrow money, CECIL WILLCOX, Manager,
uicue.v imure your property was about to pass to his over- Call on them at the corner of Gar-
ve-t !<'la.T. ,
atMriCts\ of title, buy or RMT. Grimshaw was above his class in Jacksonville den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter -

!procure -tate, rent property oJ bnndiiig: and education. Indeed, he and electrical work or phone 660.
ell C. WATSON & CO., District Managers-
JUT dt-criptiou, have rents collected was fairly well !born. Prochot conceived Pensacola, Fla. fdefdillan Brick Co.
or your taxes attended to, the idea of marryIng his daughter \ ,

tall ou t'r i'iddre-5 lhO. C. Watson to Grimshaw on condition that therojertY \
>; UtalKute and Insurance Thr'Hnlr Sfckt.Conning Pine Barren, Fla.PARKER'S.
il at
be settled ou him. :Miss I'ro- 1 These tiny Capsules srcsupcnon
ucola Fla. Chargesni'dtrue.
\ -!lt', Ptii : while on removes dust from the hair
To who buysalotfroin chot objected P"lll'l.'lalll'Iim'e !! to RJayn of Copaiba
us we everyone will lend money j I| a visit to St. Augustine:: she had: met a and gives ft 'ventilation.. The brush t Crbcl nd Injections.Piipy JD'f' HAIR BALSAM I Ia

wt.ich to build a hou"e. HJ'IJ I i young officer! of the United States army is nest u-sed. each strand is brushed up. DRESSINGS CASE AKD WASHbTAXD.between core in 48 hours the CUUMI_ anil bnutiiiei Hit htlr.1
triii I 1 with whom shohari down, right left and In semicircles Pro S 1.r.a.I ponth.Never I
- --- at Fort Marion two strips of wood so that the sse. iw s wtlio1 ny7n.1ri j jesm.ace. to Heitore Oraj;
- fallen in love and who hail asked her from the forehead to the center of the washbowl could lie pushed into the LiJIPIlY hf n'liCGiSTc 1 Cunt,p IK h
UAllt (G)1) hand. Hut when IIIT father told her head; then form the nape of the neck stand and cut of sight when not in actual .____ 51..lId.''"'. 11"V'!

that a marriage with Grimshaw was upward to the same point By this time u'e.Wheu. .
r.:;. :SARAh and dealer BEm in E-Hair lanufac.Goods, the only way to save the plantation she the head should be in glow. The eircula'tiou the preliminary work hat been

turtr resolved to sacril'ux' herself for her father has been stimulated, and if the of the
the plate was
H It-. Toilet Articles, Hair Oil I Tomplett'd top The Star
nc., ;t.'. West Government street, whom she loved devotedly.The manipulation of the scalp' has been neatly covered with white oilcloth Laundry,

'" war came on, aud while Prochet thorough each blood vessel is aroused' tacked on with brass upholstery nails

- W AN'1'J.a). boraine poorer Grimshaw grew richer to renewed action. The hair is fed only A tasteful material that could be Biggest Busiest Best I II
-- is flow of blood to the ,
-- -- being Interested in a blockade runner when there a washed was chosen for the drapery
VAN E )-Several persons of char- that had made se\eral successful trips hair follicles. Not until the hair shines and when the curtains had been made

ccr aud good reputation In each from Southampton to Charleston. It like satin is it properly groomed. It is they were hung on a small brass rod to

rute '<>ne In this county required) was at this time tliut Miss Prochet consented then braided a la Marguerite for if the permit of slipping them back wheneverthe

u, rn'reeut and advertise business old house esublHhed to marry him. The war bad separated hair hangs loose all night it is very apt upper shelf needed to be drawn 1heySpek

wealthy her from her northern lover, and to get broken and tangled.
ufliJ financial standing. Salary
fctt i 00) weekly with expenses addi- mIme had heard nothing from him since outThis dressing table Is every bit as

tuiial, and all dayable in cash the firing on Sumter. But one morning Doattnar a SleLrooui.Ve pretty as it is useful and probably the

dirt-el each Wednesday from head about sunrise, when no one suspected I \ all know how untidy a sickroom best feature of it in the eyes of many a (for Theiselves !

(.ffict-s. Horse aud carriage fur- there was a Yankee within fifty miles, i. becomes and how annoying the dust of woman will be its low cost. .

Bi-tifd when ntcessiry. Reference 10,000 of them came hurrying dowif the the sweeping is to the patient"To It would of course make a very much
We let the Shirt Collars
*. Enclose self-addressed envelope. turnpike past the plantation having remedy/this/ ," said a trained and better finish It all the woodwork were ,

Colonial Co., Caxton made a forced march during the nlgHt. capable nurse recently "I put a little given a coat of white enamel, but this and Cuffs we Launder speak' for

HI!!.. Chicago._OfebJw They went into camp n'arJr, and during ammonia In a pill of warm water and would Increase' both the labor and expense themselves. They will talk louder

W.-\\TED-\Ien to learn barber the tiny a young captain of artillery n-tth my mop wrung dry as possible go and for all practical purposesthe ,Laiwe can. We want: to be judged

trad Always rush for barbers in rude up to the Predict manor all over the carpet first. This takes up oilcloth would generally be considered more by the work we do than by

rniinj. Prepare now. Years saved Louse to call upon ,Miss Pro<'bet. He all the dust and much of the loose dirt.A as every bit as ood. what we say.

t., u im-tiiod. Steady practice, was Edgar; 1'enuington. the man who ImOUl111 take what Ls too large to Even if the whole plan of this bandy S

ti;.. .'. dik 'iIi- position and board had asked her'hand. adhere to the mOl and raise no dust. plrl should not be followed, the one

!!i\ 't'.it;,& ,I-lIe: mailed New free.0- Ills coming caused a commotion. Mr. With my l1ustl'loth1'11 sprinkled I go idea of ...o arranging the upper shelf A.LL WOKE C. 0.
: 'I rii i I frorhet was in groat distress about over the furniture, and the room is fairly that it will slide in and out easily is 114.GrisHeiltiailOilmrelFree.

l. \ I the matter. Carey's resolution was clean. 1 well worth copying in some other d, TELEPHONE

WASTE1A\ *"' "Is of empty beer put to severe test while Grimshaw sin for a cheap homemade washstand.Ls'lies' .

i, t. f .. r I inj ii. n9-t.1 j grouiifl! his teeth and vowed that she The Guenlroom. -- Home Journal. WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

should never wed the young officer. In preparing; n room for a guest: if __ _
1"11. -.i-it:. One night an ollirer was picked off only for a few days: do not neglect to ,--

by a hwhacker who was never dis place a variety of books at his dis- Paul n More UODlf'lIItf'Ot1. ,;.'."'" '.i''-'!: ". -- .'r". ."".".l.'. ..''.,.........;vp4, ";- .'._-_.- ..:.'..-- ....;.....:Il,- '.....' .
FoB! >AI.JF :i" b ;y mare atd new It tt.l'is bookshelf in themoil ,.- -'-.J--. -'
covered. This suggested to Grimshaw iMisal. The I'aul Itevi-re houii'Stoad: 10: and r - - -' .
riiio:" rii"1!!! iii-iataiid harne !i, books and magazines should be :
of getting rid cf his rival lie
a jueaus North Hoston built about
(".'u ; )1.11"- kllld and geutle, sent for Gumlso to come to his rooms."GuialK placed on a low table near the win- and l sjuare Uevere in 1770 is Roberts & Dailey
10 bought
by Jt
c' nj i i Ir.: <01 i: v Apply to Joe tj(:i: :t:
dow. visitor has through
J-:: Alif .r Wit). Tfeblw ). he said, "would you like Many n gone still standing and has been purchased ,
--- freedom?" tortured, sleepless nights in a strange ,.:.
your retrntlyjiy John I Uejnolds, Jr., witha ; -DEALERS IN -
A li.UlOAIX call be had in one of "Yes, IIIS1111 : ;;:\." house with not a line of reading matter view to inducing patriotic orders to

tl. tiii.-i. .!,inn-e and most def'ni. -I ".\ $.>,(Joo( besides" to be got at. Join with him in preserving it as nn interesting 4 4New
"f Northwest
: -ft. I- mas-sa.1 The darky's wereas
.. I I "Yes eyes; historical landmark. It was FA.NCY
Mil'; < : ,! aiuntH-d: : leuseatfair; CarUnic Tinmen.Instead 1I
big as saucers. from the door of this very building that
fut I: ; -? .* ..I.! 1'lauof :use can of knife scissors Fish I
lie ,.. i I. .a u.., office. A. V. Clubbs Very well. Tonight! Captain Pen- using a or Paul Revere went forth to his famous I: Florida Syrup, .
1'fiMi I ">!L'. 6a-2w nington will leave the plantation to blade in recurling plumes, try a smooth ride on April 1:), I..;;. Here he lived ,
---- rid" to camp. I will join and ride with I III piece of whalebone. Begin at the base during thirty years of bis life, Iud here I:); FRESH:: SUPPLY OFRALSTCN'S 1J: :

FOR AI.K: hie desirable : him. You follow amivhen 1 take off i of the flues and draw them tightly and his children were born.
mont II ; i; / .
head." firmly between the thumb and the OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS i'
I- : :r" f! "City 1111 +uy teini, by my hat shoot him through the : I )
ti. Ki-. Heal: Kaiate; Agency:: I "Why don't yo' do dat yo'self, whak*>one. If they curl too much, do OF ALL KINDS. .[.!..i I .
34' S.'UI l'tl .fox. 18jltn I not hold them quite no tightly and bu- One Minute Cough Cure gives a #* (
1111:1 sa'r" relief in one minute, because it kills ;i FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. :
i "I wish to marry Miss Prochet IfI gin further from the quill. {:))1 [
l%h..I"."' "I'h'H .....huul. the microbe which tickles the mu- 1 >lJ
-- / ............ killed Captain 1'euuington even in a cons membrane, cau :inff the cough! ROBERTS & DAILY I ":.>
-------- -- ,
fair fight, it would .prevent this mar The Easy I'ill.DeWItt' and at the same' time clears the 1'' '
1D11(1.\i1E.\CI1OOlWillbe ( I
: riage." Little Risers do phlegm, draws out the inflammation I! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. I i
"i"HI'.1; u in.t \\ liht: street -Early and heals and soothes the affectec
Oct. I"-! .\ :111-, I"rgaHt Maclay. I, "I'.utlin" fo' d'yo go 'long with him not gripe nor weaken the system ; Phone ISO. lYn.sncola: VIa
parts. One Minute Cough Cum __ __ __ _ _to
when lie git S1mt" biliousness, m .. ,. ,
SO-itf I I did shoot him They cure jinudice, strengthens the lungs, wards ofTpneumonia ,- .'_ ...r.'.'"._- ..',', .-A.-- ...." .'..,-. -- .., .",,._- .,.,._- ., _-- .
--- --- "To l-rove that: not I constipation and inactive livers! by and is a harmless and '!--'-'-"-"- --I--- -

inn iL.. myself. I shall give you a simztialwhen. arousing the_ secretions, moving the never failing cure in all curable

----- some one is near to be n witness iu my bowels gently, yet etlectually, and cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup.

Clnl\IEIll'J.\I. HOTEL 110 InK favor. You must: shoot from a distance giving such tone and strength to the One Minute Cough Cure In pleasantto
t I 'f 1" \> all of the stomach liver and HALL & KLEIN
I. ry thing new ; glands
and alike for
but you are a good shot can take, harmless and rood
11 : :.\ .'III"lIcelh.derate bowels that the cause of the troubleis ,
hit mark easily." and Old. HargH Pharmacy,
your young
rt:" !! Desirable removed These famous
I; )eiiis. day entirely. Kahn.CASTOBIA.
b 1' ;" :rI\"It. 2ijIrn'Flltt : Gumbo: lowered his eyes to the little pills exert a decided tonic effect John Sheppard, Kidney 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
tlmuglit while tirimuaw
ground: and upon the organs involved, andif
1\*..* dabnard can be I watched him eagerly.: Presently the their use is continued for a few

; I''w Commercial: hotel iiciro looked up and said: days there will be no return of the and GroceriesSelect

.I, d, 1I\:1.l ftrt-et. Popular "Ueclcon I want dat: freedom and deli I tro'uble. Hargis Pharmacy. John CMldrea Staple Family
for Intuits and
.I. -I"iit. 23jlm* \ l' tliiMisaii' dollars.1* i 6heppard: Sidney Kahn. _.

n".nllll.t l1tna&t'1J.RD I I ""l'r) well; lurk near the plantation -- -- The Kind You Han Always BocgftCARPENTRY Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. :

gate from M o'clock till 'you see the If you want a nice present to giveto

I siii'i at Wheeler i' man come out. If you !:succeed come a friend, go and look through the Bears.AslI' f/ and FrnducE.

i': M.iry thfrFI<>.. Mri.t here tomorrow. I will kl''IIIllY worl1''j elegant line of suitable articles al "p.atar. of Poultry, Eggs! Country

: I'r'prlelre All the i At 11 (,'('l'Kk IViiiilngton. J. I. Stephens yon purely can find
'! Dine at very reasoua I I finally secured Miss Prochet's consent something to please yon. It you --- -- Telephone No. 358.
bt* I'
:Northern touri-ts will the Diamond line
to lt oak with Grinibbaw: rwle out of want anything in AND n_ __ _ _
m. place to pend a_ feeling.ry happy.He be sure to see him before you buy.Jfudqln's .
the plantation gate
-*' 1011. 12nlm ,
-_ had not gone far before he overtooka ELECTRICAL WORKRing' -S
H.\IC \-.\. a horsemanhom he recognized as his f fit {Best for ve.I .
R '!On j the tailor ha4 re- rival.' .
said the lat up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, 8 Tears Old I in Cisis of 4 Fell! Quarts at S3.20
"T 1 1 Wfo"t GIVernrTlpnr "G .oI evening, captain, if von have any carpenter or electrical per cats _

.: u-jp Expre-3 office. ter. "Illdin to (':lillI''';" I work you want well don .

,- I'rfjMred to clean, re- "Yes." said the captain shortly
I WHIHKEYh distilled at the Nelson Co.
r"- i l.iditfs' and r..ntle- I'll ride with HARPER THIS
"With permission!
1II'1I1""iti!. '1rjti! m .your Cleaning ladies skirts and waist ., Distillery, and U fully matured in wood
you. I Star Laon- before bottling it is absolutely pure' and not excelled -
-- of
--- Is one OT specialties.
'll..... tin nc'uu... I "\s you like." dry.S in quality by any Whiskey of the same age ,
Rl --- -- irimshnw mle.pls"llIg remarks at oo matter where prodoced. The Royal Standard

: x"'t.MNr* in trimmed hats I intervals till an army courier with a WHISKY is eightyears old when bottled, and, considering

".'f',. J l>y Mt*. E. D. Nord- 1 ditpau-It In his belt met them, when IEXKHAL KHENCH HCHKDULK! ; its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey

(1 ., nike: room for the Mardi I he raised his hat. Peiinington was astonished I the market at that price. As 'a beverage, and aa ..
d>; mu-t have room and I to see the overseer pitch forward Following: is the schedule of the an absolutely pure stimulant, there I id none better
are "<> low that they are steamer General French bhipped in cases containing no marks whatever to
i In his saddle and fall to theground. government fl
of all. Jl-member the indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining
j'. which THE: NEWS prints for the
-1"" U Eat: lulendenm Bt. the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality he ,
___ :80j1wH..L I It was fortunate for Peimliigton that benefit of the merchants who ship cad return the same at our expense and money /

MAX I there was a witness to prove tfe was their goods to the various army will be refunded.

''. : umbrella maker, 315 Innocent of Crimshaw's: death which I posts': .- All orders should be accompanied by either ",.,

II'< "' -ralifox !street.! Recoverrepuirinz was never explainer though it was believed IN Letvei Peoiacola...______._. 7:00 a. m. itG5TTLAOi.D currency, postofBce money order, bank draft or express ;
: of umbrellas and that bushwhacker bad,Intended 1.dln. lrrIOI'&I.-..___ 7:>0 a. m. r- money order. We refer to. First National
ttVw*' '" a 'Pecltlty' Silk covers a :-=wPhysicians Leaves Plckent ._.._____ SlMII. m. .4 IJ Ban or any merchant in Pensacola.
.JL n hund. jAn 3 to kill the officer and had made a LifaTel Barrancas. t 8:15 a.m.Leavei $
mistake.! PeDincola ______10:15 a. m.
.n\ 'M: Arrive Barrancat 11:10.. m. and then' bored wells, I irimshnw left no heir, and It was :sakes a trip to Fort Me Bee and then re- S. A. FRIEDMAN
-t- or anything in the grow found that his hold on the Prochet mrni to Barranca :' ,
dry good* line will do Leave Knrraocas_ ____ 1:la P- m- .
r' irp purchasing to ee! D. ; property had been acquired by fraudulent --I I prescribe it leaves Plckeni Penaacola____-__ ____._ .l-::10 55 p.II. mtnaVM m.. SOLE PROPRIETOR PESSACOLA. FLA.

Olive. Fla. jlTlmE. | means and was void.* for their most'delicate Lrlnll'1cteDe._ ..____ 6:15 p. m' ,:.,
I I After the war Captain Edgar Pen- Arrive KarrpDcni 5:30 p. m. and P. 0. BOX 418. nuI'JJOXF.119
W. PEAKE uhistou returned to the south null took patients. : to McKee and return. --1
On Wednesdays and Saturdays the
back with him Miss PrWhetGuui -
\.' OLD and PURE. '>oat wiil leave 'Barrancas via Pick- 4* rRgnM*'
contractor and builder, ", !>o became the captain's body servant Pensacola at 8:30 m. I handle class of .11
ins for p. I.- :. ,. every Liquors sold, in
Metrical work in first- but .if he told his master bowGrlm"ba'w For Bale byDannheisser Tbe General French la for army f bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that 3.-1

jj ard at reasonable rates. met his death Penuingtun urposea only and any outsider must are way down. _
I .
fund at 30 South Palafox the !secret v Bros. from the -
kept quartermasterc
lave a pass ii-
6. ,
203. I
I.nrI.ICE BERESFORD. take passage 01 her. I A .. -I


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Enormous Demand. co. Delicate draping of bamboo was Suffer 1
used with handsome palms and ferns Women Wby THRONGB.

in decorating, and clusters of pink ,
and white roses were placed here a

The enormous Demand for "GOOD and there.
Nervousness and Its Train of
J LUCK" Baking Powder is alone attribu Miss Hyer was assisted by her
aunts. Miss Sallie and Miss Julia OF PEOPLE
table to the possession of Intrinsic Merit at Mrs. Terrible Evils Permanently
Hyer, Mrs. Bryan Dnnwoedy,
a Just and Equitable Price. It's Purity, R A. Hyer, Mrs. H. A. Brosnaham, Banished By

High Leavening Power and General Excel Mrs. John B. Jones, Mrs. F. M.

ence is unsurpassable. Tbigpen, Mrs.Gus Eitzen, Miss Mar PAINE'S CELERY Come to Our Store to Attend Oyr MonsterDDSALE.

tha Whiting, Miss Belle Whiting, ,

Miss Leonard, Miss Holden, Miss COMPOUND.
Richmond Virginia. Charlie Jones.

The table was exquisite with a . .

*NNN * ( slender vase of long stemmed pink *
Mrs Clark Tells of Her Rescue
and white roses, and dainty smilax Happy Throngs people made purchases, and throngs of people went away
I scattered over the surface among the From Suffering After Failuresof '

: SOCIALECHOES pretty cut-glass and silver dishes of Physicians. satisfied at theVALUES they had received and happy at the SAVING made,

cakes, bon bons and almonds. Dain the fortunate throng? If not 'tis yet time to
.......................... ty refreshments were served. Mrs. Nervous disorders and diseases are Were you amongst avail
on the increase, and women are the
SET THE CHILD'S FANCY FREE.The William Fisher presided with grace, chief sufferers. Digestion gives out, yourself of the opportunity.
at the tea table. A large number of there are pains in the head, the
following is from the Jack- guests called during tne hours of the the tongue is coated, the muscles

sonville Times-Union will find ap reception ache, there is constipation, heart *THEY ARE ODD LOTS AND MUST G0.
palpitation, gloomy oppress
preciative readers in Pensacola: continually, and sleep is broken and .
Miss Nelley Atkin K>yser entertains disturbed.The .
VA minister of the gospel lately at dinner Saturday eveningFeb. only reliable remedy that LADIES' SHOES. Misses' Shoes. CHILDREN'S SHOES

rose to denounce Santa Claus and all H, at 6 o'clock. medical science has given to human-
1m works, to declare the fairies ity for the cure of nervousness, is $3 60 Patent Vici, Lace, Welt |2 50 Patent Vici. Lace, Welt $1 60 Vici, Lace, Button. -
were dead the giant never lived, Paine's Celery Compound, prescribed Sole..... ............. ...$2 78 Hole 11 J; to 2.$2 06 to 11......... .... .. . H(
Mrs. James M. Muldon will enter by eminent physicians with the 3 50%Patent Vici, Lace, Turn ,200 Patent Foxed and Tip, 125 Y ci. Lace or Button '
and Jack never had a beanstalk. t ... .... ...... .......... ,
tain Wednesday Feb 11. happiest re*ult*. In critical cases, Hole .. .. 278 Lace.,,, to 2. .1 C9 toll '.,j
All this was very painful, but when !I Paine's Celery Compound has saved I 75 Vici Kid Button or Lace, 100 Vici Lace or Button.

the "famous educators" added their j Invitations to a reception have life and restored health when all 3 00 Sole Vice, Lace HandsewedTurn or Button..... 2 39 11..2 to 2...... ......... .... 139 to 11.... .... ..... .. .. )
160 Vici Kid, Button Lace 1011 Patent Leather L-ice
other medicines failed. Mrs. F. A. or : -
'4' voices to that of the preacher the ,i been issued by Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, Moscow, Idaho, writes as 300YiciLl\cPDullIHd Tops, Il/2'to2! .... .... .... .... .... lIS to 11....., .... .. .. .. ,r>
eeriou' Now I ........... .... 241 ?
became a j Welt Sole
'l : subject Swift Kejser, Wednesday, follows about her success with 12Yic.iButtollor, Lace, ll'j 60s Box Calf, Button 6 tn s ti i,,
:4; Jewish rabbi hat given i earned reason ; Paine's Celery Compound I 2 50 Vici Kid, Lace: Extension to 2...... ............ ...... b9j ; boa Vici Lace, 6 to S. .. .. ,j.75c .
t ,, again these J learned men, uud February 18th. "While suffering terribly from Hole ...... ................. 1 71 100 Vici Button or Lace, II1.., Pateut Leather, Lice 5
< nervousness and nervous prostration, 2 \'icilid, L'lcedor" Hutton 1 b'J to 2................ .... ....' 61cMen's ; to 8...... .... ...... .. vtoOc
:. : we thank him sincerely for standing Quite a social event of this season
t' 1 was attended bv several physicians 2 50 Vici Button CommonSense Hard Holes, Lace or But
up for the truth that is all the truer will bo the reception given to the but their efforts brought no Turn Sole.. ....... 1&9 Shoes. : ton,2 to 6.... .. ...... !i\f
,I because it cannot be proven. We Rev. Horatio. P. Hodson, by the assuring results. I finally got so bad 2 50 Vici Button, Welt Sole ... 2 07 $5 00 Patent Kid, Allover Bluclier 753! Soft Holes, 18 to\tylpi! w.;

I boast that we are conquering new ladies of !St. Katherine's Guild, on that it was impossible to sleep at 2 W Patent Tip. Lace, Cuban, ...... .'............ .....3 811! 50a Soft Soles, All Colors ;
realms-the sea has been marked off night. My husband again wantedme Military and French Heel 161 5 00 Patent Vici, Lace, Extension :
Thursday evening, February to have a doctor, but I told himit 1 75 Lace Extension Hole, Heel Sole...... .,.. ........ 3i9lBoys'i! Youth.sandLittleGents'
into highways, and we go among the from five to nine-thirty o'clock. was no use. He then went to our and Spring Heel..... .... 129 I 5 00' Patent Coronar, Monkey i I

worlds in the sky as we visit our This reception will be at the resi druggist who recommended Paine's 1 75 i Lace, Patent or Leather Skin Top*.......... .... ... 3 Shoes.
..... .... ...... ...... .. 121 i91(
neighbors, but what are all these if dence of Mrs. Emily C. Smith, 61G Celery Compound. The first nightI Tip 3 50 Patent Vici, Lace or Button
we are to lose richer lands becauseof N. Barcelona street. All Episcopalians nsed the Compound, I slept well 1 1 75 Button, Extension Hole.: .. 12'J 3 00 Shoes, all kinds and styles 2 76 J3 50 Patent Vici. Lace, Welt
and I continued to improve from 150 Lace or Button, Heel and 3 00 Patent Enamel, ExtenMon 2.u Soles!4 to 6,';........ .... f: TJ
their acquisition? For the child well other denominations Heel....... .. ... 118
as as day to day I used in all eight bot Spring 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid 2 00 Vici Kid, Lace, 2?$ to 5>,. 169
whose fancy has been allowed to die are most cordially invited to tles of Paine's Celery Compound and 1 _<)iJJaceof Button,Patent Tip, LIned...................... 241 1 75 Vici Kid. Lace, 2l; to o'g! l'9!
fl stillborn has been defrauded of his cured. I cannot Extension Bole........ .. 89c 2 50 Vici Kid Plain '
attend. Dr. Hodson has recently am perfectly say or Cap Toes 1 89 125 Hatin Calf, Lace, Plain or
n rights-the power of thrilling at the accepted the call to the rectorship of enough in its favor." 125 Lace,Common Sense............ 89c I 2 50 Lace, Patent Leather.... 181 Cap Toes, 2J' to 5\2.... .. S9s
1 00 Lace Common Sense. 81c
2 00 Vici Kid Plain
1 unknown and loving the impossible of Cap 1 75 Vici Kid, Lace, 13to2.149!
If St. Katherine's church, and is expected Toes, Lace or Congress... 149 160 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2.. 119
1 is one that cannot return, and bears to arrive here to-night. DIAMOND DYESWILL Ladies' House Slippers. 175 Lace, Box Calf.-.... 126 1 25; Box Calf, Lace, 13 to 2... lIe
i' valuable fruit for the little brain: 1 50 Heavy Satin! Satin Calf 1 50 Vici Kid, Lace, 9 to 13..- 119
I t WLy do we "grown-ups" love Miss Julia Lee left on the noon Not FADE OUT, no matter Shoes.. .... .... .... .... ... 122 12b; Vici Kid, Lace, 9 to 13.b'Jc
$1 75 Red and Black Quilted
New Orleans Hand
how often they are washed or exposedto Made Cable
Shakespeare but because he tells usi' train for Mobile to Satin Fur ..... .... 149'
t. today spend some the sun. A package; of Diamond Tops. Screw Shoes.......... .... 93c
of the unknown ? Why is he great time with her friend, Miss Fringilla Dyes cost little and plain directions 1 50 Black Julietea. Fur Tops.. 1 19 Merchants are not barred from bUY- HAS BEENS, WOULD-BE INVENTORY .
150 Black Felt Juliets Fur ing thia shoe. I
but because his ,
est fancy pictured
. Smith. Miss Smith was one of the f. ii clearly what was never seen on land charming visitors at the bayou last Direction book and is dyed samples tree i5c Black Felt Slippers, lined 49c' Slippers. MUST GIVE WAY 1O THE

.Ii or sea ? Why is the poet a brother summer and has many friends here. DIAMOND DYES Burlington, Vt.- Black Barge Slippers... .... .... 24c $I 25Vici, Kid, Black Opera.... 99c ORIOINATOHSOF1"HEORE.TI
-- -
to the prophet, and often a twin I -- --- $ 50. Felt Shoes, Leather Tip 1 (Jft-Vici Kid, Black, Tan or AND ONLY

... ...... ... ...... ..
{ brother, so alike we cannot ilistiui The Berman: will be danced tonightat ped, Lined, Lace. 119! Wine Color. file
f THE WEATHER TO.DAY. 1 25; Felt Shoes, Lace or Congress 75s; Black or Brown Alligator 39jlOe
+:, gulch between them? Are we other the Efcambia. ; Lined............... 89j! Whittemore, Baby Elite, 00 0 AND END SALE !I
; than children under the spell of I LOCAL FORECAST Kaln and warmer Black Serge:; !Shoes, Lace or Con- 48o Combination Poli-h..... Cc i i

1 such influences ? Does not Christ The Rev Je se R. Bicknell, formerre : tonight; Wednesday fair; fresh to brisk

say we mn-t become as little children >tor of 8t. Katherine's church but south winds becoming northwest Wednes-

i beforq we can approach him ? I now of Washington, I). C., is still in day.

'!J.'; These threat men are talking learned I the city and will remain over Thurs- Temperature-in Last 24 Hours.: :Meyer Shoe Co.

+;\\1j rubbish if their sin be not too deep I day to attend the reception given to Maximum________ 41 degrees

?t' for excuse ou such grounds. Have we his successor, Dr. Hodson.Mr. 'lnir"'i"______._.57degreesTemperature
h. torn away the tight vestments of the Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.

1i child's body and allowed nature to Pickett Jones is in Texas on Elsewhere:

shape this at herwill only to put the business for W. 8. Keyser & Co. Min. Max. --
i tiania__ ____:82 &>
tender mind in a mould and fetter it Mr. Pat Eagan left this afternoonto lUmarck__ ____-M 31h SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER
with rules and limitations? The original icago.._-...L.___21 31InHnnatl A CREEP & 00.
resume his studies at the Southwestern : -
1 man was but a child, and ______art 31 RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
Presbyterian college in Galveston_.__._SI M ,,
knew what was good for him-out "
Clarkesvllle, Tenn., whither he was Huron.O'l 3"acksonrllle LINE.The '
of that original man all this learning _____.Irt .WHOLESALE GROCERS
called by the death of his father re ,5- 1
\ has grown which would now deny Kansas City_____30 W ,
its parentage and sin against the cently. Key- West_____7i tt> Pensacola, St. Andrews and
laws of its birth. Hons. John -P. Tillman Morris Memphis ___?-,._.____811 62loblle Gulf Steamship Company: has fixed Nos. 102, 104,106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.
1 \ _______3* 65 the following schedule and rates to -
| But one newspaper man has said I Adler and Edgar Adler, attorneys Montgomery ___ ktf 51 apply between Pensacola and the -- -

' I slithers is to be EIlU, and the Times- from Birmingham, Ala., arrived New Orleans..?_..______ 1J 5tl points named: D. HALE WILSON
: Union stands with W. D. Nesbit, New York______30 *//l ,
this and in
morning, today were con- SCHEDULE.
: Savannah________ 42 53
': \\ ho thus breaks his lance in the '
ference with Martin H. Sullivan regarding -: 81. Louis _____32: 6i Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa-
'r'; If \blcaA'o'l'ribune; : important legal matters. cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 Real Estate and Rental Agent

; :.... Let us let the little chlldrru have the A Severe Cold for Three Months. o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile ,
jI : legends and the rest; I 1'ito'u Cure h au effectual remedyfor train and the P & A. accommodation
'i LettbrnukeepthegtudtIuslousottheyearsthat The following letter from A. J. train. This will enable a 13) South I'alafox Street,

.I are the bst; I+I Cold on the Lungs. Sold by all Nusbaum, of Batesville: Ind., tells person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., 1FLEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
:' U-t them know tile joyous fancies of the druggists. 25c. its own story: "I suffered for three make close connection at Pen ncola
mystic fairyland) ---- months with a severe cold. A drug. and reach tit. Andrews the next -

.! And \\'ol.lI..rful encbnntnnrntsonly they gist prepared me some medicine, morning at 7 o'clock.
, can uuclflrnlaud MARITIME. and a physician prescribed for me PASSENGER KATES. :
For the yeuri are coming to than when ; yet I did not improve. I then triech'oley's BRAWNER'SCIEAMC1
The !' rate from Pensacolawill
' tbey'll sigh, and softly grieve Honey and Tar, and eight passenger
1 -- doses cured me." Refuse substitutes be as follows:
Tbat they It ft the realm of cliildboodln the
" LaudofMake nulleve.j I BA!LED. W. A. D'Alemberte. To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
Hal bit Miro.fUl, Tarma.Genoa points-$600; round trip $10.
'j In the and of Make Evlleve there Is a vine I rr ss August Belmont ilw", Rogers, To Apalachicola and Carrabellef850 -
tbat meets the I Tarn pico A. CARD. round trip $15. SALE
tky $ ;
Nor LkTeutonia.5H5, SUlfusen,GarlitoD
And Jack goes up and down it-" have These fare! include first class
We wish to the colums of THE
and meals.
andl I cabin, stateroom
eueu him you ; I
, It will Surprise you-Try It. NEWS to thank the and be securedby
There's lading( path that leads us to the newspapers Further information can
, hushes of tbo vmoU, I It is the medicine above all others all the good people of Pen acola. who applying at the company's officesin

. a-many limes we've trod it with the for catarrh and is worth its weightin helped to make the "Old Deestrick8kule" the Thiesen building. ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
W quaint Ked Uldingbood; I gold. Ely's Cream Balm does all
such a great success.
,,1 There's a frownlug clift surmounted by a that is claimed it.-B. W. Sperry: ,
castle grum and grim Hartford,Conn. "OLD DISTRICK SKCLE" QOOD RECOMMENDATION. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 54 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth,In all

' And old llluebvard lurks within It-you My son wes afflicted with catarrh. MANAGEMENT.SPECIAL "I have noticed that the sale of salts, all wool worth $3, special sale Colors, regular $I yard, this sale b9c
1. know bow we peered at lulU! He used Ely's Cream Balm and the Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver $l.98 suit. yard.
full line of
Remember we carry a
, lathe Land of Make Relieve we used to M disagreeable. C.Olmstead catarrh, Arcola all, Ill left, him.J. MONDAY. Tablets is almost invariably to those Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin, 41-

>.") rauiQle up and down used them," Mr.J. I prices to suit everybody.Look Inch Dress Goods, latest oat, regular
1. The Balm does not irritate and 36-inch Fltchville Bleaching, 10 who have once says
. the in the etrecti of
To the Piper
%1 llamfliutuwu; I cause sneezing. Sold by Elv Brothers yards for69c! Monday only.F. H. Weber, a prominent druggist' at our Show Underwear.We Window. for $fl yard, this sale 89c yard.
56 Warren street Sew York. E. BRAWNER. I prices! on
.; And we taw the fairy mother make the I of Cascade, Iowa. What better recommendation a swell line of Ladies' 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool
I! horses rear and prance could any medicine Flannel and Bilk Waists at prices so and Bilk, regular $1 yard, this sale
When we rude with Cinderella the palace THElARKETS.COTTON CO TO L W. PEAKE'S.Xo.30 have than for people to call for it everybody can wear one. 74c yard.
I for the dance; when In need t>f such a remedy? Try 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
n And ofeveningsyouremewberbowwesaw South Palafox street, for your them when you feel dull after eating Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta. silk warp, regular$1 yard, tbi
home one go by, electrical work. He is prepared to ,when you have a bad taste in drawers to match. sale 85c yard.
! And we knew it was the Sandman come to do you a first-class job at moderate i your mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite 60 dog Men's Fleeced Lined Un 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot,
shut each blinking eye! REPORT. prices. Phone 203. or when troubled with constipation dershirts, worth BOc, special 33c; all colors, regular 35c yard, this sale
and you are certain to be delighted drawers to match. 25c yard.
All others-how we loved them! How
a with the prompt relief which 30 dos Men's All Wool Red Untler- trJast Received a Full LineN
Till they at last used they to COWl sent a and message play that they'd I Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. $2.50 IWPORTLANDCEMENT per barrel. A. V. CLUBBS, they afford. For sale by all druggists shIrt! worth $1, special 7&c; drawersto I aisti ngs, regular c yard,this sale

l co more, one day, Lowe & Co. : and medicince dealers. match. .. 15c yard.
Corner Bra and Garden Street* 100 doz Men's All wool CamelsHair 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
II. For they bad to leave us lonely with our Spots. !
: broKen dreams and toys We have just received our Undershirts, worth $1.50. spec.lalldrawersto Day Skirts, worth $1.60, special sale
, Good Mlddllng..9 1.-1 match, in White, 98e each.
i 1.ll i While the they little staid girls behind and childhood with Strict l\ iddling..9 *T-s Mardi Gras 1903 line of Heywoud Go- Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-

I Let us let the children have them ere the Middling .................. ....9 : Carts with all the latest im We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,
when Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; special worth $4, special sale 12.43 each.
years come grieveThat Strict Low Middling..813.16Low Call and
I provements.
found thJ from to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladles' Black and Colored
highway the
Land they of ever Make Believe! Middllng..8 1-2 them; they are beauties. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $l.W, special
Tone Unsteady. &Balls and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 98c each.
Marston{ Qv{ na. 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured ;
To the regret of many,the Wednesday FUTURES. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 /00 to (6, special

I Musicale to be given at the resi )March............. .... ..........9.3 .CONCORDIA HALL Hot French Waffles with Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; sale 1.98 to$4.93 each.Ready.toWear .

dence of Mrs. T. V. Kessler will be May........................... ..9.12 ... Florida Cane atSolomon' drawers to match. Jackets, our price
: Syrup We carry a fall line of Ladies', $1.48 to $8 each. You will save

postponed on account of the appear NAVAL STOKES MARKET Tuesday Night i feb. 24th, .. Men'i and .Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
ance of Al. H. Wilson at the opera that we can save you 25c on. buying.
house Thursday evening, February12th. AT 9 O'CLOCK. Remember-W carry a fall line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at n.Wto
for Too Mews bUnion
Daily house
Reported furniture
I went to Pryor'a
of Men's Clothing; Bongnt at OOc on 15; worth nearly double.
Naval Stora Co. FIUSTCLASSICSIC: on West Government street and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece

.0811. LARGE DANCING HALL. famished my entire house for Just Just*price off other merchants. suit, worth.II.W, special 98c suit.Don't .

i Miss Alberta Hyer was the hostess WW_ 1125 H_ __$2S5WU one-half of what I expected to pay.

I t. of a very charming reception yesterday _:___ t ss ___ All maskers will be examined at It was a surprise to me, and I don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you LOOK
ff N. ___ a AS F___ 1901 the door and no objectionable characters -
from 4 to 6 in honor of Mrs. i
11.____ 343 K.__ !oD. will be admitted. i know why I remained single so long. at Ours. Remember the Place,
I Chipley Robertson Seize and Mrs.
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I William Calhoun Massey of Atlanta 1.-___ % 80 C4belowI908FI.ITI ITICKETS 50 CENTS. 's tie Best far oc. 105 S. Palafox St F. E. BRAWNER.
and Miss Robertson of Ban: Francis TvnnTIJI.-. Ball begins after Carnival Parade.ii' gur9i ,


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