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 11, 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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I put" for'tne'United" States for tne cal-
WASHINGTON LETTER :JI'm'"rat wlio refused two offices.-* I"
enda? year 1902, anthracite and bituminous
New York Times.I'nrle .
was only 5 per cent less than
[Special Correspondence.] ,
norfii:?'. and yet this: slight decrease '. J..eV. Porud,.. "I
A request Las just been received Ly has such
produced a commotion that in "
"John. said "Uncle Joe" Cannon tdRepresentative
the civil service commission from the somo instances the famine has been
Dalzell "
of Pittsburg, 1
Smithsonian institution for a certified most In
severe the bituminous belt. >C
was out in your town the other day,
sna-e calthfr. and examinations i Uaio't Rrilaued Yet. ; and I stand for all they say about Itriaoke.

;\' bo b>!d by; tLe! former named Justice; Shiras was at the White And, John, did you t'yrr heaa #

All Cooks Delight fa using governmental adjunct to test the ability Uou the other day. On departing he : the l'itbllUr'rsion of "Mary Had a

of oardidati's for the place. The was asked If the time for his retirement : Little Lamb?"'

pay ,is iiot excos-.ive! being! ; $liOO per had been fixed. "I haven't resigned "No" Dalzell replied. "I can't say

Pet Brand :ir.nm. but lh<- piod: work: that the incuml:1t yet and cannot give you the that I have."
date" of my retirement." I "
"Well. said "Uncle JInth
will do In the interest of scim. appro
Exactly what Justice Shiras' plans : Jriate gestures, "this is it
searfe'v calculate.
Evaporated Cream 2 is:* Accordingt are ho has not made public. It is notnecessary
of tlie institution; "Mary had a little lamb
> tlie: rcj-jufni"nts for him to resign to retire.CARL Its fleece was white as snow;

'. .':" (0" .fnl cjnJIiai.t:: r.unt 1"" !'II SCIIOFIELD.A It followed her to Pittsburg.

5-iurs, always ready, never causes disappointment at the last -'oil HI L. -iiic-to:,if-'y: Li nJ itsile l.r.l11d.. o And now look at the dum thIng" .
moment when meals are ready to be served. Your cook iuarunterd Cure for HiesItcblng

will be delighted because it is so handy; you will bo na.t li!.tve a faiiuliar ac'H.ainlance: HUm, r.leedinb or Protruding A Cure For Lumb3go.W. .

delighted because it is the purest and most appetizing.We \\ illi l.ii.d. mariu:' ard'U.u< Pile. ., Your druggist will refund your :

are placing the cap label reproduced herewith on l'.trr.cLins and be S.MJ not only to riDreyif PA7.0 OIXIMENT faiU to Willnnn: of Amhfrst.! Va.f
ajrs : "For ni )re than a I sufftred -
m 11jiln.. every can of our product This is done for your prctection. citch, but ( la""iftill'lli and place you. ;.0 cents from lumbieo. I finally yejtr
-| Our name on the label means that it is the best : tried ,
their: remains (.n .r\ubti: in tl.c several Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it ,
richest and purest Ask dealer for Pet Brand. 0
j.las< i.i.-es in tho'! dL-'pIay: rooms pave me entire reliVf, which all
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO., Highland, II!. other remedies hicj failed to do."

"Larue"l"rodllCCri oJ Lwpuroltri(,'rtom." & cf the ni'i-evia. E1prl"IIN'llh: fin Abupnt- Sold by all druggists and medicine i
J Iw of tho in :tituli'
It is tln sjieclal : : minded In'lhhru"t.. dealer

to iu >let,- collection ofI --- --- ---- --
n srt'urc n [ Wills invited me to dinner one afternoon '- ;

I I lh" ovijarous reptiles of the United when I met him! iu the Strand. I FOREIGN FACTS. "7?. :

Stale: ;*, and n ceriIcite will be issued: ..
FACTS IN FEW LINES adoptiHl for eomn1f'rl' al'p'urpclIl's in I I' to the catcher by the :-Im'il'tr Tor the accepted reminding him that as he S'ia and Switzerland are the only j
he had better make
Germany and is now being tested with Prevention of Cruelty to Animals pcrluittiu was absentmiuded states absolutely without a D8\';). That ,.},

i -r. in Knglaud receive 10.31 a Uew to its adoption several other '' ? Lira to slay them as he sees a note of the evening. As he bad no of Belgium is extremely small.
Hurupeau 'Oulltri.'s.s is well known paper in his pocket he wrote the date
t ( fit and most safe to his own interest's, Italian army officers have been forbidden
C n-tinas day, IS71}. was the wettest the sj s-teui depends ou the wave method lie will also lie supplied with the latest ou his shirt cuff.: When the appointed to visit the gaming tables at '
arrived I went to his studio.
but the Installation is evening
4 .' ,>a t century.Trn comparatively devised appliances for the successful Monte Carlo while on furlough.
sim le. The door was opened by Wills, and I
:ssion to reside in Canada has I pursuit of his avocation, and nets and The numlier of Bismarck monuments
The Christian: Endeavorers of America could see that he bad forgotten all
to large number of British chloroform will occupy a large space of all kinds in and '
: ;-i !! a Germany other European
"Ah old fellow.
about the appointment. ,
have twenty-nine churches in
[I' .'1> in the paraphernalia. countries now exceeds 300 by,
11.wi'll destitute portions of the United States.Twentyone he exclaimed "do not be too .
\ arc subscribing for a mont A\hlte Ilonm Cost More >O T. t ono. ,
hard on mt>. The cuff went to the
of these hate been built
Krie, Pa., to the late Cap- by the Christian ,'a\'or Missionary Colonel Theodore mn ham, superintendent wash, and the date with it. But there At a recent meeting; of the Swiss Alpine 1t:

: irles V, (Iriilloy.A of public buildings and grounds club It was stated that 4C2, or 6S
League of the Reformed Church inAmerica. Is a fowl in the pot lwilinghcre, continued
titl glue may be made by put- The Christian Endeavor I Washington, in his report to conpress :\11'. Wills. "Just come in and per cent, of the Swiss guides are intured. -

!>htha hi a wide necked bottle asks for an appropriation of .
wait few minutes.
olving shellac in it. gifts: from this: denomination during $110. t1 for the White House for the a Cheap lodgings for the will bo 0:
.the past year have amounted to $10- I had my misgivings; but walked inside poor
is-sian of coming year against ?S5tH>J for the provided In several buildings to be
department agriculallotted -
0< 477. and sat down ui>on the only chair

$.:1I,4"M) to increase Hawaiian fuel has heretofore been present year. The report says: not crowded with paint brushes and erected in Vienna on the model of tho
.if Siborlnu butter "The recent dianses iu the Inwtull houM-s ill London.
coal from Australia dJie Iy. Within far I'aldtl'ft.l'r waiting for about
House have resulted a building
i !i.-d years: ago there were ytar this will be entirely superseded maintain than for twenty minutes, feeling deucedly hun The Caucasus mountains, which are

to each luo people in with fuel from California, with a saving n'\fre expensive to of the Cttinsrs gry, I groaned. This had the effect of said to I* grander than the Swiss, will
The character new -
i. 1 tl.ere! are seventeen.f of 35 to 50 per cent iu cost Contracts merly. reminding Wills that I was present.He soon' be made accessible to tourists.
is such that -
"> merchant ships In have already been signed for the and furnishings; repairs ,II exclaimed in a drl'amy'oic "The Plans are being made for a network of
will be
and replacing more expensive
I null in Great BritaIn delivery of 750,000 barrels: of fuel oil I I fowl must be boiled by this time," and I narrow gauge railways.
than before and it will be
time since ISO". I per annum iu Hawaii!, and within a coming forward he lifted the lid of the I Mot of the waiters In English hotels .
ciisive to replace specially
more exi> '
:,ve years the labor year the consumption will be 1.000,000 designed pilvcr doorknobs and es- pot and peered inside. "It is very are Oermans, who ask lower wages .

.\ York state ha\e I barrels IK.T annum. f' odl," hs remarked, "but I cannot than the English because they want to ;
cutclu'ons silver and gilt hinges etc.
-:lip TJ per cent. I Since Japan has gone to school In Hardwood floors and tiling will require the fowl. Extraordinary! No one has learn the language well for use In continental

i! \ u :is the average Europe aiid America her Inlluencothroiifthout extra labor to keep in order. More been here, so the bird cannot have hotels or business houses.

.'-.1 '. 'i irsons; ) buried In I Ii I : the east has been steadily help will be needed in the laundry bt-en stolon." The Kobe Chronicle, speaking; of tho

-,!I. Devon Well tho long and short of it is that imperial iron foundry in Japan, says;
j' I' England. growing. In the Interior of China, owing to the large family which oc.1 r.:

1. ,, : ', ,;' iu*
:, .'. '! ,!',. 1thl' frost a-iid huui thought of going, the Japanese are locating amount of entertaining done." the studio, noticed a peculiar odor and i the limited supply of ore in that country j

: ." I" \. ''' .ire frozen up in the themselves, and Manchuria, A Hello \Vnrliurton Manor Hun r. I dlscov ered the old fowl rapped up in I and that the government hopes to !

r: I where Ilussta is supposed to have supreme a piece! of brown }lall'r. "Ah!" said secure the privilege of working thff
Dr. J. of Washington
control the tradesmen Dudley Morgan I Wills "now I know how It all lIapPl'U.1. rich Ilangang iron mine in China.
11 4 I!: the number of ;, Japanese has quite recently acquired possession ,
outiiuuriier the Russians fifty to five.So When the Cowl was brought in '
I: -- :t jpar from all the i: of a magnificent knocker which at one THE

'" < 11.1'1 o\cr 7ItOiHHJ( ( I I many cases of troublesome short time graced the front door of the old there came a smart \'Isitor-Lady G.- : MODES OF MOMENT.

!: .d!> i is increasing.: I I.x I circuiting of electric wires have occurred Warburtou manor house, situated not \ about sittings for her portrait I must I

i.' :. ri-prescntini* the recently by owls crows hawks, far from Fort Washington: the seat of have throw the fowl behind canvas mack and steel combinations In trimmings

,'/ I''\ i' 'me, to light; in IVl- eagles, etc., lighting on the wires that the IHgges family, ono of the most distinguished and forgotten all about it. Rut now :; are fashionable.
old fellow do shut !" London Mail..r'I Handsome collars) of lace or embroidery
the Electrical Ileviow suggests the expedient houses inMaryland. up -
*> IS bought for ?U). It and aristocratic
are been on the dressiest lit
I -.inline Albert Diinr. of putting' scarecrows on the The object iu question isaltogether
of the The electrical inventors The Porll....... frocks.
\* I 1..' li was stolen from tops polos. different from the generallun

.a Munich some years have found ways to head off most of old fashioned kuotkers "an article The Parsee, untra mint led by his surroundings Ulcece lined white piques are madoup

of the technical troubles of electric distribution of house equipment which many of is seen in Bombay In all into fhirt waists for the winter; shears, guided: but the pranki of nnlmalIIrl' the preent generation doubtless never \ wealth of height and ress. The months.

'''.ivv from an aver- more difficult to pr \'nt. saw; and of the use of which they are are, without exception, tall, finely Tho 1ms turban with a wide and deep

n.inute-s. The fast- -- Ignorant. It is: made of brass from one I' formed and stately and possess a robustness fur brim and \chtt crown is modish
The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle and beauty quite at for street wear. .
''i, IJlIHllHlwl'r11I'ars of the I'.ritisli cannons captured in the
Vanilla rCxtract will iv>t 'itnne for I'
war of 1S12:: and is beautifully cast, with their Hindoo neighbors. Long ribbon sashes are much worn. J
.Htcs to the sheep.i the' annoyanc of ha\in of Their street costume is a peculiar The ends are broad and soft and reach J
clwwMl and engraved in the form
er has the form of that is "ju"t a littl oil" ia ILivor. t
'.'i 1'. Always buy RurnAt't.Oil' trefoils and scrolls, artistic and harmonious long white cotton gown, wide to the bottom of the gown.

,if as a whole. of the same material and color and In the way of hat trimming the newest
XI'York and tall miter shaped hat They have thing is a bunch of orchid
purple ?
I'. .. 1.1' Silk InIf GI0Tf'.. \\"ill Hate rinatinc Itnth.
'iwly r.rixiklynlUnuii
general reputation for sobriety, frugality and ferns on a white fur hat.
1\ .: tiiiiiloj- iu jour hands are always FO .arm Washington is to have its first float-

.I.! -, a hold on Lake that jou ruin your gloves with uulsturo Ing bath this coming summer. Heretofore and sagacity, and they seem Collar niid cuff sets of huckabnck
understand the accumulation
beach has : done in cross t-titt-h, arc the latent to be
will establish lOU will wdcomc a useful i idea of the public bathing
.1 a vajouug -
of fortunes in this I
t I..' women toilly a clever woman. After she had wasted filled the public want, but now that the the Hebrews., The respect resembling '. adopted by the most stylishly gowned

y > hundreds of dollars on gloves and ;yet bathing beach is no more it was the women.
residents of
.... uevt-r felt well fl's'II-for the palms special effort of Commissioner West Bombay are A fancy selvage of several colcra
s :ii'.illy!! : the name of alin.
,. of her gloves were always damp and before the house committee ou the DistrIct finishes some of the coarse woven
; \\ having a port int Where Cobra Are Held to Be S.t'.
dark-she discouTwl that oil f'lIk.wouJd to have provision made for a public cloths of the winter, and it suggests
; : 'iliar, was accustomed The Hindoos on account of their superstition
prevent pcr.spinit'ma from comingthrough. :: bath where the populace at large a pleasing decoration to the costume.
on I'as.inn'sst'ls.. His are loath to destroy f
Oa the palm of each glove could enjoy the pleasures of a swim iu very ,

a ri-sularly understood she pasHd: thin oil !on.: This was covered the summer months. As the District cobra. It appears prominently in An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. ,
!R f aiii'iunt was added to mythology and it is venerated both
with thin muslin.: The silk is bill passed the bouse it carried an appropriation time \
the jrootl-a.! ome ago my daughter
a symliol of a malicious and destructive
I paxttil on with just a fcuspichm of pure for $5,0 i j. caught a severe cold. She complained J
"i Sunday School unionolebrate b"U1l arable. by the commissioners for the purpose power and also a beneficent one.According
its centenary to Mr. A. K. Forbes, of pains in her chest and had a
of giving the city a substitute for l'

> a forward movement Ivory Knife Hiiniilrs. the old bathing beach In a modified are looked upon as guardian angels bad cough. I gave her Chamber t

i ''-T l.untHiO new schol- and there is a Rengalese tradition lain's Cough Remedy according to .
The iu>ry handles of fable knivca form of the Boston style of public
5s :.inlay schools of Great may l>e cleaned by the application of a bath. a male infant auspiciously shaded by directions and in two days she wa* I' !
:>...-.h these lOO.KX) new cobra will come to the throne. well and able to go to echool. I. :
of ammonia and oli\e oil in .
mixture To Aid Prohibition Enforcement.The
.' ,iV-d. have used this remedy in my family :it;
equal parts with onoudi: prepared judiciary committee of the house Hard Work.Mrs. for the past seven years and have fit

> it wid.-ning; of the scope chalk: to make a paste. Rub this mix has favorably reported a bill to meet never known it to fail," says James 1
A.-I'm surprised thnt
-es i> instanced by the ture on the ivory and lot it dry before the conditions brought about by the Prenderga, merchant, Annato Bay, i1

''in:! of classes in garnrk brushing! itf. If not effective the first original package decision! of the supreme husband earns so little if he works Jamaica, West India Islands. The t

II weaving and loa,.- time, try a second application.Absorbent court, which decision was in effect hard as you say. What does be do? pains in the chest indicated an approaching
Mrs. 15.-The last thing; he did attack of
u the llyanuls (Mn ;!.) that the states in the exercise of ,
I calculate how times which in this instance
and in to many a was undoubtedly
a course millinery I
Cotton. could not interferewith
their public powers warded off Chamber i
ticked in the course of 1,000 ytars.Casr by
J'Kblle ScluHls.ritord .
A package of absorbent cotton is one the Introduction of liquors In lain's Cough Remedy. It counter t

Inwik of the con'ist of the coiiu'iiiences appreciate by the original packages.; The decision prewnted to Meet."Have acts any tendency of a cold toward :

1 : / : minisu-rs in Massa-, up to date housewife. One of its uses the enforcement of prohibitory trouble in pneumonia. Bold by all druggists ',"

x I'vu discoxennl iu the Is: in removing grease spots from wo 'lens. laws enacted by several states. The you any and medicine dealers. l
creditors old chap?
.c Missionary union. TreI'loston. If applied immediately after oil, bill seeks to correct this by subjecting your ,.
"Xo whatever. I meet -
difficulty a\
It was formed milk, butter, cream or other greasy Intoxicating liquors imported from one !

"--'. The book is of much in- substance has been spilled oil a fabric, state into another to the jurisdiction of e\'erywhere, old boy. J2.50 per barrel A V. CLUBBS,

1 .'luo and worthy of careful it will absorb every trace. the laws of the state into which they Corner Bra and Harden Streets.

''.,. are imported. Escaped an Awful Fate.

')'11) one American motor TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Xothing to SilT Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn, Fla. If you want your office

1 to any extent in Belgium.s Take Laxative Kromo Quinine Tabled All The president gave out an order last writes: "My doctor told me I furnished go to Marston gQuina's.

run by steam. Though il druggists refund tbe..oney it it falls to fall urging heads of departments and Consumption and nothing could nave elegant
They an
cure. K. \v. tfroYe's;signature Is on tacb
ry smoothly, it is yet a questtUaher their but
bureaus to curtail reports
box. 230.Hot. done for me. I was given up
... ." '> its extreme light- with few exceptions: the result of the offer of a free trial bottle of Dr.King's line of roll top desks

.. .1 stanj the wear and tear of Chocolate with order was not discernible. Assistant New Discovery for Consumption and ofllce chairsGoldring'a .

.. j'i I'a\'J streets and higho Whipped Cream at Solomon Secretary Darling of the navy depart induced me to try it.
: No. 3 saloon at the
were startling. am now on
country. ment took the order literally. lie made t.
,,/. l -t.\l states has :21X1,000:! miles s.We no rePort at all. road to recovery and owe all to Dr.King's Union depot, since its opening bsa

!) *. upon which there are 54$ the "The chiefs of bureaus have written New "Discovery. It become noted as the place to find
" are only furniture saved my life. This great cure
''S for each 100 miles. The know and the best and purest brands of liquors
dealers in the who In detail everything that I /guaranteed for all throat and lun ; ,
s'i operating theso roads with city carry more, too," he said. "If I made a report diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, to be found in the city You will _
,'t I-wer is, ?502CoO,000 a year, a compute line of china it would be a rehash of their re South Palafox street. Price 60c receive polite attention and be made ,

wr.. 'frry oa the same amount ofT cases and sideboards. We ports. So I have nothing to say." 11.00. Trial bottle free.Foiey's welcome.

tL.. ;h taen and horses would cost sett them fur cash Coal Output. I I
.trv or on Hot French Waffles with
." ?11,w\,5l1 ,
,. ., wriliaS telegraph system, in."d easy payments. Marstonft. resources in the geological survey calls Kidney Florida Cane Syrup at "

t'y a Baltimorean,.has-been! Quina. atteatian toJSe.fact.thaJ the. coal out- m a kidocys asd bI&dcfcr right Solomon -

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Instead of railing in cakes and puddings \ ?

try dates.

} Cold fried and scrambled eggs If

f Crackers With chopped and mixed with mincemeat,

will Improve the latter.

In roasting a turkey baste frequently -

I A Kerosene FlaVor but con't stick a fork into the fiesby

part of the fowl and thus let the pris

oned juices escape.

t They are known as the common bulk soda cracker. All To obtain a few drops of onion Juice for Infants and Children.

grocers don't have them in this flavor-some of them do.It's cut take surface a slice with of the a onion sharp and knife scrape over the the The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the sfona.;

lure of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been mule under hit

l... no fault of the groc rman. He sells bulk soda crackers i dish.To you make wish soups to and flavor.gravies richer and personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no OliO

because few still the meat and to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
a customers buy them as a matter of habit. He better first place vegetables
in a saucepan, with a little butter "Jiis.t-as.good" are but Experiments, and endanger the

also sells kerosene. and cook slowly a half hour before add health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

Between measuring out kerosene and putting bulk biscuit in ing the layer water.A of sliced. onions placed on the The Kind You Have Always Bought

a bag things will get mixed. top of a roast of beef and allowed to Bears the Signature of
cook there will give a delicious flavor

If you do not fancy the kind with the kerosene flavor ask for to the meat while their distinctive flavor -

be noticeable.In .
will not
; Uneeda. Biscuit in the In-er-seal Package'j! at / '. ; making pastry have the edges

f I 4,4. quite untouched. Do not even smooth

them with your finger. It is the air In

r Made with the utmost care; clean bakeries, clean the paste that causes the flakes; therefore -

do not press it out. This is the In Use For Over 30 Years.
bakers best material. Packed in air
an tight, dust .. .
rule in all kinds of pastry.A TMC ecNT.un eo. "', TT U K T.T CCT. new renii CITY

proof package that does all that it was made to do- IF ..;:

Lovable Old Woman ---- ----
keeps the biscuit fresh, clean and dry. They reach You sometimes see a woman whose

,! you in perfect condition-just as they left the oven. old ape bloom Is as of exquisite her was You the wonder perfect +r r its B. WRIGHT GOffiPflJi!l,

NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY how this has come about; you wonder

> how it is her life has been a long and t. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS

: happy one. llere are some of the reasons '

,y. .- n : LUMBER LATHS
-- -- -
: She knew how to forget disagreeable ,

, I II She kept her nerves well hand and > d I
I ', KiprripnrrVith One That ..nj Ilecap you ever In jour boyhood try whet: One Theory of the Great Jlan'n rail-
inflicted them on no one. ;
;> ,\ ;>arenll>' Killnl.Alligators ;: folks ci.ll hcwln' err?" ore Waterloo.. --:t ; PEXPACOI.A. FLA
If It with chll hood, She mastered the art of saying pleas-
quit you
:' cove rapidly under wa'"rare ;I ( you was tlbin well enough.your ) Napoleon, according Alexander ant things. __ ._ ._ .n____ __ ___

hard to !'t't" harder to Lit. and t': ,. But in thinkin"! back a minute can you Dumas, lost such battles as he did lose She did not expect too much from her
I .liarpoou will jH-'nttraie only tlw leas recollect a case because he wrote such a fiendish hand. friends. COAL AND WriOD.WE
When your cai>*.r didn't end by puttn'shame I
: accessible of tiei L. Nr
portions ily. Into your face'Didn't His generals could not read LIs notes She made whatever work came to her .
i does the title to the LUlt; nectssart1y! oM Ituslliaticn come an1 give and letters typewriting had not been congenial.She .
pass making \\eaj>on. your ribs a nudge
Invented and the trembling marshals, retained her illusions and did not
For make fizzle when we
we always a
One afternoon 1tll > Clioesifcowlts-
I, < : to cut a splurge. afraid of disobeying: and striving to in- believe all the world wicked and un THIS WINTER THAN EVEU PEFCRE
tee river I harpooned a largo nlllpatr-r! kind.

which towed me up and down t:.<' I have seen folks all my lifetime git along terpret the indecipherable commands,
She relieved the miserable and sympathized SEND US YOUR ORDERS NCW
vtrcaui for an Lour or two and then in bully ship loitered wandered and did not come up
with the sorrowful.She .
hulked in its deepest part I pulled! ru Till they seen lame other people that they to the scratch, or not to the right
thought they orto ape; never forgot that kind words anda Thompson Olsen d Gr
scratch. Thus Waterloo lost Can
11 1 the line until the hott"Il< directlyover was .
Then they started for th' breakers under smile!! cot nothing, but are priceless ,
: him and stirred him tip with the ev'ry Inch of sail. not you fancy Grouchy handing round
.i t harpoon pole. He rolled himself up oi An' they always got their! bumpin'-never Napoleon's notes on that sanguinary treasures to the discouraged. _Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
She did unto others she would be _
knowl'd th' rule to fail. Sunday? "I cries the marshal to as
\ the line In the manner peculiar to say,
1ii\i as like as not they'd sour, clalmln' done by and now that old age has
harks nnd alligators and banged the his aid-de-camp, "is that word Gem- ESTABLISHED 1862.
some one has a grudge
come to her and there Is a halo of white
; boat suggestively. We rowed to the People always mnke a fizzle when they try bloux: or Wavre? Is this Blucher or
hair about her head she Is loved and
bank and. making fast to some bushes. to cut a spludge. I'.ulow?" So probably Grouchy tossedup
considered. This is the secret of McKENZIE
J a long OERTING & CO.
hauled on the line until wo sucivoded for it and the real words may have ,
Them as Bits there ain't th' critters 'at life and a happy one.
In worrying him nearly to the boat, goes stralnln' round at thing been none of these at which he offered Q -DEALERS 11'- 0
11 when Le rose to the surface and attacked iwallera makes a heap I less tiuturin' than his conjectures Meanwhile on the left .. .

us with open mouth. We repelled chickens with their wings.Ain't and center D'Erlon and Jerome and CONSTIPATION.Every .
and General
no better way than stickin' to your Ship Chandlery 8adwaretoos
the attack with harpoon 1'011'and knit Un' right along; Ney were equally puzzled and kept on civilized person uses soap

rifle. The former was promptly! If you can't brat t'others talk in', try to sending cavalry to places where It was and water to wash' off the accumulation AND COS a P.\L.\1-XX 8TKEUT.

tiittcu in three pieces, but the latter apparently drown 'em with a song, very uncomfortable (though our men of dirt and filth from their body,
r flushed lira. It was t-o ncarlv An' If plain hard work's your specialty I seldom managed to hit any of the cavaliers but how many sufferers of constipation - AGENOY-

::7 dark that we tledi'.etl to carry Mm in But Just unless buckle you're down fond an'of drudge fizzlin' never firing too high) and did no sort think about the accumulation REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S BONt1 ('U "
of filth within their which is GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE RUtsBEL
body, A. & BON'S PUMPfC23H
I the skiff a railo down the river to where try to cut a upluds of good. Napoleon may Lever have been

. our stoup was' nucihorel.I'e broke the -S. W. Oilman In lUltimore American. I apprised of these circumstances. His a hundred good health times than more the dirt detrimentalto on the tuiiu h\i\\\ \ till! SiEth-d I! loitrceiaats! nUll, iitkers, ();!:11

.. seats out of the bout and together) mnnag'il ''oM writing master was not on the outside. The waste matter of food
The Uraniuic Ilooiu.New
1 ti ift the head of the alligator !, scene of action. Nobody dared to say, passes Into the bowel;*, which are
C. McKemia Oertin Cullectia Agent for Bar Pilots' Benrr ". ; s AHCci'ition.
). aboaid and tie It.Ve then tlwl the "Sire I what does this figure: of a centlped I the natural Fewer of the human *

d: other cellv11eu the toplllo came tlli" mean, and how are we to construe eyeteni. If here this waste I is; allowed .

life and 1 landed a blowiih Lit tail these two thick strokes llanke! by to accumulate the warmth of

i"l' which lifted! me out of the skiff into blots?" The Imperial temper was peppery the body Foon eels up fermentation. THE GARDEN SECTION
ard formed
V decomposition are
!, the saw grass, with the breath knocked ; the great man would have torn : gasses
I which are carried into the blood
., out of and hand t1ttN ttlR off Ms Interrogator's and I
, my body my and face fly.Wr.GUT epaulets and circulated through the whole o-OF-o
'. badly cut by the Pause $- danced UIKHI them. Did he not once system, and disease is the inevitable

t.u and Nmtnu'ii were ('ap<;i7.I t. As er draw his pistol to shoot n little dog 'I result. IFensacola, Fl o rida .

my ride lind fortunately JHH-II left upon I that barked at his horse? And when The beat remedy for constipation

t the bank, I'a;; able to kill the nllisa- the pistol!'ed fire the great soldier i is HEPATICURA, because it moves
Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
,1i tor a7.1;lit. We secured by lloating threw it at the dog and did not hit him. the bowels easily and naturally I

the boat under him and then bailing it The little dog; retreated with the honors without irritation, griping or sick

,; out. The alligator: cumplftely filled the / nP of war. eninsr. It gives strength and toneto Beautiful Lots for Sale.
DR JEACt'MDENTI5T: f the liver and eventually cures.
boat, SK th't! iny rcmiiiininii aiul I sit Suiii was: the temper of Xapol'on.IItHI Hold: all
by druggistsv.n.BTV
upon bis bark as we paddled don the ( we know what Marlborough 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each, accord

riser with :gunwales unpleasantly near thought of the value of an equable
the water.It I rr \ i; teuper.oadly could ask Bonaparte .XI.. ing to location and surroundings.

was growing dark lIII the water to write a legible Land, so his generals I5r,the 1 bs Kind You Have A'mys! Bard View
e Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful
I around us was becoming alive withalligators. dlC lived a life of conjecture ns to his !( :. ,

While we were reflecting: meaning, and Waterloo was not a success ; High, Dry Fertile Lands.

upon our overloaded condition our alligator ./ t-7:: \ and the emperor never knew why. - --- -

" i I came to life again and shifted Of all his seven or eight theories of his If you want a nice present to givEto The grandest opportunity for investment ever

I' ballast uitlvat'r poured over the w failure at Waterloo, his handwritingwas a friend, go and look through the offered in Pensacola.

gunwale. We quickly biilam-ed the not one. Yet if this exploration elegant line of suitable articles at

(I.. boat, only to see it again disturld and .-.<<.0\\-0. had occurred to him Napoleon would J. I. Stephens, you surely can find Home Seekers Should See These Lots
to ship more water. A scramble for tile certainly have blamed his pens, ink something to please! you. If you

; chore followed which we n'III'h..l with York Times i and paper ll.ose of Nelson at Copenhagen want anything in the Diamond line
be sure to BaA him before you buy.JfpdfJin .
out capsizing and where we left our wl'reIr}' b\>l. "If your guns -V.Clubbs

victim for the night after again killing r:i.traUK.I lire. are no better than your pens," said aDallidl
him. In the nviriiing our buzzard The man was very angry and now olticpr1'0 came in tinder aHag 5, tfie Best f e r oc..
that his tongue was I04Jsl'tIl1e upbraided of before the Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
friend from the Homosassa river, surrounded truce fight and was

by his family, was sitting Ins wife bitterly. asked to put a uipssage Into writing,
"You are extravagant! he cried. "On. I CASTORIAFor F, 0. BRKNT, WM. H KNOW LEt!. W. K. HYES, JK., J. $. KKEHK
above him in the tree waiting for us to "you Lad better retire. -Andrew Langin
attend to our caning duties.-Country ly jesterday I paid a bill of $IlIUtlO) for Longman's Magazine.Judge President. Vice-Presldanh Cutler. An't C'b:>r

t Life In America. the persons you killed with your automobile Infants and Children.
last month* a u".'..II.III E t t a 1.

Hot C'romi Uuni. ".\1111"I'Q"lot.IJ' 1 Is sneering at me be- -What U your age madam? The Kind You Hate Always BoogH! First National RantOJ

t t In Its early days when, it Is to bo cuuse I run over such cheap I" ('pll'1: \\1tne's-I'm at least five years' Bean thSEND. A //
than the neighbors think .
[ hoped, it was more toothsome than itt wailed the woman, 4-o<'kin;; to anti fro younger me.Philadelphia
Press.IKNl'.UAti I hurt' of
111 now, the hot cross bun played "omeijt mieraWy.Tliis e

part in converting the people of these touched I'oii'-onl'y's pride. lie r'KKNCH bUHKIUMFollowing -; i ?: PENSACOLA. TLA.

islands to C'hri-itiiiPlty. Pagan England: bit his lip. Should Le confess: that Le
I YOUR ORDERS DZSc1: : :>r7 OTO r fdt I
was in the habit of l'ltili'akl's/ In was wrong and ask to IK fnrtrUen? is the schedule of the i i+
. s: honor of the goddess of spring, and After all it was: only what he had fovernmentsteamerGenerul French :! to Pearl A Dolive\ for carpenter or WM H. KSOWLi:9. W. A. BLOUNT. C. BRENT-. K. HV

Christian missionaries found that always done lief ore.-New York Life. electrical work. H?pirTork; a D. G. BRENT,
which TUB NEWS prints for the I .
though they could alter the crews of .
' '" !benefit of the merchants who ;?hip | --- I' fl II \ "
tbl.I1"'II!! in reference to religious \ Srufte of \ alucK.i
, :heir goods to the \ariou army j jpwts II NOTICB. 4ta (
matters they could not Induce them to J i Mother (to her oen'u'j'l'ar-Qll son : II i nl e Y H ff tghtLrWe.1air y*
WilILiui. who has lien free of take -
withhold from the coiii-umption of confectionery. growing I I have been to
Le"ivee Hensecola... _. _.._.. _. 1:00 a. m. |
So they put the sign of the I I speeln- Billy clear, I wlI'c you 10tents I L.fftTt-5 KarratK'Hi......._ ... .._ ..... 7:'<, a m. 3ob"cripticn9 for Wm. Jennings I IPryan'd
a day f..r't'rJ' day ou dou't Leave. Plckens ..... .. ._.. .. ._ Iran a. m. ; i-aper, "The Commoner. j
cross upon the bun of tile Saxon era ; j say (4eavtsltarraneaa.... .. .. .. .....?. N:15a.m.Leave. i The is $1.00 in ad- ; : our cwu 1'iih ot Exchange on Great Britain, Ir'
r aDtII\lIl1dl.1 it upon missionary enterprise "darn fool"lfaroltl rVnticola. ... .. _... .. ._.10:15 &. m. I! vancp.price Those desiring per year the'panel I} Germany, Prance, AustrIa, Italy UoUand, pain, Belgium .1DPtt..
Arrives Karraneis 11:10 and then
litllo brother of five, with 1m. |
which has extended through; theIl1t'n''lIilll usies a trip to Fort McKt and then re-1 can have it sent to them by sending! J Jfl.POto way, !sweden, Denmark and other European cocntries.
:: centuries and survived till1I0w.l.ou.11I1I superior ain-llpuiph! If "dam fool1 Is urn to r.armncfts. I ILPRVMS the undersigned --'--
worth lu tents. I I know words Knrranca ._ ..__ .... lulu! p. m.1 I ; .
Tit Kits. grass H. M. RfK-HE I Wessels Disbursed upon the Most Fatorcblc Ters3, and '
t.l'a\.e.l"lC'kens.' .. .. ... .._ ....._..l:23p.ri.
that are worth a flIartcrmart: Set Leaves' PcDHacola.?_ .._._ _...___ salp.n.I I Care Daily !'ews.C.A.STOn.XA. Obligations Taken Payable at 1'0rof ostiraHoa Ten or Fiftecr hell
Leaves Picken 5:15 p.m.
after Vessel Arrives Ihere.
% Wet I mbrrlln.
1 Arrives B rraneas 5:: ,f Never leave an umbrella standing on Of Coiiroe.Novice rip to MclU-e and return. > .
i the polat in the ordinary way when (wanting to I.lIow-l'ray tell On WeJnerdays and Saturdays the Bean tt pars lwars, Eu:;: lzn.tme Safety Deposit Boxee for Rent in Connect>:

: ; loch The water trickles down (spoiling; me what an impressionist i... Why is boat wl1 leave Hirrancas: vla.I'jek- ; G. with which we hare a PriTa p&rtment for the ills

t'. the silk and making the wires rusty. It Lis grass red ai.d Lis sky ;green? ins for Pensacola at 6:30: p. m. 11"A/ Renters.
; The General French i3 for
! l'1ili"t1I1e'ell., ordinary artists armypurposes
V is also a mistake to open it and leave it try
1 ; only and any outsider must .
to paint what they !I"l'n impressionist
" minding, as this stretches the silk,
have a from the
: paints what he dot! Z making it baggy so that: it is iiupos>i- o take paaee o i hpr. !
ble to fold It smoothly. The proper he thinks one ought to see.-San 1'rau- ...

t way is to shake out as much of the cisco Town Talk. MEN AND WOMEN ThesetinyCapsuies: .rP.S11pen. TRY NEW DISCOVERY W. C. ROWE, M. D.

i, water as possible; then stand the urnfcrella CREa Tw Big U for nnnntnr.l to Balsam: of Copaiba.Crbeba 1 ,
Ciidrnre."They I.t..a4p dWbarge.ineamm.ttone, and FOR THAT COLD. : Office: 1710 8. 1'.ldol.
i l 011 its handle to drain. G..ra.teea irntationt or nlceralion.f InjectiO-ii. IfJDY
say that u man can't tell a lie eatuitzi.t.n. maeoQf niembraDee.Pminlwi They cure ID 48 hours HIP I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ;; Hour from tto9:1) to I P-a
with his hands :" h..wr rwY.lw. .n< Dot MlriB- }
open. tlwNSCNtNIC LCO, wme i., .Itnl"'l, Cures Consumption.Coughs
.a grot or rofonaai. .lbM WyUl."U- and after 7 o'clock
JI'WiU'. Witch Hazel Salve Tes, and I have evidence! of it." t7NEIriTtt Hold by Druggists 0 c ., r'!. ail 0 qt U i n&lICrIn; !: |
"What?" Gila. or rent in plain Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, ) JPliono tIC.I .
The only positive cure for blind erpre... prepaid, for -
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I .
"You uiuchcd fi when I -
your ts you (1 Oft.orSlK>ttlr. J7i. 3neumoniaHayFeverPleu-
Dleeditu; and itching and protruding is Circular tent on
called me a scoundrel the other day. request.
t pile. cut, burn, bruits, eezanla Brooklyn! liable.3ndjin's J. N. ANDREWS, i risy, LaGrippc, Hoarseness, I JOHN S. BEARD,

and ail: abrasions *f the =kin.peWittV Cf.fh'rhl";\ ; .J.I.-:;I' I Sore Throat, Croup and I II ATTORNEY-AT-LAV

1 i U the oily. Witch Hz< I 1r. I AU.. for .* I
h made! fr'>m the pure, I fife Qest for jc. .;',,. !i"U'FA.... ,.I., .... .I.:...'.......'...>". jt HeiiefiitieK 'Vhoopb Cough. !I Officp.-:1f.) Thiesen BuHdn-! '.

un'tdu'tfflttf'a witch h zel-aUnth. I $....... ,:-V UI(''Hit'll' : I..l.ii...... V'. .t.! If.' SEWING MACHINES. I ro CURE. HO PAVe ''Office Hours-S:30 a. m. to 1 i '..
C ere arAceuntsrfeita. D"\Vitt's Witch i :). \.t., .'. ... I.L.aen 4.;. i.1 .. d Pric 5Cc. and 5 1. TRA! BOTTLES FREE I I I
Hazel 'alve is nude to cure-coun- I Try Gunther's Candies -1 r; \,.,;, II.1>'..'.'.::0-'"''"'" "'.h.n..' '........_.. _' .1', i i i: 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
tarfits are made to ell. H ', -I... I....,.. ", I 1 will repair yoar watcnea ..u.Iexelry I! federal
Ar Solcmm's. is tLt'fl. . .r ; REAL ESTATE AIID RENTAL AGENT i Practice Jn all utato and f''r.lbutin f'
Pharmacy, John Sbeppard, Sidney z.. L I.n t.i l ; In first-class style. J. \) ".i i-ntrn'tfd to mt.will rt

Bab n.Ywr. ........ .:r.u oJl" I 13 eeuth! 1'alafoi street Stephens prompt and diligent
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.. 41"
Prison ---- HAD TO WAITA LITTLE. .

KODOL The ReM.W Lluie Could Sot Hairy Chronic SoreS :

TragedyCopyright Ted OB the Ja......

DlteI WWY. Late in the sixties actors still bad
190:. by C. B. Lewil.] their costumes carried to and from the f:

One of the many prisoners received theater in champagne baskets by the A Constant Drain

tt the Alton penitentiary when I was "basket boy," and the very first and Eating Ulcers Upon the System

Weak deputy warden was a man named llor- most important duty of the actor or ,k kAud

I ton. He was editor and proprietor of actress after rehearsal was to get the

a weekly lIe basket ready and place it outside the a source of worry, anxiety and endless trouble to those who are af3icte4 1
was a
paper. pretty
strong writer and made enemies. k'* door; then only one might feel free With them, particularly so when located upon the lower extremities: where

many Well had the circulation is weak and sluggish. A eating ulcer the
Hearts The article which li-d to its author's Cupid been taking a little gangrenous upon 1'f.
I.'leg is a frightful and the burrows and into the
five line flier behind the scenes and a young sight, as poison deeper deeper
imprisonment was
a squb comedian had been stricken with love tissue beneath and the sore continues to spread, one can almost see the flesh
local doctor.
A.. du: e to ind'gestion. NIr.ety-nlne I, ridiculing a The doctorcalled for a bit of a girl who danced between I melting away and feel the strength going out with the sickening discharges.Great .
have to demand a retraction! a fight
eViry hundred people who
of one the first play and the farce. One day running sores and deep offensive ulcers often develop from a simpleboil
when ensued and the editor had
remember it the mIsfortune
uble can
"'..rt tri It Is scieliI his he saw the old leader of the orchestratap swollen gland, bruise or pimple and are a threatening danger always,
'pie: indigestion. a to kill man. He was sentenced
as that all cases of heart dis- I her cheek with his bow, and the because while all such sores are not cancerous, a great many are, and this
to be but the
fat hanged,
(s r.t organic are not only trace- governor awful familiarity was too much-to be should make you suspicious of all chronic slow-healing ulcers and sores,par
i; commuted it. to Imprisonment for life.
;'s'u but are the direct result of I endured silently. lie walked home ticularly if cancer runs in your family. Face sores are common and cause the .
When Horton reached the prison, he
J. Vnon.. All food taken into the Beautiful ThoughtsThe with her, and in the boarding house greatest: annoyance Because they are
; was made librarian to the li Valdosta Ga. September. 1900.
j.7 Va which! falls of perfect diges- brary. sweet, pure breath of the babe u hall he spoke. A minister's name was so persistent and unsightly and detract Swift Specific Co.,Atlanta, Ga. 'I

t f.f-r.ents and swells stomach, suggestive of innocence and health.A mentioned a number, a street, something from one's appearance. Dear -Sometbins like a rlilnr .

t_ it up against the heart This. After a year or so Horton's wife got mother's earning for children is inseparable about a license. Nothing seemed Middle aged and old people and came on my instep, very email at.first t, :.
.. with the action of the heart, I a divorce, his friends ceased to call
.- -s from a love of the beautiful anJ those whose blood is contaminatedand
very clear except his love and his de not at all painful, bat M it ,
1 .s course of time that delicate and he was virtually; dead to the world. it behooves woman to bring the tainted with the
every and mel
a I sire to get married at once, at once! germs poisonof grew larger and began to pain ,I
becomes diseased.
There '
'. organ was Ihiiis in the town in sweetest and best influence to Lear
11: ? Dear malaria or some previous sickness, consulted. doctor, but in spite of :
Lizzie ill
"Oh me
which the prison was situated a young; the subject of her maternity. you marry all he could do the lore got wone f:,
or excessive use of are the
little Lizzie will ? he implored.And mercury,
I To relieve pain and make that you
fiodolDigests lady named Calhoun She used to easy chief sufferers from chronic and and began to discharge; then other :.
vvhen Lizzie ho about the height sores 1
in period life is born again, w was j whole of
come every Saturday afternoon at 2 sores came until the top 1.
ulcers. While the blood remains in
of nine- ear-ola child but full
was I
Mother's a } foot large mass of sore*
o'clock, with papers or other things for Friendis my was one 1-
What You Eat the prisoners, and sometimes she had sixteenery pink and very Pl'aS1l'l this unhealthy, polluted condition and I could not walk. Then my bus it

.. cf .. popularly used. It is a liniment easily looked coyly up, then healing is simply impossible and the band, who had been cured of Scroll .4.,
-B N'chols! Penn Van. N.Yr company and sometimes n'it. Saturday -
eating. my toed would distress administered and for external use only. and answered "I'm awfully glad you I sore will continue to grow and spreadin ula by the use of S. S. S., said he oJ

i try heart pa'piuts ard I would: afternoon was a holiday! with the Pregnant:: women should try this remedy, love me, Ted. but-but, really you j spite of washes and salves or any believed it would cure me. I began ...
ea.c.: Fir-iUy I got a bottle of I'rwllers-that! Is, all were locked up it being undeuiably a friend to her during .
19 me Immediate relief. After I know, jou'll have to wait a little superficial or surface treatment, for taking it and eight; bottles cured :
..nles I am cured. in their cdls after the noonday meal j nature's term of suspense and anticipation.lather's Down went Tl r8 face. "Wait!" he I i the sore is but the outward sign of me; my foot healed up nicely. I be* ,'.
and could read, write or sleep. ThIs i\ / Friend, if used throughout lieve I would have been a cripple
constitutional disorder bad
-: : cures indigestion! dyspepsia rriC'llin tragic voice. "Wail! Good some a t'for
.mach disorders and order did not include the librarian; and i gestation, will soften the breasts, then..lJjlrennliucrackNln.lsorcnipIJ1es. a condition of the blood and life but for S. S. S. i :
: gives 1 kingdomliy? What for? How ; system,
: : HIES. C. H. KINO.I .
} ; !I.
certain other
't a full: free and untram- .tl'u th's. which local remdies cannot
slrainiujjitli the burden wiJ long?" And Lizzie,with wide, reproachful I cure. ...I.
Jion.l One Saturday afurnoon :Ms: Calhoun -' relax, become supple and dastic from its '"I blue eyes, said "Why Ted you !I I S. S. S. teaches these old chronic sores through the blood. It goes to the P

: .. Jl.00 Sire holding! 2'4 timesI \\as an hour late. It was In j continued application. know well enough;: you'll have to wait I very root 6l the trouble and counteracts and removes! from the blood all the *.

._ > size which sells for SOc .\lril, and the day was dark and foggy.: S All fibres ia the abdominal region will till I get my basket ready!"-Clara Morris -, impurities and poisons, and gradually builds up the entire system and *t..

::1.I: PREPARED The oidor was to pass liir in 4 nil out respond readily to the expanding cpuf in McClure's Magazine. strengthens the :sluggish circulation, and when the blood has been purified] ,

without qtll'otiun.t 7 oVIucl: (;: in the I containing the embryo Jlother's Friend I and the system purged of all morbid,' .

:;: E.C.DeWittJChicago evening some of lll'r friends called at is applied externally during pregnancy! unhealthy matter the healing process ; <
& Co. i Of all reliable druggists ft.oo bottle. Same Smart Answers. *
't the prioii: to say that the had not re- per begins, and the eating ulcer or chronic
't. \Vriteforfree book on "notherhood. Here are some samples of what the

,A't\ turnttl home. I, THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, GA. British schoolboy can do when he tries sore is soon entirely gone. oI $<.
: The country around the prison was i I S. S. S. contains no mineral or poison.
___ hard
searched all night long, and soon after n ; ous drugs of'any description,but is guar. ;:
"John Wesley was a great sea cap-
-hpppardtHarjria': Pharmacy daylight the mystery was soh'I'd. The Too Angelic. anteed a purely vegetable remedy, a ,
the Dutch at Waterlooand
K.I tain. lIe beat
:M l IIJ y tin.TIU dead body of the girl; was found in the There was a certain joung ministerin by degrees rose to be Duke of Wel- blood purifier and tonic combined and a safe and permanent cure for chronic ;

prison jard. On the second floor of a Maine who on his first charge was lington. lIe was buried near Nelson sores and ulcers. If you have a slow-healing sore of any kind, large of ',

': BKST L.\XTIVKI I storehouse lay the half naked body, called upon to preach a funeral sermon in the Poets' corner at Westminster ab small, write us about it, and our physicians will advise you without charge. '

not too good for you if yonr while hat, dress,.skirts and wrap were over a woman. It was his first funeral bey." Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free.

in a heap beside it. sermon, and lie laid himself out to
biwk are 'luili'ih. THE BEST LAX- "The sublime porte is a very fine old THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA, J t tJ.
succeeded.The _
About eight: months after the murder make an impression and =
AlivE i U a medicine that moves the ---------- -- ----- -------- ----- -
and with- when Horton had been with us for woman had had her faults, but wine.
MeU easily "The possessive case is the case when A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT.
.nt Irritation griping: or sickening three years and tour months, he made the minister forgot them. This was to

-:r-ct. A mediclue that strenztbens his escape by means of a tunnel which be expected, but he extolled her so somebody has got yours and won't givet 'VAN
,' muscles; of the bowels and tones he had been over two years digging. It highly that the poor bereaved husband, to you. ft
.-in to a point where they will couldn't "The plural of penny is twopence.
up) began: in a clothes closet off the library sitting there listening, recognize -

-rform the work ;H nature intended, and ended ninety-three feet away outside her by the description. Finally, in "In the sentence. 'I saw the goat butt GARDEN STREET GROCERS, \

witl "lit any a !!litance.uch lie God the man,' 'butt' is a conjunction because .
the prison walls. What was done a glowing peroration, pictured
a medicine U HEPATICUR. and the archangels and the angels and it shows the connection betweenthe Have Received Since: the Holidays a Fresh Line of
had to be accomplished between 7 a. m. /
all above
.\. It embrace the good goat and the man."
.,!tie* besides not having a bad and C 1>. m. Horton could not bar any nil the hosts of the redeemed Joyously
"Mushrooms always grow in dampplaces STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
;1-1 neither bitter nor sickening (ne out of the library, nor could he forming a parade to \oloonic to heaven l
and look like umbrellas. -
-W''L -Sold by all drugii..t, tell what minute some one would enter. this "0111' of the very best of nil \\omen. so

--- No convict ever worked for liberty ." The husband could stand it no "The. difference between water and Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacades of the Season

with such odds against him. lie longer and leaping up. interrupted
want tuner to
\ a good piano
.' i lVnacola, still hold pimply took the one chanc in a thou him with beckoning hand gasping out: air is that air can be made wetter, but OunGoods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Oetting the **
i ly: \u you water
sand. "No, no. (,hll'r.ot quite that! She
Best Freshest and
order. Bend it in. I have Cheapest.
I uik. "ir : cannot"A ,
: I You will want to know how I learnedof was nly 'bout milldliu'ot .
'. tj 2-. ;' .ir* experience and have Harrier.
certain things. A year after Ilor
,, eteral piano factories. "What have in the of beefsteak VAN PELT BROTHERS
w K. : 1' ton's escape we heard of him in Mon > In Society. you way tt

I i'1 1. r- ;. Johnson's book store tana. lIc'had Joined a small band of Of a pretentious but not well road today?" a ked the cheerful customer ,

jf '. ,: ,.:..d to. trappers and hunters and was living dame of the Victorian period Lady Bul- who hadn't paid his bill."WI TELEPHONE NO. 231. ..tI..tI..tI. 31 EAST GARDEN ST. H

Ha.V.. PhESSLEY. among the mountains. After he had wer uwd to relate this incident: \ ," replied the frank butcher "I ,;

The conversation turned on literature reckon about the only thing In the wayIs
been located it was decided that I O.A.STOR.Z.A.: j
T:'" .L: .. NEW Wint Column. should lit front out to attempt his cap- one day and this lady who aimed at its vricc.-Iialtirn9reNevs.! CHURCH NOTICES. 6earsthe lie Kind Ym Have Atoayj 3rejM -

tin o. When I reached Giillatin, I forming a salon got rather out of her '
Weak Stomach -- #+ # _
learned that Ilorton's party was in the depth. g7

mountains to the north and enlisted "Who is this Dean Swift they are causes a weak body and invites dis THE NEWS would request that the .

L LODGE ll DIRECTORY.KNIGfifS two men in the search for him. We talking nlmutV" she whtepoml at last ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures clergy or those having in charge the ... .. -- --- j

were on the trail of the hunters for a to Lady liulwer. "I should like to invite and strengthens the stomach, and publication of church service noticesfor

month before we found them. One him to one of my receptions." wards off and overcomes disease. J. Sunday will send them to this AUNGH i
".\I. madam," answered Lady nulWl'r. 0-JL
OF PYTHIAS. I evening we rode into their camp prepared } B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of office by 9 o'clock Saturday moru- r
"the dean did something that has
to capture or kill the fugitive ChriesmanTex.says: "I could not lag, in order to insure their Inser- ........ '.
1'l'n.aculalOII/e. No. 3, K. of P murderer, but he was not there. Two shut him out of society. ? -: ...FOlt... r
eat because of a weak stomach. I
tion in the position in the .
1.,..U every Monday evening days before he had started out aloneto "Dear me! What was that? lost all strength and run down in proper -si- i: S

at 7XO: at Castle all, "Well, about a hundred years ago he paper.
'' inspect some traps and had not returned. weight. All that money could do .
ID 'he hloant -- Watson --- ------ -
S Kali-ting third floor.brethren The rest of the party, numbering died. was done, but all hope of recovery I

T .. hltlng cordially six, had been out looking for him vanished. Hearing of some wonderful STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ

..9 r uic3med J. A. LYLE on the day of our arrival, but had The Meek and Lowly Editor. cures effected by use of Kodol The Elegantly Equipped ;
N. H. HOKBLER 0,0. search When an editor makes a mistake in concluded to try it. The first bottle THOS. CONDON: Captain,
:. found no trace. The was re-
K. K. B.'in. euiuttl next day, and along in the art'rnolon his paper all the world sees it and 3enefittPd me, and after taking four will make regular trips between Naptha Launch CUPID,
him liar. When private citiZen bottles I am fully restored to my Pen"acola Point
calls a a Washington and
found him. He had fallen with
( we .jsual; and health." Parlor Car Fittings
I>.inmn Indite 13 makes a mistake, nobody knows it strength weighth Freeport. Leave I'aylen street ,
over a cliff! and landed on a shelf a't Hargis Pharmacy, John sheppard: J
U.... t t. .,I Inl 1,1.; -.<:"iv f\enlng nt 1:111.: at forty feet Ldu,,". His fall had teen except' a few friends and they come Sidney Kahn. wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive for a trip on the bay or fora ;
I'M r 1'iilafot and Uardeat it at Freeport at 6 p. m. sam day.
and ask the editor to keep
'. ICnl Invited.J bioken bush but he had been
i. httconlially by a severely Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. cruise.Accommodations. ;
When the
of the privateciti7en
Auii-.KTJOHNSON, out paper.
injured and was almost dead and arrive at Penacola R
i t\ v C.C. lte1.ort. of the Condition of p. in. same
dies the editor is asked to write
\ ,.t\ AS.I.O.IHP. when we got him up. He had broken day. Fare, round trip, $5; one way, for 40

a leg and an arm. and as there was no up all las good qualities and leave out $3. 12nlm I passengers-
bad. When the editor dies, the
the TA rirlt i1ina1 !aDk
1lIhh"III': : \,.. JJO. K. of P I'lJoto get a doctor we knew that ; Rates reasonable.
,1 ,Vjl' Ird..nlnllftt1.I.: death must soon end his sufferings. private citizen will say, ":\ow that old very l

li.NALDtlI.I.1ON.C.C.; .. l urins the last day of his life Horton liar will get his deserts."-Cleveland Landing-Pine street. t
I fM. UY.. i.tit.&s. was not only (conscious but talkativeand (6kla.) Triangle.The AT 1'JNACOL.t. TA :. L1 W ati & CAPTUSTEARNS,

free from pain. He insisted on IX THK STATE OF f'LOItID.ATrHE:
i. o. 0.1' '
Black Cap.
telling me all about the tunnel business CLOSE OF llnnX J.I:; FEB. Master. :
The black, cap has no specific relationto
;, and of course I was interested INSURANCEAND --
.','nal'"I" Lodge No. 4 of criminal. Its sinister Ub, 1\103.
the hanging
; ..
in the details. I plainly told! him thatI
; i v lutirMUv evening at 7:'.' at reputation, its color and tLe fact H'suUl'l.'es.I.oans ,
-5. th Vest Intl'ndt'ncltitr""t.. had suspected him from \lie hour of :
... :'>rrti. cordially invited.J. nnding: Miss Callmun's body and that. that a judge when pronouncing a capital and discounts ........ .. ..$ 7S2.S19 21 WWeWivgNICK'S
};. .wN.U. wears it have combined UU'rdrafts, secured and unsecured REAL ESTATE i
,. I else) sentence always ..._.. .._ 50 iI
\ E: -!I. "crl'tllry. figure It out ns might; no one .......- 49,15-C ,
that Le had. lIe to attach to it a meaning and U. S. Itrmda to secure circulation 10l1.IU) 151PreinIns
had the oJ1IKrtunit : No. I South Pilafox Street.
which it does not on U. B. bonds ____ 4,1101 00
did not answ"er me for several minutes symbolIsm possess.It Htocks securities. .--? _......... ISN.:!:">'I611 ;.i
AMERICAN GUILD. and then quietly said: is really nothing more than a part liking-house, furniture and i

of the full dress of a Judge.-Genealogical Jxturt-s __..__ .. ... ....._ .__ 13.62100Other ,
I'l'ii-aoola <'liai>t 'r No. 007. "I will give you my idea of that affair Magazine. real estate owned 1U.7W 82: Partial List Desirable: Dwellings ..,
all lIne from National
it be
though of course may
: Eji.lWSFR.\ I'. LlMDKNhTRCTK.stcvttary. Blinks (not Jebl'f\'e for Rent in Various Parts 1

Governor.K. Mrous; When Miss Calhoun and I A Rich One. .\I.ntsL.n._............._ t 5,094 70 of the City: !
separated she started for the exit and Duefrum State Banks

.'for the library. There were several The Visitor-And what are you goingto and bunkers ..... ...., ",150 43 135.00-2';-itory house,containing 12 rooms i
Due from approved reserve ail modern conveniences bath EITAflIIT ;
OF L. make of him? on
'trusties' about. and no doubt one of agents .....n .... 233,858! upper and loner Boon corner lot
Mamma want him to be a philanthropist
Chl'cksand other cash nice yard and shrubbery, table, outhouses
I..><.al .\, ,,pll1bll No. 1503.S1" them spoke to her, and she may haw items ....... ..... ..._.......... Ir.-II 48 etc. No. 714 East LaKua
It dark foggy of National
turned aside. was a Notes other street.
there's no in that" ... ._..__ '
'- "it Monday In each month. day you remember and the man might "Why, money Banks 2,31000Fractional J35.00-3-story boarding house, containing: -
have paper currency 25 room., known as the l'once de
W. 1'. 11.TIIA RP.I "But all the philanthropists
1 M. Vi.hecretary. have clutched her by the throat to prevent nle-kels and Leon house,A'o. 110 East Intenden.cia .
I'ONVILL an alarm: and carried her to the been very rich." 'cents.--.-- .-...- ._.. ...? 41; jjLAHTL ; &trel't. DAILY MENUS
MONEY KESEKVK1N $ ).OO-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling
storehouse. He took great risks, but BAMv.MZ: 7 rooms, most desirable section ot the

not discovered. I have alwaysfelt Forgetful. Specie... ...... lajsu 00 city on a corner on the street car Comprise all the Up-to- .
was "Is Bronson as forgetful as ever?" Leg ill-tender line No.nil North Barcelona street
much grieved over the fate of that : noie -...__.... 'jo.oiio() 00- 52,3-jo rt) OO.OO-Large :2-story has to
The Beer :\Iore so. Why, that fellow i Uedeinption fund with fronting Seville Square. No.30 East
poor girl. look himself up in the directory every 1'. S. Treasurer (5';, Government street. kets of the World
"What motive do you think the murderer I of circulation).____ 3,050 OO-Jfil.Kfl: 44 JlO.UO-Comfortanle: new 2-story moderno'il'lIinlt.1I AGTofd.
home from busi
night before he goes
rooms.very desirable section -
had? I asked. .._ .__..... _. 25
That ness-forgets his address. TOT 4.1. .- !!,4l,5i6 of the city situated on North
Madej 'Probably to don her clothes and Bayleo between Strong and bvtioto:

pass out to liberty." Reputations which have been form Capital stock paid In._._........... $100.00000 125.00-2-story streets.dwelling In good order with
"But why didn't he carry out his Surplus fund .. ..... .. .. .... .- n.,5 fade .n
mH& I !BR TAMOVICTORIA U plan?" into an unnatural bloom almostas Undivided profitb less expensesand line has gas and water throughout,

soon as they have expanded.-Ma- taxes paid _.. .._........... .... 7OSt 20 No :21U North Barcelona street.
"Probably something threw him off :National Bank notes outstanding JSO.OO-l-stcry: dwelling rooms, city water, Dining Parlor.>

his nerve as he approached the wicket caulay. .. ._ .. ...._ __...... 1110,00000 bath, gas, with large corner lot, No. l
-IS- Duo to other National 4(12) West \Vright street. I ;
lIe could have gone out unquestioned, Banks_.._.... $ 17.12! 63 $15.70-1-story dwelling.(6 rooms newly pa- but sometMng..bappenedto make him Blue Island, 111., Jan. 11, 1901. Due to State Banks and pared and painted throughout on ;

bankers.. .__.... ?_ 39'st059 belt line. No.:an\ Bust Gregory( street.
suspect that he :would be nabbed. I Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used Individual deposits 115.00 1-story dwellln .city waterand bath, Regular Dinner Daily. :

MADE ".!nd you will not confess, realizing, subject to check_ 1,051,107 61 7 rooms, half block of ground with
BY ACME BREWING co. your Cream Balm In my family for Demand certificates of beautiful shade trees, No. let East ,

HIM as you must, that death Is not far : and it has become my; deposit..._.._____ 11,100:: Cervantes street.$12.20.'l.story .
10-CKNT BOTTLE BEEn away?' nine years Certified checks __ 121 W\ dwelling, So 415 East Gregory Short < '
family doctor for colds In the bead. Cashiers checks out- street.6 rooms, newly papered and Order Promptly .{
IN TOWN.IUNNHEISSER. "My dear man, norton replied as a ___ 611Q 38-l,150,992 OS painted.
smile played over his pale face, "let's I: use it freely on my children. It is standing/ 111.00 No.814 East Belmont street 5-room Filled. Night or Day. i

BROS.A' TOTAL_______3itnfst ::5: cottage, city water, newly painted, .
talk about that tunnel and drop all dismal a Godsend to children. In perfect order. -
STATE OP FLoanAC0VTY OF ESCAMBIA, $ -:;o.lOH North Alcanl strnet, a new t !
subjects. So all of called It
E\TS FOR THE CELEBRATED you Yours respectfully, 11 WI
Sb: house in good order with 5 rooms Something Good to Eat ;!
an excellent bit of civil engineering, J. KIM BALL. I, W. K. Dyer Jr.. Cashier of the above- $10.00-:00. Sot East Belmont street, city you wish,you'Ii Una It at

I I. V, HarDer IiisIoy.M.51. eh? Well, I think it was. I was very Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered above named statement bank, do Is solemnly true to swear the best that of the my I water.painted a and neat renovated 5 room cottage throughout.newly '

proud of that tunnel, and I sometimesfelt and tried different knowledge and belief. t 8.00-No.*10 East LaKoa street, a neatly Nick Apostlc'sPopular .
with catarrh W.K. DYER,JR.,
like going back to have a look at greatly Cashier. papered 4-room cottage to good condition i'
remedies without effect. After ,large water.A .
it- Subscribed and sworn to before me thlft& large list of smaller dwnlllnzi, as well Restaurant .
Hoase-401. Palafox street. Four hours later he was dead. passing using one bottle of your Cream day of February, WHS. as a number stores and offices fOtt KENT.THOS. .
K. P' RoBERTS, Notary Public. r
: and I cannot W.S.
Union relief
xchange-Opp. Depot. Balm I
away as peacefully as if he bad Correct-Attest: C. WATSON & CO.,
f0.. Box 2S1. Pensacola Fla. shed of human blood.M. praise too highly such a remedy. F. C. BBST. )
never a drop MWAM
Miss CORA WILLARD, WM. B. K OWLE8, V Directors. Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance ....

Phones 116-2C8. QUAD. Albany, N. Y. D. U. BBEST, ) Agents South Palafox Street. ;oJ0'.!o



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GO BLOW, GEXTLEMEN t Strongest in the

: z It Is urgent that both the employer Consumption can certainly be cured. .- World.

S- and employe go slow in the impend.

ing street car trouble. .A strike is a MONTHLYJ5ESSION Not all cases, but very many. flyer'sCherry

serious at this The Equitable
thing; inauspicioustime
Imtorvd it the Pot Office at FentMolft, Pectoral is the medicine. J.C.lymCo.. :
.....Moond-clMi matter. when tbe carnival festivitiesare
at band and when the city will

..OrnCK...... .,refI&s-PUfi, up-eWn.Building 2114 Booth be crowded from limit to limit with life Assurance Society
strangers and pleasure seekers.A OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COM- ----- ---- -

CO. county road west of the city. It w>8 BIRMINGHAM PICTURES. Of the United States
strike a thing that must be .

Terms Invariably in Advance. avoided at this time at all events and MISSIONERS WAS HELD decided to have the mayor and They Were Mere Paper bat TheySnkJned HENRY B. HYDE Founder

: the advice to both sides is to go slow. chairman of the board go out and the Artist Tnrnrr.
Ise Tr by Matl_____1500 LAST NICHT.
...* AfoAtbi ** _,_i..m .T_ f 50 look over the road today.An Turner the great landscape painter
OM Carrier. Payable Monday 10 THE Isle of Pines, south of Cuta, was' curious mixture of parsimonyand Preliminary Statement Jan. (, igra
application from the Country -
is the original of Bobt. Lewis Steve generosity determined money
.1lI4i.ill Rates on From 8:30 until 12 o'clock last Outstanding Assurance fl,29ij:!! ooo>
enson's "Treasure Island" and it is Glob for use of .the county's stump grubbing and unreckoning devotion to IJ)

US.PBI8AOOLA the board of confmis- his art. lie would drive hard bar- Income .
TELEPHONE NO. said that even now men can be night county pullerwas favorably received. a frfat>W

found digging in search of treasure. sfoners! sat in regular session and Supervisor Baggett was advised ,! gain one day and the next refuse to New Assurance :275Assets .
sell at any price. Intending purchasers \\JI.>LiU: _
transacted business for tbe county how to move the convict camp this
E EL} were sometimes excluded from his 31::'"' adC4)
i DR. clearing up all accumulated busi week. gallery and the refusal of admission
Assurance Fund and
was communicated in anything but a
ness. Thirty-three inmates at the county -
FEB J ) 1903 HODSONHAS polite manner. all other liabilities... 2Sj.OCv'
ARRIVED i After the minutes and reports of poor farm had cost the county !, Mr. Gillott, the wealthy pen manufacturer Surplus .

the finance committee bad been received 1251.24. of Birmingham," once proved TautD'Che ,,

IF Senator Hunna's freedman's fun began. Dr. I Gonzalez County Attorney Reese asked fur himself equal to the task of storming'the largest Increase ever made in any jtiID :
pension bill were to pass what an Dr. Horatio W. P. Hodson the re- castle in the teeth of the gruff artist the history of the Huctrtr
the exciting the vaccinating officer asked for ther time to report on the bill of
it would give to and lILt
impetus doorkeeper and achieving a
cently tlected rector of St. KatharIne's JAMES \V. ALEXANDER, Prt' ldel!:.
game of craps. more salary and Commissioner Captain Parkhill against the countyfor bargain. A book on Turner gives the
chapel reached here last night JAMES H. HYDE
Shelby opened up on him in each a back salary. story. ::,
WHEN you come to figure np the registering at the Merchants. Early Mr. Gillott was met at the door of I ITUI'IIt'r's
Venezuela it loots way that :Dr. Gonzalez made an !I
Accounts against this morning he was taken in chargeby house by an old woman, who
as though she had been running her humble apology. Mr. Shelby con. WILL RESERVE opened the door and asked the gentleman's
Rev. P. H. Whaley and a number OOWLES BUGS.
credit for all it was worth. tinned to talk, endeavoring to show buslnebs.
of parishioners visited 'Can't let 'e In!" she
were to snappj-d out
bow he had been snubbed by the General Agents,
whom the new rector was introduced. when be told her and tried to blain the
THE jingoes are now working the doctor, and the thing finally closed door. 9- 309 8. Palafox St.. PE SACOU.
Monroe doctrine over time while the Several called at the hotel --
by a refusal of Dr. Gonzalez's re But Mr. Gillott had put his foot inside I -

manufacturers of ordinance and armour and met Dr. Hod-on, who was foundto Manager COb wishes to inform the the door and without waiting; for ,
L tbe builders battle quest.Dr. t'WHY NOT THE BEST ?
plate and be a most affable gentleman. house that jK.'rmi.Nsion puMicd pat the enragedj.uritrtss ,
opera patrons an -
.1 I ships are reaping the direct bent fits. Abernathy presented a bill for opportunity and hurried upstairs to the

I, -- Better" than Gold. $:i, treatment of a convict who had I to avoid the usual matinee pallor.v. Turner met him like a slider '

I WORK on the Panama canal must crush will bs otf red Friday morningat \\ho-o web has Ixi'ii iU\ltl.l. The intruder 'I THE f MERGRTS
note that "I was troubled for several years been accidentally shot by a guard
be about to begin, as we Introduced liiiusolf and said I
I one of the great condensed milk with chronic indigestion and nervous while practicing. It-was the board's 9 o'clock when seats for the Saturday that Le had come to bur. I

i companies has already begun to advertise debility," writes F. J. Green, of I'opinion that the guard should pay afternoon performance may: be "Don't want to sell::*' was the an- i TRACER GO.

Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme swr !!
. Columbia Evaporated Cream. the bill, and it was referred to that I reserved, This will afford ladies an
-- until I began Using Electric Bit. opportunity to secure good seats "ll.ivo you seen our P.irniiugbam pictures Having been awarded the c m'rt:
i AFTER reading in the Picayune ters, which did me more gocd than officer. I Mr. Turner?'' Inquire the visitor for carrying the U. S. Mail: betty a

, *what the New Orleans city council all the medicine I ever used. They Geo. P. Wentworth and Henry I with no difficulty. us calmly us if Le bad been received the L. & N. Depot and J'o-t Urn

the Frisco line one can't have also kept my wife in excellent as a gentleman! should! bo. and also the exclusive baggacpp m-
i.1"-1 donated to health for years. She says Elec- Hyer, representing the Carnival Association -I M>bCenous Circumsiance.One "Never heard of Vm," said Turner. lege on all trains entering/ the city,
; but wonder what, if anything, they tric Bitters
are just splendid for we are to transfer biiC'fand
for Mr. Cillott: took from his prepared : : :
t petitioned an appropriation was pale and sallow and the locket some
reserved and what would they take female troubles; that they are a ; pas*engols to and from all 1)0
.jl1'I': for It. grand tonic and invigorator for 'leak. of $300. Mr. Johnson expressed other fresh and rosy. Whence the HlrmlllhuDi hank notes. i I teh residences and trains day or
difference? She who is "
run down women. No other medicine : blushing )II'l'\' paper, remarked Turner, whoevidently I| night.
himself clearly in the mat with health = Dr. King's New ,
u es
I Cleveland was Can take its place in our fami enjoyed the juke. i)
WEEN Orover
I' asked the other day if he would take ly." Try them. Only Wc. Sati-faction ter, being very much against the arousing Life Pills the to maintain lazy it. By gently 'To IK bartered for mere canvas," ',j Prompt & Reliable Service Gorcoteel
they com
j; guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- organs said the \Uitor, waving his baud to indicate -
j the democratic presidential nomination berte 121 South Palafox street. donation of any of the county'smoney pel good digestion and head off con- We also conduct a Freight IMiv
the the wall. His
ask in the stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at paintings on erg Business! -haul pianos safes,
1i he laughed. When you or- as tax payers county
W. A. D'Alemberte 121 B. Palafox tone-perhaps nlso the sight; of the machinery and furniture at Hea" n.

. t diary men if they will take some WHITE MEN were much against it. street, Druggist. "mere paper"-< )IIIIUI'rl'<1 Turner and j' able Prices.

:; thing; they just smile. Mr. Shelby favored giving the when the visitor departed he had bar-I'I Telephone your orders to F. R.
t MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. gained for several valuable Pou's Livery Stables. Phone 31. w
MANY politicians and newspapers IN TROUBLEFred "Self sacrificing young men" what ,: Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's, Resident

t PI 1 throughout the country have been they asked in view of the fact that Cl r'_ PAID persons telling who Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's i, Phone 3.1.MERCHANTS.

l swearing at the anti-trust movement the sum would not have to be paid J 00 has one whether I buv or Swamp-Root, the great kldneyliver'rand 'i TRANSFER CO.
, in congress as a mere bluff, but acj W not. R. KELLEY, bladder remedy, are beiui dN- !
: Weekly and Johnnie Wattswerearrestd : 10f2w tributed here from free. Have DI RS. 11. H. HALLMARK
,: cording to the dipatches it has the at once. Kansas City, Mo. house, I Prop

etaudaid oil company scared up. late last night by ofil- Mr. Ilobert was strongly in favorof RUSSIAN PEASANTS.- ----- you received one? ____ i HAKKV HAI.LMAHK: Transfer An
Fondebilla L.4 N.It. K. 1"u..V.and H.& A. I'U
cer with belt .
j : g the donation, but was dubious Tb..I. of Fxprrlrnrr. :
. JrcGi.NU from the New Orleans dangerous and suspicious characters. I the of II Someof Thrui Mate queer Id..a.l.oat *'1 don't cure to marry-at l 1'I''t not I

papers their city council has transferred concerning legality same. A Tire From Ii>;liliiii>i;. yet.:' said! l the Ilirt."V.'liy .
! Their called in the TIM
cases were
the streets and car linos to may- Tax payers of District 5 had ob- One 1tutau! villjse through which not'" asked the matron. !

Jif the Fri-co Railroad Company, and or's court this morning but were ordered ;[jj j cted to any such proceeding and we I'IH -d na'the e'liluidiuieut! of filth "Ilei-auM-! matters are now 1 hav.o

k,1 the people: of that town will in future continued until tomorrow. !i had to expressed themselves to Mr. niul s<,u.ii.r. A tle-tiuitive. Grwas t.P atli'l'tUitK: of half a dozen men. JOY Gn neck t\\ t

t have to ride on that road, go in It is alleged that! these two i raiii'4 at on" end of it. :jl round this while if I carried I would have the 1W
were Brewton. all tLi" hil'atiitttiits w'r.- ;....iherwl. One Otteiiio4! of ouly out" !
: air at home.
ships or stay II
-- together when a sum of about $;Z)5 Mr. Welsh sat unmoved, sayingnothing. I Lone was ready 1 hUrl.l'd'<)WII, a s'rand "JIuh:"' esclaiimtl 1 the matron. "You' Iwlt'oa lie a said

I SENATOR MORGAN objects to the was stolen from an unsuspecting ; was one mass of dames and the wouldn't have even that." Chicago; : : Itftilil i I (irnrrro.IliAIOl'AK1iUS .
, I I. lire was rapidly: spreading tn a Uiird.
canal treaty on the ground that the white In whose i
company! Finally Mr. Johnson moved that yet not a li.u.l was raised to arrest its : I OK
i Columbian Government is not legal
they were. ruinous progress.Vny The !Milloire.. I
" f and lacks authority to sign a treaty. T -- 520'J: be appropriated, which motion "\ on c.1 rib don't you put out the ""11') ;? voice did: lie like; Ia('.t. ,yours?Family, Fancy and Staple

, r Lord if we have to wait to find a It will Surprise you-Try It. prevailed |and a warrant was so or II rshnntcd uiy toiiip.inloii b to one of or.inJneV"! lslcII \Ii--.s Krcech.

\ legitimate government dowu there It is the medicine above all others dered.A the p":! !.ts. wli; ap;'rnll'henl me with I'm not gate: lIn''." replied Mis j I k' Groceries, fc<

: anywhere the building of the canal for catarrh and is worth its I a servile awl wistful Io.ik.! as if he cipected I'ird. "His rl'nmrks're a bit am- ,
' weightin water bill showing that over and All Hindi of Up-to-date Fan .iGoods.
: i along way oil. gold. Ely's Cream 11 elm does all in iill'erii.K of muUl' '. "Have bifruous. .
i 000,000 gallons of wattr bad been yon no buckets';" "1V 11)', what did he say'-" :

t, THE New York Central- railroadcompany that Hartford is claimed, Conn.for it.-15. W. Sperry, u-ecl at the jail was returned to the 'Surely your excellency deigns to He said he liked my voice, but that I We are Pole Distributors for 1V.'i

-4 has been sued for $2.0 UOO My son we HIicted with catarrh. know that it Nu't buckets we unveil' years was l-otter still."-Plulndtliihia Florid for the Celebrated Cafe di
for it being Monde
water company correction I i Coffee Sweet Home :Slot t-
i He "U'cl!, it l-n t strong : cither, 1 1'ross. ,
: for killing Alfred E. Perrin in the I u-ed Ely's cream Bum and the aru.s ;es, Illini I and Climax: Hours 11 .yh -
\ Park Avenue church. This is the i disagreeable catarrh all left him.- ; regarded as exorbitant.A fancy.Vliy don't von K fI to worlcV" 1( Delicate '!'t'n. : .Anleriea"
J. C. Olm-tead Arcola, Ill. "Your grate wouldn't have us fly l in I TO Cl'KK IN: OXK ".\Y
: highest price on record for human I bill from the gas company for I Food Cn.'s Canned Meats, Etc. Ai
\J I I The Balm does Sot irritate and the face of beaten: U'e'vo sins ('11II1I?11 Take Laxative: I'.romo Quinine Tablets of which are Fold by all lirst-c:..--
life, bnt is the same charged byiII cans Said Elv consumption at the jail, unnex.courtholl.e '
i t price sneezing.; by Brothers on our souls without adding that black TblsienatureL'R11 L on nr1 Retail Grocers in the city.
Dr. Forbes fur beiLg slandered by I 66 Warren street, New York. and armory was !sub crime to them.Va it tIH1':4 own box, 2.V. IL /j.I(7 rvt i iI
I (lOZ.60 1 1'01'1 II PAI\IO\
Mr. Stetson. 1'etroff's house
mitted. Included in the bill was li/htnin set on Hot Rolls at 5 lOc :
FRUIT FROM lire a couple of hours ago? And badas p. m ,

i-II;.1 HOME of our contemporaries are J27/JJ for four gas stoves in the an we are, there not n man in the vil-\ doz., Ht_Solomon's. __ i iECZI''U. PENSACOLAPressing

lambasting, (Senator Beveredge of nex. This was regarded as too muchof l.ijre that would( raise, his hand to undolicnl's
HONDURAS *, NO critK, .NO P.\Y. ;
Indiana fur taking so much of holy work.
; up a luxury and they were orderedout.
My friend raised his hand waved it Your druggist! : will reundyour moneyPAZO if j ClubFOR
,:, the time of the senate with his ever
II --- The gas bills were returned for despairingly and we drove on."It's OINTMENT fails to cure Ringworm, i,
! lasting talk. We would like to ak. Tetteruld'leersand Soreb, 1'iinplps and |
how about senator Carmac of Tennessee A cargo of fruit from !Spanish Honduras correction. a mere waste of time to reason Blackheads the face, and all skin disCBMM. -
I with them" Le siid. "They would as GENTLEMEN.
? He manages to get iu a word wad brought in this mornicg Notary public, bonds of L. J:. cool) ifiimnit suicide on masse as putout Wcents.The

occasionally. by the British schooner Polouia: 42 j Brooks Archie homp-onar.d W. F. a lire that: Cod: had kindled with finest line of umbrell-ja in thf i
---- I hU lighll1illg.-IlIgli"h Magazine. is at J. I. Go
ton, commanded Foster. Lee, Jr., were approved. city Stephens' 100)I, One
I We hope the public will not be unduly by Capt. at them. I Dollar Per MonthIn
I The of bananas Several applications: for pensions (Cooking Ilrn.lls. I
: excited upon) reading that Mr. cargo consist plan-
I Sometimes umi.-ed" kettles gent pans! You can get your house Advance to Membership
Cleveland smiled whtu Mr. Olney tiins and cocoanuts, consigned te were approved.
flrippinj pans and other iron utensils: furnished complete with. Clothes Cleaned: and Pressed .-
', H Inquired as to his health. No tI \\' ) local dealer The schooner docked I Eighty-nine polls were reported I
cd for
: pet co\ered with nM if unu> a often as desired. Your Cloth -

r men can "start: a boom" by smiling, 'I and will be discharged at once. by the tax collector. mug time and the weather happens to elegan, furniture at Mar' ,' put for and delivered. Call ,'

:I though such an occurauce might' I lie damp In such case grease them ston Sf ()uiniL'.e on easy payments H,1'a South Palafox and Join tt .
A change in the road was wanted .
raise sea fullicient to toss! a big / tin' the stove In Club.LaHs'
" % a CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S llxirouphly, set m on or weekly or monthly ;
: schooner upwards and inward by &S voters of Bluff Spring) the oen and let the roll. : born off

.'r'f' [Times Union j If you don't catch Xo.So South Palafox street for your The tax collector was given a j )lt- CITY TAXES. __ I I ? Piaia flirts a Epi"I

.. on read i: again.THE electrical work. He is prepared to I ing regarding the collection of taxes Valentines c Yours for Neatnea a,
, -
t do a flrst-cli pb at moderate
you s
I delegation of Germans with! } prices. Phone 2U3. auJ his failure to comply with the I T\ I'JIJIT, if Jim A\Nli (o !ttiip G. W. IRWIN.Hot .

''rl statute of the Emperor Frederickand law iu the premises. It was shown | Intercut! call :it once and POI\

J its pedestal are coining to this ,'I TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. that Ia-t year the amount of uncollected jimr Ta \1.... M Mardi Gras.
country on June 1, and it is to be ,
: taxes was $33,000 and this X. 311-K. OKKTIXC, Chocolate with
hoped that by that time tho-t per. I Thos. Wentworth will today
year only $12,000 had been hauled in 10f2w Tax Collector Whipped Cream at Solo
pons now K eager to grapple with take charge of the city circulation of -- Goodst! mon's.
Kaiser Hill will have cooled oil and I i leaving something like S02.000 out
i I THE NEWS. Ho will take subscriptions THE WHITELY EXERCISER.
not be climuioring for a salute cf standing. Some really unkiud

solid shot in place of the customary and collect all accounts.Mr. things were said of that officer. I 1 Miss sins William*, an expert Our Stock i is now ready. Valentines I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

t smoke and noise. Wentworth has had large ex- An application: from the Pen-acola 'r demonstrator of the Whitely Exe of all shapes, sizes and
-- --
perience as circulating manager of ci-er, will give public exhibitions of
3' CHILI and Argentina are tryingto Concert Band for use of a room in prices. Sentimental and Comic. ; Tetween Pen II al.,1 a and11I1..nII..t
large daily papers, and will make I the best method of u work off a j->b lot of warships on
the annex to practice in was turned Mardi Gras such j Huns Dally Irtrpt f-undaj.
popular, healthful and beneficial Supplies as
Uncle Bamue-1. Who cant THE NEWS service of the paper satisfactory I |
a your down. Mr. Shelby saying the board Exerciser, in the show windows of "CITY "
( blame them? What need can they to all. Wire Paper and Characters j OF TAMPA.
had as much right to let the room F. B. Bruce's store No. 15 South '
I possibly see for warships so long as uv Milton 6:30 am Lv l''o acIJla.1 nee
Masks Cambic and Silk Dominos :j
Uncle Bam is so all fired anxious to You will consult your best interests out to sell vegetables in as to let the Palafox on the 9th, 10th and 11th i I II irffn ..ool .li::9ram Ar MIII"n.I.plII

I fcrnlsb the ships and the men and by going to O.1.. Pryor if you band ue it. lie was especially: of February. The public is cordially Ma-ks, False Beards and ; rare. ot:; Round trlp.tlM

foot the bill? They doubtless con- want furniture. He is in position to strong in his objecting. Mr. Roberts gtrnctiae invited witness these moat f1w in-:; I Wigs Costume Bell Gold and \ .

eider a pound of Monroe doctrineI sell! cheapei than any other house in I
I worth more than a ton of warships. the city. favored the application, as did also Tbe finest line of sterling silver Silver Braid Fringes and : JEWELER IN HIS

Mr. goods and silver novelties is to be
chairman. McMillan
--- -- --- the killed Spangles. Call se.1
THE mystics out in California who We will launder your spreads for found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to early

run the Universal Brotherhood like 15 cents each and make them look the request when he said he had please all.Tables. lect your outfit. W? will hy i NEW STANDI
Laundry. several times been forced: to request! I
school have published a remedy for of quality for the them aside for you until i'
- --
"1 toyoursel/ rot that practice in the bind room be
I fear -Sa/ .
; '
| Dining room, library, hall needed. i I have moved my jewelry store
afraid. Eiepeat five time*. 3. Take Easy to Take stopped while Judge Reeves sat in :
I land pallor at AlarstonQuina's $ 120 South Palafox formerly ot ",
full breaths slowly. Now j
five very I|I Chambers: court.
t I pied by Bas & Co., and am n' "
we know whit the trun are doirg EJSY to Operate I
I Mr. Shelby moved that a commit better prepared than ever to gr*'
i i
have tat faraway lot kin ,
when they COE'S BOnK
ro&1IU rarely vewtable-yet thorough I tee be named to meet with the mayor rJdtiTVFt.i1L.: STORE. great birgaim in dlamonJ!, watc.'. -
their eyes They are curing ,prompt healthful,satisfactoryMood's I .-r.tM tad Tj kate It n3ti3F .
themselves of fear of Philander C. and board of public works and decide S .a" ... ct; ::1:1touth Pdlalox Streer, {I jewelry etc. Call and see ice al: ;
Pills I 111 !1 i let me convince you.
.Knox. I I upon a street to enter the new 1 i aU'.vt( PEN.-SACOLA, FLORIDA. i j i i J. I. STEPHENS.: :

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THE STREET RAILWAY 0. O'NEAL President; M. E. CLARK Cashier;

Meat Ea ing Nations Are the Leaden S. J. FOSHEE.VIce-Pretitfent; JOHN PFEIFFER Au't Ct.hlw.

in I!vel'J Branch of Human
The ruling nations of the world are
meat eaters and history records that OF PENSACOLA, FLA.

they Vegetarians always have and cranks may Designated Depository of the United States.

explain this in any way they choose, Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1903. ;.

TO STRIKE SOON I i but the fact remains that the American RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.-

?, English French Russians Loaasand Discounts...................... 336072.95 Capital Stock ...... ................... .... 200000.00(
and Germans are meat eating nations Demand Loans..,.. .................. .... 1228G654 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 '
and they are also the moat energetic Overdrafts................................. 1,16002 Undivided Profits............ ......... .... 69076
and most progressive. U. 8. Bonds and Premiums......... ...... 213806.87 Circulation............ ........ .... .... .... 125,000.00
Stocks securlties etc..................... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.................. ....... 180.00
t CONDITIONS AS SUBMITTED The principal food of the heroic Furniture and Fixtures.......... .......... 6.718.48 Deposits................................... 565,519.31
Boer soldier known as Biltong is Cash and Exchange....................... 228,17024

a sort of dried beef affording a great .

deal of nourishment in a highly con- Total...... .... .... ...... .... ............ .
Heads of the 911420.10 Total.. .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... 1911,420.10This
the Company Are Refused.
centrated form.
To bank for business October
opened 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
The weak races of people are the your business prompt courteous and careful attention. .
Advice From Trades Council Will Be
rice Chinese and
eating Hindoos
Siamese regarded since the dawn of I
Asked at a Special Meeting to be
history as non-progressive superstitious -

Held To-Morrow. and inferior physically and B. H. FAIRCHILD, w. & CO G. w. & co"GREENWATSON& ; .
mentally to tbe meat eating nations I rOG.
: who dominate them. t7PHOE.ISTBRER:: /Itr

The structure of the teeth plainly 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. r CO.
\ tie-up; of the street railway I indicates that human beings should
"anet Work and Refinishing Furniture a r
may be the ultimate outcome W. B. LAMAR subsist upon a variety of food meats
line! Specialty.
fruit and grains, and it is unhygienic ::!
,)fad tf'reuce! now pending betweenthe confine one's diet to any one of Phone 485. r For One Week, Commencing Monday, February 9th, ;
and the -- --
car company as- o
street Q
RESICNEDYESTERDAY these classes to exclusion of an-
A critical R. K. WHITE, o
of employes.
.( ,1 1'i other. .. ..
when Witchmaker. Manufacturing Jewelerand
reached yesterday
5.f; wa- 1 I Meat is the most concentrated and .
Pre IJI..t Xorthup iu so many ;i most easily digested of foods, but Graduate Optician, -OKREMNANTS-

T, .j,, n-fu=t-d to grant the increas1 : our manner of living ii often so un- 1, 11 Kootfc PiUfoi St., Penutoli.Flarjudrfg's

cut out of the [ natural that the digestive organs refuse -; -- n
1;,- and, further !
: to properly digest meat, eggs I :
,_.," .1. ut submitted for signature RESIGNATION WILL TAKE EFFECT fire Best tar 5c.I .
I and similar nutrition and whole- .

?., ,:,.i irUutclause concerning the MARCH I AND J. B. WHIT- ;, some food, but it is not because such I,

'.T'i by the union of the proposed food Is unwholesome, but the real I II 2525252525a !!I.j SHORT LENGTHS of Everything in Piece Goods collected and I"}

E>! II It extension. FIELD NAMED AS ATTOR reason is that the stomach lacks i" on Center Counter. Every piece Marked in Plain ,,(I

T. matter was then taken to the I, from disease or weakness, some necessary (AMUSEMENTS.sE5ZiE52525255a55255J : Figures. When you have looked them over you will be con / fr
NEY CENERAL digestive element; hence O vinced of the Great Values. Q
of the association audI .
juarters' :
arising indigestion and later on, O OUR BUYER is off for, the Eastern :Market, and wn '.;tmst:
latioual president advised thatt' chronic dyspepsia. 'I clear out these OJd Lots to make room for New and t Serviceable A speciol from Tallahassee to THE II I AL H. WILSON. no Goods. G ;
meal body lay the grievance bef'retlc Nervous people should eat plentyof :
f : Central Trades Council at NEWS late yesterday afternoon meat, convalescents should make I How true "It is the tone that
We are Showing Great Collectionof
stated that Attorney-General Wm. meat the principal food, hard work- i makes the music." Have ever a
early: meeting and take counsel I you WASH SILKS for Wai-ts and 39c yard
ai of labor B. Lamar had tendered his resignation ing people have to do so and brain observed the tone of Al. H. Wilson's the Price is............ ............ .... per g
1; m that organization workers and office men should eat, I singing voice, toticed its melodious d

Ul, u.;. The question has been so to Governor Jeuniage, the same not so much meat but at least once a >< <
I cadence its rare sympathetic quality :
., Keep your eye on this space as each change will contain
for careful refit t J take effect on March 1. The resignation day and to insure its perfect digestion -
.carried and, a :. that straightway finds an "open valuable information.

*of the same a special meeting I was tendered yesterday one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia sesame" to the hearts of its listeners? I!>
morning. Tablets should be taken after Those who have been so fortunatecan
Council has
.'tl.e: Central Trades Governor's Jennings acceptedGen. i each meal, because they supply the readily recall the pleasurable .$ GREEN, WATSON & CO. r 11
called! for tomorrow night. The fit
f. peptones, diatae: and fruit acids, memories of his sweet notes, his

question Is ai important one, and Lamar's' resignation and in his I lacking in every case of stomach power to enthrall and hold spellbound = -' G" W & CO G. W. & CO I'_ ,j
should attend.It place appointed James B. Whit- trouble. !
tvtry member the senses. In his new play .
--- --- - .
I H understood that President field, state treasurer. I Nervous dyspepsia, catarrh of "A Prince of Tatters" (a tale of old !

stomach, gastritis! sour stomach ... sss%%% ft''I
>, rt'.r': i;' said to the men yesterday State Auditor William V. Knott is New York) Mr. Wison has six new (- '

\\.'uld not allow a car to selected for the state treasurer's: office I jgas and acidity are only ditferent and original songs! their titles be- CAN GET < "- "- }
tl :M i! names for indigestion, the failure to In?, "The Mermaid and Buccaneer," you j/t tt! ,
and lIon. W. H. Ellis of
eds under control of any Quincy wholesome food and the
i ,I' : j digest use "Whispering Breeze" "Winding of

t, : ..,, ,,' .,',!n>u labor, but that if : bas been named as, state auditor. ;tof Btuart's Catarrh Tablets cures the Yarn," "When Your ship Comes = ICE CREAM SODA, ; 1

,. -' ,''i' persisted iu the In- | them all because by affording per I Home,""Memory" and"The Echo.I I '
fect digestion the stomach has a They are immensely popular. lie HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HANDMADE CANDIES II
v :: l'y just as : EXPLOSION
t" ON
chauce to rest and recover its natural will b'l here to-morrow night. ,
i v, the barn and It't' tone and vigor. -ATTrainer's e ;

; !. ,,:, :" for the advance | tuart'" Dyspepsia: Tablets is the
ECHO real household medicine it as safe ROSE COGHLAN. Confectionery
I':'i : !: ii> : 1J not be granted. JUG ; a
and pleasant for the stomach of : One of tho theatrical events of the
'|1'-1-, !>/,'t'llby the emeloyeaa.1 !
the it is for the of ?
baby: as imperfect !, season will be the appearance
'-. v i: .t deft, and they do
digestion! of its grand sire. Gertrude Coghlan in "Alice of Old : IP -d

I ..!> : / Ihey wired thNinfi.iv.i'.i EXCITING TIME AS THE VESSEL.t I They are not a cathartic, but a digestive Vincennes" at the opera house soon.

!! t ti!.<. association beadjni WAS PREPARINC TO SAIL and no pill habit can ever In this play, dramatized from the

'j I : ::i,, course above out- follow their use; the only habit pages of Maurice Thompson's idyllic !
Stuart's Tablets induce is the habit : romance of revolutionary! days, DR. J. H. MOCK :
I i. i 1:1 1-1 d
About 7:30 o'clock this morning, of good digestion and consequentlygood Miss Coghlan portrays an American ,
A'!.>;' n.u I i i.nit held by the em- I health. heroine, who H.a, type of exquisite

; ,< :, .: 1'n-Miltnt Noithup re11 -: as the'tug Echo was preparing to beauty, of tender sweetness, of

I 1-. t .:'i-, !,ri I ly to consider the tinr : sail on a return trip to Mobile, an AN ART STUDIO. I wholesome womanliness and of heroic ,.-DENTIST. '

,' of the explosion occurred in one of her I fire. Her success in this role
!I' : i I' ; the extensions I have opened a Etuiio in room 9,
tanks and Engineer Haley was I has placed her in the foremost rank
I 'r, ; w. r on the dummy lineal ; Salisbury block, where I will give
slightly burned by the quick fire. | of America's gifted actresses. 28>j S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.
1 :' 1-. i-: II ill belt line. Authen- I lessons in my own system of draw-
8he was able to leave shortly afterward | ing-called "Black and White"- I AND
:. : "'I!, ,::1 I in has been obtained KATHRYN KIDDER. CROWN BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
1 also in French Pastel painting and
having suffered no damage.The .
h. .' us that the companyc I, l'I:XSCL.rLA..
I Newspaper and Magazine Illustrat- A company of players remarkable
Echo arrived from Mobile lastevening
i r '-, within the next three
: in g. for the traditional cleverness that ,
b irk. Since she I -
towing a
n : : "i i ling: on East Hill, jol.I' I have taught Targe classes in every alway characterizes the organizations : .

changed hands lately, the boat i in Georgia and in of'the headed Kidder is
I' : : : '' i'rovi'ions of the city i town many i I by Katbryn II. G. Milva & Co.

t i'-: extension, will be has been converted into an oil I female colleges of the Houth, PO can I a reported adjunct "An Eye for an _

bi.. burner. It will be remembered that offer you an experience of tweuty- | Eye," the drama of Alexander a ,
I i- "rt rtaiu; but the otlicers | In the studio will be Dumas FiU t 11 1 Manufacturers and Uenlers la
five years. j in which this actress is -
: my deny that there is the Echo was formerly owned by | found the choicest collection of this season starring with sensational : i. \ \\\ \ \
E. E. Saunders of this city Sash
Capt. Doors Blinds
1 W < .r probability of same. I j crayon work ever !shown by a single I' success. Miss Kidder is annouuced .-; ,

who disposed of her to Mobile parties artist and an invitation is extended : to appear: iu this city shcrt1 '. =' '
HOW THE COMPANY when the other and larger Echo was I to everyone to come and see it. My I' I i. ,

completed. term for Instruction are moderate. I '
Capt. Howard Eldridge was in ,
I, I
:- rater' has reached such command of the vessel when she For Over forty Tears.Mae. nateman will join a stock : Brick and Lime. .

\\ I JIi II LOW'S HOOTIIIJiS SYRUP bat imiipany !u Montreal. i iI _
:nt, some facts have dti came in last night and several Pen- : -a-r i
I been aged for over sixty years by millionsol .\ Kussiaa: tenor in 11'arsatv'ls" his i, Telephono No. 11.
: II i I'!6 places the operatives sacola men are in her crew. ,, mothers for their children while teething I voe ill"ltre.t for $.",INNI.Jrace ', i,,

I. ', .' : softens the gams.allays all palncures wind I Hot French Waffles with
.' this morning was some"d was the careless handling: of a light colic,and Is the best remedy tor Diarrhoea. are the two youngest Mars in Auur'ca.Mrs. ;'i
will relieve tbe little sufferer Im I I Leslie Carter is lieins 1liuk.llI Florida Cane Syrup at
at the statements oft near u gas or oil tank. The none I poor .. GEM BOOK i STORE L i i I
mediately. Sold by Druggists maven: part I !I.y; a well known Hot-ton .rtrait [1:1 int Solomon's.Do .
:!>, iHcial characterizing was like that made: by a torpedo andit I lot the world. Twenty-flve cents a bottle II'r. I

: .truthful. What these startled those about the water >: Be sore you ask for")1 n.Wlnshw' Booth. M.ioterlinc-k. it is l said, is writing a you want a magnificent water' i i
Ing Syrup, and take no other kind. play for Martin! the I !
Harvey KuxliMi
"' I f'for little ? If call
'- UIM, are not ready for front. ---- ---- money so, ot
star. II I
---- ------- I: Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate -
> but they are emphntlc- DO YOU KNOW Over ?7.:>'1i O was second fur Miss,

J ', i i by the company. FOR SALE 1 BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have I Marie for her.lrl''l-lI-r at the testimonial given i you. VALENTINES i
i I -
.,;; any now regards some : a large stock of dressed studding I Sarah P.eniliardt in Ilervit'U's"Tliirolnio ,
;f'r:'' the propo-itions as un- The Costumes Used in | and joist Get their prices before I de Mericourt" is said to beery DR. F. E. BRUCE I Ii SENTIMENTAL ,
j buying. d6-lm / i AND COMIC. i if f fj
;U-t : \ stroiifr.Kenneth .
wlil stand by its refusal to last Year's Carnival Has returned and resumed practice.
1.1' has dramatized Tiara
f' ,' 'in. Oue of these terms is ...SOUVENIR CARDS... j
Parade. 1 JIorrN' ".\ I'astelKMird Crown" for immediate Office 2-'a West Government St., ;!
*a, *j' dictatorial attitude of VALUABLE CITY LOTS. i production. Salisbury Building.Telephone :

11', s :example of which was: I Mrs. Thomas Wliiffen, f..r more than X4Q. ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS,

tt"! f' ,non: several days: since of a These costumes are in excellent twentyyears a member of the Froh- ,
Of the large number of lots recently man forces, Las resigned. -- -- -- -- --
tt": ". 1 ly experienced man, who 'condition just the cutw jvo MARDI GRAS
pnrcbasbed by Mr. O. M. Pryor linn Italy Is scoring a big success in

'j- -'. .:>!g eminent satisfaction to |I thing to wear at His fajI and placed on sale to desirable purchasers the rewritten Time New Clown," whichis --.---_ -_ ,

ti." i''ii.uuy' ; and who, during an Grand Ball February many have been sold, but now in the form of 'a musical com aSEtTH ER the.. captalD.. of tbe owner llr bk
I. esty's ((ly. ,i Man ers will be re. Stationery
still held
of the choicest are by
*c some ,
1 i' of the]
: ut two
years gave ( for debts contracted
24, 1903- We will sell one "Tbe Sleeping King" Is the name of by the crew ol said rm...l.ASCII.l. j
c"'tl ; i',y no trouble whatever. him.He George V. Hohart's musical comedy to FU\SK Periodicals
until will sell to actual settlers on ,
to ToOrder. Captain.
or more
A r. :tentative of the any be produced nut season by Frank L. )buR
i company he is determined
favorable as
most terms
*: i nibly before the they are closed out. Apply Perley. Leather Goods,
appear .
f l-r I to build up this property. .- -- -- --- ,

J l'"uucil tomorrow with at once to I tit-- depot OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine Pictures and
fl .t If you should visit Union -
tuure-j. I CHAS. LeBAROX, or b* in that vicinity, don't fail Frames.t
today. Try em.
s : : in at Ooldriujf's Xo.3 I:1100n. oysters
: I. with its swollen glands i to drop SIC! APOSTLE.
!t"r...*, intl imed eyelids cl1-1 I Chairman_ Building Com. i You will receive a hearty welcome I _'
: i, and find the choicest brands of liquors MEAT & MALT has a marvelous
*'" "-u l ru:la.t ;>.tipns, yields to Hood's FOR LUMBERCall kept in the city. dietetic value. While refreshing and G. H. JOlfiSOfl} l..

l'tiltTLANDCEMENT at on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. Hot French Waffles with pleasant to take It helps assimilation I,, > ti ,tie photoopaphcj, ,

*"- ."r hHr l. .-\. \'. CLVBB5, for estimates before placing Florid Cane Syrup at of fo' d. Sold byDANNHEIIiSER I I
l > I I. BROS. 204a' S. Palafox Street. 2IH SOUTH I'ALAFOX 81L
M r lru and Garden Streets. yourorders for lumber. d6-lm Solomon's.

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BY 1Wll.ATRIG11T ?
The EeRieR They Were Introduced VivraitK
;: WITH A LAME BACK ? Dnriag the Middle \ge. jrFred I

[Original] From time days when our ancestors Benton Harbor Mich."I .

; Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Nellie Wake was a very nice girl. took their food In their Lands and ate ._ -- -____$-

,, The only trouble with her a trouble it with as little ceremony as a dog

Almost everybody who reads the newspapers {'ommouhh most:! girls whose parentsare gnaws a bone to the present time of am pleased with to wine give my of hersasaretheiram't.3experience triumphs and d : '
is to know of the wonderful :
\r eares ade by Dr. abundantly able to support them elaborate dinners Is a Ions step, butaraduul CardulaslamverygrattM Healthy women do n.
: tL: Kilmer's: amp-Root, was that she hadn't enough to do to {.- one. It was a number of een- for its help. After my first far miscarriage nor j 'j

f --i' II'h ths gr .t hi nGY, liver L.i*>p litr out of u>i..&-lii.'f. Having fin- tUt' t\A b f6M flULW 6f any kllltl were baby wu born I could not a woman who is :1

-r" a and bladder remedy. l-Lnl LIT (-ducatiou, there seemed Used and knives and forks as adjunctsto teem to regain my strength. suffer tortures at ch'1 -:

.: ( .r: It is the great medial nothing more for her to do but to wait eating are later still. The fear of aiuuwgb the doctor rave me It i U the woman wI, .j a,;.

j !,=::j: triumph of the nlnej for her affinity; and lie married. This poison which haunted the mind of a took which he considered ing-who has ferua.J wt j.
I t teenth dis- superior but instead of ness-who fears the or, a\\
\ '; century; was not to her taste, and she proposedto every person of quality during the middle very <
I I weaker of becoming mother
: covered! after years of getting better grew \\ &!
well something -
her father to study rise to certain curious
ages gave of CarJui
'L; [ scientific research by every day. My husband up t' e 'Iroawe
"Il .... should
Ilj o-n. i Dr. Kilmer! the eminent anything, so that If she customs and even to certain supersti- borne one evening! with N..FPf4 t"ftPGfA. manly in a woman. If s;, ,,

fl.I_r- -_ ,. kidney and bladder be, left without tions. When dishes are now served some Wine of Cardui and in- -_-.- all .ulIn1tural.! draw aiatisted
---- specialist, and is "Xous 'iis(-r* said the father "111 Mrs. Emmons, saved froman covered, it is understood that it 1* that I Uke it for a week and In strains-irregularities! which are re

wonderfully successful in promptly curing not permit anything; of the kind." operation for Ovaritis, tells merely I for the purpose of keeping them what it would do for me. As he seemed sponsible for barrenness and c 1 iscxnape. '.

./ lame back, kidney. bladder! uric acid trou- ; Then Xellie considered matrimony. warm. This was not however, the to have so much faith in it I did take the It makes a woman stro- ai
I how she was cured by Lydia E. jm4icine and was grateful to find healthy and able to pass: through V ".
bles and Brigbt's Disease which is the worst The only man who wanted her, so far principal reason why they were not very .
firm of kidney trouble.Dr. as she knew, was Fred Langley. lIntF'red Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. served covered during the dark ages.It my strength slowly returning. In two nancy and childbirth with lilts! ?.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recommended weeks I was out of bed: and ia a month ing. After the ordeal is P:1SSi\11.8: t
was too matter of fact. He was! .. the fear that poison aught be
for everything: but if you have kidney I am so pleased with the results I was was able to take up my usual duties I Wine prepares a woman for a Ft&.a
f liver or bladder trouble it will be found a-ploddt-r. lie had plodded at college, obtained fg' >m Ljxlia J.:. }- introduced into them surreptitiously | am very enthusiastic in its praise." recovery to health and activity.

j just the remedy you need. It has been testedin at the law school and was now plodding Vegetable Conpuuml that I feel it between the kitchen and the table THERIIOOD is the noblest duty Wine of Cardui, in re-inf.ircic-T Vg

so; many ways in hospital: work in private ; in his profl'5sioll.he:: thoughtover a duty and a privilege to write youaboutIt' where they! were to be served to the ( I M and highest privilege women organs of generation, has made c. !'

practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase .. a number of others but they all kings or the lords or even to persons e1an achieve oraopireto. With- of women who had given up bv j 0]

relief and has proved so successful in had uielLius about them unsuited to I suffered for over five years with uf inferIor: rank. out this privilege women do not I ever becoming mothers. Win: 1f C .ru.ii

every case that a special arrangement has her taste. She the matrimo- ovarian troubles causing; an unpleasant will almost of barr
gave up The covers were not removed till the : get all there i is in life-too often theygo I cure any case : rl
been made by which: all readers of this paper uial jimlileiii, but one day, r>n readinga discharge: a great weakness!' master of tie house had taken Lisplace. through the world discontented, 'except cases of organic: trouLe. i. 9
who have not already tnsd it, : have a and at times a faintness would comeover
may refuse to take such "
t matrimonial advertisement jut for wrapped in their own selfish cares can you a r>v IT
sample bottle sent free by mail, also! a beck fnu she thought she would advertisefur me which no amount of medicine, I All Iii!'!..'" afterward served and troubles.up How different is the that promises such! relief from saT, ")
telling mere bOlt Swarr. -Ro t sV.d how to : diet, or exercise seemed to correct. were brou;;!'it on the table in the same children
her Cardui I"a
mother Wine of simply makes
happy watching v
lni lihd and what kind of answers
fnd cut if you have kidney cr baa! er trouble.! : a > Your'eb'l.taLle Compound found the It was the custom originally; into manhood and womanhood.A and h
woman ,
strong :
receives in surh (' l't'-'. I prow y
on< : weak however within few
V/hen this a
J wnungmesuon read-.g generous spot when the iI ' ffcr in this ar.lnd ..I7V I tMttins: down at the mahogany; writ- "eclslIul: Miwl mite from an I
; firt
paper of th' servants to partakeof children-their joys and sorrows are ward to motherhood with joy.
vcur aiur--Ej ts ; ".....:.4 ::.:;.-:. I ii::; dcMi in the library, she wrote iu al.irire Clp"l'ation-all my troubles hud tiisappearcd. I tiistouii afterward _
:'-.I;iJ' .I...,. ....... and I found myself once : them, but t'ais: was JJ_-_- -_-_-
Dr. Kmer&Cc.Eingharrton [ : Lard ili-r. own was very d.'lieate)
.t t.r.-- :
!' I more healthy and well. Words fail to i't part: reptiwtl by the servantstolichilig A million Buffering 'W' xen
Y. Th
N. e bl.u-k Ink
= with a stub pen and very ar".in describe thc'rcJ.I. true grateful feulinjr \ the fllolI ilk one of several WINE f CARDVI have found rei
rtf_ ar f.fcent ar.d;; n nr- >r s' umrinut.dollar uiiiati..n In the lI-u.II form. Then j jli'xl O m I
infallible -
jizt.; are zc\d\ by all good that is in my heart, all,1.l want to tell thjetts! wliicli were r-gart1etl as Wine of Carhi
rugt3S. she
i4.iLi', oin1 should find out that every sick and suffering sister. 1)ontdaily preservative aiiiM: poison.Bnrry ___I- -iif--- -I--- _-

; I vaso sil.:.unlly en;:ap-d she took the with medicines von know nothing -I -- -

Dm't make auv WI UA; | but r-- riwitut'um to carry it to the newspaper' :about, but take L>'..1iI'. Pin- lluIVrnuasire..

m-iinlipr the iriuif, Swnnp; Hoot. I I'STlfT" I.'r.'lf.i ham's"t'g't'tahlc Compound( Ii-I that
Dr. Kilmer'- Swamp Hoot ard the i would l.irire: volume to take my word for it. you will be a It was said of I'-.trry the piajer. '
rftljin' a ,
addre;;;j, Uicghauuon. N. Y., on I till in till'.lKtIJ' of this story for a currv'Mtondeiiee different woman in a bhort timc.lrg. ."- be had aoit-** \\liu-h !.light lure a bird TRY TEE HtW \\V ANT mm\\!
and at the same time: an
..very bottle.Tlie between Nelliemiuil ) LAVKV HMMOXS Walkcrville, Ont from u lice yHuifli1
.. I sprang Up -$5000 forfeit if original of above letter pr cinggelllli.1eness address and manner the most i>reposSOSMU ) -
: an uiiknown eutleiuaii who called cannot be produced. ,; aid conciliating. The Dublin :

I.p of I'rrlnnie I himl'dtlnuz'J Oninney Nellie writing Don't Iii-sitatr to write to :Mrs.Pinliliani theater of which he was proprietorfailed I :

I as Clarb"ziarian.. the letters prowing if there is! anything
Modern seieiu is returning to the and lie was considerably indebted -
old belief that perfume has medicinal in length till near the end an average ahoutlur fuseihich you do to his actors, musicians etc. Among
not uiuler.stanil. She Mill l tr"at WICKE & CO.
covered twenty-four
letter pages.Nellie
and health giving properties. Perhaps, ouitt kindness and her ad- others:!, the master carpenter called at
good > ,
physicians say, the orientals were not had expected to ;:jve a \ice is free. .xu woman ever rt.- Harry's house and was clamorous in

wrong in claiming that a proper, use of laugh at her replii's. !Slie'iv'as mistaken. grettedTritin? her and she has demanding his money. Harry, who was

' i scents prolonged life and enhanced Tlie first was PO delicate and deferential helped thousands. Address is ill at the time, came to the head of the Plumber Gas and Steam fitter

I beauty. Violet Is said to be especially that no one but a thoroughbredcould L'nnIass.. stairs and asked what was the matter. }

f.1 valuable In its properties. It is suitable have written It. All denoted extreme "Matter enough: replied the rallIeD'tel'

, for nervous people and the: violet refinement Then the orlginnlnlldllttrH.tin' A Blltvllle Romance. "I want my money and can't getit No. 6 South Palafox Street.All .
mllllu1Il! And
:; cure for cancer is coming to be thought how those ideas ideas appealed the to her! It "To prove that I love you." wrote a !" Kinds oi: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on HaD
; effective. All the citrene scents bergamot "Don't be in a passion" said Barry.
was marvelous that one who had never Georgia swain to his sweetheart "I'm vPiSlPHflNS. tr.1I. '. "U.\BI.A.,. 1o'loA.
t 1I'roll.anol orange flower water have such insight about to drink carbolic acid for you, " the favor to walk upstairs! if
are refreshing and act as mild stimut seen her should an you please and we will speak upon the -
His letters an' carbolic acid is the most painful of
into her most hidden feelings. "
. l lants. Lavender water is also refreshing drinks." business.

.I t and very valuable to ]Ht>ple of high bivome more and more impassioned To which the "Not I, Mr. Barry said the carpen i SAMUEL
" 'rllllents. It is soothIng till nt last he begged for a meet young woman replied owe 100 and F;"j CHARLES
strung; tI'IUI-( very briefly and with much sympathy: ter. "You me already I ,

i an-1 quieting;: in its effects. Jasmine In;:. "Kf you hain't already done drinkedit if I come up you will owe ma {:!00 bl'I I
and braces the and in Had not Nellie Itlake fallen in love I II ", fiBDDTANE SHOE
I sy>tem an' yer mind is made up, why don't I fore I leave you. MAKER
soul she had e.\pressed oupaper
combination with nrroli it is very highly with a seen
I to the house an' let dad'smule
you up y. .L
,I I commended: fur persons of ncnousteniperauieiit. I she wouhluot have granted pueli kick you? It's more sudden an', I ---- j REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

It is to be observed that an inti-ri ,'\\ As it was taking advant.ige :No other medicine b j Wholesale and Retail in Shoes
; what's more you'd never know it"- .:. Dealer ,; Leather & Finding.OT \ .
. .: all Cower wents must lie pure of an evening when her parents Atlanta Constitution.He lii iETTEIIeI bas IHHIIBOsuccessful
0 In 'PHO>K 614. ( SOL'TII J'.U.U'OX
would be out. 'he wrote )Ir.l'ourt-
and d< rived dlnctly: from the blo s-urns curing Stomach ,
, thi-mstUes. Chemical imitations are I hey that she would receive him at S .. CELEBRATED and I low el complaints ---
AVmitocl a (bane.A .
" irritant and to be poNonous.Tkv I ,)'('lo\'k. When the hour arrived, she as the
apt Scotch who found his RltLr..JurlngIndigestion:
preacher' congregation

.. -- I -ain the drawing r,"'m in her most I th> past SO years E. DUI3UISSOX t9 BllOTIIE
I I'fl I going to sleep one Sunday ,
it bar e I
her hair
Clrl We llko. i lit'coininjr: {.o ! unecjualedlecordotcureso
I before he had
fairly begun suddenly
r1 The u"l''stli girl is uMially a I ,pu-I done high ami i.o jewels. The lamps I stopped; and rxcl.iimed: "Brethren its ....." OltMUtTAKKlGON-V AM IsnSUESI.bTHEE1': :".

; lar one, and her juipularity: is derived were dimmed with artistic iMinelaiushade. na' fair. Walt till I gang alanjj, an' i'; Dealers Inc

;.1 from the little: things .-hI' dix>s and says .*, and she had arranged when ,, **
then, if I'm na' worth !listeniu to, gangto L Dyspepsia, :
; In lie Tliey may not at the time impress her ctirm-poivlent arrived to l>e stand- sleep but hula gang before I get -v' j Belching. : $ Choice Staple and Family Groceries -e
lug with a M-refii and a large palm fora ,
1[ a person but in the end they mu!'t commenced. Oi'e a mOll a chance. Constipation I

d surely di> 1.4) The girl who is popular 'krolUul.l'n: the doorliell American Weekly.'Veurn. Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too miny to enumerate.

with men and women i is the who appro- j sounded, her heart went up in her STOMACH Biliousness ; and are Warranted to be the Best the Market AiTordV and can be

: dates the fact that sh. cannot have throat. Ihen came the card of Mr. AE: ... 5 and Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During the

4 '. the first Choice t>f everything in the j I Alonzo I'ourtl1aUtl while he was "I understand Kwillpcn is writing a QITTER Malaria Try it Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Fart of the City.

.t world. !She is the girl who is not ajr-1 I petting off hU coat and' hat in the hall historical I sporting no\el. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
t1 1T.' sin' and dm s not find joy in inciting shi thought;: she should) faint. The "Yes, ancient history. lie's going to

; 1 sis-Tcsshe piiple; she is the girl draw!!;.: room d'KrV55 pushed' open date It back Jo the time when they CHOICESTIRUIT P.O. Box326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
. ,
- who nevir cau.-iis pain with a thought- ami ill walked the matter of fact 1'red actually kicked the ball in a football PHONE 66.

: big tongue; she i- the gut who whtn II')'. game."-Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. -01"- :F'itmtly G-rocor

To that Nellie\ was angry; givesno ---- -- -
:! you in\ite her ti> any place compli- say .
i her best she idea, of her condition. !She was too
tits looking IP
. ; you by ;
: : '.., girl who makes the world a pleas-" Mirasvd to !siy anything for a few moments. On Minute Cough Cure gives a I f $ ANDCONFECTIONER ij [ l i
A. :
.t{ : it place\: because she is pleasant 111'1"I Then, she hissed: relief in one minute, because it kills .A. very
I ,,
M-lf. : "Impostor': the microbe which tickles tile mucous I

f ._. I '..1It all imiMisture for a man to membrane, causing the cough; C. APOSTLE'S

.} Kennel ( untldrnrei. transcribe his inner self in words to and at the same time clears the I (SUCCESSOR TO AVERY t WOOLFOLK)

b; The Hat Kami ItulMns! ,," are ro- one l.e lo\es' phlegm, draws out the inflammation 14 East Gorenural St. I IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
and heals and soothes the aUected
:. markaW.v! 'jui:.'t ami '\'t'IlI'ha\I I 1. "l low d'M you know that I advertised ,
. parts. One Minute Cough Cumstrengthens
Tin' SUye TiTiicrV11 my mistrc- I ?" the lungs wards oft Formerly Cordova ReatanrantBtanc I HARDWARE.

' J that if 1 vouluI: 1.1' il "One ..luuMI.Jn; after j
I iu \ ;:11I> pn'umonIand! is a harmless and One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 :
I'| Silo woui'l take im to the next cat you wrote your advertisement I called I I never failing cure in all curable dozen. -
: to $2.00
per Iron
I Nails Axes HhovfN.I S-iw Mill and Steamboat
',$ (.1.10\\-\."'' York Tiini-s. on you when you were not at eases of Cough, Colds and Croup.
!." '... I The iumiilVli/; did not know IunII"1 I One Minute Cough Cure i is pleasant _._--- Supplies, Cooking and l'' ...niuHtovea, Paint, Oils
Window Gla"'lf.' (lana, Pl-lfll and Fishiug Tackle.
:t ,\ t'uup.irnlitr "Intrnunt."They :; were out. show! itl me into the library to take harmless and good alike for '

r .. tell me lilU\iill is i a bis mania !I and went upstairs to deliver) a lI1l's-1 I young and Old. Hargis Pharmacy, Agate and Tinware nun ttn furnisliing, Goods.AQEN8 .
John Sbeppard Sidney Kahn.
' *' ,
fir.aiKvs.: :! I I' sage" from nit' While waiting for her ; FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COM1'ANY"BS

:i t. .-Rh!? man! IrtMt gtmn Grist and Corn Meal Mills Revere Giant Stitched Belting; Northampton Emery
l.e t iiim-s down (:"'1"1:1.111 street berinkos I in reverse ou the blotter on the Hot Rolls at 51>. m., lOc I Wheel n.)? L"ftin 4 Rand Powder Co., Johnson's; Kalsomino. -

. it K...k like: a two foot alloy:"- I desk. I amused myself deciphering) Iron Kin? and Rack Stoves and Ranges, Wm
t ll1tilllrl'! Xl''S.i I what made an excellent puzzle and had a doz., at Solomon's.OPERA .. F. GOUZflLEZ a co., Prop, Coua. 'o.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

I n'arlfinl.. h. 1 before It occurred to MkuntMtcreri Made Railroad Colors.

i ( lillilloli"Unoli" I'm nkii..ii. Iml' that I was reading) a secret For
HOUSE CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GllOUWE Masonic Temple. $ Pensacola Fla.
:: lo Jim know the difference this I must apologize.Vihl you forgIve -
/ = betwtvn and a rooster'No. ;" I STOCK FEED. .
you meAnd ? -------- --- -
.xp What Is It?" then?" Pktronlie Home Indoitry, for there li
I ,1. M. COK, Manager.ONE every reason you should boy: jonr Me.l sad
::1 "A rooster has a comb and you- "It occurred to me that you had written Stock Feed from the Home Manufacturer
: don't want one."_Mog oudorftr Blat- : the duplicate. wanted to discover for by to doing you encourage home indus.In. i TIME TABLE.
? Your money II left in the commnnlt .
(ri.- under cover what of strength or weakness and you in turn are indirectly benefited I
I good or evil there might be In In fostering the home m nnf.oturer yoc LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
I THURSDAY FEBRUARY 12 the of labor. Yon OWl
foJ':! No Time I"nr Them. sontrlbute to cause
advertisement 1 IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 101
you. I watched for your Uto theeommnnltytn which :you lire kA(
tJ First SletyVomuanllave you any I wbleh eontrlbntei savour support -
and answered it.
I Chas. H.Yale and Sidney Kills present the
4 children? 'New Orleans
I, "Had you a right to do so?" Great Utrtnan Comedian and and Mobile.
Second "', I
"No. One has never the right to lie
.' no! I ('an't"I'n find time to take care G01.Jt S-VOICED SINGER, I I I I I I
No.6. No.4. No.!
In concealment for a friend. Yet hadI WEEKLY SCHEDULEFOB No.1. No.1. $o.l.
:.1'1 of my dog-riiiladt.'li: Record 1:15: a Itlft m 11:05 p I Leave ._j. PI'DI&DOla _Arrive I 6:00 a 4:00 p I $s:oo I
I not been your friend I should havehad AL H. WILSON BTBA1C DIVISION 8:60 a 2n p i 1:05: a Lene_ Ylomatoll_ Leave I 2:115: a 2:110 p I 7:29: P
a ; a perfect' right. A girl who advertises 11:00 a I ,:tp 2M. UaveMohlleLE'an' I Ullln"Ullin I IOOP
I' PENS AGO LA EldOO1lUOTEltllUlAl .-------I 8:25p I T:3O a I Leave _N.w tJrleanR Leave I 8:1., p I 1:25 a _
' STATE OF OHIO.CITY OF TOLEDO, ) for n husband is open to all the In Sidney R. Ellis' New Romantic Play, RAiLWAY OOMPAMT. I
{ -;:s world. Would deny me the right 1
M LUCAS | you North.PEN3AGOLA. .
J Trains leave Peniacola for the Llitii
FRANK; J. CHEXKY makes oath I you had given millions of strangers?" Prince of TattersA Bayou, Big Bayou.Warrlngton Navy Yard
and Fort Barranca at t
of the Nellie No. I. No. 4. I No. 1 No. I.
'II that he is senior partner > Tale of Old :New York.Eery a.m..rrl..t Fort Barranoai ':1.... .
." he went on, "the indiscretion 8:30 i 11.ISpm L 12:15p m Le..e. Pen acola _ArrlYi i 'sop 5t.stam
UI: firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing 10:00..m..rrtn.t Fort Barrancai 10it a.n &:15. m. I 8:57 p m Arrlv.. Montgomery: _I.e..e 11:15. m VH6 p m
revelation to
has brought a 1:00 p.m..rrlve.t Fort Barranoai 1:41!p.. 1IiU: I 959S ArriveBirmIngham .Le..e 1
;} business" in the City of Toledo, j jf3t 1I1t' I had no idea of the depth of feelIng !!ceno Complete 1::80: p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai ':16 p n p am m 1IOa pm m Arrive_Nasbvulle _Lene i S:3am___ tn6pm7i __ .

county and state aforesaid and that there Is in nature, your noble Every Detail Feafect! 6ltpm.srrlveat Fort Barranoai ':00 p B 25)a m I ":13 a m Arrive _Lolllntlte .,.._Lean ':16 p m I 2f: a ii
your ..
'IOOp.m.llrrln.U'or Barranoai a:40 p 7:50am j It:68 a m ArrlveClnclnoaULuv"
I 5'n 11:15 m
IM| said firm will pay the ,
{;ft HUNDRED DOLLARS for each to be something more than a drone. February 10.TVO. IIOta at1:15a.m.
arrive at Peniacola 8:00 b, & AND RIVER JUNCTION.
I and case of Catarrh that cannot I
j every lIad not been born to wealth
you you UtJO p. m. arrive' PenI&COI.Ilt6 ,..
be cured by the ue t>l hALL'SI ,I would have been may yet be, of great 2:00 p.m.arrive at Pensacola __ I:4t p.n No. No wbere time
NO.21-Daily, I-D.Uy stop not shown
NIGHTS No. I-Daily No. flDailyl16
I CATARRH VeRY. 'I needs much" -* {+- Joo p m arrive, Pen acola.__ 1:4* p s "' !
service in a world that so
TOO m.arrive at Peniaoola_ Tap.!
FRANK J. CHENEY. p. TOO m 'LeaveFensacoia..Arrtve
b I 11.nlt! have said nothing that COMMENCING PeBiaoola_ I jo a.Batardayi .. 12:16 nIght TII": a ,. ohemla_ .1 1060 10:87"pm 1:08 ssopm,.
Sworn to before me and subscribedIn only .I "
would have so well pleased her. She 12: ':18" Vlolettra 10:16" 8:01"
my presence, this 6th day of December harmonize her FAX FOK TXBK DATS.Peniaoola 12:21 I TI8" U .._...Eee.mbla_ 10:82" 1:61":
turned to
conflicting 13.
A. D. &6", away Friday, to Port Barranoai and return tit 1\1:86\ J ':t6" U Mala' -- 10:21" 11:66'
emotions.!' The Alonzo Court; Peniacola to Nary Yard and r"tnrn__ nPeniaoola 12fi": I 7:28" N ___ Harp __ If 10:21 II 1:10 '
: SATUDAY MATINEE. to Palmetto Beach ana retain UiSUXDAT 12:00 TIIi" .......G'I&Ctty_ II 10:11 U lIn "
she had pictured In her Imagination ..
,, j SEAL j A. W. G LE ASON, fey 12:58: TII". U ....._MUton I. 10:10 ljIQ .
4 --.' Notary Public.Hall's was giving place to the plain Fred SCKIDUDLWhen I 1:80 a m I _. 'I _Good KaDle_ If II 455> 1
I weather permiti the running C 1:116": 8:11" 44 __, Holts___ gse 1:86 "
Catarrh Cure is taken in- Langley. But that being who had ooacbei.LMTI "
: open 2:20" S:5 111111"11 __ 8jIQ ':11
;- ternally and acts directly on the been photographed In his It'tters-t1erc Arnold Stock Co. Peniacola. LT Fort Barraita 2:11.. 11:88 H ..._..CreltYlew_ 1:11 400 .".
't blood and mucous surfaces of the he was waiting: for her to speak again. 1a.m. 10.... 1:00": 8M" .U. _Deer Land_ 8:116 SM: It
1:11" ':18" MOllY Head 8:10 1:18
lla.m. u n.I .
tystem. t>eud for testimonials, free. Without turning she reached her >>... 1 JI... 6:01" I:. .. ...DeFuniskpr1ng&. 8:18 1:41 .".
F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, 0 hand backward. Langley sprang forward FRIDAY NIGHT, Ip.m IP.B.lp. ':18" .:" __ Argyle._ T:" 2.11
1 .... ':10' lfIT I -.SoneedeLson.- ':211 2:11 "
and took It. She looked for some "Midnight In Chinatown. 6p.. .. 6:00" 10:10.' ". _We.tY1I1.__ ':11" IM"..
L W. PEAKE of the impassioned similes she had readso Ip.m. Sp.., 1:08". 10:11' ... __ Ca1'1TUlI..,...... T:11" Itw:
1 P. .. .... 1.11. 10:10' _BonUa1_....... lr.e" I I Irf"
often and received her
Into heart
1:00" 101" _Chlpley_ 8:2IT" 1:<
No. 30 South Palafoz street keep Instead there was but one word: Ladies Free Friday night if accompanied PARS FOB IUVBATfeniaoolato 8m" 11:<71'' ItCotton4.1'_ If 1:18 I It : 12:11II DOO'
drtBarnaoM T7 ':00" 11:21" .. _MarlaDu.._.. 8:00" 12:1' "
call bells, wires and all kinds of "Sweetheart! by escort holding one paid \sri and r.t n'-____ _, TIO" 11:16" .. _C1prell.. .. 1:88" I lIf: l..fA

electrical supplies. Have him do Nevertheless] It was the word she :' 30-cent ticket. PIBUMU to Paiaetto BtMB ucHe ':40" 11:62 It U. _Grand R1dle_ 1:12" mualTJd ,
I. Seats on sale at Coe's book store. r'11IrL-_ III ( 12:01 noon Sneadl 6n" IOt'JO
your work. Call phone :203. wanted. EMERY S. TORBERT. [ TICKETS, 10,20 and 30c. treiiat line"'rI:1I., B, .:11. 12:11" ArrtYlB1Y1P hOCtiOD _LeIYl 1:10 01 I 10:11 II



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C1ssilleAdVetiSell1elltS_ Age I D DEACON( H HASTINGS' flDDlf. CATARRH Nasal HARD'

ONE CENT A WORD. Copyright the] S. S. McClure iuold In all be its cleanliness.eager there MAIFFEYEp' y1roQ ttp

...,..,.--- Makes It was a well known fact when Abel Ely's Cream Balm

Hastings was elected one of the deacons rlean !,soothes and: hei's: BRICK

MONEY TO LOAN of his church that he not only the il.;;oi> it cnre*i aT rrh and 2m ra
owned a fiddle, but played on It. Helad "E1 datsy
quay a cu.J: ;a the but
Ou tieinost reasonable terms and PerfectBeer been censured for this act of quic::r.

Tllnout publicity BULLARD worldliness, but as "it was his only (ream Balm placed Into the nostrils,spreadsover .\
weakness and as he was eminently fit the memVane and is al40rbed. F.el.ef: immediate -

".>.1.> South Pdlafox, Up-Stairs. ted to fill a deaconship his brethren and a carefollowa.! It ii not drying: d-w 1 '
J. A. WILSON, Manager. is not of until ALIVAYS\ ON HAND
it has .
age went ahead and took chances. It might not produce eneec ng. large Size,50 cenu at Drug. .

- TO LOANV. R. MeriMONFV been "on lager" for at least fourto je just possible, argued the majority gUU ELY or mail; Trial: Size Warren,10 cents Street.ew by mail York.

Loan Aient. Money to that a man could fiddle and not bring
--- -
i wetter., in at reasonable rate of interest six months. A capacity to the church into disrepute. But at the .HALF. .

air iu tfi*>J security. Office .112 and continually: store 375,000 bar same time he was expected to play BEST FOR THEBOWELS .
Iii =south Tarragona street. nothing but the most solemn airs. -TO-

rels provides ample facilitiesto The first move on the part of Satan

MONEV TO LEND ou improved was' to induce the new "pillar" to stop

real estate, In large or small properly age all brews ofAnheuserBuschBrewing and gaze at some circus bills posted on ONE MILLIONt;

1I1l"ULt.; at low rate of interest, a barn. A brother deacon caught him If roe a Ten't a cul", healtLy movement of Chi
IJ.. E. Brooks, attorney 110..11 r>erj day )uu're III or '-ill be. ke pour ;
C ,ll'u ''na Ass nSt. red handed and lectured him for an )lIow.'lolH'n.aDtfb.' ( iha ihi,,,,ot nokotphrsteorpdttoieoniadangrrouv. ,
uw. :M) FaUfox tit., Fisher Tbtf gmoottrit.
lit 3mlm hour on the enormity of his offense. The .easie-t musttmrfeetwacCkeepingthebowelt ,
baud',?. HeutBti clean u It take Get Our Prices BeforePurchasIng.
Louis. U. S. A. transgressor promised better things. CANDY I

TODAY-Do you need BrVrj o/ the famous Budwelser. Mlehelob. Black 6 Tan. Faust nut, lo, when the circus arrived he r d
YON'EY Pal*Laier Anbeuaer. CATHARTIC
Standard. Expert Pale and tiqulsiu.
borrow his Minnie
IL-Y You can any permitted daughter) to attend .

aw uut you want today ou easiest In company with young Ike Harper .

., Ill; uud lowest rates anywhere Orders Promptly Fi led by his excuse that young people had tE

,,b' unable, on improved 22uu43erl a curiosity to see lions tigers, bears s -- rCapacity
Wrn.1o'isb"r. ALFRED MOOG. Wholesale Dealer (.
eat and didn't down and he
kangaroos ,
fJI.lfIX rtret" lu-tl! \ PE 8ACOLA.. FLA. was warned that any more trifling :
50,000 Daily n
would be serious matter.
IF YuU w:mt to borrow money, inv n___ __ a aMcMl11an
-' :....uey, insure your property ." The deacon was penitent but it 1 I
\Ybt'D"on' n ('arTC'd. wasn't four weeks before be EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
.' abstracts of title, buy or OUR FIRST FREE SCHOOL.It bought a '
iu' al estate rent property ol In George I.'s reign; it was the bounden piano for his daughter.: an informal ileaant.IoIPI>.n.I'alMal.lo\VenUi-n.Potent.(;rl'Taste..-. 10,Good.:>, and PoOoodletrr M rent I

-ttiptiou, have rents cola \Va. Kh
'; or jour taxes attended, the Year 1GII. I house to carte for her guests. Etiquette op'Ul'rs1111 the box p.t.ersIt was decided STERLING BHIIIS rOXPlXT. tall tGO er JEW TOKg. ,

"r uddre-s hus. C. Watson demanded of her and that could be classed
i "u In'' It no one a piano not KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
The first free school established
Pine Barren Fla. !
Ilejl .; it might!; relict tier of her arduous task, under the head of naturally wicked. ,
Plates In
the United was the provinceof
A. Charge' : I nut even the master. To the latter was The IU'SliOIlIs.. Could the deacon i'
J Massachusetts Hay in the year 1011 ':
::, : the labor of live i'l the house with fiddle PEARL & DOLIVE.
only a"signed easy passingthe ; same a PARKER'SHAIR
i.tiin us we will tend moneys I by order of the general 1 colonial court.In f
[ 8.1-11 bottle and looking on while earn and a piano and maintain his religious BALSAM
.wt.ichtobuitiahouse. 1C-17 the same authority declared Chto..mi \itwilitiei tae hVPruinoui 1
joint was placed in turn before his wife intes.Hi.vV the of Gar- _, a loiui.trt rn.eth. .
Call them
I that free schools shou'd be establishedwithin on at corner Mot Full Hmtore OrmHir
- every town having! fifty householders or daughter, as the case! might be, and The deacons critics were watching den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter 1 r to its to Youthful Color. t

uhdi-r penalty of a line of !;3. by her rapidly manipulated. Carving and waiting, when they caught him and electrical wurk.or phone GW. p diMUK-t& blir faluof.ndtl"iia ,
O')1)4.hs became one of the branches of a good tripping in another direction. His barn
: lallufactunr This Cue was doubled by a declaration
: : feminine education, and there were pro- faced the road and when an agent fora
and dealer in Hair Goods. made In lt 71 and again doubled in
fcfc>>ional carving masters who taughtthe stonuuh bitters, came along and offered -
Oil :
HitToilet{ Articles, Hair 1'XJ. Connecticut established free
ladies.; him !*:i: for the of the roof for a The Star
young > use Laundry
,;, ., :29!: West Government stti et. schools In Itiil and levied a tax for
-"' their Miptiort. Maryland establishedfree Lady Mary \\" rll'y Montagu took year the good man pocketed the ca*-h.
YVSN TBU. lessons in the art three times week A soon on the
a mighty: sign appeared

'b .- negroes schools pelts in, 1'JOJ furs ntulll'yietla and beef and tax pork on i and on her father's' public days made a roof, and the last letter was hardly Biggest; Busiest, Best I IV

fD-Severalpersonsof character practice of having her own dinner an iiui-lu-il before llcacon Hastings! was t
for their support Goverllor; Berkeleydeclared
and good reputation in each hour or two beforehand. A guest who in trouble. It was the opinion of the
in 104'J the hope that free
ct.ite (one in this county required) did not receive his portion from his majority that all stomach bitters were
schools would be established in
old never
tt'represeutand advertise e hostess* own fair hands would have threo-fmirths whisky and that the deacon
business houeofolid Virginia, but the towns of Charlestonand
hed wealthy [
uMi: considered himself much aggrieved.A had sold himself[ to the cause of Theyfor Speak t
financial standing. (Salary Elizabeth did{ establish them in j
intemperance and ought to be disci-
fl:!110) weekly with expenses addl- that jear. and Elizabeth set aside 2nO "
and all dayable in cash Chameleon's Tonjjue. plined. He was going! like a lamb to
tlIOulIl, acres of land anal eight cows, the increase ;
direct each Wednesday from head The tongue of the chameleon Is wonderfully the slaughter when the agent hired a
from which was applied to support Themselves !
wices.!! Horse and carriage fur the schools. Tour years later the \ extensile and extensible, says man to drink (our bottles! of the bitters

u-hed when Dtce*suy. Reter- a naturalist. ly the former word I at once and proved that there was (
number of cows had increased!' to forty.
WCM.: Enclose self-addressed envelope. mean the distance It can be thrown. nothing In it to lift a man's heels off We let the Shirts Collars '
Pennsylvania was settled by Penn on :
ColoLial Co., Caxton rand
latter word the ground. The object lesson couldn'tbe Culls Launder for .
mouth. the
out of the fly we speak r
in and
UiU., Chicago. 9feb4w the Delaware river ICS the.
same year a free school, which is stlijIlu'II..l its own elongation Is inferred, for 1 dl'nil'd.tut yet no one was satisfied themselves. They will talk loader
nnIeu to learn barber am sure there is not space sufficient In lie realized this fact and didn't dare
\VAN ('("\ ( under the auspices of the .l.aL we can. We want to be judgedmore
tuiit Always rush for barbers in Friends, or Quakers was establishedIn the lower part of the mouth to accommodate gMe a cornhusking or an apple paring, oy the work we do than by 1

!-: ri' Prepare now. Years saved the eight inch tongue; whichcan that fall.Nemesis.
1'biladt the declarations
iphia. Among .
what we say. tALL .
U:. method :Steady: practice be thrown out unless it is greatly was close\ on the deacon'sheels
of Penn In his "frame of
governnenl" -
t, ,. ;dulaspottiouandboard i contracted again. We know that it lies IIOWCMT. His daughter Minnie r
'. Catalogue mailed freer he asserted this immortal truth,
"fold.'d" in the mouth, but it folds Into was a general favorite, and one inter
-\ \l 1'ncr;, College, New Or- long have since been responsible forgotten; by for the the men government who- n cry small space, and when I have night a lot of young people appeared WORK c. o. D. MI CallEd for and Delivered( Free 1

of the ('OIIIIl1UIIWl'llth11)' government held a cLumeleon's mouth wide opento as a surprise party He couldn't turn TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. j ,

\\ .\\ I 1,1 I kinds of empty beer I is free to the people under it. try to get a tight of this remarkable them away, a\llilte reluctantly brought I
I'riedmjn. ii'J-tl in out his fiddle. WALKER INGRAHAM
; i \\UatcuT be the frame, where the lav" member it st> cniupaotly Manager.
the loose lower lip that to see it is next Tie f'ddle end the piano started out f.
10" _.!jk.L..L I rules, and the people are a party to -.... -
n.111111 -
"Sweet -
with I'.y accompanied \ '
to impossible.The
--- those laws. lore than this Is tyranny,

fill( !. :>.<. i-1; } II''bay inure at,dnew I oligarchy and confu-ion." This sentence they by ever all switched who could off sing ou to, and ragtimethe how ..J.j,. '_"T1iT.. ,.'T--.OT., .ir7. 1..._Ti.,.,_Ka.' IAeTxr....-. _,,. .;.,.. T. ..,- ,
Stlngient Man."I -
1'1: \ about and harne ", is inscribed in a bronze tablet im- I [I ,
deacon could never explain to him
I I Mi! tre kind and gentle, placed In the walls of Independence think! the most penurious man 1eur
I i o/!/ y"-. Apply to JoeTfeblw I hall. knew" remarked the man In the self It was like! a dream to him next I Roberts & Dailey if} I'I'1)SALEIts 'j

J.' ,\01 I ,r $Hi'). mackiiiM'-li. "was old llewligtis. lie day When told that the jouiig; folks\ :E
had l 'ruIin sets and danced to his !
the last halt inch, "
smoked his cigars to ."
A lUt'la1'!: cUt be had in one oft Scnr a Speedy Sprinter. "first four forward and back--ladics IN I

: -' t I' -ldl'm'f1 and most den : Sear, who did such sensational running chewed the stumps and used the aches chanl- L'nts to the lei t-ail promenade

',' ,; ," >'n- of Northwest Hill, { ; for Cornell\ two rears ago; Is still for &uulT, but he wasn't satisfied\ even : ," he studied over it and signed.I'.efw I 1 CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES I Iy f j
then! ami the habit. i ,
'', ;" -i t araiitt-td lease at fair at the unUersity and will come out fur gate up noon next day it was known ,
1.11 ". : > ..1';. Plan of house can the team thIs 't'ar. Sears has :il>out "U'hat for?" asked the man with the '

Ii-, .. ..: i.iy ofllce. A. V. Clnbbs, the finest physique for a sprinter of big Adam's apple. f.r had: fiddled and wide for a that dance.l cacoa That he Hastings wouldbe ,':?. New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. >' V 4FKKrfH

1' ; '", I. Ca-2w -He couldn't think of any way to
any man since! the das of \Vefcrs. If utilize the fcnioke."-Chicago Tribune! churched was regarded as a matter I i) SUPPLY 01"iRALSTON'S 11||; :
Sears improves over his phenomenal of course, and it was determined! that !
FOR x.11.1-Ihe. : tl.I..t desirable I work of two years ago:; lie will nuke his C..lluII'UI'IOIS (iiui-stigate befonhe ; 1; '
I ;- ::1 l'1.IIn, ea")' tNUI", by of (: and Schick of :.No Saleiin Madr.A OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS i iIjJ
Iuffs leorjjctottn; from the 'I'lIl'If ( )
i I. t : 'I 1 flea E"tate Agency run away !\( )
dealer in pet birds was visited by a OF ALL KINDS. :il| | :
Harvard hustle in their events.C'linrrrnlnK
: i a ,l'l 1: l'aLlf/lX lSalmLhld4l : his crime.! Accordingly, at 7 o'clock on ... .. .;
: I customer who stuttered and wanted to the t-\ening; after ho party, they tlcii FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ( s ;
: :
buy a parrot which took his fancy. t h1) ( I
';:lI.ll.. .c'hunl. Annrantln. I-t. into his parlor to put him on the rack.

-- ------ The faiu-'us bay poMin Anaconda, The salesman WISIn Irishman who "I'rithrcn, I hain't got much to say," :':. ROBERTS & DAILY .:.; .I

J\1\f.EI Innx'clwol: : will bt 2.
; '.' i a .\:, I> l-t \\ right street I:. Kice: t-f I'Hi.ton to 1. Haruier I'-ron- The customer said "Uu-du-does that dance, and I guess tlH'rl'11"', then tlilidd <' >> 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. J

II''v. ] !i..,- Mi-s Margaret lacl:1 1y. son of New Hau-n Conn., will be camIiaiiriud parrot ta-ta-talk good"i" ) c sort of got away with nu'." Phone !.,><;. IVii-ncoIa, I'la. >i: ; '

-_-;-ai-tf-= ,: 1 again; nest jiar. Anaconda "if"Well.he did replied not talk the better Irish than salesman you IwuulJ "I'.iit you also tailed out the fi''iirc.s Bk" ....,_f.,..._. ,-,.-. .,.,-- .--...._.. .OT.W.W ..__ .".. ... ...,T_ .,,...-_ .... ....d/ t,
Iltrl1.1.cu1i1F.ii ..-. is one of till'1'1'lh..t pacers the conn- to be daix-d. didn't you ?' aked one."Mvblie v..I s aIJW as..W a..r+vc.I
I his neck off! (
__ wring
try ever produced and during the past \ I tli.l.1ll'lItla' music pot to

: .1f. HOTEL, 110 Inv season won nearly $WOIO for his oil\', I felt lhat I had t<, mix in. liurhf l
.\. Some Other lo."They .
I I. i I, 'I I I. Everything new,; all ow uer.Tuti's. my sinful! las I used to go to every HALL & KLEIN
I, ,' : ,1 i ciiiivinivnceModerate I My. said Willie's\ mother as dance within ten miles."

: ,' '1.11111111Desirable\ day they were watching the "armless! won .'
"There can be no doubt Iicthrer"said
I I., tak.- : der" wind his, watch write his name I
: n. Sljlin
the same deacon, "that it was! sin 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
and do other remarkable things with .
ful music; and that there dancing, .
lll: i.i 1 I\-S: day! board can bej his ta's. "that lie can play the piano
I i n New Commercial hotel i' sPills but we miM not be ton impetuous.1'eacon !

!"i i.ii. iii-ia feirm. Popular but deli see how. Hopkins, will you let us bear Staple and Family Groceries r
"That's mamma replied Willie !
easy "
last ?
t 1 ill-\"It.\ 2ajlniM. : the strains{ seen night
"lie can play by ":lr.
I I The deacon called his daughter down '
This popular remedy never fails to I
n..IJ'.ullj;j 11 O11i.N. Select Meats Etc. in Tins 1
effectually cure Coimtrurtlnn. mid got out his! tilde.V11iiu lie was Vegetables, ,
C'ont of
);O.\i'IXli: llUl'l:; ; ttt WtuelerM.iry tyspepsia, Constipation, Sick "I>o you know what this street railroad tuning up three of Minnie's girl; friends I t':

:-' Ether, Fla.. Mrs. leadachc: BiliousnessAnd cost per mile?" arrived and were ushered into the I ITOOIII. Poultry Eggs and Country Produce. 'l
*1 All the When the music was icady, tin .
| ILL DISEASES arising from a "='0. isnt I know what it cost
't' -"i h'lmat: very reasons derelict said: I' i iROYAL .

I -. Northern touri-ts willf Forpid Liver and Bad DigestionThe Another: .1'lsh larn.Mrs. "I will show you as nigh as I can leinemUr Telephone No. 358.

.11 ideal place to spend a result is God appetite just hour It was. I It'acun Jones I t
natural ; CrimsuIlIJ\'ak-Thi paper says -- -- - -
h' <'P''fo1 12nlin and solid flesh. Dose small; \Ian.llwre with wife. You others

.- ---- sugarcoated and easy to swallow. that every square' mile of sea Is estimated I' stand with these my girls. Now f fB ,
up yon MM VIIISKEY\\
HJ.\IO\\ to contain 120,1 MiO.iiOO\ fi ...... --- -,-- Fake No Substitute. -- tire all rt-nJy. Salute jour iiartnerslIadics :
Mr. L'rim'oubpak- suppose
11\ \\thetailnrh.J3 I re- I to the right-gents to the leftI! I
\ II' VW-t G.vtrunent believe there was some truth In those All Mime: Promenade halt way round i ikif Tears CM, in Cases tf 4 Fell (juzris! at! $3.20 per cat :

': .0-1: .. Kxpre-s otlice[ stories I told you last 5umm'rYull. way lIonw11! balance and !! .
--- -- ----- -- -
v> n i- r-i'irni to (clean tcI '' kens..Statesman.f swing partners!" I ,
1 j-our
"I j pr. -. Ihll{,-' and !!'p lit IfI1 HARPER] The deacons had stnod up reluctantly. I THIrf WHISKEYi i? distilled at the Nelson Co. t
1 :." IWI.I.t". IlIjJ'lI: lie Kay i'ill. I ., Ii-tlllery and is i fully matured in wood
had hung back at the first:
n' I They before bottling it is absolutely pnre and not ex. : t

.\IdeIIAtlt'UII... DeWi t'I Little Early'thf'Risers do I ('all. It was on1'r a minute, how '' ,' cellid i'l quality by any Whiskey of the same age

'. "'- ----'" -'" not gripe nor weaken sy-tem. ever. .\ warm wan swept them) from t no matter where produced. The Jloyal Standard; ..

1."' I L': \K<5A1.\S iii trimmed hats WfflSKTkjII They cure biliousness, j jiurdicp, 1 i; head to Beets and Lack and they went is eight years old when bottled and, considering ,

:b.r.d by Mr--! E. I). Nor1- constipation and inactive livers the bY :, the figures with a vim. I its excellent quality, is the cheapest whiskey
the secretions moving
"illlllkE' arousing the market at that price. As a and as
room for the Maidi"d i bowels gently, yet eiTectually, and I i "That's the way it wa said beacon
t' ,- / lI1u-t have room and \ an absolutely pure s-tiinulatit, there H none better.
; giving: such tone and strength to the I i ]fasting; as the um-\c stoppitl"oulym.iiv
t. "bhipped in cases containing no marks whatever to
: i I"i < are -i) low that they! are' "
gland of the stomach. liver and of it: two hours
r' u-'i (>fill.. Il-memher the I indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examiningthe
.. bowels that the cause of the trouble I I The dt'ticims retired to the kitchenfor
i I U' No 11 East IntendeucM St. whiskey, I i-i not i-ati-fled with the quality he
ti V is removed entirely. These famou consultation, and when they had
: fa can return the same at our expense and money
__ __ iojlntmaker ii bW 1. little pills exert a decided tonic effect -j I got there they l'.,,ked into each others will be refunded. ,

H. Al.l MAX, umbrella 315: upon the organs involved, and ; face and 'IlIl'I'it| 1. "WrlTr" I I All orders should be accompanied by either iIIIGHTYEARSOLo I

s u'u 1'al.ifox street lit cover- 1 -\1k't r4 if their use is continued for a few When they had returned to the part* currency potoflice money order bank draft orex-

"<.: .uul repairing of umbrella; and days there will be no return of John the lor, Iicacon Jones, speaking fc. the 'F 9b(. ]' b p t press money order. We refer to First National
;I1 ri-.ils{ trouble. Hargis Pharmacy hank merchant in Pensacola.
a specialty. Silk cover Kahn. rest said i : I I L or any
Iw- "11 h.1 nd. j anl: ;Sheppard: Sidney find that 1
-- --- -- Brother Hastings we you

AM: ONE: wuttttlg' bored welt.-, plajiil tnCullUlI"C! and that you called S. A. FRIEDMAN

!- I iu |I' i-ts. or anything in the gn>- CARPENTRY AND f pitiful calls\ fur a sinful! dance, but we ,

T diy iroods lin<> will dow it I i aNo find that your fiddle got away .
i FLA.
I i.h.. f n f jiurcha-ii t<> wee 1). with you and that everybody enjoys

-i; r't. olive, 1'la. jlTlm for their most t'elicatepatients. I. the occa!<:.i-n. and so you wm't heir !'. O. BOX 41H. 1KLK1'HOXK179:

Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 6tW any snore almut it I may add in t'. .* t

E.V.. PEAKE, I. If vou have any carpenter or tlecrriI as ve are hire assembled ---. -

r OLD and FURE. I cal work you want well done. and eirg as your fiddle amipiano
'" : ', .1 I contractor and builder "I handle every class of Liquors sold in I '
in tune, might favor us
'i\ il \-iur I. ctncat work in Hrt'i ]I For time: byDannheisser are few more lh'ely111'you *." 1with j t- bulk or bottle wholesale or retail: at prices! that
\ i h. -u.d. at f't-ouablo rate Cleaning ladles skirts and waist' LEWIS are way down.

I: cal w found at 30 :South: Palafox ': BrosI Is one of o-.r specialties. !Star Lana cjj. I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. .

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la times past bread wee aerated by the use
of fermented dough beating air Into It,or, frequently "'-
sour milk and soda were used as the
leavening agent Jiow profrresnive! houw-wKea Elijah Crumley, white, was jailed OF'Come PEOPLE

bare adopted a newer and better mt"thod-tbo I GIVEN AN EARLY MORNINC RECEPTION list night on charge of kidnappinga
GOOD LfCK" way;-It'll sure thorough and
13-year-old girl.
convenient LCCK" Baling Powder

ahoard of the same high etandardaad has DURING A HEAVY Charlie White was sentenced to to Our Store. to Attend Our Monster
long maintained its ixwitlon as the leading .
90 days! this morning for resisting
Baking Powder in the Land.Richmond. RAINFALL .

Yirgieie.ISOCIALEOHOESI. -- ,! arrest People and who assaulting.intend visiting Pensa! .ODD AND END SALE.

At 3 o'clock this morning two cola during Mardi Gras would do .

black thieves endeavored to break well write of the
.......................... to Captain Kryger
into and steal from Arbona's bar Merchants hotel to reserve room for Throngs of people made purchases, and throngs of people went away

j I II corner Tarragona and Intendencia them. It might save inconvenience.After satisfied at the VALUES they had received and happy at the SAVING made

streets. They broke open the side a service of five years at ,
i isN.
entrance the weight of their Roch's Coffee Saloon, Jo-. Santo will Were you amongst the fortunate throng? If not, 'tis yet time to avail
..41NNNNN..4/........ by sever his connection therewith this
bodies and narrowly escaped being yourself of the opportunity.
Miss Fannie Caldwell's Sunday evening to accept a place with the

school casv will give a Colonial reception shot by Officer Humphrey, who new firm of Gray & Goodman.

Friday, February 20th. Tfify saw them from Pfeiffer's bakery, The Epwotth League of the Gad -+THEY ARE ODD LOTS AND MUST GO.LADIES' .- +--
will issue invitations in the of
shape half a block away. den Street Methodist church will
little hatchet Oa side
paper one At 3 o'clock this morning terrific give a valentine social at the residence -
is written "You are cordially: invitedto SHOES. Misses' Shoes. CHILDREN'S
weather prevailed. Rain fell in torrents of Mrs. Marion Clutter, 616 SHOES.
meet George/ and Martha Washington :
at the residence of Judge and the wind blew a regular: I East Gadsden street, Friday night, $3 50 Patent Vicl Lace, Welt f 2 50 Patent Vici. Lace: Welt SI 60 Vici, Lace. Button -

; J'I February 13, at 8 o'clock. Amongthe Sole ...... ...... ....... ...$278 tole, Ili2to2...... ........$2CG: (j to 11.....,... .. .. . *' ,,
C. Avery, Friday, February :! gale, forcing everybody but tiiieves 'I
features will be an Apollo piano I 3 CO Patent Vici, Lace, Turn 2 00 Patent .Koiecl and Tip, 1 25: Vici, Lice or Biuto-i

from to 6 p. in. Admission 2:; cents, I and policemen under shelter. About recital.: Admission 25 cents. Refreshments Hole .............. ...... ... 2 78,; to 2..1 C9 to II...... .... . .
Children 15; cent" On the reverse !; 3 00 Vice Haud-sewfd, Turn 175 Vici Kid.'iJatton or Lace, 1 00"i?i. Lace: or Botton: -
i this hour, officer Humphreys! was I free and all are in- II1 t\ .. .. ... .. ,
to 11
-.u-K:, "Given by :'Ii-s Caldwell's I Sole, Lace or Button...... 239 "
much surpri-ed to see a suspicious' vited. 11)26:! 1 00'Ici Kid, Button or Lace, 100 Patent Leather Lie:
13rt.deychoul cites. for the beuetitj! I 3 00 Vici ViC, Dull Kid.Tops, ll 2 to ..... .... .. .... ....11S to 11. ..... .... .. .
.-,' looking darkey at an 6ppoite j I Welt Sole..... ...... .... 2-:11 "
th.! ):ew church. I appear | REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A : 1 2.1 Vici Button \.r Lice, 11J.Jto oOj Box Calf Button. Ii I.

n's" attendant will be iu colonial corner from Arbona's bir. The ofli- 2 ;50( Vici Kid, Lace, Extension 2.............. .... ...... S9i'': fill Vici, Lace, (6 j to 8. .. .
will Little Bey's Life Saved. Sole ...... .. .... ..... ...... 1 71 100 Vici; Button or Lace, 11", |I 75c Patent Lather; L
lr the allair be
is, and very cer knew he was up to nothing good, I have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's 2 50 Vici Kid Laced or Button 1 89 to2.. .... ...... .... .... ..:: 61cMen's ; to s...... .... ...... . o
wtllas entertaining : :
as >r a
p: 'tty : 2 fit'ici Button CommonSense
so he hailed the black and made him I 50c H.i'd solos, Lacer 1:
I11UIC.l program; i is promised and a : Cough Remedy. Itj! Turn Sole.. ...... 1 h91 j Shoes. I i iK. ton,2 to G...... . .. !n75s '
'I move forward. The officer himself I saved little life and I feel 2 CO Vici Button Welt Bole ... 2 07''
tleaaSt:; time geLernlly. "The my ; 00 Patent Kid, Allover Blucher I| ::; Soft Soles IS Stvle*" .

Father of His Country" receives walked down to the bakery and stood that I cannot praise it enough. li; 2 00 Patent Tip. Lice Cuban. | ...... .. ..... ..... ....J381': ooc Soft Soles, All Col r"Boys'
curlier than his, this : bought a bottle of it from A.E.8t ere j Military and Freuch Heel 1 (jll, 5 00 Patent Vici, Lace: ExtenI I
birthday year there to await developments. I 1 75 Lace Kvtecsiou: role, Heel I sion Sole...... .... ........ 3 791 1 Youth's and Little Gelts'Shoes. :
because; tile 22d falls OU fcuuday. Be II' In a few moments he saw the ne of Goodwin, t:). D., and when I pot I and Spring Heel...... .... 1 2'J\ 1 5 00 Patent Coronar, Monkey I Ii ,

sure to remember the date, :Friday, home with it the poor baby could 1 75 Lace, Patent or Leather i Skin Top,...... .... .... ... 3
groes go the side door of the bar,and hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas Tip ...... .... ...... ...... .. 1 21 3 50 Patent Vici i91 .
February :filth, from to 6 p. m. or Button 2
directed ten minutes until 1 75 Button, Extension Bole... 1 21)
suddenly pressing their shoulders every 3 M Shoes, all kinds and styles 2 76 (3 50 Patent Vici, Lace. \\VltSoles
"threw up" and then I thought 1 50 Lace or Button Heel and
the caused them sure ..,. ...... .... 3 00 Patent Enamel, Extension 211 ; 4 to 5J.i... .. . E ->
d Mrs.! Frank M. Dunn entertaineda to entrance, to fly he was going to choke to death. We l Spring Heel 118 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid 2 00 Vici Kid Lace
to 5'
2'a ,1:1:
Officer taken had to pull the phlegm out of his 125 Lace of Button,Patent Tip, Lined... ...... ...... ...... :
few intimate friends informally open. Humphreys! was 2 41 I 75 Vici Kid: Lace, 2'.. to 61
mouth in great long strings. I am Extension Sole..... ..... 80c! :kJ
f' yesterday afternoon. by surprise, but quickly pulling his positive that if I had not got that 125 Laoe, Common Sense..... b9c I 2 2 60 Vici Lace Kid, Patent,Plain Leather.or Cap Toes... 1 189 bl 1 25 Satin Toes Calf,2 Lace,'i'Plain. or
Cap to
" ..... j sgr
"j bottle of cough medicine, 1 00 Lace Common Sense SIc j.
gun he let two shots fly at the bur- my boy 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 1 "5 Vici Kid Lace, 13 to 2. E i 48
r Mrs. Bleeker Frobes will entertain would not be earth today.-JoEL
on Toes, Lace or Congress... 1II!) 150 Vici Kid Lace .
13 to 2. i IiI
:o. at cards Saturday afternoon at 2 glars. One of the negroes dropped DEMONT all Inwood, Iowa. For sale Ladies' House Slippers. 1 75 Lace, Box Calf.. .... ...... 1i6 25 Box Calf Lace 13 to 2. 9lc
and medicine deal-
: by
!\ o'clock and evening at 7:30 o'clock, suddenly and was not again seen to I 1 50 Heavy Satin Satin: Calf 1 ;50 Vici Kid, Lace, 9 to 13, 1 II |Is
1 i! February 21.Through eta Khoes.. .... .... .... .... ... 1 22 123; Vici Kid, Lace, 9 to 13 We!)
rise search failed locate $1 Red
although a : to 75 and Black Quilted New Orleans Hand Made Cable I

,:11 him. The other one was seen THE MARKETS. I Satin Fur Tops..... ...... 149 Screw Shoes......... .... 93c I
some mistake yesterday i 160 Black Julietes. Fur Tops.. 1 19 (" Merchants are not barred from buy- HAS KEENS, WOULD-BK.
, the name of one of Mrs. Hyer'3 as- to rush oil in the darkness. 150 Black Felt Juliets! Fur Ing this shoe.Men's. I
\1 Tops! ...... ...... .... .... ... 87c YEXTOHAX}) FAKE SALES:
iYf flsUnts wail omitted. Miss Emily Officer Humphreys blew his whis- Slippers.
: 75c Black Felt Slippers, lined 4'Jc: MUST GIVE WAY 10 THE

Jones, the young daughter of Mr. tle for his neighbor officer, but COTTON REPORT Black Sarge Slippers... .... .... 21c $I 23: Vici Kid Black! Opera.... 993 ORIGINATORS OF 1'111u m\T

and Mrs.Chipley Joues was one of I $1 50 Felt Shoes, Leather Tipped 1 00 Vici Kid, Black, Tan or AND ONLY
is the most dtteuthe of the charming i Captain Frank responded and together Lined, Lace.... ...... 1 19 Wine Color.... .......... fill
ladies! who served refreshments in I they made an investigation, Reported for TilE :NEWS by D. F. 1 25; Felt Shoe, Lace or Congress 75c; Black or Brown Alligator 3'Jj

t' I Lowe Co. Lined..... ...... ... 89j!: lOc Whittemorp, Baby Elite, ODD AND END SALE !
' a pretty white gown of pink This i and came near being killed. I Black Serge Shoes, Lace or Cou- 4c Combination Poli-h... .. 63

4' young lady wa most attentive and I Entering the bar the officers went Spots.

I' Good Middling..9 1.4 I -
gracious.The ,
directly to the safe and register to

:. German last--night was as usual j\j see if anything had been taken. Strict Middling liddling..9.................. ....9 }.8 i Meyer: Shoe Co.Feet

i?:' a great UCCH1! r. Kessler led ]| Capt. Frank tried the safe door and Strict Low Middling.... ......8 13-16 .

i e' with Miss O'Hara, who is visiting found a string hanging therefrom.He Low Middling...... ...... .....8 1-2

1j... Miss Turtle. ._?. \ was not conscious of his danger Tone Steady. Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.

i The couples were: FUTUKKS.' J
until Mr. Arbona
:appeared few
Mr. W. M. Pitt with Miss Robert. a March .. ...... ...... .... ; .

;. son. moments afterward and informedthe ...... ...... .... ... .. ....... ..931 SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER I
Mr. Ed Quina with Miss Spurck. officers that the string was attached A GREENHUT & CO. 4

I Z Mr. M. Moreno with Miss Nicolt to a loaded shotgun which NAVAL BTOUi-4 MAKHKT. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
tOn.jt was supposed to be fired as soon as Reported Da ly for The New bj
Mr. J. C. Watson with Miss Mary LINE
anyone had touched the safe door. Union Naval Stores Co. I .WHOLESALE GROCERS
NicoUon.; E08IN.fVf ... ,
Mr. T.V.. Brent with Mis Roth. By a kind providence, the string had
The Pensacola St. Andrews and
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I Mr. We terHlt with Miss \Vi e. slipped, and on account, probably,of _____ 3 K5 B_ ....._.. 2 00 Gulf Steamship Company has fixed Nos. 102, 104,106. East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.

Mr. Buckner Chipley with Mrs. T I the damp atmosphere, had failed in S_...__ B5 K__-.._ jftflM the following schedule and rates to -

W. Brent. ___...__ 3 45 E._ .... _... 110, apply between Pensacola and the
Mr. Blue with Miss. Turtle. its death dealing purpose. S __ _.______. 8 ii( J).__...__ I w l points named: D. HALE WILSON
v.r l The officers were not in the best L-_____ 2b0! C.t below_ 1 tWi SCHKDl'LK.Steamer ,
Mr. R. M. Cary with Miss Mallory. 1 i uriBiraTUBPXNTiHE-tabld.
, Mr. Dan Sulhvau with Miss Cora frame of mind when they found hownarrowly Tarpon will leave Pena-
I coli every Tuesday night at !8:30: Real Estate and Rental
had A Severe Cold for Three Months. Agent
1 Mallory. I they escaped death o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile ,

t't Mr. Wise with Mi-s Edna Avery.Mr. and have reported the matter to the The following letter from A. J. train and the P. & A. accommodation -
Martiu Sullivan with Mina Nusbaum, of Bitesville, Ind., tell 'II train. Thi will enable a 1J.l South Palafov Street,
I mayor. its own story: "I sutfered for three person to leave Mobile! at 6 p. m.,
Stella Avery. I j' --- ---- months with a severe cold. A drugKt ?- I make clove connection at Pensacola 7FLEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACDLA, FLORID

.Ir.l". .\. Ro= with Miss Sullivau. Nearly Korf.-ns His Ufo>. prepared me some medicine, 1 and reach St. Andrews the next .

1 Mr. A. A. Brooks with Miss Mollie !I i A runaway almo-t ending fatally, and a physician prescribed for me, morning; at 7 o'clock.I'ASSKNOKU.

Brent. ;, started: a torrible ulcer on the leg of I ypt I did not improve. I then trif'dFolf'Y's : H.\ns.:
: I Honey and Tar, and eight
a Mr. Sam Pasco with CelestiueBrent. 'I'| J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. i do 'cured me." Ilefuse suostit te". The passenger rate frum Pensacola BRA Wl\IER'S

i i iMr. i i For four years it defied all doctors :I W. A. D'Alemberte. will'! be as follows:
Fdimih Chipley with Miss' and all remedies. Buckleu's Arnica I To St. Andrews and St. Andrews

Mamie Merritt. I II j Salve: had no trouble to cure him. I l ("PORTL\NI CEMENT a points-$6 00; round trip $10.
I I I $2.u0 per barrel. A. V. CLUBRS, To Apalachicola and Carrabelle-
I Mr. Val Wright with Miss Mary I I ICliaffin. 1 I Equally good for Burns, Bruises, Corner Bra and Garden Street $8 50; round trip $15. CLEARANCE SALE
|I Skin Eruptions and Piles. 23c; at W. I These fares include first-class

Mr. Alviu Wright with Miss Isa-j i i A. D'Alemberte's Drub Store, 121 cabin stateroom and meals.:!
t Further information be securedby
bel (!uina. South Palafox street.
applying at the company's offices
Mr. J. C. Porter with Miss Daisy TAKING
in the Thiesen building. .BEFORE STOCK.
t Wright.Mr. 1 I I I

: S. M. Cross with Miss DJI
ye LOCAL FOREOABT-FFelr and colder tonight A GOOD ItECOMMFNIATIOY.' 73 Boys' Double-Breasted 2 piece I I I 64 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth all

'I Ji Hyer. I : Thursday fair; fresh west winds **I have noticed that the sale ofChamberlain's suit, all wool, worth $3, special pale Colors, regular $1 yard, this sale b'Jc
Capt. Bottoms with MiM Leonard. $1.98 suit.
I becoming northwestTemperature Stomach and Liver yard.
' Remember a full line orBoys'
'J Stags were Mr. LeCocq, Mr. Vincent we carry
: Tablets is almost invariably to those Pants, from 3 to 16 age at Five Pieces Black Shark Skin 41-
I I'j! .; of New Orleans, and Mr. Logan In Last 24 Hours:
j of Virginia. i M'iit1iuni______.47 degrees who have once ned! them" says Mr. prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress! Good, latest out, regular

, Minimum ___ _":'._.t degrees :-E J. H. Weber, a prominent druggistof l at our Show Wli.dow for |1 yard, this sale 89c: yard.
; The chaperones who graced the occasion == prices on Ladies' Underwear
.I I Cascade Iowa. What better 38 pieces Fancy Dress Good, wool
well line of Ladies'Flannel
a We
!i' \\t'reIrs.. Brent, Mrs. Tutle, Temperature Elsewhere: carry and Silk
regular $I yard, this sale
ommendation could any medicine : and Silk Waists at prices so
;k Mrs.! Ke&rlcr and her friend, Mrs. I lIn. Mar. Us: yard.
have than for people to call for it everybody can wear one.
,CIO Halizman.from Washington Atlanta__ ._._-.40( H81111llHek when in need of such a remedy? Try 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
I - --- .___ ___.111 3'1Chicago. them when you feel dull after eating Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rfetU. silk warp, regular yard, this

.______34 40Clnclnnatl. when you have a bad taste in drawers to match. sale 8oc yard.

t HEAVY RAINS ____ L :i2i C. R. TAYLOR, your mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- 30 pieces! 30-inch All-wool Tricot,

i, lalvestou.-! .... _,_._.-l9 Ct or when troubled with constipation dershirts, worth Sue, special 35c; all colors, regular 35c yard this gale
Huron.._._. .__.:4 pt\ Artistic Shoemaker and you are certain to be delighted drawers to match. 20c:: yard
ON THE GULF COAST I ack.sonville ___._ -.t2 TO6J with the prompt relief which 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts (,1-Just Received a Full Line

I Kansas! ClIy___ __31 F'iNEWORK A SPECIALTY.Phone they afford. For sale by all drug- worth $1, special 75c; drawersto Walstings, regular 2-jc yardthis solid
Key West__.._._...__ TtS oil gists and medicince dealers. match. 15c yard.
Memphis _..,_.._.__H 4S No.23. 9 South Palafox St. 100 doz Men's AH Wool Camel's. T7 Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy-

fCj Heavy rains prevailed yesterday )Mobile_ "_"_"_'_.-.It We have just received our: Hair Undershirts, worth $lW. special : Day Skirts, worth $l.W, special sale
Montgomery .__._ 40; t"n $l drawers to match, in White, : 933 each.
and last ni ht the ;
!f { along gulf coast: I 1903 line Go-
New Orlt'aos.1 of Heywood
Mardi Gras Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladi !s' Ready-to-\Vear Rainy-
t': the precipitation being the greatest: i Sew York___..,.... .__31) 40 Carts with all the latest im- We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts, guaranteed all wool,

at Montgomery where 2 GO inches Savannah.........__ 49 66St. Shirts and Drawers worth $3; spec- worth $i, special ale $2.13 each.
Louts ____,8" 5'i : provements. Call and see ial to close $1.20 each. I 60 Ladle Black and Colored
1,1 I has been registered for the paitl --- Ball them; they are beauties. 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth Jl.60, special

: hours. Mobile reported 2.28 inches, i $ $ Marston $ Quina. and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 9'+c each.
25c; drawers! to match. 37 Ladles' Black! Tailored and Figured
; Meridian 2 30 inches, Galveston l.Mi
j i 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth f2 GO j to $6, special!

\ inches, New Orleans 1.60 inches, ...CONCORDIA HALL,.... Hot French Waffles with Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; sale |1.98 toi.93 each.ReadytoWear .

: Vickburg. and Atlanta 1.1S inches. Florida Cane atSolomon's drawers to match. Jackets, oar price
j ARRIVED.Amsch Syrup We carry a full line of Ladies', =1.48 to $3 each You will save

I The local rainfall registered 1.16 Goodwin Stcddard, 754: Untcbln- Tuesday fli i 9t, feb. 24th, Men'i and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
t son. Mobile to Jno A Merritt Co that we can save you 25c on. buying.
most of which deluged the earth I'.rsch folonia,4i, Foster, Utllla
to master Rem mber-We full line at 11.60to
AT 9 O'CLOCK.FIIISTCLASS carry a 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy,
I early this morning. Fair: weather is I went to Pryor'a furniture house of Men's Clothing Bougnt at oOc on $5; worth nearly double.
MUSIC, on West Government street and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boy Double-Breasted piece
predicted tonight, with a fall in tem. CLEARED. LARGE DANCING HALU furnished my entire house for just jast'g price oS other merchants. suit, worth 1.50, epecial 98o suit.
Hal bk Crriore.SH. Podesta,by W 8 Kt'1'It'r
t : perature. Fresh northwest winds .t Co for Banla Blanca*lth C74UuO I ft one-half of what I expected to pay.

t will prevaii.O. lumber tier 8i,'ued at DTI.(S.TrtO Petersen by W L Wit- the All door maskers and no will objectionable be examined char-at It was a surprise to me, and I don't Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat

tick 4 Co lor. Uenoa with vsS.KW i ft lawn acters will be admitted. know why I remained single so long. Ours. Remember the Place
timber t.l M. Pryor will sell you furniture
toit.erbk Windibrant. 1240, Uaase. by 8 P ,TICKETS 50 CENTS. E.
cheaper than any other home in F. BRAWNER.
Bhotter no for Hamburg with Ida bbls 3fudgln'st file Best for $c. 105 S. Palafox Su
She city. rosin valued at l&.uuu : begins Carnival Parade.


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