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 25, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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the fabled personification of strength' Oberon and the mischievous Puck \ .

and agility. This fierce looking crea were not concealed somewhere in :: ;

ture, with body and legs resembling a close proximity with the magic love
flower and seeking to play their
4U3GE JOHN C. AVERY, KING PRISCUS IV, PENSACOLA MARDI GRAS lion, with the addition of a pair of I prank as so beautifully debcribed in MISS ANNIE BAARS, QUEEN PENSACOLA MARDI GRAS CARNIVAL,

CARNIVAL, 1903. wings, and with a head and beak like i Shakespeare's l1idsummerIght's ,

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*'> o'clock! last night: street, at the I intersection of Palafox,1 I I crescent on which appeared in bright tectural float. The design was highly stools stood here and there in the ins; reptiles, snakes and earth worms ,f:!, :

is of street pageants I was a solid phalanx of anxious and i,1 letters the title "Fairy Land Ir.iagiuatlve and the artist's work shade of trees. Hut the next float was crawling about them in and out among I ;"

I I significant of all that came after. The shows to the very best advantage. It with the rocks and earth, while they, in : j
from the Carnival irapatent spectators, and those who greeted so much applause that j.
I was a bold conception and finely carried high gl*>e, were in the midst of a midnight
I West Garden street, 'II I did not join in the tumultous applause!I body of the car was a dense cloud out. The following float, we had to turn to it and then we saw revel, clinking) their glasses and "' 'i '

... cast ou Garden to I;i on the appearance of the beautiful ,I bank, which could easily be imagined Among the Flowers, The Fairy Queen Trveling, drinking th
I 'u Palafox to Wright i i iin title) car were not in the crowd, fur ,i was floating in the air represented the fairies in their home ler chariot a great lily with daisies were piled in disordered heaps; rocks

Zorragussa, turn- | ,I King Priscus' Float among the butterflies and flowers in around, under and over them, of all

I the woods It beautiful conceivable shapes and sizes. In the 'I
I .f MI;; the opera house; a flowerydell .
I I Following closely after the title car midst of their '
-gloomy surroundings,
in the wild woods, where could aft
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came the King's float with King Pris
however, they about the
be seen tulips of extraordinary size were happiest J I
(harden and! west to'r"r I cus IV in all the gorgeous splendorof $ and merriest: party in the : : -
I with tiny tongues of flame for stamens,
his oriental court, surrounded by world. .
great roses on either side and leavesof : I, '
i [ his willing courtiers, attired in knightly Next following this
:<< of the associ 1 varying length and breadth from came :
costumes and bearing each a lance.
,:r'y; ou td His August Majesty, King Priscus: ,
mould, it from .'
completely shutting :
j,1,1',1 I ; and as the in his royal robes and wearing his Guardians: of the Springs. This was .
sight as with a great carpet It was
lit in? Scenes in : jeweled crown like the great ruler he perhaps the prettiest of all the floats j
I in truth an ideal home for the fairies, 4lP ;
I is, sat in his elegant chair of state if cue could make a choice. There
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under the arched canopy near the forward I I was the beautiful fountain of water .
'. :'1- exalting oxcla" were so kind and obliging as $ !I .
part of the car. The architectural gushing, from the rock, a beautiful '
of I to allow themselves! to be visible to
specnwnel I columns and arches making! up I! nymph standing in recess of tho

for hours I the Kinds throne and occupying the mortal eyes.Continuing. II' mountain cave; a great frog, a regular Va 1
the theme, the next
t'-(-'; to get a good j I whole of the float were highly decorated float was II I I Jumbo of his Fjiecies, sitting on the ,.

.,r Pcnsact'la's eeln '- and trimmed in colors. It is un- mossy bank of the spring, with two ;
necesary as well as impossible to The Nymphs of the Wood. I[ monster snails for company, and a ,\

give a morecompletedescnption hereof The ever youthful spirits of nature. 'profusion of wild flowers and leafy f

.'de as above seible ,, this float for the writer's attentionwas Four of these beautiful airy beings i: vines making the whole, with the exception : :

-, for spectators I I at this moment called to the were visible in an old forest. One I I of the visible fairies, seem to \ '.
,,t three times. Stran- I II Miss Alberta Hyer, Maid of Honor. next float, which was scraggy old tree with hollow trunk and Miss Elise Chipley, Maid of Honor.. have been copied from real nature. ,/

natives and all were Titania and Her Court. wide extending branches was the -_. : But fairy land it seems is not peopled J f
center piece. Spider webs spannedthe I I entirely with the pretty and happy J I:
e the most of the clos- everybody tried their lungs. for wheels and great caterpillars fora
Yes, there she was, the beautiful air from limb of tree to convenient sprites we have so far seen, for here 1 \t:
team. Two bowers of lilies in full
:111 celebration. There was not lacking one featureto little queen of the fairies, with her shrub, and one big and fat old comes a change in our dream. It is! J"
bloom formed shady nooks for the v.
Tlle' Pagant Appears. make up unanimous approval from four attendant sprites, Pease-blossom, spider could be noticed on his thin "
repose of the fairies when they The Eerie Spirits. ,\
aove! denoted, rcflec- the thousands. Everything moved Cobweb, Moth, and Mustard Seed; and finely l woven net, watching, evidently I '
wearied and needed to take a quiet Not such as Poe saw in the form of : ;
and we caught ourselves anxiously for some luckless fly or other 11'4)I )
resplendent many smoothly and without incident. And sleep. The Queen had an escort of a raven. This car represented a rocky :'j.:
i peeping to see if her little lord insect to come his way. Great toadMAJOR I
;sar>' to properly ex- I everybody was satisfied. fairies, each with a speer shaped mount, peopled with spirits of evil, .;

'ic feats began to show Viewed By the Queen. wand, entwined with flowers. It was hideous monsters breathing fire, drag,4 1' j i

avision of dreamy loveliness that we Ions with their forked and fiery',: ;
of the excellent DaJ .1
The beautiful queen Miss Annie -. .. \. :.'.. ., ,(. ... ..... mortals of this practical ape!; can I tongues, shapes hot from Tartarus 'fI
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Baars surrounded by her maids and t", :.,""""' ...! 'c.,1.t scarcely comprehend The next in such as would be hard to imagine ext :
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all occasion. Garden ; : ( Band Wagon containing a band of 'I
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the occupants: thereon paid Her b \ 'S jts world. These band wagons deserve I I I Ij
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occasions in this city. They were attractive I' f .
leader of the Barrancas band, to pay 1
in design and workmanship; 'p
noticeable tribute when he ,
the most new and properly painted, with curved "

ordered the car stopped and the 1pl'{. ''I/ and graceful shaped Ixxly. large; I [}
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stirring strains of Dixie" rang out. t ff enough to accommodate the musicians! I : -

z l and their instruments without
ti This selection was greeted with most "
V crowding. They are ornamental as I \ .
Hats, handkerchiefs
applause. ,
deafening j
well as useful, so that they added to

sticks and masks were waved. the beauty of the whole pageant.The ', L .I

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Each gaily bedecked float came in U
Following the second band came i
i for a happy recognition from the The Gnomes that dwell in the ground.

1I spectators and it was very hard to The ancients supposed the interior of \ i II'

the earth was inhabited by these little
other. Leading the long processionwas _,,' ;
I, Goblins, and on this float, which b .
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th an architectural band wagon ,
represented an under ground cavern, "I 1
which seated theBarrancas .
was we beheld a half dozen of these guard I tt j ,

Band ians of the quarries and mines. They 'ojI

closely followed) by the Title car appeared to be veritable little imps WALKER INGRAHAM, .
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Wright, Mardi Gras Carni- drawn by four horses. At the fore end:\ that loved darkness rather than light, President Pensacola Carnival Associate .

\/* Queen for 1902 of the car stood a monster griffin he R. M. CARY WHO RESIGNED' AS KING PRISCUS III. 0 totally unheading the venomous look-I tion, 1903. 1
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A TO WORKING GIRLS now to Clean and PolUh Gold aad c

Royal Golfer.
The claim of golf to be described as a The cleasln? and rare of jewelry !Is n

"royal and ancient game" Is well maintained matter that often jx-rplcii's: the woman

by the support given to It by the who I is f.nsiidleius: ; about the details; of j

present reigning house, says a London her t.1.'tlutl: her house says the :Sews |II LL4EiPii1!

newspaper. Recently at Gopsall where Tore: Tribune.; Following: are some tilI ,

the king and queen were the guests of I rectioas; Ltd foiuiulaa: that will he ,

Earl Howe himself a good golfer and I found exceedingly; valuable They r

frequently appearing in parliamentary were furnished through; the courtesy:; for Infants end Children.The .

tournaments, theIr majesties visited the of William T. Lewis of tile Practical -

golf course on Lord Howe's estate. Jeweler and Optician. j Kind You Have Always IJought has borne the signa: _

Willie I'ark. Jr., had been engaged to Il' :lrJing the cleaning! of diamond ( lure of Chat. Fletcher, and has been made tiinlcr hupersonal

give a display of driving before the jewelry Mr. Lewis says: "Fir.-t wash: j supervision for over 30 "t'ars.llow no

royal party, and no easier or moregrul'l'tul in benzine; then in castile soap awl OliO
to deceive in
you this. Counterfeits, Imitations
swing can be seen among the water to which a little ammonia has ainl

professionals than that of the former I been added. Rinse in clear water, dip; "JII*t-a.-ood" arc but Experiments! and endanger the

t Musselbnrgh professional. Afterwardthe 4 (i1'11I'' o : in alcohol and dry on jewelers': saw- I health of Children-Experience against Experiment

prime minister and Mrs. Sassoon i dtisL This formula holds! for all jew-

Graceul10meD! playwl a foursome against Lord Herbert dry containing previous stones other I The Kind You Have Always Bough;

Vane Tempest and Lord Howe, the than pearls. "> Dears the Signature of
last named couple winning. "If the gold has lost Its luster
I A Desire lor I Perfect Figure It Inseparable ADVICE I I
FREE MEDICAL thruush usa;1. or !is tarni. hiil. snme I
from a love ol the Beautiful.
I-...*.f:Jie:: scent of the violet or rose is a! Monroe and Sharkeo,. Every working girl who is not further treatment is necessary, hoe'l'r '"-

precious as the lovely flowers whose Jack Monroe, the doughty Montana well is cordially invited to write 1 Make a solution! out oC'I quart I

Breath they are, and while the lives of miner-boxer who now makes more to Mrs. Pinkhaia, Lynn, Mass., j of water aid an ounce of cyanide of

flowers are brief and we can only enjoy money every week vaudeville' than for advice; it freely git"enand potassium and dip: the jewelry in it. i iI I

them for a day,the beautiful woman give he earned In the mines In sIx months, has restored thousands to health. i Then rinse in clear water and prom-d ,
the pleasure of her fragrance to us as a
as before from this point. A word of In Use For Over 30 Years.
The soft Hiss Paine's I j
blessing. fragranceof Experience.
permanent a beautiful I' caution re-pirdng the use e>f this( solu- ; ....r er"...., CO"N", n ..u..........aUT, ..rr Voss CIT't

.,I health and elegance woman; she suggests is the refinement purity, have"I want done to for thank me,you and for recommend what you ':. tOIl: must be add{tL Cyanide e.f potassium I I _!Br_ u __T_ G._____ __ __.___ .____________ __ _.....,
of civilization; an index always of good : is a deadly poison. Too muchcare i j
taste end an unerring badge of gentility. i I I Lydia 1:. Pinkham's Vegetable
I' therefore cannot he exercised in '
BRADFIBLD'SFemale i I keeps Compound them standing to all girls their whose feet work in '1 I its use. and the moment the cleansing; I :1 -- i J W. B.l WRIGHT I GOffiPflfiY

4f; lY J t the store. The doctor said I must process is (mpictd! it should bei i iI .

m Regulatorin j top work ; he did not seem to realize I i I thrown out. 'I \, 1"
regulating the lunar periods in woman that a girl cannot afford to stop work- '' "If gold is dull and requires: polishing, \ \ i1,.. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS {.N

) permits of no wrinkles pale cheeks 01 ;, ing. My back ached, my appetite was rub with n piee-e! e>f chamois leather $
u,1 l tortured nerves and shapeless figures. It is jr n "U4j poor, I could not sleep, and menstrua- '' upon which has bevn placed a small -fl :. LUMBER LATHS

[it JTature's remedy. 1 he druggist may off ct 1yr' i, tion was scanty and very painful. Ono quantity of jewelers: rouse. Wash off rt ,

something else and call it "just as gooJ'lbut day when sutierinoI commenced to the rouge;; with soap ((catilc mid Ava- !j I WED CYPRESS ..
I SEIRGiEw X111rlf'r
the menstrual organs will not Le deceived take Lydia E. I'inkhaiu's Vegetable i JJ ire ,l,
,1 and permanent injury way result. Compound, and found thatit ter; then rinse; In clear\ water dip in

Try our Regulator. Of all druggists fro 2 helped me. I continued its use, and alcohol and dry in jewelers'sawdust, i -''' PEX ACorA. FLA
Our treatise on 1'oman"xnailedfree. i soon found that my menstrual periods 1 Pearl jewelry may: be cleaned In the

THE BMDFIEID REGULATOR CO..ATLANTA.UF were free from pain and natural ; !i same manner as that containing tliu-
everyone is surprised. at the change;: in i moods except that the benzine bath COAL ;
0! me, end I am well and cannot lie too must IH cmUted and all the operations \ At\ED WUQD.
HOW TO KEEP WARM. grateful for what you have done for
must 1 perfiinrcd very quickly as
inc. -Mi 3 JANET I'.UXE, MO West i i12.1th
: : St. New York 1 pearls are often cemented place and WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH I."\ TIGER TRADE
Value of Xewipaperi a. a ProteetloaAffalait II I if orijinalof about letter f City.$5000or'eit'I'I I( fluids have a tendency to soften the I iI
Cold. I II not produced. ) THIS WINTER THAN EVE FEn RESEND
{ cement; hence the need for ppced. I
I. Fee people know that Ly the use ofnewspapers I Take no substitute, for it is :i "The rule Riven above for the dl'anI
R' they can keep warm in Lydia E. Pinkham's Ycgctablo !; Ing of gold applies: to nil soils of gold

j y cold weather when without It they I that ind silver trinkets. It is, e>r ought to :
i T would suffer says a writer in the Compound cures i be, needless to add watches are not toae Thompson, Olsen & C t Washington Post Several sheets cf
subjected to this treatment"How
t pinned to the Inside I of a man's or How to Core For Silver. I j Manresa Street, Tele/.hone 147.

;.. Loy's vest before putting;: it on and another Any kind of silver in daily use may to Slop: lilDi-. Creaking. I -_- -- ,, -. _4_____.

p part of several thicknesses worn be cleaned by Immersion in strong borax I CI'l'akin11 be quickly cured by ESTABLISHED 1863.McKENZIE .

p.J under the vest when going out into the and water for two or three hours. dropping a little oil on the hinges or a u

cold will take the place] of an overcoat The water should be boiling when the I little bit of vast-line dues equally well
![>{! to the l".ir man who has none and will should make a good showing when he borax: and silver nre put In. after tile murk load is another excellent; remedy, OERTING & CO.,
furnish! as much warmth. plate is dry rub with a little plate powder and places that cant be got at with
meets Sailor Tom g -DBAUK8 I-
j Many pour families have not bed- Sharkey next summer. and polish with chamois.! If silver an ordinary brush can generally be 0
r clothing! enough in winter to protect ornaments In the drawing room arc black lead
with pencil.
1.-1., them from call during extremely] cold Sharkey Is confident as usual of defeating not kept in a case, they soon tarnish. reached a Ship Chandlery and General 8arthaare

ct nights. Such families can make tilt m.t ; his; opponent but the miner is They can bt brightened; by dipping the How to Hake Corks Fit. I i
sure that Tom will down and out in 90S AND 805 8. PAL-II-XJI
eelvcs crfecty! comfortable by spreadIng go articles in a strong solution of ammonia If a cork should be too large for the j STIU tT.
t i. three or four u"\\"p:1l'prs'I betwern short order. The bout I is scheduled to and hot water. Silver should never neck of a bottle, drop it Into boiling i j - ....A.GENCY--

l the want bedcleithing they have. They take place either June 13 or July 4 in b<; rubbed! with tlanni'l ur cotton cloth. water for three minutes, and it will be i REVERE COPPER COMPANY: JOHN A.ROEBLINQ'8 HOAr l'0.'I

m will be asnwahly surprised to find that : Hutte. and both men will train Indus The plate not In general use should bewrapped round to fit quite easily. I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. BUSHEL A HON'B PUMKjSism

ti the it.ip.Ts; are equal to the ben ltst ; triou;:ly. carefully in tissue paper to I "
tcriij3 h\i\i.\ \ Clli Itotlcil! )
-- icttroEBD'.j!: ChrIs jlitkiri. 'hlnOOMPAS. !
Hi blanket in excluding the e-old. If
people exclude light! and :air as these are the
nil ItrliitiK Prize. I
ij! nc'ierally ui iI'' this iiiple: ; remoly rind practiceil it, tarnished i and wat"r to wish: ; off the ucrumul.-t i| 0. MoICenzio! Oertia Collecting Agent for Pilots' Benevolent ARIIO
has dfciditl offer
to goldtropt.y
t\ --- ---- -. I tion e.f dirt and filth from ehto".
tLl'rl''tJUI! valunl at $.;.INKI for the btsthorses I '
cas:s .,r (nMurption. Men and women How tu reripirlm lIanlh.If | !but how many PulTfrtrsnf enn-tipa- -
t, frvqrei.tly stand for hours alx-tit the that can be raml for it.11)' your Lands piT-iiire too frothy, filM I 'li..n i think about the aeeumllul.ttlnutof ;
club that wins three times becomes its filth THE GARDEN SECTION
within their
i I i'' body, hicU is'i at the elects or eitlur place's.! a few drops of tincture e>f myrrh to the
OWIHT. To be cliirililc! a horse must i u hundred time more detrimental |
cold nf water in which rinse theta a fieri i !
,1.JI".1 1II1'l'\"l'rl' ( r drafts air you
have started in at leapt two matiiit'L'S I to !good health than the dirt on the t: 0-- O3T*-oIPensecpla
t' and licfiirv they are aware of it havecoiitmcteil I and not have startt-d III a public race washing. Thru dry thoroughly aiiel''':i ,outride. The waste matter of fond I
i:17 a cold which terminates in dust with Imradc jiowtkr, e>r eiatnu-al. | panes into the bnwf-N. which are I
for at !cast thirty days prior to the ; Florida-
COI': contest for the The
trophy. race
1J New-piipers under the vest! ..r wrap may oltml'I1 on one's \vafclistainl and make '"} stern. If here this wa"te is alloweJ ': ---

'" when thus expo' : later than Sciit. 11.:
pre\eat taking ce>ld. The newsjiilper' is the hands every time! after wa>hiJg. 1 the body soon pets up fermentation
a nonconductor <.f heat and wh< nplaced The eentest'III l>e open to amateur Then rub well with n dry towel | :and decomposition, gases are form- j
over the stoniacli theBUpply roinsnien, and an amateur is describedin I chi whii'h are carried into the blood Beautiful Lots for Sale.
preserves the deed of gift as one who uenorJlTI'ptl'll and circulated through the whole !
( e.f what has been called the ivscrviiirs : wages or hire as a trainer or lion tu ,1..8R (hntclnln 1 ytpm, and disc ie is the inevitable: j lOxlST-'a feet at from $75 to $200 each according
A weak !ii the much
: lit heat in the bndj"+ It would point : worn steel re-islt. I' ,

eevm prubable that these suzge'stionswere driver. embroidered chatelaine lags is that j The best remedy for constipation i to location and surroundings.

already kneiwn by almost every I'arl.-Maelriil Auto Hare.Entries once tarnished by dampness or wit air! I is HKPATICUHA": because; it tnovp"l i -- -- -- -

\ve-ll infuriiied person in the cemntry, : for the Paris-Madrid race their brightness cannot be restored A the bowels ea-ily and naturally i Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,
but in fact few have ever tried it. sus: :estinn for the improvement tiC tar without irritation, iTipinjr: or sick-
\ery which starts on May -I, closed recently I I High, Dry Fertile Lands.
ni.shcd steel worK is eninir. It give strength and tone
TIle public wbmls of the ciumtry I : to use humid
U with the automobile clubs of FI"aUI'l'1
to the liver and
should teach the children these' nod j jklm'.nd alum horn some alum ami puuud' it eventually cures.
and :Spain though entries! be I ,
; may I Hold by all dru!_u fists. Tho grandest opportunity for investment
II fine and sift throusrh muslin! ever
rules fi.r their comfort and made up to May 13 at double fees.Tlio coarse ; apply -.- ---- -.. --
tf J health, for by their use great suffering fees are: Motor cycles weighing; dry with a soft brush. I'owdert d! - I ctfered in Pensacola.

JVOlllil lieaveiideel.llnw up to 110 founds $10; small vehicles, burned alum can bo bought at a Kmery: jniwiler well rubbed "n Rome Seekers Should See These Lots.
weighing from oTiO to X N 0 l pounds too;
to \\ hole, the \>ck. light vehicles! weighing from SSI to will often. remove smart spots: of tariiisll! Grist and Corn r Meal Mills I
i To whiten; the neck and re-move the on I-\(.'!. Either application needs thoroughness
l,4i: tit'
IHIUIHK ? ; heavy vehicles, I' A.V
'jd! "brown band"' made: by wearing the i I weighing from 1.431 to 2."iO pounds, ; : in u
velvet ribbon, try this: Take a wine- j I which is the maximum limit under the .. II I I I Hknotactcreri I

; glassful eif lemon juice and one of eau international rules $,...... The order of A Thousand Dollars Thrown I II' uoiCl: MEALANt) PC1tEGltntril Garden and Lru Streets.F.O. .
at de nileigne a scrape Into this two cakes start will be decided by vote. Away. STOCK FEKD. '
u cf the Ix'st brown H II. :Stir over a Mr. \V. W. Uaker, of Plaiuview, I
Patronize Home loda try, for there liI BREST. WM. It KNOWLKH W. K, H YES. JK., J, H, H1.F.ME
low fire till the usual Is melted. Thenpour Terre Untile and the "lilic Clrrle" N'eb., writes: "My wife had lung I)! Stock r"luoo yon should bay your MulllD( President. Vice-FrRsid<)nt, l'lMhler Ant f. b: rOF
' it into a mold to lItrth'lI.ra h t Feed from tbe Home Mnacfactarer i ii
President jams of the Terre Haute trouble for over fifteen ears. We i for by BO doing you encourage home iDdoi
the nevk with this and the mark will try. Your money Is 1.rtluthe community IlIad I
Trotting association the association
says tried a number of doctors and ;
Boon disappear.Ilnnr spent yon In tarn are Indirectly beneiUndIcIoaterlDR
dropped out of the grand circuit over a thousand dollars without any| the home manafscturvr JOt I First National Bank
meetings becaiiM Terre Halite U on aontrlbate to tbeanaseof labor. Yon or'
In Serte (Clierm. relief. She was very low and I lost It to tbeooramanlty which you live lilt
the wron? place in the map and has which oontrlbnt to yoor 80tlor&, I
Cheese may be made Into souffles, all hope, when a friend suggested
hid enough bad,
experience getting a
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ramekins, omelets, etc.. and served before -
tail end of the meetings and the bad trying Foley'a Honey and Tar PHKSACOLA.: FLA.
the dessert, or with crackers, wafer weather after the middle of "I't'm. which I did ; and thanks to this 4F,, MEN AND WOMEN.

biscuits, (>r celery with n salad, before i great it saved her life ('al., I.niquforunnetur.lI.It ,, Di RDOTOII.JOI1
ber. Tlll'Tl'rl' Haute :i"* ciatioii will remedy HheN dy. Indan.mahoui,
a hot dos 'rt lIr after the dessert.Clice G.vmt..d millions or nlrtrttiuni
not enter any circuit and will tix its stronger and enjoys better health eerta.uteture. of mucous niemtranM.l' H SNOWLK3.. BI/UNT. F. C. BRENT. //. K. HVXK )
dates independently <>f the circuit ever in ten D. 0. BKJ3NT
serves! with the salad. .\ Stilton or .a THVASSCHIM+aLCO. gent or pm-onims. < ,
yearn.1'e shall bl
'. dates, but with regard to the! best results never withoutFoley'.s cgcHHAnI! hold by nraceUI ,
Chl'stI'r11'1'\ is cut in half and one Honoy and Tar and would .. .,
for Terre Haute. t.a A. or nt in |) wrapr r.
part wrapped Iu a napkin and served l ask those Hfllicted to try it." \V. A 1 br ezprwd. prppnifi. for _
?i p roor31e m bee.3. aMi ii t1 n M i
{)'Al..mbHtt & n i iJT""We a
16 noijurfort and Curgniizeihi are cut in HMIer "(...! n Move On." Murphy.KiMio I % CircuitPhysicians teht on teue.tM iiip [
large i-lUvs; fr..iu the cheese and sired
't : Murphy is one of the most popular
( In a flll lied! napkin.' 'fhlIwr t'IiU of :St. Louis pitchers, but if he
dairy eluvsi? Is cut !in small cures e.f CASTOR I : araiy oar owu Bills of KzcljanRe on Great Britain, Jrei&
dmnot report in ;good shape he prob I
o -ial size, while the "ft eheesesr.ri :tbly''ill bt released even though; ho For Intants and Childrea Germany. France. An tria, Italy, Holland,, Belgium r.asbii. fwiy. < :

\ :Ni'Ufcliatel. etc.-are unwrapped has IH-CII a member of the National) HARPER i hvoien. DemDarlr an fror.i IItin! !>);il and seTpe.l bi'ieire league team for two seasons. Last His Kind You Have Always 6ougft ---- -
l;rVessels; Disburse aha Most FaTorsble! Term ,"
pert it:;:. Place un lace I per. Pass I ppeja and 'h
>eaii Murphyas I only : to
expense i Taken at Port of ostiraklon
8esra Obllgalions Payable Ten or Fifteen Da.'l
fri's'.i t l-nttcr. waft r biscuit: ; e.r the ivl- the wegnatare
dnhI'I'al'l'IIt1 in pxxl health titer VfBssl Arrires t hero,
try \\ ih the! cheese.The he complained of a sore arm or a tiredfitling I I :: of 4

1 lie was carried along all season t Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent In ConneotloE

Ku..j nil. .I and pitched but few games. NOTICE.I ;ailw Ina Iy with which wn ha"wa ix Prira partment for the TIisof

DeWitt's Little Early: Ri=Pre do 71tantnr;J.DR. .
not gripe nor weaken "th" ;ly,IPm. Martin Home \g In. have been authorized to take
Th"y cure hillou*net.. j juiiidice, I Jockey "Skirts" Martin has returned subscriptions for \Vm. JpnniG'FRryan' KING'S -- --

,I constipitiou and inactive liver, by : ti> Frisco after a profitable year inI'ugland. paper. "The Commoner. PEOFE33IOJAL] OASL8.wTcTROWETST .
If arousing the secretion the The price is fl.OO per in ad-
moving 1 year .
Marf.n nr-t into
; came promlnemv TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR
,f bowf'I04II'lltly, yet effectually, and, vance. Those desiring the papercan '
. glvlnz.sueh tone and sfength/ to the i while riding at the old Iay I>is- have it sent to them by fecdini ) ''f4'tk, < b, D.
1 glands fit the stomach liver and i trict track not far (ruin the 'oid-'n; 11.00 to the undersigned THAT COLD.I i I
, I (5attHe will remain at his home I'j Offic-: 17X S. Talifox.Uoari .
bowels that the cause of the trouble H. M. ROCH E. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
r f is removed entirely. These famous three or four weeks and will. In all Care Daily New. Cures from H to 9e. m. amid 1 to t p. If

j, little pills exert a decided tonic effect probabilityaccept a few' mounts. Consumption.Coughs, and after o'clock

t upon the organs! involved, and STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma, I
r it their use l is continued for a few I Schreiber Its> Hand IrrRu.on.Harney I PneumoniaHay Fever Pleu. laono OT7.i .
t days there will be no return of the ;
: Schreiber has bought! of tJarnt -, J. N. RofjFF.s, Minaeer.fill i prescribe it
! trouble Hariris Pharmacy, J< hn j risy LaGrippe Hoarseness
I i
IVrsuson the ,
!1, Bheppird, Sidney-- -.Kahn.- -- I. Maud !Vrgw,on. She fringe will Koyal be bred mare to I make eular trips betweer !iI for their most delicate! Sore Throat, Croup and i i|: JOHN S. BEARD

" TryGanther'sCandiAept i if' .. li".r I I i,I Penaco'a(-'rppport. Leave PointViihjpgton R-ivl'-n "trl'P'1 and ,| patients. Whoopirtj Cou h. !I IKO j:I A TTORNEY.A T.LA W.

. : Sntrr. .n'8.. I : wharf Th'H*(1ir af 6 11.11'. nnd ir I OLD and FW E. CURE. r O.PAY. i| omce-3tJ Tbiesen I5aildii.k') .
-- --' -- MVP at
J ; Freeport 6 p. m. 04'1111" i: II ivj !- ; Price 50an4 $I. TRU L BOTTLES FREE Office Hoars-8SO: a. m. to I ;> :I.
...:., ..,.. j I L" ve Freeport TUI.itJat 6.1. rn Ii | : i.
"'I.'.. .. "u" ...... ..... .O I \mt111"'" I tt.d arrive at Pfn-i{ eifi j j 2:30 m. to 6:30: m.
'" i p m. -\\1": p. p.
.. ; .... ... /]) I IJ If 'WIll
'V .... '0 '' repair your W' and
.... ... 7' b', { ;j 4; en every 1-1)'. Fore, round trip; f5; one w.y: j DannheisFer Pros i '' i v.eetire In Ali ttatft and drrnl c'"j:!'
-. 'Jt.f
.r\ tvIP
'. ,. btn. I2hlmex. ii I II1 .4c J I All basic"'. "ntro.t"d to me mil rrr." '
I p I i 'n. I prompt and diligent atteatloo.F .


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Herbert Hathaway Original.was] a very bright : What You T o Knob/ :

fellow. lIe was not only bright, but ,

CATARRH practical. Before he was thirty he ,

had accumulated a snug little fortune, Ifl) and Don't Knob. fl
anti since, to use a paradoxical: : expression -

no one feels so old as a young:

Whcn the cold wave flag isnp,freezing: atherison the way. Winteris person he concluded that his work That Biscult- I I IIA
tcre in earnest, and with it all the miserable symptoms of Catarrh was finished and that he would retire sense of satisfaction in eating Uneeda .

rtturn-blinding headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges from business and devote himselfto from knowing what don't know
f'oi-a the nose and throat, a hacking cough and pain in the chest, bad travel. lIe got no farther than you about ,

tlste ia the mouth, fetid breath, nausea and all that makes Catarrh the Florence Italy. when he met an American II II ordinary crackers-there is no mystery about Uneeda II II
and disgusting of all It of perI I .
cost sickening complaints. causes a feeling family and tell in love with one I

onol defilement and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious while of the daughters: who was studying ILWJ Biscuit. IIAJJ

jatie la spite company of all of efforts prevent it'GenUemenIhadallthelymptomlt.e Mancheiter,Vt.,March 6,1901. art. thing Ho spent and losing a; winter another.there What winningone he ( You know they are baked in a bakery scrupulously ( i .j1MI ,

l tltby:: secretions and mucous mat- that accompany this disease, men as won was Kate Spencer's heart; whathe clean. ( '
find tllr.way into the Stomach In the throat lost his fortune. A of
ter : mucus dropping a constant ; was part I,
j.1 are distributed by the blood tot desire to hawk and spit,feeling each day he was with Kate either in II II You know they are put up there in an air-tight '
nook and corner of the system of dryneis in the throat couch
; ante
': ry her studio or gadding. In the evenIngs -
Stomach and Kidneys, la fact spitting upon rising in the morning after 11 o'clock he was always at package-the In-er-seal Package-which protects them
and of the beIcab. forming in the nose, which required -
In part body
cYcrv or:: a club, where he developed n passionfor I
coc'e i isfccted! with the catarrhal much effort to blow ont,sometimes gambling. It was there that lie on their Journey to you.

;: This disease is rarely, if ever, causing the nose to bleed and his accumulations.One You know have been handled
pon. leaving me with a sick headache. X dropped II II they not Jf I
cveniirt'carliest: stages,a purelylocal had thus Buffered for five years. spring morning he borrowed sufficient -
throat,and this is why sprays, after I had taken three bottles
Eoseaail ther-in-law to take him back to America. -
visits, powders and the various in- X noticed a change for the better. This was a disapi>ointment both in life is to make them good. _

1xn!: ?mixtures fail to cure. Heredity Thus encouraged; continued to take I' to himself and to Kate, who had promised
,5 S j-/in(.s back of It-parents have it and in a short while was entirelycured. to be his wife. Hut Herbert wasplucky ( Uneeda Biscuit appeal to all lovers ( \
it;:: t ':> ( and had plenty of confidence of clean food.
treatment Catarrh anti- Main and Vine sti-Richmond, Va. II LL good
la li e lie told Kate that three years at most
sep: ': ,1 soothing washes' are good for cleansing purposes or clearing the I! would see him as well oil as lie had :1 1:% NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
throat. but this is the extent of their usefulness. To cure Catarrh .
IK: 1 a' d been when he reached Florence. Spurred S.
T 'r'a: i'1r, the blood must be purified and the system relieved of its load on by love, he went to work in : l lE.

cl f" u t ations, and the remedy to accomplish this is S. S. S. which has I earnest and was lucky enough to regain --- _____.. _ _n

no equal as a blood. purifier. It restoresthe i all he had lost. Two years after -E. W. PEAKE I You want a good piano tuner: to t

blood to a natural, healthy state and 1 his departure from Florence he returned -j I stay in Pensacola still you hold W.WU'r"r

the catarrhal poison and effete matterare there to claim his bride. : Electrical contractor and builder, back your order. Send it in. I have .

carried out of the system through the "IlerlKTt," said Kate, "suppose, your I will do your electrical work in first- bad 20 years' experience and have I
channels. S. S. 3. restores to the class and at reasonable rates. '
proper old habit of gambling should comeback style worked in several piano factories.
blood all its good qualities, and when i to you. AVe might have: to wait He can be found at 30 (South Palafox
rich, pure blood reaches the inflamedrim' two years more, and papa says thatevery street. Phone 203.O.A.STOH"XAa. Orders left at Johnson's book store m

.rane and is carried through the circulation to all the Catarrh infected ( time- a man begins;; over again : will be attended to.CHAS..

of the body, they soon heal, the mucous discharges cease and the W. PRESSLEY.Ludgin . it is much harder. You might never hats Always Bflgft =-
gears the
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patient: is relieved of the most offensive and humiliating of all complaints. make another fortune." .

S. S. S. i3 a vegetable remedy and contains nothing that could injure the "No, thank you; no more gambling ctura ;;; 's, fife [Drst jJr 5c.

rsort delicate constitution. It cures Catarrh in its most aggravated forms, for me. Let us be married at once ando i RUTAUnAHT

and cases apparently incurable and hopeless. Write US Jf have Catarrh
for a trip to Lgypt""Keniain If you want nice present to giveto CARPENTRY AND
12! our physicians will advise you without charge. in Florence just long a friend, go'and look through the ::-

THE SWIFT SPEPIFIOPP._ ..ATLAHTA7QA._ enough to test, your resolution. Then 3legant line of suitable articles at ELECTRICAL WORK :JIll -
....-- = -' it shall be as you desire.:' i J. I. Stephens, you surely can find :;II
.. .....v If
to please
KXXATIVEnot A few evenings later Kate proposed you. you C
TIIK HUMOR OF THE HOURSenator that she and Herbert should :amuse, want anything in the Diamond line Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone 600, < DAILY MENUS
14 too pool, for you if your themselves with a game of cards, without be sure to see him before you bay.SENfYOUlfORDERS If vou have any carpenter or electri-
) .''Ms areMutrish. THE REST LAX- cal work well done.PEARUIOLIVE. .
.Hln: ii a medicine that moves the Ilepew'a' Maui Plet. a stake-, of course. Herbert rather you-- .. -- --- : Comprise all the Up-to-
." vnUeiMlv and naturally, with- Senator Pe-pew was in Wall street bjectod at first. Cards had the same :::* Date Dishes the Mar-

it Irritation, griping; or sickening the oilier day, ruddy, erect active, his (>fT('<'t over him that drinking at a soda ', to Pearl & Dolive for carpenter or JIll kets of the World I

-foct. A mediclue that !strengthens' Htcp clnsttc! : as that of a mail in the for. fountain might have over a drunkard. I[ electrical work. Repair work a :::11II Afford.

muscles. of the bowels and tone' ties. Two men who knew him by They were liable to kindle a desire for specialty. Call on them at the corner of Oar- '::-

"in up to point where they will right! watched him admiringly as he the real game. Kate urged him how- \ PARKER'S 1 den and Alcaniz streets for carpenter C:;::- -
rfonn the work a, nuture intended, II"J. ver. and h,' consented. They had not "" HAIR BALSAM IF and electrical work. phone 630. ..

irhnut vich" a any medicine assistance i is HEPATICU- I>rpv," remarked one, "poems to played long; before Count Ouhenio Main 'F'.1 C1-... md I 'luiuiinl tmutifln fruwlh.Never the htlr.frumutei .I I I Ladies' Private

haw fouiul the elixir of youth. He !. a friend of the l''uCt'rs. came in Fail to Bestore Orq NOTICE OF APPLICATION
It embrac3 all the above good Color.
v Hair to it*.Youthful
Hies besides not liavin: : a bad alone of his coiitemixiniries: iireKor\'es : nd was invited to take a hand. lie Cum T.. .p d....,..ft h.1f laWn" : Dining Parlor.
>- .nd'II' \lnJ1g
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i-t neitlipr bitter nor sickening manlyisor.. ,wi -Sold by all dru.r; I ist3.mi snllwclal111\l11 feeble, whileViIIiarn C. proposal that they play for a small --- ter 4888, Laws of Florida.
Notiewls hen-l>v gi\t-n that H. 11. Mailer, .
-- .- --, -_. Whitney t-hows his age more than his stake to make the game interesting. SCHEDULE AND PASSENCER purchaser of Tax IVrttlicatH ><>. I'.i, ;
millions." .V paul was quite enough. A flush iKtfd the .r th diyof November..11.1'xi,hnBli'il i : Regular Dinner Daily.
mid certificate In my onion, and has
} DIRECTORY "rerli.ipV surest ed the other "Dc- (ame to Herbert's cheek. Kate was RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS made application for tax tlut>d to Issue In '=:-
I>cw oWeS his esci'Hfiit preservation to watching him to see what he woulddo. Accordance with 'law. Said cartilicate i'm- I -
brace. tb* following dosortbt-d property sltuated ..
the Practice IIf.t' etarianism." lie looked at her to sec what she LINE. In K.scamlna county, Florida, t'1I\It: Short Orders Promptly .
OF PYIHIAS.PCU "How is i: that" asked the first. "I wished Urn to do. To his surprise, Lots 4 and 5, block I.;I. K'-c. In, T|). 2 S. K. I IIf .
KNIGHTS a> W.. thy of Penssoila. the said Filled. Night or Day.
never hoard of his being a cgi-tarlan. she said: land being "eist-d at tbl' date of the issuance '
.&<-'I|& \t xlge. No. S, K. of p.. "NexiT? lon't you know that he cx- "To play for a little stake like thatIs The Pensacola St. Andrews and of such ccrtilii'Hte in the nan," of I

meet* every Monday et'eni Ms mainly on chestnuts?"-:New York no hl nn." Gulf Steamship Company has fixed shall Unknownthnt' redeemed Unless according said to certldcatu law. tax Something' { Good to Eat
ing at 1:10 at Cattle all, Times. In half an hour the game had grownto the following schedule and rates to deed Hill ISSUM thereon on tbe aitli day of you wish,you'll find It at
i \ In the Itlount Watson withIrew. apply between Pensacola and the March, A. I). 11"$. ,
r Hunting third floor. such proportions that Kate named Witness my ottlclal signature and seal
*_. ..J Visiting brethren cordially Fit the Dexorlndon. As soon as she had left the ta- points : this the 16th day of February! A. D. H(13. I Nick Apostle'sPopular I

.1 T wHloomed' J. ,. LYLE. "Oentlemen," shouts the Impassioned! bit; the other two not only raised the SCHEDULE. [SEAL.] A.Clerk' M.McMll.I.A.Circus Court. I'

\, H. UOKHLER O.C. orator at the convention "I take prideIn stakes, but raised the limit. Kate took Steamer Tarpon will leave Pensa- By B. H. 1l"IITON, 0. C. Restaurant
8. l'.foawSw ,
K.K. proM'iitinjj for the nomination the a scat at another table, took up a book cola every Tuesday night at 8:30
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pei-rless son of 1'ike county, the man and began: to read now and again casting o'clock, after the arrival of the Mo- NOTICE OF APPLICATION

II.IIII'on Loi1g' o. 13 of destiny, the fearless leader, lion. a troubled glance at her lover. At bile train and the P. & A. accommodation WWWWAi
to end train. This will enable a For.Tax: Deed Under Section 8 of
1t.* .i. 'i !Tidily fvpnlnu nt 7tn.: at ! Trimmer hotter known JMT- 11 o'clock the count proposed Chap-
*,,' .. Hi\ iri i r P,,lafox and Oardi hap, to num. \ niul ('hil.1 in our' the gnme, but Herbert insisted on goIng person to leave Mobile at 6 p. m., ter 4888. Laws of Florida. .

.KnlKbKcnnllally J. ALIdEkTJOILSt'ON., Invite: fair stateas 'the man on horseback.' ;; on, inasmuch as he had lost nearly make close connection at Pensacolaand Notice Is hereby given that to:. F. Maura
reach 8t. Andrews the next purchaser of Tax Certificate Nn. is,
U \. ''V. 0. 0.i There was ,ron-ideral cheering half of his fortune. Then the countproved morning at 7 o'clock. dated the'!nd day of October, A. I). 1 SRi I. has J. N. .
It..t S. ; ANDREWS
when the( si>pikrr; sat ilown, but a small to adjourn the sitting to his filed haiti certificate In my olllce, and has t :
made application for tax deed to Issue III
of seats this Kate objected and
man i-limlxtl on one the rear club. To accordance with law. Paid certificate-

lalhh,.,,,, 1.111 ls,'. N'u. Si, K. of P I II i and as soon us quiet was t'<'storCtlslu'uh'tl them either to cease to play or continue -I The passenger rate from Pensacolawill braces in the Kscambin: following.ouolv.described I'lurid property,,. to-..situated it-: ..,< Headquarters for ..t* .:

1 I) '\ nil IK Ni ,. 111 :- r\ftv Thur_dav "\'I'n-I "You liot he's, known as, 'the man onhorebafk. At 1 o'clock Herbert begged his fiancee To St. Andrews and St. Andrews at and i I. W. !'i Clapo Tract, block VI, SEWING MACHINES.
"k. in thfir t'nstle ""! 2 point?-$6 00; round trip $10. Kelmont Numbering. ree Id. Ip. :2 K.,
oulh-I straddlerthat's to bed. !She tll'dlnNl.t .
r-\VitM lutI(1ng,; He's the worst to go It 301 W. Tbe said land being aie sat .
c 1""I'u'" and II ull..n ;tr""I..1 ever boon in polities in this she asked how the game stood and i To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- ..d the date of tbe isuencetfsucb certificate -
.'- are con'Hllv w,4omed.l. $s 50; round trip $l.; In the imniri of I'nkiiOKi U.. nern.
.\LL .'S, : Herbert told her that he had lost I1t'lr.Iy These fares include first.class UOI"lIi hall -erUlicnte shall be redeemed according -
.. Lt:. 'tall'flt'r that is was, 'iy mouey for the everything he IlIlsses!'I.' At 3 he cabin, staterom and meals. to '"wla, deed will If-ue thereon ii "onHi Palafoi Krrret.INSURANCE .1 .
aL on the I'M day ofllu..b.. A.II.II.I.! : "
I that lie had regained j.
dark Ittr't'-.Jutll'; excitedly Further information can be secured Witness my otlicial signature and seal
three-quarters of his losses. by applying at the company's office this tbe lab day of r tlinmry. A. I I'. lutt. I

I. O. O. F. Tli. tumiilinient Slirert. Then he proposed to double both stake I I in the Thiesen building. [ EAI..] Clerk A. M.Circuit MCMILLAN.Court. ,

"Jn>t se. how my iK>or hands are aril limit, to which the count consl'ntI I By H. H. Bi'KTOV C. TA 'atn & gg1 .
I. :
,,,,,,,'.>U: Itulsf \<> 4ursdAv chai>i>ed, :Mr. MilliRan.;; ed. At 4 Herbert had but a thousand g CHICHCSTCR'S ENGLISH'ENYROAL .

I $ ",..nlnl? at 7:51: nt "IK'ar. dear how sad! T.ut really, Idhlii't dollars In the work Kate got up from PILLS
\\Vit..orII10'lt..d.Intcndi-nrla! street supjiii tllt'rt':1''; m>m on jour her seat went over to the table whore i pfSAFF.-I----.. .Or1gl.. -... Snd.O.Iy. G.nuI.n.. .

i (' J.IA\o"OS. N. G.Secretary. I. little hands, for chaps. Miss Lutie. I'm the two were playing and looked at %, is \'' "" ia lor C'llltllK-rKK' .oM ...,.lie KM.L1SIIlit ...:.<<... ....* ;
1\ '. sure these are merely half grown chap the game. Herbertlio was betting -' .u..I..ri..l. ...oo.b... Krfvw 1 .
These AND
3 ttvcrruus .bolll.lIo. and 1..1. tiny Capsules ;ircsuixrnor.
Pies?' high won $ ,UoO on one hand and lost I I -} UOM*. "'J.f jour limcxirt .,>rB4 4c..unit ,. I
to Balsam of
[ Copallia '
tor 1'.lIrul. Tr.t'nvnlali
AMERIC&N GUILD. The nnnnuncpuicnt of the encasement $3NN) on the next: : Taking out a pencil -.k.\ v' ..ul"Krllirr.. \ .II. l",.rlml.UIMM-tmuHl'!.,..''ml..l',<<.r.IM4 kj rel .)- I :beo* and InjectIOJIPJD"t l' REAL ESTATE, ,. J:
found that ___
his losses and ... .. .
will uest Sunday.-Clevehrd lie figured '''' C tli'h trr t krnl .U s..flt'W
apix'ar He looked at .. ,..r.. .'..11.... ..|..... MIILA.. F* They cure in 48 hours the \1 I No.I South Palafox! Street. 4 .
Plain Iuih'r. be had nothing left up
l'rn'II,11I l"haplf'r No. COT. -i.58ff.i<) liseas "it hoot in IYJn'fll I ; '
". "(. 1'. LlNINTKrTii.ary. Kate piteously. They must wait But till it I ... 'c.r.. '"10 .. Uo>eruor. \\Vnry \Vii.ue's'; nrl'ow ieape.1 he had made another fortune. Partial List of desirable: Dwellings I.""
was not this that caused the greater 'ii
for Rent in VarlousParts
suffering. It was that the passion' for j t '
K. OF L. rambling had him again in its toils. j Barrancas, Fla., Feb. 21, 19f>3. of the City: II ll". !

Kate put her arms about him. ', -Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will 135.00: -212. tory bouse containing 13 room, I .1
I .il \-.%ly No. 1.105.Miiiulayjln : Herbert." she said "when you proposed be received until 11 a. m. March 21, an modern conveniences bath onuppttr I '; ):
sod lower Coors, corner lot, : ,
M 1903 for constructing plumbing,
"arh month. to be married at once and visit nice yard and ihrubhery, uahh. nuthouses r. It
W. P.ll.TUARP. I did not believe the plan was and electric wiring one Lavatory I etC, 'o. 7U Kait! I.altuaft I., .
M M. W. Egypt; BRICK
DIXCLL.: also plumbing one set officers quart. ret-t. I.
Secretary advisable. It is plain that you must I ers and one barrack building Fort :15f3'810ry boarding house, containing ,
refrain from I i y: ) rooms, known a. the 1'once da l jjf!
be at work in JlcRee, Fla. U. S. reserves the rightto I I Leon house, .No. Hu Katt: Intenden- -i
The Beer gambling for you know that when you reject or accept any or all proposalsor i cia street. .; '/1'
: 1.53.00-A detlrablx 2-itory modern dwelling .
to do
have no temptation thereof. Information ,
are busy you I any part I> 7 rooms, mo t desirablekcctlon of tba '
so. If you like, we will be married tomorrow j I furnished on application. Envelopes I I city on 5 corner on toe htreet car "

That Made or, rather, today and go at I uras' on HAND containing proposals should be mark I I i:1J.l )-Large lino.No t.story usNorth dwelling.Barcelona If) room.street, '.

= 1 once America, you to take up jour I Ibu..lm'ss ed "Proposals" for Lavatory and I fronting M-villehijUure No.Sw )oas5"t: : 1\
arrive." Plumbing, addressed W. E. COLE. tiovernm.atatrpet. h
as soon as you I JJO,0)-Conifortable: new i-story modern ,
U1! FAM "$i norina." interrupted the count, I Q. )1.Ft'b. dwelling,II roonn.nry d..lralJle section tI .'If
lmR U friend of .HALF. 21-i3-2-5: Men 1W::?!) I oftbe city, situated on .NorthJiaylen m
"although I am a close your .. .. between Strong and IJHoto -
family, it is not meet that I should Hreeis. JI .;
Permitme I. I $J5.U: > -2-story dwelling In good order with .
-BVICTORIA- be present at this Interview. -TO- 8 rooms, three doors from tbe belt .
to settle accounts with you and I line. hao gill and water throughout .j'
: ( Ib" No. :210North Barcelona street. .'t
will withdraw. As your agent I have ... '
I ONE MILLIONGet .00-1. tor1 dwelling room., city .atpr. ,t ,
l'urCt't.'tlrd.'cry well. I should not I bath gas with large corner lot.ho. I
:' y though I rarely play, I amconsil1t'rl'll We8trlgbt 1 street. .
ACME BREWING CO. boast for :: 115.71)-1-story dwelling.6 rooms, newly papered _
lit..r 10-CrAT:: the most expert player at and painted throughout on ..
belt line. No.*# Katt Oregory ttreet. ,
memoranda all sinned :
\\ TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. my by club.Mr. Hathaway These foot up $155,000. i Our Prices Before I 115.00 1-story'7 room d\\'elllnl.CHy, bait Hock of wattrand around bath wltabeaotllul .J j' J'.

I .
bbadu trees, Jio. 7us East ;
BROS ;which with the amount you gave me tenant". .trtoet. : .
R- to risk. makes In all $153,025." II I.V: >-l-ilbry dwelling. >'o 4I5Eait Grego. l<
AFX5 FOR THE CELEBRATED Herbert Hathaway who had by this Purchasing.Capactty I t i'i' street,5 painted. rooms, newly papered and If >

:, V time taken in the situation threw his ,. -.--..- 11l.000.114 East Belmont Street, 6-roow
HarDer .
flisiey.V .
about his fiancee and sobbed.: cottaite. city water, newly painted
g arms In perfect order.
"Kate," he saId. "without you I am 110.50'llNortb Alcanii .trbet, a new .
to myself! or any one else; with bouse in good order with 5 roomi. I
'- useless 50,000 Daily. HQ.fto.( OJl hast; Belmont Street city ; I
H : "
t" "me-401 fi. Palafox street. you I may always be successful. ..water a neat 6 room cottage newly

'.R-Kxc': :LflgeOpp.; Union Defot.p At 10 o'clock a wedding couple, the painted and renovated throughout.
C. R. TAYLOR t .oo->o.iriokaM LaKua street, a neatly ',
0 Bx There Is no flnctnation in the price of bridegroom: rather sleepy looking, called papered 4-room cottage In good con i
Pensacola Fla.
dition,large lot, city water.
and were !
wild oats. Philadelnhia Record.Lttatjve American embassy
: at the A large lilt of smaller well
ai .
-- Phones 116-268. I married. At 1 o'clock they took a train ci1an! Brick Go Artistic Shoemaker, ai a numbe.ror stores and dWPlllols HE .r. ,..

-- Calais thence to :New York. ,

81222 Qininet: I4D:7/1.; on every card Herbert again.Hathaway HOGHR never T. hOWELL touched a Pine Barren, Fla. Phoce No.23. 9 South Palafox St Leadlri Agents Real ttoutn Estate.alafox Rental: Htreet.and Iniaranc .

C ;es a Cold in One Day, box. 25c J r:1:


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Douglas, am in favor of the race to i Oldest and Largest

.. which I belong having the superiori- MORE ABOUT'JUDCESWAYNE What would do the next time Agency j in
you you
.... .
..,.t'. .r., ,=:-. .,, r' '. .."1, ,, ",' .ty. I have never sale anything to West Florida.ESTAIILISII11) .
DAi -- &;.;.-... ,.. .. the contrary; but I hold, notwith
1 .. .. -
__. : : have hard cold if couldn't get Ayer'sCherry
standing all this there is no reasonin a you Ism;,
the world why the negro is not en-
*.t.rMl .t tie Post Office at Peowcols, titled to all the natural rights enu- Pectoral ? Think it
over. toc.r
I leeond-elaes atxtter.O1rxcBPttt'r
merated in the Dclaration of _

Building: r114 HootbF dependence-the right to life liber- Coolies Bros.INSURANCE
.. .. .
sdaroaetreot, ap- tttlri. ty and the pursuits of hapiness."-Abraham SOME ALLEGATIONS PRINTED IN I -- I --= ===--=

Lincoln in the LincolnDouglasdebate was appointed by Judge Swayne to ,

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. :states,"p p.75 325.2 Rhodes of the United THE PICAYUNE THET ARE NOT defend him, notwithstanding the protest CRIMINAL SIDE

GENERALLY KNOWN IN THIS of Hon. John Egan, the District
Terms in Advance- The negro has been given all these
: Invariably
Oat Tear by Mall_____.5 00as "natural rights" and is protected in CITY.
Month ,' 2 SOOM them in all parts of the country. his fifth specification, Mr. O'Neal

Wee*,by Garner, Payable M.-aday 10 But the negro is still unsatisfied. charges Judge Swayne with having AND

The is demanding, and his appointed and kept in office E. K. POLICE CATHERED IN OVER HALFA
negro The Picayune of yesterday prints
ilverlieing on Ipplicati'-n REAL
Nicholls, the referee in bankruptcy, ESTATE
friends of the Roosevelt persuasion, the following:.
although he was "notoriously incom- ,
rFLEPHONE NO.\ II*. are demanding for him, perfect poli- Washington, D. C., Feb. 23, 1903.-
: petant and unable, intelligently, to
tical and social equality. Formal charges, looking to the Impeachment 301) South 1'uliifov Street
discharge,the duties of his office.
+ pi His ambition, however lau able of Charles Swayne, Judgeof

INONLAB! from 'his standpoint, can never be the United States Circuit Court The sixth and concluding specifi- Sixty-two cases were on the mayor's Phone 2':. PEXSACOLA.FU.:
cation charges that Judge Swaynehas
% 1 gratified in this country.It for the Florida Judicial District, were docket this morning as a resultof
been guilty of tyranny and
is best, too, that it is impossibleof presented to the House Committee on oppression the work of police for the past 21 -
in conducting the afTffairs of
IE826 1903 consumation.It Judiciary this morning. As published hours but there
P6N13t00LA, his office; that he has committed improper was nothing of a GIXEU.GIXTS
is better for the and it
negro exclusively In the Picauyne, attorneys
--.. .- acts, and that he has brought serious nature recorded, and it was
is better for the white man. have been in Washington for several
.Mrs. L. B. Mathews, the woman in The commingling and intermixtureof I days considering the advisability of discredit upon himself and disreputeupon regarded as a quiet day. The Equitable

the case has also sued Mr. Stetson the Court "to the extent that
whites and blacks: means a retro bringing these charges now or wait Rowdyism started late in the afternoon ,
for U50, OO damages to her charac the people living within the jurisdiction I
gression of both races as fully Illustrated until the next t.esf-iou. It was finally and continued until mid
ter. My, my, but it startles one to in Mexico, Cuba and some ing of his Court, lack faith in its integrity Life Assurance Society
concluded to file the charges
night. violations
contemplate what tremendous high great many
and doubt the righteousnessof
of the South
American Republics 1
ask to !
priced characters these people must without delay and Congress its adjudications." were overlooked, considering the Of the United States.HKMtY .
where the have become feeble
take such further action as might bethought
have had to permit of such enormous physically and intellectually, and are ,, In behalf of the people of Florida I season of fun but even with this I H. HYDi:, F.mniJfr.
damages and still have any left worth more and more rapidly degenerating.The O'Neal asks that these charges be some people curried rranks too far I
mentioning. The memorial, ", Ph MX specifications : I 'Strongest in the World."
fully investigated by Congress, that
negro has been raised from a alleging non-residence inconi- I and had to pay: for it this morning;
slave to a freeman been I proper remedy may be had. -
lie nas
potency, improper administration of Frobibjy ihe most ot-rhm clash
The friends of President Rooseveltare
given the right to hold property andis his office conduct and 'fe I WHY NOT THE BEST ?jZS
making a bad matter extremely! Nearly Koif.its Hit I II... was between OtHcers 1'ondt billa and
protected in that right lie is
few other things, was prepared and
worse when they seek to prove the boug- C'aU d.LCU'cr;T"i>roiticied" A runaway almost ending fatally, Farinas and l soldiers
W. C. O'Neal, and was I
negro's aptitude for social and political the enjoyment &f life. He is paid for sented signed by by Attorneys Davis, of Pensa-pre- tasted a t orrible ulcer on the leg flf''i __ THE 1BERCHAJ1TS>>
equality by citing the alleged fact 1lyhteriouh ('It CDttlN' anl'p.
J. !{. Orner, Franklin Gro\e HI.
uu jajor ULU u r'l-lccied iu Us coafcts. : ,
cola, and A. E. Pare, of Dothan, Ala.
that statistics show an average For four it difiKi all doctors One was pale and sallow and the
he is :-roiecteJ in the en- After hearing the charges, Chairman ye-irs i
forty-five cases of miscegenation ev :and all remedies. KucklenV Arnica other fresh and roy. Whence the TRANSFEn GO.
yj went 01 iiis roiiyon anJ can wor- Jenkins subcommittee, I
appointed a
ery year in Boston. Let it be known dilfereuci? She who is !
.. Silvohaduo trouble to cure him. blushing
", VKI according to the dictates of of himself, Overstreet, of
that no southern community has any consisting Equally brood for Burn, Bruise*, with health u"'e Dr. King's New Havin been awarded the contract

desire to imitate Boston, but on the his own conscience. Indiana; Powers, of Massachusetts; Skin Erupti. n: and Piles. 25c at W. Life Pills to maintain it. By gently I' for c..rryh>Klhe U. S. Mail bl'tW.4n
x.ij\Juti tuc-au trials the liac'3 areTo DeArmond of Misouri. and Clayton, the L. & N Depot and Post Oilke;
contrary is making the great fight for uri\\. A. D'Alenibertp's Drug lore, 121 arousing the lazy organs thty compel and yl-o the exclusive ,
of Georgia, to make a preliminary in- b I I baggage -
preservation against the possibilities South Pulafox street. good digestion and head off con- lege on all trains entering the
become statesmen, participatein city,
vestigation and report not later than __ _
of such an ignoble fate. the administration of the n I ,tipation. Try them. Ojly tic, ut we are prepared to transfer bisrsuilsanri : !
gov- Friday morning. At that time the W. A, D'Alembeite, 121 ti. Pulafox I pa-pn"is to and from all no.teN. .
_.'r: out auu tMjuy jieru-cl social wehther residences and trains.
Committee will determine or ODINAMANDIED day or
EXPORT AND IMPORT FIGURES. I street, Druggist. :
: jqa.ilu! he mast ga elsewhere. not an impeachment resolution shall : I night.

.. The'export figures furnished by And to those who are inclined in be reported to the House. If such a TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS. PrvIDDt & RClEh1C I Service GU1fancfl.! I

p ; the Treasury Bureau of Statistics IL seems to us that the resolution is reported and passed, it HERE :

', continue to indicate that the foreign Liberian movement would appeal to will then be insumbent upon the Mr. Tho Wentworth will tod.iy We Business also conduct-haul a Freight pianos; Delivery safe,

-;t .r4 commerce of the United States is i-iuun&n u.o\eiut'nt would appeal to House to prosecute the case before --- : take char A <>f the city circulation of machinery and furniture at Reason

;,! resuming its normal conditions. The ... >cry airoug.y. if the Committee able Price
the Senate.
THE NEWS. He will take
larger than FIRST CELESTIAL THAT HAS subscriptions Telephone your orders to F. R.
January exports were There they can work out their own should consider the time too short to

't those of any preceding January in .jii y aim show to the world their this session, and collect all account, Pou's Limy Stables, Phone 31.r
, take up the matter at EVER PASSED TO HIS REWARD Mrs. H. H. HallmaikV, Residence
r j! the history of our commerce except .'i-ja ai-d capacity fur self-govern- an investigation may be ordered anda Mr. WeRtworth has had large experience I Phone 3ol.MERCHANTS.

those of the year 1901, in which the ,eu. or heir unliincss! and incapaci- report be made to the next Con- IN PENSACOLA.At as circulating manager of

t, January figures were about $2,000.- ..-. ?;r: c. I TRANSFER CO-
gress. large daily papers, and will make

'. A 000 above those of last month. The The most careless and callous observer In his memorial Mr. O'Neal charges THE NEWS service of the paper at- MRS. H. II. HALLMARK, Prop

1 f.1 total exports an January IDOII: : was t can but note the fact that as that Judge Swayne is guilty of vi- the undertaking parlors of to all HAURY HALLMAKK, Tran-ft-r Agt.; ,
134,040,932: against $l3G 32: ;;.Co1( in we recede from the factory I
'.If $ slavery period Section 551 of the Revised L. X,
} olating S rlbup & Wood all the forenoon 4 K. K.Co.P.antl P.& A. l'iv .
1901 $1IS,4_GG74 in January the alienation of the I
January two races are Statutes, because he is a resident of I
''.m 1898, and $C772Cr.l in January growing wider and wider apart. Delaware and not of the district for until 3 p. mt. tM- aft rlloon, lay the Try Gunther's Candies at

U' 189:5.: Thus the exports in January The tension indeed, is becoming a j whi'-h he was appointed. The second remains of Ah Ch nx; a Chlnaman'i' Solninon'a I Tin:

++ 1903 were double those of January matter of grave concern, and w hen '' declares: that Judge who did at St.\ Au' h uy's hospital j
:';' y 1893. it cumes to pass that a people of a Swayne is incompetent by reason of at b o'clock Ki-t tik'ht.! It will! Surprise ycu-Try It. J JY GRij tR Y
'II It i-s the m-didue ul,,ve all other
Turning to the import side, lastmonth's whole section feel that it I is !
.t ; not safe his lack of legal leirnin?. The docket Clung is the fir.t Celeti i il that ha- for catarrh: and U worth its weightin I ,
i' figures show the largest Jan- for members of the family to travel
of the Circuit Court Appoals ever died in this city, and he was not gold. KlyV Cream It Urn does all
uary imports in the history of our the public highways or remain at New Orleans he says shows that the that i-s claimed for It.-H. \\'. rperry, 'lwlt'.al"> and

' commerce. The total imports in the home unprotected, the matter is serious whole number of cases in which the resident heie He was 22 yearsof i Hartford, Conn. i Retail (;roars.
1 month of January 1903! were $83.100.: : enough to the best also and w 14 one < f the steamship i iBelnlont's 1'\1\1"\11 wf" 1.1UiC'tPd'Ih catarrh.He II
engage and I
; Judge has rendered judgment;:; I u-t-d Fly'a cream II .Im and theJiMi.T.eible 11I'tUJt:.\H11:1:'"i 101
: 891 against $79,133.192: in January of thought of the country and measures in which appeals were taken, only! crew Death was caused I ( + catarrh: all left him.- I

'. last year, and J73.lCS.2ii7; in January should be adopted to relieve this con- twenty-five per cent were affirmed by from consumption. i J. C. OI/: }-tead. Arcola: 111, I Family, Fancy and StapleI

.It 1893. Fur the 12 mouths ending with dition. The hunt dots not irritate and I
the Courts.Mr. I Ia'
Appellate The funeral occurred this afternoon cau-f* sneezing. Si-Id by Klv Brothers I < Groceries "*
January 1903: the total imports approximate Bishop Turner's scheme to remove ?
Ir O'Neal in his third specification M Wiltl', New Yoik.
o'clock and the rpinains
the billion dollar line, being the negroes to Liberia is one way to : charges Judge Swayne with improper were in-I and All Kind; of Pp-to-date Fancy

?n;;,: 3.fo1., against $742/>CS923 ,- who the problem and should appeal administration of the businessof terred in the foreign ftctiou of Kt.John's FOR SALE (jooj ,

e : : for the 1: months ending with to the thoughtful consideration of I his office: that he has brought himself cunett-ry. I \\' are Hole Distributor for \V''.:

January 1S9S.! This increase in im- l holh races. into disrepute and has caused I Florida for the Celebrntf-ii Cafe iir
For Ov !
r Sears
portation is chiefly due to the continuing The relation of tl.e two races "half I MondeCotfee, Sweet Home MoUse -
his office to be dicmlitod. In proofof :,1 Kif. WINSLOW8 HOOTHINH .y RCP ba.I I The Costumes Used in Illiiii and Climax Flour, Hiyl.- -
demand of the manufacturing slave and half tree" were much more this, is submitted a memorial to Own ust>d for over 1111) ytthrfc by rrulltoDSo1 : {)('lil'itfspn, OerUltn-Am"rl'l'aJ'|

interests for raw material from I: amicable than they are today and Congress in the form of a joint resolution mothers for ttifir children while teething I last Year's Carnival I Food C' .'* Canned Meats Etc. AI.

abroad for use in their industries. )i Roosevelt's folly simply calls attention adopted by the Florida Legislature with perfectsucce.s. It hoot b... the child I lof which are told by all first-cU"
softens tbe gums.Hl'uys all paincures wine Parade. Retail Grocers in the
. In the calender year 1902: the man to the ever widening separationof I city.
:' in IS1.:*:;, declaring his actions jollc, and IH the best remedy for liiarrbori. :
?. ufacturers' materials that were imported the two races in the south.-Ocala susceptible to corrupt influences and It will relieve the poor little sufferer 1m : I jf)2flO Kl"lll I'AI.AIOX

amounted to 433: million dollars lianner. mediately hold by Drugging la every Dan ,

against :391 millions in the pn'- recommending impeachment. f the world Twenty-five cents a bottle These costumes are in excellent II I
Judgo Swayne's conduct is
Ke sure you ask fur "M rs.Wloklow'g Hootb- I PENSACOLAIPressillg
ceding year and 2H millions in the S.IIIJI.le buttle of Dr. Kilnif-r'i: criticised faT appointing and continuing lag $yrnp. 'an
calamlor year l! 9tt Manufactures .s-jnii'-I4, the great kidney liver in office, 1!. C. Tunison of I thing to wear at Iris Majesty's

1- ready for consumption also show a arrt bladder reimiU urn being ill"uibutrd Pensacola, "a man of notoriously bad FOR ,LUMBER j| Grand hull Club

material increase. b"Mng in the calendar hrr fl tom M uit fref. Have I February
character and repute. In 1&91Ir.. Call on IIEE''' MAN LUMBER1

s oar 1902.: irj.7SS.22S.; against you IH'l'I\'f.d"? O'Neal says, Tunhon" testimony was CO. for e! iimati 4 before placing j 24,1003"e\\ will sell one i FOR GENTLEMEN.

513S.757.S23: : in 1'JOl: antI J120.438.9C3: ; ; impeached during trial, in which beappeared or more to
YOUNG PEOPLE a your orders!' for lumhfr. dlO-lni any person until j
18%. l as a witness. Also it is alleged -I -
The following table shows the total MARRIED LAST NIGHTA You can get your house they are closed out Jpply
that when A. G. Nicholson was : One Dollar Per Month
:I Imports and exports of the United I furnished complete with : at once toCIMS.
quiet wedding took place last tried a year ago; for murder on I

; States in each of the twelve months night at S o'clock, when Miss Nettle I high seas Tunison. as United StJ.t'S'J' eleg
.. eding with January 190.1: and indicates Clarke of this city and Mr. Joseph C..1 Commissioner, first remanded him to sIGn ft Quina'.f on easy pay'Intents I Clothes Cle-tned and l'resaed! '.-'
the unusual fluctuation I in the '' lJwlding Com.UV.S.'S I often as desirM. Your Clot! ,
jail without bail and subsequently' i
Crosby of New Decatur, Ala., were wef"d/lJr monthly P"I\ for
mid d
ri" exports during tli" last year due to "livprfil. Call "'
made man and wife by Rev. W. Q. [ 'J.i Sjuth i'alafox and Join ti.*
: 1 the crop shortage, and the steady! increase I Clull.i .
\'rel'lan. of the Jadsden Street Methodist i

1'I:4;: during the year in importations ) church. The marriage took ...... ......... .&.o i i

: place at the bride's home at GUS' East : j ,5ftESPECIAL tg''iiis' Flail Slirls a fDeci lJ.!

ladsilen l street. The party left on the I srwTirri/r'ci STOLE VouMforNeatne'G. '',
t Month. Imrorl Exports.February. .
r I'''.'''''''''' $I0l,3i 9.f95 I I'f 11:03 train for New Docauir. -..................e4l4D': : : W.

": March, Sl..n: : ]111.1:1.1"1: p G COLLARS IRWIN.Hot .
'f!: 1 0 < I'liri t i o DM 01'1 Jill \}'
AIJril. _:3.S2224!: :! ; 10J.1G9.S71! : : ,, 2j
take I.AUIJ\'A IrennIuIolneTahleh All :j
; : : : I .tOtG..O..cO,.e j
lay' 7."s7 02l,1 IIUltI-18! r..rl1n the iiioiiry if It lulls to o
; :;.";;4 :! :; cure, e.. w'. Urn". signature H ou t Yohtk.x. Chocolafo with
June, 7.1 S92I1,4c! ,:.,
Juy! .l ,H..S.t SS,79m2i: : -- ------- j BILL OF FARE 'T HE;K will hE popular ill I IJ rain's.Whipped Cream at Solo-

August, 7S,9'SI 1 !lt9-tnO: Wf will luuLQ !r jour -<}'rafl- far \ SpringVait*, Fincv

September s7,73; ;,31G ];2L2.2: ,::sI o cuntach and: make them liikt .): Sleeve, Cap nod Khiiff-d

October, S.,419.1: 1H.i,4\: ; : > "'* "'ar Lerntrrv .J jtjt HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR THE A'" tA I Effects aNn will ho'd! rule thi4prit'it. STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE
All these ellect3: in
November SSIU''t: : ; 12a20t120t : :!/ fact the latent I.f nil
practical -
I I Mardi
'I Dt.'C'cmlxr.. 91..f .9 7 1ISAlA03 RAINY WEATHERIS Season Ij style, are found iu our Stock of

Jan'ry (HItI) So,109.S)1: 11.010,92: : NOW PREDICTED between I>n aoola! and Milton- at

: ta AND DURING THE VISIT OF THE .".t I BUTTERICK PATTERNS. Hum Rally Except: ,",and a,.

THE DEPORTATION OF THE | Rainy weather is now predicted forth i "
+.BATTLESHIPS. The March Pattern giving "CITY OF TAMPA.
NEGRO. next day or so. Two days of the +- : : some indication of prevailing

most pleasant of weather was allowedfor j Spring Styles are now in. JT Mtitoo "ai .m Lv Pen'seolalW p5trPen..eotatI
Abraham Lincoln, whose anniversary I : iiBin Ar Milton 5J4pm
carnival celebration, but it is Fish When next you com to our
now Game
| Fruits and rare flue
in Season : Hound ,
was celebrated in all parts of ..6 Vegetables J store, vi-it our Paper Pattern ; trip .1.(1J
stated that the temperature will fall
me country on the 12th! of February "* A department, indeed, it wnulj
and winds from the northeast will Served in All Styles. i pay you, if you rjavedre5 'mik-
and Is known
as the "liberator of
prevail. It rained in the west gulf lug intention", to mtke a fpecial JEWELER IN HIS
the sla\e. in discussing the status states this morning and was snowingin trip to cur store for that
of the two races, put himself on record II purpo".
Northern Texas and Western Kansas 1
In the following emphatic and at S a. m. : Dining Room for .lJ.lJ NEW STAND

unmistakable"I have no language purpose: to introduce | -- ; i COE'S BOOK STORE

politics and social equality t>?twc'n I .$.$ Indies Exclusively.S : i', jew
the white and black rac'-s. Thwv Your Liver 213 South 1'alafo Street, 1 hivo moved my ',Ify sore tt

U a physical difference between the + I 121 Sou'h Pahfox formerly '"3pi -
Will be roi; f-il to its natural duties --- -- . PEXACOLFLORIDA:
two myjudgement, will d by I5as & (;1)lnd am r'*
probably forever forbid their living const'i) your: >aii'.n biiiuawnoss.tie cured headache if you take and : BUFFET SUPPLIED WITH CHOICEST $ ,,:otr"":' ii!:: better prepared than ever to ?n*
together! upon a footing of perfect
and inasmuch :' !J, .. .]l' ; great bargain; In dliL1: nJ-I, waf ll.H:
equality; as becomes G' n- (' _c"A.; .. OF WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS. I
a necessity that there nr-; : U 'WfJ: ..Ei ; | Fait (naney Curs! Jewelry, etc. Call and fee me a:.l

r ive, a" difference I. as well as Judg.a .:! Sold DJo: arugjjists. 25 ct&th ......OteNllaefQO.e.HNNp......., +tt..$ i ii f"kf s :d U.da t! !:t. let mo convince J,'you I, HTEPIIESAA' .


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::=- lace ruffles fell from the handsome NO ARGUMENT NEEDED. *" "' oeoe \
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W. 9, O'NEAL, Praildut; M. E. eLARKf ; n
THE 1903 embroidered "cuffs. The knee pants FOSHEE.Vioa-Prtsidant, ; JOHN PFEIFPER, Ant Cuhltr. .. .

were of blue satin, pink silk stockings Every ,Sufferer from Catarrh Knows

and blue satin slippers with That Salves, Lotions, Washes, AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK '

gold buckles, and pink bows. The
JARNIVALCoctlnufd Sprays and Douches do not
coronation robe was of heavy crim- Cure OF PENSACOL&PLA. ,I 15

son velvet bordered with ermine, 1

from First Page.) studded with handsome Jewels, and Designated Depository of the United States. f :
( Powders, lotions, salves sprays and
lined with exquisite white satin. The Condensed Statement at the close! of bnslnea Feb. 9, 1903. :
inhalers cannot really cure Catarrh,
-cept one were in the deliriums. It wide ermine collar was tied with because this disease is a blood disease RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. r..
heavy gold cord and tassels.
"a3 a wonderful but not pleasing, and local applications, if they Loassand Discounts! ...................... 336072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... ..'.... .... ..... .... $200.000.00 I li

and all were glad when It The Queen's Dress. accomplish anything at all, simply Demand Loans ..... ..... ......... .... .... 1228G654 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 20tM'.oo '
spectacle. the next Overdrafts......... ......-.............. .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits. ...._.......... ..... .... 690.76 ft
car, a Her in her white
passed on and verycautfUl Majesty was regal give transient relief. U. 8. Bonds and Premiums............... 213,806.87 Circulation.............. ...... .... .... .... 125,000.00)
l one, came into view. This robes and glistening jewels. Her natural The catarrhal poison is in the blood Stockssecurities, etc... ...... ...... ...... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .... ...... ...... .... .. 180.00 t

,as beauty was enhanced by a and the mucus membrane of the Furniture anJ Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.71848 Deposits..... ............ ...... ...... ...... f.t&,D-I9.31 t f I
traine of shirred white lace Cash andExeh"nKe............ ... ......... 228,17024T .., "
The Sporting Nereids. gown en nose, throat and trachea tries to relieve '

The car represented a spot of oldOCt'an over white silk. Just below the hipsa the system by secreting large I '

with fish of various sizes and deep fringe of pearls, headed by quantities of mucous, the discharge ...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ,...... 911420.10 Total....... .. .... .... ..... .... ...... .... $911,420.10 'oJ ;J ',

peculiar! shape sporting in the sea. several rows of shirring, outlined a sometimes closing up the nostrils, This bank opened for business October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give :

-ne lisg''st fish was in the middle pretty yoke effect. Narrow panels of dropping into the throat causing four business prompt, courteous and careful attention. '" 't.t

I!:,1 was honored by supporting on I white satin radiated from the waist, deafness by closing the Eustachian 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.

t,3 iroad back the queen of these extending almost to the bottom of the tubes and after a time causing catarrh .t

of the deep. On either side, gown. These panels were heavily of stomach or serious throat

spirits I.Ji isej on the back of a great flab embroidered with pearl flowers and and lung troubles. B. H. FAIRCHILD, I --...... :t'. w. & COT ---.;:;"""XG. w Is. & CO I "',

o't-r sea nymphs. These Ne- crystal foliage and were caught at A remedy t6 really cure catarrh ," s ,
were the lace skirt with pearl fastenings.The which cr :3P oat o u e T u n. 33 n. .
were the fabled daughters of must be an internal remedy

n'\v 13, .= and were attendants on Nep- bodice was of lace, slightly will cleanse the blood from catarrhal 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. GREEN WATSON & CO. I

.ut' tie bon of Saturn and god of '' bloused in the front. Small satin tabsto poison and remove the fever and 'aroet Work and Refinishing Furniture a f1 Ii :

,i, 5a The sea was here represent- match those on the skirt fell from congestion from the mucous memo Specialty.I'laon.o .

(,! as Uing stirred by a tempest, the low neck, and soft folds tulle bordered brane. 48S. I
i iI New Goods
r' ung it into dangerous looking : the neck and shoulders, caught The best and most modern remedies o Received. Q f

ar.u at the rear of the car, one here and there with sunbursts of for this purpose are antiseptics R. K. WHITE o
;\ .i I BLACK SILK AND JET DRE 'is higher than the rest whilea large brilliants. A court train of white scientifically known as Red Gum, -d
:: 'r' i Witchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler ct3 IN LADIES'GLOVES. :
.', : ;o fiih mounts over its crest. : satin sweeping four yards back hung Blood Root and Hydrastin, and while
fl, ,,v. : ts! came : from the shoulders. From the neck I each of these have been successfullyused and Graduate Optician, "<-q' .
was a fall of tulle embroidered with yet it has been difficult PUA&tola. Fis.judnq's
The Dryarfes the Souls of the Trees. i i'l separately 11 Koatk Pathos St., LADIES'AND MISSES'LACE HOSIERY
crystal and pearls. Crystal vines, to get them all combined in n__ -- 0
a mythological scene in : oTIIK

*' H." .( :. tree or wood 13 supposed I with flowers and buds of large poarls.bordered : one palatable. convenient and, efficient fife Best /or 5c. IIKMUMNC: : STOCK Ol' OUR i .
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the bottom. She wore a "
habitation of its form.
it1 special
II',re we have a large old hol- crown necklace, girdle and two The manufacturers of the new ca- I\\01 Ladies' Jackets and Tailored Suits :>)

"" ., -.>r\ing as a home for the i iv. bracelets cf gold, heavily studded tarh cure, Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, A Severe Cold for Three Months. .

\ n mphs from which they have : with diamonds and carried a golden have succeeded admirably in accomplishing The following letter from A.tells J. (:: To Be C13SEII On! Etgarte d t f Cost or Tomer PFJCP
of Batesville lud.,
sceptre also studded with diamonds.The large Nn"baum.
this result. They are
.1< Jut for a \isit' among the its own story : "I suffered for three P
(. tn-cs (,t the wood. The clever maids of honor and their costumes pleasant tasting lozenges, to be dissolved months with a severe cold A druggist I g OUR GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENTIs
were as follows: thus reaching some medicine,
ar "* ha? made some of the trees in I in the mouth prepared me
Miss Elise Chipley.was of the mucous membraneof and a physician prescribed for me, Is becoming more complete each day. part
particular wood as they go up- yet I did not improve. I then tried .
radually assume the humanf gowned in a rich pale yellow the throat and finally the stomach. Foley's Honey and Tar, and eight Full Dress Shirts and Neckwear for Carnival Festivities fr
"': the branches becoming extend-I.: moire velour. The very long trained i Unlike many catarrh remedies, doses cured me." Refuse substitutes.V. __

e arms and the trunk surmounted by skirt was trimmed with yellow satin Stuart's Catarrh Tablets contain no \ A. D'Alemberte.

man: head. The smaller dwd- ribbon roses: and buds and green velvet cocaine opiate or any injurious drug r+j Remember, Our Shoe Stock is Complete o '
I CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S 1 vv5 I
beneficialfor n
I leaves. whatever and are equally ,
in such surroundings were not
I And Embraces Lines for Men, Ladies and Children
,ottcn for insect life is there and II I The low neck was bordered with a little children and adults. No. 30 South Palafox street, for your .

fair specimen of the grasshopper I, bertha of real lace and the same Mr. C. U. Rembrandt of Rochester, electrical work. He is prepared to j

">r 'ocust is swn perched on the barkan i handsome lace appliqued the edge of N. Y., says: "I know of few people do you a first-class job at moderate ? 1_
& CO.
old tree which has passed the \the angel sleeves of accordianpleatedyellow who have suffered as much as I from I prices. Phone 203. .

ndian! of life and now, with top and chiffon. The waist was also Catarrh of the head, throat and stom- II it. ,

inches gone, is awaiting its turn to I: trimmed with the yellow roses and ach. I used sprays inhalers and CITY TAXES. -:. G. w. & COJJJG. W. & Co- -

I back to mother earth. buds and green velvet leaves. I powders for months at a time withonly .:--_ .. u ___ .
She handsome necklace of slight relief and had no hopeof .
i tie last car was the wore a Tax I'ajcr, if jou wi.sli to tol) .
coral with pendants of coral and gold cure. I had not the means to make %XXXXXX%%%% .,'
Palace of the Ice King. Interest, call at oiu-c and pay
filagree. Gold slippers, long yellow a change of climate, which seemed "
the beautiful float
H remarkably gloves and American Beauty roses, my only chance of cure. jour Ta\c CAN GET ** .:f.
'niins? a scene in the icy regions you
I completed this ideal toilette for this "Last spring I read an account of X. :\Iel{. OIIUTIXG,
n,>rth and so realistic as to maket ICE i
,.; want a hot drink to look at typical southern girl. some remarkable cures made by Stu- 10f2w Tax Collector. CREAM SODA,
art's Catarrh Tablets anti promptly
King like a snow man. is sit- I Miss Edna Avery. bought a fifty cent box from my drug- MILITARY I LAND WARRANTS. HUYLER'S ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES f
hair fashioned from a I Miss Avery in gown or rose pink
obtained such positive bene-I \ 4t
(If ice, his kingly castlew lean de crepe, hand embroidered in gist and --AT- I
fit from that one package that I continued PAID telling! who
and ice; snow on the : white silk grapes and foliage.; White persons
to them daily until I now $$5.00 has one whether I bnv or J
:anRin all around the grape applique formed the bertha consider myself use entirely free from not. H. K. KELLEY. S Trainer's Confectionery i iS

aiding<< up from the around the low nock, while a showerof lOf2.v! Kansas: City, Mo.
the disgusting annoyance of catarrh;
(he walls. icicles on the I narrow pink ribbons, from each U .t4. FIRST DCOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. ,.1
and and ice my head is clear ,my digestion all I The finest Hue of umbrella in the tI
i '< snow of which fell a pink chiffon rose bud.

The old King's garments From the drop shoulder! puff fell an- : could ask and my hearing which had I i city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look bXtt .
I to fail as a result of the catarrh
t. :''i frost and you can see I gel sleeves! of accordian-pleated pink'. begun at them. f '
has greatly improved until I
i .
:uw his fingers and chiffon. !
I feel I hear as well as ever. They D. HALE WILSON
t i i' '. !'amp his feet to keep The embroidered! grapes formed a I DO YOU KNOW ,
., I II a household necessity in my
fi I"< > /ins. I'ut he is a jolly deep! joke over the hips and the.front I are

i.; 'lie same. panel of the skirt, which had deep i family. REEKMAN LUMBER CO. have :
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are sold !a large stock of dressed studding Real Estate and Rental Agent ,
i I' :' ilm {epitome of things perpendicular tucks on each side all I
50; cents for complete Jet their prices bcfort .
I I' .in.ther around the Ions train, *as finished by druggists; at and joist d6-lm
with tucks. Pink slippers anti long I treatment and for convenience, safety buying. 1J\! South 1'alafuv Street, ,t r;
Band Wagon white gloves completed this artistic and prompt results they are undoubtedly French Waffles with I'
"\ .I.'r's hand of fourteen toilette. She carried a large bouquet I Hot FEU-PHONc roo 243. PENSACOLA, FlORIDA .

i : '!L., Mardi Gras pageant: I of llridesnuid roeses, tied with pink the long looked for catarrh Florida Cane Syrup at =---. Si

I i I' i I'h .<'d. It had been a ribbon. I cure. Solomon'sWe j'

.Mrjirise to all who witiuir' -'I I Miss Isabel Quina MiiimitvUed.Mrs. have- just received our : II. G. DeSilva & Co. '.

n gorgeous than bad was also attired in blue moire. The I (r.rf'l'ul'-Tlle\ tell me your husband I 1903 line of Heyivood Go- : :

i V. .I loyallY one, and sur- skirt had a front panel covered! with has been decorated: by, some foreign im-
all the latest \\\\
prt..hms effort of like i spangled tulle bordered down each I ruler Carts with \ Manufacturers and Dealers la 1,1i

'I.., history of I'cnsacola.TFIE : side with cut steelatul silver apppliquo Mrs. Brown-Y1. but it's only a bit provements. Call and see .. \ .
hark and all round
From this panel Sash Doors Blinds
the bottom of the three-yard train. j, of nlibon and It doesn't match my them they are ,

': ", '"D were deep wated tucks. The train i complexion at all. When Charles wears Alarsfon $ Quina.CJllllW .,. :.... 4
\ was,; also heavily embroidered with it anywhere, he'll) have to go without '. Shingles, : .
CORONATION the cut steel anti silver applique. The iue.-Boston Transcript.A I II ---- -NaICk.EITII ; ; ;

I spangled tulle was gracefully draped I .....- ..... -- Builders' Materials
.t \mini and attractive I from the sides of the panel and Moilrrt Anplrntlon. I or KR tbA captain.owncni ; i..:
i around the train caught here and thee 4 i nor fonsinni-fs of the lint -
.1 tl.e other carnival I A was asked recently by thegruff will bw regponsiMe -
man l h Irojan f ]i
with silver and cut steel ornaments.The I S.. ss contracted -. Brick and Lime. j.
after tiidtlna
!ball at window 1
''iI.1 I coronation: clerk at the stamp .
decollette waist was deeply i of t-anl VH ">I. \ \!
the crew
.,. vlipsed eerything. 1 tucked and slightly bloused in front. he bad deposited 2 cents, "Well, what I' by 1'. J. TliollKILlN. To1ophou'o 2\To. 11. '
want'" lie answered gently \V.B. Keyset Co, I upturn.Couslgoevs ;
1'ladI',1 to the ; A mere pulf ot the moire ami the I' you : MMtXKITIIEK I ;
: formed the "An automobile please. Verily, a "
gallery ami pit loug spanned; tulle straps'r -- tl :
I shoulders. and with the cut !'tcand\ I soft answer turneth away wrath. tUe CBptaln. own- ','.
::1k. anti \\hi-n the silver applique rdered the low Albany! Argus. I nor oouMsm-ng of Ibo CREENHUT & 00ffi J:
: -0 li be COtthb1t $- !
'ui tin're was not aa-: neck. In her dark hair she worea II Her for Alpha debte! cuntrncttd b\ the !I A Li

at silver foliage I .. i '
'uiuling' room was jeweled lace rose with AH fill "'atf' >. crew of mill v. "nl. 1SK1NK I
I'Ncapetl an Cupiftin.
leases. Silver ipIH'rs! and long W.L.WMTK1I.
SI'-U '
gloves completed the cosuuue. She of Melbourn, Fin., 'ndIKn"e .WHOLESALE GROCERS
without Mr. H. Hrjsip! !
i \\as rung up ...
carried big boquet of pink roses. nr ni
a told I had NHTHKI'.tl> capta-n.o
doctor me ,
write* "My
,>i.ity tableau entitlediairiea" : _, nor coiisigncfs of the I;rillsuilivriUIrt
All. Mis Alberta Hyer. I Consumption and nothing could be I .8 !' will be repolishbI.t I
was seen. I to die. fur debts contracted by Nos. 102, 104, 1 106 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. 11 1
done for me. I was given u;? i
''I oecupied places! on Mi i I.,* Hyer an cxquiitelyhand I' the crew of said
,; of -iipannn of free trial bottle of Dr. I WM: IULU
II moments before were t>in costume pal": irr The otl" r a Captain.
ting in a wi")dlaud set- crepe with The haudroint watst 'a..od htMvilyrrt'innwl : real ,''Kin '-* New Discovery for Consumption I' ('onlgnS! :!II"bHI AU ART STUDIO. OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'SFine 1

r, .ilintic representation.Ml'll. hce. From tte <*"ft rutlfrt elbow I I induced me I to try it. BeuItwpre ou the* I -< Ntl'rHtKth"captamo"r.l'uI nor consign' of the II"UIi : I Inv. cpMtf-l a ttudio in room 9, oysters today. Try them I 1 f
; ,.1t"f\"P fell thn deep fllm Thtkirt. .1 startling. non I i : DHivina will be r..ponolblt Bali-burv block, where I wilt give Nit APOSTLE. -
I /llhl Hiredout and owo all to Dr. !, 1 contracted by tbl> 1HotPrenchWaffl'swfth
a moment wa* uiekf-d, cloe fitting road to recovery for debin
dropped i iI ,
ua; of draw-
I of said ves'el. I lesson- my own system :
into the Ioaz: train. The panel New Discovery. It surely crew I.U1X. .
King's J. : ,
showing a scene formed of the real lace: i ing-cali-d: "};Jllck Itlld"hita"-
Mi-el was Capuin.ConstentHs.
is Transit To. I
: This cure Gulf
.:. -.x TriM-us bat on his completing th* elegance of this cos saved my life. great :!;>MtS alo in French 'J..tfl painting andNewrpaper Florida Cane Syrup at I;

(,t gold canopied in tume. MU-Hyer I wore a comjiletw: guaranteed for all throat and lung -- -Ell- --H KK in* CHpiuiu. o"-n-i- and Magazine Illutraticp. Solomon's. ;; I ;

'Vnduit! with niyriadsS ...-t of beautiful jewt-lry which diseases by W. A. D'Alemberte, 121 nor consl and will be responsible ,
Ivid hplO1l rl'1 to her mother South Paldfox street. Price hOc and scb Aotaro -
courtiers surrounded I 1 for debti contracted by ISe clas'e in
of large
around her neck strings pearN.he I have taught every
Trial bottle free. said vessel. DR F R BRUCE i
1.00. of
.nayas enhanced by ""< curinl bridesmaid roes tied .- I crew K.LEELMES'H. 'town in Hl'orjIlDd: : in many of the

and maids on : with irrffn ribboiiIuring *. I }H.BAAR3C.. taptnin.; the South so can I
i : iueeu the ball a number of ladies > Hot Chocolate with CoDMgnte. l.'illt; ff-malecoll! -g"4c.f Has returned and resumed practice. -

t' lu.ijesty ad'anct'd'it I and gentlemen from the au- Whipped Cream at Solo- oiler you an experience of twenty-
-' and knelt at the throne .ijeuce went on the sta.'e and paid mons. five years. III the studio will be Office 2S'f West Government St.: ,

a placed) on her head the I, due homage to the royal pair, and .A. C. BINKLEY desires hU friends found the choices collection of Salisbury Building.Tolophciio ,.

'TOwn. dancing wa kept up until 12:30a. m.Leaving The finest line of sterling silver and the public to know that: le has work ever hown by a singleernst 14G. It'
I c
the opera house the King novelties is to be building --
oods and silver Moved to Room 5J8 Thiesen -
is extendedto t
nef and pretty incident driven to the Osceo- and an iiivitdtki ;
and Queen ,
I J. I. Stephens'. Prices to ha will continue as heretofore -
at where
"re turned off just as the la Club where the crowning event of : \ everyone to tome and see it. My l
advanced to the stage the carnival was again celebrated. please all. a general law practice. terms for instruction are moderate. i
Judge Avery presented Miss Baars MILLER. l
'I i Ue lights again flashed I I with an elegant scroll on a golden We are the only furniture ,

'i 1.Qth''n i stood at the bar in commemoration of the 19o3 in the city who carry MALT has marvelous
had removed his mask I function. dealers NOW OPEN! MEAT & : a '
I china value. White refreshing and
line of dietetic
t a'idier.ce instantly of rec- If Your Physician a complete and sideboards. We pleasant to take, it help assimilation fi Mitie hoor'aph f j r ,
':.niiiar i features cases

Jrhn. -: ires C. Avery.resplendent in I, digestion prescribes,; Peerless it a will milk be-Brand diet well for to Evaporated use its easy Borden's I sell easy them payments.fur cash JlarstonQaina. or on$ BOWLING\ ALLEY\ [I I -of food.inld EANNIfEIER by URO:;. 204H S. Palafox Street. t j t''n

and Cream to get a rich. deliciously flared i
rue with crown .
,",' !>hlt' panne velvet: \' milk food perfectly sterilized: steelOpposite \ UY TEH NBWfWAHT mUMli-!

L rosebuds, trimmed accrding For general to latest househould sanitar3 uses.methods.Pra- Hot Trench Waffles with R 11 iKt( !Iiteitocla
>M' \ pasementerilfin- I! pared by Borden's Condensed Milk Florid Cane Syrup J3. McHugh's.

J d I.ay gold fringe; Deep Co. Solomon's.


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1' "I was troubled Better thus for Goad.several years BARNSTABLE'S PLAN.CAPE Break$the H-'w'tVClarlfr sugar Into lash a copper pan Anheuser-Busch

with chronic Indigee.ioa and nerve Tufl's Pi1Ism to each pound allow two gills of

ous debility," writes F. J. Green, of COD TOWN SOLVES THE GOOD TlU Place on the stove and grad-

Lancaster, N.H. "No remedy helped ROADS PROBLEM. allow It to boll. Carefully re Plant
the It rises now throwIn
me until I began tiling; Electric Bitters will save the dyspeptic many ove scum as
days of misery, and enable him to eat an additional half pint of water
which dd: mo more good than Will spend $TS.OOO on Stone Road
wnateterfce wishjs. They prevent and allow it to boll again. Skim very covers acres
all the medicine I ever us*d. They IB a Term 011'brf'e"f'arDf'bt to
thoroughly and strain through muslin.
have also kept my wife in excellent De Paid In Seven Annual r )'meni. :SICK HEADACHE, equal to

health for years. She gays Electric of ,:-,500. cause the food to assimilate and nou. How to Bar Meat.A .

Bittern are just splendid for A matter of vital Importance to the ish the body, give keen appetite clear, cherry red distinguishesgood 60 city blocks

finale trouble ; that they are a residents of"Cape Cod and one which Is i DEVELOP FLESHand beef. Press It with the finger

grand tonicand invigorator for weak, at present holding the attention of the solid muscle. Elegantly sugar and If it rises Quickly it Is a sign of Capacity:

run down women. No other medicine taxpayers in many towns is good roads. oate4. freshness. Should the dent remain or Brew House-6,000 Barrels Daily.

CAn take in place in our farm eke No Substitute. rise slowly the meat Is inferior. Should i \
There Is perhaps no section of the state Bottling Works-700,000 Bottles
ly." Try them. Only 6Oc. Satifactton In surface Daily.
---- the mat be slippery or contain ,

guaranteed by W. A. D'Alem- where the natural conditions for the long the whole town will be covered any greenish tints do not buy it Ice &Refrigerating Plants-3,300 Tons Daily.

berte, 121 douth Palafox etreet. construction of roads are as pour as on with a network of roads the equal of at any price. Lamb and mutton oughtto Malt Houses-5,000 Bushels Daily.

the cape, says the Hoston Globe. For which It will be difficult to find In the be a bright red and veal fine grained

L W. PEAKE years experiments: have been conducted state. and pink in color, the fat white and Storage Elevators-1,250,000 Bushels.

No. 30 south Palafox street, keeps along one line or another looking toward With the state each year building clear. The flesh of fat animals is more Stock Houses-425,000 Barrels.

t the building of roads and their sections of the main highway along the tender and juicy than that of lean ones Steam Power Plant-7,750 Horse Power.
call bells, wires and all kinds: of
maintenance, but little success was obtained cape and the adoption of Captain Pat because the latter contains a greater
electrical Have him do Electric Light & Power Plant
supplies. until the state came to the rescue ter on's plan, which seems probablo, amount of water: In proportion to the I j I -4,000 Horse power.

your work. Call: phone 203.An and began the construction of the by the other towns the whole of Cape fibrin albumen and gelatin. The most.,, Employs 5,000 People.

state highway so vailed.! Cod would within a few be able
years expensive cuts are obtained! from those: '>
\".h'anlajU The method of lbuildlngr as employed to boast of excellent roads end set an parts of the animalhere the muscles !': Largest BreweryintheWorid
"Colowl. aid the boautifull I
"do believe grass l,y those who began the con example which It will behoove other are but little used, and the meat Is accordingly :
widow women: ought
to have the you privilege of coming right struction of the state highway on the towns to follow.Advantages. fine gained and leader.NASAL j jI j orders promptly tilled by
different that
cape was vastly from I
out and proposing marriage?" ever before tried in this region and the of Good Ilnadi. !! ALFRED MOOS, Wholesale Dealer, Pensacola.
"Yes," tie old warrior answered; CATARRH quickly rield-:
woik wasiewed with the keenest Interest Good, roads, made
permanent so ns to __ ,
"then f.t t'f.ur.l' it would no loader l>e by Ely's Cream Balm, h
by the old mulbuilders: and highway to be imssuble for a full wagon lead which is
considered! liurte<.us for a man to I 3 !rfol'ahlyaromatlc. It I- 1
suneyors. While the contributions every day in the year, would bring to r"l"pivf'd through the nostrils. !
refuse if he didn't f.otllIkt' running the I
risk."-Chicago Ceeoal-IleraldI rl'Cl'infrolll the state each year I the farm that was not more than tenor clwlneand heals I the whole surface .. Ji\lICI< E & CO.Plumbep .

helped materially to put the roads on | twelve miles from the market town over which it dilfapsit" lf. A remedy '
I l I
tl-r the cape ia cxivlK'nt condition. the :i all the advantages the town offers! to !I for nasal: catarrh which is dry-
rust from Farm.
i was neot&sarily slow, and Its Inhabitants. | !ins' or exciting the di*t'a"'d mem '
Lieutenant! who hastroua.t Iro"s > years own This class of roads Gas and Steam
( green orderly brine should not be I' Fitterlro.
in rue luu; riding; boot and |I j would han to elapse lit fore such roads i I, built the drive to town with the excellent Balm is recoa-nized as a specific.Crejm I' ,
one }),U'I-\\'hy. jou idiot, don't you could! predominate. I|: road-tors now ccmmou on nearly PI rice 50 cents at drue2i; =tang' by mail

tthat thug' two are not luaus? Most of the towns on the cape did not I'I j I every farm in the fairly well settled A cold in the head immediately disappears !' South falftfox Rtrcet.ud .
feel that they were able to expend the' of the land tllot the
(;rt'11 orderly f.cratehng; his Load portions nl' at when cream balm iued..
Loi tle! : ,. )')- Tilt:' worst ut it is, cast sums that would l lJ e required to !!jLuiM outside require more than an hour'stime Ely Brothers, 5G Warren street, New Kinds c.,, i'll1nbJLr Cud fin Fittings; '!'!.teT'ip.h Ker

IlI'utl'n'l stone roads and they continued :j: to make It. York """ 'I:' .,. '.. .. "I'
that there
ant Is nothing! in .
to appropriate! the usual amount each --
but aiioth-T pair j'lst like it.-New
York Herald. year as in times past which barely 31..nalue of Good Itoadi. Hot Rolls, at 5 1> m., lOo

kept the old roads in con ltlon. Ity The difference between good and bad a doz., at Solomon's. ,

nf' .-otm.nt. the old method of making appropriations roads is equivalent to the difference SAMUEL CHARLES

"Hello." Raid Cadleieh. "I hear yon for roads as employed by the between profit and loss. Goal roads Cleaning ladies skirts and waistfis I, ,

have had some rl'rl'rs's-o\"er your towns on the cape little or no progress have a money value to farmers as well i one of OT specialties. Star Lana i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

ears In debt. they: tell me.Yes. ." was made In the construction: of new as a political and social value, and rYe ll ,

," replied I&rokeleigh. "but it roads, and matters were not getting leaving out convenience, crmfort social a

might be worse. Suppose I had ears any better while the demands for good and refined influences which good l.udgin's, lie !{:Best for oc.. r REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

like yours Philadelphia Tress. roads were Increasing each year. roads always enhance and looking;: at y 2ii3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer! in Shoes,: Leather i Findings! ,

To build stone roads required the outlay them only from the almighty dollar 'PIIO\t: 614. 007 SOUTH PAL4FO.leT1IFBT.: .

A Tractable Memory. of large sums of money which Bide, they are found to pay handsome

"I see you don't remember me, sir?" most of the towns felt they could not dividends each year: The Doctors
"No, sir; I don't." afford without Increasing the tax rate How to Button Your Coat. J. E. DUBUISSOX <8 BROTHER

s r "I'm lilnks. I owe you $:10.h ." to such a figure that It would deter: persons Most people start buttoning their coats I ,

e, ".\ Now that you mention the- who might wish to take up a residence from the top, which Is the wrong way I :O UN Kit TAKUAGOXA ASH INTKMIKNCIA STHt-tT: : .

, .n-to\ m, I remember you IlerCl'Ctly.- on the cape from coming hither. and must more or less pull the coat out

Ix-truit I>ee l'r!.'!!". The residents of the cape agreed that of hllpe. The majority of women too Are Jiere Dealers in

to promote a healthy financial growthof tlon't know that a new cont should always Choice

g@i \ Suvlnir of Wood. their respective' towns good roads be worn buttoned the first few *tl Staple and Family Groceries, jOur

i s? Suhscrlbt'r'hat! No fire in the must bo built. 'I times of wearing, so that the collar mayset" Goods are Received Fresh Daily
stove this cold: weather? Prosperity follows good roads, and They are too many to enumerate.:
i properly.How .
Three Month's Services Given aud are Warranted to be the Bert the Market Affords and can be
1 dit..r-Xoll'. Hut there's a creditor the improved financial conditions in all i Relied on. We can Duplicate any Order Given us During tae

corning round this morning who said towns whore good roads prevail can be I to Take ('are of a Watch. Free to All!! Invalids Who : Holidays aud will Deliver Free to any fart of the City.

he would mute it hot fur me!-Atlanta: traced directly to excellent roads. The Always wind up a watch as nearlyas

I Constitution. residents of the cape: likewise agreed possible at the same time every day Call! Before March 21st. COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION

. .
) ; that the time had come for a radical and do it as smoothly as possible to ,, P.O. Box326.

6'lil l'ia and Marble change In tIt method of roadbuildin? avoid sudden jerks Most watches are J. E. Dubu/sson & Bro.,
I:ash boy or girt receives three pins, A Stan of eminent physicians and sur- !' PHONE 66.
and their maintenance and for
plans now made keyless but if a key has to
;; which are stuck upright In the germs from the lied Urot Medical Institute FftU1ily G-rooor
carjx't. ,
j the construction of stone roads and for be used it should be kept perfectly
Marbles are then used to bowl have at the urgent solicitation of a large I
t the OUT the payment of the debt which wouldbe clean and free from grit or Hue, sa'sIIn number pntirnts under their care In this I',
pias. there .
Naturally must be
Otte incurred thereby Mere discussed exchange. It a watch is hung up, it country established a permanent branch '
prearranged place for the pins to 10' from one end of the capo to the other. must have some support at the back 61 the Institute in this city.
stuck and for the bonier to stand in .A. I\ L. .A.
While the various towns were deliberating and It !laid horizontally It Is'ell to The eminent gentlemen have decided to I V"ery
is order that .
everybody shall Late
an over the methods they would place soi'e soft substance under it for give their services entirely free for tbr..emontbs .

equal chance. If more than one boy or employ to build stone roads and wereformubting more general support; otherwise the (medicine excepted) to all Invalids
girl should succeed in downing all three who call UpOi. them for treat meet betweennow (SUCCESSOR TO VERY WOOLFOLK)
for the of
plans: payment
action of the balance will cau'je a pendulous
pins in the three bowls allowed by the the debt that would thereby be Incurred motion of the watch and cause and March 21st. These services con- IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF
rub gist not only of consultation, examination
the successful players can have"rublnT"
Captain" Thomas Patterson of much variation in time. The watl'lIpoekrt
and advice but also of minor surgical

frames: together until one or Ilarnstablo, who for had been open HARDWARE.
f the years must be kept as free from dust ations. The object In pursuing this course
other becomes champion.! Washington making of roads their
;: a study stone and nap as possible. U to become rapidly and personal acquainted
I Star. ron-tnii'tion. etc., presented a plan this 0
with the sick andnffictedand under
Iron, Nails Axes HhovFls, Raw Mill and Hteambont
town which solved the problem for How to .lean Lace Collarettei.To no conditions will any charge whateverbe Hupplies Cooking and stoves
-\Ii Iii.y Task.Boh Heating Paint, Oils
I that t'WII at least, and seems likely to clean lace collarettes whether made for any services rendered for three Window Glass, Guuo, Pi-tola! and Fiahinic Tackle.
r ': taught: iever to telltales IK adopted by oilier towns on the cape coarse or fine, lay the collar on a large months to all who call before Mtrch :!bt.

ai.'l!; he meant to hie; up to his! i' submitting;: his plan Captain Tat sheet of white paper ou the table. Tai>doctors treat all forma of disease! and Agate and Tinware aim Ilousoniriiisliiiig floods.

teaching, out hniuitiiues it was into tirs-in. to UM his own words, said, ::;pi inkle thickly with Cry 1i. nr. Hub dalormttlesand guarantee cure In every DrAOEN8 FOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL IPAXY'1Q
work."Hull.. cae they undertake. At the first Interview
.I The thought that was 1I1'1)'rnlOot In this! w ell in with the ttn;,'rs. leave It Revere Giant Htitch
." sad! his mother one cIIY.hi a thorough examination U made, and Belting, Northampton Emery
left a dish of l'I'I'I't'flllillts table i I my mini! was that: of not raising tin' on for fifteen minutes then shake welland (if Incurable you are frankly and kindly toldso Wheel Co., Liftin & Hind Powder Co., Johmon'a Kalsoraine -

this | on my I tax rate and also that the burden ofIi brush oft"with a soft brush.How ; also advised against spending money tourelrss r I Iron King and Buck Stoves and Ringer, Wm
and there i
mon'ing their
one the debt should be fhaf'dI
'iuld.iting I reatment. Coups &: Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather Masury'a

now. Have you and ClrlHt'lI tlu'mV" by those who will enjoy and bo materially lo Slake Meat I'le. Male and female weakness catarrh and Made Railroad Colors.

k "I ha vent eaten one" "'.n.1 H.1 1\I I bfiwlltdl by the adoption of the Tlie vial gird ham pie which is a catarrhal deafness; alto \arlcocele, cup Masonic Temple
|} Pensacola! ) FJa.
ftoutly. "lnr'-tht'll I he
f'm'whl'rl'III"must mtslern and prcgris-he policy" ('('\ninO: :) ttitfish: ; : dish i should be better tureFoltrecancer and all diaeatet of tile ,

lnt: 1.1' n tiM.irer.; \Vtl-per! The reclum,ar positively cured by their '
plan: pro-untod I.r Captain Patterson known her" The bone end of a piece newtreatment.
_a haps if- u.u'd I better swell:! ('art .
just: I
<< and which the tow adopted was of coal Is stoned till the oust is t"l1l'rwith
and I s'lcss then ju--l IIulw all :11Iu1IIit : Their cbiel as-ociate surgeon of the institute
that of expending: $;:',INN i on stone an cquil amount (smoked ham. I
: rr !" will be in personal charge TIME TABLE.
j rojuls In a urm of three years and tinemit Take out the In me. "strain the stock and I'!
-- Offices o. Ill West lha-e office lour
to 1..' jciid in sc\on annual payments ;;t'l'lrattLe weal and ham pieces. Cut' --
\ Ba m. to 7 p. in. 8uiifl y 10 a. Ill t.1 p m. LOUISVILLE AND N '\,
\ 1'jrrut. SVILLE
rc' of ?7,;,.s>, the liquidation beginning each In strips and lay alternate lay RAILROAD.
. One when tae milUman: -.line: IN EFFECT 1)' .
Mr.fRI. 1W1
in r.xi4! and ending in 1'Jlo. of
,'rs III a d.f'p baking dish. Season, rover i _
in the ;gate fully was in the willllnwnnol the total amount to be expended on with the clear stock and finish the
p said; to bin "Get! out of here1": ( New Orleans uxi Mobile.
ronds $:JO.MK( would be
stone thefIr"t
spurt dish with: a laky crust that will bake I 'I _. _
i it was "w* tiC the -
; : jear. $!.r.tii> the serlud and a like iuitkly. The dish is eaten (cold and BOWRTHE -- -
family, went away tiiinking! we had avery I So.fl. So.4.: So.1. I
T amount the thiTII'par. The sum raise l N11.
m when cut like any pie it will be found 7:15. 11:16m ttai p ucole..Arrive III.I l .
impolite tlr Mtiiig 1 him knowlien :m li.OO ,
) way : p
by taxation each year would be 13.utiO. that the meat is set in a delicious jelly. :5IJ. X1 P I Io:! a Ltta1'e_ IflomatoD_ Leave : a l90 7i6
\\ \u tl.da't wish milk. He did not I I 11:00 a .::1"' !:!i5 a Leave_ Mobile _..___ leave p p
The which Pattersoagae 11sen't U,16
plan :
Captain 0 5 \10
If you karrn't a recular htt'tbjr moTemrnt of flu b:::; : 1:1JI" I : p
get far when he lieurl "S\\' t ; to Iinrnstublo was put In operation Mow to Untie IllarL. Clolk. ITo bowels opt n.anA lia well the .Pepe Yr .io

a,' green peas. trawhl.r-i.:" and rerog last year and has worked to the revive black cloth rub it with this' "rnph7.warPiIltnlront,...,e.c, murt lrrfrrway< ilanftrou uf t:1I-Wi The the"mootlfct Waell> North.PEN3ACOLA. .
Hiring P01ly's'okl! he *aw how he 11:111Ltt'n satisfaction of lieu anu ile&Q a lo tike
perfect all. Stone roads solution and It will be restored to its

.r ilt'ooiu'd and came back and gave are fast !'t'Illl'IItll"! old and tract>! .rgiiiil! blackness; Roil together for CANDY No. 1. I No ..

us our mlk.l.nau .". worn sandy: ones in the town, and ere two hours halt a pound of bruised galls CATHARTICEAT 11:05pm 'I Jt:15pm .1'ePen.acolaArrln OOpm o.l 6:00am No. 1.
tab am 8:51 p m Arrlve. Montgomery .."ean I
-- n pound of logwood a quarter <>f a lI: llam Sac pm Arrlv8. lrmlnlbarnl.eue 11:111 am ';1ICJ p 111

pound of green vitriol and three quarts I 7:06pm BIUs m ArrlTII_Nalbv.lle _Le..n 8:38am_ 'IJ6pm:
jf water.How JJ: am'' gal a m Arnve.Lovlavllle ,_Leave p":16 p m 1a5 am
MISS M. SNYDER I 7fam: 11:5Vam ArrlveClnclnnatlLens 8oopm
IDA 1lt5plJlI
A.. to Sharpen Carting KnlreLon .. I I TOsm 1a0pm Arrive '... .l+t.l.ouIs--.Leave 4ISpm srepm

, Treasurer of the Brooklyn East End Art Club \\' knives and carvers are blunt, AND RIVER JUNCTIONNo. .

;: !F; EXSTIiUAL irregularities to their health we would Mrtlieinvarc.ub them across ili-h rough a common kide: and brown you JENI LIKE CANDY -. U-IJ.Uy-- No 7:00 II-lJaUy I 11106IOp where time not IbowD No. J-Da1t1 111M 1---I ho J'J-DaU

pm a m LfoavePtn
are pentr- have more happy wives, sill obtain a goodedce._ t"la.iant. Palatable, Potent. Taut. r.ood.0 Good 11:11\ night 7:11 II to nobemla acola.Arrlve_ 19:60 pm I tt0 pm
i ally the 2iuning mothers and daughters, and Sir liner box Mckrn.Write Weaken.lor free GMJM10.alU I., ,eel&. und bookletnn'EEUSO M nnu_ Uf: ) 7lfI II to._ Ynleltra 10:84 11):8'7" .11:01:'i4 e..
f of a woman's trou if they would use more intelligence One Minute Cough Cure gives a oltb. Add- US" 7:1" to _E.cambla_ 10:111 1Ib1 ..
: bless With the vitality\ at a in the matter of medicines relief in one minute, hf>cau'e it kill* BEIIHY rniPi T. rinrico (tw TOKt 12I Us: It" TITS t:1a: to II "" _. MaiM __ "" 10I 661\
low elb, the blood\ weakened 4t observing results, they the microbe which tickles toe mucous KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN 11:50: 1:85: .. _"-_- -U"ItClty Harp "-_- 10:11 10:18: "" fdO '

the digestion disor- 1 would find that the doctors' membrane, causing the cough, 1151 II I 7i3i II _._ Milton __ 10:10 I 6J 11:7:: > ..
dere.1, she goes about pale- prescriptions do, not perform I and at the same time clpars thp 1:1I 1:1\0: am'" 8:15\ II __.food_ Holts Ranll_ .__ U',' oa,. "" 4,65 '

faced, bullow-eyetl and happard the many cures they are given phlesna, draws! out the inflammition, QKNF11AL FUKNCII HcJdFuccr: : F; IO"! 8.JkI" / '_ Milliun __ 8:10: .. I '1:86:11 M
a piteous contrast to .y credit for. I and heal and soothes the affected -' I 1:151 to 8:111I to l'rt'.t1'lew._ 8:11 toil ..

a the blooming health of q "In consulting with my I part. One Minute Cough Cure Following is the schedule of the i ijovernmentstpatner I 11"1:211 5:51 11:10: to II N _Deer_ MosJ Land Head___ II to 8/Z/ ". I I IM ...

her former self. l>ut over it.., adM..nydr'. druggist be advised McEIree's strengthens the lunirs wards off General French I ':011 II 8:85 II to .DeYunl.k prIDIL.II 8to. I 18
,,>j i 1,00J,0'JUwomen( have found Wine of Cardui and Thedford's pneumonia and is a harmless and which! THE NEWS ':18" 8:.. _,_ Argyle to 7a 1:11 1.11"I
health< l'y taking Wine of CarJui. Black-Draught, and so I took it never failing cure in all curable print for the ':.0'II ':51' It" ...Ponce III Lena719: Tae "

)vy Asa rcsrulator'of! the menstrual period and have every reason to thank him for cases of Cough", Colds and Croup. benefit of the merchants who chip 0:00 boy: 10:10'10:10' It._.___CarY1'lIle We.t9Il1e _._ __, '" ':17 k i 1fI":

d" Wine of Car!ai has never been Known a new life opened up to me with restored One Minute Cough Cure is' pleasant their goods to the various army 6.111 It 10:11I' _BoIlUay_? to 7:11"1(4"' i! Itf 1:611 .,

'. to fail. It has seldom failed to restore health and it only took three months to to take, harmless! and good alike for ;posts: 8:00 It 10:.' II __ /blpley; I' 1:1f" ,. 10" "
to "
perfect health, even in the most persis- cure me." young and Old. Hargis l Pharmacy, Leaves niarola_ ___ ._. 7noa.m. tp 11:111"It .. _--C'ottondale_ II I:" to 12:1t1, noel
' Leaves liarranrai,_.__. ..... ..___ ':00" 11:3; _M arlallll. to 8:00" 1tIt"
tent!inlagcra.-a .l case of \\'l'bess. You may secure the same relief as John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. Leave Plcken.M _,__ 1:50 810 a.a. m 7:80 It 11:45: It Cypre.e fIJIII k 11:45: \I 111
MissLlaM.Snvdt'rof I No. 505 Berppn Miss Snyder if von take Wine of Cardui Leaves Karrancai __ ._.___ 8:15 a, m. 7:41.1 It 11:51" .". _Urand Rtdge- II 6:111 to liar "

Street Brooklyn, N. Y., has nsed as she took it. Thedford's Black.Wln Leaves Pen acola _______ ..._10:15 a. m. II'I 7M"' 1:06 noon" ........_Q1.w-__ Hoeadl......._..... r ."__. 0:21 r.'n It ,10So. '
of Canlui and she says it helped Draught is medicine of Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then ft.
CHURCH NOTICES.THE nakei a trip to Fort McKee and then
Miss re.nrns -
i her into life. Health to
a new Wine of Cardui and it is liver and to Barrancas.
SnyJer is wurth a great deal. She is bowel which assists Leaves BarrangM,_____ 114 p. m. CHOICEST ,
an attractive young woman with intellectual regulator greatly Leaves Hlckens ? ?__ 1:25 p, m.! J. B. l N NG &
attainments and she In effecting a cur If you take these NEWS would Loaves Pensacola_________ 43u p. m -or-
occupies request that the
medicines according to directions the Leaves Plckens_ ......___ 6:15 p. m. ,
the position of Treasurer of the Brooklyn clergy or those having in Arrives Harrancas 6:30 p. m. and
the makes
1a.t: End Art Club.: This position relief and cure is simple. Some cases .rip to MoR e and return.
marks her as a person of intellect, cut are cured quickly and others take longer publication of church service noticesfor On Wednesdays and Saturdays the FRUITS f AND CONFECTIONER f fAT '

ture and refinement and it speaks hicLif because the disease has run longer.of Sunday will send them to thi! oat will leave Barrancas via Pick- CoBtFactorsaoOuiifs.

the respect and trust her fellow Remember how Miss Snyder took Wine office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning ins for Pemacola at 6:30 p. m. -

women hain her. She writes: of Cardui and has health. The same in order to insure their Insertion The General French ia for army PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND
"If would medicines purposes only and any outsider mast C. APOSTLE'S
women pay more attention are offered you to-day.
in the
proper position in the lave a pays! from the quartermaster ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT

A million suffering women paper. __ I take passage. 01 her U East Ctitrraei! St., SHORT NOTICE. .* .* ..
WINE of CARDVI have found relief isWine 1 --- -
First-Cla's Work Guaranteed a--
of Cardui. I axativta-Brolno Quinine A Pll Formerly Cordova Re@tanrantStant

oa every One carload of Reference Furnished.,
I Cares aCoWiDOae in 2 (J. /CQ Pineapples at 11.71to
ay, Crip i Day '
oz. 2Sc 12.00 per dozen. 414 EAST INTLNUIICIA; *T.



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Ho to Core the Grip. ,
GOOD ROAD BENEFITS According to a French physician an DO YOU GET UP ,, ;

attack of grip can be cured by (
? 'ologne.1
..KODOL The prescription Is also (' | WITH A LAME BACK ?
WMIiWkliMltb for colds: which at this season are so

EARLE OF MICHIGAN. stubborn and so common. To be effecthe Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

the cologne must be used at the .

Why Better Highway* Are Waat.4 very beginning; of the disease. The Almost everybody who reads the newspapers l I t

aDd Why They Are Denelelal-What WeakHearts very best cologne is injured on a handkerchief is surf to know of the wonderful t

the Producer Save by Hauling antI the fumes instantly Inhaled i-J! : cures made by Dr. I

Over Good Road. through the nose and mouth. If ., ii KilmersSwamp.Root,
I Ii! the great kidney, liver
Why are better roads wanted and the trouble is concentrated in the throat j it"y t.t.and< bladder remedy. t T.IMI
Protect Yourself aaist Impure Milk the relief it Is said is almost immedi- .4
why are better roads beneficial to the y r\v; I &. It is the great Ir-edi \'
litl't first the Inhalations are madeat cal triumph of the
Oar labels, shown abort, are a guarantee against all impurities. We use owners of farms, of mines, of manu I f liS T nine- ;
cap teeth
intervals of but two or three minI t I century; dis- ;
on'ylbe best part of cow's milk. Our dairies are kept scrupulously clean and facturing establishments or other pro- Are due to indigestion. Ninetynineof utes. After a burning sensation has it Hl'l' covered after years of '

fyt greatest precaution is exercised from the feeding of the cows to the canning ducers of material to be transported? every one hundred people who have i 1 been excited a period cf ten or fifteen t' .'!'f"L Uljl| scient fie research ty <
; Cream. Be .ure and ask your dealer for heart trouble remember when it -4 S '
of the can | Kilmer the erlnent
That as much as possible the cost of minutes amy elapse. Twelve hours is
was simple indigestion. It is A scientific t -:. kidney and bladder I,1 I-1i.
Pet BrandEvaporated transportation may be eliminated, said fact that all cases of heart disease a fair test with the remedy, its failure --- specials and is '

Senator Earle of :Michigan in a speech not organic. are not enly trace after that length of treatment being regarded wonderfully successful in promptly curing tl

before a good roads: convention. The able to. but are the direct result of as an indication that grip was lame back. kidney. bladder, uric acid trou- ]I' *
Cream Indigestion. All food taken Into the already too far under way. bles and Bright's Disease,which is the worst 'Ii :
cost of does not
transportation enhance stomach which falls of perfect dges-: form of kidney trouble. f

i the vafne of any kind of product tion ferments and swells the stomach I Th* Other Wouldn't Care. I Dr. Kijmer) Swamp.Root is not recommended :)

MiJe by the originators and largest producers of Evaporated Cream. There Is a market everywhere for every puffing It up against the heart. Th's! Maurice Barrymore, the actor, once for everything but if you have kidney t i

Etery can guaranteed. kind of product where the price Is Interferes: with the action of the heart Journeyed from a hunting camp where liver or bladder trouble it will be found '
and in the of time that delicatebut just the remedy need. It has been tested
be was to small Maine you
a guest a town
HELVETIA MILK CONDENSING CO., Highland, IllinoU. set and what the producer gets for his
vital organ becomes diseased. for the In so many ways, in hospital work. in private
product is the price set at this natural purpose of seeing "Hamlet"acted
I prict.ce; among the helpless too poor to purchase
I market less the cost of transportation by a company of barnstormers. relief and has proved so successful in
--- -- -- ---- ----- -- KodolDigests The performance was so bad as to be that
case a special has
from the producing point to the. market every arrangement ..
eUitf" Witch Ilaz l Salve. \\ealth In Lapland. setting pWnt. fascinating, and Harry more and his been made by which all readers cf this paper

friends remained until the very end. who have not already tried it, may have a
positive cure for blind, What the buffalo was to the Indian What You Eat
So the farm the mine
The oJIY owners, owners: As they made their way to the village sample bottle sent free by mail a'so a bcok .
bedifl! : and, itching aud protrud. the roiiidwr I Is to the Lnpps. At the and the owners of factories in Michigan Mrs. Lorfne Nichols of Penn Yan. N.Y.. hotel one of the party asked the actor telling more about Swamp-Root and how ta
presort chy: the wealth of a Lapp Is writes: After eating my food would distress
*. burn! bruits, eczema to be interested In find out if you have kidney or badder: trouble.
in?r I 1---cut are or ought me by making my heart palpitate and I would Low companies of the kind managedto I
ar 1 *,J ;abrasions ('1 the skin.Dcttrt's ('-d reindeer. Thus when the anything that will have a tendency to become very eJc. finally I jot a bottle of exist."I When writing mention readng this generous
: 111'01>1.' speak of a man's estate they Kodol and It gave me Immediate relief. After offer in this and
i'he' Witch Hazel eliminate any portion of the cost of using a few botties I am cured. )on't know," said Harry more, "but paper p-
.. ,tinude from the pure, say, "He Is worth so manyh'r.. send your address toi ... .. ::.:::
( ,,[ITI j and the cost of transportation Kodol cures Indigestion! dyspepsiaand they serve an educational purpose. :11- -
"Ia.' : ,tilt witch hazel-all uth. I These who have only fifty or sixty I production all Dr. Kilmer LCo..Bmg-1 .. ,:!i ,
nn stomach disorders. and "They lo? How ? h' "
rfeits. DeWm's Witch' head are poor'rtnH, and their dterare of a product to Its natural marketis gives'the haraton, N. Y. The .
ff.r""< I heart: a full free and untrammeled "Well if I had the time and cent and l
money regular ffty
jjjz.m: : \', i I" made to cure-coun. put with those of tlwir "betters." 1 a part of the cost of production as j; action. nom.ors.amp-aoos.
I Ii I am sure I could decide the Shake- iollar sizes are sold! by all good druggists.
..-f. it- al nnde: to (oll. Hariris: To have kind of social In to the la ,
t j any I much as are the wages paid : Bottles only. $1.00 Size! Iioldlne 2 times ppeare-IS.icon controversy after

pr( ,r:, i< J'din. Sheppard.bidueyOt : :: I-nplai one shuul.lllOt.;;-; at least :;114) borer. If the producers wire as economical I the trial size which sells for SOc ton I slit's performance. seeing I. D )n'tmike any mitatf, but re- t
K :J of the-e animals. A Lapp is considered I with lUng Mud as they are \\liy Harry what was: there tonightto mpiuner the name, hwamp J IOt.
\\ell off \hen he Is the luppy owner of I |" fREPAHED BY Dr. Kilmer'Swamp, : Root, and the'addreti
.) i week for the NEWS not less than 1KJO reindeer.jxatjve with King; Labor ve would hun bettor -I _J kE.C.DeWitt make you think so""siy Bitl tnmton. :\. Y., on ,
I roads, and much of the 'ot of i itrani I &Co. dear fellow, if the bodies of r..vpry bottle.Foley's.

I >rtation! would be eliminated'I Chicago Shakespeare and Kicon were disinterred

gromo jVrinme ,eIdinOneDayGnpin2Days'.l. ft A on every and a portion of this sating might well yond find that the real author'of'Hamll't' Hon?)' ana Tar
had turned in his I
S/J 47Wb be handed to King Labor. It is a fact J-ru\'e.-;
>>01. 25c: curts coWs. prevents pneumonia
CureS a John 'ppardHaril; l'haIUl.1l'Y : Philadelphia Times. _ _ _
-- --- ---- -- that the carriers are transporting heat -----
?5idney Kann.
J. A. VAN PELT. J, C. VAN PELT. from Nebraska to Liverpool for less

money per buthel than it costs :l farmer The! Star
H'\OII milt's: and :a f.inntriil l nut so Laundry
VAN PELT BROTHERS to haul It over a common dirt road ,
to town tttiee iu m-e diy seven titilesovr

ten miles to market led road and going: to
away n ;;
Busiest Best I ITney
GARDEN STREET GROCERS, It it costs ?1! to draw one ton to market town will liout n>-l' up( the day so that Biggest, ,

over a bad road and only ?.! to it bas wt to haul outtoi to market
Have Heceived Bince the Holidays a Fresh Line of
draw two tons over that same road whitcM-r one man anil one team for

when that road has been made better ore diy: are worth, or about $'__&tI, If .'

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, then the better road is: the machine to the road was a first class niacadam S Speak

roid. three tons (I Ir more at a load
obtain and use that a portion of the

Fruits, Nuts, and all the Delicacacks of the Season.Our co--t of transportation may be eliminated !- \\ould be hauled and two trips would .

lioods are Arriving Daily and you can Always Rely on Getting the better, road provided) and that Its f'palrs10 the machine not cost(the i bo nude market thus five delivering tons more;: at a the day stationor than [for TheIll elves .

Best Freshest and could be with a bad road. saving
Cheapest. more than can be eliminated by Its
$1250: of which the
:i portion producer
u,;e for the cot of transportation. If We let the Khirts Collars
well afford to for machine
VAN PELT BROTHERS $.! per ton is a fair average of what isfc.ned 'an pay a
that helps to ilminate it. and Cuffs we Launder speak for
by the use of a good road over .
Potatoes yield about six tons to the themselves. They will talk loader.
the of bad road. It lIS only necessary -
use a
TELEPHONE NO. 231. .:A.A..s 31 EAST GARDEN ST. acre sugar beets about twehe. The t.BL re can. We want to be judged
to find out how many tons arc
? grower ('.in multiply the number of the work we do than by
hauled over any road a year to know noieoy
--- --- ---- --
:ares by the number of tons and thin
whether that road can I'e Improved to what we s.iv.:
multiply the number of tons bj $'!. and
Classified Advertisements a profit or not. To explain if a givenHVULIN
lie will 1 his'e the amount he can affordto

I T intendnn pay in taxes road or subscription if seven miles to build from ILL W'fiK C. 0. D. Goods CUM \for and DeHvere1 Free. "
--- --- -
I market that N. if he is semi mi'esfi TTlEPHOlfE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. .,

ONE CENT A WORD. .>..i mil kit and has fifty acres ofIxets I *

I suiair he \'tri afford to piv- for a WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

-' -- roid $I.:!>K(fl. which is ?J I
I -...... .
L( )-.'I". I times I.MI} tons I'.ut he won't have !"> ;
WAX FED-All kinds of empty bees I
ji.iy aii.v\\he'-e this sum. 10') ho ]: ...' '.... .... _...-_ ._,.-4..-_ .. _--_ .;.__ _.... T:12
hl bottle S. A. lo'rit'dm'lI1. u9 tf j jVAN1 ?: : : _ .
':; Viniasrctte ; I I iie" 1 not KO into hysterics at the assi I r.--. _... I,_- ... .. _-.. _... '.._- ... .. _.- __,-_- -_-. _- -_-_-..4 1 I

Ileave at sews of- ': \ ED-Men to learn barber I 'it ion. 11 tit

------ tf. trade. Tools, diplomapositions f I You cannot ra\e the eni-t of exoe! si\' Roberts & Dailey fDEALEKSIN :

Lti-i) i 'i I 'li jli ral1\'a d-lU'kect and: board given grduateShort ), mrr a bad n>ad mol' i ( j I

!< ..>K: cOlltltillill nllUH: ,. time required by our methods of I *
i ;; than: it cts: our a pio.l: roul until .:. '...
.. iu indelible steady practice, instructionn {i I ; 5
a; -- -,
hue the jIo,1 road! tIt s.l\T it for
I' . li ward for the ret ..te-. Catalogue milled free.Jloler you !
: t oiK-e, R. R. or E.Ii. JUrber Uf>llese, Ii8 CHon.I I ., jc.u; then joti can sne .and what you I II!! CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIEs.l|
a\e f it.
i I' J. E. Clement No. delf treet. New Orleans L t.WAN "'" t or me i-oitum ( 3011 can
/ 1'r pay toward the nt.ruif: : of short term I
!. ''' i ir isjoii'i. lf-tf / !
=== I ED-50 morepupiN in "IHack I blinds that you Ixuizlit! the road with, .: New Florida Syrup, Fish :

and White. Hy this system anyone the !':tnw :!.. you did to retire the notes ,

MONEY TO LOAN can learn to draw anything -:: that you {::1f'jr the bindtr and lure I:j FKESH:; HUPPLY OF (| .
tiny wi>h, any size. Even childrenteu "'
Is i," more reason to be afi.nd of a
years old can learn. Every i iii'; RALSTON'S OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AriD CEREALS '
ll'I : .. rrloulble: terms and I pupil eid.r-e-. Come in and humid than there is to be afraid of a ) ,

vi, '. '11\'. see for jourself. Otis 4. Miller <1 I\Y IN J.OK1IANUY. FR\\CF. note. Neither can be affonlol for luxuiies. I (! OF ALL KINDS. LJJ!
J.V.. 15ULLARD [This load wiisl'3 upward of four tons] but other can be afforded for ". I'
studio iu tialNburv: Building. FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
.- S ., "Palifox Up-Stairs. 'HtlmEXCHANOE road cost $1'J't.M' ) to build there must niachims which will save more than I (:) :[::1
J. A. \\'IL-ON )(auarer. and it is the timid and
: le a tia\tl of at le. !>t 1.0"J" loads a they oM only :. ROBERTS & DAILY ..:.
-Any one wanting a I fodisli that will continue to cut their (
year or that road at n taurg: of ?J "

MON( \' 1.1 I.OAN-W. R. Meri- ummer home in the inoutitjins a loa tI. grainitli a cradle or haul! their pramthnmsli (IJ 1 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. 1(1)) 1' J.
5' I to can exchange property HI Florida I mud to the market if there I isC11uIIl1 ,'.
in A.t'llt.lul1"Y (.>f ( it does not cost $2 to haul : : .pl;
c-our'-e K-
South Oeorsri for valuein I Ii 1..H. I'lMisacoIn I'la.
or : : f qual IIlIe ,
i'alit: tide rate of interesttcurity. cue ton one mile, but the! distance to cut or to haul to pay to 1l'tthe :
Asliille! X. C. Will trade
*' .- -,- r.I1I.1. , 112: audI up to $KMMor( le!>s, (Iris A. Miller up, thaf farm luduce, is hauled is machine to cut or haul it wiih. roii=""".."..'..-'_-r'o.; .,,--_ _-..,.--_ _-.,.,.-.._.a__,..,..--_..-_ ..'.--_ _-..4..--_ .'..--_ .".-.--'_ ."''..---_ _-" ....--_ ."'.--_L4. >,

Block IVn-aCola.
Sali-burv '
lii inn lion In Trut tlir Ilrnt of Fat.

Mui:1:: : LINIouiinproved J ---- -- -. -- Tor ,1o-t'l' frying hut in a thin slice of
I Ii l.lrlt ,uiall Nasal
in or FU It poIA lAI::. bread ai.d If it I.rtlwlwlli1e you can
of intere ,
a. 1.ratl' --- .
1' 1. i I' E Brooks, attorney FOR SALE-The most desirable OATARRH count sixty the fat is hot cnojsh for 'II '

I: .W =->. Palafox: ., Fisber3m lots iu the city on eay terms, by raw materials. If it browns while! you I 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. : : ,:

1m the! Heal Estate Aaency, In all its stages there i;, 'o ..,WL count foity. it is right for food prepared
------ 2(1432 South Palafox. ISa 1m -noulj be c'eauUnc! FfltR front i cooked h>-h or meat such 'H

1\1!\ E\: O.HAY-Vo you necd 1 Por- 55.-nt. EI)'9 Cream Balm 1? I as cnxi.ettes Use plenty! of fat and : Staple and Family Groceries

: \ ''U cm borrow any : -.. .. r'" on"e'', iy>tl1e"enlU''il8 I always: strain it carefully before putting
at. i want today on ei-.ii-st FOR UKN T-In opera Iiuu e build ,' d:tail in m'mreII : It for future UseIHT ,
tl : I''W< "it rites anywhere irg on Around Ih'r. one store audI "II""pa' r-lID.1! lurruny I"i ,)' : away I Relect Meats, Vegetables, Etc., in 'fiDs.h

"n uri'ro\ed eity real ollK-ejouttvoad; floor, three otiiee a cunl iu the 11.1III IHnlnR Itoom.A .
\\'in. .l-'isdier, iOie; h.lutl\. I febioBOARDIXU : 'U'yC to J.r..h..n '
I' ,. :, ---. re.1111 r.:il'ii I is plirod Into the nostrils,Bnr ids few drojs of oil of HUller In a ; Poultry, Eggs and Gauntry Produce ii

---- HcoartllllJC IlulIo. I over the uwm'.allelId is a'onr1)L! Ee ,ef.s MInuJutcr.nilacirefnow' silver; Ixiwl or (,. of somei; "

IK ,. t.1 borrow muut:)', 1:1- : I* I is not .!rj:I-du"s [. kl'i'l half tilled 1 with \ery Ii'itV1tCI'j! Telephone No. 358. o
i lOl'sK at Wheeler I See,tO l't' bru- I11{
uMire your propertyaits flt IINJI1 pnreln' I and s"t i.i the dining room Just In fore] "
of title, buy or Sprins-1: Mary E-ther, Fla.. Mrs. .:W or IIY mlllt; T1'i" fil": ,10 Cl'nts by D1J: I i _
htful and
dinner is senevl gives ;::
",. rmt property 01"I Condon proprietress. All the i i i.LY liI.OlUEl'" 10 Warren i'jett. t.w York I IwEI2IiIY .4

have, rents coli comforts ot home at very rea-ona : ______ .___ ___ __ I II iota il>le froiiiuss to tie titmosplurc ;
i taeat'etided: to. ble rate- Northern touinn; will I of the :ap.irtt.unt Hostesses often put : I..

'1'liciWut- m fid tins au ideal. place to s-pend a i'i : : CllEIU L- a H11'Ill,10.1 in the parlor and drosIns 'I(:

Hie ai.d lii-uruiice portion of the .f' -.on. linlm- ,I FOR STEAM DIVISION rooms when arranging; the hou 'u I 8 Years Old I In Cases if f 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per MSI I i'
i '1,1. Fla. Char,>eryoue for n festnity. The suggestion; Is c 'pe- t
'. _.. ItI3itI.._ ; __. I IB. l't1."i8-\COLA t tCT1IICTFI1t"k _
> \ who buy cullyaluableto the b., h'!':, in a email .
L DIAMOND, the tailor his: removed ILULW.\.Y COMPANY. '
we Mill lend moneyiiildu 1 i apartment which sometimes in the bustle rit1Ii WHISKEY distilled at the XeNon Co. \
,. to 11'2Vet (loverument Pensacola for tie L.1II. I -, $
Sl-ii j I leave
t iiu e. TraIns
__ street oposite Express ollice. ,I layOO. Big liayoa, W8rrington,>..Tj VM> of priparatiou, becomes. stuffy.Vcak .' Ky., Di-tillery, and N fully matured in wood :, .. '
where he prepared to clean, repair aad Fort narrsacas atI I before bottling it I is absolutely pure and not excelled ) -j !

'I \ lit (.0'n' )..!.).:.-..... ,. .. .... and press ladies' and erentle-1 I 11\0: a. m.arrlve at Fort Barrancat 7:16.,11 I 11 quality by any Whi-hy of the fame age I '
JL-: i iO.uo a.m.arrive at Fort Karraacas lOsS Laiuup.m.srrivefttFOrt A \ : Stomach I no matter where produced. The Royal HtandardM '
lir.IRXE-ManufdC- I )
mHdes'"t .
mentmlor 1
6j3i j Karraao 1:':'p n
., il''r in hair (ic>odArticle s::10 p. m. arrive at tort Barrancas 4lSpn I causes n weak body and invites (Ii-1! eteht years old when bottled, and, considering 4

-. Hair Oil M.*,-!..'.!..J. L'i.'l'-'I'J?. 8i5p.m.arrlTatort Karrancas 7OCpn I ea.< Kodol Dy pepsii: Cur cures :( Its excellent quality, i is the cheapest whUkey in r. I
:0up.m, arrive at Fort Sorrancai 8tfip.n I the market at that price. As a beverage; and as
h- ___-\ Uo\ eminent MretttorXG HOW TO :MAKE :MOXEV We Trains leave Fort Karranoat for Fvmaeo'a I' and strengthens the stomach, and! in: absolutely pure stimulant, there I h none better

\\ ... 'rJ';". offer by you two au Tiint Invp-tml-llt compitiie guaranteed ; It- 1:1bam at arrive at Pensacola 8:OO.. b ward off and overcome; dHa; =e. J hipped in cases containing/\' no marks whatever to ; i.

lluop m. arrive at fensacola-UiSp.n: B. Taylor, a prominent merchant of ndicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining I
nuke rich. This i is
\ may you no 2uo p. DI.l\rrlve.t fennaoola... ... 1lIIp c he whiskey, U not "ati-fied with the quality bean .'
.-t-chem or lake. Send f'J 00 forInveiuiientCertificate. S 00 m arrive at Pensaoola,__ 6tt p BI Chrie= an, Tf'X.'av": "I could not
imy at once to 'r- : p .__. return the same at our expense and money ,
fj: weak
J{ you are :a.0 p. m. arrive ren.acoa. p. eat bec-du-e of a stomach. 1
lou111 the UovtTti- .5:46p.m.arrITeat Peniaoola....... I.SOB.Bttatardayi rill be refunded. pAll i
down in
not ;;ati-fled upon inve-tijiitiou: lost all strength and run
only orders should be
Apply to accompanied by either -j
will give back. weubt. All tint could di :
you your money money
:.ate Corre' I nt. FARE FOB WICK: DAYS. GUTA currencypostoffleemoneyorderbank draft or express I
Weltner & Dunn Fiscal Agents, GO) was done, but all hop, of rpcovpryv'Ini..hpd. i
Cedar !Hapid-*. feniaoola to Fort B&rrano&&nd rets re M.I money order. We refer to First National ;
Broadway, New York. Yard and return__ ttiPeciacola Hearinmrofsome! wonderful
d.v wltn ttmsacola to Navy Bank or merchant in Pensacola. I.
-.---- ---- to Palmetto Beach and return III cure* elected by ue of Kodol I I.
H.ALFMAX, umbrelli maker, 315 it. The flm bottlbenefittpd '
\, ;>er>oii50t char- SCSDAT OHKDDDK.Wbea concluded to try I
.t reputation Inch South P.i afox street. Re cover- w itaer permits the rannlnf << mA, and aftertakin: four S. A. FRIEDMAN
t 'county requirtd) lug and repairipsrof! umbrellas and open coacbes.t.e bottU I am full restored to mviisnal -

:, I ad\.t'ru.e old e-. par.t-nla specialty. Silk covers .v< Pentaaola Lv Fort larraua strenthweighth and health "

1l\: bu-iiie-s houe.1t.indiu alw ITS on h'ind. jan 3 H y a.a. m.m. 10a.m.II ia Hire's: Pharmacy, John hepp.ird, .,. f COL'S; PROPRIETOR, PENSACOLA, FLA.P :

'. : :{. t .il *ryl C111, 111 ( ..t ii in..s. 1p.m. Sc.m. Sidney Kahn. ._,
>\1! tXr.I1..IuJdi- 1 ..... I J p. m I p.c. - O. BOX 4IH 1EI.t"UO 179r '4i
.M lll\.blt; in c ct.f3PorLI.A. n15t t,4t 'II

,1t.1.'J ij- from la"adJ I v 't. :Silk.- :Sum: nid other mate- I & p. m. Sp.K. Iemtht'i! \2I EtZTtr 5Ja.ARtfflM5I, .' -- flit 1

'd carruK": fur- I liali'.c.tubf'r..ntfodat Mr*. E. D. Ip.m. '."..m.rAa. 1I handle1\every class! of Liquors Old in .ti

I l' II es-,. iry. Kerer- Nord-tromN Millinery Store. Alo I to ort. FOB garr.noa.ar41n4 BUHDATantaaola 24i7 Yi/J h'/.t1/ I talk .")r bottle, wholesale! or retail, at prices that (
-- -*lfdi1re .;:ed eu- :'otlli'k*. J..I..A NossaVfis and \ return _____ oI are way down.
I "1 iJi Co., Caxt"n Haii Good at No. 11 Eat; latendencia tensaooia to Palmetto 8aoa ataretora.
1 L 'go'. Sfeblw street, near Palafox. I _______ 1 the NEWP Want Column. i j _ AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.T .
So Irelgat elved alter I OJ p. D. Try 11 fllii


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at Reve d'Ete, according to custom es-!

r tablished by Charles I. Cragin' several PRIZE MONEY A GREAT SUC SS

years ago, and that those presenthad ,

a most enjoyable afternoon it is

needless to say. FOR DEWEY
1 f you are one of the small minority that has
Swell Menu. ...IS THIS YEAR'S f ARNIV

not VfA "GOOD LUCK" Baking Powder, you The breakfast was served at 1
o'clock and the menu was up to the SO DECIDED .THE SUPREME
\ fiould Immediately purchase a can from your standard set at Reve d'Ete for delicious COURT-DISTRICT COURT COM Large Crowds, Lots of Enthusiasm, and PT ,f Fun ; but

grorer and be convinced that it J'OIIIit'merit dishes. It was as follows:
Canopes of
superior to all other brauds. .
Cold Consomme in Cups. Sherry. CREE.
A Greater Shccess
Pompano a la Cragin.

Richmond Virginia.SNNNNONNNNNN. Parisenne Potatoes. Sauterne.

Grapefruit. Washington Feb. 23.-The United

Pheasants. Bread Sauce States supreme court today decided

Pease. Jelly. Champagne. the prize money cases brought by Admiral With: Large Crowds, Lots of Values, and Nothing but Pleased

I i SOCIAL ECHOES Tarrapin. Champagne. Dewey in behalf of himself and Customers is Our MONSTER
I Pate de fois gras. Aspec. the officers and men of his fleet on

Toasted Crackers. Develed Cheese. account of the vessels sunk at Ma
Macedoine of Fruit. Cake. nilla and afterward reclaimed in

"Too Tired." Coffee. Cordials. their favor, but the cases of Admiral ODD AND END SALE !

} Too tired to work. v After the breakfast Mr. Cragin Sampson for whose name Admiral

Too tired to walk gave a toast to Mr. Jefferson which I Taylor was substituted in his own be-

Too tired to read was appropriate for the occasion. He half and that of his officers and men .

Too tired to talk. said: on acount of the Maria Theresa sunkat YOU SHOULD AVAIL YOURSELF AT ONCE OF THiS OPPORTUNITY.LADIES' .

Too tired to eat. "Gentlemen: Another year has the battle of Santiago were decided -

Too tired to drink; passed and again this little party adversely to the t claimants.The ,

TIM tired to write gathers to congratulate anJTb cheer I Theresa was sunk after being SHOES. Misses' Shoes. Men's Slippers.

Too tired to think. our dear old friend as he reaches ai.- rescued, whereas the vessels reclaimed $3 50 Patent \'ici, Lace, Welt $-.2 ZQ Patent Vici. Lace, Welt $I 2.) Vii Kid Black Oprr.:

-Four Track News. other mile-stone on life's journey. No, at Manilla are still in use. Hole .$ is fole' 1l2to 2.$2 C'C 1 00 Vici Kid Bhck. T II,

$ that smile is not a happy one. The The court first passed on the Dew 3 50 Patent Vic', Lace: Turn 1 75; \'i..j i Kid. Button or Lace Wint- Color. .. .. .. .
Asnin the of theO
yesterday mina n
idea of a journey brings; to the mind ey case. Taking up the question as r 78 IPs) to 2. I fc'J TJJ; Black or Bruno AliiCHILDREN'S / '
.-' o'a 'Iubwre the scenes of sociaL : 3 00 Vice Hand-pp Turn
J I f.
visions of weariness of dust of general I vessels \Vhittimrtff. Hili\
to whether the Spanish Don 1 50 Vici Kid, Button Lace
+ .iiy and mHriment.tllrninf : sole, Lace or Button..... 239 or ,
s ; aftE'r.l discomfort of an unpleasant I Juan de Austria Isla de Cuba and 111'! to :.... .... .... .. .. .... 11:h I l-,"b''own 1'. !ii'I h
4 ':(.'in and! owning the beauty, ,,00 Vici Lace, Dull hidTops,
thing<= the sooner ended the better j Isla de Luzon were properly adjudicated belt pole. 241 123Viei Button or Lace: 11.I' SIIOLS.)
1era -"ilmnt of IVusacola and her guests?i :/ I
lie picture I see today is not than i as prizes for the benefit of cap- 2 50 Vici Kid, Lace Extension to 2.T :&\\lJ I.
t l the hospitality of this elegant
a.-1 I of a weary, dusty traveler but of a tors in view of their condition imm6- Sole 171 1 00 Vici, Button or Lace, 11,'., ?1 M Vi'i. Lace. Butt. .
t C.111). gentle happy nature, sauntering iiately after the engagement: at Ma- 2 50 Viei Kid Ltceiiur button I K) t', 2.T Glc i to II .
D li htrlll music was furnished and : j i t 2 50 Viet Button Common 1 25.iei., L-tee or Bu' oI .
dancing was participated in l>y many. along life's sunny autumn afternoon lima and their being subsequently !i I Seine, Turn S.ilt>. I bfll| I to n. .

The parade was bore witnessed by I picking a flower here,, stopping thereto i raised and put in commission the I 2 50 Yici Button Welt bole .. 2 Ili'i j Men S 085. !j 100 VM. Lace or .

I sketch a bit of landscape or here i opinion says that if the effort at salvage 210I'at'nt'1ip, LHP-: Cuban +I 11. .
guests in the evening and after the
Military and French Hetl 1 61
again to do a kindly deed or say a I had failed or if the cost had $5; 00 Patent Kid: All over Bin- 100 Patent Leather: LU- .
coronation at the opera house the I 1 .Lace Kxtetioii Sole, Heel chtr .
loving word. As he sees his little equalled or exceeded the value the and Spring Heel..... .!.. 1 29 $3 81 toll.
filled and
rooms were again dancing'kept
group of friends gathered to geret captors still would be entitled to 1 75 L'ice, Patent or Leather 5 00 I'atent'ici: Lace Extension OJ Box Calf; Button, G to >

up until a late hour. Cach member him at the mile-stone, he sayswitha bounty. I 1 21 370 ;;tcYid.L:1CP,6t08.) : .. ..
was most gracious in looking af- 1 75 Button, Extension 8 Ie... lm
merry twinkle of his eye that the ".\15 to the property taken from the 5 00 Patent Coronar, Monkey 732; Patent Leather Ltci6
ter the guest and extending' the hospi- "God 1 50 Lace or Button, Heel and Skirt Tops..... .... .... ... 3 i9 to 8...... .... ...... . .. ,
whole world knows so well. vessels raised and reconstructed and Spring Heal. l 18 f '
tality of the club. 1 25 Lace of Button 3 50 Patent Vici Lace Button 50 ca. "l*s, I.tceExtensioa or Rut.
bless my soul gentlemen is it possible that taken from the \"essels.destroy.. PatentTip, ,
Sole 89c ton, 2 to G...... . . .. .. Pit
Capt. and Mrs. Cull entertain: at that! I am seventy-four years t'd." says the opinion "we think its 3 oO Shoes, all kinds and styles 2 7(5 _.
1 25Lioe, Common Sense. .... 89c! 6)I"C Soft Holes,18 Htyles. .. Hj?
dinner tomorrow evening: on the Man today. legal status must be regarded: as the 3 00 Patent Enamel Extension
younger I 100 Lace, Common Sense...... fclcLadies' 50c Soft Soles, All Colors.. i: ?
"lIe surely knows how to grow old that of the vessel to whichit
grove. I same as 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid
ii J gracefully, or rather how to glide j belonged. The statute did not con- House Slippers j I 241 Boys', Youth's and Little Gentsl
On Monday afternoon from 4 tot
'41 <, along life's pathway without growing template a division of the grant and $ 73; Red and Black Quilted 2 i,0\'iciladPlainorCapTues: 1 89

4 t fi, {'apt. and )Irs. Bull save a n'cepI I old at all. In his buituty 'sleep of | an award of prize money and bountyin satin Fur Tops ..... .... .. 149 Shoes.
tion complimentary to the sons of 150 Black Juliete*. Fur Tops.. 11J 2 50 Lane, Patent L eat I'.
r-1 the American H'volution.licious )I'twenty years: in the ,Catskills, or in ; respect to the same transaction." 1 50 t) Black Felt Juliets, Fur 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 2 0) Yiei Kid, Lace 2>s to 5' I :*

refreshments the discovery of Pouce de Leon's I'' Concluding on this point, the opin- Tops........... .... .... ... 87c; Toes, Lace or Congress... 149 1 ';Vici I\jd.La'e.21 to n i J.I\I\
:. were served and a I! ,fountain of perpetual youth here in'I II ion says that even if the contention ] 7oc Black Felt HIII'P r5.liufdIJJ : 1 25: Satin Calf Lace, flam .ir'

most ploatant time was eijoyed. !i'Florida he has learned how to grow I Iyounger j be correct that bounty alone would II', Black\ ; rgeSlippf-ra. 21c 1 50 Heavy Satin satin Calf lap T".fs, :!Jt to ,.: .. .. _!.
'apt. Bull was the first: President; of ,, $I 50 Felt! Shoe*, Leather Tipped Mice. 1 22Xew 1 75 Vici Kid.: Lace; 1 lit: I i. i (:n
fl with each added year. We be an inadequate reward that ... ...... O
Lace 1
this association in IVusucola.To Lined 19 Made Cable 1 51''ll'i Kid, Lace, 13 to 2. i 1I b:
drink his health and sincerely echo would not justify the court in attributing 25; Felt Shop, Lace or Con Screw Shoes.... .. .... .... 93c 1:1;; Box Calf, Lace, 13 to 2.. dlr

Ij To the deli I'Wbis many friends the wish that he may 'live long andprosper. I to the statute a scope not permitted g'rp=iI.l.iIH'd...... ...... .. M)3 1 Q" I..rrh"Dturenot barred from buy 1 50 Viei I\id.LoICt',9: to 13 1 ,is
.' I : by its terms. Black berge Shoes, Lace or Con- 48c tog this-hoe. 1 25 Vici Kid, Lace, 9 to 13- -.v
Mr. John Hobart Cross is visiting in .
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the city. v Mr. Jefferson responded in his wittiest "Concerning the naval stores cap- -- -- -

and happiest style, and after remarks tured by Admiral Dewey at Cavite

tt\ Mr. 1:. W. McIntyre and family and toasts by others, of the the opinion says the property in ques :Meyer: Shoe Co.

r Lave as guests Miss Syllianla Hooton guests, they departed.: tion was taken subject to the exercise

t}f o and Miss Adele Horton of CJroinslxro. Those present were: Edward Dudley of the power of restitution and the

- I j', rn. Ala. The facinating young ladies Henry C. Butcher and Frank T. government must be regarded as absolved Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.TO .

J ... enjoyed the carnival celebration very Patterson of Philadelphia John S. from liability for whateverwas .

co much. O'Neill. Thomas Shields Clarke and restored under the treaty of CUKE A COLI IN ONE DAY

Louis S. Clarke of Pittsburg, Dr. peace. Take Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets ...SPECIAL SALE...
A. O. Morgan B. C. Blanton and U. This signature JtMt t on every
' 11 Fremont-Smith W. J. Allen and "We are of the opinion says the fF
E. Wentworth, of Luther Florida Thomas A. Lawton.Letters court, "that the district court committed box. 25c. -ATBRAWNER'S-

w'Yk. were among the many carnivalisit- of regret were read from no error In its decree in respectof Do you want a magnificent watch

ors.Ir.. Morgan is tax assessor oft Admiral Dewey Col. William D. the Don Juan de Austria, Isla de for little money? If so, call on

t -a Taylor county, and Mr. Went worth is Mann and L. Clarke Davis. Luzon and Isla de Cuba and the prop- Stephens! the jeweler. He will ac-
R I a brother of the subscription man of
" erty taken from them as well as the commodate yon.FCZKMA. .
The News.
., 10 It "For pneumonia Rrippp, pulmonary vesels captured and their appurtenances
1.1. NO CL'UK. NO PAY.
; and bronchial troubles take or in respect of the lightersand
i The Wednesday Musicalo will hold Your druggist will refund your money If To make room for my Immense Stock of Spring
I Piso's Cure for Consumption" wrecking boats but that a sharein PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure Ulngworm,
i open meeting att rs. T. V. .
KI'SS-j I If.NEWS a portion of the naval stores and Tetter Old Ulcers and Bores:, Pimples and
:: r's home at West Jackson: street Goods, which i'? now Arriving Daily.
materials captured in Cavite arsenal I Blackheads on the face, and all skin diseases.
j "shxirsilay at 8 All iifsled i iI .
p. m. rc- | toj : 00 cents.
" and the boats pertaining thereto, I
attend, as lie meeting will \be posit- j 3000 yards of 79 Heft-Finished I Ak I doz \lflU'S All Wnnlltl'd l1ud..r-
NOTES bhouM have been awarded and that
ivfly Ju-M. ; I THE MARKETS. Bleached Domestic, worth Gc, to shirts worth H I, special iiic; drawers
. r ___ I the decree of the district court dismissing make room at 44 j yard. j to tiritch.300J .

:f: the intervening libel of the yards Fitchville 44 Bleached ; 47 Lidies'? Ready-to-Weir Rainy-
The is : I
1; t following given for the benefit '__' -" A--' n
captain of the anshan is affirmed. Domestic worth 93: to make: room. '' 'y Skirts, worth 1.50. special sale
of those who have seen an'! know etch.I .
. at 7c >
The fun and frolic wound up last ,
i I 4, the remarkable Joe Jefferson. i! 9:1_; ( Indies'lieady-to-Wertr Uaiiiy-
night with quito a number of balls What for extracts is im I .
1 Palm Leach Feb. 21.-Friday had | I you pay Bleached Dim tic worth lOo to f Kuirantpw wool l,
and among them were several highballs but what for : : f2.1S .each
portant, you get your mike room at J bt overdo'h I .M-'PeclaIl.1"alf
Its sigliiheai'ct't limNot that it I ;
[ : was ; .. ,
for THE
i 1 money is ten times more important. Reported NEWS by D. F. VT
; Friday, but that it the date of the I 10.000 yards 4.1 Unbleached Di.1 tt-d
was I' tir- Skirts worth $150, special(
. Lowe & Co.
nuraflfs Vaiillla costs more because I me=tic, worth Go to make .
room, a' i ,w.
i: anniversary of the birth of him whom Special; s"!vice* will be cnuducteJ I 4> ; each.
worth more. Spots. 4c yard. I I :;; r'tJlt' ,
Black Tltllore'lllnd Fhc-
tit all love to call Jo. Jefferson.ti by Judge W. G. Ewing, Christian I _
I -- 10.4
KK Gold
Good Middling..9 5-8 yards Brand KheetunU skirts, worth |2 50 to IB, rpecial
Joseph Jefferson, hale and hearty ScientU1! at the Pens coli Lib.irySunday Strict 1-2 lag, worth ISc, to mike room, at 13 3 sale $l.US to $I 98 each
the all I at 11 o'clock. The public i? Middling..9 yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool Camel's)
tj was recipient' day long of let-'j i MARITIME.Arrived. Middling ...... ...... .... ......9 38 Hair
' UTS and telegrams from all over the cordially invited.All IOlMJ yards I'l 1 r=nperal Bleached Undershirts, worth $.W. pp !c-
I Strict Low Middling..8 316 I Sheetih/{, wouh SJ.:; }.,c,to make room, ialfldrawers match, in White,
.' country. Friends here called: on him the hotels in the city have been: i' Low Middling. ..... ...... .....8 7.8 a tl"1',- yar d.o Red and Fawn colors
.: and left their good wishes persoually.l filled to their full capacity during the Tone Steady. I 750! yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached 2d oz. Boy's and Girls'1 Ribbed

Chits in abundance were also shower-I'I Mardi Gras season but the :\terch-1 Span* Vivina, 19H3, Ruiz, Santiago KUTL'HES.March Sheeting, worth 2ic, to mike room, 25c and Fleeced drawers to Lined Undershirts ut
. ; match.
ants' Hotel was the place most desired t j Gulf Transit Co at 203 yard.
fd on Mr. Jefferson-anil ha PIIY : .. ...... ...... .... ...... ...9.83 21 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and

' times, he was unusually happy Friday. on account of the excellent facilities I May.................. ..........9 b2 Remember we carry a full line ofBoya' Red All Wool Undershirts at Ms;
Among the gifts was an elegant basket there offered for a good viewof Sailed.Nor Pants from 3 to 16 age at drawers to match.

n i nf fruit and flowers from his the pardae. ship Servia, 1211, Borrensen, NAVAL HTOKUt--MAKKKI. prices 70 doz to Men's suit everybody.Heavy French Neck Men'We carry and Boy's a full and line Girls'of Ladies Shoe,

friend. Capt. Charles .\. Hall of New Simonstown Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; that we can cave you 25c on.Remember .
it York City; flowers and fruits and Humors feed on humors-the sooner Reported Dally for The New. bj drawers to match. -We carry a full line

+- ; pretty antI valuable presents many; you get rid of them the betterHood's I A Guaranteed Cure fur Files Union Natal Storei Go. 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at Me on
worth GOc, special 35c dollar. We will close them
I is the medicine ; out at
lo Sarsaparilla: "Olll1f.WW
; JIt'ory1.. halter sent a beautiful Itching, Blind, Weeding or Protruding drawers to ma tch.
to take.: Pile*. Your druggist will refund your ___.8425 H_ .__.82ww0 just N price off other merchants.
piece of cut glass incased in silver moneyaf I'AZO OINTMENT falls to cure _____ B K5 (S- ..n"._.' ._ 210lr.

fretwork design, the oval space of FALSE ALARM OFFIRE you. 50 cents S__..._ II 65 __. _M'_ % 1.1M
silver in the center bearing: an appropriate _.__..._._ II 45 lL_..__. ......... 215) We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress
THIS MORNINGAt It ___M_ 5 ?) DMOO_'__ 2
inscription. Standing next to
PIANO DRAWINC. L-.....___ 253 C A b"low.._ 2t5)BttaiT5 Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
this on the table in Mr. JofferiSon'sroom
;5:43: o'clock this morning; a call TtI.r. Tnu- 'jbld.
was a tall vase of deep blue-tint- I I
intended for the patrol wagon registered Ticket No. 170 drew the piano raf.I AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.
4'11 glass and bearing: wealth of gorgeous I Tables of quality for the
at truck houses and If
police stallion tIed by the Carnival Association.

pink roses. This vase, which !I as a call for the department from I said ticket is not presented by next Dining room, library, hall RemEmber the Place
the of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dun- ,
was gift
i, ![ box 13.; Trucks responded hurriedly, I Monday, Feb. 30th, another drawing: and parlor at Marston $ F F. E. BRAWNER
bar Adams of Xew York City, was I
, were driven back and stabled when will take place. 24f-3t Quina's- ,
elaborately: ornamented with silver i I I
i and it also bore an inscription and the i the error was discovered. A Cure For Lumbago.W. 105 S. Palafox St.

1--- ...THE...
dates of Mr. Jefferson's! birth and the .
ELY'S LIQVID CREAM BALM is an C. Williams, of Amherst Va..
,vh present )'E'ar.liss: A. T. Thewlis of, old friend in a new form. It is prepared says: "For more than a year I suffered i

}Peoria 111., sent a largo. silver tank for the particular benefit of from lumbago I finally triedChamberlain's CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTSOF DR. J. E MOCK
sufferers from nasal: catarrh who are
ard with lepousse work in gold.
Balm and it
u Among the beautiful floral gifts was diseased: membranes. AU! the healing gave me entire relief, which all

one from Miss Ethel rainiter of Balti and soothing properties of Cream pother remedies had failed to do." Cordially invite you to attend a

more. Balm are retained in the new prep Sold all druggists and medicine
aration. It does lot dry up the LECTURE .. _
When seen at his homo and asked secretions. Price, ;including spraying dealers.

about his approaching engagementand i tube, 73 cpnts. At your dru.i ...BY...
season's work Mr. Jefferson said: *i-t's, or Elv Brothers, Warren:
"I would look forward to it witlf the street New York, will mail it. If you want your office Judge W. G. Ewing 28\ S. Palafox Street, $ Old Armory Building.
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greatest anticipation if it were not .Mr. James White will furnished go to .ilfarstonQuina's. Subject: Jesus Christ Physician CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.

that I have to leave Palm Beach." leave for Yew York Sun They have an elegant and Redeemer, at the Opera House,
Yes. Joe Jefferson luvcs Florida! line roll desks PI: S.COI.rJ .\.
of top
day. Any special orders
and every Floridian who has heardof Sunday Afternoon, March 1st,
and office chairs-
tim has a great wealth: of admiration entrusted in his care will

and love for him. be gladly attended to.J.VO. HotRolls.at5p. m lOc *. No charge at for 4 Admission o'clock. or Heats ;' Laxative Brom Qoin teA:: I'Jl CIIever),

Mr. Jefferson was ghen a breakfast WHITE. doz., at Solomon's. no collection. 2jf3t: 'CareilCoI41D0De--; : Dm\! ;/X. rTir t i *ox.ft,6Mtffv tk



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