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 15, 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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University of Florida
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mistress of the house lies a claimed to be the real crew of the vessel men are all J. Ranscli has now reached'

MRS. J- S. FREESE. large burden of responsibility for "the and denounced us as convicts. They excuse my } ; ', where he will ride for William t.; R f

of the Most: Expert Cnldei servant ,girl problem" as it Is.-New [ !: 1-K, by H. L. Harold.] were so earnest and emphatic in their "Don't ml'lI1 He has a ;good contract "i' ayt
ibc I. Our and Ilunler In Maine.Ol York WorhL We had discharged: our cargo;:: at declarations that the commander of the know more of Mr. Vanderbilt and as there is ." I).,t'

Georgetown; from the Lrig Albatrossand gunboat was almost convinced. I destroyed indication that this stable will ;JI,
> registered guides Into only putting II
Cresting of the WI nil .
were ready to start on our return their case, however when I tI'oH "r this season than ever be I"i!
three women and of \ Thebest way of me about your
e hanging curtain Is
a toyage to Liverpool when the asked them for the captain's name our Ransch's Lanes to rival tho, .I,i'>f
one in the region of the by rings from a stout pole if it is captain of the "Can't you be 1' .
the different
port of hail names > of Ileiff in
was notified that ten French convicts r performances that ; : t'.
". the! Penobscot is Mrs. heavy or from a slender brass rod If It ropes and sails, etc. They were ironed this time. I are especially bright. .ti

, Kirrrton.: .)Irs. Trcese is light Window curtains may: reachto from the penal settlement of Cayennehad and taken aboard the gunboat to be about !.t'r. 1 I "(' is one of the \live products of '
the Ccor and be looped back with escaped to sea in a yawl. think of her." ."I.j':
and conveyed to Cayenne while the brig ft
> bright vivacious! west w-n invade the ea>t at In I
bands of themselves or they may: be Three days later and:'J miles to the down "Well, I
towed to Para to be
entertainingly, though was put intervals and show a knack
pushed back and hang on either, bide !in south our lookout sighted;:: the craft and through the legal forms in her eyes are ; iir :
necessary ltnr The
riding I''' youngster can
life; iu the wO)l1s. .
r straight;, fobs to the sill Then they her convict crew. Iu a quarter of an such"casis. M. QUAD. her hair the ;,;: at about 105 pounds, and with .i "" ff
: business of guiding, the window without contradicting
frame .... the neatest! I
hour the yawl lay off our port bow
\: .. course of an Interview. Its lints. A go,.d finish is valance : SHORT STORIES think-I have : :M
within! speaking distance."Hello i .
across the anywhere frow ten to where. Yet :.
'home and all\ the com11 : tip \1

wish for but I have twenty Inches deep according to the : captain! Ocr ship! went down Thenaro'niPters; are coming into much her ino, did j<; ,t: '

whu come from a con- height; and shape of the window, qr a off here (pointing to the east) yesterday more g'Iwral11'(', and the export demand before I went ... 'J'.

:,sore! to hunt hereabout short piece like! a section of valance afternoon. We have neither' food nor for them is increasing.Southirn -two years : t ""
Lu me to take theta Into nay hang; between the two curtains drink and we ask you in the name of i Alaska promises to be a lon..lh..f"re'? -

This Is as great a pleasure connecting th.!m. In thin curtains Humanity, to supply us." great oil producing field. A British beauty and ,", !- r

for, them and so It Is that I rings; may be dispensed with, and the "I have nothing! to !spare and I warn syndicate has bought;: up large areas. heart she has .,! .' ',

', d and received a guide's brass rod may run through: casing; you to keep off!" shouted the captainin Last year the United States made "Ixok here : I

made: for it, with a standing rutile answer to the request.We more iron than Great Britain and Germany what 1 want ,

nlll\'('. had seen no arms among them the two next largest producers, upon my : ,, ,,.

Of course a heavy ('urtaln-nlours. and had supposed them to be without combined. hard for a \ 4 \, f\
damask, burlap or what not-has no What's ;
weapons of any sort. To our great surprise A man In South Bethlehem, Fa, re- come ." '" .
rutile on t<'p. It either; hangs from five muskets taken from the think by the ; !' J
cently fell from the inside of a 155 foot ; ;.
rings or has a deep cubing on the pole. men that you'd ,
guard when they escaped, were suddenly glhokpstack' and landed on a hard flfcor "
Any extra length may be allowed to lifted into view, while four oars with and broken. something, :
only leg
a arm
hang our. With a fringe or a border dropped into the waters and the yawl man would be -ti r i f'.ir.
The six oared shell In which Fresl-
it makes a good finish. It should not made for our bows. There was a fierce you're about j..
dent Eliot Alexander Agassis and the n
however, be more than twenty Inches from and those with about town. 1
every I a
Crowninshlelds rowed for Harvard has IUSSCH, yANDRUBILT'Socxzv. .!
and that only in a high room. cism: and get .
muskets opened fire. Captain Rothsay been presented to the university by T. ;; Thompson will do the light [ ., 11
I killed and the second mate wounded "Never mind
was : S. Watson. The boat was built in work for tho Vanderbilt stable. I 1 N
The Decorative Planter Cant. i before had hooked tell me that""She's t. .
even they on. 183 7. l1sl1 Turner sailed for France re I\(
The decorative possibilities tof theplaster We scalded them with boiling water been : )
: cast plaque and pawl' are well The United States now consumes "\\,t'll. that's and tills experienced American ,
and fought them with whatever we 1
I known to any one who has used themto could lay hold of, but within five minutes eight times as much sugar per capitaas them have. will do the heavyweight jockey. : .

fish-44 further the schemes of the home the brig was captured. We had a hi the first quarter of the last century "She, of : for the stable. R. ,I
four times ns much as the average came into prominence In the ,
beautiful.; While they are rather strikIng ;- any feliow
foremost hand killed in the
light; on
; if a single one is used in a room d0r'k and of ;: JMT capita during; the decade ending little heart of 10o) and for a time owls un'J
none us escaped Injury.As
several or many of them will takeawayto an; offset we killed two of the convicts with 1S50 and twice as mi>!U as in hurry, do you? i I the wing of James Rowe. He rode r',I I ;tI 1 1I
prlur to l O.AU' Hardy Durham: also and his vic t a
any year
some extent the shock of the schemeof while to board. the man was n I v I
they were trying Merifti Iravesend New ;:
with at 'Ii
l'roratlonlnll ;give a 111l'lloWt'lllrt As chief officer I was asked about the ships of the United f'tatesna3' to show you I r
attention of .
effect that Is intcri&ting. One recommendation and and the are being:: supplied with steel furniture care to i first attracted the 1t. ,..t
our cargo destination on ,
turfmen. Rausch! rode then at : :
of the plaster ornaments is other hand the leader informed me Experiments carried on for about all his '
their extreme cheapens So much artistic that to several months have proved that almost himself to I -''.\ i pounds, and his two wins } .
they were sorry interrupt ourvoyage friends. I
Itcauty for the can scarcely -, all the essential furniture of war- the filly made him many .1
money 'Hail he no
but intended to the
; use brigto 4
Ransch had the
be procured In any other line. 'It make good their escape ships can be made of steel. Serious Only a a 't year largest 1"
> of winners to his credit and. ,
I io<'s not even pay to have the smaller Time first thing was to get rid of the daiBs ,;;c was done daring the :Spanishwar that to a girl! : < r ( I ';a
he did not ride with tho best
ones! mended when broken, as a new dead bodies. They allowed us to sew by the furniture of ships catchingfire. orally she 1\\"
little than of I all the time he was consistent ;
costs the
one iA
more price them in canvas before they went overboard to hold home ) I :
won on horses with which Buchan- t
repairing. The casts are white when ;
She like the '
and then our wounded men ; ; ,
turned out but are tinted in tho: various An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. him on Bums and other more expensive ]
were made comfortable. After the spur ,
shades afterward. Light or dark burial the lender saiii to us: ome '''time ago my daughter: as told her : failed. l' ,t,*l!.

tints bean to endure equally well.A "We harm. We desperate caught a severe cold. She complained enough for !.P"Pop"
mean you no are -
.VI.S. J. R. n.ELSF. Annon In Politics.
of pains in her chest and had a
men and intend to make our escape something ., '
Ml and rimed! ..I tl.S: region since I Pattern Cane. bad cough. I gave her .Chamber abroad." Adrian Constantine Anson of .
After we June been landed in lain's fame Is candidate for the ,
,i- a e'' .I I !I. ..! >; :it ii almost second Most useful a pattern case. Takea Cough Remedy according to a ]
some safe place you uiay sail away directions and in two days she wa (Tom Goring ) for city treasurer of Chica! '
t .
Mtn i" I I'-ve the woods and
I." strip of heavy stuff- cretonne <,
somcf with your brig. If you try to deceiveus well and able to go to school! J and returned "I'\e chance he "The
got a says. {
' : o'r.tur.'s.: .i.f the woods, and denim cheviot. Let it be "
am or a ;yard long .
time. Aloud
we will show you no mercy have used this remedy in my family ( I has attractions for than : tx
.\ win! n \, JIll tluni.M and twelve Inches wide. At distances more me
; ; equal for the 1'I's.ot
I was further informed that I must past seven years and have used have in base- t"
,\' f1a; .rite hunting ground Is on this strip place tapes lengthwise act as captain and navigate the brig, never known it to fail," pays James confoundedly jiennant I know to the others my who :" ",.#
'!.< d 1 !1.,1' :> ii-iie:: mle cane trip and Three of these will be sufficient Prendergast merchant, Annato Bay, "Absolutely fellow'e days. are ',
and I was allowed to choose a mate "
It old and wise in thq political '
J 'J ,.l' > of tnit.ipaig.& to say nothing Tack them firmly down to the material from men. After that a Jamaica: West India Island; The "Of course, ; are
among buy But watch I'll throw 'em 1 ,
pains in the chest indicated an me. :it;;
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o M in actual hunting and at distances of four inches. Fasten approaching her '
council was held among; the eight; of us attack lofty at first. A hard fight is ahead of .
i i .'''''i'::: 'ii.'jhome.. I have made them also at the ends and at one end what should ale steered for. of pneumonia, ton! when she .
I as to place whicil in this instance But that's all I'm used to
i", _1:!I..dr and come home not at the center of the strip fix two long was undoubtedly r l'l1." right I, 11
I brought them the charts from the warded oil by Chimber- fights. I have talked to Mayor f:
< v1iiititl as people I I tapIt ft loose to tie the case. Bind
many cabin, and after a long debate it was lain's Cough Remedy. It counter "Look here, and he has given me encour 1'' I
r ''ri 'mi I I decided to run for the Amazon river. acts any tendency of a cold toward part. : ." t lhf'i
,I.* \ rj kind of game in the I Insert the patterns by slipping them From the very first I had hoped that pneumonia. Hold by all druggists. the chap she ''I .;

;'- and every season am under the lengthwise tapes. Hull up we might retake the brig; but the convicts and medicine dealers. think it's rig Indoor Mert. 1.l' "j .; t'j

in Get: my allowance. I and tie round the loose ends of tape. ; would only trust us so far. The heard one : secure a representative gathering r .J

',' ...;g our my dog Willie When a pattern is stunted, it Is easily watches were so divided by order of AGES OF NOTED MEN. knew the the ten mile running championship' 1 't i:

t'o'r! I always found unrolling the case, when all ", ;
carry a by Cell. I f
Moran that our men were separated the A. A. 1.:., at Madison Square ;
t s' Mum ] >ed it, as I am the patterns lie open to inspection. and two of the convicts were kept under George J. Gould is only forty-four. "Quite ri New York March 14, the : f.1;",

'i the country fur miles arms to act as sentries. Moran Russell Sage is eighty-six years of but give the New York Irish-American ,Ath r: *

''i 1'1'1If I was obliged toT ('bildren'a I.iincbeii. and the second mate had quarters aft nge. look before association will offer seven prizes '; t (t.!
night:: I shouldn't mind In packing the children's luncheon with me, while all tlie others berthed J. Pierpont Morgan carries thewelht well but the event Itowcn the two niilo ; ...' ,..;f.

d guides dual get lo'-t." basket! remember to put in a few nutmeats f".wm'll.ll of UiH'"C under sur- of sixty-five: jears.K. boy. You've cross country Intercollegiate cham '', i ,.:"'R 1

v is no doubt one of thee preferably almonds. These contain \eillaiuv and no two of us were PUT II. Harriman is a West Point "Two ; Carr the St. Xavier phenorn and r d'

rt hunters and guides in very httli starchy matter which left alone together.Vliile none of graduate He Is sixty-four years old. ery day. Last :: who won the hearts of the t. "
w "> Is a deadly shot with a i in its raw state as it Is in most nuts, them could take the wheel they kept accepted ine" ,; ;
his ,
August! Belmont is forty-nine. On ; by splendid running: ,
>ly hid!es a de whin she is very Indigestible. It each almond ".\1111 .
constant watch on the compass. leaving Harvard he started at once In jour last summer are expected to
> .lieh she thinks is worthy serves as a filling to a date from which The winds were light; and variable, the banking business. future chance the starter at the Garden. I Z14I

"i' il as one of her allowance the stone has been removed the necessary and it was the sixth day after our capture baronetcy. ; "'ii
Henry Clews is sixty years age.
" "- a tine w tag shot and brings sugar will be furnished; which before we drew in \tith the coast. life clerk in I don want Yoct and Michigan. ,
He started as junior a
;s of birds in the season. with the proteid of the almond makesa Moran's ordl'rs't're to avoid Para by, mercantile house at fifteen. of your life. recent report from Lincoln Neb.r 'fl'

V' 'se is also quite expert at good and nourishing combination. entering the north mouth and when gan to talk that Football Coach Yo*t' In- .. -t
William Rockefeller's\ first positionwas
!! iiis and has slime'l'ry fine Four or five of these done up in wax:: we were fairly In the river he told me just another :
to return to Michigan university
that of in a commis-
and most satIsfyingly bookkeeper
i- of her handiwork. In her paper are easily carried their plans. I was to take th.'mln the probably ;you fall and the students of the uni ,{ t.
sion Louse. He is sixty-one. !
meat !
i: intr she has had a number supplement a chopped brig up as far as the mouth of the self. But: are correspondingly pleased. f.-t;,

M'a ig and exciting adventures or sliced olive sandwich. Xlngu river and they then would! pull William F. Ilavemeyer is fifty-two. too trustful, to the Lincoln interview : 'I:

""I'r yet been scared of any- up the stream in the yawl and make He received a private education, at the wicked world; : Bald } J.l}:

U the wilds of Maine has pro- Signing Letter. for the diamond district We were not close of which he entered a bank.I interfering. : I ;1
In social con- ; I will not bo with Missouri next ;
form j
a has met all kinds of the It Is never good above thirty miles up the river when n. Mills is seventy-seven years you ought to i

.ens. She hunts all throughand nection for a wife to use the husband'sInitials we were obliged to come to anchor for old. After an academic education he think it over There have been rumors placing ; '
her Let the with about every college team la 'i I'
spends weeks in her In signing name. want of a breeze. About the time we started his financial career as a clerk. l'IIIUl\'e no ,'f
"Sailic Brown west during the last few weeks but
.g the 1'Oltlcstot the weath- signature Douglas anchored the demeanor of the convicts John I>. Rockefeller after a common me all your
Brown"written I shall probably drift back / .
,s no terrors for her. with "Mrs. George Washington seined to change for the worse. It school education secured a position as you profess I "

In the lower left hand corneror appeared as if three or four of them clerk\ In a forwarding and commission opinion of IDt' again next fall. I

hn""IIr1; \'t"rM.II Houxework.isiu Immediately under the signature were ansious to pick! a quarrel with house lIe Is sixtythree.John I'm not a Wolterene Football I'rofltf. t. r. JH"

1 state labor bureau has and Inclosed In parentheses, says the our men. That evening the second W. Gates was raised on his was engaged paying the guarantees and per .: i. '

'g reasons why girls prefer Chicago Record-Herald. If calling on mate found opportunity to say to me: father's farm was married at eighteenand for years. /: to visiting teams and paying ; ". :

lories and stores to house- a married friend leave one of your "Depend upon it. Mr. Lenox, they started a little hardware store lazy perhaps the University of :'
own '
liuiulries! were sent to own cards and two of your hu&band's; never meant to stand by their bargain. which he soon abandoned to sell lIe'sot heaps football team practically 'f! ,t JJ\

Among the answers ,were If on a single friend one of each. I shouldn't be surprised if they were barbed wire at ?luO a month. He Is to say up over $1.i; fj for the athletic -. t L : \

planning to cut our throats and scuttle forty-seven. fiancee but Charles Baird
mould \Vrll Paid Ire. :Model.. year. 'I i
better "
only give girls
the brig. him on to lieen appointed athletic director for ,
of Paris, finely
ler treatment and warmer Two young women I strongly; suspected them of some Escaped an Awful Fate out of the qu( and Thomas B. Rob : ,
the more
travel around years t
,i-t them live independently, featured and formed e\il intention, but nothing came of it Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn. Fla., so very young football '

:ito the factory because I at the est hotels. They are always so wind and tide iu our favor, and at noon Consumption and nothing could be of thing! : I
Saving of a Few cents on a. bottle I
lie treated like a human ben well dressed that people Inquire when we anchored again we bad madetwentytne done for me. I was given up to die. heard his ( Vanilla will .
xtract not
atone for ;
they procured their clothing. This Is 'miles. Right away after The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. !2,000 a'year annoyance of having dessert! $ t ;

I wont do housework is why they are sent abroad, and a dinner the yawl was lowered and King's New Discovery for Consumption an excuse to is "just a little off" in flavor. 1 1.

w ill not bo treated like half lYench company of dressmakers pays Moran began to outfit her. Whatever induced me I to try now it. Results on the "Once with buy BurntiCs. ;J
werestartlfag. am
d nil their expenses. The young women could be made useful
always nobody was
a they thought all to Dr. ly this i
and Chocolate
road to owe
recovery f.;
1 and at times are attended with ,
usework; but like a host of are well behaved 1lacctlin the boat and they were rummaging King's New Discovery. It Barely to her dearest ; (

s,1 refuse to do it under pres- by a tftaid. about the whole afternoon At saved my life." This great cure Is what she Cream at Solo- 1 ,, ;

' :Aleuts about G o'clock Moran ordered all of guaranteed for all throat and lung break it off '8. ij ,

., i treated better In the factory in Old Mghtgown., the old crew of the brig into the cabin. diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 love but I'm yea want a magnificent watch t',
u and One economical woman has found realized that South Palafox street. Price 60s and
y. besides, I am no lon- Every man of us at once can so that
Y .eel to entertain In the kitchen out that the bodies of old nightgowns, the climax was at hand, and, acting In ajl.. Trial bottle free. back out of little money? If so, call on : .J

" I'! ',' ive after the are worn out, make the jeweler. He will ac. ,1
1 yokes
; my friends at the back door concert, we made a sudden and furious "I don't
s; I the crib Hot Rolls at 5 p> m ,100: 1 : -
for baby's yon.
. caa five at home with my own good pillowslips attack. We got possession of two of der. If I i. "

. or may be converted Into children's the muskets and were making a good doz., at Solomon's.If by Jove, I'd ,

t K l '?e is no sign in these replies of anon petticoats for dally wear. As all the fight of it, though bound to be beaten lathe want your office story. Why You can get your house 'JJJ
the that work can be done on the machine the Brazilian gunboat you ;
part of servants end, when a than hers?
t'. conversions be managed. furnished go to Marston $ complete with o :? -: H
regarded as members of the may speedily which was on her way up the river with that

e'r. They desire as little to intrudec.rcles sheered alongside of us and had grap- Qty na's. They have an elegant "That's furniture at Mar !iJ 1 i

1' as they; wish for intru- Hot Frenoh Waffles with pled on before some of us saw her. line of roll top desks "What $ Quina's on easy pay- ;
': '' their! own. But they complain Florida Cane Syrup at Her presence put an end to the fight ol "I am that \ fi '
's .: tLuu_'the fact.o.t social. distlm- Solomon's. course. 'Ye pan iwp. .men jvotjpded, and office chairs- I -- weekly or monthly 1'

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t, MAGIC SOAP-BUBBLES.-- YOUR SENSE OF DUTY Letters from WIth the big colored bordered handkerchiefs

found In the men's departments -

Tf.m Mmy Make Them Houad, Cylindrical very useful and natty sweepingcaps
CULTIVATE IT TO THE EXTREME made. Fold one side sew
-.. Cube Shaped. WomenCured may be

Blowing oap bubbles, as it la ordinarily UMIT OF YOUR ABILITY. the edges together and take up a plait

done, Is a very pretty amusement folding the point down. This Is for
the of Kodol received
{ but it becomes more than pretty It I. the Xoble.t MoM Manly a.* at use are dally. the top of the hood. At each side lay
\ Their troubles nearly all begin with indige
<' if you go about it in a semisclentific the Same Time Mo.t Wmanlr ol i lion or other stomach disorder. three or four broad plaits to fit It. to

.f 1If&7. Qualities-The Real Basic of Edn-I If the food you eat falls to give strength tie bead and at the back plait It again.A .

Tbe first thing to: do Is: to prepare ration and !la_... to your body. it is because the Juices secreted bow at the top only catches the dust
for want the bub- by the stomach and I II for Infants and Children.
good material, you Teachers and parents are asked to digestive organsare and Is unnecessary. I
last inadequate to transform nutrient ___ __ II
ties to be enough to a properties
consider the statement that a sense ot I Castoria Is a hannloss substitute for Castor Oil, Tare
of the food into blood. That ia Builder.
do the A Theme
good while so that you may duty is the foundation. real education The is of the goric, .DrOl and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant it
indigestion. system deprived hollows n professional
out many
with them which will presently To plump
things and the basis of success. Whatever amount of nourishment required to keep up contains neither Opium jMorphino nor other Narcotic
be described. Make a strong solutionof has been achieved of real importance the strength, and the result is that one or beauty uses this tissue builder ul tance. Jt destroys Wonus and allays Feerislllles.

white castile soap in tepid water in the wcrld has been based upon more of the delicate organs gradually grows with good results. It Is made by mixing It cures Diarrliwa aad "Wind Colic. It relieves Tot-th

and then run the water through a filter a sense of duty. Religion itself J3 weak, and then weaker, until finally it Is a cup of sweet almond oil and a in? Troubles and cures ..Coustlpation. it ro-rulatcs tIlt

80 as to pet clear of the undissolred founded duty and its maIn teachings diseased., Here a great mistake is made. cup of rosewater. To this are added fire Stoiuach and Bowels, giving healthy anti natural sleep.The .

particles of soap. To the liquid thus deal upon with questions of duty-the That of treating the diseased organ. The drops of attar of rose. If too expensive, Children's Panacea-The 3Iother's Friend.

strained off add glycerin in the best doctors in the land make this very oil of geranium could be substituted
of two parts to three parts proportion of the duty of men and 'women toward each .i mistake.. Why should they ? It is so easy then add half an ounce of tincture of The Kind You Have Always BoughfBears
other and toward their Creator.
to see that the trouble is not there. benzoin.
oap water. Shake the mixture: well Children's minds will be strengthened > the Signature of

and set it aside for a little while, when their work made easier and their Papier Mache Baiini. ,

a film will form on the surface. Skim ambition stimulated if they can be Kodol Convenient things for the sickroom

off tie film and flour the liquid into an made to feel toward duty that it Is handle
and to
articles light
other vessel. It will retain its qualities not repulsive but that it offers an opportunity -
desirable the
are papier
for an indefinite time.. for achievement, an oppor-
CuresThis do not break
A large bowled clay pipe will do for tunity for every Individual to prove his basins and pitchers. They .
easily, even with an ordinary falL They
blowing the bubbles. You will need a
worth and that be deserves to succeed.
rest for the bubbles and to get this If duty can be strongly developed in famous remedy puts the stomach and I come in pretty shades of pink and blue In Use For Over 30 Years.

bend of smooth\ Iron digestive organs In a healthy condition so and are often used in the .. .<< eono.
yon must a piece the mind of a young child the effect 1 that rich red blood Is sent coursing through ?.r cr.&u eup.a u .u..n "<<'1" w]

trlre into a erfect circle and give it will remain through; life and make that ;i the veins and arteries of every muscle. tissue .I -I .
three wire legs to stand on. Moisten child's! existence usefuL and fiber throughout every organ of the entire 'I PLutti.Plants

the wire with glycerin and blow a bi? Parents should Impress, upon their body.and by Nature's law of health.full ;, breathe just as much as human

bubble with the pipe letting it sink children-and young people should Impress strength and vigor is soon restored: to each. beings: do. See to It. then that the llf. B. WHIG'HT>> cow
Kodol and all rooms are aired every day for their ,
gently until it re-iN on tI jfwiiv ring. upon themselves-tie fact that a cures Indigestion, dyspepsia
stomach disorders.I benefit if not for your own. Do not al
It will: at once allure to the wire and sense of'uty is the noblest!, most man- !
have taken Kodol for nearly two months : lo:1 direct draft which might hurt \ Jt.\i-\ MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS l.v
leave the ltIP '. Ktvp: it sheltered from
( ly and at the same time most womanly _
after each meal and It Is the only remedythat them but change the air in
drafts of O1F. ai.d it will last a long of qualities. gave relief from the terrible pains I i r' LUMBER LATHS
time. Tie wire ricg should be about The average small boy thinks that I endured. After a time I would take it but ,

three Indis In diameter. there Is something; "-oft" about a dutiful !- once a day. and now. while I keep a bottle

:Now: if you have ready another wire boy. He should I* taugU that handy I seldom! need it, as it has cured me. CONSTIPATION. 8AfEDCTPBE8SSfiIHGLESiliInJtoPENPACOI.A. [ ) [(

ring of the same diameter with a wire l what made Washington a fighter;; and I MRS. J.W. COOLBAUGH Milo Center N. Y. i Every civilized person uses soap -

Item attached by which you can handle Lincoln great among his fellows was Kodol Digests What You Eat. and water to wa-h ell the accumulation FLA.

nothing ele than a sense of duty to Bottles on!,. $1.03 Size: ho'.ding! 2S times the trial of dirt and filth from their body, .- .
their country. size which seUs fr S3 cents. but how many sufferers of constipation -

What mt.kcs a fireman brave Is a Prepared by E. C. D;WITT& CO., CHICAGO think about the accumulation COAL AND weOD.
; of filth within their body whUrh is
I sense of duty. A sense of duty Is at
John HheppardHarris' Pharmacy I a hundred times more detrimental I
the foundation of cCort: made to
II Sidney Kann. : to good health than tbe.dirt on the WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
provide for children to meet the obligations
of food
out lde. The waste matter
of life LOIll- tly. I passes into the bowels which are I THIS WINTER THAN EVER fEFCRES
The Gorman philosopher ricbtc, as I ra::: cc provrs tc; pO'o -cr' or a sense the natural sewers of the human

admirable a moral character as the ]I of duty. In small thlups: duty guided I system. If here this waste is allowed END US YOUR ORDERS NCW

world has known exemplifies as perfectly him. ami it guided him at the <'IHI \. to accumulate the warmth of

as any the beauty of a life inspired He was jut jia-t the halt century of i, the body soon ee's up fermentation Thompson Olsen d Co

by a sense of duty and it is a I his age and had been gloriously successful aId decomposition gasses are form ,
ed which carried into the blood
life which may be well studied by lie Lad been called to the are
and circulated through the whole Manresa Street Telethons
those': engaged In shaping the character -I chair of philosophy at Berlin, and no system, and diseise is the inevitable ,_- 147.. _
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of the young. teacher of truth had ever been more result.

, The very keynote of his philosophical ; loved or mere admire On a certain The best remedy for constipation ESTABL2SHED l86.McKENZIEOERTING.

system was based on duty. "['lIsere day he was to I lecture, and he had cho is HEPATICURA, because! It move! ----

Welt 1st das vcrsinnlichte Material un- "Duty" for his subject. Ills coun the bowels easily and naturally & CO.

I Iij' serer 1'ilictt" said he. ISl'n was at war and threatened with without irritation, griping or sick. ,

This idea-that our world is but the I \ ion and absolute annihilation of enln It gives: strength and tone o DZALIU in- 0
HOW THE I1UBBLES WILL LOOK. to the liver and eventually cures.
material incarnation of our duty-he ; her liberties.Ficbte .

I It you" can make an experiment that taught, :and what is more, he l'I"Jetieet11' I I who had talked much of the Sold by -all-druggists Ship Chandlery and General Uardware

: will nttonlu you, perhaps. Moisten what he preached.One little duties .of life: talked on this day ,
. this ring nUo with glycerin I and let it I E. W. PEAKE
.1 I preacher who practices his of man's duty to his country. The OOS AND OOS 8. PALAKOX 8THKKT.
: come gently In contact with the upplrI preachings thoroughly is worth manyof I sound of drums calling for conscripts I Electrical contractor and builder _
,; surface of the bubble. Then lift the the other kind no matter how eloquent frequently Interrupted his lecture. lIe u uu-A.GENOV
will do electrical work in flrst-
. ring slowly and the bubble will lengthen
the others. And Fichte told the listening man that each
practiced ;
class and reasonable '
style at rates. GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL:! A: SON'S PUMPri.itmts .
outward into the form of
a cylinder. his beliefs.! When he was iRir ;! man's duty is to lend his Individual I He can be found at 30 South Palafox i

i Lower the ring again and the bubble and a young tutor, he set a good example 'I strength and life to his country In street. Phone 203. tirdiji huts, Oils liotlctl lestrioiBts, Cktrlt, liclirt, Iti'ui

ii( will r'lmlIt,; round sl.ape. to t\ery tl dll'r.s a tutor he i iniutlc time of dinner. It was a marvelous ': i OOMPABHKS. LOGS .:W.

; To vary your "':\Ill'rllll'lItot mate ant his living, but he Knew that his address and it ('ntlttll'Il.. Gunther's Candies at
Try : C. McKenzie Oertinjf Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Arso
cmtliue cuof wir> with a handle by duty to the ihild intrusted to 1Im:1S Fur at the eluse he said to his greater 1 elation.

p-ti which it may be lifted.: In this case tile the thing. lie knew al
a the wire: a little- 1'(. that it may not I.., that every child is really formed In ]; ooiir.M of lectures will be suspended j

too smooth. I'lung this wire cube completely character and murals by the Influence until; the end of the campaign.Ve; CARPENTRY AND THE GARDEN SECTION
in the soap water and \hen rOll of its parents.Fichte : shall resume thorn In a trl,{' country or

:I draw it out you will see in tJ.(' watervt kept a Journal devoted to the j die In the attempt to recover her free- ELECTRICAL WORK i i, o- Of*-oFensacola

: J it a square Mutt of water very attitude of employers toward their | doni." !

thin. each side of w hk-h is united to the child-hia pupil, livery week he told 1 I Pichte left his lecture platform to enlist Ring: up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660. Florida

corresponding edge; of the cube by a them the mistakes! they had made and (, as n sii-jpk soldier and needless if von hive any carpenter or electrical _

't liquid lilni.Now held them accountable fur spoiling the to say. his students followed his example work you want well done. I Electric
Hill Terminus.
: to make a Ix-autiful transformation : child! through tlattcry. too much kind-1! in crowds. That was nt the beginning ] Near East Railway

plunge only the lower face elt the ness ill\ judged: sevirlty or in what 1! of the campaign: of tSt:,. but '

cube Imo the liquid and the water will evt'r way. i-tr.iiige; to say, the parents ,I the example is g.>>eDoti.'h to last un- Clel\nlnA'ladles skirts and waist' | Beautiful Lots for Sale.

11 form a cubic bubble in the middle of actmlly: put up with this for two : til now and fur many hundred years '* one of o"r specialties. star Lann

the cube. The whole figure will be whole: years so great was their adtuirutiot I tn ciime. A year later: aged fifty-two 40x137% feet at from :$76 to $200 each, according -
made up of six pyramids of ) for the young tutor's moral ho dit'elie\ c-iudit the feter while : "1
location and surroundings.
perfect: f..rm and will glNteu with all character. I caring for th". t' atllicted. among ethers iry.CASTOR ; to

!j' the huts i.f the raii!",\\'. Then with alI Duty well ingrained in the soul will for his own \\ife. who had gone wit I View
Neighborhood Beautiful
j Blip of blotting paper break away onuot ktcp a man on the right path in easy the army us nurse. i, Exceptionally ,

' I the surfaces of the ruble! bubble! and times aiiKi, in hard times. Tichte Is Make duty a stron? part of your For Infants and Children.: i High, Dry Fertile Lands.

the original square will reappear. quoted( here because no. nian .Lt>tter child's or your pupil's moral education. .
Die Kind You Hate
:I; These i-jquTlineuts: may be varied In '--- A 5tse nt duty impels men to Always Bought The grandest opportunity for investment ever

, many waj s.-Xew York Tress.A The Ea..y Till. strusruK' on and do their best even ii. ; t.A71'
Basra offered in Pensacola.
:. the face of failure! of Im- / I
DeWitt'a : a sense duty I
Little Early Risers do 1.,I I
'1 11r rr Little Trick.Make not gripe nor weaken the pls! tie -ttu-ces-ful' man to make IH,1 i1&J'MW8 of
,l' system. Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.
II; two bread pills and s.iy to the They cure biliousness, jiULcliee. nilof his -'uress The hidtoii" ('IDIt" )- i

i fpfftatnn that you are going to throw constipation: and inactive livers, by I sellih) !lives of the self indulgent;

,!I one of them away and put the other in arousing" the secretions, moving the class are based upon utter lack: of th- j If you want a nice present :o give

: 1 your left Land which you will:! tlose. bowels gently, yet eilcctually and I sense of dill y. I In the education of a- j; to a friend go anti look through the iAV.Clubbs
i Then Uie thrown away pill will come giving such tone and strength' to the ;[ child: moral! teachings should come '
elegant line of suitable articles atil.
I Into tli" left hand while the hitter Is glands of, the stomach liver and first: In a .-IrM's: nwutal.t'Iuptmnt: jj j find ; Corner Garden and Bru Streets.
If bowels that the cause of the troubleis i j : I. Stephens, you surely can ,
j! I closed. lIl'fl'is the way to tie the trick: removed entirely. Thee famous I j moral qualifies sliaul.l tic fir>.t eoni.l- something to please you. If you I --- -

T It: Hold one of the pills between the I little pills: exert a decided tonic effect -:, tTed. ly i-sample.' precept argument; I want anything the Diamond line ".0. BRENT, WM.: H KNOWLEH. W, K, HYER, JK., J, B, KKKHEi ,

thumb and tiNt finger of your right; upon the organs involved, and 1 and throuzh history Impress! upon jour I be sure to see him before you buy. i, Preild@nt. Vtce-Pretd C-tblsr. Alit l'" h'.tr:

j Laud for every one to see. Then make if their use is continued for a few I children! the fact that without a 1'1 r.s" --- -- -- -

J a motion as if throwing; it away but day them will be no return of the ;1 of duty they are unworthy of the npj I, Jfudg'm's, tlie Sfsfr 5c.

., by a deft unseen motion of jour thumb trouble. Hargis Pharmacy, John j iwrtunities that life offers to men In '" ,-- First National Bank

-: you luuit slip it between the tirvt and Mieppard, Sidney Kahn. |I this world.-New York Journal ';, CA.gTOn .A.

"' tecuiid lingers. \\herv can keep It'J !!
I I Hvery man should profit l>y his own Bears this itt Kr: Yo'i hut AW3/S: B'ur.! !
concealed. Now take up the second pill NOTICE.I I lii-takes. hut mo"t "t us would preftr'i ':: A'en-tun.
and pl-x-e it in your left band, skillfully #fit.I OP PENSACCLA. FLA.I3I3El.DOT03R.JBi .
have been authorized to takt i :o profit by the niNtakt-s of othcrs.I .- i I 't .bU'i
i placii.g; the other: pill!! tla-re nt the 1 "
subscriptions for Wm. Jennings Philadelphia!! 'I cord.I .
'J Fame tiuu. by letting; It slip!! from between Bryan'a "The Commoner. = -= -- I : :
;, your 'l fingers. Close your left The price U fl.OO per year in ad i NOTICE I WM. H. KNOWLES: W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT-. K. HYKR Ji>
hand qui.-kly and then after a few I Iwonls vance. Those debiring the.paH'1 : ae'iU'1I'itd, hazel SaI' I D. G. BRENT
open your hand an.l Mmw both I' can have it sent to them by sending j The for blind Is hj-ichv Bivn thRttho und.lKn'-d will./
' only positive cure ]I Ion M-rrh mtli. H.CS. IIply to tIle '.o\rnor
pills In it. It will require only a little 'I Sl.OOto the undersigned. bleeding and itching and of the Mate of HonU I'r iileut in-
1': practice to make jour perforummx- H. :'or. RICHE. 1 protrud curpor Uni< them Mild their H"ocl trs In Forsi r ail D mutl b Atn Ml A nl !! li
this trick! .o 11''I't'IIti'nthat no one can I;I -- Care -Daily: News.! in, piles, cuts, burn<, bru i"t*, eczema nrconlince; With tlie rollowlng prop seaclmrlrr !n ;
and all abrasions the fkiu.DeWitt's .
; 1 ml' nKIII"of thf corporntlcm stiaif vP "
t y'U o AS''On: _. U the oi.lvr Witch H..z..l5Hlve ..terljii>i;.-llier I..nil company audits

: \ ,. l 'pj He AS3y jl"'':'!l .. thu \1- nude from tne pure, I placH ot bii'.inf.-i. Kf n'ncolH. Honda. Bills of Exchange on Great Britain Irel&i
I'or mi of I'rtiten Hnln. | -a t. 1. Th-nenrnil nil'tire of th.- bu!mf"i to crWe araw oar own : ,

;,-. Why water fhonld soiuctimes fall as 'I h"",,,,, : iniduluratta are countHCeitn.witch huz*Witt'sl-all Y'nchHazel others 'I he 11"10u'cJrmmnll iran-acted. n DUJIHE.. improving.tfiiinv aDd reining dtveloom Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium! Q8&la, K j

lIOn snow crj-taN nn.\ at others la [I Kalve is i made to cure-counterfeits -' <: land. Opl'D'lId land and. way. rtweden, Denmark and other European coactriea.
: hard of hail is of city and town 101. abereiosrersutuatsil.a. -
lumps icy a question
are made to ell. Hargis
amount (ifraoiial tock snail be
I \ Interest. Tl.e (inference I is ('utir'I.'u.. .' Pharmacy, John Sheppardh'idney: thirty ttouiBuii I r uI.Mu'iJl dollars divided fW'Vesseis Disbursed upon the Most FaTorcble Terns" antj the!!
. (It time. Snow crystals are formedvery BEST FOR THEBOWELS Ivihn.JENKUAL. tnt>> three!.' hundred \1! hare.of ont> bun I Obligations Taken Payable at Pert of estiraiior. Ten or Fifteen D&ifter
dred ioliHr. 1..IUJI'.cb. Tbt' "lcl caPlt,1Unck .. Vessel Arrives there.IVSafety .
t: 1 slowly the frozen atoms of water thttll be payable in cash or real es

,tiI fcToupinc ilu-ujM-lu's with mathematical I ,. tate.t. The said corporation ball E'xbt (ortwentyfive Deposit Boxes for Rent In Connection
f tt prevision around different centers. FKKNC1I: St'HI'.Dt! ; : years from the dace of the
with which we have a Prl ra partment for the Tin
Hail which generally f.ills In warmer graining/: of letters patent to It.
[I weather, Is rain frozen suddenly by a ba If .von.*.i.;\n.n.t evertlav a , re tit tiraltkv nr ..:ii movement 10 Kvrpuur of th Following i I.. the, !!schedule tlie ,. 6. Tbeotflcersby which the bu'iinesof I of R. "hn'..
r ow.lso\n..nlI",. rlU Vurrf." 11. .hn;oeo' vio the corporation shall be conducted.ball be
1 sharp drop of temperature In the upper It'nq'h..r.rl' III'>i ".i1 datiirrruiJA. 1 he smooth government steamer General Frt ncb a Fre-iaent and 'Ireasurer, a Vice-l'resi-
" b-i. -aj .iz air. Wind nearly always accompaniesLail liirrc- DRUKINC'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS.

, while the larger and more perfecttuowlIakes CANDY Benefit of the merchants' who ship lilrs at Us regular meeting .on the nntI"nd.y ..
tn December of each A board
' are always formed In calm CATHARTICEAT jheir goods to the \arious year. TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
army of four iJirector hall be elected by the W. C. ROWE M. D.oml' .
air. ;posts: 'iHtorkboldersat theIr tegular meeting on

I i I Iil Leaves t''Dl8ocola_______.. _. TCO a. m.Leavei ,1 the UrsC Monday in Decenberofeacti year. THAT COLD. ': 11 X 8. l'alafoz.Hoorfrom9t'a9:5is.m.acd .
Until the first election. R. Peters snail
Joloy KICK. Harranoa_.__. ._____ 7;1if'a. m. I
Leavei Picttns ._.._____ Cle&.m.Leav I' be Pre-ldent sad Treasurer: A. L. Langel- > TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. : I w t p. a
! Little Maliel was sent to a nearby _._ her shall be \ ICI'.t'rt'ltld..ntlInd A. L. Lan-
I i Harrancai S.15a.m. ,
grocery store to get some eggs. Leaves fenfacola_._...___ _10:15 a. m. 1 seer gelIl.r, and thall Ih..aor-ad tie Secietsry cllioeri and General and isnica Man-A. Cures Consumption Coughs, ( and after o'clock

i Awhile after she came back with the Arrive Barranca 11:10 a. m. and then Met all shall be and constitute the Uoard of Colds Bronchitis Asthma I .
raket a trip to Fort McKee and then r- I : i ii phono or;
I change but w ith no t'1:;;__. Upon l -l'isquestioned. ; urns to Barranca lurertors.
II sVsiid Leaves Unrraocas.___ __ 1:la p. in. 6. Tbe corporation ball not at.any time ;i PneumoniaHay Fc\'erPlcu.
I : : Leaves Hickt-r.s. ..._.. _.. 1. _,.. 1.25 p. m. Incur any iLdrbtedneti baI"l'r.i .
**I don't want to hear any ing: about 'EM LIKE CANDY leaves feniacola ..... ____ __.___ t::>i p. m. '1 The Lame and residences Richard the. tub1 risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, : JOHN S. BEARD,
.' rslataM lntnt. Tit< Cood. Da C.ood5.v.r scribt-rs are a< fellows: s j. :
...... .____ nck-ci :5:15
dcm fell and all de .. p. m. .
h.'y reolt'Kr hundrnl and
eggs. juice ran $ cLtn. te.i.n. e .n| W S. nd 5* Vianlsiee Mich. one fifty i Sore Throat and
out." "'.i- Write..... lor (rr. ..'nl1. .aj booklet f'D Arrives itarrancitt 5SO p. m. and iaaI&ei.rtp lltt .b'.....; Augusta L. Ijineelh, of 1'"la. Croup ATTORN'EY-AT-LAV.
Lii.eflgUtu 49 Iroir to McHfe and rt-taro.
: ,Klondti.oae hundred sod f'Hly-eiRbt
linEup *". tnirtcn w utt' tons. On WednesdaysandSaturdsy- the (O"llbar.) .,;James A. McCa'l.of lt"Fuuiaksprings. Whoopbcj Cou h. Officer-:**) Thiesen Uaildin

KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN JoatwiM leave B-irrancas!! via Pick- Klorira.tmo .i> shares.In : NO CURE. NO PAY.
Try the Ngw Want Column.iCc4in0neDayCnp ins for D4acola at 6:30 p. m. itue-s! whereof the above nentioned Prica50e.-ndtl. TRilL BOTTLES FREE Office Hours;-S:30' a. n;. to 1 p. n..
.ub.cnb hare hereunto t'gned tbelrRICHAROO.
I The General French is for army D.nUt. } 2op.m.to6:3Opm.

f axatiye Uromo t I jurpoes only and any outsider must i PEfKP.S.AUiil'HlE I I will repair your watches and ', Practice, In all state and federal co'AhIbuelnels --
JUF Quinine .A on lave a from the l_ L-\\t.ELLIElt, 1 *ntruit.d to me will mpromtt ,' a
J BMMBM BB fJLd every j jbox25c I Ia pas quartermaster A.MLS A. MCCALU jewelry in f1r t-claS8 style. J. I
.Offtf in 2 Day (!). : I I o take passage 01 ber. I ieb9aw'tV I Stephens. I I| aod diligent attentloo.1


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Trouble FOR THE CHILDREN -_ _ _- _ ___ _ ___ ...'! 'II
Thousands Hare Kidney A SINGULAR' ;.:' \ r .!"t;

and Don't Know it. ---- __ 44
The Xazie Handkereklet. ''''''
now To Find Out. COURTSHIP .... ..I. :"
A surprising trick Is one'performed

Fill a torJe! or common glass with your with a handkerchief and a candle. The > :
stand twenty-four hours a
,aer: and let the handkerchief
sediment or set- performer taking [OriginaL]
tling indicates an asks if It will burn and the o\rner answers I stood at the telegraph window with
: tv healthy condiwJf" naturally enough; that there Is my message. At a table inside a girl \ Grocery Philosophy 5

tioii of the kid I DO doubt that it will. "Suppose we with chestnut hair and brown eyes sat C J < S S il

\I: \ L1It i ( J neys: if it states try?" queries the performer and taking working a key. Seeing we, she came ., .. "}\
linen it is pI
) ---J-I: your the handkerchief: by two of Its corners 1
of to the window punched each worJ of I 1
(/ \ R"7".,. evidence kidney he draws it three or four times "A grocery store is a good place I tell yon that was
I ;! trouble; too my message with' a pencil and said in
obliquely across the flame of a lighted
&I: r- frequent it desire to I I candle. The handkerchief is not Injured a businesslike tone: to study hitman nature a great idea- "
pass or pain in
-.---- the back is also I I in the slightest; There is really "Twenty-nine cents." soda cracker S
making a ,
....::-:'-'? ;rocf that the kidneys and tladLtf I no mystery: about this experiment although "I figure it 28 cents." "A good many people .

,I to those who have never triedit "One cent for a stamp." who come in here as good as it could be t 1
What to Do. It >ears surprising, and the
npi very Now I knew perfectly well that at
'7:,,. .i: cr.frt that the Kilmer's knowledge sod spectators are convinced that you have that time, a year after the close of the ) seem' to buy things just because and putting it ( t .. ; : i'.t

t..j':;:;'.,'.,.:- -:;.; key remedy fulfills Swamp-every sulistitutcd handkerchief for of the borrowed own which\article has a Spanish war nil telegrams must boar they've been in the habit of #" in a sealed package :,' '\ "f

".. -. r-j-g rheumatism pain In the your a government stamp, but I wanted an f f.
't.',''j, .'- : :ver.: bladder and: every part been prepared to resist lire by some excuse to hear the musical! voice and !. "Some of them seem forget to keep out the dust ': '' )

: '. It corrects Inabilityscalding chemical process. The performer has ,,
cf; .' ir/t-isage. look at the pretty face and bro'n. I .
t: '. ; i:" -'J' pain in passingI only to take l"tnot to allow the handkerchief eyes of the telegraph girl BO I continued that the world is growingand store smells :. ;
: -j tff! :-s following use of liquor to rest motionless while In J"'
w I: .;. ':,:
1..C--: .: J tt -g compelled to go often In the act of drawing the handkerchIef "What's the stamp" for? being made better for them .. -1 j'

i; : ,.-ay, as-l to get up many times through the flame Is so momentary "Government.' I broken and wasted I tf1every }
?'; r .t t. The mild and the extra- "I>oa't you think that's an imposition day., < ) I}
t that the cluth Is barflywarmed
'r; <7 .' t cf Swamp-Root Is soon I on the part of the government?" besides keeping them fresh.

.' 'ar.ds: the highest for its won- In Its passage. She had been waiting: with the end t
r.."".. : .' f the most distressing cases. I of In.r pencil between her teeth, but Take soda crackers And think of the price-. jIS

ji".J' : r.ecir.e you should have thet i Water Tricks. nofhe left the wimlow and to
goin;: for instance ,
in SOc. and$1. sizes. five cents" -.
i / iruegists i Take n glass and fill It11) to the the tdUo. resumed her clU-kety click
\ ./five a sample bottle_cf this it of They use to come loose' : '
brim and place near a pile 111u'e i
., (Click (eliek as imperturbably as If abe '
; ..cverya Then how "It s a wonder to me I
other see
: 't"4t tell ...' or money. !;aluut K'ii interrupted."litre's altogether : S i tt
iI ,
; l,,> thrown into the a'
mall) pennies can the I said. Landing:
':hsent money people dOll I life on i to
: ."fl" t" mail. ?Ias without the water overllowii: ; out a live dollar bill tIunh: I hall the ( ) and we always sold em

-. K ner & nnrae cf Swamp-Root As the jenu'cs: are "art-full rn1 slowly :.ait 1II1I.t. I Li'jied ShCoiit1: not in paper bags. Uneeda Biscuit- IIi. 'f

:. .-: n. 11.Y. When writing men.n I Implied la the puifce of the I'niu'.il I,,> al I.\-\ to (cluing the bill: and I would S

.; .'..._.-j;.:.J gERcrsus offer in this r Fer. I will Mfin\ t,) Itecome Inure and ucre iitve an <>pH|
I I COlIVCX, and one is Min-ris to what hut rin pullid out a drawer, cuiiiited sold in airtight j5ackages"yet it's fact that a few 1. i. .'

an extent this increases before it o\tr- $ I.G1 and ntuii.rd to ill r table with-
II i '; n' ikf any inltak! but r.1{ I
llovrs. lout looking at me. still buy loose '
Unot.i .
o : tie: name Swamp The with
j jl') i\ .,..- r's Ssvamp Hoot, andtte''1 Take? half a p'.ass (if water and pour The next day I found it necessary to change came crac'ers'J'J 'i, >

: : -- iliLgnainton. K. Y., on I It Into a !auftr. Crumple a piece of end another tl'lruu-that is, 1 madeit Uneeda Biscuit in the IJlerDJe of my 4C

t. .. ;j .-.tie. ('1ter In such a way that it will float nw,":.ary-and, handing; it in at the? Y it's 'the ,
I UIKJII the water and be not larger; than i vmdow, I again saw the words C } seal Package with red and bag Iwbit'C C ) "

I will nicely ?o into a tumbler. Touch a miiched and 11l'the melodious white seal. and I guess he's right' ;1J

I match to It and when blazing nicely oice say: \
iuilniitcrinK: the llnnti.
the fiercer the lietUr place the tumblerover "rifty-one l'l'lttoI'kIII': : ." NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
", .' a reminiscent mood Senator
I II it mouth downward, and the watir "I make it :;0 cents. What's the extra /
: ..t to chatting:: about New Engnatality. ff
? .I in the? saucer will at once be drawn cent fufT"Stamp. rc.
: "It l is better now tliaal .: )

". \.,.- to It'." he said "but it will I up into the tuujMtT and there remain ." "" c;: o-.. \\ oJ .

-. ,j improvement here and there. I :i fur some time. The heat forces the "What !'tampf' ---- ---- -- .

'. : i-, how I dined not long ago air out. producing: vacuum, which : "Go\eminent." 1 1'
draws the water to replace the exhausted :- under
up "Are we living an autocracy .
". 'h a Connecticut farmer a boyhood 4 i
'-. ml of mine. For dinner there was air. ')r are we a free people?" vase;but"of course faded. I took" You want a good piano tuner to

,-',"y. It was an excellent bird and I She started for her table, but I threw age.'My eour'l stay in Pensacola, still you hold CHURCH NOTICES.
A Considerate Xrphew. down 01 cents and she returned nnd I back Send it in. I have _
.of It heartily. I !':llt. 'John. this flowers please. am your order.
Uncle Jim bad'I.'n little brothersome \
my invariable
'Sa1th her
irkey will make a fine hash tomor- took the me have troubled you with them so long: ? had 20 years' experience and have
money to buy Christmas presents Imperturi-ability. I had a look of ad TilE NEWS would request that the p _
It wlll.fciho farmermvered. She handed them out with the same
w. 'Yes <;*-orge, before worked in several piano factories.
that leave (In"w. with ,and about three days mll".1tilm"l.all)' for her in case her eyes undemonstrative face and the words: clergy or those having in charge the ;
'provided you Orders left at Johnson's book store '
Christmas brother cornered Uncle Jim themoney
mine but he gathered up !
.' mtt "Ten (cents jileaM publication of church service notices ,
and with a great deal of mystery began went to her table, and again will be attended to. '
: "Ten cents? What for? for Hunday will send them to this
-- --- I to peu some !small packages whIch came the clickety click.I "Storage." CHAS.V.. PRESSLEY. t ,
office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning -
'he had In his I1rt'!>s. Due he openedwas with sister to !'entllll'r -
arranged my handedin
Till': BK9T UYX \T1VE I threw down It) cents and
for Aunt Carrie, another was for she to in order to insure their Insertion :
to ? was
peculiar messug which she took
anotiiir dozen ,
14 not too for if I ; roses J. N.
good you your ANDREWS ,
wl'l reelusrirish., i THE nEST LAX- mamma another for papa' and s-o on pay no nttentinn. Then I went to thetelegraph in her' usual businesslike manner. Her in the proper position in the a ;

for about a dozen parcels. The hii *.* office nnd handed: In the following. Seizing paper. I .
medicine -
\ F: is a that moves taw comliosure was upsetting me.
'.* easily and naturally, with- i i one remaining he hesitated OUT and (It would be useless for anyone a pt-ii, I wrote a telegram to my ..* Headquarters for .< -- -- t '1c

". TifUion griping or sickening : linally said: to ttll me that I should have 1-etn sifter: aTcX'l.X.A.. 5earsthe
.\ medicliie that strengthens "Uncle Jim. I've got something.: InS fur Impudence SEWING MACHINES. Knd 3JII S '
j given a good thrashing my I am Hilly In love with a girl! with : 'n ::
... .- ...s.. of the bowels and tones this package for rOUt but I wont show because I knew it at the time): chestnut hair and Lrown eyes who treats Spatue! !;; t -: : a Iof
." : ,1 point where they will ." a
It to you till Christmas.11 Chestnut hair and brown eyes. Will explain ma with supreme In !!'Cerencc.
t. work as nature intended, "
.\ rieht was the response. That w htn I see j ou. looked for at least a slight blush in .
-. .I tauce. I .
v -- --- .
W' z i' : HEPATICU-I nicht about 10 o'clock Uncle Jim was I watched the little telegraph girl the cheek: or a halting as the pencil 1:1 South PalnfoT Mrerf. 1 .""0 '
'. lu'iue .
L lying on the cuich< in the library readIng she counted the words but Tlu not '
. ,.t, alltheabveKOod I ; carefully as / jabbed: the wor s. re was : a

1 not having a bad ; when a H.nall white robed figure there was not the slightest; twitching bin; of either.

-. .-r nor sickening i came softly into the? room and,' leaning cf a single;:: muscle. When she had finished ,.Fift- I1t' cents." j

Yo' ., ''I ,1ru; gUts.V | over him, whispered in his ear: she looked at a quarter I had I pulled a half dollar rnd! a Cent HARPER J1'j

i I "Uin-Ie: Jim, If you thInk you von"ti laid down with the message; and said: from my pot-kit and threw them down I These tiny Capsules ire '! \

i sltvp for thinking about your present, "Twenty-sis cents please." I imminently. The girl took up) the sil- to Balsam of Copaiba.: 1 I

i you wake we ami I'll show it to -ou." rna extra cent?" ser coin, l looked at it critically, I Cvbeb "nj< Injections: i trJDY I It !
LODGE DIRECTORYNIGHTS I "Stamp.:: .. scratched it, threw it down to hear it I The, cure in 48 hours the ) WHISKY

Skillful Little Srrlmmera. ".\h! Thank you. lie're it I is." ring then said; sae i'.ets', -th.oJ' "oJ in.'n", ..

In Germany a close study is being For the next twenty-four hours I exported "Counterfeit." qI II P Ii' II I nqlr.raSTTn !

:} PYTHIAS. made of the manner In which various I i : that the girl's big brother if she "Counterfeit? That coin counterfeit?

animals swim and pictures have been had one, might! at any time appear anti Vou're ml: Pl"nue'lla 1..14i.:1" No. 3. K. of p.,
; made to show how the water rat give me the thrashing I merited but I "Not the coin-the telegram." .4 MEN AND WOMEN. ,)

menu every Monday evening swims, both when he Is at his ease and was prepared for that. being ready to Her face broke into as merry and ,- rax CM Bill ti f.>r unnatural
a: 7:::10 at fastis all, diftchargei.iDflaRimatmn..
I \ la .be Klount. WatauubalMlag. when an enemy u purging': him. While by marrying his sisttr in happy a sinilo us I ever saw on the I.Gwvt4 I I.I diy. irritations ur nlrerationfcf

third Door. I he is looking for prey and scents no stantly. However, Le did not appear, f..oe of a woman. I thrust my hand m.I...t.t.,_.... ma C o U. . brethren cordially Fainlrei, an4
: .. r' wtloomed! 1! danger this wily little animal goes and I wrote another message to my uudtr the bars where I had pushed so .. gsnt or poiMinuu .I- : i
J. A. LYlE.Hop.SLER CINCNL&Tl.O Sold by Dmnlalt, I
H. throiiuli: the water leisurely but the dummy: many ttlegrams; end managed to get it
C.C. .
r.L or Hnt In plain wrappr.l .f :
K.K.A: & moment ho s'ies or hears an enemy hti I am sad enJ lont-ly. Can't you fix It so on h'I',;. She did not withdraw it, and flprrm, prepaid fur
that I can call on this evening? sition cramped. I % II 00. IT 3 IKties I.75.
i thaiis his attitude and darts away. you although; the iM" was Circular lent en request I 'J"

1I.IIII.n I....':.** No. lt I Il breasting the water at a great rate. "Forty-seven cents." I felt a thrill running up my arm. .1 i

v'::1 l .' lilY "\'pnlnat .::*). all I Moreover it Is a singular fact that not 'Torty-sir for the message;:: ? and ont through my elbow, my shoulder and I

." .. r piiUfcn nnd Garden \ only! water rats but all other rats and for the ;government:: I suppose?" Into toy heart Physicians prescribe it .:

l.niaht-enrlialljr:J. -\LUEKTJoIlS"oS.: invited. I I mice which live near the water aro No answer. I put down a bill and JOlIXI.ITIX I'.AXCKOrT. T C C11 \lists & k for their most delicate ..

\ ,*,. AS. C.C. I]i splendid swimmers nud thanks to rm'hed my change. Then, handingher ;: Sjionue nulling.Sponges :. ; patients. S
their skill are frequently! able to escape a dozen laren1l'ric:1n; Ileautyroses 'I ; : i
could! leave them are gathered by means of along .
from their enemies. I asked if I OLD and PURE. :
1,1.1 'rub I..I SP, :No. JO. K. of P with tar for a few hours. pole with a hook attached to thelower INSURANCE .

,'. 111'.d"', ... ..nlnlll\t ':: '. "Certainly, at your own risk," she end with which the sponge fisherman For Kale byDannheisser ; ..... ':
i.' '' \Lt) AI.I.MON.C.C.! : : The Buy Wanted to Get Out. lies his
.\- .. \cl! "Tlu're's nothing to put them in." is M-ry expert. lIe upon :
.l.l.'f K.A8. A certain M'tishingtou; avenue merchant I! AND Bros. .' :
stomach In the stern of a boat looking t t.
oil! in
mind that. They'll
"Never si
is father t<> acry bright; boy bucket
through an ordinary REAL ESTATE .
i. o. o. F. not iuiti ti\v years old.! l'n'ral'k time anyway. Everything must wither. does ,
.l ." And I took lily deiarture as if in with a glass: bottom which away No. South Pilafox Street. .; ,
ii'i! the youim-ler) pas.-e: through; a with the glare from the water and allow I :
I't iiiaeola Inxlge No. 4 i siege! ; of the mumps. After his! recover; a great hurry. him to the bottom leisurely ''',
and s survey .
S II l'illlr"la"t'ntn at 7S: > at prudeiii-v compi'lletl his conlii.enifnt to Three days later 1 returned '
the boatman or sculls the
while rows
ii Went IntenJencia tteet.S called for my llowers. I saw them on Partial List of Desirable ,} I.t
', the house for a few days, but he grew anchor Dwellingsfor
: irrnji-ordmlly Invited. lioat. A schooner lies at nearby rw .
,. c'. J..ltASAi.: N. U. very rl':-t\l'. One day he saw his little the .telegrajih:\ taJ.lii a very .dainty from which half a dozen or more Rent in Various Partsof t },
: >- N, Stcreiary.AMERICAN.
Comi>iinlons playing; outside, and he hut of these small boats fish. It returns the City: 1'\,

GUILD. in a plea to join them lie wanted to to port when it is loaded or at night, 135.00-2' -Btory house, containing 1J room. NICKS IIr- '

pet some fresh air he said. HOSTETTER'S as the case may be. ail modern conveniences bath on .5 ;1
Then raise the window, dear" salt! -- upper and lower noon, corner lot ,.;
rriisamla Cliapter No. COT. nice yard and shrubbery stable. out-
his mother.) The window by the way, bouses, etc., >o. TM East Laltuastreet.
*,'.>' .F.R. LlXDESsTRCTH: was protected by a screen."Mother STOMACH BITTERSHas One :Minute Couzh Cure gives a .' 'Ijj;
'rrtary Governor. relief in one minute, because it kills J5OO-S.story boarding boose containing '!
said the little lad reproachfully 25 roomi. known as tie Ponce da ..
the microbe which tickles
1 "how mui'h good do you suppose become famous during the past tne mucous Leon hon), >o. llu East Intenden- RTAANT : i. '
: membrane, causing:: the cough, cia street. "
because it is family
strained air will do a boy like me-' fifty years a and at the same time clear the J: ). St. Louis Chronicle.A medicine that can always be reliedon phlegm draws out the inflammationand 7 rooms mo-U dekirable section of the ,j
No. 1305. for any derangement? the Stom city on a corner on the street car
Assembly heals and soothes the atfccted J
Ilne.No.t5iNorth:! Barcelona street.m.cOLarge :
ani Bowels. It -
ach. Liver Kidney
,.i -' Monday In each month. rhllo..i With Wheel parts. One Minute Cough Cum $ :3-itory dwelling. ID room. .
W. P. !.TUARP.1 h therefore especially adapted to strengthens the lungs wards off (ronilng evlIle Hqoare No. S'i East
"I want a philosophy! fur my birth suffer from IXDIGESTIOV, Government street.
\ l.NSKLL. M. W. thoe who ;
pneumonia and is a harmless and DAILY MENUS s' t tComprise
) Comfortable new 8-story modern
hrcretary. day." announced Harold, aged; five. DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, :NERVOUSNESS. never failing cure in all curable dwelling. rootns.verydeslratlesectlonotthe .f

--. --- -- --- "A philosophy'r'! exclaimed his mother. OR LIVER AND KIDNEY cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. city situated oo North
TKOUBI ES and w ho want to pet well One Minute Cough Cure is pleasantto streets.I2.2story Baylen.between Huong and Lit-foto all the'I! '. :! II

The Beer Yes, don't you know what a philosophy -I again. COMMENCE TAKISGTHE BITTERS take, harmless and good alike for : dwelling In !good order with Date Dishes the Markets If
TO-1.1 A Y. Good health is sure Old. II rooms. three doors from the belt of the World r. : rt ,
is? It's a thing with wheels, an'you I I young and Hargis Pharmacy, line.has !gas and water throughout
jump on an' put your feet on the follow. I John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.udgin'sfile No.' -'lu.North Barcelona street. Affod. : ;.- :
That j 120.cMl-1-sterydwelllngT rooms city water ,
Madej i petals and lust a-sly/in'-. bath gaa with large corner lot. No.4jJWest j
I 3 Best pr 5c. Wright street. ,, : 1Ladies'

I' The biggest! building stones everused $15.70-1-story dwelling.S rooms. newly papered .
are found not in Egypt but at and painted throughout onbelt Private : tI.I
Rtlmn rAM U line. No.:u, Eastliregory street. "
1aalboe in Syria. They measure CO' STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, 115.00: --story waterand bath. :.. '
II T rooms half Mock of ground with
feet and 20 feet square. Dining Parlor.-
beautiful shad trees, No. " -18VICTORIA- 11I I. N. ROGERS, Manager.will Cervantes street. .r'
112.50-1-story dwelling, Vo 415 East Gregory
l Blue Island Ill., Jan. 14, 1901. make regular trips between street,8 rooms newly papered and S t ,.
Pensacola, Point Washington and painted. .
Messrs. Bros-I have used Leave street IlI.OO-No.AUEait Belmont strett 5-room Regular Dinner l
Freeport Baylen cottage, city water newly painted, Daily. t
1* IE BY ACME BREWING CO. your Cream Balm in my family for wharf Thursday at & a. m. and arrive In perfect order. t ,
110.50-So.' lou North' Alc.nllltrhpt. a new I
at at 6 .
Freeport m same day. ,
ni1: IO-CKXT BOTTLE BEER nine years and it baa become my p. i house In good order with 5 rooms. :1 ,
Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. 110.00-Ko. flul East belmoni street, city Short Orders
IN TOWX.DiNNHEISSER. family doctor for colds in the bead. S\E. and arrive at Pensacola 6 p. m. same water a neat S room cottage newly Promptly j ji .

BROS. I use it freely on my children. It is day. Fare, round trip, $5; one way, 8.00-Ko.painted 811) East and LaUna renovated street throughout.t a neatly Filled. Night or Day. ," 4

a Godsend to children. $3. 12nlm papered t-room cottage In good condition -
.large water.A .
AI| .NTS: FOR THE CELEBRtTED Yours respectfully, large list of smaller dwellings a. well If It's Something Good to Eat ', ..
I I. J. KlMBALL. I SEND YOUR ORDERSto as a number of stores and offices t OK KENT. f on'll And It at _; I
Harper for THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,
Messrs. Ely Bros-I suffered Pearl & Dolive carpenter or

greatly with catarrh and tried different electrical work. Repair work a Leading Real Estate. Rental and Insurance Nick Apostle's! .
c. R. TAYLOR Agents, 1 South falafox Street.
remedies without effect. After ,
r.1, Houje-4018. Palafox street. Popular Restaurant -
using one bottle of your Cream
t. n. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.p Balm I found relief and I cannot Artistic Shoemaker, I

0, Box &: 1. Pensacola, Fla. praise too Miss highly CORA such WILLARD a remedy., FINE WORK A SPECIALTY. L aiative i M VMSHIMCurcsaCoMbOneDay Uromp ImnmeSUHBB ? J oo every MMMAM 1k

Phones 116-268. Albany, N. Y. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St. ,Cdp in 12 Days &. ITPVT** to. 25c

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lib Eat Indies were In 1890, f4,6o&-

979, and In 1902, H621,876. RULING WAS This is what Ayer's Hair Vigor does : Strongest in the World

Sv! We bare a right to expect however -

,that the trouble between Vene- Restores color to gray hair makes the hair
zaala and the European nations will MADE The Equitable
ImMrvd M the Port Offlee at Feniaool,
_a4-cI... matter. materially help the trade between dandruff.
Ala* grow, stops falling, cures Low*.m :
the United States and all the South
orncc-nu'i Bunding, mx SOuth
9 U lai street np-iuira. American countries. Life Assurance Society


TarmK Invariably in Advance. For s Bnrbarlnn lieCa.. Quite Clever

tM Tear by Mall.. _____15 00 INSTITUTE PETITIONS.. SIXTEEN HOURS .....ordIDI to Thlneie Idc.. -
0 A Monlbi _. :i WOM I W. A. Pickering: who has traveled Carrier Payable Monday 10 Preliminary Statement,
-- -- extensively In China tells a story Jan.l.l9tJ3.
In a ruling today lodge; Lucius J. which Illustrates the difference between -
UnHlting Rates Furnished on Application Outstanding Assurance
A "Farmers' Intitule will be held Reeves turned down the regular THE NEWS is informed by a mem- the ancient civilization of the ,t l.xJvaO) ) cn)

TELEPHONE NO. III.UN Milton east and the modem growth of Income ...... .... .... ... .
at on Tuesday, February 17, Pilots' Association by refusing; a ber of the party which will arrive more .((} ;)

at 10 a, m., and addresses will be In the frem Milwaukee next Saturday that the west. Describing n visit to a Chinese New Assurance..... .. 25XIXIAsse ( :
prayer original petition compelling gentleman lie says:

< I eBElJrOS100LA > made by Prof. M. Conner of the an immediate transfer of the geutleman will remain in the "What perplexed him most about t!...... .. .... .... .. 3ii -.(,((}

Florida Agricultural College of Lake city from 8:30 a. m. until midnight, Europeans, or 'barbarians' as he quite Assurance
property by the seceders to the regular Fund and
their train at 12 Innocently called us. was our amazing
leaving on special
Mr. Gadskill of the
City; ;president association, and over ruling the o'clock for New Orleans. energy. Why !should we trouble ourselves all other liabilities... 2S.hc

IE3 )6, 1903IT Florida State Fair Association! ; the demurrer of the association.An !so much and take so much pains Surplus .... ...... ... ... i .'.
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Messrs. McQaarry, Barrows and about anything; on earth? To the (I.V
order the above
incorporating Fur Over Sixty Vein.MBS. phlegmatic 'Chlnaman this The largest Increase ever made In
is not so much good roads asgood other noted men. Farmers are literary was any jct
sailors that are needed around has been issued and has been transmitted WlSSLOW'fl 8OOTHI58' SYKUP hal incomprehensible. Was anything: worth in the history of the Society.

Selma, Ala., just at present. urged to turn out and make the to Judge Avery, attorney for been used for over sixty yean by millions such fuss and bother? We Lad at great JAMES W. ALEXANDER, President.
mothers for their children while ,
Ladies risk and made
meeting a
success. are cordially difficulty an expeditioninto
the association. with perfect laecess. it soothei the child, JAMES H. HYDE
invited. the interior to see the nl>oririnaltrilies. 1, ,
ACCORDING to the reports! from This ruling does not dispose of the j j! lofteDI the gumsallays all paincure wind What was the good of going to ,
I oollc,and IB the beet remedy for l>larrhoea.It .
Tampa that city Is being terrorized Why Modify Milk merits of the representations made will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately. !'ft'1))::(<"; ?

' by firebugs and the new fire depart- for infant feeding in the Uncertainways by the association: and is regarded |[ NoldbyllragglstslaaveryDarl "I unfolded the mysteries of steams OOWLES BROS.

ment is being kepton the jump run- of the novice when you can i of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle a I'Will.It'r. I told! them of our machinery. ,

ning to fires which have broken out have with only as a preliminary opinion. The j Be sore you ask for'M rs.Winslow's Booth They; seemed not to l.e impressed. I General Agents,
always of
simultaneously in different parts of you a supply order is simply! that the demurrer.!! tag Syrap, 'and, take_ other kInd :Some of them had seen and
Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed I I tr.n<.Ii-d on a stesmier. Yes, but that 309 8. Palafox St.. PENSACOLA.HOT ,
the town. of the defendants to the complaintsi :
Milk, a perfect cow's milk from 1 was not 1I111\>h. To invent these material I
herds of native breeds, the perfec-;! of the association is over .ruled and things was that worthy of aman's
THE turning down in the senate "!
: 'WHY THE *
t ion of infant food Use it for teap| the defendants given until the first" -- Intellect? Such novelties were BEST ? f
commerce committee of the Crume LOCAL o'oRF.r.TRain to-night fo'-
and collee. I lowed bv lair fueMlay, decidedly collier merely
appointment is the most encouraging ij j Monday in March to make reply, 1 i with ool'! will All to %5I "I told them somewhat of the stars,

incident, from a southern view point, GAVE NEGRO should they so desire.It I|j I""s9'lbl1'north becoming: brlsli lower: to; winds high bbifting to of our sclentitle; ; conclu.-idiis. This apjiealed j i TflE<< MERCthTS<< |

that has occured in Washington for I was acknowledged this morning 'j i -- more to them. Then I quoted ,

A very long time. It is to be hoped !: Temperature in Last 21 Hours: to thorn /-js-iscs from thelf own sacred

that the adverse report will be sus- BOY A FRIGHT that the paper filed by Judge very'''I 3Iuimum.__.._....r.-. ._. trdegreryi classics. TI.ey appn>vnl of me. i TRflflSFER CO.

tained and that Charleston will yet made a good case against the seced-i'I lnimUDl ___. _..__ 61 dtgre"l "Later ns I lay wakeful on my boil

be permitted to have a white collector -- ers, and the matter does not by any i I heard througU t.e! thin paler parti- I. Having been awarded the ,. m., '
Temperature Elsewhere : tioi.s i 1lI}' host and cronies considering; for carrying the U. S.
of customs. Passengers on the 2 m dummy means end with the tulip of Judge : b-tw. D
p ; !firt, )tax.6Y their, &t..n"hitor .1 the L. & N. Depot and Pest 01"

That Northern man who to yesterday were highly amnsed at Reeves today. It may b3 said to im- Atlanta ._ .__..__. )I "Straiige creatures, these barbari ]I and al=o the exclusive bapjaeepm.ilege .

gave I Bismarck___._ _..... ..IiCblcago all' :' I on all train* entering thein.
the poor a few tons of coal he had the predicament of a negro boy who ]ply that the Judge simply refused to !
I ._'__"__" _'_' 1'1 t\ 'Aye, Indeed they nrl'' I we are prepared to transfer bis a:
.. i managed to accumulate in his cellar ride the I final decision ; Ciociooall\1 and pas- ng-q stoand from ,.
w ._ # was caught stealing a on give a or po further in 31 'That Pi-kl-liiiR (l'itk..ringbc' a all i.
: ____..__ i tels, residences and .
and then went to Florida for the GaJ\'t''Ilon _.wl al barbarian. Where did be trains day.
train To strange '
frighten the lad the matter.
i, night.
and Huron_._.( _._.__ 21'I
winter a philosopher a
learn to speak the language of men
bound him amid the boy's There has been widespread: interest !'JncYsooville.-e l tie
philanthropist. The knowledge that i (Chinese)?' I Prompt & RfIiable I Venice Guarantee
KaosaCity.... ._ ___.4 19Mobile. ,
he had done a good deed will make prostestations at "not doing it anymore in this matter of late and the tele- Kt'y Wet___ '___. II "U 'He's clever for a barbarian. lie's We also conduct
a Freight Deliverr
l him enjoy the balmy atmosphere of ," and told him that the sheriff I phone in the office of Judge Reeves 'eDlphi. .___._. __ I almost a man.' Business-haul pianos, safe ,

j? the American Riviera all the more. would take him when the train returned I has been called for many times by ____.e2 4II 15 'lIe has not the eyes of a man. I i i machinery and furniture at Reasonable ?
? Savannah News. I Mootgomery ____ I)>; 72 They are round, like the rest of the Prices.

t- r to Pensacola. The negro !people anxious to learn if a conclusion Sew Orleaar.___ r. <; animals, not turned up at the corners, | Telephone your orders to F R.i ,

Down in Waterbury, Ct., where begged, cried and pleaded but to no i had been reached. St'wYorlt.a': 32Sa'aooal1 as we have tlJ '01.' i Pou's Livery Stables Phone 31 01
___ __ (Ij NI 'Well, he is clever barbarian.' Mrs H. H. Hallmark's. Keidenc'Phone
--- --" a
.11 they have just sent the militia home, a\'all-the conductor was firm. A Severe Cold for Three Months. S: t. Louis __.______ m : l And the discussion ended." 351.MERCHANTS.
they have called out the fire de-
When the train stopped at Little The following letter from A. J. HORSES AND HORSEMEN
partment, and if the mobs do not ,
Bayou the boy made a flying leap jNusbaum, of Batesville, Ind., tells | A Cure For Lumbago.W.C.Williamsof .
; disperse at the order of the police, i ;its own story : "I sulfrred fur three j I Senator J. W. Bailey is said to be try- MRS. H. H. HALL IAr.K.l'r"p

'i the firemen will be ordered to turn and ran with the speed of wind'[ :mouths with a severe colj. A fug to secure the !'PCt.Iof\ the veter- says: "For more than Amherst a year,I Va.suffered -, HAKKV HAU.MAKK. Transfer A, '"

;; the bose on them. This incorporation away from the train. The last seen ;; prepared me some int-diciiie, 1 an trainer Charles Marvin. from lamb tgo.: I finally tried K.l'o.I'.aDII' A ,

of the water cure into the po of him he was running, much to the j'I ;yet and I a did physician not" improve.presented I then for tried me'i.I liri;..haiu I'.oll. 2:2ti, Las been sold to Ch'\l1lbprl.1in' Pain Balm and itjgive

lice methods of the American cities Koley's Honey and Tar, and eight'i Pi'.nuu-I 1-:vats of \tIIllt1 City, :\. J., me entire relief which all
I amusement of the passengers and othr tem"dirs had filled to do."
t' can be traced directly, we suppose does cured me." Jlfu-esubstitate-! ;. IW. and! will In' sand until IWi.Jami's I Sold hIll TIIIVlmlfsili:

to the influence aDd example : train men. '! A. D'Alrmbarte.PENSACOLIAN. : Mt-tlre-ror.: who marked P.irp.ey. [I druggists and medicine dealersTO
LI tal militarism in the Philippines l' i iMjMfriinih ---- 2:fJ is, and lark Secret, t'Nb: will I ?A
I curnlo.IUICI' 0 jY u R itt U t Cat
brought home by the returning sol1 One was pale and sallow and the ': train Peeler Patron, 2:12, this year crm' : .\ coi.n i\ ONE: n \Y ) I ;

; Harris Jones, the Ku-hvillc (Iml.) Take I.RTatlve Rrmno Ilulnlne Tablet
other fresh !
diers. 0, the times! and rosy. \Vhmce the TbU .i r.uture: J ty IL on
,---- I difference She who ii blushing tr.iiin-r i is working; a green trotter, bur, iic. UOFOR .revv/ ever \ > anilIkftilil

. BFEAKIM; of trusts-which is the wild health uses Dr. Kind's New I STRIKES OIL which Mum H! a mile in 2:1U4 last fall. I i I (
word Ustd as a simple name for big II Life Pills to maintain it. By gently i J. L. Shit-Ms, Punxsut.-iwiipy Pa., will SALE I,

ccmbiuations of Capital-it is IK arousing: the lazy organs they compel iI I, scud Queen of Si'MiU2li't! to VanceXiickuls 111IHJl",\ ini.Ks: KM:
good digestion and head oil
coustipation. !
at the l'1 \"l'1:111ol track
more morally toowu and j Welsh, La.: Feb. 15.; -The :Southwestern : pri'S-
wrong ope I Try them. Only l'5e, at rntly.Stiitt. The Costumes Used in Family, Fancy and Staple
rate a large number of dollars thau W. A. D'AlHiibette, 121 15. Palafox i Well Xo. 1 in ,
, I l time yeter- IIu :. a email number. It is as baa to street, Druggist.MONARCH; last Year's .< Groceries <
COll-\\ 'day, after it had been bailed: for plrrtr! , trol hundred dollars Iabmt
a as a I
wore strt'i.uoiis preparation in a fewwwk and All Kinds of
three or four hours. The well : Parade. I'p-to-date Fancy
million hundred million. To
" a as a HAS >>. (:")ods,

, refine a million sacks or tons of sugar is not a gusher, but a flrt-ch-s I'r. J. G. r.etliuii, Puns-'utawuey,
j' We are Sole Distributors for West
Ii a year is no tliilerent in quality tromtifiuiLg NEVI CONTRACT i pumperand i-> considered by the-e I' I'a., lias iiurcbn>eil McKinley, Uil1!, These costumes are in excellent Florida for the Celebrated Cafe du

one sack or one ton. To who it I.yIfl't'.} Ii., from C.';:;. Aldrich of the Monde Collee Sweet Home Molive
:' saw as bt-HJgone of the best, if ;i
., build fifty thousand freight cars or Panic dty.PLAYS. condition just the !?. Illini and Climax Flour. iyle'3
>! not the best, well on the field. Delieate,
" five thousand: locomotives is of the thing to wear at His Majesty's :pn, -Am0rICan.
t Food e"X' Canned Meats Etc. Ah
Messrs. Ehtlh and Dorian, of Mobile AND PLAYERS.
essential character luakii.j. The steam tug Monarch left
tame as
A yesterday .
" Grand Hall of which are sold by all first-ca-
' February
'Jt one or a dczeii. The only thins to afternoon atl o'clock forNew and M. A. acola, Retail Grocers iu the city.
J The to Ii-orda Cay van in
::1 be done about the trusts is to see Orleans Flail were here and witnessed the New York m-lti-d + <'. 24,1003We will sell one .
in charge of Captain over $:J, ) u W!: (OI MH'TH 1'-\1\ FOX

il! that their immense power isno Euaile Freemont and First Engineer completion of the well, and were the ; Miss Trixie PriKiinza: has joined tlie"Sally or more to any person until
, i Abused. And because of their "
size Iu .\111' '
Our (
'n ) company.
. Claude Moore. She is under con happiest men in the city. It is very they are closed outApply
this is Trusts within PENSACOLAiPressillg
are more
y easy. I William l'areriGtln; is to appear' next

,. reach of control than hack drivers tract to tow coal oil barges for the encouraging;, to those who have :,j, season iu Gilbert Parker's) "Hight of' at once toCIMS.

1 -Tampa Tribune. Louisiana Petroleum Co., of the risked their money in putting; down I( 1fa).." LeBARO.V, ; Club
-- Hi'liKirsal-i for Mis Elsie ile Wolfe's ;
this well to be the of of i
Crescent city between Port Arthurand oae
11! THE persistent efforts of the big now ( )(, "Cynthia," have been !lie- Chairman Building Con.
. the be New Orleans. country in New York.I .
New York democratic newspapers at pun FOR GENTLEMEN.

prospective candidate for the presidency Better than Gold about noon today and Contractors i in "Tlie Jt'wcof! .\<;1:1." was oripiiiallyI KKKKMA.V: : LUMIJKR: co have I

f ji ou the democratic ticket "I was troubled for several: yearwith Keouhan; was given an order for a I!1!, discovered Iu the chorus.! a lame f-tock of dressed studying I One Dollar Per Month
t chronic indigestion and new Ezra Kciiilall: i is to dramatize KupneFiold's
. shows more surely than anything amt j.ii-st-. Get their price! betnrebuying i
1 t else that the :is without ions debility," writes I'. J, Green, of pumping rig, which will be put on ; "Littie\ l'.oy I'.lue" for a starring d 16-1 m 1 In Advance to Membership
party acknowledged Arthur I' .
tour uun.Iluttie
':'jl.j leader. It is well thatills Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme the ground at once. Williams has l,'K-n cogagt.l to Tables of finality for tl(Treed>; .
began Electric The .
" I u-iug gas I'reeure is very strong; | -
so and better to mnciu so till in musical comedy in bntL.'cw' '
which did appear Dining room, library hall sent for and delivered. Call .r
me more good than ,
convention It and it is thought that after the well I
the meets. is theduty Yor'! I/oiuloii by Charles! rr..hllllII. 9!'j South Palafox
'I I all the medicine I ever ustd. tlnrlJeulor at Jllarston and Join t
of the national convention to i I 'Iheyhave is pumped for a time it will develop'I 1! I'ml I'rcar. who pl>iy-i the part of $ Club.

came the candidate and this thing oIl j also kept my wife in excellent I I! secretary t<( Ki-Katn: iu "Tlie Sultan of Ouina.'s.N -

preempting! the nomination before !j health for years. She says Elec- into gusher;; of the very first type. ;'!1 !Suiii.' is an oM hand at comic opera, I lalte'i Plain Siirls a Exec!: !; .

/ the convention meets is subversive l tic Hitter are jut j splendid for As it N, it will produce plenty of oil, but I still ajuusin! :':__ Yours

I I' of the very intent and purpose of .1 female trouble*; that they are a which the company: can easily di-- It will Surprise ycu-Try It. Valentines for Xeatne= .
i grand tonic and invi orator for weak
nominating conventions. Let the '; pose of, as the /" utheru Pacific pipeline It i is the mf-diein1 above all others G. W. IRWIN.Hot
'rundown women.o other mfdi- .
delegates go wholly uninstructed iu is under construction and their for c-itarrh and !> worth its weight I
I cine COD take tu {place in our fami in ;gold. Kly's" Cream P. lim doe- till
the Rood old democratic way free to i i' I
I r." Try them. Only 50s. :oi.itifae-I I new 37,000 barrel steel tank will be' that i is ii'iiPd;: far it.-K. \V. pferry,1 M Mardi Gras
\ vote for such candidates! a* in their
tion guaranteed by W, A, completed i in a !!hurt time. Hartford, Uopn.i Chocolate with
, judgement seems best for the whole btrte, 121: South Palafox n.\lem-j I i My mi wee :illicttd with catarrh. I Whipped Cream, at Solo

party If celrpates ire to go instructed He utd fcly'a cream Uilm and the mon's.
they might as well send BAY EXCURSION. I Nearly Kurteiiii Hi{ I il<>. distr"rlblerttarrhall! left l him.- *, .
I J. C. Olm.-tp-l: Arcola, III. I
their vote by mall. A runaway almost ending fatally,
The !stint dots lot irritate: *nd
The ladies of
the Baptist church started a torrible ulcer on the leg of can"e "u"ezin4;. S."Id hv Ely Uroth- Oar stock is now ready. Valentines STEAMER LINE SCHEDULEd

will give an {xeur ion on the bay J. 1;. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. ers, Warren !'trE'Hew York
THE two sections of the world in of all shapes, sizes and --
next Thursday on a safe and
For four
years it dtflcd' all doctor
which exports from the United Refreshments price. :Sentimental and n Prneacola and Milum-Itoat
States do not make satisfactory steamer. will and all remedits. Buekleri's, Arnica MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. Comic
. be provided. Fare for round trip : !tune Daily Kxcrpt.
Salve had no trouble to him. Mardi Gras du
growth are South America and cure i ;,plies, each as

,f India. In each of these cases the 35 ct>nU, litIS Equally good for Hums, Bruise, f"\:'" PAID persontelling who Wire, Paper and Character1 i I "CITY OF TAMPA."

,4 Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. 00 has one whether I buv or ,
United States import large and con-
CO TO E. W. W U, not. P. K. KF.LLEY.10f2w" UT Milton.es5lam LvP.-otaeolal.x.ra
PEAKE'S A. D'Alemberte's Kore Ma: -ki. Cambic: and Silk Domino ..
., tautly growing quantities of the Drug 121 Kansas! City. Mo. ,, Peo.mvle.lrtpam Ar Mlllun G >JiniI

,1 products of the countries in ques No. 3(, South Palafox street, for your South Palafox street. flask*, False Heard and I I| Farei:; Wand trlpIIW.

;::1 1 lion, but makes no perceptible gain electrical work. He is prepared to --- -- -- The finest line vt umbrellas In tht
I TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. city i.' at J. I. ritepcena'!! Go look Wigs, Costume Bell, Gold and '
ia its exports to those parts of tte do you a first-class job at moderate at them.

world. The Import into the United prices. YhoneU3. Thos. Wentworth will today I, Silver Braid, Fringes and. JEWELER IN HIS

States frtm South ..America have I CITY TAXES. I
We will launder take charge of the city circulation of'';! Spangles. Call early and select -
your spreads
grown from $90,006,141 in k>90 to $119- I NEW STAND
15 cents each and make them look THE NEWS. He will take sUb"crip- your outfit. We will
785,756 in IMS, while the exports to like uw Star Launury.Headache : Tax I'ajcr, if joii whh to "toiInterest lay i
South America: from the United tions and collect all accounts. them aide for until : -
call; at oiico and pay you
States in JMO were *3s,752t>49, and ----- --- }Wentworth has had large ex-> jour Tavv. nl-e:1d.: I have moved my jewelry store ti<

in UK'S' *3S.u43,617. From the British
penence as circulating manager of 120 South Palafox formerly'occupied
: which Biliousness, sour stomach, x. 3iK.. oinsTixo,
East ladies ( includes Ldin. : constipation
" I and all liver ills are cured by large daily papers, and will rook by Bass & Co., and am n"w
the Mulayau Peuiu-ula, CeJ'lt>u. 10f2ir: Tax Cnll1'rtut. than
THE NEWS service of the piper satisfactory i better prepared ever to gage
etc.) the imports into the Uniteditttt l-loJ/'o Pills to all. I COE'S BOOK STORE. great bargains in diamonds,watch"!
The fin!;t hue of sterling silver
I tt.ak" were, IL IN:). Os..ll,3I9, alid' The nn-irr.uitin; cathartic. Price silver jewelry, etc. Call and seerrea.J:
and !
-- novelties
, t to b
is :
while the :'ieertt. an. -aM. .:r b mails( CI I :1:1 !South! I'Hlafoi Street,
J13,42l,21S; exports i ] j
C.L Iluod A Co., Low ell, Mass. Try Gunther's Candies at; [quad at J. I.. Stephens'. Prices t i let me convince you.
from the United States to the Britw Solomon's. I please all. I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. ;, J. I. STEPHENS.N' .

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YESTERDAY AND IS ,I CREEK MERCHANT PAYS HEAVILY Molino, Fla., Feb., -You think, Designated Depository of the United States. .1' l is

I Mr. Editor, you had some rain Tues- Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9, 1903. : j


SETTLEMENT. -SUNDAY LAW. inches, Montgomery over 2>,' inches, Loaas and Discounts................... ... 1336,073.95 Capital Stock 1200.000.00 ; t
Demand .
Pensacola 1-16. I measured the fall ,. 122,866.54 Surplus 20,000.00 ," i
Oyerdratts.-; 1,160.02 Undivided ,
here on Wednesday morniug from u. B. Bonds and Premiums.............. 213,806.87 ..1 500000 690.76 j' ;
D. Mahon, president of the Probably there in not an older or Stocks, securities! 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid. Woo
\V government rain gage, five inches Furniture anJ Fixtures... ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposits ....... 56564934 '
Association of Street Car better known Greek in the than t'
; city .
National Cub and ,
and twelve one hundredths, between Exchange 228.170,2t 1
arrived at 6 a. m. Sunday Peter Stein, whose stay here has -{ I ,I 6 p. m., and 3 a. m. The storm was ; 3 K:;

fromi v v; Orleaas and registered at covered a period of many years. very !severe, accompanied by heavy 'Total........ .... ....n u.. ..u.. ...u. $911,420.10 Total.... ........ .... ...... .... ,.......... $911,420.10 \" .\'"i 1'.:

the E-cambia. President Mahon, at Stein has usually been a peaceable 1 thunder. The Escambla river rose This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give :; 'f

o'clock yesterday, was taken in and law abiding citizen, but a transaction 1 banks. your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. .: ... ,:l
11 rapidly and is now out of its ,
an electric car for a ride over all Sunday cost him $25 this A recent letter from Hon. Frank 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. .: t tt

the dii; fent lines of the system, morning. Johnson informed me that the mill '. F}.7':

getting a good view of the city andW Stein runs a small store just out- would commence to run regularly on B. H. FAIRCHILD, I : 'wG. w. & ctr 'G. w. & co: .; .I If.t J.:I

U" plea.autly entertained through- side of the city limits near the cot- Monday the 16.hinst. The company .WJ' ; t
C'P$o TJ&T as n.: 33 n.:
out the journey by Mr. Bemmes: and ton compress and the officers were have put up a very nice roomy mill, )

:Ir. unborn for the company, and yesterday attracted by a large crowd about 130 feet long, by 80 feet. They 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I Ia'oet :: GREEN, WATSON & CO. ',''t l' ;

jlei-r-. Howland, Peters and Lar- about the place. Officers Riy and have also constructed about twenty- : Work and Refinishing Furniture a j l

com T .f->\>r the unployes.X? gentleman. was in tbea"rt. found Sanders a number went out of to drunken investigate negroes and five plaining yards mill from the with sawmill ample a bailer large Phono Specialty.405. j I I OO n CPFPC T i 1m WBITj! O MTtnUt P!&L J 'i"In: i I

ride the
:: !a given a on bay.; about the store. Upon inquiringthey : power situated away from either R. K. WHITE, I'' .

II. Jut returned from a trip tot discovered that Stein, inpite building and close to the edge of thelog' Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler ,.>> -FORConfirmation- ;0'' .I''.(

. Pacific coa-t where he was called of a previous warning,had dispensed
pond, which in case of fire, will and Graduate Optician, I
i-ll ot a settlement of differences cider with as much freedom on Sunday
to atlord abundance of .
always water.In
I 11 :Soitfc PiUtox St., PtiitcoU,Ffa.yiudnh's : Costumes. 2 'l.'t,
tetw-n i-iLjloyfers and operatives, as on any other day, and the the pond now are several thousand ,

.d teemed pleased with the results old fellow was placed: under arrest
a.: logs, generally small, as their the Bestor 5c.
: I I. tripi lie 14 a very entertain- I for violating the Sunday law. lIe specialty will be sawing of small I I ; SHIRT AISTS. "( l YX.

i I.btrrestufhi.! uiuver-itionalist subordinates and has much the at acknowledged cause "the fellows having next sold dx>cider r did be-I around logs. The this cream section of for the pine forests miles! REMARKABLE_CURE OF CROUP.A !;:"j: Recent Large Receipts at from $1.00 to $3.00 Each. .:; ,.'; !': ,,1;

I' many Little Bey's Life Saved. : Made from Mercerized Oxfords and Madras Cloths, ; ::1 1 1U
art. the same. has been cut and used .
many years
I have a few words to say regardingChamberlaln'i
President Mahon left on the noon Mayor: Jones read the law: whim : Q ,'
Cough! Remedy. It '
t:'im for Chicago via New Orleans and fixed his punishment at the 11-1 ago.This coming September it will be saved my little boy's life and I feel EXTRA !I :
r ,''
t, '.IY, and the executive committee ure above named. Stein paid up and that I cannot: praise it enough. I a .!
I 19 years since the Sullivan mill here 0 jr Mr. Wo\Watson, now iu the Eastern M arkets in search .
.i1, the !street railway people were i said he would not do so again. I was burnt. This mill was built in bought a bottle of it from A.E.Steereof t> cf New and Nobby Things, has just notified us that a shipment .
Goodwin, S. D., and when I 11
null him until he departed. He got is en route by Express of Exclusive Patterns in :11' !I'
1S68 and employed 150 hands.
home with it the poor baby could
aiJ;: that the differences of the local WARRiNCTONHAPPENINGS Mr. Gonzalez and his assistant hardly breathe. I /gave the medicine $ Mercerized Oxfords and Madrasses Especially frw 'l ,!;

uui'iu had been practically settled i have been quite busy vaccinating.They as directed every ten minutes until .. Woven for Shirt Waists. i ; d
and he was very glad to know of it. "threw up" and then I thought sure
the colored
paid a visit to
be was going to choke to death. We l
of the
He also said that one most
school a few minutes before the
had to pull the phlegm out of his t :
pleasant! afternoons of his life was teacher turned out and managed to mouth in great long strings. I am WATSON & CO. & :
made his i fitGREEN,
that of yesterday when (Correspondence of Tbe News ) vaccinate all the schollars, near 50. positive that if I had not got that fal j ,1. .' .

trip on the bay.CONFERENCE 'I of the sick from bottle of cough medicine, my boy .' G Wx LU" y= sr pu s [ >
Warrington, Fla., Feb. 16.-A Val Many men are quite .' i i_ I ot CO ,_ :t
would not be on earth today.-JOEL = !!!!!!!!
entine party was given in Odd Fel- j I I the effects and labor has been temporarily DEMOXT, Inwood, Iowa. For sale 1 4 1 1sssss
WILL lows' hall by the young people of demoralized. by all druggists) and medicine deal- t /
Warrington last Saturday evening. ers. .f f\\
BE HELD TODAY The mild weather has put the -- -
Games until 10 ,
were played p. m.
OT more conference betweeu when refreshments were served. An : peach trees in bloom, the fragrant We have just received our I CAN, GET .* .* .< .. ,1: ::4
you ,
1' ..J. "t Northup and the execu- enjoyable feature of the evening was 'i yellow jassamine and the dog wood. 1903 line of Heywood Go-

t \ ",':.iiiittee will be held at t'' the shooting of hearts from the tree II Cardinal red birds are plenty so are I Carts with all the latest im ICE CREAM SODA, = .; : !
and telling your fortune. provements. Call and see
the blue birds. My trees
the orange i
1fternoon at
: ; com- The committee of arrangementswere I i iI them beautiesMarston HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HANDMADE CANDIES '
( ... ., n Maiu store It is Miss E. McClellan, Miss Cemti show no signs l of winter, the leaves ; they are I I c f:
Qaina.cIu. .
I have not been hurt and unless *e $ -ATTrainer's -
: !I' i-; ris a probability of and Mrs. Hall.

." i-es, but in what I I 'hose present w'reIro.. Q'l.irlls I get a later freeze the prospects for I -- '- 'V No-rlCEM_ ,1
Mrs Kuhlber :Mrs. Mrs. Confectionery
? Roy
au early spring is good.
. However crop
n. :- .Ivai: out. ISchohU I --- - -- -
I Mr?. Dickens, Mrs. Marshall -
NRITIIKK: tbecapta.n.ownersnoreonrlgbeeaulthe ;
Mr: i.-. I if :: opinion Mrs. Riuch.Mr* Henmanson: (irminafs .
I : I I Kinuiu will Ira re-i -'I Ii L..1 r' I i'i.r- will be matters of Mrs. Hall, Misses Wheat, Misses A Guaranteed Cure lor Piles for debts. contntcuul by ss
the of stud vessel. '
::,,I I I'.' w:.' !. :: n afternoon's con- Simp>lou, Misses Cemti, Iisil M. Itching Blind, Bleeding or Protruding crew A. ra PST, :
Francis Mi-sC. Vhili tOIl, Mi- E. Piles. Your druggist '11I'11r..rund jour FIVER IIItO. CaptHta.ContiKnees f
t I I. I' ''II. tn in end. 1ifebUNKITIIEKtbn
McClellan, Mi-s E.: Clillord, Miss C. money if I'AZO OIXTMKNT fails to cure I

1 ,r ; !"M :.Mtive: a* well ail curatr. Hlulon1I5:! Gould, Miss, Wood;, you. SOcentsTHE I -r- .. captain ownra : DR. } H MOCK.DENTIST. : .
of the
nor consignees it..
\ In:< ,,.I i,.' 1I.\'s\ Sarsaparilla Miss Howe, Mips Crona and Miss ; l'anI8bbklnll.l'.lIubl'rwlllbl'r..ponslbl" !. .
merit is fullyTuCECH Messrs. J. t:. Beat- INDIANA t for d..bt1l contract1 I j !
I I" .11 l lit-us great Hoyden Liagly 1 the crew of bald v..s..l.I.i
> -i' .i-:'.. J. ty. W. Hinsou, J. MoreV.. Howard J. 8. VANE CaptBin.
I Vaster itillt'A.
W. KcholU, W. Kwrpeuey, F. I _,__ ___h ___ _____ ____ 'j'fl
Dickens!! n. Marshall, W.Gathalen ', ViILL'ARRIVE I .
O. Hendry, W. Dobsoii, A. Hanna, I '1 C. BINKLEY desire! his; friends t

MAY BE SOLD E. HeuneL'son, S. Jacobs, X. Crook, and the public to know that! 1hail i 28\! 8. Palafox Street, fe Old Armory Building. :' ) .
A. Buekheardt, 11. Rauch, J. Lovings I ON FRIDAY Moved to Room SOS, Thiesen building I

-- I A. \Vli ht, F. Kelley, W, Hall, where he will continue as heretofore CROWN AND BRIDGE \VORK A SPECIALTY. -: t.j' i

T. S. Caulbou'rn.A ,, a general law practice. ITASACOLA..\. i
CALVESTON PARTIES SAID TO BE of baseball was to have .
game --- -- -
from the
| Information: yard
I navy -- -- \ 4 J4
been afternoon between
played Sunday '
NECOTIATINC FOR THE : this morning is that the battleship: e. f l' 7'II

FINE TUG. soldiers the of Warrington Birrancas but team upon and the the i I Indiana will arrive about next Friday -i i J. i E. l in N & a, 0. G. D e S'Ira} (S C Co. : .: !f'r:": l

arrival at Barrancas it wa found for an indefinite stay. Orders to ...

--- that the colliers: could not play, so a this effect have been given out to I + i Manufacturer" and Dealers la .' t. "' :::1-f

1 tin uu Echo, Ltl)!) tons! ,may team of sailors played in their place. the pilots and this faithful band of Contractor[ and Builder. .r :1"II
The Warrington team won by a Sash Doors Blinds :
:; 4 : ?,
wr: > toj iy, it being ru- : sea watchers will look for the big :
i: Uilv-'ston parties are MI-s Katie Hollihanof Pensacola! ship on that day. Shingles, : -Ii '
: I<>r her purchase. was the guest of the: Misses j !Small- ; In its current issue the Army and I ..!
SHORT NOTICE. .< .0& a't .' I.
F ''I I i. u.iw at Ul1n,ton and wood Sunday. I Xavy Journal states: that the !:(>coLd I 3 Builders Materials : i.
i ti \ .1:
'l 1'in' there yesterday said Pay Clerk Y. D. Smith reported to : class: battleship Texas will come to I First-Chi-s Work OuiMnterd and ; .:

the paymaster of the yard for dutyon Inferences Furnislwd.I Brick and Lime. .. ,
,ova new owners had I Pensacoli; : shortly after the arrivalof i
Saturday last. 1i
I il and had acquired the I Surgeon T. A. Benyhill! U. S. X., i i the ether warship, although the U laST IXTIXI)IXCIA: ST. '----- = Tolophono :N o. 11. 'j .,l.. i ,

\ has been ordered b) Port Loyal to I date of her arrival was not jriveu. I "

!. E.! Launder*, for whom I attend the dipthcm cases on'board j, Navy yard people JI i not expect the ; p

',1-A built Son: a, the few New years Jersey ao; j! the U. S. 1 S.:: Bullilo. --T. S. C. j j Texas next month.tJ show up before the first of : GEM[ BOOK 8TORE[ ''A. O EENHUT & CO. $

,:. the city today and no TO CUIIK A COld IN OM3: DAY | Mail continues to arrive for other

flow exactly where he I, Take Laxative HrcmoQuinlnTablets. Alldruiigi'ts vessels of the navy, and all of them ....WHOLESALE GROCERS, : '
I refund the monry If it falls lo / I
-inn I to publicity is well cure. 10:. \V. Urov,,' [lgDdtur is oa taclii are expected to touch here at an i 4 f

r wieuhe: makes a trip, I i i box. t'oc.I ; '_. ___ ,, early date. -- VALENTINES I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government PENSACOLA, FLA. ;

iiii-i t.lf is the wiier. I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ; .
veil secret around tIe j Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of 1'.1 )IILlT.ltLIJ.. .SENTIMENTAL AND COMIC. i.
flat there is a probability "I regular meeting Monday eight Feb. I have opened a Mudio in room 9, oysters today. Try them. t! 4
I Monday the 23rd inst, will be mili- 1 Salisbury block, where I will give SIC APOSTLE. _' j
x *el changing hand but 11G, at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance j I ...SOUVENIR CARDS... j -
the Mardi Gus Carnival -
the rank ofj; tary day during jlesson-. in my own system of draw .
Work in /
isnquested. Hot French Waffles j i
be found who would give and as a wind up for the days' ing-called Black and White" with : ;

.<. information on the snb- Knight Members by of sister the lodges Senatorial and team.visiting ;, festivities the Chipley buys will give ,, ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS, also in: French Pastel painting and 1 Florida Cane Syrup at .
one of their delightful military Illustrat Solomon's. 4
brethren cordially invited to at-I j I Newspaper and Magizine e

:*.. bittles of Dr. Kilmer'ss tend. JAS. A. LYLE, C. C. I balls. The various committees are AS NOVELTIESStationery I II ing.I. -
II hard at work and promise to entertain i JMAM have taught large classes in every
K. R. t;
K: ot, the ,liver DR. F. E. BRUCE
kidney ;
great 1 their friends in grand style. town in Georgia and in many of the 4
ai : -idi-r remedy, are beiug dist and cominiitees will ; >!
I The program I male college! of the :South so can i at
Has returned and
Have FOR LUMBERCall resumed practice
from house,free.
-re be announced later. of
offer you an uperience: twenty-
y. !Redone" on BEEKMAN LUMBERCO. Admission 50 cents.; Ladies free.We five years. In the studio will be Office 2%? West Government St., r t.

communication for estimates before placing Periodicals, found the choices collection of Salisbury Building. i.'
lleirular the
are only furniture
1'f K-cambia: L xlje No. 16, your orders for lumber. dl6-lm Leather Goods crayon work ever shown by a !single Tolophono 143 t !
-- -- dealers in the city who carry ,
ttnF"II1i A. M., 7:30 p. In.,, artist and an invitation is extended
X A'M' nJay.Ffb. 1C .:cztMo CClt.o PAY. a complete line of china Pictures and Frames. to everyone to come and see it. My
V'I'itln brt'tbrenllrecor- I Your druggist will refund your money itPA7.OOISIMESTfails
,uiv invited. tocure Ringworm,i iI I. cases and sideboards. We term+ for instruction are moderate.
11 \V, 1>'C. KESSLEK.liiiBs. I! TotterOdUIcenandsores.: Pimples'andElackbeadg sell them fur wash or on OTH .\. MILLER.
( \V. M. ; on the face, and all skin tiis50 I i ----- -- (
:,,<, 'Te.arv. c&.... cent :; easy payments. Marston iie. MEAT & MALT has a marvelous

-- Quina. I JoJ4SO1,218 dietetic vala While refreshing

Hot French Waffles with pleasant to take, it helps assimilation iisti tie rh0t0aPap 9' ;,r 'r

L axative" ftromo Aimmie A PJl OB every Florida Cane Syrup at of food. fy; >ld byDANXHEfedER I I '
7" \fr W.'CU 5'UII PAl-AFOX ST. BROS. : 204E S. I'alafox 4
Cures bolt Solomon's.
a Cold in One Day,Cripta 2 Days I.


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I The servant problem Is different in

I trnge. Ho.Mhold Ornaments That Hungary from what It is here. Appar-
u Pills
May B. Seen In Enc-Md. ently servants are so plentiful that the 'The best j ,. ,

Many are the strange household and prefect of Jaszbereny, a hungarian':

garden adornments scattered up and town has dared to issue the following

FOR TORPJD LIVER. down the English countryside. In a The cold-wave weather flag "tfJZ decree: "In view of the fact that domestic at one-half price

Sussex village is of a garden paling means zero and
A torpid liver deranges the whole pan 3ture.l.tden fj i servants are getting more
icy, mo
3 system,and produces made wholly out of the swords of winds, and the beginning ; / more in the habit of neglecting their f

SICK HEADACHE, --. I ewordfisLes. The lady who owns the of winter in earn H work in order to amuse themselves I It takes five of the ordinary "quarts to make a gallon but a EAYXER QUART !s\
t garden got the strange paling from her est. To Catarrh snffer.t i hereby give notice that any female domestic lull quart an honest quart of 32 ounces four to the gallon. Now you pay your dt4.r 11\
Dyspepsia,Costiveness,Rheumatism -I brother wLo had originally sported it there Is of least (1.23 a bottle for whiskey that cannot possibly be any better than HA YXlR. if as
ers nothing servant who is found out
food or M.2S a gallon. If you buy HAYNER WHISKEY you save at least *. .05 on
Sallow Skin and Piles. in the tropics. cheering in these climatic changes doors or even on the doorstep of the gallon. We sell two gallons for about the same as you pay for one gallon of probably poorer
There b no better remedy for these Near Leeds is a summer house made for with the return of cold weather, I house in which she is employed after whiskey. Just think that over and remember that HAYNER WHISKEY goes direct from
I our distillery to you. carries a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUAR
c common disease than DR. TUTT'SUVER wholly of buttons of every imaginablekind all tbe disagreeable symptoms of Catarrh !9 p. m. will be summarily arrested and ANTEE of PURITY and AGE and saves you the dealers'enormous profits. That's
PILLS, is a trial will 'rovc. and in the same county is a appear: blinding: headaches dizziness a I it's so good and so cheap. That's why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied 1:1.
Take No Substitute. stuffy feeling about the nose that makes punished: by a fine or four days' Imprisonment. toners. That's why YOU should try it. Your money back if you're not sau&aei
I room the walls of which are adorned "
breathing ditScull: !chest pains, and as the .
the ribbons of cigars, nearly .
entirely by
disease progresses,a discharge of nauseating All In'tbe family.
20,') K) of these being represented. matter f ant the throat and nose keeps the factors Direct from our distillery to YOU

THE GIRL WHO IS LOVED. From garret to basement in the large cue continually hawking and spitting. They were discussing) """

house cf a Leeds mineral water manufacturer Catarrh is a most disgusting disease. which make for success In the world, Sim Diilirt' Profit I PrIYHtldult".UOD.I ""
Affection I* ..rt'.ary to Give Her Is a gigantic scrapbook every The foul mucous secretions that are con when the knowing young man :

Cheerful Dl,pu.ltlon. notable theatrical poster of the las>t stantly dropping back into the stomach "There's nothing like force of character

A woaan cannot be said to be truly twenty years being pasted on .the contaminate ar.d poison the blood and is old man. Now there's Jones.

attractive or popular unites the is loved walls.A distributed throughout the body and it Sure to make his way in the world. HAYNER WHISKEYPURE
then becomes a deep-seated, systemic Has will of his know."
a own. you
and: admired by the members (It her north country banker living near
persistent disease that must be treated "Cut Brown has something better in
own sex as well as-ijie opposite. She Wakefield has a great dining room tile through the blood, for it is beyond the '
welcomed nil. old and whole of the walls of which the his favor.
must Le by I are reach of sprays, washes powders or external SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE
: young. male and fiuiak' or she cannot wooden and iron doors of eminent cas- treatment of any kind.S. "What's

be celled un attractive woman without tles and historic buildings aud at Lis- S. S. soon clears the system of all "A will of his uncle.-Stray Stories.

: reservation card, in Che.hIre, is a roomthat contain Catarrhal matter and purges the blood of FULL $ .2O EXPRESS

Su:; ? mus-t bo hcrs-clf hr best IZtlt, nt $ hundreds of picture frames madeof the irritating poisons thus effectually Legal Point 4 :

all times and with all people. She every imaginable substance from ous checking and far reaching further progress disease. of this sen-I "So be got: out an Injunction against;: QUARTS O PREPAIDWe

cst thir.k _n-J: act for lur>cf and express : leather to tigers' bones one frame being for I your company," we say pityingly.
Lookout Catarrh winter, for cold
LIT own ol' Jli'ls, rather thlll try placed within another according to : "Why didn't you forestall him by getting -
stirs the Llood and excessive
causes secretion -I will send you FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES Of HAYNER'S SEVEN-
to copy sum-1 portion the may admire size so that the whole surface is covered I of mucus and brings to life all the an iiij'iiictioa: to j-rcvciit the issue YEAR-OLD RYE for t3.SO. and we will pay the express charges. Try it and

or wao is admired by the lords of creation. with frames.In slumbering poisons that make Catarrh ; :. -e of his injunction?' if you don't find it all right and as good as you ever used or can buy from i
anybody else at any price then send it back at our expense and your(3 20
Individuality, whin ombinul Liverpool is a room-that of a I the most abominable "I OuUlii't. You see 1:1.was slick will be returned to you by next mail. Just think that oCer over. How could

with pilitc! cauair alit Met, is always: deutij-t whose grandfather: occupied !, of all diseases. S.S.S. :i cnouzh to get out an injunction! against It be fairer? If you are not perfectly satisfied you are not out a cent Better
let us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourwlf. get a
nttraci w. A woinan' happy, infectious the s-ainc rrea.i
lan .-h h Utter than! uinliciue mirrors! cud lictul'ltLe; frames of I,! such perfect orJer injunction!"-Baltimore Herald. Inside.
; thatcohla'escause Orders for Ariz.,CaL. Cot..Idaho. Mont. Nev. N.Met .Ore..Utah.Wash
it-e, an.l her ( beery produce !U as which jilt made (LOrds of sharks' alarm and the or Wyo. must be on the basis nf 4 quart for 84.00 b- Express .
no : Prepaid 20 quart for 10.0O by Freight, Prepaid.
welcome as the sunshine. tteth. >cnr r.irmingliaiu! a nisLiifacturcr : Small Iu n Dcul.le SenM"After -.
change from the heat of summer to the
A girl: to be truly popular ne\er says has a study that is even to rigors of winter produce no hurtful effects. all,"remarked Smitbers,yawn Write our nearest office and do it NOW.

menu things about other girls. thinking the roof with nothing! but chains of Write us if you have Catarrh and ow Ing. "it is a small world." THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

that the ir.tu will like; LIT better, and various tklut's..s end padlocks of I.I Physicians will advise you without charge. .It has to be," snapped Smuthers, ATLANTA GA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS HO, ST. PAUL, MIMt
dmi-rent: !s.zcs.-I'cais'm's.: Book on Blood and Skin Diseases free. "to match some of the people in it."-
she't., try to monopolize the attentions 130; DlSTILLEBT. TBOY, 0. ESTABLISHED 1868.
of oil the men at once. I-at is 1 The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, GafItepIantluK Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.

willing to let other girls have their DON'T GET TOO FULL.A I I.
-- --
ehare of admiration and attention Accounted. For. -- -
along with hc'r.h doesn't mope and Lesion That May lie Learned From Barely Par*. Dime Museum Manager -What is I

retreat within herself If there are no the Habits of he IIr... Instead of hurrying up to get corn that peculiar smell?

men about to admire her. but she cheerfully "Don't stir up a beehive unless you planted early so as to beat drought it The Living Skeleton-The rubber WIGKE&CO.Plumber .

sets al"iut junking the best of know it is a rich one" said an apiaristto is better to wait until the season Is skin burned his finger lighting a cigarette. -I

visitor at his bee farm. enough to Insure a perfect stand. .
matters without them and making a warm -Judge.

such companions as she ban happierand "1 think that I would leave them There Is no more unprofitable work on I! Gas and Steam Fitter

brighter for her presence.If alcne altogether" was the reply. "They a farm than "replanting" to correct the We ought to avoid the friendship of ,

she has a grievance, she keeps it h.ive too angry a buzz about them to error mentioned for the replant rarely the bad and the enmity of the good.-

to herself (or a woman with a grievance win my confidence." pays for the seed used. Often It wouldbe Eplctetus. No. i South Palafox Street.

is very soon voted a bore. The "You are not used to, that's better to plow the whole thing up
A Weak Stomach All Kinds 01: Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hscr
Ift weeping fainting sad eyed young all, said the beemau. "For example and plant anew. Instead of becoming

. woman is very much out of style nowadays these hives are full of honey, and if I Impatient of delay, spend the time get- causes a weak body and invites dis "' '''1,1'0'1/: '. "';N"'lOl'A lift

';I not only In novels but in real puff a little smoke Into the doors so as ting the soil In good condition for addItional ease. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures
-- --------- ---
life and the Independent to sort of suffocate the sentries I can harrowing may Increase the i
f healthy happy and strengthens the stomach and
fi cheerful and sunny girl has topple' a hire over, handle the bees yield two to four bushels per acre. A wards off and overcomes disease. J. I

totally eth'psi-d; << her in jiopularity. like so many beans clean the honeycombs : good plan Is to spend more labor In R. Taylor, a prominent merchant of II I SAMUEL CHARLES,

American! &Juetn.vr and carry them of!. Th bees preparing the laud and no less in after Chriesiran. Tex.,says: "I could not

won't harm me." .And to prove his cultivation.-Farm and Ranch.LooklV.t. eat becaue of a weak stomach. I .r} BOOT AND] SHOE MAKER
lost all and down in l. ,
strength run
:\ Tao!* Tor tue Cook. words the speaker performed his experiment ..
and came buck to his friend I weight. All that money could do q 1
The si1mtnd'r: << Iron. here illustrated l; REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
with a smile and several heavy combs Little Johnnie-Solomon may ba\'G' was done, but all hope of recovery I
; is one of Jha most useful <,f new acquisitions Hearing wonderful Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Shoe Leather & Findings.
vanished. 1.1-
of Louey. been the wisest man. but Adam was : :: some ; 1J !
, t;> the 1-inf.dom of the Kitch cures effected by ue of Kodol, I
t en. It I Is a Iat iron disk faMenod\ to a "If those hives had been nearly the luckiest concluded to try it. The first bottle TJIO.NK 51-1. (.0. SOI'11I r.iH sritr.Kr.
empty," said the apiarist, "I would Mamma-\7hy do you think so, Johnnie -
beneflttf and after four
I lla w 111' When thoroughly heated ov rpoaK I me, taking
. this! iron i is lifted and held over have been lucky to have escaped with ? battles I: am fully restored to my
life. The tenants of hive Little Johnnie 'Cause he was born usual and health."
pas-try uierinirws <,tc., which hanIIl1t iny a poor : strength, weighth J. E. Dunmssox t& BROTHER
.- brownol e.t'ulIn the O\t'\I. but which sting to kill. a man and didn't have to go to schooL Hargis i Pharmacy, John heppJr, ,

cannot be nturned for fiar (If over "That's strange," said the visitor. '-Chicafoews.. hidney Kabu. OltNKIt: : TAltlCGONA ISTI: UI':NClA STHKKTv:

"1 should thick ttat they would defend -
---- -- -- Dealers in
their hoards with especial jealousy A Thousand Dollars Thrown Aw3y.Mr .

and the more they hare the hot CHOICESTOF
ter they would fight W. W. Baker, of Plainview 'c, Choice Staple and Family Groceries, tOur $

Xeb., writes: "My wife had lung
"The reason Is, said the beeman -
Goods are Received Frock Daily. They are too many to enumerate.and : .
"that when alarmed the bees fly to trouble for over fifteen years. We
I> the Best the Market Affords and bo
are Warranted to be can
their storehouse and gorge themselves. tried a number of doctors and spent f FRUITS AND COIFECTIONERi O f fAT i! ReliVil on. We can Duplicate any Order Given in During the

When full of honey a Lee can't bend over a thousand dollars without any :1 Holidays and will Deliver Free to any Part of the City.

its body and Ftlng." relief. She was very low and I lost I
"Which should l lesson to :
e a us, all when friend
hope, a suggested II

! said NeYork the other.Tribune."Don't get too full."- trying Foley's Honey and Tar C. APOSTLE'S, I p'8ox326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro,

which I did ; and thanks to this I PHONE 66.
a.l 14 East Government S st.!
': A Punctual Dlrd. great remedy, it saved her life. Hhe .F'mi1yA. G-roooi-
. 4,. l'RO"XIXIl rno:(. DISII CLEANEK.Lsikin What tempts the little hummingbird is stronger and enjoys better health Formerly Cordova Restaurant BtaiicOae i,

Thus is able to obtain that we see in our gardens to than ShA has ever known in ten
1 ;:: one I : car-load of Pineapples at 11.71to
k-i for smb. dishes un evenly browned appearance I travel every spring from near the year \Ve shall never be withoutFoley's .I 2.00 per dozen.
Hon > and Tar and would :
Jt which adds t,) their appetizing equator to as far north as the! arctic y J..VL..A. V"ery
a-k thoe afflicted to it. W. A.
try -- --- -- -- .
..''nl'l'suLU..r useful circle leaving! behind him as he does D'Alemberte.

tnt.. thins: is the new plate scraper here for a !Feason many tropical delights;: ? GOLA Ii
t = =C tt i succEssoR TO AVERY WOOLKOLK.J
lIe is
pictured. This! plate scraper cimsMi the only one of many humming i

of a rub'.K'r: piece! several: iuelu* long birds that pluckily leaves the !laud of Hot Rolls, at 51). m. lOc IMPORTER AI.TD JOBBER OF

: attached to n white wood handle, so payly colored bir\l.s to go: into oluu-I a doz., at Solomon's. Grist and Corn Jfleal Mills

I if'j that It may be brcshul! o\,r the mo-t tary cile In tLc north east of the Mississippi. \ .. HARDWARE.
((1 F. GOIIZRLEZ & CO. Prep i
' delicate china (iishis: without injuring How it stirs the imaginationto : r ,

from tlieir! ,urfal', picture the solitary tiny migrant a
them removing > s QPERAEOUSE MannfactcrenOliOlCK
Iron, Nails, Axp rliovrIsv I Mill and Kteamboat
ull'retom of bird life inuring abovethe
; every panicle of p-e.ise and food.Good .- MKAL AND PL'HEGHOUMC Supplies Cooking and Fi.--iiitiv Stoves Paint, OiU
HouMkcvpliig.For : range of human sight through the Window Ola ". Guns I'ijio. jniJ Tackle.
? Fishing
vast dome of the sky! Home swiftly ,J. :)1. C)1Maiiager.ONE STOCK FEKD.
:I I ..-; :: -: : '. for there it and Tinware II UooiK
('oi jil I'i' "w. onward by rapidly vibrating little Patronlie Home Industry I Agate ana furnishin' .;
A pillow couv f >r the liaby's NIGHT ONLY, every reason you should buy your Meal anC .
pretty >
wings, he covers the thousands of FEB 17 Stock teed from tbe Home Manufacturer vrAOE Fun BIRMINGHAM: ROLLING MILL COMPANV0J
.i! first bed or for the carriase will be an mile between his winter home and his TUESDAY, .. I I for by doing you (encourage home In da..
gift to nuLe to the mother. try. Your money Is left In the commanltj Revere Giant Stitched Belting:, Northampton Emery
acceptable )
j summer one by easy stages and arrives And In tarn are indirectly benentod
yon Wiit-l.i L. L If tin & Rmd Powder Co., Johnson's Klsoniiue. -
I One of the simplot to make apretty In fostering tbe home manufacturer
wrijs his chosen weathcr yot
at destination
Iron and Buck Stoves and Win
King Range,
tlhf.11 I GERTRUDE COGllLANa contribute to tbe cause of labor. You OWl t
r J I.mois to taUia p"ee of permitting' at approximately the It to community In which you lire ant : COUP &; Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather \lasurr.iII

lawn or inu'lii square or 111011111)):. a>! same date year after year.Country blob contributes to your inpnort. I Made Railroad Color

I 'sirl'tl. for the center, then ;a piece of Life In America. a Dramatization of Maurice Thompson's .
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.I unarming Romance Masonic Temple @ Pensacola Fin.
: : lace insertion narrow anJ of the lawn

f.11 and flnLsU with I'ithiT a rul1l.o( the WEEKLY HCIIEDULi (i -
The Woman and Her Face.
lawn ur of Uuv to match the iiiMTtion. Once time bad FOR STEAM: DIVISION ':
upon a a woman a 111i f lQ Viu u"The
:1 The back I Is of iviirse of the plain imiusij. 1 quarrel with her features because they 1 u PENSACOLA ELECTltIC TEltlll.A. I I TIME TABLE.

,: lin. The center and U\\u strip can be I
made ugly faces at her when she I. RAILWAY COMPANY. I ITralni i

,ij. hemstiu-lif doslutl or an initial can looked In the glass. She scolded and: Original Massive New York leave Pensacola for tie LI 151. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
be worLd in the ct-utiT. ; Bayou. Big Bayou,Warrlnfton,Navy Van
but it all did
bcoMcd no good. Scenic Production with Elaborate i IN EFFECT DECEMBER' 1. 11101
: and Fort Barranoaa at
" Tinally she sat In front of her mirror Electrical Effect i:
8:80 a. m.arrive at Fort Barranoat ':16a,1I
STATE OFHIOCITY TOL.KDO, l _Q_ and with rouge, powder and black 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barraneai loe a.D i New Orleans and .Mobile.No.6. .
SPECIAL NOTIPE-The Bu'ini> q Manager
Fort Barranoai
LVCAS COUNTY. deliberately to work to lOOp.m.arrlveat 1t6p.D
pencil went -
for Miss CoKlan haacontracted with us 8:80 p. m.arrive at Fort Barraneai 4:15 p -
f: FRANK J. CHKNEY makes oath show her face how wrong it was and to furnish four double two-horsw trucks to 0:15 p.m.arrive Fort Barrauoai ':00 p a So.6, So.t. I No.'. I No.1. No I.
that he is: Fbuior partner of the succeeded. haul tbe scenery .8:00 p.m arrive at Fort Barranca. S:45 p.1I 1:15 a 12:15! m 11:05 p Leave_ Pensacola_Arrlve 6:1.' a 6:00 p i:1JUIl:
Trains Uave Fort Barranoai Penia 8:50 a 2:21 p Ij a Leave_ Ylomaton 2M a 2110 p. T: II
:: firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing After a time she smiled a smile of Seats on Sale at Coe's Book Store oola at 11:00 a 4tSp 2:5Ii a I Lt-ave...._ Mobile __ Lean I2n'I I 12:16 II 6:00 IIn'

G11'j business in the City of Toledo, Intense satisfaction and her face Saturday at noon.ONENIGHTONLY.. ?:151.m.ftrrive. at at Pen aoolalli8. cols 8:00.. n __-___ 8'ip 7W' ) a Leave .Nw .Orlf'anll 1A''v" NfJ' p 1:15: a .._-
HMO p m. arrive p.n
smiled back her.
. county and state aforesaid: and that pleasantly at 2:00 p.m. arrive at pen.acola._ S:4S p.o North.
; Moral.-It is better to make up thanto 6:00 p m arrive at Pensacola __ 5t5pn
; paid firm will pav the sum of ONE FEB 18 TJOpmfl.arrtveat Peniacola_ f:4.p,
New York
continue differences. I I
I !;. HUNDRED DOLLARS for each WEDNESDAY, 8:45 p. in.arrive at Peuiaooia_ 8:110: II. a No. t. i No. .. No.1 No. i.
.h t. and every case Catarrh that cannot Herald. 'Saturdays only I 11:05pm 1:15p m LeavePenueolaArrtn OOpm OOam
.. TAKE FOE W-IK DATS. 8Uam S: 1pm Arrlve.. Moniomry _Leave IIUam 8lIIipm
be cured the of HALL'S
.J by u.e I. / 8QIj Mrlve_ ..van
to Kort Barraneai and torn 1I/iV am pm Hlrmlngbam ; 3am iu1pin
Pensacola r
CATARRH CrR\ V'nrelurned. HAVERLY'SM1VTL Yard and ..... ttiPtinsacola 7:06 p m 1IOa m Arrive...Nashville _Leave ,__._ _.. .
to Navy
'i'J. FRANK J. CHE EY. Mrs. Meeklns-What a nice lady Mrs. to Palmetto Beach and return return KPeniaoola 15> 2:3.1 am ,I 8:18 a m Arrive ._..Loulnllle ...Leav" ':15 p m 1:66: a III
Seldcn 1/IJam Jt:5 am Arrive ClncinnatLLeavs Sllopm' lIupm
Sworn before me and subscribed Is SUHD-Y ICHBOUDI. 7:;/0 a m I:*) p m Arrive .._..mSt. Louis .._,.Leave 415 p m st4lpmPENSACOLA ::
'.( in my presence this 6th day of December Mrs. Pratt-Is she? I never met her. MA T H !t Wben weatner permits the running C
\!: A. D. IS ti. "[rs. Mei'klns-lVrfect! I told her open coaches. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
1'.1 p today I was ashamed of myself be- Leave Peniaoola. Lv Fort Barraaoai
S Sam 10 a. m. No. 21-DaUy No II-DaUy No atop where time not shown No. J-Da1l7 'No. li-D.i J
! | SEAL j A. W. GLEA OX.I. cause I never Lad returned her call 11 a. m. II m. !

f'I' 1 __.-_, Xutary Public. and she said very politely you know, Direct from theIr Successful Run at theMetropolU III. m. I p..., 11:1\6 pm TOO a m Leave_ Pensacola.-Arrln 10:50 Pili :mpni
Theatre N. Y., with .... 1:11" Uobemla_ ". .
Ip.m Ip
10:11 fJS'
i Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally that 1 needn't worry myself; that I Ip.m p.m. 12:111 12:20"sight 7IS.' Ynlestra 10:86": 8:01":

,I I' and acts directly on the could keep it as long cs I pleased.- The Minstrel King *p. m p m. 13" 1t'J' N .I ..Eaeambla_ I. 10:112 II 6.67"
blood and mucous surfaces of the I p.m. p.... UIIIi" ':26 .". __ MuleS 10:21": 6:66'
I system. Feud for testimonials, free.F. Boston TranscrifLA.Led GEORGE WILSON ( p. ... 1 J... l539: 7:25 ___ Harp _._ .' 10:21" 6:60'
12:50" ':86 _GItClty_ 10:16" 67"
I J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 0 t'uacola So AI art Fom Barraneai aooAT NIy U:5I Al 7sa 8' N __ Milton 10:10 I. 6: "
and Auinered.Fenian a100andalOO! __ N _Good II I. .:66 II
!c *are and return_____ Bt 1:110 am Ranle
Dow old ? 1:66 to 8:15 N __ Holtl_ ._ 8:116" .:116"IJO"
? Lawyer- are you Peaiaeoia SO Palmttio B.M_ udrtinra. .. II1B8"
Female \\ltness-l'ou know well Other Famous White Celebrities Including .__ UhHafreiihl iSO .lI1l1lal1 __ ':20" ill
E. W. PEAKE the World' Kainous 8:88 N _.Creltvlew_ 8:11" 6:00"
,! cs I do that I'm Just a week younger elTd after 1:11.. B. 1:00" 8M ..DeerLand...... 8:66" 1:36"
No. 30 Eouth Palafox street, keeps 1:21" ':11 Mossy Head 8fO" 1:11"
than but If
you are; necessary- Carl Dammann Troupe, CHICWEYLR5 ENQU.N ':01" 8:811 .DeFnniakprlngL 8t8" 2:61"6:1'J
-., oil bell, wires and all kinds of Female Ln\yt'rbastllr-Xen'r) mind; II ,:.. II __ Argyle_ ,:.. Of 1:111"
r ERNYROAL PILLS ,:.0' ': 7' --Ponee dl Leon.- 7N" 1:11"
It Isn't News. From the Winter Circus Berlin
necessary.-Clllcngo Germany.
electrical supplies. Have him do O4g4a u4 5.I, .. :OO" 10:10 I N ___Weatvllle__ f:17 II IM"..
1 IAFL Ge..I. 6:08" 10:11I' N CaryvlUe......... 7:11 II 1:611
r'J work. Call phone 203. Containing More Mlrtb. Melody and w' A..iab4 Ladi..s.t'rtd --
your Try the NEWS want column. Music than any Comma Opera or fcr CIIICQESTEK L'iGLlSH I.a" 1010 N _Bonltay_ 1:66 II 1:2T"
Musical Extravaganza ill. ICED. uin4 .....\. _.... OPUI 1:00" IOa7" _..Cblpley......... 1:31" I 1:06"
1 n k nbHoB.. Take..Mer. II ... 8:18" 12:811 lion
ever written also --,... ......,.IJea..a4 1ts.. 8m 11(11" Cottondale ..
ti.... s.,ef,...Ie.fg.t.or...t 4. 10 '::00" 11:20" _Martalilla 8:00' U:16
Greatest Minstrel -po for Peala... Tf.tI.. ';10" 116" _Cypress.-- :8ll"I 11:66 111I
aiative The Bandthat .UU I
: L gromo Quinine A P1l en every I'I ow..lloller'.,....'....*_.57... 1:60" 11.51 II _Grand Rldge..... :82" 11:12 "
C.Q'kL .1,__ I UPS !.IIali.... J..0e ,--....... .....J 7:118.. 12:01 noon _._ tlnead. 6n" 10:50I
r euraaCaNIDODeh1. 2 (!). 2Sc* : ever crossed the Continent. -"i&0:1.,.Dr... ..lIa"a(.Ieh.lOcl'UUoA.: ,t.ealeal. .5..,.. : U U" Arn'eB1Tlr''Ilietloll _Leave 610" j IDS,


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REMEDYjs THIS CATARRH ometkIag la the IVImd. _I_ A. SUCCESSFUL[ DEVICE[ [ t" 1.I i'ti

9IV&sTISFlhbON> CurseDRiNK HARD !;,'.Jr... .. i"d"J: :

I Original] OF :: ..' '}' 'ifjh
In the autumn of 1S76 I was traveling -

tsCre11B1mG' in Europe with my family my wife i'iti'l r
g.4irI at Onte..ij.tlie BRICK
.'' Mil.... .. and two little daughters, and the 30th
11 dl'- _i' .
I tbe .
.'a : '. 11tL' of November found us at a small RusSIan 'f
;...d 01tibrfl' 3
.'atarrI1dr'V' ,, "nUl and village at which the railroad ter i .- 1ALMS
.Ii'U CtI minated. The distance to another rail- '
.Ii' ""ulI'kly. j
I fl'::1P .:;-I. .''..- COW 'N HEAD road leading to St. Petersburg was d..

\1.1' Br.*... censes ol l*.te and Smell KPhiladelphia about three leagues and there was no \ ON HAND :. 3 t

f'-I ,'I_ .. at rullrlot'' or t., mall;Trial. >, '- way of getting over it except by means 1.0 taste. Xo xtur. (alt It yicrn it ylauojKater H .
t.LY tfltOFHFRM.York. I- i.
b2: \ DIIi,1 ... of a Russian tarantass. I hired theconveyance ,tea, or eofee irilhout patients tnoirttJge. l >
:' ''''' 11'1. landlord of the White Ribbon Remedy will cure ordottriy\ .HALF. J t
from the
I the dl'f'''.fU appetite for alcoholic etlmuianti .. : :. .
Inn the .whether tBe patient a eonUrinvd ;t /
at which we got a meal paying ...
Inebriate a tippler" social drinker or I j
old tad "n<1 the JDeabator.I. exorbitant price of 10 rubles. We were drunkard. Impo lbl"toranyc.ntf to have an -TO- 'I Of.'l!

The.. ij ijly, visiting an exhibition to have a driver who was to take the appetite for alcoholic liquors after using
: some 'Incubators wliich Beautiful ThoughtsThe tarantass White Ribbon Remedy } Y f'
s- back to the
.t 10 starting pointWe ONE MILLION
1\1' Indorsed by Member of W. C. T. U.
w"r.' : ci.o'.T and, complaining of the sweet pure breath of the babe is had not been long on the road u. .. _
tl't png! fowbi said that iftb. Wggestive of innocence and health.A Mrs. ;)toore.prl'Si superintendent or Wo- : : ;{
(\/0'10/ ; ( JI when I noticed that the driver was mea'i Christian Temperance Union Ventura 4i
she.would buy an mother's for children is inseparable J
.. ire rIJo'.lx'r / yearning California writes: "1 have tested
:y '..'':' m cnlne' After she bad from a love of the beautiful and looking about him timidly pricking up v> bite Rlbt01 Remedy on very obstinate ,

a c""[;;, 'I/;I',>ir, >us> juestlons the gentleman it sweetest behooves and ceryiomaa best influence to bring bear the his ears anti now and again turning drunkardsand In many case tbe tbe cures Remedy have was been given many se- Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. 'l:

tJ'ce; proceeded to( show bert Ledger. to oa backward. lie and I both spoke a lit- cretly. I cheerfully recommend and In-
: the subject of her maternity.To dnr H Wblte Ribbon Remedy. Members of
,i'! ., ,:: ,",trs> In which were deposited relieve pain and make easy that tle German, and in this language I cur Union are delated to flnd an economical ):

t, .\::::; dlffc-reiit stages. On these Sot the Same. period *hen life is born again, learned that It would soon be time for treatment" tu aid us in our temperance !

I'|..' .. : : II lliHiked In astonishment Toss-He said I looked handsome In the wolves to be out in force, and he work. ':, t 11

..\\ e claimed Indignantly.ji that gown. didn't be? Mother's Friendis was dreading them. Druggists or by mail, tl. Trial packagefree -- i: t' '

?" "Certainly" was Joss-Not exactly.: lIe said that I. is by writing Mr. A. Townsend
It for
: -v eggs; gown popularly USor< a liniment easily landlord c
'The didn't mention wolves,
," ''s astouishetl answer. looked handsome on j'ou.-Philadelphia* administered and for external use only. years secretary of a Woman Christ- Capacity 50,00 0 Daily. ; t

....\ .i! ..11 .\ "I consider It a per"to Tress. Pregnant women should try this remedy I said. tin remperame Union), 218 TremontSt 'j

.. pick tho pockets of it being undeniably a friend to her duringnature's ; "Certainly not. It would have Interfered Boston Mass. Sold' In Pensacola bY'' ;
Verj'onservatve! In all matters are ,
Irwrkln'! folks by selling term cf suspense anticipation.. with his furnishing; you the taranta -' :
i t the TurLs! and espoeially slow to adopt flother's Friend if used throughoit < ." Hannah Bros..218.1'alafoi st
aud-! Whianjliodycan
I" I 11 i i niwlorn improvements of kind. gestation will soften the breasts thereby
i ,.wis with eggs! 1 can do ItAJUdOI I any preventing cracked and sore nipples. All Horrified at evijh n remote chance of ci11an Brick Go 1

t -.] Globe.r I muscles straining with the burden wiJ encountering the hungry beasts, I was PEARL & DOLIVE. ,

,'!l"rt man's character the When a m-in quits smoklni? and goes I relax become supple and elastic from ita meditating turning back when there '
'lieu ln U much of hero.- Pine Barren, Fla. _
to ing not a continued application t1I ;
I] :; c-mctrn himself about hisr 1 came a distant howl. The driver no :
York Press. .\tdbon G1obt.VANTED5)>. a All fibres in the abdominal region will I Call on them at the corner of Gar- ,
New beard than he the horse \ .
sooner gave
respond readily to the expanding covet : Jen and Alciniz streets for carpenter -I BARKER'SHAIR '
containing the embryo if 'Friend a cut uhlch. with the fright! that had and electrical work.or phone 660. BALSAM I'

is applied externally during pregnancy.Of come HINDI tie animal at a sound he Clcuitrt md bniuiwt the hilr. 1
I Laxative Rromo Quinine ory J i on every : all reliable druggists $r.oo per bottle. I knew only too well made him spring P'WutUt Never Fnl. luxuianl to Bmtore,ruiith.Orn ..'
mfS I \Vnteforfrte book on ..notherhood." BAH W E: R SALVE, Hair to it* Youthful -
2' Sf box. 250 forward: at a mad gallop. Cum ""t'p ilitun, & b>jr 0j
Cures Cold nOne DayCripin_ Days_ limE BRADFIELO REGULATOR() CO. CA. I 6" .nt1 >t, llnwet
._-_- -_- -.- -- -- I .ATLANTA ''"' 11)' did jou risk our lives knowingcf the moat healIng:snivm in th... wnrirt I ? | mt 4

--I' tLIs: darker; I -ked. I !l

J. A. VAN PELT J- C. VAN PELT. "The wolves) rarely come in this region '
Old Age and Appetite. before the middle of December. j The Star L I d
Laundry ;
VAN PELT BROTHERS An English! scientist deprecates Increased This jear there has been more snow ,

eating as a means of keeping than r.snal to the north of us and It

GARDEN STREET GROCERS np the strength of those who are advancing has driven them down here for food." Biggest Busiest Best I t'l

; in years and particularly ob- There was another howl, this time :

Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of Jfcts to the repeated and general use much nearer. My eyes met those of _ .
of concentrated forms of animal nour- iny wife, and both hers and mine said r.

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Nhment for the aged. Ou'rnourKh- plainly.! "This means death." We then '

meat in old age Is apt to lead to pains glanced at our children, unconscious They Speak .j ::1for

and aches due to the impairment of of the terrible danger, snuggling 'to-
Fruits, Nuts, and all the DeJicacades of the Season., excretion, and a long protracted course. gether between us under the robes T:1.: ;

(Our Joods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the of o\erf ceding will end In nn attack of and our distress was tenfold. ;:
,gout.: E\cn artificial teeth are not to III pacing through the more unsettled 1hmsels'esWe <

Best, Freshest and Cheapest. be considered an unmixed blessing for ) parts of Europe I carried In my I' .

by a provision of nature the teeth begin hip pocket a medium sIzed revolver. : '
let the Shirt, Collars .
VAN PELT BROTHERS : to decay and become useless Just 1'hJs1'iIS the>only weapon at hand. I .
and Cuffs we Launder speak for t ; I
when tile system begins to thrive took it out and examined the six cartridges '.
themselves. will talk louder ': J !
without much animal food of coarse (I had no more) to make sure They .f.
filler. Indigestion; says the scientist. Is they were In order. I knew that every .I.aawecan. We want to judged I : t.t

mostly not a disease, but an admonition. wolf killed would delay the pak to more Of the work we do than by 1 ..t,";'.

"It Is the language; ; of the stom- devour the em'as. and if I could kills what we !ay.: ':; ',

nch and Is mostly an unknown tongueto >!x wolves at intervals there was hope '.i
Classified Advertisements. those who are addressed." It means that we might get through to the railroad I

that the IndIvIdual has not yet found j jhU station in Kifety. I told the driver ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called !for ail Delivered Free, I 1" :
npproprintc diet!! "'There is no
---- ._- -- which is whoUsome in Itself. had yet to go, and lie replied that it TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. 1. '

That f'iod N wholesome which is s>o to was t ..0 leagues lie then began to I
: tie Individual. I.i'U the. horse' uni-uaxingly; s-huutin ,

I to him like a madman.! ..------ ._ J. ....p ,
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in Black The ('rnrt)' Turner. It was but u few iii'nutts! now before :. .

and White." more JJy this pupils; It appears! that an old farmer near the: vdives lift the wood and one 'FT'l. ...._- ... ..".4-u-b. .... -. ..;. ... .... ..".-- .'..;,4-... .........;----.;'. ... .;,.,--.-....'..'..'-Ti: Ii',.
MONEY TO LOANi fystpm anyone l- -'"-.--. ---. ---_, -" --" -". -- -" ---." --,---, .,-
can learn to draw anything; Iloiuhton o'wneil n large: pile of small j I (iilkl MO them In the load coming; I .IJ. > -S l' -I:, I' 1

they wih. allsize.. Even children stones with which he wishtd to fill a with lijJitning leaps. I told my wife
(I': .' : terms and ten years old can learn. Every ditch but he had already get about to get down into the bottom of the |t Roberts & Dailey r
W : :" ; .y. ,
..1.V.. liULLAKD, pupil endorses it. Come in and as much work out of his boys as they tar-u.tass with tlio children and eovirLtrsdf :
-. :, ii'. 1'iufox, U p. taJrs. see for jourgflf Otis: A. Miller I were willing to do. especially ns it wns! and thnn with the robes.! Iv.t1ehiet1 f\: -DEALERS IN f'\
J. ,\VifJox, M a nller. studio iu S..Ii"bnCBuih.lin, !!' iit'ariiig the hour for n ball game. The the be.T-ts snarling auil biting t
-- -.- --- old man wns bound to have the stones I at one another and when the leadr I
JIn.M I \ i.) I.OA.N-W. U. Men.w -Any one wanting: a i isuinnifer luou-d nnj'how, and so. pretending to I cine within shot I aimed carefullybUween
-. 'I.i l I... ui A ;ent. Motley to home in the m.J.JlltalUsC.1U | have disco\ered a nest of snakes in the his gleaming ejis and firl'lI.1 (

i i. i:. >: r.. i-.. ::..ihl". rate of interest exchange property in Florida !I ditch, began stoning_ ;: the place where !. and he to IL In an Instant as I t'Xlx'Ct- $; New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. |: :: ,J '

', : t i ir: a.; OHice! 112 andIi' or South Heor u for njual value ] the snakes were alleged to be. The ed, I.eI ns King torn to pieces by the i %
&v ,! I' in.i:nii'i -tret1.MONi iu A-.he\ille, N. C. Will trade up I' boys, who a few minutes before were rest of Hie puk.' l.y this means l sue- (1:1:) FRIXH SUPPLY OF l(j jrii 4 ;.,

up to $10UCOorle-s( Otis A. Miller, and listless were now nIl life nrded in gaining half a league before, :
weary ; : .
!() \ Ul l.IN1; ) 1111 unproved Salisbury Block, Peuacola.14flmFOII and animation. 1'ach threw stones as they came upon us again. My next RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS &:j ; 1: ;r ;

i u -' .t' in l.tru: *-r tuuilln fast as he could grab thorn, flint the iu'.! shot was Miviml ju"t as the tar.intass W. OF ALL KINDS. JjJjjl I 1'\

.'iI i .'- .it ion rite of interest.; ;. was soon in the ditch. There are two bounded in the air over a rut and ; FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. [fjff v. (
l'.4"" i 1. .1 I.-I: K llmok-. attorney &4AL41 ( (( ] '
morals to this btor}'-firs-t, when you was not effective. I nred a cam and j.
'i I nW I .:". i : :n. II.lf..x :M., FlitleC:{lIIlml; I FOR---L .::-The most- desirablelots i set about killing a snake throwing 1 dropped i mint her wolf, with the Mine ,.|; ROBERTS & DAILY I $: ;; l .1 I

-- ,, in the city on ea-y teiin by stones is a gladsome occupation; second result: as I it-fore in delajing the pack.When ) .

\lt1 Nl F\' 10-DAY-lA( > you heed the Fisher Heal J< tate Agency. In selecting n father be careful we were about a league from F tJ! 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. IJ(|l ;: !

x "u can borrow any 20-P 2 South Palafox. lSilmI nut to choose a !liar.-Detroit Tribune I the station I tired my fourth bull, but & Pa .. .in1. .-,(;., I'la. ;& ; ..ttk:
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\ i w.mi tod iv <>ii easiest u it was getting dark my aim was ..
:1' i : w.I rutfi anywhere U) rEL..... I A HlftVreiioe.An I as bad.: and! I missed. I tired aeain and I ..=-',...*._....___ ..f..-_ _.'.,....w.--..__'.'..-_-_ ....-_-_ ...".1.-r-_-_ ..*.-'__ .....-_._ .",.-__ .-..-__ .."sm" ,. .,,r"..' 'I

.I.' .. i-i j'fotej city real American girl pretty and I.right, mis I' t. I had Imt one shot Uft. ,, !! ...1..

ii 'I Ui.i. Flsbtr! 2U4JJ ft. COMMERCIAL; HOTEL, lit) In- had been s-pciidiug some tlaie In Leamington in:: till the foremost beast was 'ait-I rt'. :

1'1': i 'I. lu-tl teudttieid. Everything new ; all Knglojid. a few paces of me, knowing: that there HALL & KLEIN tij

modern convenienceM ndtraterte The afttrnoou before her departure was but one Mmt lift, I fired and ': ;,
I I \ w .:it t ,. n.-rrow money, In- ,; to trau-lent;;. Desirable Clay remembered that several .
she suddenly dropped the wolf.

.i.-'i:.\ iiitinjour, 4io'l title iiniperty, buy or boarders- taken.FlUSTCLASS ajlll.- -- _.- I books from the public library should Why this carcass!!' PO slijlitly d. l.iyeil 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. :j "I'

ot"ti I bo returned. She took the volumes. the pak I d<' not Inowt any rate
-tati imt property day board can be
I sallied forth and I'resently encountered had gaiiud but a n'l.irter of a
hIr"llt" colir load at the New Commercial we
.' taxes attenil'-U 110 Intendencu street. Popularto hotI'l.l a }oin K11 el i simian whose acquaintance league when they wire on us asal'i. I Staple and Family GroceriesSelect ( J

.1'MIiLn.C.1: \\' :;to'1 ; to trail-lent' 2.1jlm: I though brief had not been with "1 have no more cartrldst:: : I crud .,

'. .-tte: ami 1 n".urauct'I" I. I IHuurtllllJ out attraction. to the driver. "Make him do nil you "
\ 1111, Kl.i. Charges ,: llou-e. "lleallv. now. how queer you American cai)." Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. '1 ,

I \tryoue who buy? girls are!" he said. "Now, I sup- Give me a knife quitkI": lie tried. \

Heill lend liiuiieyuiKl BOARDING HOUSE at Wbeelet.springs IKI-C If you were at h"ino. walking on I took tint in}' pucketkinfe antI oi>en- Poultry Eggs and country Produce : : I

a liou-e." J-ti i Mary Ether, FU.. )lrs.,1, rift avenue. jou would never be seen ing the sharpest blaJe, handed it to I t. ;J
Condon propneirtss. All fl'llnlulnr all tht"-e Ioflks.'rtaitly ." i ,
with a him not knowing what he Intended todo. :
1t\IHCC.I i )"" I comforH of home at very reasonable I "(\," slio qukkly and lie leant our, and a moment Telephone No. 358. .
Northern touri-U
rates. .
answrrwl.: "If I were In America t. "i>)\.
"- \ : find this an ideal place to -pend a i archly :Inter 1 saw the horse leave the! taran- ,I 11 ,
:.LIIIXK l -Munufac- of the reason.1CK.MOV.VL.. 12nll11 the gentleman would U carrying tl"S and. relieved froni' tin' load, shoot
i r 111 irair Hoods, portion them." like 'kit. The man had cut the f
,UncleHiir: til : iii: .
.. traces. Horror stricken at his act, .
tovernuienttreet, : n"'ln. f.Emhassju'ors j
_.. An Antoicrnph .
-- --- I IB. knowing! that the wolves! would lie o-i .r;
I I1'JI II L. IHA\lOXD. the tailor has re- receive many quocr roqucfets us at oiiie. I crouched down innUr the S 8 Years Old' I i.i Cases of 4 Full' Quarts, at $3.20 per cast A'.t
\\ :\ ) In the course of their oHcialdntiis. f': t tTH1ti
inovnl to ll1;. \\'e*t Governmentstreet that sent to I robe I could leo] the taranta sliding -- .- i
Here S one was
'.4 '. oppoiUe Expre-s otli e. I en till. btrikliis_some object it "uddmly : '
\tUNi MEN from western who WHISKEY: distilled at the Nelson Co. : :
Mr. by n .
where he is prepared to clean repair anwlnle I he id tl,'
.1 :'y .it once ti> pre- and ladies'; and senilemen inclosed pieces of linen when he wa I stopped ., Di-tlllery 8j1d is fully matured in wood ,;..1'
ntIill the Govern- I -.' toilor press 111adp"t ltij3mI' minister to Germany many years ago: puck :go yelping I"t! us. Then I heard before bottling. It is absolutely pure and not ex- ,' ; -rq.
Apply toM "We are going tc>> give a fair in our si frightful; shriek from the horse. celled in quality by any \Vhi-k -y of the same age : L JtJ
:itI'urre*. Int.I2oLmr I :\lIlt'cllnnt.uu.... I II" 1 making as autograph Throwing; off the (over I looked ahead no matter where produced. The Royal Ktandard ; ::, '
Rpidla.. church and am thepwir is eight old when !bottled and t V
and saw the wolves dinging t< :! years con-idering / j'
d.\wlm I - -- quilt. I want you to get me the autographs belSt.'Coir.e. its excellent quality, i* the cheapest' whlkeyin ,

-\\-\ ANYONE wanting: bored well of the emperor and erapross, the ) ." paid the driur. "They will the market at that price. A-i a beverage, and as .;. .' fan .
::.'...v.'uiper-ousoi char- i fence posts or anything in the grocery crown prince and llisinarck and tell ab-olutely pure stimulant, there is none better. : '. "
-I reputation in each I or dry goods line will do them to beery careful not to write scion turn on us Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to L' 1"
'.' : :'iicouuty required) wi"*>lv before purchasing to !ee D. He pointed to a bou!'e eo far away '
I i too near the edge: of the squares as a indicate contents. If purchaser npon examining :
and ad\"erttold e-- I M. Merritt. Olive Fla. jl'lm seam has to be allowed! for putting that I knew it would be impossible to the whiskey. Is not eati-fied with the quality he -'
: wilthy bu-iues houeuiei reach It In time. I was turning; hither can return the same at our expense and money H iI -.
.. ", taiodirig. balaryrv.y H. ALFMAN, umbrella maker 315 them together. and thither to hind some other straw to I will be refunded. H .

\ ; expni-es addt- i South Palafox street. Re covering cling to when heard shots ahead, and i- ... All orders should be accompanied by either ,
j ;all diyable in cu..h of umbrellas and An Anfnl Jolt.Miss .
and repairing I I ZIGNT YLA** OLD currency postoffice money order bank draft or ex- _
I Russian
.. h ad'I will become there was a large: wapon.;; rw
\Nediie-"diy fr "
m Cuttinirthink .
.1' p-trasols a specialty.: Silk covers .1 you draw three horses from which several 7' press money order. We refer to First National ..
",,;\! and carriage: fur- always on hand. Jan 3 I quite a distinguished man if youlive by 1 -" Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. I .
; firing nt the wol"e.hleh :;, ,
-II tactsuHeIer.- I men were f '< o
b. '"t'If-addrtS't'd eu- C" 'nl, atl (-'n: -tu111t>"' Ions enougiLoftlelgbThanks awfully. doncher ,. were galloping: away toward the ]"' !

Uot.oLial: Co., Uaxt\'u ..- -- ; what do -aw cover of a clump of trees. : : S. A. FRIEDMAN i. ,;
know. By the way. you ,
velvet -
I>!o' : That was the end of the adventure. \
--- : -think I will be distinguished;: foil? .' ,
Silk. Satin aud other materiiU.
Mon learu buibt-r Without a word my wife and I jumpedinto c SOLE PROPRIETOR PENSACOLA, FLA. '
u : can be rented at Mrs. E. D. Miss Cutting- Longevity. Chicago then embracedthe ;j1 i
.. i i I", nu, : each other's arms
diplt po-it.ois .
Nordstrom's Millinery Store. A1.oMak. :New!.
ain irriiniitpSlim' *. Fal-e \OP Wig* and children. At the hou-e I have mn"ntk'ned P. O. BOX 418. IIU; ;(>IIO ,f: 170 : :
iud by our methods of ; we pot conveyance to the station .
Hal Goods at No. 11 Ent lateni Calling the Roll. : ._
..n iiitiuuCataloaue the driver back to his --- -- I
if'i xp dencii :street near Palafox. "Was It an entertaining affair? and I "l'nt : ,

muled\: Caroa-free.i I 'Very. First a man got up and sans: : master with the nits nge that. while I L.iSAPaIrflMM 11 handle every cla@sofI..lquonsold. In 4f "
> r College rj.
New ()rl:....,,*, Lt. I on.STOn.r..a.: Are There Any More at Home Like, was sorry for his hor"I would rejoice henossessed I '- ; bulk or bottle wholesale or retail at prices that ;ij :;;1
im Hini taa Ha.i EwaS : You?' and then a lady arose and re at his losing all the property are way down. :!
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W N lean the Free MAKT1X K. OLCOTT. g ..
\ i EI-\ll kind of empty beer cited 'We Are Se'en.Detrot! I. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. rl

.. 5 s-. A. Friedman. c9-tl j l4 III t1lt J.I # Press. _ Only lOc week for the NEWS ., .' ..'
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r" As nearly as every one knows Baking I THIS AFTERNOONEighteen ISliRTURN
:, Powder Is a suberam- ed for aerating Dread THIS
If Powder is coranoeedof -
I j. or making It rttw. Baking
\ the right maferUlB.cmnrfullr blended .A A
together in exact proportions it remains in per-
1."S condition go long as it is kept away from air fined recruits from the Columbus -
,- addad to Baking Walker.twhite, was
and molMura. A..n. water -
: Powder different chemicals atone begin the mayor this morning for Barracks will arrive on tbe 4
to act upon Mwb oilier, and In et doing, liberate: TO LAUGHllS
.,:; gas wblc-to, in ewnpine, rawer the bread and an immoral house. o'clock train this afternoon and will
makes it|*>rou Tbe value of Baking Powderdep' !
nde Ion the amount of gaa it will generate. Gonzalez and Ed. Ditmars left betaken to Barrancas on the steam-
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-GOOD Ll'CK" will generate the largest
amount of gas(16 Per....nL' and, therefore requires a. m.-today for the northern General Erench immediately upon
Bargains that Out
only one rounded teupouuful of Powder BargainsAll
the to their
10 He quar\of nour. county pursue their arrival.
at vaccination Bargains !
Richmond Virginia.I .
Hawthorne, Miss E. Haw- And It's All OH Account of Our 3IOXSTKK
: and .Mrs. J. E. Massey of

Ala, are at the Mer- ODD
for a short stay. !

I 1iLEiES1 9. a. m. bell at the police sta- COTTON .REPORT-
I $3 60 Men's shoes
the hour cf nine an hour now._____................... _... ,$2.79

..............>............ today and many people turn- Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. $3.00 Men's shoes now
watches hour. ............. $3.41
Mrs. R. B. Simpson left Saturdaynoon up an Lowe & Co. $2.60 Men's
shoes kid lined
for a short visit to tier sister, carloads of creosoted pil- Spots. now__. $1 Os

Mrs. Menefee in been stacked at the navy Good Middling..9 1-1 Cable Screw shoes
Montgomery.A now____.. ...__.. .. gsc
be used in the construction Strict Middling..9 1-8

very enjoyable bay party was front improvements. Middling ............ ...... ....9 $3 50 Ladies' shoes, now .._._.._..._<.... $2.78
given Saturday afternoon by the
.officials of the L. and N. railroad British steamship Trojan from Strict Low l\Iiddling..8 1316 $3.00 Ladies' shoes, hand sewed, now $2.39

to Mr. M. M. i and the Italian steam- Low Middling..8 1.21{
complimentary Stephens
mayor of Ea-t! St.! Louis, his from Portsmouth, Va., Tone Steady. I $2.00 Ladies' shoesnow_ ........._. .... $164

wife and Mr. Mrs. II. D. Culver Saturday for Pensacola. FUlt'IlHS. $1.25 Ladies'
and shoes now ..._ ... S9c
of V eed'>>burg, lad. After a run to Meadows, the widely known March .. ........ .... .... ...... ...9.32: : .nn. n..n.

-he gulf, by the Uivy yard( and : -shot" from Nashville, is at May................. .... ........9.40 i iI THEY ARE ODD LOTS AND MUST GO. WE JIAVE ( I.IEl>

forts a step of thirty minutes was i and will go into the -- I I SIYLES NOT MENTIONED, which we will gladly show Gull w

made at the life savin.; station! on I of Jackson county for a" few NAVAL feTOHl'M MAKKKT.tteported I -- -- ."...

the way hume. Anlegaii: : lunch : : Da ly for The New. b
rvtd. Abjut twentyfive'guest MEYER SHOE CO.
Union Naval Stores Co.
: hours
4 p. m. train was two ,
this delightful
enjoyed trip. !
j minutes late yesterday, 11081111.
I i crowd of people around the WW____.ft 25 H"___ __r2 toWG Feet Furnishers for CavIi Only.

Miss Nelley Key-er entertained at ;, i _____ 355 G_---.- 2 051 102 SOUTH
for the PAI/AFOX
waiting Sunday STREET.
a valentine dinner Saturday even- !!I M____ S B5 F_____ 1 I IM
ing. The dining room was artistically i- were anything but(,leased. _____ 345 E4 1 niK.3u

decorated with ferns and i>I advertisement of J. E. Long D.____ I 9a ___ ___ __ ,
!| L- '_ 2 b.i c.t below__ I titlIRIT8 ;; : --------- r------ __
palmi, and hung: with bamboo on appears in today's Issue of the TUKnlllTllUG5bld.MARITIME.. -- --

which was placed large red hearts. I' Mr. Long is one of the most W5252.S2S25252.2S25252S2 g
Ready for Your
The snowy table was strewn with j I contractors in the city and fJ I

hearts of different sizes and valentines wanting to build should con- rn m Inspection and Profit

, The low heart centerpiece .
I was, filled with red carnations; a i M with the Swellest Line T I
south face of the court house

I large vase of red carnations decorated has been very dim for the past ('LEA RED. i mrn. of Laces Galoons
one end of the table, while at Am ft tuIonareb., 11.:!, Freemont for ( )
and is a source of com- Sew Orleans and sailed '
the other a handsome candelabra, ; from the hundreds of i ; ill Swiss, Nainsook andEMBROIDERIES

t with with little red candles red hearts and on white them shades, was up Palafox street after CO TO SOL CAHN & CO.'Sand (q? ?CaS254445 Cambric .. .. .. : ,II I

placed. The place cards were little
A. Quina has returned be served with Malta-Vita and '
valentines with small envelope attached il
i La., where be went to receive a Cook Book Free.
r with card inclosed bearing

, name of guest and Hostess with date. he the progress interested.of an A oil well SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER Ii? ....It's Been Our Pleasure to Offer. .. .1
was story :.
The souveniers were little heart- I 1' 1

shaped bowboniers full of ban bons?,; i success in another of column the well of may this is-be I RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS : New Spring Percales. White and Colored \
those for the red'
girls I
> t ; striking d.rpartureover old de I II
I heart with name: of the boy to take I LINE. i I : : sign, and controlled exclusively by Wais tin gS.I .

her in to dinner. I I ISeventeen : tc I I i us* Heavy gelling coin on In I
I Bierne arrived Saturday, afIi \\' .
I Ii
15c 81"tlIkph'l'er12rc })artrnentwherestyle, good\ InHiiil -
. covers were laid, the studied the intricasies of I The Pensacola, St. Andrews and ( ; c .. .. ...ndl.'lIrlt'ly ntmuml.. LtIniHginablt .
dinner being served in live courses. : machines in the Gulf has fixed I' H 12C waist laiH'rs' wia.t-Km i rlce utacliKl
Ii Steamship Compiny ( ., Cllit' I'l'r10 C to all.ottneKtitrilHavklm1.l.utl.lght .
: The bright and happy party were : office at Tallahassee.. I' following schedule and rates to ( ) :\ 1QL' f(
:1 Miss apply between Pensacola and the ) Weights-Airy Deslgus. I lot JZ'i!, 15, Z3 UP 10 UU1-,
Nelley Keyser, Miss Mabel : of that city says Mr. -- -
points named : t ))
E i'? Goode Mobile, Mis Roberta Fishier has the making of a first- :
SCHEDULE. i :. 15 doz-CeIebratc! "Standard Waists 15 doz ;
: Miss Ada Hilton Oref'u1I..s Eleanor in him. I
) ) :Mercerized Madras and White and White with
Pique Colored
Steamer Tarpon will leave "
; Marvin Miss Mercedes Pensa-1
Salt ,;, Solomon'v. Will Porter and Will cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 ; ( Stripes' augment the stock for this week's selling '

, marsh, Miss Cera Louise !Simpson, negroes, convicted at the re- o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile ; '; $1.00 $1.25 $150 $2.00 up to $3.75. fI i
Miss Mentona Sublett, Mr. Richard I' train and the P. & A. accommodation I
, Abercrombie. Clarence Avery, term of the criminal court, train. ThU will enable a J They are swell creations of the WaNt 1lakf'rlArt. Look them "

Mr. Preston Avery.Mr.Dndiey Hunt taken to the convict camp of person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., over; it will be1 pleasant and profitable.

Adams, near Caryville, to make close connection at Pensacola '
Mr. Clement Blount, Mr. Earl: Ly.1 1 and reach St. Andrews the :; I
out their terms. Porter will next :

, tutu Trabue Keyser., Mr.Sublett S. R and Mallory Mr. ,Campbell Jr., years.five years and Brown for morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. KATES. I W...J. :B. ORB iSa

r The passenger rate from Pensacolawill
i After dinner, music and dancing Sellars, colored, was bound be as follows: .
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t were enjoytd.The the county authorities today To St. Andrews and St. Andrews

" I e of assaulting a Greek point?-$S 00; round trip $10.
( To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- D. HALEVILSON
Married Apostolo with a rock about ,
i Young; Couples'Six- I $8 i 50; round trip $15.,
' Handed Euchre Club met Saturday: I" ago. The Greek had been These fares include first-ciass

J f-rening:. with Mr. and Mrs. J. E'I 1 I country about two weeks and cabin, stateronn and meals. (,I Real Estate and Rental

t Maxwell, at their home on the very dim ult to draw a state Further inft rmation can be secured ) Agent,
him in the city court. by applying at the company's offices I i
shore. I '
in the Thiesen building.udgiu's ,
1:3,41 South ralafov Street,
Four tables were filled : the score Evans who has been en- I,

I cards were fancy valentines. The in tbe office of the Tallshas- T ILEPHNE NO. 234. PENSACDLAFLORIDA

: prizes' were awarded as follows: !| ; Tallahassee for the past sev- : 3 ,_ {lie, ZBest for 5c. i .
For the ladies highest: ; score to'! arrived here Saturday' !

1 Mrs F. J. Wilson, a handsome picture ':l I for the purpose of instructing I j STATEMENT- I ...SPECIAL SALE...

; the ladies booby, a valentine,1,! in the workings of the j Ma ti to Miss Chipley. Consolation to Mr. j machine in this office. i of Honda showing the amount of taxes I
charged to the tax collector of E!!camni&cuuntv. : -AT-
J. E. :Maxwell a beautiful Royal ,| ; is a thorough machinist. j hlorida. to Iw collected for tile tax i
year l'!+>2!and the apportionment of same to
t }"Ilse.. The gentlemen's highest : : a trip to the navy yard ; the several funds for which such taxes have
made Mr. W. B. been levied,including poll tax with couuty ,
l score was by with some friends
j school tax:
Wright, the prize a large heart.I, Total amouut charged to I BRAWNER'STo
I .
n taxes .. .._... ... .. $716125
:\\1 shaped cake. Mr. W. K. flyer, Sr., Total amount collected to
Feb d, Una.. _.___ .... 1 1,0150
the valentine.
won booby a FOR -I

:served. Balance.- ......_- =fS.4H-==43: I make room for my Immense Stock of Spring

County tax proper... "..", $19,013 TiAmountcullected I
!j special dummy at 12 o'clock. THIS NECRO to Keb. Goods which is now Arriving Daily.
I 6,]\*tt..----,_ ....._. 8,1M till Ui.'t: 01 I ,
! County school tax .-. ....I3J.: "li 02
1 1 Miss Belle entertained her Amount collected to 'eb.d .
Hyer ,lyiu___._._ .._.__ B.OM :;)- 2VSU :5J i 3000 yards; of 79 Soft-Finished I I 30 doz Men'H All Wool RP'd Undershirts .
f! friends at a valentine luncheon dressed negro for the County road and bridge Bleached Domestic, worth 6c, to worth $1, special 75c; drawer*

Saturday. The decorations were days has been making tax: __ _... ._........ IH,:19 01 make room, at 4tc; yard. to match
Amount collected to Feb.
i handsome potted plants and the of the front 11,1\11.13\ ._._ .._. ___ 2.119 74- li.lW T 30UO yards Fitchville 4 4 Bleached 47 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Rainy-
. going on porches
Domestic worth 9 to make Day Skirts, worth f1.5O, special sale
chandelier was shaded with red County line and forfeit ::, room,
for the one purpose of ure tax..__ ? ...... $ 19>I7) at 7c yard. 98d each.
heart valentines. Over the round Amount collected to Feb 29 Ladies' Ready-to-Wear IbIllY-
... .. ._. 2500; ) yard* Lonsdale and Fruit 4-4
table with its and I anything be can lay his 6 Silt} 731 o23.03; 79 Day Skirts, guaranteed all 'i\'U A I,
snowy drapery
" County bond tax ._.........$ 2,9-.1 *) Bleached Domestic, worth lOc to worth each
;A+ perfect appointmentswere scattered j on. Yesterday it is said he Amount collected to Feb. make room at 8,140 yard. $4, special sale $2.18
6,1'jK.i__ __ 4W W- !,43U 85 60 Ladles' Black and Colored
'il t ferns and violets; the centerpiece !j' several houses and when de 10,000 yards -1.1 Unbleached Do- Worsted Skirts, worth f 1.50, special

was of narcissus and ferns. Heart- I'I, he Balance_--.-. $62.94445 mestic, worth Cc, to make room, at sale 98c each.
made that
an excuse was
i shaped bon bon dishes were placed j' Clerk Circuit Court. 4lj'c yard. 37 Ladies'! Black Tailored and Figured
here and there, and each souvenierwas a position. At one place It [ ByH. II. UCRTOS. D. C. '' 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand Sheeting Skirts, worth $2 GO to W, special
i' I that he endeavored to -- worth ISc, to make room, at 133 sale $1.93 to $4.98 each.
a little heart, tilled with bon '
l' STATEMENT yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool Came 3
i- bon;!. The place cards were valentines I thermometer after having ap- i 10UOyard9l04 Pepperal Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. splalildrawers *:-

4 with name of each guest. i a bouquet of highly Made under Section 35,Chapter 4113;, Laws t Sheetihg,worth 23,, cto make room, ; to match, in Whit-.
of Honda, showing the amount ofi Red and Fawn colors.
( served in at IS'jC yard.
was seven cour es
: flowers. i taxes charged to the tax collector of Ki-: 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbf
r The delightful party were, with camilla county Florida to be collected for 750 yards; 10 4 Pepperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined Undershirts *s
the tax year I*>1,and tbe apportionment of >:
.i Miss Belle Hyer, the hostess; Misses same to the several fund for which such Sheeting, worth :tic, to make room, 25c; drawers to match.
Helen Fisher, Adelaide Bell, Lizzie i taxes have been levied. Including poll tax I at 202 yard.Remember. 24 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray ar 1
Gras with school
i tax
county : I we carry a fall line ofBoys' Red All Wool Undershirts at & .
Fisher Em. Turner Merritt, Grace
Total amount charged to
Leilia Abercrombie Kitten taxes__. ..---.......- f71,'>T7 4; I Pants, from 3 to 16 age, at I drawers; to match.
Reilly Amount collected to Feb. prices to suit everybody. I We carry a full line of Ladies
Merritt Clara Bell, Miriam Blount, 'i 0,1W3\ 67,122: 11 I 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Men's and Boy's and Girls' bbjes

Janey Knowle, Florida Zelius; I Ball jCONCORDIA Balance___.. __._ $_/i..i26\ Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; that we can save you 25c on.
Jones I drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line
Winston ,
Mary Wright, County tax proper___f\3'f'S 13 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Un- of Men's Clothing Bougnt at We on

; Harold Wright Ashton Brosnaham, l Amount d, It Si collected_ .._ _to_ieb. .12,554'41511 j2 dershirts, worth SAc, special 35c; dollar. We will close them out at
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i Boykin Hyer, Campbell Jones and HALL,.... County school tax__..._.t31,43. 2>) drawers to ma tcb. j Just price off other merchants.
Rob Hyer. Amount collected to reb.
:I i dlwa" __ _...._._ a,0*) 67-1 IZSSa
( Njcht, Feb. 24th, County Road and Bridgetax
fo Mines Grace Baxter and Mable ._ _____._$1S,2334 We will Close Out Any. Winter Wool Dress

t Stebbins of St. Louis, arrived yes.f I AT 9 O'CLOCK. Amount 0,1VUS_collected___to_Keb._ 17,774 8t479 49 Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
County Fine and Forfeit
terday and will spend some time at )
Il'SICt ure Tax_____.._1 8,5111 07
DiFuniak where they went this collected to Feb.
Amount :
morning.The LARGE DANCING HALL. II, 11103______ 8, 15-1 170 92 AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATENTS.
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maskers will be examined at County Bond Tax. S 2,4U7 43
collected to Feb.
: attention of purchasers of will and be no admitted.objectionable char-'. ,1W3____.___ !ol* O9115 M Berter. the Place, r E. PDAIWMCR

dry goods is called to the change in Balance ___?._ { 4.755 M ,
the advertisement of F. E. Braw- .TICKETS 50 CENTS. A. M. MCMILLAS.ISEAL. : .
r .] Clerk Circuit Court.
; tier, which was received too late fork begins after Carnival Parade. By it. H. Barton, I>.C. 105 S. Palafox St.



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