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 23, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


Pensacola is the seat of government for the westernmost city in the westernmost (Escambia) county of Florida. Since the colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was one of Florida’s four largest cities, with a population exceeding ten thousand. The Pensacola Daily News began publication in 1889. The editors pledged to "be Democratic, conservative but yet sufficiently aggressive to give weight to [the Daily News’] remarks." By March 1897, the Daily News had increased its circulation to 1,500. The Pensacola Journal, begun as a weekly, remained its main competitor. Among the bigger stories the Daily News covered was the 1891 dedication of the Confederate Monument in Lee Square and the outbreak of the Spanish-American War in 1898. Pensacola’s Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them Theodore Roosevelt. In the years that followed, Pensacola continued to expand. 1908 saw the completion of a new Spanish Renaissance City Hall. Around this time, the Daily News was followed by the Pensacola Evening News. The exact year of the transition is uncertain as the Pensacola Evening News continued the numbering of its predecessor. The earliest verified edition of the Pensacola Evening News dates from April 6, 1908. In 1910, when its population reached 23,000, Pensacola erected its first skyscraper--the ten-story American National Bank building, constructed the San Carlos Hotel, and raised a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had twenty-one miles of paved streets. The first modern hospital opened in 1915, and by 1924 the city’s fire department was entirely motorized. In that same year, the Pensacola Evening News merged its operations with the Pensacola Journal then under the leadership of John H. Perry. For the next six decades, the two papers continued to report the city’s news, the Journal in the morning and the News in the evening.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1889.
General Note:
Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Spicy Washington Special Gives Some Alleged Name Sent to The

tug: ide Facts On What Promises to Be a ,

Precedent In United States Senate-The ;

Charges Havo Been Preferred By "
And Received !

Wm. C. O'Neal of This City. ; '.
Assume Office '

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< -'ory was printed in the I "It further charged that Judge :: t I! I
; i '.lurnal of yesterday under a Swajne asked Tuui:;on to appear as

: 'III date line. It gave: what i counsel for a prison*:r tried in his

"I I "some inside facts" concern- court, the prisoner having been I rt- i
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:l' impeachment of Hon. Chas. \iously held for the cn.i t by Ttln son
,-,\.1 who presides at the United in his capacity as United States commissioner ','

,- a1 court terms here. Several Pen- Judge Sv\a>"ne Is again censured !:I
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t gentlemen figure in the pros forappointing referee in bankruptcy -
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rather prominently, but the at Pensacola, E. K. Nichols, I '

il itself is a lot more explanatoryas who Is grossly incompetent to ad- I

follows: minister the affairs of the office. The !

'? ishington. D. C., 1'eb. :21.If plans memorialist asks congressional in\es i

od today are carried out, prelimi- tigations. :r I

steps looking:; to the impeachment "The memorial has been referred to I

Ieral I District Judge Charles the committee on judiciary, of which : : I

of Florida will soon he taken Mr. Clayton Is a member, for action." I

judiciary committee of the

,\ delegation of lawyers from i l

.J'Alabama today laid before SAM JONES >'v > i I

tee a number of charges

Swayne.. GIVEN HARD I .: I ..

A Carpet Dag Judge. ,

.red' among corrupt other in his thingsen oflis. CAll DOWNMAYOR WILLIAM H, NORTHUP,- :: ;' J 11

;, that he: is incompe- After hating been made the objectof -.f!
the most bitter: of personal attacks, ( :
i he does not reside: in '
LOVELACE OF BREWTON Captain William II. Northup of this i
". Delaware. He is, there-
PROMPTLY RESENTED IMPUTATIONS city, has been made postmaster of '
us a carpetbag judge. f
Pensacola, succeeding nix M Robin-
I'H' has at times held ';|i,
son who has held the lucrative job IJ
!V points in the fifth dis- j
for the past four si
S ..d 1. d over the trial of the Sam Jones was given a severe years. doraJ"r
Captain Northup's name was sent
('a-.f'S at Tyler, Texas. "calling down" at Brewton Wednesday '"
to the senate about the middle of '.
were decided during the night. During: his remarks he characterized I"I
January and has been with the com- I I
1'ic\ present week. The advocates of the dispensory I 1.J"
mittee ever since. Saturady afternoon j
'.i' ire, in 1S93, unanimous- system as liars and horse thieves or < .
the committee reported upon it favorably !
': ( egress to institute Irawvodinjia ; their equal, and the mayor adminsiter- i 11'f
.. I and the confirmation followed]) i ,
o against Judge ed a good calling down. A correspondent :
immediately thereafter. ,
'.1"oral.le action was not of Montgomery Advertiser .'
Captain Northup yesterday received -
ells the story in the following: !,
i a telegram from senator Mallory 1:1:
I "i l>e learned today, a The event of the week was the lecture -
notifying him of the senate's action. I.c ;
1, ineur been impeach-: by Rev Sam Jones at the Institute t.,
It is probable that the new ap- I
'"]"-athment proceedings Hall on Wednesday evening. His I.

-'inited in three or four subject was "Philosophy, Facts and : :

ruvnt years. 'tin." A large audience greeted him. FOUR ?
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i "-;: story was sent out Towards the close he remarked that 'I :'r i :"'

'on tonight; to several he had heard: Brewton wanted a dispensary i 'II

in the south: and characterized its advocates : ; t'I II]

,' ,.d! asking the impeach- as worse than liars and horse NEAR 1 :

Sway no. United States thieves. This was more than many had ,.(
from the northern dis- expected, and it remained for the -- .&;
I I u: '!'a. was presented: to the mayor to call down the reverend evangelist I I
Special to The Daily News:
1'T Representative: Clay- in a nice way in a few well '
Tallahassee, Fet.2J: Saturday
,'>'ama chosen remarks. Mr. Jones stated that tt A
.. Jeff Johnson, foreman: of Home'slogging
p' !"nt O'Neal Made Charges. he had no reference to champions of ,
camp, went to Shaw's camp I
ralist. who is \\illiam C. the liquor traffic in Brew ton, but to : f;
for his wife and children, returningthat
!.'nt of the First National those of his home town. 1
night. ;
',arola charges that the Mayor Lovelace, while not a leaderof
Live Oak ,
While driving through : z
a resilient of Florida, as the dispensary movement, was elec- '
pond, seven miles southeast of Tal-
tl'S. but of Delaware. He ted, together with a full set of council-
labassee, the team struck a sink : {
::.' Swayne Is incompe- men, on the dispensary Issue. He regrets -
hole. '
"In of his lack of legal that on account of the presenceof
Johnson rescued his wife, but the :
that by his improper ad- ladies ho acted as he did but he
negro driver, three children and a I t,.
of the b ,si ness of his considered the abusive flings of the i t
drowned in
negro attendant were avery
has caused his court to Rev. Mr. Jones as personal, which he short time. (; I is

could not overlook. Mr. Jones admitted One was also drowned.
i' a resolution adopted bya that this was the: second time In his The body of the oldest child, eight

-;embly of Florida is in- lecturing career that he had been call years old) and that of the youngest, .I. 1 i'

in the: memorial. ed down. two weeks old, have been recovered. (

':ution states that Judge r

,t h so conducted himself as What you paT for extracts la Important For, Guests Only '

e peerle to doubt his in- but what you get for yon

is ten times more important.
'o believe that his official
Bim-ncll't Vanilla costs more because Capt Kryger regrets exceedingly -
's judge are susceptible to !.
.' worth more. that he is compelledto :
'fl'ionces .
the gallery of the
Me..srs reserve '
Tunison and Nichols are Remembered
Merchants Hotel for the exclu- ] ; *\

"wrialist again charges that A game of basket ball will be sive use of the many guests f: ;

,ayne has appointed as tnitedmmissfoner played to-morrow (Tuesday)evening during the Carnival parades.Hot t n.' .
:' I at the Armory Hall between DeFani
for his court B. '
t ak Springs Normal School and the French Waffles with
n of Pensacola, Fla., a man 'I Pensacola Classical: School teams, at Florida Cane Syrup at 1
aJ character and repute. S o'clock. Solomon's.


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"The Cause of Many THE CHIPLEY The Doctors HOW TO REST.

!Some NMpIe Directions For IU hula 1 1I 1I 1r
Sudden Deaths.
the Mnsclr

There is a
most dangerous because so decep- careful bow they expend energyTo

l tive. Many sudden Are Here rest sJ.ouM not be an art difficult( of 11'''llt _-
deaths are caused by I
< or one requiring a teacher,
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-heart disease.
a snow little of it. \vriniir. '
yet may very
I heart
F i \ future cr apoplexy John Mitchell iu Manor's IJ.izar. I I

1 !J I are often the result VISITORS-A GOOD TIME Three Month's Services Given If you are physically tired, a very few i
.\, I I of kidney disease. If minutes oil the! tint of your back is' for infants and Children.

-' [ kidney! trouble! is allowed ANTICIPATED.The Free to All Invalids Who worth us a IDlUSof repair an hours

li to advance the sitting; III a chair. Hut mind that it l>i' The Kind: You Have Always Bought has borne the ligtia_

at --- kidney-poisoned Call Before March 21st flat! not reclining on a lounge or with ture of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made undtr ht'persoial
blood will\ attack the
your spine bent out of shape in a drep
supervision 30
,, vital or the -- over years. Allow no onto
organs Pen-
Chipley Light Infantry,
chair in wl hour weight rests 011..
kidneys thenssJves break down and waste A staff of eminent physicians and surgeons deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
away cell by cell. sacola's. most popular military or- from the Bed Cross Medical Institute any part: of your body except the part "JiM-as-good" are lint Experiments and
t Bladder troubles most result from I have, Intended to support it; above all not in endanger tilt
always nttnt" solicitation of
I' j' ganization, will entertain their urgent a large health of Childreu
!!. a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is number of patients under their care In Ibis a ro '''ins chair that special trap for against llxpcriiueiit.

; 1 obtained quickest by a proper treatment of friends and the carnival visitors country established a permanent branch the HI...
The Kind You
, $ the kidney; If you are feeling badly you Monday night, the 234. of thelnstHut In tbll ell)'. II-.....!; petliiis into this position you Have Always Bought
can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer'swampKoot. The eminent gentlemen have decided ta must lie still in it, not holding yourself
+i! b ':; the great kidney liver and For the past three years these give their servicei entirely free for three down on to the crouch or I 1 Bears the Signature of

1:! bladder remedy. boys have given an entertainmenton montbsmedlclneexceptedtoall Invalids to hold that article of furniture down
!i;!! It corrects inability to held urine and scald 1I'ho call UPOL tbem for treat meet between
iii, ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that this night, which is always looked now and March 21st. consist that is. you must be I loose, relaxed un I
unpleasant necessity! of being compelled to strung.; i
forward to with a great deal of not only of consultation, elimination!
I go often during the day and to get up many and advice, but also of minor surgical oper Learn to keep still when you rv tunes during the rJght. The mild and the pleasure as they always prove to be ations. The object in pursuing this courseis When you move move on the part of d

r extraordinary effect cf Siramp-Root is soon the most popular entertainments to become rapidly and per-onallj acquainted the hotly need.Hl. Ito not waste your .i ,

'It, realized. It stands the highest far its wonderful witntbe sick and Billeted,and under force by, walking with! your arms ar.J' In Use For Over 30 Years.
; of the
cures most d.stressir.g cases. given duriuRour Mardi Oras Carni no conditions will any charge whatever I .. _.... ...
face .
well with ,
r Swamp-Root is peasant! to take and sold as as jour lop* If cireutiatanes 'OM' c. .u OOM TT .u. ST.r1Y NN 0" CITY
31'!\ be nudef services rendered for I!!,
any three
; !! val. Those who attend are assured
'I fore unusual! and fa- W
all an
'by : in and one-dollar!
f.fty-cer.t I -
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!, months to all 11 ho call before Mirth Jlst.Thedocurs i ---__ _-_ ___ .
; sized bottles. You ti_uin:: amount of exertion --
V" 1:1
t may r: I : pleasant evening; us the Chipleybjysktow treat all forms of di-eii! and upon you.
have a sample bottle cfthis :,:: ':', I ; bleak it now and then by periods of'
f''Ii'' wonderful ds-1' !, ,". .-. ':'",. how to do things right. 1 1j deformities, and guarantee acure in every W. B.
new -rr' absolute! No how
4 .z.. .i;.. l: case the undertake. At the first Inter re';t. waiter brief -riI WRIGHT GOfflPAfl!
i covery and a book that ____ j The following are the committees [ view a thorough exainina'lo-; is mode and they are they will!! be useful if you I ,
tells all about
it. both
.ofsamp.r.oot 1 if Incurable you are frankly and kindly' told make then complete and peifect In the h
rjpj l : sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer: & , Binghamton N. Y. When I L- -L fc&
writing mention Arrangements-First Lieut. John u-eltsi treatment. _
I is true of mental ns well as bod'y -
:Ii; ,: reading this generous oliti ia this! paper. Massey; chairman ; Hrcond Lieut. I; Male! and female weakness, catarrh and i\eition. .\ minute or two R1'Hire- I t
: Don't make any mifiijp' but rpineuibpr Tho Hrlggs, ttergt. M. A. Suarez. j catarrhal deafness; also \Hrlcoculti, rup- of ijuiot. wiih closed eyes if pn--"il.e! I II ,

1 the name, Hwump Root. I Floor and Music-First; Hergt. L. ture, icoitrecancer and all diseases of therectumarepustively with your t?n i<>ii relavd Mil the ;,:,'ar'l I eft EV\ LD CYPRESS SRINGIESilia[ frltl
cured by their new U.J i[ V Sll::
i .I Dr. Kilmer's Bwamp Root undid* : 0. Larcom, Corp*. J. K. Quarles, I treatment. I lus
jl addrf.-i.bittlp.DOMINOS'AND Ricgnainion.. N. Y., onevery Joseph Heed, Joseph McVoy. I Their chief associate surgeon of the InllllI tin! moi,,T.t. will Irlp! to refresh you I -?-=:- PENl ACOr.A FLA

Refreshment-Q. M. Berg: Juhn Lute w III be in personal charge I pn-aily.: !M'Ti'I :apii'i; : more i.iny ,N ,!

| umee' .\0.111 West I ha-,8 office fours I ;!uuii'd if the a1!:;Jity! to relax: mentally

't GEOMETRY. Touart Corp. Frank Humphreys, H. i, ,9 1UI, to T p. la. bunda)s 10 a, in. to 1 p.m. I ran le :tf''Iur..1: iu a fashion s.miur: t.> ,j

s I Kage, Eugene Fell. ::1,1' '-'i\:! n;: of imiTiiiar: tei-sion | COAL AND WOOD.
!iti -Clever Method of DemnnMrating: aProposition I I Dan Frank
Door-Corps. Murphy I Ii A BANQUET IN JAPAN. r.",;ri li> apty your inn d when nor
lit Cuelid. i
.l1 f. I I'j i Humphreys Artificer Wm. iXagel, us,!::;: !' WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LARGER TRADE
Acre is a very clever method of demonstrating I
ligrnard.tiullivan.: Talking and Amut.ement.Are tiers: t O\!'IIIl'\I lO\. II'
; a proposition Felix Gbck- Important Than the Catiux.I'inlng : I
Evry civilized person ue !soap |I
which will interest and the
same meyer P. A. Caro E. W. Elliott I is not in a serious busi i- and wafr to wash 'il the ac<-nmula1!1 SEND US YOUR
"alit' time Instruct our boys and girls and \Vm. Johnson. ucs-s. The Japanese do not meet to eat, i j Inn of dirt and filth from their body.f NCW

la. J will give those who are not very far Sentinels-Corp. H. L. Frater, | but eat because they bave met, and I j I hut how many ,"utr*-rc-r.* of con-tii-

tf.d\ ,, Advanced in anthinotic a glimpse! of Henry Howen, Elmer Wilkinson, J. conversation i and amusements form the 'linn think about the accumulation j j Thompson, Olsen cS C ..

I,1.i.'t'; t the pleasures in store for them when Ed. Touart: Joseph White. principal part of a banquet. Conversation I of filth within their body which! 1.a 1.. ,
," I need not be held only with hundred time more detrimental I Manresd Street Telephone
{t_ 'i. they enter upon the stUI1of. geometry: How to Purify.t..r.. I i I :neighbor, for if a man wishes to spea'i your! I to good health: than the dirt on the'outside. __ __. n _- ,_._ .
\ .1 i No in mathematics has I .
: proposition The waste lustier of food I
t To purify large quantities! of water incase ;!i'i to a friend in another part of the room : ESTABLISHED 1883.
; been the cause of more perplexity p-t?es into the bowels, which areethe j
a filter is not obtainable it Is agoutI i I he quietly slips the paper panel behind natural of the '
-t-t' '\= :i; than Xo. 47 !In the first! hook of Euclid- plan to use alum, for this will I I him. passes into the veranda enters I system. If here fewer this waste human is allowed I' McKENZIE

I the square described on the hypotenuse cause all Impurities to feink to the bottom the room again and !sits down on the to accumulate the warmth of OEETING & CO.,

_ of a right angled triangle is equal when the clear water at the top i floor before his friend. Exchanging the body soon !sets up fermentationand o -DIALCK8 19- 0

$ 1q to the sum of the squares described on may be poured off and will be fit for cups is the chief ceremony at a Jspaj dreompn-itinna--P* are formed

j the other two sides. use. One tablespoonful of alum will be j jrwjuired nose d.nuer. Sake, a spirit made from which are carried into the blood

s' r t We know that the hypotenuse! Ii for four gallons of water. It rice resembling dry sherry, is drunk and circulated through the whole Ship Chandlery and General Hardware
;:tem and dine is the inevitable
. t. !J less than the other two sides taken together must be stirred in thoroughly and then :': hot out of tiny lacquer and gold cups !I re-ult.y ise 8011l'ID 603 8. PALAFOX 8TUKKT.REVKRE .

' and it seems reasonable to assume allowed to settle. :j i throughout dinner and the inusmcs. The beet remedy for con-tipition
t.,' .: that the square described upon i i who sit on their heels in the open sptC0iof 1 I is HKPATICUHA, because it moves -AGENOY-

;; i 1. How to SIn e a Fall. I I the floor p.itiently ateh for every the bow I. paIIIInd naluralli'huut \' COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLINO'B BO \H Co. I'

I Curl In your toes is the advice given 'opportunity to till your cup with saps :1, irritation: irripinz;: orick' GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUHHEL: & HON'S PUMPH.'fin .
I 1 i
Y y j I' to tie fearful woman who dreads to i'L.'n a gentleman would exchange mln'. It gives'' s-rettgth and tour j Criap filet:. Iii.! Ir.tlci! Icttrcnantj, Clara: Iie m. SttlitOOMPA88K9
:'i I If' slip clown these frosty, Icy days. The :': ('UI'''. whi< h Ls equivalent to drinking! 'o hR liver aid: eventually: cur'i, ;
l I efficacy of this bliploss recipe isvouc'.ed ', jour health he sits downf.I front of 'told hall Ii! uui;;'" LOGS, Kft:
\f' .i I C. McXeozia Oertin;? Collecting: Agent for B,l r Pilots' Benevolent Asao
i for by a man who was formerly you nud bogs the honor. You tmpty "itlfln.:
{ a freight brakeman who says jour cup into a bowl of water hate it

jlj. _. .1. 1: that it saved his life many a time when liili-il with sass, drinksa-\h (it again; Mardi Gras
if ifiJI 7Tcr Le was running on the tops of Icy cars. and hand it to jour frHid. lIe raises itt THE GARDEN SECTION

The remedy he offers is a simple one t (/ his (tl'fh.1.1., banes. has it tilled a'.d

t It consists only In curling your toes. Jriuks.s! ceremony Las to lit' ooraPensacola

: The man who advises this says that hedoes one through: a great many tunes j Ball 1

,'..} ':;1 not attempt to explain it, but thatit Irinking! is often n mere pretence. It-;: I Florida-

,""r I., never fails, and for the women .n;: it, however: but u !'IUalll'art of the ,

young and old. who dislike an Icy fnh'rtlilllllf'ut.r... ml be atut.!<',' I ... .... Near East Kill Electric Terminus.
pavement it Is offered for a trial. and to an.u-i is the Imvinost of the : Railway

I i geishas. the linscd !siniug and dancing -- ---

. UIMlit rrrtpnt Sooner, '' girls wl.u are attached. to every U'a- Tuesday flight i Feb. 24thl Beautiful Lots for Sale.

,;:r To preterit snoring a small cap is fitted Loue.l.ut. ;
):J over the chin and held in place by the !singer' at a Japanese dinner i i 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each accord-
& It should also be less.! Hut know at ,
we baud )1l'SU'
a around the head fastened to the only take the part of the thorns in a ,

the same time that the proposition maybe thin cap with elastic rubln-r bands. tJrfek plili and they sing the storywhich r.\Wit; ItlNG II \1.1. i ing to location and. surroundings.

readily demonstrated. Indeed many This allows perfect freedom of the daneinj girls represent or stlggent : -- ---- -

of us have deuiou>trated it time and lower jaw, while: at the same time it''1 Ly a series nf gestures or pos- !i All nrs-kers will be examined at I Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
tie! df o' ,and iotubltj character "
no object
t'' again. pre\etits its dropping down after the tnre The d.incers are splemKd'y: ? will be 'slmr.ted.TICKETS High, Dry Fertile Lands.
4't I'erluips it may simplify the matter subject is asleep and thus prevents ;, dressed and their movements are Suiutcreating !,

f i somewhat if we list douiinos! to !show snoring.i HO unlike anything seen in 50 CENTS.: i The grandest for investment
i ___ _____ ever
'' how this demonstration i M M .
may lIt' made, i Europe that we watch them with a !
ii 'i Hill begins after ( ,r'l vlll'.H'lde offered in Pensacola.
:i and the accompanying illustration!\ has ;i to (lenn an Overcoat Collar. curious sense of pleasure. _. '
' .e been drawn fur this purpose. To clean an overcoat collar put half t it i --- -1!

;: r Each ,domino as you know, is a rectangle i', an ounce of liquid ammonia in half a n'n'W' Dome Seekers Should See These Lots.

: composed of two squares.:, Having 1! pint of clean! water damp the cornerof A Thousand Dollars Thro !. I j J.r.t m & .0. | -

t : drawn a right angled; triangle I weproceed ,: a towel! vrith the! mixture arid well'' Mr. \V.V.. Haker, of Plainview, .L \T ClubbsCornpr

L to construct a square upon the! tub the velvet collar with it, removing; Neb., write: "My wife had lung
hypotenuse by 1Ill'IIIiIf! the domi- as this is done the froth formed with
nos.Ve find that we may form aperfevt i' wooden 1'lI'I'r.nlfe.. Uejieat theprOl'I' trouble for over fifteen ; earVe Cont"aetnrs dell IiiiIieis5 ;: Garden and Brit Streets.
I tried a number of doctors and :
!, three four times, each pent
square by placing twelve' dotui- !i or using

nos as shown in the l'tul't-that is ; time: a clean portion of the towel. Finally 1 over a thousand dollar without any PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND I! f, 0. BRENT: H'JI. H KNOWLKB. W, K. HYKK. JR., J. H. KEEKE:

to 2>:lY. we haft 1uenly-four squares:,, lay on the collar a clean, damp relief. She was very low and I lot President. Vlc-rrxild4nt. Cashier Ait't C ible>

with an empty space in the ('eutl'rI' piece of linen and iron it with moiler- all hope, when a friend ?u fted : ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT

equai to one of tIc: s itIarc!.. or tu entj'- | ate pressure and with a not too hot trying Foley's Honey and T\!'. SHORT NOTICE. ** J* .*

five equal squares in all. iron. :!I II which I did ; and thanks to tLI- FrtCliVoik Guaranteed and ] .fypst( National Banfc

On the second side of the triangle How 1 great remedy, it saved her life the Reference Furm-liKi.
we place four domino, width, with i to Improve lonr ( ompleilon. ,
If you want a good complexion, avoid : I U stronyer; and enjoys better health
the empty space in the cuter, gives 4U ILVsT IN ::\ ) : (' .\ :sT.MENANOWOMEN..
than she
.i r us nine equal squares, and on the\ I :greasy foods! pork pickl-s. cakes pastry has ever known in tPti (1:& PEKSACOL/.FLA.
third sale ,1 and indU,stible! 1 s\\eet iMn't eat year. We shall! never be without
we place eight dominos giv'lug ,
us sixteen equal squares.This ; between meals. Hit: plenty of fruit Foley's Honey and Tar and would: 4' (LEI. C.sJig4.firnnnuural ]3 II.I3O'VC.rt.el.'v .

t completes the demonstration, 'I fresh! and stewed, and plenty of green ''a-I k those afflicted to try it." W. A. bland.b-I, ea,, di-Irnt4ti hu Q<,itifl ur u ninuti"ni!<--.time, y H KNOWLKS. W. A. BLODNT. F. C. BRENT. K. H"
for \eget; ililes. .\\'nicl't!'Oil;; tea and oof- .
have ntmIttanM.Pr.wehl..YeM.
we twrllt .tirr squares on the O'AIl'lUbl'rte.CASTORIA. auanratent bf atnr, on1 0. O. Ur.KNT,
fee, and if find irticular! food I Peis' a, wJ b.'t eetr.oSa and sixteen plus nine, ortwentyfive you any ;p r EErmNsfsEtgtr.7t
j the dots nut agrewith:: you loave it alone.Tbt'Rittcrs I CINCR ATLO bold by 1)ragglata, .
squares on other t"o.idl's. -
r.a.s or amt in Dai. Irr.rr r. f C r ... If ,
k ,4 II rrrrP.., rreraL lot fsiip id Hii,1sV
':' -q .t gilet. 'rxhntti.s5:7>. 8g a ;.
For manta w Circular oat eu re.wetVflj
e and Children
.; J rk Saw Them. w
QSTETTR' Is nTr>-lt>" tti
; :: One day the primary teacher had ii nic (or bull- fna Kind You flare
t. lieeu talking about Jack and Jill and CELERRATED in tip the -\ Always 6ougi draw oar owl Rt.y'f Exchange: on Great Britain, /ral& .
h.a asked the! little i*< .

i iff: ture showing what she had told inm e t teniHch can &- rr3c t3-ve1en r)9i:raa'k: End: other laropeaa countries.
ma n It. Itwlll l,): I
When the 1' l'IUrt.'rl' gathered, it 2M
rft'it? the anpeptra -
:VVeleli! Di nbariedipoc \b., Most Farcrcble Tern, and tf'!
:'ii J wan note'tI that one little boy had !
} i m eaion and -- -JIUgaUor. Taken Payable at Tort of n"Mtra ion Ten cr Fifteen DaylDopcalt
.' ",' t drawn' several stars about Jj Theteadiersaid
t. :
Heartburn, I have beer authorized to take (
i.t \\'hy. Fn-dJie, why do yon have Plataleacy: subscriptions; forVm.. Jennings } Box&s for Host in Connection
j.c.: those stars in the picture? It was in Bryan's "The Comm f igd with rvhioh hsT a Prim for Uu
, ; ,.' 1 izzizsess, paper rer. we v&rtaient; the:
Q+ the daytime wheu" Jack and Jill Wl.utflr Indigestion. The price i;*. $Lai per year in ad- r)f c5 art t"r..
the water. ranee. Those desiring the paper

I>t Freddie (toted! up as if surprised at ITOTERSt and yspepsia, can have it sent to them by t'ecuin: ; I DR. KINC'S .
i' the dullness! of the teacher and said: Itrsure w Iq (1.OOto the undersigned PROFESSIONAL CA3DS."wTcTROWETM. .

t\: "1Vlty. Miss -. they are the stars H.M. ROCHE. TRY NEW DISCOVERY .

U that Jack saw when he fell down." Care Dailv Sews. D.

I The Ka-y nil.Dett'm' I ()-GOLAY=(}e I Try Gnnth er's Candies atSolomon's. FOR THAT COLD. ,
t I Office: 17* 8. Palafor.Hodr.trom5to9v.m.and1 .
Early ; do
I : toC. 11
!' not irripe nor weaken the 1y-lI'm. mist and Corn Meal Mills Cures Consumpt jon,Coughs,
'l' They cure biliousness, j1.ulldie.. i and after o'clock

con*tipHi.n the and inactive livers, by i. F. GOnZflLEZ a CO., Prop i, i STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, Colds, Bronchitis! Asthma, : Phono CU.I .
arousing *I''rf'tior.-, moving the PncumoniaHayFeverPleu-

bowt-l.s gently, yet f-tf-c.tullIy. at d Ytontaetcrrra J. N. RflUElt5. :Manager Physicians prescribe it
givinvr ouch tone end -tieiipth to the I HOICE1IIAL AND PritKGKOU>l j rise, LaGrippe, Hoarseness! I 1 JOHN S. BEARD
glands i'f the p'omach. liver and 1 for their most delicate
I STOCK will make regular trip t>ptwe. Sore Tliroat Croup and
t'"atro'lla. ,
tioMtl! that the cause of 'he tronb'eIs p.r'csl'IIi, PointVihii a-d
rein-v ,I entirtly! fhese f snnue Home. 1l1u.U1, lor there lirf i patients. Whoopipc; Cough.
.. .
r( i on oc should beyyoor N8....i .ntaok Freep- Lpavt'I} l ln =crewwh.rf
InI.,1 I I.* exert a deci led tome .-f ;' .. j Office*- 09 Thitsen! Baildir,
r from tlie Hom "..tJat ,tu:, hnrd.iv at.6 a. !I'. and srrive OLD and PURE no cuns. FJO PAY. I
feet ">ii ihs rzi"s ill\"I\d.1' c I I ir by to doing Tom, enroaraz home dl'
np j 1 1Your money Ule'tti, the cotr-na-u nt Freeport 6 [I. m, s 1Jl- dIi"ve \. Pries 50t. and Si. TRIAL: BOTTLES FREE i Office Hour+-8::)() a. tr. to i ; ..
If tlit-i: 'i" is continu d lor a f -i I I Freeport Tueslnv tDannheisFer' ri' (
; 6's.n.
ad at
you tarn nrc IncJlr''otU b.acJt-
d If't''' will b. n" r..II1' n 'ftheU ,. the 2:30 m. to 6:30 m.
fo-itfrlDf Jome maoaatarer TI i u d arrive at Per-H oU 6 P m. -an tly. f i p. p.
,*u' lHirjU 1"1 rtnicy. Jchnj'' ';t'lt'ateiOtb-'bri'ar labor y- < Fire und Pros I i Ul repair jour watches and I Prattle- all stale and ft-ar l (n'tt
r-> trip5 one w vM.
; .
feh r.Hrd, biduey Kahn. .'tot"II'onotrltoutp t'e"mmunl'blc', ", vnp lit _>,t :: 120ImI f- :-:, in flrst-clasa style. J. 1 All business entrusted to me will rt ; -
UQr np4ott I 'IPn'!, prompt and diligent attention.


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: BEST LAX\TIVE Nasal ,.1t''

for If yonr 1 '
not too q'"aIn t;
;lure I .
the there
i. Ii 1I..dlcllle naturallyvw sU Its rae ylgt ::1
Atl\ + Hly and tb- ebo. o1 be cleLcraess.yAf y = 'I
.- t "
bu* .)n, griping or sickening Elj'a Cream Balm f "
1'liut .. 1
out that str"nltbf (OrigInaL] ,

feagle; :\ t1\pdiclue, of the bowels and tones otlie: i htslt dea r e' On the coast of South Carolina lived r iv I "

where they will for the first decade after the civil
lip t.11i p.Hnt It f tire*ratarthwidriyy during : : .
:p;r f rm !'l& work nature lutendtdfitll"U' array a c-jld Iu the Lad: !s' war Colonel Jim Withers.! When peace '
: I .'
-HIV :I.I lultk y. .'
came Colonel Jim became collector of t
\ ..! ch.t mVdHue i., HEPATICUl C rum Taint!Is plved Into the! rcstri's,spreads i S itr '1 .!

; I' mbr4CP- all the above good over the C :m'J'uno aid is a'.! 'rbe& F.eer: is L u- customs at the little seaport town in opir, 1

ks; not having a bid mcilire an J a cure rJiow: !. It la cot 'lrynlot : ::- ..'s which he lived. ; 1I ri
q iVhr blttpr nor sickening produce tnetu'nz.:: Large K 7.e,56 rents at Uru:- "We shall see," said the old man, I !

tt: -te.: _.,..h1 by all drug;;I=ts. gisu nr by ma.: ". ', Trial Size,10crna by niaii.tLY "whether these thieves shall continueto i ; .t
"1"1' StntUKew j _
BUorilEISo.i Warren York."LOST -
-- beat the United States as they beat l
- .
I the Confederacy. I sub, to .,' f'
propose '

Cured of Rheumatism I MONDAY. j I see that the gove'ment gets its honest ( ; l "'\
I :
A Popular Fete Day In Belgium I I dues", suh, or my name's not Jim BlitherS T \ i;i "

i V.
\\ hose Origin I* a :'IIJ.terJ' I .
r. pheffitif utteringhumang I As no Roods were ever received: .
that I suffered The first Monday after Epiphany is a : i: .:
.:i I u-ir' ttue; fete "Lost 'IMonday" the rolouel'a) custom house, it was not
: Mu-tular and Sciatic day throughout Belgium !'
r.' It is called exactly why no difficult to make good his words, but i '
for five During ; I
".k-m! u flrem he drew his and talked ] .
salary regularly J
f able The
% \\ -1 tried ) as one seems to eiplnln. origin | '
of several continually of the (imaginary) efforts ; : j
?! prescriptions of tbe fete is lost In the legeuJd of the j .

.*r. .,*. which; afforded: me very middle ages, but the modern aCCt'ptat10n that were constantly being madeto <

.: ,a'v: relief fl.epainin my of the day is certainly lost to no laud goods at the port without thepaywl'nt -

: ,s'and: leg w.i- agonizing one here. Like Mardi Gras, Lost Monday of duties rjA :i i
'" -r unbearable.! I could About ten years after the close of the
j. Is a day of general merrymaking.
,uk and thought I would be when l
war and Colonel Jim had been
Amine I Every cafe and restaurant in P.russelsj I who used :;:
: ibiudon all bu luess. running the custom house the greater who used walk A woman to buy ,
man to '
house and free drinks
advised me to tryiI j i keeps "open 1 r
: which I did reluctantly, I are on hand for all patrons of the es- part of that time without catching a common soda crackers in a :
( ,
i lip,! .: ,\' to my surpri-e one hot- i tablisfcruent, nUll as u matter of fact single; smuggler; up comes, yellow jack to save railroad fare because !
: I HIP ?und 'wl! wall I for many others as well who are not from the tropics and parses all custom he walked from paper bag because that was the .

.. ,'mimeiid It to all who houses on the\ southern coast with was poor, .j,
; .
... r
: i regular patron

.I .i ,1.. 'NPStheappetitPaids It i H al-D a very line 1 .On dock Monday, then, as it U ironically out reference. to the vigilance of anycollector. New York to Chicago, as a only kind she could get, kept i. ;

I r rallod of the natives ,
hy some
.. .1 finally build up the !i nut oteri'iuhantetl with the day, the "I tell yo', sag" said the colonol. "it I matter of habit, after he on buying them that way as a

.,"'. \'IIU cm use this ail behoot me to be mo' watchful than ;
struts of Brussels are given over to matter of habit after the
-t. Very truly had fortune left him. ,
: I ever. Taking ml vantage; rf the dfiiioai7ation I a to : I
\v. K DKLKACH. I the people. and the adventurous for-
; existing plot.:z the ecoast.<< smugglers -, advent of Uneeda Biscuit '
: \ "ii Ave., Atlanta, U.1 1 l'1g-tH'r, who, ignorant of the country'sI I "
I will swa'ra about eve'y po'te.
I customs, ventures out, I, apt to find : r tW.
\ )
:v : .'. Hit\ at SI 00 per bottles i I; that the Belgian populace is no respecter I Cue day a schooner appeared in the I .lrw' J r ;: :

,r book of particular,, of persons On this day the shopkwpor : harbor and dipped anchor about two rYe J

i ..1'| -OL Chemical, Los, : I miles from the custom !loUSI'. I'roia ;(
1 *, sighing behind their couuters, find .'
i a.. 4r Atlanta, OA. 1, LIT foremast thc flew a yellow flag and !rt
themselves compelled to hand over to lEs ,t I IN .r
: from her peak the stars and bars of the Ut1@ 8 Biscuit +
sale I their customers' servants a forced contribution .
Fur by
i late Confederacy. Colonel Jim lookedout : ;'
amounting to a certain percentage -
MDNKY KAHN of his office window! and when he ,
of the year's purchases, while
saw the beloved ensign! he forgot his
the bakers, too, have a contribution to
I fears of the fever denoted by the bit I
offer in the shape of cakes specially I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
: of yellow bunting, and his heart bled "
dade for the occasion and offered as
DIRECTORY for the Inmates of the ship, lie took I:I, -
LODGE gifts to their clientele.In .
up a glass to Inspect her, and as he did I v
this manner the unique fete is perpetuated -
M a boat was lowered from her dav
though the calendar does not '
SNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. its. Then some sailors got into the I !,,
note In particular manner the first '
boat. And what Is that long narrow .
--- -
------- --
Lodge. No. 3, K. of p.. Monday after- Epiphany. de-
pl'nucola box in the air and slowly
: swinging Blue Island, 111., Jan. 11, 1901. CARPENTRY AND E. W. PEAKE ;
meetl every Monday even scending Into the boat? A coffin! The ,
t7:30: at Castle all, Where the Other Half Wai.A Messrs Ely Bros:-I have used 'I

1 the Btoant. Wataoa young minister In the course of an colonel swept the deck with his glass, your Cream Balm: in my family for ELECTRICAL WORK Electrical contractor and builder, I. 'I 1
floor who visible were standing I '
/ third but all were will do electrical work in first- *
brethren cordially eloquent sermon on the pomps and nine and it has become your
( the boat and cue uneovcroil years my
tlDI above every class style and at reasonable rates. .
.) vanities of the world staggered his congregation family doctor for colds in the bead.I .
J. A, LYLE, while a man stood with his face Ping up Pearl & Dolive, phone 660. He can be found at 30 South Palafox :

HORBIKR 0.C. by exclaiming: bent over a Inxtk. It did not requirethe i u-e it freely on my children. It is if vou have any carpenter or electrical street. Phone 203. I

K. R.A 8. I "Here am 1 standing here preachingto acute brain, of the colonel to see i a Oodrend Yours to children. I I IJ work you want well done i rGHURGH r-,
you with only half a shirt on my I
that a funeral was taking place on I KlMBALL.Messrs. .
back, while you sit there<< covered with i.i
Dam Lodg No. 13 and other baubles." ll\n! I Ely Bro'!:-I suffered i.

.\...rvTu"lday'I.nlng: at 7iW: at gewgaws Then a dingey; ( was lowered! ar.d. followed ] : greatly with catarrh and tried dif-
Hull corn r Halafox and Garden The ue\t day a parcel containing several f>rf by the LPars'boat. it win pulled i Call on them at the corner of Garden

t IttingKnlghtacordlatlyInvited.J.A LII ERT J oil$MON, brand new shirts was left at hill \ toward the tu-tou hou--o. Sonic distatuo I u
house by one of his hearers, a kind, Balm I found relief and I
I if. C. C of the I II cannot electrical work IW
from the shore the crew and ,or phone L '' clergy or those having in charge the .. {f
A 1C. A 8. honrted old lady. Meeting the donor n praise too highly such a remedy. '
latter rested on their win while the I!
few days afterward, he thanked her exceedingly I 1.I Miss COltA \VlLLARD, publication of church service notices ,
but expressed much surprise dicey pulled!: on. Then a man came Albuiy. Y. for Sunday will send them to this t
U.M1u 1.,1::", No. :10. K.: of PHI ashore ar.d made for the colonel's office. I'
at reci-iUng such an unexpected gift. I I office by 9 o'clock Haturday morning
ladies skirts and waist
I Cleaning
: );JK No SO, KnlhU ol The colonel went out to meet i
i ,. < every Thurndav even- "Oh," said the lady, "you mentionedin ; is one of o-ir specialties. Star Laun : in order to insure their insertion -
In their <'aotle< IISllonwatyon thorn. I
'- buildingNoutb- your sermon on Sunday that "you I have come, sub," said the man, "to I In.k 11ry. in the proper position in the : ." .
i ,,1,,( and iardt-n utrefH had only half a shirt on your back. i i -- ( !! '!.
'. il 't art currtlHlly wclcomeu permission to bury the body If you want a nice present to giveto paper. ;
true ad.lhis reverence, or'-I 1
It. ALLMOS "Quite he broke down and wept copioiir-ly I a friend, go and look through the NiCK'SRCST 1--=_-=-_ _- --_ __ { ( ,
r C. C. "but you seem to forget: the other half l I .1 ,'
'I i, III s. my belouil! sister, who accompanied I Elegant line of suitable articles at QENEUAL .'It";:\CII MCHKIXJIJJ 1.
In Crout--Londou Tit-Bits.
was my wife and myself on this voyage.: I I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find i. 'i

con.nsand the vessel )'u' see anchored something to please!' you. If you I I Following is the schedule :
Vindicated Their \'lrtlm.BJornsou I want in the Diamond line French:1
I. O. O. F. nameil anything :
there Mill, the Robert 12. Lee, government steamer General
was onl'a.kI' by a friend be: sure to see him before you buy.Fudgin's '
fo' the great commander.: We took the i I R T which THE NEWS print for the i ir
upon what occasion lu his life he had I
JVnsacola 1,141:1' No. 4 fever on bond at Havana and have
taken the greatest pleasure, in knowIng :! Re best for oc.I benefit of the merchants who ship r ,
t' -v Vmrminv evening at 7H: at lost! three men buried at sea. I desiabto their good to the Carious! ;
w. ; Went IntenJencia street that he was a poet. "It was when I *
r'rn cordially In'ltoid.C'.J"iIAo"Ool bury my dear Lucy on land, so that I I posts:
a delegation from the Right came to SEND YOUR ORDERS
N. G.c I may remove the body hereafter to Leaves Fensacola-....... _... .. T:0oa.m. '.1
iv s. Secretary.AMZRICN my house iu Christiauia he answered our home in Mobile" I I to Pearl & Dolive for or Leaves rraOI'Il._... ... ........_..?.._. 7:fIIl a. m.
"and smashed all the windows. Because carpenter I Leaves Pickens .?. ...... ........._.._ edlU a. m. t. j'
when they had thus attacked me "Capt.iln, sail the collector, "I could I I electrical work. Repair work a DAILY MENUS Leaves Barrancas_. .. ... ....__. 8iSa. m. ,

GUILD. not lock upon the evidence of yo' loyalty ![ specialty. Leaves Vensacola......__. ._lul5 a. m.
and were starting for home again: they Arrives Karrancas 11:10 a. m. and then
to our lost cause in yondah flag and i Comprise all the Up-to- .
felt that they ought to sing something, You want a good piano tuner to makes a trip to Fort McBee and then re- "r
l'en ,ila No. 007. refuse jo request. If yo' will take the Date Dishes the Markets orng to I: rrancaB. C #
-ac chapter and t.o they began to sing: : 'Yes we stay in Pensacola, still you hold Leaves harrancaa.. .... .........._,.. 1:Id p. m. "
l" > LlSPKSSTRCTH thl land of They couldn'tdo body up there about a mile with the of the World Leaves Plckens. .. ..... .. ..... ..._ 1.25p.m. 1
m Uoveruor. love ours. town, I think our citizens will not object. i back your order rend):\ it in. I have Leave Peoiacola .. ..... _. .....,_. 4top. ra. t' &
else. They had to sing: the Afford Pickens .. ...... .
anything and as collecto' of the po'te yo' had 20 years' experience and have Leaves ......_. 6:15: p. m. .Ji
Arrives "
harranrai ,
6:80 ,
: and
song of the man whom they had attacked.1 p m. matestrip
K, OF L. have my permi* klll." i, worked in several piano factories. to :McKe and return. tOn

The captain burst, into tears of gratitude : Orders left at Johnson's book store Wednesdays and Saturdays the J

1t al I..PIIII lory s.. 1503.: How to I'vrfnme Linen. and with a pathetic remark linkIng will be attended to.CHAS.. Ladies' Privateo0 ooat for wiil;Pensacola leave Barrancas at 6:30 via Picking '

Rose leaves tlriPllln the shade, cloves his lost sifter! with the lost cause p. m. V : .1 M ,, u In each month. W. PKESSLEY.3adfln The General French is for army 'J
\V..1'.11.TItA RP. beaten to a jwwdtr and mace scraped; he was pulled back to the hearsebout. Dining Parlor... purposes only and any outsider must ..1

x' >S.'II.I.rr... M. W. mix these together, and put the composition Then the limly was taken to the 1'0nt; I 's, llie--gjsl Jvr ve.I rave a pass from the quartermaster 1 I" 1

tarv. into little bags: and lay among designated and buried. i I o take passage!' 01 her. *: s-'l

----- the linen. The next day another funeral came. I __ __ .' (' U
Fort Barrancas, Fla., Feb. 21, 1903. :

This time it was the captains wife Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will\ Regular Dinner Daily. 't

The Beer who had died, having; been taken ill be received until 11 a. m. March 21, '

NASAL CATARRH quickly yields! only! the night! before. The captain i IMS.: for constructing, plumbing, beating Thos C. Batson & Cote ; 5
to treatment by Kly'a Cream B tint, was so sorely broken down that he and electric wiring/ one Lavatory, Short Order

That Made I which is i agreeably aromatic It is found it necessary: to sand for Colonel also plumbing one set officers quart. Promptly

: Q.J received through the nostrils!!! Jim's permission to bury the bmly. jers i and one barrack building Fort Fillet Mglit or Day.K ,

cleanses and heal l. the whole surface which was granted. The colonel, notrelNhing i McRee Fla. U. S. reserves the right INSURANCE j fi, ,

over which it dilfa.(' it"I'H. Arem- withthe I! to reject or accept any or all proposals! '
this continual contact ,
baNNgR H I !! rAM r DDS U UI I edy for nasal' catarrh which is drying stricken schooner or any part thereof. Information It's Something Good to Eat :
crew of a fever you wish you'll find It at STATE !
or excitin? to the di-e.i;;ed mem 1: furnished on application. Envelopes REAL :
instructed the : to announce '
now messenger;
brane should not be used. Cream j containing proposals should be marked -

Halm i is recognized as! n ppciflc. to the captain that he might: "Proposals for Lavatory and Nick Apostle's No. South Palafox Street. 1 't

Price 50 cents at drus.'giM i <>r by mail. bury any one else: who died without a Plumbing," addressed. E. COLE, I '1'

VICTORIA A cold in the head immertiitely disappears special permit. uring: the next few Q. M. Popular Restaurant "Lt

when cream balm i H 'u.pd. dtys nearly all the ('rt'1:11o.t hate Partial List of ,
Desirable +
I F'eb 91 !9.21.25 Mth 100NOTICE Dwellings .
Brothers Warren street New .....
'Ar'E Ely died for day th're't're FHeralrnlu"k _
BYl' every
Meanwhile the r .4 r
lIt.r 10-CKNT: IIOTTLK BEEn --- -- -' -- mmm of the City: :F
C. .BTO IL:X: It.. was lowered to half mast. ll

IN TOWN.DAXXHEISSEE. Sean the Kind Yci Have\ Always: 3cII IBp.tue One morning Colonel Jim was sittingat I Is hereby given that the undersigned will f5.0C-2'-Btory: ail! modern house,contalninglJ rooms r a
I on March apply to the Governor conveniences, bath on i
BROS cL 111fJ. his office window with his feet on of the KtHteof Florida fur letters patent Incorporating upper and lower floors corner lot,
his d"sk and a cigar; In his mouth them and their a'.oclale. In J. N. ANDREWS, nice yard and shrubbery, ttabl.,outbOO."I l,

THE CELEBRATED when he noticed\ signs; a Street .

on the schooners deck. Taking up his I. The: namen( the corporation stair be !* Headquarters for J M5.00: -S-etory boarding I house, Containing :..
I. ? < :& room, known .
f ai tko J'onee d
Harper lisley- Petm-LangeJlier Land Company and Its "
what the matter, he Loon
;glass to see was place of business. Pensacola. Florida. house Ao. lie East Jntenden- 1 :

caught; on the watery horizon the image 2. The general nature of the business to SEWING MACHINES.REAL cia street.IMM "'
-A desirable
RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS ; of a ]low propeller topped by a pillar be leasing transacted., reclaiming.Is buying Improving selling and, renting developing 7 rooms, mom 2-story desirable modern section dwelling of inn _

lr 4'' !II ', ,-t)1 H. Palafox of black smoke. The schooner !got landlncludingopen wild land and city on a corner on ibe street car ,
street line.No.
I ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT fI ISorlb Barcelona street. '
a LINE.The sail and anchor with remarkable\ city and town tote ehere.oeversituated. .fO-Large: Z-story
-t. FX' up dWf'llIng.'u rooms
:ir.e-Opp. Union Depot. I 3. Tbe amount nf Capital' Stock shall be fronting '
p haste, but a t there wa no wind she did I thirty ttousand ltdIMImi) dollars divided lt South PalafoxANTAL7MIBS8 Street. Government SevllleHyuare,5o.AEast '
I> 1''x. 2M. Pensacola Fla. into three hundred IHJlshBn'1) of one bundreddollar9i street. e
The came nearer, -- - rsii.OD-Conifortable
not budge. propeller I - new 2-story mool'rnOVoelllnl.1I
"'n ieacb.) The said capital
I" nllll l1R-2f's. Pensacpla, St Andrews and and the {'olon"a\ \\ flying;: fron her stock shall be payable In cash, or real es ofthw room, ,very desirable section -

Gulf Steamship Company has fixed of the : tate. c city situated on orlh I
--- --- -- peak the perpendicular stripes J'.arlen between Strong: and lieWolohtreett. !
4. The said corporation sba'l exist for
the following schedule and rates to .
United States revenue flag.:: The revenue twenty-five years from the dale of tbe d
'! 'J5.OC-2-ltory dwelling good order ,
Pensacola and the with
between ,
apply cutter lore down on the schooner : grantmgof letters patent to it. I These tiny Capsules iresupenon H rooms three doors from tbe belt
points named : :5. The officers by which the bmlnes of.
boat aboard. The '' I to Balsam of Copaiba, line bas gas and eater throughout,
and sent a the corporation shall be conducted.shall bea "
had I. President and Treasurer, a Vlce-1'resl- t ICrbebi and 8'\\\\ No. 10North Barcelona street
SCHEWLK. crate and sick flags COnf\'Il-I' Injection [ I20.00ltory:! dwelling rooms, city water,
dent.and a Secretary and General Manager
Steamer Tarpon will leave Pecsa-! appeared. Then a boat came I I. Vo ho shall be elected by tbe Board of Directors I They cure in 48 hours tin j tilt bath Welt, gas\Vrlgbt, with large Street.$13.701.storydweming.eroom4 corner. lot No.

cola every Tuesday night at 8:30 with a man In uniform in the stern at its regular meeting on the first I.ze! isiwithwl inyiaoon", newly papered ,
Monday: in December of each year. A Board
o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile and amidships the captain of the Iob-I I of four Directors shall be elected by the '..''! ;' tat JI Nvii I n41iCGISTgCHOICEST belt line.and No.N painted\ East: throughout Gregory meet, on a

train and the P. & A. accommodation ert E. Lee."Arc stockholders their regular meeting on 115.00-1-story: waterand bath,

train. This will enable a you the collector?" asked the the Until rirat the Monday first election In December It. 0,of Peters each year.shall --------- --- ---- beautiful.' rooms, half (lock ut ground with {
person to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., officer of Colonel Jiia."Yes. I be President and Treasurer: A. L. Langel- Cervantes street.trees, No. 7S hast /

make close connection at Pensacolaand suh, I have that honal." : Her shall shall be be V'Ice Secretary-resident! and, and General A. L.Man Lsngellier SI :)-l-Biory dwelling, JIo 415: .East Grego I a

reach St. Andrews the next ry Itre..t.1roomlnewl, papered and
and the aforesaid officers and James A. -OPN -
"\Vell, then I want to introduce you I ager painted. rUllu0.611
: l morning at 7 o'clock.PASSENGER. Mctall shall be and constitute the board of \ East Belmont
to Bill Jimson of New London, the street, 6-room

d KATES. slipperiest smuggler on the Atlantic incur Directors.ft. The any corporation Indebtedness shall whatever.not at any time f FRUITS ADCOIFECTIONER N ( 1 1AT lOJfNo.iu4 cottage in perfect, city order.water, newly painted ti.

North Alcanli
The passenger! rate from Pensacola! coast He's been running goods ashoreIn 7. The names and residences of tbe sub itrhet. a new ,
good order
with 5
will be as follows: coffins and has landed quite a car. scribers are at follows: Richard Peters i hundred and fifty
'I To St. Andrews and St. Andrews of L. Langelller Pen- water, a neat S room cottage newly .
go. (1JO) shares; Auguste
painted and ''I'
c 'point-f6 00 round $10. hundred and forty-eight C. APOSTLE'S renovated throughout
; trip The buried goods were never found sacola, Floridaone t 8/0-No.HOEast LaKoa street, a r
To (If shares;James A. McCall. DeFnnlak otallr
Apalacbicola and Carrabelle- )
C. R. TAYLOR since they had been received and runoff Springs. Florida two (i) shares. papered 4-room cottage la good condition
$350; round trip $15. confederate. Captain Jim retained In witness whereof the above mentioned l U East Goremeit St. A large lot city water. ,
I by a large list of smaller ,
These dwellings as well
fares! include first ciass! !!! subscribers have hereunto signed their ,
died of as a number of stores and offices HiS
Artistic his position, but finally KENT.:
Shoemaker cabin, stateroom and meals. namis.
Formerly Cordova Restaurant Static
Further information can be secured the jeers his fellow townsmen heaped ii AUGi'stE RICH 'RD G.L.PETERS.I LANOELLIER. THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,

INK M' >iK M'KCIALTY., by applying at the company's offices Innn him. 1 ..A. M1TCHEL. JAMES A. MCCALL. Ole car-load of Pineapples at f 1.71 t.eadlrl:: Real Estate Rental and insurant ,

4 -No.ii.! 9 South Palafox Si:, in the Thiesen! building: Try the NEWS, want column. I feblloawiwm.r. to $2.00 per dozen. Agents, 1 Booth halaloi Street.J I Ie Is

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I the most Intelligent people of the 25H52SHSSSH5H53SHSS525 Oldest and Largest
'Pf.PillA' -:. ."' --. i I North who have given the subject any For over 50 years Ayer's Pills have been Agency

Sl comprehensive study, but by the AMUSEMENTS ui252525 West Florida.IST.UI.ISIUn .

Southern people at large who have / the standard family pill. Act directly on 1 tit'

been brought face to face with the ?
flk. Moond-claii matter. conditions and know by actual observation "Florodora" the liver, gently laxative. Lowell.C.AyerCo.,JUw*..
and experience what they are
Office! :-ntn Building U1H south a musical comedy "FJorodora" KnouilesINSURE r
.As success -
F ltoi itreet, np-itairi. talking about. ........... --=- -- --, ---
the great record breaker of
i Having been proven a dismal mis- :2sasas2 sasas2525s2s22S' For Over Miiy 1 ear. s
THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. take, then, the persistent agitation of and incidentally the most popular musical leas WIMSLOW'S tooITBl"98YRt'P bat
I comedy ever seen in this ,
the question on the part of those who country seen used for over Hit: ; years by aillloniol
Tirmi: Invariably in Advance are viewing it through visionary sentimentality I i''is this season being given as before, SOCIETY EVENTS uotbers for their children mbile tettblng

0M Te r by Mail___.._15 00 I I by John C Fisher and Thomas \V. C nth perfect success. It soothes the child,
4 *oat tii .. __._._. _...._ ;i609B i and a hopelessly blurred I i wftens the gumsallays all pain.ear wind
Rje"s'ry large organization of
Week by Carrier Payable Monday 10lirll' result in nothing but artistic I AX
i can .0:11.and la the best remedy for lJl rrbl/tja.
principals, beautiful chorus AND PERSONALS
Rates Furnished on ApplicationTELEPHONE i harm for the negro. The sooner they and n j It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1mmediately. .

I'et' a complete and undeniable demonstration dainty "Pretty Maidens. The same Sold by Druggists In every part I
: NO. 118. I metropolitan production that has been It S2Jlion. s( the world. TwentTnvt cents a bottle REAL'iTE
of a plain, simple proposition I
It I I the delight of all who have been fortunate [ Be tare you ask fur''Mn Window's Booth, ,
severely alone the better for the negro Mitch Jacoby, of Marianna: i lag Syrap. ana lain: uu other tlnd.
i in witnessing "Florodora": is I !:I :u>;> Sent'v
-- --
I as well for all concerned-Bir- with his family are in the city for lrl"'I.

'ItviON j minghani News. carried intact, with every feature and Mardi Gras. : CHIPLEY LIGHT INFANTRY!
I attribute as heretofer. The list of I Phone 2:!. N.A-
Wert !
v a' principals on this occasion includes Is- I I Mrs. Nelson, from River Junction. 'lll.ll'\\- IH .I.. I
'is with the family of V/.D.Carimchael !
adore Rush. Corinne. James Kititmn.
Monday the :;dd will
inat be mil-
?rN8AOCLA, lEa 23, IS03 The Southern States Lumber Company i I
II 1 Charles II. Bowers, Charels! Dos. wn.I during the carnival festivities. i! tarr, day during Use M.trni U 1.15 Carnival I II
T in this county have given the j ('
I ..,
Yesterday was Washington's birth people' of this; state a valuable lesson (I I lard Curtiss Alfred Cahi'.l.: Frances | Icon J. J. Sullivan! left yesterday cud! as a wind up for thodiya'

day. f I in economics, besides creating a business i': Tyscn. Grace Hazard and many others at non for Evansville, Ind., and Chicago frftivitied the Chij'l) -y bt'\. s will:! rive ''T1 :I-
of note. TIe company carries its '''on! of their '
which gives every evidence of' where he has been called on delightful tniltturyhall

: J34C,00( went up in smoke. That :'|deiclopinsr 1: into a paying investment. !i i! own orchestra.The. I legal business. He will probably re- ;. The v.lri'-Ui coni3iittet an ..:$!

a is the amo-int paid by the American | Three years ago the company hay-I i I turn next Friday. II (|- Lard a: w-rx and pr--mi to mtpr- }Ii life ...
1 l.HtOf
people for cigars last: year j ing cut over a tract of lSOOn acres in Od! Camp:r. I' It is: observed that the colors fly- tJintheir fric uil< i.> grindty \ oJ..u oj.
I Tho and comiiiiittrf will!
1 I this county end adjoining: county of i! has for fortfiYcears had one arti- ;;; : user the Mexican consulate are : b" program the United St. '

It is quite a Ions time jet till the Raldwin Ala., decided to utilize it asa cle in his supply-Border's Eagle: in H'fjfine harmony with the gay l1Jt.UICHII.1ttr.Adnb.iol1, IIKMIV I!, HYJ:, I ,'?> i
Id LVdi"frre.
if next national conventions and ('ul.l I stock rants and put the entire acreage Brand Condensed Milk. It gives! to decorations of the city. Red white |i cent .
:McClure says it is more than likely under fence instead of abandoning i soldiers, sailors hunters, earners and green are the popular colors under \ TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. Strongest in the WCM:

that the presidential candidates have it as has usually been dOM hereto- and miners a daily comfort "like the the Priscus regime. In fact one -

not been mentioned 'I old home. Delicious in coffee, tea | Thos. \\Vntworth will toddy
I fore.A unfamiliar with the national flag of ,; M5\WKY NOT THE BEST ? >
stock of IIerefcrd and short horn and chocolate. | Mexico might suspect: that Dr. PiazI ;; take charge of (tie city eircul tti+>n of .. -
3 The refusal of Judge Parker to allow bulls were secured and crossed with i I hat hoisted Mardi Gras banner and THE NEWS. He will take subscriptions

himself to become mixed up in the nali\e cattle. At the same time REVIVAL SERVICES TO JIt the eagle and rattle snake by :
) on and collect: all accounts.Mr. TflE 1 1ERGI1R| |ZITS
any public! affair which would give' much of) the land was cleared and BEGIN NEXT SU' DAV. way of extra enibelHr-hruent.!

color to the idea that he is seeking !J planted! in upland rice cassava velvet Wentworth has had large ex- :I

the democratic nomination is the ;; 'leans, licsarwoed: corn and cowpeas I Sample bottles ;of Ur. Kilmer's (perienee as circuiatiai; manager of.. TRANSFER GO.
It was announced at the rresbyter- : riwamp-It lilt, the great kidney, liver
strongest kind of a symptom that he isI, 479 acres being; planted last year. large daily papery, and will make: '
the This will be ian church last evening that, beginningnext :: ; and bladder rt-midy, are heiui distributed '
man wc're looking for. i iI coming &eason 1,000 acres THE NEWS service of the Having been awarded t'-
paper sat-
;} I planted. The cattle hare thrived in i, Sunday a series of revival meetings I here ftoi.tLuusefree. Have for c 'rring the U. S. Mui I). w
[ received ? :sf actory to all thp L. & X. Depot and "
l'l Post
j i you one I'
II'e constantly hear the cant the enclosure and the result has teen I I will be held in the church, Rev. -. -- j and al-o the exclusive

J tlt "' not phrase labor, 'Capital organize organizes?' as if ,this why settled may |hat the average of native yearlings I L. It. Walker, the pastor to be assisted We will lauLder your spreads ft.i5 Mil KMritir-, .\TTixir: )x.R3 If'ge on all trains entering baggngi t, t' "
F the whole [ weighing 130; pounds each have been cents: tach and make them l b r.f I wa are prepared to tran-fi o ,
i i"" : ': organize problem.for an Hut illegal capital purpose.cannot ( succeeded by half or quarter blooded I by Rev. Nathan Uachman of Ten ike uw our Laundry. '\; .-q7 ujr conclave of I and pas-*>n-is to and from III.,
I tf-K reridtnces
!:; For example, may capital organize in | stock weighing100 pounds and theo nessee. CoeurdaLeon Oininrin- and traipau
' 'II':.:- lery No. I, Knights i might,
! i such a way that one manufacturer may : pound average for calves when Hev. Bachman is a forcible minis- CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, 'rJlrtD1Plar.
i j\J. employ pickets to surround the establishment [I at 7:30 p, u).
: t< of another competing manufacturer '['I dropped has been succeeded by calves ter and his name has a number of.;. No. 3o South Palafox street, fr your Monday, Fb. 21. I Prompt & Reliable Service GnJra tii9.

; and prevent ingress and crossed with blooded stock of an av- times been connected with successful I electrical: work. He i B prepared to .i44Grand I Vi-iUtion bvO.K. I We also: conduct a Freight I), ,:II if-
C. rtii.i.1'ain H. (; 1I1dwICk.'ork j
egress to the works or interfere with :'e-rage of 73; pounds. i ery Bu-ine s-haul piano-. -aii-
a first-class job at moderate in the K. T. '
I the transportation:: of its products? j One thing which has been demonstrated revival services He has been invitedto I Phone 203. banquet. degree, followed by a ;I machinery and furniture at Km- .'
There cannot be law for citizens ]
[j is the fact that the imported assist in the meetings by the church Sojourning: Sir Knights are cour
and corporations and another for labor i I Telephone your orders to F. !i,
.; org-anizations.-I'rpsilknt Baer.It I I cattle stood the climate change! and I session. I You can get your house teou-ly invited. Pou's Livery Rabies, Phonn ', '

. ;I could hardly be expected that, in I| the other that it pays to fence cattle furnished complete with HARRY \\'. UIIIBS J. Ii. KELLER, E. C. I'| Phone Mrs. H.3i,1.MERCHANTS H.. Hallmaik'! K ,, :

.'tj the light;: of past utterances, the clos- |: in and supplement! the ordinary pas- elegan, furniture at Marston Recorder. ii i

'' ing plea of the operators, delivered by j: ture feed with forage grown for the CITY TAXES.Tax % Ouina'.f on easy pay- i I i TRANSFER CO..

:1- President llaer, could be received and purpose.:: The stock on this range now It will '
Surprise It.
I ments weekly .or m ntltly. you-Try MRS. H. H. HALLMARK. !P,
! considered by the public without pre- |: includes GO; head of cattle :2SO hogs laj(-r, if j onNli to stop It i is the -diciiie above all other :'

:; judice. And such consideration is the 114 i horses, and 100 hens. The hogs : Intercut, call at once and pal I FOR LUMBERCall for catarrh and i i-t worth its weijjit !i iin HAKKV HALLMAKK, Transl' 'vL .

; -. more impossible when such para I'are P.erkbhires. Any one who desires jour Ta\;.. j gold. Jlly''ream! Itilm does all'' A: X. K. K. t o.,!'.acil P.& A

ti' graphs as the above are found in it. | to see what can be done at farming in I on I5KKK.MAN J.UMT.F.R that i i- cl.iiuifd for it.-ii. W. Sperry, --
_, X. 3IiK. OiiJTIXC5 CO fur en.iiiat.. before Hertford, (J, -
11 The head of the great coal trust pleads this part of Florida should visit thfS. I pl I' Vy
u w.-!- with catarrh TIII:
10f2w: / Tai ('oll..l'tur.! erders for lumber. dlC-lin
S. L. farm.
for one law for the corporation and for company's feud Ely'-LieMin Ililm and thn .

the labor union, and in the very same I I 1 1I ili-.isrr'e hi l'i.:arr'1 all !I. ft t.lIu.- MffliV M

1 1t 1i I Neatly F... ...I K Hi-. 1 i...., I e eo.eee.Qee910Ad040.le J. Oim-tesil.: Arculi, III, biiOuAl
privilege t j 'I he itirn dots rut uritatn and !I mm wVhulosaIc ,
: | A runaway almo-t eniing fatally! I Ii 4 t u cau- "M-izitu. S.dd by Ely; Urotl.e .- I

', k rights which corporate wealth] is assuming | ?started: urnblf ulcer! on the lei nfJ. I :- 5H Warren street New York i \ 1 and

for itself! for, although he i : MILITARY LAUD WABRAliTS.
;lr t dares a certain purpose to be illegal: K..r f IIr year; ii di H.-d all eoeti-r *> i
I 0I ; : ;', HU
it is readily recognized as the purpose 'uldollreni-di.s. Iiuckln's Arnici o I II I
with but sli variation in the method I : ...A SPECIAL... So I
a s tlv"| lud no ip-ubi" to him.
cure ; |I Family
i 1- PAIl pirons tel'inirwhoj Fancy and Stapl
t which is the inspiration of many a Kq Lilly (;"'1,l for Bunts Hrui-e*, !) 00 1" one whetlnr I buy or I

j capitalistic! combine. Skin\ Km: ,, .i'us. I and Piles. l!:>2atV.V U iut. H. K. KPLLKY. i iIU2 j ..* Groceries, k<

i !)' 1.l ii-hM-le's I): u,; K:ore, 121Suith I !i BILL OF FARE I II !: KtnH City, Mo. I I I' and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fain:.

LINCOLN AND THE NEGRO. ; I'tl.f->-trect.. Gaud,.

; Judge linger A. I'royor, of New York, I .* ?:.* HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR THE .
recently addressed to the editor of the INFORMATIONSOLICITED. i for the CVn-bnt ('afdu

New York Sun a communication whichis I | Mardi Gras Season I The Costumes Used in i Monde Cotlee, Sweet l\n\m\ \.i-| | .,
: *";;Illini aud Climax Fluur-, IJ iyte\
not only sensible, but is altogether Dl'licltCt-r-n, German-AnlprICasl!'
' ,' timely during a period when the so- .* oj* AND DURING THE VISIT OF THE A* f last Year's Carnival Food en.';; (,',tined Meats: Ktc. Ai.

called race problem is being so widely \ ., 'I! of which are sold by nil flr-i-r'a-': '
'k and in many cases so wildly discussed. 'I __ o *"*"I3ATTLESHIPS..a.o: : Parade. Retail Grocers in the city.

Judge Pryor is a southern man, and 50.CO REWARD FOR Ixron L\- I. -.- ---- eS :,! oo'j-doi eorni 1'\1\l'flX

+{ ..J3f has given the negro question careful tion as to the whereabouts of Walter I .* { Fish, Game, Fruits and Vegetables in Season SU I II 1 These costumes are in excellent !i I _

study. He shows that no less a person H. Henry, 19 years old who left his I {" PENSACOLAiPressing
I | Served in All f condition just the :
Jk than Abraham Lincoln himself en home in Swarmmore 1'a., June 4th, Styles.

tr tertainediews in regard to the negro l&W, with the supposed intention of .* --- --- fj* thing to wear at His Mnjcsiy's i

not unlike those held by the Southern getting aboard a sca-soing vessel. At Grand Ball February :< Club

people today. Says JiKlge Pryor: | the time he was IG years old 5 feet I Dining loom for # $
"Since nowhere in the world-not 3 inches tall, weight about IOU \ 24,1003e\\ will sell one :, FOR GENTLEMEN.
in the 'abolition states-has the ;
oven Brown blue Q or more to until
jxiunds. hair light eyes any person \
negro though armed with suffrage, so '
much as approached political: and physical small nn"e, freckled face. Left handed i l% Ladies Exclusively. i they are closed out- Apply

equality'ith the white man is but writes with his right hand. I One Dollar Per Month
at 10VIlAS.
not a ral' inferiority morally andinteleclually 'Good education, active and industri -r- tJ once I

It and' irreparable! the cause degradation: of this?universal So yo l ous. Particularly anxious to reach : BUFFET SUPPLIED WITH CHOICEST | LeBJROX; I i I In Advance to \IelOberih'l|

seem to indicate, an.1"In ansustain0.! him owing to recent deaths of rela Chairman Vuildin* Coin j! Clothes Cleaned: and Pre-i-' 'I\ .
in the suggestion by him whose worth tives.i i OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS i often as rtesiml. Your CI"' .
i i sent for and delivered Coil
and wis-tlom the n"in 'HI- : :
1I One half the above reward to person II 9j..; S )utl l'ald..x
and Jm
j t
in itsl.rl.. to coiummorxt- oec.Ne es e. .O..O..O..93.. ..e.J.1JFJFZ i
sending information leading! to iI Club.
Judge Pryor then quotes as follows: I,
: his location; the other half to news- ____
r I have no purpose to introduce polit'I paper in which this notice was been : :-; ::=- ::- ---- :.:--- N ---:--'-------'::: i iI iI Lali a1 Fish t(' :iris a ipi: I l I',
cal anti social iii'iaiiiy between the I
.. white and b'ack' \ races. There H a by informaut. Kindly send marked j < sz 2' .1' difference between the two copy. i I f0
which, in will I
my judgment probably Address A.V.. HENRY.Swathmore. I G. W. IRWIN.H .
w't forever injlnd their linn tic'tberup- I
I on a footing of pertect equality, and Pa. C//Ol &j COLLARS'UF-E
. inasmuch as it becomes a ncce!'ity i i Exchanges please copy. : i' OPENING J

that there must be a difference I rnwell Chocolate with
1 Jude Douglas am in favor of I" 11 i\J\ '
as 10 C ("HI'i 0 "I' 0\1: IJ.I .\\" Whipped Cream
the race to which I be'ons! having the I I at Solo-
I Tats LAXI'IV (ialnneTftlilfti! All ii i id Ill nH'9.
: /h 1 ropuhr
I superiority. I have never anything '
drugs rt-fiin" th r 'm-y If Ii liiils to h'E' SEAR. oprim Waists.
to the contrary, but I hold notwithstanding "U". K.v. Urnvti's signature is ou achliox. | : Fancy
2525'252..52525252.525:1 Sleev. Caps and Slurred!
all this, there is ?:c.
: no t _
_ _
r ; Effects also will l.old: rulA this STEAMER
: In the world why the negro is not ? LINE SCHEDULE
PISTOLS AND ROCKS r- figA II th"Mi folyt-, in
t" entitled to all the natural rights; enumerated ,
'if hi fE i in declaration of inde I USED IN A FRAY. ; i I Myles, are found -urStockof
f'f l'ndt'I1l'l'-the right to life liberty and ; Oololarntocl .etween PPllh8c"la ami MiltonIfc.
i1 I the of happine-w.Abraham
'f.;' I Lincoln in the Lincoln-Douglas; I I...- I Saturday night two negroes agreedto : ; $3.50-SHOEcJ-$3.60 BUTTERICK PATTERNS. Hun,. Daily .'I.t: Sunday<<

'f .I bates p. 73; ; 2 "Rhodes "History of the : disagree on North DeViliiers street j ; Toe Pier of all J3SO Shoes! Unequalled for Comfort, Durability The March Patterns giving "CITY OF TAMPA."
It: 4 United States, p. 32.;. near the car sheds and after a few
I ( Workmanship.. A Common tense Shoe for Common Hense: some indication of prevailingtpnng .
12" 'This," says Judge Pro 'or. "is the words one of them went into the middle ; Men. ,tjles are now in. Milton flHmm J.y 1''n'"oh,1 r"'
U l't-ni""ola.IodlJam '.
Ar Milton
precise position of the South. Todayin << of the road to hunt a rock. The ) --- --- - --- -.-- ------ Wnen next you come to our pD
Fare IIoJl:; Round trip,II.u)
the South the negro is protected in other, seeing what his foe was about, ; ;; uHA WEB" $3.00 HATS. : 1 II t'rp, visit our 1'arer Patterndepartment

the enjoyment of every 'natural right' jerked<< out his revolver and broke the I I indeed, it would
( You five dollar for Hat and be pitY you, if you havedresMmk- I
I can
pay a no better )
I sat -fled. leer ,
: I which he has not forfeited by crime stillness of the night by firing at the
I I ? the New Alpines and Derbief. If particular about style you'll )1'i iI' ing intentionf> make a special I JEWELER IN HIS
i : he will continue to be | rock hunter, the bullet in anI 1 >
J and so protected I lodging wear aHnwe''. ; ,1 trip to our sure fur that I Ipurpo
madness of his occupied house. -- --. ;;,'.
until the pseudo -- -'

1(& friends precipitates a conflict! which I Jim Forest, a well known negro, was I l' "Silver";i--t\ Geo. P. Ide'8' \ "Gold" ; : NEW STAND

H can cad only in his destruction.Just I arrested as one of the participants. : I $100'\' Celebrated Shirts i $1.50 ; I
so.:: In the South the negro has I '
': : H..rp ctlle and Iond to-to It= Wf'1I It" flip bp-r t.f b'lun1. f1 ,
no "natural: right";:: to vote. He :is The t i quaff' I have oii-ved my j' w Ir : -
1011 '..'
-Irritatillg I ( organdl'h't p'rt'tI'laitertand! Pin ;-'- CumeLo.,k ISfJU'II l' laf"1 Mrrei, '
not as a rule quaillfioj to exorcise the Tnun Ov. r. it will be Plea-aat a> \Tt'II404 Prrfiible, 'jiA 120 South I'tM.ix, for- .

t right of franchise, and Secretary Root Cathartic i PFN'.;\f'or.FLORIUA.. pied by Bass & ('.o? :. l
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In hU ailmisMiin: that the experiment: i L : ....Jt-rr; : .. bettr'rjr-ptred thji."r: .

f giving the negro the franchhis: Easy tit. *:" "5Y to operateHood's W. J. & B. FORBES. : ifreatbir;{! !h In d 'iwoli !-. w

after a generation: proven a faii-tre I n t\ \ '-.:: .'ey's Kidney Cure! Jewelry, etc. Ctll ai'.j., .

supported not only by thousands of Pills ;" ; ,---.- ht m.; c"Dvincf: YU
t"jji rri = ..; :::=ys:4 tta 1 r riQ..2.1 1 I J. I. c5TEPHNA' ="

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of H. for the state of Florida, and No. BOOB. t;,
*. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK Cashier; 'jl
PRISGUS IV ARRIVED members of that order will accord S. J. fOSHEE,Vlce-Prealdent; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ala't CathUr.

him a rousing welcome.:

W. A. Roberts and wife of Paris, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

3"enn., are here, and are at the Es-

AMID A BLAZE OF GLORY cambia. He is an official of the L. OF PENSACOLA. FLA. I -1'

& N., and this morning the copule Designated Depository of the United States.

paid the navy yard a visit. Condensed Statement at the close of busine";Feb. 9, 1903.:

TOOTING OF STEAM WHISTLES ANNNOUNCED ELY'S LIQUID CREAM BALM li an I Loaijsand Discounts! RESOURCES...... ............ .. ... $W,072.95: ; Capital Stock ....LIABILITIES... .... ...... ... ...... .... $ >J.u..OO'
old friend in a new form. It u prepared Demand Loans. ..... ...... ...... ...... .. .. 1:280654Overdrafts : Surplus! ..... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20.tnO.dO ;> *
for -the particular benefit of ...... .... .........,.. ........ .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits...... .... .. ..., .... .... 6U076Circulation !(
THE APPROACH OF THE MONARCH MI tier era from nasal catarrh who are' U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ...... 213,806.87> ...... ........ ...... .... .... .... 123.UOOOO;: t/I
used to an atomizer in spraying the Stocks, securities, etc... ...,........ ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid-... ....... .... .. 180.00 t.I
.. di-easEd m mbranei-. All the healing Furnitureani Fixtures... .....- .... ...... K.71848 Deposits ............ ............ ...... ...... C.i,649.34
--- -- and soothing; properties of Cream Cash and Exchange............ ............ 22817024 1
Balm! are retaiiied: in the new preparation .t
TOVtiO lV AS ACCORDED THE SIGNAL It does nut dry up the ,

secretion Price, itcludincf spraying Total..".. .... .... ...... .... ..... ...... $911,420.10 Total.... .,.. .... .... ..... .... ...... .... 1911.420.10 I
HONORS DUE HIS MAJESTY. I Ii tube, 75 cents. At yourdiu,{- This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give
Fiv Brother+ (;Warren
Si-i's <>r four business; prompt, courteous and careful attention.
i street, New York, mil sal!: } it. I

.- wnlo -uler would have ob- ( Priscas paid a visit to the Indiana HOTELS I --
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,. s 'wd: Ie Wljlcome accorded where Captain Emory extended B. 1L F W. & CO 6 5. W. & CO' .
ant" -! u\h H da). it was !grand. the courtesies.A BOARDING HOUSES I "- --.f.
: \.kandth. i LrZ' :: :: oi, : :: !
:: ,bunion I llu was one Lig feature of the street paradewas ,

.1,,' ". Mine av (1 in pensacola, I the Land of 1'j' pieces from the AND RATES 38 EAST \ I WATSON .& GO
'. .1.. which I G.i I I I arcet Work and ,F fj
'( ......,. ..,readyattained battleship. Indiana. This organisation _
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(' -nl for observing cars was under the leadership of Pruf. '\ II I !
I X Iic '
'.- ; "ne of !plearI r- Giovanni; and discoursed sweet mu I Goods Received. Q I

the heart of visitors I sic. It came in for a lot of applause LIST OF PLACES WHICH CAN i I R. K. .
.<,jlul, and it was one rum along the route, as did also the ACCOMMODATE CAFf': )!- I \Vitchmaker, ) :\ ) OI-ERV SHADED IN L\DIES'GLOVED.\ ;1

;ii passed! this year only bluejackets, who wore under command i: VAL VISITORS.For and (; ": LEHTECK RIBBONS,

: city! at New Orleans. \ of LieJtcnant Marvell. 1 1I I I I KIBBOXS, HHIKP WAIST TUT'OXS. t't(t'
Ptlafox St.
111awtI1 : ': Axn MISSES'LACE HOKIEUV. >
arrived on time. He.nau This afternoon the streets are alivewith (j
the information of visitors who
:r. lie proclaimedcts I pedestrians all in the best of desire entertainment during Carnival jfadng's, f fie \ 1 tll-: UMH4IMNG: STOCK <>!*' ll'lt
">' meet Him at "the humor. week. The News has procurred the '

i 1'alafax" at high noon Tomorrow's Program. following list of hotels and: boarding I A Severe Cold i j Jackets and Tailored Suits :", '

,1' there at that hour. I A fitting close to the present carnival houses, with respective rates, where The following 1:: cd '!
board and lodging may be procured: Nu-b.ium, of I Cut Eftariltu f tf r Cost or lYunr pile *.
will be observed tomorrow
.v 1:: o'clock a surging
Merchants Hotel. J. Kryger prop., its own story: "1 Q
i I' ogle congregated; at the night when the grand coronation ball meals only, 50c each. in ititha with u !'(< : GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTKEHT

I'aiafox! street and lined both at the opera house shaH have ended. cambia Hotel. J. C. Timberlake gl"t prepared
njgr., 60 persons $.!.50 )per day and up. and a physician Is becominir, more complete each day.
; that thoroughfare. One pur- At 7 o'clock in the evening the grand Commercial Hotel 110 11 Intendeu- vet I did lint .

.ntr\JI1\.l that of beholding the mystic parade will leave the shedsof cia St., acommodation for 20:! at $2per Folej's Honey "/ ; Shirts and Neckwear for Carnival Fc tivitics p
lar.board and lodging.; doses cured me.
.' of 1'risciH. the Carnival Association on West National Hotel, 120:! K. Government \V. A. ? .1

remained for the bin steamern Garden street.o'ifteen elegant floats st.. 14 rooms accommodation for 32: I Our Shoe Stock is Complete g
persons $1 to $1.50 per day. No GRAND
> to begin the welcome. En'r)- including that of the King, will traverse board ; Lines' for Men, Ladies and Children I'

was craning their necks: at a route east on Garden to Pala- Mrs. C. P. Rurgmayer, 300 N. Al-
caniz St., accommodation for six. ] : U
o'clock, all expecting to see the Cox, thence north on the west side to Mrs J. S. Amos, 241 E. Gregory st.,

i' yacht loom up on the horuon. Wright; thence south on the east sideto accommodation for two, $1.23 per day WATSON & CO. A

tie Keen eye of Capt. Harrow was Zarragossa; thence east to Jefferson each Mrs Annie Wood, 94! E. LaRua st., AT THE ARMORY _rl.
6. w.. & co TG. W. & CO"v _
mg those directed seaward and and north to me opera house. accommodation for four persons! The ; .....,;,.. J _
as he who discerned the gaily I and $1 per day. Rams only.
Gay maskers will early and
appear Mrsc. Emma. Gordon. 116 \V. Inten-
ated yacht speeding toward the fill the streets tomorrow. dencia st, accommodation for ten persons In addition to
: !
tractions of the $
The whistle cord of the Tar- 70c per day. Hoard and lodging.
be Irahd Mardi
Visitors the hundreds arrivedall 1\
by W. H. Helton 329:! Il: Intendencia st,
Hail, 'I'ue- CAN GET .'" .< < 'c
"it-diately became and in irnry .
: taut accommodation for four persons. fc
day yesterday and today. Early 10 n. The ball
'ends in the Board and lodging $1 {It"r day.
i every steamer o''on' as not
this morning the strangers began to \V. D. Allen. 219 N. Tarragona st., CREAM SODA
th" coronation '
contributing to the
; > appear on the streets and by 10 a. accommodation for sixteen persons. hou-e. and will ;
,:n.c: making a deafening Board and lodging! $1.50 per day. II All att(<
the principal thoroughfares persons ICE CREAM
,.. until.tcpped 1 Mrs C. V.Robinson. cor. Wright! to bt nia-.ked, )\ :
.Iwas kept 1111 mass of moving struggling! :, pressIng and llajlen st?., accommodation for m',-ked, why
.t into his galystye. humanity. four persons lodging only $1 per day. I The best of \ i
Mrs J. Rupert 122:: W. Intcndc-ncia i, ed. and you are '
Confetti and carnival novelties st, accommodation for three persons time.Adini. Confectionery
King's arrival sol- Lodging only SOc. I I' -.inn, 35 1
salesmen appear*! early, and being .
Mrs. eck\vith, 214 N Barcelona. The counnittee
Barancas jiost, ma- DOOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. .*.<
I supplied with all!!sorts of noise making accommodation for two persons. to reject any j

i.ivy yard,local nnli.ud devices, soon had the air resonant Lodging only $1 )per day. pcroiH.Ktinember. I .
Mrs Julia 115 W. Inten
,. blue jackets with discordant sounds. The extra
I dencia! St.. accommodation for four night. .
-Uip Indiana, were police: received special instructionsthis persons. lodging only $1 I )per day. .\ Guaranteed
Mrs .\. N. Knovvles 805 W lielmont D. HALE WILSON "
.ale: array. morning regarding what to permit st., enmodation for four'Ill'rsons.. Itching Klind ,
Plea Your I
,\ Nave: seated the grand and what to suppress, and taking Lodging; $1 )per day. noncyif PAZ .
,. Mrs. \\". E. Maxon, 417 N. 9th ave., ;,
i he! marching order, it all in all, the crowd was orderly you. SecantsWntutu and Rental Agent .
accommodations for six persons. '
i.mst imposing of pa.unl \nd noisy. Lodging; $1 per diy. at .

moved northward. Strangers mingled) with the natives .Mrs. accommodation J. T. Johnson for 812 six E.persons.Wrightst. I I [ Jds'G. iJ\: South Pulafox Street, I .,;

I !,:. hue led the way, and :and good-naturedly: took part in the Lodging $J per day. I 243. PENS .CJlA, FLORIDA : .

I. .\.i> as follows: harmless celebration. Confetti of the Mrs E. Ii. Hester, "_l W. Romanast den street, 1il.
accommodation for two persons. take part
Formation. sort permitted to be used by the Lodging $1 per day. I :'

i luuuuR'il police. mayor was scattered indiscriminanty I accommodation Mrs. Mary Ritchie for, 724:! four U Chase, Apply on 1 G. DfiSHn & Co. .:

t" \Iaj. H. M. Cary. and the vendors did a good( busi Lodging The: per day. at the :; I II Ii !
F. D. Abbott, !SOS' U Belmont st., i I i t M.inutncliirprs and healers In I ;;
I' Turner, C.V.. Morritt' ness immediately upon exposing their I accommodations for four persons. i i Hot Fren s; I \

i.. \\"entvvorth, E. G. ares. I Lodging 50c per day. 1'Florida (. Sash, Doors, JUinds I
Excursionists.The I Mrs. C. D. Smith, 212:! Dcl/vin St.. Solomon's h ,.
I. i-urs, liucknrr Chiploy Tarpon bringss: i
accommodation for six Board '
persons. t I _aI i Shingles, \
J I li I It'(try flyer, M. H. pasonger steamer Tarpon arrived and lodging $1.50 per day. DO I ii
last Mrs. J. M. Dooley, 23C:: W. Government 1
from various points night
\\ "d:ing lI'l'r, 1) 1ulli- .
st. 2'i blocks from postoffice. I REEKMAX i 1 Builders' Materials
with over one hundred passengers.; ,
two furnished roans, $1.50 per day 11\: large stock l I.
1'It,1! These were from points not yet each.\iada cottage, 18 East Garden: joi-te. Get Brick and Lime. x xi ,;

> troops, Ft. lUrrancas. drawn from on carnival occasions,1 street Accommodations for S; $1.50 \buyinjr. i It p pI
I Tolophono 3NTo. 11. I 'i <<
and patrons were exceedingly: happy i per day. The finest line t 'j

:Marine Corps. that they had occasion and opportunity 'I street Miss one Annie block McMillan from ,depot.309 Hayne Large [ city is I at J. I. \ t i !'

t 't'1."T 1 ,,! to come to Pensacola's! carnival. rout room furnished. Can accommodate { it tht'm.i -
three: T&GO $ \
Battleship Indiana. The steamer ran excursions on the i We h ave I JJj k

!<' Iteg.. Infantry Flor- hay during .uP day and on accountof 1003 line ,
A Cure For Lumbago. ,
'I'] the commodious accommodations t Carts with HOLES ALE GROCERS
\\'. e. William, of Archer=t, V.i.. l.'j
tffered! by the steamer she was crowdon provcuients.
l.iu'.it; Artillery, Florida than
air: *: "For more a ye-ir I -offend -

every trip. from Intnb.isro. I finally tri. d tht in; they laG East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA. I : U

All Trains Late. Ch Imhprllin'" Pain Balm and itgave 'Marston:I. ft !. ;

!'tu'iuess. King I'riscus, All! passenger trains for the past other tile remedies entire had relief failed, which to do.nil" :,0 CItt:1V I T STUDIO.; OYSTERS AT NIG APOSTLE'S

twenty four hours have arrived from ..- I' I
"I I Knights. Sold! by all drug! ista and medicine ... ; a ttu lio in room 9'1 j Fine: oy-ter* today. Try ft-em.ITot '1 1 ')r'
i ."nl Mayor, and privy one to four hours behind time. The dealer. i. to.: ',r11ft.;! t'r' \' I where: I Till give 1Ie AI'OPTLtt.: i '
I I ::f..J4t.
.1es. train that should have arrived at ;3 I ..r.3..C.t'li rt. $ytun of
tracted by the Trench Waffl with
o'riM this morning came in three If want offlcfl': ; and draw'1
Are Presented. you your ju'I Transit ('0. : Pa-tel Florida Cano Syrup at 'r ,
hours and twenty minutes late, bringing l'n :
moved northward tot furnished to Marston 9'1. -- aglzi:1e! Illu trat. Solomon's. I '; ?,

,, in front of the ('us'i from the inland countryhundreds'1\ Qiiina's. They have an elegant I ;'--fii'- nor (:
of pleasure seekers. The 4 p. m. I v' ish f a : large ca="p, in every
I'.irctly i in front of the line of roll top desks tfdfxifHat \ DR. F. E. BRUCE
train yesterday came in shortly before ';! ed by the crew of and in many of the
Hiding) a stand had and oJlce chairs T.
i of the Houth, PO can
--- I W. 8. Keyser : I
C o'clock and brought seven Ha returned and resumed practice. if
:i.J! on this stood Mayor .I Hot Chocolate with I l'on !I' lip.nce of twenty- I
'", city clerk. The King's crowded coaches. Passengers were Whipped Cream at Solo the i-tudio will be Office Sfiijj West Government Ht.,

'Irawn tip in front of the stacked in the cars "like sardines" mon'sThe \ A. C. BINKLEY t collection of li-bury Building.Telephone .1' j 1.

f'dl view of the Queen, a lady said but when the train stopped tllle+t hue of sterling silver I and the public shown by a single 14D. ,

',.. it was half an hour before any jortd* and silver novelties !is to be i Moved to Room U extended
balcony at the custom found at J. I. (Stephens'. Prices to inir, where he fT1P. and see it. My
thing like progress could be made on
His all.
: 'y ir turned o\er to lease ----- tofore, a are inndprate.

i'S. indicative of the the platform. We are the only furniture I II -:> A.-MILLER.

.:' A well worded speech Prominent Visitors. dealers in the city who car- NOW has a marvelous

: CPS. was made by the Among the thousands of prominent ry a complde line of china I While refreshing and

.\ is heard and applaivl- visitors today may be mentioned Case'andsideboards. We .., it helps asitnila Ji), title hotogisaph9 ; ;
I f '
doled thrcn?: lion. T. A. Home of Jackson county i sell them fur cash or on I o1 by
i I : m lIrl I I HF.i"' SER BROS. I 20 1 y S. 1'ulnfMx Street. !* j jH '
!: Teiftvr the parade arrived last night. lie is representing : i easy payments. Marston if i \\

theI'VGX Jackson county in the legislature. a
\Vri.iu street Quina.
.' and i' L. J. Burkhelmer of Gainesville arrived -I : \ Hr ) A t! j f
: turning I Hot re'nch'Wme1 with F.o.ll Y ESt I ( T 1.t HI 1 LVJ' VZ&& i V' LliUl I
.. martins point. Here:! last night! and is at the Cfcam- Fl" rirt Cane byiup ataclomon's.
I I Opposite
is dictator of the K. .
: chit was again boardedfand bia. He grand



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: A HOLDUP- A Secret DiseaseOf NURSERY NOTES. I ---

little children to
Don't encourage

all human diseases, that known al drink tea or eolee.: It is very injurious Your money backIf

(Original eontigi. blood poison, or the Bad i to he nerves.

It was In the olden time wben a Disea w,h's caused more misery and suf- I I Hoa't u=e fear as a compelling agent
L traveler between Denver and Laramie feriu, and ruined more lives than all I toward little children. Threats of the you are satisfiedDO
other cozbmed. It not only wrecks the '
must go in an old fashioned stage of bogy man and ghost stores waken YOU StPPOSE that a company with a capital of COO,000 00. rad! In M, t-n v
hoand the who
coa('h. There was one season when up'rat'ocs one :1 cL.U cowardly.j proud rernuuon of X years of continuous success wouM: mike such ao cZtr &ni 6Jl lK
contracts it, but o.ten the innocent are out to the letter!
the coach was robbed as often as oncea made to share the humiliation and disgrace j Don't forget to dry he hands and DO YOU SUPPOSE 'We would jeopardize our standing with the public ltd our ct.atQ
Of still greater success by ailing to fulfil any promise we make !
week. Passengers knew that there of this most loathsome and hateful feet of thi> child welL Dampness between DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an offer l11i'e did not hire tae utmOst

was one chance In seven of being; held form of blood poSon.: Children inheritit 1: the toes may cause soreness or deuce in the satisf 16 quality of our goods J MlJ-
\ from parents and thousands of the which be troublesometo WE KNOW we can please you and save you money for HAYXER WHISKEY
up on the road and traveled with little i j even a com. may direct from our distillery to you.with&llits original richness and Eavor carrying a'' --
pnre! $ or no money OT their persons. Nevertheless : ;get PURITY and AGE ana
F9wR tar taed aud ruined simply throughbmdir. the feeding! bottle you the big profits of the dealers. That's why it's best for medicnal PUrr>ost'L That*F>
of to keep
P- there was no other way the clothing of one infected neglect It's preferred for other uses. That why we are regularly suppiyici: over a w.. r Of'
./: tr.luollQrtin"aluaLI's, and sometimes with this awful properly d.'an."l'rj little seere-- million satisfled customers. flags why YOU should try it. a

; I Ir persons were obliged to take great !Ual311yordrL'lTHE INNOCENT ; tion in the bottle may cause serious

ri*ks. lUg i i trouble and perhaps result in the death Direct from our distillery to YOU
vXd asl
HERE'S A BABY It was necessary for me to :go through same SUFFER WITH ; of the child.

to La ramie: oa important business. I usn'g te same THE GUILTY. Don't use: artificial means to end a Sass Dialiri1 Profits I Pnvints Adultiration I "
toilet atijelca.
I found In the coach a young lady and child to fl'f'P."alking about with it.
Its Mother is Well. And whea the .
two miners. This p'n'rationlUllot rocking; it and jogging It are also bad
real nature of the trouble is known,many
TheLsby is healthy because during the 1. reallre the Ltgh position; of women In: prefer to stiller, ia silence or leave the !I habits. A child should be taught to goi

period (,f jC'-'tU',u its mother ufi t'a e that ur.routh country at that i>eriod. disease i to do its worst rather than make I i I d.n-ct: to its re"tj HAYNER WHISKEY

popular an-1 jure/ \egeuble liniment, As rare and beautiful birds are protected known their condition. I j Don't take an infant into great

) by parue laws, so were the few Through our Medical Department we cro'uls or public noisy meetings; or

Mother's FriendMother's women away! .; safe in the chivalrous offer, advice and help. Write us freely I Ilt'.iUit'IIl'ntS. To expose a child to set!- PURE SEVEN.YEAR.OLD RYE

sentiment of the many men.Of about your case, as nothing jon say will j den nolses and starts in LO way iw.I -
Friend is a soothing. softeninjr, ever go beyond our office. Let us help
relaxing lis meet,a mantle DIaler, iu'ig. course we all soon got acquainted you to get' nd of this fearful disease, for proves 1::; nen cs.Don't FULL

orator:: and It puU new TOVIU the infiifrv. lo were of rough (]:- which some one else no doubt is to blame.It let everybody take baby up and EXPRESS

i:1totb:b .i.v lu is '! there ijno : The chief topic of d:SL-US>;OU was what I S. will PREPAIDWe
It app'1 cMiriulonly, beenlurkingia your system, S. S. and the fcruii-r dan;.: >rou.;. lie III,.} QUARTS
d.ig aid swallow%of nasty drugs, I newoull do in case of a lioMnp.: On I purify and build up blood, and in lifting by uuaciUMomed

!( :1Q incrJ trcathiext at all.'j minor !'.lid that be had a bundled dol eliminate every atom Co lour deadly vims hands, and be certainly will uot like it.
Th.:-talent ih :ot1.rdurnp'Jstatl: :l j jma" i lars in ilust in his hip pocket with a : from the system and make a complete : : will widyou FOUR FULL QUARTS of YNTR'S SEVEN.YEAR-
,:. is 1'n" e the disposition; ti,1 future and cure.S. OLD RYE for 13 :ax and we will lay> the eixiress charge When you receire
I Iimi >','ol\ir and wou'd! draw tLe n\ 'averti't. j-ernaaent ; Hun to ( url lli- Hair Quick>. the whiskey try it and if you don't tnJ it aJ rifht and as good as you ever
!::11. t!: .t j" o.e rea >n wl.yiavth-i S. S. is the antidote for Costapious AL
1: only -
'! Tie oilier m 1'r had :>.iii id-: : \\l'c-n '', trom tl.e drank or can buy from any body else at any price, then send it back at our
co:::.u in d.-.itp air
; "r" f:1.1: v. .: H thur! c"uIJn anda' : ].: o.l Poison and has len curing it ; expense and your tJ 20 will be returned to you: by next ma.L How could
'.'''. ,.;VI.; U-i IT, :'di: that(.f tl.e clalJin dr''r: I Iis lit!' and u n ,' ::,'.1 for firty years. It contair.s no mercury, :; you fc:id tilt ('ui'lls all out of jour hair an offer: be fairer We take all the risk and stand al the expense. if
*' ". free to *-urr 'nt'er it at the jioiut! f iI i i 11.,1! li curl it in hurry, the goods do not please you. Won't you let us send you a triil order We
\ i .r .:%i3, < nd on potash or other harm- I a'd l .\oii w> tc a snip in a plain sealed case; no marks to show what's iILside.Ordl'rs .
fr >"t j' -n, v rrv ;.::.'t nicl :icho'.y. Fe cl 1 If would ('crttiy; do s<). ll.i' \ '..iM4 '" mineral ingredi-. -:.g'iii\' j th" curling pins not long,
for .
Ariz.Cal. Col.Idaho Vont NVv NMet Ore..Utsh TCVhor .
" r ".1 I' c..i r, ';rr..; i f lu.aitBiiJj p.a.fallJ' ;'\ : l.n"\, \\'l.o w.,s ;';i*;i'g cast to 'i 1".1! 1 Il'! 1k but is a purely : in the ;:::S. Vile; and put in the h-ur.. Wro. must tw on the basis of 4 <(aart
mind. .HviiliCr's i rien J andv i J w men. had her ticket and s miin...11bills Sf:1::etable remedy that You can then attend to the re>t of jour Prepaid or iU Quarts for 816.UU by Freight I'repaid. dYk.a)

: i c.ti.... ,.. !,<>. I, ...:..ijtlov.njninb,riornis in her tie '. four b9 I without leaving: I. Write ace and do It
\ pocketbcok, re> xI tJ'U't;: and thc j I.n: !! will cl,) their work. our nearest NOW.
1 > '.i-tan !1cs, ( \ bad after effects
$ $1"1 b's::! iealisl In her Lur. I I any last andcom1)
: cm tie pins lit the
Only ieitio\e
jI til n.', '. .I by t'. ., wonder. remedy Our special Home Treatment THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
. .. .. ixttic.yl < ,...f'-N'tl with e<|ual fruku.that! I oft the hair, which will be besiUtifully -
Of--- "< !
t..tfi a'l the of this disease.
L ; op.r symptoms ATUMA. GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO. ST. PAUL, lIi"".
all 1 K.M brought with Inc w ::s in my
thcrhooil" { curlt.I.Sour .
&nJ for 0.:r Lov:; We will mail you a copy free. .
lad DisTn.t.i-RT. TBOT. 0. ESTABUSHXO ise.WICKE .
v.'st po<'ket and It it was taken 1coi'Mii't -- -- --- -
tJE: 3BAOF! La RIC'-LATCR CO.,ATLAMA.CA : hIt.!] i The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ca.

HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Sure trough. tie holdup came. The
I first n e knew of it tl,e coach came to a t'.I.,," fleiougIn'. Stomach

g Fresh paiLt stains will almost! always stop and the door was tiuus open from Give away what you don't really

ti ylpld to a brKk rubbiujj, with a the outside. Half a dozen masked men need in your house. on't let such &rPlumber

, soft doth ppM in \ stood in the road with rifles cocked things accumulate. They will soon fill ".i ner I wai Induced to try CASCAJIET8,1 .
will never be without tbem in the bouse.
i.( and tea loaves used together and ready for use while another! held pltic and cellar and overflow into other My lifer was In a ery bad abapa. and wj bead

j; t. arc OMvlIont] for rloanlii specimen their horses. The man who opened the rooms! where they do no one any 1 good. aebed Cascareu.and I bad I itooiacli feel Boa trouble Mr wife. :>j 0.Lai..since also used takIng Gas and Steam Fitter.

J.1i J gases and other vases discolored by door ordered the passengers out and You are not likely to want them again, theta with beneficial retulu for tour nomacb" ,
flowers.Onions: to stand in line to be searched. I was aud it is a nuisance to have them jua. KfiiBLUia.1:1:1: CoDgreu bi, Bi.Louis, :MaPleasant.

.) first examined and relieved of some been
'::i Q should be kept in a cool dry around. Long ago we should have No. & South Palafox Rtreet,
$:it) in my vest pocket The miners obliged to get a bigger house for our CANDY
but never pbci-d in the k'(>oox.'m .
f'nce if came next. The man with the revolver growing family If I had followed my I \\\ Kinds ci Plnnbinff and (las Fitttnn Msteriila; Kop CD HM
fhi y will keep will 1Iact'I11n paper
in his hip poi:ket had no opportunityto husband's thrifty plan of saving things, >"t .. .i It L.. a
1:1'jft :\:IIIIunII'; .
use it, for we all stood hands up.lie a writer in Good Housekeeping.At I
It Is said that the wick of a lamp
anti his friend were both plundered.The first he thought I was extravagant -
if framed out to about au inch at the mAD, MARS ROFIWW
robbers were rather pleased to but now he acknowledges that if
t 1 pnd whuh U Immersed will give a '
find more than usual and after politely other families would likewise! rid themselves SAMUEL CHARLES
: much brighter and stronger I '1
wishing; us a pleasant journey of "truck" they are not likely to I !

' !; The lir-t i.iuc; an iron utensil is ul were about to permit: Ui to go on when use again in a thousand years, housecleaning Palatable Potent Title Good. IX : 1 BOOT] AND SHOE

; I over ;::!'> r.IU1it K \ery apt to crjekuui one of them, looking; at me fcharply, ) would be robbed of half its Good .Sever sicken. Weaken.or Gripe.lOc. 2.c.;4ic. l-l MAKER/

:;fl J ss tiic tlame is I turm-d low and the : sail virtue that ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
utensil ullo.\ed to boat through slowly. terrors. Thrift ia homely BUrlltf \limfij d.pui.01.............].5..(>rk. Ill 1 REPAIRING NEATLY DONE: WHILE YOU WAIT.Whdesale .
"Young man weren't you teller ia easily degenerates Into miserliness.

;; When tup-al twists in sowing, take il.the bank when a lot of us went Some of us hoard old clothes, unused lift TO RAP Sold lItIiQCLILETQbX'Ot1lblI.Curse and:(!rimramepd br all drug.RUMW'BAw .. t1 ::. .;; jJ : ah(1 I .tail n-alerm &ttioes, Vatar.Fino'! .. '

't 1:old of the loose (end 1'11..11 the needle tLl'ou11 it one day two years ago?" furniture discarded bric-a-brac and the ( : 'IMIOM: 514. ; down t1.s( u to tie cloth( and run tie --
i -I wa.i"Veli like simply because that habit has: become --

I fin;;*'r-$ from the nrvdle to the end of I ''\ I reckon you must be in the so fixed we are too stingy; to give

?1-! the lias will quickly remove I same busiress now." such things away to worthy folks who J. E. Dunuissox c? BHOTIIER

i oil th' kinks from Uie thread.No "I'm buying horses for the govern need them let we don't mean to be ,

VJ: better way for dusting the walls ment." stingy and are ashamed to discover OtLNEl: i.%Ltlf tG. IN \ IM: IMI.MJhM: : : V TltM'l ,

n 4 (:If a roora can I.e suggested than to "What-buying; horses with this that we are so. OF Tellers in

'frt; over a brooni with a bag of heavy chicken feed?'' referring to the cash

"f canton flannel made with the fuzzy they had taken. A Health Hint. I '! -: Choice Staple and Family Groceries

. : side out A drawstring at the top allows "&?e here," 1 said. "You men are not No charm that a woman can possesscan DRINKCUKEL ,

the bag to be draw tightly about I so sharp as you think. wouldn't be atone for a tainted breath. It suggests Our Good are Received Fre-h Duly.: Tb y fire to" ininy to ennin Tste, ,

, : the broom. delajed! Oil thin trip for a ;gold\ mine.If physical disorder or a lack of inward and Warranted to b* the: Bat the! :Market Atf'>rds and c:in be

I tell! you where you can find ?400, cleanliness. Defective teeth too, RMUd on. We can Duplicate anvOrder Given u* Durinlt the

i A Deputy Molten will you let us go on?" are the cause of offenshe breath. It ) BY Holiday* and will Deliver Free to any 1'art cf the City.

J A I'lttslmrg; woman who has just ,\ lirst they said that if I didn't give: should be the object of every woman of
t paid a to New York says "The them! the Information I should never refinement that her personality holds

latest addition to the swell household po on nfl begin to search the coach. the frasrance of absolute purity. This ttiite. A'o O'lnr. Cnn hf girrrt in ylati o] p- Box 326. J. E. Dubuisson & Bro.

in the metropolis is what U known as Not lintling anything; and fearing au l, impossible without healthfulness and vnttrtea, or offee without jiatient'i Lnovltdgt PHONE 66. .

i .:a 1I'r IJaI: substitute' a sort of deputy interruption, they assented to myt cleanliness! and therefore these two White Ribbon. Kt-nn-dy will cure or destroyhfdisPH i i'mi1y G-rooorw.
for alcoholic ptirnu-
of '! appetite
I IwstiS who arts in pla the
t "rms. prime factors of health and beauty I" the patIent la B confirmed
i iistre-s! when tl.., latter doesn't feel YOU will find it In that young: lady's should be cultivated unceasingly. It is inebriate, a 'tippler," social drinker or., -

1st n !:ht. She is not a 'companion'ho \ hair," I said. said that oriental women rinse their drunkard.unpetite fur Impo..ihl-foranvonetobavPar alconille liquors after u-lm ,.

? \, has to read and entertain madam They at once took off the girl's hat mouths night and morning; with lotions While Kibbon Remedy. .A JLu A..v.eJ. YHTCSSIIR

when Phi: is tiorcd. Not a bit of it. She I removed the hairpins and found the that impart a ddicious odor to the ndurt.f by Mf'DlII..rll ur \v. C, T. U .

is a second edition of the mdy of iIi I which held aloft with glee.
I IJ. It bills they breath. Cinnamon has antiseptic as M T*. Moore.prcsH superintendent of Wo- .
.; a house Jind is mpr-osed to relieve her It is many years since I saw the well as! aromatic properties and is highly nietfg .nrHtian Temperance Union. \"..n- ( TU \'rKY WOOLFOLK !

.. r'mr"YI-r (Jf a j>ortion of the social bur- I It glance of contempt gnen me by the valued by the Japanese for purifying turn, California Kitibon Remedy writes;on"very l havo obstinate testedbut IMPORTER A MJ) JOBBER OFHARDWARE

; L1; Jen. She is. or is supposed to I- a woman I young lady but it is as plain in my the bieath. The IIItclidnfllIlue ofcinnamon drunkard-,and the cures have been many .

of PMH! bridling and limitless : inen'ory ti>day as It was then. It was is too little known. It destroys cretly.In many I eaea cheerfully the It..m..dyII recommend a
; tact :11:111:1 oCt'red as something; equally : soiaethin; to wound my amour propre. infectious niicrc.bes and when White Ribbon Remedy. Member* of
'I the lniste". don't know I It IIur Colon are ddtli"0 find an economical -
as aa
; turned me
the h'Tce. glances upon
but freely drunk in such ways as cinnamon treatment to aid us in our temperance Iron, NaiU AXP, "; ho1 1-. .vMill and
t whetUr sl.e is su;'posed to preside at : by the miners indicated that when left tea it malaria. work."
prevents KupphtjCoohiusf". and li- U' "UIIVM, Pai'it Oil
<,; formal d-iiners; but I hear she tak"1 with me they would! end my career Trial
alone Druggist or by mall, II package; Window ( la-s. Gun, PI- u t.j Fnhin Tackle
the place: of lur mi-tress :: ., benefit either of clergy or
without l.irt 1'riendhIp'i. free by writing Mrs. A. M Townsend (for
t t:31! t lumps' and uakvs 1 erself: generallyuseful. I Aate anti Timraro ana il ;i"."rarnisliiiii (U'oll .
jury. After a girl is twenty she Is apt to years secretary of a Woman's Christ-

1.. She gets paid for sharing: the The robliers delighted with the addition -. make friend of married women, women sin Temperance Union, 218 Tremont LVAOEXM FOR HIRMINUHAM '..j.LINO MILL com'-\\Y.-s

OhuI burdin. ard from the amount oft I to their find acquired through; other than those she has known in I. St, Boston, Mass. Bold In IVnsacola by Revere hunt stitched Belting, Northampton EinervVhi"l
; she does I behe\ she earns her their
thJng: iiij instrumentality jumped on early girlhood: aud who have since \ t i., L 'tin & Rind Powl Co., Jahn-on's Kilsorp' -
Palafot st
,21 B.
Hannah Bros.
salary. -rutsburg I upatih.Thr i horses and rode away in a hurry. The married. On these married friends she I -i' f-oi.! KIII and Buck Ht,)ves and Rin es, Win

two miners watched them till they often lavishes affection and admiration --- '- CKU i i 'o.'s Riw: Hide Lice Leather, Ma nry's
I K n in IIlarVrllnn.. ). Then the man I 1---------- Made iUilroad Colors.
I turned Into a wo<)I in larger; quantities than she has before
A clever woman who has reduced herIjnusekeepiu with the revolver slowly drew it from I Such friendships OPERAEOUSE 3
I given her girl friends. Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.
,: to a science tnani.1: at
it me,
ji his hip pocket pointing are, if their objects are the right I I
r4i .. fled it into an art comes out strongly -
.t .against; allowinz: the man of the family sail kind of women and a careful mother J. )I. COi, 'Ialla cr, I
I Say jer pra'ars"'One will pre\ent an intimacy with any other .. -
. call'rlno'on1t'1l -
to tlo the daily ;
moment "I"- kind of benefit to a girl showing -
il ';ould always do the family market- ONE NIGHT ONLY, TABLE.
I I "Not a second I'll teach you. you her a wider sphere of woman's influence FEB n3
i 1111:." she says. "Tl-ey are less extravagant )MONDAY
I low down dog that no man in Colorado 0
than she has yet investigated.And ;
men. man
\ I can play such a game as that on a anything which widens tie! appreciation !
;. thought; Mingy, while woman doeMi't MearN. ,).>hn O. FUlierandThoH IN KFTKCT DKCKMBKK 1. 11W1
woman. and the intellect is valu
: care. Itt call sees a handsome JoiLt I "nut"- J. Riley,

t: he orders it without retlecin.g that it 'Say your pra'arr' thundered the able. Present the Greatest MbsiCdl New Orloans and Mobile.

;i(: la too large; 'rl.ap;;, for his family I mill nervously endeavoring to keephis Babyi Ear.. Comedy Success of the Century, -- --
and that after the first day it will dra so.e.10.4.. SaL I- No.3. No.1, 4o.e.
1 of his
finger off the trigger pistol.It mothers and fewer nurses notice
7:15. 12I m 11'kS p Leave .....I'pnlacol. ._Arrlva 6:110. I-':1)1) tQlI ,
i lIt a painful existence througharl; !-I began to look as If I should tie sent when they lay a baby down I :51J. %:11 p 1:112 I aL.&VII___ Ylom.tHon ,_. 1.lIne %:M a %:11) p p TA: p
'r- otis hashes and !stew; or eKe be thrown without opportunity FLORODORA I 11:1(!) a 4:99: p 2:55 a I Leave .- Moblia ._ Leave 12:110 0'1 n 6:1JO p
out of the world an whether the soft little ear Is crumpled I ...... ;.. ,
Then again if a man orders the ..,__--- 1I'fIp TIIO It I. .N w flrl..n" i.eae II'JI p I 72$ .. ..__
; away. word in defense, but -
to speak a my under or Ij lug; close back to the head. ---
dinner he knows jiM what he is going
the joung: lady Interfered. and they rarely! take the trouble when ALI 8TAU C.-\Sa', : North.
to have, and there is no room for thoepleasant I
i "Leave him to me, she said. bru;;h- they hold a baby to see that Its ears Including

little surprises" that are one of I Ing the pistol aside with her hand. "He are in the natural position but will CORINNE.JAMKS No. !. I No. 4. S/). I No. ..
the wires delights.; KIKRN'AN 11:05 pm 12:15 p m Leave ._ Pensacola _Arrive 4'flOp m 11(1) .
I Injured me, )'ou. hoid it for the longest time with the .1
enam 8:51pm Arrive- : om"ry .Leave 11:18 am.ajam ..Kpn
:T t \f'tt-'h--- -- The man stood Irresolute. bead pressed against their bosom and CHAS.- DOX. 11:56 am Vii p mrrlveln mlnltb..m _I"ne 4:06 p m

. n Gold. I 'Gi\e me a chance to explain," 1 the ear turn , TYsON a m 8.Ma \rrln.LoulnIll8 _Leave (.15 p m 2t5a
"I: was troubled for several years j I pleaded.Why. "As the twig is bent the tree is In- FRANCES 7M am 11.6* a m Arrive ...Claelnaacl ._Lpava (.(*! p m ll:15pm: ma
.f asked the girl. WILLARD CURTI-r5: l.*,ip mrrlvp .... ..Ht. IxiQU ..._L......
with chronic indigestion and ueiv-\ did you tI.) it? clined" applies with as much force to CHAr H. BO '\' EKS, 711); a mu 415pm __ s:M p m _

Otis debility" writes F. J. Green of "1 am the cashier of the -th National the physical as to the moral growth ALFJiED CAHILL, PEN jACOLA. AND RIVER JUNCTION.
bank of Peuvcr. I have fifty Uf()c)
1 of child.
a :
, Lancaster, X.H. "No remedy helped I ANDIDOItE
, I bills sewed up In my clothing. If Ihadnt :< o. I-Vally No. I-DaUy '! Nottopwbereilmenot ibowo (No. J-Dally 'No J'l-lJaU
,ti me until I began u-ing Electric Bitter diverted the attention of the KL'; II. __ __ I '_ _
Ooein' at! ii56 Leave Peniacolk..
?, which did me more good than would have It nIL c Cough Cure gives p m 7:00 a m rrive" n.w p m 8.80e. p m
robbers they pot FAMOUS BEAUTY CHORUS 70 IMS: night 7:18" Bohemia_ 1:81"! :h8"
all the medicine I ever used. They Your $ll 0 will be returned with a relief in one minute, bfctu it kills U: ) 7:18" ,. ,- Ynl...tra __ 10:114" I 11:01 ..
I. Our Own Orchestra. It::!:! 711 M l ._Eicamblk. 10.8110n .
the microbe which tickles the mucous Special I. I 6.S7
c have also kept my wife in excellenthealth splendid interest You men will each U5" 7:2S M ._ Moist 6:45t '
for She Electric receive handsome present and whenever membrane, causing the cough : : I IJ\I":: T:2'i" .__. Harp __ It 10:11" i :40in .
' rea! says a 'PrttMd8u'! Seitelte I ..
'j ..d and at the same time clears the Dainty! U:50": T.M" ... ..GacItJ_ 10:10" I ii
Hitters are just splendid for you want ;grub staking while phlegm, draws out the inflammation ''I UM" 7B11" Milton __ 10:10" IJJ"
I 1.80 am ___ U Good Rallle _... .. toI
will it from
claim get 4J6
working: a you heals and soothes the affected
; female troubles; that they are a and Price Oc, $1.00, t1 50), 12.m.I I t:U 8:1SSO ", __ Holti .__ 8:86": I 4.IB ..
our bank. Now let us get on as fast One Minute Cough Care It a ..
part IO Miuigsn It
J for weak 4:11"
grand tonic and invigorator I Sale of Beats begins Friday Feb. .. ?
down No other medicine ns possible and save the treasure. Some strengthens; the lunz=, wards of I 2$1" 8:38" ,. __Creitview_ 8:11" '.00"
i run 20th at noon 1:00": 8M": .DeerLand 'I 8.U It 1:11"
. Can take iu place in our fami thing might induce the agents to re pneumonia and I is a harmless and i I 1:21" ':19" .. MOllY Head 8tO.. 1:1e"
Try them. Only We. Sati"fac- turn." never failin cure in all curable 4t 084.f It 8:116" ..DFnnI&kSprliigi., 8:111" 1:61"
ly. by W. A. D'Alem- consented with After eases!' of Coozh, Colds and Croup. I 4:1S": >.44 .". __ Argyle ._ to 7.44: I 1J1 0
guaranteed alacrity.
\ They I PENNYROyAL PILLS ) 8:01" ....?once at LeOIL.7:2V I. 1:11"
Cure 111 i
:Minute Cough .
One pl..aoantto
berte, 121 South PaUfox etreet. the gIrl reacted her Lome she received .lj .*..!... 6:00 It 10:10' __WeitTillaC __ ':IT" I lOss .
take harmless and good alike for evr:. L.41e..qlrn.era I ':08" 10:1:1': __ rvvMe_ 7:12" 1I4Ki: ..
n certificate of stock of the bank worth ynun and Old. HarjjU Pharmacy ,'\ .c. fct CHICUKsTEU, ENGLISH ; 6.81" 10:11' .. Bonlfay_ to 8:66 I ::nli .,

L W. PEAKE ;.non. The men later on were grul; John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. \II.,!1tO'IUD''.,Ml._10.14 T.h.loor n-Lll. "'r..R..Ld? .. I. 8:00" 10.7". .. Cblpley __ IIJT" I 1:114 ..
tIlkNlln working a claim which they ..'. 'U P."CO'".. ,..batltuiie.s aal 4aIt. 11:30"..' 1It1f. ...Co\tol1dall....... 1:18" :m nosi1JJ14
No. 30 South Falafox etreet keeps I cr.-: ..,.?'_......_ ....4 4.. 4vi' ,s t125 ...._.Marllltl.Da 9.00 It "
told for a good profit.T. ....... ... .........1.... T..t'.lah 7t1O" 11:45 __ IJIII" 1its t m10.S"
CfcU bell", wires and all kinds of FF.RinrnTry _rnrw Hot Rolls, at 5 p m. lOc \ ', r-;> ...-H.II.'r..I..,.... .......b, .... ':to.. 1I:5t.. ._.Grand CyprMI Kldge ._ 1i:1J2" 11n ,.
A .uraW.n. 1 O4' T UU >U. sai ..
Rave him do : 1M" Uflll _._ needs __ 8. It
electrical supplies. all Mint" ( blhp.tr4 l.UU : coin %
your work. Call phone : )3.r the NEWS Want Column. a doz., at Solomon's. ......:aoa t.u


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?-"" CI) ])011"1'haw Wal1.IDA'au IJ; skIrt Skirt.of soft A HAPPY A Well Planned Flight The UeWitfs only positive Witch Hazel cure Salve for blind, '

!'.r, .1] ''MTS N cheviot or the like- t ti bleeding and itching and protrnd-
"f" ', j,,"'. anal to re.stiJTeu around the; Is i ng piles, cuts, burns, bruises, eczema -
one health abounds
I'? ," .,,I..t lUaj,.. ,'n'e as a walking Original] ( and all abrasions of the skin

.?, "Ji-, p:(- !Kansas: City Journal. I I.i !. With impure blood there cannot A handsomely dressed man was walkIng I OeWitt's is the only Witch Hazel

*,.. ','' r.uut: +' amount of heavy" be good health. back and forth on the platform ofa .Salve that U made from the pure, t

I I':.1.1; .. i iriv ccuiiomical and Just ad With a disordered LIVER there railway station when he noticed a I unadulterated witch hazel-all oth-

*' of discarded! pnllta-! era are counterfeit. DeWitt's Witch
a I pi.r: cannot be good blood.Tutt's .
i ? lady, also handsomely dressed, awaiting -
Hazel I Halve i made
the! t-eams aud to carecoanterleits -
,,- mviully I'.v II tIf
and horns. Then I the train with great anxiety. "I I II; are made to sell. Hargls
.,. : ;p., -Lf'11" be said. "You be I John \
:. anti face, the beg pardon, seem to Pharmacy, Sheppard, Sidney( -0
"'., f iir: pities
watching for Bomething.; Can I do I Sann.
.k: Pills anything to hurry matters?" i

"r |I.." }, and add more rows oft "Oh no. My baggage hasn't come, WEEKLY HCUKDULl ALMS\\ ON HANDSeaHALF : I,
but it will be forwardedTheres the
'.-C ilictatc's.
: : train no-s-" THE FOB STEAM DIVISION
6 revivify the torpid LIVER and restoreits .
mi or BEAITB
natural action. "May: I hand you aboard the car?" I PKNSACOIiA ELECTRIC TE11M15
null Ranana aaa
II,,., i" "
in.uiit-N pit'l and cut In "Thank you. KODOL what eat. RAILWAY COMPANY.
A healthy LIVER means pureblood They entered a parlor car the gentleman digests you Trat&i leave Feaikoola for the LUSt -TO- I
aid in
>:uiiim4 put
;jrrtvn ran
Big Bayou Warrlncton.liaQ
the seats and taking
;.ircukfa-t cup of milk or I KODOL cleanses, purifies, I lad Yon Barrancae at6:30e.marriYeItFortBarranou
.'r. Lot the bananas tiinlixturt Pure blood means health. care that they should be together. strengthens and sweet- 1lla ONE MILLIONGet
: ? fur twenty-five Health means They were going to l'.o ton and lived I ens the stomach. I 10:00 a.m.arrive at Fort Barrancai:' &e1:0op.m.arriveatFortBarraaoae

In adjoining towns near the city. The l6pn
them up| tit hen tender no Substitute. All Druggists. KODOL cure Indigestion, dys- ISO p. m.arrive at Fort Barrancas .:11 p a6i5pmarriveatFortBarranoss
gentleman so won the lady's confidence<< Toopa
iul of (:cream over pepsia, and all stomach
: y 3:00 p.m.arrive at Fort harranoai gifi p.n
that she confessed that her story about
and bowel troubles. Trains leave Fort Barranca tor henia
11 her baggage was a fabrication She 'mole at'lllam. Our Prices 'Before

l., M.iLe Beer Tea. IIu. to Tighten Cane !oral.. was heiress to a great estate, and relatives KODOL the accelerates! action of arrive at Peasacola.._,.. 8:00., t .
Hn gastric glands and I(.1:00 p.m. arrive Pen6aool _H:44 p.n
slice off the top side oft To tiirliten! tl.f ease seats of chairs In order to secure it for themselves .
,\ gives tone to the digestive organs. 8:00 p.m. arrive at Pensaoola 1:61 p.
were endeavoring to confine her 6:00 m arrive at Feoaaoola ___ i: 6pn Purchasing. =
,. > .' a up l liuely on a hoard lure: the elnir; upside down and wash p t
KODOL relieves an overworked Tao >. m.arrive at Pen.. ola. Tt5 p.
insane She | -
In asylum. was flying
.. -. ad: ) fat. Tut it into a the cane w-l! with soap and water. au stomach of all nervous '8:66p. m.arrive at Peneaoola.Ieo: D, a

r" ., .. .1 its own weight: of wadii Lenvr- in the open air to dry. and if to escape the horrible doom. strain, gives to the heart a full free .8aturaaya only -- I

? i ; .> ,' the jar and tie paper the aces" ar. rut broken the seat will "Will they not telegraph to the police and untrammeled action, nourishesthe FABI FOR WKKK DATS.Peniaoola .

.i'. ;. __ Mi. let it soak for an 0. I" glad :.s 1\ to arrest you on your entrance to nervous system and feeds the to Fort Barraacaiand retort AhPenICola
'" to Nary Yard and return.., tifeniaoola Capacity 50,000 Daily
,. [i' .. nil the hob for three the oily he asked.! brain. to Palmetto Bunch and reacts III05DAf ,

:..r half an hour In the I Hint to '1"\.... Mcnil.ii' "1 didn't think of that" Her anxiety KODOL Is the wonderful remedy ICHIDPDl. ,

j iu a saucepan of lioiln ,i < pii.t of j "'a-i. ute pint of liniey. was turned to terror. that Is making so many When s9rthar parmlti tbe rooulci Iop"n
sis of and suit "H'm:" paid the :gentleman, who sick well and weak coftcnus.
1'01.1 "I..im11,1 heat iiiirts water apices<< to people people Leave Plln.. ol.. Lv Fort Barraa.
"I Iwcf tea shiHiM tievlijit taste. )1.11IH you would homemade seemed to know more of the ways of I strong! by giving to their bodies all of 8 a. m. 10 a,m. ftic i11an Brick Go. t

:: not to jelly. hty'r amt bottle.: the world than the girl. "I must think : the nourishment that is contained in 11 a. m.. IS Sp.m.m.Ipm. ,
i t which elude the food they eat.
of some "ll'lhotlllY! you can I
lp. p.m.
them. lie sat for awhile plunged In 'I. Tour Dealer Caa Supply T... 1 p. ra p.m. Pine Barren, Fla.

then added "My country 'pm pm.
deep : --
PELT J. C. VAN PELT. Bottlesony.! SI.00 Size holding 2'{ times 6p. m 'p.m. -
J A V i place I is situated: at the next sta the trial si::,which sells for 50c. a p, m. I p, m. ::0 ,...

tion. I keep it shut up in winter incare PREPARED ONLY BY PASS FOR. enxDAY! HAIR saISAfd
VAN PELT BROTHERS I fennocla art Rjirrmcai Navy ..,.. ..,
of a man and his wife. We are E. C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAGO lard and return _____ rM "- CI.I'niuiui'l >a nj luitii tm>ant tua'the 001'1..haIr. ,
about the same height; and could wear i Peniaool %o lrubtto beach ana -::. Never Fiula r.lnra_. _____ Iii f'! 1 .; IIi,.. to. it. You iful Co -r.ClUTt .
GARDEN STREET GROCERS each other's clothes. What do you say i .u' .r. pil f&>d&. .* !'. "l. |
No freight elT d after 1:18 p. m. '. "lr.I,. 'O! ''''-:,'
to getting off there, exchanging; garments

Have R. ceived [since the Fresh' Line of and I _. ._
Holidays a going on. as Algernon i John KheppardHarms'i Pharmacy --" -- -- --" -- ---

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, Starkweather never\ you as"- :Sidney K1tIHI. The Star Laundry,

Fruits Nuts and all the Dclicacacics of the Season. "It's your only chance." HOW TO ANSWER ADS.
Starkweather convinced
Mr. finally --- Biggest Busiest Best I
0:1: (odds are Arriving Daily and you can Always; Rely on Getting the Atterbury that donning; men's at- The 1'roper'ay of Making Appllratiou ,

tire for a few hours was much less to Fur "'orlo..
Best Freshest and
Cheapest. be dreaded than being shut up in a lunatic t'se full size commercial letter paperof

ylum. When they reached the ;gool
VAN PELT BROTHERS next station both left the train. Mr. size.! Write on one side of They Speak !

Starkweather called a carriage, and the piper only. Make the letter as

TELEPHONE NO. 231. atC ..* ?* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. they drove to the grounds of a palatial brief as consistent with the information -

residence surrounds by many acres : to be Imparted. If the advertiser

-- -- and address, he for f Themselves !
laid out In u marvel of landscape gar I'oncenls! his name as .

dening."Itcmaiu. generally does in advertisements, no !

here for a few minute" salutation, us "Hoar Sir" or "Gentlemen
Classifi d Advertisements. let the Shirts, Collars
aid Mr. tark't.llthr.'fLlle 1 pre ," is to be used. This requires that
and CulTs we Launder speak for
pare the way." tl.e letter of application shall be left
themselves. will talk lender
'-'- Coil: ::g round to the rear of the house, at the ollice! of the newspaper in which They

he soon appeared at the front door tlio advertisement appeared and it Is i iI .LaLwecan.: We want to be judged

ONE CENT A WORD. nl>!;... Miss Atterbury alighted and I not to lie stamped.As more oy the work we do than by

entereil. In an hour the: twain reappeared letters of application are ordinarily what we say

------ I in \'It''t'rsa cotume. the lady much alike, the writer should try i

1..1., W A\TED-Imnrl'pupil., in "Hlack wearing a beard the g.'ntlemaunano! to ;!ihis letter some individuality,

-- with !' and White." By this wptem tiny ly shaved. Ko-eutering; the carriage thus attracting\ special attention, says ALL WORK C. O. D. Goods UM for 8li Mml FfC3, '
: Viniasjrc-tte
"tie cin learn to diaw: anythiiithiy ,! they drove to the station: digri's in? by the ('l.i..I'o'I'w". originality Is al- I
Irate ai News (.1- wnl, any s-izs. Even childreitfii the way In older tint to arrive lsforetLe \ I TELEPHonE 114. 27 GARDEN ST-

tf. I IMONEY' ;, years old; em; learn. Evt'fI'llalii \. next train.1; 'hen it came: Mr.St.irkweather some-hat
i end'rfit.. Come in ,and : WALKER INGRAHAM Man?
ger.a .
entraifd a ('or.Jl'artnll'lItwltit'h I plyini! to your advertisement! "In reply ,
ere for jours-i-lf ()ti-i A. Miller
i the to entered. to advertisement\ ,** "Keferring -- !!. ,
jour -
TO LOAN\ htudiiu ::;..Ii-burv. liuildinsr.Uflm. -------- -OL .P..D.rl
"Can I ever thank you for your kind to your advertisement.! "In reference

I MOSS?" sid :Miss Atterbury."Iiim't trt your advertisement" "Ans eiing I : .;' .-_ ...._--_ ...._...._.--....,.-;........-_ _-....er__ _-....-. -f. "__.. ,
i, liable teu.s ..Hidt ff"' u'u ." avcAvRoberts ,
\ EXCHANGE-Any one wantint; a mention it. your advertisement "Noticing l: jour ; LI S
i-iiiiiiiier: lnnne in the innuntauiitan / Tut it has jut occurred to me thatit I advort'.seWMtt; "Seeing jour ndver-
1 lit JI.. LTi-f>i.iir3. I IJ excising, property in Florida is unntws cry to disiuNf 'lIllr"l'If." tisenient," HO that the letter that begins (: & Dailey, 'i
or nuth U8orii.t: for fqual value "I 1 ? My disguise I is necessary fur this
1. \\ II.- ; "]n the hope of getting: the position
\L1IJ.I.H'1 in Ah l .-\ ills N. C. Will trade up :. ,.:.,
will hate to
I rl'I""n011' surely pass advertised I ask the privilege: of *; )EALIoH8 IS -
tullOOiOorle-s Otis A. :Miller
.lt11 'I > !." vN-W. Jl. ) Salbbuiv: Hhlok, IVu.-ucula. I the eye of the police at the li .;ton dc- tiling an application with you" is different '

1\ i .\t lit. :\1011"leri-\\ HUm : put. I shall lie In your ('oiupany. It and by this fact alone attracts 1 j CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY :

i It. ti4; ot ititrtt I would never do for rm to be known in attention among hundreds of letters ; .

S OtllL-a ll'2 and FOH'tJALE.. I this transaction. When I get you
i -ty I that\ are so mudi alike. It Individualizes : 'i
!i. lltttt.i" - the diip.>t, I shall stand by New Florid Syrup Fish Roe Etc. ..' '
i i i t i j FOR SALE- The most de=irable through you the :letter and thereby gives the .

lots 1:1 tale city on easy term, by till I get you out of the city." writer the lendingbunco for the posi- (|) FRESH tii. :
Y.Ut. 1 :.r.Nli' : uii uii'irtiveui'i i the Fi-!her npal Estate" Agency. "How \\ill you do that? asked the tion.

Urae ,irmall: 204'g! South:; PaUfox. Ifealtnmnt. heiress pagerly. tots inclo. a stamp, as it Is a way RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS ti
i I. \v i.I'.H of itri-re-i. -- --' "\\"(' shall 1'.-.\" of ursing; : attention and reply Let the : :| .

l t; lin.k>, attorney ________I-ur___u_._. ,_u._______ The train tl't'IIII' in the depot ain' letter be short, stating only that you W. OF ALL KINDS. 1.
If ilafox t., l-'lslit-I:otllllli I' FUR IU;='T-Iu opera----houe-----build---- :Mr. Starkweather pave: Miss Atterlmry I I desire to get the [position, and state a ii'j FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. :%i i : 1 I' ,.I IROBERTS

-.-. ii z iu ground ll.or. one store and his suit casj: to carry. Then, leaning: few important qualifications' }'Oll may '

NU1: ) .1 Y- li.i you he' 01 I Ii itii.-euusPcoudhoer( three -Hipe<. in her arm. they alidid-d and<<1 were po!,,,!'ss in order to show your ability ; & DAILY I tIEU : ;! I'

-. borrow any | feh: ICOMMERCIAI4 walking thrwah Uie depotheu they to till the. position !satisfactorily. ) 1''f'E T _

i "II I tad.,.- ue rJMtiil i i were stopped by two men. wording of the closing paragraph' of 218-220(
II U J. 1'L .
'.l rueuiy where "KatsJ": : aid one<< to the otl'! ._ the It'iter'an be more appropriate than ,
- - '-
>rovej ( rialV i Ic nothirg like tint. This I.'I': '
it| 4-u\i description<< :
hoar from I etc.TSiis
1I0IE11, 110 intendcueta. "Hoping you am . _ ,,_ _ .
\ I. Kl-ber, iti4'z tv Kverythin: new; all baby faced fellow t1'/I''II't' tally at all. I closing leaves the mutter entirely ..-. -- ....-- -- .I.vrL. ..!...-, -.. !...-.....-- -.....
I lutliu'i
modern convenienceModerate "Kiuht you are. but there's something with tin one who controls the situation .-

n' 1 w ,. ill' r I ,' .rrllw- jour IlHU"Y property hoarders uken, 2ijliii j "011, I\ I." asked the lady on his ( !;subordination which I is a valuable HALL & KLEIN
ft title, buy "t I I arm. "what are they talking; aboutf'Miss characteristic In an employe.Sign 'J'\;\.
FlUrt'.LAKS 4 \ board cm be her Inexperience -
rnt >l. Atterbury and in full I
prup.-ity I your name plainly .
IIot..1.llU .
hud at the New '
in playing such a role, ('aI'ri..1 500.502 S. PALAFOX STREET. ;
have reuCr.
col-1 luteudmciii uet. P pularIalrstotranietta. nnil put your address under the signature : -

i ;*\.if.tlided to, ijln.! herself HO remarkably well 'hal so that the name: and address maybe "
I'llltC.. \\'HtMHIIH the and permitted bet
men apologized
to,: ',her for convenient reference. I II
and lii,.uraiu-t ISuardJut 1I.Itro. to pass on. Entering; a carriage, stark ; Staple and Family Groceries I'

',,t, l't,. CI.H. I"" weather directed the coachman to ;
HOARDING HOUAK; at Wheeler lion Iu llcmo\e Corns. I
I v.ry"ue W lio buy: I the klll1'n he I
drive to pier on
'll lent UK ".-,' SprintsM.try' K-tlier, Fiji.. Nr". a I A jrlyit'rtn! poultice! will soften and
w. u
arrived there, he scribbled something: Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tins. ,tw
: All the :
n.t.iiiiu! h' I Condon, iroprieire- loosen the corn so much that it will j .
on a bit of paper and hired a Imatmaii .
I cmnforts uf home at't'rv reasonadie : :
Nt-rthTu tourists will to take it out to yacht in the harbor easily come out. To IIppllllratt' a and Frnduce. t
rate? this Poultry Eggs Country : : : .
i of lint with glycerin, lay on I f
: .1)I iM I
Hi .t) > tit d t ui- ;&lIldl'.ill'lal'e to i'pl'lld a When the nie!< ;eiicr returned, ht:
i the corn, tie a piece of oiled silk over,
t.I11N1--Msnufnc-I;[ ;: !;: portion of rim-e'isoir. 12 lm brought: t1:" yacht's dingey<< with him :
!L ] rowed sailor. St'irkxveathor whis i band.iuo} to keep. in place and. if you Telephone No. 358. f' !,
by a
1 111 Hull (loud't j; Hb.'IO\\ .. I apply at night; keep on till morning.If j .Iii
i !.'!11'<;, H.tir On I j ji -- ._.. .. re-.......... I pereduiDethln;: In his ear. Then the yo'i are troubled with corns, pet j \<
.\finiiifn ,.Ir"r', 1J. 1, DIAMOND: tlm tailor, ha; reiiiovtd fugitives ;got Into the dingey; and were shoes I II "' '' -
i shoemaker) to stretch new '
"'- to ll's Vest (Jovtriimetitirtet pulled to the yacht."What jour for before wearins. ROYAL STANDARD\ n'IIISKEY :

1.' ..1' I *- oytote KxpierS cilice, does all tueauT' asked! I you I .

w ere he i pri'partd to clean! repair Miss Atterbury. a \\ 1't I(1 ilKN" fr iii and pre-i l.idies' and srmtlet shall we as soon as we gl taloOartl. i-iamer "a.c. II ; 8 Years Old, In Czsss tf( 4 Full Qiarls, i\\ S3.20 per cast '. "\ H

.. it IOL.l'- tn [ptt-. unPlt-'r.- m idf s"t*. lfijlmt : : ." I The Fafe:: =t way to clean a plaster 1'I '.,
-- -- ---
I I.- 111 11.l itlVtlll- I I Gnat Ic to rover It with fuller's emu I .'.
> -. 11.UK-Oil.. (In reaching the yacht their apparel l {
'i'piy to I ...... -< l artint', dry whiting; wrap It In p. rruns WHISKEY u ditill..rt at the Nelson Co. I!
cVrri-s. {u-t. - i was exchange. When Miss Alter days.I' JL Ky., Ii-tilltry, and H fully matured in wood
I ANYONE; w.tutIt<;: lured, well*, cloth: anti leave It for S3vcrnl: i; ,l
and went
i Iliptdla.. bury !left her stateroom orrt'fk. before bottling, it i is absolutely and not
let ce past (of anything the Inrush tie powder away can-fully, nntlr pure u'i'a:
fit A III the yacht was skimming aloe! celled in quality by any W hi*key of the same age f.
cuy or dry goods<< line will rn-I -ttlt It rill In) removed much If not
head of steam
full where
the I'lIrfal't"I'II'r a no matter producpd. The lioyal Standard
wi..Ih"f to "
ie purchaMi: ee
k > .tprrototchar-I j )[. Merritt.OlivH, FU. jITlm I "Why. Mr. Starkweather." she e\: I nil of u; :!inn. -- i ei 'ht years old when bottled! and, considering ."f

I > pututiou in each :\ claimed, "what a head you have for I .\ \Veak Siomaolic'iup I it* excellent quality, i is the cheapest whiskey in :
iif I l'IIUUIh'qlflll) : 110-\\' '1O MAKE; MOXKYe::: I planninc! Hut how did your yacht the market at that price. As a beverage, and as '

old offi> a weak body and invite dial an absolutely puretimulant, there U none better ad\eitl-e e-- ri.u au iiive-tnimt gU1fIlIl.I' happen to be ready at this time 01: .
ilrhy Lu-mess hou-e teed bv two Trust ? I supposed such craft didn l! ea*p. Kodol: Dyspepsia Cure I'lrr-o= .hipp -d In cases containing no marks wbatever to l'

--. .stjtiduii, paltry may nnki yea rich. This i is i.o year June." and strengthens the stomach, and udicate contents.! If purchaser, upon examining i 1
May or I
1' wall lxp.ucrc addi- 'iheuie or take lend (200 far come out 1 he whiskey, is not eati'fied with the quality be I ; r'
.::1! da\tble i in curb Investment Certificate. It you are", "I'll tell jou." paid the gentleman iiwhisper wards! off and overcome* dij.-ap. J an return the game at our expense and money : ,

a dropping from a well bred J R. Taylor a prominent merchant' of fill be refunded. -
11. liiesd; iy front h 'ad not sati-fi upon InvetigstionwPwill I I i :
'c std Ciirna 'e fur give you your money back. tone to that of a low bred Englishman"This : ; I iChriesir anTex.eayi": "I could not All orders should be accompanied by either t i

"I n ce"illrHpTt'r- \\VItiier & Dunn I Fijcal i Agents, COHro is Starkweather's yacht and I'nhis : eat: bt>cau-e of a weak 'tomafh. I 't t1m.TYLAasoLo currency, postoffice money order, bank draft or ex- tIoJc'1

to i-elf-addresat.d e9tL idwjy, New Ycrk. major domo. I've got no end o ljI I1fct all strength and run dawn in a press money order. We refer to First National 1 t

., fan Co., C..xtun his money in that suit case ,you lug; ( I jweizht, All that money could do Bank or any merchant in Pensacola.5L _,

C \ Yrblw H.ALFMAN. umbrtll.i maker, 315 I through the depot I owe you one fo I was done, but all hop" of recovery }-
youth I'al-ifox treet. Re cover- vanished., Henrinsr of sumo winder. "
\ ': in.' and repairing of umbrellas and that and I'll pay it. But come nowYou're I ful cures effected by ue of Kodol. I S. A. FRIEDMAN ; t.
M-n ti" learn bit b.t' from lunatic a :ylum. ,
d Ss not flying: a
Silk :
1' ri-< a peeL lty. cover concluded to try it. The first bottle !,
-. pl l< tni- po-ifiotis alwtvaI hand 3UvRNIVAL You're playing: a game yourself.: f r '
n I
r '..IIIltI"r"': jan h"n..fittrd, and af>rt : The lady chuckled. I1 )ttl"= I am fnllv rptf>red to my 1
'I !y our methods of ( o'nl ut. co-tU.II"-", It II
dour""I'm and lf'1hh
"Own !;3n1l"S1' lIou.1 stran"thweirhth !
i : I' O. FtGX "IH '
-- - n..l'IHJ1'0:
: I.
xt..r Miss Attcrbtiry's lady'1 maid i H'trzU Phurmacy, Jobn ;bl'pp..rd. RISK j yi
i .ti' in 'i e 1 Ireeii lUME-4-Iu vel- "
and Eve part of her jewels in tnJ; :Sidney Kahn. --- "
;got -
: .mw..ruwn.
:; l.:: Carou- V.t. ;ilk, :-:11111 i and other matetiiK iUrArI
: ;. Lau i he ntPd :Mrs. E D. pockets. The rest I'm wl'aring."t'li. ." w. a.A ef IR.DM1. ;
w (\rll'III mi n> at ; I handle elics of 11
every Llq' ors Bold, In
1 Xnrd-troin' Millinery: Store. AloMis "\\ now. we are a 'appy pair c CA.STOn.rA.BeL' : :: bulk ,r bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that ;

-= !.*. Ftl N q XOPJ": \''I.: and birds aren't we?" \e IM K:r.j T-I Hal4 &IAavS: B.r4q&Ww ::: are tray down. !f
., n ui wpty beet Hai: East Intent I'.CSSIR TCRXLF.C COYXK. L :
:-, A. frieiiuun.: IJ\Hf I dMLcia f-trtet, near Palafux. < ; !I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
I I Only lOc week for the SEWS J wtlledvL n b


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i: Solid South. American was patriotically flags. The decorated table, perfectin with CARNIVAL ettBARGAINS

its elegant appointments was covered

with the national colors, lace

j pieces used over them with red,

Ii! In the tokd South wboro reaide the best white and blue ribbons artistically

.. fcoubo-kecrwt on earth the side of "GOOD arranged. A handsome centerpieceof 45 and OF
red carnations was supported by
J U'CK" eii-etJa that of all other Baling I'ow-
hatchets and over the table in graceful -
1 len e
,ode titter bread than other brands. The color scheme of carried red white out and the \ For Carnival Bookers and all others wio are wise
blue was perfectly

fire course dinner in every possibleway the enough to take ADVANTAGE of our MONSTER

Rictmoad.irgiola.: carrying out the scheme little

flags adorning the different courses.At .

..N.NN +OION100A1 + 1I each gentleman's place was a little -

hatchet tied with red white and .ODD AND END SALE.

i \ blue ribbons and at each ladies wasa .
little George Washington hat filled

with boa bons. The party at this patriotic la. remember what we say-NO WINTER WEIGHT SHOES WILL
N.N/ and Mrs. Mul
dinner were )lr.

Mrs. Ringold of Cincinnati. Ohio is don Miss Nicholson, Miss Mary Nicholson WE CARRY OVER.

the charming guest of Dr. and Mrs Miss Seldon Miss Lewis. Miss

Blocker, at their lovely home on West Evelyn Lewis, Miss Mollie Brent,
Gadsden street.Mr. Miss Celestine Brent Mr. Lewis, Mr. And Here Are the Prices That Will Execute the Command.LADIES' .
John Gatlm. !tr.. Knowles Hyer, Mr.
a -
f and Mrs. P. K. Yon e have for Dx Mr. Kessler, Mr. R. M. Cary, Mr. SHOES. Misses' Shoes. I CHILDREN'S SHOES

their guests, heir daughter, Mrs. l' '!- .\. A. Brooks IVr
ter Amos Buck and sou of St. I/uis. .\ll Patent Vici Lace, Welt $2 50 Patent Vici Lace, Welt fl Lt) Vici!, Lace Burt' u.

l ) : ole.. .... .. .... .. .... ...$273 rote: 11>ito2... ... ..... ..*2CG t.) 11.. ..... . $1 ,
and niece. Jlrs. George H. Stnibcl.: of lr. and Mrs II. II. Thornton entertained I
Is Vici, Lice, Turn 175 Vici Kid. Button or Lace: 1 25 Vici. Lace or Ua-oii.
. Toledo Iowa. a party on the bay Saturday.A f' i ole .. .... .. .... ... ..... ... 278 Il's to 2.. .... .. .. ... .. .. 1 :;:9 toll.. .. .. .. .. .. .'.
call on the Indiana was made. 1 W11: Kid. Button or Lace, ,.,
of j I Vice Haad-sewfd. Turn ,1 00 Vi.'i. Lice or I- mi '
; Mrs. H I... Simpson is .ntt'rtaini:1g rid 1 ;.) Lace or Button..... 2 39 IPto2. .... .... .. .. .. .. .. lib tl/ 11. ... .. .. . . .

her sister Mrs. I"\e1yn M-iVACll.,,$ Uiohop Weed preached Sunday I ; L ic", Dull Kid Tops 1 25: \1'1.\ 2.Button..... ....lOr.. .Lice. .... ..ll'jt. .... b.l t } I I 1m Patrnt Leuh-r I. u..
I B'l '!! }..p'd Tallahassee, ant as to 1 t sole.. .... ..... .... 2 41 I to II 1. .... ".
} morning at S!. Kaihenne's church 1 00 Viei. Button ur Lice, !Pe l. .ut..o.a.t.
FsL '
:! Kid, Lice, Extension' .... .... .. r I It.Clf. <>
Miss So'doa! of Baltimore ; to 2 .. .... ... 61c
1 and again at night;: at Christ church '. le 1 71 .Via: Vici. L' ce, C j to H. .
11 where he confirmed a class of five. ;(' iiI'; :Iacedor Button 1 b9 Men's Shoos. 752; 1'atuiit Leather L nto
Mrs W. 11 Cliipley is entertaining Viet Button Common I S.
the class ,
I The hisLoll'Sharge to was
? the Misses Sctze of Mirnotta. (Ja., 1 ; "'urn Ki;li>... .. .... 1 89 $.") 00 Patent Kid All.over Rlu- I 50s Hi d !s,'l",, Lice .: Ii
!( I i"IV) something for some one every ; Button, \\'eltS4IIe. .. 2 07 cher ...... ..<. .. ... .. ....|:3 8Ii i tHII.2.t..6.. .; .; . ,'i\.,
who has friends in this
Mt many city. [ day." The text for his sermon at Tip V1CA, Cuban :5 00 Patent Vici, Lace, Exteu- .' !.Jl' Soft >rtle*. IS Stvi' -.

night was, "I go my way, to him that Military and French Heel 64 fion Sole: ... .. .... ..... .. 3 jU : flue (5.ft :.Sole, All Color _
Mrs. Heec\er! Forbes entertained sent me." The bishop spoke of the Extension Sole, Heel 5 00 Patent "{ '
most graciously Saturday afternoonand : Spring Heel...... .. .. 1 2'j f\kill Top.. .r.M.: .. ..: 3 7.1 I B oys Youth and Little Gents
. in which the
way Ir. : Lace, Patent or Leather 3 50 PatentViciLace Button 2 ill !
e\en'.ns. The house was tastefully average men and women go their u" Tip ...... .... ...... ...... .. 1 21 3 50 r- hoes, all binds and styles 2 i61! Shoes.
decorated with bamboo, handsome way forgetting that they were sent '. ;: Extension Sole... 12'J 3 00 Patent Enamel: Exten-iou 2 411
ferns and cut flowers. The scorecards into this world for the object of serving t or Button Heel and 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid 2 00 Vici Kid, Lace. 2', to C9
, for the afternoon were lively ; Spring: Heel... .. .... .. .. 118 Lined... ...... .. .... .. .. .. 2 41 1 ';Vici Kid Lace: 21. to n : ;9
n : God. : :; of Button Patent Tip SOViciKid.PlainorCapToes! 12itatinCslfLsee. Plain .;,
", hand painted hearts with gilded ar- ;I lIe spoke of the careless pleasure.seeking tin Extension Sole ..... ... .. 89c 2 OJ.ace.Paterlt Leather.... 1 bl CapT" M.2Mn. 5.:. .t( ,
J i rows. The hightes store was made lives, whose way was that of (', Common Sense ..... t>9c 200 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 1 ii\'iciKid.l.ace.IHu2.; i U
tjj by Miss Julia Whiting winning the self-interest and pleasure-seeking. He : Common Sense.. ... Sic Toes, Lace or Conpre.. 149 I 50 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2 i I IS
l' first prize an exquisite round table I ] 100 Heavy Satin Satin Calf! 125! Flax CalC, Lace, IJ to 2. Sic
also drew attention to the assem- lea House Slippers. Shoes... .... .. .. .. .. .... ... 1 22 1 5') Vici Kid. Lace, 9 to H i IS
, cover handsomely embroidered. The blages and social gatherings where Rod and Black New Orleans Hand Made Cable 1 25: Vici Kid Luc, 9 to it.: 19a
second was won by Miss! Fannie Aik- Screw ... .. ... ... .
jJ generally the faults and charactersof In Fur Tops ,.... .... .. 1 49 Shoe USe
n en, a beautiful cut glass bon hon dih'l others were discussed to their detriment th Jl hetpR. Fur! Tops.. 1 19 l.o.rebanh tag this shoe.are not burred froji buy HAS P.EEXS, WOULD IXVfiN .

Mrs.V. C. Massey of Atlanta won the I ; neglecting to bring to light Black Felt Juliet, Fur
! consolation a silver Iatc. The Tops .... .. ... .... .. .. .. 87c Men's Slippers. 1'01'"r) FAKK Ml ESSHUT
i> booby the good, that is in \"erybody. He
Black Felt Slippers, lined 4'J UI.lWAY () THE
r a lovely lace turn over collar: on blue spoke of moral -the 8 .. .. .. .. ....
t courage courage I r eHIippr* 21c $1 25; Vici Kid, Bitch Opera.. .. 993; OUIGLVArOKSOFIHEur.FATAND
J4 saWn ribbon was awarded to Mrs. to dare to do right; in the face of cnt- Shoes Leather Tip 100 Vici Kid: Black, Tan or ONLY
1i, John e.'r. ici5m. That people would take for i I tN ped Lined Lace... .... .. 1 19 Wine Color.. .. .. .... .. .. 64753 --
t i : Shoe', Lice: or. Con ; ( Black or Brown Alligator 3h!
IHicio-is rtfreslnientstre h('nelalniut their guide and pattern Christ, whose '-s. Lined..... ...... .. SJ! Whittemore, Haby Elite, I 0 U I 1)l)I Ai\1 D END I I SlE\I I
forty.l' ;; 1t guests were j>reent. way was the perfect way. So that Serge Shoes, Lice or Con- : Coinb.nitioa Pohli I . GJ e

13 Mrs. Forbes was assisted i by Mrs I' when the end comes, as it surely will, I of -- .---- -- 48-. -- ---- _. I -
Hollands tf Dftriot. Mrs Harry S. they might be able to say with theirSavior ('

t I }'lIrIJC's.Trs.. I"'wisVillH.. Miss Aiktn i i "I go my way to him that sent,I 1;o >
t I I : : Shoe Co.
t and Miss Emma Johnson me." Meyer

In the evening seven tables were A large congregation greeted the :.

f tilled! for si handed du-hre. The highest bishop and beautiful music was rendered bo

ladies scorevai made by Mrs. by Christ's church selected ry Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.

, Hin -'old. the guest of Mrs BlocKor, choir. -- .
-- -- --
.J the prize was a haniUowe silver fern ltC',. )Jr. H. W. P. Hodstm of StKathenne's Quina's'A

.,' dish. VJ1 church assisted the bish- at .SPECIAL SALE.AT .. .
4'. Mrs. Alfred Bierch won the ladies I op and Mr. Whaley.

second prize a handsome silver
.1 tand'e! stick. Miss Merritt
fit Katherine was crowded at the
i won the booby, a little bisque statute Arrived.
The consolation was Mrs. 1I0rnlnC'f'iCl'. The bishop's subject bk. Carlo P, 1673 Boffe. Mon
won by
at that time was "Render unto Caesar to order. BRA WNER'STo
Lewis Willis, a beautiful water color
picture. the things that are eaesar's. and ss Transit Pmin ISHfi Co.: Guano Norfolk

unto God: the things that are God's."
The pentlfnicns prizes were: first ss Silverdale 1711, Balls Tam-
He short sketch of the
gave a occasion
Mr. S. 1\1. (Cross a silver match 1.ox. Gulf Transit Co. make room for my Immense Stock of Spring
at which these words
*",' 1 were ss Tro an. 2J65: : Thorkilsen,
'c lumby was won liy Mr. MansId use-d by Christ, of the treachery and elpbla to Gulf Transit Co.

'. : Moreno a paper weight Mr. craftiness of the Scribes and Pharisees Sailed. Goods, which i' now Arriving Daily.

ueo) Barr.s won the beautiful e
a burnt wood whisk) holder from human nature at this time. The bk aX yard of 79 rtoft-Finished I I 30 doz Men's All Wool Rod Under-
with hruuM. Skjgold. 1497 Krough. Bu Bleached Dom."tlc. worth Cc, tmuke <> shirts, worth $1, special 7oc; drawersto
bishop aske-d his people to "renderto A}res
I 4' -* match.I .
The room yard.
score cards :
r; mere little Anu-ii God: the things that are God's;" PS August Belmont 2DC7. Rog I I 47 Indies' Rpady-to-\\Vir Hiinyr -
aol yards Fitcliville4 BleachedDomestic
ran C-ITS fed! .
-I with rod. while: and to bring into their daily lives the i iy Skirts, worth |1.50 I'reciall'ule
] blue ri'ibona. IHosant I bk. :Munter 931 Juell Dunces worth Do, to mike: room .
refreshments //1- each.
at 7c
thought eC the immense debt that yard.
i were st-ru-d. Unlimited I .. i :!\J Ladies' Rsadyto-Weer Ililny-
pbMsureswre 2500; L/m dtie and Fruit
"t owed to God, and to try to pay !I yard -l :
: IIII'Y i-v Skirts, g-ulraltt..ct all wool,
enjou-d by the 1 guests at both! I Bleached D >mp=tic worth 10s
J It by giving; Him of the best that they f th $4 !'pf'clal:1IA: $:!.H i-ach.
It (nuplp ( Dull.. nuke room at
( these chariiiin V <> bloc yard.
i)1' cntt-rtunmeuts. have,-a life of loving service, full of : % mil, LidieV' Black and Colored
! -- j Moore's command was an 10000 ,vard1.1 Unbleached D \- sa -r-'-d hklrts, worth 11.60, special!
g kid deeds and kind thoughts; to : foldiorLo, Iiatirg been asked m" tip, worth 6c, to make room at: ,.1't I'J. eich.
Mr. and Mrs W !
t K .Hy< r euteitimod I to God that which was His by .g.'c yard.
' lloll.indi'r won a hospitable : ; t, .dies' thick Tailored ard Fii ?-
. J i. in 'i most tharmiDi; riauiur the : light and more of themselves w ', immediately replied"They, are 100 yard i 10-4 Gold Brand (hest- ..d ikirtg, worth |2 .V i I) to fli, special
young married couple( Six landed I too much so. Oi was in the hosh- in?, worth lite, to nuke: room, at 13i Sal'1.98 toU 9'i lch.
sucker ('lib Saturday evening with ; all the toime Oi was there." yard. Its rtoz :Men's All Wool ('ampl'
other giests.Mrs I' Those who are fortunate enoughto criticism Is quite on a par with 1X( >0 yard 10 4 T>ppi-rtl: Bleached Hair Uudpr-hirts, worth fl tilt, "r":-

H A. haveheardb''ishop\Veed are deeply of the IlnslMiman who objected Shotting, worth 2J.e! to make room, falFldrawersto match, In Wlate.
lljer won the hdieV Red and Fawn colors.
impressed by his great earnestnessand French because he said the stu at 1S34C yard.
first 25 d.> Boy's and OirN Ribbed
prize a ha.ulsont'1 piece of linc- z.
his love for God: and man11EWS idiot couldn't understand their 750 yard 10 4 Pepperal Bleached and Fleeced Lined
a.bral'Ir.. W. K. Hyer. Jr.. won the lanl11a.gl1I'n he spoke it to Sheeting worth tic, to make room, 23c; drawers to match.Undershirt at

Kentleman's; first prize, a set uf null at 203 yard.Rem@mber 21 doz. Boy'a and Girl's Gray and

tary brushes.Mr. ---v---;: ---v-v- .' vl we carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirt at aii;

H. H. Tlurnton and Miss I i Sol- I Important >eiri lie Had. Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at drawers to match.
don of John I am going to your na- prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of Lndi-',
Baltimore won the two second flOTESThe I'. town, and It I see any of you 70 doz :Men's H avy French Neck Men'. and Boy's and OirN' MOH
prizes. lows of ciudy: l ] : what shall I tell them?" Moreno U Undershirts, special 20c; that we can save you 25c on.
Mr. J. 1'. Maxwell won the consola- ,' Youth-Oh, nothing, only It drawers to match. Il<"m "nib"r-We carry a full line
: |
60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts
I lion a silver mounted cutgliss: decanter anything about whiskers Just offpn'lI Clothing Bougnt at {,1'l' 00
: say worth sic, special 35c; dollar. We will clo"e them out at
DoIicUms; refreshments were 1 : I've pot some.-Stray Stories. drawers to ma ten.
: Tarpon took out a large excursion I Ju-t !; price off other merclnti.!:!
m served. I I .. .
I I to the Indiana and points of I Gnnther'a Candies at

r Mr. Fred C. Roberts of Michigan is I interest in the Bay this afternoon I We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress
- -
expected in the city Rob
Mr N Goldrmg the popular proprietor ; %, NO CLUF, NO PAY Goods at New York
i Wholesale
erts used to be a resident of
Bagdad of the depot saloon, has been II druggist; will refund your money If
and has many frienJs bore in IVnsa I besieged with callers since the rushto OINTMENT fall to cure Ringworm,
cola i the carnival festivities commenced.This I ;: ,Od! Ulcers and Sores. Pimples and AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.
on tbe face, and all SkiD dis
is due in part to the personal
Mr. Lewis of Tallahassee is the IHpularit). of Mr. Goldrmg and alsoto II' I :, u1Attlsla. Remfmler the m' r. E. BRAWN
guest of Mr. and Mrs H M. Hushntll. the excellence of the service at i NAVAL.tU' ,

his house and the exclusively high 'I ;! d Dally for The *ew. bj

Admiral and Mrs.ise entertainedat :grade; of goods, both imported and domestic Union Naval Store 00.aOllla. io5 Palafoz St.

delightful dinner Saturday even that he places: before his cus I ,
ing. The decorations were in pink. tomers. __.$( 23 H_ ___fl fI)
link carnations in 1 __ IIjS G_ ____ It)
graceful profusionwere
..... __ ______ DR. } H. MOCK
used with ferns. Covers were SOME NEW RULES _.__,_ II 45 :_ .-- .,_. :2 Ol) ,
laid for tvKhe. An elegant dinner ___ 3 :2J! D.._._ '.
was served in nine courses. The Ma FOR THE PILOTS. _.__ 21i5 Ch below-- s O
I" i
j vine band furm!'ho
throughout the evening The commissioners _
party The board of pilot '
Rolls, at 5 p' m., lOo tn fl Mii
were Admiral and Mrs. Wise. Mr. and i
heU a meeting this morning and ., at Solomon'si
Mrs. John C Avery Mr. and Mrs. E. ,
adopted a rule that all pilots leaving 28% S. Palafox Street
O. Saltirarsh Mr. and Mrs. F. C. i I [udgiu's, flit ZBesl for oc. Old Armory Building.

Brent Mr. and Mrs J. M MulJon, the bar without permission from the I Ipresld'nt CROWN
Gen. Bingham Col. D. G. Brent. or secretary of the board LOST.
The trip to the navy yard and return will be suspended. Another rule adopted -- ----- PKNSACOLA, FLA.
i -Oa Palafox street, a sliver
was made on the Sabago. was that all vessels would haveto I chatelaine containing small --

boarded from boats of not and check on First National
( be pilot \
:Mr. and Mrs. James M Muldon entertained I parable to Miss Julia\ Hahn. laxative Broom Qummen JL
last night at a George iless than :20 tons.. These rules become : please return to News of- P1l oaeveryCurt9

;Washington dinner. The lovely homer I effective 10 days from date. I I I 23 It* a Cold ht One Dry,Gnp' ill 2 Days(M cD"OL 2tt

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