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 26, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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corruption.Yet crowd was attracted to the senate to- !

we have in all the leading met day, most of them visiting Daughtersof

ropolitan newspapers today the declaration the American Revolution. Wash

YOUNG MEN COURT MARTIAL that Southern Senators ington's farewell address was read by

would this morning; assent to the :Mr. Dubois, of Idaho. The omnibus

black nderhood scheme of admittingthe public building bill was passed and

, IN DEEP TROUBLETHEY OF LIEUT. WORTMANAN territories.Down to Brass Tacks. the considered postoffice without appropriation final action.bill was

Mr. Tillman, while standing in tho .

I i I We are down to brass tacks now. aisle and endeavoring to get recog 1 I"nltion

... Democratic Senators have taken their to speak regarding the Indian- ;t

I stand, and so Statehood fails upon I ola, Miss, postoffice case, enquired ;
its merits, since they determined it
what was up if the postofflce appro.
NIGHT AND WERE CALLED TO BOWEN' WANTS WILL CONVENE EARLY IN ENCIRCLINGTHE should be so held. It is a memorable priation bill went over. Injectipg

victory for honest democracy.The some humor into the proceedings, the i
omnibus public buildings bills president pro tern replied that he

COURT THIS MORNING. QUIOKWORK FOR EXPLOSIONON GLOBE it passed the Senate was received', understood the senator from South e" .

in the House today and referred to t "
-- THE MASSACHUSETTS. Carolina was coming up on his feet,
--- the Public Buildings Committee of .
I at which the senator was convulsed. t
\: ",TS court this morning hat body, in which Congressman' The in the condition in
poison race
Washington, Feb. :24! .-A feature of
....1.1! i was fined $100 for With the coming here of the battleships Bankhead, the Alabama member, will the South, he declared, lay in the poitical ",
the protocol for sending the questionof ARE TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH
':.' akd weapons and dist'nib this week will be held an u important : fight to a finish for the items providing refroe system which had been

preferential treatment to The the I THAT END. for the purchase of sites for public adopted. The balance of the power, .
in the city limits, investigate court as to .
Hague as proposed by Mr. Bowen is buildings in Tuscaloosa and Florence. he said, in national republican conventions ..:
,d'rs. who was with Mc- responsibility for the death of ninemen" I for the '
that the court of arbitration is to be- But, unfortunately, was held by the machine of s
1'it in jail for two gin the consideration of the questionon i on board the battleship Massachusetts Morris Frankel and William Winkel time being Colonel Bankhead has to the South, and that machine was 1

several weeks when a white, are interesting visitors here contend against Sepaker Hendersonand When the '.1
01 '-fcring with his brothI the first of September and that ago composed jf negroes. people

.Itr I ,hal Sanders, when its decision shall be rendered within premature explosion occurred in one just at present. They have included the republican leaders of the of the South, said he loses patience "

six months. of the ships big turrets. Pensacola in their effort to encirclethe House as well as the opposing majority and does "cruel, bitter, fearful, '

.1' attempting to arrest The court, he proposes, shall de- Ensign W. K. Wortman is now un- globe on foot and have walked of the Senate. fiendish and savage things, there Is .

.. cide when how and by whom the der charges of neglect of duty growing 4,200 miles since they left New Yorkon So it would seem that he is strug- I a howl from the men who know nothIng ,> "

.u i:mg men went out for posts of the arbitration are to be paid. out of the recent disastrous ex- August 18th of last year. gling on the folorn hope against overwhelming and who have never been south *" "I.

'. _! t. starting; at the de- The presumption is by the first of plosion, and will be tried by the I Tomorrow night at the armory odds. of the Potomac, but have theorized." ,
court. It will be one of the most important : they will deliver a series of lectureson In the house the majority report in'' Continuing, and addressing the republican I
: ::t' been m the city but next September all the mixed commissions '
lout both which are to sit at Caracas events for some time, as the the subjects: favor of unseating the Democrat, Butler side he said that if this

are widely and adjudicate the claims of the'a' man under charge is highly connected -I 1. Trip from New York to Pensa of Missouri was brought in and policy of negro equality is carried ;

,, irmmently connected : and the outcome will be watched cola on Foot. attempt was made to rush it through' jut, and if some of them could be ,
nations will have all
rious passed on /'
the claims presented.The closely. The Associated Press tells I 2. Trip Through Mammouth Cave in brutal short order, which was successfully given places in the cabinet he would ::

"uck last night the con- claims of some of the nationsare of the court in the following message illustrated. resisted by the democratsand I tote for them. 7 .t'i
I from Washington: I :3.: Mound builders and Indians. for the time being they won. Mr. Tillman then said he proposed I i 1
small of them low
if a pistol in the north- one being as
as $20,000 and the suggestion is that Washington, Feb. :!Secretary 4, Indian Oratory and Eloquence. The democrats served notice on to surprise his friends, and astonish 't' ",
::1 of the city attracted The Hague court, in view of this fact, Moody today ordered a general court- Under the conditions by which they the majority that they would resist his enemies, if he has any, by being ; '

:: in a number of people, may pro-rate the charges incidentalto martial convene at the Navy Yard are traveling, the two are not to beg, unseating of Butler, that is if such very mild and temperate in what he t f

,' Marshal about March and these lectures are for the sole effort at unseating was attemptedthat .
i was Deputy the arbitration according to the Pensacola, Fla., on or would say. i :
lives mHhatp art of the amount of the claims allowed, instead 6, for the trial of Ensign Ward K. purpose of defraying needed expenses. they would make use of every "If we had known at the beginningof i'

of assessing each one an equal Wortman, on the charge of neglectof The lecture will be interestingand rule of the House from now till Con- the civil war," said he, "what we / t r''ti

., amount. Mr. Bowen thinks that the duty, growing out of the recent explosion the general public is incited. gress expires March 4. It is believed know now, there would have been no I,; t''- ,' 1
went out to investgate proceedings before the court shouldbe in the eight-inch turret of the They have no limited time to accomplish that this firm stand of the united democracy war." lie enquired why the large '{ : JJ

information that McDon- short and simple and believes in battleship Massachusetts, which resulted the task, but if they succeedthe will prevent final action until majority of law-abiding people of In- 1 ; ,i

the shooting. Mr. Sand- limiting the legal representations tda in the death of the nine memo New York World will make thema it is too late. dianola should be punished because t! r ':i

the The importance present of $40,000, and for researches Should Butler be unseated now, it lawless and brutal
t. the defendant and plac- very few number of persons.Mr. bers of gun crew. there was a small i : i
Bowen has received a dispatch attached to the proposed investigation in botanical and archaeological would be his second unseating in this element. It was contrary he said, t 'I.
'r arrest McDonald end >
from Caracas dated today saying the is shown in the high ranking matters the Smithsonian Institutionat Congress and would thereby estab- "to the fundamental principles of the I 'W

himself of the gun but German comander had returned to personnel of the court, which will be Washington will pay them $10,000. lish a precedent, no member in the Anglo-Saxon jurisprudence" ",1' ,."

looking for just such a I Venezuela yesterday the warship Re- composed of the fOllowing members: history of the republic having been Replying to some remarks made by I I
C. Wise Com- THE PROCEEDINGSHAVE twice unseated in one Congress. Till t
i tured; the small weap- staurador which had been taken during Rear Admiral William Mr. Spooner In his speech, Mr. <>

I the blockade. Us also has been mandant of the Pensacola L _Navy BEEN STOPPED. CRENSHAWTO man said: i N{

informed that the Germans and Italians Yard; Captain Edward D. Tussig, ALMA "It is not in the dream of the wild. ]
,. to a stiff opposi- small vessels, fishing smacks, Commander W. t{. Turner, Commanding the case of Judge Charles Swayne states with a wax skin on him that the ; '
A. B. Adams of Holmes county arrived -
Brother who had to be etc., captured during the blockade. the cruiser Atlanta; Command. have been practically dropped for the from Caryville last night and federal government is not supreme,"
Frank A. Wilner, stationed at Pensa present. Information to that effect but he said there were some cognate :
a club to make him be- left this morning for the Adams convict .
cola; Lieut. Commander William L. cam today. This suspension is only principles which have been Ignored. t 1
In'i Nearly Forfeits Bit Life. camp near Caryville with Alma in the South the .. ',
said that
Burdick commanding the Wasp, and temporary, however since it is stated He people .
Crenshaw, the negro woman who was have a constant reminder that t -
A almost ending fatally, Smith attached to in the
runaway Lieut. Harry E. that they will be called up J. :
labor their ancestors thirty-five years ago
sentenced to five
4 of years
started a horrible ulcer on the leg the Atlanta, with Lieutenant Com first session of the next Congress, were conquored. "We are perpetually ;
told the mayor today J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111 mander Cameron McR. Winslow, of convening in December.' for killing another woman at Could- reminded," he said, accenting his

For four years it defied all doctors : the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department It is held that the present con- ing several months ago. words, "that we are in the Union, but ', t t
a mistake about him hat- and all remedies. Bucklen's Arnica I The woman carried with her a not of it, except to pay taxes."
Advocate. order its
Judge is without authority to I
gress old which had "I will vote to confirm Booker l.
; and also about him do- Salve had no trouble to cure him. child several months
committee to continue Investigation Washington as secretary of anything. ._
at the .
: with her during her stay
ling. lie explained that Equally good for Burns, Bruises, Buntt's Vanilla Extract Ie after March 4, the date of adjourn Let us have a negro, a genuine negro; '
Bottle of
i man who had created the Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. One three of the doubtful ,! ment and to provide for the expensesof county Jan.Sample not a mulatto or hybrid. Then let us i.
c A. D'Alemberte's Drag Store, 121 better than give him a pro rata share of all the
The Judiciary
bj discharging the weap- kind. Though costing a few cents such Intestigation. bottles of Dr. Kilmer'e good jobs wherever they exist, without :' t''
t .J not sound exactly right South.. street. more per bottle, its purity and great) committee is also said to be Swamp-Root, tbe great kidney,liver regard to local conditions." He !,
i make It the most economical averse to incur expenses and perform being distributed added that nothing of the sort will be t i
aor especially when this .Mr. James White will strength to the and bladder remedy, are done. >
duties trusting
c aid he had carried no gun leave for New York Sun- brand.A impeachment next congress to approve. here lrom bon_=e,free. Have After speaking for nearly two hours a ,
orders Core for Piles you received one? and not concluding, he yielded for an #
t'g day. Any special Guaranteed r
been fined $100 lately. executive session. 1, !.
entrusted in his care will Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding. Don't neglect a Cough. Take Piso's The finest line of umbrellas In the During the session the credentials 1 "

Sot Rolls at 5 p. in., 100 be gladly attended to. Pllei. ,II Your PAZO druggist OINTMENT will fills refund to your cure Cure for consumption in time. By city ii at J. I. Stephens'. Go look of Senator-elect Smoot with a protest }
d2., at Solomon's. money druggists. at them. against seating him were filed. 4 +II'
J.VO. WHITE you, SO cents .

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.lIT. ...tHILOVE'S n. .. .u.n : eatarily tate on herself In the old I FARMERS AND GOOD> ROADSCost
IN Mft AiJ the question of health
cia,.. She had greater absolute free- becomes I
mainly aquestion
I of Hamllair Fmrm p..4aeta Over
I l Ion, but she missed something. of natrition. If the stomach : Country Highways.,

Miss De Vanx no longer talked to and 9fberorgaus of digestion and nutrition '
i STRATAGEM i her of the future. Now and again she are kept in a healthful condition' The advocates of good roads will find

'tald of such orsuch a plan. "John there will be well-nourished body, ai-d plenty of argcnirnU Jn tLo recent report -

will keep it up." And once she went little liability to disorders of the liver, o* the industrial commission on
By Martha ., I. bowels -other'disorders
so far as to add that in the event of or as may the marketing and distribution of faruiag -
result from b.
I McCuUocIjWI1llams Fenella's marriage after five years nutrition and products. This report'shows the

Cwrt*. 1902. I*1U S.i *0n COOMT jFene'la : satisfactory service she would give hera lack of exercise. value of good country roads and the
wedding outfit and a modest If comfortable
.+. < .. -*. < > ** ., Immense saving that could be effected forlnfants' Children.The
I dowry. Further, she made Dr. Pierre's .
watched tier aunt with -wide,' not the least objection to potential Golden Medical through them. It also furnishes arguments -
In favor of the construction of Kind Yon Hare Always Bought has borne
Discovery the i
unfaltering ()'(8. She was mirli too.raUgr3. lovers. If they asked her leave to sfcna.
to be the least bit afraid. Deliberately court her niece, she said invariably cures diseasesof elcctri-: lines through the farming sections lure of Chas. II. "Fletcher, and has been made under his '

Fenella was free to choose for herself. the stomach wf the country not only for the personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no
la cold bl Thus a year passed. Feuella was ; passengers. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations
bad opened a letter addressed to Fe- of digestion of ami

nclla and stood reading;: It as though it finding out things-things bitter to be and nutrition freightThe report shows that the cost of "Just-as-good" are but Experiments, ami endanger tho

# were her owii The reading made ber borne. She had thrown away happiness and also hauling farm products over country health of Children-Experience against Experiment.
because, forsooth, she fancied It diseases of oth-
.eyea snap. \VLc she came t* the sl!:;. roads is $900,000,000 nl'ar, or more
was to be thrust upon her. Jermain er whichare The Kind
organs Have
,nature, tbe stamprd hard and made to was as kind as ever as chivalrously caused by than the entire cost of operating all the You Always Bought

fling the offending shift Into fte fire.Feiiella the diseased railways in the United States, says the
courteous, but nothing more. Of course i Bears the Signature of
was too quick for ter. She condition of the New York Commercial Advertiser. The
be no longer cared for her; of course,
4 aught the letter, crumpled it between I stomach. By total operating expenses of railroads i*
too. he would marry as soon as
locked hands lUtnconfronted Miss De enabling the estimated tt only $S18,000,000 anntuil-
to his
found a lucky woman exactly nutrition
Vanx with a face as set a* hft' own. perfect ly. The average haul to the nearest
mind. Until that happened
"I have wanted not to hate Aunt of the
station iu the
meant to stay. Afterward She body it increases the vital power and transimrtationof
Jam she eiUd. "There ore Just the
stopped there, blind and trembling. promotes a vigorous old age.iW55aSUffeTet farm products is txrelx-e miles, and
of left Bat but ,
two make
us me
Still it was like a knife thrust when from chronic diarrhea for fireyears. the average cost is 23 cents a ton a
,.do It. I did not think my father's sister Miss De Vaux said: "Fenella JohnIs .* writes Mrs, Mcry, A Aaron of Rolla, mile or $3 a ton for the twelve miles.By In Use For Over 30 Years.
could be so dishonorable. Phelps Co. :10I tr to marry shortly, so on many accounts whKh would give me relief for a short time comparing this ton uiiie cost with The co..",. Tr .u...."' "rfT, Nfw 1'0111 ClT't
Miss De Vims If of the
gasped. one II
I think it wise to get another nulyy trouble would return as bad a*ever.I the average ton mile revenue of the -----a
roses blooming! ou the tcraice outside consulted you la July. ir/n and by your advice
; companion. lIe has chosen well. As commenced usin l>r. Pierce's remedies I took railroads In the country which amounts -
the windows had spoken reproof of he is to live with me after he marrll' two bottles of the Golden Medical Discovery.' I j to 7 mills a mile, the Imrn use opportunity \ -
ber. she would have bwn orarceiy more three vials of the Pellets' and some of the I
is almost certain he would not like 1 Extract of Smart-Weed.' as you adnied. I for saving that x.xoud! be effected tf B. WRIGHT G01DPAHY.
amazed. Frtiflla in all the five
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years to have you keep the place." have not had Sony return of rnv trouble since through good roads may rvadlly be
since she came to Vauxlour: hud shown using your m didu ",. Am now seventyoneycars \ :', ,.
"I understand. I will go," Fenella old and I never had anything to relureme wen. If farm products could be hauledto \ \\V i}
herself a pattern of silent, shy obedience. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IS
so quick. I think Dr Pierces medicines the
said through stiff lips then waiting market at 7 mills a ton mile, as is
She uiubt be lustantly di ;ciplined. greatest on earth. Should I ever have any return -1__ g:;;
for no answer stumbled blindly away.In of my trouble shall use your me the briefest time she was walking My thanks to you for >ubr advice .nd thanksto charge for transportation would be T1TLUMBER LATHS
"Go to jour room at oncer she said ,, Almighty God for rcslurmg tut to health I ,
down the avenue looking neither to throjjh your bauds." j less than $ .U4NI.fJlN> ) as compared with

Icily. ."Stay I fchuil there tell him until the John whole JtTiimincomes. truth. right: nor left, her eyes still unseeing.;: I Accept no substitute for"Golden Medical the ?( ."),(""),("0 It casts the farmers to fM SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES--ll-ri i iEIii

Half way to the gate she ran plump Discovery." There is nothing "justas haul their products over ordinary roads. i
,After that, if he still wishes to .
marry into Jermaln's :trUJ They closed good for diseases: of the stomach, The building of good roads and the -=- PE EACOr.A. FLAOAAND ,
IOU you will It'a\'e my house as his blood and '
about her in most possessive fashionas construction of electric! lines will mean
wife or else as ptnnilets as you areungratefuL" Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the best -
her an enormous smmrirtg to tIe
he said with hid lips on haIr. f.iru.ngclasses.
: laxatixe for old people. They cure constipation .
Some of the advocates of
answering her incoherent murmurs: good
"1 shall pro now!" Fenella said turnIng and biliousness. WOOD.
"Of course Aunt 1'aui needs another roads believe that the two could be
toward the outer door. Miss De ,
companion. You are going to be my -------- constructed Jointly, as the cost would

Vaux barred"hor way saying with a precious wife." Childish FranVums."Uncle be proportionately less for the buildingof ; WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH LA HGER TRADE

bitter smile: VaIt. nt'udour letter. do you know the difference! good wagon roads, which could also
Between the lines will find out THIS WINTER THAN EVE
you between and FEFCRE
you a rooster? be used for electric railways. These
that true love Mr. Allen Lee does Origin of CnrrloKx.According .
jour "'Xo'bat Is It?" electric :
railways could be constructed
not want you unless you bring him the to the Moslem creed the SEND US YOUR ORDERS
"A rooster has a comb anJ 'Olldon't through those sections of the farming NOW
hop of my money." ronsr.n! why oveo' :Mohammedan lady
want one.Il'ggr1t1orfH Blat community which would offer the best
Fenella's luminous pallor turned suddenly considers It her duty to wear earrings:::: ter. Thompson Olsen & Co.
IKisMbilities In the of freight I and
1k ashen but her head was high as is attributed to the following curious way ,

ahe answered "You would hardly havetried legend: Sarah tradition tells us, was The Dnst Nuisance In EDl laad. passenger traffic returns and wagon
roads could lie built : Manresa Street TelephoneESTABZJSHKD J4
connecting these 7.
-) to burn a letter which said that. i so Jealous of the preference shown by Great hopes are being! raised says .
with --- -
nil sections of the -
tA But Instead of pressing to the hall Abraham for Ilagar that she took a the London World by some recent experiments couutf}. The

,t door she turned and went up the stair- sol'mn'ow that she would give herself concerning the cure of the farmer who did not live on the direct 1S6.McKENZIEOERTING.

way. no rest until she had mutilated the dust nuisance. Already In America line of an electric railway could haul

In an hour she came down, a slim, fair face of her hated rival and bond and in the neighborhood of Paris prolonged his freight: to the nearest point. whereIt & CO.
could be quickly transferred to an
black wraith. clothed in the faded maid. Abr. am. who had knowledgeof trials have been made of crude ,
electric train.
t:1 mourning she had worn when she came his wife's iiiteutloii. did his utmostto petroleum instead of water for sprinkling II -DKALBM IB- 0

itq \"l1u110ur.. A small bag, pitifully pacify his imbittereU spouse, but country roads the effect, after .,

fts rusty, more pitifully flabby, dangled Ions in vain. At length however she sufficient and careful application. being A &hoekpr Salt. Ship Chandlery and General (faftee

i4 from her hand. "I am taking away relented and decided to forego her planof to consolidate mid bind the surface. Sir Humphry Davy put a wire gauze ,

TJ1 nothing but what belongs to me. Bear revenge. Hut how was she to fulfill In this country some tests of a similar envelope around the miner's lamp and 80S AND COS 8. PALAFOX 8TRE 'T.

Witness to that. Aunt Tarn" she said the terms of the vow she had entered nature Ire alKiut to be undertaken, thus removed the greatest! danger of ,
-------.A.GENOy -
fin-damp explosions. Professor Ar-
dully, pausing a few steps in front of into? After mature reflection and nn even more promising: scheme REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN
temleff the Kiev Kussia A. ROEBLINO'S Ocot
Miss De Vaux. "You were right. I was she saw her way out of the difficulty. has been proposed by the surveyor of ( unlx'ersity GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A.
has devised RUBSEL HON'S PUMPr2im >,
suit of clothes likexvise.niadf
a ,
ungrateful. I understand now, you"onwlllt.,1 Instead of disfiguring! the lovely features the county of Nottingham. lie has

$4 ) to save nu the hurt the of her bondiuuM she contented found that by saturating furnace Via,; ,I of wire gau/e, which will protect Ccrdsji tiii! Ills, I !tleil! IsilriBiets, Citrtt, lrhri, Ihln

-V ehanie t>f it," she \u-nt on, "but I must herself with bonus a hole in each of with gas tar l before it Is roiled into the I the wearer from electric shocks ofevery OOMPASSKS. LOGs, KtU
I I kind. Wearing such a suit he
1t4i4 go away, just the same I cannot-can tin roy lobe of her ears. road the surface so formed It. waterppKif received shock from condenser I C. McKenzie Oertin Collecting A ent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent Asso
tI not nlarr '"- The legend does not inform us; wheth I and dustproof and ninrh more a a I elation.
('\\lar'I'llto! ],')(),( tVi I "Stop foolish child! There need be Abraham afterward felt it Incum-1 J durable. It therefore seems most likely .

$$ no talk of niarriaire-untiJ! you choose," bent upon him to mitijate the smart of I I that a cheaper\ as well as a bitter sparks more than a yard long with his I

ir Miss De Vatu said huskily. Under these little wounds liy the gift of a road will be matte from slag thus hands least. without burning himself In the I THE GARDEN SECTIONPensacolaFlorida.

her crust (ot imjx-rioua pride she loved costly pair of earrings or whether hagar treated than from the crude material I .

'M: Fenella! dearly. "Listen! lie wise and procured the trinkets for herself. Some cure must be found for the increasing OF-

a little pitiful. John Jermaiu oujht to The fact remains however that the ex II, as the cloud of dust CONSTIPATION.

- g be my t-on. I ne\er lined anybody but Turkish women all of whom wear xxhuh arises lx
: ; his fatkiT. My jirUIe and temper lllrt'l i earrings; from their seventh year, derive -' driven! motor ear: is ikfilin? to every and water to wuh ofl the accumulation _

h ed us. Now you know why I waut (lie u-e of these jewels from Hapar. user of the road and a menace to but how of dirt and( sulfertrsof filth from their body, I Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.

-i 4j him to have th"' money, yet not to leaH I who Is held veneration as the I health and safety.Hnrnl ti
Ji q It away from my own blood." mother of Ishmael the founder of their
of vfllth within their body which isa
1 j "Let him have it--unincumbered," race. I PeIlst-ry nml Good Itontls. Intiitred) times more detrimental Beautiful Lots for Sale.

Fenella said: proudly. In regard to the free rural delivery to sued health than the dirt on the I

.J'I Miss De Vaus: wrung h,>r bauds. Illond In JlI..tor,.. j I'ustmastir
, "Tou-jou miM not go away," she It is certain that blond. Ions headed i that the system "in years to i-oiue I, passes into the bowel, which are ing to location and surroundings.

I- eaid. I'enella !'milt il wanly but shook men once I'la3"l't1 a great role In history. | will be extended all ox'tr the entire the naturtlewer? of the human

her head, saying "1 must." I for it was they who colonized Calatia Ii j l'Cluntry.t |>re"ciit xxe are only installing system.lowel If here this wate i is al- Exceptionally Good Neighborhood Beautiful View
I to accumulate the warmth of ,
"You are mad- b the body foon sets fermentationand Fertile Lands.
.ftfl; Vans said, the distress in her voice /lp-I Greece and Italy to Toulouse who placis "h'n application Is made: decomposition, gasses up are formed Dry

'T1;' parent A tall, holesome: looking overthrew the Uoinuii empire in the for rural free delivery, we sond an Inspector which are earned into the blood'I

'e; low came gustily through the door. Two :I vest and won England from the liritous. : to look the territory oxer. Par- and circulated through the whole II The grandest opportunity for investment eve

;W strides took him up to 1'enella.Vbat It is equally certain that this physical t'cnl..r attention! is paid to the roads eystpm, and diseise is the inevitable I offered in Pensacola.

does It tut'an-thls masquerade he type was once much more dominant It they are good the chances are Just re nlt. i I

asked. Miss Di' Vaus began to speak i and widely distril.uted than it is so much in favor of the sjstem. but if 1 he beet remedy for con-tipation I Home Seekers Should See These Lots

4- but Fenella stopped her by an iuiperatUe I now and that it is tending to die nut the roads: ace of dny"1 t and muddy I U Hl'P; A l'ICUlt.\ -causp it moves

jrevtuie. I This is especially true of that pronounced most or the time, then that settles it the bowels easily and naturally
irritation griping or sick
"It means jou are to be rich and form of blonds which is distinguished richt HlI're."t' have got to have Olltll ening. It gives strength and tone A.s VaCIUbbSCorner

happy in jour own way" she said by red hair. Ked haired roi.3s for the system at the present I to the liver and eventually cures.

t t%: clearly. "I bare not been 1 so blind as J persons do not now constitute tlie majority time." _ _ I Sold by all druggists! Garden and Bra Streets.

4 you thought. Mr. Jermain does not in any kuoxvn tribe or nation _,._
I - -- --- -
it. really care for me. lie loves susan I but one authority sets forth grounds A Thousand Dollars Ttrcwn Away. -- -= -- :

1 : Weir though; be has never let himself for thinking that red hair was dicemudi Mr. W. W. Baker, of PJainvlew.I | =GOLA=Gf K.O. BREST, WM H KNOWLKH, W. K. HYER. JK.. J. H. KKLKK!
rrelldt'nt. .
I acknowledge it." more prexalent I Vloe-t'rMImdanl. C* blert: l'a.het
I' j Neb., writes: "My wife had lung
. Jermain laughed heartily. 'In that It mu t have occurred, for instance Grist and Corn Ideal Pills
: trouble for over fifteen We
: case you must need console! me," howild. among the Rruhiuans. since they were years.

. "H.m-n't you heard the news? ''I forbidden by the laws of Manu to tried a number of doctors and pnt |.. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, First National Banl
q Susan c-lojHMl last nigLt! with Allen marry red haired women. There is no | over a thousand dollars without any j j nnfaotcreri

Le:*. and I have been ready to murder doubt that blonds and red haired persons I relief. She was very low arid I lost

him this last six weeks. I was so sure are still encountered about the all hope. when a friend suggested lJUOICtaIEALA PUKEOKOrKI .
. p. trying( Foley's Honey and Tar STOCK "'E" D. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
; lie bad hl'wltl'hl',1 our fairy here. Hindoo l\u..lI. among; the tribes from ,
I' which I did ; and thanks to this Patronize Home Industry, for tbire II
;iI Ha touched IVnoIl.f arm reverently whom the I'rahmaus; are supposed to remedy, it saved her life. HheIs every reason you should bay your Meal Soc DX EJorrC>> l'Ia
-L 01 he spoke. She shrank from him have been immigrants. Rut oUtlience and Stock feed from tbe Home MannlmotDrer
r% and tu.ldo :14 if to poik. Miss DeVanx I to the law mentioned xxould. in the I tau stronger sh* has enjoys known better health for by 10 doing you encourage home InS a.- WM. H. KMOWLEB. W. A. BLOUNT F. C. BKENT-. K. HYKH
ever in ten try. Your money U left In tat commonltjad
j) put a hand over her I5ps p.iyiug: j| course of time! annihilate the tendency year We shall never be without yoa In turn are indirectly benefited D. G. BRENT,

"Let me tell hm.! IVnella. lie ought !I to their reproduction.licoil 'I Foley'a! Hon y and Tar and would In loitering the borne manufacturer yoceontrlbnte

to know the truth. Our girl was J> -I a-k those afllieted to try it." W. A. It to tbe 0"ue90t labor. You nwi
totbeoommnnlty In wblch you lire and
witched John. That i is the true word I j' ! I ItIt'nSt" Two
itt1 for it. Hut she had tie strength; tilt things are ('s-I'lItial to /rood

i; to I1I'r'I-woultl not heart :; roads in Oregon-first, the general I desire .

: of a pecrot m.-irriage. She had found I II I for them and, "s-oeomJ the Intell' CASTORIA ., 1We draw our own BiiU of Exchange: on Great Britain, Ire IK

ii him out. She is goln Il'l1u" I I ID gent determination: tlf the ls11e! to
wlY For Intaati and CluldrcaH)3 Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium Rutola
: have been cruel! Tell her she must have them, says the Portland I rego-

M stay," i I nll11."hat., indeed may not a \\ ulenxvake. --< ) ) Kind You Have Always Bought way, HTeien, Denmark and-other'Vessels .

. "1 luxe no right to tell htr naythlnsr. prowsne people. with the i .I Disbarsed upon 'he Moat Fatortble Term, ard tt- J

..., ." Jermain said. puling: through 'Il 1'1or "initiatixe and referendum" Bears tLaguaztreof rf J' | Obligations Taken Payable at Fort of sstiratlon Ten or Fifteen Da J

all his IH'lllIJtan.. Then to IVnella i| back of them accomplish in the matter after Vessel Arrives there.CCTSafety .
tlf publV! Irnl't evenments? Ail that WfflSKTIZ I
\ t\ lie t-.iid. Rut you mini not ;go d-'ar, (
er to-i-fcaio me. I ,,11:11111(" 'r for, e my. :Is needed Is :11'1,1.1: enercy in accordance Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connpctloz

'!ii elf <>n rOil 1 love you too well" with the Itelit that we h:1f.r NOTICE.I with which WA hva. Privn partment for the UII

can get, atvl< good roads will In due of RAntA
.w "It is not that. IVnella interrupted j have been authorized to tab v

"I will !stay and gladly, on one coiull-' time become an established fact In Or- subscriptions for Wm. Jeuningf ___
" lion." PCOU. Isolation that bane of country Bryan's "The Commoner. DR. KING'S
; "Name it." Jerma'n! said looking j life will: lie oxercome, and the spirit ofueighborliness I The price Is $1.00( per year in ad-

:t .,,"ar. Fenella drew back a step. will put discontent in- ; ranee. Those desiring: the paper TRY NEW DISCOVERYFOR I
:1 I I Ouced by t"-".'..,,,. to flight. can have it sent to them by gecdinj D.
:I "That I be aunt's ;_ .
may my (<)lUfIInI I,
fl.OOto the nndersiened.I, THAT COLD.
i Ion not her heiress." she said.If The Kasj Hill. I } RUTHE, I I Office: 17X 8. I' lfoi.
you will let her adopt you" DeWitt'a Little Early Riers do Cue New I : -= Hoan I 11t
I Daily from ) to ::1> m. and 1 w 55
She stopped faltering! the least Lit! not gripe nor weaken "the =y; tpm. : Cures Consumption.CougiiSf i

Jermain frowned>! but suddenly i They cur billoune a. j tllcdi'p, t -a- := t and after 7 o'clock
i ;-
Colds Bronchitis Asthma
Us face cleared as if by magic.; "I beJieve ponitipitien: and inactive livers by STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ, ,, I I I PhoD.o ODe

that is the best way out." he sa'd.: arouinz thA secretion*, moving tiebvr.'i PneumomaHayFeverPJeu-

with a slight; significant gesture to Miss ', N gently yet FiT-ctuallr.' and. J. Jf. Roc.tRS, Manager.will Physicians prescribe it I risy LaGrippe Hoarseness I
I .rivinir such ,
tone and
st'ensth to the
Pe Vans.The : nake regular for their most delicate JOHN S. BEARD,
2hnd of the stomach.! liver Anti trip between Throat Croup and
new order of thins made little; h 'I'"ph thi the enue of the trouble! Pfrneacola, Point! Washington! and i I A TTORNEY-A T-LA W.
patients.OLD Whoopirtj Cou h.
*>!!twnrd difference. Inwardly IVnella i* removed ftnJrf-lv T"pa .moiuli i Kreeport. Leave Htvtt-n "treet .

I chafed over slight! and subtle change M.. pills! exprt a dcrl led tonic t-f-I I wharf Thorsdav at 6 a. 11'. and arrive and PURE. NO CURE. IIOPAY. :|I Office*-yu Thiesen Build ,

!:th'rllb":!. hail l..rt unun th.. "rg'tn involved at Freeport fit 6 p. m. sariday Price '
no cause for corarHiut and I' .. : SOc. aid S 1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE Office Hours-8:30 a. m. toj
H-r M-lnry was a Lt"e: in T? i -f thi-jr ima fa PO'ilHl for a f..T L than her ii"ir'-,pra wilt b" no r tnrn nf th. I arrive at Pen :arpla 6 p. m. =:in. I will i 2;30 p. m. to 6::*) p. m
quarterly allowance had ;
l.ten. watches '
year ai'
: r..nla It'Jria: i Ph'HIII'.rl", J> hn day. Fare, round trip |5; one way Bros < Practice in all state and f. l"rsii
Her dutlisnre less than '' 'walry in fl'st-clns atvlA J 1
slip had TO! 'h' "t iim'e Kahn' n 12nlm'f' I j i AIIboiof.g entruitrd to me wl.I' )
I tbph ns. I i prompt and diligent attention




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Ur-i l 0 nO'- Tried on Extensive Ln Vnprrtratloai Woman Who f*
M-dlr. Coaitantly Doing Good Deedu.One _
L' :; tbe J'--t with oil tor 6eveE' of the most unpretentious women SORE LUNGS ';

r u./a i Ill.- Us project that lies In this country. considering ber ,

,: ., ,,',.:.Ttakcn by the YoseiniteXV great wealth and social position IaMiss r

-, ,. :, ;,.-iy!I on the ruai'4 that leads I helen 3[. Gould who has made When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing, j I
:"r : t.tiiroau's end at Kayiuond toc herself beloved of all classes by her :
'' u ; and is the time when the germs of PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY ,

; ,: v ......ILI had, iu the Yobemlte val- generous charity philanthropy For It Is a'ry unostentatious small and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply. '

i" ,',' .iua.'r. _
i -
: : iem liulee-l of what Miss Gould gives
of oil; Is the uit/ht extensive !V
,. ,;- In that _
away iloiug good comes to the '
,ll' it has been mrrde oil notice of the public. Wrltins of Miss

.r'. i ul.t'iruU or elsewhere, says Gould in Everybody' Magaziiio Juliet FOLEY'SHONEY "t
Chronicle. The
LY l'iuiiCco Wilbur Tcmpkins says:

: ':..n of these miles of dust 'To know her one must see 5IlssOould
.:.t; accouipiishiuont of u project in her country place. .

L.. o\v in the history of roud- Irvinfrtononthlluilsou, where she I

I'll LuS: beeu used ou short I Fpt'nl\i half the year. TluA she is seldom AND TABY
without \"itors-r.ot! formal house :
'. : r..:id in this state and there y
u lias been no attempt to parties, formally entprtniuod. but ,'< f ,

0 us.. lili1.So friends, often self supporting girls, who I. stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. It con iiI
4 .a Kayiuoud. the oil road II. ., tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the )

'tiuuig the hills and valleys {, ', f I ._'. lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that
t I I/-
'/f thirty usiL-a-a black "f/ : i
; 1 retards from a cold. FOLEY'S HONEY AND s"e'
____ recovery
.it points tho way of travel : .# w :
.''...t. Thirty miles are all .,. .. 'i'110' a TAR is a safe and never failing remedy for all throat and it
: ( e I
,- treated with oil tills year, -,; "j :/ Ij, lung troubles. ,
t aiitract c-alls for Unit num- ,"" I'rlii1.//.l S I
-- ... j The Doctors Said Ke Had Consumption-A Marvelous Cure.
de- b: .pIpj
I'th\ ttage company 1
!, .&a-:<'f!' L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had con
thffict of the dements
t r4'tmJlXft sumption and 1 got no bettor until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. ,
,; during the coming wia- /: ('' It helped me right from the start and stopped tre spitting of blood and the k

.' ; 1 W/Jf:1, _ pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well. I I
ut as it Ftands now is

.- ,'';;. The dust Las! beenK'unl I I W -,, ., t _ THREE SIZES 25c, 5Gc, and 51.CO
II': I s Iii ,_
,' !' and tit traveler ,/ Yi1' REFUSE SUBSUITUTES

,ij Ahwahnee! escajifs! ; I .
; /' I-
that staging suN'it t : I.4f.FJ. I/II ,
t : 'I1Jv .
:. t'M'ii the horse ,!I Iii .,. jJ J I ,11 ,1 SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY _ I

.!1' di.tVh -n the oil has I "I'ilI.. ;i11 ;,,1 W. A. D'ALEMElERTEi2iS. Palafox St. -:

tt hi, the uhtH'ld throwi I ''il'.1'I'' '! ',I II'' I i'
;1. ,I I.
occasion -- -- ------- -
) the air and --- -- - -- -' ----- ------- -- '- --
i "
I wvi4 'II .lI k
;."'ssin tT but In all\ ether (I I I{ J'JF ; J i the nvchnnxtf l'it-c Oiillili.. N>b.. I E. W. PEAKE, I u want a good rlano tuner to 1 ,

I ...mi; is us I'lviisnnt as on r' Irq ar. : \ ::rJ. //at111 ,: ::! Electrical contractor: and you
I 'J.'I'. bUlldPr'1
? will do electrical work your order. r enditin. I have
!tLo' > great advantages about IH tillMISS ;,;t. LonH huts: two great banking:; and your
ti niaki n !smooth road out 1J "u investment: companies! : which employ class style and at rf'l\ : 20 year experience and have
tIe can be found at 30 South in several factories.
,f ?!Ia oiu-. Thevagou whetlaf wonie'i ol3cils! to deal with women In- Phone 203. piano NICK'ST&RAN7
i.ll and lust into a sort of HELEX M. GOrLD. vestors. The women's department of ;street. left at Johnson's book store

-. 'k-h is forced into the ruts, I come for a week or six weeks to vlsll one is in charge of Mrs.I Florence M. O. ..S T .:J.A... be attended to.CHAS..
f a perfectly even surface. The on the simple basis of companionship.1'or I.if.n: ; that of the other is conducted Haw Mays) Etopfe W. Pit ESSLEY.
a j n tlr-t: heated to ulmo the boiling! ; I these there nre half a dozen horsesIn l>y Mrs. Frost of whose work one of SIrs the -- -- -
't ni'd! then dMritmted uiwn then the stable, and a riding mastercomes the bank ofliciaU says: "Not one of us Ifntue, AND

lies it with the soil! Three coats are and teach the less proficient On fears: to undertake financial ELECTRICAL WORK
If yon want a nice present to
.',.ary to pet the required firmness, summer mornings Miss Gould and her transactions. which appear less formidable io a friend, go and look through!
'It: In the future one coat In two years guests will be up at C:30. fortified with when carried on with one of her ;legant line of suitable articles

TV '! le sufficient to keep the road corn- coffee, and oEt Into the country lanes, own sex." 1. 1. Htephens, you surely can np Pearl & Dolive, phone 6GO( ,

it t. riding hatless and shirt waisted In the wmething to please you. If I have any carpenter or electri
freedom of that early hour. It is not TaMe LInen<< want anything in the Diamond work you want well done. DAILY MENUS

Cent of Construction.Do 1 park riding-that; Is, for her winter In buying: table linen the Irish damask "je sure to see him before you buy. '

you know what this street rail- mouths In New York-but good, happy which l is grass bleached Is usually Comprise all the Up-to- <,

re id cost IKT ml1,- I I0. country galloping, with sometimes a considered the best. The French SEND YOUR ORDERSto J. B. t IO NG & Date Dishes the Markets -

-:\ But I know, what It cost per brisk race against a shower by way of I In"t'3 its ploss: and the Scotch is partially Pearl & Dolive for carpenter of the World

,,1l'rmnu-I'IWk C.A.STOn.XA.! i excitement.\ For Miss Gould fears thunder bleached with chlorine which electrical work. Repair work Afford.

as some women do mice, and there weakens tho fiber. A rood plan into specialty.
The Kind
You Have :
,"UI Altars Botijilt
is uo tranquil waiting under a tree for set; the half bleached which soon 1actos and Builders
$. thetZ // Candies
nzzt her when the cannonade begins."Most ;: pets white. \ i>oor, sleazy I linen is Try Gunther's

u ___ of us can he reached by a dramatic never economical. .\ pood: quality looks SalomI'n's. PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND Ladies' Private

PEARL & DOLIVE. cry for help a pitiful obvious well to the last, even dams being con- I

I tragedy; flung In front of our windows. Ridenxl a patent of nobility.' An allover JFudgin's, file Best jtr $c. ESTIMATES' FURNISHED AT Dining Parlor.

Hut Miss Gould's true claims to the design or a running pattern is to SHORT NOTICE. v< ?* .<
r on them at the corner of Oar. hearts of her countrymen lie in faithful be preferred in the medium quality of and I
Work Guaranteed
\ Alcaniz streets for carpen-! undramatic day by day service :limask to a cloth that has much plain -.. PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM "
1 electrical work. 660. I I'a References Furnished.
or phone
the ready help, here for n struggling surface, while the snowdrop and other CI_. and bciutifirt the Regular Dinner Daily.

student, there for a crippled child; the scattered designs may be selected in ----= Never Promote Full a Iniumnt to Restore growth. EAST 1XTKXDKXCIA.

long; hours of work on committees by the more expensive cloths. The term Cum Hair nip to iu d'...Youthful...Jt liairt"c..iidtl Color.l& -- -- --- -- .

LOD1iiECTORY n { wlik-h.soiue public end is achieved; the "double" damask means a heavy linen.It --b-- "" t 11n' g CHOICEST Short Orders Promptly j;

thousand good deeds of which even hoer is not how ever, necessarily more csprnsive Filled. Night or Day.It : '
-oFf -
own right band docs not know, so mod nor yet better wearing than SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER _.::D.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. est is the left" -.....
the damask. ;

tVn.iiNili Lodge. No.3. K. of P., RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS f n AND CONFECTIONE ij [ 1 it'. Homethlne Good to Eat
The Sunday Night Supp<
mtieti BtJ ever;$: )?u Monday Caatle evening rail, The Sunday night supper that Is Informal I This Is the age of the plate.: The old LINE. -AT-

I la the Klonnt Watson and Impromptu to a degree Is 1 time dinner set for the people who Nick Apostle'sPopular
,'.' ,\ Knh'llng.thlrd floor. gaining favor and it Is not to be wondered --
', '" VlBiiiDg brethren cordially make the slightest pretense of living APOSTLE'S
b 1. at for these little have Restaurant.
','; eloamed suppers fashionably or serving course dinners The Pensacola, St. Andrews
',,::4: li.HOR8I.CB J. A. LYLE 0.0. much to commend them. For one thing, has passed into innocuous desuetude. Gulf Steamship! Compiny bas U 1( Bait t Goranral si.

K. K. & H. they save trouble. If servants nrei.'pt Very little If anything is served at the the following schedule and rates ,

Sunday is usually the day out. table. Sly lady must have different apply between Pensacola and Cordova KetjtanrantStanf MMMMA t'

If the mother prepares the meals she style plates for every course, and these, points named: One car-load of Pineapples at $1.71! .:
H.tmun Ijoclgft No. 13 is reluctant to go into the kitchen in $2.00 dozen. "
if they nre In Cue china will cost hernll'whl're SCIIKDULK. per
'!Tuf iliy evening At 7:20: at | her "Sunday best" and get a hot inca!. J i
from 12 $400 J. N.
'ni r .'"Iao'( an So the in and Steamer Tarpon will leave Per. t
., i c Knthtscordi&sIIylnvItee. suppers come handy, The higher prices prevail if she ,
I' J. ALBERT JollSSOV, cola every Tuesday night at :
they arc delightfully jolly as veil forevery
v. C. ". is a woman given to the dinner party o'clock, after the arrival of the M ..>* Headquarters for ,:,J
'HAS.lUtlilmiP one helps to get supper and set habit and she must change her plates bile train and the P. & A. 1 "

the table. fiS she changes her gowns, something dillon train. This will enable TLcse tiny Capsules ireaupenonI SEWING MACHINES.
For one thing. there is usually some for occasion. This means to leave Mobile at 5 I to Halsam of : '
Innl-re, No. 3(). 1nf P new every person p. Copaiba.CM '."
1)| < tiilt'JK Xi. Si, Knights of deviled ham or Holland herring. This, that at least once a year she hies herself make close connection at ] t ind 1njl.(,", oI5. ""'''DY I
IV ... m i-is every Thur.dav even- I of course, has been bought In a can to the man of plates and spends and reach Ht. Andrews the I 1 They cure 11143 hours thtIar. > REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT ::
< 11,1'1 their ( ntle hall. on at 7 o'clock.1MSSKXGKK. hiM
the day before and neeOs to betaken
only from ?30U\ to 52OuO.-Xe\v hs'ass .
anywhere 13
t-\\ antoli huildtn ,south- : lbl..J 'Uytn11 Smith 1'alafor f-irrre.
'I'I tl I ito( and Garden treeti from the refrigerator. Then thereis York Times. It.\.Tt.o:; ;. l'l, ,to'li\ : sa" n qp "I fNIr.rI'T1! "
k .i-are cor' Klly welcomed.U. the coffee to be oct over a gas jet, -
ALLMOS: The passenger rate from .0'y -1
C. C. I the rye bread to cut. olives to set out Starching. will be as follows: T:1 W'atii & ' S. pickles of course and to finish up some One of the secrets of perfectly laundered To St. Andrews and St. Escambla County Circuit Court, State : .

cake made the day before.A garments is in the starching. Always point;-$600; round trip $10. 'Iorllla-ln Chancery.ZenU .

1.0. O. F. chafing dish, be it ever so cheap turn garments wrong tide out before To Apalachicola and CarrabelleSW vs.P. Ryan >V .

contributes more to the Sunday night putting them in the starch, rub $ ; round trip $15. H. Hjan.) INSURANCE i J

1'.n'.a"lIla I"M1p; No. 4 supper than anything: else, for by Its and clap the starch well through, but These fares include first- Monday the 4th dll0: M,,,,, A. 1) :;/
cabin and meals. ; ,the defendant William
Ryan U required AND
I. 'v lhur<<1av evening at 1M: at aid some appetizing made dish can be do not let a bit of it run upon the right Further information can be appear to the bill tiled against him i '
.1 "I'i \Ve'.L Intendencia street prepared right at the table. The formal side. Thin materials should not be .
"iren Invltad.f. at the ESTATE
cordially by applying company's
crier Is to he
JOHASSOS, S. (I. Sunday night supper Is a thing of starched at all, but should be dipped in the Thiesen building. eight consecutive published"p"ks in once THE a DAILY week ;
.il.- ';, Secretary.AMERICAN the past. for which the busy housekeeper .. into gum water made of white gum !!, a newspaper published In said 10..- No. South Pilafox Street. ,

who has her one breathing spell arable. Kspccial: care should be takenIn county. A..M. MrMILus. ---- \\1

GUILD. on Sunday, gives humble thanks.Stlrrlnff sprinkling such garments as they Clerk Circuit Court. "
cannot stand the drenching which IsiAL) htyk.H. HUBTON. l'. C. Partial List of eslrable Dwellings \ .
I'ensucola. Fla., 1-Vb. IS, IWst. ll100awMw '
P.' and U< Chapter No. OO7 !: thicker materials are often treated to. : ParU : ,*

.IF A' FoR. 1'. LINDENsTRUTJI. One of the most successful cooking Fort Barrancas. Fla., Feb. 21, of the City: j! .j I" J|jl33.002itory
"ry, Governor teachers Insists upon the difference between 1903.\\ ,
Substitute For a Lantern. proposals in
triplicate, bouse containing 12 rooms, I' '
:1 1
"stirring In" and "beating .in" It you find yourself caught by the received until 11 a. m. ail modern conveniences bath on .

K. OF L. the ingredients of a dish. She says that dark in a situation where a lantern for constructing plumbing,heat- upper nice yard and and lower rubbery noon corner table oat.lot, f': ., .;

the two methods should never be con- would he "grateful and comforting," and electric wiring one Lavatory, houses etc., -:<10. lit Last LaKua ,
fused. To "stir In" is to mix the materials plumbing one set officers quart street. 1'
a) A-'mbI1 No. 156.M. : you can easily make a substitute you JS5.CO-S-8lory boarding home, '" r.Ii
". each month.W. thoroughly, and this is the object !. have a candle. Light the candle and and one barrack building Fort \6! roomi, known ai tie containing I'once da I a. 'Hi:
Monday Fla. U. S. reserves the right Leon house, .No. llu East Jntenden- I -V.
1'.11.TUARP.t of the directions. The spoon should beheld draw over it a paper bag that you have da street. ,}

.l__t_ M. 'ONXII.L Secretary.The M. W. to the bottom of the dish, and all blown up, just as you did years ago reject any or part accept thereof any or all Information proposals $'J>.OO-A 7roomsmoIidesirablestlonogthe desirable: Z-ilory modern dwelling ,1. ,t1.i"
the materials should be rubbed and make
it to
when you "popped" your on application. Envelopes city on a corner on tbe street car '
pressed together as much as possible, Gather the bag's iineNo.C53orth: Barcelona r
mother Jump. opening lira' ON HAND proposals should be mark- street ( \
Beer and It is not essential that they shouldbe around the lower end of the candle, I, "Proposals for Lavatory and P0.00-Large fronting 2 story'nllleli dwelling.
stirred only one way. and you will find that you can carry ." addressed. E. COLE, Government Street: I 1'ri" '

That Made In "beating in" the object Is to get all this simply constructed torch with safe- 1-I AJ4F. M. 'pJ. -ewelImoa.ilroom.veryde.Irablebec.'omrort8bltl new -itory modern ''i' .''

= G' ,I air possible into the ingredients so as to ty and luminous results. ... : Keb21-2-2l-25Meb: I9&aOI' I Hon oflhe city, situated on North 1 'Jt
naylen between I'
Htrong and LitHoto .
make tho mixture lighter. This is best streets. :
done by continuously\ lifting It up in the I -TO- 5.00Story dwelling In !good order with' ,, 1. .:ts I

m mmR F1M U same way. Therefore a beaten mixture: To make strong buttonholes for chil II line rooms,bat gag three and doors water from throughout the belt, _i '.I

must not be stirred round and round, dren's clothes lay cord round the cut No. 2lUNortb! Barcelona itrm; 1
but lifted up from bottom to top so nod work tho buttonhole over that s!O.OO-l-storydweillngTroomj,, city water, I 4',
-is- I bath gaa, with large corner lot,>o' <, 0
that air is imprisoned in it as the materials 4"2 West Wright street. I
are added."Folding Few tJln.nro! more soothing than: 1lij: -I.Uory dwelling.rooms, newly pa !, .
VICTORIA pered and painted throughout '
I In" Is even a lighter sort ofrnliinir. mnsgnpo of the feet belt line. No.a.", Jan!: Gregory street on i_ *

!AD E : The eras or what not are beat Get Our Prices $15.00-I-8lorydwelllng.cltywatrandb: tb ''i j -*
15Y ACME BREWING co.In..r j room", hair lock of ground with! ,
en in with long single strokes of the beautiful shade trees, :'o. 7W LasS "
10-CKXT: nOTILE BEER spoon or beater. and the whole mass Is One Minute Cough Cure gives a V'V Cervantes itreet.trt. ,:
:}-l-story dwelling 4Ji: East i;:
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. not touched after the last addition la relief in one minute, because it kills Purchasing. 'v Stated!, rooms, newly papered Grego-and "; .
mixed the microbe which tickles the mucous ah1.tM.o.eh4
BROS lightly. _ '" membrane, causing the cough, ---S,_ _. $ Collage East. city Belmont water, Street -room ,
newly palnletJ .
the time clears the ,
A.E\Ts Women la Bank. and at same tn perft'ct order. .
FOB THE CELEBRATED draws out the inflammation 1lO.O-.o. 1014 North Aleanlx
phlegm, strbet.
Mrs. Evelyn S. Tome of Port Deposit, and heals and soothes the affected 50,000 house In good order with 5 rooms.a new ,
I I. Capacity
v Harper Mm-! national bank IKMW-Mo. eot East Belmont
Md.. Is president of two parts. One Minute Cough Cure water a neat 6 room cottage street, city *,- -
Her husband:who left her n fortune of strengthens the lungs, wards off painted knot! reno-ateG thrDngbout.newly ii
3,000,000, held these offices, and when I pneumonia and is a harmless and C. R. TAYLOR I e.OOo. "10 East LaUna street, a neatly ,
IaIn House-401. Palafox street. be died she was elected his successor, never failing. cure in all curable ditlon, large-room lot.cottage city water.In good con- b I t V

R.R- having since discharged her duties cases of Coughs, Colds and Croup. ftiefdllian Brick Co. Artistic Shoemaker AlargellKpfimallerdwaliingi, M well| -, < I'
Exchange Union Depot.p at namberol itorciacd offlcet f
with distinguished ability.! One of the One Minute Cough Cure Is pleasantto Ott UE.NT. .,

0. Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. banks is in Port Deposit and one iu take, harmless and good alike for FIXE WORK A SPECIALTY. THOS. C. WATSON & CO., '
young and Old. Hargis Pharmacy, Pine Barren Fla. Leadlcz: Real Estate Rental and '
Akron Ga ininranc
Phones 116-268. John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. No.23. 9 South Palafor St. Agents falatox IreeI, If
of t
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t By this it can be seen how President I Oldest and Largest
Agency ;ill
-p Roosevelt has offended the whites of

the South. No doubt he can stand it West Florida.EST.lllLISIIIn .
and so can they; but would it not PILLS/
have been better in every way if he 1.
catered at the Post Office at PenikooU
n.leoond-elan matter.OF had retained the-high esteem in

which the southern people held him --
r ICE :-PlU'i Building 2X14 Booth I .19 } nowles Bros.INSURANCE
r itatoi street, up-iuiri. at the beginning of his administration ORDERED BY RAILROAD COMMISSION -

? We certainly think it would. .

An editorial in the Times-Union under LIKE A COMPROMISE.The ww ? w.f

Tams Invariably in Advance8M the caption "The Maine Plan" affords -.f. -'

Tee 67 Mail._____*5 00 an instance of how easy it is
III Ko'otbi ___ :* to '
for thinkers to sometimes :
vigorus Railroad Commission yester AND
OM Week,by Carrier Parable Monday 10 L.-- __
confuse cause and effect. In the article day took up the matter of three cent r

littrtiting Rates Furnished on Application referred to the T.-U. takes the passenger rates over the Atlantic Keep a good supply ofAyer's
position.that the state of Maine came Coast Line and the Louisville and Family Medicines on ,

p TELEPHONE NO. 118. by her able statesmen, such as Frye, Nashville railroads. t hand. It's so easy then to take

Hale Boutellle Reed, Dingley and After hearing the arguments pro 309 South Palalox St ret't,
of Pills
3 one the at bedtime if you
Blaine, by sending them to Washington and con. a sort of compromise was

UNlorl t BtF as students of state craft and effected in regard to the Atlantic feel a little bilious, or if your Phone 22. PEXSACOI.A.CKXCUAL Fl.\,

kept them there in that great train Coast line and the Louisville and stomach is a trifle out of order.

ing school until they learned by experience Nashville.By v ) Just so with the Sarsaparilla.A -

[P2S8AOOLA, FEB 26, 1903 how to serve their state this compromise, a rate of three
few doses will bring back AGHXlx:
.. with ability and distinction. It may and one-half cents a mile effective your j
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Who would have thought there be true that these men from Maine May 1, was ordered on a part of that lost appetite, give strength to your 'The i

were so many people in Pensacola? did gain strength from experience; road and a three cent rate on the weakened nerves, and relieve Equitable

but are we to believe their great abilities remainder.The .
e I of that terrible feeling of |
The Times-l'nion promises that were due to their experience? Is lines on which the three anJ
Life Assurance Society
its illustrations will grow better day it not much more certain that it was one-half cent rate will be put in op- 'S exhaustion.And .

by day. Well, there is some chance because they possessed great abilities eration are: The Sanford and St. Petersburg 4 besides there are the Of the United States

i for Improvement that they were kept there in St. Johns and Lake Eustis,
1 children
to think of. A dose 11ENHY B. HVDH Poundrr
Washington? The fact is some men St. Cloud Sugar Belt Florida Midland,

An advertisement in an exchange" learn from'experience and some don't. II Homosassa Branch, and the other divisions r J or two at the right time often 'Strongest in the World.:
e reads "Remember our sheet music. ,
The Times-Union's plea that whena of the Atantic Coast Line will means so much. 'LotveUtatass. .
'.*a It is presumed the advice is intended I -
man is in office to keep him thereis be compelled to adopt a three cent
)for those who play by air. I WHY NOT THE BEST ?
not wise, is not democratic. :\0. II rate. -- -- -- -
I ,
elect only capable men to office and CREW OF MANGROVEGET -
It is but natural that the European
keep hem thVe till you can find better I FOOD PROTECTION.The PRIZE: MONEYIn i:2 BATTLESHIPS

the nations United should States.have They a fondness Know the for I ones but no longer. Maine and Circuit Court of the United T MERCJlfifiTS>> l lE.

the I'nited States
other sates have been supreme court
band that feeds them. represented I .
in congress by some exceptionally States Decides in Favor of the Monday Justice Holmes decided that ARE IN SIGHTALABAMA !E. TRANSFER GO.

the creof the lighthouse tender
\\VJ- Bryan's "call to arms" shows able men. Such men have been In-er-seal Package.A

kept there so long as they would con Mangrove, now In this harbor, is en- I
what little children he takes the dem- Having: been awarded the
sent to serve. They were not chosen decision far reaching in its effect titled to all the prize money from the for cuntr-i-t
ocrats to be. It would be more appropriate AND TEXAS ARE REPORTED carrying the U. 8. Mail b -tw. u
to address such a call to because they were professional poll- and of interest to all lovers of pure sale of the Spanish steamer Panama, the L. & N. Depot and Post Off s.

the woman suffrage party. ticians, but because they were successful food, has just been handed down by which was captured by the Mangrove : OFF PENNSACOLABAR. and also the exclusive baggage|P' Irge all trains
on entering the ,
men of affairs. Here in the Judge Adams in the Circuit Court of during the Spanish-American war. i-ity
we are prepared to tran-ft-r b Iek.t'
p The good roads movemnt is taking South we always select our candidates the United States.. Claims for a portion( of the prize I and passengers to anti from all .....

it a firm root all over the state.- for political preferment from The suit in question was brought money were set up by the battleship --- I Leis residences and trains diY >If

Volusia County Record. Indiana also here and the cruisers At 2 o'clock this I night.
among the professional politicians against The Union Biscut Companyfor afternoon the bat :I

' Yes just so; but all the firm roots .! and office-seekers. There are a few infringement on the In-er-seal New York and Washington but the tleships Alabama and Texas were reported I Prompt & Reliable Service GnarHteet
be taken out before
must we can
c exceptions but only enough to prove i ii package controlled exclusively by court decided that since neither of off Ponsacola bar. A telephonemessaee
We also
have good roads. i I conduct a :Freight Delivery
the rule. We have allowed to grow I The National Biscuit Company the them were in signalling distance, i from the navy yard stated Business-haul pianos caff,

JS up amongst us a sort of office-holding protection of biscuit and crackers none were entitled to a cent.A that the ship with the Alabama was machinery and furniture at Reasonable -
The cost of education through!
aristocracy-men who never do anything against dust, moisture odor and the Iowa, but that vessel was at Gal- Prices.
experience, is enormous. It is neces- Telephone orders F.
to R.
but run for office. Instead of germs.In Severe Cold for Three Months. veston yesterday and was to have Pou's your
gary because society has not learned I Livery stables Phone 31, or
.1 that it is as vitally important to disseminate the office seeking the man, the man deciding against The Union Biscuit The following letter from A. J. left with the other vessels. The Texas -,I Mrs. H. H. Hallmark's, R
, corect economic educationfor seeks the office and gets it. Company, Judge Adams says: Nusb'ium: of Batesville Ind., tell- however was at New Orleans Phone 304.MERCHANTS; .
} "The proof abundantly shows that its own story : "I suffered for three and left that port this morning at !
the protection of prosperity as ,
k Who Wins the Wager? prior to the invention of the patent months with a severe cold. A drug daylight. Her speed record is 18 knots TRANSFER CO,.
;i it is to enforce well-devised sanitary
The sporting editor of The Daily the old paper cartons or boxes were get prepared me tome medicine an hour and shipping men say that I MRS. H. H. HALL IAHl\. J'rcp.
1'4 regulations for the protection of
i health. When the disseminator of News has been called upon to decide inadequate to the demands of the ser- and a physician t>re 'cribtd for nie. she could have made the distance in HARRY HALLMARK, Tran f.T A;.:t ,

unsound economic teachings is recognized I a wager involving a question of law. vice required of them; that their con- yet I did not improve. I then tried the time mentioned. ,| L.A X, R. R. Co.,I'.anil I'.A A It.

'' tents deteriorated rapidly in substance r'oley's Honey and Tar, and eightJ'es'nred It is not thought that either of the
and isolated as is the distributor The matter in dispute is set forth in "
| ( me. }tefuesubtitetet.1v. vessels will
and flavor; that they were attempt to enter the har- j
of the seeds of contagious > .
t A. D'Aleruberte.
the following: subjected to the baneful effects of the bor while the storm rages this after TIII
1% disease honest labor will prosper beyond ,
"Editor Daily News."Will air moisture; and dust. Since the introduction noon. 'l ne mean draught of the Ala

h { most the devoted present advocates.conception of its you kindly decide who winson of the box of the patent a TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. bama is 23 feet and that of the Texas I J JA ijj'l) GR ijE Y G6.1Vhole'aie

22 feet, 0; inches. A great is
the following proposition: I) bets radical change has taken {!lace. This i :rh05. Wentworth has taken sea reported I ,

The new White Star liner Cedric. box has been found equal to the climatic on the bar and the I'ensacula I
t W that the last legislature of Florida charp; of the city circulation ofENKWS
a which has arrived in New York on made Mardi Cras a holiday. and other local conditions in allparts pilots are too cautious to take any I and
He will
i her maiden trip, is the largest ship "Kindly oblige, of the country from New Or- takesub'crip-; chances with the vessels of the Retail li r tions and collect all accounts. na.'I'I
t in the world. She is 700 feet long and "STAKEHOLDER. leans to New York, from Florida to vy. HK.\I%>UAUTiUS 10K

Ir has accommodations for more than By consulting the Acts of 1001! Minnesota, and from California to Wentworth has had large experience Should: the storm moderate during i t,

can be housed in Waldorf-Astoria Massachusetts.; The uniform testimony a> circulating manager of the night which is highly probable. !; Family, Fancy and Staple
chapter 4092: : it is found that Thanksgiving -
hotel. The Cedric has ten separate I from all these regions is to the and will make the two vessels will likely: cross the
: large daily papers, .". Groceries '*
i decks, and her funnels are large and Independence days are effect that the contents of the box bar and drop anchor early tomorrow. ?
I THE NEWS service of the sat-
t t enough to be used as sections of the I made holidays, but not a word about I are preserved in their 'original freshness paper The news that the Alabama had and All Kind of Up-to-date Fancy

i rapid transit tunnel in New York > Mardi Gras. It would seem that and flavor. sf.ietorv to all been sighted!: created some surpriSed Gods.

City with room for two trains to pass !! WillS. \\1 "The whole testimony in my opinion glee in the city. There is said to be I I We arp Distributors for W.
each oih*>r. The fond supply clearly shows that the box of the Fur Over !Sixty 1'pars.MKf. many bluejackets and petty officers |:I Florid & for the Celebrated! Cafe di;

t. sary for each trip of the ship nt''es-I :\t3.I'l'i..u. Cia(:11""" ant".. patent materially facilitates the distribution *\ IMtLOW'S HOOTHINH SYRVP t>a. on that beautiful vessel whose charmers '!:I I s Monde. Illini Coffee aud Climax Sweet Flour Home, II Molaes iy|"--'-.

: to hundrends of tons, and the water I One was pale and sallow and the of inexpensive, food products been used tor over sixty years by mllllocao are fair residents of Pensacola ,. Delicatessen, German Am; t1 r i cat-

in her tanks would float a I'ea'soing other fresh and n wall perfect It scoihra the child
': steamer-Savannah News. I diirerenct? She who j is btu! *ping! lessens the cost and enhances the intrinsic oftens the gumsaay success.!! all pam.curns etnc have been making inquiries if the''' Retail which Grocers are sold in the by all ilm-da"

with health u-es Dp. Kind's: New value of such products" coke, end Is the hfbt remedy for Diarrhoea- ship had been seen and when she was !' city.
'i The South's real objection to Mr.Roosevelt's It wilt relieve the poor little sufferer 1m coming up to the city I IJO'J-tiOl SOrill I'.il.\fO\,
; I Life Pills to maintain it. Icy gentlyarousieg Judge; Adams' fuil decision againstthe Ii -
negro policy is not that I mediately. Hold by [Drnggifcla every pan II i ---
he has appointed a few negroes to | the laze organs they com intringniont not only shows the uf the world. Twenty-nve cents bottle I -

uffice, but that he has had a negro toi I pel good dige-ti; and head nil con- great importance of the In-er-seal Be sure you a"S tor"M rs. Winalow's Booth- I PENSACOLAPressing

dp; Bit with him awl iris family at the +'ipliti
dinner table. This is an example of j i I W. A. D'AlembfitP, lit :;. 1'alafox as to prevent any further infringement ---- .
negro equality in high places that TOR LUMBER Club
Dru violation of the I ;
outrages the southern sense of self- str.'er. tkt. or use in rights Arrived. ,
respect.-Kansas City Journal. j I i MATERIAL BEING ----- of the National Biscuit Company.TO Call on UKEKMAX LUMBERCO. Ger ss Mars, 1251; Focken, Port '

The South may well pray to be delivered I I for estimate before placing! I Morant to W S. Keyser & Co. FOR GENTLEMEN.
Antarcs, :;:18
from s-tch apologists as the I CURE A (01,1) IS 01U.: : .\Y your orders for lumber dlfi-lm Leemesch.
I IJon Guadaloupe to Iaars
Missouri editor. There is some !i & Co.
reasonable ground for objection to : refund the money II it fall ti house
hall for the Oil.l Fellows ., your Rio de Janeiro to Pensacola Lumber One Dollar
the placing of colored men in positions i story on cure. K. W. Grove's signatures on i cb Per Month

of authority over white communities !,i West Janlen street is. lieins placed hox. 2ic. furnished complete with CoAm E
-- - ---- barge Ajax C II))7, Moore Galveston In Advance
ajJpr'iuedl I to
r which can be on the ground and work on the i We will launder your =pn nets fuj I elegan, furniture at Mar- to master. 'I Membership
a'S- by people who are not entirely blind Clothes; Cleaned
!\IJ: to human prejudices, but there is structure is now being gotten well l6 cents each and make them! l tent fit on $ Quina's on easy JflY- Am. barge: Trojan, !lGl, Adam, Gave !- often a* d .;!ired.and Your Pressed Cloth. .-
H. reasonable ground for under way. The spot upon which the like uw Ktar Laundrr. I merits >ton to master I I -
absolutely no (1 weekly or monthly.IBILL sPlit for and delivered, Call ,.
l't complaint because the presidentchoses :i[ hall will he erected is just behind the I 1 UJ* South 1'dbfox and Join th

: J to entertain at his table a manlike ::! Palafov Street Methodist church, anti Am. Cleared. I i ,Club
II steamer Ccho. 209 Fernand'-z
Booker l1'ashington.-llaverhill
' I
.. Gazette. I| upon its completion, will add great for Galveston in ballast. 1 r '
, (Mass.) 01001010/OIOIOIIi/@Oa1a0e laties' Plain Mi a
I' Specialty
improvement to that much-travelled i!I & -- -- - ,
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Here are two intelligent, and evidently ;''
'thoroughfare.; It is understood that ,I i : Yours for Sfatne'lQ.
jtl1 fair-minded newspaper II l
in widely separated parts of the a great deal of the renting space has I NICI'S I I I .e o.e..G.Ot..o.r.c.a$5
d; : G.V.
1 country who think they understand been sold or is now under negotiations .

rtc3a t: .1 southern sentiment on the negro I i, 0 0
=.. ; ; ...A SPECIAL.. : STOLECOLLAeS.
II ----
;a both willing to ,
and seem
question .oe1c1o1aoreeal $ _
conceed nlore or less to the naturalness I!Hood's! Hot Chocolate xrith

if not the justice, of that sentiment Sarsaparilla i : OF I Whipped Cream at Solo-
i has won Micce far Lryund the iffcct j FARE men's.
Ivit neither \>f them see or realize -I I
I 1
the true situation. They do not of advertising only. d .

4_ for instance, understand that the f| The secret ( f wonderful popu larI .. ?...c.c. HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR THE ..c..c .* STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

f people of the southern states have no i I j ity is explained by its unapproachable ,......, HF.-;K will he popular in

prejudice against: the negro in the 1 I Writ.Ba I Mardi Gras Season I o1rirJ; ,'. Caps Wiii't and Shirred FancySleeve. -

tk sense they suppose: that is to say. i'I
F ill-will or hatred. There is certJ.inly': : cured people conMilcred incurable.Hood's : 0o .+'?'" AND DURING THE VISIT OF THEBATTLESHIPS. .'.(.* o ""prin All these in Runs Daily F.swpt funday.

little if of that. Race fact the Utest of all practical
very any : Sarsaparilla t ,.- found ID ourStock "CITY OF TAMPA."
y prejudice of that kind may be foundin : -,- .*-- "tyl ate of j

California as against the China- 'I Unites the best-known vegetable remedies ,, .T Milton .._ tIJ: ) am LaYeoescolatAlprrtr1ensecolayram :
( man but it is not here between the by such combination, proportion Fish Fare,We Koaol Ar ililton fcpm
Game Fruits ;
t and irlp.lliuu.
f Vegetables in Season
whites and blacks. The population i I : and process as to have curative J I The :March Patterns diving

this is about evenly divided :I peculiar to itself. ta some indicitioii of prevailing I
of city power i Served in All Styles i Spring Styles are now ID.Wtien .

between the two races, yet they dwell I i Its cures of scrofula, eczema, psoriasis next you come t<, oar j : JEWELER IN HIS
together: peaceably work in the same ., and every Kind of humor as wells .0 "tore, vi-it ou'r Paper Pattern j I

calling and on the same jobs. But catarrli and rheuiiiati.-m proveHood's I df-pirtuieLt, indeed, it WI ulJ !
I I I !Dining Room forLadies g g : ply yoOf you havedre m.ik-1 NEW STANDI
they don't live together in the same
!! Sarsaparillathe I : iu,: int ntion< to nuke a t-po-
houses, nor cat at the same table. eialtrip to cnr store for that '

The negro! must go North to enjoy be-t blood purifier ever produccd.1 *. purr-ox. .
Its cures of dy-pcp-5a l loss A Ci I have moved '
:; Exclusively. my jewelry iri-
this privilege. We draw the line at -
tite and that tired fcelir.jr make! it the !: 0 120 South 1'alafox. formerly .

political social recognition and w* greatest ftoinaoh tunic ant streugtlirestorer - 5 COE'S BOnK STORE pied by Bass & Co., and -in .
associate these two very closely. Notely the world has known.Hood's .
ever ,
that but the white man or wo BUFFET CHOICEST 5 better prepared than ever t''. if.',

who does not and associates SarsaparillaIs I -ti South IVtlafoi lrt'f't. great birsaina ia dlaaion, war:. .
with negroes forfeits all claim to social a thoroughly! ?fod Credit in '. Begin CIGARS. fKNSACOLA: FLORIDA i I jewelry, etc. Call and see me ..

recognition by the white people. to take it TOD.Get HOOD'S. II NNNHO/ON.ONIO.14/0/ONNNN.NNI01q I I let me convince aTEPIIEXri.



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THINK IT OVER.Eiomethlng No. OOO8. .f'' '
W. C. NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier;
SEVEDATTLESHIPS I S. J. fOSHEE,Vlce-Prelident; JOHN PfEiffER, Mat Cishl. *
yon can !lee In any 11(11-


A physichn puts the query: Have ;

AND THREE ORUISERS you never noticed any large res- OF PENS AGO LA, FLA. !: 'r
taurant lunch or dinner time the

large number of hearty, vigorous old Designated Depository of the United States.

men at the tables; men whose age Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb. 9,11!>J3. I"*
run from 6) to 80 years; many of

A FLEET EXPECTED TO BE AT ANCHOR IN them bald and all perhaps gray, but RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. i
SUCH f feeble senile? Loaasand Discounts.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. S33( .O" .95 Capital Stock .. .... .... ... .... .. .. .... .... $2 O.0tXJ.OO .
none < them or Demand Loan... ... .. .... ...... ...... .... 1:2: 806 54 Surplus ...... .... ...... .... .... ...... .. .... 2O.lj p.00 !
PENSACOLA HARBOR WITHIN 48 HOURS. Perhaps the spectacle is so com- Overdrafts.... .. .... ..... ...... ........ .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits.-690.76 "

mon as to have escaped your obser- U. S. Bonds and Premiums... ...... ..... 213,806.87! Circulation..... ........ ...... .... .... .... 125ono.oo 'I
vation or comment bqt nevertheless Stocks, securities, etc... ...... ...... .... .. 2,62510 Dividends Unpaid...... ...... ..... .... .. 1tk/.(\) .t
Furniture and Fixtures.... ...... .... ...... fi.71848 Deposits. ..... .......... ...... .... .. ...... : &% -l9.31 '1;r V.j,
it is an object! lesson! that means Cash and xcbange: ...... .. .. .. ... .. ...... 228,17024 .

Alab.m May Reach Here Before Night, As something.If 1 t ,J. .
you will notice what these hear- II '

She Sailed From Mobile This Morning ; ty old fellows are eating you will observe Total...... .... .... ...... .... ...... ....... $911,423.10() Total.... .... .... .... .. ... .... ...... .... $911,420.10This

that they are not mincing b' nk opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give +1}
business prompt, courteous and careful attention.
From New Orleans. your
Texas Coming bran crackers nor gingerly picking

their way through a menu card of 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.B. .

new fangled health foods ; on the

ntloships and three cruisibably hurt by the visit of the ships. It was contrary they seem to prefer a juicy
S, ', roast of beef, a properly turned loin H. FAIRCHILD, I XX"'G. w. & CO,"m G. w. & co EA
., ride at anchor in not the fault of the people of the cityor Vt -
\ of mutton, and even the deadly

:" I 'ay within the next forty of Admiral higginson. It just happened broiled lobster is not altogether i LTnorsd. C"PDOx..STERER I

,! ". ,iand Pecsacolians may so. But the town will receive 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. GREEN WATSON & co.

.Marrow: morning and learn the full benefit of the adverse criticism The poiat here is that a vigorousold 'arcet Work and Refinishing Furniture aSpecief I f l'
II age depends upon good digestionand .
V-.JO I fleet is off the bar. that it will get from the several r
plenty of wholesome food and hip Alabama one of I hundred people who came to see the not upon dieting and an endeavor to Phone I s New Goods Received. Q

the United States navy, vessels and were not given a chance. i live upon bran cracker R. K. WHITE, o
There is certain cljss of food I BLACK SILK! AND. JET IREORNAMENTS,
1 "r off i"ortIorgan this Cut nothing else was provided for the I a
cranks who seem to b-lieve that I AVitchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler STREET AND: OPERA SHADES IN LADIES'GLOVES. .
1: may reach tHe and great unwashed multitude and they I ELEGANT :\ .,
and Graduate Optician, RIRBOXH
I meat, coffee, and many other good: ,
before night. She is in were making remarks about it whenLey i things are rank poisonbut. thesej I Koatk PiUfox St., PemifoU, Fitjtudng's CARNIVAL RIBBONS. KHIR1' WAIST BUTTONS, i

rapt. Frank Dunn as started out, and, as far as can j cadaverous, sickly looking individuals II'-- ----------- ----- LADIES' AND :\IIS ES' LACE HOSIERY a

-IPT ay sent word to his ba( learned, they Kept-on making remarks are a walking condemnation: of 6 0 i
I I {fie Best for or.communication. TUB IU.UAIM\J: STOCK Ol- Ol'K
!ro' that the vessel would after they reached home and their own theories. jLadies' J
\ The matter in a nutshell is that if .. :
';'111' bad weather which fireside." Jackets and Tailored Suits
the stomach secretes the natural di Special t I
i this morning may serve Capt. Swinburne of the Texas, yesterday insufficient of Escambia Lodire No. 15, (; 1
festive juices quantity
F. and A. M., 7:30 p. in., To Be Closed Oat BfpiTileH If Cost ar Fo'iner Price.Q .
ieasel's} arrival. received orders to sail from any wholesome food will be properly A J.t'ri1av. Feb. 27.

::.aining six battleships were New Orleans for Pensacola this digested ; if the stomach does not do Work in :E. A. degree. OUR GENTS' FURNISHING Pct
so, and certain foods cause distress Veiling brethren are cordially DEPARTMENT
to leave Galveston today morning. Coal was taken on rapidly invited.

the Texas which went to and the ship is now on her way toVnsacola. one or two of Stuart's Dyspepsia \V. D'C. KESSLER, I* becoming; more complete ejth day. .
Tablets after each meal will remove HARRY W. Gllm+, W. M.
at., ans for the carnival. The [ She is thought to be I all difficulty because they supply Secretary. Full Dress Shirts and Neckwear for Carnival Festivities

Galveston were the Iowa, I near the bar at this hour. just what every weak stomach lack, -- --- -

Kearsarge, Massachusetts I The cruiser Atlanta was at Natchez pepsin and nux, hydro-chloric acid, diastase Whipped Hot Chocolate Cream at Jbolomen's. with- d Remember, Our Shoe Stock Is Complete g

,- ur Scorpion. With the lonen and was ordered to join the fleet at ,'
Stuart's dyspepsia: Tablets do not I And Embraces Lines for Men, Ladies and Children. ,
> of the latter, which is a I'ensacola. She is under command of
act the bowels and in are
CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S i5il l
of less than !KOO tons burden, Capt.V.. II. Turner and with the bat not strictly a medicine, as they acJ: ,

.f the fleet could go JIll to the tleship Iowa, under command of Capt.T. almost entirely upon the food eaten, No.:30 South Palafox street, for your GREEN WATSON & CO. e '
digesting it thoroughly and thus electrical work. He is prepared to e
if Galveston but remained out. Perry, forms the South Atlantic r
gives a much needed rest and givingan do you a first-class job at moderate t3
ight; miles in the gulf. Tempes- Squadron.The G. W. & COIOXSG. W. & co ,
appetite for the next meal. prices. Phone :})3. -- -- -- -

weather has been experienced vessels to be here in additionto Of people who travel nine out of .. "

ice the vessels have been the Indiana and their commanders ten use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, MILITARY LAND WARRANTS. \ "
thousands of visitors who are: knowing them to be perfectly safe to t

">w the monster fighters at J\earsarge-Cal't. J. X. Hempbill. ue at any time and also having f'" PAID persons telling who a CAN GET .:1. .4 ,4
found out by experience tlut they '1 ijO has one wiiPthf-r I buy or you I

city, left disappointed. Alabama-Capt. C. II. Davis are a safeguard against! : indigestion.,, U. not. K. K. KFLLEY

\ ,';s\'ls could be boarded Massachusetts-Capt. II. X.lan.- in any form, and eating as they 102w! Kansas City, Mo. ICE. CREAM SODA,

a boats; and after the have to, at all hours and all kinds lof'', aHUYLER'S ,
Iney. ; Hot French W ames with ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES
somewhat the food, the traveling public for years l-
I A. Converse.
Illinois-Capt. G. j Florida Cane Syrup at
have pinned their faith to Etuart'sTablets. -ATTrainer's -
'issured Admiral liig- Iowa-Capt. Chas T. Terry. :, Solomon's,
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'e was plenty of water Texas-Capt.. T. Swinburne.Isle i All drag;its soil them at 50 cents I We have just received our

carry over the battle- de Luzon-Lieut-Commander i for full .tz"d packages :and any druggist \: 1903 line of Ilcywood Go- ; Confectionery

,:itl experienced naval Col well. fr m :.!..illl) to California, if his I Carts with all the latest im .-i.+j FIRST DCOR NORTH OF TrUESEN BUILDING. **>* i iYtl
n-ked will thatStuart's
opinion was ,
-ted that at least two Atlanta-Commander: II. Turner. say provements. Call and see
jpp"p-:1! Tablets is the $S .
between his largest mo;t popular successful remedyfor thin; they are beauties-

.'i and the bottom. The Kearsarge is the flagship and suuiich trouble. Marston 4' Oidna.JNO1IUKH.,. I

,:i.lable;! and the ships the nag of Hear Admiral 1-'. J. Higgin I i D. HALE WILSON, I
; official
her masthead.
son flies at

i irrespontlent of The has as second in comand of the HAS-A CLOSE CALL. :I ..- N EITH KK tha captain.owners I Real Estate and Rental "
\ .. nor cotit-igiK-es! of the llntiiU I Agent
.1 -.infill to his paper squadron Rear-Admiral J. B. Coglan. The battleship: Oregon, the most famous BS In-Jan will t> to responsible .
for debts contracted "
i 1.roII'S; VISit that "the vessel in the navy, had a narrow by the crew of "Bid v%.s.-l. l.'J'a South I'alafox" Street, :
Plenty of Water Here. T. J. THWIKILIKAX.V. " making prepar.u escape from wreck off the Japanese 8. Key '"r A. t'0. Captain.Si'ltSRITHKll TEUPKON: 0.243.. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA .;'
None of the ahonaml vessels coast a few days ago. She was Con IKn"1'8 :
,v. Most of the vis --- --- -- --- -- w ,1
have a mean draught of more than caught in a typhoon during which 1M captain own-

\ who came to seei 23; feet which will mean that at least she careened and rolled as much as Hi nor AIplB\ ronmgnw will he r...ponhl-I

'" succeeded in mak thirty-rite degrees. Several hugh J t.1. for drbiB coutrnrtd I.v till II G. DeSihi I Co
six feet of water will be between the crew ot eat.) \pu..l.| IIKIN'K, : \
The big naval bal waves swept over her and flooded the W. L. Will Kit, Captain.C7nalgnee 1,
: bottom of the dl'l'lll'st'ssd and the ammunition hoists, putting the auxil- tll-U ,
> wound up the \is I Manufacturers and IicHlprs In t. V
sandy bar. The channel is amply sufficiont iary machinery out of order. For a NHTHKKtbecapta'n. 1 .
"Itlu,h they will not mot ut tut* I'-ritiso I j'
to safely bring the vessels in, time it was feared she would .1]: 'nor 8 tiliverdale: cimiiKnces, will bl rfpoiiMbl Sash Doors Blinds "
:;!y. It has been at.alreston fierce was the wind and so high fur debts contracted by J
which means that I'ensacola harboris thecrt'w of Saul vesfccl. I I
has btenACiTY the seas. Fortunately she manaed! WM iMi .. I II I Shingles '
the only one capable of the ships to live out the storm and reach I i WM.HREVSEIt&Ctt.. l:11""n.l.on.ijtn..K. 2ifthitNKlTlIKKtbecaptain.owneri. :

entering south of NewportN'ews.EXCELLENT Yokohama safely. The loss of the :
I i I II Builders' Materials :
wool have been sincerely :
Oregon "I 1It. nor ."imi| CONDUCTOF I regretted! by the country at large. I ..;t. 89 \ivina will be rtBponsiblebib : ,
Brick t.Tolophouo
:: far d..bth contracted by the and Lime. t
INDIANA'S CREW I crew or sftidiulf vessel.
I tt:
J. RC1l
\.Apell: an Awful fate I No. 11. :
Ii i ( Transit ('0., l'1I111"IU. "
EDHTORI The remarkably Rood bHmior of Mr. Haggina of Mtlbourn, Fla., ; Conelanera __ :!:,fU I Il" US

the baiteship Indian: '; crew has I writes: "My doctor told me I had I EITIHR: ID* aJl'>\IIo, "......n
< < :
I Ku ,
ciinsUneH of the S
been a came of general remark in Consumption and nothing could be "" !i'r noli nor Antares 'AlII tic recp'"i' tbtei I & CO. ds
:!T the A.GREENHUT j'1*
for d"bt. by
'I" : t', he city, whl'Tit has been usual that I' done for me. I was given up to die. I :
',, I crew ot Mild Vhlel. '
rut r find Di..bwtCiAr serious trouble with bluejacketsand The tiler of a free trial bottle of Dr.I K LEEL t ES II, I \
I .
I' MUcly Curable I the police has occurred. Barring the : Kind's; New Discovery for Consumption HlI.\\I''lI.Con.ignt. Lap.lH.a tiflt :, .WHOLESALE GROCERS \ 'y
Ilesults. ---- -- ... { :,
arrest of two on Tuesday night, for ; induced me to try it. NtlTHPlKthBCBptaln. owners j i \ : )
trivial offenses the officers have had 1 wpre startling. I am now on the i : IOremslg""Q..r the Nor bkAvleinorp 1,1-I i

Bs -n., 'n "ho IniorporiKU, the no trouble at all with them. This isconsidered I road: to recovery and owo all to Dr. I debts will contracted l>" rt.poi by> ibltMr they! \ Nos. 102, 104, 108 East Government St., PENSACOLA, FLA. [.
-tril tliry put till 01 toy I : ;
It or said veasrl.
11 fact Kin s8 New Discovery. purely crew !
... I I remarkable from
irv 1I aripi; that n I HANKX.explain. f
a .ilpit.pri tur of The Wine that: over 200 of thorn were on shoreat I !saved my life." This great cure is I ToOnt.r ?)1U I. AN ART STUDIO. : OYSTERS AT NIC APOSTLE'S IJ''?'t
all and lug
for throat
: guaranteed
eu ltlollOm1Jr.r sL hail ;
time and all had a month's piy i I
'.,', one cnol.1
li' ;
lie ;
y near wa( ufofHi" disea-es by W. A. D'AUmberte, 121 S EI'fll Eft tbl'ellDtlln.0\\tiers or I have o{.ue1 a FtuJio in room Fin oysters today. Try them.
folu uliii It-ilcr saidyesterday 9'1 I
: > ? '" 11 in their pockets. One officer : of th".Kus cb ADtnres will be r..hl'u.I"! I II j' r!4
". the from theIndiana : South Palafox street. Price 50c and I ford.-btacoatractvdt. 'he cri-w of said I I Sari'bury bl ln k, where I will give SIC APOSTLE. ',.a.In.
'id Spirit R"t1.-, that men ,
\ "'t.,f,o Pranri wo, I II : l.tX. Trial bottle free. \.1. K.: LEEI.MKM.H: : les on; in my on system of drawing .
"S'pt, :::1.1.101"r were allery orderly, even II ItA.\UtJ.t ( 0.. CaiJltiin.'JUitN called "B I Hot French Waffles with I '
-- I'onslgnues. : .tck andI'hite"- rt:1:
r -1 t; Uuiy m wit I
mj their assistance
i I" -im O dU I going so far as to offer KNOW" - ----- Florida Cano f
t mpouDds in II DO YOU also in Fr -rich Pa-tel painting and Syrup at '
r, I.a3. utser a long ill- I I when an arrest was accompanied i KITH: Kit the cuDtain, OK uers I 'jl
ini' to tli" verge of the BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea nor coDsiKiicea of the tier ss Xewfpuper and Magazine Illu=trat- Solomon' ,
.th-.K by the nit not!a by the least trouble. flans ulll bo re.pun'lblfor << ,',
h. .oc.l that 1 "all a "Il'.- I' large stock of dre"*ed studding I debts contracted by the crew ing' :, t
> My physician r tit min .' ,
of said vcsitl. I have tlllirbt tare; cla95p3 in every
a and Get their prices before t
strouecojisututum"n THE CITY IS joists. FACKKEv.S.KEISERAO. .
4 clime. He ktttipviit d buying. dl6"mJ'udgia's W captain town in leort'ia and in many of the .
1 Wfnt thin. haring radon NOW WELL LIGHTED. _
:than (Jain short tree tonslgnt frmalti college; IIf the S',uth. so can
I. c,' in the south Krun- Has returned and resumed practice. t!
a san --- .'
He best f pc. offer an !! 1 I.ce of ,
'r you np' twentyfive
t ul'4! improved ,
.pon WT 11 if.',and The substitution of the latest i iHalfabury
I. .c: ('omPr.:: d; Uit it was years. In the studio will be Office 2"4i Wm Government Bt., ,
1"i'it's! liiM'iSh. and urged \Velsbach street lamps for A. C. BINKLEY desires his friends. '
can under prut"S.t. I so'n The finest line of sterling silver found the choicest collection of Building
I. il slerp ; the antiquated gas jets has been go- and the public to know that te has
tPtumed and In
aa I foods and silver novelties ia to be crayon work ever shown! by a singleartist
:: m brultb. I now "elBU hitherto build- Telephone 14G.
ins on rapidly lately, and many Moved to Room 608, Thiesen
: better tralth than I bate j found at J. I, tt pheni'. Prices to and an inviritifiu is i extendedto
I' Xalurully I told M-viral impassable streets at night are inir, where he will continue as here
", isMaure the ee-,ults were lease all. everyone to coin and see it. My
r I h' teen had been Miffering as brilliantly illuminated after tofore, a general law practice. }
1 r J ought to know thai term for !Jnstruc'i are moderate. :
at" iai; torah*. add app..- nightfall as in the daytime. The improved We are the only furniture --- ---------- --- OfI A. MILLER.
kl: ., toftntere-.t-h: \ tit jrlad to service is commendable of
:.11 p.irtirv j dealers in the city who carry
"R. M. \\ OOD i administration of Mayor Jones NOW OPEN MEAT & MALT has a marvelous
a compltte line of china ,
*. I land is noticed by visitors. dietetic value. W refreshing and
r.e that BHcht's Dh'oa.vp !
and sideboards. Tf"eIsell
'raM.hut $7N'r nut are The electric light;; company have cases f plea 'lnt to take, it helps a* imilatiincf ppt ;:,tie photo9
un!..r the Fulton Com- aph9'
a '-ais of ku'.ney! complaint gauss of workmen as busy as they ( them fur cash or on fr-d. !sold byDANNHE16.5ER i ,

''I' ", ''r,t"h'1"bnrl- l>,s.-use ant resl-tacc tl tai for.) can be stringing wire and putting up : easy payments. Marston (S f : BOWLING MUl RRO:;. 30i3 2 S. I'alafuStrcf't.. a1 .

1 ,'. il John J, Fulton CoM fixtures in order that the recently I 1 .
-'r,' 't, San rrncKoo. so'eXN'AII : Quina._

L ,'. \: ,:. :1",1 maul matt frd..fur_paLOat_ __!. ,'signed A number contract of the arc may lights he have observed.beenerected Hot French Waffles with Noll West !Inter ercia StreOpp ? tIdJ I L TRY TBt )N iVi' ''fl fli mml! $i

'. BROS.. and are now in nightly ser Florida Cane Syrup atSolomon's.
I ,l: s. Mcllugh'g.
t,, :5 for Pt'usacol vice. .

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Better than Gold. -- ----- -


s with chronic indigestion and nervous : :Moat De Admired by Those of and Switzerland r.lnr Tar

debility," writes F. J. Green of Her Own Srx. HOUSEHOLD GOODS THAT on Their Roads Your money backIf

Lancaster N.H. "No remedy helpedme A woman cannot be said to be truly ARE DANGEROUS.. Our consul at Lucerne Switzerland

attractive or popular, unless! she Is has recently made a report on a method -
until I began tiling Electric Bitters
loved and admired by the members cfI'er which has been adopted southern you are not satisfied
which did me more good than Sugar and Clilorate of Potash Is a I
I own sos as well as the opposite.! France of oiling or tarring the roads
I all the medicine I ever used. They Wicked Combination and Flour DO YOU SUPPOSE that a comp&ny with a capital of f5OO.00J 00. !
She leu-it be welcomed by all-old and i iI I for the purpose of laying dust, says the proud reputation$36 years ot continuous would make such &II oteiM d..te
have also kept my wife in excellent youig. maleand female, or she cannot Dust and Dry Air U I'raDbt1lb | Boston Herald. The process adoptedIs out to the ..y
Denser-OJditle* of Gnurottuu.At I j DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our standing with the public
health for She Electric and
years. says I be filled an attractive woman without to take a well innded macadanij Of still greater success by failing to fulfil any promise we make? our ciaa
Hitters are jolt splendid for reservation. the premises of an English company j ized road and to wash! and brush it on DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such an offer 11 we did not have the utmost .
female trouble! ; that they are a I deuce in the satisfying quality of our goods cot;
grand tonic and invigorator weak, She must be herself, her best self there occurred some time ago: a the day before the tarring operation to WE KNOW we can please you and save you money for HAYNER WHISKEY

rundown women. No other medicine at all times and with all pe.plr. She:: disastrous fire which completely gutted 'i ian the extent of laying bare the macadam. direct STATES from REGISTERED our distillery to DISTILLER'S:you. with ail original GUARANTEE richness Of and flavor.carrruwVr vi ?"'"?

cn taka its plice in our fami mint think and act for herself and ex-'' enormous building and caused losses After all trace of humidity has disappeared you the big profits of the dealers. That's why its best for medicinal PURITY purposes and AGE Thatit's an_ ''?- :"*

ly" Try them. Only 5Oc. Sitisfaction press her own opinion.ratbor than try aggregating; $;jUIJOOJ. The fire was at- the tar heated by a traveling! million preferred satisfied for customers other uses. Than That's why why YOU we are should regularly try Jt supplying over a caarWV1> c: a

guaranteed: by W. A. D'Alem- to copy some person she may admire tnbuted to an explosion of malt. furnace, is sprinkled over the road bya

btrte 1.1 South Palafox street or who is admiral the lords of inflammable dust when
by creation. Any fine fan shaped nozzle from a tank containing -
-- --- -- -- Individuality when combined mixed with a certain proportion of dry about fifty gallons. When the Direct from our distillery to YOU

E. W. PEAKE with polite; manner and tact is always air will explode. There was a previous tar has begun to cool, tine sand Is scattered """"

attractive. A woman's happy, infectious siui'lar accident in a New York candy over the part of the road thus Saves Dealer Profits I Prevents Adulteration I
No. 30 South Palafox street keeps
lau;b is bettor than ii.edicir.e or manufactory. A terrific explosion treated and the street is closed to traffic
call bells wires and all kinds of
advice, and her theory preseucu is as which wrecked the entire Lu"lingIS! for n few days.Experiments .

electrical supplies. Have him do welcome as the sunshine.A discovered to be due to the fact that : made in southern France

your work. Call phone,')a. girl to be truly popular never says particles of fine icing sugar bad been and Switzerland of thus treating a HAYNER WHISKEYPURE

TESTS FOR CLOTH. mean things about other girls, thinking i allowed to Invade the room where the macadamized! roadway are said to have

that the men will like her better and ; furnaces wore. proved wonderfully satisfactory. The B

UOf'v to Detect Fraudhen Iio>lug she doe>n't try to monopolize! the attentions : Au eminent authority on explosives tarred surface is not slippery, and yetit SEVEN-YEAR-OLD RYE

l-'aiLrlrll. of all the men at once, but is will- I declares that many of those accidentsin is so hard that the horses hoofs

"l)f the goods fold as 'all wool' there I IL:: to let other girls hate their share" coal mines usually attributed to fire j leave ro trace in it, while! the tar has FULL $4.20

fs, not one-tenth that is genuine.: said a of admiration and attention along with lamp have been caused by dry coal not beifi dl'servul, to soften in the hot- 4 EXPRESS

writer in the Chicago Ti ibtine. "In the LeI'l1c it" II't mope and retreat dust suspended in the galleries having I tost weathi-r. Rainstorms cause no

greater part the main component is ': within hers; if tlil'l'1are no men been accidentally flrod. Even so dimni The water washes off till QUARTS %P PREPAIDWe

cotton. The lest is simple. All thatis I'I pbout to iHmire: LIT, but she cheerfully ently as innocent a substance nrpu'j surface without; making it sl'pjvry and

necessary! is to pull out a few threads st'i- abunt nmking! the best of ninltor.swill.out becomes fearfully explosive runs away rapidly: without soaking into send you FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAYNTER'S SEVEN-YEAR-

I nil apply! a lighted match.! Cotton will ; th"''a :t IT.(] making: such companions mixed in suitable proportions with dry the roa.L OLD RYE for w.2u. and we will ray the express charges When you receive

50 off iu a blaze, and wool will l .shrivd as site has happier; and bright- air. The cost ii Frnnc.1 for the materials drank the whiskey or can,buy try from it and any If: you body don't else at find any ic price all right, then and send as food it back as you at ever our

'r for bet I'r's'1JI"I' Another substance that Las proved to in this! form of road tre.-itme'it, with expense and your tISO: will be returned to you by next mail How could

IV"To dtIfl! ( ::lish true, pure linen from If she has a grierutce.lie: < krcI'] it tolorf. Le extremely dangerous when stored in the price of tir reckoned at J.U':. per an the offer goods be do fairer not please? We you.take Won't all the you let risk us and send stand you a all trial the order expense We it s

,'on! tor.:rit artide is even easier. for a \H.IKIIIllL i a ;'rn"'troe: large: quantities is chlorate of potash.A t.m. i is not much OUT 1 cent per sijraivjinL ship in a plain sealed case; no marks to scow what's inside.

Tie: :.uiewlliig: baler need but wet her I Is \cr.v .-. ">:i v".tnl a !torI'. Tie \utpIn disaster some years ago in a Li;; London find it is evident that :1 road protected Orders for Ariz., Cal.. Col,Idaho Mont. N 'v, N. Max Ore.,UMh.Wa b.

Jingir and apply It to the goods. If !I :, fl lltiu,. -aJ eyed YOUIIII.n; U factory proved the destructive by an itni-eiutraMe surface from or Prepaid Wo.: must or ::O be quart on the basis for 16.UO of 4 Quart's by Freight for ...1'repald.Ot) by ,ExprtM

they ice pure linen the uioNtwe will \--ry UHK-ii out of sje! nowmLiiN 1t powers: of this simple remedy for colds. humidity and the grinding action of wamu,
Write our nearest office and do it NOW.
Lass straight;; through.; The spot only In imvi-ls( l.ut in real life. anti the Sugar and chlorate of potash mixed horse hoofs is likely) to last much

touched will: be roaked at once, and almost bar: it iiy. lnplj; lu:1 pt-isdont. il.ivrfulc form explosive which has been tried !linger th.xi: where these two destructive THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

immediately! one side! will be as :: l sunny girl Ins totally: eclipsed LIT fur blasting purposes, but so dangerousa forces are given full play: ATLANTA. GA. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, Mtt ST. PAUL. MINN,

wet as the other. !uJulltlarltr.-\ ': Quwii. compound is it that any explosive i lad DISTILLIBY, TROT, 0. ESTABLISHED 1868.
__ "Frauds these ingredients is not likely -
are more numerous in silk containing Rode For 'LuckyBaldwin.

than in any other (fabric but here also .\ IlourataIe scales. to (pass the government tests In this Eiuanuel Morris, who is now riding

I the material of adulteration is cotton. A good enough; balance for ordinary i-ountry. junipers, was a good boy on the flatten '

Its presence can readily be discovered. purposes ,is made by suspending i twc A good many years ago it was discovered years ago. He rode for 11 J. BaUwiu. -

Draw a few threads out. The piecesof equal! IIIGOOS: of thin board tin or cardboard : tbat cellulose soaked strong I

cotton will snap off short when from points sis inches to fight;: nitric acid chanced from a substanceno -- -- WICKS&CO.Plumber .

pulled, while the silk will stretch and nail left of a knot III the middle of a more harmful than paper to a fierce

IM-rmit a considerable pull before I yard lone cord the ends of which areA explosive. The number of materials on

breaking."Silk which nitric acid will work a similar The Doctors Gas and Steam Fitter

cotton and wool are the three transformation la almost eudless. I ,

materials of cloth and by the methods Wood, paper, straw, coal, pent pitch, ,

ft given the purchaser can at least maker starch sugar, tea tan, phosphorus, iron, I No. 6 South Palafox Street.

certain that she is obtaining what she zinc copper and magnesium are only a
All Rinds n. Plumbing and G&> Fittings Materials Kept on Haara''t
;* pair for."Concerning. few that could be named. Are ( ere II
.. ,
5 .
'e.'unarr p' a I'T.AIMIOM
: silk it may be remarked One of the best known and most terrible J\

that the stuff our grandmothers used of these mixtures is nitroglycerin, I __

rf to talk about that 'stood by itself is notluvfssnrily which is simply nitric acid and common

the liest. Modern ingenuity glycerin mixed together; and allowed
Three Month's Services Given SAMUEL CHARLES
9 has devised means of giving the poorest to fall into a stream of water. ,

article the lady requisite for this Dynamite is nothing more than nitroglycerin Free to All Invalids Who .. i

J.11JrPO>"''. : absorbed by some spongy; sub i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

Shellac and other sticky substances 1l1iI'C.lu1l1., as-bestus. plaster of par Call Before March 21st. .L 1 ,

mixed through the fabric wll! produce I is, sawdust, bran meal, even dried and REPAIRING NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.
us stiff a silk ns ever graced the closetof 1'0Ullll.'I1l'otllt'S, have bet-u employed R J.1 Wholesale and R-tail> ler in ,
A staff of eminent physicians and cur- is l' Shoes,. Leather & f .tlll/-
an ancestral mansion Sueh stuff is for this purpose, but the substance ,
geons from the tied t'rovi Medicnl Int-tituie '
-; 511.
worthless. It In most commonly employed is what is 607Stt'TIl 1'L1FX'sTI115E'r.
quite rots away not have, at tbe urgent solicitation of a large,
tillil's a matter of fact the silks known as "kiesel guhr," or spongy
\ EASY wAY TO \\EIGII. I number of patients under their care 10 this
most prized nt present: are cf the soft arth. This is the kind of clay formed i i country. established a Dt-rnmneiit branch
tied to two nails two feet apart A J. E. DU t9
4j i variety, with no more rigidity than white card with a mark is tacked of minute fossil! shells great beds of of the Institute In tliUcity. UISSOX BROTHE ,
muslin which are found In Oeruwny and other The t'mllll'olIH'nlh'lIIl'n have decided to
1 behind the knot. The knot moves to Olt.NhKTAUlllGON-l AM 1'ti1''n.'TH.r: !>,
itt "Counterfeit (machine mae) lace la parts of the \\orld.Juncotton. give their vertices entirely hoe for three ,
often otrt'r.'lllls tho ,genuine handmade the left when an object Is put In the ( which was first made in months (medicine excepted) to all invalids I i Dealers in
right scale The weights that must who cull them
pan. upou for treatmect between
6 article .\t first ,glance it is identical 1S4'J. is the form of nitro compound j
be put in the loft pan to bring the knot now and March 21st, These .s..n'lc"s con- Choice
' ; with the real thing. nvcu one who is Usually employed in war. It is manufactured i & Staple and Family Groceries
sist not of '
back to the mark give the weight of the only consultation, examination | ,
not an expert however, can distinguishthe from ordinary cotton. waste
object and advice but also of minor surgical oper- ,
treated with mixture of nitric and |I Our Goods are Received Fresh Daily. They are too to
I difference! with a littU care Ma- a ations. The object In pursuing! this course miny enumerate.
I : and Warrnntfd to ba the Rest the Market
i acids. can
nine lace is always exactly regular! in Education of Women. sulphuric Is to become rapidly and personal acquainted ,
; 3rs pattern, every figure the same There Is one very curious point al>outgnmiitton. with tbe sick and anlCh.I,and under Relied on We can Duplicate any Order Given us During; the
The in education Is I
progress BO Holidays and will Deliver Free to any fart of the City.
It cannot be made from no conditions will charge whatever'
;. chape, length thickness and so forth.w marked and so well understood as to any
Y In the handmade article there are :II.u'ays need but little comment. When In 1331 raw cotton in the bale; waste cotton is I Inecessary be made for any services rendered for three i j COUNTRY ORDERS WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.
for its manufacture. It seems I j months to all who call before March ::!ht. >
{; little Irregularities. Mrs. Stanton, Lucy Stone and I made The doctors treat all forms of disease and'1 P.O
as if the bleaching; to which mauufa('- I J. E. Outuinoi & Bro.
domain that in the state of New .r
I: a girl I deformities and guarantee a cure In every .
linn to Tell an 1:1>;a:.'" \1:;'". tun-d cotton has been subjected has j PHONE
York should be permitted an opportu case thev undertake. At tbe first interview -
The siij'' of aa egg 1 is now disoered something to do with titting the waste | I Fnrn.ily: : Grccor,.,.
nity for a college education, there was a thorough examination. Is made and. ,
")y immersing! it in a solution! of halt for becoming explosive] material. Oily I if Incurable
not oven a high! school open to them In you are frankly and kindly told
mtair.i: g r'bout I eight OUIK'CJ; to the waste Is, however, completely! useless j Iso; al.oad\'I..d.allalnst spending for
I; I the whole United States. Oberlin, 0., money ,,
.Int.. Vifi the fIt: has thoroughlylissohnl. for making; guncotton, and if even a I I uselesi treatment.
t : was the only college!! they could enter,
t.e! egg to be tested I is I and there were no preparatory schoolsto little Is carelessly used a whole batch j Male and "mile weakness, catarrh and ; .A. Mi Jk very

droppwl gently Into the glass containing I fit thl'l1fvr that ft ..titution..1t thepresent of the manufactured product may be cntarrhal deafness; also varleooele, rupture -!| .

i the solution. If the egg;: i is only one I spoiled.uiifotlcn 1. I goitre, cancer and all dlnea'ei of therectum ,
time they are admitted to all
lay old. it sii.ks Immediately to the ,I ; Is so extraordinarily ar! pohttively cured by their new H''CfSSOR TO AVHY: t WOULKOLK>
r the state universities except those of I treatment.
l bottom; if three days old, it sinks just'i Virginia, Cooigia.: and Louisiana anti den In its action that a small quantityhas I Their chief associate surgeon of the institute IMPORTER A TH JOBBER OF

I i 4z below the surface only, and frow the I to all the large; universities of tie middle been exploded In contact with a I will be in personal charge

1' s dajs and upward !it I'.oats.CATARRH: : owl western states. The unwarranted heap of gunpowder and has failed to.I| unices No. Ill West ( ha-e office Hours I j I HARDYARE.

): !' and retrogressive; action of Chicago set tire to It. I|III a m, toT p. m. Sunday! 10 a. m. 101

L4[ 'NAFAL quickly ':Fl i ia the The great advantage which guucot-
university Vogregatin:
I I I Iron, Nails, AXf'1.l KhrvHnppli ''> ; Mill and
all other
; to treatment by Ely's! Cream IJtlm, wouiou students shows that the battleis ton possesses over esplusiweeIs ..
which is agreeably aromatic. It i- i that damp does not Injure It. In I I s, Cooking and HWindow Stoves, Paint, Oils!
not but the end is Insight
entirely over
Glass Guns, 11', > nal Fishing Tackle.Aate .
' received through the nostrils fu1.'I't guncotton explodes with just

{ cleanspn and hAII": the whole surface: : -Susan. Anthony in Collier'sWeekly. as great violence as dry, but is of : and Tisnvare ami a ':rl.' fllrnishin G'loiI.

? over which it dillues itself. A reindyfnr I course much harder to fire. Consequently If You HaveRheumatism *
na"al catarrh which is drying f. 'AGENH FOR KIRMINUHAM LOLLING MILL COMPANY"3
It is one of the safest explo-
' A Sewing Convenienee.Here .
or exciting: to the dieted membrane Revere Giant Stitched Belti..i, Northampton
should" i is a good suggestion for the shos to carry as It can be thoroughly .
not be used. Cream Whaol'V I. Hill & Kind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil3om
t FUhn: is recognized: as a 1'f'citlc'l I' benefit of busy mothers who do their wetted before packing and kept wet i ".=, Iron King and Buck Stove and Range, Win-

1'rice tit cents at druegists! or by mail. own sewing; and have many interruption during transport For mining purposesor COU.B & Co.'d Raw Hide Lace Leather Masary's!

A cold in the bead immediately disappears *, thereby losing; thimble nut! for use in war guncotton Is Usually Made Railroad Colors.

when cream balm is ued. needle Take ('Onll'rl'sM..llnto hard cakes.
Rly "Brothers, ;d(; Warren street, New any heavy: material some and dark make cretonne a small or The cordite which Is now used In I t URICSOL endorsed the greet tested California and Masonic Temple # Pon.sarola Fla.

York bag the shape of an open envelope British military rifles is a rather more I I Krmedy will cure ,
-- -- MHO
cures Liver Kidney and
1 Hot Rolls at 5 > silo I! about seen inches long. Sew a safety compound substance, being composedof Tedder diseases, caused by an excess of I TIME TABLE.
i m.. acid. It I
pin mi the point of the envelope, puta thirty-seven parts of guncotton uric never fails, and builds up
the health and while
it. i
a doz. at Solomon's.Cleaning mixed with fifty-eight of nitroglycerinand strength using
small whalebone across the back to ; Feud stamp for book of wonderful certificates ,! LOUISVILLE AND
..- --- I keep it firm and straight and stitch five parts of mineral Jelly. It Is Price, $1 per bottle. For sale RAILROAD-
; ladies skirts and waist- formed Into little cords each three- by druggist. If your druggist ran not I IN EFFECT! DKCRVBKK 1. 111I11
t it strong Then put in thread, thimble, it will be
I I !a one of o-r specialties. star Latin supply you rent prepaid upon
ir.t-i' dcy. scissors, some tape and a few buttons eighths of an inch In diameter. These I receipt of price. Address New Orleans and Mobile.

-- of various sizes. Tin the envelope to are made up into little fagots which Uricsol Chemical Co. Los
AngelesCal ---
are placed In the cartridges. ( -- -- -- -
Only lOc week for the NEWS the side, and thus! equipped many a
OftnoDistributing Noe, So.l. So.t No.1. 'loI
odd substance No
necessary stitch will lw taken and time What seems a very 1t6 a 12I m It/Wi p Leave PeD.acola _Arrive 6:00 a 4n
11 and temper saved.-Brooklyn Eagle. from which to make an explosive Is L N Brnnswir & CO", New Pr1Eau"1 La. : 8:00 a 2:27 p 1102 a f L"aYII_- Ji'loma'oD_ Leave ':Jri a s:co p p [ r:2\i tOO: p p
gutta percha. But by the action of nitric 11:00 a Cr1p: 2:56. LsaveMobile __ I"a" 120"" UIIiA: a sic p
Agents. I --- a:25p! 1:111 a I..AYI _.='iIlW Orll'allll. Leave a5u P 1:211 a
CHURCH NOTICES. acid it can be turned into a formidable II
I Keep Your Temper.Don't 1171'ds
detonator.Each North.
-j exhaust all your reserve force I
country has Its pet powder. The I Ii
over petty cares. Each time that one For sale by
THE NEWS would thAt the 'I United States uses picrateof ammonia; ..
'I request loses control over herself, her nerves, SIDNEY KAHN. No. 2. I NO) N9.1 No. I
the French have a beautiful, semitransparent j ji Itlij pm i 12:15 p m Lsave PlIDcola. Arrln
i -- 1:00
clergy or those having in charge the ? : p m 6m
I her temper, she Irises just a little nervous :Uam I 8: 1pm Arrive_ ontlom..rJI..enli ; s m
chestnut colored powder j 1I:15am \
;2: publication of church service notice force, just a little physical well being jI i ---_- 1119 am'' 8JI p m.trrlve., Birmingham _Leave 11:31. m 4o 8I\PIB
made of the nitrates of potassium and 1:05pm 1IOa m Arrive_: pm
a'lv.III1Llla" __
for Kiinday will send them to this and moves a fraction of an Inch .
1lJJam 8:13a m Arrive .Loutevllle
barium. Besides these there are dozensof 9ENEKAL FHKNCH BCHKDLLK: Leave t:16pm 2SS
yob office by 9 o'clock Saturday morn. farther on In the path that leads to ;i, 1O am 11:55. m Arrive_Clnclonatl_Leave 8:1J p m 11:16: .m
explosives with fancy names suchas 7x51 IAm I:31p: m Arrlv..Kt.Loul. ___lNav .
,4 ; iu?, in order to insure their insertion I premature old age says the Philadelphia baliistite, cannouite, rifleite. ramlite, Following Is the schedule of the | :t6pm at4 mPEN3AC0LA _

; in the proper position in the I > Inquirer. plastomeuite. These vary In size and joTernmentsteamer General French j: AND RIVER JUNCTION.

I paper. I I I To Whiten the Hand shape of grain color and power but which THE NEWS prints for the !! No. II-Dally No. I-VaiIy I No atop where time Dot Shown No. I-Ddiy ;No. 2r-Lan.
they all depend on the action of nitric
benefit of the merchants who
i i Melt a pound of white castile 1>'011101' \ ship UIi pm 1:00 a m LeulI.. PeD.acolArrln 10:150 l 1---
acid for their explosive force.Atlanta their goods to the \arioua p 11& 8:11II pm
1:16 night 1:11" obllmla "
:' the fire with a little water. When army'posts 10:," See: "
1 Constitution. : I i 12:20" r:18 YDlelira _._ 10:84"
The 8:01
par Tonic melted, perfume slightly with anyone Leave PensAcola.?_,?,_. ..,_ T:00a.m. i I I'SII"1:116" T:11j It It "" __..Eseambia. 10U" I OM
Excellence 1:11:
/ of the extracts and stir In half a cupful Leaves Barranrai_ T:5n >. m, j : Mnlet 10:2211: 0:4,1Usa" ,\
TT8 ___
Leaves Plckens _________ : Harp __ It 6ta:
of common oatmeal. Use this preparation DeWitt's Witch Haze Salve. Leaves Itarr-ncai sisas 8noa.. UM": 115" _G'ltCltJ_ 10:15 It I 6:17
when washing! : your hands and Leaves Peniacola-____10:15 a. m'l 12:601" 1:11I It It It It Milton /1 10:10 It : 6:20 "
The only positive cure for blind 1:80: am _flood "
Arrives Barrancas 11:10 Rallle __. 4.;,, "
a. m. and then< :
will be surprised at the improvement 1:116" 1.15" __ .
you HoIU __ '
bleedin and itching; and protruding make trip to Fort Me Res and then re- !' It ". IJIII" .:86 .,
In theIr appearance. Barrancas. 'I'' 1:10 5.5) Mnugan.-_ IJJ It cR
It ,
piles, cats burns, brumes ecze- Leaves Barraacu_____ 1:14 p. m IIS"II 8JH II _Crestview.r ';11" ':00"
Leaves Pickens___ 1:00: IM: _lJeerLanlS II 1:66 II '
_____ 1:25 1:114
p. m
It I
ma and all abrasions of the skin.DeWitt's ':21" 8:10 Mossy Heatl It
Ironing Board COB. LeaTei Peasaoola_____ .:*J p. m. It II ltO" 1:14'

mmCA l A fiari: calico bag or case to cover is the only Witch Hazel Leaves Arrives Hlckeni Karrancai_ _5:90)_p. m.__and 6l5p makei m .:111":01" 86 8U" .D.hllla___ Argyle.HpriA11._ It 8:18"1u" .' 1.11 ZtI .

Win Cordlsu 1 the Iroc'.cg beard when not In use Is Salve that is made from the pure, irlp to MerUe and retarn. .:.0' 8:61' IIPonoll d'L oIL.- 1:29 'I' 1:1. "
The best speciS-remedy for On 6:00" 10:10' It __WeuYJU__ rn" 1lJ6'
Malaria! one of the things every practical Louse- unadulterated witch hazel-all others Wednesdays and Saturdays the 0:08" 10:15' __ Caryvllle_ It rlI" ltQ '
and Typhoid boat will leave Barrancas .... "
via Pick- 10:111'
v keeper sbou'.J possess. It Is a nuisanceto are counterfeit DeWiu's Witch _BolllfaJ_ ., 1:116 tI IA: U
8:00" "
Fevers ans for Peniacola at 6:30 10:41" .Cblpley 8:11"
Coldsjnfiucnzo remove the Ironing sheet every time Hazel Salve is made to cure counterfeits The General French is p for 8:11I" 11:0'7" It -CottondaIlI_ H 1:11" 12:11H 1Of Coda
L. t'vl < : l.t I ,, tS, c. the board la put aside, but unless this are made to sell. Harris army roo" 11:26 It _1Iarla.Da It 800" 1%:.. "
.V UU -. ,. ei purposes only any outsider must 1:10" 11:46" II _Cypreea 6:811" aID1tO"
J la done the board John 11:15:
or covered tbe sheet Pharmacy Sheppard
Kidney !have a pass from the quartermaster 11:61 It It _Grand Rlc1II1 6:31.' l1..f
becomes soiled and damaged. Kahn. ctake passage 01 her. 1M" 19:05 noon to ___ Mn"a1.. 5:7t.. 10rtl
8:16' UU" ArrlteW- '1DCUOD _Leave 0:10" 10- ''


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A Shrewd Investor When doors Door close snugly, but WHAT CAME OF A anfl wtenlfiey were in tile water clungto COUNTRY 'OF GOOD ROADS. Curse Ji t,

leave cracks througb which drafts enter her at the same time buffeting to The nlch",.,-. of France a. Seen by : I

be glad to know how the the simplest remedy is this: Placea PASSION! FOR BOOKS keep her afloat The tide, driven by an American. .

vill strip of putty along the jambs. cover the wind set inward and they were "One of the things that Impressed me

neatest accumulation of trust the edge of the door with chalk and borne along till they reached the scat most while away was that no matter OP

the world is invested. shut It. The putty will then fill all Orlsinat] tered logs bobbing up and down in the where one may go in France he finds n

funds in spaces. .I'he chalk rubbed on the edges On the coast of Maine snuggling be- more subdued billows of the inlet. the very best of r nds." said the lion. !

\ voung man who is just prevents adhesion and the putty Is left ween the bases of adjoining hills and Beaten against one of these logs. Sam William Flynn In an interview pub- DRINKS

accumulate and In place where it soon dries and leavesa overlooking: a small bay. is a little town put himself between It and Alice and lished In the Pittsburg Times. "I had

beginning to perfectly fitting Jamb. occupied almost exclusively by lumping saved her, though three of his ribs an excellent opportunity to observe that f

;vest his savings will be :: people while on both sides of were broken. Still he struggled on. fact while on my way from Paris to CURED BY I

booklet S TIi. Kitchen Table. he: harbor are scattered ho ses. One The next log was passed, with another Aix-les-Bains. We made the Journey of

interested in a that In the war with Insect life keroseneis morning from one of these houses camea blow that stunned Sam and both sank. 425; miles in an automobile taking the WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.

Describes the investments of a sure weapon of defense. It the girl whose complexion was darkenedby They came to the surface and by this trip by easy stages and reaching Aii- T

kitchen table is seized upon by roaches the sun and winds and whose hands time had reached a comparatively clear les-Baina three days later. For miles A'o tcute No tiler tan be girrn i* gtati efraterten i
The Mutual Life Insurance showed plainly: that she was used to In the center, while the shore and miles stretch there the roads t
and used as a nest for their eggs, do space at a ; or coffee irUhout patient'I InovleJgt. -
of New York. This not burn It up after ineffective scrubbing oil She wore a pair of man's boots, was thickly packed with logs. Drift are on a straight line,land every foot White Ribbon Remedy will cursor th.itroy ,... "

Company and scaldings. Put it In the yard her dress was of calico and on her ing against one of these a boat book of the way we found to be In the \'ery'' the dl8l'a.ed appetite for Ilcobollo .Umulaou ,,ji :
*hethertb patient U a confirmed .
formatiOfl is found inIUnker's and soak it with kerosene. Not one egg head was au unadorned felt hat. She was caught in Sam's clothing and the best of condition. It seems that in Inebriai, a "tippler," social drinker or 4 ,

Will." Sent freec will live. In like manner treat any in- hurried to the rockbound shore and, two were dragged up on the logs. Sam France they are far ahead of our country drunkard for Impoibl aJeoholle for liquor anyone after to bare using anBDDDiltw 'ti. f".

".\ sii-t Infected furniture. shading her eyes from the sun, which was laid on a plank binding the timbers in taking care of their roads. White Ribbon Remedy. l' :tf

: apl'lkation, :I at the moment burst out between together the blood from a gash on "Roadmaking in France is handled Indorsed by; Members ofV.. C. T. U. I '!

rank Window Plants. stormclouds stood looking across the his bead forming a pool beside him. very differently from the way it is Imen's l "fJ,,
( any Mr.. Moore, superintendent Wo- If
'11S -In AMtrtt. The most common mistake In win. bay at a catboat coming under double Sam just passed the death line with- handled in this country. For instance, Christian press Temperance Union \Ven ., r" .... '
,. |o Amount Paid PoHcy-holdrra. dow culture of plants Is having too reef. There was something in the girl's out stepping over It. Alice did not receive repairs are made to the roads there tura. C.llfornla.t writes: "1 have tested il
fj-la Age. M" bite Ribbon Remedy on very obitlnate ;
many and not starting them in time appearance and attitude that would a single blow and suffered only long before the appearance of the road drunkards.and the cures have been many Ii 'Ii

Tilt1TU.tL: LIFE INSURANCEC so that they may develop Into sightly hare struck the fancy: of an artist-a from exhaustion. By the time Sam would indicate that any immediate repairs In many. 1 ca.1 cheerfully tho Remedy recommend was given and Indorse secretly. '}

C 'MI I.\ OF NEW YORK, plants. Better two or three or even one supple figure, fluttering skirts a pairof was out of danger she was ready to were needed. Of course the roads White Ribbon Remedy. Members of
I well grown. generously foliaged plant honest eyes and a firm mouth. Besides nurse him and never left his bedside there are very old and are well cured our Union are dl'lIgltld to find an economical "

J/.JUIII A. McCciDT, President. than six or eight that are merely there was on the face an Intellectual till he recovered. One day she said to so that with their present method of ance work.treatment" to aid us In oar temper- .,

cast in strange contrast with him: repairs it is a comparatively !'
"slips. easy Druggists or by mall, *1. Trial package :
Odar: Williim & Liberty her attire. The boat came on, and a "Sam, I guess If I have to choose between ter to keep them in the best of illat'l l''ti
"JlU free by writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend (for I
man at the tiller luffing up to the wind, "
"tret-K NEW YORK, N. Y. For the Sewing Machine. you an' books I'll take you. tion.
: of Woman's Christ-
secretary a
A bag of cretonne or denim attached brought its nose quietly against a rock, "No; y' vomit do that. Alice. Maybe "A rrmarkaLIcthing about the road years or.
( I-:riti A\ IM.rO.Manaicrr, to the framd of the sewing machine is then stepped out, holding the painter. I kin trot alongside: of y' an' yet question in France is that travel is not I ain Temperance Union), 218 Tremont ,
Jick-onvills Fla. "Yer late Sam." said the girl. "I St Boston Mass. Bold 1'ensacola by
a decided convenience for the home books. I M heavy as is the case in our country, ,

r.C. WATSON &. CO District Manager worker. All threads and scraps: can be thought ye wasn't!' comlnV"lleatin1 "Oh, Sam. wouldn't that be nice?" but notwithstanding that fact the roads Hannah Bros..21 B. I'alafoi St j;

!'I fI.'lcola. Fla. I dl'.pp'I1.1n| while the machine sewing against this wind's slow That winter the two spent the evpn- are not allowed to suffer from nr lect.

1 li going on. and there will be no litter- work Ali('('. I fear we'll\ have a bard lags with their books. At first Alice The roads! are maintained)) what are -- -- -S 1. ti

-.i. : MEN AND WOMEN.fne iug of tile carpet or rug. time makiii' land on the other side. was the guide, and Sam followed doc oallfd departments thi-re which in our CMICHESTER-S: : ENGLISHVENNYROTLL:

.' I I KI.-.. Biff U for unnaturaldiMrhargefl.inflaniuiiuioni, The wind's fresher thar than )i&'re." ilely. Hut Sam's brain seemed to country would be railed counties, and PILLS I
G I$;% 4 irritatiuni or ulreraliuuiof II| Pillowcases!' worn out, washed and "I must go. The schoolmaster!' tole open with the spring and what bad it is no uncommon thing for one totravel <*r !*( .J

rp..l a SUIS.a" mucous. and niPinbranM.Puniest. not utria-' ironed and cut the right size make niceI me he'd have the book for iuf>. an' I been planted during the winter bore hundreds of miles and not timid a 1_' i:5-,,.SI fr CIII'III"nw1o:lj..Ik..iI'r.,4m.. (,LL'lI: :

a EEsCEvc1CO.: gent or poi-onous. I bread cloths or cloths to spread over must return it in two days. If I don't I fruit.Ii'I'. on the contrary aftermaking single hole or rut in any part of the ** *Twt'ti| *.*tii Kl blnnbfco U .n-t.til. I like,J tiHathQ.utbpp.boa.,n.r......... .
Sold b Dregtitar.s.A. I ...... j
I go now, I may miss the chance. certain road. 'II..CO'ro. .U..u... oed la''""
or Bent in plain*wrapper, food on pantry shelves. The smaller progress never got unyturtil'r. j f-L- f/J U.o.. ha,rf Tour UriM.... or.l 4..iai
> prrpaid fur She stepped into the boat and the ......"" "orI4nIM' .,' .... .
>r nprCT uisike haii!ylamp cloth Sam in time entered a law .. T. ''' '
pieces ... ..
\ I t/ *C.rcuUr IOO. or 3 mul l>nul Wi<->f Hxjumt 2.75. I m.lII. leaning against; the mast shovedIt oSk-e! and was admitted to the bar. I "\' -f c3 .5I51 !u.lI.r lt01l, ,roo n...",....11.-.....".".."or.. ,..b..,...y.ura ..,
-- - --.-- -- off, stopping aboard at the same Thlq t"ok Lira Into public life and judgin 5, tile Best /or Be. ,...t-_. ...&IlIr.." "''4silk.""...lrr.. C"II1L\.I'.,..I.II'.**.

tm! ?. He took the tiller while Aliceat
eventually to He Is now one
J. A. VAN. PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. congress. ---
? amidships facing him. of the principal Judges; !' of his state.

"Yer cross today, Sam" she Faid.VaaI His library is one of the best [private
)'\ tbar's somepiii to make me libraries tin- country. The Laundry

ITOSS. I don't like this craze ye :got fur F.VA 1'I' XIIIIT: HALF. ,

GARDEN STREET GROCERS rarnin. Ye know Fve sot lay hearten
Busiest Best I
to ye, an' ye got yer heart sot on to How to Hake Chestnut Padding. Biggest, ,
Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of "
looks. sweetS
:Slake pint of duMiiut! pnrw. !

"ISetter git yer heart sot on to someone I -wd and flavored'wita vanilla addinga

STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, (else Sam." she replied not un few s-poonfuls of whipped cream just II

kindly. "I own I've got a passion fur before the jelly bets; cover a mold with They Speak

all books .or'8 a that was a big of jelly, then
Fruits, Nuts, and the Delicacacies of the Season. mercy a thin coating orange
one:" as a wave beat against the boat's about an iiith of rich brown chocolate .
Oar Goods are Arriving Daily: and can Always Rely on Getting the .
you quarter and nearly turned it over."The bavarian cream and when set till the

Best, Freshest and Cheapest. wind's been fr shenln' ever :. center with the chestnut jelly; set awayon for Themselves !

settee I started but I dou't fear noth- ice to Lrrilcn. *

In' except umkin' the inlet on the other

VAN PELT BROTHERS sid. It's full of logs.: How to lend Table Linen.Always We let the Shirts, Collars

When they neared the shore the do this before sending It to S and Cuffs we Launder speak for

TELEPHONE NO. 231 .* j* j* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. breakers were rolling over the bar wash: I'ro'i.1Joursl'lf with flourishing themselves. They will talk loader

furiously. A number of l1t'oplewrc cotton in different sizes according I .Lai. ve can. We want to be judged

standing on a beach flanking the inlet te the fineness or coarseness! of )'our'' mnoie oy the work we do than by

watching the boat.It linen. Paste a piece of stiff paper over what we say.
Classified\ l Advertisements. wasn't like that when I started," the hole on the right; side JIll then darn

said Sam. scanning the lauding place cry carefully! with the flourishing

with di niay. thread on the wrllll The darn should ALL WORK c. o. D. MI Called for art Deliierei Free
"Cuoss we'll have to go about ag'hi;: half! I'n inch beyond the tear on ..
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--- the wind." l:1il1ll't! \. all sides and the crowing must l.e TFLEPHOWE 14. 27 GARDEN ST. t.. S

ONE CENT A WORD. "WI"'" be swt'.ujiwL No." resolutely; very really: and accurately doiio. It i,;

we're in fur it. i far we'll be knockt'd really mere satisfactory to mend these WALKER INGRAHAM, Manager.

.. --- out aj'in: tin1 lopi. I'll do the best, I l>!:ir-es before they reach the bole stage ..
Alice! an" out -- ------ ,
1.0 )-.1' kin fur .ve. iye come and takes far less time.

WANTED-All kinds of empty beet alivt I :ii):! yi-'ll have all the books ..e-bA-..,-.",. ...,.,- ....-...,_4 ;..........;......,.;--,.;, : : :. .
_- ..- .. .. _- _- .'_- -_,. _- -_ ', -
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.Viniagrette with bittles. H. A. Krittrlmnn. n9-t ye WIt .:ii' U happier with 'em than ll<>... to irigIieii Uh..olor.,1 M"oon*. .tr.! '. '. ', .ft. .- ,-, 'l'ffi'

I i-t- leave at News oftf.- ye'with::, : me." :-iiln r spoons that htn' become discolored
WANTED ;Men learn barber
to Tim : irl stared at him with blanched with cooked ; Roberts &
\ ;; flinn contact eggs Dailey .
trade. TooL;!, diplomas, position iff[
I ) ,
J.o i i .Onull l'ullva8I'd-backed Iud bo'ird given grsduate-.. !Shor cheek. may I.t' easily brightened; by rubbing ,
'! containing names time required by our methods of "Do:;'t talk that a-way. Sam." she with foiumo.i sjilt. Co-tl pas and the V, -DKALEK8IN IN :') : j

.>' 't 1.11. -.I'*, written I in indelible steady: practice, *xpert instructioni said.! "V pot tU2 same chance fur lifeI : near presence of rut dt r III any form I

L. ;' li. U' \-.ird for the rett etc. Catalogue milled free have.: will cause silver to tarnish. One of the
:- \Jill. e, H. II. or B. Moler lUrber College, 12S Caron. "No. I haven't. I'm :!oln' to )lookout I l>est rert-ptacles for sil\erwire! cutleryis II t1 CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES i\1\

IiI. I. .>r J. 1<:. Clement, No.u clelet !Street, New OrleiiM, Li. fur you I can't do that an' look :t canton Haunt 1 knife case tacked toa ,, .
i ', ';, it Fir ,::'111,'. 21f-tf "
WANTED more pupils in "Bllck nut fur tnya'If.\ closet door. :.. New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. 't .

MONEY and White.cau learn" By to this draw!'v*anything tem anyone fam:Steering approached for\! tie the mouth liar.of The the Inlet first llou to llvdiu-e a Double Chili (Ei:] FRESH SUPPLY OF (:tj I' "-

TO LOAN the boat into tile tir. aol lles-U can Ll'Tl'thll' l>y .
breaker Uuui; ; Superfluous
wish tize. Kven children
th..y ten years, any old can l uru. Every; as it slid down the wpxisti: ; side: tin1 constant rxt'rl'iSnud this especially (ft;i RALSTON'S OAT MEAL, BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS i;i ::1't

0: inable turiiis' aud I pupil; endorses it. Come in and lee gunwale shipped a barrt'l of water. applies to a double chin. Lower the OF ALL KINDS.

wn .1 i n: see for yourself. Otis A. Miller The sevond wave tos>cd it t-lantwis' chin upon the chest stretching the neckas .:., ....}
J \V. 151TLLARD, Studio iu Siiisbury Building. I I chin j FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. ':
-- s I' .. f.'x. l'-Sta1rs. I ,, on its crest, and when it reached tilt far as you can and bringing the E 1)) : : ,
I Hflm 1 trough it was nearly full. The thirfi forward and down. Throw the head : *8
J. \; ,\Manager.: ROBERTS & DAILY I <.> '
sent it up hwnlly! as though tired of back until the chin is very high in the r 1.
.1 EXUII.\XUE-AIIY one waiitmK a Its weight, then threw it downward air. Keep on doing this. Lower the f:) ll;
>IOM-\: T,) I,< >.\:\-\\". R. MeriWl bummer home in the, mountain** ,,' ; 218-220 Wright St., East of Union Depot. fi
till it reached the ami raise it uutil have I -
without chin you
1. i A.:..ut. Money to call exchange property in Floridaor a imus Phone !.*>(>. 1'i'iisiK-oI.i<< Da. .41
I Houth (iHorl! j for tqual value sand.Meanwhul.cSZtfljlad. foiiucd this motion at least twentylivetimes. 5

i .5 .r> a-'. -.' I iiii-d: itS.rat OlHcB" of interest 112: and in Asht-Tillf, N. C. Will tradt up gr"SI'IjlIce! You :.lIoullll1o this every morning m! ._ .'....-........--- -- ,.''.'---':-':-.'.--- -.-.';.'.--- ,...4O- :..,....._- .....-.---- ,.,.-- .';,.--- .-.--- ,''I 4 ),

lit 'I( Iti I Till 1-1 tl-tt. I up to $10W.O or lees Otis A. Miller, --== -=- =__'"-= = -: C __ and every. night as lung as! jou are

-5- -. -==. Sali-buiy Block, Ptusacol.t. T11K BEST LAXVTIVKIs atllicted with :II double clnn. ,

JMXKY; 10 l.l-.M) till improved hum HALL & KLEIN ;
-- -- --- -- not too good for you if yonr
.Mice.Saturate .
f.l -f.Uc. in .ire: or small! foil eAI4I. lion to Jlrhe1UY :
in at low rate of interest. ._ v_ _ bowels are !'Iu gl..h. THE nEST LAX n doth with a solution of I 1 '

-' L-h.. K: I'.tooks. attorney FOR :;ALK-The mot desirablelots ATIVE is a medicine that moves the cajentio tapper and stuff it into tile 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. ; .

'w t t S. 1'uiufox St.,' in the city on easy terms, by bowels easily and naturally: without hol.' or sprinkle a K
SwIm the Fiihfr Real Estate At'fncy Irritation or sickening Inside aril then till up the bole with I 1.
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2O4South Palafox. l jlm
t.- elfect. A medicine that strengthensthe moitar in the making of \\liU-h a inm-l Staple and Family Groceries I' 'l
l I HAY-U.) you teed: -- --- --- -- ----
V"U CMII borrow any I..r lloiit I IH mu'cles of the boweh anJ tones deal I of cayenne has been UMI: !. Mire ,

.' i w.iitt today on ea: ;;itbi t It Ri' T-In -UHeTnTid-1 will' loathe time smell of cayenne and will :
them where they
opera up t ) a point Select Meats Vegetables Etc. in Tics. \ .1
rate'1 not it. ,
'w. ?t anywhere I ii ff on ground rt->nr. one stole and j perform the work as; nature intended, come near-: --
., <.t, unproved city real omet; UII t'colld floor, three without assistance. 'I IIP llelle anti Her llrpixi.Onco ;.
Win. Fi-her! 20l}>I ri.t. t'tliCf'3'1 Poultry Eggs and Country Produce.
rIF' \ lu-tl Such upon a time there was a famous ,.
]t..a"ollllllu"c.- itA. It t-mbrnce all the flbve go.>d belle who made frt'4IuC'nt'I its to ,. -
y \ ia- I qualities besides not having a bud" Telephone No. 358. ,
iinrrow money.
LIT dressmaker ami stayed: quite Ions ;
f RARIINU IIOPSE at Wheeler Mte neither bitter nor sickeningsweet
i.1!-lire jour property i ,
i :jets ot titlf, buy orS Spring, Mary E-ther, Fid.. -bold by all druggists. cacti time Iwcausc! she was particular .1
Irs'l about the! fit of her gowns, and the
f. rent property ol comforts Condon, ot proprietress bome at All reaonable I miMllste! desired to please laC'r.I I I \ : 1I
"". have rents coitaxts I very I I ROYAL STANDARD \lylllMiEii{ S
and fit and
d' attetnl: to. rate- Xorthern touri-ts will \VF1EKLY: CHEUiU15. I They would cut shape : If
: : I -s 1'Iit. C. U ataiiii fitid thi.l1I ideal place to pdd a'', I! nUll work to bring every line and curve I II I : '

0I ." and In-utatict portion of I hI' "eas'n.;; 121'I init1M)5t I FOR STEAM DIVISION i iI | into proper relation so that the effectwoumlil I a Years 2J! in Cases cf f 4 Full Quarts, at S3.20 per can -4 I.fI

A '''-la, Flu. Chargesveryoiie ,I PINUOLA! t bCrItIU1tItMIt';' I I be artistic aud pleasing to the
.. ........ I. : I II I --- S
(- who buys ------ --- -- UAILVYAY COMPANY i t'je.

we will; \ lend money B. I,. DIA\lO), the tailor has re- I j II frame leave Pensacola for the LlluHayoa. Moral.-Matters of form are often the S. r"ul:; WHIrfKEYH distilled at the Nelson Co. .
build :a l I.OIKP. 81-if moved to 11>" Vfett Government I, Bid iayou.WarrngtonJt1VP yen 1 matUTs.: -New Turk _1_ Ky., DHtlllery, and 14 fully matured in wood r
S etrret, opiioslte Uxpre utllct, (;i and Fort[ Burraaoai at III'nJh.1 I before bottling it is absolutely pure and not excelled i i, )
Iil IlL {.u' ).u where he i< prepared to clean, repair -. tI:30 I. m.fir tire at Fort Karrancai T:1S at in quality by any Whitk'ey of the same age '
and >re- l.idies' and Ilpntletnl'n. -I 10:00 a.m.arrlVII at tort Karraneas a.i A Weak Ktoinath
i s matter where Tho
11 l ;.; nEm'ij; f:; .. loup.m.arrlveat Kort Barrancai ltjpc I I po produced. Royal Htandard
; I i
\ 'I ( ..
madt> :
toitor .
t :
lfiji1\ I 1 |:80 p.m.arrive at Fort llarritacat :15p i causes: a weak body and invites di*- I is ei ht years old when bottled, and, considering .i.ii
d< ilnr; in Hair Good., 6:15p.m.arriveai Harraaoai fUO JlI It!! excellent quality, i is the cheapest whikey '
H i Articles Hair Oil __.. $!:'.::-I..! .' ii.-. I, "8:00 p.m.arrive at Kort Barrancai 8:44 p.oTrMnt !!' ease. Kodol Dyspepsia: Cure earn 1 i the market at that price. As a beverage, and as 1ho'II.n r
V. -t Government totr..t.1 : 15avd Kort lfarraac for 1'eou rind 1 strengthens the stomach, and
HOW llAMOEY stimulant there
--, i cola atI abolutely; pure is none better.(1'
-xv..vrvrj.ii- >. oner you an inve-tment guaranteed -I 7:15a.m. arrive at f!D>ftCola 11:00.. iltuUp !I ward. off and overcomes dieae. J Shipped, in cases containinjflio, marks whatever to I! ,
bv two Trust COU1pltl!e*. It m. arrive at PenaacoU_ll.5psi : j R. Taylor, a prominent merchant of indicate contents. If purchaser, upon examining ,
W may nuke you rich. This is no :i %:00 p.m. arrive at Pensajoia___ :4Jp.a the wtii4key, is not !ati-fled with the quality be .
YOU NO MEN from t 6-00 p m arrive at Fensacola 6JIt p BI I ChrieMi aaTex.ay: "I could not .
r i'..uuty at once tti pre. t-cbf-me or fake. Send J2tK l) for I 7iO p. m. arrive at f easaooia._ ':16 p. eat because of a weak Homach. I can return the same: at our expense: and money .. ,
Investment Certificate. If Feaiaoola.......... 1:10 .
I'I '-itions iu the Govern- you are 1 I g-45 p.m.arrive p.'SstnrclaYI lost all strength and run down in will be refunded. J
S not sati-iied upon inve-tiiT'ition we only All order should be accompanied :
\ 'I'. Apply to I, weight. All that money could do :- by either }
', .. will (rive you your money back. FASC FOB triKK DAYS currency, pojtoffice money order, bank draft .
:State Corr- In-t. was done, but all hope of rpc Vf'ryV1ni..hfd. or ex-
Weltuer\ & Dunn. Agents 60 feniaooU to Fort Barraaoaiand retorb ie. .
order. We '
: refer
i to
pre money Fir t
Cedar la.r National
Rapid, i feasacol to Navy Yard and return_ !'< Hearing of some -
.t w j in Broadway, New York. i Peniaoola to Palmetto Beach and retarD Hii cures effected by ne of Kodol), I Bank or at/ merchant In PeDsacofa.! .

;---T- H. ALFMAN, umbrella; maker, 315 i SU5DAV ICHKOCDI. concluded to try it: The first bottlebftneflttpd
r I
't'vl'fIIl ol char-
pet.oils t When *titHr permits mo raaaiag copt'n me, and after taking four
south PaUfox street. R cover- S. A.
\ ,i"od reputation in each coaches. FRIEDMAN
bittles I am fully restored to mv : :
in aud umbrella" and ,
: .in this county rrquirt-d' ) ? repairing : Leavi feniaccla. Lv For tarts_ u=ual strength, weizhth and health ,
''It) ..uJ udverti.-e old e- parasols a specialty.: Silk coversnlwtveon t a. m. 10 a, a. I C
hand. jan3 I 11a.m. U m Harris Pharmacy, John r-heppard, io!.?: PROPRIETOR. PEKSAOOLA.P'LA : _
w< thhy! bu '
I p. 111. 1 p.m. Sidney Kahn.c .
S 'icialstJiidilu.: Saltryl (.. ..'ul ;11 ( ..-tlll"O-__. I I p. m I p. m r o. ncx JIH. i !
.... -- irui'HoxK: :
.. -- -
.I\ wth t xpm-fs add! 1 -- -- -- 1 8 p. n* PI C3>
ct Ill du.ibla in cu-h CARNIVAL CO.VlUMESInvtt : 4 P. m pm, .\. s r o :iii: A. !II.I
--- -- 11'
.. tp.m S
W..Jnt'dfrnm head Silk.! Satin and other &p. m. 8'L tt Kr.i Its Iait Asats lrJ'tgD4 ., s
H.irs. i and. cmrriag" fur- tills cia be rented at ;Mr#. FAR roa BOM HAT !: ? 1 _: handle every clws of Liquor sold. In .I
.. C!
w !n II CI'-;;'r-i Nord-.trom'# Milliaerv I :Stop eniaooikto jrt Barrmcai N inFeussoola ,. .(' bulk .)r wholesale or retail, at prices thai .r .
.nolo.rt -tlr''I.jjrfopd Mife... False I Nose: \Yi; \ard adretnrn _.__._._ ft :c are way down. j
to Palmetto Beaob aid 4hI( I
l.: Co., Caxtontiei 1 Hall Good at No. Udeacu Et-' .tl1rl1. ,_ _____ Ik AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS
C O). Ofeblw street, near }'..Ia[", I No fJ'ellhel1'84lfter IU p. m. Try the '11\\11 Want Column.! PABST BEER. ,'li j


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Ambitious Boy. EIGHTEEN YEARS' flON'T

Of Intense Sufferings From PURCHASE ACT

,Every ambitious and industrious toy and< CUTHJS WIFEALONZO Stomach Inflamation. SLAY ONCE

girl eLould remember that there is a sooticm" r .

In e'rerjCaD of "GOOD LfCK' Baking Powder

and should get his mother and his bouse-keei. HUBBARD, DURING A Mr Clearwater says ; Tf you yet wish to reep the benefits of our MONSTER

Ing Sisters, cousins and aunts to gave them for uRad It Not Eeen for Pane's Celery

him. I I Compeiii I Wenli Hare ODD AND END SALE

Richmond. Vlrginla.I Alonzo Hubbard colored while recovering Died! or Continued to im !

from the effects of a debauch -

:....................... of Tuesday evening, went to Terrible Misery"

.f his home 6n West Jackson street and Stomach difficulties and distressare WON'T LAST MUCH LONGER *

I i SOCIAL ECHOES I jumped on his wife in a savage man- prompt varied character In the and majority demand of

ner. Drawing a knife, he made several cases morbid the condition troubles of originate from a Siz9S all broke, lines incomplete, connot fit everyone and WE AT'S
.......................... his wife's back the nerves of
bad gashes on, the stomach. If you suffer from dyspepsia -

A New York politician went to the and one on her arm, all of which are indigestion inflamation of LEFT MUST GET OUT !
President last week and said: the stomach or gastric derangements,
of a very dangerous nature. She the use of Paine's Celery Compoundwill
"Mr. President I want a place. I

have good claims. for one. What will will recover, however. In additionto Paine's banish Celery your tormenting Compound enemies.quickly Here Are the Prices, and It's Now Up to You !

you do for me?" the knife wounds, Hubbard beat tones and strengthens the stomach

"Don't see that I can do a thing," the helpless woman over the head and its particular nerves, so that -
'answered the President. "Choate ab- your food will enrich the blood and
with a bottle and left her for dead. make solid flesh, bone and muscle.Mr. LADIES' SHOES. Misses' Shoes. Men's Slippers.
solutely refuses to resign as Ambassador -
_ to England and of course you Leaving the house, he staggered to Y., Horace:- Clearwater Kingston, N. $3 50 Patent Vici Lace, Welt f2 50 Patent Vici. Lace, Welt $1 I 25 Vici Kid Black Opera .

says Bole ...... ...... ...... ...
wouldn't take anything else. Good the depot and jumped on a negro "Accept my sincere thanks for the : $278 Sole, 11}. to 2.$206 100 Vici Kid Black Tan ,-
3 50 Patent Vici Lace Turn Wine Color.... . .
good I have derived from ,
your 1 75 Vici Kid. Button Lace
I morning named Montgomery: and attempted to life-saving medicine, Paine's Celery Sole .................... ... 278 11,!: to 2.or 11m 753 Black or Brown AlII;::. ,-

I make mince meat out of his new foe. Compound, without which I would 3 00 Vice Hand-sewed Turn : lOc Whitt'inoro, Kthr Kl: >
Mrs. A. J. Lippitt and son : ..... 1 50 Vici Kid, Button or Lace,
\'i j' Compelled to desist he wandered have died or continued to suffer terrible -! Hole. Lace or Button. 2 39 to 2. Combination PolibCHILDREN'S
1 Is
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I misery. While working in the 3 00 Vici Lace, Dull Kid.Tops, JI2
C M. Jones, expect to leave for their j about until found and arrested. Hub- manufacture of tobacco, I ate a mall Welt Bole...... ......... 241 1 2"; Vici Button or Lace, II,1. SHOliS.

home in Albany, Ga., tonight. i bard was charged; with assaulting his piece of liquorice, which caused in- 2 60 Vici Kid, Lace, Extension; to 2.7 bib I

tense inflammation of the stomach, Hole ...... ...... ... .. ...... 1 71 1 00 Vici, Button or Lace, 51 60 Vici Lace, Button, >
Their many friends and relatives! '' wife and Montgomery and also for 111';
and for eighteen years I endured to 11. .
I 2 50 Vici Kid, Laced or Button 1 b9 to 2. OleMen's ?
regret that their stay among them t cursing. A county warrant had been great sufferings. I had the servicesof 2 50 Vici Button Common 1 25; Vici, Lace or Button -

1 has been so -brief. doctors and used a vast variety of Sense Turn Hole.. ...... 1 89 toll....,
1 A trip on the .ay was given this I sworn out for him and the county authorities medicines, but did not get relief. 2 50 Vici Button, Welt Sole ... 2 07 Shoes. I 1 00 Vici. Lice or Hottou, >

morning complimentary to Mr.V.. took him from the city court Often in my agony I rolled over andover 2 00 Patent Tip, Lace, Cuban, to II. :'e
I J'j on the floor. I heard of Paine'sCelery
and French Heel 1 01 .
Chambers of f-; 00 Patent Kid, All over BIu- 1 00 Patent Leather
Liverpool, by the Louisville this morning. Compound and decided to tryit. 176 Lace Extension sole, Heel Lace. -
cher 3 81
j &Nashville railroad officials. The Hubbard has an awful impedimentof After I used the third bottle my and Spring Heel...... .... 129 to 11. sue
trip was made on the steamer Simpson paines were banished, and for ten 1 75 Lace, Patent or Leather 5 00 Patent Vici, Lace Exten- boa Box Calf Button, 6 to h Ole

; to the principal points of inter- speech and when asked what he years I have been well and strong.I Tip ...... .... ...... ........ 1 21 sion 3 i9 50c Viol Lace, 6 to 8. ... .. ipe
am now 47 years old, and feel thatI 1 75 Button Extension Sole... 1 29
had been doing said :\Iarmarmardigras 5 00 Patent Coronar, Monkey 75c Patent Leather Lace 6
est in the the bat-
harbor including
owe my present good health toPaine's 160 Lace or Button, Heel and Skin Tops..... .... .... ... 379 to 8. 43s
tleship Indiana. Delightful refresh- mae-made-made him play-play. Celery Compound. Spring Heel.... ..... .... J. 18
ments were served. 125 Lace of Button,Patent Tip, 3 50 Patent Vici,Lace or Button 276 50c Had Soles, Lace: or But
play de deb-deb-debil. Extension Bole ........... 89c ton,2 to 6. 24375e !
The cloth is good after the color has 3 50 Shoes all kinds and styles 2 76
125 Lace, Common Sense...... 89c Soft Boles, 18 Styles .. .. 49c
I Mr. W. D. Hiri-s, Vice President THE NEW SINGING faded. Dyethecloth a new color with 3 00 Patent Enamel, Extension; 2 41
1I a lOc. package ot _r_>i ..xxon.clI3yos : i 100 Lace, Common 8lcLadies' 50c Soft Holes, All Colors.... :ffle!:
and Mr. C. B. Compton Traffic Manager SCHOOL MEETS TONIGHT.The I and have a new dress for the 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf, Kid
House 1
of the Louisville & Nashville season. Slippers. 241 Boys', Youth's and Little Gents

:, railroad arrived here on the belated Sunday School congregation of Direction book and 45 dyed samples free. $1 75 Red and Black Quilted 2 50 Vici Kid Plain or Cap Toes 1 89
train from Tallahassee this morning. the Presbyterian church of this city DIAMOND DYES. Burlington Vt. Satin Fur Tops...... .... .. 149 Shoes.
160 Black Julietea, Fur Tops.. 1 19 2 50 Lace, Patent Leather.... 1 SI
have organized a singing school un-
Mr. Hines left on the noon train, 150 Black Felt Juliets, Fur 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 2 00 Viol Kid, Lace, 2j! to 6'2, 1 169
Supt., IO.. Saltmarsh far der the direction of Prof. J. W. Spencer. .... ..... .... .... ...
going as Tops 87c Toes, Lace or Congress... 1 49 1 75; Viol Kid.: Lace, 21,, to SSi1 1 129
1 as Flomaton with him. Mr. Compton The School meets every Thurs- HIGH WINDSTO i 75c Black Felt Slippers, lined 49c I 25; Hatin Calf Lace Plain or

remained for the day and expectsto day evening at half past eight Black S r e Slippers.... .... .... 21e 1 50 Heavy Satin Satin Calf Cap Toes, 2; to 5'... -.te\
o'clock. The latest improved singing $1 50 Felt Shoes, Leather Tip- 122 1 75 Vici Kid Luce, 13\ to 2. .. .. 149 I
leave tonight. ped, Lined, Lace.... ...... 1 19 New Orleans Hand Made Cable 1 50 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to 2-... 119 I
I books have been received, and will -DAY 1 25; Felt Shoe', Lace or Congress Screw Shoes... ...... .... OSc 125 Box Calf, Lace, 13 to _-... 911'!

The Christian Scientists of be distributed at the meeting tonightto Lined..... ...... ... Silo L8"' rl>rehan" are not barred from buy- 1 50 Viol Kid Lace, 9 to 13: I IS
-'' cola have issued invitation for those who have not as yet received Black Serge: Shoes, Lace or Con4Sc Ing itm shoe. 1 23; Vici Kid, Lace, \.I to 13. Mu-
i I I .
with --- ----- -- ------ ------ -
. ture by Judge \V. G. Ewing. them. A wall chart, together a WEATHER BUREAU REPORTED A I

? ject "Jesus Christ, and Redeemer blackboard: and musical staff have also -
; Physician
," at the opera house Sunday been secured, and the meeting tonight THIS MORNING. Meyer Shoe Co.Feet

ct 3 afternoon March the first, 1903, at promises to be an exceedingly .

four o'clock.: interesting one. -

+I There is no charge for admission to An increased attendance is had at The maximum wind velocity reported Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.TO .

each and the success of the
this service and no collection. All meeting by the U. S. Weather Bureau ------ -- -
l are cordially invited to attend and singing school is now well assured.A this morning was thirty miles, this
attendance is especially de- CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
hear a.good lecture on a subject s<> large fore noon. At 8 a. m. the wind blew ...SPECIAL SALE...
Take 'Laxative Rromo Quinine Tablets
sired at the meeting tonight.
deeply interesting to every body steadily at twenty miles, which is This signature JfflU t on every

NS The followers of this religion are the highest reported in the South to- box, 20c.Do fr i -AT-

few in number in Pensacola. yet greatin "For pneumonia, grippe, pulmo-
day.Last want a magnificent watch
reliance and they hope that their nary and bronchial troubles takePiso's night at 9:30 o'clock storm
for little money? If so, call on
t friends will take advantage of the Cure for Consumption warnings were ordered at Mobile,
d Stephens, the jeweler. He will ac- ER'S
4 pleasure, and the opportunity thus VISITORS JOINED Pensacola, Cedar Keys and Dunnel-
commodate yon. ToBRAWN
p provided for their benefit. IN MATRIMONYAt 1 lon. A storm of some severity was

reported over West Texas, moving ECZEMA, NO CURE, NO PAY.

(1 C ',y Musicale will take place at the Hrawner. 1001 North Palafox street the east Gulf coast were expected. PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure Ringworm,
Tetter,Old Ulcers and Bores Pimples and
i iidence of Mrs.x. T. V. Kessler, to- last night at S:;: 0 o'clock, Uev. Fred At 10:30: today the following was Blackheads on the face, and all skiD dis Goods, which it't now Arriving Daily.

't .ght at eight o'clock. It is huped Jones, of the First Baptist church received and observed: Southeast cases fiO cents.

' L mat those who have been invited will pronounced the words which made storm warning at Miami Jupiter 3000 yards of 79 Soft-FinUhed; I I 30 doz Men's All Wool Rod Undershirts .

be able to attend. Mr. E. F. Mungeldorf. of Cordele. Ga., Jacksonville, Savannah and Charles THE MARKETS. Bleached Domestic, worth 6c, to i worth $I, special c; drawersto
make room, at 4Ji yard. I 'match
and Mrs. M. K. Trigg, of Nashville ton. Storm over Texas moving north .
j a' 3000 yards Fitchville -1.J Bleached 47 Ladles' Readyto-Wear RainyOiy
= r I FEMININE FANCIES. I Tenn., man and wife. east. Brisk to high easterly winds indicated i Domestic worth 92, to make room, Skirts: worth fl. O. special ale

fL f The ''near silk" fabrics fur linings Mrs. Mungeldorf was a frequent this evening and tonight on at 7c yard. j 98 each.

, l4 have a considerable following. visitor here and was the guest of the south Atlantic coast. COTTON REPORT- 2500 yard Linsdale and Fruit -t 4I" ,:3Ladles' Rf-ady-to-Wear RainyJ" '
I ) Skirts
iy guaranteed wool
l tt I Mrs. lira\vner when the wedding took Signals transmitting the above to Bleached Domestic, worth lOo to I Imake I" wth M special Rale J2.J8 each.
room at 83e yard.
t i White maline has had] to share favor I place. A few friends were present shipping were at once hoisted. Reported for THE NEWS by D. F. t0 Ladies' Black and Colored

19 1 i with the dainty blues pinks, etc., and witnessed the pretty ceremony. Rainfall in Texas has been unusu- Lowe Co. 10,000 worth yards(5c 4-,4 to Unbleached make room,Domestic at,t \'H'\'II.(r! each.Skirts, worth (1 60, special

; as rosettes! at the throat. The couple will leave Nashville ally heavy today Avilene reports !Spots, 4l.c yard. I ..i7 I. tdlp mack Tailored and Fis'uid -

I tomorrow to make their future home 2.16 inches; Corpus Christi, 1.28; Good Middling..9 3-4 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand Sheet. i :Sirt8, worth $2 50 to |6, special

r Polka dots are in g.)(>d standing and will carry with them the best Palestine, 1.02; and Taylor 3.10 inches. Strict Middling..9 5-8 Jug, worth 18c, to make! room, at 13j gale 11.98 to $1.98 each.

r wash goods, silks and even the i>ol- wishes of the newly-formed Pensa- Less than an inch had fallen up Middling .... ............9 1-2 to 9 58 yard. 100 Undershirts dog Men's All Wool Camel'iHair .
I > worth I.fuJ -cialtl -
T $ )
1000 yards 10 4 "ppprl Bleached -p
I ka-dotted for whole cola Iriends. to 11 a. m. at other points, but rainis
net making Strict Low Middling..9 5-16 Sheeting worth :: !'s' make room, ; drawers to match, in White,
i gowns is very much USl."!. indicated in the local forecast for Low MldJllng..9 at 184'c yard. Red and Fawn colors.
THE PUBLIC MAY tonight and Friday, accompanied by 25 doz. Boy's and Girls' Ribbed
Tone Steady: 750 yards 10 4 Pepperal Bleached Lined
and Fleeced at
VIEW THE FLOATS. brisk to high east to south winds. Sheeting worth tic make Undershirts
I It seems imposible to get a fabric rUTUUES. to room, 25c; drawers to match.

v'u too rough or coarsely wU\(>1for the The Carnival Association has decided There has been no decided changesin March ...... ...... .... ...... ...10.0C at 20a yard.Remember. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and

up-to-date girl's shirtwaists; the to allow the general public to temperature except in the extreme May..............-.... .. .....10.04 we carry a fall line ofBOYB' Red All Wool Undershirts at 5fc;
Pants 3 to 16
I southwest. age, at drawers to match.
coarser the better it suits her i get a clse'Iew of the beautiful 1903 prices to suit everybody. I We carry a full line of Lane ,
.l This forenoon the sea was too bois-
I floats, and for that purpose have engaged NAVAL 8TOUK8 MAKKtn, 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Men' and Boy's and Girls' Shoes
r Do you like to see a wide turnover a watchman at the sheds to terous on the bar to permit of safe Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; that we taD save you 2oc on.
linen collar and a \elvet coat with I entry of vessels and but two fishing Reported Dally for The New bj drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full line
I arC\rd visitors every courtesy. All boats entered. These were the Union Naval Store. (Jo. 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's Clothing Bougnt at roc on
t:!; fl its reversefaced with lace in close relation ;, visitors will be allowed to closely ex- worth boa, special 35c; dollar. We will close them out at
r ? With a coat of this kind one smacks Lutefield and Daball. together KV81H. drawers tch.
11 looks for 'amine the floats with the distinct understanding WW __._$1 25 H_.--,? __12 10WQ ma just !ly price oS other merchants.
softer more dressy n ck- _
: \\car-on the waist. i that nothing will be bringing about 3,000 snappers. ____ S 85 O: ...___ 110 J
t s65 f____ JU
i Fringe .is really the fashion alain.1: touched, not even in the slightest You should not feel tired all the :jj____ s 45 E:._ ......... 2 00K We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress

way time-healthy people don't )'ouwon't ___ g :29: D__._ 2
We hear about fringes every little.! The sheds will be open to visitorsfor L-___ :* h5 C A balow__ S 00 Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
while, but this season we shall see I if you take Hood's Sarsaparillafor
the next few days, remaining so tin BIT*TnarzsT1aa-65bid.
it on waists sashes and skrits. utilized ; while.
wherever the good taste of the I until Sunday. This was decided a ACENTS FOR STANDARD PATTtRNS.

x artist dressmaker can put it with 1 upon on account of the many requests Tables of quality for the

V best results. I which have been received. PIANO DRAWING. Dining room, library, hall Remmber t tie Place F. /

THE WEATHER TO-DAY. i iLocu. iI VIVINA HAS BIG Ticket No. 170 drew the piano raffled and parlor at Marston 4'Quina's E. BRAWNER,

CARGO OF IRON ORE. by the Carnival Association. If -
I io5 S. Palafox St.
ti -ORF.CAST-RaID to-nigbt and said ticket is not presented by next

}'cIJ&)brisk northeast winds. I The Spanish steamship Vivina, Monday, Feb. 30th, another drawingwill ...THE... i I -- -- - __ _. _

Temperature in Last$ Hours: Capt. Rnz, which entered yesterday, take place. 21f-3t

, Mmlmnni______?_V"decrees i has a cargo of 4luO tons of iron ore CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS DR. H. MOCK
Minimum _______.__degrees from Santiago which will be sent to A Cure For Lumbago.W.C.Williamsof J.
Amherst, Va., ,
Temperature Elsewhere: interior points. The cargo was con- OF PENSACOLA
says: "For more than a year I suf-
Mill Max.: signed to the Gulf Transit Co.
._'t fered from lumbago. I finally tried Cordially invite yon to attend a

m U1arclt____ '_' iti StSS TO CITY SUBSCRIBERS. Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it LECTURE .. DENTIST. m

Chicago.__ ._ ..__ K me entire relief, which all
Cincinnati.Galveston. _____,ri H4 Owing to unforeseen circumstancesthe gave "
had failed do. .. ..
..-_...__'..._....52lo 60 was delayed several hoursin other remedies .BY.
paper all druggists and medicine 28% S. Palafox Street % Old Building.
Huron ___ _.- 31 Sold by Armory
Jacksonville! ____. _4SMontgomery. lid its issue of yesterday, and sub- dealers. Judge W. G Ewing.

Kansas City_____24: 8, scribers did not receive their copy un- Subject: Jesus Christ Physicianand CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Key West_____75 76
Memphis ____"_.__ 3J til after dark. It is promised that a If you want your office Redeemer, at the Opera House, PEXSACOLA, FLA.Oir .

Mobile __._.._.4v soi will not furnished to Marston $
____ H 64 like delay again occur. Sunday Afternoon, March ht, -

New Orleans., ? __..._.41 ft Quina's. They have an elegant .
York______ 26 Hot French Waffles with at i o'clock. L i au tiv u.2!
New 3'04I line of roll top desks rvetY
No charge for Admission or Beats; Oft
SarftnnanSt. __ .4S Louis __- 3. Solomon's. and office chairs- no collection. 5'3t, $ ColdtaOTjeD yC Vm2D I ZboL25C



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