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 14, 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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t :: f : i "making: up" to another woman another In the voice expression in the face, .
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,) 1. := .....z. .- "9J away iossip was already saying that ;; a fairly large package into the I the barn with a bucket of water In with her husband. : 1 ';.
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( .;;""'"_'7.,'"'t. '" ', gw : he had jilted Mrs. IJnrbrMge and that j I building. Nobody bald a wo* I to him each hand. At any rate there was a If the Widow Luptoii was attentive[ { .;,

) .to' ,:. = _. :z I he would speedily lea,} the other to tile 'I about it when he was g in, but soft spot In the woman's heart for him, to the wanderer, she was a thousand : .

I _. 7 .;.::: ..: altar. When the old /gossip; had departed I when he started out with natkage and she was always ministering to his times more devoted to him now that 'I I ; 13
: Widow tturbriJge was heard sayIng ,I he was held up made to oj and to comfort She pave him one of the best she knew he was the same John Lup- ,! "

; .:.,'. : I I explain all about himself at is busiueis. rooms In the house, sho would Insist ton she had married and seen starting 1.;) J Jlll

"Thomas Parker jilted me for another The good sense of the .s is ap I on his receiving tile daintiest !bits at In the pride of youth with his regiment i I

; HISS FLORENCE EEXiH.J .: j woman! Never on this earth: I parent.At table, and If he came In overheatedshe and had since two years later i "14 ,

u ___ will do the JIlUiu. I will write Ira. 'I the capitol it is againc e rulesto would gently force him into a mourned as dead. And John Lupton, i .j '

:....1 ) I:. Kl'uah131 Maria street, Ottawa, Ont., writes: at once that nil is over between u carry any sort of a bunt Jto the hammock on the porch and often sit Jr., rejoicing in the return of a father ,I .
Iut she didn't. When she got all I buildup The fear is that somebody fanning him. Indeed, John Lupton,
"A tew months ego I caught a severe cold, which settled on my whom he had been taught to reverets ; d
ready, she disptm-ntl that there was will carry in a bomb. The rule was fearing that his mother might take It I '!
died ceased
who had in battle,
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'j.!;-. 'rd remained there so persistently that 1 became alarmed. I i
no ink in the hou"e. Simultaneouslyshe never enforced rigorously until the senate into her head t worry
fj'ic :ICC! ;ire without benefit, until my digestive organs became took the Sherman, bill. { .
made: two other divox cries-that up ifin-al was beginning to think that he had 3f marrying.! : ;

L; .', .7/1 J my head and back began to ache severely and frequently. she loved the widower and that jealousy i At that: time the public: mi( Mjecanic bettor be sent away. However, when AXXUTTU OVEIiTOX. .l

/ ?s advised to try Peruna, end although I had little faith I had crept into her heart fur the I ro influenced against; the delay in the Lupton cr.ine to this deeision the hayIng I 't' i ii

,-c that I was ready to anything. It brought me blessed first time la hir life. Ye, she was in senate that violence was feared, and \Lad come rmi'id again! and, to tell i'' f't j\

n':\; ... o ice, and I felt that 1 had the right medicine at last. Within love and ready to say "Yes," and her j the rtIe'a9 put into active operation the truth, John was so fund of the oil A Curs For Lumbago. :

::.". .' \ .. si was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect. eyes !lashed at the! tho'JzLt of the contractor I and continued for some years. man himself that he put the matter off. W. C. Williams, of Amherst, \'a., f ; \J

;.:'1' : ':.1.'. saying sweet things to any other Then dropped' out of sight until the One dIY McCain* was driving;; a load says: "For more than a year I suffered I "
hi'C the greatest faith inPeruna." F. E. KI NAIL \\oiuniu She liiiilly muehultM to Spanish; war excitenu'iit came tn, when of hay from the field to the barn when I from lumbago. I finally tried 1f ;!

.... wait for him to appear and then to encourage lit was again enforced as it has been the wagon; upset and he fall, strikinghis Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it -E Egave !
\1y :.1 l.ewareot >: ntractTlio -{ bought; a bottle to try. I am pleased him to pop the question for tlic more <>r less rigorously; ever since.- head against: stone.. He was carried II, me entire relief, which all Iothf'r
\ coM wInd fond that I did, fur it brought ppoetly relief. ,t i r"
dif had failed
New York Mall and Express.Snorbalts rero" !! to do.
ninth or tenth time, but when it camel unconscious to the farmhouse! and
r '. i "f winter ore espetarrL It only took about two bottles, and I I Sold by all druggists and medicine t. ':1
> o'clock; : Jn the cuing and he hud not the village doctor was calk-d. The case 1'
:, :1l dcrwgePt' ansi lered this money well ei ent. dealers. 11
sii'peared bile became excited.! It must nrougltlWnter. was pronounced (critical as the skull -- ___ : t ;;
'. :: You have a firm friend in me, and I peaking of drinking water," said I
be true bunt the other woman. was injured, and a surgeon came from -
t ', ":1:1 of catching not only advi-w. ?its use to my friends: ,but fora File That Kill Spider. : gi
10 chick the demon of tae of a group of men waiting the city! who performed the itrationcalled .
:, Jealousyhaving 01 .
J : t..ken. It fortIt have purchise4 several bottled to give to shower to over, "the best I ever Flies are the natural prey of spiders, .: 'f' :
gnawed at her heart for an pass trepanning, or removing; a >r- .
I ,_ ,Wit colds and those without the ; jn there in Brazil
:;" t : ca- meaiu to buy, and rlI1kI nUlld farm. yet strange to say are ,l
ns on I :! ;
hour, !she put on her bonnt and started tion of the skull. The first words spoken .' .
t,'fr',. havo noticed without exception: that it \Vo lived on t<>t> of a clay hill and some flies which prey on spiders. These !
McCabe after the effects of the I'-
She didn't knowwhere by
'f: f. :; ,\ ": !t kr l h'rs one young has brought: about a speedy cure where- exactly had n well very deep, sixty: feet, I daring little insects do not differ much : j '
but somehow her feet nmrsthetlc had passel off were:
'. Mils '
w'a: '; '.Peruna: ever It Las been tiaed."-Miss Rose flcltOIlut it never had water in from ordinary tlies. :
., carried her through the village and any "113, hi, Johnny 1'eb! S 'e'cnt run!"
g-! j: .: : ,-a lkl.ular society Gerbin;;. it until ten years ago. A heavy snow They lire hymenoptera, and Pepsis 1 \ : -< ,

a .:1"g l .1 l"J.llt, lad, and she If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory : along the country highway. She wanted fell that winter, and uncle tilled the Turning,; to John Lupton,the surgeon oruata la a typical insect of this kind. i ; 1 f s
,. ... to M-C if the widower was really l Visiting asked !him if he had cur hoard the I
a: : i ;: results from the use of 1'eruna, well with snow lie rolled up balls: They usually come upon the spiders j ; ,I
., the other widow. If so, they patient! speak of having teen in the ,
"I: '.1" I k 'a" JO:1:: c1rio in the write at once to iJr. Hartman, giving a until they were large enough to go into when the latter are unprepared and ,/
and the army, to, which John replied: that he '
would be seated in the parlor,
to. : ':: f..) thinly clad I full Statement of your ca<=o and he will tilel'lI cleverly and then dumped sting them to death. .j

..'- I ." V :,: h Fettled on mv loe pleaded tugno you lus Aaluat'ie advice curtains would be up, us in all farm them in until it was packed to the had never heard him speak of his early A spider after being stung once baa .:.

:-. : t ., I I'uld not Fpl'm to gratis.Address lw u!-,'.v. As she left the village behind life at all. All listened: for more words sufficient strength to hide ina I..A

,,, !:, I L ,:rd a greatdeal oft 1A I I>r. Hartmnn President of her the jealous woman !suddenly stumbled top. They were packed so closely that from McCabe but his mutterings were generally tuft of but his shelter > ,, t, .
did not melt until late[ the following I grass
\Jlu.a I, ,- cil.l catarrh and I The ll rtmau Siumariuiii,CouiutudOSavtd over' a Log sleeping:; in the road they !summer but when they did Incoherent When he came to himself, temporary service, for tho pitiless 1 1'HI I,

----- and was clven an acrobatic llinz._ Some the surgtun; ordered every one from
returns and completes its i
-- they produced a supply of water I fly soon
Scure Cold for Three Months. by the Sheep. women would have turned' at"fndingtheir never saw surpassed for purity sort the room, and the patient' was kept- work by stinging the helpless victim i i ; : I .j ji;,

T i;"\\11' b-ttfr from A. J. I A T.oUe City (Ida.) little girl started hat crushed fat as a pancake and mt-s or coolness. It was delicious. \ their dress covered with dust but this ti> sit ut and rl'l'I'ire1I'its from the j t:
:.1 I fate: .\ aloe, I n'l.t tells ":-: to this well, always
:; say
and 1
the divide for school J .i
; across family Then the startling discoverywas i }
with teeth
did not. :She pressed on
w' '
: I j-nll'rfd for three I one dry before, has produced' a plentiful Milk 01 a Food. 1 ; ,
her terrible made that he did not rememberany
w i M'vt-re colj A drni ?- shortly after departure a shut together; and five minutes later acute supply since. The water, while not as Milk as a food Is a perfect one for I : ,il
'i i ': medicine! snowstorm sit in. As she had Into the ditch. of them lie had had a few words: '
ne her ;
come ran wayside {:god as that from the snowballs, is the very young Infant only. In adult .)
: -' .i., lrherwf for me, not reached the schoolhouse l at 12 She was badly rumpled! as she climbed still excellent and celebrated throughout : with the surgfon, who told him that life it is often of service and may save R '. ..

i ,. '' 'm'i, iMip'',' I then tried o'clock it was feared that she was out, but she consoled herself that it the ndhlJorllOoJ.-Chicago; Inter the year was two and not ISO I. as heauplNsel life, but It does not afford all the materials ; 't' !'}<.
: '' -uiil Tar and and he had doubtless!
emit that
JEfQ,eubtltdte3. lost, and accordingly a searching wiis night and no one could see her. Ocean. : [ required for nutrition. Moreover .. tl
been lirln for with-
,1 :, 'f'' V. i.-rte. patty wandered our the )hill*, hoping Her third adventure was with a belated thirty-six years it yields what is not required large "tJ
whielman. lie whizzing! GHll, Sot In China. cut remembrance of his own identity. .'
came Heart percentage of lime. The latest researches .1 .j
of the
TO SUBSCRIBERS to find some trace poor along the road at express speed' having The Chinese, says the Shanghai Mercury The subject had scarcely been entered show that this Is not BO greatly i ; ; t
OUR little at last found her : e .
girl. They no light and figuring that all! honest lay stress on the amount of galla upon before the family doctor, who on account of the quantity of lime ; ;

i "-. 1V"-worth will toddy in an old fhedwith a number of folks were abtl. That bike struck man Las and not on the amount of now hail charge of the case, forbadehis : contained In the milk as because the '" .:

'' sheep, among which she had cuddled the woman all over, and when she returned heart Thus we read of Ilou King, : patit-nt either to talk or think about salts are In a form peculiarly adapted' ; I = i!

t' = i -ie: city: circulation of down, and thus escaped Icing to consciousness the found herself who was governor of llonau in the It under jM-nalty t>f probably losing his! for retention In the system.An ;

S- '.\ -. HP will[ sixth that he captured a life. nut now that McCabe hdIt) recollirtUm -
take subscrip- frozen to death. climbing the fence into a field.She century, once : .}
of those with whom he had Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. I i !
U j ", !h i :t all accounts. -.* \\wondering what she wanted rebel named Li Cheh brought him Into ;

there when she fell Into one tf the the market, chopped off his hands and been living ai Interest was aroused in "Some time ago my daughter r -'i-U

W -u\\- rth has had lar e ex- Murphy Mnrphj'a, Yale's Sharp athletic Eye.Mike trainer, pits of a Ilril'kyurtls the excavation his feet ripped up his heart and cut finclins out who he was, that ho might caught a severe cold. She complain 4 1'j

1- I'lrculatinij[ manager of has been pleading with Captain Urill was full of mud and water, she: was out his vitals. The victim, however be restored to his family. The doctorquestioned ed of pains in her chest and had a Ii :. I :::4

'. not liuit, but it took her the best part continued to jest with his features Undistorted the convalescent. bad I her Chamber- -1:
-u v j ijv-r*, and will make and Hooper, center of Exeter: (:\Ia s.) cough.; gave I .
lc; X h." v ;S'fviceof the sat- school football eleven to ::0 to ewHa'en of tt n minutes to pull herself out She and his countenance un "Are" you sure your name la McCabe lain's Cough Remedy according to 1 .- ,

paper who cUmln-d the fence hack into the highway changer His gall bladder was then ? directions and in two days she was ....1'
: t. all. university. It was Murphy with the intent of pressing on, seen to have the capacity of a pint "MeCabe? No. Who said so?" well and able to go to school. I :- t

-- secured Hogan; for Yale after he hud measure, which completely accounted "What Is Itr have used this remedy in my family t '.l\\.t Lr.
1. but there was one more surprise in
) lTla: .\ <-ou is ONK DAY taken the Harvard examinations and for the seven and have ,;. 4 j
for IItr.u aged mule that had for his st'iciMU. In 1G43, when the ar- The old man lv)ked troubled. He past years I "
t-tyre :
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J h : I fully cit+ceteti to go to Cambridge. never known it to fail" says James 1 ::
S. : Tablets mie of the Mantchoos gradually
rmmi < uluine were
e: .l i been turned out to die: and was making I could not remember. merchant Annato BlY'l"

(9"H10'Mi/ on every French Doxrr Scalp Ilnnttnc. ; a game fight: of it was lying; by I overrunning China, one Wu Han Chao "To what command did you belong?" Jamaica Prendergaet: West India Island, The J i
Charles Lacroix one of the most the roadside: r.s she came along. It made hr-ad against them in Anhui, but "Company K, -th Iowa infantry." pains in the chest indicated an ap-
he finally fell into their hands. The "We shall not have much trouble In attack of I.: f
and ,
FOR SALE ceer boxers Trance has turned out l la sighed for human society scrambled proaching :. : :
up and uttered a bray that made historian records that his gall was finding out your Identity for this place which in this instance was undoubtedly r.
recent years, U now in New York with three Inches long. where the warded off by Chamber-, 'j' = "
the widow Jump two feet and broughta is near the state capital records
The a challenge to meet any of the Ameri jrrl'lmlu Without knowing are kept I'll attend to It my Iain's Cough Remedy. It counteracts tI ';1' ,44:
Costumes in lightweights. answer. of cold toward !: I
Used any tendency a t ; .
what it was, but believing that her The pnlmlike nip tree of tropical self.; pneumonia. Hold by all druggist i '

last Year's Carnival Detroit' DO3 Team. last hour had come, she turned to lleo.As Asia has a sap exceedingly rich in sug When the doctor left the house, he Informal and medicine dealers.VALUABLE s it '

ii the but salty that its utilization has the family that he had in his "
If Detroit could muster in the springall : she did: so she was caught; ar so
Parade. been found profitable.It notebook a memorandum of the man's
cried out not
of Thomas 1arkerwho :
the men it has signed for 10 would ha\'e'n powerful aggregation, "Villain! one step farther and you area :. regiment and would look the matter up CITY LOTS. :for

one that would make matters warm for lll'udmau! Mary, you arc saved. I. is enough excuse for a spendthrift Two days later he returned with a very
costumes are in ex- ull corners. called at jour house, but as you were that he is not a miser.-Atchison singular expression on his face. After .

:'leI11 condition-just the net at home I came In search of you. Globe. asking the condition of his patient he the large number of lots recently ."' f ii!

The Saving of a Few cents on a bottleof Dack.Htch! Your victim has escaped went Into his rxjm and closed the door. purchashed by Mr. 0. M. Pryor ; JV

Olin;! to n-ear at His Majsl Vanilla Extract: will not atone for yon!" Escaped an Awful Fate. In a little while he called for every 1:

[>l's Grand the annoyance of having desert "uh, Thomas" sobbed the bedraggled Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn, Fla., member of th family to come to the and placed on sale to desirable purchasers f

Ball February that is "just a little oil" in flavor. widow, "I 1-o-v-c you!" writes: "My doctor told me I had patient's bedside. When they were all many bave been sold but l". 1\'

-r-l'iOJ.: We will sell one Always buy Burntid. "Are you sure of It?" Consumption and nothing could be assembled they found McCabe proppedup some of the choicest are still held by :;
"Y( ; I know It is love nt last and done for me. I was given up to die. with pillows but instead of the meN him. It(

more to any person until TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY I'll marry you nest week." The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. ancholy face he had worn especially He will sell to actual settlers on r

they are closed out. Tat Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All "And how came you to walk so far?' King's New Discovery for Consumption since the operation, he beamed upon most favorable terms, as he is determined f,:
slpply druggists refund the money If it falls to induced me to try it. Results them with a newly kindled interest to build up this property. '.
at once toCILIS cure. K. W. U rove's Iilgnature! Is on tacb he asked as they plodded along with were startling. I am now on the
boi.: :?)c.Bot. her water filled shoos splashing joyfully road to recovery and owe all to Dr.King's "I am going to make an announcement t: ;: '
It ," said the doctor, "with referenceto f -PORTLAND CEMENT tat ,
LeEAROX New Discovery. surely '
Chocolate with is this veteran of the civil war. lIe $2.60 barrel. A V. CLUBBS 11
"I I lost ,and If hadn't saved my life. This great cure i per ,
way you
"lUlirnan Building Com. Whipped'Cream at Solo- Just as did""Don't guaranteed for all throat and lung enlisted in 1SC2 in theth Iowa infan Corner Bru and Garden Streets. (1.; :.1 t
come you
mon's. up diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 try and was reported missing after the i
mention It. I Lave stood
Hot Rolls at 5 p. m., 10c South Palafox street. Price 60c and battle of Nashville, since when he has Do yea want a magnificent watch : I ,

j02., at Solomon's. We are the only furniture :. ready to save your life at any time In $1.00. TriAl bottle free. lived under the name of Andrew Mc- for little money? If to, call on ptl i' ,
then we
these last three Now
dealers in the who years. Cabe. Ills real name Is John Lupton,
city carry
Stephens, tbe Jeweler. He will ac i J-
JOlt are to be married two we<'ksr'"Yes. If want your office :
can get house I and he la the head of this family. .
your a line china l'
complete of ." commodate.
furnished furnishedgo to MarstonQuina's. The wife tottered to the bedside and
complete with and sideboards. And The honeymoon was 'y'
cases We they were.
have elegant sank on her husband's breast John
elfg<*n, furniture at Mar- still on when old Mrs. Hopkins calledon They an : f
fur cash or on roll desks Lupton, Jr., came up behind his mother Hot French Waffles with 1
ston the bride to : line of top
9' (Quina'g on easy pay- easy payments. Marston $ "I declare, but I think something's chairsh and grasped his father by the hand. Florida Cane Syrup at ':H,'I a8olomon's !
11lents and office The others stood by wonder stricken. ;i.
weekly or monthly. fuin a. gone,wrong }n n head., JJptfl sem ',.,. ;.
stool time -
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Geed Cause and Its Many
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In years pst ears bicyclist: Las been

2eIpjrorR'in the cluiLipIon o* the god; roads nmve-
iia\'nt, bet with the decadence of the tst
use of thj v.-htvl for sport Le has r ,,.. ij z ,rj t 1 1r

t ceased to l>e flS sui.e a f.ictir as 11. rt>- .. ;
tofore. His InJaouee, ; ow \t'r. is in rt + wn y

the direction of hl;'h.vay improveuie,
and he is till an able ally. for Infants and Children.
jL23 The automobilist has taken up the
jIf ('au"with greater energy than the bicyclist Ca.toria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
; r + and with an influence morepotent gone, Drops and Saothmj Syrups. It is 1'leavint.! It
II 1 1I contains 'Wither O;>Lass, Morphine nor other Narcotic
Foitiei& t because of the longer purse
f'llihtan It destroysYorlus and allays Fe\eri-liiH.
t ii strings at his command. Every automobilist It cure< Diarrhtra tad Wind Colic. It relieves Teeth
I is an earnest ally of the move ing Troubles and cures Constipation It regulates tho
ment. Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep
The farmer should, above all others, Tho ChUdreii's "anaecTho Jlothcr's Friend.

The suffering and pain : Le cause the of strongest the greater ally of self good interest roads be-to" The Kind You Have Always Bough

him In their use for hauling his produce
endured by many working to market economically and ct any 1 Bears the Signature of

season of the year when the market: Is

a rl Il the most favorable, says Good Roads
women is almost beyond : NN; jfr Magazine. The problem, however. Is

not as yet properly understood and appreciated
belief ; by him, but It Is'cncourapln; ? 0'
.:1f to note the awakening; that is surely in #
"Ml*'V progress. lie will be one of the strongest In Use For Over 30 Years.

How distressing to see a woman struggling to earn a livlihood, of allies as soon as he I is made to ...... CrMTfcUH COM..*.... TT MUOBftV BTPtrt, Nrrr ". CtTTfrPW .

her household duties when her back and head see how the road question! affects his a
or perform are aching porketbook and inked his entire ex-

She is so tired she can hardly drag about, and every movement Ibtcnco.Hood roads wlicre rr 1-u'It: are their! W. B. WRIGHT COcDpj

own best advocates, for it does not ,
the of which is traced 1 n'
causes pain, origin quickly to some derangement take a community long to see and appreciate 1
their value. Let more sample _
of the female
organism.When roads be built for as n matter of education ='!1
t they are better than thl'urY.1I1111 I ,

the monthly periods are painful or irregular when backaches and nothing can do more real good. It &r'
should lie but a short time before the LLJrjl SUED CYPRES3EHIN GLE8tiDE.(
f : J !:;i
headaches drive out all ambition, when 1=can-hardly-drag .about sensation period of forming public opinion is .

attacks you, when you are "so-nervous=it-seemsas-thougli-you"would'fly, it considered a thing of the past and the .. PENPACOLA. FLA

is certain that some female derangement is fastening itself upon you. Do Hrnctieal: work of more extensive rond-
building! he
begun. The cause has
not let the disease make headway ; write your sy .*oms to Mrs. Pinkhamfor most powerful allies, and ;these allies!

her free advice, and begin at once the use of are growing; In number and strength; COAL AiiJD who

every day.
A certain! young fellow received a THIS WINTER THAN EVER PEFCRE
government berth, for which he Lad
Profit by the Experience of the Women Wfc Follow : to undergo; a very strict examination.One S END US YOUR ORDERS NOW

! "IEAn MRS. PIXKIIAM :-I wish to write and thank you for all 3 me. I have been day a friend of his who had been
suffering with womb and ovarian trouble for about four years and tried found no relief. I noticing; how little work he did to earn Thompson, Olsen & Go,

{' went to the l*>st si' cLilists in :;1. Paul, Minneapolis and Chicago. I th would go crazy, I his salary tackled him. ,
suffered. The doctors told me the only thing would he to have an < ovaries taken out. i "I say, Walter, my boy," he began, Manresa Street, Telephone 147.
I at last decided to quit the doctors and give Mrs. I'inkham's remedies a th Lydia K. Pink- "you don't perform a great deal of labor ------- ---- ----- ---,_-
ham's Vegetable Compound and Sanative AVa-di, and now find rays ed. I had the doc- do youV ESTABLISHED 1863.
. ., tor to make an examination and he said I was cured. I cannot say er our remedies ]have "No, I don't have to."
' done for me, and have advised all my friends to try it."-Mns. CUR 1' & Xat. Express "Aren't you expected to work
ro' "., ':*.S I.-1.1'11'.,.1', w.:.",. "Of course not," was the candid reply McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
"It takes so much hard work to ,

I Mrs. Frances Stafford, 24.1 East 114th Street, )(rs. Lou Dai e IMacc, Flat S, get a job like this that the authorities o -DIALKB8 IS- 0

New York, X.Y., says: 1 s : haven't the nerve to ask a man to do
a. anything more to earn his salary after Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
w "It affords me great pleasure to tell you of the August 24, 1001, he gets It."
benefit I have derived from taking Lydia I]. 1'ink- "For the pood of others with to testify to the 803 AND 605 S. PALAl'OX 8TKEKT.
liam's Vegetable merits of your wOIlllerful11lellidne, Lydia 1LPink- An Enterprising Burglar.
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Com ham's Vegetable Coinpound.1 A professional burglar: in Berlin A.GENO'Y'REVERE
:i pound. I amKIKnwswSf \va-i certainly in \1"\1-ad: condition. I suffered found a new nnd original way of adding COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLJNO'S HOMH CO '''
7 < ft4'W now rnjllin'pIJ'tter terribly with a ( backache and head to the ordinary profits of his pro-

I t -- health ache. I had pleurisy in my right; Mile, liearinjj-down j fessioa. After each burglary lie sent Eirtsfi h.ts.! GUs! liilitihtltazwlt::! \ Star's, !::ktrs, WitOOHfABSFS. '
I t .::4.- than Ievcrdhl. lkli1L ,alJll tlnwc dizzy, sinking fainting sitjlwas i a full account of it to one of the daily LOGS 'ru.
It seemed tome iievvnsK, }It'cvi.1111' L ( (':' "Ind.'at. newspapers and for this he received
_., that I lUll "I was advised to try your mellkh14" anti was payment In the usual way. nut he C. McKenzis. Oertinj Collecting Agent; for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Aaeociation.

I 4ri> Zg. 110 strength at greatly surprised at the benefit I derived from' its tried his! plan once too often. The
; ; t all. I could u .i 'qtr' hardly drag eonsfqiiently feel and "look l like! entirely new ivrson. to the police, who soon THE GARDEN SECTION

alnmt. I was I found how this amateur reporter was
'< inpainallovt'r.I: "I shall always IK pleased to i influence suffering | a'ule to bent all rivals! in the way of e-c 1'oPeieacola
began to J women to try jour Vi, getable Coniimund. It has early Information.
feel letter dono wonders for tale, and 1 am very thankful."' -- -- ---- Florida
. after taking ,
; I CO\ TII.\(()\.

I'f', l 1 the and first am doM HOW>, I j! Every civilized person uses soap Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
I rouriiT if \ie cannot and wash off the accuniuhi-
J I water tr
i a like a W\\ $5000 00 forthwith! pr'idiM'C! the I tines of dirt and filth from their body,
t, 1 s 4 know woman that it'I I J I urisriiKil! Idlers andsipjiuitiirrs 1 but how many sufferers cn*tip:a- Beautiful Lots for Sale.
f; i of aliovc testimonials 1 tion think abont tie accumulation
mhersuifrrin; which will proxithoir soluto i of filth within their body, which is 40x137% feet at from $75 to $200 each, according
14q\ MRS. FRANCES STAFFORD.'Oln Jl Wollll hundred times more detrimental
IfllllillflK'ss. I ill
i i i only try it, \\olll.III'II them. Lydia I'inkhain ){('cl. Co., to good health than the dirt on the : to location and surroundings.
u "thank you with all my heart for what your I' Ljnn Mass i| 0ut-ide. The waste matter of food
I medieino !has: dune for me.." I pa-sps into the bowel,, which are Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
tlie natural sewers of the human i High, Dry Fertile Lands.
-- -- ---- ---- -- | .system. If here this waste is al-
-- --- ----- -
':'liweJ to accumulate the warmth of
Frr.h Clothing. THE NARROW TIRE EVIL. :Not What He W mi led. the body soon pets up fermentationand The grandest] opportunity for investment eve
Go to bed in fresh clothing;: every A young man at the risk of his life I decomposition, gashes are formed offered in Pensacola.
eight Never tliiiik of allowing yourself Good lloud Spoiled nud (oit of saved u beautiful )lIun;: piil from which are carried into the blood
to sleep in the clothing worn during :\"I"I..u'e Int'r'u.d. drowning. Her grateful father.scizetl and circulatfd through the whole
x s the allot a stitch of it. Take It is worn than useless to build good the rescuer of lads daughter by the system, and diseise is the inevitable Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

trcrything off. rut on night clothing roads only l / that has been thoroughly; aired. lIy the use of narrow tires in hauling cm jtion said: The best remedy for constipationis AsV Clubbe
' HKPATICUItA, because it moves
;. When you get up in the morning heavy loads.Vi.le tires help to pryserve ole: youth to you I am Indebted the bowels easily and naturally n
take off everything again. This is the ordinary dirt roads and are therefore for everything that makes life dear tome
l without irritation, griping or sick-
: time to take a avid bath, very quickly, of the greatest \' to tlu-m. U'likh reuard will you take I enintr. It gives strength: and tone Corner Garden and Brit Streets.

1l I with vigorous rul. ill;. If for any reason TI) change: at once to wide tires #l
.;:' you tl-> not take the cold Kith, rub would iw doubt bo a bar ,;hlp on slime "I'll take the dauditer," replied the I Hold by all druggists;; K.O. BKKNT, WM. n K1'i'OWLJoti, W. K. HYKB. JK., J. H, KEFPEPresident.
; your skin all OUT thoroughly with a owners of vehicle,*, says: tJoovl lual1saazilll" hrroie rescuer, thinking thereby tf) get I -- VtCe-Predddnt. C stiler. Aii't Ciib'.er:
., tough towel. l .)tit be afraid of being: ( hut this is a point that can both the girl and the money. j I E. W. PEAKE,
; naked n little \\ hilo.r lie wurkitl! out awl :adjusted that the "Viui han well chosen," replied the :
'1( ] There is no bitter tonic for the skin I II expense will not l>e lIur l'lIslllllC. Ve- grateful father. ''1 could not have Electrical contractor and builder, First National BankO

\ *" than nakedness. Take off ever} tiling.Give ; I hide owners should be eiliu-atetl: to see I given you the !10'ni' <) just yet iu any I. will do style your electrical work in first-
, ': yourself a little hand massage. that it is to their iutcrests to have' case, as I have not yet sated that class ard: at rfjuonahl": rates.
1 I
He can be found nt 80 t outu Palafox
l Exercise its inu-.cles. Knb your skin wide tins as the ii-su of then makes amount, living only a i">or editor, but .i ,
. With a coarse towel, anjthing, so 83 fewer repairs\ lueesiry, thus rotlueiin my daughter: is yours for life. Take j t street. Phone 2ui.: -- -.- -- I }' PE:* AOGLiI. FI.A.DJr1.DCTc'H .

." : to spend a little time naked. Then the expense of maintenance, and be- her and be happy mess you, my chil- .{
' put on fresh tlothing.Teople rides onabU s larirer loads to lie hauled drei 11": -London Answers. 'I Iiliiel j Try Guntber's Candies at : : : tsi.

" who wear the name clothes : with the same. number of horse.. -. T4-- > Solomon's. WM. KKOWLSa.. W. A, BLOUNT. F. C. IHU;N'f. V. K. HY1
.*{|i ;; every night and: day pet themsehesf' ]:very state thouM pass a law mak-' 1t itch Salve.The ',: --y D. O. BRENT
!; Surrounded by an atmosphere of their In;: wide tires compulsory. In Trance !1 CARPENTRY AND I
for blind
only positive cure ,
1 .1 own bodily Hnanations that is and other parts of Europe tires as 1
unhealthy. Neither faith cures wry'it nor wide as sk;: inches are in use and as bleediii? and itching and pr<>trud- !'1 i' ELECTRICAL WORK j i] F1tg.* il& d M' 1I i n ar i MSt t idK; ,
drug cures are of a particle of use to the front axle is shorter than the rear lug pile*, cuts, burn, bruts, HZ"ma :- -- : -
: dirty people. Cleanliness! is the first the lord pa !iI '. Ring up Pearl & Dolivp, phQnptjljO,1!
:t1J law of healih. If this law lie broken, twenty-firtr iuehes uf road roller surface i is the only Witch HaZ'lj;
: Valve that is made! from the pure, j j j if von have any carpenter or electri-I fq-We drag our ova Billaof Exchange on Lrltalu, Inj
' 9' It will be very little usa to try any << all the time. cal work want well done.
,1)!) f'ml'tJr-I.xdllnl'; Lit u< have agitation! on the subject unadulterated witch bnz'l-all others you j I I Germany, France, Anatria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium ..Uassl- !RaayMwedan
arecotintf-rfeitJ. Delvitt's Witch
I and legislation! will follow.Imi Denmark and other Enropean countries
.. Hazel Halve is made to cure-counterfeits ,
)tales III. Orrn pper-he.. are made to sell. Har ;l-s |. Cleaning ladies skirts and waists L-rVeillels Disbursed npan; thMost F&""rtb!' Terror, and t' '
it: Senator Pottururo\p the lloiintnln Ilnv<1.. Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidnev i is one. of c".r fp !cialties. r :t discussing the militia bill. He had submitted The question of iriiiro\iiiT! mountain Klhn.tSIIUIJ! alter Vessel Arrives f'lera.
i li to several interruptions5th roads is an !imi >rtant one and should I i

!] good grace, but when 1'oraker kept) on receive its pnpor amount of nttention.Go .'m:\cll -ClnJrLl'. I CJ.A.BTOnXA.i f Safety Deposit BOTOH for Rent in Crnneo'itrwith
I il roads and pood trails! to lean... ill lad Yill Ilaee R tIrs rciji' I,
'if;; talking for some fifteen minutes the ) wagon which wfl haT a Prirn partncnt: : for the U*.
tit!: Tfuerable senator from \lahama-b. j I: ride and wllk"l'r are C""t'II1":11 to !! Following H the schedule of the t.ut\rl #-rfZ- of q n terti.
' Is the oldest man in the senatetapeI ''tourists in this country who wish to ]
Il bis desk sharply and said "See here, behold the beauties of mnn'ttaln! scenery. : which THE NEWS prints for the.. I
In Switzerland the importance of If you want a nice present to give DR. KING'STRY PROFESSIONAL CARDS.I .
p Sir. 1'I'l'I 1I.'lIt. I have been trying to I I :Deucfit of the merchants who ship ,'I r
: make this speeth for some time, and I I' this is realized says Cool Goads Magnzlne i ;heir goods to the Carious army to a friend, go and look through the ,
j i''i1' don't want any other senator to : and roads lime accordingly: ben ] :posts: .'' elegant line of suitable article at NEW DISCOVERYFOR I W. C. ROWE, M. D.
:,. it for me either." I'oraker 'IDlkl'l improve It is to be hoped that similar Leaves Fensacoln_____ _. 7:00a.m. !j i J. I. Stephens, you aur ly can find
measures will be taken in this! coun Leaves Harram-ns._ _'. .__. 7:;',a. m. jomtthlnjr to please yon. If yon THAT COLD. Office:. 17X 8. Palafoz.
i tonished for a moment but took his! i I
Lfe Plckeos :I
P eat amid a !:t'lll'rall:1uh. II''try. Le viI liarrnncas--_--._-._-_ 9:15 ssela.m a. m. I want anything in the Diamond line I. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoar from S to 8:30 a. m. sad 1 to I p. IIIi
I' Leaves f !n acola ..__..___. ._10:15 a. m. I be sure to see him before you buy. Cures
Consump tion.Cougiis
J i and after o'clock
Barrancas 11:10 ,
L Arrives a. m. and then

I William (Jrtinntllfd.." I Good Florida!Plan For cxehansre Road makes Improvement.A the suzpe -. I 1 :wakes urn to a r.arraocat.UhTes trip to Fort. McKee and then re- Jfudgin's, fife Best ftr oc. I i Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, I :3Plaoiao Oaf

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Barrancas 1.In
Emperor William: of Germany Is fond : p. m.
,, tlon to 5t" readers that the residents, Leaves Hickens_..... ._. ... _.. 125 p. m. : PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-
of billiards, but is too impetuous to j I Ii t j i of Eustis.: in that state hold a gala cr Learei Peniacola. ...._ ._. li: p. m. I risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I'I'"J I
play a good ;aU1l'. If he uiN'es an j !. good road week, during which as I CASTORIAFor :
j i manyi horrancas $'M p. m, and maktetrap Throat
easy shot he Uvonie "rattled'! and ]! Sore Croup and
i I possible of the; townspeople' will take to McKee and return. A TrORl'>o'EY-A T-LA W.
: C-.llI'lot' easily leaden by the mo ]I a week! cff and work on the roads, making Cough.NO : : Thiesen Building
of the palaee guests. nut it is : oat wEI!; leave Bamrras vii Pick- j OtlceF-3J9
r- sot considered good form to beat his tl.e It a sort will of festival occasion: when i ins for Pt niacola: at l:3(1 p. m. I Toe Kind You Have Always Bougtv! ; CURE. NO PAY. : Office Hoars-8:30 a. if.. to I p 1:.
:1 women provide rrfreshment.sThis f
i Pric 50c. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE
majesty and no matter how bad hisgame :i The General French is for army I
f. be his adversary contrives plan was adopted with much sue- !I I ;purposes only and any outsider mutt Bears th. JI will I 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m. '.
may I
; cess a few years ago In the constructto i lave from the repair your watcneo uu Practice in all state and frdernl f"
if to play a worse one. i a pas quartermaster -ar.Of jewelry in flrst-claas style. J. 13tepbecs. I AllbanlDus entrusted to me will rt -
of cycle paths In Minneapolis: anJSu 1
'c take ter.I .
I' passage o i 1 prom t ttfcd diligent att:ntion..tet .
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....................... I, log Sunday at 11 a. m.; Junior class :1't'i1t

AT THE CHURCHES I Salvation meetings t-. i'f f "j.i1.1

!! every night at. 8 o'clock in the .. ,... 1W. {
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Barracks ; open airs at 7 p. m. ., ;.,. ...dd.!''''' ... '.":": r.... .;."= -l r.> I "

Catholic. ; .)' ;- )::.- ;t' M1;; 1- nX'j: j < .J
Lutheran.German.Lutherau ; .. t. ;J-P <% t .
.. : : '
Michael's Order of divine 'f. ... --. ,4'
Church J. F. ,
for the winter: First mass, .. .
W. Reinhardt, Pastor-German service '. .. j
m.; children's mass, 8 a. m. last I r ;1:,..(
; ...
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at 10:33 a. m.; English serviceat ;: ".' ;.. !f

and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening 7 p. m.; Sunday school at 9a.m. THE CHILDREN ENJOY i ''t.'l

; 4 p. m. p l.

11 Joseph's Rev. Robert Fuller- I Seamen's Friend Society. -t s Life out of Goon and out of the partes 1; Lich thy ;'.:. { "-t'.'. the enjoy- :::-, ,\7-' :. if

I Pastor-First mass, 6:3U a. m.; The Seamen's Friend Society will -. A ment which they! receive and the ea\ rts w,:ica t.: '\- r. ..e, comes the 4

h mass, 9:30 a. m.; benediction, hold religious services at 3:30 p. m; (greater part of that healthful development w..ieh is so esseutia.1 to their ,- \,. t4l r

p. m. Sunday in their reading room on rf', happiness when grown. When a laxative i,. needed the rcncdwhich is 4';

FpUcupal.: Sou h Palafox street, in the corner given to them to cleanse and sweeten and '- ;;hen the organs /*;'ff'I .' f

I Katharine's Episcop il, Cervan- building north of tbe Scandinavian on which it acts, should be such as physiciansoild sanction, because its -;. .:: l!

Ka rsa' in a lay street and Sixth Avenue-The component parts are known to: be wholesome and the r enedy tt.elf free from .< .J'
y >
mood as church. Seamen and citizens t
of all
? breadast : every objectionable quality. The one rented which physicians and parents ,\'I.f_ ; 1
e Dr. H. W. P. Pastor.
t.eia Hodson
I denominations are invited. H. C. well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, i\r ; It]

Pet Sunday called Sexagesitna, the Cushman! secretary. i because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial ejects is- {'': :1t';'. :. -r',

Communion, 7:30 a. m.; chil- Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the cnly laxative: which suouid :; 'l.. 3't. :, t t' +
service and Saints )leetir be used by fathers and mothers. S ti. I.. :. I
Sunday school at 'Y :: -.l. :;;..;. .1
Latter Day Saints will hold ser- ., Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts and .... .r
; morning: service and seimon gently pleasantly !:_J-; -J I 1 .:. ..{ ;-.y.
11; evening service and sermon, vices in Saints hall, 528 East Chase t naturally without griping:', irritating:, or nauseating and loch cleans'esthes .:_:r ;oti :' .J :. f

Dr. liod.on will preach street, Sunday night at 6:30 o'clock. L >)"stetn effectually without producing 1 that constipated habit which results ...'St( ; I! i t.J

and evening.tondayMeeting All are invited to attend. Elder E. ; :( from the Use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations, and against; ,; -, ; d j. l. .. 'i

D. Powell, presiding t e which the children should be so carefully guarded. If :you would have them ::.:, I ,;
of the Ladies' j
t h lL'.s a richness Colored Chart. 'ii r grow to manhood and womanhood, strong, healthy and happy, tlo not give ;.Ct-.4" : l f."I
r roth! ese: Katharine's Guild in the rectory them medicines, when medicines are not needed, and when nature needs r.t.:1fo: ., :

.I _' part g-occr cl you 4'p. m. No. 236 E. Intendencia street. :'):..f.; assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only the simple, pleasant and ; __-.t.. .1 .

jstand to -The Litany 9 a. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Preach gentle-Syrup of Fi;;s. ./'" i. t.. \
breaJast I : .
r rand. -The Lirany: 9 a. m.; choir lug Sunday at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. In- !', i' Its quality U due not only to tl:e excellence of the combination of the ?_-<::-' j ; 'S !; .f1

t 'ou above bay.HELVETIA. ) 3 p. m. ; Evening Prayen The public is invited to attend these laxative principle! of pants with pleasant aromatic syrups a:ul juices;;, but ,;;,:;.#'It! ;..' '., j 'L

; meeting the B>ard of Vestry services. G. W. Lewis, A. M., D. D., e' also to our original method of manufacture and as :you value the ft-altll cf ,.-_' vt'4 ,,. i; f' tj

P Btor. t, : the little ones, do not accept any of the substitutes which unscriipulot's deal- :. .:e"" t :
in the rectory at 8 o'clock. ,
.'i j ers sometimes offer to increase their profits. The genuine artIcle may be *",, i ,I ,1ucr !

Eigtland t bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents bottle.: Please ", I .
t''+ \ .. I'i.clIlal Church South HOW A MAN DROWNS. peT A\ !. II
s I \.S to remember, the full: name of the Company '; .'
w- : Street Church, Rev. J. M. ,: .'t.- .. is '""" '" 1 I :
The Reason lie sometime Comet "" CALIFORNIA SYRUP CO.- printed on T : ',; '
lIy, Pastor-Services at 11 111 ice Times to the !oourful.... '... .,",:."fK.) .;/ the front of every pack .h, 1. ...- ,./ i i

; m. and 7:30 p. m. !Sundiy r"' i.'':::.. :'..+::.,, ",. age. In order to get itsbeneficial 'l4\. ,,,, .' f 1-/>'. .
; Few popular fallacies'are of such I .' ..... .%;\h., '. ...... ) .{. t :.
t I U at 9:30 a. tu., J. A. Avant, wide csti-ut as tin belli that a IH-IMIU I..S.,!"'{.. ,',:'_:.'.. ;.':. t t i I",. :rs ,......,.'..\.'.i. effects it is al- .")!,.nfr.J, .AI.. (..5.t l..:'.:1.-. ...tI.: .Z.-. .:1101 :1\
". :5 a J t I ,
..i>l ndeut; Epworth League at must rise to tie sin'factthrie times, :'r"'.: !y..\'. .... '. \ I.:..;.:'. '1''a's.,. -\ necessary to buy ..r'c.. ..t-::.."": ,;........-.Qo'."){..:. !" "''.' -'J..1.....h..,.{... I.' ,

'! p. m., W. C. ilackey, president. no more and 110 less before he can possibly ,"Ky't, ." .\... ; .....ti:,.".+:.. .....,'. ge1\tlneonly.. ..;-"hl. '1 -.::"."''>" .assn .'''t'," ./ .?.... 1 .

: I ; :; Home Mission Society (liowu.'Jlicit1 ,....:\. >; ':>! .:./.: :.. l .<...$::-) "...., :" ,..",-.... i '! 'I"IIr"1:.......:0., t. I ''

.' fe:::Ule Monday at 3 p. m., Mrs. J. M. Is little frround for this supposition .;.;..1:'.\:'": .;.:.....:";.: ." ''-......'.... ),So.'.{..-:.."..... r-r'\',;:..},,::'.. ,...>1\I..'1:' -" ..i.. ...: 44 i..

althuu it has liven :Ihuost1I11in'rsallr : ; ::::' : .;::.... ... .... ;::-.r ; / (. ..j I : i
; .
t ... .. ..;: \ ; .;!l'.J' 'f
I .. ... .. ,
president. ., :'... .. "' ,. '.. .
believed in for gmirations. -.I"J.. / ...\.. ,' ( : t :.... -......:,:.....:.. .....-1... .l'" .,'''::0.- .
111 ; Chapel-Preaching att p. The truth is that .. ...... ;-_'r i i : : ; : : '. : ;', ,,-1',,; 'j....:; .-. -I. .
diouiiiug ,
; -.'n's I a persuumay .. .... .. ,!.:). f : I : !. i : : :: 'C.'i.! .. r.; f) i ,i ;.'- .. I t,
,. '. ,1 J of tiP : by Rev. A. L. Jones. Sunday: oink the last time never to rise '.' : .,.'.C.'J'...c.''".:-, .. ..;....:.....f..:;!_ j :: I 1'1. .:w... \. ,=)... J'. :..,,.,,";:..:.:.',....".;'':'-'. .- ':i at Jr.: '.1'''_"..f ', J 1, '!..
.. I at 9:30 p.m., Martin Parks, again, or he may as he intltM1 does iu \'l.I : .:".-' ... J'I,.... j
..: -
n't \;: ;.. .. : .. .
any I \ '
; ,1 ':i lor! I the majority of cases, rise three times ./. ..-."..,);:..;,.,..........-t._:....,.. ...;...._,.. aI.-.........-....\..... ,\.... ....".">,. '. .:orioa."J- .. '......-1.-,. ". I, .. ',

ee' Wharf-Sunday school before he sinks fortu-r. } ., ;.!J' ,<': :..... .. 1.A'>1 \" '"<"-" "' t...1.r. .!
[ :
> list ( ) .
( I It all depends upon the quantity of )':I;;. 'i- '" ... ....:-:.. .. ;,....-t. ; ....... .. A'".''.;'''''' .l
J. X. "
3 m., Andrews, superin- -i. ..
p. ,; .
: ''i-I.'r- "" nv L-- '.' .i' ::::: ,, :
Till: I5KST water that he swallows ulun he sinks ...-'..,!...'.1 f'-{:_' ": ...-o.. f\ '? ... f--' / ...:.":::,i '>. ;'','''... "n
and the size of his The human -- .... "... .... .. ;,; .." ._ .t I. ..... ... '.\ ... ".... '
I, u'it ton good I Warrington-Sunday school at lungs. (I .,:: ,."-. "..1.':: : ''!"i: ".....:t'' ,.... -.. ., "'"""-' ,:>,:...- :, .. : \.' .I t.:1. ..-. "" .. t.
body In life naturally floats while the ;: r.

?.wAII flare =lu/jjih.: a. m., Fred Bum: superinten lungs are inflated. As long as one .t..a.,.".. ....;.. ", o1,, .. . .;..... '. I ", ... ,,-.... .-.,..",.. : 'I.
'Ela :,-... ... .... : i ..: .. ; ,
{ i :: : : 'ij
j)4IWf I. t'I.ily and I keeps his Lead above the surface of .J.._. f'i .. .c : J d

.I tit It ion, Gadsden: Street Church. Rev. W. the water he can float, face up with .l".j
ff.F .\ medicine : : ; Vreeland, Pastor-Services at 11 out having to more hand or foot. I'I -. '\!

'. u-eles of the I m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school Hut as SO'JfiS a person rinks be J \ l'
: r'.. ,:;. to a point i gulps: and imbibes:: a quantity of wattr. -' ---- --_ .- f -
9:30 a. m., Dr. J. II. Tiller,
: ",: the work I It after he has swallowedater he :* !. <- of Belter FnrnilDK.NotwitLstauding :

err :c any a ;; ; Epworth League at baa any air la his lun 'i. he will undoubtedly the increase lu thepmportiou SEND YOUR ORDERSto CHURCH NOTICES.

sI;, ,..i medicine i ; ; p. in., Mr. Cade bhackelford ; rise again and will continueto of improved farm lands In Pearl &; Dolive for carpenter or ,

i\: embraces ; L3dies' Aid Society meets sink and rise alternately unt;} all the United States as shown by tln .census electrical work. Repair work a
hcsijps ; I'
t" -her after the first and third Sun the air Is l'xl'11t from his luu;;:>. when and tho popular cry that the tendencies specialty'-- THE NEWS would request that the J'. j

.x, -,- :J by all I at 4 p. m.; prayer meeting he will ilrou n. among the majority of our clergy or those having in charge the J' 'r

Wednesday at 7 p. m. In most {'U!,<,S the frightened;: victimof farm boys have been cityward duringthe publication of church service noticesfor i l

an accident sallou {'Ilulla.h water last decade, the value of agricul .
Y ; '; '. :a Sunday will send them to this 1 ''* ? T' i
RaprUt. wIll n he last: sinks! to lease him in avery turnll'n.1I1u'tilln the United States has !

i ii-idi First Baptist Church-Rev. F. exhausted condition: but, as there Increased 02: per cent, and that with HARPER office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning i ea; 'i i

: r. Services at a.m.and i is still air left In Ins lungs: he soon an increase of only 13: ,,('r cent in the in order to insure their Insertion i -i ivi

1 v j p. m. Sunday: school at 9:30 a. finds himself on the surface again. area of cultivated land. This can mean in the proper position in the I

W ", I : it I E. D. Beggs, superintendent. Huh time 1:e sinks; however, the supply only one thing-bettor farming and theemployment paper. ''q

I of air in his luncs loss until of methods WH1SKT
vastly improved
I' : "I i :: : :grows :1u
Y.: P. U. service at 6:30 p. m.
i. lilt Ima It there is sufficient .
Ii. t' ? ly no longer; > CAB'1"OnZA. I f l leileare
I cordial invitation extended to all
i to b\'l'ut't\ hint.Crone.i Alaals 3oIffSJproo '
the .
attend these services. Thrifty Sheep.

To keep the sheep in good condition ( G&fB# ffI '
of No
The Church of Christ. Importance.If they ntionld be fed some kind of juicy
there Is time in woman'slife
ever a a
'L'r Church of Christ, Corner Alcaniz food. Chopped potatoes are excellent -
when she Is the most important -
L LODGE D DIH Jackson Streets-Bible school, Sheep are often neglected in the matter 3
person[ In her own immediate circle, it ,.
.) a. m.; preaching at 11 a. m. and Is when she is a bride. Apropos of thisIs of water supply, but they need and T1LAUNOH
1 appreciate plenty of water as well a* L t tr
p. m. by T. Tracy of Viola, a story; of a new society editress
{NICEIS: do other farm animals.
.;prayer meeting Wednesday who bad Just returned from her first vu< ...roit..
Ewes with lambs at their Bides; tt
I'rnaena l I,".!ie. p. m. Song practice at evening assignment, which wan the writing up
should be hid with n safe grain: ration,
moe'.s begins at 7:13 o'clock. Come of a wedding: T
such of file
as one composed parts
nl.t ; "Did you get all the facts? asked CHARTERThe
I .:. join us in these services. the city editor. oats, one part peas two parts corn, giving r .:.'a
r.- a'' : a pound of this mixture to each Physicians prescribe it
%'jjT.- ,''-t..n! 1'resin'lerian. .\11 that are of any importance, It

VS/VJ' .., "" I First Presbyterian Church, Rev. replied the young woman. "I have a .we. for their most delicate Elegantly Equipped : <

SSi H, R. Walker, Pastor Services description of the bridal gown and the .Weak Stomach Naptha Launch CUPID, i
trousseau and the flowers and the wedding patients.
11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday causes a weak body and invites dis- with Parlor Car *
presents, and the objective pointof Fittings, i :1 -
at the Stoddart Avenue ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures OLD and PURE.For I
and the of the
> the tour names
l nn'in for a trip the
', ',Liv ; ;' sion at 3:30p.m., C. F. Zek, bridesmaids! and the officiating clergyman and strengthens the stomach, and Hale byDannheisser on bay or fora G

.. and the reception days"- wards off and overcomes disea"e. J. cruise. '
) I U ;"l_ B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of Bros.
Endeavor \Yho Is the bridegroom, ?" interrupted I
J The Christani Society : : '
s Chne=man, Tex.,says: "I could not Accommodations for 40
in the city ed'tor. "His name Ins II
meet bi-monthly
\ :- regular eat became of a weak Ftomacli. I I
\been printed four different wajs in the passengers-
to-morrow at 6 p. m. with lost all strength and run down in
preiimiuary[ 11I1IIOUlU elUe 1 t8." All that could do Rates reasonable. 1r
weight. very
money ;
latlI.p 11:1'. Y. P. C. U. at the First Baptist.
"Tbe groom?" faltered the young was done, but all hope of recovery
: I.: "Ii' Inv t : womanhy-why-I forgot to ask vani hed. Hearing of some wonderful This I. C W&t i CoIINSURANCE street. i

1' : I K. about him and I guess> nobody! else cures effected by ue of Kodol, I CAPT. STEARNS "fl

Christian. thought: of Lira, except: maybe\ the concluded to try it. The first bottle x

I. 0. Central Christian Church, No. 16 liide." benefited me, and after taking four Master. ; .s; i ,
bottles I am fully restored to my _-
Romana! Street-Junior Chris- usual strength,weighth and health."
l'''nti"nl.i| | "-n,. :
I FreiHirrn the John Sheppard, iIw
., Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday: Hargis Pharmacy, ASH
S. (1,, ; The man who drops his work and Sidney Kahn.lfud1in's.
I' W ,"t at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. S. C. E. REAL
: I sits; down and worries for fe-ir that ESTATE,

\ !oj .' (. 11 a. m. Bonn tiling will happen generally has the Best pr $c. No. South Palafox Street. ? '
fully realised.-Soncnille 1r
'lIhf>rbali..t. his exiM'ctatious
I (Mass.) Journal NICK'SRTAAT
First Universalin Church, East STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ,
Partial List of Desirable
I Street, Rev. Mrs. Atbalia L. J. Dwellingsfor
I't-n-ai!" t' other mod- THOS. COXDON, Captain, Rent in Various Partsof
Pastor Subject at lla. baa been BO
11 OSTETTERNo will make regular trips between the
Sl 1' schoo lat 10 : : in City:
Sunday: a.jmjjf.
Stomach Pensacola Point Washington and
ary ,
C. U. at C:30 pi: mT; Bible Si study CELEBRATED and plaints novel as com the Freeport. Leave Baylen street l35.oo-212'ltory all modern house Conveniences containing, :bath rooms on n S !

K :: at 7:30 p. m. The Kilters. During wharf Thursday at 6 a. m. and arrive upper and lower floors corner lot, ,t
the past 50 years at 6 nice yard and shrubbery stable out
Freeport at p. m. same day.
is cordially invited to at-
It bar establish houses, etc, Mo. alt Last LaRua
Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. .
I. these services and the is ed ao onequnled Itreet.$35.ooI.story
al l \? ; record ofcuresof and arrive at Pen!:acola 6 p. m. Fame : : boarding house containing -
1' glad to meet strangers after 'A! rooms, known as the I'once de '
: Fare round
M di>;, .i Indigestion day. trip, $5; one way, Leon house,Ao. fin Last Jntenden- ; *i'ry
benediction. $3. 12nlm
cia street. i
11 DAILY Fla
". } Dyspepsia, M).00-A desirable r-storymodern dwelling MENUS :
7 rooms, molt desirable section ot the
Christian Science
f Belching. city on a corner on tbe street car rt
Services at i02 West Gregory street Constipation, ANTALMIDYTh"9e line.No nil: North Barcelona street. Comprise all the Up-to-
The JJ.OO-Large story dwelling. ID rooms, Date Dishes! the Markets j
11 All interested invited ,
a. m. are Biliousness fronting !Seville Square, No.aie tint
attend. and tiny Capsules ire superior UovernmentBtretii. of the World .l' Ht
UO.W-Comfortable: new -story modern ,
That SITTERS Malaria. Try it I to Balsam of Copaiba dwelling. rooms very desirable sec Afford p( rtt:

Salvation Army. ICrbeM and Injections. et I llonofthecity, situated on North
Baylen between tHrong and Uebolo
Everyone is cordially: invited to They t'mrtn4$ hours the streets. i

the meetings at the Barracks same i a.'I'S !howl. any ln4Qh55L' -, $25.00-2-story dwelling In food order with t
NNR1L S! U S 8 rooms three doors from the belt Ladies' Private :
Holiness meet- : tot p sea u I nvbCGISTS line.has gas and water throughout, $
S'S. No. 210North Barcelona street. t1'i
S (20.00-1-story dwelling 7 rooms, city water Dining Parlor. 'I
bath, gas, with large corner lotNo. .
: Blue Island, Ill., Jan. H, 1001.I MEN AND WOMEN. tat: Welt Wright street. ,
I ? 115.70-story duelling t rooms, newly pa- -
LECe CM Big G for nnnatartl pered and painted throughout on
i Messrs. Ely Bros:-I have used I.It.Idga di.chsrgeein5snmahoo., belt line. No.SOW East Gregory treet.

WADE Cream Balm in my family for ..a.u.ste.e ._ irritilioni'or of mucous membrton.FwDleu nlcerationiuKriMan. 115.00-1-story dwelling city water and bath, Regular Dinner Daily.
i 15Y .\ ) r..r .. 7 rooms half block of ground with
e.twl. ,
and uttia.a
not -
years and it has become my EYANSlIILJa1LCf. blaotHullbadtt trees, >o. 7u* East
m"f: II1.n: feat or poironoui.or Cervantes street. -
T doctor for colds in the bead. EIEIIW1f Hula b Ill.aaafal.. I1J.50 1-story dwelling, Sfo 415 East Gregory
v, r&A, tent ID plain wrapper, Short Order B.'l
I N rooms newly papered and Promptly
children. It is '
use it freely on my l>f upreM, prepcid, for painted. "
DA a (IMorStK>ttln,275. Filled.
11l.OO-lio.1l1f East Belmont street 5-room Night or Day
Godsend to 5',. Circular rent on f iueit l r t
Ar cottage city water, newly painted,
A'EV Yours respectfully, In perfect order. -
:S ,
FOR 110.50-No. North Alcanli street a new
J. KlMBALL. J. N. ANDREWS house In good order with i rooms. II It'l Something Good to Eat j 4.
i,, V, Messrs. Ely Bros:-I suffered 110.00-N'o. set East Belmont street, city you wtab,yoa'Il find It at f 8 7 l!
water, a neat 5 room cottage newly ;
with catarrh acd tried dif and renovated throughout.I s : ':1F
for JA LOO-No.910
jt Headquarters Ea8t aKoa street, a neatly Nick Apostle'sPopular :
remedies without effect. Af C. R. TAYLOR papered 4-room cottage in good con.
3't" dlllon,large water.A .
; l\Ue- using bottle of Cream MACHINES.
: one your SEWING large list of smaller dwellings, as well Restaurant
'K. KK: ane. I found relief and I cannot Artistic Shoemaker, as a number of stores and offices OS KENT.'


Albany, N. Y. Lea line Real Estate. Rental and Insurance PA

Phones Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St. -- 13 South FaUfox 6 tree t. Agents,1 South Palatex": Street. -- .- -- :

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"tli... 7L' A_-t. -.-,- _' .:{,r--i-V4-r'$ -= .-4"!"'., ... ..T.= ,<, ."' '.<(i.-, .--::.-- -v o >. "..\A.-r <.:,-,,,. .a f "? :.. ;

"jSi>,* ''; .t -*>:vv.: ',, ,' '.;$ .. ;; : ::& < -l t. ,!<... ." ,'(:;ci.. !.' ,;: _.. /;. -V .?: 't \\-7, -.>;'
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? ..
,. .l"fIP making a trip by water or rail. This Strongest in the
: LOVE KNEW World.
i .ij.. : r.Urn."- community iR not asking for the This is what Ayer's Hair Vigor does :

)+:::1:ij rgad for it?elf but by reason of a patriotic -

} sentiment, and in the interest NO- BARRIERS Restores color to gray hair, makes the hair

pf this great United States of America 4 I The Equitable

; CaWr.ditthe. Foil Office tPeoucoiB, stops falling cures dandruff.. tc.r. Co.
91 1.ond-elMi matter. WilllamIorrl on, cofored. last grow, JtM.

OrriCB IIAIoa.treet.:Fltl'i up-tt, ,Building lrt._, Zlljj aooibJ Nearly Forfeits HI* I He. night determined that such easy life Assurance Society
--- -
A runaway almost ending: fatally, things as a locked door and threats
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. @tartedaliornbleulc8ron the leg of II will Surprise you-Try It. }:CZE (.\, \O CL'UF, NO PAY. I Of the Vn5W Ststcm,

would not prevent him from being It is the medicine above all others Your mill refund If
B. Orner, Franklin Grove, ILL Ii IiJ I druggist your money : HENRY B. HYDK, Founder
:, Ttrmi: Invariably in AdvanceCM For four it defied all doctors with his lady love although she wasa for catarrh and U worth its weightin FAZO OINTMENT fails to cure mngworm'l
'rIar by Mm____$500 years : Tetter, Old Ulcers and Sores.
4 ttontbt _.___. t M0M and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica trifle, dark. He went to her home gold. Ely's Cream Balm does all Blackheads on the face sod all skin diseases.

W*.kt>rC&rrl r, Payable Monday 10 Salve had no trouble to cute him. twice and would not leave, threat that is claimed for it.-B. W.Bpfrry: I 50) cents. I Preliminary Statement, Jan. I, %.
Hartford, Conn.
4drtiaing Rates Furnished on Application i I Equally pood for Burns, Bruises, ening to burst the door down. For My son wes afflicted with catarrh.He Tablesofqiutlily for the! OutstandingAssurancel,290OiCM; )

AkIn Eruptions and Piles.. 25s at W. used Ely's cream Balm and the
TELEPHONE NO. 118. this the mayor charged him $10 this Dining room library hall I Income 1..... .. .. .. .. ... A. D'Alemberte's Drug Store, 1211 disagreeable catarrh all left him.- :

South Palafox street.PRESIDENT morning.A J. Olmstead, Arcola, Ill and parlor at Marston I New Assurance ... .. .. 2-; .lXJ.-
I The Balm does not irritate and .j

J1ON -_LAB > cause sneezing. Sold by Ely Brothers Quina's. I Assets..... ..... .... .. sco tfuxi

MAHON I Guaranteed, Blind Bleeding Cure for or Protruding PilosItchlog 56 Warren street, New York. --- ---_ __ _. __ ___ ....I Assurance Fund and

t PEBSACOLA IEB 14, 1903 MAY COME HERE I if Your FAZO druggist OINTMENT wul Jail refund to your cure DO YOU KNOW Valentines < atI i I all other liabilities.. ,. .. ;;&: ,

1- I you. 50 cents BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea Surplus... ... .. ... ... 7;, lt

EVERYBODY is against the truts.j ; large stock of dressed studding The largest Increase ever made in a f'l yin

The trusts can stand it President- Mahon 0 the Amalgamated -I A TROUBLESOME and joists. Get their prices before Hi Mardi Gras tne nistoty of the Socl t'

when they can't stand it any more buying. d6 1m
: Association of B.reet Car Em- !
_ : JAMESV. ALEXANDER, Pn'':id, -
they can emigrate, then we irnpe- I ---- I
ployes, may be in Pen=!acola within If should visit the Union de.
cuneous fellows will have a fair, you I JAMES H. HYDE, Vice-Pr.-t.OOWLES ..
a few days. He i is: in New Orleans: at I pot, or D9 in that vicinity, don't! failto Goods A <

perLaps._ _ _ drop in at Ooldriug's Xo.3saloon.
present, returning from a Pacific You will receive welcomeand
a hearty
THE House of representatives has I heavy car of missive deals I !
coast trip, and will leave there .Sunday find tbe choicest brands of liquors Our Stock is now ready. Valentines BROS.
adopted ,the holding of memorial which was being switched to Rail kept in the city. I ,

This innovation nisht, going to other southern II of all shapes, sizes and I I
session on Sunday. road wharf at S o'clock this morning General Agents,

seems likely to become popular as it cities where strained relations in caused the rails to spread near MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. prices. Sentimental and Comic.\ :!
309 tI. Palafox
gives the boys plenty of time to talk the working of street railway companies .
the union depot and the occurrence Mardi Gras !Supplies: such a*
and beside enables them to put upa : exist. He will be a-ked to cir- PAID per=ons tt'llingwho
good exuse fur remaining away I gave the yard force considerable \ 1'\ 00 has one wh* th<>r I bnv or Wire, Paper and Character '- HOT THE BEST ?
come to this city and strai Lten out U. not. It. K. KF.LLEY, f
from church. I trouble. Th cir was finally replaced -
things. I 10'2w Kansas City, Mo. :\Ia-k Cambic and Silk Domino '
I and a big force went immediately '
SAYS the Washington Post: Whydo The finest line of umbrpla-1ln the ; Ma*>k;;, False Heard: and TIlE<< f MERCRTS>>
work the defective
editors continue to conduct their Better than Gold. I : to repairing city is at J. I. Stephens'. Oo lookat !
of track. Wigs Costume Bells Gold and
stretch ,
for the benefit.of
business enterprises "I was troubled for several years them.

politicians who are seeking Loners with chronic indigestion and nervous -I For Over t-i:(ij 1"earll.MRS. Silver Braid, Fringes and : TRaNsFER GO.

for.tbemselves? No other successful debility," writes F. J. Green, of CITY TAXES I
I WISSLOW'B: 800THIJ SYKCP:: hB Spangles. Call early and select -
business man permits him. Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme been used for over sixty years by millions I Having been awarded the cnntr:

self to be SO imposed upon by office until I began Using Elec'tric Bit mothers for their children while teething Tax 1'ajcr, if jouMi! to i1oiiIiigere't your outfit. We will lay for carrying the U. S. Mail bttw

seekers. Yes, and there are others. ters, which did me more good than I with perfect success. It soothes the child t-all at IIMand them aside for until 'i the L. & N. Depot and Post Off
softens the gamsallays all paincures wind I < payjour you and alo; the exclusive bnjrgig( pmIfge .
all! the medicine I ever used. They
THIS is a white man's country and I colic, and Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. 'I Taxes.! needed. on all trains entering the ,'ity
have also kept my wife in excellent It will relieve the poor little sufferer im we are prepared to tran-fer bi2n''"
the white man is going to run it. I X. Jlelv. OlIUTIXG:
health for years. She says Elec- : mediately. Bold by Druggists every curt I : and pas-engns to and from all I.
The whole world may as well know tric Bitters are jut splendid for of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle 10.r27F Ta\ Collector. tels, residences and trai'_
that to be the settled determinationof : Be sure you ask fur"M rs.Winslow's Soothing I r I night. '
female trouble* ; that they are a COE'S BOOK<
the American people now as tofind Syrup, and take no other kind. I I The finest line of sterling silver
grand tonicand iIviof\tor weak, ; -- I Prcmpl & REliab!
it out later on. It don't matter I food and silver noveltips is i to be I ( ,
down : tithe cdl. Gunther's Candies at ui:; Smith ( ,,Iat..x Street,
run womt'n.0 yr Try found at J. I. Htepheus". Prices to I 1 ,
We also '
bow capable a Chinaman, a negro or conduct a Freight; !> v
- cine Cati take: its in our '...mi.h. Solomon's please all. PEXAACOIjA: FLORIDA. luine"i'-haul:
Indian be, his assistance toImanage try phnovti! -
. Van way .
." Try them. Only Ic. Mti-fuc- 1 machinery and furniture at Hi ,-.
- the aflairs of our government tion: guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- able Prices.

is not needed and such will bTte, 121 South Pal tf,ix street. Telephone your orders to F r IJ:

not be chosen. when the people con Pou's Livery Htablos, Phone :
THE Mr;. II. H: Hallmark'
J{< -MI
cerned have a voice in the matter. EQUITABLE
If the president cannot underetaiid ,

this plainly and the people are to be I TRANSFER CO.

tried beyond endurance with obnoxious AND A DOG MRS. H. II. HALLMARK'.
Life Assurance Society of the United States. I
the havea
appointments, people -- : HAKKV HAI.LMAKK, Transfer \:' .
remedy atid they can apply it. :,I L A X, It. It. to.,1'soil I'.4 A. UuTIII

The constitution and the laws of K-I ward Church, white, wislnutul: i C HENRY B. HYDE FOUNDER.

this country were nude by; wl.i e over to the county authorities this I t

men, and "" hen the power to appoint vnornins? for the alleged theft of a I Forty-third Annual Statement, for th: Year Ending December 31, J902.I :

men to otliue in certain positious was
parrot awl i a (log: from Peter Delano. : ? IM
placed in the executive, it was never I Y
imagined that a president would Church U aU! to hive taken the ASSETS. i INCOME. J&iiUiU mmi; SO.VholoaK' .

ever be ao blind to all sense of justice bird and dl' after D Ianj had bearded Bonds and Mortgage... .... .. ... .. t-lll IG,2i4 15 I PrE-Inl'ulll flecetpt.... .. .. .... .. .. toJ, p242l: 41 :
and propriety as to outrage the him free fur time. D-lano I. \ and
some : r.f.'alEtatein :New York, inelul- 1I1tt're, fleut etc..... .. .. .... I;; 071 S1;
citizens of any place within the con- said today that during Churc h's llL the Equitable Btmlldiiig. .. 21'l,04. 41tjititd _---.:_ .:.... Id al il I C

flues of the United States by the st'iy at his hou-e a fiud suit of''i states; State, City and, Incom:3: . .. S 69.007,0i2.25 III.lI'AltIItt'4Family Oil
appointment of negroes to position** I It IJlrnar! B'lI and other In-
of responsibility and authority. It clothes and several blankets had i v-stinrit'maikt value over I DISBURSEMENTS Fancy and Staple
1 mysteriou-ly disappeaied. ; lN ,:JIiJllU.I; )) .
eo.tI .UjjIUll\JJ. "' '' '' '''' '''
is that he will
J expected choose men .
< Groceries
4j of his own party for political preferment i L05n4 secured by B.nd:111 I Death Claim.._ .... .. .. .. U5.2'1 !jiH.iJ; ? fc

it and all acquiesce in that; but )13ttctiuu.was pale: and C1riuosace.One sallow and the : :bluNt;'i.tks) .lIIarket. ... ... .value. .. .,. .*.2tt92-.. .. .. 1. G_.,1, LU; ()} End'wl1Jf'nt. and deferred dlv .. and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fi-:. '
1 until it shall be the proper thing tu : dead I I 1\))11'cl'". .. .. ... .. .. .. ... 6 ".'.I. ".'..JJ" Ooods.i .

have a in the office of clue othf-r fre-h und ro-y. Whmce the I: Policy 14ratis.... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 1t.lU\r,74.JJ:\ ; Aunuities.. .... .. ... .. .. .... .. 7';: .0\Il i
; negro dillpretict? :She:: whIt i is buhiitgwith : ; We are Hole Distributors for \\
I magistrate of the nation it cannot hpulth u-f-t Dr. Kin '.-, New i Hell E-tate oul.ide of New YorJr, Surrender \"ulul's... .. .. .. .... 2.I,7J; : : Hl Florida for the CVlebratfd C If oj l lMoude

ll be the proper thing for him to I Life 1MU to maintain it. l ly gently Including 12 olhlee buildiu ,.,.... l,43ti52l.3l: Di\"idt."ud- to I'lic'hlJlder.. .. .. -l,4i1,91.15, : Coffee, Sweet Home Mi i '
urou-pijr th<' lazy uriiaas they c >ni- r bcs, Illini and Climax Flours. B.\ !II -
C"h iu n l1kIlnd Tru-t Comp: '
hold I'tiice : ---
i iel jo'd dijrp-tuui; and head off confrv uiies at lueres' ... ... .. .. ... 2 5H130: ; Delicatessen, Oeriii-in Am: e r iV .1
lt. 1.lipatwl1.I them. 0'.hy 2Je, at I Paid Policyholders $29101250 JIhlance 9 Food Co.'s Canned Meats Etc. A
I OU'llIK r.lKMtU4.:
: I
KICKING W.\. D'Alfinbeite, 121: 8. Palafox due from ac-nts.. .. .. .. .. \'etl,2JU, of which are Fold by nil fir*t.ct <-

"The farmer* are the salvation of I etreet, Dru;; i.t. I ..).), I C'H1HliioI\Q, adverti.iu;, rotae Retail Grocers in the city.
I. I nteret 4flu .ztPlit. ( n'll'! f--). I ..udt'xclaug'e... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6.1'H4(11)0.l:
our the MaccleiuyStandard 06--104
country says $l'SO- Accined *l"'Il1.n-) UU2.001 ;
SOUTh i'ti.i lox
this in I All ('tiler I dubnrsetmiezitg... ... ... 5bU ,IIJ4. ;
( "particularly i is so BAY EXCURSION. I :

. the Unittd Sates, but while this is PrellllUl due... .Iud. .. ..In.. ..process. ... ..llf. -I _)._,_,,..m_) UO I irmkitmg Fllnl, Reduction IIf ,:' -- ---
The ladies of the Baptist: church I values of B.'ud lIurclJae d at a

the case they.reeeixe less encourage- will give an f'xcur"ioll on the bay: : Deferred l'remit:1l1". ... .... . 23j6ijlK: : ) : prtll1ulll! ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... :311! 2C6.CO PENSACOLAPreSsillg
: ment and arsi-tauce, from the general I ----- : -----
next Thursday on a "ife and comforfible -

:'ti-3: of government people." We than cannot any believe otherclass yteamer. Refreshments will I Total Assets . $359,395,537,72 ': Disbursements . $ 42,248,101.45 : ClubFOR

i i1 that the faimer around Maccltuuj be provided. Fare for round trip i We hereUy c.r1.fy 10 tt,.. 'orrfOctnp" of the above btatelnent.
:,'t cents. IllS I t.\SCB W. JK5iXAudtor. li.1t.UOCJ-EN.Asi.tant5IliLtor., A. W. }I.\I ,\ 'OCIBtl Aujltor.I CEHTLEMEH.
j ,1 are arkin;: or seeking; either eucottrageineut _._ ---- I -- _. .
;! assistance from the I
or You will con.-u'.t your be-t inter- : ASSURANCE. I -
. : On tLt I
United States: Koverunieut.
e-ts by going to O. )[. Pryor if you
i" ,. __ I One Dollar Per
is continually
contrary the government .' -!) '-I n co ,
want furniture. He is in position to Assurance Fund (or } .eilervt'I'-' ).ltioJ.
and assi*. I ns t a.1m ell Policies Stated at their Co.-nmuled V a 1 lies.
receiving ince ,
: a-king sell cheaper than any other lou"e ia All other Liabilities! .. ... .... ,1.t'17,7.U:!: ;; In Advance to :\rembership.I' .
: from them, fi cm all other farmers I
the '
. t i and from the people of every ut.frf i city.__. $2B456a04095 i Outstanding Assurance $1,292,446,595.00Surplus !I' Clothe? ClpanM and Prised ,
Total I Liabilities I i . often as desired. Your Clothe
occupation every where. When out aent for and delivered. ,'
GO TO E. W. PEAKE'S : Call :
: : representatives- congress propo 5','.j :South Palafox and Join tl
I . )$75.127,490.77
';,4I to vote for appropriation for river Xo.30 t outh Palafox I street, for your I NeVI Assurance . 8281.249,944.00We Club.

and hal bl'r improvements it is ct i electrical work. He i is prepared to !

..f9 the theory that such improvements I 1, do you a first-cl.-, job at moderate bfrt-liv certify to tl,.. <*.nrr Drpuruiieut, is rsupt'nnlt'D.It'nt' crrtitlcjte .." U.taiktl :'Oll\tt'm..nt.
pJ. are for the public good. The harbor I prices. Phone :203. ._ I J. (i. VAX CI: >f;.!. K. u. lL"Shlant Actuary.Ue : Yours for Xeatne'. *,

; of Pen;;uc his not for the exclusive
J. \v" will launder your spreads to' I nave examined"lenicouat'iiad \.*..tsnf the -oci"t\. and ...>rtifto the corr..ctne ss of IhA for"soing!: st *fin"nt.
.;! benefit of this city, but a giteway to iSfbDta each and niakw them lont \\ 'l. A. W 11 IJ.LIJU Y. 1:'. :;..\LEIt. I. LC1A'.\UlJ UL.\1K, C. B. ALKXSlEU.. U EIJ. 11. SqUIRE, G. \V. IRWIN.
Hptrcml C'oiniiiiciee of the boarii u! Inrt-clors.
i the SEa for the products of the interior like uw Star Laaudry.
oIi ..
t country. Hut the htand. rd .
---- --- -- -
I" about the cemetElroad.. JAMES. ALEXANDER: President. JAMES:: H. HYDE, Vice-President.
complain ; Hot Chocolate with
li1. 0 TARIJELL ecnl1'Ice. }> JEOKGE WILSON' Third Vice-I're
GAGE E. r. !!
1;: It says: CatarrhInvites \WILLIAM McINTYRE. Fourth \Vice-Pr Whipped Cream at Solo-

ij! "We see: from the procceedings of WILLIAM ALtXAXDEK. Secretiry. THOMAS D. JORDAN, Comptroller. : mon's.

!! i congress that Senator Mallory has MONEY R. RI l'LEY, Treasurer. ,

introduced a bill in the senate a-k Consumption H. R. WI THHOP, A;st. Secretary.: :;. C. UILO[ Hupt. of A Hlciei. JAMES B. LOUING: Roinrar.M.MURR.VY .

iH ing fur an appropriation of fiiuoo: I I weakens; the delicate lung tissues, EDWARD W. LAMBERT, M. I)., and EDWARD, Cashier CURTH. D., Medical Directors. I I STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

t; to build :\ mile or two of road out deranges;; the ili;; '-lh'c organs amid i -

ila:; 1 Irom I'ensacolato the national cemetery I breaks tlown the general health. DIRECTORS.[ I >twepn Penhaeola and Iilt..n-Hoal

near that place, ani every i I It; often causes headache and tliz/i- Itiinn Daily Hvcppt Snnflay
I niember in both Louses of congress I J. \V.ALKXAXUtlt JAMES II. HYDE. ,
micr', impair the I tate, smell and
' from Fl'ridasiil :give this inta-iuie I I.UU1rirZ'.EUAI.I>, JOIIV .\. S-TEWMtT UI'. MORTON, JACOB If. M IIIFK, "CITY OF TAMPA."
\ | hearing, and affects the voice. E. il.HARKl\\N: U'XCEY M. IH.I'A.. J. CAMS XT r. X\IUI\\I ,\. "','.n.p., t
j< his ardent support; but let a bill bpi
I Ili'iiii,' a constitutional disease it rei J.MEJ. HILL, AL.KKKDu.VANDKilBILT, WM. A. WlltEI.OVIWJHST r. L.XOULV. '..T Milton. 1Ia'J am LvIVo-iirula, J -
introduced asking for a few thousand 11.0. MILLS. CI1AS.S.4llllI.! T.JEKKEK.SOS COuLIDGE II.lM.tMINK. Pt-n"oa.IIJJam Ar Mill<>n ;

i .. dollars to construct a highway that i i quires a constitutional rcmctly. J.J. Ati;OK. OrOKt.K: ; J.t.on.II, IlEXUYt.: nUCht'jl"T IIEI.MOVT! : Fare, uc; Round!,
-: would be of benefit to some farming I Hood's Sarsaparilla I tUUNKIlf-. Ml-*, GVl.K t;. TAISI5KI.L, HE ).T. WIL!'(>S. \\:11.\1 tXAM'fciC, II
these I &irtt l.C. VtN lions, l.EO. ll.sqt'IRE.TIIOMX1 M \11'IIl"GIII1'1', T. Ue'.VITT CL'YLER
community same IDI"n Ilailicallx: an.l permanently cure ca- JOHN J. McUHiK, T. EtKEUT, TH *.l>. JOKI>,\S')1.. II. lcS11t1, i
it i with equal determination." ',JEWELER/ IN HIS
oppose I I larrh of tho 1100, throat, stoinacb, I E. XV. LAMIIERT, 11. C. lit \lt-ifltK, C.I.EiJy.\nIHH.\IR, AI.h\lXDHc:,
r From this we tee that our honest M.ilAUrLKYI'ODGE, II. M. AIEXAM'EK, II \\'IV II. JOft'\T, WM. JI. AL WIX.Jr.

brother sees through a glass darkly. bowel*, and more delicate organs. V. P.SSVUEU.JAMrS i\YfoN IVE!. J. "" Ue SAVAHUO.hKADIsa MIiStYI*. POU'f.[)", I NEW STAND

If the cemetery toad bill purported I llea-l the tiinoiiiaN. B, FOKGAX, \MfhLM.. INMAN, JOHXsOX, M. E. IXUALLS, I

Xo sub-tittitc IIooJ's JOHN hUlANE. JOSEPH T.LOW.
to be for the benefit of any cominu for acts like '

nity in particular it would not be I Ilood's. Be sure to : I have mgved my J jewelry store t'
considered in congress for a 1l1 1lllte. I wa* tronbleJ with catarrh 20 years. ; 120 South Palafox, formerly ocu

:. But this is a case if a cemetery I It- St'l'in statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla I
& *
pied by Bass C? and am n
cated at a marly inaccessible place. I; resolved! to try it. Four bottles
Gen'l better prepared thin ever to givegreat
Tbe government owns the cemetery i I entirely cured me." WrLu.BE&I.\: BROS. Agents
in diamonds watch"',
bargain* ,
and this proposition is that the gov.. Oth St., Milwaukee, Wis. ,
1,' jewelry, etc. Call and eee roe a.d
ernment build a road so the publ.c: Hood's Sarsaparilla promises to
cure and keeps the promise. 309 S. Palafox Street PENSACOLA FLA. .1 let me convince you.J. .
can visit: it without the necessity: il I. 15TEPilE:=\:3.



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WARRINGTONHAPPENINGS It is claimed that no male finger w. C.O'NEAG Presidesti M. E. CLARK: Cashier; r k i''I
SHEPPARD S S.J.FOSHEE.Yice.Prertdent; JOHN PFEIFPER, Aw't C.tW.r. j.' s
ever lived, who could produce notes ".i-;

IS THE MAN .of vocalist.the: altitude He strikes of thin a B phenominal flat above AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKe :s:*

the coveted high C of tenors and it
-- 113 neither falsetto nor."squeak,'' but OF PERSACOLA, FLA. : l#

jMLACHICOLA MAN SAID TO (Correspondence of The Newt ) a clear ringing tone.KATHRYN Designated Depository of the United States. c': tj i"

Warriagton, Feb. 13.-A birthday Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1903. ; .. 111t

HAVE BEEN NAMED AS party was given last evening by KIDDER, RESOURCES LIABILITIES. f;: '",1'

DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Miss Ellie TotILrd at the home of J Loans and Discounts................... ... 336072.95 Capital Stock J200.000.00 '.. ;' 1
her mother on Wall street. Music Demand 122.806.54 Surplus 20,000.00 :' '
--- Overdrafts................ ueo.02 Undivided Ww .".. -1.,;'', !f
and dancing was indulged in until U. 8. Bonds and Premiums........ ...... 213,806.87! 125000.00 :,: :.. :
tion received by THE 11 o'clock when refreshments Stocks securities, 2,62500 Dividends; Unpaid.. 180.00 '
1uf )ru the ef- were r Furniture and Fixtures... ...... .... ......, 6.718.48 Deposits; ..... ...... oooc. *.o* ,, 1' ;.
1U.rclul was to
'\EW; thH { served. Among the mere noticeable Cash Exchange. 22S.170.24 i. .' ,

Jtttut! H. n. W. B. Sheppard of features oL the evening were piano Y;, )... r
'? '
try., atoll had beeu named to sueKa and mandolin: duetts by Messrs. De Total...... .... .... ...... ................ $911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... 911420.10- ..' ,/: .'1i

.,.,!I'I. J.1I1! an' deceased Tunis and De Archo and v-)cal selections This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give P:' '<. ;I"
C" your business prompt courteous and careful attention. '* c
.. ,-t ai'-irney. This selection Is by Miss Teichernann: and /'

;d 1.1.! -v to all here except the I Mss: Gathleny.!: The charming hos- 4 PER CENT INTEREST' PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ,'- x'; J.i

.i-its, but of course a localtt i tus was assisted! in receiving tby a ,. ;' !"t 1 a

C- 1 IJ .,'e been much mare I her si sister Miss Ealalia Touard. B. H. FAIRCHILD I Fb: :::G. w. & CO; : G. w._. & COI r sI: :.I'.I'-} '!!;.t-. ':.

I Those Misses
preseut were May ll J :
1 QI'130L6TE13E13SS ,
>. i >;>poed the deceased at- Frincis L. Gathleny Pearls Small. 'lI1
the time the ViA
t ;; bitterly at woods, Ranee and Teichemann; ,
I "anet Work and Refinishing Furniture a
sat : w.- u.1met: and also tried fort Mrs. K Ray Mr. and Mrs. Da Tunis

,. ,'.'.r,hip of Apalaehicola.HI : I' and luessrs.V.. J. Haggard, E. Spe ialt,.

wi; : ned; for that: fatofflcr, I Townsend, J.Haeley, E. seuJ. 1 1 Phone 4O5. O kP&L!& FCC S WTI M&T.I&

of certtiu aili- Lj brook T.ri. Cu'ulbiurn, J. Sullivan i o saI '
account WHITE
w .1! j R. K. I ; ;|
A. De Archo and J. Lembudo. .
II.\ t.. d- agiiiust him by Mr. A special meeting was held at the a Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler wg -FORConfirmation- ..
.. ,'"
C' Mt ; iLtluential Franklin I II barrack by the Army and Navy and Graduate Optician, I'
i .-.jifin.] It is said: that Union at Barrancas initiito some I : Costumes. i .:
YnueoU,Flijtudng's :
I 11 Saitk PiUfoi St. ;Sl'
.... .u.'d him with p n-ion I new member There was no meeting 1 i' :
( I ---- .
held last Thursday owing to the Ph 0 ;
well I "
/.j t charge were so i 'WI '
(: i flit Best 5c. \, I
fire at the navy yard. iI ; /or ::::::< .r '
e. J tn it the president turned Many people from Warrington; attended I 1 SHIRT WAISTS---.....;:,:. \ '.. 'r1 .

: v s iard's application.j !I the opera house performance : REMARKABLE CURE OF CROUP.A I 1\"() Recent Large Receipts at from $J.OO to $3.00 Each t'l ;.: .1 I' ,f f I II
: ll" recent contest for theI in Pen=acola Ian nigh A late train !
1 Little Boy's life Saved.I I ,. Made from Mercerized; Oxfords Madras Cloths, l '. .[ :
for their convenience.
t si! it'' ; m irshalship, however, was put on t
Paymaster Ujlthis gave a card I have a few words to say regardingChamberlain's Q : 4. ',. r t

:0. -i 1 and\ Crooms are understood party at his residence in the navy I I Cough Remedy. It ) oe EXTRA sOur L. !' : :=;I
v .v i k' d and made u;? for I saved my little boy' life and I feel <
yard Wednesday evening.; i J ;
i ... of centering their forces i Mr. B. Simmons has resigned his I II that I cannot praise it enough. I cc Mr. W. \V. Watson, now iu the Eastern arkets in search x":I'I't

", 111. IcG.lUria. They had there- ':. po-ition as assistant engineer on the I ;1 I. bought a bottle of it from A.E.Steere: > of New and Nobby Thing l. has just;; notified us that a shipment t ,. ;

u on very bitter terms and ': teamhip Martinique, and is now << of Goodwin S. D., and when I got} is en route by Express of Exclusive Patterns in : '! ,I"

t": : m put their heads togethMcGourin ; ,i with his patents at this pi ice.T. 8. C. 1i :, home hardly with the I pave poor the baby medicineas could 6 Mercerized Oxfords and Madrasses Especially g j 'l t

and support i I >TA 7/ON. I directed every ten minutes until I' '
: Nff'ff IIKATIIRYN Woven for Shirt Waists. -' : ).
"threw up" and then I thought sure .
v 525cSES2S-d52525ESPS. he was Roinu to choke to death. We THEY WILL ARRIVE MONDAY 1Y RXl'RESS.: '\ ; ,. .1 y'
> of his !"j !I }!I I
had to pull: the phlegm out I .
died the
\\ 1. Eugan Apian YI --- -- '- -
/K/ItJERJI mouth in great Ions strings. I am : is t "r
began to work for the AMUSEMENTS. ; ALEXANDER positive I that if 1 had not ,got that GREEN WATSON & CO. :

: in visw of his aiJ to bottle of cough medicine, my. boy 'I.'I.'E
I C525 i525252t25rSZ52y ; w'ulJ not be m earth today.-JoEL 1 mI' I
C le marMiulhip fight the NYf tYJ DEMOXT: Inwood Iowa. For sale! .l'=.G.: W. & C0-_-::-;S*G. W. & CO": Ni i r'"_Ssx i?T2: i \
ARnOLD STOCK co. i by all druggists and medicine deal- 'i.r
i rced as a kind sett.tosupport ...
? --- ers. .. :, : ; 1
The Aniulu :stock Company begat 't ,
Sheppard .
: Tale Piso's Cure for Cor s lrt:oa. I twill '" '"/ 11 11 '" ; J...
an eiijrux'fiiiMit; ; tlf three performances I Regular: communicationof : t-. I. '. J
y-hip in spite of the V.IVYVY V C'W LY/VVIV V Ia *'
care cough. 23c.; By all <
your ;
B calUbi.Lodle 15,
i at the opera: house to a fair ? r.,1'you
.lICle;: against him. druggist! I F. and A. M., 7:30 p. in., CAN GET ."* < .< 71&o" :'
; audience. The shay was a of G b
stay >Mon Feb. 1G.Yisitingbrethren. I. 11
i ., i d him for the col- :Ins Ltary life, cutUlfJ "In Honor ., lay are cordially i t.L

I Hound" and gave opportunities f>>r PAY FOR THEQUARANTINE invited. ICE CREAM SODA, ::
good work. Ten
of allairs is a stage persons werefa '
i !. : i the ca-t: This afterimni "The HARRY. W. GIBBS W. M. HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-I 1ADE CANDIES $ \ i:
: r lawyers genTrii ; Secretary. ,
Iicubtt'r Kid' will !>* put on, and PLANTDr. --
all who! had I ATTrainer's -
II I and totiilit the hill v.ii b.; "tll1. : lVPOHTL.-\XD CEMENT at =

I. ni!ht in C'ttii.itowu; "a \ery: laughable I 152 60 per barrel. A. Y. CLVBBS, I i J. : '

rr- S.!; i Hond's production.: Simpson, member cf the state 4 I| Corner Bru and Garden Streets. I Confectionery ; };

r .. I ; ni: -.u!' ; ; cure fort beard of health, kindly favoreJ a i! O. M. Pryor will sell you furniture *.. FIRST DCCR NORTH OF THIESEN.BUILDING. v<.< r }

I j' :: .:;.' ,! .::.-wdiiu' joints "ALICE OF OLD VSKCEHNES"; NEWS reporter with an interview cheaper than any other house in I. ; Il.
I % s%%%% !
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.1 ,." I.' today regarding the status of the I he city. Y V V 'l'f.;! : :

proceeds from the quarantine i i iH
CO TO SOL CAHK & CO.'S Phnt'l Goldria's No. 3 saloon at the I i I
E P 4 .s As i is already known the l' ; J.l1
Union depot, since its opening, has DR H. MOCK
: b! v ..1! M'. !. :Malta-Vita: and plant: was, together with other quarantine I J. .'t.
@ become noted as: the place to. find ,
i I. 1 KI: I; 1'r e. Skl'tt: I .t
property transferred by the II the best and purest brands of liquorsto i
i I
SPECIAL TRAIN Board of State Institution to the ': be found in the city. You will I' NTIST.i ; !.;

rt' + United States for a consideration oft ; receive welcome.polite attention and be made I D

which the portion awarded for the 'H:
Pensacola: plant was some SiO.COO, I : !

.- -- k and in accordance with the understanding i ..HVTCJ...... - - 28 S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Bupding.'r; r I.: J
:' il: ti tii of tiiO:, seison : at the time of said transfer I I '. : .._' "t.1TJ\EKth..CIIPI consigners of German I Ira CROWN AND BRIDGE I WORK A SPECIALTY. .: .l.'i;
Kmma 11I11bl! rvupmiMlile I ,
this this is to revert to Escambiacounty t i '
w.- put on worn- sum for debts cuutraciHd by I I
I the crew of said vt 6el. I ,
i a very sinill crowd and the city of Pensacob.; To ; A.KIKST, I 1 t I '
USER nlios. Captain.r.fetHt. I -
1 .-. It is cxpecti'd that all intents and purposes the moneyis COO,IO"I'S.! tIJ

.H'prmNlbte t'&tl\lll" + now in the state treasury. It is I I c.\ 11 11. {J.' DtSiln l <& C Co. .l: >r9'blacutteturersandDealersto

w greater than that fr >mP learned from Dr. Simpson that tl is COLORED )MAN sober and trut- ; ..
worthy, to prep-ire for traveli'titr: ; \ ''
\ .
I .
I I \\ I
of the -'
be paid out ,
money cannot $5 per mouth and all expenses, en- .- : 'f; ;t;
I 1
cloe "celf-addreed envelope for r .';'
state treasury except by an appropriation

cf the legislature and that I i our Star lild reply., Chicago.A. ituperintenlent. 7o2i ,, Sash, Doors, Blinds, ::,.: ;",.

r f" 1 the direct procedure should bo to -- -- k
,\ 7Cd i Shingles, j l I;
the lump sum due to tl eState ,
appropriate C. BINKLEY de-lw his friend! } ,Iii;

limes: In "Ai.c.;, e of 01.1"II'l'Pll1e=;' Hoard of Health amounting: in and the public to know th It re has Builders' Materials, .. > ')'l

wi.: ifii will 1)'! pr -fntid ;at the ..[>era round numbers to $3O.; OO. and then Moved to Boom 508. Thie,en building 'II. r.l'

-- hUla-I' nil fn'+j.-iy, (5jrtru leC-' !iil'in the State Board, of which Dr. Porteris where he will continue as; heretofore Brick and Lime. '; ; '1

riL h I \s f'tinl\ a ruli 1' 'L'uli. rlmi. !' d I to the head would immediately pay a general law practice .=- Telephone 3\To. 11. '

i'.. -:; .ioy'sTesttoofSii'M's her cl.nrlllin.I"r'oll'lht.'. As fie -- ,- .: i'
the Board of County Commissionersthe :
i! Uirli-h i htn-iup IIr the U->\nl
; Disease.FRANCIS !'I I'r day( ':si: thoe- l Juts rift\vry* that opportunity: IUVP alre.iiJymacl !toJUr'y ', san sum i is on due the this lookout county.for the Dr. riimp-:interests !i GEM BOOK STORE f. !A. GREENHUT & GO. $ 'I.ii k,l li

i: her such 1& sri it f ivorite with i s I I ; cf Pensacola and Ecambiacountyand I .
conC!'T\E::: iI ; the th'\ atre-o. rs <>f Aim-rid. She has already since his return f

rated the Jno. J.Fulton ha= brew srreetKl\ i-vrrywht-rn by .WHOLESALE GROCERS Jfi1;
Kultnn Coffitxinnfls! M from the meeting of the Boardof r ... /
: large:: lId t'Ptl.U.jd..tIC an Uenc-, I i ,
of Disease
llrifti's and i
Jacksonville consultedwith
Health in
.Toy, rte K'urny street :' ana the pl.iy i is one tft-tt ll-i nis. I\.r' II

l- nf the inrestlgators in all *.,cti >nThe, ('harm..r Alice':I cur senator and representatives I I VALENTINESSENTIMENTAL ,, Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. ";t :1'

I hail an u>lT3ocoJ coio :!, in the pby f->rm i i.. thy charm that ; to the legislature so that they are I' .
?' vas beyond human aI.!. : APOSTLE'S-- J
t.' 'iU: bi-ea in OM of tM m tdfl! tht ;-.tnry. *.> attractive between fully Informed of the situation: in all I AN ART STUDIO. I OYSTERS AT NIC : r

. >- wtU thbi bis l'a.e wa' I have opened a studio in room 9, Fine oyster today. Try them r ;
.. '1'.: < 'i."and">* that that hu it would recov.'tie rv '' U-ia, the adapt, has adheared as i ii nutshell, the state owes the Hoard of j,[ Salisbury block where I will give I i I NIC APOSTLF. :l :.1.

., .i- ' told Joy in i i i-lo-piy a* T.ISC insistent to Maurice Health $50,000) and the Hoard of f ...SOUVENIR CARDS... I I lesson in own of draw- -
my system :iI
r. .1 mmn. Ho rani.aud i Hot Trench Waffles with t ;
"I.-' -,t Joy started !or ar rii: inj !>on'* thrilling tale, art! the : Health owes this city and county :ling-called "Black and'hile"- r

I >t W1--.r. fully trmnd(':expci-tins bd.1 joined on U.9 his rult i i.* *,'m" strong: siuution*.. and ::, $.0,000: which it will pay a; soon as ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS, | al-o] iu French Pastel painting aDd I Florida Cane Syrup at f fI .
at I ha-st tre ii'-iid m cliniix. : .
one : the state pays.CHIPLEY i Newspaper and Magazine Illuitrat-! Solomon's. -: r
r r ".i!*;' Joy Jim turn..1.. "..\lct; of Olid Vincsnues"i'i 1 I : l
". Seonicilly, ) i i
:l1llncl{ IIUllnstta 4 rmnth apart. as furr.orJ"P' tiau'uilly a'tractive, the C')*..j LIGHT INFANTRY : MARDI GRAS NOVELTIES inc.I I ;';1'I
.1 fur over sn month-:, I hive fiuhtlar eclasie5ia; every < ,: ,
... I
'ainedIDahospitaltetsrow; .tuiues hiiMricilly correct, ami I DR. F. E. BRUCE
> d'lwn. on the stnt MIL1TAUY 1JALU : ------- --- ---- town in Oeorgi t :dui in many of the f'; f, imi-ie i ione of the
-1.1{c rall thl'timr. Tbt-ra the I the South ,
o can
ff inil" collie- )
'"-'';bl all ltl'PSC1daOJ5L frautr...s of the pr"HAVERLY'SMASTADON, .)!). !I Monday the Sird in't, will be military I Has returned and resumed practice at
Stationery, j oiler you an fxperience twenty-
will\ P.nrtlita at Ms stores I day during the Mardid-ias Carnival tudio will be I Ollce2WrstGovernment: Ht., d
Iu the '
TISS! ''tlls wL"r.>he will I years.
: .. "..1 nt. hctt'and irir the JeIh : and as wind up for the days' I Periodical, i found the choicest collection ofcra'on I Salisbury BuilJIag.Tol R: '
Overland !>1"1Ihy 1n. the Chipley boys will give
use and co-tuiuJ to IUa festivities work ever shown by a Dingle I or>lion.o204'i 14x3. .
'. ; MINSTRELS:' one of tbeir delightful military I Leather Goods, artist; and an invitation is extended _.- -

S '?.''that Brlrht'a rts"sieurjMe I i balls. The various committees are to everyone to come and see it. My I
Minstrels submit thisp.aon and Frames.
but w rr cent are ; Haverly's work and promise to entertain fc
hard at
unUir the Fulton C.. : term for Instruction are moderate. I
i: mI -
., [ ; In' n P, the on'.y! GeorgeiVi 4 II I i Hi
t i their friends in grand style. OTIS A. MILLER.
: minor kidney .J'a lVio.5l f. r H-ihfsI; 's- I i The program
t'', '-tie C.imoounJ. Free | a*th' iresir. .\* their chief vocalist, !
.:'. tr ,, ba announced later.I MEAT & MALT his a marvelous
:; .. Jvo erhtvepanirhtetlure.a J. Fulton C, Ga-age M.'rjan; a mite slat alai Ladies free. and
I Admission i 50 cents. JOgsofl dietetic value. While refreshing
c., ::...lI JI:Cry r street S:..a FraaHAXNAH whom they will expect to create I G. I ; I tie
Waffles with pleasant to take it helps assimilation fiIiti rhci; gpaphg> ?
1-onpthiix: of a sensitiou here. Mor-I Hot French c :

: RRO., raa I is an'Ea;Iishm! in, who has been Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. 218 SOUTH PALAFO%'sr.a I of food. RM1 byDANNHEIdSER BROS. I S. Palafox Street. r yF

S 1 Aleuts for Pecnsaola. !I the featured: : soloist of Moore & Bar.I .
t 4

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x. .

-"--"-< r1yr, ."':-1-.....= I ..t': ,,'w; 'j'f! (';. > *'".qvs.I+sga.p: ;, .+?r--'p"-GS :a>..;;.'1 :r4't".", '";$', ';;.:.."''';... ,:-r -1',.::! '''":\N..f.' : .;.,,1;:: "":-..?s -<<'!-r "'o ':"" :iC"t: =: :' ::.taa -,

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De i lOur Dug

Washiagtoa tiT Tent Rlgb- '
Ii The ..ltlo.. of the Far..r.. ,.
Free of .
Material Chars
war best
L The editor of the National Advertiser THAT HAUNT THE UNITED The
Which the working man bas fought for The Mill material laboratory, which
r seems to be pretty level headed Judging STATES CAPITOL.
and succeeded in obtaining is somethingthe was estaHithed! Sn December JSW\ in
; by a recent utterance In that paper. wife has no share in. Her day begins cKpCrniion' with the office of public I at one-half

;' -It H high time," gays he, "that newspaper A Story of Specter*.' Tliat Stalk at before his and ends long after it, road Inquiries tests' road materials of ;; price

look elsewhere thnn to farmers Xisbt'bf''' the halls of LeglsLilion u a tale, and many a night her rest is all free of charge for i i .
i for,subjects for jests and cartoons. In Are Gloomy pod Deserved, a. broken by the baby'sfretfulness.

t.. this rountrtbt'rc are upward of C.IHIO.- Told b Oue ut the Old GnarJ's.Like The oral roadl.uiWcrs throughout: the ,'Oun- It takes five of the ordinary "quarts to make a fallon..but a IIAYN ER cr UJT '
> of 1:11 roll quart an honest quart of 32 tour to the gallon.l Now, ,.s*
farmers who o'\\'n their o'n.lam}, ,Y he.rltbitstIi 0 III all try, says the tetretary agriculture i ibis ounces you JaY re ;
'; fOO .. least 11.25 a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than n.\YX. [t
\, liter horses, tattle, ,sheep end Logs: most repositories of good stories .7 must wear out under annual rcpcrt. i food or M.25 srallon. If you buy HAYNEK WHISKEY )'olliiave at lean tJ if*

} and tie aggregate of their wealth is the ancient man who has spent decades ; ,;4 such a strain. What Those interested iu the constructionof gallon. We Bell two gallons for about the same as you pay for one gallon of pre, u"'
whiskey. Just think that over and remember that HAYXER WHISKEY '
V greater than the combined! riches off as a guard in the capitol in Washington ,Y y can be expected then a road have only to send samples of our distillery to you carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTlLLix roe ?.
of those women their available materials to this latn.ra-' ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers' enormous routs. T J
the steel trust, the Standard Oil company did not yield up the fullness of >-J._ who are weaten- 1"110 good and so cheap. That's why we have over quarter of a million sit i .-"'
; and of all the railroads of the his narrators riches without a struggle. .ftt ed by woman tory and have the roadraaking qualities tomers. That's why YOU should try 1- Your money back U you're not satI.t\I.u ::
j United ;tllte!;. They live comfortably, diseases cf these materials determined. In the
| "It s unplt>: *ant to be made a mock ly

.:' and they enjoy life. Place tlifin side of the he ."Do Womenwho case of materials: ) for macadam roads Direct from
by skeptical protested.
our distillery to
by side with City people, and they wili ,;-- il. areweak the resistance of wear to rock its cementing YOU
believe in ghosts, man? e; -
you : young
hardness and
value toughness
compare most favorably with tllese)1I! .........
intelligence and lu education. They "1f answering in tLe affirmative begets :' worn-out absorptiveness are determined. After saris Outers' Profits I Privmls AduIUr.lIon II I

are !;t'I4;.blt* at-d titnst'r\lti\'e. They ra lL teres tin:: tale, I do," returnedthe t'I-: : and run-down will find new such tests are made it is possible to predict -

writer. life and new strength in the which material will give the best
believe in law and order. select
"Well, starting on the premise that use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite practical results under a given traffic. *
candidates for oTnt and
good: men as It establishes HAYNER
usually elect sUl'h.11 of their influence you do believe to some extent in the y Prescription., dries weakening Only practical roadbuilders of much ) WHISKEY

I will admit experience realize the large amount of
is' cast for what i is best in manhood supernatural, you to my drains, heals inflammation
confidence" resumed the old guard and ulceration and money which can be wasted through an
and cures "
they are intently patriotic.As 1 ;;
a class they are just, upright; and and here goes for the authentic yarn female weakness. It mates improper selection of material. There PURE SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE

of the spooks, that haunt the nation's weak women strong and are generally] several materials available -
honest. Newspapers which. link! them
Capitol: ,," sick women well in every locality and the difficulty

thinselves. \( O are- "In the long, monotonous watches of 'J)f'j,{ Sick people are invited to of selecting the most suitable for a particular 4 FULL $ -!! EXPRESS

the innumerable the U consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, is
night road
i'. readers of newspapers, and above any are spooks, free. All is evident. The only way 3
other 'II" rducnUtl hobgoblins anti theerie<< vapory a pt"tq.'r selection can be made within! QUARTS PREPAID
( ;" are to rely uponadvertisoments held as strictly private and !
thins! : which glide from the shadowy Address a reasonable time is by means' of phys
2 : to tell them where to sacredly Gdential.: Dr.R.V.

go to buy goods." nooks and crannies of the intangiblei Pierce, BufT: :lo, N. V.-.- I I ical and chemical laboratory tests.TLe We will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES of HAYNER'S SEVEN-

i nowhere to pN'I'pie the capitol's vast "I sutured: with female weakness about eight lat'OIaol'Y' Is iiovvjpquipiK'd for YEAR-OLD RYE for 1120 and we will pay tbe express charges. Try it and
years -tn J several doct"TS l.ut li>n.tlllo Ilt'nti i U you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from i
.IaaGi;; :1" ,\IIIH':!rn!It''I.n i stretches e>f darkness. Of course you 6t unlit 11><:"in lItg Dr Pierce's Favorite I'rei;j i t'ae testing of road materials of every anybody else at any price, then send it back at our expense and your 13.20

?, ,'" early youth we have udmiicii know of the extraordinary luousticj I scrip"i.n.."rimesIra John Green, of Danville! I II di scription! as W1I118 cement and con- will be returned to you by next maIL Just think that offer over. How cot.J:
ULVIC C K\'. "Tins medicine was I It be fairer If you are not perfectly satisfied, you are not out a cent. Better
recom- i
freaks ..hick I
the! penetration cf some corn- j olltllIII many parts of men.lvd to me bv other tnatkrds. I have taken :
"J1hnI'Il1"s of tli,- ngrlttiltural pri'-<. I jibe rent building: ;; -how n whisker, a six b-Hnts and I'feel like another person." The largo; number! of samples received friend join you. We ship In a plain sealed case, no marks to show v hdf j

TI-t'st' gentlemen, sire wont to t/'ll! us I recalled word at one particular imlnt The k'flcr who offers a substitute for from all parts of the country Including Orders for Ariz.,Cal., ((II.. Idaho, Mont Nev., N.Mer Ore.,Utflh,Wash

Hint in "duxiug: !>iifiss the corntry"they is aiidible at another scores of feet dig "Favorite Prescription," is only seekingto I our island jMis; :. ions, attest the value or Wyo must be OD the basis of 4 <)onrt<* tor1.08 by Kipresi
{ make little Prepaid or :&0 mark the | taut? Yes. Now at night tl.e'e ac"us- tl/ more profit paid oni which practical roadbuilders place upon 1
tnt: farmersly ,
5 1'1'1'i'I'I"III1S; i
I I the bale of leas meritorious medicines. Write our nearest omce and do it NOW. '
'i tic spirits siu'plv go i.iatL \\'I.'rth": ) these laboratory :
tli,' stag* of the! it farms, fences, j His profit is your loss. Refuse all sub teatsy

t front yar-Js I back yards or builditgsMule : i, by d.v were 1'.';'s they expand into I stitutes., ---, THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

of them even claim to ln able to | giants ar.,l a v;hi.sila suddvii"sound.: Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be Not Particular ATlANTAi GA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS MO. ST. PAUL MINI

tell what farmers lake: ngrkultunil; pa- a footfall, r s -!\'s itself' into a jtauilecioi.iuiu. I used Favorite Prescription n whenever Primus-Although you are a millionaire 1.0 DISTXL-EBT, Tuor, 0. ESTABLISHED i860.

i a laxative is my l love is so great, sir, that It
p'r4. go tt institutes, rJiMite tlu-ir :
"Wl' emboldens a poor man like myself to
!rd. terrifying! noises beat upon
children and make home
; happy by j
the eardrums of the watchmen as theypursue eeek a daughter of yours In marriage. ,
Hume bigus.Ve do wish fit' --
't not their lou-ly patrols through:; the swonr eternal devotion, but his Secnndus Which of the girls is it,

troy IlIlIIall', s faith in the powers of words bad a hollow sound that did ;young man? I
seeming mil s of corridors, and then
; these seers or to detract one whit the fIHH\k", the shades of the nation'sgreat not deceive the widow, who knew that Primus-Any one of the three sir. ;I WICKE & CO.
the value of appearance, but the
the end of her reign had come. Her
, the astral b<"lu s of those that
,' fact remains that a good many tumbledown toiled In obscurity for the nation's good lover left her feeling very uncomfortable Safer Anyway. I

farmers whose (('JIP9'orr)' the dodge the watchmen's step, some and, needing a solace for his Ukerdek-Nothing is better In a time !' Plumber
Gas and
benevolent spectator have substantial grand and awful in their speechless disturbed feelings, dropped in by the of danger than presence of mind. i i Steam fitter
t bank accounts, and some of those with ,
dignity, some creeping humbly about way to console himself with a visit to Gobnnjt-Oh, think it over. What'a i ,

line buildings and<< everything to herald Miss Hazel Abbey. Hazel who had the matter with absence of ?
in apologetic silence, some laughing; body No. & South Palafox Streot.
' prosperity are sweating under a mcitKaye. -
learned of the device of her friend In
J some sobbing, but all of them horrible
The moral of which is that ot.e -horrible. her own behalf had the good souse to A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. All Kinds 01: Plumbing and Oas Fittings Materials Kept on Hir
should not judge: men too much by out :
Ward and risible signs. The old man paused to muse. pretend Ignorance of it and made her- Mr. W.. VV. Baker of Plainview, ""::..fl"Ht''IItC'J'ft *-VN'* wvil A V1-

"Do you know," lt said, breakinginto Sl't'l'r,}' agreeable. Neb., writes: "My wife had lung I .

his owu reverie explosively, "Feb. That's the end of the story Mr. Yin-
l 'iKI'len of the Minnie Kluil. trouble'for over fifteen years. Wei i
' 23 H a ditto: dreaded! by of the pent was landed wifely In the matrimonial
} A New I'n: l.ind he. many tried number of doctors (
; grower says a and spent I
'f j capitol night guards? It was on this net held by Mrs. Spk-er and the : 1 SAMUEL CHARLES
l vonld rather ; r.\' h\o barrels of IkllI over a thousand dollars without j i ,
by, in 1s-!::?, that John Quncy! Adams catch turned over to Miss Abbey. any
Davis th-in one barrel of Northern |! died: 1 in the chamber of the! house of 1-. A. MITC1ICL. relief. She was very low and I lot k Iii
the l present hostility to the IMVIS BOOT AND SHE MAKER
j .
I i' representatives, 11tStatunry hall, all hope, when a friend euggl'stedtrying uik ,
teuds t-t pivunt ovcrplantins{ ilintvariety
I. where tl.e exact;; sjiot is marked by a Foley's Honey and Tar, .L
so iamb the better for fruit DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
I brass tablet. Promptly at midnight; One Minute Cough Cure gives a which I did ; and thanks to this
prices of the future. j 011 every anniversary of his death the I relief in one minute, because it kill I .ijJ: Wholesale and Retail Dealer 8hces,; Leather & Fhidn
great it saved her life. She
I aldu! 'in*, tlni-ujigs; I IJussets, \orkj the microbe which tickles! the mucous remedy
| shade of John Juiney Adams appears 'IMIOM: : su. tlO, M'TH
,1 Impel are still th. staple kinds ii I ; membrane, causing the cough, is stronger and enjoys better health P.Ii,1FaT1iFEf.; .
ia a sort of phosphorescent glow "
the iiortheast. and the much talked of OUTthis and at the same time clears; the than she has ever known in ten -
brass tablet Oh, dozens of guards: i phlegm, draws out the inflammationand We shall
jew varii-tieo are as jet little noticed ypars. never be without
In the markets. Au>ou# svts the I !lace seen it from time to time as veil i heals and soothes the allected Foley's Honey and Tar and would J. E. ])UJ3UISSOX & BllOTHEl

1 Pound as; I, find I can refer you to many of j parts. One Minute Cough Curl ask those afflicted to try it." \\'. A. i ,
Sweet is still thc leader. Sutiuu.Slclnto i
h tl.em for affirmation of my assertions. ( Strengthens the lung?, wards oil I D'Alemberte. I| OUNKIC TAKII1GUN V AM IS11:SJi'CI.hTlttiTo:: : ,.
pnmiNiug : "Uflce over the spot the shade begins pneumonia and is; a harmless and

r newcomers in the market. '.. r'to i gesticulate! after the manner of a nevpr failing cure in all curable Dealers In

Gni'iiing is an excellent but not showy ': member addressing till house. Then. I canes of Coughs, Colds and Croup. CHOICESTOF

kind. ;dl..tiuJof varieties delendspartly I all of a sudden, the fine face becomes I One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant: Choice Staple and Family Groceries, & !

on market; the grower who sells I distorted to take harmless and good alike for -
and agonized, the gracefullywaving
t to the young and Old. Hargis Pharmacy, Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too enumerate,
consumer must consider quality, tinny
while the 'I j! arms fall convulsively, and John Sheppard Sidney Kahn. I and Warranted to be the JJbst the Market AH shipper f
of I down sinks the shade with all themovements FRUIT$ AND CONE EC1l0NERl[ l lAT Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given During tht
mainly and of
salability cost '
grow of an expiring man. Then Hot Rolls, at 51:>. m.. lOo Holidays and will Deliver Free to any I'art i>f the City.
, f ing.-America n Cultivator. the phosphorescent glow fades -
away,, a doz., at Solomon's.OPERA.HOUSE. I'
; '
I i and the ethereal etligy dissolves. COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.J. .
: lirrrn Hone for llah'l..nM. C. APOSTLE'S
t' -
i i "I'.ut. although lost sight of. its presence I Ii Box326.
- When I 4-ommeiiced feeding cut green is still made known by the 'clump, J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.,

:::1 j lione, atM>Ut the tiNt thing I did was to j i I i Cop clump, flop; of invisible foot i 14 East Gorermt St.., PHONE 66. !

find its feeriim! value by actual test. '' falls down FauJ.ily Grocorra.r
departing of the
one long I j J,
j lens itiid.-r like ui.ditiuiis \\ ith fresh i vacant corridors. 1 J.M.COK, Manager.COMMEXCIXU Formerly Cordova Restaurant Static i I .

i 'it green Lone added to their feed laid 1 "Stranger than this is the ghost ofi I One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 '

t i.early tv\u-e as usany: eg:C s in the trio 1 j I i the entire congress of ISIS which appears to {2.00 per dozen.
1 ier and a tl.ird iimr> in the .iiuinerthan In vigorous; If spooky session ev- I -+ A..1\I.I.A.:

lot without: the IM.HI Ill( v'ery
{ did tl-e t ry once in awhile in Statuary hail, the .

tyight chUkins l.atdicd ut the ame' old hall of representatives as I have I
lp. time from the same kind of ejrgs: weretlhil" ;, previously remarked Inaudible, LutIopirit.'tl. Friday, February 13. =o. ; (SUCCESSOR TO AVKKV k WOOLFOMv.: )

i .l into two lots and treated till'SWt' are the debates energetic to
: except win1 lot was lot l Kme extra. the bursting point of vehemence aru SATUDAY MATINEE. Grist and Corn Weal l Mills :

'Ihe k.tiih bone extra t-> theirfivd the silent iiolillcsil Jj !<"!lsious. I'rovoked ,

:grew; uiiuli faster and were not by a doubting Thomas, a mew JB. F. GONZALEZ 4 CO., Prop, HARDWARE.

only larger but had ilearer :\lIIII'l'icht- i i l>?r of the capitol night watch several Arnold Stock Co Mannfaotcreri

er plumagi'! Tl.e lot that ate the last scars ago made allidavit that he had lI Iron, Nails, Au, Hhov1 1, nv Mill and I>'tpambl1at
vent through) the test with the I loss ofIntone f seen this ghostly congress in Session i'UUEGUOUIIC Supplies, Cooking and h<. 1111- Moves Paint Oils

\ whiK' tho lot without the 1..lIe; Yes, he was a sober man and true. TICIiETti,10: 20 and 30c. STOCK FEED Window Glass: Ouu5l'j,11Iurl Fishing 't'ackle.Agate .

//tt1 sustained a loss of live.-Turin, Stock 1 j j "The shade of General John A. Lo- ONE NIUHT ONLY Tatronlse reason Home TOO should Industry buy TOOT, for Meal there ant lijvery :: and Tiiin'arc uuu( H"u-ofurnisliiiig (Goods.AOEN8 .

and Rowe.STATEOFOIilttCITYOF'1'obI. i I pan is a frequent visitor at the capita Stock Fend from the Home Mannfactnrl'r .
:'I J 'I Almost every alternate night at half TUESDAY, FEB.. I 17 lor by 10 doing you encourage home lodai. )>) FOR BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COMPANYTS1Rave'e
Your mone'lsleft1n the
try. oommanlt
t ] Jiant
tI I past 12 clock this ghost materializes and you In tarn are Indirectly benefited Belting, Northatnptou Emery
, .I ? rnnui UT In fostering the home manufacturer yot Wh-i L >.. L if tin & Rind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-
at the door of the
room occupied by GERTRUDE contribute to the oall1801 labor. You owU .. Iron
' thi, i < OID. ", King and Buck Stoves and Range: Win
: LCCASCOUNTY. 5 j"? the senate committee on military and wiitoh to thecommnnlty eontrlbntei to In your which tapport.yon live ant Coups fit Uo.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masury'a

:1 1Iji militia.. Silently the door swings open, Made Railroad Colors.
FRANK J. CHENEY makes' oath
In Drnmstlziitlon Maurlrn Thompson's
and out steps the looming: and luini- ----

, that he i is senior partner of the nous presence, to stalk In stately dig CbarmioR Romance WEEKLY CUED tiLl Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fla.

'fi firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing airy away Into the swallowing gloom. -

business in the City of Toledo ;i This Is a favorite phantom with the "A1i rf Oil Vincennes"i FOB STEAM: DIVISION

ilJ county and state aforesaid, And that guards. Its conduct is exemplary. FKN8C01iA ELECTRIC TELtMIN&, TIME TABLE.

'-I paid firm will pay the Mini "f ONE "Then there Is the shade of Vice RAILWAY COMPANY. '

;,,. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each| President Wilson who dll'llin his room The Original Massive New York Trains leave Feniaoola for the LUll LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
' nnd of Catarrh that in the senate end of the capitol 6aJolI. Jug ayolI,Warnngton,!illY' Tart
very ease cut t i. youwill Scenic Production with Elaborate
and Fort Barranoai at IN EFFECT DECEMBER 1. 1101
not be cured by the ue of HALL'S I recall. Its peregrinations are few Electrical Effects. 8:80 a.m.arrive at Port Barranoai T:15 t.n I -

:: CATAKKH CuRF.t land desultory. "1'1'1It does come, 10OU a.m.arrive at sort Barrancai 10:15 Now Orleans and Mobile.
HUNK J.CHKXEY. there is of SPECIAL' NOTlCE-The Bu?mc VanegerWrSflbsCultlen4ascootractetiwith ,
always an expression con-
usto ltSO p. m. arrive at Fort Karrancai cab p o
!E. Sworn to before me and subscribed cern ant: self absorption in the ghostly furnlth trmr double; tWO-htfrse UUCka to 6:1/p.m.arrive!as Yon Barranoai lonp No.8 :100,4. j I' No.L iI-

t la my presence, this 6th day of Dc-: face. The movements of the vapory, haul the scenery. *8:00p.m.arrlveat Trains leave Fort Fort Barranoai Barranoai 8:48p.D Penis! i< TIS a 12llIm i 11:05 p l..eavePI'D."colaArrlY8 No.1.6:00. 4Jh! p 50.6.tOQD

cember.D.I '16.I' body are restless and hurried. Sean Kale at Coe's Rook oola att:1Sa.m. 8M a :t7 p 1:115 a L..avl"lomaton Leave 2Ja 2:90: p 7:26 p
on Store
' f j : 11:00: a 4:22p 255 a u-ave..._ Mobile __..,_ Leave )2a0D't 12:15 Ono
2 II
.w. "All of the older members of thnight c Saturday at noon. arrive at Pensacola _.., 8:00.., a | -- ..-- eap Talc a Leave-New IIrl".nll_ Leave su1p; 7255Mirth. : n .
4d: j SEAL } A. W. Q LKASON\ acquainted llswp. m. arrive at feniaooia __11:ifipa! -:
i watch are well with ___
> Publihalt's J:00p.m. arrive at Fenaool !:t6 p.v
'A -- Notary
:.. N f 'ice ''residentVUson's apparition and ONE NIGHT ONLY, IO :5:00 p m arrive at Peniaoola_ B:<5 PII .
Catarrh Cure i taken
+ i internally
Tco p. m,arrive at leniaoola. It5p.!
r!.l', and acts directly on theMootiand : never fail to salute it, although, truth WEDNESDAY FEB. I 0HAVERLY'S g8.! p,m arrive Pensaeola-... : OB.. ,
' to toll, the shade remains haughtily tuI aaturflayi only No.Z. No. I. 1o. l No. t.
'\ miicou surfaces of tit I
\E.: :e I IIUSpm I 12:1ipm: Leave Pen+acolaArrtY8 ':OOpm 6:00am
;J. fystoin. lend for testimonials, free., different to their deference. This !') PARE: FOR WEEK: : DATS. 8:1 am I 8:41pm Arrive. Montgomery _Leave 1l:1&am 1I\pm

.; ,' F. J. CUES: FA- & Co., Toledo 0[ I rarely fails to put ilan appcarauwhen 01 I Peniaoola! to Fort }larrancal and retorretllCola tH 11:511 sin 8:1J pm Arrlve. J:1':1I1lnlham: : _Leave 11:33 a m 4:1.6 p m
to Navy Yard and 8IOa
I' I return- ttiPeniaoola 1lJ5pm m Arrive..NashvvileLeave _,, _
i'I the body of a dead legislator to Palmetto Beach and return itiSUSDAT InSam 6:11am Arrive r Loui.vtlieLsavs 6:6pm 2a5 am
statesman of national is 7:1O.m 11l\lIa m ArriveCIncinnatiLeave 8'Jllpm 1I:1
renown lying I 1II"m 1Jtpm: Arrive_.. .,$i. Louis--.Lave .: pm
:a state in the capitol When wnther permlti the running I'' t&P..11' 9:50prn
"l 't'p in tie: subcellar vaults spooks open coachei. PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION. '
LeaVe Peniteola. Lv Fort Earrai.
No. 80 Houth Talafox !street keeps! of lesser magnitude revel in hordes. "m. 10 a. B.H a> i

':iij call bells, wires and all kinds ol r Immediately. beneath the hall, o{; redo p' Direct from their Successful Run at the I a.p..m.. 12.I p.... \',:, No. zl-Dally No. 8-DaIlT'| No top where time not ibown No. f-Dally |1---No. K-Vi'-'l

I _. ___ Metropolis Theatre, N. Y. ills p m Too a m Leave_ feniacoiArrlTe 10:60; m 8:80
: d !i electrical supplies. Have him -- with I p iii I p.m, i 12:1 night T:IS It Ilobemla __ It 10:1f1"p 6710: p''ia
; work. Call :203. the News Want Column. p.m.lpm 12:10": 7:1'5 If It .__ Ynlettra II 10M; 8:01 II
phone Try The
,4 R your I Minstrel King, p m. 14-2S It ':18 If If ., ._&acambla.._ 10:12; a 6:576.4S ..
:.. J Ip.m.. 8p.lII. i UII5" T:28: If If __ Malat _____ If 10:21 .
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GEORGE WILSON p m. r p.m. j jrABB I 12:S) TI" ___ Harp. .. I. 10:21 6.408S7
FOBIUBDATteniaoola 12:50" T85 II II _O'lt01t7_ 10:18 "
50 DINNER SET to art: Barranoai Havy 12.M lisa It If Milton 10:10 6:10: "
!2 a00anda100 \and and recurl1____ tk 130 am II If _...Good K-ai II I I ':M II
;: FREE' Piniaoola to Palmetto leak utrelnrn. 1:6.1"t t1X3 BTS II __ HolU_ ._ 8-S5 .:1\6 "
Other Famous White Celebrities Including .__ ___ _____ idNa 1:0 It 880 II Mllllgan __ '' 9:20 4.11 "
soil our Kwaa Haklag P v4erwEwry tbe World's famous .... II 8:88" II __ "
ran cf swag U.I>U|l'.mlrri I II fMlthl ol l after 111.. mCHICHtYgw Creltvlew_ 1:11 .:00
..<.Tvur Plan So.e.'i' Mill rrcnvrUii bmuuful Were?se loronlll1o I 1:00 II 864: II _De6rLand_. BJi tM "
carol lirrrxl Iii|.I......,fall> ?, rr.-e. Islet rill glut rtkrmnilcr Carl Dammann Troupe i 1:1:1": 8:10 II If Mossy HeadUeKanlakttprtagu_ 8:40 1:1& II
....... Ui.iHirr!>rlt jrfrn ahto w.rr..etot'WtY: .s KNGUSH ':01" 11\ If II 8:18 I'M II
; 'trot Wrvts.17 i>f btnukJiuM> ..lufuaterntensef_rti l.<.at or+.TitvU" our tlan No. \_ 1:18 II II:44 II If __ Argyle. .....? T:.. :.n "
e o> a.kIsr.raereunder
flan.No.6i.mllk: u.laol....._.' .f this kr..tTr.l N aer.bathe.Ise.rbp.rebs.erwelm'eafaadeuwtyd' From the Winter Circus, Berlin, Germany. r ENAYROYAL PILLS ':to' 8:67' __ once de LeorLT:28 !:II to
atedbe. .. 6:00" 10:10. II -Weatylile- till II 1:66 II
11.1. fH.w "et 5r S b4-Pt,.*Te ser..b.of"trly free U t Containing More Mirth Melody and SAFE. anw."r.r LNN."Drorrae ,, 1:08" 10.19 I __ CaryTHle_ T:1I" 1.11 "
d..rI rviuir. any monpy m luinnre. Minply: eras Hi your name Music than any Comic Opera or CHICHtVTEK'sll EVGLi H 6.18" 10:30 _BonlfayCblpley_ tM4.CT 1:2f"
awlm ewOKurwani our dtHerciii plans ana full InformUoa. Musical KED u4 tie..u.. bog" te./ 1:00" 10:4711.OT r It II
Y.. sill fee ..r.rwto see w has #*. be tpiMyikiw4 Extravaganza '. ..... ....rtbM. T.kt .tLcr. ._ J.-04
1__rr.-....*".1'1.. We wtii..Uow joa nr mdiiita \* in.c'.. We allow. lull cash "''nuMon it pn>('rrvd. We py all f"'lIIbW.. _l o p-e Bmv)., j.I _. a.r .f r..r-....__.e i.... tsao II IlU" If _Marlallna 000" lrat
... .... ._, .._.. ... .. .. .. 10
'I .t elw .1. shirt \\'eIoi rata. tLJe.11w..t.a- u5(' "'_I The Greatest Minstrel Bandthat .1'0. Pad. T..tato I JO J\t6 II II reef If 6:118 II \ 11:45 alii
imiMtnM e"faprrurrutaaltkanDteatnrlwtfuIflkngoutganls. H me for J'1a1Ul and toll informaUoo. 514 MR.II.,r.....".....Maw, .. T:40 II -Oran II It
by 11 5J
ALtOMl HirPLlCM: 4 OMVAliV. 1UJ _411" Piaet.' at. !...!.. M. Z- tan asu. I.._,__...... _"r It .. RIdge It : i 11:" |
." We aabnre our readers that the Salvona SappUei Company 11 thoroughly reliable,-Editor. ever crossed the Continent.ak'.hrlkeh'5 ell D'.ccr.. (kIrh..t.(._1eaI ... ?ale I:0 noon __ Bneadt 6:21"If I 1D-4J "
IntlM Vui ina. Hrniltn ..__1-HILA. ... ':11' 12:14" AtfTe.Rlverlaact1euLeaytl 6UO 10*

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Two Secrets of SuccessThe ;
SIRS HELENA BLAV They Are Very Deliberate and Thea HARD ... .,
Here a Simple llethod. SOME STARTLING FACTS AND FIG- success of The :Mutual: f!

Young! Milw&uKee Soclety Woman. The Cblckaaaw! Indians cast their URES BY MARTIN DODGE Life Insurance Company of : t
vote differently from the way the
white man does It. They meet the day New York is due :4.!,It
thousand cured The who has : :
BU Our Poor Highways Said to Cost rs
have written ered from female weakness before the election, and none but I ', ;
orpn 1.:1
[ffl JFX) tell how Wine of J should do anything within Chickasaws by blood Is allowed to Their fU5OuooOOO Condition Eery an Year Ob.taele In Ilepalr to First To its selection of BRICK l

bestows the reason to secure health. vote. No white man or intermarried 'l!

\.' -;-ing of health on every : Wine of Cardui is the medicine citizens have the right of suffrage. Rural Mail Deli cry.Foor risks : I

v Ian who l it, rich that appeals to reasonable They go off to themselves and have a roads In the United States are It writes no insurance in unhealthful _..

j poor alike. Mrs. women-women who owwo\v. They decide for whom they costing; the people annually the enormous regions or on vicious or substandard liv e*.

1 f' a'1:3 Sued Ulan0.123, Milwaukee Sev-, hold in horror operations-women and who cutting know will for twenty-four vote after considering hours. the matter sum of $050,000,000, which Is a Second To the investmentof ALWAYS ON 'HAND vi

\\ la, 'n one of tie young that Nature is the best phy tax of more than $7 a ;year for everyman
The polling place Is quite unlike that its funds (
,.rr.; n whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine of Cardui woman and child. This amazing :
of the white man. There is a great
d'n tai: rescue\l from a life Xn.Helnut Elau.! gives women back their fact Is pointed out by Martin Dodge, Send for "A Banker's Will," which
of sud'ing. She writes: health by giving Nature a sheet of paper, white, yellow or brown tells how the greatest accumulation of ...HALF... ,
of Cardui Ii certainly *worn chance to build up the wasted and dis- as the case may be, about three feet director of the bureau of public road trust funds in the world is invested. i ,1.y
%Ciat theedmeenstru Wine of Cardui regulatelO'rt'v..orotn'sMlfrsrohndIamp1u.sed square. Upon this sheet of paper area inquiries of the department of agricul- ;

flow and Nature, when vast number of cross lines, regularly ture in Washington, says the New York Good health and good in- ;

to give my experience with It. A few relieved of the drains or of the poisons! ruled off'ith a pencil Then down Herald. He advocates the construction vestments will a long MiLLION ;
I cold havlE2t in the system makes the functional go way ONE
nontb ago caught a severe and one bide of the sheet of paper areplaced of brick track roads with convict labor.
l a out inclement weather,which organs strong healthy again. the names of all candidates for toward making anyone rich. ,. ,
An iy; woman who is 61lentlysuenng As a result of the good roads move- ff i1
stI'd: all over me, particularly la the office, !beginning with the candidatesfor This Company rants r.
untold pains because she is too sensitiveWINEofCAHDVI ment, which has been largely stimulated \1
I was in almost constant pain to governor and running on down to first-Ia A'ua.
3mcn. undergo a physician's examination
1 cC".sutd: a physician and took his and treatment can find no excuse for precinct officers. At the top of the by the efforts of the department of first-la Amount Paid Policyholder Get Our Prices Before : 1
bhei't the number of blank agriculture the road question is at firtl In 'I'
.. for month and without not securing relief when Wine of Car are spaces: Ae.; &'
znl e a any dui is offered to her. There is; DO publicity that will be required for the names of present receiving a remarkable degreeof k f' :
n .a. I then decided I would try yourgiidce to deter her. She can take Wine the \oters. The Judges of election sit active Interest, as indicated, for Instance TIlE :MUTUAL: LIFE INSURANCE Purchasing f-'ii

: and it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of her home by and pass on those entitled to vote, by a movement in the state COMPANY OF NEW YORK J." - I did so. I noticed a change In a with as much assurance of a final cure and there Is a certainty that no illegal of New York for bonding the state for KlCHAxa A. McCukcr, President. -- .- a. f r il[

far daps and felt encouraged to continue 3.3 though a dozen! doctors recommended votes are cast. fisO.OOu.OOO to build country roads. 1-'t, t'

of C dut and patienceit.. Many physicians do recommend The Indian Is deliberate. This Is wholly In line with a bill before "
taking 'fle my a of Cardui to their patients. thoroughly Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty -tj
,is rewarded for in two weeks my pains Why not get a t 1.00 bottle of Wine He takes his time when it comes to the last national congress by Mr. Otey Streets, NEW YORK N. Y. Capacity 50,000 Daily. ;
lIe to the of Virginia for $lU ,U\MJOIJO for the ,
proceeds polling
and. I felt like Cardui from I
huff Lt:! me a new woman. of your druggist today? I
place, looks carefully over the poll same purposes.Mr. CiC'i AVII.IiCOX, Manager.Jacksonville I''

shoot, Mml! if he is ready to cast his Otey declared, "In view of our : Fla. f.McMillan .
A million suffering I .
ballot he calls out his name, and the willingly having spout $100,000KiO on -
have found ,
relief in I
T. C. WATSON i CO., D'strictMaragtrsPensacola Brick Co.
Wine of Cardui. clerk records it on the shoet Then the the Philippines, It Is time to do bornething 1 :
I clerk reads off the names of the candidates tangible for our own people." ; Fla.

for ;:ernor. The voter deliberates This is especially true" commentsMr. Pine Barren, Fla. : 'l\\

awhile, calls out the name of Dodge, "in 'l"leof the fact that I .,:
the candidate for whom he desires to I we are continually paying; an avoidable :
vote, his vote Is recorded, and the mud tax of more than $ir; ,0iM>jOuOmob HAIitRBALSAM 1 ","

names of the candidates for the next sear for the pilxilege of dmiiig! --:. CI_ aDd la.heutunrth.theaic I i ;
PELT'BROTI1ERS I '. p", WJt,. l t
oRiee! fire called out, and so on through our our dusty and mud ly roads. This Call m them at the corner of Garden N vver Fade! to Best ore Gray .t I t."

: the list till all the offices represented enormous expense is better comprehended and Ale'miz streets for carpenter : ,, I ... { i'-- Cwu\outbful d.__t b..t.Jur.Color. t iP'.l. '
t and el -ctric.ll workor phone G60),,, \ and,Iu, ,
.nr.-.."* Lou; .v"fiii- by ajing it equals a tax of I 1 "

Thus it is that (I"crr"oter knows more than $. each year for every man .."
Have Received incA the Holidays a Fresh Line of i :
exactly how every other voter has cast and woman and ('hiltlln this country.

his killot, and there are no remarks, .\ careful study of the mad problem The Star
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, no suggestions and no quarrels over in detail reveals; some Important and LaundryJ! 'l

differences of opinion.HI. s'g'ilflcant: features. While good road

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Ddicacacies of the Season. Conaolndon. i-t'me is found In a very few places in Biggest Busiest Best : iJ:
this country, good clays are found in i ,
Osrli' ,dare Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the A lawyer who has won some distinc- nearly every locality."If r
'ft fti" t.f t.
tion through his success In compromising .
Best, Freshest and Cheapest. suits for damages by accident says these abundant clays Mr. Dodgeargues f I ,4 '
: "can be used economically to '
his most interesting client! was a Swed-
build good roads, they will greatly assist They Speak i

VAN PELT BROTHERS, ish whose farmer wife had from been Delaware killed in county Philadelphia in meeting the Important problem 'I :

I of how construct roads
to our country
TELEPHONE NO. 231. ,:1.:1.-.1 31 EAST GARDEN ST. by a train crossing the streetsat ,
"Again, as all loads are hauled over mi

The grade.widower was simply inconsolable : wheel very narrow'l.lItact-rallroad portions of cars roads, for through example for f iililiiMJl\uo hPRKwrp\ !! i$ ::1. :\

and, having been told that he ,
could get $10XJO if he insisted on it follows that If such narrow parts We let the Shirts Collars :

Classifi- Advertisements. pushing the case refused for monthsto and Culls we Launder speak for i 1

talk compromise. The lawyer, of themselves.; They will talk louder .a f.)

course did all jiossitle to keep the Lac. we can. We want to be judged ;' ,,"j-'t
--- hearing back In the hope of discouraging ,
:lore oy the work we do than by
the Swede, and at last he was 1.'A:4'
ONE CENT A WORD. I what we say.
rewarded by an offer to settle at a reasonable '
._ fi!!ure. i !.
I'I I The Swede called the lawyer said: I I. l
TO LOAN WAS'TED and; White: -(oO" more By this pupils system;in "Bkj anyone ck $500; and the bereaved one quickly ac ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Callei! ftp ani Dslirerel Free 1 ', '
cau learn to draw anything ({'pfeiLs he folded the check and TELEPHOFE: 114. 27 GARDEN ST. 1! }.'
they wish any s-iz. Even children pocLeteJ he observed: 'I'
i i le terms andLLAKD tin years old can lefru. Every "" 1'11. I deed not Jo so padlee! rte WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. LI.IT.T.T t

,, pupil f1l1d..rti:. Come in and pot Cf hoondred tcllar: and a Boot teal: ..
I. : .
gee for "uri'EIf. Otis A. Miller better \ife than I had h..rfllre. She and _. _... ___
1 .
!I' \ I .vijtairs.: 'h :

.1.! i \i : -o\: Mjut;;er. MuJio in Salisbury" Jiuildin 14flm?. me was married yl'stl.rdal' ....-... .,T.I.. ..._, .._ ..-- e._ IAA ...Iw..-.Ia !, "" ,I'
Times. ffr' ". :ar..w.- .S1 WW, ; ,. t.ilY, y.WW4.Ai. 1v.. 'I
}hit't i I'\\-\\'. U. Men- II t .' .

II'. I i .\ '.-Itt. Money to E\CHANOE-Auy uinuKT hOLe in one the iiuuntuins wanting a Ittr niggeit Catch. J iit ?: Roberts & Dailey L '

1 I" I 1 1. : .I i' ., .l.Ltti ot i'ittie-t can exchan prod s-rty in Florid The Mutual Priend (to nthll'tic,0 R .ij[ ;
... and THIS IS THE lOSTLY l.OiP.of
rice 112
i- .1"i .i.t. valuein Stebbins what was i Id
rri outl) (ieurzia for equal : i man)-Now, Mrs. .
/IK; ., t t' I 1.1.1:1::| iUeet.MOM Asheville N. C. Will trade ? our roads are cheaply concluded to *: -UKALEKs IN '>' | t 1-; ,
up the largest fih: you ever caught
,- up to $lt('u or le-i. Otis \. Millet, 'I Mrs.SUbbins-Itweighed; HO pounds, proptrly resist tl.; weight and grind of I I I) ,(:) ; ,,'

: U' I lu I l lD: Sal burv Block, Pensacola. the wh..18Il'\\' and important i I
on unproved but I don remember its name.: wagon CHOICEST STAPLE AND GROCERIES '
i I. ,' i 1. lirj-e i.r !frmaU HflmVou Mr. Stebbins (feelinglydo; it wis results will be attained. 1j FA.NGY ;;i : t J

Ireu- I i': i 1"11' rate of interest. John Stt'bbins.-Colorat.o Springs Ga "Close study, of these conditions: resulted !E E.
lit, ; I I. "n I I.:'. attorney e4AI.i;. in construction of a sectionof | New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. \. \ !" :,Jjj ;;

.i' .i"w -. L'l.afox M., Fisher v_ __ ______ _" ,- zette. '
3' t
track 1'0a.lln the department
'Ii.. :. Sin 1m FOR S ALF.-Fine b.iy mare and new The Kay Till. of agriculture grounds in the early (:j FRESH HUPPLY OF .(iRALSTOit }.: .l.' 1

MOM! in \\Do jim need rubber c.Hl1lett'Iare\ tire run-about kind and and harue-gentle"',, I DeWitt's: Little Early Risers donot part of if this IWI I, followed in various by the p'atca introduction i S;) 'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS tif; ; .: F J !

weaken the system I
\ Joe gripe nor system.
'; via burrow any child can Apply to W ,' ':
:" '' : \ i. i::1: tuff iy on ra.IPntI. J ame All fur 1100. Tfeblw They cure billnu-news, jiundice, for the improvement of country roads OF ALL KINDS. t .I-h

'. '111.,' ':. I j c, -* late anywhere -------- I constipation and inactive liver, by and city streets, also with must encouraging (fjj:j FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. !|tj: t'1 '

1'',. I.:, ''.' ': ''inproxel, city real A 15AUGAIX can be had in one of I arousing the secretion!, moving the results."rhe [) : .
: '" \\'III. tl-IKF, 'M\t rf. l the! finest residence and mot desirable bowels gently, yet eilectually and continued advance in the area I. ROBERTS & DAILY |; ; : <
1'1 v : ,. :. lu-tl t sections of Northwest Hill, giving such tone and strength to the reached by the beiieSts: of rural free ') I ,1

-, subject to g tiara utt ed lease at fair glands of the stomach liver mid mail delivery: under aid from the national [!ij 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. ltl(|). -: H'
bowels that the of the trouble
II" 'i 'I I WI i : > i>nirow money, in for three years. Han of 'jou"e can cause treasury indicates its deserved *.t ii: one i.-;u. p'II"'IIIrIa.. a !' !
i is removed entirely. There famous fa ji
1 1 ::,-are your piopertyi be peen at my oflice. A. V. Jlubbs, in the rural Kections. A I I '. r .t't'r.
I'en-icoU. fin-'Jw little pills exert a decided tonic effect iKipulanty' -,.',-. .',-... "1iP1.Ti: ..--,:iTT. .T,,i.-,-.ITS'' -.. .t.i '
i i. -, (':- ul! title, buy or :-... .. .. ..- - '.' - '
_,__= -_ .. ===--=-0; upon the organs involved, andif steady increase seems probable in the -- -- ----! -. \-'l"I. ..
e' Ul .
I.> r' nt I '
continued for few benctlted until all of the more of!
their use is a area thus ,
1Ia1'1L- .
",' : : i,' have rent colI : /.i 'g
I days there will be no return of the densely l'oIlUlatl'tll'arts of this country .a
I I. - -
.i in a13 attended to, I.
,' ., : ,i :,!'I .>., l'II-.C.! Watson COMMERCIAL HOTEL 110 Intl'ud..n trouble. Hargis Pharmacy, John are covered. HALL & KLEIN :,
l !'. ':l' .?i'i! and In-urauce Everything: new; all I Sheppard, Sidney "To the rapid and economical extension .,

.\: '.. j" 0 H la, Fla. Charges modern convenience. Moderaterates of rural mail delivery only I one obstacle I It '!

1.. i i" \, ryoup who buy to transients. Desirable dIY: I NOTICE. worthy of consideration: presents 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. :J t ,1'
a' ,'- W wIII 1"11.1 tuouryw hoarders iken. Ilr' Itself but that obstacle Is of such a na-
w t" ultia Imuse. I'ltl, _,_ __ I I have been authorized to take

& 1 KIU1CLASS- day board out be subscriptions Bryan's paper,for"The Wm.Commoner.Jennings ture aril as to economy.greatly affect This its Is the practicability present Staple and Family Groceries t. ;}

1I.\IIto'; -:. had at thu New Commercial hotel, I The prIce is $1.00 per year in ad- condition of our country roacV ,
110 Intendencia street. Popular Those the "Without one of the first
-- vance. desiring paper question '
'!II-: \ Ul.UlXK-Mauiifac-: : r.aes to transient--. 23jliii* I can have it sent to them by sending great movements toward the economical Select Meats, Vegetable, Etc., in Tins. ; ;
: .1. .ice Hair l good:. i $1.00 to the undersigned. free rural delivery of the maiN! should .

It" i : Article*, Hair Ull Huartlln; Ilul.o.BO.IWl.O ''I H.M. ROCHE be the construction of passable roads.ThN Poultry Eggs and Country Produce. ; : tI
\t .t (i.'unmputtrtJlH, Care Daily X ews.i is already evident from the fact :
Wheeler i [
--- 1101'SK at s
Spring Mary Either, Fla.. MrCondon -;. I that borne of the mail delivery! ruutl'ha'c I Telephone No. 358. : j'
11 j'
t\111).. proprietre=s. All the i CA.STOn.tA.:: had to be abandoned on accountf ,AJ
the lilsJ Yoti Hate Arrays BJU2'I : 1 ,
comforts! of home at very reasonable I Bean tbP ( 1, : M
11'1\m I YOUNU MiX from ratiNorthern tourists will 'rsaturtCured i 1144.I'fi "Tin' circumstance that over ? ,,{"$1,-

I. 'nay at mice to proi find thi- an ideal place to spend a I ?/ I 000 was appropriated by our lust con- !lOYAL S tEIjAiiiiirSkEi' i:

1 :- :' .. "e<.iiU.B.L lulmI : I press Lir;,uly to be buried our muddy ; .

-ap4yto I roads in the delivery (-r our rural malls,
I *,.Uc Correi. Ii-t, : Years OII in Cases cf 4 Full Quarts st! S3.20 canTHI8
Cedar lliputs la. I __ of Rheumatism I while only the small Him of ?2O,'j')) : per T i ,
last devoted to minting the
wlutV was year
dk ,
DIAMOND, the tailor. has re- --- I I road problem: Indicates the great needof + <
WHI JEY i distilled at the Nelson Co. ; -:
I I movtd to 1112Ve-t Government For the benefit of fullering human tic <'scut reoessity .
education regarding pr .
.1 : .. coloredw Express office, Distillery, and is fully matured in wood : !
ii'l irately two street
j opposite ity I desire to :tate that I suffered deuiaml (vigorous and
and before is and
bottling it absolutely not
: :,J i uI1l1r-tudi put- i wrere he H prepared, to clean, repair i with Muscular and t'ciatieRheumatism pure
: i severely road work. ii quality by Whiskey of the same a
,talItr aa.IPUUienok- and pre=s ladle.'. and srtM.tle- Dum. intelligent any
for five
I' year ;? appropriations no matter where produced. The Royal P ex'f"'f"'f"cellld
I a iVu-acola Athletic I men-' toilur mHlps"'ts. ]6j3mANYOM remedies \5 much of these large;
various *
.. that time I tried a
I.' 3lt .- -- of several fur rural mail delivery could be is eight years old when bottled, and, con
i' well as the prescriptions! ;
excellent is the whi
quality cheapest
Uhu.t.'llunt'ul\; had reads':! it is obvi-
raved If pood
.t1' :; ? -;;i .veratper-ousof eh,iri : ..... ....._-- -- I physicians which afforded me very we considiraM the market at that price. As; a beverage, and as .. ,
.. : I .i>ii reputation In each ] wanting: bored weir, little, if any, relief. The pain in my fnithat u1 amoUlt eijual to a an absolutely pure stimulant, there i is none better. 'f J't:
-; .', :u this county rtquirtd) fence posts or anything m the grocery I'back i hips and legs was asonizingland : : -, poitlon of these sums could! lYe1'Ilt Shipped in cases containing marks whatever to''i' "I
r goods line will do : almost unbearable. T could to gait advantage I* educating; indicate If '
old or dry contents. purcha-er upon examining .
I i 0. ;r: and ud> eru-e e-- '
: .t.' .1 i Wt'.lhhIHl-"ille-;; iiou-e wi-ely b-f jre purchasing to see D. |: hardly walk and thought I would be the people! in the went cf Improving our the whiskey, is not satisfied with the quality he < i.,.
"t':: i Ii'. tuctal'standing. salary I M. Merritt, Olive, Fla. jlilm : obliged to abandon all business.i ; A country roads and thus forever close a can return the same at our expense and money It .0.;
of mine advised me to try
i national! cash l os. will be ) f ,
-' w. kh. with to-es addi- large drain on our > refunded.i )
exp i i ALFMAN umbrella maker, 315 URICfcOL, which I did reluctantly, ,
I H. ,
tl"[1 r,1 all day able in cash I "In view of these facts could not a All orders should be accompanied by either '.
J.' i i South Palnfox' street. Re covering and greatly to my surprise one bottle = order bank draft
:'t' 1 > h WvJiietdiy from head million or more be spent to the best possible 1iaarum iaCtpcurrency, postoffice money or ex- f
1': Hoi' e and carriage fur- I I and repairing: of umbrellas and I cured me sound and well. I n press i money order. We refer to First National .
>cialty. :Silk covers;! cheerfully recommend it to all who advantage by the national government '
:11-. Im i non nt CP** URelt'r- parasols a !'pf I Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. 1 j. "
I.' l-i"lo. 'elf-adjrt''td I always en hand. jan 3 Buffer as I did. It is also a very fine in constructing a section of brick '
enr : -
1 tonic.. It increases the appetite, aids track road near each county stattlrouhout
1 .
:, j ,. Colotiil Co, Caxton, ('ii IVal C'o-tunit'r.. digestion and finally builds up the the country cs an object lesson : S. A. FRIEDMAN
I I I hut.:,'. 1"ebhvW """"'- ..... -- -- .... : ; ,
; health. You can use this a* advanced
general in the most _
i ia each county .

:.\ \1 1 IIP-I..n: ttl learn barb r.tkti CARNIVAL, bilk, Sinn:COaTUMES-In: aid: other materials velvet -- i' you think best.w.Very u. DELEACH.truly, methods cf road construction?" $ r S_ ). SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSACOLA, FLA. 'Tit

::0- '" ru-h for bub..r'i in can be rented at Mrs. E. D. 1., 311 Aubnrn Ave., Atlanta, Ga.Nov. .
1'i: : no\v. Years ?a vid C.ood Inn !.. '
-Jtre Also, V nine of < P O. BOX 4I$ U.I.fcl'HOM
i Nordtrom'sMilliuervStore. iPr
',', ::.' d. Meidy practice, 'IIHk:", NO-P;s: Wigs and I I 6th. 1902.ell it at $100 bottles It is said that a god highway; wall! in I1ISlCi: (
Druggists per
.' ''':''>* pn-itioii and board i .. '-' -- --
Hair Goods at No. 11 Ei t Intendencia Bend for book of particular, crease the value of a country place
stamp I
: Ct: liiiyuf mailed freer ,
. 1 I l.trb-r; Unlive* New OrL -I; etrpet, near Palafox. to the UKICSOL Chemical Co., Los from 10 to 20 per cent or moie. This k''" t.-I handle every class; of Liquors sold, in -

i CA.STOn.X.A.: Angeles, Gal., or Atlanta, Ga. rise Is permanent and becomes an assetto talk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices thai

W- I th, Ihs Lri Lae Have A says t\\.,be For sale by be realized. upon., Houses thus; located are way down. ti
AMhD .1 4nrl
-All kind of empty bee ', ,, : ar AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. !
D'ttlt-5' b. A. Friedman. n9-tl 1:'j jf-.n'" #-.I--V SIDNEY KAHN. Only lo. week for the NEWS a vG

+ tortft

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n; ..w.,:(r--.:.:x,.". ("a;.:..rTC: : 1.l... ",_{''.#> t'l.yr.y S i'4 n.,4i.: J.f. t'- ,v...y....! '. ;, ;.; -..5",; ,.. ,; ,., ;y".!;.: f. .:} .,"..i:1: _J"<:'. ""J'. ;N'l, _; !!1il:.' ;. ':;' -S''. .4r; .- '-?..'.. .,'f' .'t -',.,,.t :-!fa.:;ii.T.J'j. ;;'- ,,<,>,.:. ... ..L.:.. .J J-. JlH..1--. -"'



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For a Baking Powder t* produce thor Is a Perilous Disease and One That

onchly satisfactory results in the o..enlt must, Leads to Insanity. COMING THIS IS YOUR
flret, be composed of the best materials and WARSHIPS

second, all Ingredlcnu moat be carefully
blended in their elect proportions "GOOD

tCCK Baking-Powder la,prepared the moel 1 Celery Compound 40,000 TONS OF IRON PYRITES I TURN TO
1 dandle formula and none but such materials '( LAUG
as stand the teat of a searching chemical analysis HAS BEEN ACCUMULATING AT (

are ever iiennittot u>enter Into the ('om Oo.IUon I' I Paine's AND 150,000''TONS! OF ........-- -
of tola meet famous brand of Baking
Powder. It's unvarying high quality accounts 1 1 STEEL BILLETS. Here's :Bargains that Out BargainsAll
for "WOOD LUCK'S" Ponderous Sale. Has: Saved Thousands of Mel-

Richmond Vs.N .'f ancholists From the Grave. 1
DAYS. ,: Within the next few weeks there AulU.s11 On Account of Our oxsnn

Melancholia is a grave disease; will be handled at Pensaccla at I I
.....ea+s.NN.sNNN.a it ha! a tendency to induce suicide
least 40,000 tons of iron pyrites and ODD AND END
Mail has been accumulating at I and homicide; in many cases it leadsto SALE !
insanity. The first important possibly 150,000 tons of steel billets
j SOCIAL ECHOES \ I the local postoflice for the last ten symptom of ordinary melancholiais
Another from English $3 50 Men's shoes
sleeplessness. symptomof
J days for the training bhip Hartford, now.$2 i6
the greatest importauca is ;a dull is practically certain that the
IN.+D...<>*...*e.N*ei..I+<> cruiser Isla de Luzon and battleships pain in the back, extending to the i i j! $3.00 Men's shoos
back of the head. Then we see other iron pyrites will be brought here, as now_..........._. ......... s**.4i 44
Miss Wise entertaini today at Kearsarge, Illinois, Texas: Iowa .
symptoms, such as depression of the the first cargo of the big contract $2.50 Men's shoes, kid lined now
lunch ia honor cf the Misses: Nicol- Massachusetts.; spirits, slow mental and muscular _. 0.. $193

sun of Atlanta, the charming guests movements retarded speech terrifying arrived yesterday on the German |i Screw shoes
This morning four full pouches for hallucinations aversion of i Cable' now. ....._._. oe
of Mrs. J. M. Muldoa. steamship Emma, from Lisbon.
the Indiana were received.It food and a disregard of life. Every $3 50 Ladies'
Miss Xelley Key.-er entertains at is when vessels case of melancholia: is directly trace This was nearly 3 COu ton, and alto >: shoes, now ." .__.._._....... $2.73

dinner this customary are able to :a weakness or collapse of the with the $3.00 Ladies' shoes hand
evening.Mr. gethtr, pyrites alone, at sewed now $2.33
not..expected to visit a port to for- nervous; system. The nerve branch.

and Mr?. F. C. Brest entertain ward their mail to the point theyare 'I es spinal of the column sympathetic and brain system, are not, doing the least fifteen vessels will be rfquired. $2.00 Ladies' shoes, now..........._............ $ i QIi

at c.lrdlonJ:1Y: evetaaj;. expected to reach soonest, and their work, and the blood is thin, ,1 These will ba large: ; steamships, and !i Ladies'

slavish or impure.Paine's j inauy of them will fill out with tim- $1.25 shoes, now .. ...._._...._. $Dcj
Ths Euehra Club rust tins week as the mall nuw here has been and iI j jii
i Celery Compound U toe ber and lumber, thus making the i THEY ARE ODD LOTS AND MUST GO. '\'1H. '.
j a
with llrs. Max Bear. The t' I
: # lifts
tue I i growing larger day by day and no great recuer and builder fur I a

::m : w.i3 won by Miss Rosalind, ) orders have been given to forward it, every mel ulchllic victim. As a' importations remunerative to Penn ; 51 YLES NOT ) MENTIONED: hieh we will !gl idly -how t. ?

Frenkcl! a haud-souie pin tray. The nerve food. Urn marvelous Compound (colt baymen. -- --
it i* presumed that the vessels" above quickly imparts uourNhmeut'!
c.-a'J: prize, a hanioutIuuetl cloth, > I and life to the weak and famUhfdnerves Bnraingham newspapers are talking -
: aimed, or some cf them at last, j MEYER
Mrs. Weil. CO.
vr.i woo by Elegant refrehmenttwereserved. ; after which cornea: a new I '
about the early importing
Tire meets ; will arrive in tae harbor within avery vitality feeling that life is precious ,

'xt week will be with Mrs. Morris short lime.I I' and worth living. The stomach, i of 150,000; ( tons of steel and iron i Feet Furnishers! for Ca'h Only
liver, kidneys; are toned, digestionbecomes
from ,
Bear. I European market Everypiece
!] The fl-et.'I' ith exception of the I perfect a natural appetiteis I 102 SOUTH PAX.A.T9X STREET.iC .
i bestowed, and j of iron ;
I' sweet refreshing brought;; over recently
The friends of Mr Frank' I
left Ponce
many ? captured Spanish cruiser sleep conducts a vigorous health. I
Ruse will be gl.d to know that she I i P. R., Wednesday. Its destinationwas Paine's Celery Compound has saved from Europe for Birmingham has | .. .- .

ii expected to arrive here this afternoon more melancholic aud nervous sufferers been handled at this port and should ':
said to have been Galveston but than all other combined iC y
and will be :guest; of Mrs. W. agen- the large be
I amount imported, Pen-
8. it seems as if that was an error; bad I< cies. Do not treat the symptoms of tZr'2S 525''S25'S2 25a
Keyser. melancholia with indifference. Be- sacola will get the lion's share of it. Ready for Your
the ships been ordered to that place ,; gin today with Paine's Celery Compound -
The wedding; of Jilt. Sarah L. the mail intended for the squadron i I| and avoid the perils that Captain Kirst of the steamship N | Inspection and Profit

Kahn and Mr. B. M. Solomon will drag to insanity and the grave II I Emma reported on his arrival "

be solemnized at the Synagogue would hava been sent to Galveston __ ,. ..... I: yesterday -', with the Swellest! line
I I "
I "'T ; -="' that terrific weather had been /
next Wednesday evening. and not to Pensacola.:
jjj of Laces
DIAMOND DYESwill experienced, and his vessel had al-j ,
It is noted that no mail is held for

The ladies of the First Baptist the Alabama. That fine battleshiphas color any kind of cloth. The most travelled under water for some { rO Swiss, Nainsook and
church will hold a reception in the husband's suit and overcoat can be
miles. The the vessel
caught ,
church parlors, next Friday evening been ordered to a point off made to look like new. The color f rsisz5zszrS7S ?S? SaS2W Cambric : : : :
will last until the goods just after she had passed through'
are worn
t from o to 'J o'clock. All Baptists especially Mobile to receive the elegant silver
out. Direction Look and 45 dyed I
visitors, members of the service from the people of the great samples tree the Florida straits and continued EMBRDIDER

g congregation and friends are cordially DIAMOND: DYES Burlington. 'with unabating fury until the Pen |
state after which it has been named. I
invited attend. L' --' to It is said she:will! remain there until ____ .._u_. I I I sacola light was sighted. One small I i ibjat ; ....It's Been Our Pleasure to Offer....
I II -
smashed and --
was the vessels -
Miss Bss-ieGilinore of Dauver i is after Mardi Gras.
I I t KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. deck showed other New Spring Percales White and ColoredWaistings.
the guest of Mrs. Bryan Black for a For the past several" days a gentle- ', evidences of the

visit of some tinu. I i j j I Pensacola: Lodge Xo. 3. K. of P. boisterous( weather which the boat IC ) striking drptrtureover oldd'-
man has been in the city for the I II j i I ( ; sign.: ,and controlled! exclusively by .
regular meeting; Monday uight Feb. had encountered. i! ) us.
Mrs. Fred O. Howe entertained purpo-e of buying stores for the fleet.I 110 ( \K.n RalstMtker'! Henry balling going on In
at 7:30 o'clock. A full attend.1l1ceIi I I'er12 LC Drpartmrntxher"stfl ', Ciad'I
I i, JLi/U cal..s .. .. .. ..... .
0 and endless
lat evening In honor of Mi3 Bessie He has nothing to say regarding the requested. Work in the rank of I !timtjlH variety wtafu-low atK.uml. KitiiH

't; Gilmore of Denver, at a ping |pougi1j I i ships' movements beyond that he is I Knight by the Senatorial: team. SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER I % 12i'C caeigtMakers J'l'r10" turlmt to nil.10l12 price

party followed by a chafing dish ordered to have full supplies on a.. Members of sister lodges and visiting 1 RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS :Not__ tue_ still Hen\y=Airy Kind 1I."lgIl3.hut LightWeights I I n I 2 11 l15125iBtafiOr.I 5 2: I
with laid for ; -
supper covers ten I brethren cordially invited to at i l

f f gUPitS. i i near date. He said today the ships I tend. JAS. A. LYLE, C. C. i LINE. 15 do* !Celebrated "Standard Waists--15 doz ,

With the hostess and guests of would soon be here.NEWS H. HOKSLEK, K. II. 8. ) ; Mercerized Madras and Pique, White and White \>WC' don-d \'

honor the happy participants were i ( Stripes! augment the stock for this week's MMII: .;. \

Mrs. Bryan Black, Ir5. Bierck, Mrs. !," FOR LUMBER Gulf The Steamship Pensacola Company, St. Andrews has fixed and i ; 1 $1.00$1.25, $150, $2.00 up to $3.75.

Oeo. Howe, Mr. Bryan Black. Mr. j I Call on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. the following schedule and rates to' ; ) They are swell creations of the Wni"t Makers' Art. Look thi'ni
James Logan, of Xew York, Mr. apply between Pensacola and the I over; it will be pleasant and profitable.
if NOTE for estimates before placing named ,,. ...... .. .. .. .....
Vincent of New Orleans Capt. Mil j points : I ----- ---- --- -

lichat, of England and Mr. Elmore. ': 1'I I your orders for lumber .dlG-lm bCIICDL'LK.: I
:r: L ----- W. J. & B. FORBES.r

f'h, In
r!( : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilmore enter- cola every Tuesday night at 8:30: ....._.......... _
i Mr. X. G ldringo of this who is to Le Jouml a more pompous "'""' T" '
i city, I'I'I o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile ,, _._
)I! dined the Euchre club this week. -- ----'" --- -- ---
i U the proprietor oi three liquor i>r a Lion ate inspiring Ial'oa I I train and the P. & A. accommo

l : The prizes were won by Mrs. Eitzen, \I' houses in this city, has the distinction than the l.raiiMiiaii. who plays in India I dation train. ThU will enable a
.''I I the ladle.' first a bottle of ptrfuiup. the role which the oU.cial l.unowun person to leave Mobile at 5 p. in., '

;ffi :\Ir.T. W. Brent, gentleman's first, I of handling exclusively more plays! in n IIurojii'Hii city. make clo=e connection at Pensacola' D. Hi.LEVILSON
brands of fine domestic and imported i and reach 8t. i ,
''1I t a box of cis;ors. I His deadly! worklie performs with Andrews the next
&. wines and liquors than any deal- great hklll. iiiitl in uls Leering there is morning at 7 o'clock.
The two second prizes were won I'
i er in Wett Florida. a crrtjln 11iuiylhil'l1 is never wen 1'S ISGJ-n: J\US. !
t 'I i'y :\lrO. Blerck and Mr.L.rf. Brown.i I in a 1lIr"l'a:1: hangman. Morwxcr l Real Estate and Rental Agent

ttr, deck of carJs for Pich. "The book, acute I, We are reliably informed that the whil in Iliirupt: the PI'I'IIl'l'lar| ,; I will The be passenger as follows rate: from Pensacoh ,

fJ.t little bisque figure was:: won by chef at the Merchants hotel has a hau;:Ma'! with n feellag! which is To St. Andrews and St. Andrews iJ6 South I'ahifox. Street,

11 Mrs. L. tj. Brown.A I been in the constant employ of Mrs. 11lrlylml'lIljlt and partly horn-r the point:-$0 00; round trip $10. i I|
T ,
1J' Kryger for some twenty years. pl'nl'! of 1 n.1! rosiiwt' and (l'ar the To Apalachicola and CarrabeileJS50 -!

::r1 trip on the biy was given this Knowing;; how particular! :and exact- public: rnituiur and never scan to ; round trip $15. ,' ---

; afternoon in honor ofIr.. M. II. lug the lady cm: readily think: that I l.e has lowered hini&i-lf: lathe I These fares include lirst-cias
cabin, stateroom and meals. '"
;i1 Stephens, miyor of Ea>t St. LouiMA -, gu4s s that this hotel cook must be a social scale by cci'tins the olliceof Further information: can be securedby

",:U wife and Mr. and Mrs. II. D. i i good one. loasnai.: applying at the company's offices BRA V\ NER'SCLEARANCE
On u- -tine cx>oa ':.l Culver, ,.f \'eedu5bar-.IIlJ., by the ia the Tuiesen: building.
I i The Young People's Union, coinI M in his roles of olice! the ixecutiorir -
ofliciab of the I.. & N. Iliilroad.
. is dcdi'ci'.ly! a |ilcturi' } i I posed of the Epworth League; Chris-
: -- altivctlu-r liifffriMit fit'tu the um-
. I tiara Endeavor Societies of the Chris-
i Simple bottles of Dr. Kilmer's' bir and glint han<;iuau of Kurope.
| tiau and Presbyterian churches and MARITIME. SALE
Hwamp-Iioot, the great kidneyliverand
,i. : the Bapti-t Young People's Union I IARRJ'EII. ,
The IHsenne Hidnt: Fit.
bladder: remedy, are heia? distributed
i will meet at the Baptist church tomorrow The iotor! had |>nhl a visit: to Mr.Cassltly. T- ;
'; hf re from hou-e,free. Have
I afternoon at 6 p. ra.-Sub- and after his departure Dirs.Cas.idy's .
: you received out? Hal bk Midoonu no I'ouipei, T'U, Bturla
__ u __ I j ject; HomeIisiom.. friends: in the tenement Havana to iE.was;o Bro ...BEFORE TAKING STOCK...
stepped in to hear the \erdictV11. Dan bktn HC: t.rube,144.Scan,Cardiff to .
: : I The attention of the readers of -\ ." said Mrs. Cassidy, Binooth- I'.aars d l.iuuwody. ,
MARKETS. the NEWS is called to the statement Ins down her apron with an air of I
78 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piece I 64 inch Heavy Ladies'Cloth, in all
published today of the financial modest triumph "the docthir' ays SAILED.Amss .
I suits, all wool, worth $3 special sale Colors, regular $I yard, this gale We:/
. condition of the Equitable Life As- Moike seems to be having an attaekt Pensacola. ,ImW, Leech_ ,Turaplco fUll suit. I

: COTTON REPORT. surance Society. This old and reliable of plural pneumonia Oi says to him I Remember we carry a full line of yard.
01 'Doother know well that A COOO KECOMMEXDATION."I : Five Pieces Black Shark iSkin 41-
,. company which has for years says you Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at
,. Moikc is a shmall little man' Oi says, have noticed that the sale of I prices to uit everybody.Look inch Dress Goods, latest out, regular
been represented by the Mess.
past 'and nisi you exaggerating: a bit. for, Chamberlain's Stomach! and Liver at our Show Window forpricl' $1 yard, this sale isle! yard.
; Reported for THE NEWS by D. F., Knowles Bros., of this city has Ladies' Underwear.
t, I to my thinking; single; is all there'd toe Tablets is almost invariably to those I on 38 pieces Fancy Dress Goads, wool
Lowe& Co. largely: increased its business the But whin I I We carry a awell line of Ladies'Flannel
room in him for, Oi
1. says. who have once used them" says Mr. | and Silk Waists at prices so and (Silk, regular {1 yard, thus ale
.. Spot last year and is stronger today than he went off his wurrd was unchanged 74c yard.
J. H. Weber, a prominent druggist everybody can wear one.
s' Good Middling......... ......9 1 4 I ever before. BO It's plural pneumonia Moike has by i 70 doz Men's Heavy French Xeck Three pieces All-wool Black IIpn
Iowa. What better
Strict liddliDg.\J l-jj( his telling; and sure It's a grand, largo of Cascade, recommendation Moreno Undershirts, special :JJOe! ; rietta, silk warp regular yard, U.u
if ,
+"; Middling ..911'i disease for bo bhmall a man as him could any medicine drawers to match. sale boc yard. '
:1 THE WEATHER TO-DAY. have than for people to call for it 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- 3t) pieces 30-inch All-wool Tnt :,
Strict! Low .
\I.. Middling 8 13-16: when in need of such a remedy? Try I| dershirts, worth 50c, special 35c; .. all colors, regular 35c yard, this -ale
\ Low Hot French Waffles with
l\Iiddling..S ,
LOCAL l'-OREcuT-Raln to-nlght: Sunday them when feel dull after eat- i' drawers to match. 5e yard
'j Tone Steady.: rain and colder fresh south winds Florida Cane Syrup at you 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirt /fir Just Received a. Full II.:1t:
5:(' becoming nortb.Temperature. lug, when you have a bad taste in worth $l,special 75c; drawersto Waitings. regular 2c yard,this -..ilel
f n1l'It.: Solomon your mouth, feel bilious, have no ap- match. "c yard.

ffi March :; in Last 24 Hour: petite or when troubled with constipation ; 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 1 47 Ladies' Readyto-We'tr Hal ny-

+,b, .9.4C) Maximum________.__57 degrees : and you are certain to be de-j'(!'I Hair Undershirts, worth $ spec- Day Skirts worth $1.50, Ipecial8JliJ
'ial drawers to match, White 98c each.
:,- -- Minimum__._ degrees lighted with the prompt relief which i 1
t NAVAL STUKhil Mardi Gras Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ileady-to-Wear Kalny-
\I:[ Temperature EIiehere: they afiforJ. For sale by all drug We have about 3 doz. Men's Bilk Day Skirts, guaranteed all WOM,

t imported Da'ly for The Kent { gists and medicince dealers. Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; specIal worth t4, special sale S2.1S each.
)3fir ;alto ;Mai. to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladies' Black and Colorei

Union Naval Store. Co. Atlanta__ __ .___.__4'1 ft We have just received 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth $l.W, special

......._._ ..... our
fir Koais.KHRITB + Bmnarefc ._-2* -d Ball and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 99c each.

WW____II :5 H_ __t 93: Chicago._ .___.__ !& :91 1903 line of Heywood Go- 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladles' Black Tailored and Figured

1!y WI_____ S i !5 (1._ __ 0) rinfinnatl____SI 4JGalvestou : Carts with all the latest im 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to 16, special
__._____ _____ 1I ...._._.?._M 04 Red All Wool Undershirts at We; eale $1.98! to $3 ii .
t'1' !.L___.. .__ S 45 f:.._. 1t n Huron___.___ It 10 ....CONCORDIA HALL,.... provements. Call and see drawers to match. Jackets, our price

: ___ :!\ D. .._ II Jacksonville _________51 es' them; they are beauties. ; We carry a full line of Ladies': $1.48 to |8 each. You will save

1_.___ : ) C.tbelo"I91) Kansas city_____:22!: si Tuesday Jlityt i I Feb 24th, Marston Ien'i and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking; at ours before

TORriHTint+bid II KeyVeit: ....__._______.70 &.' $ Quina.\ that we can save you 25c on. buying.
I MemphU______in n'Mobile AT 9 O'CLOCK. Remember-We carry a. full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at 113)
'! ____M 1\2\ I went to Pryor's furniture houseon of Men'a Clothing Bougnt at GOc on to 85; worth nearly double.

MALTA-VITA. : Montgomery ___ +1 ..0I I'IUSTCLASSSIC, West Government street and dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted 2-piec

New Orleans___M 64New LARGE DANCING 11 ALL. furnished my entire house for just just >2 price o9 other merchants. suit, worth $I.W, special 98c suit.

I York_____Si &:,
The demonstrator for the Malta'Vita Savannah._ __.50; 7dI All maskers will be examined at one-half of what I expected to pay.

Pure Foods Company is at Bo!]I St. Louis .._91) 3f the door and no objectionable char It was a surprise to me, and I doVt Don't Buy Blankets and Comforts Until you LOOK

Cahn's. Call and be served with al flr"PORTLAXD CEMENT: a acters will be admitted. know why I remained single so long. at Ours. Remember the Place,

ample of this pare food product. $1.60 barrel. A. V. CLUBBS, TICKETS 50 CENTS. f
12t3t I -Corner Bru and Garden Streets. Ball begin3 after Carnival Parade 3 udgiu's, fife Best far 5c. ,ois.pfacst .

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For a Baking Powder t* pnxlu thor Is a Perilous Disease and One That

ouEbly satisfactory results in the oven,it most, : Leads to Insanity. COMING THIS IS YOUR
-rst, be composed of the beet materials, and WARSHIPS
second, all Ingrodlcnu mast be carefully
blended la their xa--t proportion. "GOOD ,J .
} LUCK Baking Powder Is prepared by the meet
aclentffic formula,and none but sui-b materials I II, I Celery Compound 40,000 TONS OF IRON PYRITES j TURN TOHere's lAUG

&stand the teal of a bearchlng chumloal analy.]: HAS BEEN ACCUMULATING AT 1

sis are ever permitted to enter into the comps I,I I II Paine's AND ISO.OOIP! TONS OF I
eltlon of this moot famous brand of Baking I,I I
Powder. It's unvarying bib quality accounts|
for "UOOD LUCK'S-: Ponderous Sale. Has: Saved Thousands of Mel- BargainsAll
I Bargains !
Richmond, VI.
ancholists From the Grave.
ERAL DAYS. Within the next few weeks there : _\ullt.s11 On Account of Our 3IO\STii

Melancholia is a grave disease will be bandIed Pensaccla ..t. ss.......s it ha a tendency to induce suicide at at

I and homicide in it leadsto least 40,000 tons of iron pyrites and ODD I AND END SALE
i Mail has been accumulating at ; : ; many cases !
i :i i insanity. The first important possibly! 150,000 tons of steel billets
!i SOCIAL ECHOES Ii)I the local postoffice for the last ten symptom of ordinary melancholia

a. j I, days for the training ship, Hartford, i3 slef'ple the greatest*st1t''s.importance Another symptomof isa dull I from It is English practically foundries.certain that the $3 50 Men's shoes, now.. ...................... .... $276

.l0414+t OOOONO SI Oi.tii.NURl cruiser Isla de Lnz'>n and battleships pain in the back, extending to the $3.00 Men's shoos
back of the head. Then we see other i i''iron pyrites will be brought here as : now,_.._..._....._ ........ $241
Miss Wise eutertair.i
today at Kearsarge, Illinois, Texas: Iowa
symptom*, such as depression of the )the first cargo of the big contract $2.50 Men's shoes kid lined
noW'on" SI
lunch ia honor cf the Misses \feol- I and Massachusetts. spirits, flow mental and muscular 98

son of Atlanta, the charming guests movements, retarded speech terrifying arrived yesterday; on the German Cable
of Mrs. J. M. Muldoa.Mi I This morning four full pouches for hallucinations aversion of steamship Emma: from Lisbon. Screw shoes, now ".mm .. ..._._..... OSc

the Indiana were received.It food and a disregard of life. Every I $3 50 Ladies'
-s Nelley K y.-er entertains at is'essels are cae of melancholia is directly trace- This was nearly 3 COo ton, and alto < shoes, now. ................._..._._... .. 8273
dinner this eveI1iu able to a weakness or collapse of the ether with $3.00
; the pyrites alone, at Ladies' shoes hand sewed now
not,expected to visit a port to for nervous system.: The nerve branches $2.33

Mr. and Mr V. C. Croat of the sympathetic system, the least fifteen vessels; will be required.
? entertain
ward their mail to the point they spinal column and brain, are not doing $2.00 LadieV shoes, now........ ._.................. .... $ ; S4
at cards evetiu. These will b3 large: steam : and
Monday I hjp- ,
are expected to reach soonest, and their work, and the blood is thin, .
Flu r;ish or impure. j many of them will fill out with timber : $1.25 Ladies' shoes, now ...._.... .... .._... Sao
Tin Euchre Club met this week as the mall now here has been andi I Ii. ;:

with Sirs. Max Bear. The J fu
,';: wts won by Miss UoialindFrenhc1 orders have bteu forward every ineliachulic victim. As a i importations remunerative to Per.sacol -1YI,1-S NOT MUXTIONKO, 'hich we will gltdlr'how u' ..

a 11.lud"olf.f pin trl: ). Thecaa \i 1 given it'l 1 nerve food, this marvelous! Compound j .4 bay men. - ...... -- .....
it i is presumed that the vessels above ; quickly imparts! nourishment I I
: tmu'lsom lunch cloth I
rrizo a
and life to the weak and famished Birmingham are talking
newspapers -
Mr. Weil. rei i nimtd, or seine rf them at least, ; j MEYER
57 won by Elegant}!;: nerves, after which comes a new SHOE CO.
about the :
frehmrnt.were !;(rVt-d. Tbe meet- : will: arrive in tne harbor within avery I vitality feelingthat life is precious early importing at gulf ,

ti,'xt week will be with )!lr". Morris short time. and worth living. The stomach, j ]ports of 150,000 tons of stetl and iron Peel FnrnkLcrs! for ('ash Ouljr.
I liver, kidneys are toned, digestion I
Leat I| The fleet ti ith exception of the becomes perfect a natural appetite l I from European markets. Every : 102: SOUTH PAv-A OX '.
i 8TR}:E?.
is bestowed, and sweet refreshing piece of iron brought
over ,
The many friends: of Mr:*. Frank I i. captured tpanish cruiser: left Police, I sleep conducts a vigorous health. recently

Ruse will be glad to know that she P. R., Wednesday. destinationS Paine's Celery Compound has! saved from Europe for Birmingham has }. -. -- -- -

is expected to arrive here this afternoon +i'' I more melancholic and nervous ?uf- been handled at this port and should i
was said to have been Galveston but ferers than all other combined I
? and will be a guest of Mrs. W. agen the lame amount be imported,
B. it seems as if that was an error; had cies. Do not treat the symptoms of 5tS ;
.] Keyser. I\ melancholia: with indifference. Begin sacola will fret the lion's share pen-I.rr7 i Ready for YourInspection tl
the ships been ordered to that place ; today with Paiue's Celery Compound -
I 1. The wedding of Mini, rtirah L. the mail intended for the squadron I i and avoid the perils that Captain Kirst of the steamsbip; and Profit jj

Kahn and Mr. B. M. Solomon will drag to insanity and the grave. #I j Emma reported on his arrival I
1 would have been sent to Galveston i yesterday i with the I Ii '
. f be solemnized at the Swellest Line
Synagogue I ...,. : If' 4" next Wednesday evening; and not to Pensacola.It 11 j of Laces
dl; I -- DIAMOND DYESwill experienced and his vessel had almost -i ; Galoons,
is noted that no mail is held for :

' The ladies of the First Baptist the Alabama.: That fine battleshiphas color any kind of cloth. The travelled under water for force i ru'l il Swiss Nainsook and
church will hold a reception in the b usbaod's suit and overcoat can be ( I Ii
miles. The vessel (
seas caught the
[! church parlors, next Friday evening been ordered to a point oil made to look like new. The color !i ( 2S252525252.S252525252.52bv Cambric : : : : I Ic

,;r. from ;5: to a o'clock. All Baptists especially Mobile to receive the elegant silver will last until the goods are worn just after she had parsed throughthe I II )

' visitors, members of the I out. Direction book and 43 dyed Florida straits and continued I Ii iq E a Mr. a tr
'f.l service from the people of the great samples free.lilAirosn I M H"I! U
congregation and friends are cordial Dues Hurllngton i with unabating fury until the Pen- .Iii & lQJ Con !
' state after which i: has been named.It I ?

!:(j ly invited to attend is slid shewill remain there until L.aseoarar-- ... -;:'raar--++reu. r-"sy-I I sacola light was sighted. One small !I ....It's Been Our Pleasure to Offer.... ,I

bat was smashed and the vessel's'dl -
fU Miss Barrie: Gilmore of Denver i is after MardiGras. I
i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. i New Spring Percales. White and ColoredWaistings i
deck showed other evidences of the ,
r the guet of Mrs.: Bryan Black for a I For the past: several days a gentleman ,
ii visit of 3.>oie tiill). Pensacola Lode Xo. 3. K. of 1'. 'I boisterous weather which the boat IO( ; Astrikingdepsrtureoseroiddv- .
I 81I'n.and I
has been in the city for the i ( 1 cuutrulled t-xcluaivrly by
1 regular meeting Monday ni;ht Feb. had encountered. t I us. ,
: Mrs. Fred O. Howe entertained I purpo-e of buying stores for the fleet.) t 1 1Kr WaisiAvw 1.\k'rs, Retry telling: L'" nIVpiirtment : < '
7:30 o'clock. A full
.IIG, at attendance |I I C tales ler1otc. 't'lIrt..t' litre "\ '
, .. lat evening In honor of Mis BessieOilmore He has nothing to say regarding the 1 i H requested. Work in the rank cf I I ; j -- -- mud rmllfss } 1.1 i
iiiB;innbl wtacat.u1Xni'Ee '
Wnlst I )laker. J'.r. | I'
' of Denver, at a ping [pong j ships' movements beyond that he is Knight by the Senatorial team SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER : I sales' IOn ached to all.iI .

party followed by a chafing: dish i ordered to have full supplies ou a Members of sister lodges; and visiting 1 i' RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS ( )1 Nottuesltallonvyhind.'lllIo-Alry: Iifhigiis.Mil Llgbt_ |I ll'j 1(1' Ji"Jj lOlx. IS I I. 25 nn t'I' I''n J,, ,,
with COVl'B.d.t\ for ten (. -- -- -- ,
.I''J supper ,, brethren cordially: invited to at. (
r glints. i i near: date He sail today the ships tend. JAS. A. LYLK, C. C. ) LINE. i'. 15 dozI-Celcbrated! "Standard Waists J5 da .
'.! With the hostess and guests of would soon be here. H. HOHSLEK, K. II. B. i ( Mercerized Madras and Pique, White and White with C",;, r. Ii !

honor the happy participants were i -- I: ( Stripe.augment the stock for this week's Felling, \ J

I Mrs. Bryan Black, Irs. Bierck, Mrs.f I I IOeo. I I :1 FOR LUMBERCall Gulf The Steamship Pensacola Company, Bt. Andrews ha fixed and .id $1.00, $1.25, $150 $2.00 up to $3.75.

f Howe, Mr, Bryan Black, Mr
j the following schedule and rates to swell creations of the Wait Makers'
on UEEKMAN LUMBERCO. ( j They are Art. Look tl!:' mOver
James Logan, of New York, Mr. ; EWS apply between Pensacola and the;' ; it will be pleasant and profitable.,; ,,
nOTES for estimates before
i Vincent of Xew Orleans, Capt. Mil '' t .: placing points named: __

lichat, of Engl.uiJ, an J Mr. Elmore. your orders for lumber. .dlG-ltn SCl I Err U LI.
--- J.B:
,tJ\II,,. I I I .- Indian Hendxmen. Steamer Tarpon will leave Per.-: lli' )FORBE5J J

t' Mr. and Mra. Fred Gilmore entertained cola every Tuesday night at 8:30','
i )Ir. X. Goldriiijrof this; city, who Nowhere is to te found a more pompous o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile I ---- ---- ;
the Euchre club this week :< --- --- --- -
iii i I i is the proprietor oi three liquor or a inure aloe 11I"Iiri1 IKTMIII ; train and the P. & A. accommodation ,',
The prizes were won by Mrs. Eltzeii, I IfFi 1 I houses in this city, has the distinction : than the Iw.(.hllllll.! w ho pl.ijs! in India train. This will enable a
the ladle firata bottle of pt-rf UIUP.Mr. the role which tin olucul tankman;; person to leave Mobile at 5 p. 111., !

i'I T. W. Brent, gentleman's first, I of handling exclusively more plays: in a Ilcrojifait city.llis make clo-e connection at Petsacola'and '' D. HALEVILSON

a1I f !\ box of cigars.: brands of fine domestic and imported deadly! work h. performs with reach St. Andrews the next' ,

;. 1 I wines and liquors than any dealer great !skill uiiil in Ms 1 ln-.ritig tLcre is morning at 7 o'clock. i t
)rJ The two second prizes were won .
i in West Florida. a vrttiin ('Unity: which is newer seen 1'\S J'; GI'at It \TtS. I
i$ !*y Mrs. Blerck and Mr.L.S. Brown in a 1l1rnl1I; !Jauj.'llItu. Muraner jI I Real Estate and Rental Agent

r i deck of cards for each. The book, a'!' We are reliably: informed that the while iu 1'i.rupe the popn'ave rcptrils will The\ be passenger as follows: rate: from I'ensacoli ;, ,

is cute little bisque figure was won by chef, at the Merchants hotel has a btngi'iaivitli n fet'lln; ? which is To St. Andrews and St. Andrews i t Ii'4: :South I'aluiov Street,

r Mrs. L. :a.::! Brown. I been in the constant employ of Mrs. partly: conteiiii't and partly horror the points-?(> 00; round trip $10. j
I Kryger: for some twenty years.: ,'cj.le! of IU.IM; rosiiet-t and fear thepublic To Apalachicola and Carrabelle i i$8CO .

. A trip on the biy was given this j Knowing how particular [and exacting :: cxu-KUoiur! ulIII never seem to ; ; round trip $13.; ----.

I, afternoon iu honor of Mr. M. 11. the lady i?, one can readily think: that l.o has: lu vi'red himself: in I These fares include first-cias ,
cabin, and meal
(Stephens, miyor of Ea-t St. Lour, guts that this hotel cook must be a the social sale by accTptins; the ut .ee'II Further information: can be secured

. his wife andIr.. and )Ir;;. It. D. I good one. of lt't!st'1al. by applying at the company's ctHcts BRAVI'IFR'S'CLEARilCE
On fi.ti\e w-oasions and when
Culver, ..[ Veeuusbiirg; Ind., by the !| in the Tbiesen buildl11g.MARITIME..
I i The Young People's Union, composed l'an'.1 m his rubes of ot'k-e the e=-('ur-I
): ofliclals of the L. & N. lliilroad.Bjmple .
of the ChrisI tiorrr is rt t''h!'e .J Epworth League: ; -
); -- tt.1 ilt : I'um-I:
. I, flan Endeavor Societies of the Chris-:
bottles of Dr. Kilmer's bir and griin 1 luui_iuau of I'urope.TIl .
j tian and Presbyterian churches and SALE
,a Swat lp-Root, the great kidney,liver I
| the Uapti-t Young People's Union .
Rlresxe Dilint Fit.
: and bladder\: remedy, are heijg distributed
i will meet at the Baptist church tomorrow The doctor had paid a visit to Mr. .
.o' here from home,free. Have! '
, afternoon at 6 p. m.-Sub Cl"hlIlllli, after Lis departure Mrs. ARRIVED.ItM .
received one? II bk Midonnn do I'ompei, ,'H, Hturla
you '
; ject; Home Missions. ('a".ill)" :; friends in the teilemeuttt Havana to li> "so Kros : BEFORE TAKING STOCK.
i .. ..
'i>i>eil in to hear the verdict."h'ells' Dan bktn H C ,;rube,W,Svaue,Cardl3! to ,
' I The attention of the readers of sail Mrs. Cassidy, BiuoothIng liaiirs lIuuWC1d)". ,

THE MARKETS. the NEWS is i called to the statement down ).('1' npronith an air of I II
I I 78 Boys' Double-Breisted 2-piece I 64 inch Heavy Ladies' Cloth, in all
.. published today of the financial modest triumph "the docthtT bays SAILED. ,
' I suits, all wool, worth $3, special sale Colors, regular $1 yard, this e.ile >oc:
lortH, Leech,
condition of the Equitable Life As- Moike seems to be having an nttackt Am sa Pensacola Tamplco. $1.9' suit.
-- -
tej old and of plural pneumonia Oi says to him full line of yard.
COTTON REPORT. surance Society This reliable Hnmember we carry a
Oi 'Docther. know well! that A GOOD RECOMMENDATION Five Pieces Black Shark Skin. 41-
: company which has for years says you Boya1 Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at
Moike is a slimall little man,' Oi says "I have noticed that the sale ofChamberlain's prices to suit everybody.Look inch Dress Good, latest oat, regular
been represented by the Mes.
i ,- 'and nisi you exaggerating a bit for, Stomach and Liver I at our Show Window forprizes $f 1 yard, this sale b9c yard
Reported far THE NEWS by D. F. Knowles Bros. of this
:, city Ladies' Underwear.We .
Is all there'd be on
to my thinking single wool
I Tablets is almost invariably to those 38 pieces Fancy Dress Oood
,' Lowe & Co. increased its business the swell line of Ladies'Flannel
I largely room In him for, Oi But"hin I carry a
says. and Silk, regular $1 yard, this
used them
who have once Mr.
u says Silk Waists at
Ar and so
<:pot;!. j last year and is stronger today than he went off his wurrd was unchanged, I prices 74c yard.
I J. H. Weber, a prominent druggistof j everybody can wear one.
i,' Good Iiddling..9 1 4 I ever before. so it's plural pneumonia Moike has by Iowa. What better I 70 doz Men's Heavy French Xeck Three pieces All-wool Black lien
t i: Strict MlddllDg.\J 1.8 his telling, and sure it's a grand large Cascade, recnommendation -j Moreno Undershirts, special 2Uc; riftta. silk warp, regular U yaed. thu

i[:," Middling .a disease for bo shtuall a mau as him." could any medicine drawers to match. gale bOc yard. '
THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL have than for people to call for it COdoz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts 30' pieces 30-inch All-wool Trii ,,>t,

rll 3 HtrictLow Middling..8 13 16 when in need of such a remedy? Try j worth 50c, special 35c; all colors, regular Sic yard this ale
Low Hot French Waffles with
Middling..8 1.2 Jo'OREcAsT-Haln drawers to match. 2oc yard
to-night. Hun-:! them when you feel dull after eatIng -
Tone Steady. day rain and colder fresh south winds Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts fir Just Received a Full LIWaistings :.
becoming north.Temperature. when you have a bad taste in !, worth $I, special 75c; drawersto regular 2e yard,this -alel
t, ITTl'm.s.Pt' your mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite match. ;e yard.

March .9.32May : I in Last 24 Hours: or when troubled with constipation -: 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's 47 Ladies' Re1dy-tf-Wear Rainy
Hair Undershirts worth $1.50. Day Skirts, worth $UiO special silo
special ,
.9.40 | and certain to be delighted
t l i Maximum: ___ 67 degrees you are -;
__ I \ $1; drawers to match, in White, 9Sc! each.
:I t NAVAL 'nom' I Minimum, degrees Mardi Gras with the prompt relief which Red and Fawn colors. 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
' MAKKtTI.Ueporieil Temperature Elsewhere they afford. For sale by all druggists !; We have about 3 doz. Men's Silk Day Skirts, guaranteed all well,

bJ9 Da'ly for The Newt bjUnion : and medicince dealers. I!i Shirts and Drawers, worth $3; special worth $4, special sale $2.13 each.
Mln. Max. to close $1.20 each. 60 Ladles' Black and Colored

fI Naval Store Co. Atlanta_ __. ._,__ I1) 64 We have just received our I 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed Worsted Skirts, worth II.V, special
01115. BIsmarck._.._ __._-24 -4 j Ball $ and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at sale 99c each.
! WW.-.i4:5: H_ _._(2 8'jWG Chlcago__ ___,_._ U Yt3l 1903 line of Heywood Go- 25c; drawers to match. 37 Ladies'! Black Tailored and Figured

___.__ S 05 G._ ...___ 2 00N ___ 4. Carts with all the latest improvements. 21 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray and Skirts, worth $2 50 to 10, special
_..____ 3i F____ 100of. ,( Galveston.-__.........-5'i tHurol1. \! Red All Wool Undershirts at 50c; gale '1.9I!: to.t9l!: each.ReadytoWear .
... __._ 35 E:.._.__ ... 1 WIS )' ......_._.,_.____ 1& W ....CONCORDIA HALL,.... Call and see drawers to match. Jackets oar price
____ 3M D. ._ 1 NIChbelow1iU\ I Jacksont'lIIe..M 6S* them; they are beauties. We carry a full line of Ladies1, $1.48 to $8 each. You will save

____ : !! Kansas Clty----52 'oJ Tuesday 1iht i feb. 24th, Marston [en'i and Boy's and Girls' Shoes money by looking at ours before
{ 6rtarT8TnarRsTlNn-95b1d, I Key West_______7d 5:! $ Quina., that we can save you 25c on. buying.
Memphis -----.-..4) fel AT 9 O'CLOCK. Remember-We carry a full line 24 Boys' Overcoats, heavy, at IIJ&
I Mobile____..?.5t 82: I went to Pryor's furniture house I of Men's Clothing Bougnt at hoc on to $.5; worth nearly double.
Montgomery.... __ *> 70 FIKST-CLASS MUSIC, on West Government street and I dollar. We will close them out at 49 Boys' Double-Breasted piece

MALTAVITA.The New Orleans__, _fi< 61 LARGE DANCING HALL furnished my entire house for just Just >2 price off other merchants. suit, worth f 1.50, special OSc suit.
I I Sew York_____ -
3&t one-balf of what I expected to
demonstrator for the Malta- Savannah___. ) All maskers will be examined at
I It was a surprise to me, and I doVt Don't Blankets and Comforts Until you Lookat I
Vita Pure Foods Company U at Sol St. Louis _.___30 :34 the door and no objectionable char- Buy

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

sample of this pure food product. $Lo0 per barrel. A. V. CLCBBS, TICKETS 50 CENTS. F. E. BRAWNER.

12f3t I Corner Bru and Garden Streets. Ball begins after Carnival Parade 3 adg'm's, file Best far oc.. >ois.PfaiSb ,

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