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 21, 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
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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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j'fo, Feb'y inh. Near Enough lectures on economic questions under

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rat ::' rooks, Jr., at St. Luke's Hospital, vents That Being Done Visitors Will Clark of Cedar Rapids la, a memberof THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE : I fi

j' '?'" Y//o New York city. Death was due to the anthracite coal strike commi- ."' ,.
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<;, pneumonia. Deceased had been ill Ships aLong sion. -.J "

", "" ..t only about a week and it was not until Distance. Mr. Clark is the representative of
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LL Ji Saturday afternoon that organized labor on the commission. In

was considerde dangerous. His I his address tonight he defended the
Conrressman 5Iccki on Ohio.
Pensacola harbor is the only safe I
H n. Pivid Mcckisoa la veil knows family was promptly notified by tele- union and the right to strike in sup. NAVY UNION
anchorage on the Gulf coast for the'
r'l' ',' la liii own State but through. graph and and Capt. and Mrs. W. B. DECIDED TOOFFERMEDAL port of a demand for better conditions. ; ;

at Ai: ,t-rica. Ho was elected to the largest vessels of the United States .j ., ..'
Brooks left for New York on the He said, however, that all such conflicts -- "j
i : : large I navy. Ships of the Indiana's class \ ..:
: .. noon train yesterday. The patient must be conducted with a proper .
cannot even enter Mobile harbor; Ad- ANNUAL BALL WAS GIVEN AT
in his section of the State.
1t j"31\rty died at 11 o'clock last night, several respect for the law. .

0' r one flaw mam-d tho otherwise miral Higginson would trust none to" .
: :.',to success of this rising etatesIL. hours before his parents could have "If organized labor cannot work out WARRINCTON WEDNES-
enter New Orleans port and substituted -
Catarrhwith its insidious ap- reached his beds \ e. No announce- SONS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTIONKEEP its salvation without resorting to un-
dmd U-naciotw was his the small second class battleship DAY EVENING. .;;
grasp ment has yet Been made as to when UP THEIR PATRIOTIC ACTIONS lawful acts," he declared, "its eXIst- ,<
: unoonqnered foe. Fur thirty years Texas for the formidable Massachusetts If.
v teed; unsuccessful warfare against the body will be brouht to Erie or ence cannot be defended." '
and now the fact has developedthat Warringtou Fla., Feb., 20.-The -'
Iter&onal At last IVruna .
] enemy. the time of the funeral. Mr. Clark says:

to the rescue. lIe writes: Galveston harbor has proven un- annual ballot the Army and Navy j :
deceased bad been "If Divine t.
The spendingthe
by right some are given
1 have used several bottles of Pe-
safe, for the ships cannot get near At the annual session of the Sons Juion was held here Wednesday : 't
ITS a .d I feel greatly benefited there winter at Pensacola. Fla., with charge of many and great interests it '

"y f.-vm my catarrh of the head. J enough to the city for a committee to I of the American Revolution held at evening. A large crowd was pros- I .j|
his brother, MajJohn C. W. Brooks is not that they may exalt themselves ,
tKUKi.miraged to believe that If I use extend a welcome to Admiral Higgin the residence of Judge John C. Avery ent and dancing was kept up until .
Ht sh,irt time longer will be fully able U. S. A., who is stationed at that above all men and reap great personal ?!
the son. The committee endeavored to last evening. It was decided to followup 1:30a.m. 'I| ,
traiiltate disease of
to thirty yean't3nirDavld
point. Mr. Brooks was not wholly profit and reward but that they may
!/ : Meeklson, Member reach the Kearsarge but boisterous the widely known patriotic principle I The program was opened with a | 5,
I (.IJ/tSS, recovered from the severe injuries by the exercise of the talents entrustedto .j!
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; seas prevented the boat from.getting by encouraging pupils in the studyof .raud march and closed "Home T :.Ii
I li >t derive prompt and satlsr received two. years ago in a tunnel them, and the opportunities givento .

.. from the u o if Penins, near the flagship. American history. Tho society decided Sweet Home. And the affair was ffi
disaster on the Xew York Central them, to work out the will of the \ !
.'. w Pr.Ilartman, giving a But the acknowledgement practically to present a gold medal each considered the most successful of 't. ;!
it ,f your case and ho will Railroad antI his physicians had for Master by elevating and improving the < !: I' .
of Pensacola harbor's supremacy is to the pupil writing the best composition the season. I ?
"t ; lo fc.vo; you his valuable adAadra bidden all work or mental strain during year condition of mankind. It should be :i ,

VI :-a: 5. I i best told in a Times,Democrat specialas on a subject having a direct The delighted participants were; J -" .*
the present winter. He had, done by (encouraging order, industry,
Pr Hartman, President of >Ir. and Mrs. Saholls Mr. and Mrs.
lollops: bearing on the American Revolution. 11Btockard
: 1I..t.a ::sanitarium, ColrunbuatJ therefore been spending the cold thrift and self rest. .
Galveston, Tex. Feb. 19.-The visit The contest will be open only to members McAllister, Mr and Mrs. Vogel, t t
months in the south, where he could I "There are certain rights of property .
of the battleships here promises to bea of the graduating class of school Mrs. F. Jones, Mrs. Robertson, Mr. : ;
have the benefit of open air and ex and personal liberty which must be sand

YY great disappointment, unless the No. 1, and will be conducted after the Mrs. A. Ronnloff, Mr. and Mrs t iI
r :l ercise. A week ago he was calledto defended and protected. The worker ,.1
weather becomes more favorable than manner of the Blount and Parkhill John W. Rmnloff, Mr. and Mrs. ; i' "
New York on business with hislawyers (I I has a right to quit or to strike in conjunction '" t

'NEWS NOTES who successfully conducted it is at present. The ships are an- medal contest. I with his fellows. He has Gale, Miss Ellie and Eulalie Toward, ; t '

chored outside, and the Gulf is so Rev. P. H. Whaley is the chairman : Miss Cecil Hanlon, Miss Cecil Chil- ; r :
his suit for damages against the AewYork neither right or license to destroy or '

t ti n I sudden I rough that it is impossible for themto of a committee to arrange for the medal derson, Muses Genevieve and Bndia 1 i't'
Central Railroad. i iI damage the property of the empolyers. .
""al Company will oblige Brooksa I I be approached in small vessels. I'n- and its presentation at the approaching Small wood, Miss Emma Jones: Miss t 1'1
change of climate gave Neither has he any right or license to
Monday night by running devel- til the sae subsides no effort will be graduating exercises. This Ruby WheatMissesOlgaandCarrie I J
violent cold. This quickly ,
intimidate or use violence against the '
'. .. McAllister Misses Alice and Sadie "i,"!:'
i order that "Florodora" and : .
the the of the is patriotic
made to bring warships over action society a -,
oped into pneumonia and his systemnot man who chooses to exercise his rightto
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dweeny, Misses Lizzie and Lola
bar, and the boats which had intended praiseworthy one, and again demonstrates t tl
being robust enough to withstand rids himselfof
work. If the employer i
.,. Nunez Miss Miss :
: :i will be served during Oldmixon
of the
to convey passengers to the ships the patriotic principles f
the disease, death resulted as the services of employe either
V" an
Ouut GonziUz's store Louise Hanlon, Miss Mildred Gould, s J+1
will not attempt to land them under ody. A few months ago this organ- _
stated above. The first reports received dismissal the
convent L'ldiesofBt. jy or by filling place Misses Katie and Emma Burkhardt
'I'' I' ;urMi will b* iu charge. by the family were that the the present conditions. The ships izatlon presented a large Americanflag where he struck or quit, the employer Miss Ella Clifford, Miss Marjorie r ,
will remain here a week, however and to public school No. 1, and the t
i the grand Mardi Gras case was very light and the patient's has no right, legal or moral, to hamper Wilkins, Miss Katie TeIchmann, 1'.'

t' ivordia: Club hall on lookedfor. it the weather changes, the latter por- colors now float proudly over the .(
was defeat that man's efforts to
prompt recovery or
Miss; Gathleny, Misses Winnie }f' .e'r
.I:I. at :9 o'clock. Ever)- tion of their visit may be more satis- school building 1
It was not until Saturday that in the service of an employer
earn a
Gracie and 'lorence Miss
: Simpson, i. ;
i and music by the Bar-
factory than it is now. The annual election of officers was <
'ra. the reports were alarming.The by secretly blacklisting him. Katie Carroll, Miss Ethel Gould i' .
A committee left the wharf at 9 hold at last night's meeting resultingas
deceased was :32 sears of age "The employer who uses the blacklist and Miss Wood, of Pensacola. 1 i r;:
A,1" riiiut' 'tea a tn'Hltwhy\ they o'clock this morning on the Hughesfor follows.
av i' (tVi', ,nuuns day at the and a native of Binghamton, X. Y., cannot be heard to complain that Gentlemen attendants were: f t f
the of extending a welcometo President-John C. Avery.
JI'r! am- hotel s-o long as: Capt. although a greater part of his life purpose the employe uses the boycot. And the Messrs C. Beatty A. Dobson, W. 1 1P.

a Jr.: KryRPr are the host and was spent in Erie. At the begin Admiral Higginson and his officers Vice President-W. S. Keyser. employe who uses the boycot beyondthe Unger, W. Boyden, G. Milton F. ,I..' ;t\!::

.' and but the effort! to reach the Secretary-W. 0. Shepard. \.
bide men
", iiiLumerable extr'M ning of the Spanish war he enteredthe exercise of his own free will to Kelly, W. Sweeney, A. Nunez, A. 1 '

Rbeeeu by cOll-ulting tl e Kearsarge, the Admiral's flagship, Registrar and Treasurer-A. A.
U. S. service and for several trade; where he chooses cannot beh"U1
*"- : transport Burkhardt, R. Laird, J. Wheat. J. '. .. l
-1-tiT. and the
complete failure, Brown. '
proved a
years was stationed in Xew to contain that the employeruses A. Teichmann J. McGir- ; '
T II ity crtnisnhsioner haven committee returned much chagrined. Chaplain-Rev. Percival II. Whaley.Dr. ';!
-J. York. Ho remained in the service the black list. Heeley. Lovering, W. Hug- .i i J JKard
'utin'ement3: through Dr.8 M. After facing a driving rain and an Frank G. Renshaw was namedas t
G. .,.z tIt furni- h dressing for vac- until his injuries, sustained in the R Howard H. White A. Hoffman }_:?
extremely disagreeable east wind for a delegate to the national convention A YOUNG COUPLE .>1
.1.d in to all who are unable railroad wreck, incapacitated him for J. Epple, M, Lombards! A. T ki
:'r'''' :r. about three hours, and being tossed bya which will be held at New Haven WEDDED LAST EVENING. .
It, Dr. Gonzalez! left to.dlyf'rtl further duty. His recovery was very Centi W. Haines E. Townsend W. t tHutchlns 4
l continue his boisterous and turbulent sea for the Conn.
tt r, county slow, and he had since been unableto James Largue, Jr.. and Miss Muriel E. Clifford M. Jones, R. .
.f vaccination.: same period, during which the greater After the election, the body was entertained 'J
engage in any business. The in- McLeod were quietly wedded last Wilkins C. Burkhardt, J. Laird, W. f: 4.
'>t Reverend Edwin G. portion of the party became deathly by Hon. J. C. Avery and wife, .
juries were to the spine and head, evening at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. Ed- Wilkins and T. S. Caulbanm. :1'MI
0. Bishop of Florida, is In seasick, the committee returned to the and delicious gumbo was served. .
: his and Mr. Brooks suffered severely from ward Wilson at the latter's home on t.
official visitations to Wood of Pensacola is
wharf. While their efforts to extend s visiting "
..'s and Christ churches. nervous trouble. Several months ago East Chase street. Only a very few '.-' "
., a welcome ended in defeat, it is ,
,6 bishop addressed a he brought suit against the Xew York intimate friends were present. The '". .

safe to that when the officers of I Escaped an Awful Fate
>n of the Woman's Aux- Central Railroad for damages and say Washington, Feb. 19,-It is reported young people for the present will make I: 1 ;,

.rLt: church, the Rev. Dr. the ship learn what the commitee pass Mr. H. Haggins of Melbourn Fla., (, .:
received a verdict of $7,000. here that a movement is well their home with Mrs. Fuqua, near
r? '")r of Christ church and I ed through while endeavoring to extend writes: "My doctor told me I had ;; ; (.

:" IV. Ho son, rector of St. I The deceased is survived by his under way to impeach United States Wright's mill. Consumption and nothing could be : '
it they will be fully satisfied.
ading the morning pray- father and mother, Capt. and Mrs. W. District Judge Swayne of Florida. done for me. I wag given up to die. .< : E
There are hundreds of visitors in The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr. ,,s ,
ttui the Litany. Tomorrow B. Brooks; two sisters, Misses MaryC. The nature of the charges are not An Attack of Pneumonia Warded Off. King's New Discovery for Consumption : .t;

.. '1 will preach at St. Kath- and Amelia C. Brooks, and two the city now for the purpose of see- disclosed. Congressman Clayton of "8 me time ago my daughter induced me to try it. Results ,1,Li

he 11 o'clock morning sert ing the ships, but they must do so at caught a severe cold She complain. were startling. I am now on the ;-
brothers, Maj. John C. W. Brooks, U. the House Judiciary committee, before road to recovery and owe all to Dr.King's 1
Christ church in the 7:30 long distance until the weather ed of pains in her chest and had a i
.. 'ace. at which time he willr S. A., of Pensacola, Fla., and H. N. which the charges would have her Chamber. New "Discovery It sorely, :
.> the rite of confirmation. changes. Just when this will be, of bad cough. I gave saved my life This great cure is ; 1
Brooks, of tho Westinghouse Company been brought, said tonight that he had lain's Cough Remedy according to guaranteed for all throat and lung j .: "
lflE\I\: course, no one knows, thought the pre- disease by W. A. D'Alemberte 121 .
NOCl'KK, NO PAY. now stationed in St Louis. seen no papers in the theatened pro- directions and in two days she was .
Honth Palafox street. Price ;
Wc and
r'. : 'Unlit will refund your money 11 dictions today are not encouraging. well and able to go to school. ;J '
:xruENrfaltatocureRingworm.: The death of Mr. Brooks will be a ceedings. 11.00. Trial bottle free. .r- {
"" I have used this remedy in my familyfor
s't dl'iceriaod Bores Pimple. and great shock to his many friends in I and have ,,
k Ada on the face, and all etln dl&'nu. the past seven years! Hot Chocolate with
.,-.. ., this city, all of whom will regard it If you want your officefurnished Myiterion Circumstance never known it to fail," says James Whipped Cream at Solo : j

as a deep personal bereavement.What go to Marston 4' One was pale and sallow and the Prendergant, merchant. Annato Bay, mon I. .' i ,

BASKET BALL elegant other fresh and rosy. Whence the Jamaica: West India Islands. The .' !.t.; ,.
Quina's. They have an difference? She who Is; blushing pains in the chest indicated an approaching Do yea want a magnificent watch s I t

-v ;?ime of basket; ball will be you pay for extracts: is Im line of roll top desks with health uses Dr. King's New attack of pneumonia., for little money? If so, call on ; .
j Life Pills; to maintain it. By gently which in this: instance was undoubtedly "
*.v' 4 on next Tuesday evening at and office chairs- Stephens, the Jeweler. He will accommodate ; t
for warded off Chmber.lain's
bat what I by
: portant, you get your arousing: the lazy organs they com- I.Hot.RoUI .
:Armory Hall between DeFunlriDR pel good digestion and head off con. Cough Remedy. It counter you. ., .
Normal School and the money is ten times more important. Hot Frenoh Waffles with stipation. Try them. Only 25c, at acts any tendency of a cold toward

1IMn: oli Ch-.ical School teams: at Burnett't Vanilla cots more because: Florida Cane Syrup at W. A. D'Alemberte,121 B. Palafox pneumonia. Hold by all druggist at 5 *p- m lOc 1,!

''clock. worth more. Solomon's. street, Druggist.: and medicine dealers. doz., at Solomon !. I.
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THE Quite often result in bad health,because

what is termed living" is usuallythe
gratification of the palate without
LIGHTINFANTRY reference to the nutrition of the body. TRANSFERS
When the good liver is a business man

and rises from a ,
: full meal to plunge
c=:; at once into work
TO ENTERTAIN THE CARNIVAL requiring mental ... ,l, ;*AKIOfJ3 transfers
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effort the result is .-.c ... ; of Escambia county
VISITORS-A GOOD TIME almost sure to be S ., realty were record for Infants and Children.

disastrous, because sp -, 't, .
MILK CONDENSINGC0 ANTICIPATED. digestion draws \ ed during the weekending Castoria is a Larmier substitute for Cantor Oil, Pare

4 -- upon the same } \, Saturday, gone, Drops and Sootlmijj Syrups. It is IMeaxuit. it

l nervous forces -.5 T (J Feb. 21, 1903, all of contains neither Ojiiinn, Morphine nor other Sanoticsul
which are em- -f. .taiK-e. It d'trflorms and allays l-Y\erixlnifss.

Tbe Chipley Light Infantry, Pensacola's ,' | ployed in thought. .,d: which are reported It cures Diarrhu-a aidVind Colie. It relie\es Tet-thl
In time the stomach for THE NEWS by inj Troubles and cures Constipation ft regulates: ti,0
military organization I-
mot popular
becomes diseased Thoa. C. Watson &, Co., real estate Stomach and Bowels, Divine: healthy and natural jsleeii..

Evaporated will entertain their of, digestion the processes agents; The Children's Panacea-The Mother's, Friend

friends and the carnival visitors II \ and nutrition are'II Charles E. Raymond to Robert L. The Kind You Have Always Bough

Cream I Monday night the 23d. imperfectly performed Terry-Nw 14 of se 1-4 and ne 1-4 of

t and there sw 1-4 sec 5, tp 5 n, r 32 w-$1. % 1 Bears the Signature of
I bearing the above cap label now For the past three years these I tt is a physical
', from the can neb in every ingredMOl I breakdown. West Coast Naval Stores Co. to
which enter into body building. boys bave given an entertainmenton .
Dr. Pierce'sGolden National Transportation & Term. Co-

this night, which is always look- Medical Lots 15 and 16, Pablo Palmes Grant,

Pet ed forward to with a great deal of diseases Discovery cures of the w of r r$3,500.S. .

Brand pleasure. as they always prove to be p stomach and other D. Thompson to L. C. Rumble-Ne # .

'the most popular entertainments organs of digestion and nutrition. It 1-4 of nw 1-4, sec 11. tp 5 n, r 32 west
In Use For Over 30 Years.
i carries our guarantee as to Its j eliminates the effete poisonous matter 100.
careful preparation richness and I given during our Mardi Gras Carni which originates in the system as a consequence ...1' r"TAU" COWPN5, ?, NUR&V IT"UT. NfwYO CITY.
purity. It is different from the of imperfect digestion. gives Maria W. Sheppard et al. to William
watery brands, and adds a rich val. Thofce who attend are assured .
ness to your loot Try it and you I sound health tu the whole body. Fisher-W 1-2 of lot 3, blk 15, New ----,.

will be convinced it is the best. pleasant evening, as the Chipley Tierce's ,
I a "I vMt to iv to the world that Dr. CitY190.
Look for our cap label Golden Medical Discovery;: has proved a great I t iTB.
boys know bow to do things right. tlejutin to me." writes Mrs. Kllen E. Bacon of r rShutes.JI'ry' George W. Wright to William \ 0 WHICH>> GOfflPAUY
CO. I The following are the committeesfor Scptemty 1897.1 hail dxtored for my stomach O'Dr.'on-Lots 11 to 14 in blk 8, New I ., I \ ll."
trouble ibr several )'t"3rs.l'oin through a course City-JSOrt.Maria : MANUFACTURERS AND DEALFRS IS
this eveut: of treatment without any real benefit. In i \\ ;
Highland, Illinois 4 September. *yt>. I had very sick spells and grew I I W. Sheppard to Mary W. '- _' ::::1T"I
Arrangement;-First Lieut. John worse couH eat but little. I commenced inSj.rmbt ,
.1 Lot 4 blk 73, East King "' --- : LUMBER LATHS
Second Lieut.Thos. iV to take lr Pierce medicine, Hawthorn- }
chairman ,
Massey, ; and in a short tine I could! est and wort. 1 ,
Brings; Sergt. M. A. Suarez. hate gaiKtJ luff'Y founds in tnn mattiks." I !
Floor and \lusic-First Sergt. L. FREE. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense ,I II. T. Enderkin to J. W. Bowman j.Lj.jI SA WED CYPRESS HnmLES--! lii1.TIfI[ U.

The Pennrlon* Cnrlrlp. Medical Adviser is sent/>e* on receipt of 1-4 of 21 .
J. K. Quarles, 1 acre in sw 1-4 sw see tp
0. Larcom, Corps.
of stamps to pay expense of mailing oily'. ., PE\ \COI.A. FLA
It I L:; no drawback; for a Christmas -=- -
31 west
Joeph Used, Joseph McVoy. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in nr -$2.30.
gift to be usi-ful as well}:> ornamental
stamps for the cloth. Gulf Naval Stores Co. to National
Refreshments-Q. M. 8 rgt. John paper covers, or 31
but there is pathos in CarlJ"le's -
presents bound volume. Address Dr. R.V.Fierce, .
and Terminal Co
H. Transportation -
tiou of a washing table to his wife Touart: Corp. Frank Humphreys, Buffalo, X. Y. COAL ARID WOOD.WE
be Fell. Lots 9 and 10 in Pablo Palmas Grant
lit l'brHlI1a, 1 -iO. At that time Kage, Eugene .

had long escaped poverty, but could I Door-Corps. Dan Murphy, Frank A Turkey Trout.. 53,400. I

conceive no more pleasing gift than Humphreys, Artificer Wm. Nagel, Reports arc: current of the existenceof Mollie Patterson to Leslie E. Brooks j I EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LKOER TRADE

this most utilitarian! article which he I Bernard HullJvan.Decorl1tionsCorp.. a turkey trust. not on the banks of -Lot 21 in blk 31 West King Tract- THIS WINTER THAN EVEi TEFCRE

promised in a note which the curious Felix Glack. the Helle,; ioLt. but in Muilius Vermont I J2CO. 'I

may still nail at his house in Cheyue in microscopic Ilhode Island and SEND US YOUR ORDERS
meyer, P. A. Caro E. W. Elliott, I E. E. Pou et al. to William Fisher-
row: in other states of the Union celebratedfor
Wm. Johnson. South CO ft of lot 359, Old City-$4,400.
The Prophecy of Washstand to the the nurture of the haughty; niounrchs Olsen & C
neatest of all Women. Blessings on her I Sentinels-Corp. H. L. Frater, of the barnyard and the roost. William Fisher and wife to A. A. Thompson, ?..

bonny face and bIt ever LUther me as Henry Bowen, Elmer Wilkinson, J. Fisher-Same property$t,4 00.
Whether or no there Is a trust it is
It ta dear blithe or not. T. CARLYLE.Dec. Manresa Street
Telephone 147.
t 2i, ISA!: ). Ed. Touart: Joseph White. known by melancholy experience that Maria McMillian to Thos. McMillianLots _
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: This message appears to have been the most admired and appreciated of 11 to 15, blk 201, New City and I
f Better than Gold.
;.j .f written a hurry as if Carlyle, hearing Yankee fowls has been hard to get and 58 and 1-2 acres of the Vidal and Fon- ESTABL2SHEDMcKENZIEOERTING 1862.

,.{ the clocks strike midnight exclaim "I was troubled for several years deplorably high In price this winter. tenal Grants-$2.00. w -

b i t1 ed:. "Cod bless my soul!! It's Christ- with chronic indigestion and nervous Caiiro>baik ducks and terrapin, lobsters G. W. Hariland to Mary A. Sever- & CO.

t inns day. Jeannie should have a present -I debility," writes F. J. Green of' and turkeys are becoming scarcer ,
once-1 acre of e 1-2 of nw 1-4 sec 2,
i She spoke of a washstand the I Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helped and costlier season after season. and I CI -DKALBM: : nt- 0

'r.iL' other day. :She: shall have it." And until I Using Electric Bit- fresh salmon and had are exeeedinlyexpnsive tp 1 n r 31 west-$1.00.

1:. 7 be forthwith in-uned the promise there I me ters, which began did me more good than etcn in their seasons. The I Mary A. Severence to W. M. Cate- Ship Chandlery! and General Hardware

t of. Anyway, he pave a five pound epicures who revel in typical American 1 acre of nw 1-4 sec 2, tp 1 n r 31

: i note, and Mrs. Carlyle bought a marble II all the medicine I ever used. They viands have a gloomy outlook.New- west-$250. OOS AND 005 $. PA.LAPOX 8TKEET.

have also kept my wife in excellent York Tribune.The I I ......
I' washstand. Zirkelback! -
mahogany to -
health for She Electric _ __ _______ u Chas. H. Edgar
Chronicle. I yeas. says Tract COPPER COMPANY JOHN ROEBLINO'B BOIvtt CO.k
-Lot 17, blk 20, West King ,
- E.i Bitters are just splendid for'' GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RDH8EL4 EON'S FLMPH.i .
. ClirUtman Dprlarrd Illegal. I female troubles that they are a Doctors $90.00.
t Although it may seem incn-dlble: it is grand tonicand invigorator; fc.r weak, I Ipe Robt. Ridley by Sheriff to Thos. *,:: Bcrdijj blit! !:. ills, iisiiet! l lutmuctl, flirt, lieisn, IhlnGOHPAHM

t L a f.u-t that not so many years ago run down women. No other medicine Pebley-Lot H, less e 2 acres Pablo : 'H. IjOGH K1V
) Christmas was considered a suiwrsii-! Palmas Grant-$23.: :
l C. McKenzie Oertinf Collecting Agent for Bar Pilot Benevolent ABSO3iation.
in family. -
Can take its place our
liom fe>ot \'aI anti was stopped being :. D. Perry to Richard Ed'man-Ints .
i held the hand of the law. ..I ." Try them. Only Wc. Sati-fac- Coming --
: by strong ; 1 and 2, !Ilk10.. East King Tract-
t Holly and inNtU'toe, were destroyed Hon guaranteed by \V. A. D'Alein-

' and Wl'reII.tI "the plants of the evil : berte, 121 South Pulifox street. I $450. THE GARDEN SECTIONPensaco1P1
Eva Pfeiffer to John M. Pfeiffer
!, Ii
t une. Calcs and wines were considered i

I ff' j I IlI1l'illll'l by the superstitious.When EXTRA POLICE FOR : Three Month's Services Given East 1-2 of Arpent lot 70 on Chase o- C3I -o

j4: f Oliver Cromwell was protoctcr i

:I cr,' lie irtlircil all the miot linpiirtaiitt : I Free to All Invalids Who oricla.

:. 11;:. towns ill not to obx-rve, MARDI GRAS TIME : In the .\!>.enrr of the* Street Menu. ---

:S, :I Christinas as he considered it to be a Gail! Before March 21st.A White-Pardon mo. but is this Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

t t)1 liurtful custom. I Ij __ I Smith street?
j:; Yet stricter law be a nIwk--Xo.
Mr. am
: :
Mayor Jones will authorize Marshal stall of emln"nt pliykicians and sur- Beautiful Lots for Sale.
'. l>e kept s<> that jw-oplo' iiiljlit forpetChristinas. gfons from tlu Ufd Cross Mcdicnl Institute :, I'trll't.mitlt: street done run per/ack-
That that all the ,, ; Credille today to put on a number ,
; was markets tbe urgent snlirltatton (If a UritP Iy paralyzed ter ills 0'11'. sah.-Judge.;
,I41' \ere to bo held oil 111'('. :':5. i i of extra police to preserve order i number of patients ondir their curt In this I coTii.vno: 40x137% feet at from $76 to $200 each, according

Naturally this created a great stir I country, iablshi-cl| n prrmaneat branch I II I to location and surroundings.
during Monday and Tuesday, the
Every civilized person uop soap
r M anion-4 the inintry folk, and they dotcnuinnl tin-In'tfutu tliiicity.The
; --- ---
ri1 J ; tlienwforth! to rvfiix to obey i 1 Ist two days before the solemn len- tmint-nl grntlrinm have decided to I Igin' 'I I and wa'tT of d'rt' to au wah. filth: oil from the their Hccuinulatioii body-, Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View
their services pntlrt-ly free for tbrremontbd
,rrjl I his strict oxtraonlinary; law which tan This i4! taken I sulF..rr-fof
"ea-ou.: precaution but how nuny : con-ti a- High Dry Fertile Lands.
(medicine exceptcd) to alt invalids ,
: '1 lie tried to t cnfone but all to no pur I accumulation
non think abo'it the! !
i1j them for betweennow
'I not that any trouble H anticipated ,1101',11 upoi. rentmeet
: < pose. I' : of filth within their bo-Jy, which is
&nd March These services
r 2lst. consist -
i' but that all will be hell within the a hundred times more detriment The grandest opportunity for investment evei
not only of consultation examination
to \I.ntj health than the: dirt ,ou th*>-
I offered in Pensacola.
and advice, but alto of minor surgical
': :t How to MnLe >nt SaididcL.. b >undjo! rea-on on the two days. I operations. out ijp. The wa te matter of food
The object In pursuing this course
I 4j i Ube luIj.h. walnuts, h'u-Uory nuts or i Lit year a great number of special p-t4'f.g jnto the bowels which are
I Is to r.ecomw* rapidly I\n.t personaSlj acquainted Home Seekers Should See These Lots.
f peanuts fur lII'! "'. Chop the niejits Hry I the n itur ii ewer* of the human
;,i II: r fine nUtI mix with t-noush; cream cheese) i Ulcers were sworn in on account II no renditions with liiisick aOl any Billetedunit charge whHtcvtrbi under -I -ystem. If here thiwa is allowel -

' I to make n nice moKt paste; seaMiii with : of the street fair then in propres-, I I i initdef any services rendtreJ for t'art'e ,, to accumulate the wuimthof \T. ClubbsCorner
:rt.i I ealt and cajenne nr salt and a little I but there occurred no greatdii'ordf'r.i i I months to all who cftil beforo Mircb 21-t *the i'd body deeonipn-ition oon sets, gi-es up: are formed .
th'n sliws of I Tb>doctors treat nil! forms of dIsease and
spread tin
: \ery
'r1. t Several of the 1ick fiugerfd"! which are carried into the blood Garden and Brit Streets.
!; gentry
deformities, and RMirautee a cure In every
white bread that has been lightly but
j ,I and circul.tti-d through the wln I* I
tered. were captured and made to do case they ul1ll rtokl'. At the first Interview inevitable I
yti: in, and di.-eise is the
_ _ _
t\ : a thorough examination Ii made and. i '! .
re-u It. F.O.BREST, WMIIK OWLJoI!. W. K. JiYKB Jit. J. H. KEEHE.President.
for the but these
service city, were Incurable. are frankly and kindly told I I
Honr to (lean ('oppcr.Ilalf you The beat remedy for con-tipation Vicel'recidoat. Cisbler Am't Ckibitr
t'jf l k a lemon dipped in salt cleans I ,all stranger so; altoadvi-ed against speeding money foru.eless I is HKPATICUHA, because: it tn'I\1 s

I Ff copper beautifully and a lemon from Next week the police will allow i Male and treatment.r..mile weakness catarrh and the bow-l* -a-ily\ and naturally

.f. 'Which most (It the juice has been deafness also varlcocele. -Ii without irritation, pilping "r frickpninu. First National Bank
ratarrbal ; rupture
i i I iud overlook all legitimate! fun, but I It give ;;-r,*nitli: Mud toneto
I ;' squeezed doe jut 11 s w.H as a freshly eoitre cancer and nil diseases of the. I I the liver and eventually cures. '
Jt cut one. Iliuse the copper in dean) hot when the mayor's proclamation is i rectuinarept.sztlvuiy cured by their new ,1 Sold by all dru.ti.MsN:

tIJ water afterward. I>ry and ixjlish with violated, then arrets will be mad1. treatment. I,
a clean, soft cloth. i I Their chief ns-oriato turgenu of the instltutt OF PENSACOLA. FLat.rnrnIcTcrn& .
ftn I From present indications; the I will be in personal chargeCASTOR ---- ,,

"Jtt! Ilutr to )Inkr Trnnut flutter.z I crowd of lat year will be equalled, I .' MEN AND WOMEN. .

z," round or priiul fii...hly roasted peanuts j if not furpas-fd and the regular and I I. I(I El.I d.y,. ,. di.rLaroaJn5iiumIlnn.(>*Big< for nnnntunlimtationi WM H. KNOWLES. W. A. RLOUNT.<'. C. BRENT-. K HYHJ-' Jf

'! to a powder ainl work into two table (;,... (..4 or ulrrralioni D. G. BRENT,
, .
I j extra police may expect no ea y IAFor I ,t to.irICr. f inn con* uiMuIiranM.n.
T,!!);.: of butter. I I I t'me. u ____ ___ Intanu and Childrea a. ThEVINSCNEMItALCI Ciacasaii.t g hold.nt or by pot DruccUtl-.inoui. f1 l' '

t, r.s.a. or wnt in plain arsrrcT. r Fmin asi ijg t l Mm Ml nl f lit
I Ii 1''l'luln 1'1"1'rat Iiu.'Yi'ir. .. I rna Kind You Have Always OgB.sai : Il ezrr' irefaid. Sut & tc
f ." vilil I'r.'h'"hnry. "I'se V? II OO..r3h'ttl.a5t.i. 8
HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH Circular lent enitSi3t roue4
,>t iS.m .'hti'r in r :I ; / .. .
I IJ. ,, ,..... ey.
>.r : Kills t
"I siipO'" you are very proud of I! of -We draw oar owu cf Exchange on Great Britain, Jreh:

}i BITTERS ,, !:er." i I Germany: France, Austria! Italy, Holland, Spain, Belgium .Rnbl8, l\tJ

"TVM i }14. An* wliut's mo.' she's ", "''y. Sw 4en, 'IIlIl.rk: and oth9r European countries.
,1i I Ha b-cmiiB f.iinmn during t h.. \ a-t ;:wii.o ter Le a ;pre't he'p! to her father.l"'s I soxicn, tiARPERI -------,--
J. beiMQot i is fimilv DJgbnrBed tho Most Faroreble Term' and itu'i
I fifty ynirs it } le t'Vasela upon !
: xtudyiir! get nietry at present I have been authorized to takt
w t;'1 i:! mejjinA: that run alwiy h > r -lied ,, I ObllgatlonaTalten Payable at Port of "loptiratlon Ten or Fifteen Dajl
l I time. nn" -lii-s :IY iii ilem loxnTi oxeran' nbficriptiona for Wm. Jpnninge
;: on fur any di-ri' I.m"ntnf tne stomach after Vessel Arrives there.9"Safety .
t. "
1.itr; Liv.>r, Kidney 1 Hpl... It mer as'in S05 I kin Lt'ar'm. i Bryant paper, "The Commoner.
Jt.,i Ii l l 4 therf're H-pfcully :l1IIHHt to "\\ hat's that for':" I The price is |1.00 per year in ad. Depcsit Boxes for Rent in Connectionwith

Ii whofiitT.. I VelI. snh. I nllus wa< kind o' anxious vance. Those desirIng' the paper
ttin-o from
't" ; r SIHI 5TL() I which we hare a Prira partment for the UaO
r can have it sent to them by eidin?
: 't t i: DytPIt'slA, t'tlSSTII'\Tr'IS. Nl-KV- to preach but I nebber didn't hab
(l.OOto the undersigned.H.M..'S..
LlR KlHNI : !
I f\ OTt1'ih "K AM tip vorilto stand do competition. Now ROTHE

,,c! .. 'i 'IKotlBI HHi who WHIlt t., L't-t wi-11 I reckons wlien I stan's up in front o' Care Daily Ness.
r a alll. OlMMESCK: TAKINOTHE lilTi ilat congregation; an* gits to telhu 'eiu I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
i TEK3T,> 1)\Y. Good health i- *urefollow I
_. .
, I 'bout LyiXthonu an pahielloiramsdey's Try Gunther's Candies at -
\\"il\O' to ne an' admit datdey's TRY NEW! DISCOVERY
F ;: up j Solomnn'g.BAltNER. I W. C. ROWE, M. D.
listeuin' to language: slo "uuff. _
f'.c=GOLA=OI I \ I FOR THAT COLD. Office: I7" S. I'aIafox.
i S A L Y R. '
I JI TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hoar from S to >:W a. m. tad 1 to I p. U
Grist and Corn Meal Mills One Minute Cough Cure gives a I themoGtheall"2Rftl..lnIMworl* Cures COn5lJmptionCougnsl :
and after 7 o'clockPhono
relief in one minute, because it kill I

A. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, thE! microbe which tickle* the mncou STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, !: ODe
membrane cauMnp the cou h. i! I PneumoniaHayFeverPleu-'
:MknntmetcreriUH01OK and at the same time clear* the I II I prescribe it

Mt\LANU PUItF.GItOCNITOCR phleem. draw out the inflammation ,. J. X. ROGERS, Manazer.will risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness JOHN S. BEARD,
and heal and soothe the all<>ctedpirt for their most delicate
trafee !\M'III'O": : l Sore Throat and
FKKD.Pklroiiin I -.. On* Minute Conch Cur : trips Croup ATTORNEY-AT-LAV.
Home Indattry lor tbre lifrnrjr sirenjthens: tbe lung*, wards pflpreuinonia : -neacola! Point \VahiBiron and patients.OLD Whoop :, Cou h.
r.ftdon ,oo should buy roar Meal anC : and i U a harmUs* and i Krepp'irt. L aTe P.ivUn ftrtej I Officea-309 Thiesen BUilding.
look f..*A from the Hom M naf ctnrer filling inIll carabl. : wh.lffh"r=dav at 6 a. m. und urri'p and PURE. NO CURE. HO PAY.r r ::.
i never care Hours 8:30 lp.I
fur bT to dalac you enroaricv home lodai. Office -
1Yoor mouf!, 1.I..rt la th* community | p ,,,e,, of Couih", Cold" and Croup. at Freeport at 6 p. m:saute day! : r; >I Calf! t<.. Prie 50e. ad ?1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE I
I w-4 yon in tarn are Indirectly benentedIt On Minnie Couzh Cure i* pl aaant I Leave Freeport Toeslav at 6a.m. -- -- -- ------- I.

otfrkag Oe borne mtnnf&cinrpr. yos.ntrbntetotheaQeio1 to take 1'nrmle and (rood alike for and arrive at Pnaacola: 6 p. ID. ?ain 1 will repair your watched and Practice ln an stats al coart..
la o' Yoa owM Dannheisser Bros ,ce1TS
I I d F.tre, round tnp5 on<> Jewelry: in f1re -cl&.88 style. J. Jephen8. Alibultinec. entrusted 111 r
I t, rbcfmnmonltf In blah von live rw&Mb < vnnnz and 01(1. Hir!:i* Phaimacy, iy. ; way. i aDd al
I' prompt diligent
eon 1 rl.o\oo. toroar soppori I John Sh.ppard, Sidney Kahn. i 53. 12nlm -\ .

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5 1

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.. I J
THE BB9T LAXATIVE All are Invited to attend. EIder'." .

H not too good for yon if your [ SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES D. Powell, presiding. .
b. THEizsT LAX-
bOwel are ;;IUIlSlI I Colored Chnreh. I .. t .... ." .r. ."
OItdicine tbat "OVMl e I.\ .At\4. ,, ::.,.. $' --. ", ,, '". I..t'"' ,ro.r. "
ATlrE I I. Ii .. ..' :;) $ '::> 2.5 :"' '" : "' : ..i -.: .;-, t I
,. f..ily and naturally: with.oot No. 236 E. Intendencia street. ', ...... J--:,. .:. :( -: .!.f.- !: ..,-.4 1 '\ '/ : ',t
bo\\-I Catholic. .. iPt ', ...., -..... : ,... ... .. .' .'
Irritttltn.: !unpins or sickening Sunday School at 9:30' a. m. Preach. ) j \: '$: '}-or. i I. ._'-::>:",.- '\ .J1---; ""- ) .. .0-1
) .I'z. \ 1
strengthens .
d.ct. A. ni"dielue that St. Michael's-Order of divine ing: Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m- r. '- .' -..-.-..--' '' : iI'
". "' tha biwels ana tones I' = il ( :
; ,
tie .nn-clt"to a point$ where they will service for the winter: First maILS, The public is invited to attend these > ;,..,..... .':1'1'I

'!.rfSrm; the' work as n% ure intended, 7 a. m.; children's mass, 8 a. m.; last services. G. W. Lewis, A. :\1., D. D., I. -..,....: I,. .. .. ';;;1

p I any 1II..!is'ance.ffl'Sa mass and sermon, 10 a. m.; evening pastor.! THE CHILDREN ENJOY 41.
lII..dl lrJe is HBPATIOU. ; 'j?
devotions, 4 p. m. .
all the above goodtu.1l1W"
br.1\'e* : I
? \. .ll bt."IJ nit having a bdate. St. Joseph's, Rev. Robert Fullerton SUBSCRIBERS ARE Life out of doors and out of the games which they pby aa1 the enjoy .':.. /< '
: :: ment which receive and the e.Torts .
n-KhT bitter nor sickening' they which they: 1.C..e, comes the c'- :

_.,.1.1! by *11 dru glsts. Pastor-First mass,6:30a.m.; I greater part of that healthful development which is *o essential to their sI .... '-. .

1ft"t > .. high mass 9:30: a. ra.; benediction, URCED TO PAY UP happiness when grown. \\'hen a laxative is needed the remedy which is 'f:}{.=:: sJ

- 7:30 p.m. ii given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs (..,'..'fI .1'1.

of Rheumatism Episcopal. -- Ii on which it acts, should be such as physicians woud, sanction, because its '"' {: ::. .i .'

Cured I I component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from X. 1.. \
St. Katharine's
Episcopal Cervan.
Secretary: D'Alemberte of the Society ... '
/I every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and parents, i !:J : l 1

\'IIIt' beT'< fit suffering human. t .5 street and Sixth AvenueTheRev. of United Charities, is sending 1 well-informed' approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, i..:'..." : !

: F -ire t,> ;-tate that I suffered Dr. H. W. P.: Hodson, Rctor.: notices to all those who have plf dgd t because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is- {' l '\ .- '1/ 1.'n ;

VT, with Mu-cular: and Hciatic The Sunday railed Quinqua'fsima. Syrup of Figs-and for the same reason it is the cnly laxative which should -:5i.. {!' ? .. i

_. .jti-m fur five years. During The Holy Communion, 8 a. m.; chil support of the orpaniziti ty promising be used by fathers and mothers. .!)jf.\-::-; ,t

1,.."*, ji'..: I tried various remedies as dren's service and !Sunday school at : to contribute what they :. :; Syrup of Figs is the! only remedy which acts gently,pleasantly and "::;.; ;;...) !
of several .
,, e prescriptions I. ; naturally without J'rlpnIrrtatl1l or nauseating and which cleanses the '%._ -
Tr 9:30 morning service and -r.- ; /
which 1TrdeLme very ; prayer deemed was convenient. The secretary -- : '1i-
'' ii. : --.: system effectually, without producing that constipated habit v.i.jcll resultsfrom .'i il, .1
11 o'clock. The
at Right
rflif-f. rhapaininmy sermon
: r 1 urges that those who have the use of the old-time cathartics and modern imitations: and a.jain .
I- '* was agonizing
and !,
4 Rev. Edwin 0. Weed, H. r. D ,
: .uo.-t unbearable. I could : promised ai.d have not :yet kept I which the children should be so carefully guarded. If you would have them .?:. !...;,'.j,. (
: Bishop of Florida, will preach at ;;o-
1SJ,: sulk and thought I would be their obligation to come forward at h. ;. grow to manhood anti womanhood, strong, healthy and happy: do not give (:::: -'>:
Jr the 11 o'clock service. The rector ,
", : i: MHhuidou all business. A -' ;r' them medicines, when medicines are not needed, :I.Jd'I'hen nature needs ':..(::'1

M"J *f mine advised ine to try and communicants of St Kathar once or send the amount to his office ::i- assistance in the way of laxative:: give them only the simple, pleasant: and .. ......_.:..

Kil OI,. which I did reluctantly, ine's will jin the service in the and he will receipt for same. The gentle-Syrup of Figs ./ -- ; I

:I..1 _' :itlv t<> tny surprise one bot- evening at 7:30 at Christ church on is in condition but : Its quality h due not only to the excellence of the combination of the '>:. ,
j'ine Found iud well. I soiiety good a _A-_
I. ,, fcoirm-nd It to all who Zitragosaa street, where the Right __.;$ laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juice but :-t... ':' )< \
"- little cash could be u>ed to advantage '. also to mitlvid of manufacture and value the Iva'ih! cf "" '
._ did. It H alo a very fine Reverend, the Bishop! of Florida, :: ,' our original as you "t 7.
It 'ii T>.a-eathe appetite aids I will administer the Rite of Confirmation just DOW a&d the sooner the j.,\/:''':, ;'. the little ones, do not accept: any of the substitute; which unscrupulous ,lealcx.1 :,.. .;. t .

.,: '. Ld finally builds up the and promised sums are paid, the better. ; ers sometimes ofter to increase their profits. The genuine article may be :'''', \ -

lth. You can: u.,;e thi as preach. -- --- \ ,,.;:-. bought anywhere of all reliable druggists: at fifty cents per Iwttle. Please .# J\ ,
.. bet.'ery truly, Ash Wednesday-The Holy Communion '. to remember the full name of the Company* '"

\v. ii DKLEACH. at 8 and 12 o'clock, morning.{. MAKING READY I :.1'.t: CALIFORNIA: FIG SYRUP print d on ;-. -".:\: j. 4Jt

.Auburn Ave., Atlanta, Oa.X : Penitential service and sermon at "-1. "..... .'. 'i/ ...- the front of every pack- ....'="' .\. .- :"'

v 6" Wjril : '. 11 o'clock ; evening Lenten tervice l;. :t....: :\: .:.........:.... ".". :'. age. In order to get its -< ':\' \ ........T.r) }. / ...1 ,
... ,
I"t.. -..11 it at $100 per bottles ELECTRIC LIGHTS .' .. .1..;. SI r..s..... .. ,l'i 1 ....a.., .,. .. .. ..
., i I" HP f-ir hnok of particular\ and sermon at 7:30. I...r.., '.(1.(.'-:..:.. : I fSirJV -:;\"; beneficial eftects .t'U always ",..,=:.' .,,,,,..,:\-J, .,!'.. (.J'-:... ,.' .. ",.-10.. ... ,

i MCbOL:; Chemical Co., Los Thursday-The Litany, 10 a. m.; -- j'-'I,: ... .. '';"''.;\..\ .:":| M'J ? V&\ necessary to buy r-i... ..,.. ..'.: .'...".'...,,,.::.),.. ,/ '...t." -/r....... ..... ) I,
....: '.;.. '.". .. .%_-. the genuine only : "... ;. .. ... .,.. !
:\1. .' Cal.. or Atlanta Ga.: : Evening Prayer at 5. V.. ;:,:..".4 : ; :.:: .,'.:... :. ;...h.. ,. .: .' ;, ."!to.-"" U'"" 'f'"'.' I.1...-
Electrician began: to string wireson : 1'.;?' .I..:.,: :::I .); \.: ; '. :'r' ,J.ujr.I'...' ::. ..i.....,, .
For sale byIDNEV Friday-The Litany, 10 a. m ; Evening .:;: ".:;..".... : ':: ..._.. :r.. ... .y..-'. :'; .. .0:' :.'" .. ..;
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and address at 7:30. Railroad street yesterday, preparIng ..' 1' : ':'.:.. {. : .... .. ::" -....,<., ":; .\ ':It' .. :. .
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-- Evening Prayer at 5. brilliant at night. The force is ." ": "'_. roo...f., ; : i f ; .: : ,...r.,; .j...:... '.: .. : :,..,,:
and evening ; :::!! : ..,='Y.-.lJ.{ f : i : \.'\ : t"'i 11 54: ''': '' )
daily morning working with a rush and the circuit '".. "'. ..-.; : .....1 :J $ .: 1 : : ;...-l.JJ ., :,: ;;'. :t ./ ""t.t
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and 5 ; y .
LODGE DIRECTORY prayers through Lent at 10 \.;' .. ...,J.... --. ..1' ;r \ ," .,.. .
will be completed in a few days or '. '.. .. \. \' '. ?' '.. ,
o'clock. I '-, ""\ ;... <.:..:.-... 'r. .' .!:----" \.\ i. .....

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3NIGHTS PYTHIAS. Methodist Episcopal Church South the new lighting contract begins. (.-{ ... 'r. ::; r1) 1'. : ,... :.\, :.. ...:.:!.::::;. ... ,,;";1.":'; :
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Pl'naacola Palafox Street Church, Rev. J. M. This is one of the improvementsthat .:...... :.. ..' r." : '',-." %
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meet.every Monday even Dannelly, Pastor-Services at 11 has been made under the pres- : :'i"- "' .c.--. ;: \) .. i :.. It
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all, ,. : .. : : r ". .; :. .
at7SO at Cattle r .. .!...... : -,,-n.' -..- '. I .
the .Bloant Wataon a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday ent administration. :. ,..{::;.1'\ y-:_ -----z- : ,.: ...:I:: .:;.s'.r:.::;." '1i
third ... "
Avant .
J. A.
& brethren cordially school at 9:30 a. m., Uriilh by Falling I* I'lrasant.

.Inl J. A. LYLE superintendent; Epworth League at Most people r<' .ml death by a fall as '

HOR8LIR C.C.K. 6:00 p. m., W. C. Mackey, president. one of the most agonizing forms ofllyln ) 1

R." 8. ;:. This opinion I is erroneous. The --- -1 .

first fact to be considered is that thesultjwtive -f
Baptist. Blue Island; 111., Jan. H, 1901. PEARL & DOLIVE.Call NOTICES.U
foelinss- the vario'w kinds CHURCH
Damon Lodge No. 13' First Baptist Church-Rev. F. Messrs. Ely Bros:-I have used
of fall the There people
an s-jme. are
,.''ets cvorv Hall {Tuesday corm r Palate evening and at 1:10 Garden at Jonespastor. Services at 11 a.m.and : who have CMUpul iloath hy, a Lair- your Cream Balm in my family for on them at the corner of Gar-: t.

'.4, Visiting KnlizhUeordlally. Invited.J. 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9SO a. Lfl'a1th'ho rAu'ied the stage of uneont1Iws nine years and it has become my den and Alcaniz streets for carpen.ter THE NEWS would that theclerey :
'itirilill*. C. C. m., E. D. 15p 'i3, superintendent. ami wLo are able to report family doctor for colds in the head.I and electrical work or phone 660. .
or those having in charge the :
K.ot U.48.U.vM B. Y. P. U. service at 6:30 p. m. ( what they felt. A scientific geutleiniu ue it freely on my children. It is ;
publication of church service notices :
A cordial invitation extended to who has occupied himself with a Godsend to children.
for Sunday: will send them to this
>.,n<* loxlt;... No, 3O, K. of P strangers and visitors to worshipwith this Interesting qu'slollIf! many Yours respectfully, iiiiiiili
office o'clock -
by 9 Saturday morning -
M 'fi' .,\I: 1O1XJK Xo. SII. KnUhti of us. years liases his observations! on personal J. KIM
IV *, mwl ev..ry Thursday even- rxiHTienco and on a large number in order to insure their loser- .' ,
..look. In their lastle Hall,.0 : Bros I suffered "
Messrs. Ely :- .
I.. mnt-W'atton building eouthif The Church of Christ. of cases whiih have occurred not tion in the proper position in the 1 ". ..
with catarrh and tried dlferent
1'itlafoY and Garden streets greatly
o only In the mountain hut also in war. paper.QENEUAL. J
& I1U are cordially welcomed Church of Christ, Corner Alcaniz .
remedies without effect. Afer NiCK'ST&R
It. ALLMOX: iu industrial establishments: and in
C. C. and Jackson Streets:-Bible school railn.iy nctidents. using one bottle of your Cream .j' J
K -t u and S. 9:4) at 11 m. and Balm I found relief and I cannot
a. m.; preaching a. The uctrn suffers no pin! no paralyzing I" .j

7:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy of Viola, terror lie is perfectly awareof praise too highly such a remedy. Following la the schedule of the :

1.0. O. F. Tenn.prayer meeting Wed nesday at what Is so'i'S on., 1'he time seems Miss CORA Alb'lnyS.WILLARD Y. jovernmentsteamer General French I :

7:30p.m. Song practice evening long to him. In a few seconds he Is & T which THE NEWS prints for the P

Pcnsacolamgf. No. 4 service begins at 7:15 o'clock. Come able to think so much that he can report E. W. PEAKE, benefit of the merchants who ship '
". .vi TV tbursday evening at 7.30: at for entire hour it. His t
an ( on <
services. their goods to tle various
".,,, 4i.1 Went Intendencia street. and join us in these Electrical contractor and builder, army.posts ,
> ,-,;.:.. 'etliren cordially Invited. thinking:; power Is immensely increased. : !
will do electrical work in first-
C.JO HANSON, N. Q.o Presbyterian.First In almost all cases the past seems sud your Leaves Pensacola____...__ J:00a.m .. '
i I.snv )IN, Secretary.AMERICAN class; style and at reasonable rates. Leaves rlarranras _____ 7Zoa.m. -
It flash of
Presbyterian Church Rev. deWy lighted up as by a He can be found at 30 South Palafox Leaves Pickens _______ sub)a. m.
lishtning. All phases of life pass before street. Phone 203. DAILY MENUS Leave Iarrancas___ __ 8:16 a. m. ,"
Linn R. Walker, Pastor-Services the minds eye nothing petty or Leaves Penaacola?_......______lo:15a. m.
GUILD. at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday Arrives Barrancas:IU a. m. and then '" .
unimportant disturbing the retrospect.Then CARPENTRY AND Comprise all the Up-to- makes a trip to rortMcKee and then returns ,'.
school at the !Stoddart Avenue sot tones sound in one's to Barrancas.Leaves I!
Date Dishes .
gentle the Markets
1''n.aI& Chapter N<>. CO7. -
Karrancas _.____ I
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'E HI.\W'IEIt. 1'. LlNDESSTHUTH Mission at 3:30p.m., C. F. Zsek, ears and die away at last when uneouBciousnoss ELECTRICAL WORK of the World Leaves Hickens ?_.._._ ._ __.__ l:.Ki: p. m. t I
LeaveS Heosacola,_. _., _.. au il :
:' rdllry. Oovernor.K. superintendent.The sots iu. One hears the fall ? ?? : p. m. .
Affo d. Leaves Pickenu?. ......____ 6:18 p. m. .'f:.
Christiin Endeavor Society of the body but docs not feel it. Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660, Arrives barrancas 6.80 p. m. and makes ,

:. OF L. will meet iu regular bi-monthly if vou have any carpenter or electrical trip On to Wedne MoRse and' return. 4 J
three after a man returns daysandSaturday8th
About days -
work want well done.
meeting to-morrow at 6 01. with you '
p. will
boat leave Barrancas via Pick-
from his friends begin to think -- ---
a trip Ladies' Private
I <>i .\sMMiiltly :>:io. 1505.t the Y. P. C. U. at the First Baptist something to change the subject Cleaning ladies skirts and waist ans for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. .: \

', .*t Mati'Jiiy In each month.W. church. lip i" one of onr specialties. Star: Laun The General French is for army ., ..Iii
P. H.TUARP.1 when they see him eomlng.AtchigonGlolJe. Iry. Dining Parlor.* purposes only and any outsider must 1 V
M. I"UOMLL.: M. W.Steretary. have a pass from the quartermaster 3 '' ,j'

('II ril.t o take passage 01 her. : 1\

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h. If want a nice to giveo i
present f
---- Central Christian Church, No. 1C you ----i '".,
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Easy 'ill. : a friend, go and look through the ,
East Roraana Street-Junior Chris DeWitt's Little Early Risers do elegant line of suitable articles at Regular Dinner Daily.Short A B .4 : 1

The Beer tian Endeavor at 9 a. m.; Sunday not gripe nor weaken "trig system. I. I. Stephens, you surely can find TA I.: n Watl; 1 & 11(1( ;

school at 10 a. m. ; Y. P. ,8. C. E. They cure billou 'ne''s, jiuudice, something to please you. If you Vi M v.i f

constipation and imctive liver, by want anything/ in the Diamond line Orders Promptly
That !at 11 a. m.
Made* arousing the secretions moving the 'le sure to see him before you buy.Jiudoin's .
Filled. Night or 1).,. INSURANOE' I
Uimerttalisr: bowels gently, yet effectually, and 1.1 i iANI N:

giving! such tone and strength to the fEe Qeslor $
&mm lmn! r raMaVICTORIA U First Universalist Church, East glands of the stomach, liver and If It's Something Good to Eat > ;i .
Chase Street Rev. Mrs. Athalia L. J. the troubleis I
bowels that the cause of SEND YOUR ORDERSto you wish you'll find It at :
Irwin, Pastor-Subject at 11 a. removed entirely. These famou ESTATE, !

:;- m., Sunday schoo' lat 10 a. m ; Y. little pills exert a decided tonic ef. Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or Nick Apostle's No.I South Palafox Street. ,
fect upon the organs involved, andif electrical work. Repair work a :
P. C. U. at 6:30 m. Bible study t
p. ; 1 their use is continued for a few specialty. "
Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. The I days there will be no return of the Popular Restaurant ,

3IADE 15Y public is cordially invited to attend trouble. Hargis Pharmacy, John Yon want a good piano tuner to Partial List of desirable Dwellings 'i t b! !
la'r: : these services, and the pastor is Sheppard, Sidney Kahn.oASTOnXA.. stay in Pensacola, still you hold mmm i for Rent in Various::Parts j t .!!

10.CKNT nUTILB BEER always glad to meet strangers after back your order. !Send it in. I have of the City: ,

IN TOWN.DANNHEISSER. the benediction. had 20 years' experience and have .m 135.00- -story bOUI.,.eootalnlng 12 rooms It, ,;

CWonthe The Kmd You Haiti Always! BcLg worked in several piano factories. all modern convenience. bath on f 1.
BROS upper and lo..erluon.. S
Chiiiian SUmce. i &t (! // Orders left at Johnson's book store J. N. ANDREWS I Dice yard and shrubbery corner stable ont lot. .i4

AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Services at 202 West Gregory streetat .. z-z/ will be attended to.CHAS.. .tr\'Pt.bou.ea. tltc" No. 7U Ecu LaRu. t.f I '

I I. f 11 a. in. All interested are invitedto W. PDESBLEY. jt Headquarters lor J* 135.00-11-story boarding boa,., containing j' .1 '..
Harper flutyXia AND PASSENGER : room, known as the I'once de .. ," :
attend. SCHEDULE Leon honse, Ko. lie Eatt Jntenden -i("

Salvation Aimy. RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS 3[ttdgin's, file Best pr C. $.JI.OO-Adealrabe2.etorymndprn 7 room.. most! desirable section dwelling1 of the ..,.: I l t

H me-401 S. Palafox street. Every one is cordially invited to city 0:1 a corner on the Buwt cr ..
81 R- F.xclln-e-Orp. Union Depot. attend the meetings at the Barrackson LINE. Fort Barrancas Fla. Feb. 21. 1903. W.00-Large Z-story dwelling.Jiarrelona 10 f"/Om.'reet. : ..

p Hot: 1. DeReache street. Holiness meet -Sealed proposals. in triplicate. will 13 South Palafox treee.rj fronting .-1'\'lIle H<)uare,' East r;.i! J i
> Fla. Government ,
be received until 11 March 21 '
a. m. )
ing Sunday: at 11 a. m.; Junior class ''J.f )-Comrortahle new J-story modern ..
"" Phon'!" 116-268. The Pensacola St. Andrews and 1903. for constructing plumbing, heat- dwelling.Urooms.very deslrablesectlonoftheclty 4 i '
meeting at 2 p. m. Salvation: meet Gulf Steamship Company has fixed ing and electric wiring one Lavatory flIll& situated on North i .

ings every night at 8 o'clock in the the following{; schedule and rates to also plumbing one set officers quarters Kaylen Strong and lieHoto :. .

Barracks; open airs at 7 p. m. apply between Pensacola and the and one barrack building For I These I! l.3.00-2-8tory: dwelling in food order with _, .
tiny Capsules: sre 'r
points named : :McRee Fla. U. S. reserves the rightto superior H rooms. three doors from tbe bell .1
Ito Balsam of line has and .
gas water throughout "
Lutheran.GermanLutheran reject or accept any or all proposals >0"!\ ortb arcelona Itrl''''. 4', I
Church J. F. or any part thereof. Information and CopaiL&SI J30.00-l-story dwelling rooms, city water, \ I
Steamer Tarpon will leave Pecsa furnished on application. Envelopes I They cure in 4g bath. gas, with large corner 10t.lIio. .; _'

W. Reinhardt, Pastor-German service cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 containing proposals should be marked e 1aI.6 disew 'without nyinxmftoi 115.70-1-slory 44)SWeatVlrlght dwelling.Brooms street newly pa- I _.p'! .I

at 10:30 a. m.; English eervice o'clock after the arrival of the Mobile "Proposals for Lavatory and '1 -g u nr II< niuGGiSTt pered and painted throughout on r ,

at 7 p. m.; Sunday school at 9 a. m. train and the P. & A. accommodation PlumbIng." addressed. E. COLE I15.00-i-story belt line.dwellln>o. ism.East clty$ water Ure.orv and.treet bath. I I t 't'

train. This will enable a Q. M. 'i rooms half Hock of ground with .,

Seamen's Friend Society. person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m, Keb21-S3-24-aMchl A50SEALED : CHOICESTFRUI1 Cervantes beautiful shade street.trees, No. 7t as& : 4

The Seamen's Friend Society will make close connection at Pensacolaand V-l-story dweilIng. );o 415 East Ore.o- i .. 'i
reach St. Andrews the next PROPOSALS will be or- ry Itreet.1i rooms newly papered and r
hold religious services at 3:30 p. m. morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. at the office of the paloted. j.

Sunday in their reading room on RATES. Light House Inspector, Key West, |1LO"iSf'.tSVl..a.Sollt' waters! newly 6-room '
pallLted -
South Palafox street, in the corner Fla., until 12 o'clock m., Monday, f AND D COIFECTIOHERI 1 1AT I/I'rrectorder. > ,\
|10.:0->o.luH North
Pensacol Alcanli
The passenger rate from March 16, 1903. and then opened for itrhet. a new '' .

building north of the Scandinavian will be as follows: furnishing and delivering fuel and S\O.(.>-No.bouse 11I11 In Ean goodorderwjth5ym.belmont .. '"'' I t''

church. Seamen and citizens of all To St. Andrews and St. Andrews provisions for vessels and stations in water, a neat o room cottage street newly city. -z, ':i it

denominations are invited. H. C. points-$6 00; round trip SlOe the Seventh Light-House District C. APOSTLE'S 5.UO-o.WOEaat painted and renovated tbrOQlhout. .1
C. R. To Apalachlcola and Carrabelle- during the fiscal year to end 30 June. LaP.oa street, a neatly l i I!
papered -roofJ1
TAYLOR Cushman, secretary. cottage In Iditlon
$3 60; round trip $15. 1901, in accordance with specifica. U East Bmnieit St .large 10C.cIty ". rconA ; Jti
Artistic Saints Meeting. These! fares include first.class tiDns, copies of which, with blank large list of smaller dw..llloys. a. well .
Shoemaker as a number of.tore.and offices f OK KENT' .
cabin stateroom and meals. and other information
proposals -
Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand
will hold
Latter Day Saints services
I Further information can be secured may be had upon application to THOS. C. WATSON & CO., ,
iiWOltK .-\ SPECIALTY. in Saints hall, 528 East Chase by applying at the company's office Commander JAMES H. BULL. U. One car-load of Pineapples at 1.71 Leadlcj Real Estate. Rental and Iniorftno-f' i ) 1

4 e *o.23.! 9 South Palafox St, streetSunday night at 6:30 o'clock. in the.Thiesen building. B. ic., Inspector. 19eod3t to $2.00 per doi en. Agents Booth Palaloi Street. -
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trary to public interest, and that is I I Oldest and Largest Agency in
-P -_. not to be defended whether attempted West
by a big fellow or a little one. i .

__ 4I ___ FELL LAST WEEKThe iiieIersdren. dose at bedtime pre- 18U.

The sympathiser with labor who night coughs of chil
the Pot PeoMOola,
atored a' omce at
I does lawless in the communityis '
yifc Meond-claii matter.OrriCE 1 things No croup. & &
really an enemy to the cause he
: :-Pltt'i Building, MIX South climate and crop service Issuedby Coolies Bros.INSURANCE
ldalozstreet, up-Ualrs. would promote. He injures the pros-
the agricultural department shows .
pects of the strikers instead of help- i ZSSS3S3S3E3SSSSSSSSS3SI For Over Sixty Years.

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ing them. The incendiaries who set that for the past week heavy rains MRS. WissLow's BOOTH'o STRUP: hat

fires in Tampa did the striking fire- fell all over the western part of FlorIda 1m AMUSEMENTS] oeen used for over slity years by mllllonioi
mothers for their children while teething
farms in Advance.
: Invariably men in that city more harm than any- Some of the bulletins furnished I
It soothes the child,
00' *lth perfect success.
____ L'CS
,111 Tear by Mall is labor in
t 4 Montbi ,. __..._ __ :2 60Dm thing else could. Organized read as follows: 2S2S2525252S25 ?525?5 softens the gamsallays all patncnrelwlnG
Week by Carrier, Payable Monday 10 Tampa should aid in every possibleway wile,and la the beat remedy for Diarrhoea. AND
rain is start- The sweeping success attending"Florodora"
Galt-Plenty ; grass
the running of the miscreants to It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m.

Uttrtiting Rates Furnished on Application cover for the protection and honor of ing; planting cane, and bedding sweet all over this country following mediately. Hold by Druggists in every can REAL ESTATE
its very remarkable record of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle
TELEPHONE NO. 118. labor's cause. potatoes; some around here are sow I breaking engagement In New York Be tare you ask for"Mrs.Winslow'i Sooth- ,

t:1llyrup, and take no other kind.
ing oats. City where it ran continously for 300 South Palafov :street
The report last week that Dr.
LAEt hew Mulat-Heavy rain, with warm wether. more than a year and a half, is certainly -
Charles H. Parkhurst, the great CHIPLEY LIGHT INFANTRY
standing tribute to its unusual Phone 22. PEXSACOLA
a Fu.
toPEASAOOLA York preacher was to become the ed-
worth musical offering. MILITARY BiLL
as a comedy
itor of an ideal newspaper backed by Cromanton-Some peach trees are

the min- This famous record breaker will be Monday the 23rd last, will be mili- -
IEB 21, 1903 millionaires, ia untrue, says showing bloom.BonifayRain. I I
ister. It beats all how the boys will seen in this city on Monday and will tary day during the Mardi Gaas Car-
has retarded work to j, GENERAL AGr.XTS
They do say that there is a great start such yarns going. Dr. Paruhurst I be given in its completness with every nival, and as a wind up for the days'

Amount of scab labor being employedIn admits that he did say that he wishedhe some extent. I I. feature the same as given hereto- festivities the Chipley boys will give The

Pensacola at the present time all knew of some man with three or Prosperity-Warm and rainy; plow- fore. Aside from the large cast of one of their delightful military Equitable

on account of such thorough vaccina four millions of dollars who would establish -, ing and getting ready for planting. I I artistic principals, the presentationwill balls. The various committees are

tion. such a newspaper; but he had AVhitfield-Rain every day this comprise a great chorus of well- hard at work and promise to entertain hife insurance SocietyOf

no idea of becoming the editor him drilled members and that much-writ- their friends in grand style.
week. !
Uncle Sam has some claims of his self; he would want somebody else'totry : ten-about novelty, the "Pretty Maid The program and committees will the United Slates.IIKXUY .

own he wants settled now and has instructed it; that is to say he would just Pensacola Many trees are being'planted ens" of the double sextette.Lover's be announced later.
B. HYl) ,
Minister Powell to demand oft tell them how to run it. Parkhurstisn't ; very heavy rains. I Admission 50 cents... Ladies free. I
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i the government of San Domingo im- the only one that thinks he Molino-Heavy rain stopped work in "Strongest in the World"

mediate payment. knows how a newspaper should be low ground; weekly amount was 6.921 j i "Lover's Lane" has now been played TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS -

: almost continuously for two years

Readers of the Times Union are run.. inches. I II last season by three companies and ,1 I Mr. Tho \\Vtitwortii will today -'WHY NOT THE BEST ?--

I take of the circulation
charge city of
promised some telling cartoons which Some people! are never so happy as this season by two-and has yielded
will show up the demagogue in Flor when engaged in the vilification of Sample bottles of Dr. Kiliner'sSwampRoot Clyde Fitch larger royalties than any : THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions -
the great kidnp) lvH i j I THE>> I EnG}>AI!NTSI
ida politics whenever he shows! his some one. We have them in almosten'r and bladder remtIIrt' heist di.. other play from his pen.V. A. Brady and collect: all accounts.Mr.'Ventworth I

head. The cartoonist might begin on )' community and they most gen.eraBy is booking it two years ahead. ha had large ex- /
Louse free. Have I
tribn\ed here from I
Borne of the state newspapers right belong! to the lower ranks of you received one? Pretty Peggy. perience as circulating manager of TRANSFER GO.

now to very good purpose. society. They are possessed with a -- 1
Grace George has acquired over : large daily papers, aud will make
strong desire to talk and to have lis- Havingbeen awarded
MAY three hundred books treating of Peg ; THE NEWS service of the sat- the cnt.tact
Senator Morgan by his efforts: to CARGO paper
(tenfrs, but lacking in sufficient knowledge 1 for carrying: the U. S. Mail! twlI \\'? .

delay the ratification of the Panama to he able to discuss any subject Woffington and her time since she decided sf actory to all I the L. & N. Depot and Post Uffi,...

treaty is causing the bright sun of upon producing "Pretty Peggy"in i i! and al-o the exclusive bal{! s e .
intelligently! they launch into abuse ACCEPTEDIt
all trains
on eDtE'riLIthe ,
which play the English actress fig- city
his past statesmanlike record to set in I Sill K'lGllriTTi':
if a.l that most
b' porsor.o frequentlywithout we are prepared to transfer bjs{{j;e
a hazy cloud. The United States will ures as the heroine. .
cause or r'as m.Ye are sorry I R'2ujr conclave of and ras-( llg"ls to and from all b.

not be frightened or even worried over to be compelled to admit that ;. CoeurdaLeon Comtnan- !l 1 jtels i residences and trains, day ,'r

the imaginary danger of a war with some people of this sort whose chief may be that the cargo of the German ELY'S LIQUID CREAM BAL H an i deryo.. 1. Knights night.

} Emma will be rejected old friend tnrui. It i I Templar, at 7:30: m.
Columbia. steamship in stock !ia trade is defamation, have entered i Prompt Service Gnaranfft!
pared fur the particular benetit of Monday, Ftb. 25.
the newspaper field thereby as it is said that a chemical anaysis ; -ulltrers from ua-Ml catarrh who are I I Grand Visitation hvG.K. We also conduct a Freight Delivery -

S Mr. Herbert Bowen who so success- greatly increasing their power for has shown the product to be below the used to an atomizer in spraying the U. rsmsfham If. adwick.! Work Kusiness-haul pianos, Fates,

fully handled the Venzuelan affair, evil. They attack the best men and di-eased nu-mbraae. All the heal- I i! in the K. r. degree, followed by a machinery and furniture at Reasonable -

t pitted as he was against the slickest the most beneficent institutions with high grade demanded. I lug and soothing properties of Cre am ;; banquet.Sojourning. Prices.

The controversy Is not settled yet, Kim! are retained in the new prep- Fir Kui'hts are cour- Telephone your orders to F. 11.
diplomats in the world, has won much reckless screed. never seeking to dIscover i aration. It d.>es nut dry up the :I teou-ly invited.J.. Pou's Livery Stables Phone 31 or

fame for himself; but there is a quiet a worthy motive in anything but but people who are on the inside say I secretion Price, including pray- i U. KELLER, E. C. Mrs. H. H: Hallmark's, Ke idcnce

suspicion in many people's minds always bent on destruction of what that the ship will be forced to dis- 11.g tube, 75 cents. At youraiu.Rit' .?- I HARRY. UIBKS Phone 354.MERCHANTS.
I #, or Ely Jrother.., \Varreii ,! .Recorder.
gti that our unpretentious Secretary of others have built. It is the presenceof pose of the cargo at some other point.or street, New York will mail it. i! i TRANSFER CO..

State, Mr. Hay, was the real master of creatures of this discription in tie with it i i

#, the situation, guiding and directing fair state of Florida that is doing more make some disposition i It will Surprise you-Try It. i M RS. II. H. HALLMARK, Prop,
tF I other than discharging it to the Pen- PENSACOLA MEN It is the medicine above all others ,
everything. to keep out desirable immigration, to HALLMARK, Transfer \t.; ,
for catarrh' and i is worth its weight )
sacola consignees.The I L. & >, K. K. (' .
keep out capital that is so much needed 0.,1' and I'.t A lnv.TIII
in gold. Ely's Cream B lint doM alii i
t l' President Castro is up to snuff. He and to retard the progress of the I Emma came in a week ago with ; SECURE PATENT that is cl.jinied for it.-U. \V. hperry, |

i. t i has declared that there: shall be an state in every way, than all other: forces I about :3'MW tons of iron pyrites consigned -- irtfordCoun. '
; increase: of CO per cent in the duties combined. Horida needs all the I I II My son wee afllict"d'vith catarrh. :
to the Gulf Transit Company, He n-rd Uilm
r of all imports. This mil I) per cent increase Louis ISagger & Co., patent attorneys I'.ly'st.rwiui and the i,
Flaglers, Plants, Stetsons, and De- .
divar I p.blH citarrh all I Uft him.
is the sum that the, nations Lands it can got. But wealthy men do I[I but destined to interior points. It is Washington, D. C., report that J. e. Om! ,,t H", Arcoli, III, !]j t J i&COiiY! GPO !KY!

t having claims against Venezuela are not have to come to Florida and spend the first cargo of over a dozen and recently Messrs. J. M. McVayand J.W. The iJtlm dots lot iintatn and' Jlllll..alc'

to get from the customs duties. Since their money in developing the state. some of it has been taken out of the caup "iifeznisf. Sold by Ely Hrothef' -
t Sullivan of this place obtained a 6 the foreign merchants have
charge They can go where they choose, and vessel.! As the unloading proceededit I
? of Venezuela's import trade will valuable patent for improvements in IN'tailHILUigL'AlllI.KS Grocer..
they they will not choose to come here toaDY MILITARY LAND WARRANTS.i
was said that the low grade was discovered -
have to pay the indemnity. A foxy great extent to submit to senseless "window fasteners. A printed copy of : : I OK
and the work stopped. The
grand pa is Castro. abuse. this patent will be furnished free to

1 vessel! remained idle a day or two and I ; PAID per-ons tf'I'illg'wto Family, Fancy and Staple
tbe above named attorneys. MentionThe

It has been agreed that the claims Church Restaurant.The then more of the pyrites were taken News in writing. ,: C'J' 00 ha-s JJ.whether K. KF I LLEY bnv ,or ,'< Groceries, fc<
of the United! States against Venezuela -
I : out. The ship was working yesterday i iI Ur2-) : K.u sat City, Mo.
,. are to he determined by a commission ladies of the Unhersalist and All Kinds "f Up-to-date Fancy
I and last night but one of the Gulf i 10 CVKK: .\ CO I) IOI: : I)AY Goods.
: consisting of two members, one church will conduct a restaurant dur I I
i I Transit Co. officials: said that the affair Take Luau"p Hromo Quinine TahMs All FOR SALE \Ve Hole Distributors
to be selected by the president of sro for \\V:
the ing Monday and Tuesday at the place
I drulgl'1o refund Ins money if u fulls to I
;'1 United! States and the other by the formerly occupied! by Willis Hardware has not yet been settled. curt: }o:. W. urovj' signature Is ou tbct II I Florid for the Cel h bmteii Cafe du
a tins. 20c.; MondCotlee, Sweet Home :Moltsesi. --
president Venezuela.. Should these '' store on Palafox street. They will -- .- .- The Costumes Used in i Illiniaud Climax KlnursHirle't

two be unable to agree the Queen of ( serve oysters,fish C'howdersantlwitch- Ve Till lauud-jf your ? fo.: I Delieatf>-sE'n, German -Anteriea9.
\ i'feud Hi'o
<':iily l to edits, each and make: them loot last Year's Carnival Food >.'.
Holland is to appoint an umpire who es, coffee, tea, cake, salad and fish. Meats, Etc. All
} ( A runaway almost endinsr fatally! like taw Star Lanudry. I of which are sold by all firs-t-cla--'
shall have the casting vote and the Their place will be known by the ; I
started a t urnb'.e ulcer' on the leg: vf Parade. II i Retail Grocers in the city.
decision thus reached shall be final. "Yellow Sign." They if wantto
say you J. P.. Orner Fr.uklin: Orov, Ill. CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, i I U021O Ol'll1I"HOX
patronize them look out for the yellow .
it i defied all doctor
t Americans are an enterprising people sign. 21Mt. For uryear' So.3b South f hibfox street, for your I -- -- --
and oil rf 111 NI it s. Huckleu's .\rllic:! I These costumes are in excellent -
born. While
sure as you are sup- electrical work. lIe i-s pr pared ttdo -
Salve hall no trouble to cure him.Eqially \ condition just thethingtowearat PENSACOLA
+ plying the demand for missionaries you a first-cl'I"' job nt iiioderate
goad for Bunts, Jsrui-e,
it has occurred to the fertile minds of prices. Phone 203. \ Ills
at "I have noticed that the sale of Skin Eruption* and Pile,;. :1:>: at W. Majj PressingClub
the Yankees that there could be a

# good thins; worked up( in the manufacture Chamberlain's Btonnch: and Liver A. D'r\IH :bf'rLe'8 Drtb' B.ire: 121 i :slit can get your house j est y's Grand Ball February I

Tablets is dhno-t invari ibly to tho-(- South Palafox trpet. fun ,chd with ':
I of idols to supplant the crudeobjects complete 24, 1903. l H'e will sell one j FOR GENTLEMEN.
-- --- ---
who h used them Mr. '
the once says
at ,Jlrzr-
made of mud and stone. So elegun, furniture or more to until
J. Hi \Vtbrr, a prominent druir; i-t CITY TAXES. any person
we are now to have a brisk export stan Sf Q.tina'x on easy payments .
of Ca-e ode, .iVliat better' c- they are clostll out- Jpply
' \;
, trade in Idols of pita purchi, tin or weekly or monthly. !I One Dollar Per MonthIn
oniniena ttion could any incdiciut if tti i..h to : ,II
+p' paper mach Those poor heathens I Tai Payer, trait stop - I at once toCIIAS.
have th in r>r people: to call for itwhen I
: must bo looked after and their wants Iiitfrot, rail at fill('(' and pajjour FOR LUMBERCall LcEAROX Advance to Membership,
.t in t.ffd of "Ujii a rear lU ? irjhftri ,
an dneeds supplied you know. Ta\ Clothes Cleaned and Pre-''edi=
whn you fei-l Cull aft. r flit- ? ou liEEKMAN LUMBER ,I Chairman Huilding Corn. often as desired. Your Cloth. -

: 1112 when yt>u b.HVt' a hid taste n I i X. 3U-K. OKHTINf, CO. for eF.Inlatbefore placing .. -. Fant for and delivered Call ,.:
(lard coal is now retailing in Philadelphia your howls, tt-cl I'llmiihtve luiupietitrM -
10.2vr Tax Collector. your orders for lumber! d6-lin 9'a South Palafox and Join tl
for: $i a ton. What brought >r when! troutl-d with coiistipiii I Club.
>u. .u d are c-rtain t.1 b- de- I !
I you i
, about the reduction, the coal commission I

; or the taking off of the tariff on lighted'f.. af with>r1. tll"l'wrlll'lll-li..r Furale! bail wl'i.'j CTU.Jijit i i-, = =- La is': flail Skirls a Span !rr' .

i imported 'oal-Ocal Star.We and nifduMiiced; id'rs. i tirsPsa:2 2 I
; asaaBSfc STOLE I Yours far Xentne

an just unwise enough to suppose fnd.:..-.; hale I v "tl rli:.? silvu /C SPRINQs "it"itr '
lij f it was the resumption of work by :'>"*!* :UiJ -liver novelties ito l>t'iid ; ra / HI G. W. IRWIN.Hot
:ii L'l I' .
t. the coal miners, thus meeting the urgent I { at J. I. otHphejPriced to rJ !! I COLLARS

1, demand with abundant supply, ..... ..... ..... r...,. : 1 OPENING .
that caused" the price to come down. Ii OJIMJ Chocolate with
i' However if the price! should go to 6; i! /GO Dosesi t Whipped Cream, at Solo-
: ;
cents below what it was before the H -- ar
i A "" & 4 will be ropnl'ir in ; mnn's.

:,t t strike the t:>tar could base a ery good For One Dollar s- "" ",,:; 1IIE,1C WEAR. 0tir.-iu i : Wjai'ts. Fancy |

.f:' tariff argument on that fact. I i l'i ?=2SHSHSH5 HS as aS SSE5BSHS.c Sleeve, Caps and johHrpd :
' Effects also will hold rule this STEAMER
Economy in medicine must be t !*pril!::!. All these ellrtct5, in i
It is said that the judiciary committeemen -
f : [ < "HEYWOOD'S"os fact the ht. st tit all practical
measured by two tltlllg's-co and ; .
of the senate now consideringthe I Iq styles, are found::! in {.ur Stock of

:t. Littlefield anti-trust bill are practically I effect. It cannot be measured by : ; t Celebrated Jetwern 1't rlllalla! anti 'liltlln-t 'IL'

I unanimous in the opinion that I either alone. It is greatest in that I ;' $3.50 -SHOES- $3.50 I Ii BUTTERICK PATTERNS. Hnn Daily Fxctpr Surulaj.

.! It li'houhllwcome a law bat are a little medicine that dues the ( I i "
most for i "CITY
t ; Pier of all $350 Shoe:! Unequalled for Comfort, Durabilityand Th March Pittuns giving OF TAMPA.

: in doubt as to the phraseology and are the money-that radically and permanently Workmanship.. A Uoi .mt>u Sense Shoe for Common Sense j jfen : some indication i-t prevailing : :.Milton 8:"mm l'o-n'aeotaJ'rm

trying to devise some means by the I j \ ; ; spring Style are now in. i'. vrPectucola.ic.mam. Ar Milton 5 ". pm
at least .
cures ex- i i --- - -- ---------- I II When nxt yon coin to our
which the small be i
corporations can I I' Fare,to; Hound trlpiflQ.

I eiempt. When they succeed in dis- pense. That medicine .iffood's I ; : "HAWES" $3.00 HATS. : ; .departuif-nt t're vi-it our indeed Paper, it Pattern would ,I

covering that means they will prob- I ) I II if havedres mjk-
SarsaparillaIt I ; 5 You: can pay five dollar for a Hat and be no better eati-fled. See : : pitY you you -
ably succeed in finding a means by l lug intentions, to make a pn. JEWELER IN HIS
If about
1 ( ; the New Alpines and Derbies. particular style you'll } .
'I vial trip to our: score fur that
which a defect in the law can be created purifies and enriches the blood, ( ) wf'araH'iwP;.
I \ .. I pur osf'.
and the foundation laid for some cures pimples, eczema and all ( \ -- u --- ( I
i '! ilver" GPO. P. Idea' "Gold" S\,1 ; NEW STAND
successful argument in the future tired i t \
eruptions, languid feelings,
against the constitutionality of the loss of appetite anti general debili ty. ; ( $100'\'; Celebrated Shirts / $1.50 i.'I i.; COE'S BOOK STORE I

law. Why not the same law for the d
; ) here style and ?ond ta-tft8< well as the hl'*? ff quality, ahnnn'i.i I have: r:. rv my j j'-wtlry: -' 'r* t'
big and lillie fellows? If there is no "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and ;'I i; C-lur* \VhitPboth PtHitfd and PI d' B-coui. Come Lo'!k 2it South .'..Iat" Strcer, .
: 12' South Pal-ifox, former: ; '
found it -
: injustice in the requirements of thebig reliable and civiuz: perfect 'ati fsetioB. 1 1'Fm Over, it will Plca-aut as 'IH.a! aPn fi' v hip. :
It take! a'nsthat tired feeling giver j PENSACOLA, ] pied by Hiss ft Co.. ,. a :i' *
corporations, there is no injustice __ .. ,
-- FLORIDA.yn.
energy and puts the Un<1 in pood r<>uti!; n. nn n nn better .1e
th' ;
I '" prepared t'
ia what is required of the sraal aril Mils ErriE CoiE.. :: k'\ :::IJ :: :
WS; Nth fctre't. X. W.. ,
:.. in fact there is no bar against any development W a,hiDtl/n. D. < v J. & B. FORBES.w I IMUT'Tir i greatbar.tiasindh If' ,'. "
E t' : jewelry, etc. Call :
ih cf business except that Hood's Sars2p=ria provisos i to \1oIr5 l' irjn1Y Cure let
j; which is in restraint of trade and coa- cure and keeps the premise. I ;illcrs ;>nd Maaler ti 1rt. I I. !fc St'

I f / ", L -- ,. : "' .' .. ",. ,... -,- "-.4. ,,i.,. _"Jv

-- ......::.,. k, ....,_ Lit"i. ; 'Of-tr-: V'" "lirf:'Tt ;* :">;!;;',-| : :; :;;" ;.M.i.. >: '. ; :C;} "' :' ; 7.?4'.. ... ;, ;;:[ .;f.b",>>J.-1--.": :? \ : t.-;:. :r ,'-.":; ......... -,..... ....:*,.t"' '' 3;


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NO ARGUMENf- NEEDED. o 31To. ueaB.
I. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier;
Every Sufferer from Catarrh Knows ;{

That Salves, Lotions Washes, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK j

Sprays and Douches do not .t

Designated Depository of the United States. S. 3
Powders, lotions, salves, sprays and

Inhalers cannot really cure Catarrh, Condensed Statement at the close of business! Ftb. 9, 191.\3. .. t

That Will because this disease is a blood disease RESOURCES. t .
I Imposing Pageant LIABILITIES. f.

and local applications. If they Loans and Discounts! ................. .. ... $338,07295 Capital Stock ...... .... ...... ... .,.... .... i'WOOUOO .
accomplish anything at all, simply Demand Loans...... ...... .. .......... .... 1228C654 Surplus. .... .... .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. .... 2O.iO.OO i
\Velcome His Majesty Monday. give transient relief. Overdrafts. ........ .. .... .. ......... ... .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits..... ...... .... .... .... f,9076 }I. .
U. 8. Bonds and Premiums... ........... 213,806.87! :! Circulation...... ...... .. ...... .... .... .... 125,00000 I
The catarrhal poison Is In the blood Btoc securities, etc... ..... ... .. ..... 2,625.00 Dividends Unpaid,...... .. .... ..... ..... .. 180.00 | .',
and the mucus membrane of the Furniture and Fiitnres... ...... .... ...... 6,71848 Deposits ..... ..... .................. ...... 56h,649,3. :r,F
..... ...... ... ......... <
I .
U ::g Prisms IV will be signally I ment In regard to the probable outlookfor nose, throat and trachea tries to re- Cash and Exchange 223.17024 I '

,r.i upon his arrival here Monday Monday and Tuesday next. lieve the system by secreting large i' }.

:, noon Present indications are Long range forecasting with any quantities of mucous, the discharge Total. ..... .... .... ... ... .. .. ... ... .. .... $911,420.10 Total.... .... .... .... ...... .... ...... .... 9ll,420.10 tTh'is .
ai ';.' sort of satisfactory results is almost sometimes closing up the nostrils, bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit yonr patronage and we will gin .,' +
weather will be fair and cool,
".4*. impossible, especially in winter, on dropping into the throat, causing your business prompt, courteous: and careful attention. > t

.,2it extremely pleasant for out- account of in the weather deafness by closing the Eustachian \
Els'1; ** rapid changes 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. j
I.r. ' It Is also certain that conditions. Atmospheric waves encountered tubes, and after a time causing catarrh

,: .n wi of spectators will equal any west of the Rocky moun- I of stomach or serious throat __

:. has ever assembled on the taalns are frequently felt in Gulf sec and lung troubles. B. 'H. FAIRCHILD, I G. W & CO,, G. W & COQ'.r:."''!
\I' tions wIthin the short space of 24 or A remedy t6 really cure catarrh r a"
._ similar occasion. '"r
on a 36 hours; but conditions this morningare must be an Internal remedy which C"P XI O IJBTERIR: ,

'.Ir !it-sets and owners of two- very propitious for continued fair will cleanse the blood from catarrhal 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I GREEN WATSON & CO. '

.. .' ings i along the line of march weather. A vast area of high barometric -I poison and remove the fever and "aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecialf f! f i :

.: pr'inc: strong supports to prod I pressure with fine weather covers I congestion from the mucous mem- !. :
i the great wEst from the Pacific oceanto brane.
'. !.\ accident. Decorations are PhCU10 4OO. 1
Mississippi river, from which it The best and most modern reme- D New Goods Received. made and by night the I p
: r N seems reasonable to expect continued dies for this purpose are antiseptics R. K. WHITE o _

t. 'd scones will be presented fair weather for the next two or three scientifically known as Red Gum, I I BLACK ILK AND JET DRESS? ORNAMENTS: \

: \ colors are in evidence on days. Beyond a circumscribed area I Blood' Root and Hydrastin, and while Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler $J STREET AND OPERSHADES IN LADIES'GLOVES. 'I

of cloudiness over Louisiana and eastern each of these have been successfully and Graduate Optician, I ELEGANT NECK RIKBONH, OnI t
Texas the weather was remarkablyfine l .j used separately, yet it has been difficult I W* CARNIVAL RIBBONS, bHIRP WAIST BUTTONS: <<' t
made folForrration 1 South Pal&fox St., Pem atola,Fta.nrrdng's
IM' will be up as 1
: this morning in all sections west I to get them all combined in .. -- ---- ., --- -- I. LADIES' AND MISSES' LACK HOSIERYo : C ;
and northwest of Pensacola. On the one palatable, convenient and efficient 01 '
iiie fs/ f or 5c. I IHK UKUUMM; STOCK or' out ? S. r
of Parade. South Atlantic coast it was raining; ] form. 1I

>. .1! and mounted polies.I but we do not look for changes to the I I l The manufacturers of the new ca- -- ..-. /1 I Ladies Jackets and Tailored Suits ;'

eastward, except (' a tropical disturbance -;, tarh cure Stuart's Catarrh Tablets i THE WEDNESDAY MUSICAL CLUB. j
: i 1' r hil: Maj. R. M Cary. r

C 1 IL Turner, C. YV. Merrill, "is approaching from thesoutheast. i have succeeded admirably in accom-, I To Bs Closed Cat Efiariltjs f if[ Ccsl cr Fo'infir pjin.o" r!
pushing this result. They are large The Wednesday Musical Club held avery
! Over, Geo. 'Wentworth E. G be dissolved
: pleasant tasting lozenges, to enjoyable meetin with Mrs. F. Q
Q 1 Thro Baars, Biickncr Chlploy Piso's Cure-40 years on the market and in the mouth thus reaching DEPARTMENT
I E. Brawner this week. The following
:. Turmr. Jr., Henry IIer, M. H. still the best for Coughs and Cold I every part of the mucous membrane i i *O I* becoming; more complete suet t'ay. qj
25c; per bottleMARINES. of the throat and finally the stomach. 1I 1 programme was rendered: .

.10. J Whiting Ilycr, D. F. Sulli- I Unlike many catarrh remedies Piano Solo (selected Mrs. F. E. Full Dress Shirts and Neckwear for Carnival Festivities &

WILL BE Tablets contain
I Stuart's Catarrh no Draw ner.

I ,\i'd Stales troops. Ft. Barrancas.i : \i cocaine opiate or any injurious drug i The Dream Tree (song)-Joyce- ci Remember, Our Shoe Stock is Complete I ;

i :.tod States Marines Corps. ALLOWED ASHORE! whatever and are equally beneficialfor

i I. ic Jackets! of Battleship Indiana, little children and adults. Miss Burrow. ::' And Embraces Lines for Mm, Ladies! ai.d Children. JH;: ;

I Mr. C. R. Rembrandt of Rochester, The Regret (piano mazurka-Ta- I' !
r >iably). \ I
marines i N. Y., says: "I know of few people lexy-Mrs. Rutherford. I ( < Jr.
Flor- A quad of seventy-flve
'iiird Bat. Rog, Infantry I
and bluejacket: will be given shore I who have suffered as much as I from And Then Say Adieu (song)-Miss _. GREEN, WATSON & CO. # H; '
State Troops. Catarrh of the head, throat and stom-
leave this afternoon from the battle I Nicholson. I II {rt fs-
cond Bat., Light Artillery, Florida of the ach. I used sprays, inhalers, and will be with Miss tJS! '.IdlXICG. W. & CO" .
I ship Indiana. In anticipation: I I The next meeting XDGCG. W. &. COT. T T T,+?tn!
Troops. crowd of jolly men landing, a large I powders for months at a time with Bernice Nicholson, 409 Hayne street I '--
slight relief and had no hope i ..... I Iq.
\ .'f-Troops will be in their desig- : number of people are on the I Wednesday morning, Feb. 25, a ten
of cure. I had not the means to make
positions not later than 11:30:: wharves.: o'clock.
of climate, which seemed
Tho committee from the carnival I a change;

association, commercial bodies and J! my only chance of cure. CAN GET .< .< .c ,4 '
J( the city Mt at 2 o'clock this after I "Last spring I read an account of you

highness Ring Priscus, noon to extend courtesies to olllcers some remarkable cures made by Stu. REEKMAN LUMBER CO. have ICE CREAM SODA :
rated Knights.: and men. The Peurosewas employed 'I' art's Catarrh Tablets and promptly a larva stock of dre.sed studding ,

Lard Mayor and privy to make! the trip.ATTEHTION. bought a fifty cent box from my druggist I and: joinGet; their prices bcfret.u.viug. HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES f
tllC-1m :
:! ; and obtained such positive benefit -
I I'I'I I .
rrla's.: COMPANY K. I from that one package that I con I The finest line of umbrelUa in the --ATTrainer's -

wilt move on arrival or I tinned! to use them daily until I now (io look 4
I I U at J. I. Biepbtns'
Too are ordered in appear at thearmory city i :
cllIll'ss.: at High Noon. 10:30: $) a. Ill Monday, Feb. :!;tin !i consider myself entirely free from I at them. I II Confectionery :

in.\ street to the ret'lewmt fati;:ui uniform and leg.iugs to : the disgusting annoyance of catarrh;

of the United States partlciiite in C.miival piraHe. I my head is clear .my digestion all I i! Ve have just received oral .z..e. FIRST DCOR NORTH OF TlflESEN BLTLDLNG. .*." ;'
C. 15. l'AHliJIII.I"Captait. ,
I I could ask and my hearing which had i!1003 line of Ueijwood Go- : Y:
where he Lord Fish:; Coiiun.uiUin S Z' "
i begun to fail as a result of the ca- with all the latest improvements. "
A Severe Cold for Three Months. tarrh, has greatly improved until I I. Call and Sl'c'I '' ,',
:Ji::Imess, King Priscusindentation.
The following letter from A. J feel I can hear as well as ever. Theyare
the paradeS story; "I flared t"t tl>r.." / Marston $ Quina.
5'north on Palafox street m.nith-; with ;i severe cold. A d'up;

v .'r,'1,1 and return on the gi-t piep.irt'd me conn* in dioiiif, Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are sold JUli\V NU- c"P4. Real Estate and Rental l
and a physician rrt'.crlhfd for mf. j by druggists at ;oO; cents: for complete I : Agent
:',tttdstreet! to the Roy- vet I did not niprove. I thn tried "i
I treatment and for convenience, safetyand I ..-. NKITI1KU; the caplnln.
x I. I I- his loyal Highness rilpy' Honey and Tar, and euhtdnifsciirfd isndoubt- .: :'e erg norconsiunei-s o( the o\\n-1 1:11: South I'alafov Strtt't, :
me," IlfmesubitituteV. prompt results they are I ,.\ hjvuiimmp junto mil ,

!I'.,101'< '! :-in official visit to the \ A. D'Ahmberte.NEW |It'dl} the long looked for catarrh I I lrl\ctl'd II by the tl'crew*i.iiisible of said!or te ..dobis.1 con.I TELEPHON-. 241. PENSACOLA, FLOFIOA I
: 'in.i
I! cure. T.\r.\L.\' ,.
1 ", .i did! attendantsvill: \i t-W I' Gulf Transit ('0., Captain. II III' '
I .
SALVATION onsisnew. I'.ii'l.'A.
I :

'i, '.(.111h"n>,t.>"m llak"'IY Houso vf the GRAND MARDI I ------- ---. t I I II I II. G. DeSiln & Co. j\\


I and the public to know that he: has I .
GRAS BALLATTHEARMORYTUESDAYIIICHT. ), nuf jctarers and Deal" rs InSash \,
FOR MARDI GRASS Moved to llom 508:x, Thieen build- I i!
I I r.
Captain and ;\McAllister of the jog;, where he will continue as heretofore Doors Blinds .,
S X n\sDr. I I : '
The !Daily < !
Silv.itlou Army arrived from a general law practice I

i iho! local weather buIN Hirminghtm tins moruitifr for permanent : _-.. --. -- ,-,-.._- -_ .-u" ---- I ,, Shingles, ,
.,1. stat
following -
stHioa: hfre. Thy are I I I \ \ ft flfi
-- - greatly( IntorpstpJ in tho work of J L !I1iUClltl fi li .. Builders Materials i ;

fallen hamuiity Hud the tint sr i In addition to the many other attraction : l UJ' ; ..;

r ') I I1Vs1.t: { lIs \ ico will I>H held tonight. aiecial of the Carnival, tin're will! I -
service will hu ht-Ul tooiorrow. be eraiid :Mardi Gras B.nit Armory -- : Brick and Lime. I a
Hall, Tuesday night, J'Vfo. :!.J. '
.e.5 ,-: 2.52.52S2.S52225" I Ir Irn I'MU.> The bill will commence at M + an I
; Dl'.n.'I "" o'clock, so as not to lutt-rtere with ,
n't ajal '.,L. : i the coronation exprei-esut the optrihoue i PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND I '
rn { I In
:roc( "l:1 e i' EV.NTS' r nod will continue until 1 a. mAll
I I.! prr; % be lIIa-keg, but if you: are hot : SHORT NOTICE. ?>* jt 'A.GREENHUT
m. any If1w. 11
-K AND 11RPSU\11\\ : The best of inu-u ; hn bt-nn !'gpcaC I First-ClauaCork Imranteed and :
Positiycly Curublo.V.
I\j ed, and you are figured cf a goodtime. Iltferpnces Funu-hcd. .WHOLESALE i"
I ..
11 iS1D I ,
-cpcrpcrpfrpqpqpn-it jc-anqpcpa- i j jof Admi-Mon, 35 cents. 414 UAST: IXTIXUIX'I.ST.. ;
The comnttttPereserveu the right;; .ty
f 'drrnenrertngfrnmthe i S I.TJ ward in this cltr. Li hop\Veed Jack3inville I wi'l ton-jact any and all objeettanablepersons. l I'I : Kcs. 102, 104 105 East Government: SL, PENSACOLA, FLA. 'I z

p-oprluorof thr Clifton administer confirpintiou at Chrirt I I .
? t.l cm if thira, aajov church tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. I Ivf-member the date! Tue-day NOW OPEN i i STlE'S' '
__ I night. :3A Ai!1 ART STUDIO. OYSTERS AT NIC AP ,e';

-.." Fnne'mo.:\ 51, 14U!. Mrs. V. J. Vidal lt on the 7:15 a.1 guaranteed ('lire lor PilpH 15i I I I hiv "j1fon'd a FtuJio: in room Si, II Flue oysttri today. Try tl! PHI."NIC ..,

".d I, Rrf the'sly to'"aa from.,dial iolrg tf"to'-). m. train today fora visit i of two weekt : Itching, Blind, lUeedlng or Protruding : BOWUNG flUEYt i : alish11r.tJlork. where I will give I Al'OhTLK. '11

..' Three r".1r'I.n. therearrrr. I j Mr. and Mrs. Luis M. Moraines of Piles Your druggist will refund jour lesion--' m> own sy-tun of draw-
.' '. end put me under Mobile. i mom-y If I'AZO OISTMKNT talk to cure I : ing-c.I! "Hbck and White"- I I Hot French T/affl. with '"1 .'1 1I
iFtMpg: no Ie'sef. t went you. 50 cents I
al-oii, French I'a-tel and Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's. ,
., I.S r and t l.ft
w nt I.) amitturi
-. ..11 i TI.'ptnt'rlanathere, III.., Rev. Dr. Lloyd\ of New York wLd j ur at the Carnival Ke, IIM !Inter Ercia treH.I I Newdpiper atrl Magazine Illustrat f

I tk al tl. could'. \Vednesd. next and preachat I UIn of
r; rr>i'na my arrive y I .
Opposite?; McIIugh'a. I
'r I* wPt i vft the hoc sheds W. Gar- lug.I
afternoon I ,
church Thursday
Christ have tauahtlargeclae=ps in !
nIS'rte'yhr.>J.>Ti .' 'i' IK 11 per..nt. It *'U kt at 5 o'clock. Ij i den street, 250 men to I town m Georgia! :and In many of theft DR. F. E. .,
't re: Fn:I"n nnipnuntf', andS i i male college! ot ( f the Kouth, so can I
I. a'.d th'til "*.L( I began t o Dr. Ed S. Mitchell and wife have take part in the parade. : Mardi QrasBall Has returned and resumed practice.
; otl.r an npf-'irncn of twenty-
and found that the awful arrived in the to visit hU father you
"", .d: with f..r nrr tae JUno bad city 8. Apply on Tuesday 24, fav. yen In the -tudio will be Office 2i'i Wf t Government (St., : '
w 'B and mother, Dr. and Mrs. I '
r .nll''y dflfrrrat person, found the cb icfst collection of Salisbury Building.;
... ".'"i It to Inure pprnmnener I bare Mitchell, of 419 West Cha*l'. He at the sheds. :!i.3t t
a ni niher --- t work ever !shown by a single
n all .1-ttlnit f r b'e has many warm friends to greet him crayon Tolephone 143. fij I : :
.. .u a warm friend >n,| mother li t"fT HotFrench! Waffles with artist acd pn invitation is extendedto .
who bid Br jht't IIi..... cud laI and his charming wifeL. Florida Cane at
Syrup eve'yone to tome and see It. My
r"ej I dl.lpublici',,bui feel I. l l1
Solomon'sWe ....CONCORDIA HALL .... t
"Klit ;i. brlno''D. J. Burkhfim, of Gainesville, ; term for Instruction are moderate.
:11.5. C.C. MiTTntWC.
Fla., grand dictator of Knights of are the only furniture .
i -- : t
Tuesday NIhtr feb. 2.4th, .,
t. s ii-ee that Prlfbfs D' Honor for thp state of Florida, will dealers in the city who car t,
MEAT & MALT has a marvelous: .
5 >: but *7 percent are reach here Sunday night to remainfor l'
''- under the Fulton Comt ry a complite line of china AT 9 O'CLOCK.CLAfcS dietetic vjlu:'. While refreshing and

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:. .'... short l.t'rc- sell them fur cd. SnM by 'tjf'h.I h.
i II-MH: c and JIVJ forJo"n IJASSHJ.i'; I
I. En BROrt.
d: ,I Fulton Co...'0 )tr*. H. T. Muthews and biby Marston I 201i4 S. Palufov Street tJ:
i easy payments. i All m<\*ker3 will be examined atUed'i'neni .
Lee .
.D Frrneiseo i. ""Ieom- Mary frlm1oylvanla:: (> -
.', ar'l i u<> objectionable
l ,. "1 .il- for ;: tcau. De- rived last night to *rand a few days Quina. will beadaiutPd. I ; i1 \

1', NAIL- led 1 frcJ.H' HnO. .. stopping with relatives witb her and Frtif-rani friend She Mother is Florid Hot French Cane Wafer;syrup with at TICKETS 50 CENTS. I TRY r.l'Ti) ,r<',)l'W\ W fflA"T .\ .:t kU! iT '. N !I 1M: ,

I; for PtnsacoU Dr. Thos. S. Mitchell and fami'y.; Solomon's. Ball begins after Carnival Parade.


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F H Hob Irc..r* For Cblldr .. Actire,Volcano In ttah. Your
Robe dresses are coming into favor c What appears'to be a partly active money backIf

for cLildrr-n. Those of thin material Volcano! crater has Just been discoveredty

such as mull, swiss and chiffon, are George McXome and several: other you are not satisfiedDO

among the favorites. pro-pcctors at a point about twenty
males; north of lloab and two mile YOU SUPPOSE that a company with a capital of 1500,000 oa raid -B full.nt.t
is dine goods
The embroidery on reputation of 36 years of continuous success,would
proud make bulb aa o3er ::;
SaltvlIl'j' wid ;
where Eat wash crosses not ,.
'ast .
Itself, not wt on, as I* usually the case.The to the
little frock is trimmed with an V EGtTAgfM : and about six miles south of DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our standing with the pubic and cur ctlle
of still greater success by failing to fulai any promise: we make ?
6 lich:1rJcn postot5cc. DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an offer U we did not have the ttmOSt .
COMPO1jND ItiI On a high mesa the prospectors discovered dence in the satisfying quality of our goods! cot+-
,. WE KNOW we can please you and save you money, for \YXER WHI>KTV
steam or smoke rising some direct! from our distillery M you. with all its original richness and flavor,carrying-a r\-F"' ,
I i distaiiott from where they were and onlu't'station STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE of PURITY and AliI:: Ina1! Li
[ found that It rose from a you the big profits of the dealers. That's why It's best for medicinal purposes Than rty
It's for other Tbat's
iI preferred uses. why we are reiUarlrsuPPIy o\er a Q'Iirloer
I I l.ole In the soliJ sandstone formation.The million satlsfled customers. Thafi why YOU should try it Of b

orifice is oblong, about 3 feet in

fi'1 jI width and C feet long.A Direct from our distillery to YOU

strong current of warm air carrying

I I'f II some vapor arises, but seems t< 1 Sans Dulirs' Profits I Prevents Adulteration! """"""

u.ive little or no gaseous smell. 1'b<'

I s'.des of the hole are very Wi"k n'u"

tl /N1. II sooty. A rock thrown in apparently! .

falls a long: distance. The pre'pert'i's HAYNER WHISK

I working in that section will mace furtJ -

IplwArII. 'r Inv,'!<:aiion.;

This! section! has been pro"ppcir.l over
I fir a number of years, and cattle auhecpnitn '!

I I have ridden over It fir t":

i st twenty-five years without
1 I the: <. :!tt'r. The pr+-.pec'r, wMtol :, 4

: it oar thy would n".t hi QUARTS PREPAIDWe

I .: it but far seeing the 1'"' :'!.i .' .

it is :t place\ tLat vr.Mild A 'it:: e

I i 'e I' "sv',!. it &:;'iK'ar> to u.' ..u oili.c send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYSER'S SEVEN.\"EAR.OLD -
ICoisidt RYE for I3.SO. and we will ray the express chaws When you receive
: "r' I! ,:,.' \'& Lt that Lis leci Ij-ng; t. Tit the whiskey try it and If you don't find it aJ right and as good as you ever
1U '; ; for je.irs and is just briinn.! ': drank or can buy from any body else at any price, then send i; back at our
'ty I. expense and your 1131 will be returned to you by neat mail How could
'uy > MI! ,.;" *-'inis: of \'IQ'-:5Jlt: Laket'nr.irlit an offer! be fairer! We take all the risk and stand all the expense. if
rrllotLI' the goods do not please you. Won't you let us send you a trial order We
.'j" {: I ship in a plain sealed case; no marks to show what's inside

Orders for Ariz.,Cal., Col., Idaho Mont.. NVr, V. SVt Ore..rtih Wa-h.
I n War ! or WTO, must he on the basis of 4 ((uart* for *4 liir>re.s
'DEARair.;;. 1'INIUI.t3iIr i is with thankfulness: I write that Lydia Among the Lathe troops which attracted (Prepaid or *O quarts for 316.OO by freight Prepaid, anra

I'I I 1'. Pinl.halll'"t''dahlt.; Compound has been of the greatest help tom much notice at the grand durbar Write our nearest office and do it NO\V.

CHILD'S KOBE MIESS' OF MILL ;. My work keeps tile staiuin.g on my feet all dar and the hours are at Delhi, where King Edward VII.

f'mLrohlrrt'l1't, rut:h',. over tin I htlom, months ago it didn't seem as though I euuMt:111l1: it. I was pr'Mlainud emperor of India; was THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
would tiled awl hack ached soI wanted to ATLANTA GA DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS NO. ST.
MiouMiTh! and Lauds of mull: over the I Irur.1I' get so dreadfully my scream a detachment of infantry from Ktkanir. PAUL HIM.
with the pain. WhenI got home at night; I was so worn out I had togo 130 DISTILUBT TBOT 0. ESTABLISHED 1606.
The of that is
;; A pleasing; \variation the! u"u- 1 army
al jrathcml shirt Is this one of line accordion light; to IH.M", and was terribly Hue and downhearted. I was inegular one of the most emcient Ixxlies of

x l.iitius. The only touch of I and the flow was sl':1utyawl I was pale and had no apatite. I told warriors in Hindustan. Its cavalry is;
who medicine how I frit and she said I -
girl friend taking
a was your ,
color is won in two rosettes of pale well mounted and its infantry is remarkable -
ought to take it too. So I a liottle of Lydia I:. Pinkhanf Vegetable -
gut !
and in also
f\ blue chiffon at the ends of the folds of unique being provided
and commenced to take it. It otf.
heli-d light
muslin on the &houIJerli.1 Compound me with beasts for the carrying of WICKS&CO.P1mber
\1 After the first! few doses menstruation started and was fuller than for the men. To every two soldiers in the .

.,t : l.aff as Trimming. some' time. It seemed, to lift a load oil me. My: hack &topi, I aching andI infantry Is allotted a <,camel which is i:
felt than I had for months. I took three bottles in all. NowI
i The quantity of lace now used is brighter able to bear both of them as well as : and
never have an ache or pain, and I go out after work and have a good their Gas Steam Fitter
1\ really astonishing, not only as trimming arms, ammunition camp
' advisories time. I am regular and strong and am thankful to you for the change."I equtr-j ,,
but as to a gown. ment and provisions. Thus
; ,t Dainty stock collars of lace, with a recommend Lydia PinkhamN Vegetable Compound whenever vored men of war can make long i imarchl's '
fj I hear of a girllmtft.'ring. for I know how hard it is to work hen No. fr South ?lafor Street,
!r" liow of lace in the front, lace Jabots, : without becoming footsore and
r lace rosettes and lace scarfs, are ally you feel so sick."-Miss: MAMIE KEIKN.S, 553; t th Ave., New York City. exhausted. The camel feeds hlms'lt' All Kinds o. Planibin and Oa Fitting Materials Kept on Hurr'TV

Women should not fail to profit by the experiences of these ..
in outfit that deservesto and therefore but little : ,
. : D4\'IISUQ" every requires care. 'lIEtyp :?'' 'A *1.*
\ women ; just as surely as they were cured of the troubles enumerated -
; be called th rouh. White and black Bikanir is a country particularly suitable ,
in their letters jutoil certainly will Lydia E. Pinkham'sYegctable
' ) '
lace fliMvl are uvJ to throw over the for camel transport as It contains
,!' shonKlers with a low gown, while rarri Compound cure others hu suffer from womb troubles vast stretches of sandy desert This ,
o'il; oiILirs and berthas of lace Lave inflammation of the ovaries kidney troubles, irregular! and probably suggested the use of the camel SAMUEL CHARLES
painful menstruation, nervous excitability, and nervous prostration I ,
-iP. Leon brought out from treasure houses in this manner.-Leslie's Wl>ckly. |
remember that it is Ljdia I:. PilllilIIU''I'c'tahlt'! Com* :
'K and art'I...(-d t.) trim low rut and high i ; :
pound that is ('urilll'ouwn., and don't allow any druggist to Vln ci HOOT AND SHOE MAKER
cut ni>< in of apparently
ts. spite| ,; Old Time Table Manner. ,
sell anything else in its pfa.c.Iias .
& you !
criminal ; of real lace that
tuttia;': up Writers the of table
: Amanda T. Pctterson Box'r. :3Iinn., :
Las li".>n going on lately the fashion : :: : sajs I have deal to
'M a great say respecting ft Wholesale and K"tul )) .-iler in .
ShoeL !
iIDT Findltl-
,1 foruinately now l Is to i>rv .rrve intact !)EAU Mu;;. 1'IXKlI.Uf.I hope that you the use of the spoon and fork and t1 "S. S utif-r

'4 I as lui'cht as i>o"
i1J l,i-c,, of lace that is usd in trimiiiii','. reach others and let them know about jour: dish, illustrating their narrative with

a'I It li ierfei-ily 1'0",1\.11'\ to .Iot so with i wonderful medicine. numerous anecdotes. In lay Montaigne

tin coll.irv, late barbs and berthas I Before taking I. I1ia I]. I'inUiam's visited Switzerland and was surprisedto J. E. ])UJ1UISSOX i? BROTHER,
;ok : woven or made many years Vegetable Coinpoiiiid was
remark that at table they gave always -
'r lIarj,,T's 1'azar. ao'-I II the wont kind of fainting; siiclls. The bknMl as as there were OIINKRT3RIt1iO\.t AM INIKMIKM';; : ,
II many spoons i
would rib 1t to my head, was Ac-ry nervous and
-1'I guests Plates began gradually to replace -
t I I Dealers in
I"R..hlunubl.loarnlul;. always felt tiredhad dark circles al'OlUldl'ye-:.
ttf' after the 1GOO.(
: porringers year i
) Long veils of English crape are once "I have now taken several Kittles of but used for the solid food Choice and Groceries
I" I If '' I were only i # Staple Family -lOur
i f again the chief feature of mourningfohtunws. I I f Lydia 1]. I'inkhaiu's Vegetable Compound The soups were still placed in a large j! <.

. t' For several years nun's and aiu entirely cured. had: takendrCtor' I vessel in the center of the table, and Good are Received Fre-h D,lily. Thc y ore ton many to enumerate,

4 veiling hail been worn as n drapery for I medicine for many years but it lido every guest ate from it with his: own : and are Warranted to be the JSn-t the :Market All.irdand can be

bats and iKiimet. but following upon me no pood. ., H Ii'"d (in. We can Duplicate any Order Given in During the

.t the fashion of French as well as Cuglk ;; 1'lease accept my thanks for this most spoon.Some writers do nut wish to believe | Holidays and will I>-\\ivf'r Free to any Part of the City.

tliut-e of this: are excellent medicinehich is able to restore
U women country
> that such want of refinement was I
Tearing long, heavy veils of health to Fitllt-i>g Women"No
: crape.It possible! as late as the reign; of Louis j

is Hut alone widows who so' en- other female medicine in the world has I XIV., but the proof is: against them.A P.O. BOX326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.
but veils mill endorsement. No I ,
Fhroud tlu'tnwlu's. crape are received such widespread unqualified I --- PHONE 66.

worn even by young;, women who I other medicine lias such record of cures of female troubles.! I Family G-rooor

ru.urn and are dound for mother, fa- I Those women who refuse to accept anything else are reWarded I Weak Stomach : .

( I tr, brother ami sister end even fur I a hundred\ thousand times! for they get w hat they want causes a weak body and invites diseap. '

l.itle children. I -a cure. Sold by Druggists t'H'rht'rl'. Kcfusp all .iii ..titutes. Kodol Dyspepsia, Cure cures '
A. M Av
FORFEIT if we cannot frthuithpn.n.'ehnorinlniII loiters ami signaturraof and strengtheus the stomach, and ety
t1i Pretty gnu "Frrnrb)." i $5000, IIW\ trstlluulllal.I i blcbI ill |T'>ve tl,rir ,,"...lute c'liiimfne". wards off and overcomes! di.=fae. J. u ..
;! I > li>& t I'luUhaiil Medicine Co.. I.jun, Mnu.
' ', A "rf'ttIn.. .} very "Frriioh" little! R. Taylor, a prominent merchant ofChriestranTex..esy
: gown 'coiisi-U; of a sun plaited skirt of j +: "I could not I
Small ftfii1. Marital W op.. The Sew Shirt WnKt.White I eat becau-e of a wak: stomach. I
: white lIun'sTHin?. its round hem | IMPORTER A. 71) JOBBER OFHARDWARE
lifni.-tiU'hcd and drawn prettily.' Its "DM you eT in>tin\" asked one of I linen that now goes to the.lust all strength and run down in '
1 a of (ritlltl.I.a\ in "- weh:ht. All that money could do
t group making of wash blouses is very inucUon
blouse of the is kilted
salve out of hundred separation ac-I : was done, but all hopi of recovery ?
every the order of what we have bought ,
: lath us to I' Hiy and Mi-evt-s, and 011"'U-\\ vanished. Hearing of some wonderI .
tiuiis; the man I* small of suture? .
fur t.\l'I\ t loths. It lias heavy damask
Ito gnat drat. 'rtl"IIIJ. "" of Kodol I
; a ful effected by use
t' Well it ii so. Just iiotlc-p In the (u- figures; in it and u high gloss.This j i I cures Iron Nail, Axes, shove 'v Mill and StruinboatSupplies
ter plait on the Moue are rich whhdniwnwork concluded to try it. The fiat bottle ,
Of in tlixorre actions the inland r- a -Hove*, paint, OiU
turo. course ,
design: shows the most popular four
betiefltted and after taking
and fa.stfiu-d with
'I are I I Window Ola-, Guns lji- ..
:: I Fi'hin.r Tickle.Jiinl .
rule will not hold but iu s.'lar.tti..niUa"
t .vUte nothcicJ buttmts. The round way for making it up. It has two bide j battles I am fully restored to my

rink is jjuiUlis-s! of choker or ttock. where tie parties wish to part, usual strergth.weiifhthand health" date: Tinware aim it' !..>.;rllrJli liu:; U ')oifr! .
I merely through nn Inability to lire | Hargis I'htrmicy John sheppard:
f}j 'ininyaon. happily together: you will Cud that the : Sidney J ahu. CVAQENKFOR KIRMINUHAM 1OLJ.IXfIJ.L CO fPA Y-- '.I

,; Ii's Weld in writing of the visit of I man is slight; In build and hl'lothe I Revere her fathers house in London I \Vhl' o.. J. rtun & Rind I'owJtrCo., Joha"on's Kitsour" -
T'unJ-ull t>> \ medium of heisht. I attribute threefourths Try the NEWS Want Column.
F a to Iran Kin:/ and Buck Staves and Hinges, Wm
says: "My untie disliked UII"er.- of the trouble to the man tlo.1 j e- i, .
-- - -- Cou..- & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury'sMade
tli..plai of demonstration in public: and i The smaller the mail i U the more egotistical Railroad Colors.
said that in his experience:!: 'when young hIs and will not. as a rule give ', OPERA HOri-SE

r marruil people keep on publicly'l I way to his wife in luiytUin.; He med-1 : Masonic Temple 3g nsacnla. Fla.

ing -my dears" thick upon each dies In the bou>eliold affairs dei-idis i j I

j it is a sure sign; that a quarrel is at I what the baby shall wear and takes : 1---1!! .

Lu d'I any wifely rebuke or fault: finding very ,
, ."Akin to this hatred of unreal affection seriously hereas a big burly man'I ONE NIGHT ONLY, TIME TABLE.

was usy uni-lf's dislike to the fulsome I would! laugh or at least keep still auJ MONDAY, FEB. 23''

J flattery and \'lIeralal.tlnt'ss! of I say isothins. Mind you. I am not I i, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.IN .

,; many after dinner speechf1, :J.utIu. do- I In;: that all: small men are 1' Otlst jlY'1'I o Messrs. J,lin C. Kinder i EKKKCT IIKCEMRKK I. 11WI

. clanil to me that it calKil ou to make for I am rather small uijself. and Tii'''s J. Hjley, I

a fipowh when he felt Lo had really I cases of this Liiid it is a fact that themajority New Orleans and Mobile.
; Present the Greatest :Musical: t
nothlr! to say, U- should just rise and of eouiaiuauts! are small: in
Comedy Success::! of the Century, I -- -
j exclaim stature and small In mind."-New York So.,. So!. I No.1. No.1. -0.6

"Out of my latitude, as Ili\"e. World. 1:11i: I 12:15m: 11:00 p Leave .. rl'nlicoll _Arrive bt(1 a '::00 p iOO'
Therefore no platitude-pray forgive e:5): a 27: p 1:01: a I L"lVe._ YlomatOn_ Leave 2:55 a !:]Ij p Tab II
,11' FLORODORA P : IM a Mobile .._ van
I : i Itou a (:22p: Ullln't 12'11 n 6:00 pI
1 t1 and promptly resume his seat" Long Chain. A waITE LDiEX WAIST. I ....--.-- ::5p 7J a ,I Leave .S..w "rluoR.. Leava 9aop .
it Gun metal necklaces and Ions watch
1 plaits, turned out stitched on the 1
I STATE OFOiuo.ciTY OF TOr.aDO, ) I chains are being inure clalxirauly set ed;;..". I) s\
stones than CUT. Including
j fancy buttons that damp on the inside: i iI
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'1 These stones are ia many cases quite I CORINNE. No I. SQ. 4, So. I No. I.
.'1' '\ FRANK J. CHEXKY makes oath 1 and can be taken off when the blouse i IttA'ipm i 12:15p m l.ea.e._ Peo.acoJa.Arrlve 4:00pm 6IJJam
the costly ones. JAMES KIKRNAN, "
beautiful more
r I that he is t.le senior partner of the j as as is 1'iuiideml.: The cuffs are straight 8:15am 8:51pm Arrive ootlom.rI"lVe 11ISam 8:86pm
Oriental stones are ptrhaps the nest CHAS. DOX 1159 am 8U'I p IDrrlvlI_ Birmingham _Leave 11:13 a m 4:1AS
, firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing Used In this Jade and are detached from the blouse. Two GRACE HAZARD. T:05 p m 1:10 a \rrlveSalbYllle -.Leave II m

. 'r business in the City of 9oledol I! adt antajreous way. pairs should be made for every waist. FRANCES TYSON 2:60am 9:11a m Arrive _Loul.vUle _Leave 9ibpm fa5am
and baroque pearl furnish the oinamentation 1:: .Iam IlSVam Arrive. CinalnnatlLeava Wpm Itl5pm

, i county and state aforesaid and that j j of many t f the newer chainsof I, CAST rl.X.A., WILLARD CHAK. H. BO CURTIs-S" EKS, 7'I'am llpm Arrive .... .Mt. Loata _._vflve 4:1Spm ljrApm

.( said firm will pay the sum of ONE this klud.CASTOn.A.. : Bean the Itt KrA Y55 Hats ?6cEI ALFRED CAHILL, PEN 3ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
; HUNDRED MILLARS for each ] : I

: : and every ease of CaUrrh that can-;i UI ANDIHAlOUKia No. Jl-Dally No. -Dally I No top where time not shown So. t-I>ally No. Ti-Wq:
.: not be cured by the use of HALL'S i :..II. I
l"1 K,ni Y, Have B"
; Bea:,the 1 A'.aals 11:56 m 1:00 a m Ulul'llllaCOILArrln
p 10.50: p m ejn! 1&'U:1Sll1gb'
: CATARRH n'RF. j I' ;: I Hot Rolls at 51 m.. lOo FAMOUS BEAUTY CHORUS OF 70 1:11": u ..-_ Kobemla-,??, 10:87" 1::101\, p..
, FRANK CHENEY. tll1'lYfl 1J:20 1:18" ___. Ynlestr ___ 10:114" 8:01"
Sworn to before me and subscribed : ). zt I a doz., at Solomon's. I I Oar Own Special Orchestra. I I U3"12:116":: T 1:25":14 .N. __Elcambla.Moist ___ "I. 10:11I"IfD'' r.t6.1 1"

r! in my presence, this 6th day of De- -- .- 11:11II": Ti: ___ Harp ,_ 10:11" 6tO'
'TrtttyJfin" Seitette
comber A. D. lisS.j I Dainty 12:00" 1:116" _U'ltClt1_ 10:15" p.e "
t: I i I2.M" Ts9 Milton ._"__ 10:10" 6m: "
I It ..
DINNER SET _.. N _(food w I "
SOrPIECE 1:80 1m Range _. 4.U
j L.. | A. W. LEAHON, FREE.En" Price3-60c, $1.0rt. 11 50, $2.W. 1:611" 8:15": HolU. __ ." 9:75 '.116"
II ..,,_ .
8:110' _
Notary Public. 1:20 : Mllllgan >_ 1:10": 4:11"
Sale of Seats begins Friday, ID" 1:38" ___Cre tvlew.._ 1:11" w
Kll Bally P.wdeo 4:00
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Wonderful tniiocrment to oar ww
pori-hMrrot a pound and acts directly on the oor Plan So..S wOl wcnwthii tmoutul Wafer set.eoMi*. 1:11": 1:18" Mo'iy Head 8tO.. II "
blood and mucous surfaces of the inn of inrbertndnx (1-,fuIl_. AT* UMt cat gl M p utern. C"C..TR'1i ENGUBM ':01 9:26DeFaaiaki5prangs._ 8:1 2u: M
Send for testimonials, free. Krmrnitvr of boawfaolil 11ua".1Ie111 arartet u ,, system. t>w.. Baktaf P..4er, ENNYRQYAL PILLS .:to 1: 7. _Ponce de Leon- 1II": 1:11"
F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, 0 plan-So.ei.with Ue U.MrMst Tiki.kmdfWI H urrMI Iieeel.e. 6:00 10:10' __WettTlU__ 1:17" IM! M
free t.carh g rekMra,we cm a tendiumel dteonutd&o fj S 6Arr. .. T".N ladles.." IH.Hm tog 10:11' __ Caryvllle_ 1:11" 1:1+ "
IMm Ulmmrr Iw4 :r S 6 -P1m To**i. kMluely trrt. W edo Y 1 fcr rHlCHI TEK> E.NGUMI 5.a 10:110' _BonlJay_ ':511" I "
I not nxiiura any money ID 801_ !'unpI1..nd ot your mow, 1, ktD ... .. -., .. In
i oat .bc. es I M
6COTf 10:47. ___. _
L W. PEAKE and'!>irc* and...will tumid our diAereut piao.and foil tofor- .'itbbiaenfcftw. : Cbipi"y 8:17" lit
nation. T.. will ..e. ..r.H.*4 t. Pee .bat as k. _. *b 5vj P-._. "..T.h..t.....u..t_. Sad Refu 1.1,.*. 1:81 lun. N --Cotioadale1:19 11.W DOOkB
Jf!). 30 South Palafox street! keeps pll..04..a r........ .."- w.wiU.Uow ouafwenday+In4eUvrrtbetoadi and eone.he1D as We Wow buy Mh ponucmioo 11 fntmtA. We pay all tlrtZAt w. aIM Pve Be.te.dy ......... "
r"ar P. Teot.1aIo TJM 11:16. 6:311"
call belt', wires and all kinds of T..,1.*.(_...>.('k.lraklr. W IM I'a.-... MmmloJ I_rm.... 'Csrtal... .B.IIeg&shind,4MatbrrnarfWsnddehableazCrbrylaaeWagourawd. 8M \ Co u4"Kfllrrr.rL.dl. ...*w lfiur.krn- T:40 11:52" .. Clpre.I ndHoead Rldl'._ 6:112" 11.4511.T3 I '
Wntata7luuandtuiInormsao" lira Mall. I....... Ir.u_.... g..4ta
electrical supplies. Have him do i aALOJII.'PPLIEtt COMVAXY. IVtl _410. Pl.-&, cit. ....1.. 1p all (klrknur f ....!eaI C.7etl.aapaew. .. 1:58" HM noon 6:21" 10.SU ..
jour work. Call pbone 31)3.i I We isiure our reader that the balvona$app l e.Company 11 thoroughly reUabI.-EAitor. McW..agua,1'ii11a.VA.' IIA' Ua" Arrl"Blnr'1l1oUon _Lean 1:10" 10:*,


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DeTCirt'a Witch Hazel ii
l 003 I'4t'OS4f! halve

[ MISS SARAH FINLEY, I /A A | An Education bleeding The only and positive itching cure and for protrud-blind HARD F :

tag pIes, cuts!, burns, bruises, ecz a
Vice-president of the Palmetto Club Memphis Tenn. 1 PERFECTPLA Without Strainupon
ua! and al! abrasions if the skin.

OeWitt's is the only Witch Hazel :

IXE OF CARDUI following praise on Wine ) the family purse. Thereis salve that U made front the pare, ,1

lmI is a thoroughly of Cardui: a way for the father of the inadulterated witch hazel-all othrs BRICKr :f

scientific and modern : :3y Richard K.ann are counterfeit' DeWitt's Witch
reineily, incetr "Among the numerous family to prepare for the education Hazel Halve is made to cure-coun-

"the nerd cf the modern medicines placed before tufferinz WtITk5t,190) :.Ir tile $.S. Mclin Coiiw, of the children and at erfeits! are made to sell. Hurgis Jt

in the modern way women for their relief 1+O+V-o.-c: : +o+o:>x> Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney "fALW
T, an the time the
the torture of an touch McDree'i same protect Kahn
'1 it none can
_*4; *.' m. Wine of Card l Wine of Cardui. It towers It was all rather new to Hartley, this family in the event of his death. :
; (ON
o) ;rJ : talk about "tpot lights, "back drops"and \ s\YS\ ) HAND
them in the priTacy /
nd ,
: above them all reliable
sal a* a Our books WEEKLY CHEDUH
if f their homes and it i '; f "tormentors. He didn't know until -i "Five Per Cent.
female It
vu f, '""la r'are'! 'n the MIn Sarah Flnby. Imply Buscoe came up into the woods for I Twenty-YearGold Bonds"and FOR STEAM DIVISION I
: drives and disease
jj J..J (,f American women pain away three weeks cf fishing that the stage "A Banker's Will," sent on PEN ECEGIIUOTEUMIRA HALF. : .tk.
and health in snort
restores an incredibly
medicine: has found. In RAILWAY COMPANY.Tr
t'-itno other had vernacular! that was utterly unintelligible .

t ::r gratitude over 10,000 AmericanT period. I have taken great interest la this to hiri. Yet he was a good request; contain informationthat lni leave Peniaoola for tbe Lau -TO- ,I'

n have written letters commend- medicine for the past two yean, since It d<,Interested In theatrical things. He may be helpful and will and BaToa.BiR Fort Barraaoai Bayou, W at.rrlngtoaN TT fin r '.'

u1S ins i of CarJui. Wine of CardaiJ brought health and strength to me. I hoped some day to write a play. There certainly be interesting to any 0:30 a.m.arrive at Fort Barraneai T:15.B ONE MILLION
J Vj tier watHi 83 no other medicine have also recommended it to & number 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai 10:44 a.o ,
; sustains the at tie was an incident in his own life that parent loop.m.arrlveatFortBarranost 1:*6p.n
It young of my friends and they who have used it 8:80 p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoal .:16 p ne15p.m.srrlveatFort
of her entrance to wjmanhood. would make the plot. Barraneai
,k This Company ranks hoops
,: speak of it in the highest terms and I fed
*8:00 m.arrlveatFort Barranoai 8: 4p.n
who take Wine of Cardui have The acquaintance began in a matter First-In Assets. p.
;V 1 iafn that it Is praise well bestowed." FIrst-In Amount Paid Policy-holders. Trains leave Fort Barranoai? Penis '
j:":'edscomfortduring pregnancy and :, of fact fishing report sort of way. Dus- Firtt-lu Age. oola at Get Our Prices Before

|I"'j jam at childbirth. When the If you are suffering from female coe in MKninx the register had noticed 7:15a.m. arrive at Pensacola.- a. .

rla, 'a d 'Lfo appears they enter a weakness Wine of Cardui U the medicine Uichard Curtis: Hartley's signature Just TIlE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE: lUOp m. arrive at Pen.aoolalI p.11
; need. ::00 p.m. arrive at Pennaoola._._ 1:41 p.n
wi' ,L Jthy olT age. Every month it you above his own. COMPANY NEW YORK 6:00 p m arrive at Peaaacola 1:46 pa Purchasing.Capacity .,
fie!! rescue to assist Nature in You can have health the same as man's of OF TCO p. m.arrive at Peniaoola- 1:48 p.
j tJ "The some sort an author
f Miss Finley} if you will take the Wineof '8:45 p. m.lrrln.t Peneaoolass0
tir .Iii" the impurities from the body Cardui treatment. If you need advice I J'n't!; ho?" he asked the clerk. The clerk RICHARD A. McCcRDT President. .a.tura only; ---

MI: => Farah Finley, of Memphis, further than the complete directions replied that Hartley was indeed an author FAKE ran WEIR DATS. it''

Twin., vlcc-President of the Palmetto given on the bottle, address The who was iu the habit of spending Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty 'eniaaolato Fort Barranoai and retort art :
Streets. NEW YORK N. Y. I ICI "t for herself and I
C b d tl at city, speaks Ladies Advisory Department, Chattanooga his summers at tilt report"That to Palmetto Beach and return lit ,

car.T: frauds when she bestows the Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.WlNEofCAHDVI must be the. man," Ru"coe had <:('H, AVIMCOX, )lann f'r. SSJHDAT (CHCOCDI.Whttn I ,

rC'nlI'I1ahH'nt1\ "Show him to me Jacksonville Fla.T. ..-> ,
A million Buffering women when he comes ill." open aoatohee.LeaVl

have found relief in Within a day after that Hartley begun C. WATSON & CO DistrictManag. t'.c..oo Lv fort to Barraacr
a a. ox. a. nx. Tcillan Brick Go j.
Wine of Cardui. I' to hear thin about the stage. Pensicola Fla. 11 1. m II m. \ ,
tp.lA Ip.mIn
-' -. _. 1 Within a \\'1'h(' l*>gau to hear about vi I p.m.
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The Perfect 1'lay." ] p. n: p.m. Pine Barren, Fla. {
\ftir the man hail been toll! 'about the 4pni p m.
J. A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PFLT.VAN ":-OIIIC man like you Uuscoe told woman there w..ullllie a part in;:. That 5 p. m .p.m
him "could write such a play. I've bailthe' I p. 11. f P.m.TAatpot .
would l hi the third act. Hut In Th ; P."hKE.R'SHAm )
plot in mind fur mouths lut 1 can't C'l'D'J BALCAMClwwt
PELT BROTHERS I IVifoet IMa.Uitli. HIP man null the fenitaol to art H'ur.nOIlI Navy act feu' :.i tbr hti. 1
write the dialogue. would tardaEarpLC7D._____ Hi i- PruoMJtc a turutuiI pttirth.
reconsider. lie
ui'inanonlil '
out little pier Pen! :oU to l'aJmeUinch tnS 1-\ W<;"er ri'B 10 ne."ore Graff
were on a canoe
GARDEN STREET GROCERS They seeU the woman out and the fourthact rslurn. _. ____ 1110 .t its. oulLful. Col.,,.. r
in! the moonlight when I'.uscoo outlined"The s Cum ip ri r & h >r t.11""
would! bring them together, happily No freight elTsJ after 1:11111.111. "'" .",J4' 'I.' I'"T' '
Perfect Play" to Hartley.
Have received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of mane.t.,..
"The heroine," he began rapidly.
1 play like that, you say, Interrupted -
"must l>e a pretty girl and a good; girl,
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Hartley! "has never been written -
unsophisticated and trustful. While ?" The Star Laundry

still a young woman she falls in love

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacies of the Season with a man. Not really in love but she "In plays that have" that sort of a
woman for a heroine, explained
thinks she do",'s. She believes she is InIh'l Biggest Busiest Best !
II i (I. .,dare\ Arriving Daily tt.d you can Always on Getting the ci'', "usually also the violation of the ,
with the man to an
s'M-ial: law hits been a serious one. In
Best, Freshest and Cheapest. that when he proposes an elopementshe 'T1'l'fe't! Play' the woman must'
is romantically charmed. She has ,
early conic to realize her folly and fee .
no family to consider and there is no :
a usual but entirely unwarranted and
They Speak
reason why she should elope with the exaggerated sense of her wrongdoing ,
man except that he is the sort of n ,
TELEPHONE NO. 231. ?"t ?e .< 31 EAST GARDEN ST. When she meets the man. bhe naturally!
man who could not come out openlywith t
ireatls to tell him. Well never mind:
a proposal of marriage: without

arousing the opi>ostioii! of her guardian. ; !- about that. That doesn't! pet explained for Themselves L!

!So' she elopes.\ At their destination t) the audience until the last act and

Classicd Advertisements. she leaves him, tuning:; come to hersenses thin only from her point of view in a We let the Shirt, Collars

route. :Naturally she dreadsto manner to excite for her additional
en and Cuffs we Launder speak for
po back to the people who lIne lol''nnllltl'r sympathy. themselves. They will talk louder I
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life :long kind to her so she goes I'.uscoe realized afterward that theexplanation
Lau \7ecan. WA want to be Judged'lore
of "The l't''lay" was
ONE CENT A WORD. away alone. oy the work we do than by
"Someears later she meets the real about the longest speech he had CUT

Then write in lore in:,lie.Hartley. what we sav.
---------------- story.
----------- - - -- man. your
-- -- ---------
I Prepare for the announcement of their was staring at him when he
: WA TED- () more pupil in "mack
finished.'Te .

MONEY I TO LOAN andVbite.can learn." Ky to tins draw'ystelli nnytbin anyone engagement'hear; ;)'.' lime and him then come bring from; on the your Mi ;pot to tell you snmething. Bus- ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for art d D :li1r.iCl'Frel.

I laI''hl'l'(' ur heroine was 1 lorn and ('0 Q' he sa'd. "I couldn't tell you exii'pt -
th ywihanyFvrnchildrrntrt ; y
red-uu.thle terms and I that have told it to me indirutly. ,
ytars old cui ii-iru. Kvtry have Lim at once recogii7eher"He you

a itj. ( pupil( t-nJiT-e: it. Ciiiim in nod: I I i K a warm friiiid of the Liro of ." !, WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. .
'1V.. HULLA1U, '
I i iJ -..-' Inr yours-t-lf Oti-i A. Miller the! .> and! it i i" his plain "YI'!'." said I'usroe
.\l'lar..x.. \\'1.0:0 l.l;, 'Matlelrrr 11.119.: !i studio iii : \\i..bun'. lIuildiiiL': I duty! to tell the elopement stur '. Your "It hip,e111d tf, me," Hartley bi'san -- _...... ... _rro..r..TUmw+..aT

.. .... .. ..14flm "just I'kijoii told it. It liajiponwl h"r"':, .. ... 1i
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T n-
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I .
\I.i-I; last I summer. Sic came hcie with some :" Ti i i i T oc.,IT Ii1 .. Fi. 1 i ..._I.
EXUllA:\ l)1'-Any; one w.iiitiii a | W W W4W/W/ W -.r --- -
Vn: i I I}).1N-1V. K.I : r- '
i i
I\' : in A. fiit. Mout-y.) Miuinier home: iii the nujiitains people from l IMvonpoit. :She: was a p vmess j I. J l;

.' I i. the n,'" of intf-rt can exchange propi riy HI \Florida "' the sort that travels with people I Roberts & "

-. ,'unt).. Ol'.be!: 1U:: and lIT outh iforiti.i for aqua) value to I'limpe in the winter. She was alone !i (E1; Dailey,

i d r.h..n s in A-h..\illp\ X. C. Will Irad.- up In the wlrlil.hl': wouldn't |give me! any .
ett'ert.- I up! to : hU.ltu.rlelltisA.M111r! I she oared.Itist i -DKALKKH 111. \ -- '!; :
!IIII'I'[ at 111!!, but I was sure \

; H tli-burv mock, Pi'ii-acola.! al ut then it happened. It VUSIl't Its
JK'Nt I !II' I.KNI; ) on unpruveuiIll tff t
t I HIm & j r ,
: l.4rt1 or small Il -----. -- /e a man that lame and told I. !but a woman \\11. CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROGER'Es.l' -

i inw, rite: "f> iii't-re-t l.'OIt "' 1..1,; a woman whom 1 had! known and '
I : :._.. .. I ..
C I I. 11<- K.: Book, aU"rut-\ who] had known her. '
.I\ :-. l' l..Irlxt.., FI.lIt1I KOU I.E-ThH most desirable I i lie suddenly stopped. Florida Syrup, Fish ).
I mlli. lots in tie ('it.on. a-y "
: the Jo'i*IIt'r Brat K-tate; Ajjfncyoiiih I IYIl1 I I 'The next day she was ;:011('. (:J FRESH Ht'Pl'LY OFfi l1 : <

".\n.I011. let her p>." said P.ti"ooe l .
-; 1'jlifox. ISaliuFOK !
)11'\11 IIIII.\\-Vu l.Hi-U : ;
I \ i'''i clot borro you ai'j d !, quietly "until\ she had pone where I Ipn fi(;]' RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS &;f :"

I \, m: today on t.l.Il'.1I' 'ur tls-lll- couldn't find her. And now youcome W
I I 1
a rte OF ALL KINDS. 1$
; al back hers the "
in summer to hopeand ,
i ni-t r.ites ai.yWhtreo ,
ItKN 1' III liou-tf h'l' ldI
1IlIlru\'ell elty real oppra I hope" I ffi; FREE DELIVERY 10 ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. .
u'g (>n Rrt'iiii.1 ll Hlr. tine stole and I I (:) (:)
in U tn. utter, i'j4'3: r. t llicejon; tfonii Moor three Ilil'r..h.M'';. Tor the last act" said Hartley sadly

!t' \ t. luil1M : "only for that. ROBERTS & DAILY I ;.;.:

,i "In 'The Perfect Play; P.iid P-u-icoe. f lit) .1 I 1. ;
w i 1\ i!iu irruw Itt I 218-220 St.
East \
iiiimey Wright of Union Depot.! [ : :
Il/ll'lLt>> :. I I "the hero fum;: bt lr unto and the last ... .,
ill-urn j our pln.rrt: net set would show an exterior waters ''' I* linnc .*>(>. I'etacu-oln, .1
: IC... ol iitli-, buy nl i ) : L---: I1thln-; 'rr.f )rrhf 'l ail l 1 I .
I J.

,-,'',"."II." rent have pri'peity rniH foi-11:I CO.MMKUUIAIjtHiit'-iifij.: Kwr.v Ill.tiling) I : iii-w ; all r I I ('Hartley ene. with was trees still and looking a rising off 11100:1.across" I ,." ,..,",,__- -__...._-.J.- ...__- ......,__. ,';.__- .'..__.. ,",'.T1..SIT__....._.- ....__-_- .....-- -." ....,_-!. -.

inoitern convenienceJli'denite
: III til"t" at.lllhJ tl/. : I the water.
i Altto: tran-ieuH. ljtirablc rt
tin-! I'noC.. \\ .Ibull *iytiiMnifr I it j "A j011115 woman my wife has Known !
taken l ; l I I
'j5jlni '
kt i t..I 1 K-i.ith and lii-ur.iiici-1 I ? w 1 I for a lung time"-P.nseoo was talkingto I HALL & KLEIN

\ 'r H'IIII. Kl.i. th.irKr-i confidential ,
the moon IIl'plrrlltlY-"II'\\
l"IHSr.l'I.d.t\ h'Hm"an be' tf I
1 r. i v who buy ,
a few months aco. She is re- '
kill 1114 New !
"r err will:I lend utrutyk lJllllu..rcialIt'l.I 1 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET.
I 110 luteiidHiicu sponsible for the plot of 'The. p 'rfeotPlay. )ca
[II I"dld a I H'I b I 2. 1
_-- t.t'-t.Itrali-I"nt=. :i3jlui: IItuardln3r I II .M-c ." She thousht! the st ry would "H 1

U .V lit t.o' >>.> .l>--' >. ...... I 11..11.... iciilll make help she a perfect could write play and it. that!She with tuld my my I,i ij Staple I and Family I GroceriesSelect ;t ; t

li'r 'I, Ii Jn-\:): : 1.-launfilc; HOAUU1NU HOr&K at \Vbteler t j wife finally who the man waV! I I .

i d!, r ia tS.ifd.. SpriujMary/ H..thcr, FU.. Mrs. !I: y' 1 Hartley had grasped him IIthe. I Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. ':

: : Article+, 11,nr Oil Coi.dou proprietrKAll thec | shnuldtr. I I '
'\ -t 1101\111111..111 ..Ir''.rl. -uilorts of home Ht very rea-on.i "I'VE COT TO TELL yOU BnMETniVO. BUS- "You are the man. Hartley." Piusroewas I :

---- "-- l.lf nttf- Northern touri-t-4 will I 'OF," liE SAID. I smiliii! ?. "She said you were here' Poultry Eggs and Country P!Dducea .

11 : '1'.t..1I.W liud this an ideal place to spend a stroll:; dlalosue begins; at this point for the llIutl'r.'ou see she knew I .l "
portion of tits -.,1'l). linhnICIMOVA I ,I a
Haw him argue: with the heroine that more about' soil than jou' Know about I Telephone No. 358.
v' I YOl'XU' MEN from .
1- *- she (Ui_: ht herself to toll hIm. hare b,-riitimit her. "I tli"iicht that as Ion;? as Ineeded 'I ,

< uiity at once to prr'J ___.. : }_ :..... it. but lioltl that there will I be I a vacation I might;: as well a';

in the GI't'rupjly B. I] 1)1MOXI: : tli tailor.: h.., reniottd tiiin- !<, tell him after they are married; I come hire and irH'il1.'ntall1'1'1'011! \"' aeinamted ,. WHISKEY

>: lit-AI (;:'urrr to-*. III..t, I to I 11'V.,..t Government that if lie is told now it may make a i j ( with.u 11\lt1' your Ideas I 1 ROYAL\ STANDARD i .1

l'.d.H Klp..It.. street, IIl't'lI-te"p t"s 111)ce.WI ) d.ffirenee; that she rout ;:i\e him uj. i a'mut the fourth aril Since you njiI'Srontly ,
I err 111.1pr..paru! to clean r4paar ;
p.t w''lm 1 and per",>*< Lade and 1"lltl"-1 vise won't she won't: That's your s.'ei i' nvrif. here i-s IIIT suMp"He -,:.' : 8 Years Old' in: Cases cf 4 Full Qaarts, at S3 20 per eai ; ';.

Vl .. j men* tmlor! IIIl1r1"t*. ; Cull art llcjas.: pcind by moonlight: into his card :
:- \1,1 (> -i-ou-ot char- I ".\\111 then." interrupted (a;:e. "I think i hail l.e lure :ii! ut "

,4,i n IHIUH.MI: iu eachi'ii "I-t. 1I'Ut''II'. I, '*' the 'heaxy. :.< you call him tell i two we..'ks lunirer! ," he went on *."rcnly. HIn \VHISKKYi-di-tilM at the Nel 'county rt 1IIlIr.d! ) --- ---- - -- -- l I .. JL Ky., Di-tlllery: and i N fully matured in wood '.j !
.\\\0\1-: : : v.Hltiugb"r... ] well the story to the n'all\ltll and hate him I "That's time t-iioiuh for yens t got
.01\\ :1\1\.1'1'11. old I'+' & before i is
bottling it and
.. ,jII1IHIIIlt'.S bows ;, fat ce puftor at1'thin* in thfl grocery ask her about it Then h:1tll' in psirt. bark here oi your honeymoon." Thisis t in quality by any ab-olutely Whiskey pure cf the fame not age tacelkd t :.\

in1, :.t'staiuliiu., 1".llary | or dry gouci* line will!! do That's the way the fourth act would the fouith ad set 'by nature: uo matter where produced. The Royal HtandardH 4 't t

!h Witb -x;,fii-K ii'ldl-j, wi i-f Iv IM f ji" purchasing1 to *"(. I). I 1,('. wouldn't it"No r' .\ T liiuliin; Consent. i i I eight years (tldwhen bottled, and, considering :.

I :ill dnabie! in cthNWdiit.iljy : : :'or. Iprritt. Olive, Kh: jl'lin : ," said P.u"roe solemnly. "This ': in excellent quality I is the !
I The Youth Sir, I came to ask your : cheapest whiskey in r'1,
frtun h."dI heroine of mine have absolutely the market
g'f-\\.1 man and at that price. As a beverage, and aa
1 HOW 1'0 .MAKK 'IU with i iI
to marriage your
I q! M' an l oarrtajH fur- otter :': no family ties to consider. i consent tuy I' an ab-olutely puce stimulant, there l is none better 1}
tuU all inv<-itni-ni '
jfirirantced I .
: w MI H'CPtr.\ daughter.The: in
i I- I >'I 1..,erlf"addre "Ht'It'r-I' bv two 1'Il..t eompjne*. I' !I I II' : Old] Man-Is your income sufficient L I. indicate ihippfd: contents.cures containing If no marks, whatever to F .
I ....)t Lit ('o., Cnxt..nto may nnk you rich fhi. i k 10 :. to support a wife? the I 14 satisfied with upon the examining r :
whiskey, he
I Thousand Dollars Thrown Away. I quality .
C !9rbwt -rheuie or take. Send! $:! l10 for I'I'A .
1>{1I. The Youth-It Is, and in addition to can return the same at our expense and money I
Inv Certificate.
--tnieut are
you Ir. W. \\ Baker, of Plainview. that it is sufficient to enable me to gill be refunded. _

't\ .\'\ !' Mon l..arii balb..r not will aiti-rl'-d give you upon your investigation money baek., we I Neb., writes: "My wife had lung stand an occasional touch from my All orders should be accompanied by either t

I .-I(*, it'pli' mi*, po-itious Weltner& Dunn Fi=cal Agents, (!0 I trouble for over fifteen year We wife's father. xhcaTYEARSQLS e currency, post flice money order, bank draft or ex- : i

: I\'II Kr-Ktiutp". Short j j.irnl I Broadway. New York. The Old Man-Say no more youngman..hc's pre money order. We refer to First National f '
by our methods of1HTICI I tried a number of doctors and spent mess you my sou. Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. i
-, expert HlMrUC-j! H. ALFMAN umbrella maker, 315 t over a thousand dollars without any i
Citulomi: in Crl'P'1|, South Palifox street.' Re covirinj I relief. She wa very low and I lost S. A. ,
i h.r Coilfi:::*', lr> ', and repainne of umbrella* and \n i-ajll" Str nK'b. FRIEDMAN I . i all when a friend su? e"t..dI :
hope eagle exerts :
e X\ w Origan?, I. I jMM-oU a i-pecialty. Silk covers What tremendous power an .

-- alw 1\ n h"'nd. jan 3 | trying Foley's Honey and Tar when carrying away a lamb that hors PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA. FLA. '(

j which I did ; and thank to this. weighs. w\v. sixty p U1..II or f\er! If '' '71' 'r!

i --..\A.!II! I kiiKl hn i .ilin.iu. of o-Ulll ty n9 b-ft ifl l'I'II ( .-llllll<-".. j great remedy it saved her life.' the you take the w-irlit of the bird together SIKH !' O. ISGX 41$. 1I.I.11'Br)1F; ; 179

and better health sttmty-six: pounds, then it appearsthtt H I !
'CARNIVAL: LOTU.ME,-IH velv I U i stronzer : enj-iys .
l -- -- --
l 1) MAN.ohHr and I rru-t- -(, 'illt.
'.1 ;. r...sire f,'r tr.i\ ..lli"ir! ; i riil"'iln b"r"\lt"dat Mrs. E. I). We shall never be withoutFolpy' two horsepower and must putt ffl handle every class of Lfq-jor goldn, i

.' i'i : h Iud nil fxpniiesti' I Nord-trom'- MilliDery Store. Also strain of over 1.100 pounds on themustles bulk>r bottle, wholesale or retail: at prices thAt r '
and Tar and woulda
:nlure--rd eryrl'pr'r M,<*!6*. Fale Nose=, W'ir a and : Honey of the wings; which leads one are way down. I;!;

r..,1 ly.ur ruperiutudent I Hai' Good at No. 11 Eat latendencii .k those afflicted to try it." W. A. to think that "birds are 'stronger than BEER.1'
Ud'.j. ".
; street. near Palotfux. D'Alemberte. mathematics." I



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Revolution at a gumbo supper after Disfiguring and TroublesomeSkin

Right Price. the business last night.meeting at their residence Diseases Easily Ban- A CARNIVAL eet

-r The officers are, President-John C. ished By

I Avery; Vice President-William S.

Tt j>rfeof "GOOD LUCK" Baking Pow- ;Keyser; Secretary-W. O. II. Shepard; PAINE'S CELERY

let to the housekeeper la ten ccuts ilftta for ,I Register and Treasurer-Arthur A. OF BARGAINS
Brown; Chaplain-Rev. Percival H. COMPOUND jt
l full puund (IG oz. Ed), parked ill a rn"i.lure-' ,
Whaley. .
ThU Is the luwoot ililo iUe
nod tin can. i *
Delegate to National convention, A Marvelous Cure t fter the Failuresof
i:which the Lest Baking rows-r eau be ...'.uu- Conn.-
which meets int.w Haven
Ten Doctors. For Carnival Seekers and all others who are wise
ViurtJ. Dr. F. G. Renshaw.
Skin diseases are very comon with
Right Reverend Edwin G. Weed and old and young, and some forms are .enough to take ADVANTAGE of our MONSTER

. Richmond, \irjijla. Rev. Dr. Hodson were the guests of exceedingly troublesome and cause

{. the meeting. serious disfiguration of the face and
it } complexion. Eczema salt rheum, scrofula shingles ringworm boils .ODD AND END SALE.
LOST. pimples, itch, and a score of other
disagreeable troubles result from .

I SOCIAL ECHOES Check drawn by Escambia: Boom sluggish, impure and poisoned blood.If .

Company in favor of Miss lid Tip- you truly desire to get rid of such You remember what we say-NO WINTER WEIGH SHOES WILL
evils, do not resort to outward treat
......o.o.a..j pin for Seventy-Five Dollar, has ment or applications. Common sense

been lost. All persona are warned and the experience of your friends WE CARRY OVER.

againn! honoring said check if presented will at once suggest a blood purifier
church informal I
First Baptist gave an
reception to the church members and for payment. and system Compound.renovator This like marvelous Fame'sCelery And Here Are the Prices That Will Execute the Command.LADIES' .

their friends from 5 to 9 o'clock. A I cleanser soon multiplies the numberof

most enjoyable social evening was MILWAUKETOFFICIALS vital red corpuscles, and fills the -
arteries with a health stream that
spent. SHOES. Misses' Shoes. CHILDREN'S SHOES
produces clean solid flesh and firm,
\\ellbraced nertes. Mrs. L. S. Bailey,
The reception given yesterday afternoon HERE'PARTY :'\. Y., writes thus $3 50 P.Jtent'iei, Lice, Welt $2: j W Patent Vici. Lace, Welt $1 oO Vici Lace Bjttcn -
West Potsdam : Sole ...... ...... ...... ...$2 7S t' le.112 10 2.$2 CC to 11 ... ..... .. . ,
by Miss CaMwell's Sunday "I had small blotches break out on
my head and in a short time my 3 50 l'atett'ici., Lace Turn 173; ViH Kid, Button or Lace, 125 Vici Lice or B'1"ou. -
-i school class at the re"iJence of Judge I whole body was covered. The doctors sole t .......... .... ...... ... 2 73! lit 2 to 2...... .. .. .. ... .. .. I a'J to H.... .. .... ...
Avery to meet George a'lllartha '! OF DISTINGUISHED CITY called it scrofula. I have hail 3 00 Vice Hand-sewfd Turn 1, 1 oO Vici Kid. Button Lace I 1 OOVi-l. I,ice or !K..t..i> -

\Vashirctin was a delightful sociald : 1 as many as ten doctors treat me. Sole, Lace or Button ..... 2 39']' ll'ito :!.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11> to H.. .. .... .. .. .
financial These historic FATHERS FROM THE .NORTH but none seemed to help me. At '3 Vici Lace Dull I I 1 -;Vici Button or Lice, 112 1 (H) Patfiit .
:: succors 00 Kid/Tops, 1 Leather Lit
.... .. .. ........ ...
char' impera'inited by lr.1 night time my whole body would itchso Welt Sole............ ....: 2 Ii) 2. .. Mc! to 11 ..... .... . .
, 'ITS were ERN CITY IN PENSACOLA AND 11I 1 (WViei, Button or Lice, 11' .
that I would have to walk .
2 50 Vici Kid, L tee. Extension .. ... .... .T M K IX C >lf. Button it; '
t1!'::' 'e Avery and Mus Josephine to 2. ... .. .. Clc
E I ARE CHARMED WITH WEATHER floor nearly all night. I have taken Sole..... ...... ... .. .... 171 I rah Vici, l.tfiC tit t-. .
Know' *, with grace and dignity;, then ; I all Kinds of sarsaparillas and used 2 50 Vici Kid, Lict-dor Button 1 t'J Tilen's Shoes.I 7511; Patmt Leather, L ,
," 'I"i "s cf the class iu costume were AND OTHER .THINGS .THEY soaps and ointments without. effect. 2 1:0'ici Button Common : IHf'n I lI to S.. .. .. .. .. ... ..

Aliss Cora Louise Simpson, Miss Helen I read in a paper of "ames' Celery I -l''urnl'nlp... ...... 1 S9J $5 Patent KiJ, All over Blucher oOe J 1.1 di iI**, Lace: i t

FOUND. Compound, and I could not rest untilI 2 50 Vici Button Welt Sole ... 2 U7 .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .$381 j: ton,2 tod7"tc .. ... . .
:M'Crulough: Miss Honor Marvin, it a trial. I am now on my I ; Sof :foleIN 1 :'t\'l"\ .
gave 2 ((K) Pat"ut Tip. Lace, Cuhia.Illitarv ; :5 00 P 1tlIt'i"l.. Lace Extension
bliss Grace Andersen and Mr. Preston I -- I fifth bottle and cosider Paine'a Celery :\ and Fr..tcn Heel 01 Sole.. .. .... ..... .. 3 -n'' 50J t oft Sole*, All Coloi-
.\, Compound miraculous in its effects. 1 75 Lace Extension
'pry. : : lied 5 00 Patent l'ornllar.Xonkey '
The other members who were not I fchottly after b tAlock this uiorn- I am completely cured with the exception and ?--priur Hetl .. ... ... I2'J Kkin Top.. .... ... .. .. .. 8 7'\) '! Boys', Youth's and Little Gents
lug an elegant: train of two Pullman I of one spot on my arm. which 1 73; Lice Patent Leather
i : or : 3 a) Patent Vici Lace or Button 2 7(5
in costume were. Miss Annie Walker I sleepers a bullet; car a day coach is fast going! away. I wish all who I Tip ..... .. .. ...... ....... 121 3 .">() *hoe*, all kinds and styles 2 78 I Shoes.
Miss Marguerite Inghram, Mias i Marion and a biggage car pulled into the suffer to give this wonderful medicinea 1 73: Button Extension ole... 1 29! :3 (K J() Patent Enamel Extension :2 41

Avery, who wore apron of flags with uuion depot and in a hort .time the trial." 1 50 Lice: or Button, Heel and 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf Kid 2 00 Vici Kid, Lace: 2'4 to ;; i I" ,

>x flags in their hair, altogether patriotic. I Spring Heel. .. ...... .... 118 Lined... .. ... ...... ...... :241 1 75 Vici Kids Lace 2.' tl"> .. l K
t 107 ladies and gentlemen from Milwaukee 1 25 Lace of Button. Patent Tip, 2 :sVieIKidPlainorCapToes 1 S9! 1 2.) Satin Calf. Lace Plain ,.reap

t Dainty refreshments were !served the Wis were on the platform r F Full,rich,even colors are made with Extension Hole ...... ... .. 89c 2: 50 I.\ce.PateLt Leather.... 1 bl Toes, '>Jt, to ;i i:. . x "

&! attendants being; members of the class. and'Walked over to Hotel Escambia J j Diamond i 1 25 Lice Common Sense...... b9e 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 1 75;; Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to2! I ,.'
The long table from which Mrs. H. L. where breakfast: had been: prepared. Dyes :; 100 Lace, Common Sense ..... blcLadies' : I Toes, Lace or Con rei'*... 119! 1 50 Vici Kid, Lace 13 to 2 1 i t is
Simpson and Miss Katherine Smith : 1 Few profoBftlonal dyers can dye 1 60 Heavy Satin Satin Calf 1 25: Box Calf Lace, H; to 2 We
II d The party was made up mostly of II aawell ai the housewife who uses House Slippers. Shoes.. .... .... .... .... ... 1 22 1 &, Vici Kid, Lace: 9 to 1:1: l I'I i
gracefully served tea, waj decoratedin officials of Milwaukee and Diamond byes,and none cau do bet I .
r city ; 81 75 Red and Black New Orleans Hand Made Cable 1 25 Vici Kid, Lace, 9 to 18: ":1,
the center with a handsome U. S. with the of the ter. Quilted Screw Shoe.. .. .. .... .. .. 9Sc
exception mayor Direction book and 43 dyed samplesfree. I Satin Fur Tops..... .... .. 149
flag, surrounded with smilax which every official of the northern city of I i'''I' 1 50 Black Juhetea. Fur Top.. 1 19 (9-Merehaotsarenot this ehoe.Men's. barred from buyIng HAS BEEWOULDBE: INVENTOR
DIAMOND DYES, BuriingtooVt.where i
was also draped on the table and any great importance was in the 1party. I 1 50 Black Felt Juliets, Fur

among the lovely dishes of nlvcr and : :Many of them had their I Tops .. ... ...... .... .... ... 87c 1 Slippers. A XI) FAKE !SALESMUrfr
I 75c; Black Felt Slippers, lined 4Dc GIVE WAY 10 THEORiaiXATORSOKHIEdRr
r cut glass holding;: almonds! and bon I wives along while a great I ... .... .. i
' many Black Serge Slippers .. 21cf \123: Vici Kid, Black Opera.... 99j :.VF
tons. A handsome vase of graceful ) specially honored guests were pres- passenger train are kept from I 1 50 Felt Shoes Leather Tipped 1 00 Vici' Kid, Black Tan or AND ONLY

i pinky carnitlons: adorned the table! ? eat. | running on account of snow and ice. Lined, Lace! ... .... .. 113 Wine Color.... ...... .... fi4a75c
with the pin:: shaded candelabra. The I One of them paid that: delightful 1 23; Felt Shoe, Lice or Congress ; Black or Brown Allisritor: 392
'I' Martin H. Cramer, general pas.I Lined..... .. .... '". 893 \\hitteniore, Baby Elite ODD AND END SALE !
decorated weather was encountered directly
rooms were handsomely sengeragtut for the ChicagoIi1.- Black I
Serge: Shoe, Lace or Con- 4Sc Conibimtion Polish. .. .. GJ
14 with flags: and the soft light came from I waukee & St. Paul railway is in !; after leaving Nashville.OFFICIALS .- -

rose shit: !.. 1 chandeliers. Among the charge of the party and is well ] IN PARTY.The !

R many gn-sts enjoying this chamingrecept'on I qiulifled for the pi:ice. The rolling !I !

t were BNiop Edwin G!, Wood i tock used by the travelers is from 'I Milwaukee city officials in the lVLeyer Co.

} of the -liosese of Honda HP.. It. I his road and he is one of the liveliest ; party are as follows:

4 Whaley nf Cknsts church and Kov Dr. I members of the great throng. President of the council, Corne

It.V.. P. Hudson of :St.: Kalherine's After breakfasting the visitors | lius Concorau. Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.

t fhurch. I gathered in the hotel office and were Aldermen: Wm. Murphy, F. c.1 I __ _

The cherry tree was cut a1to I f,>und to be all in very pleasant humor Foss, Fred LuedlkeVal Jesison, Jos

r pieces each bunch of chines drawing after their long ride. Not one I'pbJ.lnkeewecz.O. J. Je=ke, H. T.I .SPECIAL SALE.
.. ..
tt a sou\onier. was engaged in conversation but i Kaminski, W. H. Stevens, Sebastian MARITIME.Arrived.

Miss! Caldwell! is justly proud of the who did not speak of what was Waiter, John McCoy, John : -AT-

t. great success. It was estimated that I termed "the most beautiful dElight. I Wanter Thos. C. Troenning Fred

nearly fifty dollars was cleared which I ful and invigorating weather we I Meyer, E. H. Wltti, A. C. Weien- .

will he used:: with money on hand to I hive yet experienced" I born, Adrian Melsenheimer, Edward Br ss August Belmont, 2967, Rogers,

purchase a handsome pulpit for the I I THEY PURCHASED Stigerwald, C. D. LanghoB L.Jung. Tampico to Gulf Transit Co BRAWNER'STo

new Christs rhurch.The I BOUQUETS. City Comptroller, Peter Powin ki. Cleared.

!I A tray of small violet button hole City Attorney, Carl Run e.
I i
Br ss Lustleigh, :2U93. Baker, by WI
last: :: meeting;: before lent of the bouquets hud been placed on the Assistant Attorney, W. J. Zmrners. : ,, \Vittich & Co for Fecamp, with I', make room for my Immense Stock of Spring-

e :forth Hill euchre club wa- with Mr. I counter in the office, and by actual I 2.4C9.000 s ft sawn timber valued at .I

.iRd Mrs. Mcfioann win male this a cuuut no less than three-fourths of City Clerk E. M, Bchupngel.\ $_:9,5S6 i Goods which i.*
I II I I now Arriving Daily.
Br ss August Belmont, 29C7, Rogers
Valentines of Public Works
lost enjoyable meeting. the entire party adorned themselves Commissioners I IiiSOO
by Gulf Transit Co for Tampico with !
vtre the so'ixeniers amt handsome with the beauties lumbers of thebouquets I Frank :Mfziraw-ki Christian Hel- tons coal valued at ; j
"f : ,.. prizes were won. I were placed in envelopes; i roes and V. J. Scholnecker, Jr. I sch Polonia, 42. Foster, by master'' Rh ached Domestic, worth Cc, t" birts, worth fl-pecial 73c ; drawersto
p.J 'I and addressed to people in Milwau; City Engineer, Chas. J, Poetsch. i for Scirur, with 18.000 s ft lumber, 'I tusks room at 4ljS yard. -natch.47LidieV.

:' The younger married couples eucher kee. This was d'lue, one gentleman: City Treasurer Us). Thuerinar. 6,000 shingles, valued at $193 :*JiO( ( yards Fitcliville 11 Bleached Rpndy-te-Weir Rainy-: '

1. .ti chub will not meet again until after :! said, to convince our people that we City Service Commis-lonerVi11- I Southern Nor bk States Skjold.Lumber 1497, Krouph Co for Buenos by- |I II Demesne 7c worth 9;, to make: room J.-I nay* ach.Skirts, worth $1.&lJ, special sale
" Uaster. I are in the im-t beautiful part of the i.l1I1Iclnh're.. I Ayres, with lOn.ono s ft lumber, yard. .3 Ladies' Rpudy-to-We-ir Riiny1'iy : -
.tJ; I I (,South Milwaukee) 18,712 pickets valued at $12,650 I 23; )*O yard Lirndale and Fruit 44 wool
United "' .atei. The ladies of the City Attorney skirts, )ru iraritpfil all ,
'a :\r.! and MrsV.. K. liyt'I' will entertain i Nor ship Servia, 1214, Sorensen, by Blenched Domestic, worth lOc t.m'tke > ., nth H. "PfoCItl ":tIe $2.t f'aeh.
t party were charmed to receive these I
W. J.
; Ililey. room at 8'Ic yard.
: I
the ()unIarril Couples Hu- W S Keyser & Co for Simonstown : ::c' Lndics' llhck and Colored
t cher ('lab tonght at a Pound party. j beautiful mementoes of the Land ofI : Hupervi-or, Max Beinholdt.I with 85/00 s ft lumber 817,000 s ft' 10.000 yard 11 Unbleached 1)-- .,r-'f'd Skirt worth f 1 60, special:

,, I Flowers. I Police Commissioner, Ijiiatz: Czer- sawn timber, valued at $11'JS2\ m -!'tic, worth 6c, to make room, at -, !n 'Jfi each.
wiu-ki. I 4'4c yard. .<7 I I. .dlp,,' Black T.lIorf'tlllrd FiK'n -
The Cerman; last ni litas a great CITY COMMITTEE ARRIVES. ;
?; Justice M. Blenfki. Happiness is the proper good ofi 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand Hhee > "J Hkirts, worth $2 r.) to I'i;, pecuisal
sjcccs the largest of the season. ; i-j I inz worth ISc, to mike room, at \Zi sale $l.!US to $19-1 each.
At 10 o'clock the committee from Draftiuua' Wm. Hchmidt. human effort: and health indis-
, City luo rtoz Men's All Wool Cam..l'iIbir
'rhe officers from the Indiana: : and yard.
the city and the Elks' club arrived Assistant City Engineer, Nick i'ensable to it-take Hood's n I Undershirt worth
many delighted: onlookers adding to l-5arsa'l 1WX) yards 14 "?pt.-ral) Bleached $150.4.Uc.lal -
the brilliancy of the occasion The \I' and: met the visitors, extending to En d. parilla. Sheeting, 2J''2c,to make room, $1; drawers to match, in White,
Red and Fawn colors.
them the freedom of the city and its - -- ,, Tables for the at 183jC yard.
I I quality
danct'rsl'r<", MrV. I). C. Kessler of 25 d.u. Hoy's! and OirU' Ribbed
II courtesies. From the city A Cure For Lumbago. ,I 750yard3101 P*>pperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined
hall Undershirt '
an.tri1tS Cole&une Un.nt.Ir. and Mayor Dining room, library, Sheeting:, worth 23c; to mike a
I mittee wa composed of W. C. William, of Amherst Va., '! room 25c; drawers to match.
Mrs.V. II Wrifiht, Mrs Evelyn Maxwell and parlor at Marston $ at 20; yard.Remember.
24 doz.
Jones and Aldermen Reilly and Mc- : "For more than a year I suffered { Boy's and Oirl's Gray and
and her guest Mws i lx>wu of Tallahassw says Quina's- 'I we carry a full line of Rnd All Wool Underahirts at &v;
>. Mr. and Mrs. TV. Brent i iI Uugli. They made a good impression from lumb3?0. I finally tried __ Roys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match.

I and Mrs. Cole :Mr Al\m Wright on the stranger, one of the lat- : Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it | Try Gunther's Candies at prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of Ladi,',
Capt. I ter saying "That i; not the mayor of I gave me entire relief, which all i Solomon's- 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Men' and Boy's and Girl hhues
of New York, Mr Dl
and Miss Spurck
Penacola is i it. He is quite a young; I other remedies had failed to do." ; Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; that we ean pave you 25c on.
I Quina and Miss lleintz, of Buffalo : THE WEATHER TODAY.LOCAL drawers to match. Remembpr-We carry a full line
f Mr. John Gartin and Miss Nicolson of I IJ.1 man. Sold by all druggists and medicine 60 dOl: Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of MPQ'S Clothln? Bougnt &!e m
The committee from the Elks w'a* l dealers. j worth oOc, special 35c; dollar. We will close them out at
Atlanta Mr. .\. .\. Brooks and Miss [ i to and
FoRECAST-Falr -nlght
composed of Collector J E. Stillman, I drawers! to ma tch. Jut > price off other merchants.
Sunday, fresh northTemperature \\'Ioh. a
Nicholson of AthnU. Mr F. A. :
t Captain W. H. Northnp, Hon. Benj.
Gimore, Mr.V.. :\1. Pitt I TO CL'HK A COLD IN" ONE I\Y
Ross and in Last 24 Hours:
C.1 unison and Mr. Geo. W. Turton.
and Jiiss geldon of Baltimore, Mr. Take Laxative P.rnmo Quinine Tabletl M iimum.._.__......_......... ..... ... degrees: We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress
c I THE ITINERARY. This signature MI. & on MlQimuiu__.... .__._........ degrees:
. Will Run}an and :Miss! Mallory\ box 25c. (V /r ,,rr I t'\'er\\
lr'l I ----. --- Goods at New York Wholesale
M. H Sullnan. Jr., Miss Cora The party left Milwaukee last Temperature Elsewhere: Prices.

Mr. II M. McClellan and Miss Mary I PIANO DRAWING PENSACOLACARNIVAL j Ir Mm \.tar.t0 .
i! Wednesday and have visited the i Atlanta.. ..... ...__..__.__. :&t ACENTS FOR STANDARD
' Aiken Mr S. Pasco Miss Hlna Avery, cities of Evansville and TErre Haute Bismarck..........._ _....... .._.-04 -22: PATTERNS.

;1' ."' Mr. M. Moreno and Miss Sullivan !I Ind., Memphis and :'\ashvllle,Tent!., r ASSOCIATION Ii I Chicago. _...... .. .-___ 12 :!'!

t Lieut. eCoeq and Miss Isabel Quina, I I and Pensacola. The special left Cincinnati_..._._..___ .11 Si RemEmber the Place,

,J\ :Mr. J. C. Watson and Miss Katherine '! Nashville at7 o'clock last afj I Galvesion... __._.__ 41 50 F. E. BRAWNER
evening -
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i The drawing for the piano will Huron "rl ,
Sullivan and Miss Turtle
1 An'r11' j ter the large party had been royally Jacksonville ._..___ __ (0 IL)
'.1 Mr. Buckner Chipley an,1liss i( entertained. Arriving here today : take place at the Jesse French Piano I Kansas City____ _____W 4. 105 S. Palafox St.

Mollie Brent Mr, Clinton Wise, Miss i they spent the forenoon lookingover 'Co's Monday, Feb. 23J, at 6 p. m.,1 Key Weil__.......___ ____ :ill 74 ,

1' Stella Avery, Mr. Ceo Lewis of Tal- Memphis..._.__..._. ,??2w:
the and at 2 o'clock this until
[ city and every Monday the piano is tM
: laha see and Miss Daisye Hyer Mr. 1 afternoon left on the steamer Simpson of.PENSACOLA.
I disposed Montgomery___ SrI 51 DR. H. MOCK
J. C. Porter and 1i.3lary Chaffin for a visit to the battleship: Indiana CARNIVAL ASSO'N. New Ofloana__._44 U

t Major n M. Cary and Miss Dasie I a ride around the bay: and on WebSt I Sew York.--._ .__ 13 24 ,

Wright. The stags were Capt. Emory Savannah__ 00 00St.
the Upon their return -
gulf. --- -
f i __
I LOUIS :50? : 1i'
k f and the officers of the Indiana Mr. S. will take upper at the Escambia and NOTICE I

M Cr.IIr.. Fannin Chipley: and I, at midnight will leave for New Or : i'' NAVAL STOKES MAUUeported .' .. DENTIST. -

Capt Bottoms. Guests were Mr. and leans. 1: Ii hereby given that the underlined will
,' on theUt dy ot March A. 1>. 1_, at Pen- Daily for The Mewi bj
Mrs. I. M. Aiken Miss Aiken. Mrs. cacola. at 10 o'clock a. m .or as soon thereafter -
Marion Quina. Mrs. Heiutz. Miss Ce- GREATLY INTERESTED. L the J. Kteres samecan Judge be heard nf apply the Circuit to the Union Naval Store. Co.E08IB. 28% S. Palafox Street, 3 Old Armory Building.CROWN .

lestine Quinn Miss Messersniith, Mrs.A i There were thousands: cf things on Court of Eicamblacouniy Florida for authority WW U:5 H_ __1240
the Interests of PettenonManoniandOenevleve
tell AND
M. Avery Mrs. Pleasants of New every side to interest them; but the WO____ W Q___.._ 210
I the following described real estate iolt: Y____ IG5 f' ____ 200
Miss Williamson
York Capt and Mrs. Bull bay with the large ships and big southeast of lot PIIXSACOLA FLA.
pt>glnnlDz at tin corner a K____ S 45 K_ ..,_...400 ,
Mrs. Holtzmaa and Mrs. T. I I fighting machine the Indiana: of- now thence owned running and occupied eat on by a line J.M. with Mnldon the; S: ___ 8 :SO D_____ 00t -:!

V .Kessler. i t fered the greatest attraction. The south fence of the said Mu'don. feet; -___ Z5 C 4 below__ CC
thence north at right an eles IN)feet; thencei
j I beautiful weather also charmed west at right angles 75 feet; thence south clefts'I1111.PII5TIs5bld.. Laxative BI'O > !
Judge and Mrs. John C.vl'ry entertained them considering that a few days )) feet to point of hoglnotng.J.ELL1E moc.Qninine A1 PJl oaevery ,
'I I WABU MARZOM. 3 fife $esf far (!) S/j/frrtnnt ox.25c '
udgm's QC.. CureuCol41D0DeJ> *
the Sons of the American, previous they had been In a country I Feb:I-oawtw Oaardlan. ,


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