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 12, 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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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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.- the case exactly : I was employedby

.. '. I the county commissioners to vac.
ENDID INVESTMENT. GOOD ROAD NOTES.The I cinate the of Escambia
A S. M. A. J&N IMPORTANT vessels will be loaded by people coun- .
ty. On last Monday morning
,.. ij UK'id* lido Joy to 1'verj- Com- Improtrmrnt of lllith"a}. In QUINAHAS the Gulf Transit Company here one
11I0 nit).. Aarloun Slate! A BATH CIRCULAR LETTER week ago, at 7 o'clock I met Mr. ..
'!II nut Know that bad iible I Tile council I of Ilammonton, N. J, within the next :30 days Three will I Shelby(one of the commissioners) at

fur so many of has passed au ordinance allowing! a rebate go to Genoa, two to Liverpool and Bayou Moxas bridge (near Mill

?e hart not thought: ( of :?:! in taxes for each wheel on the seve.n others to as many different' view.) I was then on my way 'to .
t lI'r. Some of our a wagon hating a tire four inches or The following will be read with Fayeteville Ark., Jan. 30, 1903. Beulih, his home, and I stopped and f

mil many of them more in width. It has been found by interest by the 1'en.sacola;: pen'l To the Officers and Members of the points. The new list was issued yesterdays had a talk with him. He said to + '

a i'n'he roads because test that vehicles with broad tires do man's friends this city : Confederate Southern Memorial Association The two vessels constructed '
"Doctor I
me: am on my way to
'..Il'alu of a Rood not damage:; the gravel roads as much :
N ill' for the South African line
A special from Welsh, La., to the Circular Letter No. 1. are Millview, you go in and vaccinatethe
make the
the tires and to
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The President announces that in accordance listed to arrive March 1 and 10 people in neighborhood andI
i ',' r Was a Rood road change;; popular among farmers the rebate New Orleans Picayune says: respectively my
1 "' I.. /.i-J country on earth in taxes has been inaugurate Three prominent oil men of Mobile with the charter of the Con- It Is said a great deal of will be vaccinated tonight or to
federation, and with the unanimous
t''' : .1)i i IIK per' cent a year on : At Farmlngton, Mo., it i.s stated that Ala.1 and Pensacola Fla., Joseph Bs- and cordial approval of the United space on each of them has been I morrow." I went to his house; bill F

.." -. the ladies of that vicinity, some thirteen palla, I'hclan I'. Dorlon and M, A. Confederate Veterans, the Confederate' wife said she woutd not be vacci

\ .: P I, d,i; the value of every in number, held a "bee" and put apiece Quina, while driving north of the city Southern Memorial Association will sold. nated. I canvassed: every house in ''

1 i,, market when prices o( road of about one mile in the to-day, attempted to cross a small hold its fourth annual convention in his settlement, including the school. '
stream, which was deeper than they Take Piso's Cure for Consumption for
t.iK'-s us out (It the rlutt'Ls best condition it was ever in. It is reported New Orleans at the time of the United I only vaccinated four boys-one of
anticipated. The horses became unmanageable Coughs, Celd and
s ;" pirates! who sell that they came early, armedwdth Confederate Veterans' reunion.As Consumption.
and as the rig was aboutto Mr. Shelby's and three of Mr. Stegoll's. -
i ."..t l our backs at their shovels, rakes, hoes and wheelbarrows usual, thp opening feature of the Sold everywhere. e '
be overturned in the swift current,
The teacher of the school .
L.p. t their own accounts and labored the entire day.It convention will be a memorial servicen
from the
Mr. Kspalla jumped buggy
"- t p iitanoe for our toil and is said that a woman surveyor of into the ater. At the same time he memory of Jefferson Davis Tuesday, LIEUT. BIERER had already been vaccinated ; all '
May 19, 1003. at 10 a. m.. at ChristChurch the rest of the children refused to be
.\ "i.' nu ld shortens distance, highways in that town is to be electedanother became entangled in the laprobe. .,
II -"'I'. horsi'tlt'sli, harness, s))rim::. which became wrapped around him. Cathedral business of great vaccinated. It was then 11 o'clock. .

,' ,' ,! awl l !lessens the bur- '' A novel method of raising money to Mr. Dorlon. seeing Espalla in distress, I this importance'ouwntion-Ihe will demand adoption attention of an at TAKES A WIFE Nothing else, to do in his neighborhood 'j

11 possible to haul two repair road has Bleu adopted in Supertue jumped from the wagon to his assistance official badge design, the election of I went to Muscogee and '\'ae-

i vith the same powers Xeb. The; sash hasdrltied but found the water very de"I,1 officers for the ensuing three YI',1 -- cinated 63; that evening. I did not ,
s ton stuck in the to get up a minstrel! show and and attempted to retreat to the interest.
other matters of special Lieut. B. B. Bierer surprised his suppose Mr. Shelby would want me
succeeded! in reaching it by
devote the proceeds to repairing: the and only
1 The president announces with pride
catching the buggy as the frightened friends to neglect vaccinations to remain "
1 i IMIIS: us closer together: roiI in the river bottoms which weredistroyeil that there are at present over forty recently when he went to
horses swam to the opposite bank. and vaccinate him. Now the minutes ;
i. makes neighbors) of : by the uvirttutv'iog: :; of the associations enrolled in the Confederation Washington. He is the popular 1I
Kspalla, who is not known as a swimmer of the board states, we should "
::its every farm mort- Itv'imblican river the past summer. and the corresponding secretary .
I of note, made a life-sa\ing effort, commander of the gunboat Wa p. ,
make each commissionerin
and 'cnlh'nlinent i agitatedin is in communication with many a report to
-- joy ( The road question being ; and although weak, reached the ':
"".nity. Imagine man Tullabiiiua. Tuin.. and \icinity. .\ta shore before all vent his strength was ex more. The state \ice-presidents are This is what the Army and Navy his district. I had not reported to ,

,U I.Kinuil: trying to loci reetnt meeting; iiie farmer stated hausted. They were fortunate to escape urged to bring this matter before the Journal had to say of him : Mr. Shelby and he took at it. r'
people of their respective states it
that be bad sustained a loss of :::'''111 1>>- with their lives. All seemed to as I told him I meant no disrespect to \ ;
is known many of these memorial associations Lieut. Ilion B. Bierer, U. 8. N., and
not being; able to get his com to iuir- |ha\e recovered late this evening. still in existence him, and if the board considered it i
are Miss Aessle M. Roberts were married
TO IMPROVE HIGHWAYS. Let iwini: to bad loads. He thoughtit throughout; the South. All of these in Ht. Margaret's church Wash- so, I tiered him an apology but not 0 ,

time that they were inii>ro\el. Other Where Emery One Smoke. are invited to join at once and thus I an humble apology.S. .
t'l,'i : i .\11 to the Value ington, D. C., a few days ago In the
n ouiil) \ f.inpers were ef the same opinion Smoking is universal In Polynesia, I assist in the patriotic endeavor of pre- M. GONZALEZ, M. D. 'l'An
>" llruuliful Uoild and it 1 is expected! that the agitationwill I China Japan and !Siam.:; In Burma the j serving the record of the noble work presence of several jiundred friends
\ t ;,it nuvtin; of the San result In inii>ro\ing roads in that mother takes the cheroot from her accomplished by the women of the Rev. Herbert Scott Smit, the rectorof AUa k-of Pm'onlWarded;; '; Off. t. :' F

) O'liimerual nstoviation"iiiiaittev Beet ion. I mouth and puts it to the lips! of her South so tenderly eulogized as "The the church officiating. The four "Some: time ago my daughter I :
: on resolutions Joplin Mo, has ext-ellent roads leiuling nursing babe while the child pursesits Women of the Confedercy by our ushers were Lieuta. E. T. Pollock; cold. She :,
I caught a severe complain- :
: our of adopting the fol- from it in every tlir'tillllhol1t; tiny lips and puffs away with every only President Jefferson Davis. G. W. Laws, R. H. Leigh and C. F. .
ed of in her chest and bad a
fi",(HH) a year is spent on an average. indication of pleasure. Kaffirs ha- i Application blanks can be had fromthe pains : '
president, state vicepresidentsanil Preston, U. H; N. The bride was escorted bad cough. I gave her Chamberlain's : .:
:\ > 4'g adds more beauty toy Some $l-><',lMMJ has bean spent during bitually smoke cigars;: with the lighted i .
., shade corresponding secretary.Ry by her brother, Mr. William Cough Remedy according to :
: than appropriate The funds for the ,
the list SX: )'mrs ends in their mouths and their tonguesadroitly ti
liiKhwajg and whereas, order of Arthur Roberts. Miss directions and in two days she wa '
work come mainly I from the saloon tucked out of harm's way. May Reynolds -t.
'd 1. absence of such trees MRS. W; J. BEHAX, well and able to go to school. I
'.v. ivs of the San Jon uln taxes every saloon in the district being Even the pygmies! of central! Africa areinveterate Pres. C. S. M. Association.SUE of Baltimore, was maid of have used this remedy in my family : 'j'I
,fore be it compelled to pay $;.7.5) to the fund. smokers. The sun never : II WALKER honor, and Lieut. H. H. Christy. U. for the past seven years and have j'

,: ,'ut'h'orjanlzatlori set In usMo the Ten per <:l'lItn each $1110" of taxable sets on the smoking world, for )beforetime Corresponding Secretary S. N., best man. In the afternoon never known it to fall," says James : t#.1
to '
: urged
\ 'icy be
i ''n us Arbor day. making valuation in the district is the only white man of the Occident putsdown Lieutenant and Mrs. Bierer left for Prendergaat, merchant, Annato Bay, I. tl'.
,lay, and to Unite the additional means of revenue.-Good his pipe at night the yellow man the South and will be Jamaica, West India Islands. The
temporarily in the chest indicated an &p"J. l(
h respective community matutinal pains
i Roads Magazine. of the orient has lit his AN ART STUDIO. .,
:, use on that day for the located at Pensacoia Navy Yard proaching attack of pneumonia, t<
UK shade trees along thepectlve cheroot where the former is which in this instance was undoubtedly .
I have studio in 9 on duty.
bottleof opened a room ,
i, nolKhborhooJ.,, The Saving of a Few cents on a warded off by Chamber
for the purchase of ap.iivl Vanilla Extract: will not atone for An Explanation. Salisbury block, where I will give Nearly Forfeit HU Life. lain' Cough Remedy. It counteracts I' :r K
for the defraying ofni the of having dessert In one the aurora borealis was
annoyance year lessons in my own system of draw- any tendency of a cold toward \ '
s should be raised bv that is "just a little oil" in flavor: eeen one night; as far south as Wilt- ing-called "Black and \Vhite"- A runaway almost ending fatally, pneumonia. Sold by all druggists -t t,

.'i"n. m' "h.! or otherwise as Always buy. _Burnstt's. __ shire. The inhabitants of a certain also in French Pastel painting and started a terrible ulcer on the leg of and medicine dealers. f't't' toads In llurope. village assembled to witness the unwonted J. B. Orner Franklin III. '
iood ) Grove
organizations in thet i' 1
; Newspaper and Magazine Illustrating. t 1-
the inquiries I PORTLAND CEMENT at
were ;
in spectacle.
!.c S-ui Tranciseo Chrou- In Europe many roads, especially For four years it defied all doctors .
.-nl. tu bend l'n'nt'lIort, the mountain regions, with their windIngs as to what It was when a woman and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica $2.50 per barrel. A V. CLUBBS !I :r 4.
-- nn,1 exclaimed "Do thee send for our I have taught large classes: in every I '
7'I? a betterment of the buttresses, culverts, wails aim : Salve had no trouble to cure him. Corner Bru and Garden Streets. i :
tunnels monuments of the highest Jock. He's a scholard. I'll be boullhe'll town in Georgia and in many of the' ;

engineering are! skill. In European roadways gie un a name:" When Jock arrived female colleges> of the South! so can Equally good for Barns, Bruises, Do yen -w-nt: a magnificent watch i I"t!

all ditches, brooks and small water he looked upward aud said. "Oh, offer you an, experience of twenty- Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W, for little money? If so, callon .:

I aped an Awful Fate courses are spanned by stone culverts it's only a phenomenon:'' "There," five years. In the studio will be A. D'Aletnberte's' Drub Store 121 Stephens the Jeweler. He will accommodate .. ,:

I\\. lla;;'ins: of Melbourn, Fla., often of elaborate construction said the delighted; mother; "didn't" I :'found the choicest collection of South Palafox' street. you. t"
the tell "ee he'd gie un a neaise? -Notes j
My doctor told me I had while projecting spurs of rock on :
work shown :
1 pierced by tunnels. and Queries. crayon ever by a single If you want your office ,.
tiou aud nothing could be mountain slopes are VALUABLE CITY LOTS.
artist and an invitation is :
sides usually covered withgrass furnished go to Marston fyQuinats.
me. I was given up to die. Slanting are it
Willing to Walt. to to and see it. My
1 ", which is kept neatly trimmed. I everyone cope : ,.
[If\: free trial bottle of Dr. You They an elegant :
this bill just now.
rains and "I pay terms for instruction are moderate. t
+, N"t' l1'f'fod to it. Results
me try ey." porchasbed by Mr. 0. M, Pryor and chairsGoldring's ,
*' : ''irthu I the office / :
am now on
,,i t' recovery<: and owe all to Dr. Hot Chocolate with "All right sir" cheerfully respondedthe Cure For Lumbago.W. and placed on sale to desirable purchasers .L'r;
seated himself and unfolded :No. 3 saloon at the
S New Discovery It surely Whipped Cream at Solo.coon's. boy as he C. Williams, of Amherst, Va., many have been sold, but ;. BWrs
'lV d my life." This great cure is the copy of the morning paper." Bars' : "For more than a year I suf- some of the choicest are still held by Union depot, since Its opening, baa .
.T aiteed far all throat and lung "Them's the orders of the guv'nor. fered from lumbago. I finally tried become noted as the place to find i ra ? J. .
: a-e* iyv.. A. D'Alemberte, 121 We are the only furniture "What are the orders of the guv'nor Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it him.He the best and purest brands of liquors e "': ; 1 1to
/" r.ilifostreet.. sternly. entire relief, which all will sell to actual settlers on '
Price Sue and who demanded the gentleman gave me
dealers in the city carry be found in the You J
$ most favorable terms city. will
Trial bottle free. "I'm to wait for the money." other remedies bad failed to do. as he li determined i
-. a complete= line of china .. Sold by all druggists and medicine to build up this property. receive polite attention and be made i It"j z i I

.a Guaranteed Cure for Pile cases and sideboards. We Sample -bottles of Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot dealers. TO CURE A QpLD IN ONE DAY welcome. ,. .'. 'i' t

lag Blind, r.leedlng or ProtrudIng sell them fur cash or on the great kidney liver Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableti All Hot French Waffles with ";
l' 's. Your druggist 110\11 refund your and bladder remedy, are being distributed Ftiiey's Kidney Cure druggists refund abe money It U tails to I Florida Cane '
'y If 1'AZO OINTMENT falls to cure easy payments. Marstonfy here from house free. Have maka kIdam aDd Hxtfpf fifhi cur. E. W. Gron'a1snatare: is on each Syrup atSolomon's. : I
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"Pretty nice," she replied. "Mamma when she stood there. Her excited cal I paper
more Jagged; more' disreputablethan .
made me a dma that looked ji. lit II rarfg through the silences, the girl's !
lace ever, pasted zigzag"across.Muriel }
tle way off. It was black orer "Hush- ensuing. It was pitiful to
admitted me. Somehow I never -
Her Beau white sateen: but they wrote 'jt: np : hear the appeal of her young voice In
felt the need of a servant in that
'black lace over white satin. Iff all i Its Imperative soothing. .
house, Muriel was so beautiful
right when they put it like that in the' One morning her mother knocked, openiiijr
FromHertford Use door."How's .
papers, but it's awful to have to wear entered and stood before me with the
thIs lurid? I asked.
sateen all the time In the. place of light in tier eyes and on her face not "What
made the old card back
: you put
sating old but rapidly gjowing so.

."Yo r mamma sat up all night nearly I stopped my work to listen. again r'"Umh
making it for you," said I.' Tve spent every cent on the furniture !" she whispered. "Wait auo.ll

By Zoe Anderson Norris "I know that. she nodded. "There this month," she commenced, "and I'll tell you." for Infants and Children.The .
I i><'?|pod through the double doors of
are no flies on mamma, it slie wouldn't. today is'my rent day."
,;. yell so. Liaten.! ; "How ranch is due?" the parlor and there sat her beau from Kind Yon Hare Always Bought has borne the signature

Copyright Mo!. b"zJt .d.11"TtII7I1 S'cniIOSAILIXG Yell! The welkin! rang with shrieks She named the sum. Hartford.I of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

of: It staggered me somewhat I studied rushed upstairs, and by and by she personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no mm

"Muriel: Muriel! Muriel!" the situation! from all sides Already I followed rue. stood in her old position to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations niul

unexpectedly, I bail "Hush.1": the girl cried back.. "I am was four weeks in pawn, with no bopethnt'I and with bean her back explaining."I against. the shut door "Just-as-good" are but Experiments, and endanger the

a friend to find<< me a ('Om i II;:." could see of getting out If she
health of Children
-Experience against Experiment.
wasn't going to try to fool him
and she had found me She ran down.; Presently, returning were bodily ejected I should lose that
she said. "If he really cared for I
that Back In my own country she fell Ui'. ,against the, shut door ex four weeks' board. If I gave her what thought; he'd care for me in spite me of it. The Kind You Have'Always Bought
hausted. hoard
amounted another four weeks'
I bad gone to her door one evening at and if he didn't care then the
\Vhat did she wmU" 1 inquired, the risk of losing game i Bears the
I saved the first at Signature of
dusk and knocked.. She let me In, and wasu't"ortll the candle. So 1 told him
stopping the click of my machine in the the s 'ond.
taking me to the wiudow she pointedout all about It-how we kept boarders torIIIIDB
middle of a word, Being a writer, I had no money tolase.
to me a house in the middle of theecond "A thousand things I don't .
at once. But remembering how when I

block away. know what on earth is the matter with first began I often knew what it was to

"It Is there that I hare engaged you mamma going on so." experience ,the vacillating feeling of

room" she told me. "I engaged It "She's I all nerves, trying to run this not knowing where my board money ,

particularly for tonight. boarding house oil nothing. was to come from exactly; rcmemlicr-

I had not taken off my things. 1 "She needn't have done It We had Ing also how, still being a writer at In Use For Over'30 Years.
live without"I "H C.R..UR CONK..... .. .
started out. (llOuh'io on any moment the thing was liable to "UR.rr. Rtwo. cr.T' .
You will be back for dinner, won't knew hrd heard her mother say. reoccur, I went to my desk, nmLdraw-1, 4 / p < --..

.hut enough barely, nnll'she had to go ing out a check that had been passed ,
you? .she asked with a wistful "You
d down on her.kuees like many another through; the grating of the dining
won't l>e buck for dinner, will you?" woman to that husband of hers she room window that morning, warm I I s W. B. FRIGHT GOfflPflJIY

air. And I hud replied: "No. I mayas kept secreted somewhere bout the ,
from the signature <>f a gracious editor,
well stay to dinner tin-re. They I .
prl'mll's'llo: assisted her in the I
I handed: it to h<'r.
will charge:; me fur it all the same" "
"You have saved my life, she said I
The room was nut so bad as it might -
U II though I hardly thiiik it was quite sobad 'l LUMBER
Lave been, and the house was a hand- LATHS
as that made it out to be. r ,
%)iue one, but the general atmosphereof '1,,' '".1"" o -'L't
She came back from her landlord
It rather struck me with amazement. k SATED CYPRESS SfllHBLEWWnPENHACOLA.
with a face that hcamul. S @@I
The little \\ln
Woman kept it had just II "
I "If you could have seen him hook at
moved in from a The caretsconsequently
that dll'l'kI'hl' ejaculated. Who is FLA.
fitted like H>stage I
| stamps .
this jou have 1 boarding; with jmiV he - -
the furniture appeared to have shrunk
:asked and I answered '.\ woman who
,Jind the curtains when they hung at .
( '
writes for many magazines.Vho ::: COAL AND WOOD.WE
all hung three feet from the floor. II
\ writes for many magazines. I .
I I' 1 said to myself at first, "I cannot
corrected: "aiid gets her stuff acceptedby I II
r I lay here." v a few" I I Ill t, EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADF
f Then I began to grow interested. '
i lbw I' In spite cf the fact that sl''raIIl1'ge "It's till the !same," she declared, i ,J THIS WINTER THAN EVEK l'Et.C RESEND

' I with a toss of her head (but it L n't). ,I it
,,e trunks whose routeutshould have had
r 1\' "I'm pruid of jou." l' I US YOUR ORDERS NOW
; t to a.certain degree the effect of establishing I >,
'I The days that followed went by for' /u -s,
m 1i my wake, I vus politely but firmly requested ftf'' 111'Vt me on wheels that were oiled, but for i Thompson, Olsen & C .,
Muriel '
they went less oilil .
j:4t l to pay in nd rUIj'I'.
i iI "'I't think," compl.iined her mother,
'i1 t.t. I did NCI.I Manresa Street, TelephoneESTABLISHED 147.
: : \ "that I am doing it all for her sake, _
The -
went ---
to --
I money buy necessary -- -- --
and she annoys me so! I must scream
1 '1 furniture for my room. i 'owwgg4 ,, :
I at her morning, noon and night to al :
I1f''. Having struggled some myself-and, I
make her mind.
{'hr alas, the struggling isn't quite over yet I "HUSH.!"
j-l'I looked upon the convulsive effortsof "If yeti are not careful," I advised[ SHEfRISl'1.nm, McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

on a day when I felt like advising; j i a living, how mamma stayed in the ,
lk! that little woman to furnish her
which happily isn't (often 'ou'lll kitchen half of her time cooking, how o -DEALERS IF- 0
house her
and table at the same time
t have the effect papa tendttl the furnace and Uncle Jimdrove
contrary dashing
with such increased interest that ultimately
down this house of cards you are wearing a dray wagon. You didn't know Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
(i I paid her two weeks in advance ,
that did
yourself out erecting yourself, youVV1I, he does.

:r :! instead one.Thus And then Muriel's beau came down I told him what a ramshackly old time! 008 AND 60S d. PALAKOX srnt :r.
s the stllrs'rrl' carpeted and a
from llu: tford. It happened like this: we had of it getting along at that; thl'lIth..rl' AGENOY
u rug was eventually placed at the entrance -
: I had been out shopping; somewhere. i was the paper on the door" REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN
4 ; in the hull. II A. ROEBLING'S SUNS CO.'K!
''I In the intervals of cooking, washing, SHE BEST DEn HEAD OVER THE HANDLE Kfturnim. I w--is ai--azed. to find the \Voll' and what Ilitll lie say?" GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL! A SON'S PUMPS.
' "
5" 'lie his I
I just put arms around me. |
! f el ironing and scrubbing the little woman of OF THE 11110011.mattl'r D Wiit' attending to the furnace-
. q. came to me and told me her tale ofd1'K
vroe. attending to it in a manner so exceedingly I The only positive cure for blind, said it didn't make any differ- COMPASHKS. LOGS i:'io.

It was in vain that I sat before unljjJ : peculiar that the cold air came i bleeding and itching and protrud j cnce to him. It wasn't mamma lie i C. McKenzia Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso
cared ,bola "r papa: expectant typewriter, .glancing signitimitly up to the rooms instead of the hot) for ing piles, cut, burn, bruit, eczema the 1.u"I' It was me.'' .\ Hush ruse tll :j -

;k :J1 down now and again at waiting every single cent of spending money I and nil abrasion of the !skin. I ln>r dyes to the roots of her Huffy hair
; keys. she had In the world, and was that any DeVVitt's is the onlv Wit<,h Haze THE GARDEN SECTIONIFensacolet
as she repeated softly, "It was IUl': I ,
like talked to me. sort of way for a woman to live? Salve that is made from the pure, ,
I ,
I threw
my hat in the air and rauzht
I '
"It H ail for -Muriel," she said. "I I j j 1 was alMdit to repeat this to the girl: I unadulterated witch hazel-all oth- it the of 1 0- OF-o +
by stem a dangling Uuwer as
but concluded not. It was hardly worth 'arecountprfeit*. DI!\Vitt'"itch '
make that life
want to girl's\ worth liv I'wlull'
I' Hazel Halve is made to it came sailing down !U'iiu."Hurrah 'I
ing. Mine never was. I want her to ISesides, as usual, the typewriter -cotinterfeiu I Florida.
I made cried. "Three
waited. are to sell. HarrisPharmacy i routing; ,
,T1 have things she should have-things John Sheppard, Sidney cheers for the beau from Ilartfonl' I
-- ----
girls love-pretty clothe, hat, shoes, She finished cleaning and stinnl near Kahn.
) gloves, ribbons. I want to make her a the door, broom and duster In hand. ,I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

happy girl.Vhy\' after all my work "Thank you." said I. "You are the nnatUI: FKIMH;: cu.urr.t.I. CO"8TII'\TIOS. I

t i yesterday what il') JOlt think I tilt!'''' prettiest." chambermaid I ever had, Muriel. i Every; civilized person uses soap Beautiful Lots for Sale.

I couldn't Imagine but 1 know well Following i i'4 the schedule of the :and: watT to wash oil the accumulation

s a enough what 1 must do if I waiitol She smiled. I {overnment steamer General French I of dirt and filth from their body, 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord

Buy butter on my daily I bread and "Shall I do some living pictures for 1 I which TIE NEWS prints for the j but how many PtilTerfrsof con til'a- ,

what I Iouliln't il>> if she kept on talk- you this morning; she inquired. j : thin think; about the accumulation ing to location and surroundings.
., I benefit of the merchants who !ship of filth within their which i ia i" I J/--J-
j ing. I am never proof against: those living i body
I heir goods to the \arioua army hundred times detrimental Exceptionally Good Neighborhood View
t, '1 sat up till 3 o'cliK-k nuikiiijj, a ,pictures of Muriel's. I posts: i more i Beautiful ,
I : to good health than the dirt theoutide.
r if party ln"x. to pond her at Ilartfonl," Leaning back in my chair, "Go on," I Leaves 8. m. The waste of on food I High, Dry Fertile Lands.

else iiifonnol uic. "Sles going to a said I. I! i Leaves lisrrnnnip......... .. ... ......... 1f.J a. m ,I matter
Is She did three. ; LeaVl'l'ICkt'ol._.. ... .. ...... ......_ wo 8, m. pasts into the bowels, which are I
F ball there tniilit. I had to have it I..p.Vt I Itarraneas... .. .... ........ saaa.m. the natural sewers of the human The grandest opportunity for investment ever
ready for the express this lII11rlllll;:. I .egging; lue. to imagine her rustic Leaves fenfacola.... ?.. __... ..10:15a.m. .system.! ;: If here this waste is allowed !

y q flat up nearly all night; lout, finishing; swain opposite her and the spire in the I Itli sakes Arrives n trip Hnrrancas to frorlMdire 11:10 n. m.and and lieu then rearna : to accumulate the warmth of offered in Pensacola.

-t If :
head over the handle of her broom and Leave Karranoas ... .... ... ... ..... llip. m. ned decomposition, traces: ;: are formtd i Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
ti It was in this way that she repeatedherself (,eaves Pickens.... ..... ... ... .. J.25p. in. i,
,;' i taking up the tinnI Impersonated "Tlie AngeliN." Leaves ffn-acola .. .. ... .. .. 4:::111 ip. m. j which are carried into the blood ,
"Superb:" I exclaimed! with cljp- Leaves flrkcns.. .. .... .. ..._..,. 6:1S p. and circulated through the whole ,
I elbows the table
II'alll'\IIIIJ and
on Arrives Hhrrapcns 6Hi m'l V".ClubbsI
p m. and system, and diseise: is the inevitable I.A.
jI? i 1 coking hard at her, tried to mesmerize pings:; of hands.: "I can hear the peal of srtp to Maitre and return. result. .
t the IK-US almost beautiful On Wednesdays and the !
Saturdays I
' tier into p'in auay.'She you girl: The beat remedy for constipation!
I boat wiil leave Harrancas I'ick9na I Corner Garden and Bru
tki is coming home iu three days or Encouraged she stood upright; and via i i3 HKPATIUURA because it moves'the Streets.

d 4 I four," she went on, and talked a blue with shut eyes impersonated Iht.1 The for General P njacola at 6:30 p. in. bowels easily and naturally

1 f streak for halt an hour before she Opening; them big long lasli' ,d, French is for armypurposes : without irritation, griping or sick F.O. BENT WM. H KNOWLKK. W. K, HYKR. JIV, J, H, KKtMBpresident.
finally took herself off. 'I she was a radiant "Morning." | have a pass only from the any outsider;: must enln:!. It give strength$ and tone Vice-President. Ckablvr An't Cashier
wolltl'rfull The shrill of "Muriel! Muriel to the liver and eventually cures. j:
ifr' In due time sine fame, that cry f fr*>VA pflopacrp o i her.

: .. Muriel. I Muriel!:" broke In upon this living pio ,... ---- Hold by all\ druggists ,

, Going down to dinner one evening: I I ture. First National :Bank
z' ,t found her at table "My goodness:" she ejaeulatei.I' ''-s f udiin's, file :Desf f,r ,5e I

i 1 was filled with astonishment at the "There she is again! !' My beau is com-1'I < ,

Bight of her Her mother, with all her lug from Hartford to see me," turning, I'' If You Have -- -- I,

j talk had not prepared me for her exquisite with her hand on the knob. "If she Try Gunther's Candies at i OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

I ( beamy. goes on like this I can see my iinUlu 1'' I

She was not only Ix-autiful. but she She and that old 'llooms Tor Kent' on i'' Solomon's. is DXr1.EOTC.: .

.4 possessed a eertaln style incotnpreheneible the (.III..itl' door will disgrace me." 'I I RheumatismURICSOLi WM. H. KNOWLE3.!: W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT, K- HYIm

i in a girl of her position. 1 discovered The hltJ:
later that her mother made her too. It was written with a scratch pen I I Ion -

clothes. This served to increase m.vurj a ragged; ; piece of paler and pasted the oval tcwl anlI'ndnrs..t ELECTRICAL WORK

iiA el I >rise. for her nmtlier lIioluext to no jaggedly::: : across beneath the bell. I I }{ I1etly will California cure I Wp ni Isii! Mwj 1 hM in !'i::

f style at all. The reason for this, however I scratched it oil: printed a neat calling you. It KU-O cures Liver Kidney and
card BlaJJer diseases, caused Ring up Pearl & Dolivp! phony 6.1) '
was forgivable.; : She spent on my typewriter stuck it abovethe by au en'css r>(
knob ''I uric aeH litter fails, and builds up if von hnve any carpenter or electric,
uoth-I awl walked down
ing on herself and every tviit a step or the health and strength "bile using! it. cal work you want well done. ,r&'We draw oar orn Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, ireis. '
tould liparfroUl the furniture the wo to observe the effect Sou.l stamp for hcjk of wonderful cf rtifieates I
on Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland Spain, Belgium Ruabla l i
'It is H Prico. $1 per bottle. For fale Ii
I Sir!. better said .Muriel. .\ud the I i'
by druceifctii. If your lrue, ist can net I
Hwedec Dacmark and other couctrioa."Veasels
European .
r t 1 confess that it gave me H sort of beauty of it is that it comes on and supply on it will be MItt pupaU upon Cleaning ladies skirts and waist! way

steak to set this exquisite Teature off" i iI I II receipt of price. Address Is one of o".r specialties. Star LannJry. g> Disbursed upon ho MOl Favorable Terms, and: 'tell i ii

take up ti.e toil and ring fur her mother grew not only accustomed to the Uriescl Chemical Co., Los Angeles.Cal.or j i Obligations Taken Payable at Port ,of ')estiratioc Ten or Fifteen L>ft

ii to bring in her dinner, us if that place, but attaciied to it. Used to the J the after Vessel Arrives there.fVSnfoty .

mother \\ 1'1'1' n Sl'rlIt, but the mother simplicity of the old country Its bare- .
'i : CL B or 0 iLI111.: .
N !OCt3'ig&Co. New fro aa 1laDistributing
jillajed the shock by explaining. She nets utTt'Itt'lllllt' little se) long as it was i .w..tithe Ito Kurt taa Hate hzaysC. < Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

,yt wouldn't allow Muriel In the kitchen. clean and it was always that the halls j jscrubbed i Agents. J : fptu."t with which we have a Prlwa partment for the Uia

;t There were various and sundry rea- to the purity of whiteness I 1%%%%titw.; %%%%..W './t/4.f7'fI of R"tit *r..

sons it N-emetl. for this.: first the and the nVors well waxed. For sale by .
+ IMii't; know enotuh to loulldillltl Added to which the cooking of Muri- -- I
I girl i H1DNEY KAHN. If you want a nice present :o giveto DR. KINC'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS
t t' when it came to cooking: second, she el's mother bordered upon perfection friend I
and look the .
wouldn't be lathered with jeachini the dining room, with its. matting, its! -

lier. and the tliinllies founhlios and swiss ("lrt'llnu.l its snowy table, was elegant line of suitable articles at TRY NEW DISCOVERY ;; W. C. ROWE, rli. D.
S. I, Stephens, you surely can find ,
fifthlies I have forgotten.Tlie tempting, and through! the open grating The Tonic '
something to Office S. I'alafoz.
par ; please you. If you : 17K
t it bOt'k"a entirely dispelled of the window not many rejected / Excellence. j '
anything in the Diamond line TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoanfrometoestaemead150ae. nand
'l when I found her on the following manuscripts were passed by the blue be sure to see him before you buy.Fudgin's '

I i moniliis prone upon her kmvs on the coated postman of mornings, and oftl'lIl| Cures Consiimption.Coughs : after 7 o'clock

lull lor! washing ui its marble. It s<'ll1l'l'ht"lk" e QJJINIMR0 flit Best for oc, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Phono aa7.I .

i ..,. changed to respect as she: swept down Tile house began gradually to fill up j PneumomaHayFeverPleu-'i

I the t'tlirs.t.III..1\ the parlor dusted with furniture. The little won.lan.

: the 1'lIllsh'tnh1l',. and chairs andwhen standing weary hours In auction rooms, CASTOR risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, I JOHN' S. BEARD,
i with uptu-ked skirts and dust- bought bargains for songs, hut the rent I Sore Throat, Croup and I'! ATTORNEYATLAV.Office .

, 0 cap, like a maid In a comic opera !she hung lilac a hideous nightmare stet: IA Wire Cciau! For Infant anti Children. Whoopbc :,

t ., knocked at my door to clean up my her and the continuous strain left nervous Thebc.- spcrif reran far Cough. -:VJ'J Thiesen Kuildin.

t y' room vanished entirely and stopphi:: prostration dangling::: iu its trail. II i v Malaria! ally Typhc the Kind You Have Always Bougn NO CURE. NO: PAY. I!I Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to 1 t-' .

my work by way of rewarjl.; I talkwl silt with ruy lack to the windows Fey5, Price 5Oc. and S il. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I'I

_': her. ; writing. Those who entered the door i ifaced Colds Jntiuciua, &c. A. -- --- -- to6:30p.: m.
t to i ..
!. I ::: : I i will .
r b repair your .alCCc an" i i I vractlcelnali itato and federal c
(, Tit JOlt have a nice time at your that light.; IouM see wild > .! -V I i : 1< jewelry in firat-cla33 style. J. 1 j!; All boslne..ntrusted to me will rt .

X marti ;Ilartfonl. :Muriel asked. gleams in the cyestf Muriel's mother 1 / 1 Stephens. :, prompt and diligent attention.I .

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I i :?l
Are Five Way. So Yes Will k'
There Rosa Giovanni sat at the door :
JlarlI Gel It Wrong. of the \* !>
ashman's hovel and looked at the faraway

"The terrapin r unique.enjoys" said one distinction man who hills. I.f' rjifaS:

faor Rosa was the ashman's daughter.She COLDS THAT
tMils1x13 ('yc skinned found In lived with the ashman and his QON \
"and it ls: precisely
that dare are moro ways to1".1i wife and their many wlzonod, br wn.
tii! fact: children in the basement of
't|.,. naiiap of tLIs creature of the a gray
" house en a gray street in tbe gray city h '
"' :tr any other I have any Of San r ranclsco.: !! The poor little room So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do not take chances cn a cold wearing f ,}
,1,1..1:1'| of. It ii almost impossiblet 1'
I''', ? ,I it; incorrectly, and this is some In the basement hd nothing bright in away or take something that only half cures it, leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble. '
*; It. It, too, was dull and gray like the
, can say about very few f
: ': you I house and the street and when the C J.
'v ,,'. "m the KiiKlixh language I'.y
will find I cold fog/ rolled into the crowded room,
..:Mitt, the dictionary we
it did: in the evening, it settled '
.iv are fite nays of spelling the as always I ',
: ; I about the faces and form* of the k :; :
, : :j.d they are these: Terrapin |
, i I. u-rraiK'n. terrain-lie, turaj wraithlike."Evermore.
: rt nw is given to the first way ". "I I :
I.. ,'.g the word-that is, terrapin Evermore!" Rosa had :.: ,. .
. heard the word at Sunday school andit '
; ., Ulan should happen to write it I "
.' other way he would not be haunted her. She: a.-ked the pood sister '- : !: J

wrong. There is not much what it meant, and she had smiled Cures Coughs and Colds quickly and prevents ; J'< f
kindly and said it meant "always, eter 1 .1.I'
.-. for Fi' 'Hing this word ineorrect- ! :4 the sister
nally. Rosa looked at
\> ,\''. a fellow can shut his eyesi
almost! time. thoughtfully with her big, solemn Pneumonia and
i tU mark: every Consumption ;' .I
dark. The hard- eyes.Vu IU!n' \cmiun babies: at our t'
,.. :rite it in the
roiild l>e to write it Incorrect- house, ," so said. I .1il l
And it AYhc-n Kosn. the little I t

hit upon the wrong way of elder sister, had taught the last thiu, (! C. Unger, 211 Maple St., Champaign, 111., writes: AND THOUGHT HE WAS CURABLE 'r

:'.is very same word. I have brown baby a little patois: and encouraged ,' I was troubled with a hacking cough for a year and :' "

:: to fI..1l1t tarrypin, but not it 'to take a few !'tl'PIIotl'r S I thought I had consumption. I tried a great many Henry Livingstone, Babylon, N. Y., writes: "I A : .. ; it
Jut the point I hll1ln mind wailing stranger.woull demand tho' i 1 I + remedies and I was under the care of physicians for had been a sufferer with Bronchitis for twenty! years
ollices. KO-.I 111\1'111111' broad of little several months. I used one bottle of rOLEY'S and tried a great many with poor results until I used ; l,1
ur.ous: fact that there are sort HONEY AND TAR. It cured FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR which cured of "
tired sometimes! of their me, and I ha\e not me
ones, but :lio : ,
of the "
spelling been Bronchitis which I
ways troubled since. my supposed was incurable. t"
at this tiiiio I cannot recall weak cries, and her thin ami-* and narrow GREATEST THROAT and LUNG REMEDY ,:.
shoulders ached from tin' bunl?:i J
nf a siuge: other creature I l':
'iimstiiiciil so far as the I of carryii.g them to soothe their cries, THREE SIZES, 25c, 50c and $1.00. Refuse Substitutes, ; .. I _: !

.: -, i rat."Ul"'I'll'Il.-Xcw Orleans II and ROS.I her wa Lead a Viittike ached. woefully.girl with a well ..'t l t t t! t> SOLD AND RECQH.3E.iDED I BY ji\} : -\1"-\

li" ul, IIlh'lIin' kill! and' ; \: t
developed :[ \\ A. D D'ALKMKKKrK 121 ts. 1 alllox Mt. .
I I I ''
,tc Hull. big brown eyes that would not permit! :, 11i

I, Ler. 'J1wrf''I1S a haunting --- --- -. -- u n U
: iin, ro-uH-utiug another you to forget; ''

"-.Wilt! was asked to explaind' I: ; elritestnt's., a wistful questioning! J),,,........ WonJerfcl Insect Vitality J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VA-riPELY. ., J! r <:

-. black eyes, I i in them, that you recalled sometimes in Spanish ilanics Lave certain resemblance It Is a standing puzzle to the (

<' replied readily, 'liefore lie ; gay crowds where the hungry;: orbs to the dances of the east. In mologists how frail little insects of'nto'l VAN PELT BROTHERS !> .L.r i

..... to hit me 1 hit him back." I were out of 111:1TII'Y: followed and I oar country OIK-' idea of a l.m.i issomething mosquito and butterfly order ran brave ,

troubh-d you as does the passe of a J-v; in which the movement is the cold of an arctic inter and jet retain GARDEN STREET GROCERS .[ .' *..

It i... is in the family-a woman's I that has lost: its owner. There was due to the legs. In Japan: and in Ugypt their vitalIty. The larva of the ,. ,.

:'. i'hilad.-lphia bulletin. : an IInllnal'sl1aln in them: and a human the legs! have very little to do with the milkweed buttertly has been exposedto Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of j( ,"' !

unrest. They reminded you of the eyes Baum The exquisite rhythms of Japanese an artificial blast iM degrees below '

Till' BEST ( .\\ \Tl\'E of a woman whom you can never forget dances are produced by the subtle zero. Taken out of range of this artificial I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.1': !
who had looked the woes
one upon blizzard and gradually "thawed 9 '. -
gesture of hands! the manipulation .
I* not too good for you if your mockeries of life until she prayed undulations of out" this same worm was able to creep i tj j
O.IWHU I are slugich. THE BEST LAXATIVE to die. it was with such prayer in of the scarfs body. the In Arab dances and in the in less than half an hour afterward. Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacies of the Season. Vi; :::'

bowel-+is easily a medicine and naturally that moves, with-the her eyes that Rosa Glo\"nnnilookro at danse du ventre the legs: are more nearly Butterflies have been found flitting joyously Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the \ I\ ";'it u
the faraway hills. The two smallest latitude *, i i
motionless. The legs are only used! about in the highest man : '
.,&!lit ct.irritation A medicine, griping that or strengthens sickening brown hahwl're! asleep. The others to assist in producing) the extraordinary has ever penetrated, and the mosquitoes Best, Freshest and Cheapest. : 1 :}I

the bowels and tones were playing in another room with of the stomach and of Alaska and Greenland are
.8 muicles; : of : movements
.in 1111| to a point where they will children who were old enough to care the hips in which so much of the dance known to be the healthiest specimensof VAN PELT BROTHERS f: !!

-rf'irm the work as nature intended, for thl'lIo the small, brown hands consists. that race of little pests.Engagement ,
wi" "lit any assistance.Sii.'h were idle for OIlC{'. They lay crossed in It Is a dance in which the Imdy sets TELEPHONE- NO. 231. >< .* J* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ,! \(!. .s-, -!
medicine is HEPATICU- :
a the lap of the dreamer. .
itself to its own rhythm. Spanish .
l.\; It embrace!* all the above good The great, green hills! How fresh t .
dancing: ; which no doubt derives its The custom of giving engagementrings '(
.!.ities besides not having a bad
look! Had not Nina I
.: neither bitter nor sickening and beautiful: they casti-rii color from the Moors, I Is almost ranks back to long before the CHURCH NOTICES. : .j

'Ai"! .-!Sold by all druggists.: the neighbor; told her it was there the equally a dance: of the whole Christian era. With the ancient Kgyptians : Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or .' :1

----- --, flowers grew, the dewy, delicate flowers i body, and its particular characteristic engagement; rings were alwaysof electrical work. Repair work a 1 :

which she had seen a countrymanof -thu action of tie hip-!-is tine to a iron, to indicate the mutual sacrifice specialty. I THE NEWS would request that the ;'t,4
\ want: a good piano tuner to
i hers selling at the place where
many physical peculiarity' of the Spaniards.whose of liberty of the contracting II ''j"
ren;;acola, still you hold streets crowed? She had caught the spines have a special: and unique ar'l ... I clergy or those! having in charge the t :,

.i-.' \ir order. Send it in. I have breath of some of those lowers once, of their own. ties.One publication of church service notices : ; j +i
cure of the very earliest adornmentsof .
I I I. ,Ir,s' experience and have and It was SWI'It-ni sweet as heaven, I I betrothal rings was a loadstone, for Sunday will send them to this : :' '1'.i
w ; ,'I st-veral pi-itio factories. and the hill!!. Ah, to have some of tl.em Her lather's 'Crt'nItCh. which symbolized the attractive force HARPER II olllce by 9 o'clock Saturday morning 'e' U

1'1, '- .. :It i Johnson's book store In her lap at this moment! To press Recently In a Sunday school the which drew a maiden from her own in order to insure their insertion ; !
her hot forehead against their cool teacher was telling her class of small in the in .
w.. L;;:' Mli-d to. family circle into that of her husband.It proper position t ..,
softness and forget that it ached so ,
so the interesting story of Samson
pupils is believed that the fourth '
('HAS. W. PBESSLEY.TV' fingerhas paper.
--- terribly.! I of whom she spoke as being the strongest always been the bride's ring finger. .. ; !! : i
The half closed eyes opened wide. man that ever li\ed. IwmKTLI I

SEAVint Column. They f'tamlill' a wild way at the hill* Little Kihel. a golden haired new recruit OdTh.19TOItXA.: u l !
I Cuckoo Cnfttnm In England. I I Bears the A Itii Kind Van Haw Mag\ SaqjtfBlgMtw ; 1'11
A resolve was being born a resolve listened to the story with great There are or were not long ago indifferent / } '!. .

that sprang from her ignorance: and : interest. A f ter the teacher had: finished. parts of England remnants of tf /pi /&Z1i t I r

pain. She would go to the hills. They I; Lthel! held up her chubby. haud.I old customs marking; the position which i I I

L LO9G DHtECTORY were not very far. Some one had I'
tJ'Ywre far away, but they had come I 1 "what is it?" slinipshire till very recently, when the I I :
closer to her. seemed to be I 1 I
They openIng "Samson wusn't as strong as my first cuckoo was heard, the laborers iItl
their soft, to her. :She: lAUNCH[ ;
.KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. preen arms : papa is. wore In the habit of leavlnhelr work, I .
would go. She would come back againto !I "Is your father so strong?" queriedthe making holiday of the resfof the day r v,
I'tn-icula b'MtNU. 3, K. of 1'.. the brown babies, but she must seek teacher, smiling and !cnrousiiifj in what they call.11 I 1s. ;:-":;; ... ...FOIJ... ; "

meets Monday evening that coolness and rest and the flower offul I
a-every 7w: at castle tall, Ii II ()it, my papa's strong; replied cuckoo alo. Among the peasantry in 't

J In tbe mount. Watson She ran up the narrow street and lUhel: with emphasis. "WIi}', I heard some parts of the kingdom it was considered !I '
f.! Hnli-Un ,third Uoor. the amid at thecrowded that he had ellyfaut on CHARTER \
t among; cars wagons/ mamma say a to bo very unlucky to have no : ::
,t }'f" v'isltlcg brethren cordially crossing. Noliody noticed the his haudA.-Colurut'lIs Journal. .J!
i4 "' loJm tI money in your pocket when you heard Physicians prescribe it I' t
.: 'J' J.A. LlLE ragznl little lictire. for the haunting the cuckoo's note for the first time in t The Elegantly Equipped i tt
x H, HOKSLKK C C Ilnroineteri and Dust. !t.4'
;>1 K. K.48.O.un eyes lilllot seek their faces and challenge the season. for their most delicate :
: their curiosity. Those strangeeyes : When the barometer falls, the air Naptha Launch CUPID, ; : ;

Unified past' the hurrying people to nround expands into a larger volume patients. ? 4' '
: with Parlor Car j ;,
Lollopu.. ll Fittings "
A Weak Stomach
the strip of velvetygreen Iwymul the and the air inside the cupboard also OLD and PURE. I ,
,I i i. -lny evening At 7Sat:
"i T', r I'nlafot and Garden rtof,. sJln sped nluiig: the street, stopping expands and forces Itself out at every causes a weak body and invites dis for a trip on the lay or for '

v .1':0>, Knlclit: or\I\1Iylnvitld. ; not for questions. She could not minute ('reYk.11.n the barometer ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures For Hale byDannheisser : J "

'i\t .e. J.ALnEKTJnusso3 C.,C. be lust. 1>M she lot kn-i-.v where she rises again; the air inside! the cupboard, and strengthens the stomach, and Bros.INSURANCE I a cruise.Accommodations. ; ,':.
'. .>f i 1\-: ;. as well as outside, condenses! and '
was g"imr and was it not to the hills wards oil and overcomes disease. J, r. for 40 ; ,
shrinks and the air i is forced back into j'
which lit left for I
r eyes never a moment i ; '
B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of passengers' t :
Iailbii,' the cupboard to equalize the pressure, I ,:
1"1,1:1', :>n. ao, 1t of P ? She !shivered, but not from fear.
.. \ 'ii! Irj1VI'\'f'nlnll Rt 11: The fog had wrapped her about in its and along: with the air in goes the dust. Chrie=manTex.says: "I could not Rates very reasonable. > f ,:}

1.1\', !.U\\.h.lJrIt.I'.INALIMAU.MON.C.C.: stealthy embrace but she thought; : The smaller the crevice, the strongerthe eat because of a weak stomach. I Landing-Pine street. .:' '
: lost all strength and run down in Thos G. W&ta & C :i .
farthl'rII'S the dirt.
of air the ;
"The hills wi!! take cartof me. Thy Witness jet the dirt tracks so often seenin weight. All that m n'y could do CAPT. STEARNS e' #
I. O. O. F. are warm and kind." was done, but all hope of recovery i :

Her breath came s-liortcr. She was imperfectly: framed engravings or vanished. Hearing some wonderful Master.iffim.V :

J'4'n.wnla: 1."I rrp No. 4v tired l. but not as when she left the photograph Remember wheneveryou cures effected by ue of Kodol. I j' .
.. .. ,, see the barometer rising, that an concluded to try it. The first bottle i
.f the house for she not
: ( gray was
'l'ItJr.liIf'lvt'ntnlt( nt 1'V: at
,1' .I.;' West additional charge of dust is entering benpflttpdme, and after takin four ',1
... .. coming nearer to that wavylitre of "
: :wren cordially Invlud. cupboard and drawers. bottles I am fully restored to my :
J.K.LONO.N.O. /;rl'l'jat every sttp? Once she fell, your usual strength, weighth and health.1Hargis REAL ESTATE i 'ki

I WE'11., secretary. but she drew herself up again and Prophetic Drenmft.The Pharmacy, John Sheppard, i'. t 1.

walked on, more slowly this time. Hut in dreams is not Sidney:; Kahn.STEAMER. No. South Palafox Street. ; t" ..'
belief! prophetic '1
AMERICAN GUILD. the feverish light in her eyes had become "
entirely a superstition, according to NICK'S i' : J
a fierce thinie. Her cheeks burned.
the results obtained by two membersof CAPTAIN FRITZ 1
rons.-irnla Chapter No. GOT. The hills were coming closer. She Partial List of :desirable Dwellings ; i
the French Institute They point
.r. 1: \U\FR. PLtansssTRrttt.srrretary ) I, could not walk much farther. They ashen the THOS. Coxi Captain, for Rent in Various Partsof 't. ,7."
that senses are
out ut night :
Uoveruor.K knew It, and they were coming to her. .
will make between the .
at rest the brain Is affected particularly regular trips City:

a a a by organic; feelings in various partsof Pensacola, Point Washington and t35.W-2'-story! house containing 12 rooms 1 j'j't, '

OF L. "I found her lying across the curb. the body and that early symptomsof Freeport. Leave Baylen street all modern conveniences bath on RTAAT 0 / .

She was stretching out her arms on the advancing diseases! give a particular wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive upper nice yard and shrubbery lower floors,,corner stable outhouse lot }. r .1 j.

1 M-al .Woinhly No. I.:">fl5.v sidewalk and saying something like: direction to the dreams. A familiar in at Freeport at 6 p. m. same day. ,, etc., A'o. 7U East! LaKua 1' ;4'
Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. street.
% ,t Monday in each month. '.\h, hills! I've found }'ou.' She must' stance I!! nightmare, which! indicates adyspeptic and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same U3.00-8-story boarding bouse, containing ,' l
.. W. 1'. it.TIIARP. have loon there an hour or two, for drinkers :25 room. known aa the Ponce de "
I condition. Fare
i! Ma'o-svKLL, M. W. day. round trip, f5; one way Leon house, No. lie East Intenden-
Secretary. : she was cold as the stones of the side see rats, snakes and Insects in their $3. 12nlmSTAbHINK cia street. DAILY MENUS ,J ; '

r .. : walk." dreams lore the actual: outbreak of |..f.0(>-A desirable 5-story modern dwelling :
-==>=--=----'---- 7 rooms,mo.t desirable section ol the
The big!; policeman put the stunted delirium tremens, and so on. city 00 a corner on tbe street car all t
Comprise the
form into the matron's :trm 1 line.No.eaNorth' Barcelona street. Up-to- : ;
130.00-Large 2-story dwelling In rooms, Date Dishes the Mar j
The BeerThat "I'oor little lamb!" she said. She In Her Debt. I fronting Sevlllebquare, East f .g.e
kets of
was used to sad !sights but tears filled As a pleasant faced woman passedthe These tiny Capsules :.rcsupcnorl IJO.OO: -Comfortable Hovernraent 3-story modern the World t ,It

her eyes as she looked at the drawn, corner Jones touched his hat to her I to Balsam of 'Copaiba, dwelling rooms,very desirable section Afford. l'. fj

Made g dark features and warped body and remarked! feelingly to his companion | and InJect I.,;:!!. 8I'Ctbebt haylen of the between city Htroug situated: and on Dttioto North ; t '.J

I I After they had laid her In the snowy : I They cure in 48 hours the streets. j'

bed she opened her wandering "Ah, boy, I owe a great deal to 1'.5.OO-2-storydwellingln:: good order with i' .t
MANN eyes my 1a'ze Jew wttnoui tnytnx'u-1, rooms three doors from the belt Ladies' Private : s.Dining .
lmR rAM& U S SVICTORIA upon rows of clean cots, whereon the that woman." tot P .IY u f asLGGISTip line, has gas and water throughout ; '

I I saw the faces of children. She lookedat I "Your mother?" was the query. No. aiu.Vorth Barcelona street. i ,.
IX.OO-1-story dwelling rooms, city water, Parlor. '' 1nrt
the motherly face bending; above "No, my landlady." bath, gas, with large corner lot. No I
-IS- MEN AND WOMEN #r.! West\Vright street.
her, then! through! the window at the -
CBE. TM Big O for nnn tnr l 115.70-1-story dwelling a rooms, newly papered i .
Blue Island 111. Jan. It 1901.
sunshine line ofgreen.
failing upon a waving I.I t.f.a d.rhirge.Indammattoa., and painted throughout, on '
n.a irritation or ulceration.a.It..trlat.n. belt line. No. lit'" East Gregory street. :
Messrs. Ely Bros:-I have used of in neon, membrane. 115.00-1-story dwelling.ettywalarand bath, Regular Dinner rj
:ltl!-ADE BY I I "It was true," she said, and the worn Pnw.rr..ioptn. Paimegi, and not utrm* 7 rooms half block of eround with Daily. ,
ACME for .
Balm in
CO. Cream family EEPANICNEgcArco.
I my gent or ponononJ.
little face took on its last child's happiness your as beautiful shade trees No. 7u(* East
I -
gold Dragglata --
CIr and it has become WNGNNAnO Cervantes street
10-CKXT BOTTLK BEER nine years my !
"Heaven is here among the r.s.4 or sent in plain wrapper, 1l2.J: >-1-ltory dwelling Vo 415 East Gregory .'
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. lulls. family doctor for colds in the bead.I IT eiprew, prepaid for street rooms newly papered and Short Orders Promptly j'
1.00. or J bottle tt.n. painted. : .
The matron drew a sheet over the I nae it freely on my children. It is Circular sent an request 11l.oo-So,8U East Belmont street, broom Filled. Night or Day + t '

BROS. face, and they placed a screen about a Godsend to children. cottage In perfect, city order.water, newly painted, I s* j 'sR!

AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED the cot Yours respebtf nlly, J. N. ANDREWS 110.50-N0.1W4 North Alcanli strhet. a new t( -
h. ,
house In good order with 5 rooms. If It's Something Good to Eat } ;
I I. f J. KlMBALL. 110.110-No. eel East Belmont street City you'Li find Hat
Harper Mei- Her Imagination. I suffered water, a neat 6 room cottage newly. : ;J: 1
Messrs. Ely *
"That young lady must have a very jt Headquarters for J painted and renovated tbraugbout.t 1' '
vivid imagination Willie Wish- greatly with catarrh and tried different t.OO- East Lakua street, a neatly Nick Apostle'sPopular k .
papered 4-rootu cottage In good con t
remedies without effect. After SEWING MACHINES.REAL '
Main ingtoa. dition large lot city water.A
House-tol 8. Palafox street. list smaller Restaurant i
large dwelling as well 1
i.R. "What mates you think so?" using: one bottle of your Cream M a Bumberof stores and offices fog KENT. ;
Exchange-Opp. Union Depot. "Every time I tell her a story she Balm I found relief and I cannot ESTATE AND RENTAL ACENT fl J1'J1'I
P. 0. Box 2S1. Pensacols, Fla. says she imagines she has heard it be praise too highly such a remedy. ,
fore." Miss CORA WILLARD, 13 South Palafox Street Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance \\wwrn "
-Washington Star.
Phouss 1l62e8. Albany, X. Y. Agentlllouth: Palates Btreet.: : I.

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r>.. ".',.., ther fraud and deception in tbe mat- UP WITH THE Strongest in the World.
ter of the food offered for sale to the

end that people may know what THATTHROATTICKLING
they buy and eat, or what they put FLAG OF PROGRESS

into their stomachs in the form of The Equitable

.. fit tta.rea Moood-ciMi a'the Poet matter.rlu's Office._atPenueola, drugs. This measure provides that QJi

all such articles shall be truthfully Editor Dally News:

g.ornoli sUU street:- op-itairs.Building_, 1Ui Booth labelled for just what they are and Several days ago I noted an editorial Life Assurance SocietyOf

ocr senators in congress should be In of the local ad-
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. urged to favorably consider it and vocating;one the elimination papers of partisan ( It's first, the throat ; the United States.

enact it into iaw.Better HENRY B. HYDE, Founder
Tarns: Invariably (in Advance. politics in the coming city election.I Then, the bronchial tubes ;

got Month Tau by Mall.. ______ ___15 i fit mId ) than Gold. was much pleaded to see this and e.%'le Next, the lungs ;

OM wekby Carrier.Payable Monday 10 "I was troubled for several years decided to present something along Preliminary Statement Jan i, 1903
At last Consumption.
Unrtiting Rates Furnished on Application with chronic indigestion and nerv- the same line. Outstanding Assurance f l,2'JOOUOkQ

ous debility," writes F. J. Green, of
TELEPHONE NO. 118. The day has cone when the citizens Income ...... .... .... ... 63OOti.C90
Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme

until I began Using Electric Bitters must do something. We bare There's nothing so bad for a cough as coughing New Assurance ........ 275,000010

r UNION BENt which did me more good than permitted opportunity after opportunity There's for Assets...... ...... .... ... 3tW.OiiO.iiCO>I
nothing so good a cough asAyer's -
all the medicine I ever used. They to pass by unheeded. We
have also wife in excellent Assurance Fund and
kept my to the selfish .
have been a people given
health for years. She gays Electric all other liabilities... 2S3OnOouo
PB58AOOLA, FEB )2, 1903 satisfaction of our political ap- Pectoral

Bitters are just splendid for We have become gorgeded Cherry Surplus .......... ... ... 75,0w.oo)
female troubles; that they are a
Tits latest by telegraph: All grand tonic and invigorator for weak with the excitement which agitates The largest Increase ever made In any year

quiet. on the-at. Tampa._ run down women. :No other medi- our jealousies, only to find that The best time to take it is when the cold first comes on, when the troubleis in the blstory of the!Society:
------ -> cine can take its place in our fami in the throat. JAMES W. ALEXANDER, President,
MBS. FAIR'S relatives now claim ly." Try them. Only 5Oe. Satisfaction we are far behind the procession of Throat tickling throat colds, throat coughs are all easily controlled with

that the divvy of the Fair estate guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- progress. We have become so absorbed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-President

'wasn't fair. berte 121 South Palafox !street. in partisan politics that our Doctors first prescribed this nearly 60 years ago. They use it more today

than ever. They know its ingredients. They understand how it heals ccTn-
THAT coal strike commission best business men wash their hands
membranes and inflammation. Ask
CENERAL ALGER gested overcomes your own doctor
: seems to be playing to mighty poorhouses I of any responsibility acid refuse to I about using this medicine for colds, coughs, and all lung troubles. I OOWLES BKOS.,

lately. J.C. ITIE CO., Lowell. Mm. :
--- work together for the best interests ; I Gt'neralJt'ntll,
JT CENTURY *I had a terrible cough Itit iprlne,and It took lust one bottle of Aytr's Cherry Pectoral to
', ROCKEFELLER'S telegrams to the of the city.Whenever. I Completely core me. I tare used Cilia medlcini In my family for many many years." 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA,
MBS. J. a. DA>FOBTB. St. Joseph Mich.
six senators; was a sure enoughboomerang one raises his voice in : iI i
for the trusts. ,
,. -- The town of Century was all a5tlf.I.I favor of progress he is laughed; at by : --- -- ----- ---- WHY NOT THE BEST ?

! THE difference between a fanatic yesterday over the arrival there of the masses; and the rioK-worm-old-: I

'1.1 and a crank ii thai the latter may General( R. A. Alger and party in I fogie-politicians chuckle among'; PENSACOLA MAN NEGRO THIEVESIN

4 listou to reason if properly clubbed. I THE>> {flERGJlflflTS>>
----- --- the elegant parlor "Michigan" themselves and cry "Down with the :
BENATOKCAKMACK of Tennessee Gen. Alger is now the principal own- new idea"! These old dictators have:

I* frantic because some of the Phil- er of the extensive sawmill at Cen become so begrimed with their own I -- TRANSFER GO
got hurt during the three
ippines tury, and his coming there is regarded conceit and so covered with the dust
in Galveston Tex. Officers and Sanders
., years of war they kept up against Monday next Special: Ray Having been awarded the coutrai"
the power of the United States.: as of more than ordinary moment.It of inactivity that they view with Mr. Ramond Bell will be married to yesterday captured two little negro for carrying the U. S. Mail betty a
-- ------ is said the will Flo- of the L. & N. Depot and Post
in the Oftl-i
party go up to hostility any effort way Develin belle of
I Miss Anna a popular thieves who are a part a prang that
HOSTILITIES have been declared and also the exclusive: baggage: pnvi-
, between Guatemala and Salvador. rala today on a special train to look .+I real progress. They have only one of the Texas city. Mr. Bell is the has been giving; untold trouble to loge on all trains entering the city

, over the new plant being erected I f of ideas and are so anxious to we are prepared to tran-fer b isrw-!
This will be, according to our sporting set ,second son of Mrs 8. A. Hell, of 336 merchants on Palafox street. The ,
' and pas-t-nK"is to and from all LoteU -
i editor, a battle between the there. "run things' that they hate kept at East Romana streetThe couple negroes are% types of the homeless i residences and trains, day ot
:: leather weights. It would be a the night.
the modern element of
It will Surprise ycu-Try It. bay more will spend but two hours in Galveston street pickaninnies who make life
! if both knocked out.
blessing got
,,. It i3 the medicine above all othersfor body politic. after the wedding leaving for unbearable. They stole burlaps from i Prompt & Reliable Service Gnaranteet

}' AN attorney for the coal strikers catarrh and is worth its weightin Shall: twenty thousand people permit New Orleans for a short stay afterwards the :Forbes Stores and were caught I We also conduct Freight Delivery -

named Brumm says that Mr. Baer, gold. Ely's Cream Balm does all a handful of selfish politiciansto Bulul'ss-haul piano. sates
I coming to this city to visit when carrying oil the plunder.
: president of the Heading railroad that is claimed for It.-B. W. [: perry, and rules of i I machinery and furniture at Reasonable :
f company is an awful low down mean i. Hartford, Conn. dictate policies gov- Mr. Bell's mother and to remain for Mayor Jones coutioued- their cases ; Prices.
1i My son wes afflicted with catarrh. ernment for the city? Shall: sensible Telephone your order to F. R
n man because be did not promptly He used Ely's Cream Balm and the Mardi Oras.DEATH this morning in order that the rest J Pou's Livery Stables, Phone :31. or

;1 deny a lie that was circulated disagreeable catarrh all left him.J. .- business men permit these para- of the gang could be caught.TO Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's, KesiJenc-

;, against him. C. Olmstead, Arcola,III, sites to manage the city on old fash- OF AN Phone 351.MERCHANTS.

The Balm does not irritate andCaU.R Cl'IlI; .\ COLD IS OSK ).\Y
THE fam-otlliNf!; Orleans sneezing.. Hold by Elv Broth ioned line? I don't believe that the ; TRANSFER CO..

= Mardi Gras carnival has become a ers, 5(5( Warren street New York. will people any longer be fooled, OLD BAYMAN This Take signature Laxative Hromn f'Ijl t. Quinine on Tablet every MRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop.

4f byword the world over. The mag : when once they have been aroused. box. ;'. c. W l ..a se.v.a. HAKKY HALLMARK, Transfer Agt..
L.A X.R. It. (0.,1'.and P.a A. Inv.
nificent of a Mardi Gras --
election U
CHARGED WITH The city approachingand
.i! festival lead all other celebrations in I'I'i the business men i>f our John Kelly, white, .a widely known FOR SALE
I and conceptions. cum-I
bayman, died List afternoon at 4:30: TIM:
Other cities have tried to imitate 1 i GRAND LARCENY muuity should organize them ..,

i Ntw Oilcans and have carnivals of f >r the betterment of the city. Thy- i o'clock and will b*! interred at 3JO: I The Costumes Used in

-.2' their own, but such eilorts have met shjuld eliminate partisaL -hip from p. m. tod... '. The S. B. A. a;:s.m- last Year's Carnival JfJY O aQ E ? QC11'hole.ah
' I Henrietta Smith I
in Mobile colored was I
with scant success except : taeir political affiliations! and vote bled at 2 o'clock this afternoon to

+ti and Pensacola. For the past few I bound over to the county authorities I I attend the funeral. The interment Parade.
I for the best: man for the oiDie. Don'tvote and
|1| years this city has been coming to"p 1 this morning for taking about $;jOI
J tbe front iu these festivities audnl I i for a man because he is relatedt i: will be made at 8t. Michael's cemrterv. Kflail: (iruocrs.

this time promises to far outdo any from a white gentleman. Fred : > you, but do vote for the man: that These costumes are in excellent HUt
' I __ _ __
Weekly and Johnnie who
f{. previous attempt. Preparations I Watts a i is qualified to fill the portion. This I condition just the
have been scale had been arrested on "U"Piclolll.f j Family, Fancy Staple
making on a graud ATTENTION
"i ] better in its
rule will be results in I thing to wear at Ills Majesty's
4 for the Pensacola Carnival and there I participating in this robbery, were the end. .'* Groceries, a'. I
is doubt that the Grand ]]alll/ebrllary'
r. no coming Mardi- allowed to free by the in II i CIHl'W-.Y LUJI1T IM'ANTKY !
;t! Oras will In go iyor Look if you please at the manner i iiu and All Kinds of Up-to-date: Fancy
marK an era our history Members of the various 11)0311e will sell :
there having been found nothing of : I 25, one Goods.
1 as did tbe celebrated Olympic games i ir which local affairs ore now conduct i committees for the grand::
id ancient Greece. i a convicting nature against either of .-d. Mayor Jones has been re- i I military ball are requested to or more to any person until : \V> are Hole Distributors for West
i iTO I meet at Armory hall Thursday Florida for the Celebrated Cafe du
them. iI spou-ible fur every improvement' |. night the 12th iut, at S they are closed out. Applyat Monde Coilee, Sweet Home ;Molasses :
THE building of roads and bridges I I o'clock. It is important that Illini and Climax Flours. IS tyle*
realized since he be- once !
I may be postponed with only inconvenience OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. i that has been W every committeeman, at well DelicatH-sf! German-f1merican: [ .
: and temporary material I gan his present term as mayor.: The :, t I "*'1;; the other members of the LelMEO.V, I Food C..'" Canned Meats, Etc. All
company, be present to lendtheir of which are Fold by all first-clat.-
't' loss as a result but to the Thos.V''t.tworth will todiytake have been astounded [: !
; postpone ,old fogie politicians: aid in making this the greatest Chairman Uuilding Com. Retail Grocers in the city.
' building of good schools brings eternal charge of the city circulation of I by the aggressive manner !' event in the annals of the Chipley ,
W. I Light Infantry. Hot Rolls at 5 m,10c : fjU2-tlO I i ()[;111 1'\1\}'O X.
loss in knowledge, intelligence, THE Nl \ys. He will take has fulfilled the duties p
1 culture and the highest interests subscrip-i.1 in which he Jxo. MASsEY, doz., at Solomon's.1't'zEli.t ; ----- -
tions: and collect all accountIr. beginning to Chairman.
of the cilice. They are
life the and fast
to boys girls growing PENSACOLAPressing
:\ Wentworth has had large ex- NO lTIlI0 P.\Y. :
through the educab'e' years of see the swift approaching storm M)Morions C'ircuii'NUuice.

j4 s childhood and youth to manhood perience circulating manager of to sweep them away into oblivion One was pale: and sallow\ and the PA/O Your OINTMENT drug.clst11: fails refund to cure your Klngnorm money If, i: Club

L t. and womanhood. A people may i large daily papers: and will make and bring; with it the day of better other. fresh and rosy. Whence the TetterIlid> Herri and i Sores, Pimples audblackliiH .
$ be in difference? bhe who is blushing! i9 the face, and all skin diseases :
sometimes justified postponingtbe : THE NEWS :service of the paper satisfactory method New < on
and Dr. King's
things more progressive with health uses .
5u cents. !
j one, uevtr in postponing the to all. the handwriting on Life Pills to maintain it. By gently ---- FOR GENTLEMEN.
: other." Universal education is essential They bee the lazy organs they com-
.11 ------ .
1 The finest line of umbrella" in the i
material! intellectual l the wall and they are busy trying to j pel good digestion and head oil con
\ to the ,
!, You will consult your bet interests i ; city is at J. I, Stephens'. Oo lout
Try them. Only at
!' and moral welfare of the state. Illiteracy i I by going to (). M. Pryor if you translate it.Whenever. i stipation.\\'. A. I>'Alembel'tl', 121 H. Paiafox at them. -- !: One Dollar Per MonthIn

'. i is a burden aud constant I want furniture. He is in position to men are proposed for i iI street, Druggist; You can get your house ]! Advance to
:k menace to public morals and civilI' I sell cheaper than other home in Membership.:
1 : any public ollice, our first etcuiry should furnished complete with\I
liberty,aud threatens the very exi-t- the city. MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. II I Clothes Cleaned and Pressed! as
I be, "Is he qualifhd." Unless this elegan furniture at Marsi often as desired Your Clothes
I'I ance of the state. The state provides -------- ,

d schools at public expense, collecting CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, I can be answered in the affirmative ; C1"\ ;'1 00 has l'AII one) pcr whether nits tf-llingwho I! bur or on $ Qui1 n'., on easy payments 11'?f.tit South for and Palafox delivered.and Join C.ill the at

money for their support bylaw the proposed candidate should be 1 I Ut not. R. K. KFLLKV, weekly or monthly.Valentines Club.Lanes'.
Xo.3 south Palafox fr
1 and by force if utce:' ary. It your
discarded for cue who is worthy. wr.v Kansas City Mo. '
electrical work. He U prepared to ( Pleii i Skirts E
i'i therefore has a right to enforce attendance -- --- a VEC 1l1Y.
I first-clai moderate I Every prejudice, every motive,
that its not be do you a job at TAXE3.
money may CITY '
Yours for
prices. Phone :u3.! : I and anticipated result should
wasted and that its interests may be every < :

;" ,I protected.--- --- I Ialo We will launder your "pr.,a-is fo; I Ltei quired into, and the answer Tax Payer, if ; on At Nli: 111 :sop G. W. IRWIN.

rt flUK tOOl AM: Dltt 6S. to cents each and make tbeui lotil give to the public. : I lit I'I.t',st, tall :it once and lay .

' I like uw to$tar Laundry. i iI Let us think about thee thing; Ti\<.... M Mardi Gras
I The pure food bill approved by the i I I jour
I ourselves and Hot Chocolate with
National: Pure Food aud Drug Con- reason among are II I X. .Mrlv. OKUTIXC: ,

, gress and by the committee on Interstate Spring Medicine i I what manner of men II e desire to I lOf.vr Tav t'olU-rtor. Goods : Whipped. Cream, at Solomon's.

and Foreign Commerce of i j elevate to the several official positions : --- --- --- tOur
There is no other season when good i a
the House of Representatives parsed :j, rneilicinc is so much needed as in tho 'I that are to be filled in the corning -a; THE WHITELY EXERCISER.I .

the House on the 19th of December j i election. t tock: li now ready. Valentines STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEi
I II I Niiu Will Lun", an expert
by an overwhelming majority. The ,! Spring. .I Down with the politician and up
I demonstrator of tha Whitely Kxer- of all shape,sizes and !
number of this bill U H. II SIW: The j i I The blood is impurevcak with the Hi? of progress and pros.perity i i
11 I : titer, will give public exhibitions of I i tptw.en .
condition indicatedby and Milton IU
I came bill with amendments has I impoverished P. R. O'GKESS. price Sentimental; : and Comic. -
I : the best method of using this rnu-t I
the Runs : ,
been recommended unauimous-ly by pimples and oilier eruptions on Dally Kicept Sunday
healthful and beneficial Mardi Gras t riuppli'-s such a'
committee on Maufact- anti 11ct dl'lItita1ity, For Over t ixij Yrar popular
tbe Senate face bodyby "
i Exerciser the chow windows of i
In the sen- and MK8. WISSLOW'S 800THJ STRCP bas i Wire, Paper and Character
itj urea and is now pending loss of appetite, lack of strength, I
, been used for over sixty years by milllonsol F. B. Bruce's store, No. 15 South .v Milton _.8,"i am I'l'o8Iu'llaI:1opm
ate of the United want of animation. I :Mask, Cambic and Silk Domino i
l;fi I 1'1'ns&tolaIIam Ar Milton. .5:opmFareecRound
mothers for their children teethingwith [ Palafox, on the 9th, 10th and 11th
I s These bills require honesty in perfect success. It soothes the child. False Beard and I trip.ti9A.t .
i Hood's Sarsaparilla of February. The public is cordially Ma-ks
dl!t manufacture of foods and drugs softens the gnras,allays all pain,cores wind i
! ; throughout the country, protect the and PillsMake I colic,and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea.It ctructiae invited witness these most iifiwThe in-= Wigs, Costume Bell,Gold and t
I in- will relieve the poor little sufferer im I _
honest manufacturers against (JEWELER IN HIS
Silver Braid Fringes and
I mediately. Hold by Druggists in every Dart
t scrupulous;competitorilafeKUard interstate the blood pure, vigorous and flue-it line of sterling silver
l Of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottleBe silver novelties i is
Rood and to be I
f I commerce in food, preventing '. rich, create appetite, give vitality, sore you ask forM rs.Wlnslow's Soothing found at J. I, Stephens': Prices to Hpingles. Call early and select NEW\ STANDI

s t ; the iiivaion! from state to state strength and animation and, cure 1, Syrup,'and take no other kind. please all.Tables. your outfit. We will lay

r' of misbranded foods or those containing all eruptions. IIa\ the whole family I

It deleterious product They I begin: to take them today. I DO YOU KNOW I of quality for the them aside for you until ,
have moved jov/elrv !"'' re to
aim to promote the public health by Hood's Sarsaparil'.i! has been need In BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have I Dining room, library, hall needed. my -
120 South Pdl-fox. formerly occupied
I excluding from food products added our family for some time, and always with and pallor at M&rston $
stock of dressed studingand
a large by Ba=s & Co., and am now
deliterious substances. They are d- Rood results. Last spring I was all rundown
signed to protect the consumer everywhere and got a bottle of it, and as usual joist Get their price !hefyrt Quina'sCd.STb----- -- i better prepared: than tv"r to give
b dl61m
both against fraud and dis received great ben t." Miss BEULAHEOYCE icing; tI.L._ CGE'S BOnK STORE. great bargains in diataonJ',watcher

ease. I Stowe, Vt. I I O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture, tin rte \& VcJ Hill NBiP :" gIr ::1oUI II I'.lafox Street, Jewelry etc. Call and see me and

It la( time something should be Hood's Earsaparllla promises to cheaper: than any other house In: h'"'" +- let me convince you.
-idoae to protect the public from fur- cure keeps promises ''be ciy. ; / (



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ploy of the Company shall not be 1\1'0. 8608.. '
blacklisted. w. 0. O'NEAL. Prelld.nt M. E. CLARK, Cashier; i
STRIKE WILL 12. The motormen ani conductorsshall 8. J. FOSHEE,Vloe-Prelld.nt; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ant Ci.h.r.! .: "

be paid their promptly on

13. Any member of the Association

when an employee of the Company t' \ i
OCCUR SAYS HOWLAND and provided with pass or tickets shall OF PENSACOLA FLA. i !'J i

ride Company has prepared a Designated Depository of the United States. : 't l"!

new rule to regulate the regular at- *"
Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1)3. r. : .1 f
tendance of employees which the As- ,

sociation agrees to abide by and as- RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. i

With Commendable Courtesy theOperatives sist the Company in its enforcement. Loans and Discounts............ ........ ... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... .... ..... .... 200000.00 tt a

the Cars Under All 15. This agreement shall continueIn Demand Loans..... ...... ...... ...... .... 122.866.64 Surplus ......'.... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20,01)0.00) r t "" t'r
Agree to Keep Moving force for two ((2) years from date Overdrafts..... .... ...... ........ ...... .... 1,160.02 Undivided Profits..... ...... .... .... .... 690.76 1 t

hereof.In U. 6. Bonds and Premiums.. ....... ..... 213,806.87 Circulation..... .. ..... ...... .... .. .. .... 12500000 'It'
Circumstances Until After the Carnival, witness whereof the parties hereto Stocks securities etc.... r. .... ............ 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid............ ...... ..... .. 180.00 I- i

have hereunto signed their names this Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits ...... ............ ............. ...... 565,649.34 .
at Least--Text of Proposition and Reply. . .day of..A. D. 1903. Cash and Exchange..... ......... ......... 223,17024 .i". t:

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911420.10 911420.10 t
copy of the agreement id force This bank for business October 23 1900. We !
opened respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give lt i
7v, r, will be no strike on the elec- ;West Gregory and DeVilliers to Government from December 9, 1901 to December your business prompt courteous and careful attention. 4-1 t".

before the Carnival as thence east on Governmentto 9, 1902: was obtained from the Termi- -P:
t. ar line: Baylen street. 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
nal officials this morning.It .
feared, this statement having East Hill-From intersection of East Company
la i: \tea Wright and Baylen streets to end of is as follows: a

i', r", n..'.<\'. by President Holland oft line and return to said intersection. For the purpose of regulating the B. H. FAIRCHILD, I : GW&CO :G. w. & co: : ..ri,,
Employees, Mrth Hill-From West r-.t ,-1.
>. S.-?t Railway yes- Gregory relations between the Pensacola Electric '
( ,
north on DeVilliers street and returnto Terminal Railway Company hereinafter QI'80LSTERER: 'I : 'f.'
t, :- afrnoon. While there was intersection of Gadsden and Pala- called the Company and the '

(4i! .: 11' immediate danger of a strike I fox streets. Pensacola Electric Railway Company's 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I GREEN, WATSON & CO. u ';. .u,}

S. The scale of wages to be paid Employees Benevolent Association, 'aratt Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialt ( '
...v ". .aned an early probability to the members of the Association hereinafter called the Association it f :
*, ..., and! some concern was felt. shall be as follws: is agreed between them: 1 :
For One Week 9th
Men who have been in the employ of 1. That the cars of the present Phone 405. I 0 Commencing Monday *i ;
officers of the company .
i ; .i; the Company for one year, seventeen electric division shall be operated by I P I '

!. ,, :.:. !Ii nee and decided that an cents per hour. the members: of the association at all R. K. WHITE, o ...EXTRAORDINARY SALE. 1 I;
Men who have been in the employof times. ..
.'. uts an hour to all men I i 3 '
I > ; ; ( the Company from one month to :2. That if a conductor or motormanis W Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler I

.,. .. ,- :. .Var: runs would be offered! six months thirteen cents per hour; rejected by, or ejected from the As- and Graduate Optician,
131 I from six months to twelve months, ciatkyi! he will be dropped from the &
would be given
,t'l: : m.'u flftpcn tents per hour. service of the Company. That if a 11 moth PtUtox: St., Pea8uola, FUjfudng's : REMNOANTSI VI'j

.. t > increased when a This scale shall not be increased or conductor or motorman be dropped -- -- --.-- -- - - oo

secured. The reduced during the life of this agree from such service by the company his
,r :::1 .II"- opera- Re Best for QC.
ment. reinstatement will not be requestedby : ; ,

t ,> : p; !, t lalily abide by this offer 9. The number of extra men shall Association.. : .i. 't ,

:' ( omissions can be ob- not be greater than shall be necessary :3.: The members of Association I'j LENGTHS of Everything In Piece Good collected and t') ., -
but this shall not require the will at the request of the Company: SHORT
AL H. WILSON. Center Counter. Marked in Plain < 't
.. ( on Every piece : ,
,.. Company to drop them from its employment break in new men whenever the Com
but merely to prevent it desires. Figures. When you have looked them over you will be convinced \ :j! the public may get an pany This talented: golden-voiced singer .
: : from taking on new men when it shall 4. If at any time Association i O of the Great Values. Q
will at the hou e to-
It.:' t.i .rh: Mdes of, the controversy, not be necessary. decides to quit work for any cause appear opera O BUYER '
It will te a real theatrical OUR oil forth* Eastern: Markets and wo i.ut .
t.un of the association and 10. The rules of the Company now whatever !five (o) clear days' notice night. clear out these OJd Lots to make room for New and herviceableGoods. in force shall be followed by both thereof will be given to the Company. treat for Chas. H. Yale and SidneyR. c3 :G !

:. :' if !!.i company is printed be- parties to this agreement unless 5. The company will not permitany Elite, under whore direction he

osition the employes : changed by mutual agreement.The Association member not having is touring in "A PRINCE OF TAT- '
v T j.'oi> by \1'e fire cbuwiug n Croat ('oltavtionIvS .
February aniii I Company shall have the rightto his working card to work. TERS::!," have spared neither time or of 11'.1511: :-; fur Waists: and -C e P frO : .
'. P yau : .
't- 'i.t-d on make such additional rules as it C. The President of the Association in making this productiona rk the I 1'rice i..... .. ... ...... .... .. .. : ,
consider provided shall notify the Company of the bad expense "
., ...'1 may necessary ,.; 0' ,
: they do not conflict with this agree standing of a member and such notification notable one from every stand

y. :", n m Agreement made and ment. Whenever there shall be any shall be all the evidence required point. The stage pictures are ex- f" Keep your eye on this space as each change will contain 1 i iH

.;.to this day of . deception or false statement by any by the Company of that fact. ceedingly elaborate and massive and valuable information. !' *
\ 11 1 i":3!, by and between the member of the Association regarding 7. Every motorman shall have the !
I the costumes, furniture propertiesand :
'' electric Terminal KailA reasons for a miss he will be punished use of stools while on service over
,. i.' :.iiany. hereinafter called' by the Association. such part of the lines as the Companymay electrical effects in keeping e GREEN WATSON & CO.

i i I' :'i I'auy, and Amalgamated 11. When the Company desires to Indicate. with a production of this class. tc ,;5TG. .. ;

\. .I r.: m of Street Hallway Em- dispense with the service of a member S. The scale of"a es paid the t k ,, .f..

;, ,, of America Division No. of said Association, it shall immediately members of the Association shall not '1_: : w. & co" TG. W. & CO' : : ', ": .'
i !I', :.-o.cola. Florida hereinafter furnish said member with bo reduced or increased during the ARNOLD STOCK CO. ,

., Association. (harges in writing. life of this agreement _--02 ,
The Arnold Stock Co. is decided.
\k\ -.. 12. Any member of the Associationwho !I. The number of extra men will ,
.1 1 1' .a: t'cars: of the electric resigns honorably from the em- not be greater than shall be necessary, ly one of the best of the popular --j:

.i operated at all times ploy of the Company, shall not be but this shall not require the Companyto priced organizations which baa visited '
I r Association.. blacklisted. drop them from its employment but Kin. Autonio. It is certain to = you CAN, GET ." .< .< ,:r. :: .l.liA i

,I conductor or motor- 13. Ten (10)) hours fhall constitute !- merely to prevent it from taking on in favor as the play know
grow goers
: ,la or ejected from a day's work. now men when it shall not be neces ICE CREAM SODA
of it, for the entertainment .
t', will be dropped more ,
14. The employees of the Company sary. I
,1 h! company. That shall lie paid their wages promptly 05Saturda ) ]0, The rules of the Company now provided is of a high order and the "
1t tor he dropped >s. in force shall be followed by both plays are given with appropriate HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIESAT '

1 i. iVmpany for( 15.: Any m<>Tnber of the Association I'parties to this agreement;: unless I! scenery which the company carries I Li.I <
iu impartial shall ride fne.1C. i changed; by mutual agreement ihe I I
and all handsomely costumed. ,
i ., Itl y. at which This agreement shall apply tall o, | Company, however reserves the right are
and the extensions! of said line during the, "I to make such additional rules as it Besides, the members of the company I Trainer's .i liJ; '

< I heard lift heifof. may consider necessary. j are capable: players: who enact Confectionery i ; :

i i 'instate-! 17. This agroomt-nt shall continue 11. This agreement shall continue their roles with judgement and discretion.
t "i'.';11 i -i by the in force for two years frcm (date! in force for one year frcm this date. .-San. Antonio Express.The v-M n ; 'r
\ hereof. In witness whereof the parties hereto I S f1"s
will be at the' --b "
?: i 11'.' Issociatieni have hereunto signed their names company

', ,, -! ,< tit! ,- Company, The company replied yesterday !it this t th day of December A. I).. 1901.! Opera House for two night, Friday ,

I, I i !l. ';> ', n< ur the Comi the following: JOSEPH P. IUUHY. and Saturday night* Februiry 13 J

i i i For the Association. and H. Price, 10 20 and :150 cents.
For the of regulating the relations ,
purpose MOCK
I '. HP :Association I I DR. J. H. :
'u.h ior any cause: between the 1'cnsacola UU-c Ladies free Friday night if accompanied "
\* -i'" !i. i"i < !.'ar days' notice trie Terminal Hallway Company il I I by a peron.with a paid 80 ct. i 'i
.. hereinafter called the an!1 -
( Company
to the Company. ticket before 6 m. Fri. '
-i I purchased p. ,
< : ., ill not permit Division Xo. 2il: of the Amalgamate I I 1.\ Sew Catarrh Care,11'hich is Kaput-'I .I-
day. i
the Street Haihxaj
Association of DENTIST
". -.i.ii'i'r; : not having ly Coming to the Front. ;
Employees of America hereinafie r :

11 i i(.::A.the k. Association: tailed the Association, it is art''tlh't I For several years, lied Gum, Bloodroot .1 I 1' } "1

', ";qlantlf the bad wC'en them: i and Hydra=tin have been recojj;- "ALICE OF OLD VINCENNES"i

: :, '"'y SiJ.-h l1LtI; raj 1. That the cars of the presentlelectric .t jmzed: a? stacdard remedies for ca-, I i The colonial play, "Alice of Old 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building. *I,*.

; j f the evidence re- division shall te operated h) tarrhal trouble!, but they have always .
1 '!.'iMijy of that fact. I members of the Association at al I : been given separately and only'j! Vinennes1 will be the attraction CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. ; J

i , shall have the times. i : !''at the Opera Home soou. The tour

\"!i'I!It on service over 2.! That if a conductor or motornai very recently an ingenious: cl.mi..t'su t. '! of Gertrude Coghlan in thi play has rilXSACOLA, FLA. I : 4 ,;-
.. ( ceedpd in combining: them, to-
tl1-' line as indicated 1 is rejected by or ejected from th< i been marked by the most ilittprinij

Association, he will be dropped fron; I,igether with other antiseptics into a, I appreciation and applause from both }1 ]
I'n .Oovertment street itl'e service of the Company. That il r j j pleasant effective tablet. I i .
: the critic and the audiences, andj 1. :
i Tarragona to easton 'a conductor or motorman bo dropper J i Drug i.-ts !ell the remedy urdei! l 11. G. DeSiln( & Co. -
: her personal popularity has increaed --
of Aloaniz:: anl I IIi trom the service of the Company hi:s ; the name of Stuart's Catarrh Tablet', II '
'' from intersection of reinstatement will nut be requester | to a remarkable degree, although; ; Y.
; and it has met with remarkable sue ) J
-- ---- by Association He hall not b e 'i j she has; been a great favorite ever :Manufacturers and Dealers In \
dropped I ces; in the cure of naal catarrh j 1 1r K ?
however, for dishonesty, ex ; itC3 fhe made her first starring
('"pt upon the! personal knowledge o f '! bronchial and throat catarrh: and in 1 Sash Doors Blinds .
,' tour. Of the play it-elf it is nee >s- ,
;'7 : some officer of the Company: ; or i:t''i[ catarrh: : of the stomach. 4
that it Ii ,
to generally
only cay !
aDIJed i Information from one othe ri' s.iry I
upon any Mr. F. N. K. Benton, whose address Shingles j "
: ,
conceded to be the bet of the drauitizedjnovels .
than such officer after an investigalion
y I : is care of CiarkHou| TroyN,'I I J
by the Company, at which the accnscd I : and the ad-ipter: hassucceeded :
I 14 Times I and the investigating eommittehare e Y., says: "When I run up a ainjt; remarkably well in rev T"- _- Builders' Materials t I j'l'I .

had an opportunity to be presenand 'I t: anything that is good I like to tell gtheathlosphereandfiivorofthe : l'' .1',.
to be hoard if upon such invest!: | people of it. I have bef u troubled I I SS J ,t I' ,;
original story. All of the scenic Brick and Lime. Oo
ration he shall bo found guilty hJ;' r"
with catarrh more or less for ouui '
r. r. I;i the Company, his reinstatement i I'I I suggestions; :: of the book have been ;r ='I t\
t i time. L-ist winter more thin: ever, Tolopltono 3Vo. XX. t i ;
I L-7-i: :cy5 lestuseofr : not be requested by the Association : utilized as far as it was mechanically 't ,
several so-called but did
Tried cure,
: ----- --
fl 3.: The members of tJPsoclation !
; :ible to do The ,
po ; so. scenery I
t will at the request of UIP Company. j not get any benefit from them. i Ii
,; .. S Disease."Hid / I e-pechlly that which pictures FOR LUMBER
1 rcak in npnwn whenever the Company About six week I bought a fifty i
; ago ft
I I'r desires. .*cent box of Stuart's Catarrh Tablet* Alice's home at Vincennps with the Call on BEEKMAX LUMBER i\i }:is
.,I.: If at any time the Association i \Vaba-h river in the distance, has fM BOOK{ 8TORE f. 'I
:11 fad I inn glad to say that tle.ha. \ \\ i I co. for estimates before placing li
axctscosrtaz": desires to quit work for any <-aus I baen spoken cf as a most brilliant i
c Its JUG J. Fultoa whatever five ( .I\ clear days' notice dose wonders for me and I do not example: of the scenic-painter's art. : your orders for lan b-r. '!H>-lm i

I'ul'on! Corr.ponrds to j'I ther.'of will be given to the Company. hesitate to let all my friend* know i ,( '$,

'1 Uricht's! Disrate! ana I' T. The pr-sident: of the .Association ::, that tuart';; Catarrh Tablets are the I Refined theatregoers: are over I Hot French Waffles with i
K-arny street
of the Company,
i. f :h.- invt-stijatcrs BaJ shall when notify an tuiplojee the Ci-mpany of the bad ;| right thing. the forthcoming appearance here of Florida Cane Syrup at I

I ': .t I an a'trnredcaa ; standing of a member and such notifiaK i Mr. OeorgaJ. Cassaaova of Hotel Kathryn kidder in "An Eye for an ; Solomon's. VALENTINES S .t1
\. "yond human aid. ', ( ; >n shall be all the evidence required j Griffon, West Ninth street, New'' l ye." This is the play! of the
c" h k>l l ,''>n In on 'of tha I
.... the of that fact. write "I have commenced :
.I t .n t.a7pd: n..ary a ,I'' by Company :i York City : younger Dumas that some of the

,t.I _p.\-%;Ih th:,>,1; I his ii ca recovfry. WI", t>. The Company will not permit: any using Stuart's Catarrh Tablets dramatists hive classed on the lame A. C. BINKLEY de-ires hh friends j SENTIMENTAL AND

.' i n...,i-J tmt it could 1.9I Association member work.not having his I and already they have given me high planeof power as "Camille"! and the public to know that re has COMIC."i
> : Iv We told Joy ID workin? card to
*' '.',.'. "...r'"''''11. staredore Herunmand !iJay 7;. livery motorman shall have the i better results than any catarrh cureI The play tai been long, and eagerly Moved to K loin 500 Thie'en building ...SOUVENIR ... i j', \ .

r -,1.: f.'y! finectic 03 tn use uf a stool while on service over I have ever tried." Bought by American managers, but where he will continue as heretofore .

i ': -n mend Lad JOIll'Uotl such part of the line as the Companymay I A leading physichn of Pittsburg entanglement of negotiations with a general law practice. ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS
S '" ,. MM Jag haw returnM. indicate. I advises the use of Stuart's CatarrhTablets the holders of its foreign rights have _.. .. : t.
t' .. y mill hvmgbut instead I II S. The: scale of wages paid members -- --
1 J a U,tthapartatfnrmer- in preference to any other its issue here until now.
; be
Association shall not reduced -
t ari'a\'er six m>Dthi, for catarrh of head and DR. F. E. BRUCE
I' .aemanetiInahocpttallit? i* or increased during the life of I treatment MARDI CRAS NOVELTIESStationery
(i II:. I !H now down on the itrwt this agreement and shall be as fol- throat or stomach. LrPORTLAXD CEMENT at IJi
Ha returned and resumed
1' .tr'c.reraitthettnr.Tber e'L practice.
::t: i '. }lrug,'i>toutLe Pacific Coast j jI lows11 extra men. thirteen ((13) He claims they are far superior to 12 60 per barrel. A. V. CLUBBS ;

: ." -'S will nat him at his stores I'I cents per hour; all regular men fifteen inhalers, salves lotions or powder, ': Corner Bru and Garden titreets. Office 2i>i \Vest Government Bt.: Y

t 'Mnla'Ir II.where be will ; (15) cents per hour. and are much more convenient andpleasant I Salisbury Building.ToloiDlxono .
t. r.-taotfart..andefrethede. I ft. The number of extra men shall I i.
Candies at
,,' 'It to take and are so harmless Try Periodicals "
\ tinUTfrlaad M.irlhlyln- not ba greater than necessary, but 14D.ipr ?
\\ Ci c and ccruScd to luerc that little children take them with I Solomon's. -
this shall not require the Company to benefit as they contain no opitte, Leather
1, drop them from its empleyment, butt cocaine or poisonous; drug.If Goods, t4'
that rt'Ichfi P< a'e when .
taking new men
present on
JIM!,1-. but F7 PT cent are -- ----- OYSTERS AT tHC APOSTLE'SFine
t Pictures and
: ur.iicr! the Hilton not necessary. you should visit the Union dp-
,; : l.r'f'lllJe.l.beumli'I1 10. The rules of the Company note pot or bq in that vicinity J<>n't fail oysters today. : t1/ ;

..' '-.ett.: r f kiJ""y r itrieit'sDtst dtseaa s- in force shall be followed by both to drop in at Giildring' Xo. 3 salmon. TryAPOSTLE..

; !..>'.o Cl. Free parties to t'-is agrtement, unlesshap.ieJ 1: You will I! receive a hearty welcome! --- -

-. IK-.C-P Ill'.- p.nrhkt : by mutual agreement. Tie and find the choicest brands of liquors MEAT & MALT ha a marvelous
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j"p-.Jl.J. FuIwnCi., '
c._ :. -u..r; ;,' ;;'Saa l'r..... Company however, res. ryes'; t'.K> ri itt | ; kept in the city. Iateteticvalue. While refreshlngand G. R. JO *NSON lJ
to make such additional rubs as it '
may consider necessary. Hot French Waffles with pleasant to take, it help assimilation >ti ,tie r 0t0g ap h'I g, ,

.\'. ,.HI nuo?.. I 11. Any member of the Association I'Florid Cane Syrup at of fond. Sold' byDANNHEISSER I .

'-, : ts for Pecnsiola. who resigns honorably from the em- Solomon's. ; BROS. 204i S. Palafox Street. 21H SOUtH PA LA FOX ST. :; I Ii
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Armstrong of Syracuse, N. Y.,

DESERTION iI i What is it?" asks the mother as she was lined in a police court for hittinghis Your money backIf

I notices the smooth skin of her child sister with a framed motto which

marred by a red or pimply eruption. It nadPeace ou Earth Good Will to
not satisfied
[OrIgInal. is impure blood, and the child needs at Men." you are
Sumwalt had known Molly! once to begin
for and thought he 'was the of. Dr.Pierce's Fearing, apparently, that they maybe DO YOU SUPPOSE that. company with a capital of tioo, years "- use reputation of 36 of continuous would
proud ;years success mike such an oer and
of every good and bad trait the ,.:; Golden anarchists in dissiulse! the burgomaster it out to the letter: ? "l**"*

,&' ''Them two has been court- -9'"i Medical Discovery of SclaarlxH'k, a suburb of DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our standing with the public and our ctitces
I Of still greater success by failing to fulfil 1113'promise we make
& long: ," said the neighbors; "and, .* the best and Brussels! has forbidden Italian organ DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such ta offer II we did not have the utmost .
tlll''Uli\"e surest remedy grinders to enter his district. dence In the satisfying quality of our goods ccta-
haviu had a quarrel -% =--', for impurity of WE KNOW we can please you and save you money for HAYXER WHISKEY
.{ like two turtledoves." It _-} ;- the blood. It 'An editor who runs a notes,, and query direct from our distillery to you with all its original richness and flavor,carrying a n.ITrJ?
column received the following: What STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITV and AGE
then-fore, a sensation when a I and sa r'
: entirely eradicates you the big profits of the dealers. That's why it's best for medicinal purposes.: That* '
after the marriage Andy disap- j I \ -J the poisons nils my hens? Every morning I find It's preferred for other uses. That's why we are regularly supplying; over. Quarter rt.vy: .

..!. The only explanation given by ; which corrupt two or three lying ou their backs, toes million satisfied customers. 1'hat'lw1ly YOU should try it.

wife was that they had iuanvled. \ :ii' ;,. the blood and curk-d! up. never to rise again" The

: truth was that under the influence :'Jj.-! cause disease. It editor! replied as follows: "Your hens Direct from our distillery to YOU
I ,
,\ .} cures scrofula, are dead."
phys-ical ailment Molly had acted :a.
- 1 .)' unreasonably and harshly. Andy, I L iE-"" $ boils, pimples salt., A lawyer in Canton 0.. has broughtsuit Saves Dialirs' Profits I Prevents Adulteration I """"""

: eczema, against a local barber for $:.'00
'; experience in marital life was \ rheum and other

.. to n few days argued, "If this! E L eruptive diseases damages alleging; : that his hair was

the beginning, what will be the I W which are the direct cut in a most inartistic manner iu his

':' lining! a determined fellow as ''fl,' result of impure shop, uiaUiig: him an object of ridicule HAYNER WHISKEY

as having n dread of discord, lie .\ blood. It among his brethren at the bar aud his

up his mind to ('fIrr't'hat he ---d enriches as well acquaintance*! generally.

'(} a mistake at the very out- purifies the PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE

by leaving his wile. Neviiheless "Or. Pierre's medicine has not only benefited BIBLE BRIEFS
was not so unmanly as to force her me greatly, but it has; done wonders for
my two hon1" writes Mrs. M. Iar'.rck of FULL EXPRESS
) take care of herself Ill'I.ft\ with Uenistfr, Oswrijo Co., X. Y. "lioth had scrofula. The governuifiit of I'erit: has recently S3&
half his savings, and before they I h:..'" lost two danghtrrs III leis than bye years tilt'! 4
stopped importation of
with c-onsjinption and scrofula. :'Ilveld.t sen Scriptures -
I gone he lx'gin to send monthly was liken two or three years a"o with hcmorrhdije in tl.e Persian language.Dr. QUARTS PREPAIDWe
: ('&') Then! suddenly the remit- from the IUJjf'l. It troubled him for overa
year He t.jok Dr. Pierces Goltien.lIcat Kikuclii. the present minister of
- stoppi-d. for Andy fell 1'1.i't; and has had
Discovery not
a hemorrhage in education iu
Japan. Las recoimu.'nded
Inter resuiwd but over a Mv had wrofulousores '
: they were yc.r. yonnirrr son
: : the I'.il.Je! OLD RYE for IA20 and we will pay the express: charges. When
. in hu ned; hud two Innceit hut has not as one of the best books for : you receive -
; Molly had left the place iii which ha.i bin,... he cutuoieiuxd to take weuI I the whiskey; try it and It you don't and it all right and as good as you ever
:I had lived returned to .ClIe:any.. your students of English to read.It drank or can buy from any body else at any price then: send it baok at our
I I th'yYir is estimatethat tl> number ofibes expense and your 13.20:: will be returned to you by next mail. How couldan
: i j Accept no substitute for r Golden 'tIed. offer be fairer? We take all the risk and stand all the expense If
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teal Discovery." There is nothing "justas ; issued! last year'from all the tbegoodsdonotplesseyou.: ; Won't ;you let us send ;you a trial or 1 r''e
I. : I had been offered: a position in ; ship In a plain soiilod case; no marks to show what's inside.
good for diseasts of the stomach, printing presses: was over 7oO\n.K( ) )
I city ttiid hud gone there to keep blood an l lunj>;s. CollieS: I'.iLle studying is increasing. Orders for Ariz., Cal.. Col.,Idaho. Mont. Nev., N. M<>T.. Ore.,Utah.Wash. --S
starvation, taking with her a lit-: I II or Wvo.. must he on the basis of 4 Quart* for *1.OO by EicreBS
A IOD.S r"ghook, free for the asking. The Trench authorities permit no Prepaid or *O Quarts for S16.OO by Freight Prepaid.<< .
i:1 who lhlll\11 born to Hut
gi You can the People's Common Sense:
I get i public j'IIiJJIf the Scriptures in Tunis Write our nearest office and do it NOW.
j Molly reached the city she ar Medical Adviser, the best medical hook !t
and have allowed
they not the I'.i-
: vritl-out Ler 11:1,)", whom she had i ever published, free by sending stamps 'I THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
I society to resume work: in Cochin
iu a f.I11'JilIs'; !home. to POlY expense of nuijin only. Sen-1 i
21 one-cent for China ATLANTA, G.DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS MO ST. PAUL MINN. -,
stamps covers ort
: I child was so pretty and attrac paper
tLat a muhl r of ladius without! 3 stamps for cloth-bound volume, to Dr The British and Foreign Bible society 156 DiarnxiBT, TBOT, 0. ESTABLISHED 1866. -

R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. is endeavoring; to reach more than ,
<1/1.11 wished to adopt her. The lady
; 500.000 blind Hindoos by circulating ,
; resolved to lint Molly up at -- ..,..... --- ----- '
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the Scriptures through a recent adapta- j j
, !) the pnxHHHls tn be settled upon\
A certain es-cougressnian; tells a tlon of Louis Braille's raised dot systemas
child in the hands of a trustee,
t ; story about a widow in his district who distinguished from Moon's line type
to be knocked down to the high WIGKE&co.P1umbe
r. }
desired a position ia the agricultural in .
system so long operation.
bidder. On the day of the sale the

,:fJ i 1 in matron her arras mounted! and called a table for bids.with department"There" was no vacancy at that Mistakes" !l'm'to be necessary. A Gas and Steam

time, said he, "and I was consequently Fitter
I were In attendance besides the man who can't show scars Isn't much
compelled to advise my constituent ,
(',; mentioned a uundter of f a woodchopper.-Atchison Globe. ,
poorer ,
t that I could do nothing for her until ,I

" who wanted a child. later. Rut she persisted In her effortsto No. 5 South P-Oafox Street.All .
A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.
1- dollars was bid and the amount I
I obtain a position and for two weeks
1 1II up to $i.I i) by the poorer classes Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, Kind OA Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hs:.<
turn. One
thereafter met me every .. ..
; l the ladies took hold and raised morning I had just finished breakfast Neb.writes: "My wife had lung ...,, PI4")1 '*5'" pL-7.4.f ftl A .'Ii*

; l, iou At this point a man behind I told the servant that trouble for over fifteen We I i .
I I when I was by years. ---- -- --

,II I crowd dressed like a workingman she was awaiting me in tlie reception tried a number of doctors and spent j I

i, : to bid. A lady who was resolved hall. So I assumed as pleasant a demeanor over a thousand dollars without any I i SAMUEL\ CHARLES
have the child bid against him till F
, I
\ I I as l'os!>ihh',.n\1l1, entering the relief. She was low and I lost I ,
: um nf .':!.INoI was reached when j
; i : I said iu voice i
a sympathetic : I
withdrew, and the child was room.. 'all hope, when a friend suggested H
! : ; : I \Vell, my good woman, what BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
- (' down to the man. trying Foiey's Honey and Tar, j ,
" i i i'hat it newsV :q
t \\ natueV" asked the matron. which I: did and thanks to this L L
1f 'Good news,' she said; 'good news, ; L tl REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
; I \ ulll"alt.lIIuwnlt Mr. Allen.! great remedy, it saved her life. Hhe i z'; iJ3 Wholesale{ and Retail Dealer; in :Shoes, Leather & FiudiIMIO.MJ ;.:-
: ;
:$ ? That the ;
was name 'Well,' I said 'I'm glad to hear that is stronger; and enjoys better health
'. to the child's dress when she "14. (iOTSOril! 1'\1. 'sIO STIIHIIT.: :
4 And what is: the good news? fian she has ever known iu ten

'I I brought III here." 'Oh,' she said 'good news. Mr. Allen years.Ve shall never be without -
Si 1 I 1.1111all aliout her," said the man. Foiey's Hon and Tar and would'
good Iiev'i..oman in the agricultural ;: y
\ I "e been tracking lur mother for department died yesterday.' z-k those afflicted to try it." W. A. I J. E. ]) U] UISSOX S BROTH ,

but I haven't gained any Infor D' lembertlj. >:
, ,," except of the child." Dainty Gown.*. _. __ n' OKXKK: "UHltGOxn: l nXntCITllI.Er: ; .

t. pulled a great roll from his pocket The season is almost at a standstillso !

iimuteil twenty $U I) bills without far as novelties are concerned.Evening CHOICESTOF i I Dealers in

: :, lessening the bulk of the roll. gowns are being made and Choice and Groceries
Staple Family
t'A ;: the money to the matron, he worn but they are not strikingly new I t ,

\ his little girl in his arms, and the In style, although charmingly airy! and Oar Goods Rpceived Fre li
are Daily. They are too miny to f'l1um"ratt,
i '(ssiuii of his face was a delight to dainty and wrought as delicately as if f FRUIT3 AND CONFECT1ONER ij f fAT and Warranted to h-j the Rest" the :Market All.jrd and can hi-

, Iiliil..uily made of cobwebs and moonbeams, like Relied: on. We can Duplicate anv Order Given us During thi

k I hud hunted for gold in till west the gown of Grimm's 1'riinvss Muline. Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.

, found :i coal hunt'. This had given who used to carry her ball dresses In a
% : a fortune, lie had lived with a walnut shell She had evidently ball C. APOSTLE'S,

... (uple in the far west and had: an unusually practical education for P.O. Box326.

: I I : I ', liow much! they had to liear a princess, for so good a packer was 14 East GneracDt St., i PHONE 66. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro..

' I i forbear. Then I It occurred to him she that the gowns never wrinkled. PA.D1ily OrQcozi's.M5 .

I i he IIhll111 in the face of an inev Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htalu: 'I .

. I'le a t itt itLi lit UIHIH marriaw, the One Minute Couh Cure give a One car-load of Pineapples at $1.7! '

\ I / :: tiM-d to each other, and had he relief in one minute, because it kills to $2.00 per dozen. :

'. for his child she would have the microbe which tickles tne mucous A. Avery

: l a loud far stronger than all oth- membrane, causing the cough, I .

:: and at the same time clears the

. ; I Ii i \,.>1\ proving las story he was named phlegm, draws out the inflammationand tGOLAY= j (SCCC'KSSOK TO AVK11Y t WOOLFOMC.)

;I ; !: Ic e for his child, and the president heals aud soothes the atlected IMPORTER AJ-TD JOBBER OFHARD

I |! ti hon.e took Mlllicioiit interest in part One Minute Cough Cure
strengthens the lungs, wards oil Grist and Corn Ideal Mills f I If
} I g his wife, the mother of his V.
I pneumonia and is a harmless and

:; ', to enter upon the \\irk herself. never failing cure in all curable f P. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, ,

i ; j she made slow progress, and after cases of Coughs; Colds and Croup. I
M&nntactcreriUH01CK I Iron, Nail*. Axe, hO\'II. i w Mill and Kteamboat
I j: of endeavor gave up the work One Minute Cough Cure. i i. pleasantto
j .
: !; hcpcless. Meanwhile Andy hired aI take, harmless and good alike foryoung MEAL AND I'UUKOUOUN I Supplies: Cooking and r' tut. ':IovePaint, Oils
I I I, Window! Ula :!. Guu,;, }'i-<(> tml Kishinir Tackle.
.. and Old. Hargis Pharmacy,
I | : country home and a nurse STOCK FEKD. I
: John Sheppard, Hidney Kahn Agate and Tinware cl ""jlariiishiH
! I waited. I Patronize Home Industry, for there. lisvery aim MI! :; (Joods.J .
- reason you should boy your M. al anc i I I
: spring! morning John was work-
Stock Feed from tbe Home Manufacturer MILL COMl'AXVBCI
f i : ; i : in his garden while Molly wai I I Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m.. lOo for by BO doing you encourage borne tndai- Revere Giant Ktitchd Belting, Northampton Emery
try. Your money Is left in the communltj
; butterflies over the grass. A a doz., at Solomon's. tad you In tarn are Indirectly benefited Wh i i I, uin & Hand Powder Co., Johnson's Kalsoni -

r' |, : ;: came up the road and turned I In fostering the borne manufacturer yot ", Iron Kin* and Buck Stores and Raugo: \Vm
the stood aontrlbntetothecaateof labor. You owi Coujs I.CO.'jj Raw Hide
| ) J"atl'lIdy leaning on ; Leather. Maury'g
I 11 to toe community in whIch yon live ant i
t-pade looking i at It A presentiment OPERA HOUSE which contributes to your support. I IWEEKLY I Made Railroad Colors.

i .? to him that his) wife was within. I Masonic
Temple $ Pensacola fill!
J no: she could neler come to him III ,

i style. The carriage stopped a ,!. 31. CI )Ialla cr. CHED UL -- ,

distance from him and the lady FOB STEAM DIVISION I

| of the home alighted. John ONE NIGHT ONLY I
I disappointed; but, noticing,: anoth
woman about to alight, his pulse ,
I'! I Trains leave PeniaooU for the Lush LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
I again. Once more he was Bayou,rrlngton,Navy Van
1 : \ I, Cbaa. H. Yale and Sidney Ellis present tbe Bayou Big
I to disappointment! at seeing Great Utrman Comedian: and and Fort Barrancas at l.V EFFECT DKCEMBKR 1. liHil\

: I woman dressed in the black and 6:30 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai rlDa.J! '
\ GOJIR .VOlClm SINGKH, 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort liarrancai 1Osb.n New Orleans and Mobile.
. I of a servant, for she must surely 1:0n p.marrlyeat Fort Barraaoai 1:66p.D '
' i! the lady's maid. Then the vision of 8SO p.m.arrive at Fort Barrancas 4:15 p D
AL H. WILBDN 1:15p.m.arrlyeat Fort Parrancas ?:OOp a I I I I-L: :
No.6. r.o.e. So.1. I .
j ; life flashed before him, the lady'sj "8:00 p.m.arrive at Fort Barraocas 8tfip.E No I roo
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7:15 a U/im tlOI p Pensacola_Arrive 5:110 a I .'10 8,00 a
I j '] running to him with outstretched In Sidney R. Ellis' New Romantic Play, Train at leave Fort Barranoas for Peasecola 8j1 a i :2t7 p Iot a I Leave_ \omatoll_ Leave :lIIS a 2:311 p p I I f JI!: p
1 ". In another moment husband 11:00 a 4:2p I !:5l a .LcosveMoblle .__.J.eave i ilSen'ij UIu; 5:.. P
- ( : TI&a.m. arrive at Penssoola...__. 8:00., n ..._..._.. I Jjp/ i 1w.I a U-BV8'II..W Or1ans... LI'ave I NlJPp7..5. I -
( i I wife were III each other's embrace, Prince of TattersA l1oop. m. arrive at PengaoolallU p.o :
i little Molly, coming up, was taken irtW)) p.m. arrive at Pensaoola___. J-.48 p.n I'I North.
5:00 p m arrive at Pensacola 6iS 1111 I
i i wi en thl.'m.ollf Tale of Old New York. TCOp.nLarriveit Pensaooia......_ 7t8p. I I _

S I! \[ hlIll\t last found it possible to "8:46.Satardayi p. m.arrive only.' Peniaoola_ Kp.i I I No.2, No. ... I o,1 No. I.1lJpm .

i her child and had gone to the Every Seeno ComplPle i 12:15p m Leave.,.,. acolaArrln I .:UOp m 5:01am
1l FA BE FOR walK DATS.Peniaoola S1e I O1i1 Arrlye.1ontlomer, .
in ijuest of her. UI I ; pm 1.eaY8 I 11:15 m 5:51pm
' ; Every Detail Peafect to Fort Karranoaiand retort 4 i 1 have often met." said the lady to Navy Yard and return._ KiPensaoola 1:05pm 8lla m ArrlveXasbyUle _Leave I __._ _
\ I ': ,}..!! a !little later Andy's sitting seats on sale Wednesday at noon, to Palmetto Beach and retcra If i !:w.I a m I 5:13 a m Arrive ....LoullYllle _L&ave 11:15 pm !:45 em
: j February 10. I 7: 'Oam : 11:5\1 m ArrlveCIDclnDaULea\e I 8IJllpm' 1I15pmI
,1:1: j I '! "cases like this, desertion Imme- When weatber SUNDAY permits IOHIOUDI.tile I 7; J"m I'pm i Arrive .... ..Mt. IMuta ..... Lflne i .:15pm :r.6p __
running 1 (' ,) or very soon after marriage, ooacbei.Lean .
have: wondered at the cause. Sure- Peniaoola. Lv Tort Barrta: _

::1 i there must be some great discovery, 9 a.m. 10 a.m. I No. Jl-Dally No. S-Ually I No stop where time cot shown No. i-ballj No.1J&u1:
11 a. m. u
j bitter disappointment I ask as COMMENCING -
; I' I p.m. I p.m.ip.m -
reward for I 11:55 p m Too a m 'Leavel'elllaeOIIL-Arrlf8 10:50: p m :W p a
two to-
I bringing you p.m. "
12:15 night TI1I" I'obeml 10:117" ii)5 toIt
Friday 13. .
that you tell me the cause in February ip.m lIm..p.m ::!\) 7:1'1" Ynieitra IOU" ecI
I '." i p m, 1:1:3": 1:11J" :: ,...,,..Escambia__ 'I 10:112" S '; f";'
('a'lndy Ip.m.
to __ "
8ATUDAY MATINEE. 12:85 T:%$ MolatIHr5 101" 5:45
; | { \ and Molly hung their heads. Ip.m 1'1:11II" T:2I Harp __ 101" r 5:'") ..
PAIl rOB rirBAY 12:50 II 7:85 'lCty 10:15 i 5m
: was all my fault said Molly. enjaoola! to orl Barranoai lav7 UfiIj" TjIg" N Milton 'I 10:10 6: "

.\11 mine," said Andy. lard and retarn-____ IIO m m- ..... I' __Good Range_ __ 4f-4 to..
I '' Arnold Stock Co. Ptniaoola to Palmitto ataO nNo i4rssnr 1:56 8:15 II U __ HoltiMllllitan___ i-a 4:85
cause? asked the lady again. ..______ --_ lie leSt 8:80 .. __ 9:50 4:11 "
I was no cause," said Molly. frelt ht eiv.dafsrlhIp. B. J:88 8: _.__Creitvlew_ 1:11 .:t1J .".
:; 1:00 8:54 A 8M "
: 1) eer Land IIU
starter that I asked
was Andy 1:21 1:10 Mossy HeadDeKanlak8prlngi._ 8:40 1:18 :
morning to bring me a scuttle of .:08 IJIII 8:18 2.a ..
and he wouldn't do it till he had "IN HONOR BOUND." .:JI! 9:44 _._ Argyle .. 7:44 tl
PgjiffiiOiLurCtTW. "
4:40 t-J>1 ...Ponce d. Leon... ?:2! 1:11
i his cravat" .. '::00 10:10 __WeitvllleGary __ 7:17 156 '
"Good gracious exclaimed the lady Wi w, "* l. A..1.b.. I.4I..ui ImiirM 5:08 H 10:15 -- : vllleHonlfay 7U 1:45 ..
f lor CHlCHt.TEK's E.NCL1SH 5..a S. 10:80 IM" I'M ..
!' <'lit, throwing up her hands. Ladies Free Friday night if accompanied I.. KT.I> ..4 M4 M..we bow .... 8:00: I. 10:47; =:Cblpley t-Xl It I 1:1...

"bat a contemptible cause for so by escort holding one paid -iI 'J I .u.%.iw tr.rtMM... KlkMtt.U.T.k....Mk. mmt 30-cent ticket. 1Ie... Hay.r;nr'n ut.or tnULf $.... .. 7:00 II UI": __..Marlanna...... eoo" 12:14
unhaj'piness: if .. for P.rtIe.I.. TntH _lel. 7:80 II 11:45 _Cpress.- 6M lliS: amTo
DItUSILLA GARRISON. Seats on sale at Coe'a book store. .It- F? ..d..R.nelr.dl_-........ b II Ubl" II Grand Ridge_ t-ja ll2 -
: nr Jlmll..... le.OUOTnUBoi... g Hbj 1115: It 15.-06 BOOH .. Hneadi 6:21" IO
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MISCELLANY gTfia and'wdm'en7,573,819. AlfEBJSODE '-

CHOICE The male population of the United j. ...ift

Paolnff of the Moonahlner. States, through the excess of male Immigration NAVAL ARCHITECTURE Curse HARDBRICK ; '
and the
higher male birthrate
1hort time there will be no .
.Ia moonshiners in Ken is more than 1,000,000 In excess *
"* a*
f'!' "'*'n.u'.l W. :\. Cropper, of Leilng- of the female. The span of life is on Five Per Cent. (OrIginal OF i' J& i

t'1, "' a Louisville! the average longer for a woman than Naval Constructor Prentiss Yonog

11 .. E.tO-tor. .It u,,ed to courit'r.Jour'l for a man.A Year after finishing his course at Annapolis l !}4
Twenty Gold Bonds ,
f 11: '.. :.o entered the Bottle Six: Yean on the O eaL was stationed for several years at the DRINKf ;

='' ,' r;-!;t'd his life and was alto- Information from Port Elizabeth, Dethlehem Iron works. There he experimented !, )l
b,? shot as a revenue 'jl
je? to South Africa states that a bottle containing Another policy beltS by Mr.XCitprhons was i with armor plate and percussion f H
>0w it is gradually becoming I Per Cent Twenty-Year Cold Bond for BY
three meteorological papers baa folicy shells till lie knew the processes
are being made inc $10.000, on which be had paid au annual t
?., fortunes been taken from the sea at Cape Receiffe. : menu of N48.70 each. This form of policy pay was of manufacturing the toughest plate
Is. and the illicit stills are be- too devised and introduced by The Mutual Life WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. ALIVAYS\ ON HAND ":- :
: and the most penetrating shell. Young
\ '. iiiL Hailroads are opening Company of New York, and in settle.
The bottle, it seems was thrown meat of thia policy the Company will issue ten applied himself so diligently that his Ko tastf No oitor. Can (x yirrn i* glass oj
: untrv. and the moonshiner from the ship Patriarch Aberdeen one-thousand dollar 6 Per Cent. Twenty-Year rater,ten, or coffee wiThout patient't tnovkdgc 1.
It Gold Bonds,the income from which will be health began to give way, and. securing :
v ,
  • on Sept. 2:1.:: lsw in latitude 40 degrees I a year for h"tntyan. The face of the policy, went tbe diseased for .. ) t
    f t at a short time ao the fed- 110.000, will be paid at the end of a year's leave, he abroad. appetite alcoholic itlmulinti '
    S minutes south and longitude 72 de twenty jcara. whether the patient U a confirmed -1' tt.
    *_ .. -nment spent more money tort t't'l'SIS minutes east and the (P/u1QlklJII" Record /' v.13,zx' .) One morning while rowing on the inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or I i *,..
    ;: papersbear drunkard. lmpo.ibleforanyonetobavean'appetite I -TO- : ; ;fit
    moonshinlns: than it gath- he met handsomely ,
    Bosporus a canopied
    is I
    F the signature of the captain for aiconlio liquors after using
    revenue. notwithstanding the I boat:. pulled by tour eunuchs, bear White Ribbon Remedy.
    (Mark Breach) of the vessel which at f1It {
    If desire ONE MILLION
    Ki'nitwky has a large number you to know on what terms >
    the. time was seventy-seven days out ing a Turkish lady evidently of high Indorsed by Membeti of W. C. T. U.

    : .ILstillerios. from Antwerp. It is conjectured from you can contract for the purchase of 5 Per rank. lIe stared at her, but as her face Mrs. Moore.prl'5I superintendent of Wo I t
    I I.. j.olng ahead in com- "if
    I\' .7 i the nature of the Indian ocean currents Cent. Gold Bonds, deliverable to yourself was covered he could see no feature men', Christian Temperance Union Ventura ,I sister states, though I California writes: -1 have tested \
    r that the bottle was carried east handsome v> bite Hlbtoi Remedy on obstinate .
    In but her eyes. Young was a very .
    V t'lln? lately which looked through Bass strait and around the twenty years or to your family drunkardand the cures have been many. Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing J.f'
    : uniform
    in the
    fellowand at the time
    was ID many cases the Krmedy was given se j>\i.
    .. told of old farmS in
    id bn'n an Immediately, case of death -
    Australian continent:, thence by of your state I recommend 1
    way of his rank. The of the lady cretly. cheerfully and Indorse ifl I II,
    In the habit of hitching his Torres strait into the tropics and west the amount of annual income wishto eyes White Ribbon Remedy. Members ol I *
    "II,,j'low to take the place of you were bent upon him and, he fancied, our Union are deligted to find an economical .
    \\ ward across the Indian ocean until the for treatment to aid us in our temper.
    I went to see him but was current landed it at Cape Reeeiffe. secure yourself twenty years hence admiringly.! However this may be, the ance work." I. > '

    .:i iipi>mnted. for he was K'IV-ia Thus the distance covered was about and give date of your birth. same evening while walking on the Druggists or by mall II. Trial package .1I

    -, '\ rest. He had his two H.OfX miles in 2.2GO; odd
    .'n and fifteen years old! re- minster Gazette. Streets! NEW YORK, N. Y. informing him that a lady who years secretary of a Woman's Christ- Capacity 50,000 Daily ;
    'i-hfd bar the front i
    to a on .
    had him that desired to make .
    V t seen day lin Temperance Union), 218 TremoM
    '.:id every time! he got to Germ Killing With Clone. CKCKj AVILLCOX, Manager. i,1
    ,> furrow l he yelled 'Haw:I" i The first city III Germany and perhaps Jacksonville, Fla. his acquaintance. Such an adventure St, Boston Mass. Sold In Pensacola by :!
    suited the officer exactly, and he followed ,.
    Hannah .
    tII': regular way." in the world to u
    purification of its water supply isSchierbteia. T. C. WATSON & CO., DstrictManagus.: the man, who led him to ,a private 1--- / Brick
    -- Go
    I Pensacola Fla. entrance to the sultan's seraglio. cMi11an :
    lirlirl-tra, anotlaldl'nl.: ; Chemists and bacteriologists ;
    3 A M H E R
    8 A L V E ,
    ,<-iion of whc-tLpr there have long: been familiar with the After dodging through secret passages.oul1 ,

    Tied men or unmarried .ennleidal! qualities of this form of'' JatIe. ;; suddenly stepped into a luxuriu he moit hcqilnc afitw, In twnri* Pine Barren, Fla.PARKER'S. 't'-'i:

    i-mintry i* exciting the ('IY I'n. and a number of attempts ]I' The most precious of all i-toncs, according <>
    i till a nil recently an- have hen made in Europe and America : to n gem expert is the jade, on on a divan sat a very pretty Turkish PEARL & DOLIVE.Call :. 1 !
    irs has conic forward to utilize the principle. Si-hierstein account of its rarity its cstrac.rdm.iry woman. Of course she was the woman HAIR BALSAM .!
    .. ,
    r.tiim: that the propor-j which is a suburb ofv \\ pohall'n. :III-- qualities and the mystery of its cuttl:! Le had met on the river. on thpui at the corner of Oar- I ClHnor Prainotn uid a laiur brant..rt gruwth.Nover $\ M'f. .

    : .''11 girls anti women pcars to he a pioneer though; in thei It was regarded as a sacred stone. and That was the year of the earthquake den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter L = I Hair to Fails itS' 10 Youthful Hpstore Color Gray j .

    t. i I adoption of the :oysl.'mIn a l.irge; scale nolwaly had a risl.t; to IIOSMS' it except in Tr.rkey-lSSl, I think. As Young and electrical work or phone 660. 5'-':'i- I Cuff"'e..ihI"itt 9catp d *.....1 i'nr"j lime laltu.e. 44

    r of fact it is steadily. I An elaborate factor to produce ozone a prince of Imperial blood. Argwius was advancing, the lady holding! out

    the Uuiu-d States, and, I I electrically! from the atmosphere ha' Clatlus! a famous pl1Yiitiallnmstf'r.- her hand to him, there were a rumbling 4

    :lilvoeate of the extension i lirn-n erected at the waterworks and dam at thctiuie of the'rl'lIai'sam'p. and a nn-king w uich loosened the flooring

    -lits ('tOI11'I1 has point- I, ha; now been turned over to the mu- published a work on the jade, or nephritic :lllllet the sinful couple down into The Star Laundry- :

    :ir" now in the United 1' nicipality. Similar apparatus! : has been stone, as it was then called on the apartment below. This was not .

    :- "in" more single; men of {II installed at 1'adtrborn. Ozone is used account of its action! on the renal system. nil. The sultan was at the time visiting -

    ago than tlitTf an singleotlidal ; i to purify only drinking water and At the same period Italian: authors his favorite wife in this very apartment Biggest Busiest Best I :
    figures bring as i I treatment with it is substituted for ppoke of the j;ido as osiada and into which they fell and the '.

    ;. irrKil m{-n.. I'i.j 1'.13.; ): j sand filtration the favorite expedient discussed its wonderful powers for sight! that greeted his eyes after brushing :;:; !.' \,

    V in Germany for getting; rid of obnoxious healing sciatica. off the plaster was Lieutenant ,

    CAB 'r 0 11. L..LL.feL'Is bat-teria. Young, with one of his sultanas clinging
    The legends surrounding this stone
    lB A'sas !oE.r..1 him in terror. They Speak k I! i
    9.r Paper to I'rrrent lleform. abound In history. Good specimens of to :1 1I.
    :;' t2! Ji # The notorious Li Luen ling has started jade are extremely rare and the worldis Of course this meant death: for both

    &X at a loss to know how the Chinese the sinners and this story would end I.

    a native paper in Peking with the managed to cut it, because it is so extremely right here had not the sultau recognized .
    E. W. PEAKE How ing name of Iaily Imperial News. officer. for 1hMseI\Tes \ I )
    American \
    The empress dowager is the patron of hard that nothing! can make animpression Young as an @ J ,
    Not that that deterred' autocrat .
    F.. "' 'ii contractor and builder,p this organ: and she has ordered all tie t upon it. \ .
    from applying; the customary laws, but We let the Shirt?, Collars :
    d.. ur electrical work in first.. officials to subscrilie to the paper. Theobject .
    w. he at that time much impressedwith .
    The 'Ird Linen Fatter.Linen was Cuffs Launder for
    and we speak
    c a-" -! ar.d at reasonable rates, of the journal is to retard re
    H' .'a;. i I' found at 30 Ihuth: i'alafoJ: form. cloth was occasionally used the skill dNplajed in America in themselves. They will talk louder :

    s--t.: P ,ne 2U3. for writing purposes but was neervery military and naval science, and it occurred .Larwecan.Vewanttobejudged '<. .
    i common. Linen manuscripts have to him that he might get some 1 f
    - more the work we do than by
    beeu found folded in mummy cases, information. lie asked the transgressor" oy : ,\

    I and the Chinese before the invention of several questions, and when he learnedof what we say. :' 5 "

    Classified\ Advertisements. paper used silk and cotton cloth. The his peculiar experience his eyes ; 'i

    Koinans also wrote upon linen. The gleamed with satisfaction. .

    use Of> this material Introduced a changeIn ; "tJo Into the ;government works" he ALL WORK c. o. D. MI s Called t to ui Delirmi Free : .

    the manner of writing. The other said, ":uid make we a plate armor that t
    substances were rather engraved than no shell! can penetrate and a shell that i

    ONE CENT A WORD. written upon an iron point being used no armor" can resist. If you 11,) this, you WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. & i

    for the puqw-c. go free. rI
    - - 'lo write linen it I "That would be impossible! 1I1:1- -- S HV
    upon was necessary jour ----- -
    lI.\IH G'u"I to have colored Ilaidkioli might e'5t3bUt I will make! J..u11 armor r .. '
    II some -
    ._ r.Ie.: ...-. ...'?.'.._ .-. ..r. ..C-. ,4-. .;,.P4- ...P5-..... .C.-. ... .
    MONEY TO LOAN : -I get dry and leave a permanent mark. that no shell except one you i..es5 .-, _. _.. --.. -- .. ._., _.. ._'._ .. .t'j'
    M lt.:: tiARAH BEIRNE-Manufac-, shell I will I .
    rin' tirst ink used was probably some can penetrate. and that peiie- Lii. ,

    .it'Ie and turer and dealer in Hair Goods, I I'ortIf soot or lampblack mixed with trite any armor. lutiS:1O otlhvr of & MV'V !U
    O i o. 1- terms Hat" Toilet Articles, Hair Oil Roberts Dailey
    w ,. ., ," I f'te.,3'JVe..t: Government *treet, size or gum water and, the first Instrument the United: States hay)' it would be unbecoming ii i : ; j

    J.! \\". WLLAKD: anseriug to our pen was a reed. of UK.- to sate toy hf.! and ,

    ::' -' .;/ f'uiti x, L jt-Stairs. L'O1FORSALEFine. J J;. I leave a woman to !,nui"lI1l1'nt.! ,' -DEALERS INI I '
    J AVii.r..i., 1.iuaH. -- -- --- -- ,I I.une and Short Hair. "Very well" said the !;ultnll. "I con

    bay mare aud new I' I'ranche says: "Ixuig hair was the sent. I have never seen this woman {1f CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES.l| :"It(

    MUM I > i !.".v.N-\V. It. Men- rubber tire run-about and harnesComplete. -, distinguishing i : characteristic of the I before though; she may have been iumy

    w I I. : .\.Z-lit.' Money to Mare kind and gentle, Teutonic tribes. It was a mark of the harem for months. I do not e\en 1

    i "- ib1:> rate (If inter -t child can drive. Apply to Joe I rank among the Franks none I know her name. If you succeed. I will ..:;. New Florida Syrup, Fish Koe, Etc.

    : V. u'I: i'UtMjt. ; maud j James. All fur fit".. -feblw--- of win but the fir-t nobility and give her to) you.*' It (' *
    -- -- | 1:
    I [j
    : i U"ii' i -trett.MN j
    I A BARGAIN can be had in one ol princes <>f tbe'bliM was permitted tll in a few weeks came the trial at the ] : I ,:
    i the liiie-t rtr-icK-iii.1 a ud must desiruble I wear it in flowing ringlets. an express works in the sultan'presence.. Young rii: RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS i: '
    ): ;In 1.1.XI i
    ou improved
    reciioui oi Northwest Hill I commanding:;: the people to cut their sot up his plate and challenged tho .'

    f .. L iarc or ,lilill subject to guaranteed lea-e at fair I hair tlnse 'aroihid the middle of the I Turkish otiiers present to pierce it. '.... OF ALL KINDS. ..... .' r
    .. .
    : ,. .I Iw rate cf iaterest. for three y*-ur#. Plan of hou"e can forl'lll'aIn.1 this badge of servitude With most of their projectiles they only cii FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. J
    l I i K;. hrooks, : :
    attortityi office. A. V. Clnbb () 1) ;
    be at
    Fisher een my 1 and sign! manual of plebeianisiu ill one dented It. The best they could do
    W 1'uUfoxst.: : 6n-2w
    s 1'ei.s.icola. I has become the of st.Uennd Into It about two inches. f ROBERTS & DAILY I .:. 1 4
    I .. i 3 ml inM I __ __ __ I II century essence was to got ;
    ---- ------ I glass of fashion in another the ".\rc you sati"fieil..iir majesty," t () I :'.

    ,11\j: \ n -\Y| -IM you need FOR lots in l'iALE-l'he the city ou most ea-y tennis desirable, by I freak of one ace, the fancy of another. asked Young "that tin-re Is no slull !J. 218-220 Wright St., East of UniorvDtpoL {!1': #

    \ 'a cau b.rrow tiny the Ki.het Heal Estate Agency made that can pi.-ne that T.bter' $ P IWlle 1 ;)(;. tt.'lIsu'ola, ria. ; 1' ,4.V 4.

    wan tud iy <>n easiest South Palalox.K1XDKRUAHTEN lSilm Cnnvlileralo. The sultan consulted! with his superIntendont I.... ., ..-_ _..'-'..____ ,.-_ ,,-',..-' -- .",-.t .
    211-lf ._ .I.. .. -- ...___. .- ._ . ..- .
    i i w, ,.t r.ttf. aiijntre:: ---- A gentleman asked Mary an only of the wnl'k<;. :an Englishman ; .- -'---II.j.I '! j-- 55.- < '-5' -.t 1 fl

    ..i. improve 1 city real 1i.IIHI<-'I' al.tclI ...,.Ia..I. child, how many sisters she had and nnd then told Young that he was! i'\ ;-
    V \\' t 5W41.!' n. .. t .
    -- -- ---..-. -- --- --- was told "three or four. satisfied."Very .

    I I' t. lu-tl! hcbool will Le Her mother asked Mary when they well your majesty will now HALL & KLEIN ;

    opened at M H.i-t) V\ night street : were alone,' what had made her tell load the gun myself! hut I ask your :
    J. ..
    Y'i n .. ID-
    : ,
    o rru\v mouey
    Oct. 1 by Miss, Margaret Maclay. such an untruth. I majesty to withdraw every one to a
    ..-tire your property -Why.! mamma." cried Mary '"! distante' while I insert the piojertilein
    V. 500-502 S.
    !' ictot title, buy of ---- -- -- -- I :
    i.i-. r -nt iiiiperty olu --- -- II--() .1'.tL-o.: didn't want him to think you were sopoor order that jour majesty alone may : i

    h.i\t runts coi- -- S ,- I that you hadn't but one ihildl": possess the secret' which I will transmit

    : ':.i t tavi-a att'lItlt1 tu.i COMMERCIAL HOTEL 110 In. I to you after the experiment.! .Staple and Family Groceries. ;: 'f

    .ll'e-- I'l.ii-.C. Wat-oa tetKleiiei.t. Everything new ; nil What lieViseiimulomieslly. lvnr". I To this time sultan imputed. TheaYoung i

    *; h-iate and in-urauce modern CUll>uieiice-. Moderate: i \ hOW did; you surprised them all by taking; up

    -.I.I FI.1. Cilarlt:" rde5 to transients. Desirable day ''I learn anything while you were in col : a shell of tile kind they had Uruusing Select Meats, Vegetable, Etc., in Tins. i
    1 ,
    who .
    i \''r\ouo buy boarders taken. 23jlui! lew? but before putting it into the \ t '
    \\-twill: Itii'l uiouty' --- i (;radimatc-Um-wt'Il. I learned lur.vtu it was oldened that he took soirethliiK and Produce. '
    Eggs Country
    uuilJ a hon-e. bl-tl FlR-i'-CLASS diy board can Fauliry j. ,
    st.Ue Ignorance ia scientific ,
    New Commercial hotel. i my from his vest 11cket.Vliemi all
    had at the ; 1
    IIi Inteiidencii street. Popular} f tertrs. was ready, Young fired the !shell which Telephone No. 358. j 1 f

    :"%'l'.l JJ. rat..- tll tran-ient 2jlin!: I Ii penetrated the plate tearing' away the ,,
    "Find n I.nrk. I Ii "
    i J :
    backing.; The shell was fom.d to be \\1
    "Tie: grmit IWIf.tJ are born," remarked :I
    i j
    Hoarding ll tn"e.HOARlVlNG The sultan examined it
    YOUNG MEN n.tii ,
    the sententious ll'r'ion. "'It.-.;. :ind i I
    ,uity at one'Is' premus } -, "( I !greedily then looked up in amazement. ROYAL STANDARD WllISEY!{ f.
    JlOCg at WbeeletSptingi they are also dead, replied tho editor 1.I
    ill the U"VtTLApply I I There was nothing on it different from
    Mary E-ther: Fla.. Mrs. I'Llladelphla Record. p -
    : i wearily.-
    to All the .. I any other shell and no math to indicate
    *>ate O-rrn: In.t.Lt'd.1r Condon proprieire- I that anything hIIIIPt.1I attached. The I Years Old, ia Casts cf 4 Full Quarts! at S3 20 per .
    comforu of home at very reaonH titi"i.
    llapidI I .:
    d\wll11 hIs rates.' Northern tourists will The lay t'ilI.DoVitt's next shot was fired at an nude of {

    : I find thi.. an ideal puce to pend, a I twenty 11o.>P:1'I'\'S. It pierced otb plate ,
    Risers do HII) WHIriKEYidistilled at the Nelson Co. r
    I' portion th*" *ei"on. 1ii1iuttIiVA : I I Little Early I .flll.ll''l1...._ .___n..!! and, struck the wIIIIII'lo-I T f'
    not trrioe nor weaken the ytetn. Ky., Di'tlUery: and H fully matured in wood "J
    .., 'ul.r..f1 The sultan -
    i.-tiuttly twuilwirhe I I log the? works 3!is l feet away. S .
    They urebi1lou nes*. jiundice, before bottling. it is absolutely pure and not ex s. ,1\
    ulI\hr.talld.: -
    \\ I'"! aud -onie cook-I put- ,, _. -. L. I. constipation and inictive liver, by : and all the officers present held up celkd in quality by any Whi key of the same age 1 i \,;
    : the secretions moving; the : their hands in astonishment. no matter where produced. The Royal Standard if.
    has arousing:
    at IVn-ctcoU Athletic B. L Df..VMOXI), thfl tailor. re-
    123' movtd to II}!., \Ve..t Governmentstreet bowels; gently, yet erfectnally: and ,,: Tell me at once," cried the sultan is eight years old when bottled, and, considering I I 'f:'

    I'\pre office. I trivint such tone and strength to the "tl'is wonderful s'eret": its excellent quality, U the cheapest whiskey in "
    \\ opo-1te the stomach, liver and i fixed It the market at that price. As a beverage and as
    :"-tvtr.U ptr-uii5of cliirJ : where, he i< prepared to clean repair I 1 glands of Then Young took a cap and ;
    < reputation in each and pre< ladies' and e >ntleinen bowels that the cause of the trouble"is !.lo tin1 point of a shell. It was held an absolutely pure stimulant, there is none better. i p
    ... removed entirely.! These famous: Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to .fir
    l combination -
    :: tins county required) < t..llor m '" jlrl1 there I.) magnetism. It was a rI-Ng- -
    'I'Iud i advertise. old e.- I : little pills exert a decided tonic effect 1 of metals which protected theslteIls &I indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining j' }J
    bu iness hou-e upon the organs involved andif i the whiskey is not satisfied with the quality he .
    wealthy > ; 1'1 Ie'cllantLLs.ANYo'E the hard ,
    I point' till it had ra'tl .
    mcul standing. fSaliry ---- - their use is continued for a few can return the game at our expenseaudmoney ; .
    kly with txpeines; a
    J nil In'liblin eah fence posts or anything in the gro- trouble. Hargi? Pharmacy John I sorter metal at the back. V orders should be accompanied by either t'

    ." '. Wednesday, from h"ndHnre cery or dry goods line will do eheppardSidneY Kahn. The sultan clapped his: hands and S4IIGUTYZAISGI$ currency, postofBce money order, bank draft or express ." : f
    and c rrl.lfur./ wj-ely bt jre purchasing to Merritt Olive, FLi. jlTlmH.ALFMAN I NOTICE.I Bank or merchant in Pensacola. I ','
    w .:.PU mc,>"- Ir\ P.eterb who un.ltrd"o1n:: to,her apartments any -

    :.idof, selfadJrttd tn- umbrella maker, 315 S have been authorized to take lie gallantly crooked Lis arm nUll led -

    C"tOLUl l\'., Caixt"u South PaUfox, street. Re,covering I subscriptions for Wm. Jennings I her out of the works amid the plau'Lta S. A. FRIEDMAN I.r
    1 i l' tgo. 9.blw: "The Commoner. of the assembled. throng. ,
    and repairing: o[ umbrella' and I Bryan's paper I : ..-'
    ; 'pf'ci.llty. Silk cover The price is $1.00 per year in ad That evening an envoy came from Jt
    parasols a ._ ;
    1 M-n t.> l'iru i bull-r the S SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSACOLA. FLA. t j '
    Those desiring: bin ofI
    .. : alwiv on hind. jail 3 vance. paper the sultan's palaee' liearlng; a :
    "' i> < rtt"h for birberi in I them seeding ; ;;fl
    can have it sent to I I dowry. This was a much I
    I for :
    i' iuv Yturavtrt gold a p. o. nox .JIH. IKLKI'HOXF: 1 '
    are ... underined.H.M.ROCHE. .
    Cl\lll\tll (4i II 1III H.OO to the enible of settling the matter ; :
    ,d. M Mrty rnaciie.*, -- I more way
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    t-. p>)-iiiiiu" mid baM C\H I\.AI LO 1'l"M b-In velvet. Care Daily News. than drowning: the woman in the __ ___ ____n_ : i'l"i'l"Ji

    I ..".:U" uiaileii! fr..e ::Silk : r\\w 01 :- 'I : anti got rid of Is-I handle every class of IJqncr sold, in : .
    ; 111"1' College, risi.! can b.- rented at :Mr, E D.Nord.trom's gained :valuable secret -
    1 I I C. .STOnA.. w'ife. bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, tot prices that ,1;
    Mitlinvry Sfore. Al o I an unfaithful
    i Bear, lbs Kad Yni lins Awa IIitr.OI MITCH EL. I are way down. I .(
    \, Mask*. F \le Noe'u* and the F. A.
    \ n.t-All: kindof empty beer Eit Inten- I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. I'J'
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    Has Stood the Test.There Paine's CeleryCompound NN..1.IeNNN.MMNNNNNN1

    IjiwsloTES MEYER'S i

    la a f m;>lar expression tut I

    Truth,like gout,fla-hos the brighter from coua ODD AND END
    tact" In like mann..the marital of "GOOD fe= = s=
    Me forth more brilliantly Has Proved a Blessing to Thousands of I
    LCCK" flaking Powder .
    A late train will be run on the
    when compared with competitive brands. Our School Teachers Who Were Victims -
    "GOOD tUCK" produce the lightest most dummy Hoe tonight on the occasion SALE & _
    whulrwune bread.and Ia-.-llverr4 to tb. con- of the excellent opera bouse attract- of Nervous Prostration, Insomnia -

    aumeratthelowretptrceatwhichathoroug4lyrellaWe Dyspepsia and I. : I IF F ANY PERSONWants L.
    baking. iwwdor can be Bull lOcelll8 ion.O. ..............................

    per pound C. Panwell, of Marianna, S. J. Irritability.

    Meadows and 8. P. Port of Bailey SHOES, we want to see that person. We also want that personto

    Richmond. VlrzlaU. Fla', are among the prominent Flor- SHOES and better time to invest in SHOES has
    Mr. C. 0. Harper says: see our a never presented
    Idians at the Merchants t-day

    It is thought that the next few "The Use of Two Bottles Completely itself as our MONSTER

    days will bring out the capture of a Restored My

    jiLECHQES negro wanted for murder in this

    r i jj I county.Alabama.C. .He has been located in Health." .ODD AND END SALE. .

    .........>............... Lake Nervous prostration, insomnia,
    G. McCormick of City dyspepsia, constipation and impure
    Mrs. James M. Mnldon was the and W..V.Custer, of Mobile, ronte blood make life a weary burden for I NOW GOING ON 4

    hostess at two very delightful card agents of the Southern Express Co. thousands of our school teachers.
    When nerve force is low, the brain Our stock must be reduced all lots
    odd get out-so shall
    parties yesterday at 1 and 8.p.m. are at the Merchants today'on busi- tired and digestion in a disordered you have the

    The pretty home on the bayshorewas ness connected with the transportation condition, there is irritability, bad benefit of the SACRIFICE

    tastefully decorated with bamboo company.Dr. temper impatience, and often great

    and with vaes of beautiful red despondency. Under such circum-
    EJmund Hall returned yester- the work of LADIES' SHOES. I
    and white carnations artistically at-, stances, grand teachingcan Misses' Shoes. I CHILDREN'S SHOES
    diy from Birmingham where be never be successful. I
    here and there. On the bulleta
    ranged went in the interest of The Reporter Pmtne's Ctlery Compound is doinga $3 50 Patent Vici, Lace Welt $2 50 Patent Vici, Lace, Welt 51 LO Vici Lace Button

    handsome punch bowl was decor- which will be out in an enlarged size wonderful work for half sick and Sofa...... ............. ..$273: : i+olellQto2.! ..... ........$2 06 I to 11......... .... .. . 'I'
    ated with green with handsome rundown school teachers in every j II 3 50 Patent Vie I, Lace, Turn 2 00 Patent Foxed: and Tip I 1 25 Vici Lice or Button

    9 bunches (.f grapes hanging from the next Saturday. part of the land. Thousands engaged Sole ...... .............. ... 273 L111'.1l,1.i tj 2.... .... '... 1691] to II...... .... .... .. .
    riui. In the afternoon the tables t The tug Echo which suilered ali in the work of educating the !, 3 00 Vice Hand-sewed Turn 175 Viei Kid. Button or Lace I j' 1 00 Vici. Lace or Button1I. '
    i ; young are kept well from year to >! Hole Lace Button..... 2 33: .*_ to 2............ ....... 1 391-\ I to 11.... .... .. .. .. .
    I were marked with the number anda ,ht accident here yesterday, has j jI year by the strength-giving virtues I or 'I 50 Vici Kid Button or Lace, I I 1 00 Patent Leather: LucelUjto2 _

    large bow of a different colored I. been made a defendant in a suit for i; of Paine's Celery Compound. It is ; 300YiciL'tcE'.Dull Kid.Tops, .... .... .... ,... .... 1 isj: to 11..... .... .. .. .. .
    ribbons on each table. The scorecards damages/ for sinking the barge Alma: daily raising to new life. men and )I Welt 80Ie.,2 41 Ij; VIPI Button or Lace, IP iiih Box Calf Button 6 tl. :
    t women in all classes of society. It 2 60 Vici Kid, Lace Extension to 2...... ....... ...... ...'.." 89j'! 502 Vici, LaceG to875c . .
    in New
    fins the river
    were pretty Japanese i Mississippi near : is the one medicine that makes pure 171 1 00 Viei, Button or Lace, 11", ; ; Patent Leather, Lie-

    with ribbons tJ match the ribbonson | Orleans recently. blood, strong nerves and good digestion. 250 Vicj{ Kid Laced or Button 159 to 2............ .... .... ...." Gle to S...... .... ...... n
    the table. Fourteen if I: :2 fO Vici Button ,
    games The cruiser Isla de Luzon which C"mmou'M oOc) lad Lace or I ifu!:
    Six-banded Eucher were played at Mr. C. C. Harper School Teacher, Sense, Turn Sole ens Shoes. I ton, 2 to 6...... ..... !t
    was reported on her way to the Pen-f of Mount Carmel 111., says:- 2 50 Vici Button Welt Sole ... 3 071 1 $5 00 Patent Kid, Allover Blu- I 7"e Soft tole.IH,1'll's.. .
    five tables. The number of
    higheit ; sa cola naval station has left Cule- i "My school work has proven a 2 00 Patent Tip, Lace, Cuban: I cher ........ ........... ....$Go 81 50e Sift Sale: ,, AllTip Color, _
    games made were eleven, and by great mental strain and I found my- Military and French Heel 1 6l''
    ; bra for the New York navy yard I II 00 l'.itent'ici, Lace, Exten- I .
    four ladies; Miss Martha Whiting I where she will go out of commissionafter self thoroughly worn out and alulost 175 Lace Extension Hole, Heel ion Sole...... .... ........ 371) Boys, Youth s and Little Gents'
    I commenced the offame's
    Hal prostrated. use and Spring: Heel...... .... 1.9 5 Patent
    Mrs. Mrs. Forbes and 00
    Coronar Monkey i iHkin
    a long and unbroken service of Celery Compound with 170 Lace, Patent or Leather ... .... .... ... I
    Mrs. Marvin cut for the first prize six years.A splendid results. The use of two ...... .... ...... ...... .. 121 3 50 Patent ToPVv Vici,Lace Button 3 ,9 j, shoes.
    or 2761
    a handsome, carved cut glass vase bottles completely restored my 1 75 Button Extension Hole... 12'J
    3 50 Shoes all kinds
    sputtering wire which had the health. I have been in and styles 2 76 $3 50 Patent Vici. Lace. Welt
    my present 150 Lace Button Heel and
    which Mrs. Marvin. or ,
    was won by 3 Patent
    insulation burned off created some position eight years, and 1 am cer- Spring Heel.... ...... ... 1 18 Enamel Extension 2 41 Soles -Ito 5' ...... . $'s 't'
    300 Vici
    ,.r The s-jcond prize was won, by Miss! : Kid or Box Calf, Kid 2 00Vici lid Lace 2t2 to 5'. ; f9
    alarm at the corner of Intendenciaand tain ttat your medicine has enabledme 125 Lace of Button Patent Tip, Lined... .................. 241 175 Vici Kid '
    i.j Clara Gary it was a beautiful Dres- Lace 2' to : '
    ; to carry on' my school work, Extension Hole.......... 89c 1)ly. :!
    2 Vici Kid
    t dencbina bowl.The consolation priz) Tarragona streets last evening. : when without it, I should have been 1 25 Laos Common Sense...... 89c! 2 pa'tent Plain or Cap Toes. 189 12 ihatinCalf Lace. Plain l.r
    t 'i l a beautiful brass! "five o'clock tea," The post was heavily charged froma compelled to give up. I will take 1 00 Lace, Common Sense...... tHe 2 00 60 Lace Vici Kid Plain Leather of 1 81 Cap T\t"s:2) to 5':,. . '!?'
    in recommendingPaine's Cap 1 75 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2- 1-1.1:
    ))1{: was won by Mrs. Wm. R. Johnson. contact with the wire and people great pleasure Celery Compound for I Toes Lace or Congress... 1 49 1 50 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2. .. I is

    , The booby a little stork, was won' gave it plenty of room. know that it is good.; Ladies' House Slippers. 173 Lace, Box Calf............ 126 I 25 Box Calf, Lace 13 to 2.. 91c
    1 BO Heavy Satin Satin Calf 1 50 Vici Kid. Lace, 9 to 13. 1 IS
    by Mrs. T. V. Kessler. Delightful Mayor Jones says that all con- Shoes.. .... .... .... .... ... 1 22 I 25 Vici Kid Lace, 9 to 13. !\
    ;'L refreshments were served. About duct having a bearing on any- Children's clothing, hit,ribbons, Jl 75 Red.and Black Quilted New Orleans Hand Made Cable

    {r.' thirty guests participated thing like disorder will be promptly feathers, stockings, dresses, and Satin Fur Tops...... .... .. 149 Screw Shoes...... .... .... 93c
    . ----- suits for children can be made new 150 Black Julietes. Fur Tops.. 1 19: f Merchants are not barred from bUY- HAS BEEN3, WOULD-BE IXVEXTORV .
    suppressed on the two Mar- withDiamond 150 Black Felt Juliets, Fur ing tola shoe. I
    k''i' At 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs Muldon di Gras days by summary arrest ... ....... 87c Men's AND FAKE !SALE

    hi I! entertained about thirty! :five guests:! |I of parties guilty of such. Use of DyesDirection I -'j5cTRrC.kF itSiipp lined 4c! Slippers. MUST GIVE WAY 1O THE

    'v"! at six-handed euchre. The scorecard Black H.>rg Slippers... ..:. .... 24cIl25ViciKid! Black Oppra.... trjc ORIGINATOHSOft'lHE
    !Io. little cards j cane sticks come-back balls book and 43 dyed samples $1 50 Felt Shoes! Leather Tip- i 1 00 Vici Kid, Black Tan or AND ONLY
    - *
    ; were hand-painted .
    ', I and fine confetti will all be positively I1YEI free.DIAMOND Burlington. I ped, Lined, Lace".. '..... 1 191, Wine Color... '......... els
    of different fruits, tied with red ribbon !
    forbidden. 1 25 Felt Shoes Lace or Con- 75c Black or Brown Alligator 8'Jj
    , .: Miss Katie Rrent made the I gressLined...... ......... 893 !, 10j Whittemore, Baby Elite, OD1)) AND EN'D' SALE I I
    i highest core for ladies and won the The Pensacola Athletic Club is' Black Serge Shoes Lace or Con- 4Scj/ Combination Poli-h. .. 6c1 1 1 .

    t first prize a beautiful Bohemian being put in entire tip top shape.A THE WEATHER TO-DAY. I
    new boiler and heater of the latest
    ;e glass bowl. The ladies' booby .was!

    {{ wou by Mrs. II. H. Thornton, a little improved pattern have been install- LOCAL FORECAST-Fair and warmer tonight -
    :: :
    ?: stork, for good luck. Mrs. T. W. j ied and a vapor bath put in. New and south.Temperature Friday. ; fresh west winds I Meyer Shoe Co '

    J"i Brent won the consolation a gold matting has been put down. The becoming

    i ii two old pool tables will be recoveredand
    ; stick pin. Mr. E. O. Saltraarsh made
    in Last 24 Hours:
    :/ the highest score for gentlemen and'r1' a new one put on the third floor, Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street. :
    f fl Mftxlmum..__________4'!*degrees
    (,[1 was awarded a handsome silver and both bowling alleys will be put MlnlA1um____.___02 degrees :1
    ..c, .mounted whisk broom. Mr. John in first-class condition. I II

    ,.!: Gatliu won the gentleman's booby Temperature Elsewhere: SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER
    Catarrh; an excessive secretion Mia. Max. A GREENHUT & 00.
    i a drum with a moukey on it. An
    'r elegant supper in four courses was I from an inflamed mucous membrane Atlanta_ .___.._41 U BATES FOR ST. ANDREWS
    is radically and permanently Bismarck__ ___- :2 JO ,
    served. I i Chicago___.__ ..31/ 4'1' LINE. "'
    cured by Hood's Barsaparilla. Cincinnati-_.._______40 &) ]1 I .WHOLESALE GROCERS
    c4 I ___.__ ... ,
    A reception will be tendered: Dr. Galveston 4'S 62

    Horatio W. P. Hudson ttm evening CO TO SOL CAHN & CO.'S i iI Huron___._.._...__.._._ i Si The Penacola St. Andrews and I!I
    from to 'J30 at tIe residence of Jacksonville_. ___ _5-J 74 Gulf Steamhip;: Company has! fixed Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA FLA.
    'I I aud be served with Malta-Vita and Kansas I'lty.?.'..._.....__'N 6it the following schedule and rates to .
    _: Mrs. Emily C. Smith.Liat. i receive a Cook Book Free. Key West H2 apply between Pensacola and the -- -

    'f"i --- Memphis .__'__'__'__4>; 5 II. B. Bierra and bride arrived Mobile___...__41 67 ,
    a. _______..___. bCHEUULG.
    j yesterday and are at home at 'e No. 15, Montgomery 40) tio
    ______ Steamer Tarpon wHl leave Pensa-
    New Orleans 4S 00
    ri the navy: yard. __ G '.Monday Feb. 16. p. I Sew York._____.355: &J cola every Tuesday night at H:3O Real Estate and Rental Agent
    ' brethren Sa\&nuab.4'i I 8iSt. o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile ,
    Visiting are cordially -
    _ .a General Bingham of the United I. invited.W. Louis ... ._. 3> 5tI J train and the P. & A. accommo-
    i Ktate army will be the guest of Mr. D'C. KESSLER, .. dation train. This will enable a lij: >a South ralafov Street,

    f\\ and l\lr5. F. C. Brent on East Rvi' I HARRY W. GIBBS, W. M. I person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., T ELEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORID'BRAWNER'SCURACEBEFORE
    I make close connection at Pensacola ,
    inana: street for some time, his wife Hecretary. MARITIME and reach Bt. Andrews the next -
    i :
    j i* expeeted'with him. They will arrive I morning at 7 o'clock.
    this aflern on. I
    r I THE

    : Mr. end Mrs. F. C. Brent entertain ARHIVED. The passenger rate from Pensacolawill
    1 I Br us Lustlelgh' 2W:, Baker.Bostou toJnoA be as follows! :
    .ti I ut dinner this evening. Merrltt t Co To St. Andrews and St. Andrews

    :. COTTON REPORT- Gall Ames Transit PPn.acolautui.LeecbTampico Co to points-$GX); round trip '10.

    I 1 I" Several army cllliers of di-tinct-i 1 i To Apalachicola and Carrabelle-
    ion are expected here this afternoon I CLEARED.Br $8 50; round trip $15. SALE
    4 i Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. These fares include first class
    ss glantnn.ltt41. Lcl to take up duties aligned them at Ii Lowe & Co. Co for Krenirn.with ..',.,square bales rni- cabin stateroom and meals.
    ..ijl. the Barrancas: post. ton,dji round bales cotton. valued at 137017e .- Further information can be securedby
    I Spots. t
    --- officesin
    Nor bkEira.i5.Nelisen.byS P Shatter applving at company's
    Paymaster and Mrs. Bilthis: entertained I Good Middling..9 1-4 ,Co for Uutojt'III'.kl. with W,7'JO bbls rosin, the Thiesen building. ... TAKING STOCK...
    valued |:i.<'"
    .i very delightfully at cards I Strict Middling..9 1.8 -I I

    last at their borne at the Middling ............ ...... ....9 HAILED.Nor .
    t evening, A GOOD UBOOMMENUAT1ON. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2.piece I 64 inch Heavy Ladles' all
    .Navy Yard. The marine baud furnished { Strict: Low liddling..8 13-16 89 Harold,vi I. JVtr, ,-Genoa !suits all wool worth $3 special sale
    11 r ss Ulanton. U.Lets Hremi "I have noticed that the pale ofCbamberlaln'iI Colors regular $1 yard this sale! We
    'l splendid music throughout i Low Middllng..S 1.2 Hr n :Manchester!. inventor :2775, Parry fl.dSsult. yard.
    Manchester Stomach and Liver
    Tone Remember we carry a full line of
    !I' the evening. Steady.: Tablets is almost invariably to those Boys' Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at Five Pieces Black Shark Ekin 41-

    J i The parlors were decorated in rUTUUKS.March A Severe Cold for Three Montht. have used them," says Mr.J. prices to suit everybody. inch Dress Good latest out, regular

    l bamboo( potted plants and cut Mow I I .............. .... ...... ....9.21I The followin letter from A. J. who. once prominent druggist Look at our Show WIt.dow for $1 yard this sale 89c yard.

    .1 ers. The dining roam was hung in I May...... ...... ....... ... ...... ...9 31 Nusbaum of Batesville Ind., tells H.Veber, a prices on Ladies' Underwear.We 33 Dress wool
    better.recommendation Fancy
    ot Iowa. What :
    its! own story: "I suffered for three carry a swell line of Ladies'Flannel
    i grey moss; violets were the flowers medicine and Bilk, regular {1 yard, this pale
    NAVAL STOUtis MA1tKILr1.tteported months! with a severe cold. A druggist could any and Silk Waists at prices so
    : used here, and on a table the handsome call for it 7-lc yard.
    I prepared me some medicine, hate than for people everybody can wear one.
    :f' punch bowl was draped in grey I I D.'I, for The New bj and a physician prescribed for me when in need of such a remedy? Try 70 doz ;Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
    n moss with violets scattered over it. Union Naval Store Go, yet I did not improve. I then tried them when you feel dull after eating Moreno "Undershirts, special 20c; rietta silk warp, regular(I yard this
    Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight when you have a bad taste in drawers to match. sale 85c: yard.
    ttH About forty-two guests played six-I BOSIK.WW doses cured me." Refuse substitutes. your mouth feel bilious have no ap 60 doz Men'a Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot

    t j handed euchre. The prizes were ______u 25 H_ __$2s., W. A. D'Alemberte. petite or when troubled with constipation worth 50c, special 35c; all colors regular 35c' yard this safe
    won as! follows! : : wo-_ 81\5 G._____ 200 I and you are certain to be delighted drawers to match. 25c; yard.
    : Mrs. Wise won the ladies' first Y-"--- 865; F _____.1 eJta 'PORTLAND CEMENT a with the prompt relief which 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts tr Just Received a Full Line
    t I I "._____ ,4 45 E._. .. ...1 iii',, $2.50 per barrel. A. V. CLUBKS, they aflorJ. For sale by all drug worth $1, special 75c; drawersto Waistings, regular 25c yard this sate
    .I It I I prize, a handsome silver candle 6 ___ s :!, .____ Corner Bru and Garden Street I gists and medicince dealers. match.! 15c yard.

    stick. ,I1_-"___....2 ed C"below__ 1110 : _.-- ,- 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
    I Mrs. F. C. Brent the ladies' second BriKITI TURPCNTIllB-65bid.! We have just received our : Hair Undershirts, worth >tl.60. spec Day Skirts worth $1.50, special sale
    ; I drawers to match/in White, ittc each. f
    prize a pretty gold ink stand. Go-
    ;t : REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP. Mardi Gras 1903 line of Heywood Red and Fawn colors. :29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
    t. The first prize for gentlemen was a im We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk
    --- Carts with all the latest Day Skirts, guaranteed all wo'i.
    , j A Little Bey'i Life Saved. I Call and Shirts and Drawers worth $3; spec- worth |4, special sale $2.43 each.
    military : :: provements. see ial to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colored
    j I have few
    : 1 of Barrancas. j a to say regardingChamberlain's ;i iI them; they are beauties- 25 doz. Boy's and Girls'! Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth f 1.50, special:
    I Cough Remedy. It' Ball and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 98c each.
    o. !, Gentlemen's second prize a cigar saved my little boy's life and I feel Marston $ Quina. 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladies' Black Tailored and Figured

    ) / stand DuBose.was won by Naval Constructor I that I cannot praise it enough. I 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and I Skirts, worth $2 50 to 10,special
    t jl Hot Frenoh Waffles with Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; sale $1.98 to U.93 each.ReadytoWear .
    The consolation a handsome stein bought a bottle of it from A.E.Steere ....CONCORDIA HALL... drawers to match. Jackets! our price

    I was won by Mr. Clinton Wise. I, of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got :Florida Cane Syrup at We carry a full line of Ladies', 11.48 to $8 each. You will save
    : I served.Delightful A special refreshments dummy brought were home with it the poor baby could Tuesday Jlityt i feb. 24th) Solomon's Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
    I that we can save you 25c on. buying.
    the to the hardly breathe. I gave the medicineas I *
    guest city about 12 o'clock.MALTAVITA. .
    I I ._ a 'I directed every ten minutes until AT 9 O'CLOCK. furniture houseon Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats heavy, at H.5J
    I went to Pryor's
    "threw up" and then I thought sure of Men's Clothing Bougnt at roc on to So; worth nearly double.
    he was going to choke to death. We FIRST-CLASS MUSIC, West Government street and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece

    had to pnll the phlegm out of his L&IIGE DANCING HALU furnished my entire house for just just Ji price off other merchants. suit, worth $1.60. special 98c suit.

    I mouth-in great long strings. I am one-half of what I expected to pay. _u __

    ; The demonstrator for the Malta. '. positive that if I bad not got that All maskers will be examined at It was a surprise to me, and I don't Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look
    Vita Pure Foods Company is at SoJCabo' ]I bottle of cough medicine, my boy the door and no objectionable char
    would not be on earth today.-JOEL acters will be admitted. know why I remained single so long. at Ours. Remember the Place,
    ,. Call and be served with a
    DEMOXT, Inwood Iowa. For sale
    sample of this pure food product. by all druggists and medicine deal- TICKETS 50 CENTS. F. E. BRAWNER.
    tie Qest fa $ las s. Palate St.
    12f3t ers. ffiulmk's c.
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