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 13, 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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resentatlves every n ? to be founda I I 1'IIt'r; ef wood tr ire'.uin Luile.A 0:1 I, W'
tall erect, gaunt S' whose identity I 'I sections so they can be easily taken '.1. "jj

has remaineel a cry for years to pUvvs rea'ordad. set up again.; 1 I '
y RAILROAD I ill spite of 'novas' torts on the OF PRISONERS ON la order to f"witI!: :" their being: SnfelyuvrcUcl 0 I -E ,
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APPORTIONEDI I part of the mnbt; 01'1 to uncover ROADS IN THE SOUTH.Lase I that-lag! the n.:,:ht without too 1 ; :'J
never a'rure Airs
I m Spicer'scons
thesexret of its onei, and I
antecielfnts. "
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COMMISSION. I}I >e. That I with litinl'lly! under Its lands are clasped U'Llnd of lip Different Mntc on :"tsSLLt'CtBost I ,'n !he gees to 1'1..11111" either; '! cue foot '. '1 : ..t:\

Annual iii]>.>rtii>nim'iit eif interes stood.Yiut her she hid any private Its trarsparePt back in a convulsive cr our hard isie-neil loosely to ti chain ; 1 If':;

'I (llIf l'IIIIIIIIOIlodlul.I fuii'l. j I} pf! <
;.' Kaiiro'il: :! ( oimis- Made l,vV.. X. :Sl.e'.tts, stale: ntw.t any rate Me melt: have .\t'- of emotions prodigiously drought MalitnialnK Thria. II.IM 1 the folloriig! \Ilornlt: I ,

"' ne of rioiiela, .siiiifiiitrinlcnt| of' ptililie.iiistnn t- 'ml''' 1 the sani" reMi't! without 1 upon. Many attempts have been made ', It has been the .etie'i..l veielie-t from .1 '. s UI

publicly weii.ndinj;; any ones ffilmss.llerliert ; I by guards with rubber soles on their! The use of convict labor in puLlieroaelbUilihn tV H
Fla., 1\,11. !i I. 1 I::. inn, rl'l'I'III'1' : : !"';:;. i I various c-cui'ities in the anthem {+ i
I Yin.vnt wa,; an athlete: and shews to catch this wraith unaware, ;) ; ?: is most largely: practicedin I state's vileu-c c-einxut baler I is mpoyelel! ; 1

Xiim'.K-r! pupils in at't-rare :ittciiel.unv a ;:ood fellow with one -ixflil wcakIIOS I but failure is the invariable result. ,
the\ states of "I'I'g-ia, Tennessee, I in I'uu'l'liiltill to any considerable cs- ; Z 1.
I'-l- of the {M'tiiinns T'i.ltil; i ; rate per-} pupil, I Ii I -he wa&emt-ily! ]le-d bj onion But I Presto It has blown Into thin air before Texas, North Carolina, South; Carolina! : tilt that us is'th! etficieucy! and cheap- !r t

: I.f IJctkltiljri: ;: toi i I in cents ; amount mi hall: fur a 1"1 as all men are more ir less freak H the sleuthing atchmau is within end Kentucky in the order named, Ergs: it Is decidedly superior to such : i .1 mar i

'!'Hi]';ul.i Ja-t: I'o.iht ]Hirtioiitiu'nt. $'':!.!) 1.I5.:: ; ainc'intai this r--pert( ( Herbertas not I M lined: l.y forty feet of it"- l'\\' York Herald. vrites A. 1. Holmes! in the yearbookof fl'Il.ll.I'r as ordinarily available : J.' :,'

.'.:\1' a fic'!;.:'.ir a aI'1I1; ]>n!'timii el, SotMlM.r' ;!) ; aUmlHl't I His fru lids. ludeul. time wasome: BURIED-UNDER- -- -SNOW.-- the It-partincut of :17 i'u iUl1'e. In the re for this work.SASH >. !, ;,
Ihin.; ..iiiiiisiii.: .; in the MoU-nce ( t hisloe -
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t'ie' 1'uIlhllsiullel'sile IlltapPilti"uti1), :.:; I I.i; :,. ; Virginia: where only tWI'nly.tll\'lc convicts :
ulTuir1 llst. however. he i4 t- WINDOWS. t \ J
< anil Purer and Hie Crrat Morn That (hf"rnlt"huf'tl are reported as having; been used ,
< ";.uilv. Amot'iit. tlt-d dost II to t'o'olll<' lie I n
n was
I very >en' uJlII,1 In 1717. on the public roads of the Hate, and i
;: ', .' I i-att'll;: I !lie eon Alacliu.i . . .? 1 lJa l--: !1 .$n1 i fund of a jouir' ;:11'1. lIazdbwy! In these lined to four 1'l'c 3 MJ' n Dstch luic: tto? of the \' ; .
the !::.rllll: of 1717 an amount of cor counties, and la Screcteeath! Centor- j' '
.illel III'.tt'll tlie shijt- 1.1'1' . . . 27 UII; and in lure with 1witl,,\\', Mrs[ .\rain Ala'uinin where I .1
1'111fl'll m New Kn::iand that has not onlj twentj-five convict The thtory! of sash windows is :
,. ui tu the H-u-tK eif.tli'l lla I'.ates. Mi 's Abbey' was too : :
lil.ltlfolel: : 11.tI: 1 joun be-e-ii f"llII-d during the three centuries are reported as. beiii : used on tie what obscure Lut the! probability laI

; II"! lot; ferl jll : 1 HI'I'ral'l) . . ::tUitlC'a : ; ) and i-iexperU-iierd: to e-e>pc with )[r!'. i eif its hi>''tur '. The great storm public roads in two (e-ountie, the system i(I that they were a Dutch Liventlju and 1 'tit IiI

;b.IIii;! that a fn-iulit; I h"lIIl! . . :!:!:Uitl bates. who drew the in.i>si\e body ofMr. I egut in binary and 1 buried the( is still in its Infancy. In Arkansas, that they: were Introduced Into Eng; t' I ,
j"llt'd 1 l"ddl'II'I': l nnl..ut in 11,1' was a tug will taitli to the depth of ten to twe\v riorida LoulMiina and Mississippi the ,' "
II at "urns: UMJ.OOCl.iy : : land soon after the revolution of 1CSS.j .. i'
Hazel would hue ruinedall
a Mi.p. ,
tlw liiilk of the \\i\\-\\i- fert. Catdei were buried in it and Fysttul has been l more largely adopted. ;j The derivation of the vvord : i
:W.IIII!: !) )
by a display of jealousy hid it not slulel'1 1
In the states of rlnia.'I't Virginia
were found frllZt'u stilT under' the this sense Is the Dutch "sas," a
\'il' i is ileine 1
ii llil.r, C'hl1l1Iotl :,1'n burn fur Mrs. Spie-er.[ who in the wajsc '
I drift, and hundreds of I sheep perished.ViM Kentucky Tennessee, Louisiana old English "sass-e." In (lUt'l'nnu9

'I C j ,nh mie at K.n: 'kle-tl;eiI and give her point besides.!
the of that became
l e-Sui; | > C'JT/JO cravings hunger they uncommon as to be mentioned as a 0
,I a half miles : curl "You keep away from Heibert, said 1I1Jlltl'billlrs to the farmers '
awav. ] >uv.ti! ITN"II; special feature of houses that were

laijr; <' MiiiHi i| ] *rs haein INt-.nnliia lJ7UiilHtTiianelo Mrs.him. Spicor Silver, "while later the it fe\er will is on sheep pens. Rears andohes fol advertised as "To let" In the Tatler,
tlu-ir \loYl's in take passawny" hawed the deer even into the !settlers'clearings : fur instanceNo.. 17h May :27-30, 1710.: .
;: FJ'lnklill . . :!:!f .&'ll I laze"I had the goal Reuse to nuu'td '.
and p? upem them there, there Is this advertisement
: ;
In.iil lots. It I oiildIllelli I
i ar \\ . . 1,1SI.1I take the advice, and she vent! away killing them at such a rate that deer "To be K'tt, In Devonshire Square '-

<' 'e* |III tile ]'e'olic' of II :Iud It IIIl . .. . 1t.11: for a visit! reeves wire afterward chosen in every t.i near Dishopspate, a verygood IJrlck: .' '

,v to haian airent.i : 1 iJjtllIi1hJ"'I' ) One eve-nine; Sirs. Spice was chatting tow u to protect tholl.'alualJl.... animals. House of 3 Rooms of a Floor, and a S "!

but thi'ir utj'Ksi! I is ; ;! 1 7r.4ii::/ with Herbirt at a ball. Mrs. Many a one story house was entirely ,+E 1re ,, + good Hall with very good light ami i ::1

iiieh while it might Hates AS as present and passim? the covere-el with snow, and even the chim- I ,1!
; :iit| dark Closets, the whole House being :
III'hlll . . . :tfi. O couple on the arri c>f a cavalier, she
1111'I lih:-rtlily of the i.iilniiiot tiejs la sumac ill.t\lII"'S could, not be well Inserted, and sa!'h'd with 3i) : i r'
lrk-1I1l, :; . . . l.tV.O.'JO: gave Vim'cut a smile that displayed a Tunnels Ii d from house house :'
be l.the Ken. to I Sash Lights; a very pleasant and convenient j ;
i i.inlcil; dettrFutl' ... . ] ,1"I'tl sit "f very white mid regular; tn th. and 'now"hlJl'lI: were in frequent requi 4Jt.flM3sw Office below Stairs," c-tc. ; : I;

--sion Tin1 1'ummis.iun: has (, .. . :: 1,111 "llh If I ha,1'h teeth as Mrs. sition.Meipm, I ITOIH England they paned into ,I. ",j
lit in T ;tIIthl'itc to he lilill Bates," xnd Mr>-, Spi f"I'r, throw;; i.p :
hake- {rlrnLee ;?; out of the clamber window ; Trance, where the first to put them up .

I tile- |>KII, 1"\|. of the i'ail-i I 117.'JO.Marion !) her hands dramitieally" 'I'd not ask ,,, sine people ve-nture-el to explore was Marshal! de barge nt his newhouse '.

,1'\' <'an at Mnntmirtrc'
1.4..111 . . . L dtt;::: l I.IIIlt1.y "TluHf!' ns white as! her unblcniIshed ( Speaking of; .
i ,in-i'. mu.t take inlet Xv\l I'uiy, Mas-., \\':ms P.I.UD.J his neli this; Llhter In leXi': !) writes In his "Jour- .
. . . oj 1'Ia'll'': soul:" r\laiud! iJMvnt. I I i
to 1 whim lue-el 1 three miles
'I I lleit Illllv I t1' eilll I'I'S'"s a lady !'; 3 hey to Paris: "We had the,good for- ,
': | in 1 Li I 11'1'1.\0 . . .. Oi.l1I; "If I wire a man and had a ladylove! awayand had not seen her fur a week : : jvsvzces ,, lune here to find the marshal himself.! t
People gieruthe
ie a
) ; )IalliOtlll11111.4 . . ] .:;i.'IIIIII with such let th. I would never rest tillI after the storm. 'fittate! of thmss He showed us his great sash windows, ,
i lights of the had of them for I'd
\ . ... -10 IoooO! one n l'I"'I.salf''ar ('oultllJ"lonl'rlf! enduie-el, n mid. h a untl how easily they! might be lifted up and ,'
; n'i' 'rests ini ht In' it rest heart." i .
w (
: my
; l
iIg his smjvhiH's he the
Ii70.nil(; went over down and stood at any height, which :
'ie! isioji hirhtlie Vincrnt made no reply but the nest
hills to enter her house he had Ithis
.Moiintc contrivance, he said\ he had out ofKndanJ
.JUiil 1 :
time he was left aio'ie with Mrs. Bates I "
;nl make. ; of
own-by way a chamber vvinel ITII-DINO A 1.OID. by small model brought on

'.:al'iI.\- est.ih-; \ Nassau 4KSHI'e I 1 he entered into rapture upon what he ..\\'. As he was the first person the I con\icte purpose from thence there being lIoth.'t'.-
of misdemeanorsonly
/11'a\ne . . . i:1C:; ;.:'11 called "iieail creseuits" iiifaninj her 1 family had seen since the storm his prisoners
1 II in a iiu'ie1i ; I may be assigned to work on the ing of this poise in windows in France ;
,, O I'\'lIla . . . :;:!..Iltl1't upper and under rows of teeth asking v-i"it"as highly; apiirichted.The before."-Ixjndon Standard. .1 I
roads and fur thee the sentence
..iT'iitlie it public ,
i "ti" her to Mm little tooth from I
!>o..o . . . :::!:UU; give one an r
',' : ", :MI:, : :i ,, !if in ihat !I" uneiposed place. The widow demurred I .r.'l"rlnlt Irl.Youltg not usually exceed a year, which, J I :
!k How Rater
\ 1 I"" !:.' Com. titi tall spoke of the dreadful pain she i eels in passiig i : up n river when the costs sire addint, Illl'loe thereby It used to puzzle all Frerzpn.thinking people? T". j
extended in ,
lili'i.lio I ; to nearly two years extreme -
would the fart that the tmith
-- )h suffer show the most: extraordinary
i i MII a |1'1'1'1'1"- perseverance why ponds and rivers do not freeze be'I;
::t. .Johns 4."i: ,;..SOSanta I) woultlllcn'r lIain-in made eases In Alabama in a few .
brow fact In all obstructions.
:' 1 i' i .I I ,i i jJ I "It.ttu .1 I.. a mie oncoming cas"'s, all nbleboelied male yond a ctrtain depth.. This depends on : I In
: ; KOS.I: :; r.ti.2oSuniicr ; ; every excuse In reason and bejoiid rea The large flood pates-sometimes fifteen pri'onersvhose most curious fact
-namely, that water
: ," ,Hi'HH: I |!:' llUlsf IM' terms of sentence do not exceed
', : :!!)(',. |iiSiiwatinee 'un-hut Herbert pleaded. and whined feet In b\'lht-f.n the Thames Is at Its heaviest when it reaches
-' '" to'l'1hll' two IK assigned to work on
near years may
: Clt'.10T.uleif : : and threatiu till at last 111''ur..1 a might; be supposed utheient to bar the roads. Carolina 10 degrees P.-that is, 8 degrees above '
the In t'outh
i." ., rl beshiiu'n that I>romse that he should have his! heart's progress' of a fish the size of a darnlnffnecelle. public freezing On
)point a frosty night as t'
:!: I.'III this limit is extended to live and /
..: 'I Wolll.J) \ |III' ]paid l desire. A few days later he called on Hut young eels' have a wholesome .'- : years each top layer of water falls to 40 degrees .
\\I IIsit . . . ili.tI: in North Carolina to ten jears !
'' Mrs. Bates and reeelviil the tooth Idea tint nothing them
-'I'i X"ii \\ill inoir ilia n can stop it sinks to the bottom; therefore J 1

.>' ..I'( tipcral'mn; it \Vakulla :M.:' > wrapped L'l a lilt of white scented tispue and in consequence nothing does. TIll experience In North Carolina the whole pond has to drop to 40 degrees -
the ten has shown
111111 r.i.iiiWasiin.uii ; The widow showed him the S l of the in which ascend during past years
1 :t paper. lM'akins way they before any of it can freeze. At "
!I"' 1".Iit-.r of the bodied ..
| that all the able male prisonerswhose
d I : ) ."o III. ii Fjxt I..ft'II'lUt, uhtnupou he ga th'l tlood pates and other barriers one last It is all coded to this point, and I '
\\euild have of do exceed
ur terms sentence not
ered her In his amis.The writer says: "Those which die stick to I then ice begins to form. But ice Is a ; .

0' '.* 'I" IN* establish. -" next time Ylnennt nut Mr :Cpi; the post; others which pet a little higher ten years may be- suece-ssfully employed bad conductor of beat thereforeIt "
Tf'al! I . . ?;:!II, t i'.11); at till eirdmary work of highway very ; .
.I! mile all a half cir, while ho was leaning over to pickup meet with the same fate, until nt shuts off the freezing air from the I"'
.\Ioo\'(' ainrlioniiie'iit| | diode: 1 lat of theta is foruie-d v\hi 'henibles llJl'rll\'IIII'Ut. JlJtiy such prisoners indifferent
1'1. whc'm-veT I the her handkenhlef sincaught: frighteif a layer < big; holy of comparatively warm

'" .!'liiv' shim| \' ('niito this thii-el laof re-l.niai-v., I'.MI' :}. a delicate gold; ] chain which hid IM>-1 the rest to overcome the ditli- southern stays whose termsif ter unilerne'atli. The thicker it wa"I'
ihosi VV.M. x. :SIIIJATS.State : ernie etitapgUd! In the ei,! button at culty of the passage sentei.ce lange: ; IIl't W.'l'1I one and ten the more perfectly docs it act as a Ii

at ; :Siiperinte'iiile'iit! of Public the back of his neek. She I.ul'Ite I "The mortality resultincr from such jears are LOW cmplnje-d miler cither great coat, and that is why even the ,
j i r.IIIil 4 that it I Ini "fe>rorn IIOIK-S" greatly helps to account the! lease or contract system or under
) was wearing the tooth.ISeferer Arctic occ'an never freezes liejonel a
Ilist rnelliiii.l'scap
1 Ii |ioi.-v| lie ad for the difference In the number of state control and are wcirking on
: the dose of the social season few feet ia thickness.Marine Jour- 9
I faims l'i laiivs: and faetones. All i
"'?missiein it would) Mrs. spictr gave a cotilKm party at young eels on their upward migration er nal.

.1 i ;1:1 I'eat mi'tease in 'd an A\\lul Farr which Mr. Vincent Mis. I'.ates and I I I and that of those which return downstream e.f these might be emjilijed' in Improving ;

f "|' -l'iiilir a lailoiiM Mr. H. II:t; ms of Melbourn, Fla. Mist ,\1lt") were prtMiit. Mr. \incint in the autumn. In some places the public h: hwI"s. The expense An Attack of Pneumonia Warded CIf. : i

\ \\ havea writes : '-My doctor told: me I hadCou"amption was IH\'what troiibliMl. nt the presinceof I these baby eels are much sought after enta'hd! would met IH- grant, the clilll- "Home time ago my daughter t '
and fornuil into cakes, which are cultii's which seem to FIlnlln the way
are .
the two weinifii\ who held\ the ehuf Hhe -
and nothinir could he m caught a severe cold. complained
IIi' IIY illep't'a.ilag fried."London btandard. would disalnar in practi'raud the re- '
clone f"r me. I was given up tei die. )pi"t! In his heart: ; !hut, as Usual, till"whtlw ; of pains in her chest had a

ill: i n \\ould mean!! :\ TIN! otter of a free trial! b mlp tlf Ir.Kind's I by superior "push." earned the suit would be of incalculable benclit In bad cough.' I gave her Chamber

.' fie-L'ht::: Mhe-elnle: New Discovery for Coniimption et rtiitig; : and secured her admin r for a Il\l>lnlnlnK Iii", 1'rti.ence.A hilpiiig along Indi'stiial ai,J educational lain's Cough Remedy according to

I'M: I i iinome-nie'iiee induced me to try it. Keults parts. Miss Abbe-y, seeing him earrie young lady who had been pouringtea dcvcliipnu in each eif these states. directions aud in two days she was

-tartlin at a function in a suburban town, As a rule It his not bcn found school. I
all alonjj I thei.iseil were ? I a'n now on the - |1"1'| ; r'ul to recovery and owo all to Ir.King's her v ,'\atlou, then Liced alioutandairepted having: toward the end of the affair e'e-onom'cal to work convicts em the have used this remedy in my family .j
,' f
ilanpr;: o New Discovery. It !surely: for naxk looking become somewhat fatigued Fat downIn pubic'! rind when the squael consisted! for the past seven years and have 'J s

.1. tl 1 1'.tins tnjietli.'? saved my life." This great cure 15stiuranteed a pirtnera, a quiet corner of the room where of \less than eight or ten men. It is never known it to fail," says James I

--:'HI iloe's n-'t fe'i'ldo'itinu ) for all thro'it and lung jnnn:: man who hlln>kcd Iii r.Mrs. she witnessed the following Incident: customary to have one guard for each Prendergast, merchant. Annato Kay, -
disease* by \\\ A. DAlfnibertP, 121: Spice-r made a list of the liirurcsin Jamaica: West India Island The ,
in and made his fifteen and of this
A man came ten or man course
a )policyi South P.ilafeistreet. Price 503; and tl.e\ dune which she give to the jeiui'i pains in the chest indicated an approaching -

i |>roiliiee the-se: 1t'r -- $1.00. Trial bottle free.Ilnrnnnt It'ukr. This was oi.e of them: A lady way to the hostess, greeting her and one guard would be neevssiry even attack of pneumonia,

p-- -- fljKilocIzini/ for his lateness."Awfully were there only one or two men In the
i much ilit-\ would would place an ivory bit in the mouthof which in tin instance was un-

iiiindate' tall Loped to I'1..r Children. another lady ami with a pair of glad to see you. Sir. squad. In addition to the guards, there! doubtedly warded otf by Chimber- -:

)jicojde') What pleased 1'. T. 15111111 mostas fane\\' reins drhe her to the ;:ei.ikmanwith : Blank" said the hoste-ss. "So: gets! of Is buperlntenele'iit t be work; lain's Cough Remedy. It counter- J 1.1..'i

: -" The iK-tilion is : he procennle'd to the full unlll'r tantl. whom she was to elimv the tu- joii to come, and all the way from consequently this work is carrlt1111 acts any tendency of a cold toward 01. .j

'! devising New York too. But where Is the road forceor Hold by all druggists
Ii:; of his oflie-e and vocation was ur,-. .\ number tIC ladies hal been thus jour most! cUciently when pneumonia. \;

mitheiels to interest the children. driven'vhen the hostess apptan-d before brother?" camp contains (ruin thirty to tiny and medicine___-dealers.VALUABLE u -- .__ .:,

'da Cast: Coast Kail: Their frank and vocally espresseel'e'asure.theT )Ir". I'.ates and, placing the bit "I am commissioned to tender his men. When the number of convictsto ;

frolicsome, keen eyed deLight reprcts. You Ee-e, we nre so busyjust be c-mploje-d on the roads in uny t
her' CITY
I. in the matter efat between her teeth, drove once 't
; in visiting his museum, menagerie then befeireMr now that It was Impossible fur both of county Is more than fifty or sixty It s _
around the !stopped
> I : and show were more to him than to he us to pet away, and so we tossed up to has been found letter to divide the -- 'p-. t.
Heibe-rt \ ul'l'nt. Just as wasalniiit "
III" I 1 Cei.nmisMon h.neivled : Caesar was the applause of millions.A see which of us should come." force Into two Miuaels or camps, each ;:
.' : ):'::e> and! Cocoa; certain writer: has sail "I'.etteT l be to put hN ri-'ht arm al mt his "How nice! Such an original; idea! ba\'Illits/ own local superintendent[ Of the large number of lots recently !

> of ascertaininc: the driven out from among men than to lie iwutur Mr''. Spicir gave: terrific motion jerkon And you: won." and puanls.It purchashed by Mr O. M. Pryor i; \ '.
the rums; with a snviii.r: ..
5 ;' haiiillin;': freight; at diMike-el by ('hiJ
who got farthest away from the forceof "I I"st"cwrerk Times.A tern of riiadbuiMing that it offers too I chasers! many have been sold but ;' ;
'r that the There was a shriek, and a
'o.uo.1 ate inadc'- that possible mile-diction was I1. T. double! set of false teeth fell on thefloor. many eipportumtles! fur the escape of some of the choicest are still held by 1.t

lUrnum. He not only arranged spectacles Cure For Lumbago. prisoners., Experience In many "'JUIl"IIcs : i

1 iii-e-ds elf the 1'01,11'"jnn to thrill his child patrons and to however, has shown that the average him.He
Mr. nl'eLtII n true cavnl'eT. The W. Va. will sell to actual settlers on .
Williams, of Amherst, ,
and) the t Florida till thorn with hilarious annual! e-capes amount to less than
awesome or
teeth had scarcely touched the floor! says: : "For more than a year I suffered mot favorable terms, a? he is determined +t t'
"' Railway Conijiaiiyi" wonder, but he fixed days and prices -' per (cent and the few who do escapeare build this
\\'lll'uhe dre>ppeil his handkerchief overtht from lumbago.; I finally tried to UE property. ?1
'I led : to meet their convenience and their usually recaptured within a day _
tei file
\ Chamberlain's -
pri a 'Ill, picked it up with the teeth, nail Pain Balm and it -- -- '
- '1.11 ion and mote ability to pay for tickets.-Jotl Bentonin before any one but himself and one e>r gave me entire relief, which all or two TO CUKE A COLD IV O.NK HAY ,
A comparison of the figures! given\ ,
,. Century. other remedies had failed to do.
mi1 Ihl'I"t' of ihe: jiat- two immediate bystanders had seen Take HromoQulnlneTablets.! AH ,
for hired labor
Sold by all druggists and medicine with similar: figures
1' ii'.id at Cticoa with- The Saving of a Few cents on a bottle what had happened he !sailed: away dealers. shows that the cost of convict labor in cure.druggists E. W.refund Grove's the(signature money It It It on tails lacl1 to i'! \i 1

with Mrs. Hatl's.Ct '' aix de'lay. of Vanilla Extract will not atone for several states ranges from one-third to box. 20c.: t f :
the annoyance of having desert circling the room he paused before the> Do yea want a magnificent watch ,
r of the Kailnuil Com- one-half that of the hired labor employed -
that i is "just a little oil" in flavor. doorway and leading his partner into for little money? If so, call oc
roads in those
the :State of on the public
J'loriela, Always buy BUrItt's.Hot of the staircase! ff PORTLAND CEMENT at
the hal at the fat Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate and Georgia
In the two Carolinas
', .u their IIf1it'l' in the city handed her the teeth, still Inclosed in #2.50 per barrel. A V. CLCBBS,
Chocolate with yon.Goldring's where the road work is carried on
.I .MI'leniela, this the! the handkerchief. Catching at them, with the cost of maIn- Corner Bru and Garden Btreets. 'f
Whipped Cream at Solo No. 3 saloon at the great efficiency
': 1\.1'l'lIal'\' hurried to thentlit's' { .
Iflll: she turned and sway .
... taining and guarding the convicts at
. mon's. Union depot, since its opening has // you want your office :
,1 !:I'l"rC'IIX It. URMVM; :: :. : robing; room. work on the public roads ranges: In
\, I1I'rlol'rt"In'ent and Mrs. Spk-er become, noted as the place to find furnished go to Marston fy : J.f
Chairman.'Miaranteeel We are the only furniture many counties from 20 to 30 cents per : :

: III X.eer4tary. dealers in the who were not again on speaking: terms that the best and purest brands of liquorsto convict per day and is even considerably Quina's. They have an elegant t, t'

city carry 'ason. lIe bitterly condemned her be found in the city. You will less than the cost of feeding them In 0 .
; line of roll top desks 1
: a complete line of china for her ungracious act, though; the receive polite attention and be made the county jail f' I

l Cure- : te>;-Files cases and sideboards. We lady went about with a self !satisfiedair : welcome. Morning: and evening the prisonersare and office chairs't, t '

-, Wind needing as though she had accomplished a marched along the road from and .... tp
or Protruding sell them fur cash t'
or on
'ir druggist will refund your great feat. Vincent's next call upon Foiey's Kidney Cure to their temporary quarters, which consist Hot French Waffles with #

lf.i'\/o O1NTME\T tails to cure easy payments. Marston $. Mrs. Dates was fraught with *mbarrassrpent. i usually of either heavy, large tents Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. 1 '. f' t
'I l
ats I Ue..j\as eo considerate as makes 1 kidfltys and bladder Hs&ti J '
Oaina. : wheels .
portable houses! on! .or structures \ :TJ j I It


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Man Tracker lIe ha.o .
Where Doe. It Hide Dmrinx the Molt. jU nn-Acearatr
:\ EQDal.
J.g 5U9.t
are: caused by an unhealthy condition of the kidneys neglected, has
As a trailer the Colorado Apache
and be It la during the months of August
can absolutelyCURED
and September that the mystery of no equal He losesst's the acute In-

the woodcock's life begins. This Is stiuct of the i-ombined with an Lr.iijgT!

the molting season when the bird accurate pease of vision. A turned ,

by taking the only recognized cure for all forms of kidney disease.WARNER'S changes its plumage before beginning leaf a flee.:: of gravel cast a<:it1o. tl.<-

its journey bouthward. At this time It diopltt't'lut'llt a pebble from its bedall -
leaves the swamps. Where does It are clear readable pages.They .

? That Is a which baa ask few if any particulars of
question never Children.
go for infants and
Dr. C. F. P. BmnntORE Jfo. E7S Hantin ton Avemio. Boston. JIa s., says: "In my
..rork on gynerulo)'y I flat there is nothing as beneficial Warner's Safe Curl!. It punflwtlwkuini'ysamidrmiout yet received a satisfactory answer, the man they are to follow. They will.

tlm )Klinn from ths fueten. It givps support to wdinpn although each sportsman and natural as they progress on his track gather Tlic Kind you Have Always Bought has bortic the fooi- t1a..

And Cure cures, because the various 1 know disi it u'ascs a! great with medicine.v liirh they" are atlli tetL I au a loyal indorsur of ijafu ist has his own opinion and many fine up for themselves one by one little hire of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under hu j

spun thwjrlos have been advanced. items us! to his personality; v.hleli are

IF IN DOUBT MAKE THIS SIMPLE! TEST: Some say that the birds more towardthe nearly always verified in the end. personal to deceive supervision you in this.for over Counterfeits 30 years., Imitations Allow no 4)11,,

Put urine in liottle i is north some that they seek the \Vlipn following a trail over the iron aiil""are
some morning a rlafa or let it stind 24 hours; if then it cloudy,
S or ban a brick dust Etxlimeii*. (>r 1"1 irt teles float in it, your ki.luevs are di....a. d, and if ni;>t mountain tops coming into the swampsto capped rocks and stony arroyas of Ari but Experiments, anti endanger the

attended to at once, your life will be cut off: wiin'Bnjht's; di-co.-?, diabetes, uric acid feed only after nightfall; some that zona. his face is a picture of intense health of .Children-Experience against Experiment.

:,b poiso or other cow plications.ANALYSIS they seek the cornfields and there concentration. Xot a syllable escapes
The Kind You Have
FREE have been many other such theories.Probably him. His pace varies' from no visible Always Bought

If, after you hive ma-lo this! test, you have the truth lies In a mean of cause At times he almost runs; then. 1 Bears the Signature of
. any t in your mm'I as to the development all these statements. I think It prob- with a rapid glance behind he glide

tif the diita--e in your syrttru, semi aBa able that the birds know the loss of along slowly and with eyes glued to
:jj,le of your urine to the Medical Department -
-c \Varui-r's Sife Cure Co., Rochester, N. their feathers renders them to a certain the ground possibly for hours. Here

Y., and our doctors will analyze it ansi scn.l extent helpless and more exposedto and there may be a few stretches of

you a report with a.Irioe free cf charjro yon.tosothiT the ojttavka of their natural enemies, sand but dry sand leaves after the
ith valuable book all
\> a describing
disea..ts of the Li'luevs, liver bladder and and they therefore! leave the more open footstep only an indentation closing .

AI bin 1, and treatment for each itTse.AH swamps and hide In the densest and after the pressure so that to the inexperienced

letters from women.rerxlan lanswerebv most tangled! thickets. It Is certain eje it might! 11:1111'11 a In Use For Over 30 Years.T" .

a woman dix-tor. All correspondence in that they scatter for at this season horse iimio
strictot confi enl(!. or .1 that mad" it and not nman. T" GmPNY TT ."on UTICT. NIW.0..* CuT
single birds! are found in the most -- .
un- ian -
Trailing Human
Pr. Lo Yom., of floer3 Par, :Tl, .
_ "I 1.:10 jirevnU-l \ ,' aj.'a faro fcr u;;tml and wwtpvetvd places nioodhouuda" in Outing. -- -.

_ (Ji..':!>oes of the Li '.m"'!', liver nn i bLid \r, Years ago when shooting In Dutch- R = : :

and n"i Trill j !distil w ah the ri: S it drives ciut t:.e d'iio Ffrius: it inlli:... T"'if hI COmPANYj
S niiilsh--jKritlwn-: : ? ile. I-in y e.iimuti fwamps, which we callrti molting; "The trick cigar has its: counterpartin

: .SS 'niitiit:.otn'rn! !' a :,:teriref 'r'i "a'rs: swamps' where In August we were I confectionery." said: a candy manufacturer \\ '
of the ki'ncvs 0:11 1 la.l 1 styii T"i "' \ l\ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS (K
S r p'; :l"nVseaso sure to End a limited number of birds. I the other day. "The callow \' \ ..
I daft! .i uiiMit;, aIi-to1esniu _.
u': oi, These -'
'i with a
!I"allll's"l'n" overgrown youth who delights; in giving = =
uric LciJ jvo.'>'1." ; explosive
: % rank marsh grass and were full of cigars to his men friends demands ; : LUMBER LATHS
now Jltr.nv a f'llovriJTors uctold T'TT' .
poor ,
; -I II'! 1117 T.itU: "j I'j in tie I Ki\ ,u auls'.vellin' patches (,r will rif!t? and sTcctbrier.. .xomi'tliing similar for tIme randy consuming ,

____ILr f 2 : ::; in his h n1 *, and & s in t get at If we killed the binis! which we found sex, and we have to meet the / j' SAVED CIFBESSSeiH6lESifliiErciaPENPACOI.A.
the seat of tIA tr..u! It, tlm k.a-i. ', ;! 1X.It'w there we were sure In a week or ten demand. : !
ki.lutw Till tuif ,, kj'rojierly :
MtVy ju.r.Vriii vv
r days to find their places) filled by aboutth'
hat yi/.i ,,ill La n no::;'Jut, rbpUl.ilti "The potabilities of a cream chocolate --- -- :,:- FLA
1 "m, tlhln-ti", rrUbt's iti ,same number.: -Outing. of
*a.j, pail-stones., or a piece nougat are limited
V iuilamruat: i<'ii('I the blai'dcr,(ezi.n,sci I but we have a few contrivances.Ve I.
or liver coinpVint! r.ll of u L:' h at o(,.:u' i!I vilLsL'u. SOME WRITERS.
_ J Li.laojs. Io not n, ?',- t y',ur kulneysif make of a very hard candy an imitation -

: you Illn e any of tm-se 'Ilrli..r.tins, Bri't Ilarfe: was a pi-cxl deal} of a re- of a tooth with a gold crown and COAL AftiD WtJQD.WE
; but take\\ anu 1'VKafj; Cure, it "ill cure ytn.nrntr hide It in a cream chocolate. You can .
eliL>o, in that r.'>:pcct re-pinl.lim Hawthorne -
\\ : H 1:0 t're h p'rd: vccaLc! :11111
imagine the rl'st-:1 party of women EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH 1.J OER
contains no narmi or h rill I ul rugs. It isf'.tj more than any other man of TRADFTHIS
, Ut fruni sfdiniciit an.l K pli>ubant t<.take;it letters. munching candy, one of them discovering -
ii JM notcoiotip) killtlioclisea: : .e perms.Waniir's something Lard and finding a gold WINTER THAN EVEif rEF( HE
HuxtiT, 't is fiaiJ. k< >t the inannccriit -
S ife ( uro h-is b i-n pn-orrilivil aniljiseii 'i
crowned 1
tooth loose in her mouth!
"j j': by li'adin:{d (.t" ,! f>r over .yeaN.,aii'I :; of the aint's Everlasting llot.t" S END US YOUR ORDERS NCW
"Similarly we imitate a bone collar
is u-vl iu
- la.uiy pi-oiuiueiit Lijitals ei.-
i. $ I in his linmls for thirteen years, revising -
cliiivt'ly.Warner's. button in a Lard white candy, hide a
t ;i i Safe Cur is n hat you! >('tt. You ; and cumleuting. candy shoe button in a piece of nougat, Thompson Olsen &: C ?
h can buy it nt anv d'-ug! stnro or dii-ctt, tvio Clllllll'r is salt to have written "The .
1m! regular si/us, ill i-i-uu and *1 a boltk'. Spy" in loss than six mouths. Most of put a bit of wrk in a caramel or till acandied
cherry with led So Manresa Street
I Refuse Substitutes and Imitations his stoiii's. Were founded on legendswell pepper. ,_Telephone, 7. _
; long as the sanity experts don't weed = ---_ _. .
There i is none "just a31.I" Warner's. \ known in his neighborhood.
J I? \S In-ist ('II tlm genuine, wliicli always (.ur..... Longfellow turned out about one out these alleged jokers the candy man ESTABLISHED 1863.McKENZIEOERTING.
L' m Kulistitute>,cuntaiu h.u1ntull1ru"'s. Vv hich in- has' to put up these trick candies for
I : juretliesyst.ein. volume of lupins a year for many them."-New York Times.

I Beware of ao-called kidney cures, hich years. Neatly four years were required: & CO.
' ; I :: are full of sediment and of bad odor-they for his translation of "Dante." ,
Anclciil Hale For Carrlng.
: .Ite are positively harmful and do not cure.WARNER'S The first volume of i>oems by Alfred o DEALERS 11> 0
Our ancestors fully recognized the
I !
illI 1.1 zz: S4FB PILLS move the Tennyson came: out when lie was twen
!: :: bowels gently and aid a speedy cure. value of good carving, and many were

1. ; -- .. ty-four.Memorial lie was from forty-one tie when "In the rules' by which a carver was ox- Ship Chandlery and General! hardware
came press.
' peited to be ;governed.: The ancient
11i DOWN IN A SALT MINE$ MILITARY "DISPLAY. Thomas Moore often wrote a short "Pioke of Kcrvyng," among other 008 AND 805 8. PALAFOX STltEI<;T.u .

almost impromjitu. lie consumed u _
pt"'UI things admonishes him to touch venisononly -AGENCY

i it l !
t Mont Ue St Anide.It Iftrk Hotel. matt-rial for "I.alla llookh" and fyihe Ili ch. iKH-ste ner fowle more GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU MEL SON'S PUMPH.

;; Is only the elect among travelers There Is no better place to mark the twowirs more in writing that inimitable than two and thumlM" ringers

.I!I who find tlx-ir way to liercbtespadej. Increasing Live of military display and poeui. he was fyngers naturally a obliged to u...e- i Sum Ccriiji Piliii/ Oils, listlet! listraoiDti! Chris liekin HiluCXJMFAHHI8

! in havana, not very far from :Salzburg : LOGS, ITO.
uiaiieu\crs: than the lobby of a larsehold. : since forks were a luxury of later ..blt.I
f:1. writes it rn'spulutl'ut of the The colored hdp in Particular One Brick !ioltort.I and were not in private use. until James I i C. McKenzie Oertinjf Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso

M Lomlon Taller. If you hive In a carriage are great Midlers. In one of the Broadway -I I IV.rhiinl: Hunt, the architect used I.'s reign. Tiers <;a\eston. the fau>rite 1, ciation.

i from thence by road, you are hottl- uptown the colored hail : to relate that in his younger days, of Kdward II., had three silver .

! etojipcd niKhvay at a customs house men are changid at noon. Things were while sup''rvlsins the erection of a forks for eating pears but thn was re-1! THE GARDEN SECTIONOro :

I .j aud tintl joitrsflf: leaving: Austrian i .-- ijulet in the lobby nt that hotel today, brick building a recent arrival from garded, no doubt, as a great and spu-1
, I rltory fr rian. -rchtcspraileii is Cork :1'pli'd' for and i i
: job
for the derks and bookkeepers were a was employed <: luxury. .
I I(. beautifr.Ily situated and it bus t
two deep in their books anil the loungers as a hodcarrur after being; instructed ,

{: .i noteworthy atlr.u-tioiis, u.e of them were all sitting peacefully on the so- that he must always carry up COSSnl"\TIO .

! the Kotii;';scf, thought by many the ,j I fas when the steady tramp, tramp of fomtceii bricks In'his LM!. One mornIng IFensacola Florida.
" most I'tMiilit'ul l laUe in the und Every civilized person u"es snap .
. I what sounded like a regiment of infantry the supply of bricks ran out and I I
1! the other the! salt A bit to the I broke the stilliu-ss. do his lte t. the new man could find i and water to wah off the accumulation Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
iL 1 .I of dirt and filth from their body,
salt mines '
S gives diu an c\cUiii'4 hour. but thirteen to in his hod. In
I The rejrimeut: consisted of six colored put an- but how many suiferersof constipation -
: Manytor.nsts! take tickets at the t"l, hallnien in blue and brass, with Mvir to a 1,md jtll from the street one I think abont the! accumulationof [
I but many( the fairl'X are deterred of the masons on the sixth ; Beautiful Lots for Sale.
an especially resj lendent mulatto in amore story filth within their body, which i iI Ni
)ii from IIMPR them when they !see the fjowous uuifoim walking at the'd down: i a hundred times more detrimentalto

the \isit. lu other words, they ha\e tonbanduii Yolk corresi:
thins and :ul"iit a special Gazette. He Iliad his six men in front Pat pointing to his hod "to make me parses into the bowel, which are -

'I 'riB out." One may frequently obsre ot"a bench, before the dis>k, looked number gU'.ll-X'w: York Times.1oi. 'I the natural sewers of the human i Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful Vieic1ffjc1
fi flint ladies: torn between what they -ystem. If here this waste is ul-
consider and them over sharply to see that they lowei: to accumulate the warmth of Dry Fertile Lands.
, modesty curiosity po twoor were "t'yts front" and hissed "Attention CiiullouH. i I I"I the body soon sets up fermentation _
t three times to the mines before
they !" Then as he cLipptd his hands r have the confidence in :
c greatest j and decomposition, gasses are form-
, l 1 screw up their emirate suilU-iently to once the six men hinged thl'lrs simultaneous Dr. Slucutn as a physician" Raid one I ed which are carried into the blood The grandest: opportunity for investment ever

: g thou Mie a ii ire and pay the \isit. )- and drooped into their of the doctor's patients.: "He never and circulated through the wholesystem I offered in Pensacola.

The necessity fir women t.) abandon scats like a row of wooden soldiers. gives an opinion till he has waited and and diseise is the inevitable I

:1' the usual pmiiPiit arises: from the fact The mulatto wiped his Iruwith weighed a case and looked at it from res U It. Home Seekers Should See These Lots

: that a i 10lrlioll of the mine can only bevisited ; perfumed handkerchief, glanced; e\'ry sidf." The best remedy for con=tipationis

r t through; the medium of a kind at the head clerk for apiro\al and as 'el1l.m: said the skeptical! fricud."That's HKPATIUUKA, btcause it moves
of slide. This !slide is, ho"ever, the the bowels easily and naturally -V.Clubbs
tire first man re.spondeil with a jerk to I all right I if you don't carry it without irritation sick
r ; best in griping or .
thin tbl'11.JIL'
? \1,1t. It is a the of "'Trout: tllfar.. Th-re have been times
' cry : went to the main you ening. It gives strength and toneto
:.J great Utter than tolMijrgauin; doorway to look at till' sunlight: (,f know when he's been so cautious that the liver and eventually cures. Corner Garden and Bru Streets

: and. :IS11,( is in the dark: and with I'.roadway with the air of a biiccessfulmaj. his diagnosis has come near getting: Hold by all druggists I -
S only a candle f.istcncd to one's dress. .__ j
r jreneral. The whole performance mixed up with the postmortem. BKENT, ,
K.O. Wit: II
KNOWLKH W K. 1iY1R.JR., J. H, KEKHKPreildent.
t it is little
not a exciting. E. W. PEAKE
was excruciatingly! funny but I Youth's Companion. Vlce-Frntldont. Cainler. Aii't Catnltr
; The straise: incident in the trip is nm sure that mulatto would have committed -
l that of the illumination of what is Electrical contractor and builder,
J. as ault and battery on any one \ WarllillI'rum the (It ltl. I I
called "the salt Like." You are rowed will do electrical work in first-
who dared your
to laugh.; A thn'l" I'lN.lltllittll' girl was taughtto I
across this! Like In almost: absolute class style and at rp8sol1'\blo ratea. First National Bank
('IIIl' her evening pra)I'r during the
.J. darkness the illumination 1Ming provided I He can be found at 30 :South Palafox
T TheVa' liiett.Trees temj-orary absence of her father with
by n number of miners' Limps street. Phone 203.:
affoul the birthplace, and cru- I ":IIltl,1"llst' uatih over my papa." Itsound'd --- ,
round the lake, and the journey has avery ,
fr dIe of the was iasect! scientitieal'.y. ery s\\ ('("t. but the mother's! I Ii OF PENSACOLA. FLA.nian.i30Tor8.oi .
considerable weirdness. The nest
: I i i TryGunther'sCandiesat
called COSMIS pela. In the early spring' amiiM'inont' may le intagimicilhen she
liest experiemv In the trip is the
the bark of the IH>U;:!IS and twigs becomes -: 1I11d,1.wt joii letter keep an eye onI Solomon's.CARPENTRY .
ride Into daylight; un the trucks. This I
;rm. is a Journey through;: absolute darkness coMrcd with brown i>ea shapedscales. I mamma t..o"- -- ;. dllnl'-. I I WM. H. KNOWLE3 W. A. BLOONT.: F. C. BRENT.. K. H VKR **

for a very ('l.n i''ra''h':1)' until finally which can be easily detached DelYitt'd AViiili Ilazl Snip.I D. G. BRENT,
S and which, when opened. reveal the I Illowery AND !
. : one sees a littl": leam of light;: in The only positive cure for blind I II

., the distance. .Altogether I haw maN, whose looking' nio>mass emeuts of can minute just 11 II Iedl.dl..1 !-(!I bleeding and itching and j ELECTRICAL WORK' ad Dtth tX A
n i
S car said,tide U'i\v and t'In the the boit toU.;journey:;:an slide: across, the by the naked eye. In May 'i pile.cnt burn, bruits. ('('za.1 j __ I rmilB ; n 1 ou&t& d ,

and June however, the scales are': ma and al: abrasion? 'f the "kin. Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone fifif),
if the salt Like the visitor: to the Ilerchtessaden : -
found to contain: a swarm of brown DeWitt's i* the onlv Witch! 1 i if vou hv any carp ntfr or elpctri- uiiin1: h.u pltuty fur his creatures with six lens;: and two an- salve that h made from the pure, j cal work you want well done. "-We draw our own Bills of Exchange: on Great Britain, lrtja; '

: money. I'.ut eurimivly enough he sees tennc each. SSotne of the scales II,..), ,'I unadulterated witch h/lz"l-all oth.ers I Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpaln, Belgium Jla !bla, J- >
!' wry little s-.ilt. At any late, the pre- counterfeit*. D \Vitt's Witch'
contain the white bag or cocoon of a ,, way, Hweden, Denmark and other European countries.
J'trnillait that one u.1 on one's breakfast : Hazel Halve i, made to cure-
small black beetle, which, I if left undistnrbed :, coun-j I Cleaning ladies skirts and walet
table is not at all in evidence.4n burrows into aud consumes' ; ; tprfeiU are made to .sell. HarrU: 1.;. is one of o-r !specialties. Htar Laun- I tVesseLs Disbursed upon the Moa Fatorcble Terms and seI! !

the scales.: The Chinese say tint this' Kahn.Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Kidney j I dry. Obligations Taken Payable at Port of etttiratlon Ten or Fifteen Dajl
i after Vessel Arrives there.
beetle eats the little wax insects and it i j -
Indl..o.I..n.Itf'rthaI I Ii"ari
I }nies! < it's trulii: to be a appears certainly the case that where 1KNKU.VL FKKNCII CHEIULF.Following : j O.4..STOn.X.A. IrS.fet,. Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection
1i3 Kri Have !
the parasite: is most abundant the the Mays Ciisjii
''I match U-twivn Maude and Charley.Constance I with which we hive a Priva partment for the Un
scales fetch a lower price in the market.Chawtiers' i the schedule of the I j jOTernment :&tun TirfZ4
11 So? I : of R.rntrn'i.DRUKINC'S.
iK-rtha-Yes. Maude today sjviko of Journal < steamer General French (/ A U

S LU MiiUerins as a slight; hesitancy in Boitou Plnrunlilon. i t tA i which THE NEWS prints for the i ii --- .
If want a nice to I PROFESSIONAL: CARDS
: t the ciuinelation of word HostonTranscript. comenlence: for the toilet table is!i jeneflt of the merchants who ship I you present giveto
;r: heir goods to the \ariou. a friend, go and look through the ,
.1 I a "Uoston pincu-hiou. It is a four i'I army j TRY
.. .' : U Inch cube of white satin, stiff only on, '''posts: ; : elegant line of suitable articles at NEW DISCOVERY :: W. C. ROWE, M. D.

t Leaves Pensacola_____ _. J, I. Stephens, surely can flndjomethin
I Frnm l.iinif Drawn Out.Piggs the bottom. The fin sides filled I IoOa. m. you
are 1 Leaves Harranras__....____. 7:508. m. ? to please you. If yon FOR THAT COLD. I Office: 17X 8. PaiaIox.Iionr.fromtoV5ls.m.and .
;: -Uoundir: is quite ilL cath with pins of some particular color ti ave Hick -DS ___T.. ..___ 1\,010 a. m. want in the Diamond
.t ;::cs-liuleeti: His wife naturally diamond Lcavti Karrancas,__" ?______ ":15 a. m.jfaves anything line TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. : 1 to I P a
i put in in star or ( shape. [ Peaoaoola..__....__..__10:13 a. m. be sure to see him before you buy. Cures
has grave fears about him, 1 ? Consumption.Coughs
S suppose | Arrives Barrancat 11:10 a. m. and thn j aol after 7 o'clock
, I IMsn:*-Ye!'. in fact. 1 think her fear? The ('00........:. I aantei a trip to Fort McKee and tten re- Colds Bronchiti Asthma '
: urns to rarrancB8. jfudgin's fife Best for 5c. ?, Phono cc;.
t .I 1tl'nd11'01111. the :1\.t'-EIeh:1ngl' To clean the coffeepot fill it with water -' L.f a..s Karrnncai.,,_,_.._.__. 1:!.> p. m. < I'
, put In a of l"ira\ and a !.rave-> t'1..kt-DS---. .... ._ _.. 1.Ii p. m PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
I!! Ltlavps \'I'oo"cola.... ..___ ._ 4:111 i I i
A woman I is not real old fashioned ? ? p.m.
pieve of Lnrd soap and set on the stove, *." >s Hlckf _... .-... ___ :15p.m. risy, LnGrippe, Hoarseness, I JOHN S. BEARD,
unless she makes a salve for neighborbood letting it [boil for half an hour. It will i Arrives HarrancAJ 5:39 p. m. and maktI CASTOR I Sore Throat Croup and
i :rlp to .lcRol" and ntorn I
no for cuts, bruises and burns.Atchlson .- i ATTORNEY-AT-LAT.
be a* bright as new ai.d Oiould: be sabi.iitted I
I On \\ For
Glol edae-days aud Saturdays: the Infant and Children Whoopirtj} Cough.
to this treatment frt n'.ently.r witwi'l: leave: Barrarcas va'PickMM > i I: Office-3ffJ Thiesen Uuildit

for Ptnacoln' at 6:3Qp.: m. i Iba Kind Ycu Haie Always 83gtBqsra NO CURE.Pric r:0 PAVe Office Hours-8:30 a. m. to I ,
The General French is for army 50c. and
-- .'. .-, '. 1"7.I I will repair watct! ... i 1
your : I
J JTam i- ----4 i la all stats and federal
..... sa every i sve a pas from the quartermasterS Practice ,
.'/ ni.ti )jewelry in flrst-claea J } entrusted wiil ''
Qrtsa ,'di C'w '. 1 take atyle. I All bu'ln"u to me
< ...>J' iox. 25c rafaaeoi; I 3 .;phEn8..N prompt aDd diligent attention

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-- A. Brave Life Barer and a Fearless Three Kanaka Went Down and Got ,1f
SAYS # t t., >.n
and Soccenfol Miaer. C Him While He Was /.ileep. :it 41

is a heavy curse' On June 30 1874, and June 18, 1878, "The Kanakas of the Hawaiian Islands c '
.A A light purse The make
congress provided for the award ot have about as much fear of the more we : I
Sickness makes a light purse. ,4 )
gold medals to brave women who risk huge sharks that infest the Hawaiian :

The LIVER is the seat of nine their lives by saving those of others 1' 1! waters as we have of oue-month-old The better they takeGrowing :' 1 !i 1

tenths of all disease. from the terrors of the sea. There were fox terrier pups," said a naval officer

silver medals also for instances where i3 who recently returned from the Asiatic better with ,l' ,t j.

life had been saved by extreme bravery station by wajof the islands. "One 1

but the first class was to be awarded morning a couple of months ago w'Lea every bakeUneeda- :
sPills I f
T Tuti's only when life had been saved with our shii was lying; in Honolulu barlior.a .,

extreme peril to the rescuer.In big banana barge propelled by three it

nearly thirty years only two of STORK muscular:; : fine looking, nearly nude #. t.

to the root of the whole mat thesegolJ medals have been awardedby Kanakas; pulled alongside of us to

go ter thoroughly, quickly safely I I the government, the first to Miss TIME peddle the fruit among the men for

and restore the action of the Ida Lewis who for more than twenty to most women is a term of ward. Just as they got the barge closeto L"j'B'I.SCU'I.Jt
I I has stood almost the peerless the ship the three Kanakas began to
LIVER to normal condition. years as anxiety, serious thought | .
: heroine America as the keeper of the And sweet anticipation.With jabber excitedly in their queer musical

Gi\e tone to the system and I Lime Rock light. Ten or eleven ;years the cessation of pain language and to feel of the edges of y

flesh to the body. later the second was earned by Mrs. necessary to childbirth, the knives suspended by lanyards ", ::1.4
solid ..
there calm around their necks. ..
i comes nerves, i
Edward White
Fred Smith (then Mrs. ), 1
and recuperation. "The of those Kanakas were
Substitute. eyes !
Take No whose rescue of three shipwreckedsailors :
keener than "urs, and they had seen abig i'1
at Copalis Wash., stands out as ', 1
MOTHER'S beneath the : .1
l shark asleep directly
the most desperately daring deed along 1' '-"I
g-flI.1.. lighter, the water being so clear down t
the I'acific coast : t :1.
''in-; to u writor In I11'llth.l\on- FRIEND that way that objects can be seen f.:
A The heroic deed for which Mrs. Martha tt
valuable uittlidne and has White was brought into prominence does diminish the pain accompanying through; it to a great depth.\ It didn't ( ..
It Is I excellent In most take those three muscled Kana-
: -1.< maternity. With its aid mothers and .
not only in the west but can In the In-er-seal
: throat :ltTI'<<:tiuns'allt! is often do bring healthy, sweet dispositione kas more than ten seconds to shuttle Package & l' r
: throughout the entire country, was performed -
:., .! ', jrn'at ln-ncfit in place of cod and ideal babies into the world. out of their few clothes. Then they J
Jan. 20, lbi)2. Through I
<<< hrasiiiLally there Ii a per :Morning sickness, sore breasts and excruciating removed the strings: from their long .' i'H j
own unaided efforts three of the crew 1
whom It din's not n;;ree, but pains caused by the gradually knives. urasjj'.Hl the knives in their .-

,;,11'| can It-am to u.v! it with -- expanding organs are relieved by thu right hands, stepped gently 0\('r the 5' Ii, !
: I penetrating and relaxing liniment. '
ri-Mllts. Children who haveMitrally Among the manifold aids to childbirth side of the lighter, hung; to the gunwales ...

,'Iitt-s ;: prefer it to I bT2 Mother's Friend has grown in popularity of the lighter with their left .. II

11"11I' is a laxative and fa-da I and gained a prestige among rich women hands for a moment or so. and then \ itmTIONAL

: :', 411MUS5 of the bladder and ; t as well as poor; it is found and welcomed altogether: they gave that queer diving BISCUIT COMPANY Th I I ,

,; i. 1111 ('-fll.'ut rt-mody. I in the mansion as well as ia the cabin. wriggle to their legs!: In which they are f&b: "I'i.I

.i i-li the same effect as wine I By lessening mother's agony of mind so expert and disappeared from the .;, S. .
I diiniaishingpain: a beautiful influence surface. We couldn't see them going :
,n ts, without their Injurious
-- -- -- -- '
I is wrought upon the child and instead. olpeevL.h down on account of the commotionand .J '
in mead and
-. d is uncqualed it\
and forms
,ill-tempered sickly you bubbles they made in
consequent t.
As external >pllii .1
liriuk-i. an ai
i have healthy,laughing humanity,remaining !
I is irritating: when clear, but to and its the water. t
1 a blessing;: ever you country. VAN PELT BROTHERS :
seconds after they >
about ten
: wlll'lI dilutiil. In many iilaivs I AH Druggists.eI1 Mothrr's Frirnd at Jl. O.Wnte "Within ::f ;
'i .,11 aiHTi-ciatt-d;; a remedy for I ____'4 for our free Book"Motherhood" disappeared: the bubbles that came to
fruitaciil I tilE BBAOFIELD BEGUUTOR CO.. Atlanta Ga the surface began to take on the hue GARDEN STREET GROCERS i' i
,.ml folds. Iii preserving : 1' ; ,
of blond.
- .
it contains makes III '
> "r.10:
:.. jTfM-rvatlve than sugar; sirup, merely rrum appearances, one would 'That about settles one Kanaka It Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of !, ;;
\ think that they \\ere designed; to servo not the whole three of them,' said we :
': :s also U I"III\ ('Ouklllg1ItI con t !
us s-howrooms for furniture and bric-a- on the gangway The nest thing we STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES {
.'s. Honey brae and fancy work and that the inmates saw was a gigantic shark thrashing '
.. mlil's do. .
roo as:1
; were only there on sufferance. the water crazily on the port side of Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacacics of the Season. 'i 1.1' .-'
I II ,b4 because they had to have some refuge the lighter and incarnadining the sea :

T11K REST LAX VT.IVE from the wind and weather and no within a radius of fifty feet with its Our Goods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the l. : i.-
other domicile could be found. Most blood. Then the three Kanakas came
not too good for you if your I I Perudale women treat their homes as storehouses up, all in a bunch like a trio of Jacks- Best, Freshest and Cheapest. : .1 .: !
novels are slavish.; THE BEST LAX'tTIVE of the British bark were rescued -
or museum", and the more In-the-box, with contented smiles on
is a medicine thatmoves the : from the beating surf while seventeen '
crowd into them the shark thrashed around 't'j
things they can their faces.
bowels easily and naturally, with- I other sailors perished within
at Irritation griping: or sickening i KO; yards from bhore.Three better they are pleased.! They preferto for five or ten minutes, and at the end '

ilfct. A medicine that strengthens: I times the brave woman have the things where they can IK of that time he was as dead as any TELEPHONE NO. 231. J* J* J* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. -I. :: }

ie muscles of the bowels and tones plunged Into the seething breakers at seen It possible, tint when no more salted mackerel in a barrel the entireleuirth

Mem: up to a point where they willrorm "pI'\ is left and not a corner is available of -htrn----. The three Kanakas had --- -- ---- -- ------ -- ----- ;
her and each
of life
the peril
the work as nature intended, for even a photograph or a chin tackled him altogether as he slept, had
time she brought ashore an unconscious -
without any assistance.ich and sailor whose life dog; they will pack them' away ii driven their knives into his vulnerable CHURCH NOTICES.THE tJ-r/j
:>< a medicine is HEPATICU.r. helpless chests and dust'tl1101 go on aceun.ulating. parts! and before he had a chance to tf Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or

\. It embraces all the above good but for her would surely have been :;. Why not make the home l1lal pull himself together he was as good electrical work. Repair work a -- ,

:'a-t.. illties, neither besides bitter not nor having sickening a bad lost.MN.Vhit&s valor attracted immediate -, of comfort and restfulnessV" as dead. It was as workmanlike a job specialty.IwmsKY2I. NEWS would request that the t fi

-w' Sold by all druggists. attention and within a short of going after big sea game as ever Isaw.I'hihadclphia ----- clergy or those having in charge the i i i. ::1

while not only was a large pure raisedas The TrnMnortliy Girl. I Times. publication of church service notices r ; ',

't .r.wuit a good riano tuner to a testimonial for her but the chamber A girl read may clever not l In>e at all musical, but fche orwell The Rank of England: !! a pair of for Sunday will send them to this l. i 4

,,1' ;i'<.n=acola, still you hold of commerce of Portland, Ore., presented become or popular any simply way by being scales so 'Curate'thnt an ink spot on apiece office by 9 o'clock (Saturday morn- I -I! (

.1-:. .' rder., Send it in. I have the matter her with was a brought gold nieclal.before Then the may trustworthy, by listening: sympathetically of paper visibly affects: the bal HARPER lug, in order to insure their insertion j I + ';\

It t :: ,;:y i -' experience and have Washington;; authorities, and Secretary to people's confidences and keeping ance. in the proper position in the i I. \ 11

w ', i -iveral piano factories. them sacredly locked in her own paper. I \ :
: (of the Treasury 1'oster bestowed upon A Weak Stomach I I
i 'II ;on'g book store
\ t i kliim1g.ltlost people, especially young
her the congressional gold! medal. causes a weak body and invites dis ---T-------- j. I ,: Lu
1; .. :. '. \ '. After this incident )lrI. White did men like to have some sympathizingfriend C.A.BTOn.X.A.: j-' ;

1 ii.t. \V. PRESSLEY. not remain long In Washington. Soon they can come to when they feel I ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures aw.... Itu Kind You Harc Alnays SagSt 11 f ; .,' $
elated to unburden their and strengthens!' the stomach and U
husband went to Alaska to : -
she and her BJgn&tue .
All the has to wards off and overcomes disease!; J. #-.J-# -
their girl '
trade with the Indians for furs, and I trials or plans. R. Taylor a prominent merchant of I I .
ill) is to listen, perhaps to say some : 1'II 1'-
first white woman
is the
Mrs. White Chriesman Tex.,says: "I could not
LODGE L G DIRECTORY who ever penetrated the interior of this:' words of help or encouracement but eat because of a weak tomach. I 1 11I -- .
above till she must never repeat what ; :
most northern! possession of the United lost all strength and run down in i ,

1 States. has l teen toltI, says the American weight. All that ml n'y could do LAUNCH : !i : t':;

KNIGHTS PYTHIAS. With her husband she followed the Queen. A girl may l>e plain: in feature was done, but all hope of recovery I Z'I v- 1
un.1ftt'Jth talent but it she vanished. Hearing of some wonderful -
and \ ,
cold :
almost Impassable trails in the effected of Kodol I -= -... '. ...).'0..... '''
becomes known as perfectly trustworthy cures by ue M! 'r:
IVn.acola IjiMge, Nn.S, K. of P northern country, facing innumerable :'J
and discreet she will generally be concluded to try it. The first bottle
ttll'v"ry Monday e\'n'l dangers in the Ice and snow. Everywhere ,
benefltted, and after taking four
in j at;;::10 at Castle all,, she known by the Indiana preferred to her more entertaining, tICHARTER: .;}.!
was bottles I am fully restored to my
In the Blount Watson reliable sister. ; "
I. "white and she and her pretty, but less ual and health. J"
\ KnlHlng.: third floor as the queen u= strppgth weighth

,$1:-J v'tftiung, brethren cordially husband were able to gather the choicest Harris Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Physicians prescribe it \ !:
lioilNphoiind Woninu.Every The .
j. A. LYI.B. and 1I0Ft'uluable skins and furs. Ttie Sidney Kahn.3fndqin's. Elegantly Equipped ;
for their most delicate
H, HORHLEK C.C. woman Imuseliound no matter 1
4 K. K.4 H.l she It was became during acquainted her trading with trips the mining that- what her station in life will acknowledge !fie Srsttr 5c.STEAMER patients. Naptha Launch CUPID, ; ?')

that she would be in U-tter health C9K.D V J with Parlor Car
; prospects of the country and after --- --- Fittings, 'I j '1
l II..un.>n li<1<;f; No. 13 ; husband San Francisco and spirits if she went out more, says OLD and PURE.For :
if her '
.. ;:i I i...<.I I) evening at 7:: 1. at she returned( to laska.. where she the rhil.idelphia Public Ledger. Hut CAPTAIN FRITZ, Hale byDaimnheisser foratriponthebay or for 1 .". ..;!.
i .I r I'nUfox anil Garden J
.- .1' '< : Kniahl-fordiallv Invited. prospected for several claims of herown. many of tl1t'111111 invent more excuses Tuofc. CONDON, Captain, a crlli. e. ; 'JI
J. .'\Lit EKT JOHSSOS, for stajlng in the house than Bros. ,
,. ..*. 0. C. Later she married her presenthusband. there are tucks and rullles on the gar will make regular trips between i Accommodations for 40 ; !,
i U.; :s.- Fred Smith a ru 1wr. 'Penaacola Point Washington and : ;
Inl'ntsho! fashioning of which has I I ,, '!t
her life has passengers.
For the last few years<< Freeport. Leave Ilaylen street .

1\1101 'III' 1..1:1', NO. jo, K. or p I been lived entirely in the rugged environment kept many a woman within doors, to I wharf Thursday: at 6 a. IE. and ar Rates very reasonable. 1 :}!

'II', ir'.Iv'ventng7i: of the mining country. She I the detriment of herself and family, rive at Freeport at 6 p. in. sam* day. I'

i .If IS.A LI ii l \LLMON: C. C. I and her husband own many claims. I for I'm sure you will agree with me I t Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. TA : LL IitnINSUR.&NCE: Landing-Pine street. t'i, : '.

VK.of K.A.S. that one nervous, fidgety, discontentedmember and arrive at Penacola B p.m. same I CAPT.STEARNS ;

.t'I. HouseLeepinic unit IIunieiii.-vI.Ini. of tin family will set them all I day. Fare, round tripf5; ; one way. I ,.

o. o. F. There\ Is an (van of difference between by the ears as a "little leaven leaven- ?3. 12nlm .!II aster. i L, i ; .

the whole lump." .. -- --- 1 '
housekeeping! : and homemaklng.One I rth -- --- ---- 'I 'J '.

1'0':11'0111\: I.\t'JP Xo. 4 is a business the other un art. ; ".
\ I 'mr''iljy evening lit 7:31: at I In Hnnaelinld ( lennolnjr Cream. trni AND UWNNNI f i
Many women mak great successes
\\.t Intl'ndt'lIc'It! tist. t1.
following -
.:zr'ncortitally; 1nvItei.qc. the business who fail absolutely in the Cleansing; cream made after the '! REAL ESTATE 'H .
.0 J.E.LOSG.N.O. recipe! is highly recommendedfor These tiny Capsules ire supenorito ,
w MI, N-cretnry. art. Their department houses Is are run perfectly with care keptEvery antietactuess. general use In the household. It Balsam of Copaiba, j'I I No. South Palafox Street.

: There Is never a failure to will remove grease: spots from coat, Crbeb* nd Injection IPJDY 1
: 1.1
GUILD. woolen texture, paint 48 hours the I NICK S :
AMERICAN meet demand but it I is not a home. A carpets or any They cure in ;! I .
home exists for the comfort. happinessand from furniture and Ink from paint. ;aus iswss w.1tJW JlY mn.xun4s Partial List of Desirable Dwellingsfor .1'
: .
l"M-a<-.ila Chapter No. 00" I health of the family. There is iio This cream will keep an indefinite period ,.eact S'U II {. 'I i /qI>GGISn Rent in Various Partsof ;; ,1 t";;

If ,',. 'Fit. I'. L1SD :S''TRCTH.governor.. I department of housekeeping that Is not : Cut four ounces of white castile the City : t
rl"tl\ry made to ;yield to the needs of any mem soap very line and put it over dissolve.the fire As --'p MEN AND WOMEN. 135.00-!'j-story house containing 12 rooms UnUUHTf J

ber. There is never a crisis of temper In a quart of hot water to v -rRE Tm Big U for unnatural all modern conveniences bath onupper :1
K.: OF L. the convenience of a soon as It is: thoroughly; incited add I. 1 is S day.. diRchftrgf-s.mflaniniatinns and lower floors, corner lot, :
if a meal late or G.t1ut..d irritation or nice yard and shrubbery, stable,out- ,
member demands a change in the hour.A four quarts (if hot water and when ttt mucoo. niembrane.FT.em .. etc., No. Til i-asi I.aKua ,'t-'
I" il \,,t'lIIl1ly So. 1505. of nearly cold stir in four ounces of ammonia r. uct puoiwi and not MtrmHEEVANSCHEMIUlCO. Street.a&shtory. 'i"7L
few minutes yea. even a .. ent or poiwnoui. s : boarding house, containing '
,t Mondarllri each month. minutes-spent in kindly converse in two ounces of alcohol, twoftilflCS CINCrnsATIO Bold by Dracdptl.R 25 room., known as tltE' Ponce de ::; : ,
-W. P. H.'l'UARP. and two ounces of t.s.a. or tent ID plato Wrapper, Leon house, No. flu East Intemlen-
"..COl nI.L.: \&. W. the morning, the call of a friend, or the of glycerin t>y eRpra., prepaid for cia Street. : DAIL Y ;: -!fr::1;
Secretary. sudden desire for an hour's outing ether. $100, orJl>ottl<-i 2.7S.: };J.OO-A desirable 2-story modern dwelling MENUS :
Circular seat on I rtquo.t.NOTICE
7 rooms.. moil denrable section ol the
-- -
j never seems to the homemaker a violation city on a corner on the btreet car ; '
: of the moral I code. Dust does not Milk is better for being kept overnight OF APPLICATIONFor I 1I0e:<::0.&sJ:! North Barcelona Street Comprise all the Up-to- y j; : ;

display in small tins than if a large quan- {30.00-Large 2-story dwelling. M rooms, Date Dishes the Markets '1 tot._!.
cause a nightmare or disorder a troiuingevllle Square, >o.3"> Ka llovernment J [
The Beer which love and charity agree to tity is kept over In one vessel. Tax Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter i ( street. of the World t :" .
JJ:1.00-ColUlorlable; newstory modernDwelling.
of Florida.
4888 Laws
call nervousness. Not things but souls I V rooms very desirable section Afford ';
I with ammonia and water -I Notice Is hereby given bat H. L. Davit ''I i r
Wash marble of the city situated on North '
the homemaker'scare.
of No.
Tax Certificate 00. ,
the objects of "
That are purchaser; .
Made, She values peace more than system rather than with soap and water. dated the 4th day of October. A. P. IsM*. has I I i streets.J.S.Ort2story Kaylen.between btrong and befeoto t.,;.,.
--- -- --- tiled certificate In my office, and Has :
: dwelling In good order with
happiness more than regularity made application for tax deed to Usue In ; J
than work accomplished.Yet Blue Island, Ill., Jan. H, 1001.) accordance with law. Saul certificate rooms, three doors from the belt Ladies'PrjvateDining : il
content more line, bas and water
gas throughout
m H lmn rAM U braces the follow described property < \ :ti
she ::0.:!North Barcelona Street.1iO.Oilstery
her pm-I'
I with it all, home Messrs. Ely Bros-I have used uated in Ksfttmhla county, Florida :! dwelling 7 rooms, city water, P I :
> ar
is the essence ofrrgult.rity. One lot Soft by l.V ft UK. cor. block T or..* : i 4
touches perfection for bath gas, with large corner lot,No. '
I your Cream Balm in my family mont !':o..lS..c'iTp. H. K. Stl W. The said
It Is this that makes homemaking 4'r. Wen \Vright street. .. .'
land being a..s- .d at the date of the issu-I 1
-18VICTORIA- I art. nine years and it has become my ancn of tuch certificate In the name of S15io-l-story dwelling 6 rooms, newly papered .1 )t1
and ,
an painted throughout on
Family doctor for colds in the Head.I L. M. Davis. Unless said certificate! sball be belt line. No.a'9 tastUr'gor16tret't. vfu 1
I redeemed according to law. tai deed will ;
l' ele., Thing In Ilomri. ue it freely on my children. It is Issue thereon on the 1Mb day of February. 115.00-7 J-story rooms dwelilngvitywiterand ball Mock of round bath with, Regular Dinner Daily. .
whose home is noted for A. D. li.ct.Witness. I ,,
A woman Godsend to children. beautiful shad trees, No. 7W Cast
K: fly ACME BREWING Co.II' said IDspeaking a my official signature and teal Cervantes street.Jll tl. \
its beauty and restfuluoss Yours respectfully, this the loih( day ot January A. I). iwst.A.M. -l-itory dwelling ):o U5 East Gregory '
: 10-CKST BOTTLE BEEn of the art oJ MCMILLAX. Short Orders .
the other day street,} rooms, newly papered andpainted. Promptly
J. KlMBALL. 18E.u..1[ Clerk Ctrcut: Court.: :
house furnishing that it would probably B. H. U.C. ,
IS TOWN.DNNHEISSER Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered By rarol' |ll.( )-.No.6l East Belmont street 5-room Filled. Night or Day "
puzzle the inhabitants of another Jan. 15oaw5wJ. cottage city water newly painted,
BROS. planet to know what modern homes greatly with catarrh and tried different In perfect order. -
North Alraniz strbet.
110.50-No.luH a new
I.ESTS FOR THE CELEBRATED were intended for. remedies without effect. After bouse In good order with S rooms. It It'. Bometblnr Good to Eat .

"They have no beauty that we should using: one bottle of your Cream 1 .N. ANDREWS, HO.UO-No.water aul, a neat East 6 Belmont room cottage street newly, city yon wish,you'll find U at '

I I. V, Harper desire them," she observed "and the Balm I found relief and I cannot I' painted and renovated throughout.

last thing that seems to have been considered praise too highly such a remedy. jt Headquarters for J* t 8.00-No.papered HO East 4-room Laltaa street in a neatly Nick Apostle'sPopular
CORA WILLARD. cottage good con
in their arrangement is the dition,large lot,city water.A .
Albany, > SEWING MACHINES. large list of smaller dwellings, at well Restaurant 4.
\ HJue- OI S. Palafox: StreEt.R. convenience<< thepccupants.. Tojudsre M a number stores and offices fOR KEST. :

r. Exchange Union ------ THOS. C. WATSON & CO.
-Opp. Depot. ,

1'. 0. fox 2S1. Pensacola Fla. I axative REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT Leallng: Real Estate Rental and Insurance IWWfflffll
!!!moQA I'Jl on every Agents; ,i South falafoz btraet.

Phones 116-268. Cores*Cold in One Day.4 12 Days(9.CQ' .' box. 25cI 13 South Palates Street.

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the event to be commemorated. All Strongest in the
i: World.
p three cities mentioned will draw on REAL LOW Pectoral

el/ Birmingham for attondance. Th* ,

outlook at present is that there will AltersCherry coughs bron-

be more visitors from Birmingham have The Equitable

caNnel Meond-elati a' Uie Post matter.Office at Pensaeola, at the various carnivals; than ever DOWNJRICK been sayIng -

fit* before in the history of the city. *.r i this for 60 years. fo'J"atr

OtnCK :-Fltf( Building, 1114 South m Life Assurance
jaatozstree l, np-ttalri. Society
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Terms: Invariably in Advance NEW MACHINE Plea That \Va Itfrred by a Pll- I1ENKY B. HYDe, Founder

"M Year by Mall-15 00 TRYMAN. grim to Mecca.A .
Montbs .. ___ 160
of the London Post
OM Week,by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 CENTURY
who witnessed a pilgrimage to Mecca Preliminary Statement, Jan. l. 100.1,

Mdnriiting Rates Furnished on Application All the morning and this afternoon I One of the meanest tricks yet heardof records the following prayer which he Outstanding Assurance,J1.2iooitj.iii l)

f TELEPHONE NO. 118. experienced workmen have been engaged in this county, is reported from grim beard: delivered there by an Arab pil- I Income ... ,.. .... .... ... &)

I in installing the new Lino- Henry Dixon's place, about 10 miles REPORTED THAT BRANCH WILL "0 Almighty God," he cried, "now I
New Assurance ..... .. :275.0001.
type machine purchased by this pa- northwest of the city. am sure you will not send me to hell! ":1

UNION LABEL BE ESTABLISHED THERE A place in paradise is surely reservedfor Assets. ..... .. .... .... ... 360.0110,0110,
t per a few weeks since, and which ar- Some miscreant, after a first unsuccessful -
me. You know I was not rich, being -
rived Wednesday. attempt, fed Dixon's horse VERY SOON.It only a poor barber, but throughmy Assurance Fund and

PEJ8AOOLA, FEB 13, 1903 The work has been attended by with poisoned food and in a short economy and iR'rse\erance I laid all other liabilities... 2S5,00OOi( }

some difficulties. one of which was time the animal died. by some mon.). My first intentionwas Surplus... ...... ... ... -5.; tt dd'tl
is reported from Century that to buy a wife with my savings;
LOOKOUT for something to be doIng the safe hoisting of the ponderousand Dixon is a but deserving
poor know sensible The largest Increase ever made
being in
I one of tbe purposes of the visit there as you a I any year
today. It i3 Friday and the 13, costly machinery up the narrow countryman, and a few days since man, I thought it more advisable to In the history of the Society

of tbe month, besides the moon stairway. This was accomplishedbefore yesterday of the Sullivan-Alger make use of them to come to your II JAMESV.. ALEXAXDEK
found his horse eating bread which I President
I crosses the celestial equator today. Syndicate officers and directors was. house first of nil to Insure to myself a I
noon, however, and the ma- was afterward discovered to be filled JAMES H. HYDE
to look into the advisability of establishing liouri in paradise, and remember 0 ; VicePresident.OOWLES .
FIREBUGS seem to be giving the chine is, now in the composing with poison. Prompt measures by my Lord, that I want a palace as well.I I Ii

new fire department iu Tampa Mr. H. L. Paul, the room.j i Dixon prevented the animals deathat a branch car building do not want to be a shaver In the i II

plenty to do. They had four fires in i i plant there, and that the proposed next world. We read in the traditionsthat :I

one hour early'.Wednesday; rnornu g. spector fcr the Mergenthaler Company that time, and a careful watch : those who hold high positionshere BROS.,
r I i establishment: will be as /large a
{ and an experienced machinist, )I was kept, in the hope that the guilty will be miserable hen-after whereas I ..
SENATOR MORGAN says there is !I plant as can be found any where in the wretched In this life will be Gf'nl'ratKf'nt. ,
from :New York, is here and giving would return and make
a peaceful politicalblockade; ou the I party a sec- ;, the south. The talk was general rich in heaven. So I implore you in | 309 B. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA,

statehood bill. Just so, but how his special: attention to properly ond attempt. Several days and j jnights among the mill men, and there the name Mohammed, our prophet I _

blockade the putting the machine in place, before of I who was created b.forelJis world '
about Morgan's on : passed anything a
I seems to have been a great deal of was made and who will sit down ou VC\WHY NOT THE BEST ?

canal treaty. __ Better than Golil. suspicious nature transpired and the ,
ground for the report. your right hand on the day of judgment -

?" "I troubled for several I vigil was relaxed. and plead on behalf of his people
"Is Hanna lukewarm demurely was : years

Inquires the Montgomery Journal. with chronic indigestion and nHv-1 Dixon was out in the woods a few I! A gentleman from Century said to listen to my requests. When I THE<< fy1EnG<
I this morning: "Yes, I heard the return home I have nothing to live on. i
Why, bless you no. He's regularLot ous debility, writes F. J. days since cuttitgwtod to bringto ,
: Therefore I want a comfortable livingto
etui when it comes to runniug Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helped ) talk about the car shops that are
the city when his wife suddenly i begin with, :and since it may belong CO
a political campaign. me until I began Using Electric Bit- ,j i said to be under contemplation: there before I meet the hour you are

--- ters, which did; me more good than I| called to him thatsomething: was the ;, but that is for in 1
by for reserving
j i no means new, me paradise, want ,
THE most effectual way to settle I' 1, Having been awarded the ,
all the medicine I ever used. They i matter with his horse. Hurrying to have a nice little wife now. You com
the race question in the southern : that has been under way for a long .,, for carrying the U. S. Mail betty :,
l'1 have also kept my wife in excellent j home, he found that the animal Iud :' know the kind of woman I like. Nothing .:, the L. & N. Depot and PMt Off
is it under with white time. I believe
f States to snow really they will be
Is hidden from I not
health for years. She says Electric < i you. am and also the exclusive baggage ,
fed with I prulege
beeu a poisoned bis-
L; Immigration. This can bs quickly Bitters are just splendid! for j again ,(I building cars at Century within the greedy, and so I shall not ask you for on all train entering the .-iu

;t111i done it it be gone about iu the right female troubles ; that they are a cuit and was in its last death agony many. Hut 0 Lord may I ask you ,, we are prepared to transfer bairK-i;
'!: next two years. for two? Tor'as know full well and pas-sengfis to and from all -
way. Everything to save the animal was | you
tonic and invi
grand orator for weak,
: "And I don't see why they don't it is not in the nature of a man to bo tels, residences and trains, day ,
run down women. :No other medi done, but death was too near and the I|I :i i night.
Contented with one"
PRESIDENT ELLIOTT of Harvard cine Can take its place in our fami build cars there. Gen. Alger is Interested I i

.I 1 says that the highly educaten men ly." 'fry them. Only 50c. beast died. j i in a much larger plant than I| FroDit&BeIiaIile8eiTice6iarsiteel> ,

as a rule don't marry. Nothing remarkable tion guaranteed by W. A. Sati..fdc-I Dixon traded for a second horse | Chimney sweeps seem to occupy the i! We also
berte, 121 :South Palifox 1 his proposed there, bat he has been highest; position In regard to mortality : conduct a Freight IMivery -
about that, though; they're ----- -- -- and now the man with whom ho i| ', Business" -haul piano safes;
from cancer and coal miners the low
- supposed to be wise; besides that, bartered has made a demand for his !| heard to say that Centuryjolleres: good est.: machinery and furniture at Itea-.ou-
able Prices.
;, don't they take a bachelors degree? THE MARRIACE advantages for such work. Besides, i
horse back, and says he will have it' Telephone your orders to F. r U.Pou'g .
ii the timber to bo had with such ease The son<>-krito, a bonn ridges andstring Livery Stables Phone 31 or
SUFFICIENT unto the day is the again at any cost. This has put : *, is the representative instru- Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's Residence
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DIDN'T OCCUR and all else taken into consideration
evil thereof. That is to say every Dixon on his mettle and he says Le ment of Jipan. Phone 354.MERCHANTS.

has evil enough for itself. Dou't appeals favorably to the promotersand
day will carry the matter to the courts.
TO critK A ('01 i> IS OXK I> \Y : TRANSFER CO.
i borrow trouble from tomorrow or for myself I really think that
: Suppressed excitement reigned This man has had: more than: his Take Laxative I'.rnnm Quinine Tablet MRS. H. H. HALLMARK:, Prop
live ovtr again the troubles you had the plant will be established." If
j share of trouble.! His mother so Tblesiernture.P(7. I. on emery .
f yesterday. Face the troubles that about the county court house yesterday : wasrecently : :|''it' bu.x, :2c. ? ?,t(7/7"ff'V"Lt111 I HARRY HAI.LMAHK, Transfer A,:i.,
will ba followed
m-ide the victim of brutal by an activity L. .t \. H. K. 10..1'.ancll'.A A. l lit ,
are before ;you now. Let the past go. afternoon from the efforts of a I a '

Meet the future when it comes. as-cult: by the negroSonny; 15)y"j I i that ecarcelv! can be realized: Suit FOR SALE
' } young man: who is said to have endeavored |
4 present.
Thompson, who N tx-w serving life i i ii THI
" WHETHER Rockefeller seutthoretelegrams to secure a license to weda
i i i i Several of the Alger party arrived
:,'1: or no:, there irn't a doubt I girl over whom his relatives h-i-11 i ,i term 111 the penitentiary for hi; The Ccstumes Used in

.. 1 I but what they represent his "sentisments i (entered a strenuous objection. The i ii i crime. A death has also, lately occurred here yesterday her a short stay. II.I last Year's Carnival J t y GflR RY? t

and are so rctoguiztd by the j j iu this family. 1 I A. Alger. Jr., is with the Sullivan a

:: public. The only argument offered I j''police had to assert themselves on a II 1 family on West Gregory fo treet.t Parade.

thos-e who doubt their existauce previous occasion in dealing with )1)"H'ri"u. Circau's.anep.One 1Vhulc..ah' tad
r I. I i'the Merchants hotel are John Mullen -

,'# is that Rockefeller never showed hi* '' her and it is said it is likely thf-y I was pale and sallow and the ; Ilt-taiI (i 1'\11.1'1\.
i and wife, of Duluth, :Minn and
2 band as openly and honestly before. will again be required, for it is reported I other fre-li and roy. Whence thej:, These costumes are in excellent KMI
t ---- difference? She who i i..;!i Mr. and Mr*. R. t>tarr of Toied ), 0.Mr. .

THE coal strike commission has the young man i- just as determined with health u-es Dr. Kill!{''; New ,i : Milieu! is one of the principal condition just the Family, Fancy and Staple

finished taking testimony and is as ever and will carry out i Life Pills to maintain it. By gently i I thing to wear at His Majesty's ] -
f I al'Ousiruthe lazy organs they compel ,, stockholders I in the Century com- < Groceries <
. 1 listening to the of his intention. 1IU relatives not.Upon oil fc fc
now arguments; say Jooll1igtuIIII und head con j: p.uiy. Mr. Hturr is an inlluentul Grand Hall February'
: counsel for the interested partie 'iiipdtion. Try them. O.ilv 2:>c, at1
1 various excuses a licen-e and All Kinds of Up-to-date FatuyUoods.
J \V. D'Alembeitt, 121 :0 i.; 1'.4 1.1 fox lumber manufacturer: and is interesting 24,1003We! will sell one
ti i They examined 557 witnesses:! ; 244 j .
refused.A .
was street, Druggist.:
: for the union miners, lob for the operators \ I i himself in southern mill*. or more to any person until We are Pole Distributors forVt

t'i and luo for the non-union Severe Cold for Three Months. 1 I closed out. Florida for the Celebrated Cafe Hi
they are Jpply
Surprise you-Try Monde CoUpe Sweet Home T\JI.I"
miners. The public know ]u-t : The follow in. letter from A. J.
i g about as much about it as before. Nu-baum, of H ite-villp, Ind., tells i I The Stockholders of thp IVnacola It is the medicine above all, others at once toCIIAS. *e*. Illini and Climax Flour. 1! iyl -

: i Its own rtory : "1 sulfered for three I Electric Terminal Hallway Com- for catarrh and i* worth its weight Delicatessen, GermanAmerica'[
LeBAllO.V, Food Co.'s Canned Meats Etc. Ai<
", THE upper house of the Tennessee months with a severe cold. A dru;{ I pan will hold their annual meeting> iu gold. Ely's Cream Balm does allI of ,

; legislature has adopted a resolution : gi-t!; prepared me mule medicine, on \Tolll1\y, March 2n.l, 1W5; at the I that i is claimed for it.-B. W. :Sperry, Chairman Building Com. Retail which Grocers are sold in the by city.all fjrst-cl.i-:
and a physician pre-cribed for me, I otlice of the of
tliecuinpauy city Hartford, Conn.i .
to the tied that the delegation from
1' : II yet I did not improve. I then tried I PeiisJCoLi, Florida, at 4 o'clock p. m. ,i My son ws blllicted with catarrh. Hot Rolls at ;5 p> m., lOc ti02. that state: to the next national con Foley's Honey and Tar, and eightl.CSenred IECoURCYV.1'r1oM,
I j| He used Ely's cream Balm and thedisagreeable doz., at Solomon's.F"LIN.4 -
Refieubtitates.1v. -
( me.
vention shall urge the nomination of'i (Secretary ,i catarrh all left hint- -- _
A. D'Alencberte.YOUNG I
,; a southern man on the presidential' I J. C. Olm-tea, Arcola! Ill, NO t'fltr, NO 1"\y. PENSACOLAPressillg

ticket. And why not? The southern 1] ASSISTANT I DIRECTOR'S P MEETING.I !:1 1! cause The!neezmg.Hilm does Sold tot by irritate Ely Brothers and- Your druggist will refund your money If

: states must furni-li the votes and by i PAXO OI.Vr.MKNr fails 10 cure lUngworm. '
5 I all means should furnish oue or AN L & N. FOREMAN 'I The Directors of the Penacola Elec- Tetter old; Ulcers and hores. l'implp and '
trie Terminal It ill way Company will rnrrc.I Blackhead on the face, and all skin diseases -
of the candidates. j, Unto
more i iI ,.
i |Ih'6t) their annual meeting at the totem |
I "lie hwv.s to Itn<> longer: in your' FOR
t : ,,!lice of the comp lny in the city Ilf GENTLEMEN.

THE silver coins in Hawaii are becoming List night there arrived at the ''I Penacola, Florida, immediately af- j I 1 set" t"liawills," rrpliod Cholly. "lIes such Yim can get your house \

scarce because Americansare ter the aojournment' of the Stock '
Lewis House a youn man who, in holdt'rs' meeting, which take phial (}rUPI'tI Lad t fa win, j'Umnv." furnished complete with
them ull
taking away as souven II 4 m. Moiidry. March :!uII. UHfi! : "!low is tluitV" elegan furniture at Mar' : One Dollar Per MonthIn
ire. Alas, the Hawaiians will find the: future, will act as a'si-tant; to p. ,
IK'OL'KCY, THOM, "Why. MUCH the fellah ods {Ill a
that when their coins become no I II Mr. Tim McClure, one of the able i r; crtt.iry. 1 hlw.I':11', L,' Miiiu-tinn's wins, ston $ Juina'n on easy payments : Advance to Membership.

, novelty they will still be ull carried i foremen of the L. & N. It. It. Co. y'Unow, Instead (If losing: like a geni weekly or monthly. \ Clothes Cleaned and Pressed ,-

ofbytheAmericans.-Montgomery f i tl"iuiu."-Chicago 1'ost often as desired. Your Clothe-
ff I Mother and child are both doinari I i !sent for and delivered.
Gracious r.ikes I ,
Journal.] we can
', i I:, well. The Stockholders of the K' ''lnhi.1 .% ( perry I'ulr. South; PaUfox and Join th-
I to a scarcity of silver coin I
Cite you -- ValentinesMardi Club.Li'.
i' County Electric: L'ght Sc P.iwtr "11,1 you rte::t'tuber." f=:'..iilMrs.. <

A without going to the middle of the II TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. Company will hoU their aunu.lnipeting <:rumr' "wlseu you asked UH- to marry '

, Pacific ocean. IIR I on :'oI.llIdy, March 2ic: you?" Plain Skirts a pccirtl l! ,

Mr. Thos. Wentworth will, today l:''J3, 'it the f'Mlcp of the company, III ,

I' A discussion is now on at Tampa take charge! of the city circulation of the city of Pen-acola: Honda', "at 6 i "Yessaid I sai.l Mr.'Y.-sV Ounipv"And M Gras Yours for Xeatnea s,

the B led the Al1Hl1t- I I o'clock p.
between Iptist :
THE NEWS. He will tukesub cripi m.DE Corner \V. THO.M.i I "1 remember itVe b-jtb always did G. W. IRWIN.
1st, the principal I'll po-itiun being talk too muth."-\Va>.liiii2ton :Star.:
! i tioiH and collect all accounts. i! Secrotar:.
that I Goods !
: this; "All constitute man is i i < <
totally uncoii-cious from the time I iI Wentworth has had large experience MILITARY LAND WARRANTS.

of death until re-urection.." Dr. circulating of DIRECTORS' MEETING. Hot Chocolate with
J'I 1 { manager
P. King of Wilmington, X. C.. I II PAID person* telling who Our Stock is now ready."al- Whipped Cream, at Solomon's. .
and will nuke i The Directors r.f the E-(': mhi f
large; daily papers, lI Ct ) (00 has one whether I bur or
behalf the AdventNu will attirrn j I | County Electric Light & Power : not. 1..h.h.FI.I.J-\.. entines of all shapes, sizes and .
I THE NEWS service of the
J. N. Hall paper satisfactory -
and Dr.
the propo-itiou i Company will hold their annuil
; lufa Kansa* City, Mo.
I price. Sentimental and Comic.
i of Fulton, K. Y., will deny it for the to all. meeting at the otliee of the' companyin ,

:! Baptist In a few years they will the city of Pet,,,'icula. Florida, im The fine-it line of umbrella in the' Mardi_ Gras Supplies: euch a? STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

,! both knew all about it or know noth- You will consult your bet interests the medi.1telyafter Stockholders'the' adjournment of city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look -
; which .
r meeting Wire, Paper and Character
it them.
by going to O. M. Pryor if _
you takes 6 o'clock
f ing. place at p. m. Monday ktween PriiKacnla and Milton-IloalItunx
" ----- -- ---- want furniture. He is in position torll March 2nd, U<03. CITY TAXES. Masks, Cambic and Silk Domino '

;1 GOING 10 MAKIH GI:.19.! cheaper than any other house in DE Cot'KCY W THOM, i Daily Kxcpi Sunday.
Secretary I Masks: False Beards and
.j (Birmingham E'\\s ) the city. "CITY OF TAMPA."
i Tax Tajrr, if you "i..Ja\ } to stop I
interest is i Wig, Costume Ben",Gold and
,'I Already c.hrystalizingiu Nearly Forfeits His Lif'. ._
: Milton
e:9tam Ly P..nucola.IJJpm
, New Orleans CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S i Interest, call at once and pax I
Mardi Gras At the A almo Silver Braid, Fringe and II! lrPtn8.eola.II'Jam Ar Milton. .1."JplD
runaway ending fatally,
') festivftias have been planned upon a jour Tau.. { Fare cue; Round trip II:10.
No.30 South Palafox street, for your started a rornble ulcer on the leg of Bpingles.; Call early and select
more elaborate scale than usual i X. )1...(. OKHTIXC, i
" electrical work. He is prepared to J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III.
I for that city noted as it is for outfit. We will lay !
even do you a first-class job at moderate For four years it defied all doctors I 10f2w Tax Collector.The your I
pageants. The inter-
Ii spectacular prices. Phone 203. and all remedies. Buckl n'" Arnica fia", 4t line of sterling: silver them aside for you until :
est in the celebration at Mobile this 1
,,I - Salve had no trouble to cure him. I foods and silver! novelties is to be I
is heightened by tile fact that We will launder your spreads for needed.
year found at J. I. Btephens1.: Prices to NEW STAND
15 Equally good for Burns, Bruises, i
cents each and make them look
of the silver serviceon .
the presentation please all.Tables i
like uw "' tar Laut.dry. Skin Eruptions and Piles. 252 at W, I
behalf of the people of Alabama I -
A. D' lemberte'; Drub Store, 121: for the I
of quality
will occur at that time. PensacM ,
; F1t1i) '(; ''ii15 fu'.Ip IIII lq pfoSSIIkt i South Palafox street.! COE'S BOOK STORE. I have moved ray jewelry sttre tf.
will,,ve au untully: attractive pageant ] \ \Dirtint room, library, hall '
120 South formerly occupied
.. this year. Invitations, or to1! PCOI-6 \!and p.uZor at Marston $ Ul.'J South I'alalnx Street ,
i ; DO YOU KNOW by Bass & Co., and an n"w

be more accurate- summons have ''P,!T3 no.i saga 'au!suaaw If1Jti1IN'q Quina's- PEN: -ACOLA, FLORIDA :': better prepared than ever to gi'e

been received in this city from Kin:I t qsno'oii '1dmoJ.Jl1nai 1nq-i>.JI16aJ! I BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. have great bargains diamond,wa che?-

PrUeus commanding appearance at :i aq) jo uoijsjTjj ou 'youiojstp! IQ a large stock of dressed studding ; --- I jewelry, etc. Call and fee ire and
i : .A
the carnival. The cards are works I' U/Cd 'OdiJO'ON I and joist Get their prices before ,[ Laxative Rromo Qui : () on every let me convince yon.

ol art, emblematic of Pensacola and buying. dl61m I euresaCoWinOneDayCripiD2Days(9.c..Q'; f box. 25c J. I. BTEPHENS.:

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F. E. RULERS OF THE WORLD. -. ,+. ;'. ..
WEBBLOST Meat Ea lag Nation Are the LeadersIn >;::...; '
AT SEA t very Branch of Human

Achievement.The .

ruling nations of the world are ry

ld C1Offl1Sill meat eaters and history records that 1ti ti l .1".fi
f For r COO1ill STEAMSHIP PENSACOLA BRINGSA they always have been. : .,t&t.

Vegetarians and food cranks may .

Us iol ill Skin SORROWFUL REPORT FROM explain this in any way they choose, :' .:
but the fact remains that the Americana

HER TAMPICO TRIP. !, English, French, Russiansand y -t

Germans, are meat eating nations ::1'... .
li I II Cases of Itching, Burning and they are also the most energetic ;...
A sorrowful report was made by and most progressive.The (. '

Scaly Humours the master of the steamship Pensa- principal food of the heroic Ii::: '; ; I,
cola which arrived here yesterday ,Boer soldier known as Biltong is 1 :... ;.

a sort of dried beef, affording a great i"..
afternoon from
Tampico. Captain ..
deal of nourishment in a highly concentrated .' .. ,1 t.
W ra for Renovating and Enriching Luch reported the mysterious disap- form. ,. ;I
pearance of F. E. Webb, first officer The weak races of people are the lC..1r

the Blood of the vessel, sometitno between rice eating Chinese Hindoos, and ;' :

midnight of Sunday and 6 o'clock Siamese, regarded since the dawn of 'l\t

history as non-progressive superstitions 1
Monday morning.I :. .Ujj;
and Most EconomicalYet Webb was an Englishman, 64 and inferior physically and I ',t 't.
He Best I I mentally to the meat eating nations t .
; years of age, and was an experienced who dominate them. .1. '

Compounded I mariner. He bad always shipped The structure of the teeth plainly 1 !' : f

on American vessels and had come indicates that human beings/: should i ,
i subsist upon a variety of food meat, V"O :t
f.- : I IV'ulwnt mis (chocolate here from Mobile to ]j.ln the Pensa- :
I, fruit and grains!, and it is unhygienicto ; | f
the of
t cola. confine one's diet to any one cf .t ,

,'r :li-al. laboratory of:roiiu-dies experiencet fur the I The story came out when the customs these classes to the exclusion of an '

humours of the!skin scalp I olllcers boarded the steamer : other. ; :
.yj, With i i l"<3 <>t hair, anti arc
'I Meat is the most concentrated and | \i
aflout 3 It told that \
if'.lrvccl! to be superior[ to p. in. was :.
I I of foods, but
most easily digested
'< iths; a 4 well as li<|iiuli I! Webb was in the best of health: and I I I '
I' :I'r however eXllf'n-i\'I', onr manner: of living is often so un- !
i r!; ill to enjoy the curative 1 had taken hi3 watch shortly before ,: natural that the digestive organs refuse 1
"f ]>nriuin incilidiial agents [ midnight Sunday. He wlI.ill lat i I |' !
eeni to properly digest meat, eggs } fi
imin needless
I' trtoiis; |iorliuin of alcohol i to take a seat on the vegetable chest .I|i and similar nutritious and wholesome !j ;
.u It iwMiuma have hereto- food but it is not because such :
: :, aud at that time a heavy sea was .J..i'
i "' >i-n"eil. I 'i food Is unwholesome, but the real )' ,
1 t" .,
1' U are alterative, antiwp1 : raging and the vessel plunged about !
.' reason is that the stomach lacks : ,
di e-ti\' ', anti U-you-l | 1' : '
fear fully. '
1 1"l'lIrl.-t,*tveetest moat suet I from disease or weakness, some nee'essary I) .
t "..1 1 iTuiiumical 111110,1 and skin I' Several hours after Webb had assumed '! : digestive element; hence : ;

'.liuim>ur cures aniltoniiMlijps- his deck station: one of the ; arising indigestion and later ou I : : i 1 ': "
eJ. Medium adult I
v(I"ill."I'xtf'rnlll 11I1i"JU.I. ''I''j crew started to find him to con'eyI I chronic dyspepsia. i I I ;:'1
; ..
awl internal treat-: Nervous people should eat plentyof II 'I 1.
and the man's absence I '
f, r every humour may now IMS I 1 I message meat, convalescents should make i I: !
dollar, conFi-this of Cutip was then discovered. A thorough 1 ,
one meat the principal food, hard working
to cloan the skin ('ut f
l l'url !search was made for him but he : peopl3 have to do so and brain ;; '".
\, to heal the shin, and t'uti"Ivtut -
: 1'ill,to cool and ctcunsis could not be found, and the coc- t i workers and office men should eat i j'i:
.1.\ A siiiilt! > set, coitin-j: hut I not so much meat but at least once a ,, '
elusion was arrived at that he had :: \ ; .
.iris j often ciitnVieut to cure the I '
day and to insure its perfect digestion
rmriii? tli"li6urin skin, scalp I probably been pacing the decks and !\WIj 101 I .
of Stuart's f.1
two : Dypep'sia
one or I .
"*l humour, enemas: ra;!hes, .
'.t and irritations, with low of had! been swept overboard by a hue;: : Tablets should be taken aftereach '
li'om infancy to age, when {)hy11 billo- Noise made by the mad meal, because they supply the ; : .l ,
., and all other n:medic fail. ,
and fruit acids
I waters prevented the others on the peptones, diata-e foll'"
i lacking in case of stomach 1 T I I .
t 1 I ship from hearing an outcry if Webb every I

OFFICERS OF i i!| made any, and it is possible that: the !I, trouble.Nervous dyspepsia, catarrh of I I i I I.:! .1..1 r.!,.

man's real fate will forever remaina stomach, gastritis, sour stomach :
i and acidity are only different .
mystery.The : gas I "
MILWAUKEE ;! Pensacola will immediatelyreload !I names for indigestion, the failure to l I .'

digest wholesome food and the j ,"
coal and return to Tampico, : "
i of Stuart's Catarrh Tablets : 4. ,
PARH OF eVER: ONE HUNDRED I j jPRHEHT althongh there is not one chance inA them all ,because by affording perfect (;' j I I 1 ,;

thou*ad thatVebb's remains will
digestion the stomach has t' M
WISCONSIN\ MEN ever be recovered.PENSACOUfFISH. chance to rest and recover its natural j':i ,I t'I I .

tone and vigor. '
TO COME HERE. I !Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the 'i r -' f
-- -- real household medicine ; it as *-\ 1"t'' ;; ." f

"I'I I' ... -T .\ ellt J. W.Li and pleasant for the stomach I{ : ': ,
the baby us it is for the imperfect ; ; ,
\ :
.w : :< I yt-terday: that WASJALUABLESMITHSONIAN digestion of its grand sire. ; '
: : .
w :, ... i"ii .Trow a special They are not a cathartic, but a digestive !i i : 1 I J :! .

..' i .' '...' X'-'ibulfcd train will and no pill habit can ; 1
: j jar
follow their use; the only !i 7.
\ ITiij not lf<3 thaa INSTITUTION RE ,1 :
J Ji
i Stuart's Tablets induce is the : .
i" i t i'i!i "1.I1i and bu-ine; i iII I ,
of good digestion and consequentlygood
:. ,.r f liutvuk\\I.: : all of ,, PORTS ON SPECIMEN SENT health. ; ; ; i I

*!' 'I. ,. -, ,"I the entire diy "
FROM HERE LATELY. : If you should visit the Union dl"'pot. hof']
'h' : .. '\ ',i- c :' p. m for New Or- or b1 In that vicinity, don't |

I I' I ii- | to drop in at Goldring's Xo.3 'aloull 1
You will receive a hearty j ',"')0
1 I W.-i, 'II': i ;iirty will com to I II' Some time !since a strange fl-h was and find the choicest brands of liquors :! } .j j jI

in from the banks kept in the city. ;
'-i i .Ir i fr. in Nu-hvjlleand I snapper I I j
I- 1 I.'. irriv.. :Siturd lY at ; by a smack from the fleet of Saunders Hot French Waffles with J < ",;

d, 'Ii" i'J 1I1! di i it"ly upon the I & Co. The 5p..cI111euwas for- ,' Florid". Cane Syrup at ;i | i i t. "
tr"' ir'Ui:. IMP! vi-r I'rs will be warded to the Smith*onian Instituteat r. ['f 5r J)

t.". : 'r-'. ''v :!'it> railway olllecured.- Washington for examination aud i! :
C&-1: .'. I ;iil' t i t II"h"1 E;cambia'', report and the following letters were I t {

wl: '. ', Irt, f. : IV, been ? I: received this morning: I J. )I. COI:, )lauager. j .

At i I"'. ikf.t-t I it I Intended that i \ :
17 j
t' i 1'la.' wiil
) r be FEB
proffered I j ji WASHINGTON, D. C. Feb. 11. TUESDAY::\ .. I / '
I' \ : ', ; ; it
I i f'f a hay cur-ion i } :
11'1 Messrs. E. E. S.iuii'lers & Company, "
f ,'j -I I h'1atif'; of thi. l: l'o-.telliee Box, 21, Pen>:acola: : GERTRUDE COGllLAN !I : I fi9

t '
1 ', :II it will be exhibited i! Florida. i ,;...
'1 ,. ,, Gentlemen: I am authorized by l
\vl l! bf t..ken: ut Hot..l'F. In DraiuatUstinn Maurice 1. }l
:Secretary acknowledge with his Charming Romance : ,
1 n4nl, 't
t"l'rePllt prr- thanks the receipt from yon of a
; I 1'. ', n-,)It: city ('ill !- ,y
large and very valuable specimen ofTrumpettlh .
;* ,
"Ali ti f Old l tana"The I
> 'Vr; : te in Jllt..r't- i or Flute-mouth, Fis- : "I
I !
'; : v '. iroui the northern TVIUJUT.J.U'RI..\. 1: i i. ," ,',.
> i
At the of M. B. A. Ban
__ I I'r request Original Massive New I i :
Ait.. nt Cur.1orof the Divi-ion of with Elaborate I
r "" ttty l rare Sceuic Production j :
\! ", .\ '" Fishes I inclose a memorandum Electrical Effects. I (
vfJTIIIhe YRCP hat' 1 \
r b ." {tyyrarcbymllllnnsol from him regarding this specimen, i' SPECIAL XOTICK-The Ku'lnc'', Manager ; I ; j
". :ililrrn while trrtblag fJr your inform lti w .. [o furnish four double two-horse truck. : .
IlMMKhrs the child
F' ,. Tour Iepectfully, baul the Fernery.Spats : "I> r:.t
'II\i >'tall ra1D.C'ur. Inc I 1 I, (
I .
<" W. I)C. RAVEXAL.Adaiinitruive i '
-t niiKty for Dtarnceas. : Oil SilwatCoe's Book -t
: {
; Assistant.I I Saturday at noon. !
lm--, I i .______ I
(... l II.y, I'rHl/ll.tllnl'\"t'ry part 1 j
C'I i I" u rive cents a bottle ONE NIGHT ONLY, I I
1' f'T'-rir-i.Wlnslow'sSooth. ASSISTANT CURATOR'S REPORT. FEB IQi \ '.*?
''t. 1'" '.' n'd take uootber kind. i WEDNESDAY: 10 Y
WASHIM D. C., Feb. 11. } .,

To the Assistant Secretary: I : .
k i .j
The fish received from Messrs. F. HAVERLY'SDirect i"
i'. It
i ,
:-. ; 1\ ':'"iifl t .1 FtuJio in room J.bhck E. Saunders & Cu., P. O. Box 21, I !I } i' i.1
y where I will give Penacola, Florida, is large specimen I
I I... I 1 ;
lr--'>V.jBlack- 'I'! uir own system and 1Vhite"Firuch of draw.- 1[ of the trumpet-fI..h or flute- MA5TMI&TRL H & E S I I I

*]-" ''! 1'a-tel painting and : !species inhabiting the waters! of the I I| :
from their Successful Run st the
-iLj.PW-I'iTanJ; Mug iziue Illustrat- West Indies.! It ,is occasionally: MetropoiiaTheatre,>. Y,,with : I LI

found along: the Florida coast! and
The Minstrel
h King i j
t'I\11 vtnu'ht large cl.i5e in every ; northward to the Carolinas. In 1S81 r' :;
la Grorgia and in many of thef'IK'ei my brother and I seined several GEORGE WILSON I I

frmalt'! of the South, s-o canedit I small' specimens' in Great South Bay, I I ,.
yu ; fa' a-lOO-and-X a-100
ai experience of twenty-1 New York near Fire Island Inlet. "
>" tf" in the stuJio will be i The fish is said to reach a length of Other Famous white Celebrities. Including I (
fuund tie! choice-t of':' the Worl 'S tamo ;: : :
collection six (6) feet, but the specimen forwarded J
"*> '(And> w,,rk \'t'r shown by a "ingle8rtlt '' by tSiunrters & Co., four and Carl Dammann Troupe, I i : .S I.' 'J;
an invitation
!14 extendedto
oue-half t4->) ftet long, i Hthelargestwe 'jr.f' '
"fr"u" to i-oine and see it, )1t"ru \' have aLd is From the Winter Circus, Berlin Germany. I! ;',
seen a very acceptable -
for :unctna are nioderjte. '' aceeSion.Very I Containing More )lIrlb.M..lody and : I ,f d
3l UslctbAnllnvl'omICOplr80r : 1
OI'IA.. MILLER. Respectfully Yours. l Extravaganzaever I
written al.o I
0. M.! 1" j or will sill you furniture B. A. BEAN. I I
t ,! Una MR. RICHARD RATHBUR.N, The Greatest Minstrel Band '
any otatr Louje in I I. I i
city. 1 Assistant: Secretary. that ever crossed the Continent.
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Women as Well as ]\
CATARRH WIt,. They Are Hot M Good Friend Ordinary sticking plaster makes a Saving Code That la Tied by Men

Sow M They feed to Be. ,Cripples and Deforms. good remedy for corns, as it keeps Telegraph Operator Are Made Miserable

.: In 111t1 itagea there When I was a little boy, I remember theta soft and prevents the rut-bins.! From the beginning: of practical telegraphy by

lAouJd be e3IIWIesa.! }flVLR sitting on my grandfather's knee and Rheumatism does not treat all alike. A little pinch of powdered suphur! there has been: a constant effort Kidney Trouble.Kidney .
Sonic suffer torture from the beginning
Elj'a Crezm DaiacJen'.esootIcindheai hearing him tell the story of why cats the atUtk being so sudden very, sharp put In It straw tr glass! tube and blown to Increase the capacity of wires

the duci-ed membrane. cS: and dogs are generally such enemies.: and disastrous that they are made help into the throat is a great help in cases so as to do the greatest amount of trouble

It cares catarrh and drive: My grandfather' said that long, Ions less cripples in a few days while others of croup. business In the least possible time. I courages and lessens preys arr.bitun tprn tue! ,T3 r'.8"
cuitl Itid bcajquick1 e' feel only occasional twitches of in After duplicate triplicate quadruplicate cf .r
way >a ago. before he was a little bey cats anfiJoes pain After making a linseed poultice and chsennthatiusn.t: :
/. ( were good and westlikt.oy the knees ankles, elbows and wrists, or spread it on muslin and smear it over and yet further increase In capac :si eir' 3
Cream Balm II placed Into the nostrils! spreads very friends the muscles of the legs, arms, back or code of abbreviation .
a system : was
with a knife dipped in boiling water, :
would lie had not :ire .
they so now noys
the nd i la !. neck but this treacherous II'r :\r--- ;
over mcmbice : a'-wrLwL Relief immediate ; disease is only \ ;
has until
'. ., the event happened that I am going to to prevent its sticking to the skin. grown a single .e or deac 1
and a curd\l "- It is I..t 4rjins; -dot* traveling by slower stages. The acid -
tot produce!!lee nj. Large Size,50 c u'i tl Dr I:' tell you about poisons are all the while accumulating in Salt water used as a garble; and I letter stands fur several words, and !r" == Kldr.:, {. **

gist or bj mail; TruJ Sue,10 cents ly mail! Once upon a time there was a certainMr. the blool and muscles and joints are mouth wash will strengthen the throat two or three letters mean an entire :

ELY BliOTIIEBS.iO Warren Strut.Xe" York. Puss, who with his wife, lived in filling with corroding acrid matter, and and harden the gums. It is also an excellent sentence.:

a comfortable old stable.: Mr. ru's- when the diseaoe tightens itt grip and : tonic for the hair as well as It a telegraph operator wants to say 1t \ ."'"" : : ...
strikes with full "supreme court of the United States," Fi' ;
Thomas his fir had to weak .
was -t name- eyes.It r.eyslft.e[ ..
Die. .'OflOIU)'. force, no he does not send twenty-nine letters, .... .
loave home on Important business. He cOl1stituTHE BLOOD is a good thing to know that If onesaCrrs a-es Ua; t' :.
1 have mad-' t'acsubject of how to tion is stro:1
for six answer his purinw-e. He slmp- "
was absent for three weeks, and while from tender gums and ponsitlvetwth I urine scalds the flesh: or if, W'
ninke lotLes last a t>tu.!y, says a society to withstand: its fear- AND : i Ilr clicks off 'scot us." There is a reaches an when it sh. '
a teaspoonful of cooking soda in u
ful blow and its ic-
woman "and It Is surprising how \ saving of about SO per cent In time by control the passage, it is jet., .
tins are cripple hot water will bring Instant relief. i(| ;,
; much difference it makes how a gown SYSTEM using the first letter of each word. If bed-wetting depend upcn it e: .,
deformed,or literally This is excellent: for a toothache too.
Is iIunmiL It should be put on slowly worn out by constant "it is understood" Is to be transmlttt'd.I: I'I'I the difficulty is kidney trout ; jj

and carefully. A little pull or jerk pain. Rheumatism is RULED For an ordinary: sore throat the out. j the Initial letters are not exclusively step should be towards the tn ,.

each lime it is ruins the ride of the throat may be rubbed at these important T>
: put on boon caused by Uric Acid V j used but it goes "i xu. Here **\ organs.
ACID nIght with wet salt and the neck then trouble is due to a diseased _
best of owns. other irriDT c. .
or some stands for "iol, as it does In "it is belieed "
bound with a narrow : of flannelRublilcK I kidneys and bladder and net.
"Xc\tT use phis. They not only tear tating poison in the sfi-Ip ," which goes "1 x b." A *-*
the fabric, but are uncertain at alltlmos. blood, and this is the cause of every variety with camphorated oil is,often most people: suppose.
If "out of the" is to be sent by wire I II
i Women well
Ito not economize on drcssniak- and form of this dread disease. Ex. beneficial !n incipient sore throats.A : as as men arM "-
of the letters the ,.
seven are saved for erable with
kidney and 1:...
ternal remedies do not reach the blood
ers. If you can't afford K do are by the one ; same g- .
consequently no lasting good.S.
and a good dres-smaktr also! eeouo- S. S. directly into the circulation MellonDlnliiu: llonm. i i letter "k. Then "f" means "of the." I The mild and the imme<",
rulxe! the CUfIJ.'r. < tindn- well THE DOG A!'I> IIIS BII.I goes Yellow: ii such color for
en >s and attacks the disease itself. The', a pretty a You could not guess in a year what I Swamp-Root is soon re1.l..eJ.i J
made is U-iter than half a dozen he was away Mrs. Puss became very : dining; roou. I saw a perfectly dear '
poor acid poisons that cause the inflammation i! "k a w" means to a telegraph: operator by druggists, in fy- f
ly uiailila conclusion: buy as jrond pick.; She sent for 1'r. Tido, who was :;8I'ol.utr soreness and swelling are neutralized and I, dining r.It:1 in perfectly)' dear cottage for the letters are u l'tiliot IHIMUSO cent and one dallarsaVflPfibOttieyma: -

material as y<'u ea: Have it mado bya wth the cats as he was with !J II the blood purified and cleansed of all irri- I I the other d.iy that miirht! be einulatnl '! they are initials, but b.-cjuii-e they: area sizes. You may have aflr[ ;=;

KI ..r. Fido called to see I Using matter, and nothing i is left in the ', ileli;:htfuily. The j ii 'ring.; was jtl- ii uln -combination.. They signify .] .r-

. tithe It) get !into it. his patient three limes. Each toe; :, 'I circulation to pro- lo\\,. \\ jilL 1\ htt'e: sprir Cower in it, and "a.ljourllt'I'ine die.! free also pamphlet tell. Rom '

Vlwu yoa are in It. have n" pect for I liifttr carefully putting: his spectacles ,, duce other attacks. very s-iiaple J'dluollktliuf.: curteins A telegraph operator knows of no ing thousaids aI about cf it. includes: r

the dr.,#s. Wai!; ". ith a i'iift.. ,'n'nIt | straight; he filt her pnl-o IOI..dlt hertuItrlie S' s table S. S. S. being avege-does hu..,; in straight folds at the windows. I good reason fur using fourteen letters! from sufferers cured.testimon In d.wr J

il.'e; it a pHil chaiwv! aid it j' | ardaid. "(Jo on with the cat- not impair remedy; the digestion In the! four corners of the rlMIIII were I when he wants to say "CoiiNtautiLojile I & Co., Binghamtcn. N. Y ,

will tit l-sou.ukin: ; fur you. 1 KciuoiuU-r i.ip! tea." Mrs. knew that catnip or general health I buIlt!: I'.ttle! bets of shelves madef ordinary ," so lie makes it "c p."-New Ii mention this: paper.

that the best of gown*, like the: garment was a good: thing as her graaOmothcrused like alkaliand potash remedies but builds i J'dlopiu.. wood pail! diagonally i icrl Hi raid.Ti .

of rightcou! h" s, inu t be well to five !: to her when she was up and jam ijjorates the entire system, and I, which! Li-lJ the fancy china. :Several I Din'tmake any mnttstnfinhpr '

\\orn." 'julte; :! bali! :;. C.i she t'Ok it nBTjLrly! at the same time makes a thorough and splashy priuiros-e: water colors I > UonlilTribune. Itpl'oeM.' the name. t; w

ai.dvas con alt! to gs t cruund again, permanent cure of Rheumatism. I decked the walls, and a p'llvJapa.- j A haIr! cut nnd a liver pill will euro Dr. Kilmer' Swamp \{< ,>'

Children's liii|>ul..-". j and by the time Mr. Thiuas returned White for our free book on Rheumatism.THE I nose matting, covered with a yellow he worst cases of poetry.-Chicago aidrp-i, Hitghaniton. :N

The famous I'lofcr-sor LomliruM cf I sh? wa.quite wilL Now )!r. and SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta, 6a. crumb cloth, was on the lloor. Some I every bottle.

Italy says that nearly all children are I Mrs. I'u-s had always looked! upon A Severe Critic.A tall )'cllow"UWH and squatty jugs were ,1
born criminals. What he means is their neighbor:; (I>r. 1'idu) as one of self conscious and egotisticalyoung I the only brlc-a-brac in the room. A pot

that they are wanting In the mural their greatest friends and continued to i of cheery: narcissuses: and another of

sense and that small children are much tI.1n until 1 the d.K'tor brought: in his : clergyman was "supplying" the I I chrysanthemums was placed in the win. I WICKE & CO.
I pulpit of a country church. After the
more Inclined to tI.) wro'ng than to doI bill. Mrs. Puss thought that as the I dow. The simplicity and lack of trash,
service, the Xew York EveningPost
t right Such Inclination is shown In doctor had I called her three says I the Joyous scheme of color
only on wire a positive -
he asked of the deacons I
one a
I I'I the tendency to act as aragl's-t" be times his bill would; certainly not be boon to the senses Plumber! Gas and Steam
jrrizzled. plain spoken man what he fitter
:! cruel and selfish, to get iato a rage and more than six inches in length, but, to thought of "this morning's effort." One is so apt to overcrowd the dining ,

scream or fight; when thwarted or dis her surpri.-e and indignation the bill room, which should give the impressionof :
"Waal, answered the old man slowly
(. appointed. Such a child often gets they recened was twciityvfne feet long! "I'll tell ye; I'll tell ye in a kind o' freshness, daintiness and simplicity. No. 6 South Palafox Street.

;:< punished by violent scolding or whip Mr. Thomas was very angry and said parable. It reminded me of Shin I'eck'a -New. Orleans Times-pemocrat
[i1 ping. This Is wrul1;;. The child is !ime. naughty things; about the: doctor AU Kinds o; Plumbing: and Gas Fitting Materials Kept on Hsn
fust deer hunt, when he was green. A Thousand Dollars Thrown
' 4'. only follow its natural impulse. and dogs in general and declared that lie follered the deer's tracks all right, Away. lI'FLIIPROllrtc js '. "Jo1)t"'IYHA., ...1.. .

1 What it needs Is not punii-lmicnt but j I I he would never pay the bill lie never but he follered 'em all day In the Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plainview, .

;;1;_ trIlnlu-calm. patient tl'lt'hln-wth! did and this! was the starting point of wrong direction." Xeb., writes, : "My wife had lung

:L firmness, but kindness.P.IIOIII the quarrel which has ever since been trouble for over fifteen years., We

,\(. kept up.-Harry S. Collins in New York nC'mo, log Temptation.Molhr tried a number of doctors and pent r1 SAMUEL CHARLES,
IIn,,;.. Ill'!-;!lIl. .
-( Stop that noise over a thousand dollars without
;"i Xo housewife? should I.f' without up there. Willie, didn't I tell you not any i HQDT AND SHOE MAKER
relief. She was low and I lost l jj
br,1IJtuII!:;;, H,'a",) ciutMii tlamul Is I \:nral ...In. AVnter. to pull that cat's tail again;: ? ,

Uj>t',l for tLOM\ .\ !-a? larsi1 enuush tn I What a nice! treat it would be to the \\ lIie-1 ain't puilin' it. ma. all hope, when a friend suggested I { REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

dl: easily adiiilt the brtsia I Is made with I children in a large city; to be able to Mother-You must be or the (':It' trying Foley's Honey and Tar, ,
Pi2ci-Id3| Wholesale and Retail Dealer
t\ the furry t>Mer>f the tIIIII'II"n.t..vut Ktt natural soda wntir from the earth wouldn't si-Team so. which I did ; and thanks to this I ; ; in Shoe*,; Leather Kindin.

:'1 two inches from the end the bag is !j without having to pay a cent for it: Willie-No, I ain't I'm Jest cuttin great remedy, it saved her life. HheU IMIOM': su. (to* sorrn PAIAKOSTHKKF..

E r stitched at.ros.-s thvs making a lH.sC. ;I :Such! g
, txtr.i wiping surface UTUS tln end of woul.l proliably close up many soda more.-I'hiladclphla Tress.o than she has ever known in ten

,t1!t the Ion"-'/UI. In the lam of the othir I j fouiil.iius of the drug-tores and lee years. \Ve shall never be without J. E. DUDUISSOX t9 BROTHER 1'OH

: j eud.i runs a drawstring. On smtpiugdiiys ertumi parlors, but in some parts of the : Heal <;rle,unoe. Foley's Hor>t>y and Tar and would :

lt the lirnoiu i is incased in this hag, I' Colorado desert water Imils up from Yours Wife (with a puut-So) I ama ak thoe afiiicted to try it." W. A. tI: TAUUAGO.N.i AMI IMrADK.NCiA STUKH1; : ..

I t tied tight around the hiiidlt and the springs si hidily C'harI'Itll; gas "bird." am I? You used to say 1was D'Alemberte. I

; walls clcantd: munch ln-ttir than by any that it is hard to keep corks In bottles an angeL: Dealer in

other or brush lly Inning I-I.\.j lllletl with it. It seems queer to Cud In Young Husband-Well. I still give CHOICESTOF Choice Staple and Family Groceries $

ral Mipplicd ti, the maid tin're will be such a de-crt country real soda water you credit for having: wings, don't I?- <

; no excuse for dusty walls. fountains supplitd by nature, yet, unfortunately Chicago Tribune. Our Good are Received Fresh
, Daily. They are too miny to eiiutnerutc' I
sirups are not furnishedto and Warranted to be the Best the Market Allords and can be I

A lltci Ic Tinic.I order with this smla water.A The first European city to reach the I Relied on We can Duplicate any Order Uivru u* During the
1 I.Inr'n Mimild IK carefully inspected million in population was Home (first I Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art of tbe City.

, from time to time before IM'IIS s. i.t to irf. Mm or !).>).. I century A. Pi,: then came London COUNTRY ORDERS WILl. RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.

; the laundry and after a pi*ce: i is repaireil l') 'o; are men that have got as big as I (ISOI>, then Paris (1S51). -

it should lie carefullyvaMied I their papj-.s. and girls: are women that I 0. APOSTLE'S P.O. Box326.
J. E. Dubuisson
I &
: ., and Iriti-ed and 1 md! aside until nil!! the will I..- joting l.ulicr. by and t.y. :MtnI : On. Minute Cough Cure gives a PHONE 66. ,

'(Y vtnitents of the linen! clu-et have been I Isiuxesst'iilly were mal hi {1.I'eVlllm ii.VIa n 1; ]looked the microbe which tickles me
! !Fcnttinizi'd! u-, l ac.iin | at Adam he said to hiuisilf mucous ,

'u a n : at time clears
same !
again and then he made I\"('. ' (Id In size and is l'I'I"lt'r\,1
: I draws out the inlhmlllation j| One car-load of Pineapples at f 1.71!
ti.i .niicli more tlifiicult: t" mend neatly if I Itij' ; Kve FO much ln'tttr than Adam I I and heals and soothes the allectedi to $2.00 per dozen. .A. :

the article Is lirst washed and \\runr. I that there have been more women than i i part One Minute Cough Cure MA.verysUCcIssoR

I men: ever since. Hoys :ua trouble. strengthens the -- -- -- -
: i thin driid in a lndy} and lastly. wards ofT ,
tarchc unJ Tiny wei.r out everjthing but Pojip. If I pneumonia and U a harmless and
: 'i I had my way, half of the boys in the never failing cure in all curable tGOLA> Y=< J ( TO AV'JKY t WDOLFOLK.;

HitDaniel.. world WOII.II'l' girls and the rest wouldbe I cases of Cough*, Colds and Croup. IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

: : An old v.'fuxl nr nit,rl.l.' mantel l cin dolls.-Young People's! l'aIH'r. I One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant: Grist and Corn {Heal Mills
: J Ii to take, harmless and good alike for
lie made I'.ct-natlxe HARDWARE.?
.1' quite by |ilirint; i young and OI 1. H-irgis
Pharmacy, '
:; boiksliel\es nndi nieath. If tin >'I j Tlioimht C.rninliiVn.i Anfnl Old. j j John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. fI. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop s,

. J')' the! eiiiire space, bins; a curtain t tithe 1 )!r. I'.ennett is a bright and well prewned J --- Maaataotcreri Iron, Nails, Axes, hnv.I"Itw I Mill and Kteamboat
, inanieWielf and l"t it fall to the old gentleaian but to his: little I| Hot Rolls, at 5 P. m.. lOo CHOICE MKAL AM) I'LUKOHOCNI Hupplies, Cooking and > .n Stoves, Paint, Oils

: floor in front of the >!Hves tu JTIHC! granddaughter: Maln.1! he !'l't'Ill'd"lory a doz.. at S lomon's.IN80MNIAI. Window Olasri. Guns, PI-I"h und Fihin? Tackle.

the JimiU-i. It tlu-y iKcupy the space < t old In.It'...!. STOCK FEKD. ,
the tireplau' tnly, attach the curtain t'J :She Lad been sitting on his knee nail i fctroaue Home industry, for there It Agate and Tinware aim if'):I, :irnrnisliin:; Goods.
. I every r..Bon yon shonld buy your Meal ant
, the top licIf.I looking at him seriously for some mu.Inelits ,: tock"I'd from the Home Manufacturer Lr.\GE FOR BIRMINGHAM: hULLING .MILL cmU'ANY""CQ

., one day when she said, "Grand for by so doing yon encourage! borne Indui- Revere Giant Htitched Belting
Emery ,
try. leer money U left In the community
I A Kill Itt', Ier.t pa were you in the arkV |i and yon In tarn are Indirectly benefited Wh el Co., L'ftin & Rand: Powder Co., Jo11ll On'8 Kil-

t ,; A uol KK n'vivcr for cither 1-wts orKOO Why, no, dear! gasped her afctoaislutl -,I IcfoiterlnR the home manufacturer YOt soni'i'., Iron tll? and Buck Stoves and Range Wm

l is uade by luilling! an 4/1,1 kid grandparent.Maliel's lit COil tribute the caaseof labor. You owt Cou .,. & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's
whlcb live
to tbeoommanltyln anc
"Ihia ., you
e been lining ( %'C' II :TS for I Made
Railroad Colors.
,; I..I'A\t tcp or a ]air If .ld kid jln\t<. eyes grew larlnnd round Insomnia with which I have been aft'k-ttd! for I which contributes to your lopport.

They will soon dissolve ai'd ftum a jelly with a-loiiUhmeut. "Then why weren't Oer0'1111 years and I ran say that('a&C"r.rets Masonic Temple @
------------ Pensacola Fla.
have given me more relief than any other remeI I
I' which !.. as good a kid reviver a.s you drowned dy I have ever tried. shall certainly rtcom- I
mend them to friends WEEKLY MCIIEDULI -- -- -
any cane can hl1 '. my as brine a'l they are J
represented. Taws. OILLAHULimaIII
" A Wonderful Jumper. FOB STEAM DIVISION I
..t.'is. A niemU'r of the London Zoological
during a visit to the
STATI oFOillo, ('tTv ov T4jLIo, I society Malay CATHARTIC COMPANY.

r LUCAS Cot: T\ ( peninsula discovered a curious insect Tralni leave PenBacola for the Lilt LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
('nll.-l the lantern fly which makes RAILROAD.IN .
' makes I F yoa.Blg liayoa. Warrlngton.Navy Yan
and Fort Uarranoai at EFFECT
, I i I great leaps without the aid of its 1.11101
that he is, senior partner of the j ( :30 1.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai TOSa.n
wines. It was some time before he at Yon Barranoai
10:00: a.m.arrive I0tt a.a New
I! Orleans
firm of & ('o. Mobile.
F. J.
Cheney doitigbuiuess
j' could! find out where its leaping power l:00p.m.arrlveat Barranoai lt pa
in the City of Toledo, :], lies but be at last discovered | gao p.m. arrive at Fort Karrancai 4:16 p n
queer 8:16 p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai 7:01111. No.6. .so,'. I No.2. 1 ;:; ; : l'OD-
county and state aforesaid, and that I projection! on the front of its head, like I Ia '8:00 p.rn.arrive at Fort Barranoai !:45 pjj 7:15 a 15:15 m llti Lpa"eP@DSaoolaArrln I I I .
i p sas' .
Fort Barrancaifor a :0011 V 3 p
BaKl firm will pay th<> sum of ONE, no-e, and this it bends back under GOOd Plennnt.! Palatable Potent Taste OnoJ. rio Trains leave Penis 5:50: a I 27p! 1:0' a Ll'ave_ Ylomaton_ L..e I 2:115 a 2:* I ,:it p
Never cots at p
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each :I the ah..lul1l.'n and then I'l'-l I Sirkcn. %%ea5cn.or ( rt..IUe..c.jCc. 11:00 a .:tp: 2"I5a Leave__ Mobile __ Leave I nftIIO'tn:15n! j Ii P
i suddenly ... Peniacola_
II CURE CONSTIPATION. ... at saoa. & ---" $:2. p 7KI a Leave _N .. frl@anlfM vavII :'JI 1 ,,'5
and every case of Catarrh that can-)I leases it, the effect being like that of a 8"-11"r 1..41 top*!., 01......IKnarntiteeil.. ..... h. ,.... HIN lluop, m. arrive at aoolall:45 p.. p : a ":.
Dot be cured by the u"e of HALL'S 1:00 p. m.arrive at Penaaoola.,...... l: t p.n
springboard. I j .TO.SAC SoIdand hf alt dm5.V 6UO p m arrive at Pensaoola 6t y n North.
CATARRH TURK.FUANK. I' ,1'110 ci HE Habit. TCOp. m.arrive at fentaoola_ ?:sp,
: J. <.:HEXEY. I Captain Leonard.Oh. 8:44 p. m.arrive at Peaiaoola_ 11:10 Do. :
'aturc1a71 only :iol. io. t. I No, I !'o. i,
: ; Sworn to before ine and ..ubcribpdin I will 1..? a sailor bold I OPERA HOUSE II:(J.'j pm 12:1511 m l.4'.e..,. Psn&oola.Arrtve! ':tJO p m 5om
" : iny presence this 6th day of December -I Anti sail tho stormy sea! 8:13 am' e57 pm Arrlv8., Montgomery _Leave I 11:15 a m VJii p at
Peniaoola to Fort Barrancai and return ib 1Ig! am ; 8JI Arrive_ thrmlngbans .Lean
I'll te an a.lmiral. I think; j pm u 8:3 a m ';06 p m
i ; ,:A. IbbO. I I'm sure It would suit me. I'eneacola to Navy Yard and retnrnM 1:06pm 8iOa m Arrtve..Na.hyalle .......Leavo I _'_ '_ _
-a. Peniaoola to Palmetto Beach and return ihSU9OAT I:$) a m IJII a m Arrive _Loollvllll _Lean I 1:15 m 1 4.5 lit
I t I IH'\L. t A. W. OI.1OX.: Perhaps ill be a lrate. too. .J. :U. t'OI:, )IIIIIIIg'r.HTWONIGUTS IOHXDVDB. 7Oam llsI am ArrIve_CtncinnatILea p I 8:00pm: p 1I:15plD a
And hoist a flag so black.
7Oam .._.,
1:30pm Arfl tI.o II.LfolU'tI .
I :15pm
.t t --.- Notary Public. Or p'raps I'll stan 'j: : Hall' Catarrh Cure i* taken in'Itit And "bring htr round" or "tack." open ooaebei.LeaY PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.

;' ternally and acts directly on the ,* ( PeniaeoU. Lv rort
, bkxidand iiiucou surfaces of the Of course I'll find some hlddin goltl I II a. m. 10 a. III. < No, No where
U a. m. 11 :io I1-DaUy 8-DaUy atop time not shown So. J-lJaUy o.FU7
'Itit In far dos.rt Isle; COMMENCING m. i
feud for free.F.
h i ystem. : testimonials ip.m. i ,.lit.
I'll often "scud before the breeze"In
Ip.m 11:56 11 m 7:00 am Lene_ Peolacola.Arrln 10:50 pm e:80 pin
I J. CHENEY & Co. Toledo 0 ip.m.
the 12:15 7:18" 1ob'mIa_ "
quit proper style. Friday February 13. Ip.m nIght 10:17" ItM:
p.m. 12:10": rl H H Ynleltra II It
1 Then \\hen I've made a fortune great. ip.m M moss 8:01'
" O AS TO HI A. I !shall of course, retire IP-rn. 1:1:211": r:18 II .._..Eacambla_ H 10:82" 6.7'

I ; Bun the : Ith Aa)1) ti And "spin long yarns" about my deeds SATUDAY MATINEE. (J. a. 1,... la 11:811:: "to ?TJJ::25:: N' It II ____MUlat Harp ___ "II 10:11 10:21"It 6:10 611'

Beside a roaring fire. PASS rom amrDAT U50" TB5 H "
dl O'ltCIt7 10:111" 6:27
I ;1 eJp\1Irt ., .-,(. aniMoii to art Barrm&eai HIT 12:11II": f:311 II Mlltoo. Ie 10:10 It 6:1) "
, :t, // rerhws you'd Uke to know Just why i. ard and retllrJL_____ at I 1:80 am U _Good Raol'_ II 4::.6'
-- I'm going to do all this. Arnold Stock Co. PIUloOola to Palmetto B.MB u. 1:66: .. 8:11 It __, Hottl ___ 1:116" 4:8 ..
i It's 'cause I've got a model boat 'lIt11. __ -oL.-_ III I 1:20 to 8:10: JilUUlao __ 1:10: II ':/1 ,
E. w. PEAKE, From my dear Cncls Chris.( No "11111..114 after 1:1ID, m.FEiiyrei 1'811": 8:18 N It _..Creatvtsw....,.... 1:11" 4.IO
:00" II H It
: 8'M: DeerLan4 8:60 IW"ID
f! No. 30 outh Palafox street, keeps And If I've such a splendid shIp! >>, FRIDAY SIGHT, : It 1:19: It MOllY HM4 U 8tO" 1:11"
Why then It teems to ra. tOI: It lsa: Ie N ..D"I'unla1t8prtllll. 1 8:18 It I:.. ..
1 'call bells, wires and all kinds of That I must be a sailor bold "IN HONOR BOUND." I tl5" I:" It N __ Argyie_ r:,, IBl :
I When I'm a man you see.I LLS 1'40' ':67' --Ponce de LeoIL.r:2II" 1:11
l i. electrical supplies. Have him dot 6:00: It 10110. It ___W..t..UlI...._ r:17 It 156

work. Call phone 203. I Try the NEWP" Want Column. bin4 1:011": 10:11' __ CaryTlUtI........ rlI" l45P.M ..
your 4. lor CHltHESTEK-H; DGLISH It 10'11) onUay..... ... eOII It 1:11:
,-.;..-. ___ _, __ Ladies Free Friday night if accompanied I.. KED mM iwM WUUK koM. 1:00": 10.7; It .. =:Cbtpley.-. N 1:87 It 1:1.. N
: n. : by escort holding one paid g:: .'tSbt.TbO.S.. "- 'T.h".at.u. ... R fIKIU.... em II 11:01 IICottonclal.._ .4 1:18 It 1Im Doca
-"' *
: 30-cent ticket. IM.. Ih,01,..,llnu.oe sad d .. 1:00" 112P II -KarlaAna....... N 1:00 II 12:1. "
Laxative Rromo!: ....... .. P-.I.... T.w...e..4...>.. TJO 11'$6 It H Cyprell._..... It 6:18 It 1It6 a III
Q1'PLJ oo every Seats on sale atCoe's book store. Z- 4 MR.II.ett.Iao. ,."" _.., .. ltO.. 1152 It .i := fan4 &4,._ 111M It 11tlTfi8
IlII ___ .
.n .8 ,
} 110I4 II It
Qir *Cold inOneDay. boa. 25c TICKETS, 10, 20 and 30c. all Dr"4, C1.... l w'_C.e.....c:! t. 1254 noon 8neadl 11 lCiJi 10W.; .
"boa IUO _Leave 1:10"
i O tt !t ..__ PIU..... P6< 1:11' 12:11" ArrlvLRlYiI S'anetioa

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WOMAN DEPOSITOR. palm the obelisk Vas gradually hoisted V STEEL TRACK ROADS ', "'Uf'
A 't,;
Into an upright position. In no case --
H .p Montr, and Got It, Too. has an obelisk been found to be out of Curse HARD
5\1t' Gut thOne Wa>' *he 'aa'ed It. the true perpendicular. EXPERIMENTING WITH THEM IN NEW Fh

the YORK CITY. .
busy season.
I:I y I i!;
\t'ry moment was precious," Whit Men In Slavery. OF
t -
Tr'a,! : Uint teller "a woman present.aolKH.k Slavery u BO connected In the popular How Thme Highway of Steel Are

e4': ,1.1 r .. and asked) to have mind with the dusky hue of the LiKer Built and WUat They Cost-The Im.raenae BRICK { "P

,'r W"II"Y, which amounted to ?GOO. African that it seems hard to believe Saving In Haulage on ThU DRINKCURED

-.i'I 'I'l\l i ty4 'iMtavor to save needless that only about 100 years ago white Comet tie of Itoad".,.

: i'L! thli-king that she Intended men could be sold into slavery in New A..
v"rl :i In the The rural commercial and Industrial V t
sky comes ,
pajnu-nt to some one who York. It arose through applying the Thl-
t.tlh : : n the star of health Interests of this country have been so BY ;
: "!I: the money, I redemption idea to poor immigrantsand : :
1\,1 the weak and
t"l: I IHT! if blle Intended Landing: all obtained: equally in all the coun- famous remedy to weary despot much and accustomed railroads to to depend upon their canals WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. lira ON HAND r ]

i,, I"YWY o\cr to one perhou; If bo a tries of the United Kingdom. A man cloesforthestomdent dyspeptic, transport
'" j. ach it to market that they have habitually Ko tatte. AV Wor. Ian It girt in plain ,
JOtl' would her that which products oJ
..,,\ !i.ijrk"! ;:( answer In England, wishing to come to America \\\ curing all ..
1 launabletodofor the arteries over ratertea or coffee tcithont patunfi Lnoirliilge.
j' as well aa the cash, besides would go to the correspondent of \\ stomachtroubles neglected .HALF
: Itself, even if but \ traffic viz, W bite Ribbon Remedy will cure or deitroy
\ nil originates-
anddigestive which
nearly .. tl
American house and for e
IT'r.: I some a certain thedi en ed appetite for alcoholic stimulants
disordered 4.
slightly \ \ the highway. Tanners and whether la contirmed
1:1;' me with one disdainful sum of money sell Hrnself for a common tbe patient a .
'I r.- or overburdened. \ disorders.Kodol in the country are Inebriate, a "tippler," social drinker or V
other living I
.. ." r"Ilil..l: period of from one to three years, as people drunkard Impomble tor anyone to bare an -TO 'l.'iI
h' more interested than other citizens in appetite lor alcohMic liquors after using ''r'ff-
u.I 1 u "'i the money. the case might be. Taking the moneyso
..'j .. : "-11')" was duly handed out in raised, be would pay his passage and \ the construction: and maintenance of White KiDboQ Kemedy.dorerd ONE MILLIONJi:
After good highways, yet until a few year by Members or AY, C. T. U.
,,", ",]r ii1l. sjwncliug some that of hia family to this country. Immediately -
I.'I ,' \ HIM minutes in her efforts! upon his arrival in New : supplies the natural \\ ago they displaj ed obstinate antipathyto frl. Moore.prl'sl superintendent Wo- :; xl:
: I Juices of digestion! and 1\ favor of iniproxing man's Christian lt>mpt>rancH lDlOD.'o- j
t ., :.11 1". money all the while lick. York his "time" would be put up at does the work of the '\ \ \11\' help any movement In tura, California writae: "! have tested '; :.!
j < .r : :wrs regularly she handed auction and himself sold to work for \ \ \ \ the country's highways.The bile tIbl01 kemt-dy on very obstinate
i' ; stomach relaxing the movement: made drunkard.and the cure have been many. Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing ; fit
11'"i' :'i me. all mixed ui, with the the stipulated period before he could nervous tension, while ,\ '\ brst systematic In many cases this Kemedy was given se-
.. be considered a free man. Many men the Inflamed muscles \ 'i Ii to improve the countrj's highways was creily. I cheerfully recommend and In- :t
I',: 1 .!, to leave this with you who afterward rose to great and membranes of that :\' \ originated by bicyclists when that dot.. White Ribbon Remedy. Members ot -Sl
proml-I our Union are Uellgted to find an economical !
: jit wanted to see If It was nence came to this country organ are allowed to \ II form of amusement was an active living treatment to ad: us In our temperance i[: ff
I!-' rest and heal. It ',I I Automobile work." : I J
1 I distressing conditions. cures \ force, bays a writer iu the ,
V, 'i ,.I .W n year operation was ____ I Indigestion. flatulence, \ Magazine. The bicycle fantasy Druggists or by mall, tl. Trial package --- i ] '

;. '.lit: 1 was ready for her. To Match IIU Match. I palpitation of the heart has passed but it has been succeededby free by writing Mrs. A. Townsend for( "* *
and t
r nervous dyspepsia i
.., I Landed her sIx one An Englishman;: was in a smokln all stomach troubles by even a stronger JIIoH'ml'11t-tllat of years secretary of a Woman's Christ- Capacity 50,000 y.fdefllillan t f Y

: ,' 'ir Mils. Much to my con- compartment of a city train a little cleansing,purifying and automobiling-and the people! interested ain Temperance Union), 218 Tremont : .

f:: "mi'Mc UiKoviunturr, 'lie while back, and at a certain station strengthening the glands in lioiscless carriages:: are agitating St, Boston, Mass. !Sold: ini'ensacoiaby I

j: ': : i.'in: ;sajin, 'I \vuut those a (U'ni'an entered the carriage and membranes of the stomach (strenuously In favor of improved high- Hannah Bros.. :il s. Pdlafoi StflA1ER I

i, .1! "n.* took his seat oppQMte him. When the and digestive organs. vas, and the influence they exerciseas ,

V : i. :ruilndfliiLIa Times. train had !'started the foreigner, noticing I a class promises to produce important - -- - BrIck Go. :F.l
: the other's! cigar Inquired if he I results. All they need Is the gALVet ,

:\1.1\ t:". .\ncimU Motrd !Stone. could give him one. I K dol Dyspepsia C co-operation of farmers, and others interested -. r
tho rnost h.UnEl iiv In th vvulA Pine Barren Fla. i i 1;
the : roads to haul V
.. .:- .1,1 ot.clisk found in a The englishman, astonished at in having good -- I' "I

( :'.%.lie showed how the an- request reluctantly pulled out his case Tour Dean Call: Supply You. their; produce over. 1 It

the native rock.: A groove the best he could find and take match I the trial size,which sells: for:;Cc. inaugurated: ; a mo\cnu'iit which is calculated i- Oman II>d bciuiu BALSAM... the h*! .!; .V I, if't

Iw undry of the stone from his jxtcket and light It.fll'r Prepuei kj E. C.DeWITT 4 co.. CWCAGo.I ) to effect :t ri'uilutiuii in inland on them at the corner of Gar- I'rumotct ft luiumr.t ,rull1h. J '4 i\
; : Never Fail t() Hectare Gray ;
.1 .t number of holi-sinto which i taking a few puffs, with evident enjoyment transmutation if it meets with the support den and Aicaniz streets for carpenter = to its.i.Youthful ft hair Color.u tkHi "", V n

\. u.ilfs; were irmly driven. the German, Learning U t his it de-irves. A few uioutus ago and electrical work or phone Gtk). V -.anJ|I">at UnFfa .
1 1 ,'.C was then! filled with water, companion through his spectacles, affably -I Roy Stone, who has made a i :' :

: -\\.llcd wedges cracked the continued: I I John Rheppard.Harsis'! : Pharmacy special study of roadmakinz. in an address .

,'..' whole length of the groove. "I vould not haf droubled )'OU. lut 1 !Sidney Kaim.Soet before the Automobile Club of.ILu'nieu '.
:: ', bed block was then pushed had a match in lucia boggit mill I did I I .\ strongly: advocated the use, of The Star Laundry ; ;; .

i ,! i"I'>|iiiii rollers made: from palm not'at to do mit it."-Chums. l Compflnloiiihiit. "tl'dplatl's for making highways HIs v
) nn<
t-" '" n Lirge: timber raft on the edge bavins homo one arguments wire so convincing that 1ii
of L
The privilege Busiest Best I l.
: i I. :\ilt>. whore it remained until The Mantle of Cl>nrlty. with whom we may exchange a few Mr. Charles : I. Schwab, president of Biggest, | : ;.
.' mnml.itlon floated the raft to States Steel >oratiou, offered
T. : KniersonphraM the United eon I
"I>id he marry her for her money' rational words every day as
i.; ,. i where the obelisk was to be the choicest gift in life. to provide at his own expense 1 I V ;'
asked the J'irlln white 's it, is f
"Well let's be charitable and say he We are rich in society and yet poor in steel sufficient to lay a mile (ot the

; "- iwls of bands then pushed it did." answered the girl In !gray "Thi're companionship.: I n the oerfloxof roadway recommended by GeneralStone. They Speak
rulers an inclined plane to thef One block of that steel has j
(j up is nolS e casting aspersions on his chatter\ we are star\ed for con\ V nf the temple! where it was to stn'dew York, .
: taste and judgment.: "-Chicago Post. Social life is so largely an affairof been laid in Murray .
ft !1. Th-> pedestal had previously representation, it inclines so largelyto a street noted for Its heavy traffic, and ,

V :' placed! In i><>Mtioii. and n firm The balky mule is an animal that canw8l'1 the s-pictacular and to what its tests of the road were recently made. r for Themselves' I ,! I ] I :
r '
c: .'. I ly of sand covered with planks: at both ends and yet not work at chroniclers designate as "social functions. The results, were a remarkable domoustratiou < 0* .
|. : .e top of It. Then by means ofr that the element of conversational of the value of the system.It "
of dater alL-Baltimore Xe\rs. We let the Shirt, Collar I r :
-' !i-j-ers an'1.ropesmade intercourse is almost eliminated. was found by actual experimentthat ,I
-------- __' I cent greater and Culls we Launder speak for 1.l : '
Yet, primarily Is not that me supremeobject a tractive force per ,1
of all friendly lUe(tin:;? When was required to draw a load upon themselves.! They will talk louder r j' r t

fixative promo Quinine jg ftA on every we reduce to first principles this complex the rough stone JKM emont! than upon .Lai. we can. We want to be judged l \ i ".A\\
Cures a Cold in One Day.Crip in 2 Days(!). :SfjrWClassified \ *. 2Sc thing called living; do we not go the track or that, taking the power necessary more or the work we do than by 'I') j, ; .
with him? the load the pavement
to our friend solely to talk to draw upon what: we say. t. }
I)o we not invite him solely that we as the standard, exactly o'ii percent '

may cvhnngc: Ideas and compare of it was saved)' using; the rails. j r : 51

Advertisements. views on sulijcc-ts\ of mutual interest? In starting the load the advantage; In ;; '
ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Calif for and Delivered Free ( r -.
Still IS tliinzs go. people meet nil favor of the rails was, even greater, as i

---- I through a season In the nii'Kt of grouj but one-half or one-third of the usual TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. : j t 1
iin-1 t l.roJnt dinners receptions entertainments forte was J'l"lu l'l'tl. l

ONE CENT A WORD. I of all kinds-w ithout exchanging The steel rails used in building these WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager. 'j..t1.|

--1 I : : one word in tl.e way of true highvvajs are forty feet in length and 1'1.1
i intereoursi'L'cLange.. a foot in \\iolth. The UPJKT surface is -

11A.111 UUI'S. not polished. It I is a rough finish, lout: -.:,. .;.__ ..,':__ .;,,_. .;. ..'.-_ .. __ 4.. ... .1.., ,_ __ -_*,,.r.- .. .V .1'I
I ...... roughened l.'-: -- '''''''' '' '-* -y tS'- -'- '''''''v- :' \ '
MONEY TO LOAN MRS. SARAH BEIUNK-Manufac- *>nifl TV us pO. nt School.Not not coirugaled nor ('specially .'J'1' : 11

turer and dealer in Hair Goods, : only philosophers! :ml lid diuiu-s, iu any wa). The wrtinn of thorails '

O.i., : i, -' I' ': ItJl le terms: and Hats, Toilet Articles Hair Oil I' but some of tie n:
w, "": 1:1 .V'. etc., S2J: \Ve-t Government street, Nts, awl l rillinnt: humorists!: were dull bar. the turned down portion at L

.1 U. lU'LLAUD, r enough as lio.v. It his l" 'cn said ofSwilt cither side being jilnmt one and a half .:.. -IIE\Ltitl IS ...'J j .1\,
i- S ,?' l' o1ll"x.t t'p-ritiurs. KOK I-SAL.L;. I in his! l"--t days that "he dis- indies in depth. Coarse broken stone :

J, A. WII.MIN, Manager ;;l.1 L.lp'.ll'ilhl'r! the blasting lightcing) of laid in a trench about fifteen lucia I i
---- FOR SALE-Fine bay mare satire or the lambent Iwi meteoihUecaricatures deep and (If the same width constitutes t CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES il : a
M)(I.\I-.r I HI I.OvNV.. U. Merir rubber tire run-about and barne, I And A ,
humor. rails rest.
of frolicsome which the i'
W'O' -. 1..1:1. : .\,'eitt. Money to complete. Mare kind and gentle, the Ill'll1plln | ;
this vigorous disputant was ciiiiberel drain tilt at the outer wlgo of the bottom H.New Florida Syrup Fish Roe Etc.
IMI! at t r- i-":. LIIL!,- rate nf interestu child can drive. Apply to Joe : ( i I ii
..1 I ., .VhtItV._ ()HHcB 112 and James. All for |U50. Tfeblw a fit sulijcct for a fool's cap at of each trench insures buJicient I' f 3V: .
!IIII"I ,ut.i 11:1: 1.1_-"IlI-tr..t. -- st-hool. Afterward at the Iniblin university drainasre.On I:] FRESH SUPPLY OF :[:; i i "t .. .t

MOXK10 l.KND: im improved A the IIAHOAIN"finest re-idenca can be had and most in one desirable of ,I la blockhead"lie ,was" who by wa scholars" denied esteemed his degree I gravel top (or.f very the broken fiiio ston stone and a i siom ltvt'rof ij; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS t;|; -- : ,.
r,. ii i -' I', in or ainallaii sections Northwest Hill, II on his first application and obtained dust is hail, in which the rails imlx'ilthemselves ) : OF ALL KINDS. (:) V .1 j
.. .,
.iii. : >- .! low rat" of ill! te.t. subject to guaranteed leae at fair : it with groat dilficulty on the firmly. Joints-, consistingof .
L'i.1: "L! I. '-1.L ., E. lirok.., attorney for three years. Plan of house: can 1 SI'COIHI.I.lllIllon Standard.V flat plates (If steel rhcted! to each (;) FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.'I f(', ; \ 'I'Ii .\.

..111'1't i >. 1'ilafox St.; Kiheii be seen at my office. A. V. Clubbs! rail under the wide tread! and! heavy I,,.]; "
ROBERTS, ; ; ; : l
i I u. i h ;3immitiii1cNEy 1 I'enncoia._ __ I.nrKC Department.Mr. fish plates, bolted to the turned ulowiilsrtIoIi4 :1"i .

-- I FOR SALE-The mo.t !'6a'I'I' Mi-llrkle was showing! his wi: j. of the rails on each sid.\ afford tJ(;!j 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Dtpot (!), V l.. i'i
: TO-DAY-IJO you need i iI" the workings of our congress.The ; continuous and !smooth surface. :
Ion in the city on easy a I' It oil e l.i. lVn"acola ria. r-'
1 .V r..u can borrow any ftroit Free I'ress represents her of the rails, thereare |jt; ,

.h.' V '\ ,'u want today on easiest thEFi.IH'r Heal Estate Agency Isalin! : ns putt in:: to her spouse this intilli-! To prevent inserted spreading the roadbed at intervals Dk"i. ;,.a-u-- .'....-- --..,._- ,",., .. .;..,d-r.AiII. ..... ...--.-- ,.-e-' ,,.-- .-.-. ,to,,_-'.. : ,':.0;,\. .
I. ', .,1) l-wi-t rates "u where 2 ,1 ,-I- 'in improved city real __ I pent question: steel tics bent so as to clasp the rails -1 I. I. 'J..!
V : 'i Win. Ki-lie.r, 2U4J2 S. I1JIIL. "I'.ut where Is the framing department and hold them securely' in place.

l 1' A ;>" .. .t. lu-tl -- -- V""The Every person familiar! with teaming; VV

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, 110 In- what?" is a'V are of time great:: reduction (lC whcUresistance I HALL & KLEIN ; r t
IF "1 rlllllln the papers that laws were results from the wheels ,
rot w I nt t.) oorrow money, in- teiideueia. Everything new ; all that
*. :, Moderate framed in \Vashinuton she explained.The being run on till' plates attached
: .- iu-ure your property modern convenience ('f a wagon :
i''i cts of title, buy or rates to transients. Desirable day to strict car rails. If the day 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. j i.:

1 -',It\, rent property of boarders taken. ijlm-: Hrnl Tent.Haiilnp ever wines that: the country roads are :

I I I... i I,'. "u, have rents coil I I tried to sell those!' t'iamomls laid with steel runwl.'S. tie: saving; '"
1 .in taxes attended to, FIlt..I'-UI.-\S-\ board cm be I Ixmcht of you and was told people who have to haul freight; ovt r Staple and Family Groceries j- t1

ire-,. TIHI_. C. Watson bad at the New Commercial hotel. I they were not ellllllll'. the roads will be iinmi-nsp. 1x1s'ri- '
41 ''v u K-ut and liiyiiniuce.A IIU lutendencia street Popularrates sell them?

.. I I'"i-acnU: FI.Char who buys teI'l to tran-icnt'*. 2:5jlm: I ,1lrlllll-1'1'll'wl'll'r-lIill! *:roll for almost ncthics. incuts made have by shown engine that rs t a>f high horse' riputatioii ran' Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. : : 1.

V 'uwe f-veryoue will lend money l1uardlnu llouio.r.OAUDING JewelerV you ?o hack and try haul on an iron or sh'll track: tifty-four 1 r \
l "' lIuihl a hou-e. S Ml I I to buy them. and you \\ ill find out thatthey times the load It can haul iu sand, thirtysix Poultry Eggs and country PrnducE. :
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HOUSE: at Wheeler i i are gemiuhiie.Newiirk Weekly. times as much as on au earth '.J 1 .

Spring, Mary Esther Fla.. ;Mrs. road, thirty-three tinus as much as on Telephone No. 358. ',- ". .:1l'
.\.=''1'1'U_ I ..llilf Condition."Yon I '
Condon, propne.lres. All the Ill Ili po a stone trackway, twentj-tive times as '.-: >:/"f.
comfort of home at very rea"ona I say you can't afford to hire n much us tin a plank road in good order I t'
It \V\: : YOUNU MKS from Northern touriM* will 'i clerk.Vliy don't you get your wife to
V ble rate goodMacadaLi
:ummtl. nine times as much as (Ill a ROYAL It oncw t<. preUnit" find tins an ideal place to spend a ] Co your tj'pew nting?" road. Most (If the roads that STANDARD WHISKEY ;'tJI

V ;, iu the OJH.runrllyto portion of thteon.. 12nlm I i! ''Impossible! Sht! wouldn't submit fanner have tll haul their produce over .s

V. :Mate Corrn. Iu't. HJ; IV.\. .._ to any dictation."-Richmond Dispatch.\ ,I are earth; roads, so the change; to sled 8 Years Old, in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts! at S3.20 per cast ; ; f

la.iiiiieduttly ,. would increase the haulage eighten; ,
Cedar KipiiK ---"- -
lwlm, The I-a..y t'iIi.DeVitt's times. The Introduction of such an improvement '

-- '- B. L DIAMOND, the tailor Government', has re1immd !' Little Early Ri"ers do ought; to draw the cordial T hIM! WHISKEY I distilled at the Nelson Co. ;": '. '

to ll'a \\'p"t who wishes Ky., Ii-tilery! and is fully matured in wood ; .
:i not gripe nor weaken the ?y tem.They co-operation of every jK-rxni V f
\ colored Express
two street opposite office'l billoune: : jaundice, communities before bottling it i is absolutely pure and not :' :
V \\11.. unl1 -r-tal1d. putdwiehe where he prepared to cure to see our agricultural 1-,
celled in of the n'i' .1
constipation: and inictive liver, by should : qualityby any Whiskey same ,
and senile .
and tome ClIIIII \;- pair and press ladies' : prosiH'ring; as they ir4isL'r.4euieral
the no matter where produced. The Royal I.: r
secretion moving
the ,
IVn-acola Athletic 1111>1\'"' t.>il mr m\ilp."it*. lIijlm: arousing ; Stone says that this style of V
i is old when bottled and l
biwels gently, yet etfectually, and eigbtyears considering "
12 :3: !giving such tone and strength to the roadway can be laid down for al>out its! excellent quality: U the cheapest whitkeyin r V f} t
\\ :N char1 I glands of the stomach, liver and $I.I"M) a mile and that this character of the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa = J i

-fotralptr-ousuf_:uid In each ANYONE wanting bored well-, : bowels that the c.iue: of the trouble : road N as practicable for country as:' an absolutely pure stimulant, there Iii i none better. : lt:

!in this reputation: required) fence po
-. :'it and IH county\.t'ru"e old e-.- or dry goods line will do: little pills exert a decided tonic effect nmre than for ordinary stone roads. k gi indicate contents. If purchaser upon examining it a
1 wealthy bu-ine houei wi-ely before purchasing to *ee D. upon the organ/ involved, and the whiskey, is not -ati-fied with the quality La { 'i, '

i uieul: ,;ytaiidini Kilary M. MernittOlive. FU. jl'lmH.ALFMAN : if their use i;; continued for a few Petroleum I'cr Koad Protection. can return the Fame at our expense and money y "
V there will bf no return of the will be refunded. V
W V kly wth; expenses in addi- umbrella maker 315 :i days trouble.: HargU Pharmacy John The vast! amount cf damage that has! All orders should be accompanied by either r f". V
mid n1J1i'ablt\ cash I -
South Palafox street. Recovering beppardSidney Kahn.NOTiCE. boon done to loads in the east and central t1GETyIARaoLa currency, postofflce mr'neyorder, bank draft or express .! ,
from head I
i Wedues'day and repairing/ umbrellas and ---- states by the heavy rains last summer ,V.u, money order. We refer to First National I
Horse( and carriage! fur'IMI Silk covers I forcibly to Bank or merchant in Pensacola. r: ", .
\\ : mcesiry.: Heier- parasols a specialty.: calls attention rather L any rr. 'l
always on hand. jan 3 t effect that petroleum has had -
Euch"l'llalldre""t'd: en- I tI I have been authorized to take the great "

('lJloLi, l Co.| Caxtou C".nl'ul (L'-t itfl'". !' -subscriptions for Wm. Jennings on the California roads in preventing : S. A. FRIEDMAN tt ;
1I''i\. ur..h-lw : -- 1 Bryan's paper. "The Commoner.The the washing of gullies across th' roads. '

-V. CARNIVAL COTUM E:5-Iu: velvet price is $1.00 per year in ad The matter Is worthy cf investigation. ; ,' ". I.
Men t<> le'iru' btrbtrA :Silk, Satin,, and other material 'vance. Those desiring the paper V SOLE PROPRIETOR, PEXSACOLA, FLA. a ,

.\\ iy rii-li for barberin *. can b p rented at :Mr. E D. '!can have it sent to them by seeding: Till oirrnnicnt anil Good Road :U.
i V: "".'ire now Year saved"od. Nord-trom' Millinery Store. Alo I the underined. I p o. nox 4is TIJ:I'lfO\1E. 170 'J'
j l.COto is
com- '
i -.'.! :tjtealy: : practice, Mak. Fal-e o"'i ;; and H. M. ROCHE A< long; as the government I1Ii! 'r }'t J'
mitti-d t'i Int"rnallDpro\'ec.wnt it could) _, ________
iiia, po-ititiii and El"t Inten- i Care Daily: sews.c'rax.xA. .
('VI! lottIe mailed: freer I I! dcucia street, near l'aLafox.c4'LPc1.x.A.. I spend it! money In no way more lirno- j IA.'-.-....flMA-.--% '..I I
handle tbs of
I ,
La-I every ; Liquors sold In .fi j
than In -
!ILuber! College, New OrvANrE tidal to the greatest: number
1. 1. I .. i : ,, us good raids.-Kxtract 1'rom a '.-.V bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, ut prices thai 6' "
riving kid!! Van Hate Av! ,rs ft" the Yo Hats Ass! B srl Stieeth bv lion. C. A. Iranan. are way down. V .. :,._'

\ -All kinds of empty beer J 11-.1-- 18-Mo ct# 11.-- I i : AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. : ::)
I '''Its. 8.: A. Friedman. c9-tf srr Only lOc week- for the N EWS -f

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: STATISia'cs.'The ................................: .
F Has Stood the Test. CAUGHT I I POSTAL !

number of pieces of matter of all i MEYER'Si |
i kinds mailed increased from 000,000:; in

There Is a .fam/Iar eijT: lsslon that"Truth BURGLARS IN 1790 to 7,424.300,321) In 1901.

like gold raves the brighter from contact The frst :years Iss'ueof postal curds i ODD AND END f
." In 11k6'maun't the merits of "GOOD 1573. nuiaU-ml 31-.094.000, while ia1'JOI I"
.JTCK Baking Powder t shine forth more l>rtl- fwI,014SOere issued. I II |

Uinty when comjtred*ith compctiUre brands. JERY ACT In 1S 1 money orders to the amount !
'GOOD LCCK" produces the lightest, most ,I : SALE *
cf $1I''i.l were issued while in 1'JOI o .
wl..I"some breed and I*delivered to the cone J
the total amounted to S2:: 4.34tCGT. IF I F .e
nmerat the lowest price at wlili-h a thoroughly I I I i ANY PERSON "'
eliab'.e tcldug powder.can be sold. lOcVnts In IS .S. the ycarinhich stamped e.. e e o e /e el'ee e e
per pound. TWO HAVE ACKNOWLEDGED THEIR envelopes were first issued, 0,000,000

1 were used while in UWl the total was Wants SHOES, we want to see that person. We also want that person

Richmond, Virginia. The registry:: system was started In to see lour SHOES, and a better time to invest in SHOES has never presented

I BEINC SOUCHT. I&;;;. and In that :year the registered itself as our MONSTER
I pieces numbered G29S:.: In 1'JOl: they

f..e..1 j numbered 20.S14.5ul.;

From June ;o, 1S47. to June :30: 1S51.
i SOCIAL ECHOES i ;| Mrs, J. M. WiIllamsw.13awakeneJ I II i I .(;().';.:)) postage stamps were issued, .ODD AND END SALE.

l, at 2 o'clock this morning by a noise i I II j I while in the single year 1'JOl 4,320- ...

w ........0+ .......... e made! by someone chopping wood. :i 273'jJt; stamps wore used by the people 1'

I Tae occurrence: was so peculiar that of the United States. SfeglS; NOW GOING ON $
A most beautiful
i: In 17S) there were only seventy-five
given ye-ferday evening to Kev. I I she went to the door and .....watched II III posto:ict's established the length of

Horatio W.1'. Hod-on by the ladies i I and by so doing saw two negroes endeavoring the i-ost routes being; -._.;) miles and Our stock must be reduced-all odd lots must get out-so :you shall hau: the

of .St. Kalh -rir.e's Guild! at the residence the gross revenue of the department benefit of the SACRIFICE.LADIES'
I to eater her husband'splace : .
bolus only $7.510.:: The expendituresi
of Mb Emily C tiniith. The ; .
I of business. (She watched until -i 1 were $7,360.There --- --- --- ------ -- -- -
incited and with
gallery was hung
she secured mental description were hi 1001 J,5D4: postofiices SHOES. Misses' Shoes. CHILDREN'S
Japanese lanterns, ai.d here the or- a good SHOI.5.SI .
1 in tioratiou. 511, OS miles cf post
chetra wa placed which furnished of them then aroused her l routes JC..l40,050:) miles of mail service $3 60 Patent Vici Lice, Welt ?2 M Patent Vici. Lace, Welt LO'iei, Lace Butt.

delightful: music during the tours of I !Sole ...... ......:...... ... 2 is .. .... ..
husband.: In doing so she frighti i performed. The gross revenues of f Hole, Il!:2to2! .... ?206 to 11.... .. ... .... .
tile reception. The decorations wtiea I! the department were $1l1. .I.lC, the 3 od Patent Vici Lace Turn 2 00 Patent Foxed and Tip 1 25 Vici Lace or Bu*o "
enema of the thieve, but two of them .. .... ..... .. .. I.'l' .... .... ....
bamboo, handsome; palms aiid expenditures ,113O:;.Gu7. Sole .. ... 2 7SI llji t2 1 C'J: to II.. .... .... .. .
been 1 i5'iei Kid, Ruttonor Lace, I 1 00 Vici.! Lice Bot .
have captured and from evi- 3 (00( Vice Haad-spwed Turn or
p ttd plants; in the parlors the : I Sole Lace or Button.. .... 239: ]11.. -. to 2.. .... ...... ... .... 139 to 11.... .... . .
flowers wera violets! and white cat- deuce given in the city court thismorning MarvMou :Medicine.A : I 1 50 Vici: Kid Untton or Lace, I 1 00 Patent Leather.: 1..1'<

nation Here Dr. Hanson was in- the pair and another one I II 3 UO Vici LiCP.Dull Kid.Tops.'elt 11!.. to 2.... .... ..:. .... .... 1 is to 11.- .... . ,
laeilicine vender in .
patent a country \\ :; 241 I
I 1 25; Yc-Illuttoll or Lace: ll!ito 50j \x Calf, Button. '
tr.)dued by the: Ilsv. Jesse I:. Hickiirll.asMstf will! serve a time in the phosphate I II | ullageis; dilating to a crowd 2 50 Vici Kid, Lace Extension I 2...... ...... ...... ......" 8'Ji rile Vici, Lace, fi to S. .
p ;i d by Mrs. W. S. Key=tr, mines. I upon the wonderful efficiency of his Sole .. .... ................. 171 1 CO Vici, Button or Lice, 11'. ., I, 75c; I'uteut Leather L.

s Mrs. L. Hilton Green, with Ir.DuIJson. I, I Ii iron Litters. 2 fie h Vici Kid Laced or Button 1 fe'j to 2............ .... .... ...." ClcMen's I to Sj ................ n
In the capture of the two negroes i "Why," slid he, "bte\e Jenkins had 2 W Vici Button CommonSense
fuilr'arJu., and Mr. i I i j 50c Had S"l<*s, Lice (>i I.i f I.
J. W. Dorr wirden Mr. Officers Parker and Hum preys did only: taken the bitters one week when Turn Hole... ...... 1 89 1. Shoes. ton," bt 6.... .. .. .
junior ; : Ii |
I he was shoved into the prison for murder I I 2 50 Vici Button, Welt Sole ... 2 1J7 to 00 Patent Kid Allover Bin- i( 7"e Soft Sole*, IS Stvlp- .

Hemmesat-dDr.. S. Hall, of St. i i good piece of work. j| and what does Steve do but opena 2 00 Patent Tip Lace, Cuban, cher ................... ....$3 81 Soc Soft Soles, All Color.Boys' .
Katherine's vestry, to over three Mrs. William: ; attends; to the business '' win in his arm and take iron enough Military and French Heel 1 C4 5 00 Patent Viei Lace Exten- :I

'hundred guests who called to meet out of his blood to make a crowbar I 1 75; Lace Extension hole, Heel sion Sole.......... ........ 3 7'j : Youth's and Little Gents'
of her husband at the southeastcorner and Spring Heel..... .... 1 :29 .5 00 Patent
the of honor. the Coronar Monkey i iKkiii I
distinguished guest with which he pried doors open I
1 75 Lace Patent or Leather .... .... .... .:.
The dining room, beautiful in the i of Belmont and Alcaniz and let himself out. Tact:" Tip 121''I Tops # 79 Shoes.
3 50
Patent Vici, Lace or Button 27G
graceful decorations of pink and streets while he is in the country. 1 75 Button Extension Sole... 1 21) 3 oO Shoes, all kinds
and styles 2 76 W 50 Patent Vici. Lace W .1
I 50 Lace Button Heel
or and
white carnations and ferns was Monday night an attempt was madeto Inckj'No 3 00 Patent Enamel Extension 2 41 Soles! to 6'.{...... .. t: I
Miss : use o' talkm' said Mr. Erastus Spring 118 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf Kid 2 .
Katherine 00 Vici
presided over by Kid Lace, 2'4 to 5' f)
Smith at the ccllee and chocolate force an entrance to the store and Flukley. "dat brother o" mine is a 125 Lace Extension of Button Hole Patent.Tip 89c Lined................ ...... 241 1 75; Vici Hid: Lace, 2'., to f- '9
when the lady was aroused this mighty; lucky man. He alma has mou- 2 50 Vici Kid, Plain or Cap Toes 189 1 2-5 Satin Calf, Lace Plain
1 25 Common Sense...... or
table assisted by the ladles of St.Katherlne'e Lace fc'Jc
I 2 50 Lace Patent Leather.... .
ey. lOOLaceCommonl5ense...... 1 bl Cap TOPS, 2.!" too'. _,. v.
Guild and the little I' morning grew suspicious at "lut you must remember that he is 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 175 Vici Kid: Lace. 13 to 2. 49

girls of the parish, who served once. She did not wish to disturb much more industrious than you are. I Toes, Lace or Congress... 1 49 1 50 Vici Kid Lace, 13 to 2.. l-

dainty refreshments. After the reception her husband's rest, as he had work- lie isn't at all afraid of work" Ladies' House Slippers. 17. Lace, Box Calf...... .. .... 126 120; Box Calf Lace, 13 to 2. 01;;,
150 Heavy Satin Satin: Calf I 50 Vici Kid Lace 9 to ):i. 'I"
an elegant supper was ed very hard the day before and "Dat's jest de point. He"were luckyIn 1$1 Rhoes.. .... .... .... .... ... I 22 123; Vici Kid, Lace, J to 13. etc
75 Red
bein" born industrious. and Black
+ served the receiving party. -Washing- Quilted New Orleans Hand Made Cable

.needed sleep. She silently made ton Star. Satin Fur Tops.. .... .... .. 139 Screw Shoes......... .... {)Sc
t I 1 50 Black Julietes. Fur Tops.; 1 Id
} Mr. and Mr*. \V. H. Knowles will her way to the door, from where I Ills HarljPromise.. 1 50 Black Felt Juliets, Fur I Merchants ing this Shoe.Men's are. not barred from buy I HAS BEENS, WOULD-]IE INVENTORY

f give a dinner tomorrow, i Kt. Val she obtained a god view of the grocery 1 "Does my boy" inquired the parent Tops..... ...... .... .... ... 87cI Slippers. AND FAKE !KALE<
b entine's evening, complimentary to i 75c Black Felt Slippers, lined MUST GIVE WAY M) THE
Admiral and Mrs. Wise. i iMis t door a short distance away I II j ji i i "seem direction to have a natural bent in auy I Ii Black Barjre !Slippers... .... .... 21c I, H 25 Vici Kid Black Opera.... 99c ORIOIXATOKSOKlHEORr.ATAXD
I t one I
i and for a few moments watched a $I 50 Felt Shoe, Leather Tipped 1 00 Vici Kid; Black, Tan or
!! "Yes. sir," said the teacher; "he gives Ie"Cry i Lined Lace.... ...... 1 wi j I Wine Color............... file ONLY
Daisye Hyer entertained lat negro standing: at the corner keeping ;i indication of being a captain of j' 1.25; Felt Shoe, Lace or Con- j! 75c; Black or Brown Alligator 39: :

evening complimentary: to Miss Rob- i watch. When she was able to get a i j j jI I industry some day. lie gets the other jrress, Lined....... .... ... S9j: !i I lOc Whittemore, Baby Elite, ODU) AND END mi!
ert-ou the guest of1 rs. W. K. j boys to do all his work for him."-Chicago Black Serge!Shoes, Lace or Con- 4bcMeyer I Combination Polish... .. fis : .
I \'itsulIicitut to identify the black'J
Hyer. The center piece was a hand-
J she called her husband and informed .
some va-e of Anieticin Beau'y ,

roses, and over the snowy cloth wa him of whet she knew. Versatile.Mrs. I
I5jones-Your husband I hear Shoe Co.I
:b scatterea Urge purple violet The j Mr. Williams made an Investigation is quite versatile.: 1
name cards were two little heart
j but could find no one and he uoi Mrs. lrown.Smrthc-Yersatile is no I
tied with white ribbon and at each
tilled the station. His little name for It. Why he can actually Feet Furnishers for
police Only. 102 South Palafox Street.
place a bunch of violets was placed. I stay out late every night In the week

f Fourteen guest, were present at this 1 I,. boy went to the depct and reported I( and not Rive the same excuse twice '- (!,

delightful alliir. the l facts to Officer Humphreys who I i Philadelphia Record. I P
was soon after joined by Mounted
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Brent entertained &
. i Officer Parker. I I A.GREENHUT Pic
ri' last evening at an elegant MARITIME. .
I Mrs. Williams gave the officers a ,
rt} dinner. Twenty-two covers were I I
1 i laid. The house wa decorated with minute description of the burglarsand LINE. 1 I .WHOLESALE GROCERS

handsome palms and ferns. Ia the in a short time afterward by I ... ,
I" parlor beautiful Bridesmaid roses ': hollowing tracks in the moonlight (Clo'-elmrn VMI, Hubert, Loainzo The Pensacola St. Andrews and I :

.' il were effectively placed. In the I .I I Marques 6er55EutmaflKtretLisbon to outs to flyer Gulf Steamship Company has fixed I I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA.
i I arrested two negroes named Marshall ] Bros the following schedule and rates to .
library the flowers used hand- -
were I
'; apply between Pensacola and the
, /1 -.i-ne violets artistically arranged Irvington and Arthur White. I TLEAKFD. points named : D. HALE WILSON'

1'1 ith fern In the dining room the I i At 8W a. m. Officer Parker arrested I Br so rlanton.lill. Gulf Transit I bCIIEDH.K. ,

d-corations were all iu magnificent: I Armstead Scott. I ICoforBremenwitaeasIrhalescutton additional I
r cargo, >'nluelat l..ifJ7Ital Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa

:It American: Beauty r )-e*. 1 he place I White was living on Belmont for bkHllfnzi,7ol.Wrnoiiftll 1'altrnin with :\;",iiii g,by ft lumber ltncaccoarm cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 Real Estate and Rental Agent
: cards were hand painted American, I l1t"."18 ft saw a turbo,7c been timber I o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile ,
Beauty with .Ir each street and Irvington was boarding value (5rll train and the P. & A. accommodation -
ro"es. uame |
Am *>ii IVnsacola. 1'111.1'.h.. by GulfTransit 'I' train. This will enable a lJSs: South Palal'lIStrcet,
I with him. It to White's home
llff guest in gold, and at each pi ie wa To fur 'lampico with 'Ji ton Cuulnluo leave Mobile
DMIJr person to at u p. m.,
; a handsome American Beauty ro-e. !t that the footsteps led and he was: \ n Manchester Inventor.Parry, by I make close connection at Pensacola TELEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACOLA, FLORID
I Gulf Trau..t t'o for Manchester uililitional and reach Ht. Andrews the next --
| taken in charge. He was; allowed togo I! j
The table: with its exqui-it appointments cargo of 15ridos ft sawn timber. 47(1
!' [ sqr bales cotton 4m bl>U rosin, talus }JI.Dili) morning at 7 o'clock.
' of silver and cut gla-s free, as no evidence was given 1,
I' rASsKNfiKll: UVTFS.
'was covered with smilax and rtd !' against; him. Scott and Irviugtou i R REMARKABLE E OF CROUP. I BRAWNflRSOLE4RKNCETAKING ?
The from Pensacola
I I -- j passenger rate
satin ribbon. The hand-0'ue can
j i were bound over to the county authorities I A Little Bey's Life Saved. I will be a* follows( :
Pi delabra each: end of the table were I I To St. Andrews and St. Andrews
I and Mr. Williams at once I have few words
a to regarding
shaded with red, and the center say i points-1600; round trip $10.
: piece wa Amtrican Beauty 1065 made an affidavit against them. I Chamberlain's Cough Ileinedy. It I To Apalachicola and Carrabelle-
saved my little boy's life and I feel $StO; round trip $15. SALE
J This color schem- wa carried out In his statement Irvingtou said '. Thee fare; include flrst-ciass
1 :
iu the cakes and ice. I that I cannot praise it enough. I 1!
.fi : I that himself and !Scott worked on 1 cabin stateroom and meals.
bought a bottle of it from A.E.titsere Further information can be securedby

j'.t Rev. J. H. Bicknell returned to his : Mu-co;;ea wharf until 1 a. m., lof I Goodwin, H. D., and when I got I applying at the compauy's offices

J home in Washington last night, to 'and after that hour had gone to the : home with it the poor baby could I iiu the Thiesen building.A ...BEFORE STOCK...
ofl '
J( the regret of his many friends here. i store to carry out a previously arranged -: hardly brPl th", I gave the medicine j
i as directed every ten minutes until
I I plan to rob the place. Scott I "threw up" and then I thought sure GOOD HEOOMMEXHATION. 78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 54 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth, in all

{I! THE WEDNESDAY had inserted a conveniently obtained he was going to choke to death. We "I have noticed that the sale of suits all wool worth $3 special sale Colors, regular |l yard, this sale! !hW!

had to pull the phlegm out of his Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tl.98suit. yard.
picket in the door and by strong mouth in long I Remember we carry a full line of
I great strings. am Tablet is almost invariably to those Five Piecen Black Shark Skin 41-
i Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at
; MUSICAL!:i efforts had endeavored to burst the poiti'l.that; if I had not (got that
Hi. bottle of cough medicine, my boy who have once used.them" says Mr. prices to suit everybody. inch Dress Good latest out, regular;:
I bolts. The fastenings] were too would not be on earth today.-JOEL J. H. Weber, a prominent druggistof l Look at our Show Wii.dow for $1 yard. this sale 89c yard.

I I strong for even the stout picket and DEMONT, Inwood Iowa. For sale Cascade Iowa. What better rec- prices on Ladies' Underwear.We of Ladies'. 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goods, wool
The Wednesday Ma-icalmet with by all druggists and medicine deal- carry a swell line and Hilk, regular II this ale
the As he ommendation could medicine yard,
I hungry negro. wedged ani any Flannel and Silk Waists at prices bo
]ill Mm Hiene this week. Miss Bessie i ers. have than for people to call for it everybody can wear one. 74c yard.
he would slide steel
opening a or
tap I when in need of inch remedy? Try 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Three pieces All-wool Black Hen
; Ba ;;ett and Mr*. R. E. L. Cresap
'i nut into the crack and by that euuw: xuziCLtt.EITfl them when you feel dull after eating Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; rietta. silk warp regular U yard, tim
were unanimously elected active when you have a bad taste in drawers to match. sale b5c; yard.

; II t members of the club. The following 'I means would have succeeded had I.dD EK the captain,owners your mouth feel bilious have no appetite 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30 pieces 30-inch All-wool Tricot

I not tho movements of Mrs. WilII I ts nor Emma eonhllUU'IS will of be the German or when troubled with constipation worth 50c, special 35c; all colors regular 35c yard this sale
s F program was well rendered. for debts contracted responsible by : and you are certain to be delighted drawers to match. tic: yard.
i.1mi them.
I "Bend Low Oh Ni'ht." I frightened Irvington the crew of said vessel. with the prompt relief which 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts frf'Just Received a Full Line
Dusky i s. id he stood watch at this time and A. KIRST they afford. For sale by all drug- worth f 1, special 75c; drawersto W aistings, regular 25c;: yard this sate
14 Kroegeu: Song.-Mi>* Buriosr.Taucrede I Captain.Consignees l.ifeblt gists and medicince dealers. match. 15e yard.
(Overture) Rosini i! saw Mrs. Williams appear at the 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's I 47 Lidies Ready-to-Weir Rainy-

jl Iiano.Irs. Rutherford and Mrs door one time. t ,I We have just received our Hair Undershirts, worth fl.50. spec i I Day Skirts, worth $1.50 Ipeclallial'
"i i ial 51 drawers to match, in White, 98c each.
Brawner. i It also developed during 1903 line Go-
{ today'shearing Mardi Gras of Heywood Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladle Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
i Chanson provencale E. Dell Aqua 'that Scott was the negro Carts with all the latest im- We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts guaranteed all wcnl,

-Song.-Miss Heine. Shirts and Drawers, worth $3j; spec worth $4, special sale $2.48 each.
who short time since 'provements. Call and
I a ; nearly mur- see
The next meeting will be with i ial to close $1.20 each. I 60 Ladies' Black and Colored

Mrs. F. E. Brawner 1001 X. Palafox dered a Greek near the railroad Ball them; they are beauties. 25 doz. Boy's- and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts worth $1.60 special
I and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 9c each.
E Wednesday morning Feb. 18, at shops on a slight provocation. He .Marston fy Quina. 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured

ten o'clock. said he was the one who struck 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts worth $2 50 to f4, special
Hot French Waffles with Red All Wool Undershirts at 60c; sale fl.W to $4.98 each.
Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's "that Dago 'cause he hit me first." ,.... drawers to match. Roady-to-Wear Jacket, our price

I' Swamp-Root, the great kidney,liver The "Dago" referred to is about Florida Cane Syrup at We carry a full line of Ladies': $1.48 to'S each. You will save

and bladder here remedy from house, are,free.being Have distributed daad. Tuesday 1i4ht i Feb. 24th, Solomon'sI that Men's we and ean Boy's save you and 25c Girls'on. Shoes money looking at ours before

you received one? AT 9 O'CLOCK. I Remember-We carry a fall line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at $l.&)
"T-- CENTRAL TRADES COUNCILThe went to Pryor's furniture house of Men's Clothing Bougnt at COc on to $5; worth nearly double.
FIKST-CLASS MUSIC, on West Government street and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-pieca

MALTA-VITA. Central Trades Council will I. LARGE DANCING HALL. furnished my entire house for just Just yt price oft other merchants. suit, worth,f 1.50, special 99c suit.Don't .

hold a special meeting tonight, to one-half of what I expected to pay.
The demonstrator for the All maskers will be examined at
Vita Pure Foods Company is at !SolCabn's. i! take up the street car controversy. the door and no objectionable char- It was a surprise to me, and I don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you Look

acters will be admitted. know why I remained single so long. at Ours. Remember the Place
Call and be served with a 'PORTLAND CEMENT a

sample of this pure food product. $2.50 per barrel. A. V. CLtBRS.Corner TICKETS 50 CENTS. F. E. BRAWNER.

12f3t Bru and Garden Streets. Ball begins after Carnival Parade. I Jjadgiu's, fife Qfst fer pc. IDS s. Paiafoi St.



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