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 24, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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University of Florida
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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Pensacola evening news


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lock remains unchanged. The republicans '
Pen*aco1a'il glorious )1903( Carnival >! spot will be brilliantly illuminatedfor three days. '.,.

ANOTHER N PROPOSITIONFOR can agree upon the two states celebration will coma to a fitting I I occupation by Her Royal Train No. Z, due at 5 a. m.. is usually "
plan but the democrats say they will j
the best behaved arrival here butt }
close tonight: when Miss Annie Highnes. A crescent lettering .
not accept a bill which merges New '
Bars will be crowned queen at the spelling "Carnival Queen," will be eclipsed all records this morning ,

COMPROMISEOn Mexico and Arizona. They say that opera hou e, this notable event \lobe i over the lady's head, and she will be when Engineer Kleuesneier pulled I 'I\,
such a bill cannot pass before March engine 136 into the city four hours
followed Immediately by a grand attended by her beautiful maids, \

ball. who are Mia Isabel Quina, Miss and twenty minutes behind time. I .p.

4.RELIGIOUS His Majesty, PrUcu IV, will reveal Edna Avery, MI*s Elise Chipley and This train brought down a baggage '

his identity at the opera house Miss Alberta Hyer. and mail car, two sleepers and three 4 a d

Statehood Measure==Canal TreatyUp tonight. j I passenger coaches all of which were
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The route of the parade as printed : THE DAY'S CELEBRATION. packed as full as possible there were ",

I In the Air. SERVICESTomorrow in THE NEWS yesterday will be fol- I'ure fun of a fast and furious not half a dozen through passengers ; 1 1- ),

owed. The only change, perhaps variety started early today and was all having come here to witness :. ", t f A

ii that the pageant will leave the kept up throughout; the day by the carnival revels ,
being Ash Wednesday, i
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carnival headquarters on West people of all classes. The train also connected at Flam- '
t'A' world's 000, the equivalent of one Congress the; services in Christ church will '
Garden street at 7:30 o'clock Instead Makers appeared early, but was aton with the fast New York flier. ; .
il says: ional district. be at 11 a. in. and 5 p. m., with com- 1 et
of thirty minutes earlier, as before confined principally to children and No. 57, and brought down yesterdays'mail ; :
'hi! r shifting of prontinuous Oklahoma is to be admitted with munion at the former service. The
stated. This pageant will far surpass negroes until this afternoon when from the .Metropolis. Newsdeal $ 1 ti; :i 1
i '"- statehood out reservation. The Indian Territory collection will be for the poor of
any previous one attempted in great numbers of all classes, attiredin ('rs're thus enabled to supply their ..
i\ Senator Beverfrom is to have Statehood after six the parish customers with New York papers of fy
this all of
city. sorts grotesque costumes, t
the cast for years' probation. The Rev. Dr. Lloyd, secretary of :
issue and Montgomery ;
yesterday's :
Miss Baars, the beautiful queen, filled the streets. Noises of all descriptions ;\f ;
: !Senator: Mason i The Democrats will hold a caucus the general board of missions, will of today's issue.
will view the parade from the bal- were made, and everbody papers 'jy
take his postof- tomorrow on the compromise bill. If preach at Christ church at 5 o'clock
up The bound 7 train
east a. m. was
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n bill. they do not accept the position of Thursday afternoon. delayed nearly three hours on account ,

that: there shall bet the Republican leaders becomes des Lenten services in Christ church of the northern connections '. 'lit':

!session, tomorrowthe perate. every day until Holy Week at I i 6 '
and this in turn delayed the excursion 't 1
canal treaty. The Democrats can easily preventany p. m. Wednesdays, Holy Communion train from eastern points which was ,

ators desire to hear legislation by running a filibusterof at 11 a.m., and Fridays, Holy + .
I due at 9:30:: a. m. It was held on a f" IJ
Communion at 7:30 a. m. Sunday '
ra Mr. Morgan, and their own. If Quay and his repub-I sidetrack to allow the late east bound .. ."
I services will be held as usual, at ,
the opportunity. In lican associates who favor statehood I 7:30 and 11 a. m. and at 5 p.m. DELAY IN SHIPYARDSChief train to pass. ;: ..if.A

.itive session is to withdraw from their democratic alies special train conveying the l' f

fI'mat to effect an the situation is not improved. The "For pneumonia, grippe, pulmo- "Florodora" troupe was also delayed '.I. !
nary and bronchial troubles takPho's I
':in; statehood. democrats must accept all or nothing in its departure for Montgomery. It ':t i

bill was completed beneficial is accomplished. Some of Cure for Consumption. Constructor's Report Shows Seven Causes was to have left at 9:30 a. m., but !* '
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\enth time today. the democrats say they will not abandon PIANO DRA WINC. did not get out until after 10. t ,t
For Slow Construction. The excursion train from Florala 4 :;rand
Senator to persecutionby i
and Aldrich on be- Morgan
Ticket No. 170 drew the piano rat intermediate points arrived considerably ; .i
:'juud opponents and the republicans if statehood fails. .
off the time set. It brought
r fled by the Carnival Association. If :
J Gallinger, for the They will afford him protection until President several hundred people who .'
f said ticket U not presented by next Washington, Feb. 22The and will be considerably delayednaval were ..-t

met at the Arling- he concludes his remarks on the canal Monday, Feb. 30th, another drawingwill has been in correspondencewith construction in the United soon scattered over the streets and t
take 2Jt-3t taking part in the fun and folly whichwas I
the treaty. It is believed tonight that place. 1
They rearranged Secretary Moody respecting the States is not materially behind the raging upon their arrival. ,"

'that it is satisfactory the treaty will be withdrawn if a Mr. James White will matter of delay In the construction' naval construction of England and 4p' I

morrow it will be compromise can be reached on the leave for New York Sun- of naval vessels, and the secretaryin Germany in the matter of time." Escaped an Awful Fate .', :
f iKniocrats for an ex'a statehood bill. This will save an extra day. Any special orders turn has called upon the chief Secretary :Moody argued that it Mr. H.Haggina of Melbourn, Fla., i ;:
writes: "My doctor told me I bad I,
its merits. session.In for of conditions would be mistake to offer bonus
entrusted in his care will constructor a statement a a Consumption and nothing could be u I '.

.I'S for two present the meantime no intimation has be gladly attended to. in various shipbuilding yards for the completion of vessels aheadof done for me. I was given up to die. 1 ;

to states. New Iexi.t come from Paris as to what action JXO. WHITE. where naval work is going on. The contract time, and adds that two The offer of a free trial bottle of Dr., : t. ,

will form one state will be taken by the new Panama Secretary- has submitted a letterin months ago he directed that no fur King's New Discovery for Consumption "
t Canal Company regarding the proposition Mysterious Circumstance.One induced me to try it. Results : r i
m for a separation the nature of a report to the presi- ther extension of time be permitted rlt ,
t, submitted by AttorneyGeneralKnox. wa pale and sallow and the were startling. I am now 'on the i, ,
a must have :300,000: The canal situation is now other fresh and rosy. Whence the dent. ncluding with it the chief con except by his own personal order. road to recovery and Pure all to ,Dr. t1
difference? She who is blushing
'.,1 i New Mexico !;OOOOOm. higher in the air than the statehood with health uses Dr. King's New I strouctor's report. In substance these The chief constructor's report King's New Discovery. It sorely 'f

This is not ac- muddle. Life Pills to maintain it. By gently letters show that "while, through a shows that there are seven causes saved my life." This great cure la i
arousing the lazy organs they compel for delay in naval work, namely: guaranteed for all throat and :
lung .i ,
democrats but it is Dead Lock Still Holds. digestion and head off con number of causes, the building of
good Inadequate plans; changes in armor diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 '
"\v will agree to ads stlpatlon. Try them. Only 25c, at warships has been delayed and the / ,
:23.! The sit
C Washington February W. A. D'Alemberte,121 B. Palafox or armament or design; delaysin oath Palafox street. Price SOc and t
'h( population is 190- uation today in the statehood dead- street, Druggist. dates of their completion has been delivery of armor and ordnance; $1.00. Trial bottle free. r. ,



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FOR THE' CHILDRENEthel' One of the oldest eol ;iItl' lastitn-

tlons for women in the United Stales h \"\

Old Trarel said to b Ingnam university at Le 11rL

; Vigorous Age It was mamma's wish that the pra- ,, Hoy. X. Y, In IS35 Misses Marlette and

room should be left In order each night Emiiy! I: Ingham opened the Lo P.oy

before tan But four-year-old Ethel i Female seminary obtaining a charter

did not always like to pick up her I In 1811. It was so successful and

The Desire of Every Man and Woman is to Live playthings until her brother George invented ranked so tigh: that its founders whenretirjr.g

a play for it. This was to take I from business wished! to perpeiuate -
: to Good Old Age and to be Vigorous and a voyage in their ship gathering the it and tuadj over the school

Possessed of All their Faculties. scattered toys for cargo. and its properties to the synod of Genesee. for infants and Children.
The ship WHI-an empty wooden box Chartered as a collegiate institution !: :

large enough to hold them both. George in 1S.)2 it was the first to introduce The Kind You llavo'Always Bought has borne the
Mr. Wm. R. Laucks. Friedensburg, Pa., Who is 96 Years Old, Says signs:
had fitted a pair of old wooden wheelsto : u college curriculum Into the education lure of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his

He Owes his Vigor and Strength to the Constant Use ofDuffy's its broad sides, so it moved along i of young women. In 1S.Y7 f&llli i personal supenision for over 30 years. Allow no
quite easily when he, standing in the university privileges were obtained. ogle
Pure Malt Whiskey as His Only Medicine. box ship pushed it along with his.nple. I to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations ami"Justasgootl"
; are but experiments, and emlaii-or
. It was a very accommodating ship, Sauce Tartnre.Every th)
< for when they wished to travel on landIt cook shouhl know bow to health of Cliildren-Kxpcricnco against Experiment.

was at once a train of care or, if make: three or four simple sauces for

'S, need be. a stagecoach and then a ship nothing: adds more to the appetizing The Kind You Have Always Bought

'" qualities: of a meal. The Frl'lldlIi....
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5 .: 0Jr They had often traveled in this good who slit that the rl':1"onJ the Km- Signature

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' think they were alphabet blocks if I had no i'lU'orth dipping bread into

: did not tell you. At another they care- I had a slight foundation for his re

I '1 b- \ "I \ fully.stow away a case of gold watchesand mark. A thick mayonnaNe is the basis ..

1I"r' Y '" ',--:.\' \ jewelry. Do not think that they for sauce tarttfl't1tl to it a table- ,

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to be in the region
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/, \\ '/" r'j" \\" '.. \ tells the sailors: where: to put the :good made of lukewarm water and soap, but i
/ -' And now tae i is over, the ships ; they mutt not be wrung if you want US YOUR ORDERS NCW
\ voyage;
\ r// ; \r\r1'; \ / IA f!; \\ if,1 anchored at its wharf next to tinerot them to loon l'('. \Yash In a second ,
/; ._ \\ : I.I'-\" lot of suds and rinse in clear cold :
/ '// \.ltl\. _,; 1/t.; I, ,\ \ -king horse's: stable, and lo, thepl.iyroom the wa Thompson, Olsen & C 3.
; ter. Then without wriuging, lay ribbon ,
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.- Mr. Karr the minister on a a
I\\\ '-'tt' ltJbfj iJ. : \) to One take day Kthel's, home. He, came had stiff nailbrush: brush It sideways till all ManresaStreet{ Tel 12 !.nej47. ._ -

... : .I'ip jxi-st returned from abroad and tallr.1 erence4 are removed. Leave_ until thoroughly .I

' enttTta'niiigiy of the places lie had : dry. A marble mantelpiece ESTABLISHED 1862.
W@ 7 makes a capital place on which to leaveIt I
. Visit('(. Little label: was so much interested -
t that she almost to oat I to dry. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
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Wu. It. Lircs, 96 Years OM on August 7, 1C02. ,
4 GentlemenIhave "''(-: HSJUJT: j(,hr nuT> \V Pun Malt Whi>keyferampsih'relLength \itNlillJith shining ej"es. I Stocking. I II 3
,) of luau, ulI.II tin,( it an ,,'\\l"lIt iiiMjimtor and touic. I nia liti! \1'1'S.IIII1In.1L"Ul.t. : The minister noticed the animated: j I When going over the stockings: which I
.. A fri"lJ.wlI'lllm I'.ill11n| JPP: ,.\as surj-risfil t.> flnll 1\as i-i the I lot t j r.rd ilioiii'.u face and said kindly. "You're really "
.t. gurr \\(,,,,\. 1 ali taking it ri'l.t id>nj; in tal!"H"'|Ki nful dusts, ni; !it and iuJriiiiiR. It interested, uren't you little onoi4'And have como: up from the wash make nil I Ship Chandlery and General! Hardware
}-'J ." ,,1\h me i-rf.Ttly.I my stnnmt h tok'rat"s it, 11:11\0: imnaiwa, li'nrtlnrn 1>1' tiny lfI,1"fkr..1t".t the good ones Into hut rolls and nil ,
t m"lll'l' t tit 11. My l.irthd,t Thursday and I riifiv. r.-'nratuL.tiiitfroc .- i then Ethel: astonished: every one those In need of ir.n-tng! into '
If ; all niv townsf.ojV. ILel.! nil onr ..l',I j ojilc: are .Inj inija< wdll3I am.Suuvn1 by replying es'p-ry.! '1:". sir. 'cause rnnnd'i 803 AND 605 8. PALAKUX HTUKKT.KB .
t ,v yours! \,'lLLLU{ 1{. LAVC:":!. trieilei&lui g, Pa., Aug. H, 1202.! I r?I' Wen to :t-1l dose plans"-L'rbe! I' rolls. In this way you ran tell h u---A.GENOV
i glance I whhh pnr! is suit'!ILIo! fur thes'ocUn
I \Vcste in Youth's Companion. VERB COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S k l Utor: F
r. ni'd which for the tneudlllg
!: ;; bag -
MWFYS ALT \ tn3EYIn [ : banket.: : !i 4 BON'S PI

Tilt lio.J'.r.. I II II'\T-'f 'urn ;:r41:1 fair: !). ;ii! 3satil IntrciniaU: Start, iickjnil\ ; \
f is an u'uV.uU-lv ' cent1.itml inti, ontin: stimulant!! aril tonic, builds up the iwrvos I I >auH \\.'!.>u-r as a Ltd i is: thus the- ( (1\" [ ) I
12 sn7rs. tnu s up .ii-. h .lit,'r to the \iran: stn-ncth and d:<>tnity t't the muUs s-Tiln-d; 10.Julin )Ilach McMaster. theMstoritin Ev'.ry ctvil'zBd\ : uses C MPHSK3. LOOfl. KTU
person snapInd ,
n&rirhae stotht! dart. It \ .'..._-- intn a.ti.>II1t1l 11" I
McIIenzis: .
r C. Oertln Collecting for Bar Pilots' Benevolent AJi
!:\ { Agent
w.ih off umnh the
in the Jin-t of his wllter to ltC'
f.-t, a" I ciui.l.i y u -' tt lioiu tl f K I j"a eat tho iniunshinciit it omtaiiis. It is ins I
' 'irnI,le f..r <.\ rvt '...., d M"II. dei ate w .im.n nut sickly rhiMivn. It tr 'ngthens; and I pal'+'r: on all,- >tit--man, i>iil>li-hr I" s rLtinttl'.' .vtombi4ar.r,,: tetororgoadhcailhand1nevitynuke the oM j and ....Century: "\i the I boy grew in jer- ut how m lilY Mill"ur-of contiMi"ti ; : :
:,;" : think iihout III'! acctunnlati- )
;'r '';.l'II.j'I'.1 ',I', '"..i'.... tI'1 2.1)\) ) h-, J.i\1s> 'P11ffj3FureliltWhiskeyexcini1Vely. I and -tiiiurthis life wis powerfully I Iifl'i'cted I 'If filth within their body. which i'i THE GARDEN SECTION .
j' J CAUl'lOXhcn i+ )i u ak;: fur lM.ff\'s I'.ircMalt AVlnsley Ice sere you get the gents I by the fit that he:1" the: .i bun.tred' timps more detrimental }
'. >t>P. l nMTUfii-lii" >lfiilHs! lue+.ltt.t..f tl.HeX4vllt-i.ceof thl:4l'r"I'"ruion. will try to M'll youngest sea and ninth child: in a fam-
I lifUth than the dirt tinMitfirle. O
? ifood o FoPensacola
n on
W ;.' ole is: ig> uiLtMiiins; nus'M-.l'>. -, ., .Vlii-ki-y mbstili.U-s which! nn put en tLc market! i ily of: tell that LIs !l.'alth'a..; far from ,
of foodi8
;f a ?... tit 1 v.ljvli. f.r from K-lierfn the i..k. lire iM .ui\cly hannful. IicnialiJ' The wnfe matter
I .. .' .iv'-.'" Mul 1,1', MII'e' "'II'*"' il't !** tl.,only l'U-e malt+ wliL l.pv wlii. h oon'ifinal I good, that ho' showed tl"t'sIltl menMl ; -;sis into the bowt-1-, which are FloridaNear
9 t.:._- i .- ', .Ih-/i\.i!!!,: 'jivhnu! >, LooL for the tra.ltf-uuiru "The Old Cheiutt," t I traits; that Mood out in marled ''I.e natural: "n\\r" fit the hiimanytun. I I

"< H (.!! c'' I- I. contrast:: with lho.' of his brothers, ai'.l i If hAte this waste i is al-
% .'. irD.: '::!-.'- !.'.<.!.',' ."?I.'' '>''hi:';.-v i< soil T.yall ilnijrsMs an.l jrorcrs, or direct I: sistersitHl that ho was from infancy I lwe1 to accumulate the warmth of East Hill Electric Railway Terminus
ii ial.kl.'trY.ntainin.r ami lit
i't treatment
i -i : ; rllllt'41I1S| I .
"+! ...! I.. the Ii'iirv 31&tI! his-kev! (So.. Kochi-ster, X.Y. the pet of the family.! Such daily workas th > body hoon sets up fermentation
II .j a fanner's la.1'as: then mad' to dnwas Ira df-eompo-ition, gas-ies are form- Beautiful Lots for Sale. I
*d which HI P curried into the blood -
The IVmlan (rotrN Beak.k' I I'll linn. nut for ln was expectetl I
I lid circul it'll throu\!li the whnli''ytem |
There i is weapon known( as the I Young folk food of a lively romp to and aiei e is the inevitable I 40x137 feet at from $75 to S2CO each accord
"crow's lx>:ik"liiiU was formerly i I will like i pin run. It i is easily arronsKil.Till : heel seen baivfouted.: ill frock :!I..I 1 re-ult. ,

much In use among men of rank in an ordinary square 1..>\ with softwood : trou rs, :it rifle ..f the horse that I Ii The bll<:f remedy ron-tiratiolli. I ing to location and surroundings.

! I'ersia and north India.: It was a hor:.:"- i I ashes or sawdust flirt: each 'i' drilled the plow betwietl the rows o1'I is hPATICURA. because it move ---- --

lnan's weapon{ and ">oii I t'if bowfls f'll.jlRnd* naturally Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View.

tuned dagger bad! C\c- nt right angles I, run nronnd the room six! timesn- wheat the reii-rs| cut or follow!;', t!.< without irritation, jrripinir or sick. High, Dry Fertile Lands.

to a shaft pickax fi"hlou. Th lU'iiiuriiiK; each time l.e reaches the cows to pasture in the i>ii>rniig aril: i Milii?. It gives T "ngtli nt.d tone _. ----- --- ,-
shaft indoscs a dasher, uiiscn'wins at I I home: surahi I at night or tending; leis !iij 'o this liver and eventually cures.
i I : box to drop a pin in such away I I II !told by all druirgiats: The grandest opportunity for investment ever
;i I the butt end.: This roncealod; dagger is | that it will stand upright! in the j liis fl t th,'r't !<:vmiil.! When such woikj : ''

. a very foiuinon feature of Indian run i'a dust. I was t.i be .1")...', it was his cllstoin tii > I offered Pensacola.

;\; and especially of the battle axes of .\ quick! run is not and i lake( a i'o..k .'.Ion;.:, set the lug. !uh! .l
I- Persia. I might; prove 'xhiising.; necessary.\ gentle: trots : tl.e gates and while the saw p-i <-!.d I II J. I r.! l 1ON& t i Borne Seekers Should See These Lots.

t. .j How fit :M.iUt -Pii.sponi; aramrln.A I best: but the player must neither! !I slowly through; the tree trunk, an <>ti' ; ,

: takes its : stop nor hesitate: in pas-sing the box !' oration which in those days consumed ,
t A new caramel that name : ; I A- ClubbsCorner
i is to let fall his pin. He who succeeds some!: twenty IIlinllll'+ ., -he would settle I I
from the popular iudoor fsiin( very >sx
,'' .1 delicious. It is not l.ilictilt; to make, in making; the most pins stand upright I himself: comtortably- -and- -read._. I II : Contractors+; ndB} Bllil ild en.[ Garden and ttru Streets.

; 1I and the college and school girl who has is the victor in the game.The .
A Thousand Dollars Tnrcwn Aw > !
I I y
a pas stoic can easily iwwoct piiiKi ,-"1;: PLANS SPECIFICATIONS AND

caramels. They require a cupful of (',|,,. Mr. W.V.. Baker, of Pluinview, I IISel ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT K.C. HKKNT:: WM. II KNOWLKH, W. K. HYKIt JK., J. H KEKHPrenideut. )<

( nugar. a cupful! of mi'l.isscs a cupful There's a tiny ship with Its sails BObite l >., writes, : "My wife had lung 1 1I Vloe-Prnslddnt. Cainlvr. Ait''. a,

k of milk and a half cupful of butter. Oh, the" precious- freight that It tears tonight I trouble for over fifteen year'V' I i SHORT NOTICE. >'
Boil) all together; until! the sirup will i : I First CIa= Work Guaranteed and j
I tried a number <-l doctor; and spent s
roll into a ball when cooled in cold wa Then a faithful watch and a song of joy Inferences Furnished. I First National Banfr
lover thousand doll ira" without any ,
ter. Stir in a tea"I'rnruful of vanilla That :i m-jiliT. icings to her sailor boy.Thin I
and a half cupful of chopped nuts; it's> hl ,h-Iuw. dear and it's by-low. j I relief. She wa very low and f bt>t 41 j IAST IXTIMHXCIA ?'T'.

turn into shallow buttered 1 pans and bright lookout I lull hope when a friend -uggf--ted
a to keepVhile '
i when cool mark into "Miiires[ and dip \ my ore one sails with the rosy trying: Folly's Honey add Tar. MEN AND WOMEN. I, f) : PENS COLA. FLA.

each Mparatl.v in im-lli-d < h.>c<>late. Kill sTo I which I did ; and thank to thi-!
'c t l CLr TM Big rut them tw waMtl j.aper hi n cold: the pleasant port of Sleep. great remedy, it rayed: her life. SheMMronz is I i,f far. d.elargcBJna.nnanoe., i I I7ZE 3.OTLTiItltIVM.

r room to harden.l Oh, the gentle hand at the helm to guide, | >ran.i HJJOJS; better liealih; e..nrCtnr.0,1,1,0.4 irrititioDi>f muro0U or fl ntembran nlrerationat n.PatnleM II I, U KNOWLK3.. A. BI.OUNT. F. C. BREN1- Ka. :
\Vhilc 111(' taut ship swings on the ound- and net kslrin- (i. BRENT,
r than 1'111' has known
ovr in ten
..n lo Trll a Good (',,,... I.-ss tHe ,. THIIYBSCNMIraCO, gent or p..i-jn..u
"Hr"'p shall never be without CIEl116m.1 Sold by DracEl.
The two essential and \'italoiut." To the j:''iilin Isleall with gems arrajed.Vhtro '. 'Foley Honey anti Tar sod would L.L.. r sent '" plan' TTIT.lf !
In the dairy ccw are a I.II'P' middle \ by f.lry hands pretty dreams are ak afllictfd eipte .. rr'fulj. fur fanr AI n 1 I' v' B ) t.
mall, those to try it. 1\.A tlOO j.r3t. tll.ii. 75CircuUt ll (' tl' r..r. .
and light ([iianers. said: ; 1'rofess.iVHaecker j Tarn u'.s !ugi-low.! dear and it's by-low. 1 U'Aleir.hi-rte.! '' cut on wiutrLLllAPER 1J.IW if1" ., 1U t (1I ..III.jd\, ,,'iftsae Iott': ....
before the Minnesota I'ary. i I dear. I

l bo Ant bright okout to k!'. p.h.le : .
men. Ilarins: SIM art the d \\ : my"e one sails! with the rosy f draw oar own Rillsif Exchange on Great Erltitn
paro cow there i I. no objection to thefancy gales CASTOR! ;;

.1, j">ints, provid.-d they do rot interfere To the pleasant port of Pie.! p Germany, Franca AanrJa:! Italy, Holland, Kpaln, Uelylarjray rtn)' '

h with the two mentioned.II For [ 'and Children t. ("' 1I1er.. T>z im&rk and other European conntrlta.Disbcrped .
Soon tJv* sun lies d \\n in its purple bed: i --- ----
i i Soon the stars peep out from tlu.r nooks. me Kiitf You Have Always 6ocgiv /r1TVetsels oj-on tho Moat Farorsble Terms and I' '
to '1 \iplr
< <
oh, .'d. I Oblijratlons Taken Payable a* Port "If estiraUon Ten or Fifteen [)a;'
t. In peeling apples the brown stain Then the sails are furled, nn.}, all peril (J.'U"J A .
tla I r;;;::;: after Veaael Arrives tefe.lTSaf
' ', that generally iipi>ears on pecle.1' slicesran ; Last, I WIllSKWL
Near the isle ;JII
IK avoid,sl by setting: each slice a4It fast. of Naps w* are anchored i ,t7 Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conn..ctlollwith

Is jHvled in a bashi! of cold water. f>h, it's high-low dear and it's by-low I which WP hptre a Prlva Artmont for tle UIIof"RAnfnr.
Thus no viitact with the air is IInaci 5ble. :; d,':ir. i, cF-- .
j and the stain is a\oidable. The And a bright lo.iknut to kn .
While my wee one sails with the rosy I have been authorized to take
water draws out the acids, and there is I
gal-s 'subscription forVm.. Jennings I DR. KBrJC'S I
r a sacrifice (f tl.nor u) color !if this plan To the Tileasnnt nort of Sleen Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. PEOFE33I05AL CARDS
I la used and the apples soaked fx> Ions. ,1, Try Gunther's Candies at j The price is $L!($) per year in ad- TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR --: .. '

I Any discolored sl.-es will turn whit Solomc .8. ranee. Those desiring the paper W. C. ROWS, M. D.
1t1 f gain jf rubNtl with :I.J'il"'t.If lemon. n i! can have it sent to them by sending: THAT COLD.
I 1 f 1.o0 to the undersigned Office: 17X S. I'auroi.

The Ku"y Pill I II f()=GOLA=o. I i H. M. ROCFlE, TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. Hours troraito9Pam.andI 1 C"p- II

I.1 DeWitt'a Little Early Risers do Care Daily News. Cures Consumption.Coughs i
Ind after o'clock
I not itripe nor wl'akeuthe system. Grist and Corn Meal Mills Colds Bronchitis Asthma
I They cure hilloune;i, jaundice: : STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ ; ;:; IPliono Gf3.

constipation and Imctive liver, by ; !>i. F. GOHZP.LEZ & CO., Prop t, I I PneumoniaJIayFeve i i -

arousing the secretions, moving the MaonfaetC'ert J. X. Rooms, )1jn3lf'f.! Physicians prescribe it risy JjaGrippc Hoarseness
I bows| gently, yn fil-ctually, and I, j JOHN S. BEARD[
giving ouch tone and .tretl th to the ;Hn't-: HLsn iTiiKGitoiTwi i w'll f"np regular! trip tf'tWP"III for their most delicate Sore Throat, Croup and !.

glanrfs 4>f then stomach liver -mlbowels that the c.iu-e of 'hA( trnnbP! r...lroan" Jnitu-uy 'or here> II fc'rpii' 14 rl'm".1 't'h.f + ill1"'I f -.n -a"i, :0" y ytjr %| .At %i. "' :i r.:" li'T-1' .v "* r i. "". i'" 'r OLD and PURE. I NO CURE. FaOPAY. : .
little pills "cm a d..ei e.l to'in- pf- 1<..-,!<.t, '. JK',.. ro"thM.itn., ." .n\l.c-tnr. a.. if Iorpr irr 6 ,'. m. sink <" 1' .. PriCD 50t. and Si. TRUL BOTTLES FREEI :, Office Hoars-8:30 a. &. ti :.:
o p Ti' "lO'-'DOL! '
feet the onriiis rin olv-d. 1d' ', ',, I. )
npon I 15 Vo-j ner'P't' .t."rntu V !- 'ed IOT I + t dT 6""i II j .
If their ls" 14 i cull"II( I for .1 I.. i ''< r *-. i\'f\ ....fI.- d .rr VP'at Pi s-i.01.. B p in. .!t" will watches and 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p.. i: 'rte
will bn., .. I 1.' .1' "... M'' ,',..' ,- flannheir:1'1or:: Bras repair your jw i Prat'tlcl In all irit and f. 1fft ''atere rl'lI I" nth ...,.. ., ., Frf'. 1.1111I1 '1.i; lID w .. .lry In tbrst-class style. J. J j jt' AllbudlnfM cntrutti to rot ,It "err
lr.;nM, H 'r,i-i P-iir'n J ernbhcppUdalltey I .. -II.: I .'.".. il.: 12i! In- nh.ns. prompt and diligent attention.
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nldD'C Move oo Tlme.t .....t....+..I".'t",...4I4 4 spectator I pushed his way through

typical tough boy aged thirteen iVynne opened his and looked at i '

J wmtaitted to a magistrate.VLat eel bin asylum. not SIMPLY ANANACRRONIS1I urn. eyes I 'Ii\

toUo city i
by a "II rtonT' he stammered. :
: ?
do that they sent you
a.J: JMI I "Safe enough confound him!" mattered :
.. buperiutendcut !">.-
Lere" : Fowler. "You gave him your !

l chance," with a quick guess at the lr
y--Ituh: They sent me up Just fort By Blanche Trennor Heath I ruth. I rt
gatar."snarled the boy.'u.'i ,. .I
:::! : + Kiit it seemed that Wynne had Lad
I.? anieV" asked tLe superin- f CoiJj-rlglit 1? 2. by the I '
V ISt. wonderful escape Thore was no
S. 8. McCiure Company foley'sKidney:
ter'I!' : I 4. ,,,m-ussion or broken crones; he would
: wid de police, be esi :- + <
;Ikew ++++H.rH..H. ..: :++++.a.4{+ In> right again in a few dajs. f"t
me more, an' I didn't
"It was II
So it pron>d. When he next paw
!1:!i., ,,, dry Jumped me'Ii. "P ut there are no heroes nowadays, Sylvia Ilenham all that remained of

." ,i been arrested for loitering.N. .- Sylvia declared Fowler, with a pity- j j his: mii-adventure was an unusual pallor '

,\ \ rk Tribune. lug smile at his pretty cousin. "Fancy j i I and a sear across the forehead.

a hero in a frotk coat! What an anacbronlsm i Sylvia came to meet him with out- \ #
The Carat. !" I stretched hand her fare aglow. "Jack : .
'.. of a diamond being so many .
fl- : "What do you think, Mr. Wynne told me"-she !'a.Jthout! any preface. .

w eizht The carat was origi-carat Sylvia turned to a young; man who had II 1, : "Oh, it was so brave of you to ,. {
seed of Abyssinian '
do it:
'1' ,.* seeds are very equal in been a silent listener. "Are there no ;, t.i.I
f lie shook his head He could not .
were at one time used in heroes left? I 1 ii
i take her praises on false}: pretenses.; "It
:il and precious stones. "I'retty fair imitations, at any rate," "
r would hate been cowardly not to, he I
carat as applied to gold he answered. "Take I
up any newspaper
:said. "When I found myself thinking
ly the twenty-fourth part and see if this is au age of cowards that only Its life stood between me I

,; it of any piece of gold or ," I

"" "110 ever said it was?" put in Fow thisworld'j I Cures

ler. "There's plenty of courage in the "!lo you care 'o much for-the "

market, only the old time quixotic hero money:" the said softly. I

i : has gone out" The look and tone broke down his |I Isl'lt
It left a spot on you.- \tchl- control. "You knoit i-ift the ,
Jut then Maurice! Horton's (-.ntrmrechantI
money," he f=vehemently, "exceptas !
All and
the subject. Wynne soon rose Kidney I :
: the money means youYes, I mint I It
mi. I.\X \Tln'; go. I My it now- lIme you! 1 Ion you:" I
"If you'\e nothing better to do, hands lie had
dropping the a'Jll'd. I
j j., OI.I-h.'rod for von if LA\-ynnrTlIKIIEST i, Wynne," said Fovltr, "1'11 call for you i j I The s-lemli-r hands fluttered back to t
\ theme thit moves the I i to luiuli tomorrow.." > Ills slet'M1. "I might; say souii'thing; too, Bladder DiseasesFoefs

"v :end H iturail7, withKrtpinsr i, Wjnne nodded and took his ]cave. If if you asked me"- U r e

: or sickening: 'I Horton slipped! into the vacant place II j "If I asked jou:" II> caught her ,

\ iliciue 1 strengthens bride\ i :Sjl\ia.; !I hah $ again.; "Sjhia. jour aunt told

>f the b"' *eU mid tone I, The two j cting men had their reasons me you would be- wntehed without : c

a p-mit where they will for avoiding each other. Distantly | without what I cannot offer you jetund -- I .
work as iture intended !I
I connected, the recent death of a rich [ I believed her. Hut now'- Tell I ,
it v :
f\\ ., ::1 n ,.1Ii:iuc N HEPATICU-: relati\e had given: his entire property | mt-, Sylvia, may I speak now and not'

ik.V:> 1' -nibniee* all the above good to Horton, who was u degree the neari i feel that I am risking; jour happiness I Kidney Cure will positively cure any case of

Ii"-iJf4 not having a badt er Every one knew that thc old man I May I, dt'arT'

-t t -uher bitter nor !sickening Intended Wjnne for his bur, though j The answer was so low that he had Bladder disease that is the

.,,.,.-t --;">ld by all druggists.LOUG he had neglected to make a will, but }I to bond his head very close to hear Kidney or not beyond

__ u ___ Ilortou tints in this chance only his it Hut that it was satisfactory maybe
own good: luck. Inferred from Fowler's remark a reach of medicine. No medicine can do more.

DIRECTORY nut this was not all. It was an open little later when they met at the door.

secret that \both admired Sylvia! Hen- "Well Don Quixote," he said, with a

ham and that her aunt favored Horton keen glance Into Wynne's face, "jou

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. since his accession to wealth. She don't look as if you had repented your If you notice any irregularities, commence taking

honestly beliexotl It her duty to make folly yet" IFoley's

PrnMacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of Pnmeeuerery the best possible match for her orphan T\'e seen no reason for repenting so I

Moudiy even niece, who, though:; fortuneless herself, far," Wynne laughed back. Kidney Cure at once and avoid a fatal malady.

the tT:30 mount-Wauou at Castle >all, had been brought up lu IUXlry'IUII "H'ml: I BuniuFc you think you've I I IA

.third floor \\ wan at his desk next day knocked my theories all to pieces," I

.1111 hlng brethren cordially when be heard the door behind him said Fowler. "But I still maintain that

J, A, LYLE open you're simply an anachronism, only," Merchant Cured After Having Given Up Hope. A Veteran of the Civil' War Cured After Ten Years

HORSLKB 0.0 "'Yon're a bit early Fowler," he said with a quizzical look, "on the whole : Foley & Co., Chicago. of Buffering. f' ,
K, It. A U.
without raising; leis oyos. ., I shouldn't mind if .th'reYl'rc more I Gentlemen was afflicted with Kidney and R. A. Cray, J.P., of Oakville, Ind., 'rites-

"It Nn't Fowler." Ilnrton advanced. of you:" Bladder trouble for six years and had tried numerous "Most of the time for ten years I was confined! to my

Datum Ijodgft No 13 "I'tlllkf' a few words with you before ----- preparations without getting any relief and bad given bed with some disease of the kidneys. It was so

t n every :Tuesday evening at 7x: ), al hi t omes." A' Puxilor. up hope of ever being cured when FOLEY'S KIDNEY severe I could not move part of the time. I consulted

Mall Vislliug corm KnUbtHCordmlly 1'alafox and Invited Garden, Wjnne turm'
J.ALI1EKT JOHNSON', "Well ;" he sai.l. fJuiilMjsihool.. !b' has never bw'nhaptiztd bottle I could feel the effect of it, and after taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE was recommended to me T

,.ti-.iv.' ot H. 4 8.lUtlili C, C. "Time presser" said llorton. "so; I'll ; owing; to the fact that his: six fifty-cent bottles, I was cured of Kidney and lam grateful be able to say that entirely cured me."

come to the point I\\ you with parents are not members the duirih. Bladder trouble and have not felt so veil for the past

Sylvia r.enham last evcmng'Wynne's They sometimes attend leligious services twenty years and I owe it to FOLEY'S KIDNEY Refuse Substitutes

'm" Lrvlgp, No. 30, K. of P lips tightened.; "Well he however, and their son has frequently CURE. James Smith, Bentons Ferry W. Va.

IV ,M 10HJE X<>, "t, Knights olIV said again:; as Horton hesitated. had opportunities for witnessing -

v meets'. I"every thdr Thur.dav fitstltt Hall evenxlt ,on Well, of course I know you want to the baptismal ceremony. Km-nt- \

\\11d'IX nt-Watwin' and bUilding(cordon ,street Routb- marry her.Vait a minute," as Wynnemade I ly his Sunday si'hool teacher h\llu dis, Two Sizes 50 Cents and $t.OO\\ ;
r ,U lUll cordiilly vtvlcomed. a quick movement. "Ju>t thinkIt I ('Il' 5inll with hIm toncenihig; the fad i. .

It, ALLMOV: o\cr. She has always been used to that he had never been baptized, informing ;
i. C.
r. II: ''. luxury and would be miserable without Lim that until he was he could SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

it. Xuw, you have jour own way not 1'1'1'0)0" a member of the i : ?I

to make, you know. Look at the other lie went home. (ollslrlt>raLly troubled, I W. A.D'ALhMOKKl'E. No. 121 a. 1'alafox St. I

I, O. O. F. side. I could :gratify; all her whims. to ask his nit-Micr about It"Yes" -

I'te set my heart on her, and I'm willIng she; answered; 'ou must he >' ila Lodge No 4 : to pay the price.. If I make It baptized before you csiii be taken Into I t W. PEAKE, CARPENTRY AND SEND YOUR ORDERS

-.a-.rr I ursday evening at 7:9): atWent worth your while to withdraw" the diiirth.:' I to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or 4
;.iT>- II Intendtmcln street Electrical contractor ELECTRICAL WORK > j
:, .:n cordially ltitltad.C.JIIASSOMN.. "You cur:" Wynne sprang up with "Well, why didn't you have me baptized I will do your electrical work in firtI electrical work. Repair work a 'f

!-'I '.. Secretary.AMERICAN Q. clinched hands. "Get out of my sight when I was a little baby iiI'complnilll'4l. I class style and at reasonable rate., specialty t
or"- I He can be found at 30 Boutb Palafox j
Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone Win
lie stopped short, listening.! There "Oh Hint doesn't matter. You can I street. Phone 203. if[ vou have any carpenter or electri- CHOICEST

GUILD. was a vague rush outside, then a cry l>e baptized at any time. i w- t;' I cal work you want well done. I -oFf .,
You good piano tuner to
that rang sharply thru .gh the room: "Ho lays who are eight or nine years

"I'ua.I" Chapter No. OO7. Tire:" old ever get baptized?" !i, stay in Pensacola, still you hold PEARL & DOLIVE. f FRUITS ANDCONFECTIONR t l'
Both to the door but sometimes back order. Send it in. I have !
7"F'! 1', LlNUKVSTKUTH, men sprang I "r PS, often. Even men, : your
-, .- wherever turned the smoke '
try Governor they poured are baptize had 20 year experience and have
far. lip looked Call on them at the corner of Garden ATC.
This was going too I I worked in several piano factories.
and Alcanfz streets for -
IC. OFDL.I at her with open disbelief and by way Orders left at Johnson's book store and electrical work.or phone <;KO.iiiiiirV. APOSTLE'S ;
of jtittifjing his doubt said: ,
I will be attended to.
ro' .1) l..rmbly Nn. "Not big men HS oM as papa: How CIIAS.V.. PBESSLEY. 14 East Government St.1 '' '
could their parents hold them In their ,
\1 i -; 'I !: In each month.W.l'.U.TlIARP..
arms while the minister was wetting: i I Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htatul l' i,
N \MCLI.. \1. W. I'rordlll'mid. If you want a nice present to give One IA
IL ( fi12lt their heads'-Chicago car-load of Pineapples at 11.71 .
zo"or..ury. to a friend, go and look through tIpi
tn 12,00 dozen, ,
AxUrd aud Aimnrrrd.Female i, elegant line of suitable articles at ; p-r-- -- '. rw
IM'lw'rliow old are you? | J. I. Stephens: you surely can find
4mfthin to please you. If yon NICK'SR
Female Witness-You know as well ; want anything in the Diamond line TI VI
The ah &
Beer as than I do that are Fin but Jut if a week -joucger ')e sure to see him before you buy. II I D Co.
you ; IIl'crsstryFt'malaI.awyerhal'tiIyXl''C'r --- -- -

mind; jffudqin's fire {Best Vic. c
That Jar (
Mader Gt i / It Isn't n'cessary.-Cl1icao; News. I 1 cxO i '

Fort Barrancas, Fla., Feb. 21, 13 :,.0 AND ..1I
lmR AMOQS U UI SCHEDULE AND -Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will : '

he received until 11 a. m. March 21, REAL ESTATE, ;

RATES FOB ST. ANDREWS :1 1'J03, for constructing, plumbing,heat- No.I South Palafox Street.
'!lag! and electric wiring one Lavatory, I
LINE. | also plumbing one set officers quarters DAILY MENUS t.

VIC'I'ORIADt and one barrack building Fort
Partial List Desirable
Me Roe, Fla. U S. reserves the rightto Dwellings Vifc
!.\ BY ACME BREWING CO, The Pensacola St. Andrews and I reject or accept any or all proposals Comprise all the Up-to- for Rent in Variooij:.Partij f:

m"r Gulf Steamship Company has fixed .or any part thereof. Information Date Dishes the Markets of the City: tt A
the following schedule and rates furnished on application. Envelopes of the World r
$3Lt -2! house, H *
tory remaining 12 ,
TOWN.DAXNKEISSER. apply between Pensacola and the ,I containing proposals should he marked Afford. ail modern convenience, batb room.on I ,
points named : "Proposals for Lavatory and upper and lower doors, corner lot, 1 ,
BROS nice yard and thrubhery, liable,out- .r
' Plumbing\ addressed \\ E. COLE buusei, ly
J 8CIIEt'LRRteamflr tie, 'io. 714 Eau JjiKuaktreet.
M. .
KIK THE CELEBRATED will leave Pensa 'W.oo-3-ltOry boarding house, j
Tarpon containing t
t-h 21-.I.24-?i>Meh 19A0MTALMMJ Ladies' Private "
Tuesday ht at 8:30' 25: rooms, known a> the Ponce de c'
' :
I. cola :
f. Harper Yl11SYB]. every Leon house, No. 110 Katt
o'clock, after the arrival of the Mobile cia street, loteoden'I
train and the P. & A. accommo- Dining Parlor.j* I:al.j-Adedrable2-story modern dwelling rt
RE iiriiiFi lUCK TO Eonrov AXDUllAbOEU dation train. Thiowill enable a 7roomsmo.ide.rrable.eclloooftbe I t4
11111 TO TUB Wl.VDOW. i city on a corner on the street car f
kM to leave Mobile at 5 m., 1 Jane,!'ioIDiorlb:!
11 person p. liarcelooa itreet.
i -4018.t Palafox streets ,, TL<"te tiny Capsules iresupenonI
it in their faces Lot and stiflm;?. The elevator make close connection at Pensacola S:)0.00-Large 2-itory dwelling lu roomt, ffi
F-i'' ugoe-Opp.! Union Depot,. shaft was a well of llani. the and reach St. Andrews the next I to Balsam of Copaiba, I Regular Dinner Daily. Government IroutlDK !SevilleHjuare street No.Jiu Bait
ICrbeM and Injections 'JDY
POI''I' .!SI I, Pensacola, Fla. staircase half burned away, so sudden morning at 7 o'clock.I'AS5ENGEIt. II I .oo-foiuortable: new 2-itory modern
They cure in 48 hours the owelting.eroomsverydrelrablesec.
a I" naps lIR-21'.R. was the work of destruction. HATES. I tavel'w, F\thraitnym.m lion or the city, situated on North' fiI I
This way:1" panted Wjnne.I'.ut Short Orders Promptly haylen between Blrong and Dertoto
--- the The passenger;; rate from Pensacolawill .t.t,.<-,:., on n B' ii/ n'uGtIST'; Btreeti.S.OO26tory.
the lire ran with th'm-up be as follows: Filled Night or Day $;; dwelling In food order with
walls, along; the ('('illlI;:, blistering! and To St. Andrews and St. Andrews rooms, three doors from the belt I
bat and
ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. gas water throughout,
crackling over their heads. At the point?-$6 00; round trip $10. No. SIO>ortb Barcelona dtreel

end of the passage was a window commandinj -, To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- I Estate of John Dooley,deceased. If lt'. Something Good to Eat 120.00: -1-ttorj dwelling room., city water, .

: ;; a lire escape.Vynne climbed $8 00; round trip $15. Notice, U hereby hundred given and tbat three.i on Jane will first, you wlsn, you'll find It at *bath.r.t! West, gas Wright, with large street.$15.70.l.storydwelling.eroom.newly corner. lot.Wo. .,
A.I* nineteen apply -
include flrst ciass .
and called back to Horton: These fares '
up to the Honorable Judge of oEscanima pa- ;
life!" cabin, stateroom and meals. couoty. Honda for a final dlt Nick Apostle's I pored and painted' throughout, on p' .
lry "Quick for jour I belt line. So.** .
Further information can be securedby charge!: from the administration of said ea- EastGregorystreet.
7r "I can't!" gasped Horton unnervedand tale. I | -!-! dwelllnl city water and bath.
applying at the company's officesIn MRS. ANNIE A. DOOLEY.AdmloUtratrlz.. Popular Restaurant r room.. bait tlock of ground with t
helpless. the Thiesen building. I n24oalnSm beautiful shade trees, No. 7W KM
Wynne knew that there was barely Cervantes '
?.' -etorydwelling,No 415 Bait Gregory i
L time for his own eecape. Why should .. will be I street,' rooms, newly papered and f f
he sacrifice his life for the man who SEALED the office of the SHERIFF'S SALE.By mmm painted
from love and fortune? virtue of an execution U.aed out of Belmont street 6-roon '
shut him out House Key West, cottage,
Light Inspector -- -- -- -- city water, newly painted, '
of Etcambla
court coumyFlorida
For an Instant he thrilled with the realization Fla., until 12 o'clock m., Monday the circuit.wherein M. F.Oonzalei H plalnllrand ID perfect order. ;
v this chance might 1003, and then opened for M U defendant 1 have levied tiojo-No. North Alcanli itrbet. I newHWXkNo. ,
of all that March 16, K Av-ry J. N. ANDREWS, house In good order with Ii
fuel and tbe property of tbe said R. M. Avery !{ .
Horton and delivering upon fIljt M"BelmnV'rMr"e
back to
mean; the next he hurried furnishing and will ell at public outcry for caib la y I r
and dragged him to the window. provi ion&for vessels and stations in front of tbe county court house In tbe city water, a neat 5 room cottage newly 1.
the Seventh Lght( -House!! District, of PensacolB, Florida,on tbe first Monday, Jl Headquartm for ts1 .or.*.-painted o.1110 Eau and LaKoa renovated throughout. S +
air half -
The fresh revived the stupefied end 30 June,. tbe 2nd day of March, 1\il13.\ at the usual I street a neatly i
the fiscal to papered t-room
during year cottage In
gooa coodition. .
and he descended In safety. bour of sale the following described prop -
man, ,
C. large
R. TAYLOR loot, in accordance with specifica to-wit: SEWING MACHINES. water.
<\Vnrae was following when a great tionscopie9( of which, with blank g I erty Tbe east M feet of the west 73 feet of Ar A large Hit of smaller dwelling. at well1.lnamberc.r ,
AI piece of crumbling plaster struck him and other information. pent lot 3K Old City of Pensacola, Bald par stores and omoes FOtt !SENT.T .
tlC Shoemaker proposals I of I lylnz on Chase street Between Bay lei I REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL ADEN r THOS. C. WATSON &
on the head. Bleeding! and stunned, he may be had upon application t(II and: Spring streeti. CO.,
i 1 U-\\OUK; staggered and went down. Commander JAMES H. BULL.. GEO. E. SMITH. L dicz Real Estate, Rental and Insnrano/ f
p A SPECIALTY. Bhetld.s 13 Booth PmUfox Street A genii, J Benin YafalozStreet. ,
\: anxious N. 19eod3t I f3oaw w t ;
.,50 9 South Palafox S't. fowler who bad been an S. Inspector. -



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11 TH&. .!}Alls. NEB R fl4 4 Tf ?mR .. TjA8Gi .,fgny"Tt jia9lt >, 'tI
-- --

restigated the number of customers ... Oldest.and( Largest Agency ill

b8Ot fd,y0i i'rd0" IeX 't1it Y _U'f ."T" 'West Florida.Hoomles .

lJ these drugs and he estimates that cold if'. Couldi1 w f get Aye t5!
there are five known to each phar- have you : J I i.

I nacist-American Medicine. B MAC PectoralThink- i'iYtb$ret 1H 1i-Jd !,i 1.
.rt 4 at the I'ofct Office at Pen acoI8. Cherry

.8'nd..l"" mittrr. Aro the man who is really an ly _._ ", .A__ .,.... ...- .. ........-J j i' Bros.
ICK :-l"iii' .KutifliDg. :IB, south i the corrupt conditionPcusaeo'.a's i ipat4louc x =-...., "",- -..; ,.. :- --I,;;.. ,;" .,- .....
U3-siair I i: n log tin es
ci street + th ge tits ..
.Ie uc a Cl s rm. fd : s tnor ILgoicEr DEFECTIVE SPOT
tmr; from iegr '
1 to have ffi la. ma : INSURANCE
Terms l Invariably: in Advance" r whin ha bAvhe SHOULD HAVE: :

'Tear by Mall. .._..___- tS l an t, al' l : SOLICITED
'" der. '
f .- 1Jpt Jtl Gays Ifin\. tQ .:.: hiblt" ANDREALESTrr
7t rfark.or CurriBriViiyabli? Mondiy 10 : was on the roof, near the
J Plk Co. 1n\ >
''I *r .I I : '. .... .ATTEHTiQtiA .....:....--"-
r 'Ih; rot ;: '1 y a place I inaey I dormitory and w.s very mall t1ur. .,. "
.iufS Pa'es Fi.rr.nhedon Applica'i -ny '' I
t r ::l.h'. n. "s month or ia .. ,--- 50.CO ,
tirst! 1 di'CMV- Ltd.SaiNTiireudant. t.:. .
a ntV r. '\' It. ; Uontaito.theijhvro.i:;,>U', qi'. \Vu1tr ,= .. 1 '" ,
s : -I
4 t[p9D'lE 40. ti.3, 4... : n -potln the iJe-falk
ID atrtet : Spott
''4 3. frPJ.t .tt -' : ; t> II.) Heary, 4'J: fears: : ,old .who Ut hisiom,9 1 1 l"ntttSnttth'I'Itlaf: ,
not e a w \; :., .. : \
'\ \!" aLtrmt3.m Eart: It ) iznat*fleet,, near: PAl .
I- .
on '
.8 c a in a t > -er.d i I' a:: in $Hanirlurq, Ia., June ;t1i. ; : : '"
.:l" JQ m am .1V6"tht' k h t:, I' ,. ...
,-ter ., { "'' s; d t jthove ttb .tI:_:ijJS:, co.n-r, of Gird n i.d I)trYII... /ox, should rective. prompt! attar 1'jtfO! with the supposed! .CiiliOn.of i::plitjjie".:,:'22.jl .. .!*. Pt'-

e ,p'f 4).. in'P.fl, :.1l positi4.. ,"'T f.: straits, lad Ii ij. -it toil to tijn! orsoat burly will rtceive # r'rsnniiicjarieFhortly !iiH g?tt1ng .abDaril., a seagoing: vessel. At I . '
t .'T..'....y.hi: .. nl hir.s.'t. .:n..J t t wllt 0 toe:= limits with Link ofw (\ J>. after '' the .time. le Bras: .It.\*.years .old 5'fpeti ,I., -
1 't:t') .....M,Ir:.*.,. \, i .;aBfJIYgL 'tn\Tuflrt- hud gained rally 9 o'clock lat Light a geutUmau: rt : incheSj :.tajC weight ;Jhlt\ %.itJ I' .1' (1NI:1L\ 1.1.fTheEquitable\

!-t+ Ikt \t" pI : t $ \..' aurl'h : pounds. Brown hair, !light bluo eye?. _
fill the
-rivtd at
heavy epost
resi ted/tleroi
\1... \i j by t 111" and -: rf-I
snail frecilcd! faco. heft handel -
:o I : I n jse.
r: A' t : .. of skin from hi- ;, .
both the and school Mardi Gras festivitio'boxan i oil ) several inches
J forts to aupprYu jj 11.. I .,,, I but \\'ritc3vilh his rihhJ.JI1.:; .
i" d or Un' P :;y have pro- yesterday under'l'ry favorable' Trucks hud no w amve-J. ,1T bu" IJe! I I knee, be=ides iLJarin one tf 11" ;i Good .education": active and indus'jrious. .

I ;J lintel fur ccwp..urJo attendJ.nref1'1he conditions and will continue today I Ic1osill llitues rtt'd; furiou-lv bctwccifithejt J ,; I: legs badly.' He ii abe! t'J bs around Particularly anxious to ,reach 'I'1 Life

t public schools i K- fog J" -" .J t J:1 I hay to recent deaths of relative Assurance Socuty
i igh\\\'ith the pl.ra4..WIb.;, ro.. .ano letting ana wtere,'Vfiyparil: i however, after iug; had the c< r- liimowing
i .
"" ..., .. .
bloomer girt tried conclusionson we :tte.gromiet i is to be one....6f. the' to Vf-achOSitrTe; 'in acjcbunt Ii itiwasi II" !' vices of a pb iciJn. The attention ;| Of the Uoitid Still
v? 41't > *- J One half the aloe reward to person )
.the iliamond with a local team at most brilliant conceivable far out dtrtog' necessary to throw a lot of watt'f.1! of those in authority is tiled to the sending information leading toWs IIKXKY ii. HVD:; r,>unir

St.. ,"\lIgu5TIll: .one' ,f-&Qt dayvlast- week l 13 anl. 6 :anything ever' Before seen here. and wbt't was not burned .was badly: i bad plice". I location; the other half to newspaper "Strongest in the World.
; were 'eefeattd"! i.> to. : c ---. .
'the'weaker yesterday and 'tO'5ay bas daniigt-d realer. f ) in which this notice was seen
by rTtie
tL .
ia seven Innings. I Nearly roifeiia HU 1 if.- -
IJl.rtectJ predicu-H byfcr: .*Rinhemeyer r Ito II by informant. Kindly send marked
.. been a* flreffleri not up theirusuul
t almost ending fatally
A runaway WHY NOT
I BeWi ti. =lro.NVw V' "*' THE BEST ? 3GO
that C2ta
Ii Id'; .t' copy.
i- \1Y. rq'the!delight.,, of the great I flre-fiijhtiuij: strength, it seemed started a t ornble ulcer on the leg of I .
at :rkt X. J. mrrtt have "w-** Address A.V. HENRY
11111 number of strangers in the city. The in combating with this tirt. the J. B. Orner Franklin Grove, !i1.1 .
.. 'r w: !
"d J II rll"'I,1!
I n : Il '
npotorman hall only known that (' r' Mardi carnhal has come to be rec- delay in g' ttiug water on cehain. For four all remedi.s.year it dtflt-d Bucklen's all doctoisand Art.lea I Lxehangeplease copy.. i THE>> f 1'1ERGTS>>

P WheelswoiilJ slip on ice. !o>;,Liz{' as the holiday of holidays! ponioui: was, remarked upo niT'ViataVnrabfy him. I
SJ.lv6.had. .no trouble to cure I
: .' : : -. : I'Pett$acqaartj! : H alnivst entirely given -\ by quits a. few per&fftis.but :: Equally"Kood for turn Hrl1i-p", 1-V.r Or Sitty Vrari. Tn1lNSFEn

li :" .. ,'.It ana that MR?. WtssLow's to >'fIJU1Q TK\"P 6fctwcn .
learned .ilps. EicntW.
: up to fun pleasure. it. ; som jiiexgerineeU kilt Eruptions and !

i t .. -...' ".: h: ":::4L. r. Car' : : r. : : : \ ,- .- .. : melt wt-ie i;C3' *arify prytttd A. D'Aleuiberte's Drug N:tire., 121 mothers used fur for tbeir over eUiUrra sixty year willIe by miilioniol teetbtag.ttb'perteotsaact Having been awarded the it,
\ :: : ... (: :i:1:! r;; The Demccraey of Death. Sooth Palafux Street. jfor carrying Hie 1', a. :Mad! t>
into service.Sample ." & 's. Itaooth"t toe child.t Hq-. : 'N; T iiJ' rand
I & pot Post '
C 1\ --- -
:, ., 'Jrl"Ch the ...lIaYI allptun.curtswiadvlcend
..;! e _," "-': -' :." 1 .h'.. lore Is n o.rrrfroroe/funer:1l-urI. 4 ... -., .. .. -, ,--. ,-_ 4. 1 "" -KiLiTABV lAfWWAR'RANTS.: lathe gum beat run'"dY lot DiarrUces.! ul-otLetxclusiveba} ::: n vi
tion"defimed! 'i' the grave of a'tie:1] bottles of Dr.' ; : i Ifge Qn all truing eDtuill? '
|er to Minister I:ow'n. Uwllt.rcllw\'e Ua [Dur lttttengfttr Upp
i't4 ceased congressman: John X. Hums J Jly ; oot, the !treat: kidney{ -er "diai.!.ly. l Sold byi. ) .ugggtp ii every piijl'nhe'world ; and we $rtPnwtihuuld f@: grPp:m(1Itq traur.'r fi! ..

tl UN .J .t. J.. JasiUs! : I ctire i i" tit1 ;:I'ih"t; 'r" "-lrw cer.ts a bottl O.trlrlridt'Rs
at rt"K1l)lcrribla i l au i ; :! 'I1:1: .)ljit.i. ; -* ? |IiLdJludder.reuv heloti'ttlatrd'herZfloluhhfe '" : i 00'"P.tD. prr'; t : 1) : tr.1..trstJl tlty r
ii"ifcnrtcTrt- I f&veyeu ie'\\'hth"rJ: "n.- '')1 fee"sur-i yio'Lar rt'u. WiVisluw'&8wD.Vtjsr -- r1y1131d
tire death-all free ,
3ecilenL Ncrrarkl-; ).. "Jt- tJ l1 !ltffflli =
d in ,' i' -
Ig 1Fl u. 1 K. KJ G1:1F.; rap: a nd'tte utJ tiiht'r kind.'TO .
r il 1 Thur.Wiy'.J.1rfn1EYrafaoiledt: men are at least equal. There IJH' .rtceivecrjju.. .? '. ,.. '_ I JHI '.v'" 'J:.itf-a'* City,. .Uo.Tou ", ..- .... ... .. ." ,"t ? : ** .r
nftthXfraXklcTJKJr SutiannoiCprftrW, :: : 1 .... : Cbil.luiLu. i
t t s&1igM'r : !hisserr! stet -mufiHk gI I : -
alive in the republic! of the grave. At i OTOE.W.'fes I UUn SUBSCRIBERS.tMr. : "\\(0 t9iso f'nqdti a' F 't.f1 iipy ,
train eight
fast killing ,
! express can g'tt 'l/ ,Ur, hoiefurfu.shcll [ (; -Jiiul ;o
this fatal threshold the philosopher j : JQ. i j.un. .Ju
oR'n chil.ln ;i and seriously injuring Pabfox fur Jfcurfiktnatffil I ivi'tft today
No. 3v :South street ? complete' '1lII1ehilltnyawd furuiturcai 'jfr'i:* ,1,

'+F d,41j nt_..y ...JI.'r:;,,, ,rh:tliu W'yl'ttytd''tfr J 1:1I : ,,rl'I.ifrTi; ; iit-a>o li-\vie;* / a dIhriVd sonss.of vjf'Jt VI,, JWIJcl.H,- i* Itrepaledto I I elegum furniture at Mar- ctarge i"f the city circulation...vt'aT.p .of able Price.'fetephon4vpur. c =. x ,( .

l d raut' with l icy rai!; l'n ..ttljhc \(iq the poet arc slieut. Hives relinquishj I Jo a ftrst'Cl.i-Bi.j- THE'NEwr He'1IHI orcii' r> r:! 'To',
you moJlot'f'tt' ; tJke..nbFCip.tit' ; >
thd'braSe : eo.-lris. .. and Iaz< J1list r\'' j. ,,' 1 I ston $ Oidna'ii on easy payments I <.uVJf yr.'KVibre>. I'tu.!tt "
introtrjil ,}
u by I :,,:1 1;' 'l>rlcr.l v PI..c..2t a, and cull.. t all accounts.Mr. '' Mr- 11. II: llahniuk'li': .,
..- ....... I} r I. ... .: I" ) I TIft is r..1I1 n.S. :l :,.r: tlurtyiLt ; I;"" '" !weekly or monL il-y. 0 .,. Phonefit: --

'.[ :t esu .'n.f' .\.a ti1,1r!! r Cr\',G \f P\! ? ," ,u1J.l I/IJ'1rijl/ nltl; .i/ jvraf5r Lila\ i = i':OITY TAXES.i t I ., Wet't"yrit.haall .lar !e exptrifiife ,

F cola.wtatctCulle;;.;..,; ?... r 'a.xrH4::1!IUIi17j 4:"TI .<,iro..lhrtrkiesihis. iisitr>s, ,... .., 0. .. '. I FOR LUMBER a, circulati: manager of : MERCHANTS.. : TRANSFER CO.JfAKKY .
'!tg c I1ci.chJ.irw:1.R: I'4 ; CRID i .U'a ur.J lUttni'iijW:: i js ae'/Hiitti"iI l of bit* uO-1 i" .1.11":1'- Call ou IJKF.KMAX: U'Mlsr.It i.,ire daily rTni' d will. m IJ"t'I .Mlty.lf.HlIAhLMARli:! .

-R1 a 'h 1 h is fiMAllistCG 1. W.3'U! ,..:)at !! Tirfte t.eiir! ;" M"! fitrfMtTi : Tsl\lHJ ('I.tjrUI, H "i..h i to .;+top '
v .
I : i'ir>. ..
COor etiijiatbefor"; : pl:> I IHK NEWSrvjc} of the pups tkf IlAl.I.MAHK. True
o w i:tc ti'J:. it, ?!.ul. 1> ,at ) t t r.J W H I lF ..1 $ ttij;"itl''f.r.\J.' !I'f. lic.. ft: r'iiis'Lt-:.-:al J nfri'i.,..t{"ri111. :lt (1111' mill t1stl' ordf fur lunh'r. GIG 1m, .
,. .. your rs ,
ttSU'S '. .. riorida.! whosl& ; II: : v.11' j" : ;: t' acmry tn ill L A :: I: It. ( i. .I'.a: I'.t
( .trtnu.i ( .-. tl"iworld''"'';: h ,;". utdire +.. :...: 1:'", 1ttY. ;11; 'I''''.,. .
r* 1":.t ai: : (" '.;Cia\lii:.)'zlrztlnr : l,'(-''I I ar3aAtrt': '? o" Ih, .:.tcitn; tjuh.; 11'I It' ': :.. : : llcl11IL: TIXf, tN. I Hot Trrnrh V/afflnB hit ,
,' : i 1ori'ta Gall" :". Try Gnu thcr' Candies! at
y trs. r.-c-IMP.- LJ.f'r! : ris t l/ou unr "gnifcd Ii ,l.III l. I 1 I )11 up .g mi:
I-e. I'.ilnl.f ," UIs Tr\ C'Itttnr! GoLmlJ1 R.r :1Tnun'y .
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t -jtyV1 1b,:l ,\ :u.N'( :l"t .'!'" .g$2, ;- \.1 wiCD139L I. will! :rurprie you-Try'lt. '
uKo ,- 'p..1. ":a l".v l"i-' L4r lQa26 vGG 0 M lite i # : t1''
1t : j'i-nc l i r i it'-d! 'In- uh 'qual) di-i-: t fbi Or tntil aiChif: iltioV--.ill .nll'i-r? i; .,

i 11\It;. i' '11 J'l 01 w-Ml'-'L:, li'-m-r. cnciiy !a_ I1ri',
'V / U '. .r"tJ r'ftt"l -iinf' i< 'Ii'l.h IIi .i.ifb: !
{ '''f'''''''''' "I1'1."u rf.f" fl1''I'J 'r. I \ ... "ve' '
XiSg' : "-'oU'. :iJ.' .:. ) y.-A.T-jii:?: r"! ""*'.;r: lt1'.Mh '. u3V'VfyA >3J> Jtylq, .J'i; ." .a 'CZ C'J pA !iI, .01.: K' IJ lint d'...- al!' \\'holc''ale and '
r'k llr. itr; t.a, lu I I.e: ,,")t Couiniuhur, lUa1.e Jrrl ';;t(t\tiIliwx )::r caylt' a"rrrr. tT. .7 ; I' t! i i' 1":1: I ..,fbr, tt.-1" ;: W.. tip..-I rc,
1:0C3. OCea390a0006La,4iat7 Ret (;
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.1 t !l'!! : .ir.iimit there has no deft'ne .. '' : 4'!' Hi ii.4i d Tl.: u -'lIm IhlrJI'l\"! ,
t; quick ji-r; ,b1jn.. JcJ iftq'ttnt the The: mmhty! capttipluuttimb I ;Mct 11aviacil'li \(' OO3e0at11900W0344ao93t00an ..A SPECIAL... -1 i 1 1" ctUirJi. all Uu him.: '
0i I, Family r alicy' and
4' .truets aa : :* '
F ; TJie H dtU di. .isvt: illitltAulld "
ptri.v.: -Hurida huU-x. I I';alike the victor eats- the vanquished.! .c.aii.--.,.n'.tzicS.Id. by Ely UroLb- ..< Groceries, .*

1' It would be a better plan for thepaitp -BirmmIJaIlJ: tier;. i i IBLL0P.PAREIat i er. &fj Warren street. New \ (Jrk. j I !
"t7f goljblo, up.l>ome"of ("he"trusts | i I l and All Kind of ffp-to-datc' : FCe.a .
and non'-"pnlias.! .'Adrtre is ( TO ( {'H\-; .\ "-\v FOR SALE ;
r 'hC:1l1.\\ : ..c HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR THE ."'..'* : \ 1Iale'F'l .
but cheap clap trap will nut .
.t Tate L firivi" I:Jwrnoflu"IIrIl'1' All .
i rid- for the brttfcl; fifMondu .
'n the councils during the com- druoIlIl'h.r..I'Jn') .11.r. noi.-y it it lulls ic
I ,run. K.; iUroTf'a i.!aalDc"e.U. : ou lucfiIjox. |i Mardi Gras Season Cutter; Hwpet Biome :MI, : ,
.. .
campaign. '.'.
lug I I e.- The Costumes Used in I f' .lI1iui tlPd ('liiiaxHi>ur'iJ '|yjiDelicat '
e I OHmluAm" .
s"PII. : r i I"
If some of our brother editors; )1, ,, t1i I f. tachand wake l.'oi of which/ ,
l- -Itt" are old bV-MIl lir"t-i--
a.d'u"aQ.'j.rulti;; \ til rl.JriJL: a- tike u.'Ito1r }. i ATTLESHIPS..r.I I i ) Parade. j Hetail Urocfrs in the ('ily.I .
t would! sped Italf: : so moth time in 4
woud n'' ui'jch butler lor oar stale. The' Ca'useHis Success.. o I 02.: fo I !SOUTH! r.\l.,\I-UN

I It see'lis .)'.1! of p.nv to I.e l..-4. .i,: ... ., "__ : ," ; Fish, Game, Fruits and Vegetables in Season 1 These I - .
costumes in
itur IIaily) 1Ce"e. ': i' t: @ ; 1 i').. are excellent -
-the |I' .lif.:: -al !put' !.- .1i.S thru :;:1 IniI t' I PENSACOLAPressTngJ31ub

out tin'! ; i' ir. ill .Il'aa. >;i \' atir.; ; 11:1JU noticed in a recent' issue' of i'the j i Served in All Styles.lDinin condition just?-the.

iL..C! : ,U !li' ,. ) '1 ;., I....:.. '" 'Press that mr county .treasun-riJtad ---- o. thing to. weara&, His Maj !
Ea.'t: : .-; .'.ii\! ,(>ile- .' alnysterious hold ob;the timber narkijl esty's Grand 1JfJll'ebruaryJ4

t Cigib; )1.1 trjh b;" l.1t.r. and :iit t' i} i i 1 i ti: Room for ,
never getting t'S than 17 dots fu 903. ire sell :
r' lh2t ut! roO) :cf .'I f.I..ld (wt-t11 -v will one FOR GENTLEMEN:
pet foot for his timber, and the!pub. :. : .
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i '.t-- : !i. .t.! or more to any person until
.. he at a loss to account foFsgyyaI { Iiadies r. :: 'r.y- }'.
,"('t'j,: were u/A.$ EXeIU
:- ''". .t ., r" ', K Js H o t : iVen! they are closed out- Apply I
luck. Some claimed it was jhitti1ils'goodlookg e, I On jDollar< Per .Month

The Chattanooga Times (Pom. others that itastrjjauso at')1WB to '.,.- I I. .

tt says:; "The wiat ment of f.!'". WitiiamE. I' lie was the youngest; etigon'. : BUFFET SUPPLl pAVlTH'CHOTCESt' fbFWINES'Lllfe'ANCl'dA CHAS.' Lel .rJ.RO.Y, -. .. .l'l tt v nc4apz\lfol+, llrtllr.:

t : <>irM: ;r hat no otlicmhcTipy if the 6 Clothes Cleaned and 1're.sedoften
cunstitnritH' \M Butii1ern"'onfed-\ I: f:*'rate soldier now in the tigDc r ; ;' S1. (JhainrMnBw. Iding Co m. as df U ,J... Your Clot! -
I sent fur and
d eracy is kno\vn-4t 4+e in (existence is' Ufcinoss..... .at. iJil. fport. They aral' 1[ ;' ..: 4 4 .. &'i rt. jtir EiiK( "; i&fXfit,
NtONtiOiNON01 0ote NeNNN0tda0N t10Y
,i interesting.; G Ainsworth belk I Cline i T--- j. *
yes -t u!: His success is plain tt.-Jall[
the dnrument was engrossed '
never ;
1 ';, # that no official copy; was 'ever made. 'ad. i is no secret. John. was a flStmJJSt !| laflss'Tlaii i, im a accfiiiy,
of the 15th Oonffile'rale eaviry:: \ I

There ought to. be' still; living..clericalaii l lti I:affil 1! by his con.luct. then earne1ij4cess : r'-S -I ': '; Your fflr jleatnea9.
T- :1-:17 % SPRING STOLE
} ; he is nomt't'lin ; with
; Jrairpl.'tho 'cousUusUoii, who I I : m.r.OITilE: IU tl".j. i I: rIIJm, : :GfR'W1N: .

'wonld w-n.i-niluT f'O important a fact --- COLLARS -
; .. .. t.w
i i. I\t3rnla.. Feb :!;I, 1"/-: .at :
the formal1nrr iKRniont' of thel. vJoiM OPENING '
)aa- I; 'l_ ., t'T'-
t1t .'.constitutio'u.ou "parcIuwvAt. Of course : ;. """Chocolate
I3 & It! _. .. r !I with
t c historical itm. more ciirious i i j; / /' iU .. .
isj ; \
tit p : Whipped Cream at Soloman's. .
j 1 Humors4fc .
f, : ...
l.iit t 'IIorlh the 1-1 \ %
than imjmrtant: < ., In. \ 0 I HE'R will )j. rilrol'tr ill : _
:.trouble i required for soitliim it iffl- '' J U MEJJ'S' WEn 5 r-Njlt; Wai.r.. F.Hcv
3' Sin \
: -
.liltely, bn" .wJ. 'i r'the tlicr.1" I' impure. mattersvhlch:, the ', ; ) (:IS2S25252525252S! $2Eff.. ._ : \ HIH\'I'.C"PI4! SlurredEllfcrts :
liyer kh1llrrl: .,...... al-o will jold: rule thi STEAMER
Ea x an"Jofbtro5van :u:1:I : -.- -?- ; SCHEDULE

} i ,'.Th'e history of> mju-h of Hie prohibition l. not take care of }without help, tbtt: i ij:Iq "HEYWOOD'S" c i Sprii'tr.All.thesp fact the> :tatFst ff alllpncticaltyl"are fffect' : in ---
k movement that radical stint an accumulation: of; : ...
shorts ? found in t.ur Stock of '1eI" 'I'I'JlII'ac';';
' 1' laws may change the placw and teh l'; lJ.'ht.y litter the whole sj'stctn..I'illpk's .en-... 1 ;: ) Co ;'brntcct.. en a and llIlIIn-B"a

'I 'methods ,,'r' belling) \iqu.1rs.. but not' boils! eczema and --T-; :$ ; -SHOEti-$ 07' BUHERICK PATTERNS. Items 1I.lIy Jlcr: ;r &h-.
1 ; .* -. ,* .-, -. -d. '
the atnounf. ;'It may.'also: _compel) theiI1Wc1Pt'T entl tions, Io-s oTSppetito, that IfruJ l1 i The Pier of all.$3. 0. Shoe*'! Unequalled for Comfort, Darahility- i. The March; I'atrrus giving "CITY OF T !

( .\t"" .ro chane' '(he kiwis 'of -QltJin! ;, bilious tnri. j11ts'.of, intlfJ;;. i : and WorkmaysbJp. A Common Sense Shoe tvt C-uuinoa Dense:; ", .. some. iiidicatio'4prinsCJt.vl .cl ,preyalliug, .Milton 6:30am !,of SiX

1 "drinks and iMiustiutte for'them va- Jr"ffU dull headaches anti 5 ieit'ultes ,. ) :Me D. :; "* are unv in;- uPfavrrolas::aem Ar Miitc1i>_ 'fi:<4 (
' ;tk>iis'po: Isms' ajut 'qar ics.'Jn other .f many ... 'I --- When n( xt yo'u cori)*> to qtirt iareeueRound! rIP,
". : HffiLdilC to him. = S tl '. :"; WE8" $3.QO'HAT; =t vj-it our P+per .J'attern, tlU. I
1 words the drop. tstorP.and. ._the. grocery- w ''pattmen't.-irrdppd; it would

jirt "reJ'tlI11I1clt.t.' > the.J'rum: shop bad and'tttfpure ;If Ol1tr&j' ir fJ ri : You,oan py T -five* dolfarafo a' Hat* and.: bo no better. >Pats+lej."Fan. i. I pay you if you have t1tnhik }

J rorfcoti(5j4( ; 'ale ..used fort .; ; the,NPW Alpines! ,and Derbies.. JM particular: abont.stF11JFon.'U' tots Infi'nt1otf+. to nl1ek'ry. ; a" a pJI JEWELER! jJKfi I l J9=' \

sfld":mo"phine -- / ., Ha WP .- : I cial trip to tale core r' that
;! ose ':ce ogM rirrf itchQveii .fili. 1 wear w .. 4 IT...,> 7 i >.,
cocaine etc.t are ronsnnicsl in- I ( -- c: +-+:;.4 -- ,,: : -r- h -T ';: purport... : 'i .
.1 'iti }., of v :\\hiclgk; and',l"er<: li. T. lt htmhr t n\-I'rrn'm it AI:i I I : U ilver""., ''Geo. P. Ides i ;, "( old" : -" ANEW STAND

vI lynsoni (A ricatt"! Uhartiuiceuilcalasoariutioat their ('ffl''fJ-ar Ftrqn: 'tlicn.1. tono anciBWi3tQ 'I ';?; ,$. .OQ. r M ::Celebrated. Shirts .j .1 ';$I.lO.'J) \ I .cot's Big STORE; .. --f".J
ni-evanunpil- !;ta- jj; ,J6. tern/ L ; .
'Y y H.te ktile. rdR ltJa tI.R 'W..j1 II" thd'l o+t "f q'ialh"'i; rtiotif.1, ve tDvfd p jE'Wf! 1 r"
;tea "r tl 'iiniwrtMiuns.ofcoeaua'end ; : "I bid salt rheum on myhancl3 so that ;r + t. C-$orsJuid: .Wl iJ.tob l.h. Plittph od f I tlrj 'B ;-'V'rt' fionn-'f; L6"i-: t' D .213: euth't'alntrtsstrrer; I_ forr'1ttri et'7

,: i\10 ltl"ry : !1;.! J,!! 1 thkttyhoiett : coud n_' \\'dtl.rfV'fP.t! 1'5 .:Sraparillan : : ,\2"rl':: 1Piltb3tP1.avanta. w?il.aj.:PreHl/abl. > ; :" : I' 'c .1CQLa, F'Lo-imt: ; pied by IsmT J it "
: o-ha-reu1rcr ; -- ?
memin ..Yt tt seer t"1ptttoful4lincarl 'j ik dIqce.o ttger h i!.:uy., 1.rputimut1te ": : i4 .
:'!uri..stnd ,ibseot Ui"f'r I M3 fill Ceimres dira'I'I ;,.oa.+"eU,$1.I&i! ;Kfaii'j.'F'-gsrriryngyi: : : MIP. 'U better'utt ..ti nr. r fl .

$n'p'fl,t..nA-t'fin""i 'o//, (ltiHlr1&. j I I lac 0 EROWS, HumforJ Falls, Me. : : .. dreatbzrgainin4L mooJsa'L. '
; n M Qd:$ S1"sapuir ; ; l gWsJ.a&8.FORBE5.: ; 1 jew lrf.-f'tc'.='CaU- 'ht'
Tbr't ftrSif i Iri iiSey erf thr e drugs ha'e1t.l'bl' : gBa: : : lo rlCTia."d 'y" Curedff ana
: : ... cure and keeps tiie letmecgp.incefotz, .
\ I"U :.'.: 1.J.: ,1,1. v', .... ... i,...i\h1. I ,1t ...p r promise. : : --.... IJ;;. ;':; J'YS 4UJ Ll.t .tight." :: v- J.J.-.aTEEHE" 'd.


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1tFyk: ? 1 UHffI r 'l 3. J.-fOSttEE.Ylce-f1uille"t--' r. ;,e c.: =. "j. q.... J ,- "I f 1" JOHN PFEIFFER, Ass' Cashier.OP tr .-

I r', BOARDIUCIOUSESI "1er 1 'l C-AN tf Jlki: f l Z1, tfl i

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1 tte rlr b 1f I Cr r LDREnlGTION I Ii II i Designated Depository of the Unitq'd 1 KtatcsVf l

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1 Condensed Statement at the cloe of bosineVb.. 9, 151. .'
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I ..11. r ui.iv ..has. .bt'en .'"rsilKtfta.x '," : apla'r'c3:: retiiaike d" ails. ih4tyVftdtwgathelJur'h j Di-couut*. .. .. .,. i. .. .. .. .. ..A...\\6.\I.J..t4.5 tpltdltoe.; : .... ..n.. ... ..,9 .. .. .,. 100; J 1'"

... ,' ., If".t "f abon '$ fUJtl.'flrd..:"b ; : : : ACCOMMODATE CARNIVAL'vrsrToss. !- DewlliCl Loan'Jverdrafls. -. ..... ... .... .... .. l.)._, j r.St; :-our'll1.. ; .... .. .. ...... .. .. ... ". ...... .. .. .. :0= ".

'.. ot'rr iIw I fact 'flied ,' l .. .... .... .. ... .. 1.1l11l1': FlalJfidpfj l'Hfit; ....t. .. .. ... .. .. JifO,1II.
::1 .. .. ;Mr .t ,. !.ttra'd! ;iilr1'li! ;); :f lew -b'iWv'iliaVffe'rii' ; I 'J. S- Bonds and l'rHlJinm,.. . .. .. . 4Gttidr'7: t' I'u'IlI"n. .. ..., .. .. ..... ..- .... .. '. 1"uMOli.VS ;

6i I, +'i't'IUItTC'ltut .li'!" )fAItt'ljn\!: : ,. rJ.tP" :' .i \ f.ire't;; G1; +7q11nf. ), Stock-ecuntieaetc:: .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. :f..t.2;; I ui IliciderdUupiid; : ,. ;.. ;.. . ..,,. .. .. tSO.OO '
( .. C : : .i' ":urniter Of al Fixtures. .. .:.. ..:. .. ... rt.71Y lK Lelweit ... ;.. .. ....."I". .... -'.... .. ...,.. ; .Iyt9,81CiiavidLliehkne -
; t t.aA < '
W 1 .,yr, mJclitrB-e d It: For the.iDfsrmstioa o r visitors who:! : ; ... ... .. ...... ..., : :,1.1 oJ.I)21 '

( Alt' I t'... f 1 1II :! Carnival .. .. .'tt .
'' i "" \l'.Jfrd lcfii dthiix' ent>ltalrtnett durins j'ock. j 'J!
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Jrt\ F II Ii" v a U U '
a) w. A +4''ilt( TIt: .'j<:w-::; ;-.t'ur JY uttrnoo' it \\ "The News has piw-urrej'thej! Total: .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .,:. ..*. .. .. *rflli2.: .Ul .1'utfI.'r. ,...:.... .:.. .- $ l ,J { .

l..e 'f .(1//lylMt! .j,1IS J.lf lt d tt,' ..";........."J! t'>Zo41..A1..ilt. /! .+t.rl.! that D.Jt3J !oLo'sr.! : l-t '. c;..i.iicl (* .'iHl. .Iie. "J 1".
'w.i1'r spcbtfTe'rates, where lirr't, t '+,it", n 'a" Mnrn"i ; hots ; -j ,nvc biiuees""pf'> '

lb f' +' l i i t' rjl .i. ,' ) :; t .warrrc.. 18Pdv''set w/(i ', t board and. lain:' ?' way: Le procures: j jil 1 : 4 PIER CENT INTEREST PAID ON J TIME DEPOSITS: bl"

tJl I ( vci.uaU Hotel, J. Kryger. prox, .
air' tro11,1! 1 nital Oiio ;uOc; cacli. _...:_ -- .- ----
f -- -- -
-l eb.. .
,. tU J : :tQa1r.. :w I tt I i I C "f! i r.-> 'uli'.a Hotel, 'X C. Tm'aerlake, 1------- "' cowwc. H 11 -< "
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t. < I'I j i mgr. G'J persons: $2.50: per day and up.Comm'rrial I iJ..t.. ... ... D... ; ---------G. h. & t: U co.r .....::.. "-' ",
(" 'IJ c eJlary >! \ -'l-n : tj
: i J qam \tt< a lln.--I J.8\! II I 3..u"u ( J'P tP..fnjoyme&j;I" lout 110 Ii Intendn- : .

-t.. jrx'""'" M:..>lTi'V-,f'r.tfvprf-d.: I+ 1 lit- went od r tOft"K.tJU I- :r ..' what -*J,uitdiitftl ,!|U,j cia per day 5t. ,aconmodalion hoard antI l lodging;for 20 at $a !I a .fiu.S8 EAST a KCMANA jj e T En STF.EET.arcs : En.. : GREEN WATSON & CO. \

K : to 11gId tU--J tj1nOJ.! (} :
z M I n.of ? ( thtti il National Hotel, 120 n. Government ,
,0 a W.1y..L1.. J '!lt ttr+IM left .i c..rrf n;. f o :tbf jiea1rl rfan +' bn6 !ij j st., 14 rooms, accommodation for 32'I : / Wort and Ktfinisking furniture a [H.o H.-r [\i :;

$1 to $I.bO day. No Specialty
t.Ti..( 2Ib .cI.t.P!; wa? :lrpet\
to :!!* F' ?u-reme .c urt.! That + It "uld !llt> hive lrJtU mote perfect; Mrs. C. F. Burgmayer, 300 N. Al- New Goods Received. !;) I

mal "rtt'd tho low r court.Asufla'1 ar.lj the could not haveb9ea caniz St., accomiiiudatlon! for six.! D "
in! prediction 'I Mrs J. S. Amos, :241: 1:. Gregory St., R. K. WHITE, I 15LACK 1 SILK AND JET DRE-S ORNAMEVTS, o(

Tt, the hiRhf't tribunal : more, correctly stated.. accc.Ilmotlton! : for two, $1.25; per day WitchmaLrr, Manufacturing Jeweler s8 STRKKr AND Ol'KUA yHr/DFIN: I.\I>JES' GLOVES.

the '.s i was sought: but the THE NKWS i if I each I I IlIWiONS.K I
: Iu this onnection I FLKUANT NECK
I ,I .Mrs. Annie Wood, !942 E. LaHua sL, and Graduate Optician, I fp
advert; dt' inn 'f-CltHehy practically plo a'ed 'to state. that a very high i accommodation for four persons! 75c;) CARNIVAL RIRKONS, fiHIRT WAI T PCPI'UNS: \\4 I 4i

:! end 11." case>, and the.. : negroes .I istiodard of correctness- is; untedut i'i : and $1 per day. Ilo( ns only. 11 south PiUfoi St.. Pfnsirolt.- Fla. i, LaDlE AND MISSES' LACE HOSIERY.'rh C } _
; ... ." Mrse. Emma Cordon 116 W. InteuL 0
will ban! :-os.!t\'A the '-rftenc' rm- : tie! local weather. Observatory" ilurhi \ ileac-ia st., accommodation for ten per- lldllg's, tlie !!Sfsor. {Ie. Tllh KK5niMN: (; ItrK 01-' Ul'lt kLadies'
rod by Ju.1-e Maxwell. reoi iip of,Dr,1 ;y P1t nleyet, pi I: sons, 70c per day. Board and hlging. ...;L ,. .. -. -, I "
f'i5 :: i iI dV.. II. 329: H InU-ndr-ncia St., I u '
1'hm'ere nrJ&iiAlly'-ftliDit.: .attaxe C '. n '. j I'l; 11, acporr.modatloa Helton! for four persons" '. 1! '" i'i I r j Jackets and Tailored Suits : .
Coll for Three Months.
i I "Better .out-ih! u, In.-that' humor A Severe t1
Ein.ur': ,' but (one recently < Hoard and lodging $1 per day.
jccumbsd! to ci.ii'umptfon vii the i! that YOU nouce, To" be. sure it's ouj h i RD.. Anon! 219; N. Tarragona!, st., The folltvun.r: cf I'.itesville: tt-tlf'r ,faun lnd.f A.tlll J.Nnrhi'm ':, : To Bs Cisici, Oct Efiamins l (if f Cost cr ro'ias Piir

., '.. -:-- :::" r.:_ j,a ,1 raY, wtr 3aL7te.:-1.4iw1'sburaapariiiw. accommodation for sixteen persons. ito .vu ?tory : 'Ilntlired for ifcf HP | <
c ";. "II. PMtrtxt' vTnrrj Board and JOI!;:ng {l.5'' per day.! I 'U''Jilivwith "i severe colJ.\ A dtu.- : (:) OUR CEI1TS' FURitiSHING- EPA Tf.EHT! .. .

.iny'rr.ore"pounds tl.m' Mrs. C. V. Uobitison, co:". WrigU i' in.-dTcine, :1|
\v w tn ,ji ht pietvired me
", THOSE BOUQUETS and Ua> len sU., accomiuoilation fur !; and u t phy-iti I i ji\n ?re-avoid! for use. '! I ij 1:1 eCJ'tlilW more cllmp1t"; ,dL 'fur.
\ lit I RhuJ..he' wbrb firot :; 1 dJ.Y.I' .
w four persons lodging only per tit I did nut f'lli'riVH. 'I thPiiFoKVii tried: ,

il j.1'Utur hsatrlih ou:;. :' 1. ,rrs. J.' Uup.Tt, 132: V\throe. Iiittndoucia1st. !: Hiaev acd Ttr: it mlilo .ei"ht'l|> Full Dress: Sii lirts and Neckwear fcr Carnival Fcsliv: iiizs ff

ti 'EDEt NOT SOLD .. accommodation for persons =t-s cur .tl-iae.' .KfutpubrtiVV. ". I .
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... '"' Loilzinx (ully.uc!) Z : A D'AlMifbirHGBAIIDllARDI-. '. j
.. I ; ") i
rt--i t.. I 'Irs.! Heckftitb: 214: N-Bare. ::1 'r-t..1 "
; _-.:.- ; Remember, Our Shoe Stock is Complete[ c
A Cure For Lpmptg3.1v'ttnof : ,. : ".: '. ,i ; acoomTiiotlat'bn for- tvo puisms1Iodijin 1, : P :

Aiatn-r-t, Va.. Mine Hurt Ttinbirlako at Hot I I :I Mrs. ?Julia only :Mooneyllo$1 per
For more than A; year I'suf- cambia! wishes" his CI H.d; to : sty arcoinninflaCion"; for fourprr'rir. I i'

from h. uit) t.u. I 11 ,ally m-d II i uuder-tand: that: the su all vlolitbouiiiU \ ,. !. Lodc'il! ? only $1 per T.a\-: : : GRAS. BALL &co-2 '

,ilj rl tin'; Patti Halm and itJJI' which were ?o highly! !i I' Mrs: .\. N. r:"o\\'h's\ ; SO". W. BIin rst nt I I I;.1 GREEN WATSON :
entirn 1t'1i"10hich' ill' ., a.ftfffliKO'lstion) : for fourLcOsins 1ieise. :!!.!. -= .
p 1zet- bytrrratittrnkPrrpnrtlhw i : $l Per day: mVl 1 '

r runt-da1 had fade t'ld.I.! i. .ra tjot solit to tH'! norUiir. ...ahliidJU'eulii i, Mrs.V.. J.:, ';'laxuAA, Hi, $ nth :1.\1;.. I i ii ..ATTHEARKOBVTUESSAYIIlCaT.1; :!. .,.----------r..... \/. & COT.. ;..;. G.: W. & uu. -jer si.o ;
alKhrs "i ,+-didl rL"iiT pesons.
5 1 by ? i'' { i !": ;; for six !

] 4 I.. .. uutrd, bt; W'l uUis-, I-cjjiLn,; $1 per day.t .. I i -:

DcthhJJo1,1 :Mrs. J, T Jol.n-'on: ,':12: II Y.'rigtt In addition t' thlt ether I IttMc.ita .. ..
tribi4 f.r..I: +nrge= Ytl in \ny at-1 ..t"10 ."' { .10 ''' (!j..I", "' '. "
?: !"._ -: '-- j I 'M "t.; aTorrmc:!.ation for sis: persons "f tl:11: Crtli.lVMl tt.fll Wl!I' ; ..'tJv ..ry..u< ... f... .J > I i1b\\J t l.oil :l'j Si in r jbea /rrf'.d Matdi tins 1311 at Att.arc : \ .

1 '; TtDih ' hida<.i I IuPL'lrnl1Q 4*" : .-- auouTinoilat'n>"fvr *\\0. *'"--Ms=. !ilp<}3, T'.e'!>il'l will coiuiu-r.ce aU YOU tj)

: g.lhtrltlg t.o! prett.J J lowers l.I'ulgin; U'I''r'f +'. Z-; ;, o'tt 'lk'I, :uf ni.t tn 'purrffU' with | | ICE CREAM SODA e

self kii'HMu Ii iw enj'ijabis tie! i Mrs. :Mary r.itclr.e, 721 11 Cbas: .' fit, the eon ttinn: rx' "rci-',." Ht fir" fpf-rv ,
I. i arT jjdaOtjrr! ('*r -j- Ct*.!: lessons.Ix h ui-c :\ttd i will c'.:itirtnUuril: 1 a. ir. ,[ .
1 -n to the rf'nrl! \
tittle J-C'lratlM" ere
; i :h},. "i III.:lI<,r. 'r; I All! \pi-i'- ijxj'Tiri-Tuniix; Tr tcXt'C'*'t S-; imYLE 'S'ICE CREAH! AND HAND-WADECAi.DICS; gAT
from the C"il t r M: 1:, 1'. hWt.ut; fc'is'nfir' R.lmJtf k. j I tl> b<- 1I1II kV.-i. hit;' if you lire imtracket' .
; ._ '. "nt"L _. i < "" 1H'1Iilyh'lw. \ 1''
ARE SAFE aI'"'n'uC'I ,I ttmis four 1trJ s. I( why -- -- :
I : .\ (uijiuxittil tint I'l'i ,, l."ki.l. u +!;nr' p"r day. Til l><"tii inc..f ha* bKa t-"ur I I I '

I II I I I, ItciiJiiK, ,linl.! l.fiiSins: : ir 1'rt.irudine MrC.. 1 n. Smith. 212 TVUin 'tTfcr.iPioilation t. d. ard. .you M6 a tared. if u.I govdtlthr. :1' Trainer's Confectionery! |

I|: Plh.. \.u" ..1 r 'uu,1 > nur for six p '
u ..k;; .. o it w.iic.:. ,< om.y It 1HXU iMNl'MLNi' led to cure :+ir'i! Iml-jTins! J1 r.fl P"r day 1 tli" rrrjt ,: !, :
I yeti. : : M--S J. M. Donp2lj] ; V/ Govern The I'ryye bi"prt.ut ; : .f. FIR T DCCR: .ORTH.CF. THESEN bUILDING M
Pr .H... I i< \\l.: and Jutyn't..v I I io : aty and. all ol'j'ctfni L ,
I IlnPntit.ta. Unto from po-t jr.eo I .. .. ),
'1. .. _9'" .p'A: Ec".4Y'A'A.Ac'I.t"A. "
j .his+ bllihite.! had ,I ''two' fuifMnid fo.xis SLW:; pr' dana I I 11 't'"1t; r.-.bcr the duie TI'<,iaynight. .:;u.x.y.fY9 ... .M-&oVJly.: ..,)'... ..N ... .e'': : '. V r

._ ._, _,. .. _.. .
: '11:' itn Irk i'rieitlt.: i! Ir you want your ojjl C8 pnjtaj: 1C r.:1't OrlonsIt' :
..t reports tin: the ;< furnished go to Mar&ton $ yhr' 'trrtou'Ztihr 'fl.f (;.ft'.5( I FI.v'.IiqulI.CRl&tu: : l.Ai.M ken0d D. HALE WILSON

per day.I \ fat U in itIt'w f nh. It'M p're- ,
ill bo,its Hud etc- ;
: in ?IU- an
; I' i Oitina's.They oftltrt'r'r
I 1Tis II!,> J fill } .2of ; 'ne i r.lff'(1 fnl' triG particular' benefit ( t
11' fi. hhe cnme inw cd :, gant line of roll top desks:,,, .rect. one fJtol! trori.J t ipft. Lt-: ;"Ij from tn; il cMtnrrh who ar.

ni h Pll. felt Ior :the chalrs. feint 11i1u,,ls4. ..c..i J.liirlodate -. ti-ed tn an atomizer in tpraylnithedijem ; Real Estate and Rental Agent
c 'I \i .t : -((rut ofllce thrN ronWf*-'--"........-..,. -- I <'Ht mt
!in ,' : insr and xoothitii; properties; of Cream
i VALUE: OF OLD CARPETS. I .. r 'I' Kaim are retained in the new .rep. I IISH: South PalafuStrret.: ,
T*" '' r' 2thf Prlicilla arrived : t'Tha: lnbrt fine M nmb"4! th tl.c. ; aration. It docB not dry up the ;

\\i... iu, ii.' ira oho ird. Lewis i had How They Mnr" lie T MM! for UorilvnPo 1 I i Gfty i H al"7."nfpTi". M'..:Go'-looi I secretions. Price, i.cludinyr spr.iviu I TELEPHONE ,; 0. 243. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA 1 : :i

and Gtir. : I I at .- i ;': lllb.5; cHits. At turdrurgi .
b u f u,' by ,the uiack n. F. noFTWHlmm tHc IIItI! rtpf't ntilI I I II. them. t t' ;i' *I II [ it'r J.IBroth..r.: *. Warrtn

ttl:" i I ub...>ar.l the PrNcilli, I you lute stiu'iM its poNsihihties.! Tluu : I i vt :;. :J.t, street, New York, will mall it.
How: tai Wbltf'n Red Ilnnda.Bttlur.'a 'II. G. DeSiln S Co.M
ual iiiotho'lIHMI carpet jrhes oulI t i :
< a m
> -tilled in the findiuzt : :
a: : .of the I Ic curd
is. tll 1my a new on* for the best rw.nij f i ; DO YOU KNOW I
> '." Alifan\ Hpl'r, where I Uy trratiiH-iit. Takf an otinuf + i
+i I patient .
I take the .1.1 I oa e for the next UM ami : and neater in
j of clear b'inoj, an:vu'irc: of altnoml oil KEEKMAN LU 1 HIm CO. have : %
: "i, ifo lo-itiu uht of hii i so on d.Iwil.I'Ut tl.U! involve1 g ithoi! 1 1.
t.l.l--jliiN' of n li'inon nod the yolk of s 11: tnck of; dressed studding'I
iiutcliiLraiC seldom lif: 'I a Lime
_: I \i'tc or us tntfi I
< # : IAr"oi'i<> the I'all.oizl' {ir .hapTIlt,. rrtn' *'gu. I!<*at tlio.>(. biprwl.outs- ;: : togctU: .'I I joUtGet their price before +; Sash, Doors, Blinds ,

T '*' IL'tl sutlrred no great: j tr aril apply the mixture iu the h.iml; in d16.lm .
<-;int usually! has some goon 1 :, huy ,; I i
101.1 j I! "-t uiuhl!', Uli,;;iiuit ttiiiii,with'lil Klal : \'t::s -. I Shingles, .
,j .' and if llicrp are nuntii l ami ] with .
i which \hale bun \ft'lIl'1'i\ the back.KIIW I Hat French Waffles l
Mifliount! for s z
cloauMsl there will! III'
i I I Florida .:Eons Svrun at
: 1 bo\\lt'r nm. .thvay. a carpet withI i iius iI : j Builders' Materials .
to DrinU; )flit.t -soloiaon's :
I I rayihii:; says tie Vlilo I'mu, !
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One ru: 1's' milk i is tlii-j I --- -
AGUEETOR l :iLirninv::; to a pure (.r g IMHIs"irifolnr. ltlnl:; tn a.I'rMJllttO.Jt; lndrstlbe!, by i We liav'e just received offs Brick and Liras.'rolopllOxlo .i'",;
uf t, \\hii-h I
iut a purr Ihart"'
.....11I1, a'LJt.s 4; that .wlll'll Ilk Lu'.Ii Id JJi' Go-
: 1903 line of furo(1 'I
i won hI pi'oduci' a laia-y tTitt. I OVo. 11.

I It !b. ii'.t s> ililiiruU! : tj nosh a woolen j I nut sippul cf ctirdliiin cassia furiiunl ferment Ly of theactiii'i the ,' Carts with all the latest improvements. .' 't 1".

carpet as one \\\1'1"1 at Brit think and K-i!>!tnc jJie; i is deu-e and! tonji.! The |! Call and set V

-" -. i in l pat maun into' tnlt ovir oilo tile hy'on breadths". Tw'o'tnbs, may bol I: udduim; it, 1'1101'of Lini'valor:preriptUK! to in tlu easily. m'.licauMs dj: : ;, them; they are beauties:; GREENHUT & 00. w

--'- -. t-yAll_.Loji.j:,:...;>.iry../!'r ,J'-tiS! .Jlssylik-' I I pe>t.ihh'! 'II"t's> and tfnw; o\erwme the1Cisri'.iin'.fj I Marftton ft Quitta.Clr1W A. d
rrl'e! II.i\t ihf ti::u" half full of quite hot I i"m
fi..casmJ Dl8 : ? to a great (extent \ tahlsp".t -
:sL1il. u..iinf II'I'' tatih'siHNinful! of vimcpi ; : tr ( ) ICt.ft .. "" .
', I ; fu! of the water to e.ichns\ .WHOLESALE GROCERS
I'oMiUcly Curable (1 Tfi'lrJ": ;, |HiutUr tuciuh imllful (it .,,. ... .
- "'- !
.Ctcti'i t' for afritiitinti" u.v't.; : ;' ,V :httlo: r:;.ir vf milk may =, }ITHh.itiuernpratu on t; t ,
y tIi''rfUilUi( < !sJiK r: .
.. \Y-j'r..t'\Uo' bo ii.ilt--l i to comtt the Ui-Jtc of thelUaeuai.r /:; nor coaoln-ee of the P.ntwill I: ,
oil Ihhoard .
: ; t+n"t' ruh !t !if r.eiYry. Prppare\ ihe1HineAt'ir I II t :.,! .'..J' I-It". Ir.Jan !> re: ; .0.102(104 ICG East Government St, PENS COlA FLA. .
r '1I1'DThlt InrorjmrVfd fhe qn.1 !'! .;'tin :t tub fl>'ar wat>*r. Ily sp.JII-\l tor ,1.b.1 contractT } ;1
Ly 'J1.ri:1 tl'r on rotate b.. the crew of '1\1.1 yaw."1.
i" : them p I" it LcUncami"uiP! i -- I ,J
r stt;U tliT r_ fnlhv c.II T J. 'rHflHJ.lf.JI--\S.: 1
w.: ( I cl.'su sLK"d\ ; Vni; :::a) After alfov.'jnj;
"'f .a (h. .Ui-ariai,' that R | 'yrr'i inrI thi .y t_+ it may le l'assed W. tI. Kt'yer.t0 l.ap'fuu. I '
... clear nurqlf All! ART STUDIO. : OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine
-0:1.1 until pirleuily { I'.t'U:
it t" : : : l'un.Igbrre |
:111'r01Jri.ltr u11'h.\V Fur 4 r.:1; n"rlf'r, r"tf rte dry f.o .-- i ;
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a 1 .t:'\.11 I'usea MoBlirouiery+f ljawastui'i: st., bad>t 1 pltu. ;::It 'it m'y. J>j' lii''JK (ril'l'I: ;: t'nmllif '. tL.e \\aicr-into: bottle 'I j jJUow I w --r... NKIl'HfcR: the CHptain. onni I i I h1vr'rranei a tudio in room 9, I i oyfcter todiy. Try thrm'.
of livew !
'Tlldull(> V lug 1'Ul'r III t'I li.'c.Vh! l mri'"tlire, .+sL1I.l laP'a'rub'wd j Tar !tniu*, i iTo I .g" 'F.r not Alpha r.insieiKt-j will &*. Salisbury block, whPle'm give NIC APUbTLE. 1
itniio\ir: I.r *
". the flr aft(-rite l:rla'I! 5 .: to :" .::..r.<.'.... bir for debt .r."o.-.I of dra
\ nr tin4 4nnt; R"pica. i Bart iviiio\e pit(-h ,and tar-Etailla rub 1SOIH 1.11 my t'n !system w.1 '
..hflclJftn. \ ..1511..1 v.| ( Hot French Waifs with
.I j StSuaFroiicl: .oo, i IC"wI.1i Bre''d; ttr* stand for a Cap'Hin. I IU.o"ou"l' 1'iUck: and J
I liard on ttie stniu aul let it W. L. WU1K1I. inif-tCdil'd SChite"-1, .
,. "Sept ai. iJfii. j lm they! are m.t apt to dry as :, :,fttt:1rHFtt I II ,Florida Cane Syrup at .
it (tt"T turpentine and ,
I' < cr nor duly to Rll few ht\ ii'._ Sponge with I' : ali ji| Frrt rh. l'ri't"l puntiui t3olomon'
T I ?:Ion 'itmoucjHjJJijJLJ ... :
r--iwi = II
."nMr.1'T?; after a long ili- + nntil the stain is remold. Ifthe 'I s the cnptaUuwprr9 Nevipiper Magazine Illuetrat- : ... I
for -
J iiu- to the Terpe: of tt.ea'.r r 11 hon ttsilic theotd, /'at lu't color of the fabric should lie', ,.:Ii.:' nor contignt-M ifthT Roush '
if? 'III| be t1 pnll.l. ;? -
'-j+ t-.y lUe.ILio-t r.ntrj the 'orn'r:4:1" the o.rriu't. lay. I -. ? hilTerdale\
j.ntor: (
;> ,1I tat,.- -a tU.l 1 u J<-.. vie liT., h..t'" | chanced; punic it with chloroform, I i -. 1 isle. for d..lltseoou.d by ]j 1havet'in titlargeela: a'. inevety
t 't$,... :IrPL+ ,tciaatuidn'o .N .1.,. pr'";: .IUllS and the color will be restored. lilt crew! of said *ebsei!I. i DR F. E. BRUCE 't
i I
,. !:.v tn a sirui4'uoDsitui.oa i i'i: .t..lcm'I ii,' and j'l.iu t,> 1tltilt' wdakr WM.. 1.4th. town ifi O!'orj.'ii :and In m.nof: the
e a" .tnt cliue )U.uffi( uted ', ; : scourlar6el'irc .. .. -- I I'x.. 8. : !!ERhCI).. CaptBinilttbH. I s
,."j t went them. I'tolt faUna p.itfl.d placu-.4 4.(;jomo muter), tonIgnee6 : female: cqlli-g'1'nf the Mont, so) c9nniL Ha! returned anti re,nm>d practice.
(,'?> than lKi in 4.short time, 'i of_fiiminirherei: l y tvUllmt I I'cr"r. Rot rChoc late With .- -- -- ._. .r you' an t'xp4''itPCf of lW UY-
I "
.I+ rLCe la ILtiM.uih f% 1I..J..i. tJ "J r..t 'l.rr) varr ill Itwspar1 r.;; eLjr4T"' blo.JrtJtt"f's1. I. r five years In tL>> .studio will be Office y; .WfstOovernreat6t.,

1. a. Lit J.n. 1 4uwcKl.1ii it wa1 lac.cld.ll..M: TC.ultl'ii'Sliey i ; iJJ'.1 A. Co' BINKLEY de.ire!! his! friends fllu lid for choiet collection of SiilNb'ury, Building., :;

i j., hjllD: 1JjUtr lirotptl 1 MOB : atrclrauaHd the pruitws' lukon ami the public tC'knowthat') e has single .
work by a :
ever Te1opbotto: 14G.
.f... ru..1.... ..III1\CuIUdwatW..1WIt4 brail 1llJwt&lil-t.e.!b i I, tii. Jilt! <.Ety airarinrpicat P'D1U; e flnesl Jiiie efej tin;, silver Moved to Rog'm 50fe, Thlesen b'uild- artist crayon and an invitation 1s extendedto '.' 1
0" btttrc health than I bare I .not bo succesvi'ully c'.eansttLfor! re.Uijirir. o and ;lvt rfWKTBea i itn b* iiiK where ho will continue'as!Jieretcfore 1
1! I tot4 sepnltr \ : foe siuipi.: i scveepiniltiMit: /,'u lt J, fi .to;*tfti\tt1. Priced U everyone to wine and see It. My '
.'. Inuagre thl".'t'lll were iiLtik. ; a general law practice. term for !ntrllcI1f1il ale mnderete.UFH .. t !
regular all. "
t .n> 'lo"\.had l en kudar'rqturd Pico it from 1n-t.while a :please -.r.-.i.--_ ._ : .::.:_.: .. .
: ought tocuraMr kunw tha.t1 atoms.. .- --- MILLER..
( .
it o -
gill jsliK-e i
i fys or whipping : I:
e lOt hat apdai We-wrth-he wifly ftcrniturerd -- -
'i: "lftl\\">. I will >", glad fo I. ; I,

"; .Ua! U) inteivsleti. R. parties:l. \ "OD". ,>.. Cow to Ler theu t Ie Idrerlt: Rrneki1.. j dealers, fa t h& city .urhgcarIrya'ooiltpIEto1ne Q /
-. Wi'tty way to 1H l j thin ehilii(: 'n':' i of dtina dietetic valae. AVbile r
a." "."r.. .' 'nILt nr'ght'rt'fcpa'se'" i I. frjtkN: \b: rot off ttfa;Ul'm. lt'avtiiaa'E1 a find 'sideboards. i I pl..a"jnt to take: it I hIl'- ao; )Iuifla R'tItiG, rJ otdgr p i '.' : .,
'U atgA. but t; "+nt a' uf in! .IIer aeTU.1 Strip
t. ., : I'n n: put on tl l n.of foi.(i. -:.H bycf.NNUES {
I'uHon 1b 1 : > '
r $P. : '
...!.,-TIU rff kl.IDevt-''t;r.t\ ;f'iVo': ti i l'l" yr f.>f.r lucIs! Aste'qun ( U- fJf.&ni for i&ish. OT on Wtl LIFh.MtH ,i \.; .Fk ImO:;, (..i .f). .talafJ.{ St Iftt. ,, :: n

... 'r! lou'III c'.h..r"r'hn sae ln.t.4'/Hd' / ,' l' \ ; .,l' rrp( : ..'. : Wes the :I raie
J. :tutu J. -100 Co.: Ill\ r.t, Iso tl.e

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.... BEET SUGAR.It .
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DoctorsAre BY HELP OF SUb; -- ;!' 2'---;'J".'., --

t Was Born of France' IioUtlOB
.. :: -- Ask. During the X War Uncle Sam it's
_.:y \ healthy says
l \ Sugar as an article of food was not
[Copyright. 1902. by the S. McClure: tl .. woman
Company. \ what she would known to the ancients. Mankind has
f \\\ all
Here "Come, Jed; don't be a fool about Itow. f 1, sell her health always! exhibited the greatest fondness right

n ." +' \' \ %for and she would tell for sweets, and from the earliest times

"Sue, I'm afraid they'll catch us. It'stoo I II\ \ you that the choicest i the demand was supplied by honey. Uncle Sam In the person of ten of his government officials. !s alwsts In chsw

The shrank back in ."; yliaraonds in the world The royal psalmist sets iij* honey and department of our dl tiUerJ. During the enure process of distillation. after the rf fifty
risky boy "hb
could not buy it. What is stored in barrels in our warehouses, during the seven years: It remains J
the doorway of the humble brown cot- R \\\ use for diamond rings'toemphasize '1. the honeycomb as the highest standard very grain we buy to the whiskey you get Uncle Sam is constantly on the watch"v there from* te
Three tenth's! Services Given 1of material 'edu'sa. A laud not take a gallon of from Ire
1:k; the shrunken sw( flowing our own whiskey our own warehouse unless he sayS it's r<,. ,
t age. I : And when he does : t
that whiskey direct
\ say so goes to you.with all its STcrl-V
lt l \fingers, or earrings to light with milk and honey was the picture ness and flavor,carrying a UNITED STATES REGISTERED DISnLLFR'SiiTrfiiv"TEE
Free to AI!! Invalids' Who nisky! cried his sister scornfully.
up the cheeks, hollowed by drawn by the most ancient poets to describe of PL'RITYand AGE, and saving the dealers' enormous rront'C n ;;
"Who pulled you out of the airhole? 'H4 disease? an earthly paradise. Uornans of HAYNER WHISKEY Is the best for medicinal purposes That s why it is rrrfem-H
Call Before March 21st.! other uses. That's why we have over a quarter of a million satisfied
y 1. I WhoIl\'ur, lust his own life! for your ..r Health is the first requisite the last days of the republic and subsequently why YOU should try it. Your money back: il jou're not satisfied customer, Tt.a'i

-- I nliacrall211tt1eskin? Yon come along! / to womanly happiness. General of the time of the empire,

r.' A staff of eminent physicians and sur- i Still the small brother paused ans-: all-health in women lias its origin who were at the same time the most Direct from our distillery to
peons from the I'-tdCroso Medical Institute in local womanly diseases. YOU
fJW Ii and the
1 ious, irresolute glancing at the starlit Cure the diseases of the delicate luxurious epicures grossestfeeders
hive, at the solicitation of [
urgent A large
i the world ever knew and """"
end the SITU DMlirs1 Profits I
Dumber ot patients nadir tbcircare la-i his sky womanly organism general : Pnvtnts Adulteration I I"
:'il's health is perfectly restored. spared neither money nor exertion to
country f-lahlisliHd a permanent branchof I so light, he muttered "an" ma '
The remarkable benefits experienced secure every delicacy possible for their
tb InnTute In thucily. .
an 3 pa's likely to come home any .. from the of Dr. '
use taMes, no knowledge sugar but
The eminent gentlemen bate decided to
] "
.. Itimi: Pierce's Favorite Prescription roMied the bees to obtain sweets forheir HAYNER
five th -ir ervtciinli.: !y (n-e f.-r three Z WHISKEY
"\1\ hour )'et." Susan Pates 111 shod are due to this medicine's pert:
mouth (nfdicl&e txceptud) to all invalid famous honey cakes and other
fect of diseases.It
e xhocaliupoithem for treutmect betweennow little, fort tapped hard on the stone establishes cures womanly regularity, dries confectionery.

ahd .Mr i-li i'Nt. Them)|fct>r\Ices consul st her voice "I'm j made in India and
::p. ringing angrily weakening drains, heals, inflammation Sugar was Arabia PURE SEVEN.YEAR.QLD
of RYE
nol only coniulutiun tiiunlnatlon 1
waiting," she said.! anJ ulceration and cures In the earliest times, but it was not
and advice, but also nf minor MI leal -
TK opttrations.
"I dun't know!" female weakness."It brought into Europe until the invasions -

to .beonie The oj.j.-ct riipioly in pursuing and ptrionallj tliU coursej ac- Two strong" brown hands hot out r able M affords fay a me mew great words plea in uw regard to he to of the Mohammedans Into the 4 FULL $0:!!5! EXPRESS

qaaiutfd with 1 be tick and BII;tl'll.and un- and shack him lit rl''ly. "I'll gof articulated the menu of Dr. Pierce's FavoriteI'rescrinion countries around the Mediterranean
far no e mJilio mil whatever { and his 'Col kn \I..ltcatI in the seventeenth The
S barge
any a gropingly.That's .. 'ra. century. qUARTS.PREPAID
; )1 he 0111,1.-for guy rrvict" rcndt-reil for three I.i right; pick! up the to..N Icy Iij'ij-s: Jackson Co..I<>, "I was Moors cultivated the cane In the countries
rtonthitoaltxhucatl: brforo March ilst. i tcciptt'1 to try these niediciiiM after
thg:.I". diet; l rst. lIHII'hillll' of north Africa and they introduced We will
your cap seeing the eLect upon my mother. At send you rom FULL QUART BOTTLES of
T'! -ioft r- tr.tlI'1 forms of U."ass and | HAYXER'S SEVEN'YtAKOLU -
I' \\ 'T. Jedtly.( I'll curry the STW." en early state of married life I wasKreaJv"Ixilhe.rd it into Spain i The Spaniards RE for 13.20. and ..e will pay the express charges. Try it and
don't and it
ever't't I > perioJs you all right and
about ir;10. in their as good as you ever used or can buy from
". -v U' it rsa.". At til. fr.t lot-r- I j. In the shadow of the rock mapl-'S j'.o a troublesome drain which planted sugar canes anvbody else at any price, send It back at our expense, and your W.2U: will be
\ aa'horoughrt! .iininatint in .le. and. I! the t..o stole silently.. t;!I"II off the rea.iTe! me vrry week and unfit forwort \\ ('>>t Iiulian; {l'os! of knJ: 1 became thin Hirer If
any to you are not perfectlysadLnedyouarenotoutacent.
if .n,i. .,1bce"enrrrrankfyandkindly: told road by! the p:,.! ;.r-. ft'iiie.i' ::g :!.>, ; there v.a< not iiu;; left of me but skin spread through fpnuisIJm'rka and us send you a trial order. If you don't want four quarts yourself 14'tterlet, gel a t

J ..-?jihi\ "'daiiin.-iM-nilinij money for r,w <.! choUi'lu-rrii"! and 1 1'n.--i: hno and b..ue My husband became' into the 1'iviich province' of Louisiana. friend to join you. We ship In a plain sealed CUM, no marks to slow wliat's
d I alarmed and got me a battle of Favorite ; inside.
'ftl '
UI "" (r"'tt 1II'n t. the Ll" Ifliiini MIUHI'S b.irn. After The cane was the original source of Orders for Adz
: : to ,. 1 rllUn. he paw the ,Cal Col.,Idaho Mol'\. '.erN.Dienn-e.rtanwash.
'' ,; tnJ ftin:ic! weakness catarrh and 'jiff-i'ul. w.\v." \\ bifpi-n il the rim.!. wonderful eflects of that one he got sugar, and so rl'I1IIIIIlup to the time or Wro must he on the basis of tuart1 for --.00 bv Express
u # catarrt!'ill drabness; also ,"ncllI''l: rup- I me tau more. aid alter! lined tbo.oeup of NiiimlPimic{ wars ill Kuropo. The frepald or 4O <(aarta for 16.Oo by freight 1'repaiO.
bonding hi r lithe young form In '-rono'Iig there Was no more pam, and I began
tur.'. c >i.ri>,cifi-r nii'l nil >!IHSf therectum to in flesh raptdiy."Favorite .* of I'nuHerrt" blockaded Write
v.-.ttrl'.fulncss.! "lie's In the secondsts'l gam very ports so closely our nearest office and do it NOW.
are sitivc'y cured by their Ut' I i-liV Prescription" makes by the I'.ritNh: fleets that it was
weak omen strong, sick women THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
Impossible to from
secure sugar
Their chief lu oclate! "trg"oll of the lastit "\1'1'! Jed! hLud'I'IJ. well. Acccept no suLstiute for any
'tropical countries, :11.1al'"I ATLANTA GA. DAYTON OHIO ST. LOUIS, MO. ST. .
I IVn'tmind <"\II assembled PAUL, MLhN.l53
to will hem personal charge "Craul I ui> tin jour Knees. the medicine which works wonders -
I Elet, No. Ill \Ve-t t h-ne office Hours th! ,' din.! TIII'I'Tilt': )''II never for weak 1 the chemists In France and Dds! tiay, TROT O. ESTABLISH 18M

1/ a m t'p.. m. Sundays HI ft. m. to I p.m. see us. The house is rods away. Give t women. i commissioned them t.) discover som-' !

't me that <'lJi'-I'I." means of making sugar out of material

The track between the old barn found in the country, at the same time

I; WINTER HOUSE PLANTS. Lotrtls1E.'n'd.. "Chip chip." Keeps Off Atttt. offering a large reward. This proceeding I

It Is sometimes difficult to keep resulted in the production of sugarfrom i
"The raw now, Jed. I'll have to use WICKE&CO.
How lo Unix l'I.\u'u For the Home it." raisins, figs and dates away from the the beet.-New Orleans Picayune.

Tram linlhN. little ants and roaches but
"You'll l! make nn awful noise." inquisitive ..
The llowors that ( bulbs this !Is' easily accomplished by putting
nun are
grow "
"Shut up: The moonlight cast a NASAL CATARRH quickly yields
well suited in indoor gardi'tiiiij. says them In paper bags that have been Plumber Gas and Steam Fitter
profile against the gray wood-agirl's to treatment by Ely's Cream B lm,
the Now York \VurM. well brushed over with borax
Hyacinths In bare head the upturned nose, strong which is agreeably aromatic. It is !

all their pn-tty hues will keep in bloom the round Bet of the firm jaw the water nUll dried before the fruit Is put received through the nostrils ,

''f of throughout the winter tulips will grow curly mass of hair. To the boy It in. The little pests do not like the cleanses and heal" the whole surface No. S South Pre.lafox: : Street.

; 4 >tl with vivid color a< a reward for a little seemed, uncanny quivering there lie borax and will not gnaw through the over which it diffuses itself. A remedy I \J! Kinds 01 Plumbing and taa Fitting Materials: Kept on HJV. '

,x attention while tln jomiuil narcisFU shivered again. sack when thus prepared. for nasal catarrh'which is drying .
or exciting to the di-ea-ed membrane yt'HOVh ftf N i'C 'J.1f
and rnx-iis l'rinf linrliinKrr, The s.iw rapped slowly through and
should not be used. Cream: I
.4tyq will mMaU' I lie warm room for a sunMilne squeaki-d on a nail. Susan's face was Buying Meat. Balm is recognized as a specific .
thawt'tl earth awl forth It Is a most wasteful performance to
jeer white as her dark eyes stared weirdlyat Price DO cents at drusrti"ts or by mailA
y' t xnllluutdu..rsisfIuII.! her cowering: companion. buy meat in small pieces percent experiments cold in the head immediately disappears ;: F SAMUEL CHARLES

The pink and yellow primrose ?rows .Again eishieen inches above then have shown that a'' piece of I when cream balm h 'u.Pd. ,

will in sin ill p < nil }.'II'S graceful the next plank; it was easier now. meat weighing one to oue and throequartcr I Ely Brothers, Warren street, New ; i1 Ii

lost less than 43: York a BOOT AND SHOE
.; aft r'I'II'rt loa t-i'li', The pious were removed; then a careful pounds no j MAKER

; j 4 C: ll'i )Ll-s; n. uiiiur al f.i\orito I s i-ili-iieo, ["tcuit.;. per cent of its weight: in cooking, while I ,

t I in pieces of five to six pounds the losswas Hot Rolls at 51 m.. lOo REPAIRING NEATLY DONE
" : FniiLtx: ; ami ivy can !I..> trained tu throw I "I tail hit through, .11'<1. Thank WHILE YOU WAIT.

r +f their ;.:nuvful sprays: wluro\tr mo t i gisdnoss(-'\'e (tint so far: I'll call only 33: per cent. In still larger ; a doz., at Solomon's. l.....0700"_.iiI'.:3 Wholesale and n. entail Do-ilerin shoes, I"at11Pr.'illt1IJ! .-.
ditinsl.A Joints the loss was even further re
i if him
now. Sam! The low \'oitrl'lu
4M10M: BU.
lor I oIH'TIlI.uo SJ. I:I' I'.
'T ; dowdy I tlllt callol the \Vaud 'ring bled into the dark interior mingling: duced. c.m.9TORI.i: .

Jew-< so true to its name that from a with the sound of cud chewing cows Have 2YSSlgnatue 3
Mot a I'lraaant Trip. &ara the g
I1 few sntill cuttings; it will s-pivail in a and restless animal movement. E. ]) ?
It was on his return from a more G JfZ... : UlUISSOX t BROTHER
. ft-w works all user the face of the The juuug horse thief wrenched at rI ; ,
than successful concert trip that one of
earth Ilat surrounds it and roam at his bonds, striving to rise. OUNKK: : T.ltlt.GOSASU INTJIXDK.NCI: STUKKTS.
the best known composermusicianswas I I
; .' will round it1"wl! riNd or \AM>. "Who's that' with a note of hope In
I II ;
met in the street by a friend. Cleaning ladies skirts and waists Cealers in
r i I'hr -al.lIH'I1It1I11S should surely not II his strain voice.
; "Pleasant trip?" his friend inquired. I none of o"r gpecialties. Ktar Laan !j I
be f'liuiutl from a lint nf winter lionso "It's me-Sue. Where are you? try I
T.Ieasant drip: the musician answered. | $ Choice Staple and Family Groceries
:'t+ 1>1 mts. Transi-laiit thrum before frost, Ki-ep too loud: ",\rh. himmel 110! Vy. vhenwe c &
t' let their new sal hi'l just like: their old 'Over !here in the ht.Ul. I'm tied."
the {Best
pot down dla-re the baritone hate Jiudgin's, for' ,Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. TIu y are too nnny to enumerate
4t soil give i them water ii moderation "Your knife Jeddy. Here!" Sh
forgot his tress drousers. und vot shall I and Warranted: to he tlm Beat the Market AirmU and can be
with .tlttliht: in iiliimd.iiK'c, ami your withdrew her head gave: him a quick ve do? I Relied OH. We can nupliutp ally Order Given us During the

dlr.nl1ItI1f'II.UIll corner will be :t thins cares-. "Take the things and scoot" I Holidays and 1\'iIllJellvt'r Free to any fart of the City.
"So I po on und May, und I run qvickbehint
of beauty and a j.iy all through; the I die whisiM-red. "You're safe."
tLe scenes und chancb, und he I COUNTRY
winter. Five minutes: liter
a man eramped I
I go oud und sing und come quick buck If You HaveRheumatism
and i blinking, crouched outside the P.O. Box326.
again und I put (l1U on und blay.
J. E.
lion lo Clean lulit Kid l.loirm.I'lrK aperture.Ilurry, Susie," he pleaded Dubuisson & Bro.,
".\rb. I haf chanchcil my drousers PHONE 66.
rub with cn-jiin of tartar leave I| "They've gone for an officer. I expect
seven time dose von efeninps alreaty!" : G-xooor.
. jk for an hour ir.d linn nil. with Vm any minute.:' I
It is told of this same musician that
< red alum and fuller's: crih ,1'11\\1' "night; away." ':lie girl: groped in -

t I r.\\\ r.proportions., ; .Next: day l the musty blackness. "l'\e got: it- h" is now enjoying the conjugal felicity :i ..

t'.vnl till the jMiudir is n-mou-d and 1 Munn's I !'a\\'. Scatter those chips and of a third attempt, and upon being A ]YL .Av'ery
Introduced to a young man at a the great tests and
I IniNh by rubbing with dry oalmca! to scrape up I the fa wdl1.r. Lucky I knew linn recently he said: rec'p-I URIGSDL rnilonvd California! .

; which a little: ponderedliiiiiitr: ha- i j where he kept it. Now Sam." Kcmedf will cure
",\h. married?" you. It also cures Liver, Kidney mud
t } lain added I. aflerward seism;;; this oT! i He helped her out Together they you bladder diseases caused! by an excess of (SUCCESSOR To AVRY t WOOLFOLK.)

with a dry i-lolh. crawled cautiously away through; the "Yes" the young man replied. uric acid. It never tails, and build up IMPORTER AND JOBBER
eS. "(Jot a gout vile?" the health and ctrergtb while cluing it.Ptnd OFHARLYWARE
I lane, through the pasture{ by the shel- "Fine." stamp for book of wonderful certificates.

Y 1' II\\, to !o1"I'I' 'u"urlahl. i term:; snplintis' on to the great clump Price, $1 per bottle. For eels!
i t "Hoot-pool: I hat not(.), al o.She i by druggists If your druteist ran net i
: 31. .\. I'ar.'.. a I'nnrli( scientist, has of pines. Sp fc:
5 make those fire und cook und ncferl supply you it will toe sent prepaid upon ,
aN \nll'-rtJ..l'Il: to twu-Ji! us how in lrvp, r.f"iv tin-in rose: the nursed domes I receipt of price. Address
I I ..idcr at all.o'h\' is do pest vife I efVi Iron Nails ..:
AXI'.lShovf I .
it the Now Y"ikti' lie his of I "v Mill and ";
says reau.; the Taconics-fastnesses all for i I
,' ii the bat you belief me."-London .\uswc\l.j(I Uricsol Chemical Co., Los AngeesCiI.! i, Supplies, Cooking aud H:, >tnve Paint, Oils
rxja'rinu'utWl| l>>< timtileIIy art such as Samuel Ill'Y. He lauh-1: 'I
tneDistributing Hla Gun l'i ,
or *a at. I Fishini Tackle.Agate .
of s-lfrpijiR uiufnrtaHj.. A< a r"MitI ('.1 in triumph gloating at the pro
} .L 11111.1...'" the alxilitiuii of tininllow I five wrath of his captors. "Tomor Sick ('nn 'iela' Efeaae.. i t N Brnnswi[ & Co', New Grl an, L aril Tliiwaro aim ,1 ;i.'t'rurnishill( U 'oI ,

nilil tin IM.UUT. The only n.ituril\ > 1 I row night 1'1l1.e in Massachusetts" he I One of the first duties I fulfilled as a I II Agents.9KNKKAL : 'AOENHFOR
. tition f, r one t<) ashore; while sl.H'iiiiis grinned "ilues: I'll work south." ernumorary warder was the can; I II
t. Is the ii/iintil.! First I I I His and control of "down for the I I 1f11'N1 Revere Ourt rititched Belting Northampton Emery
mo must P'tus..l rescuer was fumbling: at hl.'rI I prisoners !j I Wht-el )., L 'fMn & Rind PwJerCo.Juhuson'8 K' I.

to.Ieepiuq without a :liiil"trr. Tlu i I I pocket. "Here. Sam! It's the best I I doctor." Convicts complaining of sickness !con -,ft, T-oa Kiu< and Buck :Stoves:: and It UIg'P_, Win

next step, ho says. is t<, rtiuove tin \i\\-\ i could di>-only bread and Lutt'r.Ye i are allowed to leave their cells I II FKKNCH: HUHKDULK; ; !I Cou. Jt tos' Riw Hide Lace Leather, Alasury's

't low, fur not until then will the circulation didn't have any west:' !! during their dinner hour and form upin I U-chedule; ; I I I Mad Railroad Colors.

of the Mood 1..> ns free ns i iJ it I I.I ")ly tlod: !" cried Willey, with sod- I a long rank outside the medical om.'t'r's Following if of the Masonic Temple $ Punsacola Fla.

hoiiM Inv! In further cxiil.iiiatioii h<> I den broken! words. .y ou thought of I, \ room into which they enter nw11 !;overnmenteteamet0eneraiFrencf I

says that the i>illo\v and U>lsUr ktti> I that tai bu.sie! Oh. 1 aiu't worth all state their cases In rotation. Many o i, which Tats: NEWS prints for the I

the head and inrk at un aliiionaal angle I this! the prisoners complaints and requests benefit of the merchants who ship

mill that coiiMtnii'iitly the slirjur's I Slipping the poor little package; into at the fatr's desk are extremely funny heir goods to the various army TIME
,{ \ entire lady ri'iuiliis during: the niuht his coat he held out his arms and the and prutepque. ;posts:

in iii uncoint'ortaMi l' ."ill,,". ui.l oil,> I girl nestled happily her face buried In "!'!race, sir I've pot; a bad heart," Leaves YPn4aC01a.-__ _. ?:na. m.
Leaves !arranrll8.___. ........__ 7:5iia. m. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE
which imix-urs the fie omrw <>f thejMOH his rough blue flannel shirt, open at one man says lugubriously: Leaves Pickens,.,..__...____ MI.I .. m. RAILROAD.
thruu;:h the \<'>'-('N mild organ,. the tanned muscular throat "I kno011 have," the doctor replies bravei Karrancat?_ .? .___.__ H:15a. 1N EFFECT llNCEMBER I. 11101
Prnnacola __..,___ m
.ra "I'm I.-.ns _10:158. -
I could do
'I glad It, Sam she with a laugh.! "If you had a Arrives Barrancai 11:10 a. m. and then New Orleans
; HUM lo ( uri < nl.irrh. breathed. "You are worth it. You grand one you would not. in all probability nakei a trip to KortMcKee and then re- and Mobile.

Salt will cure catarrh if used pi'p. j know what you promised." !: have seen a prison, interior." ;urns to Barrancas. !
J Leaves arrancas.____._._.?_ 1.111 p. m.
Mstently. Make a solution .I" l>>irulI:: | Something warm and wet fell on hercheek. "Would you be !'>) kind, sir" the next LeereePickens _._. ._. _..I;: ip, m. So.S So.So.." I NO.a.-;:;. NO-

} us can bo easily IN'I'ul' and snntT it up i She looked up amazed. The ran 1'\ persuasively, "as to lot me Leaves Leaves flcktms Feonaeola. ___ ._.....___ _.__ 6:15p.m.4tI'> p. m. 7:15 8;(;) a a 11lftm t:21 p 11 1:0;( a p., Lee LfoneeulacOJa.Arrt.e. FIo' Baton_ Leave AIIO.t:1I.'i a !4:00::n1 p p 8-1 TmS p p

int t one nostril at n time. retainim: it j man was ('ryin;:. It could not be. mare one rr two of your sanctimonious Arrives barrancas 5:30: p. m. and mete Uou a 42p 1:611 a ( 1.. ave.,___ .___ Lr1r a ISIS: D Aoo p
..__ 12IIIa"1
a:%ip 7aua Leave..N IlrleRnll.. ...
i there a second or two. It should beu ""'hy. Sam-why, Sam, dear" rills?"-J.olJllon Tit-ltits.In rip to McKe and retarn. the .a.8 l 1;'I\\a _
I I VVednedaysandSatnrdayf
i ,,ed three times a Jay and the water "i'y the Lord. Susie, I'll quit the goat wil leave Barrancas via Pick North

must he slightly: warmed.Heller business.! I uin't far in. Its just One Minute Cough Cure gives a ins for Peniacola at 6:30 p, m. I I

M1.i i cause I love a hors You know I aiu't relief in one minute, because it kills\ I The General French Is for army ,No.1, i II No. I. An. I No. '.

Guild {| bad.V111 you-will 'ou-If 1:0 way the microbe which tickles the mucous purposes; only and any outsider mut i,i: slob pm 12:15 pm Leave ._ Penucola..Arrlre 1:00 p m 5Oi11: m

tq I "I was troubled for several years [I off-Canada or out west-and can membrane, causing the cough t':' Save a rasa from the quartermaster l!! Uillam GU 1 m GS1 8OItpm pm Arrlve Arrive__ Blrmfagham Montgomery ._.Leave Leave 11:111 8:83am am Lie 8:1t6 p.

I| make a home-will you come? I'll and at the same time clears the 10 take passage 01 her. .. 7:06pm 1:10m m Arrl."_:>ialb..1I1I .-Leave, _.. .p m..
r with chronic indigestion and nervous ''! have to change: my name." phlegm, draws out the inflammationand ( I lzuam: 5I3am Arrive _LoahvlIllI _Lean ed5pm 1t5 a III
debility write F. J. Green of heals and soothes 'I I 1Oam: UiII. m "rrlveelncinnatlLeaVl\ 1IJIJpm llllIplD
He was in deadly earnest, holding the affected 1Oam: Ij lpm rra.ftn..t.LoQt nL-av& ':15pm .".
Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helpedme her tightly parts.! One Minute Cough Core 's: :\pm

1.. until I began; uing Electric Hitters I j I "I'll jo anywhere-.o-h-hr: !She sol>- pneumonia strengthens and the is lungs a harmless! wards! and off I Mardi GrasBall I PEN3ACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.No .

which did me more good than IMH hysterically for a moment, then never failin cure in all curablecases : I-Dalll No. I-DaIl1 No stop where time DOt shown So 1-1.11111 Jlo. fI.-D.I

' _i all the medicine I ever used. They I' smiled up at him in the faint moon of Coughs, Colds and Croup. U:56 pm 1:00 a m Lt'a1'8.._ Peu88Cola.Arrt. 10:50 I :
have also kept my wile iu excellent Iow. "I'm willing to change my name One Minute Cough Cure is pleasantto 12:111 night 7:11": Robemla_ II 1011" 1:01": p III
: too" she said."Butiil take, harmless and good alike for e- e- UIO": TII" II Yuleltra II 10:51 Iot..

. health for years. She says Electric I yonn and Old. Hargis l Pharmacy, 11'11 1:11II":: u 7:19 T:2II"II "" -__JCaeambla Mulat ___ "" 19:1:1"1011" Ab7.

Hitters are just splendid for his cords, found my saw ama John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. UIIII" ':28". ___ Harp __ II 10:11 II 6:46'6:60'

female troubles; that they are cut K>o e," observed Caleb Munn. stroking ....CONCORDIA HALL,.... U:50": /! TiSS 7:1t6." "" _G'ltCltJ MlitOD_ "" 10:11... 1:17"It.5

grand tonic and invigorator for weak, his nose. "Thought I bed him: 1110 a m _. .. -_.Good Ran Ie___ II 10:10"__. II 5:50 4:66""

rundown women. No other medicine I- tact"j. CHURCH NOTICES. Tuesday Night i peb. 24th, 1iO"1:1\: I:ao"UI" "' ___MIlIIg.n 801tl _____ "" 8:11II 8JO II II 156 IU"to

cam take its place in our fami The startled group burst into expletive. 1:11I" 8:311 II It Crelhlew__ 8:11 It 4:00 to
ly." Try them. Only Wl!. S.uifaction AT 9 O'CLOCK. 1:00 Of 8.M II II "" Deer Laud It 8: 6" aIU"
1:21" 1:10 Mosey
guaranteed by \V. A. D'Alem- "Waal. THE NEWS would that the 4:05 to 8:15" .. head- 8.0" 1:15"
pursued Caleb 'sloag's I request FIRST-CLASS MUSIC : .. ..DeYanlaktlprtngL 8:18 It 11"

berte, 121-South, Palifoi,-- ---street- got my boss back nothiu's lest 'ceptin' clergy or those having in charge lbpubdcationotchnrcheervicenotic e LAUGE DANCING hiLL ''::18".0' 8.::"T'" .. __Ponce_ LeoIL.-_ "It ',::211"u" 111"111"

,:am an' he aln't a mean feller. 1dunuo ee 1:00" 10110' __Weln'llll__ I 7:17 Ii 1:66"

L W. PEAKE, what the rest of you thinks, but for Sunday will send them to this All maskers! will be examined at 1.81 1:01"II 10:16'10:10.: ".. _"__._,ClrJYlUI---P.onUay_ II '1:11: 6"II' l:4' to''

r No. 30 South Palafox street, keeps| ez fer me, denied ef I ain't glad on't. office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning the door and no objectionable characters 100" 10.1" .". _Cblpl17 1:81" I In 1:01"
Come on np ter the bouse, boys a n' will be admitted. lm" 11:0'7" _Cottondale_ ':18" UIJJ lIooa
call bells, wires and all kinds of hev cider." in order to insure their insertion TOO": 11:25" _Wartallllll II 1:00 II : IU"
electrical supplies. Have him do some in the TICKETS 50 CENTS. 7S 11:46: It. II _Cyprell I 8s .! 1It6 I III
I ELLIOT WALKEK. proper position in the ':.0" l1:1t. I. _Grand Rldge_ II 12" 11x15 "
your work. Call phone 203.) paper. Ball begins after Carnival Parade. 7:68" It c seen nea4. __ II I::) IOtI
IU' lill" ArrlnRlnr' .aIlCtiOD _Lei" 1:10 t 10:5uyy6. "



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GARRICK. the room and only blew me a kiss from DeWltt's Witch Hazel .
A Shrewd Investorwill o aSoIoSoSoSo0SoSoSoeoSoSC c the doorway as she disappeared."I The only positive cure for

?',., Great -\'llOr' Art and 11. :. WIfe'aitutnrd didn't say when." she cried. "I bleeding and itching and I

admiration Peeling. her bus- be glad to know how the POLLY! didn't say when I'dlay." ing pil9S, cuts, burns, braises,
\lt, (.:lrril'*'S I I confess I was in a t'mppr-it may
accumulation and all abrasions of the
was intense.l.'l of ma
'. ,!', ..IraiustiMlonts greatest trust o I1.netet\ >'a the day. Deliberately I took DeVVitfs is the only Witch

m lii! < treat uizlits!; bile would in bans funds in the world is invested.A ? By Nancy the two letters out of my pocket, laid Salve that U made from the :

0;' r i.r, I hi I L writ the stage rap- o V. McClelUnd o them back on 1'olly's dk.wnt.: ,out unadulterated witch hazel-

.,:rj, ,:blight! TSie one/flaw In her young man who is just under the trees where my horse was ere are counterfeits. DeWitt's :

\\11,1. '. <-tiru."l.) wis a lnste for loTT : beginning to accumulate and 3 CopjTlght. 1902. by the o standing and drove off in the little red Hazel Halve is made to cure

j f... whklJ she: blamed! biOI greatly.Ir S. S. McClure Companyeoecooeoeoeooeoeoeceoeoeoe* wheeled runabout-not t-o much as a terfelts are made to sell.

iri' *tin" that !'<' loved letter to play j invest his savings will be glance behind me at the crisp) white Pharmacy, John Sheppard: ,

,,:,'ru! :, to n low lived audience than one I curtains where I knew Folly must be Kahn.
; Miru.r characters before an' interested in a booklet that "Walt just a minute please," egged
hii | .
t peeping.
ll'. I!' Folly. "111 have these two ready to (
of la describes the investments of
apdience Thick hedges of wild roses and honeysuckle WEEKLY !!
particular occasion she was mall.
On ou brimming with sweetness
ln-r |xix in the theater when GnrriV The i Mutual Life Insurance She sat down at her tiny desk and FOB STEAM DIVISION
ill ran on both sides of the lane. The
mip! 'r-onatiou of Richard ,III. Company of New York. This began dropping a little more ink on a warm air was noisy with hummingbees. PEN8ACOLA ELECTRIC

Iva 4 :IIIIIIUtlt..1| | to theecho.. '" that' halt written page: while she talked to RAILWAY COUP AM T. ,t
followed the tragedy: of the information is found in
force leave Peniaaola for the
teA wonder I drove the road ,
me over her shouldf'r.0 quietly along: dusty
awl r.s Mrs. (inrrick rose to Bayou, BIg Bayou W arrllllwlI,N '"
>i'iiL' husband "A Banker'sVill.. Sent freeon Folly's letters are hard to read: flicking;: the trees with my whip and and Fort Ssrrano.s sl6Riam.arrtveatForLBarranoaa
it her 1 came to
\lterl,-,. Let i.> say 'he had some business in application. i, "It's aery hot day," I observed. wondering short.; Suddenly my horse stopped 10:00 1.m.arrive at Fort '

;Lt' !ij-iMiia:;. which would detain him. "M-m-m-melting:" she agreed (SLe 1ap.m.aNtveatFort Barranoai
This Company nuke "(;0011 morning; ," said polly's"oirl' 1:)0 p.m. arrive at Fort Barranoai
i.:."'t unwilliiiRly the lady was J-irs/-l Assets.ftrtt looked as cool as a flower.) 8:16p.m. a.FortBarranoae ,
;0 cahhly. "It is a hot day isn't it?
,'.:. ..1' '-) ac'iuli-sce: and remaintiraUl. -ln Amount Paid PoUcy-hoIdera. ".\l1d two letters as heavy as yours," "8:00p.m.arrive at Fort Barranoai
f tut-In Age. Sb was leaning over the honeysuckle Tralni leave Fort Barranoai I

I. tl" closing entertainment I added, "mean a great deal of extra oola at ;
f h(ilg.hat less, her hair shining
Ie comical series of rUEluTUAL:: LIFE INSURANCE
t.r.M' "l to a 1:16a.m. arrive at Pensacola I
" : weight to back Into town.
l1' ; carry
, in the sun. Her face was a little _
arrive at Peniaoola
_- adventures which Lad be- line p m.
j,;:: : COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Folly nibbled the end of her penthat's flushed: think maybe she bad \been ::UO p. m.arrive at Pen aoola.___ ; ,
i.iuiitrjmau who had left his arrive at Pensaoola :
jail:! i 5:00 p m 1
the reason I her silver (;SoodnehS knows how she
a got
gave running. arrive at f'easa"ola__
t.i. -' ,' I/m jar.1. acmuut of theU.ljsI.eKa.llaet. one last Chritmas-aml looked at mea there even then. Hut it is the angels' '8:45 p. m.arrive. at Peaiaooia _
;, |I.. i.cij.'hliors; an Itarda,. only
::" moment reflectively.She secret how they use their wings.I ) .
\' Nassau, Cedar, William & Liberty FAEE KOE WEBS: : OATS.
.. nivivt saw clean through I know.1'01l"s looked at her sternly without speak
-flL' .irji-t'Tizatloa war me, i'enllcla to Fort B rranct and @
f Street. NEW YORK, N. Y.
tri; -:,t ", Aral; of siiiphiusc i that Mrs1.ia.T' mind has a sweet way of its ing. .Huniacol'en! ?OII to to Palmetto Navy Yard Keacb and and" r i
zealous iif her husband' (<<; : :.. 'v<'r : own; nobody but Folly knows what SCNDAY! 'OHtDUEB.Wbea .
t r i \li. III t-i think it rivaled those Ick;onvil1", Fla. guides it, but it goes racing straightto drove away\ and forgot my letterY'She wtitliMr p r.nlU ttte
broke IT! and looked nt critically
,. ". :.i, I tl OM Uii-lianl III. Ilrrsole T. C. WATS- 1 CO District ManagerPensaeoH the point like a little wiUl! i">ny.; PDH c oo(4cbe
with her bead on one side.Vhy L' Vort
j t. _u early worked ujs to fe- When I have come pulling across a big L.avPen.acoa.
Kla. t) & m 10
\ 1 do believe: she cried to the
( ..r i I. :It \\'li.'n .he was attracted l J.y ------- thouirht and get to the gate that's going: II a. ai II "I
: Lees "I do believe the: mans angry ra 11\
1 p.
ti.: :r..'": i forts of her little spaniel InIC'CaIkK 4 ENfaIISca. : /( to lead i'ie out, I usually find Folly 11\

F ,',u- .1,11..--leap; tl.e bal.-ony that sop) -,' sriVR'T: b fll PiJ \ 3 there ahead of me waiting: s-he's over with IIH: Ie didn't forget my lettersat I Ip.m p. m t '
.. l\ii f _..., all. lie left t 11.11on purser:
rul--l I 1 .:>. from the stage: xvl.-en sh> )1 *. .* U"Ylua' Hint end, *.......1.... the bars awl off again before l'\e had I t tp.m S p
*.*- *MVfrf. .'r* .." 1..1.... our. "I>id you forget ClIIJ thin,:? said I p
l n-: ; "I! ,n.'liecnine aware of the truth r.ft t.\ ('\I" 1I1'IJ-I: '" i :\.I.1'1J time to draw breath. S p..n, f p
.,, .... severely.
f u '; r .i. :tor was Carrick: and c\- .- ;, \ .1.11 I.,,I. '" .1. Ie '" dv -Well," she said finally, turning away FABIrou SC!'DAI .
r.II. 'J ate hrr. K.rug "
: nu ae ":\.). she answered cheerfully: "thatis t-eniacoiftto or: t ? y .
i ,-. d. yir.itrthat a dog; hhouMI 1 1 1I' I. I I''...Lt.rnIl. I '*.U'toUII..o T.|l I...." I I., .. :' ii .isicp: whet the Wtitnnn wh !I .. 1'.r.....'...., 1 rtfiriltiUt. her mouth "don't stop for them reason felUIaoll to Pat_3tt: 1 "aeb
l .. .. ... .
.ldr..I.. r I I Mtiilt-d. l but. 1 deli: think she saw it. fen'n. __ ._ _
.. ii I'.Morld: : could nol: .
!i. : -i ; .t-H' .n-n-r k < r- i then. I can send them later when
I'I'I.I I :.::lIjo'; I f. .*,< 1r'. .I.,...1.1-'.., I "You'll tone to come through: the No tr ljh; ely..a otter IS p, !

,,I ''f.II! H II,.. ..' PU I lrdgI said dNccuragingly."There's .
I : s-he attsw ercd.\nd
a jsi'e
she was in the road.
i The Star

VAN PELT BROTHERS, I ".\nol. climb into the runabout" 1crifd. Laundry

., I Ii 'There's a stop! ," she; lailfJiod.Soiiieliody : .
-S' ,' Biggest Busiest Best I
GARDEN STREET GROCERS, i .i t ( may: see us," I objected. ,

".\iIll wind if they: do?" said Folly as

Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of she put" her arils l11"uun.llu' icck, and

lnr I big i; blue eyes were close. to mine. I:

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, I saw tears trtnibling in them."Folly. They Speak

." said I. when! I had: forgiven ,

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Ddicacacics of the Season.Our he r, "1 shall have to drive you home"

"Yes," said Folly comfortably "anJ

flood are Arriving Daily and! you can Always; Rely on Getting thE stay to luncheon. for Themselves t t.

".\n Best, Freshest and Cheapest. ndde.l.. r '

We let the Hhirt., Collars
"Hother the letters' said Folly.Iloiv .
VAN PELT BROTHERS and Cuds we Launder speak for

,, them<:pl ve... They will talk louder t
to JudscMo Cheese.
TELEPHONE NO. 231. .C .< .* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. before that I..IL we can. We want to be judged;
: t housekeepers) quail

part of the family marketing which relates 'noiBDy the work we do thin by

to the purchase: of cheese: and\ what we sav.ALL .

Classified l Advertisements.ONE rzaLr ,''I wNi the man of the house, who is

usually the chief consumer as-well as

l/ i/ the (connoisseur would always buy it. WOB.K 0. O. D. Gods C'ned for and) D?linr FBl l FfM. '.

Such may find the words of an authority .
of value:

CENT A WORD. ;11HE ".\ cheese with an indication ef good- WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. ,

.. .. n>'ss will 1 stand sijuare' on the shelf and I .
-, --- -,---_.._ IILI'W ME A M-.S FhoM Tim 1'OOK- tI tITr.
: : .r \\Ar AS nun: UlSAl'1'.r.AUl. will have an t-u-n colored not mottled.rir.J. !' -=_ -__- 1
1.4 I'

,! 'WAN'I'M)-All kinds, of empty beer d allies burden goes to you the, esiK-cially station. on 1't1Vethate such I .tips: The on 11l"illI'nt011 the rind you)pre can
Glass l Viiiiarene with bottles. 8. A. Friedman n'd-ti .
r i but ,l.ij." judge of the inferior makeup[ of a i! IJ l

'1.1 -.tSe lease at News 01'.1 ,'AXTEDIen to learn barber "( Hi!" I hastened to explain; "it's Put cl\:ecse. If it yields readily to the pressure I Roberts & jIJF.LtHH

trade TooN, dlpbtni po-itious t bat I mind! being burdened-by j' umt of the lingers; and the rind bream\s I I f Dailey, 'IJ:

I" ? -mil. ct S" At' .{ f.\\ ani board given graduate=. Short I I feel that I ought to get sollie- or does not spring )back readily when ..

:,.M>k eontttuiu. mums time required by our methods ofhieady t hilt fl r it." the pressure is withdrawn, you havestruk M: IN ":' i

"-"-, wrlttl'lIll1ltJdl'lhlle I practice, expert instruetiow a soft article, caused: by the II
scribbled I I emilJu'tee; furiously. -
,. ]Il-w.ird for the revtitliee i ", etc. Catalogue iniiiedfree.Aloler I : t
slack coolirg of the (curd want of :!
: a
11. 11. or K.I t 15uber College. li'S! Caron- fsj.
.. !-'. No. "How would a 'rid,)' do before you aril or hoth.t best it will have an
".I! J Clem-lit ( lelettree. =New Orle Hi". L I.WA.N 1 {)
she asked "I'll in";ipi.l flavor and will ';;0 ofF as it'I ; '" tart.-: temptingly. I'
ifUJHIIl. iMONEY i : New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe Etc. : '
1 hU-&ounorepupllit! Bl.Jck :all" a;"s. cheese which feels so hard that ( .

and White." Uy this ;o"t"l1UII)' "Vou'll do nothing! of the sort" I said you cannot press it on the rind is ei-.i.I ( ,
TO LOAN mi"1 can: learn to draw anything with d:;:.uityL'; Ve sworn off" I tier !sour salted! to, heavily, cooked 0l'I I .f, ,. ,r;
; wish Ivenchildrenfeu
tbi-y years, any old MZ-can* learn. Every "A cigar, then" she suuwsted and to,> much skimmed or suffering;: from M:r' RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS S J'i ,' ;.

I t-.idble and | ... toward the siiiol.iii table. Her'ather's I a t udi of all these complaints.!
!ii : terms pupil I'IHI'r-p. it. Come in ande event ; *Jfjj :
11 "ry. I .. for yourself. Otis A. Miller cigars are good.F.iil ".\ good cheese! will Inmellow to the t( J3! OF ALL KINDS. :tl i t tj"

.!.1.V.. r.ULLAUI). I Kudio in S nisbury Jiuildinsr.14flm: I st->l'po"1 l hr a,.Iil\. ":\0." saidI I toiieh. yet Brut It; rind; will IK of an i (:J FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ffr

1' ....f..x. (';'-4tatt3. j I I: "I've got to be paid in the coin of even tint. I'Iasliellitl free from puffs, y .. ,
J \. \\'u.soN, ;M.uiaK\ | Jie realm.iKilLirs." and the sample will reveal firm close ROBERTS & DAILY ;.;" "
I I EXCII.-\XOE-AIIY one wanting a or dimes?" asked Folly grained, lull'ryIN'\ !
Me I( t i I LXV. K. Meri- : Miinmer home in the mountains hl'l'lillle I tta\'or." 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot.. .U.J.., 1 t. :.
.exchange; in Floriddor briskly, hunting out purse."Xiilher. ; ; J' ;
\\ i in' As'etit.!: Mou-y to proprrty floret 1.,1. PC'II"al""la, I'la.
South Jeoririi for equal value said I I. wa\in:: iiy; hand i ; t' J
'u,ible latH rif interestrarity. I AIievillp N. C.Vilt trade uiagnilicintly.'in living in a bisgcr; I (...<. ,:ni!>liir-nl Kno leilir<- In 112. I t.._.. _. r1...1. _. ..r'91 ;;T.T. ..__ .___ ._. .;-daf I
(l1II a ll'J and in up i ; lutcry littlf''a1* known in reganlto ...--...-- -. ...----. ...".,"",". .". .-- ... ._-..,"......",.. .., ...-. ...-. '.". .-A---... -,.
up to 1O.Ut tlor let Otis A. Miller, :sweetv-r. better country than the UnitHi I I
i I .mi t stleet. tlie of the world I. .
extent in Aristotle's -
._ 1 Bltck P..u.acuIl.
._ = -- Silibuiy : St.ltt-S. I

'10\1\; I 1'1 iKM:: > on improved i Hflm "Oh:" said: Fully. smiling iiinoi-enty.! 11.1).111 tho forutli century before
Christ, niul but very little more was HALL & KLEIN ;
III Iar.t' ur auialt I-'Oll r-iAl i:. but blushing;; a litle.Vhy didn't you
___ known about it Iutrears, later, in the ,
lnw raIl of iuere-t. Il i say so beforeV" i
time, -f I'olumbus. In 'J'i FOR SALE The irost desirable < years
ie 1Bll": '", athrleya < She tossed the letters at me. "One
>. 1'-11.1 fx ,t., J. ht.1'1 I lots in the city on easy terms, by fur each" she laughed.I world halln reality retrograded;; rather l 500.502 S. PALAFOX STREET. ; t.i

:tin I iny the Fisher Real Estate Agency.LM44 than mhaini'il. | { .t.
-,_. i :: South Palafox. ISaltnl looked! at the addressee i It:1... the popular belief in the time '
I "ThuV: said 1. "10; to Harold r.rown. : ,
-- --- and Groceries \
'es-l.IIAYV"'I'U uet-a
\ | of Columbus that the world was flat Staple Family .
\ borrow I ur Mfiit. I and, p.W kilo v perfectly well that I ;
"II can any I' -- -- I though malll'OIlIt'I'rlf\' scholars ,I' .
shall ask at least ten fur it. want today ou 1-11"I""i build- :
FOR ltdN'V-Iiloperahoue j
I ''I'<'Ait-t rate" anywhere I 11 jr on jrrniind ll,M>r. one store and "Two.:' she bargained."Ten. ; : I thought nf differently.the world at The that great time civilizatioiis were- '! Select Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in Tins. ,i'

': unproved: rely real i .tll't'; till iecond door, three utliee*. ," I npeated\ tirt.ily. IShe i '
,'tVui.. Flatter, lJ-1J2- I Ii f I-":;ill shook her bead. .It's po<:itln-IJ'" proupi-d around Mediterranean: sea. and Frcduce.
lu-tl I although lIiiL'land: was u tvnsiderablepower Poultry Eggs Country :
i. when Folly says "positively" that at'i'
-- --- - J uu..tll UI-C Ilut... and the :"I'aI1l1,11'iall'wI'r., .. agreat >: uTelephone \
it way; there's an end of it-hit", positively I II \
s i of :<> I"U.hIIIOllt"h id- maritime people. Rat: Iluropeans No. 358.:
BlAI.WI U HOUSE: at \1'beeler I not W..j'lI1IUIII'I' rive I I ,
.- 1,1-: :ue jour \pioptrtyac'.s at that time \;.1I1'h'It little of .\si:11' .
E-ther Fla.. ;Mrs.
-' : et title, buy or Spring, Mary "Very tve11.aid I hastily "we'll call I ,
:In.1.lIt\ little! of Africa, auto America --- i J'
All thtcomforts
eel! Condon, proprietress. it off at Jive. I suppose it's all right
He! run property
t on, h.ive reut-i coi- ol home at very reasonabe I for yon to be writing to Harold Itrown of course was undreamed" of. i; i.t
u! taxes at'-udt-l ,' rate?. Northern touri=t:> will like this"- Kveu after Culuiubiis bad discovered! i i ROYAL\ STANDARD\ MM\ ; !

fu d this: ideal place to s-ptud a the latter continent he .
Idrr-'l'imo C. \\ atent an : i: was jH-rfectly .
I I ">:!iiiy"; 101.(' ericd. "Of course it I...
of th" ""i=rtn. 1:01111::
portion oblivious of the He
I fait. thought
,1 t hsiuto and II1'Urtlhl't' I I'm thanking; him for some flowers." 8 Tcrs Cld, in Czsss cf 4 Full Quarts, at S3 23 per ci .
.. Kla. Charu'fflo : Haitiis Cipan: or Japan\ and for
: .
Hb.\I..V.\ I
1 felt unhappy, and I'm sure I ; .
tvi ryoue wlm buy I I ; a long time regarded Cuba us a part of i
Ch DIAMOND the tailor has for Folly laughed."Now. .
will; tend removed t, ;
iwe nii'iK-y : the mainland of Asi.i.!: t IflS\Vlfi=-KEYiadistilledattimeNelsonCo.! !
.,1! I S i1 'IIU ,,, to 112 West Government I you" she said thought ''
: I" on-- JL Ky., Di-tilkry: and is fully niatur '11 in wood ;
street Expre?# ollice, for at
opposite "haven't sent me
1 : any I before bottling it j is absolutely pare and not ex't 1"elllt1

: 1.\ 4..0. H). .., .... I wh'rl'and he is prepared ladies' to and clean repair least a week." II I A Weak -loinai-li ( r in quality by any Whiskey of the name age i
-- press
I Ilptltle.1 I took up the other letter. ao matter where 1ucpd. The Royal Standard I .
: ;\HBElI Xg- I.H1ufac" 111"'n'' tailor mac1.t;. ] : ciue:: a weak body and invite*; di..t| 'i
"Folly:" said 1. "lie was tLc man II tteightyearsold i when bottled and, consideringilk
j d< ub-r ui Hair Uood'Srlil'lt' I pa-p. K.>dol Iyp-pM.i Cure curry ,;
excellent i-i i the in '
'11..t..II.u..u.+ I IHOW10 wasn't heV" I quality, cheapest whitkey
Hair Oil .
\vt.i.t (\ioveliniifiit*. .'cL. AliliiIOXOYWelotfl'r "r..s.hc n'II1J.'tl"bl'fore 'youcame. nnd strengthen* the stomach and the market at that price. As a beverage, and aa '!i'l

-- ." i '.tard* oil and overcome! di*.-aie.. J hn ab-olutely pure otiinulant, there i* none better. i t
,' .. you an investment guaranteed : hipppd in cafe containing no marks whatever to 1
t1 ; .1. 1' 1 merchant of I
bv two Tiut compiuie*. It I "K.'ally. I protested. R. TAyl.v a prominent indicate If .
contents. purchaser examining
upon 1
\, may mike you rich. This i is t.o "1le is sailing: for Europe tomorrow" I Cbrie an, Tex ,a-ly": "I enuM: n- teat .. '
::1 .J YOUNG MEN from ;he whiskey, i H not !'ati fifd with tlie quality he '.
r scheme or fake. Send $200: for said Folly "anll-tlli. is goodby." 1 bpra II-I! of a weak #totnHi-h. I
t'ultty at OUCH to pre- tan return the !lame; at our expetn>e and money J
i'i' .miim in ttie Gitveru* Investment Certificate. If .\ ou are Slw was looking;: out of the window 1 lost! all st-enirth: and run dawn in will be refunded. 'I' tAll

"* vue.' Apply toi not satisfied upon investigation, WI' with :i farawayness! in her eyes. Fol I wei/ht, All that money could do orders should be accompanied by either l

i ',- State Corre ltt, will give you your money back. I IS s eyes were like deep\ deep lakes: was done, but all hope of recoveryvinkhed. I I1GIITTLAxs pea r ccrrency, po,toQice! money order, bank draft or eipre3 f il.>.
Cedar Ripidla.. Weltnor & Dunn, Fi-cal Aleuts, GO I fringed round with wonderful things. Hearing of *ome wrtnHrful 3: j'-b t money order. We refer to First National i .
Broad New York.H. eifrcted ue of Kodol I p ,
"&wIOi"Vt way and I cures! by Af Bank or any merchant in Pen>-acola. : I.
When you were Ia'inl'ollll'tllin 1 concluded to try it. The first bottle a Y .

w :-- rat pd"tJlI l.1 etiar ALFMAX, umbrella maker, 315 she looked up at you nnexiiectcdly, you I' h"nf 8tfd me, and after kinjr four lI I '

,1 kr.".J runitatioii In fuel South PaUfox street. Re,cover- promptly forgot what it was all about '' blttl"11111 full restored to mv S. A. FRIEDMAN :.

111 this county rt-qairtd) ins and repairing umbrpl1a and anti felf in. Then you tried to clamber! I j n=ual trenethweiRhthan'1 health." ,

parasols: a specialty.: Silk covers! I the Hirji* John Nhepprd s
nf aid adterti-e old auhhy out holi'lng on to the fringe! on ; Pharmacy, "
hand. 3 .Joi. PROPRIETOR, ?E.\sAroLA.FLA. .
always on jan
., h, I : Kahn. ,
tU..lllt'-I Sidney
n-e edge and the more you tried the more I .,

nc.l!: ttaudttt. I" CIVIllVMlCARNIVAL t 4)1 a tilt.rig ; it Hut s''m<'low youdidn't r.t. .
I hcpeh'ss great' P 0, COX1IH. Tii.KI'IUSK: : : i
\ -' 1,' exrm-s. addi- nt nil mind drowning this way.Twentyfive I C.Lt..St.rlOn::Jl.att tflSK 1 1;

i ill d .VHbl!* in l'ah COsTUMES-In vel for this one" I demanded lt"r lerT3razn.: :'. A MJ7$ E' "l" > -- -- i
\\ ..dnt''day fr1II h..allII vet Mtk, Satin and other materials : N10 IIEOMAt 1 1' !
? aid cdrrlage fur-, can be rented at Mrs. E. D. suddenly. 'r.a1544 Aw ,8'f handle every cla.s of LJqnnr l'oId. in
'c Mi n' ce-s H'RI'It'r.- Nordstrom's Millinery Store. Also She laughed.; We came to terms on f. ..ij'7P"J.t't,1 I bulk .Jr bottle, wholesale or retail z>t prices that .

I i -- :-cif-.-tddfes"rd euio MASk Filse Noe,?: Will and tea Then I held cut my arms to her. I I are pay down. ;',

": ial Co., Caxton Hair Good! at No. 11 East Inten- Polly's eyes instantly began to bub- J Foley's Honey and Tar

L C :I'J I.;". 9Ctb v.raa desciu street! near Palaf-'X. ble with mischief. She slipped out of I cures colds prevents pneumonia I a AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER. t \


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FORMULAe I ternoon. The party went down on IT IS THE TRUSTED FLIE D

the one o'clock dummy and returnedon A GREAT SUCCSseels

the six o'clock.Mr. OF MILIiIOflS.

Arthur Whaley is spending a

"GOOD irCK" Eating Powder Is l'rPIared few days in this city to the delight of THIS YEAR'S CARNIVAL.

I I ..
tytn'fda Formula the! i>roJu--es the great his many friends.

lit posulUe Leavcnu-g! Power and the riost entertained I
Bull a
I Capt. and Mrs. Of i 11 Ranks of Society Point toPaine's : Large Crowds, Lots of Enthusiasm, and Plenty of Fun ; but
Its in on IheIa.ngro'e yesterday.The
nut'-,uA and unoleKice bread. lover party
i I

the oren Lt Blur has placed fln>t iu the ee Ima I II Osceola club rooms and galleries II

ton of ttc j i'<-l*!>, dl tL1Il'OI.DI'r.RlcbJcnJ. I : were filled yesterday and to- I I

Virginia. I with Dainty the members refreshments and their were !I'i Celery CompoundAs I A Greater SUCCfL} : ;:)

-.-- ,, served and delightful music rendered Their Rescuer From DiSease -

all the afternoon; making this an I ,
lfi0I.4C YWtiC4CV34f 1fA1A
.o .ei ideal place to view the parade and ea- ioyaSly i iI I and Death. i: With Largo Crowds, Lots of Value?, and Nothing but Plois: ol

; pass the time. I Millions tin this North American |i Customers is Our MOUSTERODD
i i continent k>iow that Paine's CeleryCompound ,
Mrs. Walker Ingrarobam: is entfrtalninj i i' "nakes sick people well." .

u the Misses Adams of Dl: dad Paine's Celery Compound is today
t SIC>afrSPJv=>+ir:8.OflRtl4G46i '
and Miss Curtis: of Texas during the jiopular medicine ia the

TO MARTHA. I the carnival. They paid a delightfulvisit I wealthy and humbler homes of our I AND END SALE!
vast country. The press has' given >
to theIndiana today. vonderworkingprescrintionmore'note ;
__ ___ I this
(By! JOt Lincoln.) I prominence, and praise than I]
Mr. and Mrs 15. M. Solomon have i
Oh, tho Father of HU gantry was a returned from their wedding trip, and has,ever and been physicians given to of any all other schools remedy j i YOU SHOULD AVAIL YOURSELF AT ONCE OF THiS OPPORTUNITY.

great and iioble man I are at home at the residence of the prescribe it daily. I

And to him I tip the hat and bow bride's mothers, Mrs. S. Kahn. Paines Celery Compound has become

the knee popular and trusted because its I LADIES' SHOES. Misses' Shoes. I Men's Slippers

Hut the lists have suns; his praises Miss Ruby Johnson Mrs. W. P. results exceed its promises. It is \'ic-I

history bctan. Branson, of Pine Barren and Miss: torious over sickness and disease. It f3 00 Patent Vici!, Lace, Welt *i 50 'Patent Viei. Lace, Welt ( $1 l 2J V'Kid, Slick Opt'/..
s.ace our I offers hope and cheer to those pronounced j time .... .... .... .. ....2 78 l"I".Il to :2.2' CG 1 00 Vici Kid, Blick, Tu
And there's hula inspiration left I Augusta Shirers of :Marion Ala., are I incurable by physicians; it I j 3 50 Patent Vici, Lice: Turn Wine Colo . .. .

i for me; i the guests of Mrs. John Ward. saves such from the grave.and It is the ]' Vole ..... ... .. .. ... .. ... 2 78) 1 TJ; Vici 1P4\ to Kid 2,. .Button... ...or.. .Lace..:.. .. 1 SI i, 75s; Black or Brown Alllg ,'
Jut I -el bosom with : one medicine unfailing all-pow
e my Among the many visitors for the I erful that promptly brings true joy 3 00 Vice Handsf>wfd. Turn 1 50 Vici I Kid, Hutton or Lace, j jlljjti hOe Wlilttunnrp. Baby F.Combinitiou ?
I iAs ....
ii"! true tvitstial fire hle, Lace or Button 2 33 .
carnival are Frank and Dominic deguri and gladness to hopeless victims and > 2.... .. .. .:.. .. .. 11,1! Poli-li I
.1 1 hit u.y tutee ti hit this little ; their relatives and friends.It 3 00 Vici Lice, Dull Kid Tops, i

la/, i of palal'hicob.'tn.! B:>cco, I II I is well lo remember that one or Writ t Sole. ..... ... ... .... 241 1 25: Viri Button or Lice, IPj i I CHILDREN'S: SHOLs.:
.. .. .. .. .. ....
2 S9-
of Macon Miss., and Frank I) P.enja- ; to "
two bottles of Paine's: Celery Com-i 2 50 Vici Kid, Lice, F.xtenMon
? And the ode <>f admiration' that I'm :
s r whom are with the family of officer pound will in the majority of cas's.1 j t;olle.I ..... .... ... .. .. .. 1 71 1 OU Vici, Button or lace: lll.i tel 1 10 Vici, Lace Buttmi. -
I I .. . .. .. .. .. ,
j fciruaituin' on my lyreIs Frank Benjamino on last: Zarragossastreet. I banish tired feelings, weary and i t 2 50 Vic i Kid L-ictdllf Huttou 1 b9! to 2.. ... ... .. .. ... ....' ClcMen's i to II .
to firs Martha Washington; ] Vici Huttou CommonSnf 1 25 Vici Lice Button -
to-I I clouded brain, headaches: debility I 2 Lt 0 or
day. : All of them are OCict-r Iknjamine's constipation, nervousness and sleeplessness ""urn Nil... .. .... 1 h91 I toll .. .. .. .. .. . . .
I i if3
II I I relatives. which, if allowed to run unchecked 2 50') Vici Button, Welt Sole ... 2 07 Shoes. 1 00 VL'i. lace or Button. N .

:When the general wa summoned at ; give rise to serious ailments 2 W Patent Tip, Lace: Cabin, toll. ... .. . .. . '

the patriot command I and disease. If you are rundown, Military and French Heel IIi ; 00 Patent Kid All-over Blucher 10) Patent Leather' Lice', "

And went sternly marching off to I overworked, have defective digestionand 1 75 Lacn Extension stole, Heel ..... .. .. .. .. .. ... f3 fcl to 11. ... .... .. .. . ?
ALABAMAWILL circulation you will obtain and Spring Hef-I .. ... .. .. 12 ;
: I poor I 5 00 Patent Vici Lace Extension 50j Box Calf, Button t$ to s. .
fight with !fate i II blessed results fro mthis grand : 17 i Lace, Patent Leather
Who was it walked beside him down I tern-building medicine. Each dose carries EJ-S-J ''I Tip .... .. .... .or.., ...... .. 121. Sole. .. .. ... ...... .. 3 't) oOo V'ci, Lace, G to S.

the pathway hand iu hand new life to all the weak and torpid 1 75 Button Extension Sole. 1 29! 5 00 Patent Coronar, Monkey 75c; Patent Leather, Lice. 6

GOME : organs of the body.Diamond I Itn 1 OOl.ilceor Button, Heel and Bkia Tops...... .. .. .. .. ... 3 i9 to 1 8:).. .. .. .... ...... ... i vuOc
And with eyelids moibtcned, kissed Spring Heel... ...... .. .. 1 18 .
...,..,..... ..... II a'd"Solas, Lice IT hatExtenaion -
him at the gate? T"'::' I.' ._ :i ..." .. : "" 1 23 Lace of Button, Patent Tip, 3 50 Patent Vici, Lace or Button 278
ton2to6.. .. .. . .. .. -j 4.-
;Who told hint he looked handsome in ,sole.-I 8c! 3 ) '"
lt 2 70
Dyes I 1 23 Lice, Common Sense..... fc'Jc! 75c Soft Soles, I Style?. . tag

. his "fine new soldier clothes?" JHURSDAY COI-.OK ANYIH1NO ANY 1 00 Lace, Common Bense: ..... !81cLadies' : 3 00 Patent Enamel, Extension 2 41 50c Soft Soles, All Colors. .. i.i:

I Who whispered as tho bridle rein CO OK I 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid

he drew, Presses,aloak. nulls,rylbing ribbsm: ,coats wearable I House Slippers. I; Lined... .. .. ..... .. .... 2 41 Boys, Youth's and Little Gents
f..llhprs stnl'klng -e
"lie sure and change your flannels if The fine first class battleship Ala- Diamond Dyes make to look I I $t 75 Red and Black Quilted Yieimd.I'laiuorCapToe3 1 b'J!

the Boston east wind blows?" bama will arrive at Pensacola day like lurectiuu new. book and 45 dyed' samples I Ifr Hatin Fur Tops.. .... .... .. 149 ) Shoes.
I af'l .l'. I 1 50 Black Juliete. Fur Tops.. 1 19 21)0 Lace, 1 atent Leather-- 81

Why I venture, gentle Martha it ter tomorrow and( will soon afterwardbe 1)tunxp II\'ES. BurlinRton. Vt. 1 50 Black Felt Juliets, Fur 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap <-) 00 VKid, Lace, 212 to 5',. I ;9Vici

iffl was )'oii.rb. I I aI'.lE"Co: [: -- I II Tops ..... ...., .... .... ... 87c Toes, Lace or Congress... 1 4'J I 75 Kid. Lace 2'.. to r ',, I ::1
joined by vessels of the North Atlantic I 75e Black Felt Slippers: lined 4'Je 1 : Satin Calf LTCP. f'lain or
yr Who was it wrote him pages; filled I Black S.=r e81irpprs! ... .... .... tMc 1 50 Heavy Satin Satin Calf 23o e with gossip and with smiles? squadron which are now lying 1: CARE OF CANARIES. I $1 50 Felt Hhoe, leather Tipped Shoes .. .... .... .... .... ... 122 1 : Vici Kid. LI1l'l'.IHI; . 1 4UVici !

t i \\'Lo was it begged. "\Vheu next outside lProtect I Lined, Lace... .. .. .. 1 19 New Orleans Hand Made Cable 1 51) Kid, Lace, 13 to 2.. I l 1.>
Galveston harbor. IIuw t Select n Good Sinner na<
s y'Yeti' < 1 25; Felt Whop, Lice or Con- Screw Shoe.... .. .... .. .. D3c4rJ 1 Hox Cilf, Lice 13; to 2.. ale
jou go to town The Alabama is anchored oft Fort lilt Health. re-s,.Lined ..... ... .. ... 893!) M Tdi ntarenot barred from 1 15M Vi.-l{ Kid Lace, 9 to 13.; 1 II..
< buy-
1'lease look around and notice all the I : In selecting:. a bird chocs. one of thecrass Black Berge8hoes! Lace or Con- 4So ing ibis shoe I 15:; Vici Kid, Lace 9 to W.: sue!
Morgan, where she had been sent to with
latest New York styles, I breeds a pure canary a

receive the silver service from the I frtraiii of goldfinch ur bulllinch Mock,
And write the to trim
r me just way I
t4e I says a writer hi the I.od_tr Monthly.
4,4 !
my gown?" peoplef Alabama. I These ire chanu-terized by the deepi :Meyer: Shoe Co.

Who was it sent him boxes full of I Captain Frank Dunn; the widely I yellow of the Illu1Ua anti black; mark- 1 I

lfr homemade' totngs to oat? known pilot of this city, went over to lugs the
@;::4t3 ;Vho was it sent the letters that were for the bullfinch cross. These birds invariably 102
I Mobile to bring the battleship here. Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. South Palafox Street.MARITIME. .

1' red and blue? possess splendidoiees\ and --- -. --
He has notified his friends and associates roLu-st constitutions tiiis last being a
II ,r :Who was it made him promise that i'
of the ship's arrival Thurs. great consideration:! as the unmixed canary .SPECIAL SALE.
y; he wouldn't! wet his: fort? has a remarkable aptitude for de- .. ..

I Why I'll wager. Madam Martha, day. ,
i 'f'loI'4ng diseases.
: it was 'uu. Captain John Maloy of the regular I Owing to the bird's strong susceptibility -- -AT-

.t Who was it sent the letters that Pilots Association boarded the battleship I to cold the cage should never be AteRlVCD.HrssMph. .
hung in a draft or a stiff breeze'; neither KM: Brlnck, Norfolk to W H
tii were balm to ease the smart hut his opposing; pilot seems I Keyser Co
should it be allowed to remain uncovered
w S Of the treachery of Arnold and of I to liuve wrested from him the honors I in a lighted m>m at night, for BRA WNER'STo

Lee? CLEARED.Norbk .
of piloting the Alabama to Pensacola.It a canary is nrrvous and excitable,
Who was it scolded congress and cs- all musical temperaments, and his sung Marpe''.1rI: Wahholt by Pen-
cola l.umbiT Co for Klo Jan..lro.1111
is learned that other
sa.ed to soothe his art pilots from will b! permanently impaired, if not l.oavWU s tl I lumbf ,\,1 upaRt JKKWJlion make room for my Immense Stock of Spring

P i t With "I 1 th.nk they're just a, mean this city are on board the fleet near destroyed, by such artificial exhiluratl.m. -

i as they can he?" Galveston and will como here with{ to Prrvhrn ('iit Flovrerc. Goods which h now Arriving Daily.
I With regard to his habits, be oust bei ,
| ('it nIT the tip uf each stalk and
\ 'ho was it waichcj him passing: ; them arriving about rriday. All will
taught to control his appetite and to
i stand the strut in water of about 100drjrrws.
cheered from crowded wall to I
i join the Indiana and come inside this i take his bath the first! thing: in the When they have retired nr- 3000 yards of 79 ,Soft-Finished, i j 30 doz Men's All Wool Red Undershirts -

wall harbor. I morning fill as to give his mistress! a raw',"' iuascs filled with lukewarm Bleached Domestic, worth 6c, to worth |special Toe; ; drawers

,'mii1 The her til the land and ruler tM>? I chance to tidy up bifore the day is ad- i water to which a tiny pinch of salt has I nuke room at 4',,} yard. to match.47I.dies'.

' >>Vbo was it watched: Mill trembled vaneeil. Never iiiMst on his taking a txfii nd
( '' 5 t but was protxU-r than thorn all? n ', ll bath. instinct! Is stronger than opinion are rut oft every day nud the water In Domestic, worth 9>s, to make room, :IS' each.Skirts, worthl.uO, special

lj': Why. 1 thick wyA<\Y !.trlhit r and In can always be relied on to do which they stand changed they will at 7c yard. % Ladles' Ready-to-Weir Thill)"-

L 'i' was :>ou. :I what is best for his 11I'llth.Ch'r he last touch longer ItememlMT In pathprins 2oOOyard; )( Vm:dale and Fruit 44 !II Skirts: guaranteed all wo' l,

,.I{ : ; NEWS NOTES': hay finished! his "tu'tbing" remove his flowers to tend by mail that they Bleached D )m tic, worth 10J t<> v Mi $4, !'peclallialA S2.4S each.
!t" I make room at !8'.{c yard. '
:?. ;o, although I yield t-, 1111 one in my I bath; otherwise lie will bedniuglo: his should be scarcely more than buds It 0 Ladies' Black and Colored
; 10,000 yards 41 Unbleached Do- W rued Skirts, worth $I 60, special
;i. L feather IIntilhl' resemblts the famousjackdtw you waut them to arrive in good con
. loyalty to him j __,,_' of Reims after his excommu mf..til', worth 6c, to make room, at -.j .' !N" each.
: dition.
,'J i Whom the centurk'-s have wreathed I .J14C yard. .,11, idie<*' Black T-illlredand Vlg-

t. k' with deathless fame For the first time within the memory i nication.) Wall 100( yards 10.! Gold Brand sheet ui.-J Kkirta, worth |2 fit O to ,i. cpecial
how to Paper.
. Then dean the for the day
) Still, lie-sides his torch of glory; I I of our citizens are foreign col- ; cage wall lug, worth 18c, to mike room, at 13.- alA $1.9StoJ 9.. each.
sprinkling the floor with a generous I To remote grease spots on paper yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's

would light this feeble! glint j I ors displayed at the custom house. 1 supply of gravel and sand mixed.: Never mix pipt-i-lay with water to the conii.te.wy 1000( yards 101 P petal Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth $1.60.) speclilSIdrawers -

As a tribute unto her who bore his But that is not surprising, the colors :, mind what: 11 tLIr1
narie. I : are those adopted by King Pris- alwtut the advantages of those- little I I spot) and leave it till next day, when It11I:1) at 18.34'c yard. Red and Fawn colors.

Fur a man may strive aud struggle cus IV, and they are predominating packages, : of gravel he will sell you for j easily lie brushed or scraped off. 750 yards' 10 4 Peppers Bleached and 25 Fleeced doz. Boy's Lined and Undershirts Girls' Ribbed at

't lint, no matter what his hO\5t.\\ everywhere.I. 5 cents apiece. The mixture of sand | If the J.'TO'lhas not disappeared entirely Sheeting, worth tic, to make room, 2oc; drawers to match.
and gravel agrees with the bird and repeat the process. at 203 yard.Remember. 21 doz.
Boy'a and Oirl'it and
'Tis th" woman gives; him ; Gray
I' prevents sore feet. That can also be we carry a full line of Red All Wool Undershirts at roc;
1 to lay the j.irt.r tii ( IB-MI Itookn.Tu avoided by careful attention to the how to Renovate Lentber. Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age, at I drawers to match.

'c t1 to Father Gvorge do honor, but remove ;grease s-jxits from looks l"'I'chc"l'r use the sand gatheredby I Rub It gently with a small quantityof prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of Ladies',

then give the second toast place the stained logos between sht'fts' I the seashore, as the presence of salt white of rJ'l;. nook covers may be 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Men' and Boy'a and Girl shoes

To "the Mother of Her Country; of lilottin paper' in order to protovt the will kill your pet. greatly freshened by the use of equal Moreno Undershirts, special 20c ; that we can save you 25c on.

:e bless her heart!" riM' ; then lay powd'Trtl magnesia or parts of water and white of cg;. drawers to match. Jtptnt'mbAr-We carry a full line
of I 60 doz Men's ,Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's
kr the Clothing Bougnt at 60c on
I Preach i-lui'k tin mi< grease How to lime dear "'Indo",..
) i worth GOc, special 35o; dollar. We will close them out atJustprice
n Mrs. A. 1'ickett of Montgomery a.. marks and press OMT the IdnttiiiK 11:1-1 The easiest end l-st way to clean TO Cl'KK A COLD IN ONE DAY drawers to ma tch. oil other merchant
o I po r with a Lot iron. The iMvdor window U to have two chamois cloths. i I
o sister of Mr. H. E. Toal arrived yesterday I Take Laiatlve Rrnmn Quinine Tablets
tr4 and will remain for the car absorb the grease, and leave the pages Dust the window panes then partly ; TbUBleoature gPfllJt on every

nival.Hon.. quite clean wring out a chamois in cold or slightlywarm j'I box.2Jc. We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress

clear! water Hub the window j i
::1 How to Wah a >ts'L.tDlo.b. Do want a magnificent watch.
wring out the other chamois wtll and Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
k W. A. Dlount left this morning mackiutOMU be quickly
A dirty can for little money? If so, call ot
} I go over the window again. Do not try
for Tallahassee to take up railroad ck-aniil liypreiiJln it i>u a table and He will
to dry the windows. Stephens, the jeweler. ac-
matters before the Florida Railroad then MTijbbnn it with yellow soap and i commodate you. ACENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.

Commission. soft water. The brtij-h Used should be i
I How {'oaltay: He Saved.
a nailbrush When the dirty spots I ECZEMA, NO CUKK.; XO PAY. RemEmber the Place
When It Is understood that the same ,
Miss Maudt Haverman will leave are all l't'IIIt'\I.I. rinse the tuavkiutosli II Your druggist will" refund your money 11 F. E. BRAWNER!
amount of fuel is consumed in producing
il' Sunday for her home in Mobile after in cold waUT till quite free of soap and I PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure Ringworm ,
either gas or heat, it Is readilyseen I
'y'i been the admired guestTitMrs. then liana oat in the shade to dry. Do i Tetter,Old Ulcers and Bores Pimples and
Lacing I will use four
I' mot wring: it or place) it war a tire but I why one person i Blackheads on the face and all bklo dig- toy S. Palafox St.
w A. :Mooog for some time. times as much coal as another without .
coiltent.uurself with giving: it a shake eases. CO cents.NAVAL .
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producing any more heat, it as much. -- -
e'r1 and then allowing\ the air to complete I. UAIittfl.Imported .
Miss Amelia Schuman of Wilkes- !
When feeding coal after the fire is

barre, Pewn., is in the city to remain the drs tug process. mt.Itonl) a small quantity should lie Dally for The Newt bj DR. J. H. MOCK

permanently with Mrs. A. Moog.; fed at a time, and that spread evenlyover ,
II.Hto Make: Snrrt Potato Pie. Union Naval Stores Go.ROgtB. .
the surface of the fire, for when
Bail: the potatoes until mealy; mash .
Miss Meta Uosena of Lexington: fresh cOIIls added it for a time lowers
fine and rub throush a sieve; to a cup- i W W ____ U 25 H.._._ ___12 MWO
Ky., is a guest of Mrs. Morris Boar. the temperature of the firebox (just as i
I ful add half a cupful of sugar, half a ____ S !IIi U_ _.___ 2 10 DENTIST.

j Cromwell Gibbon of Jacksonville cupful of butter with the sugar three pouring cold water into a pot of boil- S___ 8 65 p __.._____ 2'0M .IttMtii! _
Mr. ,
t well beatengss.; : the grated rind and In'atf'r stops the boiling by lowerIng : ____ 3 45 B_ _. :J OQ
: 0 in the city. Mr. Gibbons is a lemon and of : the temperature) until the added S. __ __ 8 St p,.._ _,_ 2
of half a grating
most i-opular society man, advancingall juice nutmeg; tale a without a top crust in: a e Ml is heated up to the igniting; point, 1--___ T b5 U A twlow_._.. S 110] 28% S. Palafox Street, Old Armory Building.

sc'v'mes for ...It pleasure: of the goal oven for half an hour. when It first begins to burn and adds SPIRITS TUmpMTIUB-tSbld.

devotees of society. As a profession Its heat to the mass. When but little CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
coal is added this of the temperature Ik Des for
al man Mr. Gibbons is known all over lion to Tell a Good Lobster lowering Jfndains 5, DC.
will hardly be noticed, but PCXSACOLA: FLA.
j the state. Thc live lobster always curls up the
minute it strikes boiling water and It add a large quantity and it can be Tables of quality for the -___ ____ ____' _4

f Mr. and Mrs. Fred O Howe entertained maintains that contracted form after plainly seen. Dining room, library, hall

a delightful party of sixtee L being lioiled. If a lobster I Is: straight BXatIVO ft2E2!:!!
and parlor at Marston $fQuina's. A P1l oa ever y
guests at their lovely bay shore resi and soft after boiling it I Is, not In a Hot Rolls, at 5p. m lOo '

Jence "The: Bungalow: Sunday af- good condition. doz., at Solomon's. Core CoMlnODeD ay, 2 *) \/ArPVt** box. 25ci.



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