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 27, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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Weekly news (Pensacola, Fla.)
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Writer Says Some Complimentary MISHAP. ;'.R.1It SITUATION. Joseph Scibarace Tells An Interesting Story of \ : J

Things About the Oldest Senator His Experience On the Ill-Fated Island I j J' '4

:Montgomery, Feb. 26.-The first is said that the warships may be ,

From the Southern States. I trouble that has happened to any cf delayed in their departure from Gal- of Martinique. l':

the local railroads during the carnival veston. From a special printed in .

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I season fell to the lot of the At- the Picayune that inference is drawn. .

S I'ecial to New York Four-amia-Half street, which name lantic Coast Line (Plant System) yes The special referred to is couched in New York, February. 20.-Joseph Long Island, and the trick of wireless i,!

Mr. Morgan contended} and reasonably Scibarace, the St. Pierre survivor, transmission will be accomplished. 4 I>
terday. the: following language:
was too long, too clumsy and 'I .. who has arrived here,tells an interesting Sending power eighty to ninety miles 4 !
\ .l llama they bC'Ueill I Train Xo. 23 from Jacksonville! due Galveston Tex., Feb. 23.: -The warships without wires, in any quantity required I k
absurd. lie picked out John Marshall story of his experiences at the .
t >::cl men for counsel." AtnipIify I in Montgomery at C:2o p. m. had a are still lying outside the harbor will be a small matter with V
the expounder of the Constitution time of the eruption of Mont Pelee, '.
\-- it in their sclec"i mishap. The trouble occurred at ,and may stay there for the rest the Tesla apparatus. Savannah V 4f.
as a fit person to be honored by having he being at that time a prisoner. Sci News.KATHRYN. '* ,
, I I'nitfd States Senate. Donaldhonvilie, Ga., 153; miles from of the week. No one is allowed to : :
a street named after him and he barace says he was put in jail for '.
: Morgan, ; is 79 years old and Montgomery, the last train got mixedup go aboard, so the people have quit
selected his own street as the proper slashing a man with a knife. Then KIDDER '
I i I. ie Edmund \\\ Pettus, is I with a log train that was going taking sails out beyond the jetties.
street to carry the name. I II he was put in the dungeon for fighting ', FAINTED ON THE STAGE.
in I into the siding. The engine and sev the fleet and ,
\. : \\-re Brigadier Generals I Today was pay day on .
Patiently jear after jear he worked with a prisoner. His story continues .
::t. War. IVttus was an officer eral of the coaches of train 23 were it is a matter of great regret-very Pensacola theatre goers will be in-
with the District Commissioners to :
,'. .: M\ican war. They are big, put out of business temporarily, and great regret-that the jackies are not terested in the following:
have the name of the street changed. "On the next day it got wry warm.I l
;'i. 4 1 men, with deep chests, Engineer Lot Alford received some given shore leave so they can spend Lake Charles, La., Feb. 23.-The ;.
Continued rebuffs did not bother him. heard the sounds of explosions, but
r. necks and minds that work ugly bruises though his Montgomery some of their money here. They are large audience which greeted Miss ; I.
Finally the Commissioners changedthe thought it was only thunder. Shrieks Ii
_ ... I i .tin lightning. They are deepd friends were greatly relieved to hear being kept cooped up, and the town Kathryn Kidder in "An Eye for An -
name of the block in which Sen- and cries followed the great noise.
;. in the law. that his injuries were not serious. only gets a bit of small change they Eye" were not allowed to witness the ,: }If
ator Morgan's house stands to JohnMarshall Then all was still and it began to
s. : I'or Morgan is now serving his Mr. Alford is one of the oldest -engineers had left over from the last pay day. entire performance last night. In the Ji l'
: Place. The Senator smiled grow hot. I thought the prison was
'.' fifth year in the Senate. It is on the Plant System, having Little of this has gone to satisfy middle of the third act Miss Kidder '. "
and passed on to something else. It on fire. Ashes and burning stuff began I.
ely that he will ever again en- I gone with that road as soon as the thirst for the reason that the naval faltered in her lines, tried again, !
had taken him some years to win, to sift through the bars.
deeply into a question as he Hanover Construction Company completed attachments found it difficult to hold staggered slightly, and fell heavily "
but he had won. "The pile of straw I used for a bed
V ne into the project of an isth- the Alabama Midland! from what was given them without any to the floor. It was so sudden the .'
The Senator's speeches sound vil took fire, but I stamped it out. Hot ,
ter\\ay. He couldn't. in fact, Cambridge, Ga., to Montgomery. of their money being spent for it. The audience did not realize what had
lainously. They appear to be mumbled ashes sifted on my head!, arms, and !i I
lives to be a hundred, forM book stores got more of it than any happened until the curtain was bur-
jumbled, disjointed affairs, lacking SEVERAL DESERTING back. I stripped to the waist, and |i .
claimed the advantages of other class of traders, for the tars 'ridly run down. Medical attention waS ,t
in coherence as much as they lack SEAMEN RETURNED.Out every spark left a scar. After a long :
ia route for twenty years seemed to want something thrillingto (': summoned, and it was decided that +t
in 'oratorical flourishes. When they time ashes stopped falling. I was sore j
nruclaimins them un- of sixteen cases in the mayor'scourt read. They did not pick out the Miss Kidder could not continue the f.i:
in the Congressional Record it and hungry: I did not know how long
this morning five were -
naval writers. .
fact that nearly all' works of the great performance. The troupe went on to I'
j is seen that this assumption is entirely sailors from naval vessels It is estimated that about 8.000 visitors I stayed in the dungeon.
.ors of the Senate are Beaumont on the early train, but Miss I'y
erroneous. The speeches in print now here and were returned to theirrespective came here to see the ships, and "Finally I went to sleep and knew I } "
in favor of the Pan- C. Kidder has remained at her room In :;
These C.
[. are clear and logical, a bit heavy, it ships. that they spent) about $5 each whilein nothing more until I found myself in

o. I,' Hubs, James Dineen P. F. Maloy, T. town. For that much the cityis the hotel today to rest, and will join !I' ..(
is true, but straightforward presentations the arms of the priest who had been ;
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:' M,',' --an is a slow 'I. Fries and N. R. Lee. thankful. her company tonight. '..1 'I
moving'l of the Senator's ideas and my friend in the prison. The father I ,
.t.. lie
I crammed and jammed with facts. had remembered that I was in jail, j' BUSINESS LEAGUE .1 j '"i|
.. ',' '1 ions; but he has
He has probably made a hundred VICTORIA'SPRESENTS ALFRED BERRY and alter the fire went out to save WILL MEET TONIGHT. {. .1}
.d.'ad I of his colleagues, ,
speeches in favor of the Nicaragua me and have me dug from the ruins.I .
.>. has in store. Years
I Canal. At the end of the Fifty-sixth was told that I was buried four days The Young Men's Business League f c h It

VV V rvUidy I considered the BADLY HURT at ,.i,
will hold an adjourned meeting I'
Congress he spoke with much feeling. without food and little air. I
i1:.'.- as foreign territory
6 o'clock tonight. Several matters of \
lie told how he had been fighting for --- j
t i 'I! a long time come }J''
will! be brought for action -
importance up
years for a Nicaragua Canal, and had DEWEY PRIZE MONEY. t ..
?:ates, Senator Mor-
said that he probably never would WILL BE ON VIEW AT THE ST. and all members are urged to at- ?tFtend. :.
.:v-: the admission of TOTALLY DESTROYING THE 'i
i talk on the subject again. Then he LOUIS EXPOSITION. Washington, February 23.; -The I, The reorganization of this body .,. i j.:
i i rntory. harped got warmed up and for three hours SIGHT Ot SAME. secretary of the treasury today trans- which is now being effected, will : |In

and out of season. ;
advanced reasons why it would be a mitted to the senate a letter from the place its business projects upon a fi i :.
.1 :. usance about it,
crime to dig the canal anywhere but London, Feb. 23.;; -King Edward Alfred Berry was seriously hurt attorney general recommending an much better footing. It Is the Inten- j!
:-. note when lIaw- i
ou the Nicagarua route. It was a will send the late Queen Victoria's last afternoon at 2:30: o'clock by appropriation of $94C,) S3: to satisfythe thin of the League to keep hereafter .'
.i J'1 1 r.tory. '
swan song, he said, but it was lustily priceless collection of jubilee presents suffering the loss of one of his eyes. decree of the United States supreme an open office, in charge of the secro- ,'f <%
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sung. for exhibition at the Louisiana This was the extent of his injuries, court in the prize money case tary where business matters can re j 1. j
!L tenacity, his catnd -
In the Fifty-seventh Congress the Exposition as his personal contribution but they were painrui. of Admiral Dewey and others on account -'ceive attention at any time, and It ..1;
his. unswerving
House passed the Nicaragua Can:.I towards the success of the ex Mr. Berry is interested in the of the sinking of the Spanish is thought that this and other chang- ..1.
-knunt. When he ...
bill Senator Morgan took hear. He hibition. plant of the Beek'man Lumber Co., vesels in the battle of Manilla hay, es in the plan of management will be -I'i, I

/'iipusitum he never
plunged into the thick of it again. The King personally announced near the railroad shops. About the which afterward were raised and II productive of much good. '
,: is: a hurt time to I .
this today to D. II. Francis, Presidentof hour named he converted into use. One half of the .
if Congress adopted! the Spooner com was standing near a ''A PECULIAR FORM I
\tt ten years
promise that left the selection! ; the the Louisiana Exposition, who, accompanied planing machine, which was in oper money decreed goes to Admiral Dew- OF GAMBLING. :
\ a:: what he wants
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route to the Prpsiac.r, but I f.-tvt'td by Ambassador Choate, ation and converting rough planks in- ey and the officers and men under his i fv.
after the most
the offer of the Panama: Company. was received in audience by His Majesty to grooved ceiling, The swiftly revolving command and the other half to the Mayor Jones said today that tho \.i
ni' a fight and always
Senator Morgan 3w l,1 gnmlj. at Buckingham Palace this knives of the machine suddenly navy pension fund. The request for 'heads or tails" performance Is construed .V.4
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I is right and the op-
When the treaty with Columbia morning. struck a small knot, which was an appropriation is made In order to to be a game of chance, and :"';.

Morgan; is not obnoxa came to the Sena'e he Ri.MieJ up his King Edward told Mr. Francis that wrested and hurled away with the enable compliance with the opinionof two black boys named Richard Fad-. \ ,11

.- He displays no con- '* .
loins and started in. The first thinghe he had been prompted to take this velocity of a ball. Mr. Berry stoodin the court delivered last Monday. man and Jim Potter, were fined $5 I !, L

.. who differ from him. did was to offer fifty amendemnts step by his keen appreciation of the the pathway of the small pellet Khmer'sSwampRoot each for indulging in this little game."t.. : : J
bottles of Dr.
carefullyand Sample }
:I u' steadily,
which the They tossed a coin and made a bet In i *i ii t .+ ;
He will lis- to the treaty an dto announce that he affection and respect and received the full Impact of same the great kidneyliverand .:-j -**.*

day. intended to talk on every amendment. American people always held his in the eye. bladder remedy, are being distributed the presence of Officer Benjamin who ;. ,
'., t.
his opponents
what '
lie said he would talk the treaty to mother and as a token of his intimate The deadly pain caused the gentleman bere from house, free. Have gathered them In, preferring a charge ; tJ
!lie will dispute points received one? 1 '
death if ho could, and he didn't care sympathy with American interests. to stagger but near friends rush you of gambling. '
n always courteously i 1'f
whether other legislation suffered or His* :Majesty: said that though nothing ed to his assistance and supportedhim. MARCONI MUST GO :a,
l Ij. No man is big .
not. probably would be more appreciated Medical aid was quickly sum- AWAY BACK. FROM MISSOURI. .j f it
"v, him from his chos-
his American and Canadian visitors moned and the gentleman was giv- -
Morgan was a lusty man in by the f ,
.'n he makes up his Copies of the first mid-ocean daily Quite a party of young ladies arrived .i ti''
days. His frame is heavy to the St. Louis Exposition than en the best of attention.It in New
.,position is right, that younger newspaper were reproduced at the Escambia this morning 1',.:

overwhelmed by yet. He is six feet tall and broad Victoria's reign. was found that the small fragment York on Monday. The dispatches had from a visit of several days to New ys
ay across the shoulders, although bowed Mr. Francis, on behalf of the Exposition of a knot had penetrated the been transmitted by the Marconi system Orleans where they saw the carnival 4 : ;;

here is no power on his thanks to King in front and to the steamer Etruria, and on just passed. In the Misses t 11
somewhat with years. He has a high, expressed eyeball, entering directly party are '
V his board of her they were printed for f
protruding forehead. His head is rect Edward for the promised exhibit. The embedding itself very deep, which in- Corrigan of Kansas City, Mo.; Miss .t*
believes in a canal the information of her passengers. On Schlafly of St. Louis, Mo., and; the .' ;it
angular lIe wears a little gray mus- King was most cordial in his reception stantly destroyed the sight of that of the New York -
the day some
iinius. lIe has givenv same Misses Dunne, of Kansas City, Mo. .J Jf

Those tache, at which he constantly chews of President Francis. optic. papers had articles on the newest They are here for a few days and will ;
v the project.
when he Is in repose. lie is attentive He was carried home a few moments plans of Nikola Tesla for doing pay a visit to the fleet of naval vessels i.i

ly have convinced him to his duties in the Senate and can Nearly Forfeits HI. Life. afterward and experienced oc- things with electricity that will make which are due today. This forenoon 'p.. i

r place to put the canal Marconi's performances look like the all '.
generally be found at his desk. When A runaway almost ending fatally, culists called in, but in their proCessional they were very busy writing j;; t f'
route. If he experiments of a school boy. Tesla is : J
:Nicaragua: letters home about their present trip. 1
folded started a horrible ulcer on the leg of opinion the sight can never be .;
he sits with
he is not writing building at \Vardenclyffe, L. I., a power i
that the Panama (I hands looking with unseeing eyes at J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, Ill. restored. station for the wireless distribution If you are scrofulous, dyspeptic, !.o

:5 in a week with a tea- lIe will sit for hours like For four years it defied all doctors Friends of Mr. Berry were very sorry of electrical energy. From the rheumatic, troubled with kidney complaint I. ; i .

tumid make no difference the carpet and all remedies. fiucklen'a Arnica to learn of his misfortune.One station on Long Island he promises to general debility, lacking ,',

has looked into the mer- this, but when it seems necessary to Salve bad no trouble to cure him. turn the wheels of Industry In New strength, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. ,: r'

make a statementhe Equally good: for Burns, Bruises, .
ask or
question -
routes.: He has concluded, Bottle ol Burnett's Vanilla Extract is York city, to make wireless telephoning .
does It incisively, listens to the Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25c at W. ,
of the doubtful and certain, to operate electric -
that the Ntca- 121 better than three easy Mr. James White will '44:
'icse years and then sinks into his chair A. D'Alemberte's Drug Store, t
answers few cents launches far at sea, and to run
kind. Though costing a '
> is best. That settles it. again. The Senate respects him, and South Palafox street. and leave for New York Sun : J
its and automobiles anywhere
more per bottle, purity great electric M

in an fashioned house with good reason. A Guaranteed Core for Pile strength make it the most economical everywhere. All that will need to be day. Any special orders <1:

Marshall place. The name Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding brand.ffudgiu's. done is to have the apparatus for entrusted in his care will .HI
The finest line ot umbrellas in the
t reel gives an index to Mr. Piles. Your druggist will refund your which electrical power is wanted "at- be gladly attended to. it
city is! at J. I. Stephens'. Go look it 1'AZO OINTMENT faili to cure 1
V I money Zest
"*.. character. It used to be i at them. yon 50 cent for $c. tuned". to the Tesla apparatus on JJ0. WHITE. at


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; Disease

Planting Cora. The >Ia" a(:amisml Road From Nesr
forkto Chicago.
A writer In the Iowa Homestead say i

TroubleOf that in North Carolina corn is planted The movement for the TmiMln? of a
Kidney from New York
in rows six feet apart and one foot in macadamized hig'nvay
to Clilccjco: is iiTtnialy deserving of
the rows and that a writer says 254 1

Long Standing Curd by Warner's Safe bushels per acre have been grown in ( fLC('ess. says the t'lcvclaml!: Lonilcr.

Cure-Many Cases Investigated that way. The Iowa man Is misin- + \lIrtLJ! that I U dt's-Ij: '- iiil t>> !ini>ruv<>

by the Editor and found to formed. The famous 254: bushel crop tr as t.t tIe country roads of any part of tn!

Be Completely Cured. drown in South Carolina years ago United States ousbt to l..> eneourased.

An investigation by the Editor of thipaper was we have understood, really two s Et fur the greatest obstacle In the way of for infants and Children.The .

of the many miraculous cures made crops, the first crop being planted early lt the Mii-cfssinl development of the azrknhiiral : Kind You Have Always Bought has borne
Djr Warner's Safe Cure has s<> impr scd u; and six feet apart between the rows, regions of Die country today flue si-na.;
with the curative powers ohbi:! great rnedi- and when"this was laid by another Is tbe di.'ficulty rsrH-ricncwl in travel'lug ture of Clias. II. Fletcher, and has been made under bispersonal
of these liitwsfoi
tine that we publish two ARE
for 30
the benefit of our reailcrs. Mr.J. Williams planting was made midway between liver the bighw;ys In certain seasons supervision over Yl'ars.IIow lit> lino

of 78 Columbia St., Detroit Mithfcan.: Ex the rows. The early crop was cut out YOU A of tie j ear. to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations an.l

"Brig.-Gen. Order Sons of St. George says: when glazed and the second crop cultivated DOMINGMOTHER' The movement for hood roads was "Just-as-good" arc. but Experiments and endanger: the
Fur I sulTi-red from kidm-yand bird I
der troubles and tried many di ctor. but and matured. The common giviu! considerable impetus several health of Children-I xperienco against Experiment.

none of them seemed to h.-Ip. Finally mj method in the south is to plant the tall i i t years ago, when a great army of wheel!

doctor had me try Warner's Sale Cure, growing corn six feet apart each way I 1 t it t ARE YOUEXPECTANT riders Logan; to clamor for Improvenients The Kind You Have Always Bought
Which helped me from the first d'oe, and
? and
and one stalk in a hill. Corn plantedin I In the highways much was ,
after I had taken three bottles I wall completely
1 Bears the
cured. )Iy Fenl'rallll'alth i-ilx'tu-i this way and making but one ear aoconiplKlitil in various sections of tin'country Signature of
and I have not had the ',tart.lckol! per stalk cannot: make a big crop even a I I FRIEND tl-roush: : the efforts of the

kidney or bladder trouble since. If any on strong laud. The great need of the makes childbirth easy by preparing the I! Iiifdnen's s organization. The eras.1

one recommend has weak or Warner's unhealthy Safe kidneys Cure."I heartily southern corn grower Is a proper breeding system for parturition and thus shortening : fur lih-yclo\ riding: has abated, hnwe\m-r.

Mrs. Lucy UaittT, of Newport News, Va.. of corn to a more dwarf stature, so labor. The painful ordeal is robbed of its I and mint forte in the j.l'oo.I roads aove-
who is 62 years old says: "About twentj that it can be planted closely. This terrors, and the danger lessened to both mi'nt has liecn lo>;t.
years a;o I was given up by doctors, wh has been done at the North Carolina mother and child;the time of confinement' Tilt- men back of the New York-Chi ,
Mid I W/1.i so far gone with Hrislit's: Disease is shortened the mother rested, and child
that I could nut recover. Dropsy was \\ehdeveloped. College Agriculture, and corn planted fully developed, strong and healthy. sago highway: project arc, of courw.Interested In Use For Over 30 Years.
I>r. Martin; of SyrariiM-. Y., in rows 3 feet 8 inches apart i Morning sickness arming I in automo'illes: cither asinannfictiTiT .
| or nausea .
( preseribeutWarners .Safe Cure 'onnt'ftillr. MC cr"TIU" C3Mra" rr auma.r erPttr. ".w NONN r.,,
and rather thickly in the rows mach or users of hvrselessvehicles ""
from is
prevented i! "Iii(
with Safe Tills. Alter takingtttretNdtlrsI I pregnancy by il\fe.1 _
1 i was able to resume work and by drives eighty-eight bushels per acre on upland As pregnancy advances, the enlarge and they canimt lit' said{ to lie _
cured. have totliankll'arucr'sSafe Tare that a few years previous would become swollen! and hard. Long i free from an inter stcd motive.! That

for being alive to-ilay." not have made over ten bushels with before the child is born they are preparing i I I sl.ouM make no difference, however.

t r' pain If you w bile have pav-ms pains? urine in your, hfficulty hark: or injasin ride' the ordinary planting and tall corn :\ for that the they secretion receive of milk.early It important :I j,! The contemplated' iuipnixemont, would ;, 91Wl, W. B. WRIGHT GOmPR Y

? it, li/i5iiie\ s, nausea, torjiid liter, yuuikidntvs with sindo: cars. Fully as much improvement 101' of great lienelit to the I unary, noel ]
Mother's Friend '
i the skin and !
are ilt'cad.. can be made in other seef.ens if nays and means can II' provided \ : l MANUFACTCBERS AS DEALKKS
JJ.KITlI TA.VD FIXD OIT.Pnhlllllp facilitates tile secretion of Life fluid. S IS
I S : ly a study of the whole plant as Undeveloped breasts hard-caked : the i rojert sIioiiM I* cairieil through. I -:\ \ t :: :
urine in a 11I'i or h.'I1ftl'r! it shortly -
I Laslltn..It: ) boursifitisarydi-hnrbrown! Indicated above.-I'ractical Tanner.Cuttl'ii : after delivery, are the result of non.I j, This country 'U2fbt some day to have I "' :i LUMBER LATHS

I 1 color if piirtidi-i! float al"! nlt in it, or if it i. I treatment, and likely to culminate in I as good country roruls ns are to lie ,, : : ;\-- ,
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I'r I cloud, j mi can n-t -nred jour kidney- : Mammary Abscess, from which so many fori'd In Trance. Germany: and otherliutup,4n !. .
are :iie>I anil unable! to lo t'leirwurk' : ; (urn. I, suffer with JIL I smn CYPRE SflI[iCIPS.lili4.
I; and if nut attended to inane,liately I>iv'lit'di There has bivn great loss in the feedIns excruciating pain and are left iiiimtrlev in which the Lndd I I, Jf rt:; !,t
| these organs permanently impaired.: ice of hiirhuays has U-MI carrii-d .
ilialiet -, rh'III11:1i'"I. S"Ut. uri"1
: value of (mIl. of
; corn by reason Softness, lia> and .
i> nlity C"l'ansiOllafC gi*-en taI -
acidiuD.inimaU'! for FLAt
1 :ler.fralt-tci.e-: seientiirally lnuytars.
dtlay in cutih':. I use a corn binder the mucks and sinew thus t'nnffint comfort
i! or urinary troubled will tlcMlvp and prove I lOll causing an easy issue of the ebll<1. TN it I : -
r fatal in a short tiut' and cutyhen many of the tops of the Of druggists$1.00. Our book "Motherhood" free. I I:1 -

ANALYSIS: FREE. porn arc still\ /;n'rn. JiM as soon as the I \Ht B.1ADFIELD: REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA CA.I I l'I"rlnl"nlir.:; Ail'i hood Pnpment

I It there are nnlt"lIIi; in Y"lIr case yon do husks are dry and the corn will keep I --- ---_. -__ i iI .\ c-iiM-rinient: is to III' tritnl with t! COAL AND Wi QD.WE
not understand, M-nii a iamji'p! lit' urine to i in shocks begin cutting.! If there is I "' 01',1 lloIH'lIIt'nt In r.rooKljn. .\\ sample .
the medical Kpartinen of Warner's Salt I The Coe of COIn let. on Ilonilx.In street or two is to K <"ivered with
doubt the of the
... any as to curing corn. EXPECT TO SUPPLY
Cur C Itoclivbtvr, y. Y, .lwllheIwl'letwill pluulikU has been A MUCH LARGER TKADF
countries the has been trcati-d with
analyze it and s'n,1 you repnrt aid advice I let the bundles lie on the ground aday Many army creosote
free, t
i which tlls all about di>ea-es of tlin rive is needed tonaKe! the shocks standup : bu.ldlni: ; iand uiuintainin! the high; amt cnduraneo. The Mocks
for kidney name.s liver. bladUvr and bluvd and fare except a little trine \\ajs. Tli'-re is m 1 army in this! country ans't up edgewise-that; I is, the..grainof SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW

; ; Warner's Safe Cure i is the only absolute I plant in check rows 3 feet S Inches for such a purpose but there is an the wood runs in the same direction

'j cure for all these forms ofkidneylivlrand each way and make shocks! twenty army of prisoners in every state who>clabor as in the growing tree-and they are Thompson Olsen Co.
;F, bladder troubles i t has brotisht: the Me! ;- hills Is so directed and has beet s>o directed laid on concrete in the same manner as < ,
square, or -In hills to the shock. '
.e jng (health to thousands thc usail3
upun > Set four for generations past that it I psjilinlt. The advantages claimed! over
t >i Of snfferins men and women. up bundles placing them well Manresa Street Telephone
Warner's Safe Cure i+ purely TPcetablo; apart at the bottom and tie the top; adds: little w nothiiiK to the commonwealth asphalt are t'ill'lIt.l'a\ lir.t.r.: ,'mlur.I a_ ,_ _. 147. __._ .
free from narcotics and other harmful drugs Marten directorof ante facility of -
then set up the corn eteiily all around. says iMfce. I repair and a trilling
found in many so-eallcd kidney cur!?. Jt : otlice of public roads iii'iuiricK. Thelal.or pain in cheapness.After ESTABLISHED 1863.
,e is pleasant to take and free fro III sediment. Wht-n tiuishr d. tie again;: as follows: I .
Beware of so-called kidney remedies With a rope hating a ring cm one end of these prisoners' pmpeily air I

+ which are full of sediment and of bad odor; draw the shock up tightly; then tie tilted and directed would be of great the Part. McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

t '", they are harmful.) It does not constipate."Warner's above the rope with !binder twine, afterward benefit and iuiproifuieiit' to the hi;.:hvrays What a pity It is that our learned ,
:Safe Cure can bo purchased at any ]
i : drugstore or direct in two M/ev-Me. and rtmoving the rope. If this and would add greatly to the anthropologists never discover that a o -OSALIB815-' 0

.k tai;{ fLOOabottle. Be sure you get" Warner's." work is well done, there will be no national wealth while at the saint man has criminal
;; +-i{ WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the down shoel, ; With four mules and a time it would lighten: the pressure of and Dose until after he has committed Ship Chandlery and General {iartee

i dir: boweL! gently and aid a speedy cure. good driver we cut eight; to ten acres competition with five l.ilmr; by withdrawing n murder! Oh. science! how many ,

tkf '! Refuse Substitutes ; they arc dan-: I a d.iy.-J. I). Clardy in .\ll1l'rkanrI- the prison la I Mir (rum the frauds are perpetrated In thy helpless! 60S AND 606 S. PALAKUX srnE T.

!.It.f:: .,.,.proll. Ask lorVarutr s, it will cure you. culturist. i manufacture of article! name!-New York 1', --AGENOV.! ....
'I ,I
'h' i and applying it to work not now p ' : .:< REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROE
r : .\nl...... Snperntltlon. I'or Ktnlillu-i Cnliliiiip Worm... nH'I-thlt is. the building of hUrliwa.s Palnle rulllnur. I GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A. RUHSEL 4 :
: ; BON'S FL'MFf
f f.J"i i'' There are many animals that the cuperstitintu Soon we will: have trouble with the : or preparing material to be uS11 I 8utrt'rer-1i0 you pull teeth without i I

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;r.t': Among them! may be nientioneil! a lady! sprarilg; dusting, sprinkling and Shnew I Dentist-el! \!, not always. 1 sprained SKS. LOOM, KTO

}(N iti binl :I martin a robin, a stork and a lurch binning will le in order Kerosene The cu; 'e--tion and'lipper nf I'rclH% moI'1 my wrist last time 1 pulled a tooth { 0. MoKeazie Oertin? Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Kenevolent Aaaociatioa.
(. gilderhili, to kill emuMon used with a will I, nUll it 1.urts me yet occasionally I .
money a wren sprayer
I firings to mind the fact that in the Mstory [ ,
: | Kill the worms and is otherwise harm i .
+} of footgear: in America it Its \ !It makes some men prouder to l 1.1' the
; less. Th aiiie may be sad; of Persian I
never been !"I elaborate nor so 11i.; THE GARDEN
flfco insect iioV.'di, tobacco friend .)f:1 rich man than it makes other SECTION
! : su'i" sl t<> lu>rad! death! mid siiixrstitinns powder etc.
tlnctly Trench as at present.klipjMTs ln'llill-! I he rich.CONSTII'.tTION..
fl' in this Hot water even at boiling; heat men to
. : dirc tion arc so nuineroiis ; maybe ; aid Inl'ut shoes are made ...t'I
\ that only I a few can IH mt'ii- | sprinkled on without damage toiiOthing laceatered silk ai.d velvet iinishedI I: o OFoFensacola

r'# 1 tiomil her". 1i l.i> must coinmoi'Iy but worms but if the wateris
c with jf'\\.I.I 1 onrtrnents or lu I jrnarlte I
civilized! Florida.
g Known i K the clicking \II' tupping ofthe tit or I,'uC boiling brat a sprinkling; Every p"reon U"f' soap ,
<. lllack: satin ties and j
J I slippers' and water to wash oil the accumulation
JrC K'ctlo caih'd d..ith! watih.vhirii nozzle should I be u-td that h.isery _
: .l | are embroidered with steel beads I Il i ij of dirt and filth from theIr body, I
: 4 I Is rci'ki' n-d l as :.n onu-n of death to line perforations! and the sprinkler j l These come ia; the colonial style with I but how many sui'ertrof con-tipa- Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus.
Some ono in till* l.ollf.Tin should! IHJ It'hlll t a distance of two anti .I..ol.a./.1 j linn think about the accumulation .
'r | theide tongue: oho with : i
, I;utI lmbiy <>f a dog at nibt m-ar a I a half to three feet. In passing in line j I Stoel. The I.ce co\ered slippers and''' of filth within their body, which i< | Beautiful Lots for Sale.

,'i liou-s" i MpiH, to I 1'1'I,lid tlo! death streams ]rum sprinkler to cabbage the :h.' sill underneath the lace should a hundri-d tiuip* more "cMrinn-ntal
J 3 of a --i il':1:111:11'\ as aho! tinsetting (,I'I' I water is suiliiiently cooled to preventinjury to food hp'ilth than the dirt ou the'
} 1 inatdi the funs.. Tie liish. yes ci. '! outjide., The i I i i 40x137 feet at from $75 to $200 each according
wate; matter of food I IpasfoS
to the The
n \\ l1it:' )pi.; '(>ii nn a house IH !I.S death: plants. gasoline! ,
i to I'III' ni iin the lintist', whili'! a,:lin.i I torch is probably the most ell'cctne I trl'llll'Iidl.'m'I'r.1'ith: Louis Ouinze heels are j jalso into the lower, which are to location and surroundings.
( satin and lace, andthe the natural -ewerof the liuiiidnsytcm.
old,I '.' and expeditious mcthud known fur I
nu s.:. tut: unions sllprrsliliuils --
itorkiugs matching the shoes ire If here tin's wj-te is ai-
runs. ":\<> j-iTsnii tan die on a Ud orpillow I killing cabbage worms, as the lime j I either ,'lab"'at.l'mr."I'r.1! ) or iui i loot to accumulite the warmth ofj\Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View,

, d }'i "-"-uuiuiug t'lio: fl'atI..rIt' a may be brought; in contact with the I Bet with lace niothes.: High i heels in I the body Ennui sets up fermentation j j High, Dry Fertile Lands.
% underside of the It'll This instrument
'i J!J white pig"oat. \'eS. nil sinus arc the order of the day! but i and decompo-ition gasses are form-1
That tla I xn.iuin; :; nf furniture by is largely; used by Market gar ed which are carried into the blood I

'ij)! rats pre.tgt: '; death 1 is tiNn a niinmmi6Ui tie tiers. ft'nsil.It'oll.'n' .. rot adapt them for | and circulated through the whop| ,. The grandest opportunity for investment ever
walking \Ill:)' ;. I'or negligte! wear
I ; ; j eystnu, and diseire is the inevitable
:" ">r: tire atlRKtive mules of! result
is (titn..idtr'rt! lui:Uy, while to nthprs Gin.enrt Culture.Ginseng .
mi-ft i I
11' satin black leather with eulnrcd heels I The best remedy for constipation
Is I'M!: rev.-1-.e. Fur instatuv, to is slow. Lion seed plantedthts and butterfly! IMUVS lit'.In't of tLI .. is HKl'ATICUIiA, because itmovps Home Seekers Should See These Lots.

; iiKH-t a sow with a litter of pig; s is very year you cannot get roots to mar I the bowels easily and I
I' Mine: tint still\ more: attractive H I ;, i naturally
hll'k)'. bitit i> iinluvky if a sow ket until 1 111. 1 without irritation griping or !
t'f.iJt slipp'-r mad" to match the uoglijre-; 'ick'i '7.ClubbsCorner
crosses tr.ivcK-r's path, '1'.. inert a The sit-d costs $Lu; per ounce, and 'I with fcliich it is to be worn. II ening. It gives strength and tone mSm rites

\vet"I! is lucky but t-Uoiild! a bare runnemss one fear loots cost lu cents each. to the liver and eventually cures ;
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;t1 t!..: road in front of you it To plant one acre a finit and one-half j Hold by all druggists, i Garden and Brie Streets.

H;' l OUlllN ball fnrtMK' each way will co..t i:::!.U"'. or fortytuiiiifs I A Thousand Dollars Thrown Aw:y. ---- -= 9GOLAY ,

'tt. of seed will co-t ?J'N'. Mr. W. W. Baker, of Plamview ,
.'"..sril the llodlr Too Iulrt.h. At the end of eight years lahorJItl : = =< J
Neb. writes
I President. ,
: "My wife had lung, Vlce-Pretld Cashier. Aii't t tfr
fI'J J I A\ill Low. tie paiiiter' told: a story: nfthe e\re, if pHI hat'XII'I luck and lust ;i trouble for
Latin iji::irtcr IIIJ of Kobi-rt LouisIteu'iisoii. no plants you will han ::,"MNI [xiuiuK | over year Wep I Grist and Corn Weal Mills I

" IJLV and StiVfiivmitro of loots worth s."i.riO per' pound if'j i' tried a number rf doctors and spent '

( Kist friend In their ) lIutll. Their I-riie )keeps up or l ,Tin. > over thousand dollars without any j {8. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop i, First National BankOF

fait niKb.ji; it"dfitl < otinurd! tri to the! Of couise. if you granthe; roots : relief. She was very low and I ]lost I Ij Manufacturer I

Unit' of IhTill' death. twice as thick as this! estimate the j) all hope, when a friend !'lIz e"tt'd'
; 'I' first cost will bo doubled and trying Folp}" Honey and Tar :
nS .." said {be ; le.. also the
i. arti-t \\IS no sfliplomatic'
which i did ; and thanks to this STOCK FKKO.fktrontie i .
pal..' t\ia! lira\'('. lie I could botiery. retun.s.I'imiro it i
great saved
remedy her life the Home Inlasuy for there II ,
' for yourself! what it will cotper I
: :11:0ht' fou'd'! also U' :'TH'i"lI.11,1 U stronger and enjoys better health nny n .on yea should yniir M Ulan( : .
f' }ear to keep an acre shaded nerdV itoekFe-dfrom the Home Manufacturer '
pacific- One iii''ht. 1 ri'iuciiilicr, we than< she has kcown
ever in tenyeirs. WM. H. KNOWLES W. A. nLOrr T. F. C.
1.'rby doing yon encourseborne Icdai- K. 1JVF
1 I Fat in a garden in )11'1I1I11arll"l' Th,' ed cultivated ;and walt'rul when neei's : \Vo shall never be without try. } oar money telettinthe commonltj
nil wine Iiatl ba ry.-.\mt-rican I;a nleiicr. ] Foley's Honpy and Tar and would lad you In torn are Indirectly beneSted D. G. UR NT.rmi ,

----- a-k tho-1t alllicted to try it." \\'. A.D'dl p loDterinr the home munnfactnrer yoc
1.1". and n'ie ni our party gut heated wnfliotetotbecnnneof labor. Yon ow
I Trt'atlU"lI' of seril (I"... tnberie.CASTORIA. 1t to tbecommiiQltyla which lire and
and assfe-shi'. yon
td Bisafe Z 3ail d, 3
Mm 1
"!"h "/>"'rth"t. o 'tnr OTl DDnrt, (
j "Fiaally ski'e coo said a thing that: Successful treatuieut of seed I (Hits to 4 ;tla

t this hehntg; dill} ..Ii"likt'li.1' soon us i, pre\eit! smut t.)' the use oi f">''u.i'i! ij v

4 tin words: \icrepnUeu he rablnsl u;' I are reportttJ from many quarter1 lie 1.- .:;;.oo -.iT
a IHII!,' ard huib"I it at the other'slioad. : solution u-ed has liwu I of 'u:.!'4411- (f .:;:S--We dray oar nn Kill ',f Exchange oa Gtent lU-li'.m; ,. lid, -

+ It "a* a i uvu'g. trti' shot and strengths-fr ill one to thr! ,i> omues u.t For Intants and Children Germany, Franco Anatria Italy, Holland i Hpain, Bal r inm RuFslavay.

\\oiiM Lace: hit the mark had nut St"oiiMin | oats are spread ui' iii a Iht..r and -!pnnkltil riiredea, Denmark:' and! other European:! countries.IJifebiraed .
rra.1ir.d Yea! Have Always' BcugtvNOTICK. : ARPEJhh .
JIll ---- --- -
"" >-.uii; ;: to 1k frt and ('auhttlt' aM! lueti raked \\ : ; nuganitn .
i.ik'-s anil ., EaYessel' ; : open th" :Most Farrrrblo Terre. and
EI-! -h.! "j; l'iik.1 :: "a.n'i
: 9ax;5 tact 7 .. Gbllgation.uTaker. Payable at I'or* < t aaurailon Ten cr Fl/teer r >
'rix-U the for three / .rd -
tour J
4t "Tut. tut. (InitstV he said to tla | l'I'.Wt' ci J after Vessel Arrireay there
.4:4 thrower: 'tut. t\!. If the In.ttle ispassed | times or untd tl.e tits tee tli"r''ugl.wetted .,.\ i. .c.r.t':" f

: -'\ i.uicUly.! IIOLI t'f us will bi and then with ho\cls Leap iii] i K "Safot Cgposit Boxss talc lent In Connerf-'cB'

S r ruble t.1 i-t.tnd out the l'rtilllh"ttw > for twenty-four hour Then sprtadi : l with which T/a harn a Priva partroent for the UEI
.. ",1 lrv
I York Tribune. i! of 1I..s its'
r4.QR. .
i! I have (
II been authorized to take wf
I j subscriptions: for Win.
"'rili"l; on )lrtnl I The I'a..y fill.DeWitt's Jennings

Talc .1 quarter of a 1 pound of nitric Little JoarlRIH* d,} Hry iu'3 paper "The Conmoner. KING'SNEW I PROFESSIONAL CARDS.wTcTROWET .
not weaken 'the The price U |1.UI' per year in ..advance. =
gripe nor :
acid and half an ounce of muriatic system. --
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Those de They <;
cure bill.u.tH'-', jiuudiee e, : paoei
ncid. Mix, shake well together, and it : con-tip uinii and in-ictive livers. b)" can have it sent to them by -erdin. M. D.

Js nsidy for use. Cover tilt place yti ivih !arms*ing the' secretionmoving the'bowf'l $1.00 to the undersigned. THAT COLD. ,
\ to mark with melted l..n'swas.: H. f. R\CHF Office 118.. I'aldol:
|' ;\ gently, yrt .erfi-ctn.illy: and I TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
When cold!, mnte jour in"l'riltit'u'1)aiul'l)1I ) giving: such tone and strength to the I, Care Daily X eW8. Cures Hoar from U to oust a. m. and 1 to pand 3

i'J' vawith a sharp ia
anent to u ,r the metal. Then apply) : i bowels that the cause of the trouble| STEAMER CAPTAIN FRITZ I Colds, Bronchiti", Asthma,

the mixed acids with a fcatlier.ire- :' i* removed entirely.! The' famous jj j l>ncllffioniaHay FeyerPleu- riiorao OC.

fully tilling each letter. Let it regain little pills exert a decided< tonic effect
j J. N. ROGERS, Manager. Physicians prescribe it
from one u ten mitiutos, according toappenriini's upon thf organs involved and risy, LaGrippc, Hoarseness, |

desjntl. than throw invater if their ne i* continued for a few ', will make reaular: trips between for their most delicate Sore Throat Croup andWlloopin : JOHN S. BEARD!
data there will b" no return of thetrouble. ,
Pen"aeola: Point Washington "
which stops the process and remove : > and I ATTORNEY'AT-LAV.
tat \ 'a\. Hari PharmaeJ'lhn' i Freeport. Leave ayln street patients ? Cough. i

tieppard Sidney Kahn. wharf Thar*d'ty af I 6 a. 0'. and arrive OLD and PURE.For NO CURE. NO PAY. I|! Office-:J09: Thiesen Uui1Offics '

at Freeport at 6 p. m. same d'tv hale Price 50c. and SI. TRIAL BOTTLES FREEI Hour?-8:30: a. n. to
I Leave Freeport Tuesday at 6 a. m. byDannheisser
v Luative Rromo and arrive at Pea*:irota 6 p, m. =aiDf :i 2:30 p. m. to 6:30 p. m.
.Quinine .A will ratcfcea: I
repair aria
I i fJ1I on every ,, 'day. Fare, round trip $o; one say.SC Bros. I ii ;jewelry in first-class your style. J. Iitepbens. .j!IAltbasior.e I all itate and federal cr
QIrcS.Co141D0aeDI.CripiD2D.'S(9.C.P' 5=3. 12nlni cntrustfl to DIM will '-
s* 'a'jtDOL 2 j Ii .. \ promcl: and diligent attention.t .
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tricai contractor and builder, -- 1i _Wide :
Road. Indicate Progrei
r:1 electrical work in first- '
.. : and Karrow Tire. "J
r'1 Vvle! aid at reasonable rates. yt/ IJI
cla: -c.1n'e; ft>und at 30 routh Palafox WITHOUT THEM. The subject of good roads is an all ,

Jie 203. American subject but it Is one which; t

:ieet. Ihone- The SBprrlBtendeat of the Rural Like should be of most interest to those sections A Wise Man "t1tshows

O J- STOn.ZA. Free Delivery SyMem OB the Ikeee.. which have given it the least at- JI JIl

t "n BciM.1 : alt,. of Building and MaintainingGood r a Comet tention. Naturally: the best built and his superiority over the man who 1t\ t

dJi .. .
iiIghwa- the best maintained roads are la districts "
Ii":;' As a postoffice official I am Impressed T his \ In the sky comes where there are many people! and is not wise, by what he says and what 1K' i
the of health '
want a nice present to give with the absolute necessity for tht \ to the weak and much stone. nut good roads -Jo not he leaves unsaid. 'I t

If irenj' a K> and look through the building: and maintenance of good famous remedy \ weary despon- come always because the region they ,

)'.* nt: Hue of suitable articles ate loads throughout; rural communities doesforthestomdentdyspeptic traverse Is populous. A region sometimes Uneeda Biscuit show their superiority r.

,- ".tVn*. ya Barely can findsIr. said A.V.. Mache'U general suiH.rintendrnt ach that which it \ curing ali becomes populous because there '.,
i'"n: to please yon. If yon of the free In isunabletodofor \ \ stomachtroubles i over common soda crackers in a !
; ; delivery system. itself even if but \ are good roads. Then, again, there are
rf-ure t.rchin 1'8?him ia the befotA Diamond YOU buy.line tn address delivered at the Minnesota slightly disordered: \\\\ anddigestive bad[ roads in thickly settled districts paper bag, by what is in them and what J. i

: to good roads ('Onwl.t ulJ. If our great or overburdened. \ \\ disorders.Kodol in districts where the roads ought: to \ .
and ostal service is to 1* \\1 is not ; .
expanding > ,
YOUR ORDERSt ] \\ tie good. Good roads in a neighborhood \ -
brought to that degree of perfection indicate result from
\ progress. They '
,rl & P"live for carpenter or \\liieh a progressive and enl'slitemdpublic : progress and they promote progress. The baker puts all kinds of goodnessin i : :ll

t.].:\,Iil: w.rk. Repair work ajrvGunther'sCandieHat has u right: to expect and which supplies I the naturaljuicescfdigestioriand They are both cause and effect Well Uneeda Biscuit-the In-er-seal .1i

.1 t. _ all of the iH-ople now demand, we \, kept highways constitute a theme
;; \ \ the famous red > !
must make hvprotcnients. does the work of the \ ,W 'X which hrs engaged the attention of Package-identified by I

One of the greatest advantages the Stomach relaxing the \\ I'' many mere persons in the last decade and white trade mark design-keeps all Jt
Soloocn s. rural service gives the farmer is the nervous tension, while \' than ia any l'rl'yllus one.

daily newspaper. This not only keeps the inflamed muscles \ '.,'\ ':.\ Improved highways have promotedthe kinds of badness out of I ; iji ijiUneeda

:Tf '! sft SfsPEARL y,r lk. him jio.-ted on current events, but al::o and membranes of that liyMVV i \'\\\ \ extension of rural free delivery! .
organ are allowed to |M\\\U\" \\\ W
provides him with important in- |
very rest and heal. It cures uWiM\ \ and this delivery has aided In the tieJS&tfsiiJJSgj .
foruation about the daily markets ;
& indigestion flatulence. :
which he must depend for the I, ,
upon palpitation of the heart.I "It 1
pi ices on farm },rOlluds. In the looajities I nervous dyspepsia and

l '1. at the corner of Gui7 which supply our great mnrktvs all stomach troubles by r

street* for cirpen- with cattle ami produce It Is of vital i cleansing. purifying and S
J I ,,'/Jrk.llr phone OW. Iriportantx to the j-hlppir to Know i I strengthening the glands. I BiscuitcJjIi
membranes of the stom-

AND PASSENGER I ach and digestive organs. SiSsk ._ ..'
SMILE fS p S ,
r 4i .-JPi.1

; Ai3 [33 SOHDHEWSHUE.: : I I ..4 'k I II Kodol Dyspepsia C i'e ... Z&iJe&faiCKar_ f--- i NATIONAL: BISCUIT COMPANY 1 t. '" :!;!

Dealer Can .
Your Supply You V
I Bottles only. Jl.OO S'ze! )holding 2'j times .
I II the trial sze.which seUs(cr SOc.
:i. .st. Andrews andCompiuy I I II Froirtd tj E.C.DtUlTT { CO.. CHICAGO. want a good piano tuner to'' WNNNI.IT ,-its5"
has fixed
-'hedule': and rates tow I II ._a__ stay in Pensacola, still you hold ) '

'11 I'euijcola and the back your order. Bend it in. I have 11::: ; i

.' .1' d: A BAR TO PKOSrEKTIT.velopment had 20 years' experience and have < '
John pardHargn' Pharmacy
SCIIF.Dl I'K. Sidney Kann. i of letter roads, says the worked in several piano factories. .: NiCK'S !

leave Pensa- Washington Star. The bugey was a Orders left at Johnson's book store t::
> Tarpon will I
!'tf< in. '<:
.1 frvcrv Tuesday; night at 8:30 ,-. I benefit to bigbvvajs. A road good will be attended to.CHAS..

:lik; aftf-r the arrival of the Mo- How to O;>en a Hook. I enough for mounted borsemen and W. PRESSLEY. '!" ',
bite train and the P. & A. accommodation MOCK OP THESE WASTED. Hold the hook with its back on a horsewomen, as so many of our predecessors -

tram. Thi will enable a [From Good Roads Magaiinejwhen smooth or covered table, let the trout ; traveled was not good enoughfor I

peron to leave Mobile at 5 p. m., to ship to obtain the best pricesor cKird down then the other, holding a buggy. Then the bicycle improved CARPENTRY nUTAUBAHT :

nake clo-e connection at Pensacola when to bold for a rising market. the leaves in one hand while you opena the roadways. A highway good : JI
:anJ reach Kt.; Andrews the next Heretofore the farmer remote from few haves at the !back then a few at enough for a buggy was not good ELECTRICAL ; .;

nioruiubrat7 o'clock. the market, had to depend almost en- the front, and FO on, alternately openIng enough for a bicycle, and thousands of ": -

1'\ "' '::SGlm, HATKS.Tl tirely on the market Quotations given ; back and front gently pressing wheelmen rolling through the country Ring up Pearl & Dolive, phone CGO, ..; I H
him by the buyer. Now he can consult the sections till reach the center did work for the liftternient C
campaign electrical
!:epis=enger rate from opui you i if vou have any carpenter or :
jri.ibpas follows: I the same market report every day (It the vi.luuie. I>o this two or of roads. They told the country folk I work you want well done. I( DAILY MENUS

Ti at. Andrews and St. Andrews that the buyer receives, and throughthe : three times, and you will obtain the and Insisted oa it, too that theIr roads ::

( at-$((5.00; round trip $10. 1 I same Ille lum. the daily press. You ; U-t results says I"kl'll I'-oukbinding were not as gunl as some others. This Comprise all the if

Apilachicola. and Carrabelle- may be surprised to hear that in many open' the volume violently or carelessly was missionary woik because it is a J. E. l iONGO1 ::: Date Dishes the Upto:1 t.:1 'r
t> round trip $15. places the mri1ng.aier reaches the
I in any one place and you will likely iiI 'flU1iilI1tifl of country life that a man :)II kets of the :
include first-ciass .
T -'e hands of the farmer ns soon as it does
break the back mid niu-e a start in the always thinks the road he lives ou is :III Afford.
tateroom and meals. the resident uf the large in which ..
: city
F i llf'r information can be seenred 1-avts. Never fane the back of the very KIMX! or at least not so bad as :::- "

ving at the company's offices i it is published. book.lion. some (it hers. Contractors an Buil ers ;.-.. -
I It without sayIng that the strvlee. ,
'fuie5en building.; goes As the bicjcle helped along:: the good :: -. Ii
to be ttlident and satisfactory, tn "MnUe Indian *' lniclie. cau!'e. FII will; the automobile or the Ladies' Private
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= i mnst In iH'rformetl with regularity and 1'ut a cupful of chuppcil ham in aChII1iflg traction C'nrria Automobilists want PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND j .

FIPARKER'S I I punctuality. livery one will see nt once IMI\\I or mortar, with two taLlcsponiifuU better road ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT Dining Parlor.j '
I that an efficient service is only possible of ,1'I'lIl1t"IIuUl'r. a dashif
c ( should little by \
llv farmer help a
nantft ud braiufita the htfc1'imiotc ery SHORT NOTICE. .-* .< .<
wi *Full 0 Ituuriftnl to lieatore growth.Never (. I over good roads; over bad ones It cannot paprika a t.ililespoonful of IndumeluitiH'.v using broad tired vv hf*,Is. These w bet,; \ .

tEL. li Hair to it* Youthful IrayJ. be maintalucel.Investigations :It tablespoonful l of vinegar roads but First-Cla Work Guaranteed and I t" ,.S;
\ Cum ..->lp d....... k h...lailiuf. I not only do not rut the helpto ,< .
\r..:_.. "....nd'I".oI I''f : have shown however, from jircpared h-irscradish; and a ta- maintain them. A broad tired wheel References Furnished. I Regular Dinner Daily. &
-- that portions of at least one-third of lll', .plJouful of finely minced chervil without ri
] ought; to bear more weight -114laST IXTEXDI:XI.\ ST.CHOICEST *
the 10, -- -- -- -- -- -- :
laid over bad e>r inferior mads. Today thin slices of bread. I Th'-re Is no more friction in the use Short Orders 1'romptly I ,. I
LODGE DIRECTORY'KNIGHTS the condition of : of ., '
unimproved many of a broad tire on a smooth road thanin 1 : 1
our country reads forms! the one great Hun to Henotnte Chain. I -OF- I, Filled. Night or nay ) .: ,'
the use of a narrow tire on a roughone. : : ;
obstacle encountered In the extensionof To renovate willow or rattan chairs 1 .,
A committee of automobilists. reporting -
OF PYTHIAS. the rural free delivery service. The that have become soiled with age and recently on New York roads f ERUIT ANDCON1ECTIONER ij ( l'AT If It's HomelbiDK: Good to Eat Syoulbtiyou'1I t 'it
of the two or three off bit of dust in all
PCnMabI4 L xl :e. No. 3, K. of ln experience past use wash every said: find U at t f fI
years has so thoroughly convinced the the interstices and with a soft, longhaired createripensve
InH tevsry Monday evening "It is worse than n tless -
at 7:10: at Cattle ( nil. department that the success of the brush tint the entire surface and valuable highways onlyto Nick Apostle's iJi.
In the Klonnt Watson service, the ultimate perfe-ction of Its with oak green stain sienna or sienna ,
Haf'Ung third floor. have them cut to pieces by the use 0. APOSTLE'S .
S i'I
..._ welcomed J.A.LYLE. (It the roads that it now exacts done with great care so ns to cover every hauling of heavy loads in this state. 14 East Government St. .tj
from petitioners for the service nn of the surfu '. This treat- ,
-io H, HORSLKK C.C.K. particle (( When you have got a good thing::, it I ,
K. & H.I : agreement on their part: to improve the II silent is suitable fur willow because It costs money and you must take care of Formerly Cordova Restaurant 8tan ,1 I',....

roads or to see that the proper authorities will take stain, but rattan, which is 'A" .
it and change your methods! to maintain One car-load of Pineapples at 11.71to ". '

),mi"m IiiiL' No. I.'I I will do so. I i less porous' requires to be painted or it. Wide tires are of the greatest $2.00 per dozen. -

,-., The federal authorities are, bf ('namehtI.hlotht'r stain or paint is value in preserving ordinary dirt J. N. ANDREWS 'J'l
'\'enlolIt 7:10, at I ------ --- ----
I'MaFox, and arden course, jMmeiless to force those charged us -d, varnish heightens the luster. roads." _ _ ,
4 tM'fmliiilly Invite; with the construction and maintenance ."
A' 1 A' i,mi Joiishov C.,0.i. of roads to comply with these How to Keep Milk Sweet.A One Minute Cough Cure gives a ** Headquarters for 0< :I

L I.. ,t" revjue-sts, but they have it within their tiny pinch (If carbonate of soda or relief in one minute, because it kills:
These tiny Capsules are superior SEWING MACHINES.REAL
I>ovver 'ItI1IY time withdraw tho I nit put Into tho milk as l'Ol.n as it arrives the microbe which tickles the mu- .
Balsam of
Ititlil, hip Ii. t. I'. N.I jo. K. of I1 rural delivery! service from roads over will help to lren'lIt it from turning cous membrane, causing the cough, Copaiba 1"
,' which its oiK-ratiou is Impeded epr rendered and It it inclined to and at the same time clears thejphletrm. O-'bcb ind Injections. 8 ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT
P- ">!' .1 i :\<) :SI, Kntiht9;: of sour seems
t They in 48 hours the
I draws out the inflammation cure
S 4', 'n i '- ,'\.ry lliur-ilav even- ,
of tho
I Inipossille: on account turn niul is slowly heated to nearly
I'k. ,'i their t nMlu Hallon and heal and soothes! the affected 'iL' .1ytw'S, .lthlJ IncllL'on lt: South Palaf.ix Htrpft.INSURANCE !: .
; il-Untion Lick of attention by the state or county boiling iKilnt and a pinch (If carbonate I
tiiuldingbouth- parts. One Minute Cough Curestrengthens 'I.., :. 5111111(' %i i nTI i* *
.11.Llill.\. and i. irden ktreets.uur. authorities. Only in one or two in- of soda then ttirre-d in, the sourness the lungs wards off ,
.1 clln'ully'Il'omod.. '
I:. \I..OS. I I stances' has the department been eora- !I will disappear.i Some' people also add a pneumonia: and is a harmless and TA Wauu M{

'v\-U. eid '. i t.. I 1 pt Hed to resort to this extreme. III tiny pinch of sugar. 'never tailin"' cure in all curable In Kscambia County Circuit:Court, state ;. I f <
I almost every instance its reNjue-st is cases: of Coughs, Colds and Croup. of 1-10rllla-ln Chancery. is-,

promptly compiled with by both the How to Do I'v \uiiklns.The One Minute Cough Cure is pleasant Zenia 1'. Kyun \ t .

I. O. O. F. road supervisors and the people. In rrcnth way of doing; UI napkins to take, harmless and good alike for vs.William H.. [) J i
and othtr table linen is much nicer young and Old. Hargis Pharmacy, t),
this way a strong impetus has been John Kidney Kahn. On Mondny. the 4th day of Mav. A. 1). I t
IVnsae-ola l.ltZe :So.I given to raid improvement in Indiana than ordinary starching.: Wash in the Sheppard, ; llfctt,the defendant William Kynn Is requiredto AND
,:- -1.i' ,..".'>:1'hUriliy' West Intenilencla.....nlnR at .ttreet.::.) at Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin and Illi usual way rinse and blue, and then herein.appear to the bill filed against Mm REAL ESTATE 4 .; '

-. !'.ren Cordially In\lt.L nois.! while veryrut Iron with n'l'ry hot This order Is to be published once a week ,
.JoiiANsuS, N. U. Iron first the side to throw for eight con ecutlve weeks In THE OAILT No. South Pilafox Street. i '
establishes on
.q-. !S'X' 'ertary.AMERIC4N lcfore the department rong up NEWS, a newspaper published In said )!;s- : :
the free delivery service in cities entitled the pattern and then on the right side HARDBRICK cambia county. .

to It under the law the local au- I to polish. The linen should be perfectly Clerk A.M.Circuit McMlLL\s Court., \\i-,

GUILD. thoritle's are required not only to number dry; when finished. Iy the woy, the fSIAL) By H. H. HCRTON. l>. C. Partial List of Desirable Dwellings 'I.

the houses but to sidewalk the best parts of old tablecloths, if I'tmsBeola Klft., Feb. IS. liet.\ fioaww for Kent in VariousParts 'it.:

IE !1"'n'SI'"la" Chapter No. 007. streets, po!'t the street names and to bcmmeel, make excellent iwliihcrs for Fort Barrancas Fla., Feb. 21, 1903. of the City: iiS J I
.A', v I*. LlXDBHSTRCTII properly light the streets. Why, then, silver and .
vr. oovernor.M. -Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will J35.QO-2U- tory house containing 12 room, :
.... should it not insist upon a reasonablygood be received until 11 a. m. March 21, ail modern conveniences bath on ftr
road over which to extend to the to Itrmoie Varnish StaJni. 1903, for constructing plumbing, beatIng upper and lower floors corner lot, ,
nice yard and ,
shrubbery liable
K, OF L. farmers of this country the greatest Varnish stains may be removed from and electric wiring one Lavatory, houses, etc, >o. 71. East: LaKua on'f J I

benefit ever :given them by the gov eminent the hands and also from the brushes also plumbing one set officers quarters street. ., 't
(35.00-S-ttory boarding house S
lAlcai .t.-.9flbIy No. 1503. sine Its foundation? When our with which it is applied with spirits of and one barrack building Fort :25! roomt known ai tkn containing I'once de 1: .

.. '01 v. :tty in each month farmers come to realize that they cannot wine. 1'irst wash with n little Fptnt AL1\TAYS\\ ON HAND McRee. Fla. U. S. reserves the rightto cia Leon street.bouse No. 110 East Intenden- .l : .

M. W. 1'.11.TIIA RP.W. have rural free delivery as efficient and then after wiping with a rag wash reject or accept any or all proposalsor l.OO-A desirable J-story modern dwelling i.. '
.NNELU Secretary. as the service enjoyed by their city thoroughly lu soapy water. any part thereof. Information 7 rooms, moil desirable tattoo ol lbs '. >
furnished on application. Envelopes city on a corner on the street car i J.-
unless the roads are ; line,No. ( '
cousins country North Barcelona street. .
Use Matting In Summer. .HALF. containing proposals should be marked I HO.00-Large 2 story dwelling m i- .
The Beer put in condition to make Such a service Matting is dirty and expensive for S "Proposals for Lavatory and fronting Jot'VllJetquare So.SM rooms halt! ii ": iVvf f
IIl'sihltthey will not only insist upon however Plumbing," addressed. E. COLE I Government Strpi.I "'
For -
continuous wear. summer )Comfortable
r new S-itory modern
the iie-cessary road Improvements, but -TO- Q. 31.Feb. tl i
who dwelllnRlIroomlverydeilrabI8l"c-
desirable. Those .
it Is highly i l
That will no doubt willingly; have their l-3-3l-5 Mch ui.iairn tion of the city, situated on North ; ,
Made have carpets cannot elo better than to ._ Haylen between blrong: and itettotostreets. .. ;
: taxed for that ;
lands purpose. --- --- .
follow the example set by Stephen l ONE MILLIONGet I. ;I
$ : good order with .
Line Ilond nth Tr...*.. rard. Each spring this worthy business 8 rooms three doors from the belt i :.

Ulm tn FAM U The matter of planting trees along : man had nIl his carpets taken up >line o.2lu, bas>orth gas and Barcelona water Street throughout, ,' : Tt;f

the roadside Is receiving considerable the Louse leaned and the floors then 130.00-1-story:: dwelling rooms, city water,' 1
covered with matting. The carpets a aV bath gas, with large corner lot.Ho.4C2 'k"c
attention, and the plan should be universally Our Prices BeforePurchasing. Weil WrIght street. : \
-ISVICTORIA- adopted. A law is already In were thoroughly: cleaned and wereplan'll $15.70-l-story( dwelling. room, lIewly| pa.'J
in hogsheads for storage till erect and painted throughout oa .
I force in the state oteW' York. says
belt line No.**East Gregory street. ,
Good Roads Magazine, and its progresshas fall. U5.00-1-slor) dwelllnsr.clty: wat rand bath, ;
7 rooms half Hock ol ground with ; ;
:3lAnE! m- ACME BREWING CO.II.r been' gratifying. In Pennsylvania A Combination Jeii. beautiful shade trees, >o. TiM" East \ f
: the last legislature passed a law which A housewife who has tried it says V Cen-aotelltreet. S .- "
lO-CINT BOTTLE BEER $1L5O-I-stOrydweilingN415Eas5 ,
provides that any one liable for road that a delicious combination lly is ry sireet, room, 175 ''y papered sal > .. q
IN TOWN.D&NNHEISSER. taxes "who shall transplant to the made by cooling: a half peck each of I -- painted. S ", .
Capacity 50,000 Daily East Belmont reel, 8-rooro :
BROS public highway on his own premisesany apples and quinces ana a quart of cranberries II cottage city water, newly painted
fruit, shade or foist trees of suitable together until soft after barely In perfect order. ,'

\I\TS: FOR THE CELEBRATED size shall be alloby the road covering with water. Strain and toevery J10Jft-house'.o.luu In North good order Alcanli with strhet.6 room a new .- 'i.

supervisors an abatement of his road of Juice allow a scant hint 110.00-No. 1101 Last! Belmont street, cltr :t'.t )
I.. f Harper Whiskey. pint water, a neat 6 room cottage newly
taxes $1 for every two tress set out. of sugar then proceed as with other McMillan Brick Co. slated .nd renovated throughout z;

f __ It Is provided in the act, however thatno jellies. It is delicately flavored: and a C. R. TAYLOR, I t.O>-No.papered tin East 4-rootu LaKna cottage street In,good a neatly call'f- 'j
abatement be allowed fortoee plantIng j
beautiful pink In color. dltoo.large water.
\f..I" House-4018.' Palafox street. ; In excess of a fourth part of the Pine Barren, Fla. Artistic Shoemaker A large list of smaller dwelling*, as well ., II
.R. annual road tax. A fine is also provided as a number stores and offices bit KKM. '.
Kxehange-Orp. Union Depot.p for in ---- FiNE WORK A THOS. C. WATSON & CO. :
cJseIDY person destroys or SPECIALTY. -
0. Box 2S1. Pensacola, Fla. Injures tr)*" $ w<8 thns! planted. I LaDtive'Do Quinine.J.4-- '" Uallcz Real Estate Rental and Insnrar .I
Pboce No.23. 9 South Palatox St. Agents,1 Booth Falaloi tre". !
Phones ac t'
-- ... 116-2C8. Only lOc week for the News c.aaColdIaOaeDq in 2 D.ys.
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tion; may they live long and give us FLORALA LETTER. I Oldest and Largest

many more as successful as this one. Hair Vigor Agency in
( Correspondent of the News.: ) West Florida.

The Tribune has one of the most Florala, Fla.,,Feb. 25-The Central Ayefs Nearly eve knows

sensational sensations that ever hap. of has about restores ESTABLISH
Railroad Georgia completed : ] S When it is publicity how it always color .
pened. given
IANred at tile Post Office at PeDeacol& its line from Sellersville to
Hi.'IOODd-clalllDaUer. it will even make the dry bones in
and checks falling. i :&5fiS:
well kept graves rattle. Just keep a number of camps between Flora-

OFFICE :-? "'', Building, I11J4 Bout!I quiet and look out for It is coming. I Ila and the river.Preparing .
,t tUIoz itreet. np-itairi. BFOS.INSURANCE
-Tampa Tribune. gardens for early plant

THE MEWS PUBUSHINC CO. Let her come; no one will be jarred ing is now the order of the day in this HUMOR, OF THE HOUR FACTS IN FEW LINES .

very much by anything that hap- vicinity.

pens in Tampa. tickets Follf Prepared The average New Yorker pays $10.44
Terms: Invariably in Advance. Twenty-seven were purchased -
"If I ever po out after dark I am street car fare a year.
.M TNt by -K 00tU for passage to Pensacola yesterday
Months .. _. _._._.2: 60OMtTMk. Mr. W. 0 Butler, cashier of theo fully prepared for holdupa""Indeed The cost of producing sugar in Cuba

.by Carrier Payable. Monday 1Idr.Aieiny Chipley bank was in Graceville two ?" averages 1% cents a pound. AND
August Vaughn is now in his new "Yes, I have a gun In each of my The world's population is
weeks ago on his return home froma
Rates furnished on Application office an dthe depot just finished, is overcoat pockets and a police whistle about 500,000,000 a century.

big meeting of railroad capitalists filled. hanging round my neck. If I see a suspicious Three thousand men are employed In REAL ESTATE

TELEPHONE NO. 118.FEISAOOLA which had convened in Columbus. It is the general opinion that the man approaching me In front tie Aberdeeiishire granite quarries. ,

The object of the meeting was to and nm pretty sure his confederate is
Louisville & Nashville railroad will Alsace-Lorraine is one of the best re- 30!) South
NCa construct a road from Columbus via coming at me from the rear I am readyto Mr.-et.
i have completed its extension from cruiting grounds for the German army.
let the first ruffian have the contentsof
Eufala and Graceville to St. Andrews
UNION BE Florala to Opp by the first of April. the barrel right through overcoat False teeth were among the prizes Phone 22. PENSATOU

Bay Fla. Mr. Butler spoke very favorably Mayor McLaughlin has disposed of and then whirl around and my let his raffled for at a recent bazaar in Mout- FH.GIXKIAL .

of the contemplated enter sixteen lots to some parties of Milwaukee confederate have another barrel before rose.Windsor -

FEB 27, 1903 prise and our people are elated over and it is learned the purchasers he can get away." castle has been providedwith

its prospects. It would indeed bea intend to erect several resi- "That seems like a good scheme. Do an electric carpet beating ma- AGILMX
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great boon for Graceville should she dences and a big hotel during the you go out after dark much?" chine.

"The Parker boom seems to be be so fortunate as to secure the road. "Xo. I never go out after' dark."- Tottenham, England i1,? to be provided The

A political snowball gathering sub- Graceville Gleaner. summer.Dr. Cleveland Plain Dealer with a motor fire engine costing i Equitable
R. L. )
Miller formerly of this
stance as it rolls. says the Mobile $37,500.
/ but later of Laurel Hill has de-
Register. Snowball is good but is It was P. T. Barnum who said the I'at'a Retort. Consumption causes the death of four Life

suggestive of a need for cold storage American people like to be humbug cided to permanently locate here. An American once asked Pat to show times as many negroes as white!! iu Assurance SocietyOf

before next July. ged. P. T. told only a fraction of the The Jackson Lumber, Company has hint the largest hotel Ireland could New Orleans. the United

truth for he should have included the moved its mercantile business to boast: of. Tat takes him to the largesthe Berlin Is to IK provided with a statueOf States

Lockart. knows General von liooii who reorganizedthe iiENKY i!. HYHI Founder
The Tampa Tribune says: 'Fivolr whole human race. But the Ameri- '

( six good commercial job, and threeor can government has undertaken the Mr. Michele Lurie of Brewton, Ala, "011"' exclaims the .American "this German army. '(Strongest in the
is here prospecting.Mrs. hotel would sit in one corner of some Large: numbers of swans from Itu ha World"WHY
four industrious newspaper print task of preventing this humbugging "
of the hotels In New York and north
fierm-iny are now wintering,
W. W. Faulkner who has been -
ers cant find steady employment in business in the United States. It as Just as they three at the door comingout :: on the Swiss lakes.

Tampa." Prosperity must be entrenched quite ill during the past week is improving they two horses drawing I NOT THE BEST ? tI
1 sumes the right and claims it to be +i saw a Near Tiverton, Devonshire, there is ::

in the Mushroom city sure its duty to act as guardian over the at this writing. large puce of iron (about twenty feet). to be seen a blackbird with a white i i i -
I D. Hughes of the firm of Hughes " is that fur:" asks the .Ameri
enough. : head and
people. says they shall not patronize spivLKi byik. i

so called Christian scientists and I Bros., is in Ponce de Lwn this weekon can. Granite laden trolleys! are Iieins used j; THE>> 1\1EnG\ < "Oli, exclaims Tat, "we're buildinga
The citizens business. :
hustling of Min-
Hay to test the
faith healers, bet on horse races or stability of the new footway '
ette in Baldwin have The large furniture house of \\". H. nt'l1 lc') in the next street, nndthat'
over county, extensions at London bridge. \
elections buy lottery tickets .. the poker."
won out in their court house squab get-rieh-quickschemes, orrisk their Jones at this place is now completed, Strong protects are LIinral!; in j TRANSFER GO

ble. It seems they were just too and a car of furniture is expected for India n;:ninst the abandonment of the i
money in games of chance because I Wanted to lie Sore. I
him dumdum bullet for frontier fighting. ifart !I Having: been awarded the .., ..
allowed they are being humbugged when theydo soon. "And you're really a lord?" said the for carrying the U. S. Mail oetwithe
of the of the ridden
mane charger -
W. 13. Cockroft of DeFuniak is in
maiden. L. & N.
Uuclo Sam
Now should
so. why Depot and Post Of
' by the Luke
ping-a case of kidnapping, so to want to spoil all the fun? Why should charge of the Florala! Stable Com "Of course. Do you think I'm an battle of Waterloo Wellington has been sold at the in I and also the exclusive ba ip) !sirs

speak. pany's business. impostor:" I legs on all trains entering th, ,, :-h
lie interfere if a fellow wants to send London.
r Henry Terry is now placing the tel- "No; oh, no, but papa says one can't I we are prepared to transfer bag: '.I,rand
lrsHelen'ilman's Post a V. to One hundred and
pay steel
fifty wagons pas-engeis to and from ai
{ be too cautious \
The news comes from New Orleans in Florala these! days. Woublyou -
for information that wouldenable him ephone poles position and mind each of lIIIMMaittntls capacity have j tell residences and trains dot )1
. bringing me one of those abstracts -
t that while Admiral in
was will soon have a good "talking" ser ,been ordered iu Leeds!, for nigh
to locate a gold mine? Why not let of title 1 hoar so much aliout
t that city in attendance upon the car vice.J. South .
him go dig wherever she might tell before I give you my answer?"-Chicago Africa.Some prmnvt & Reii361e Service Gaarant! t
an ardent admirer put the gallant I
i him tot in fact why don't Uncle S. Brown of the Clutter Music 1'ost. of the employees on Sir Itcd-

hero of Santiago in nomination I House, and Sam Rosenau of The Lewis vers Uuller's Devonshire (England) estate We also) conduct a Freight IViv.!
Sam mind his own business and let
for president on the democratic Bear Co., Pensacola, both continue Ale Opportunity.Vv have IHK>IJ iu the same service for ery Huines-haul pianos. gala,
the people be humbugged if they like i machinery and furniture at Rea.;
: ticket. The incident may lead to important it? to do a good business here. over fifty j ears. i able Prices.Telephone.

results, for Schley would Prof. J. Burlison, who has boon To pay for the reorganization of the ''I your orders to F, I II 11
Korean army the government: has decided Pou's Livery Htables. .
have C Phone -
a strong pull. il.1
Msterioui Circumstance.One teaching school near Rye, Ala, is in I "
'y to put nn additional tax of $1'0 Mrs. H. H. Hallmark1. Ke-idr:

Remarking about the prospective was pale and sallow and the town this week:, visiting relatives. per acre on land. I Phone 354.MERCHANTS.

other fresh and Whence the Quite a crowd is expected to go to fifty dollars Is to be given
rosy. every
iy.k1 marriage of Miss Thaw to the Earl of
dilTerenctShe who is blushing! the Chat au qua next Saturday.Mrs. 51 Russian'! soldier and sailor now on the I TRANSFER CO.
f Yarmouth, a gentleman of this city
< with health u-es Dr. King's New I Hurr, mother of Engineer n'tIIHt who served in the Hu*:;o- MRS. H. H. HALLMAKK. I'r.,.(p.pantry .
j l was asked, "if a lady did marry an
Hurr. of the I..s X. came war twenty-five years aj'o. j jAltout
Life Pills to maintain it. By gently corps up
r Earl what would she be?" He : HALLMARK:: TelII'(1'1 A.t ,
? the today! from IVnsacola where she was 47 per cent of the men anncally ,
arousing lazy organs they compel -
thought a moment and then, unableto etdReii! pass into the liritKh | L..t\Rlt.t'o.P.andP.l'
good dire-tion and head oil con- with relatives.! She will remain here
answer the question correctly) replied f ,, reserve titter three years' !service and i
tipation. Try them. Only l&e; at for some time. a. II'
that she would be a "darned about 40 per taut after seven Sears'service.
v W. _\. D'Alnnbeite, 121 S. Pulafox j I Mrs Dr. Trammell awl children are I It Tin:
? fool.
y, '
N street, Dru;;:;i.t. | iiling relatives in Mobile It has boon decided by the I'.Mjrian;

I "t nclo Ilalhe" Cavvthoa, who has goveiTini'Lt lint to work tl.itat<> coalmines IJMl&v '
A man gave his wife a fine i '
' parlor I been quite fick: for some time, was 3-: ill tK l'aml'ul'; district! but to i mm mmtil\
n lamp. She thanked him .
and added -
GAP! WELLES II in town this week: looking finely for a Increase: the taxation payable by thecolli'ry :,
"My dear it reminds me of you." cnKipaiiic i ir .
man of his age. I \\ huh'.a I., .l1ltl
The lamp being a cry costly one 1 j!:!: .aster J.aIlMrh'll.110 has Ilil''j,
Hutch Cawthon and Captain: S, Retail (irocrrs.
his egotism led him to ask for the i at I'! IM', l:n.lanil, aged sicty-eiht, '!
IS AN ICE MAN jCawthon of DeFuniak were recent
' points of resemblance. She gave visitors wan one of the tnHII'I'tI'rsIf) the :-;,'\'- i iii\ijfAinius: KM< :

t them. "It is handsome to look) at, c'lttv'J'iitli l.itii-tTi who souiiditl the
\"l"-",'I'L -- 1 We learn Florala) is to have a new cli.upat lUIaklava.! i iOn i Family, Fancy and Stapk
requires a good deal of attention, '
\ postoflice. Badly needed. The lot "Prove it." lacing brought into court at I'.irn.ia I]
:r.r Pt: I has much brass alnwt it, is not very MEMBER OF A TENNESSEE CORPORATION : j < Groceries <
for the is "U"w can I? t ,
purchased' new building ;;li:mi. njrlai'd!, a prisniior com- I ?

1 bright Hares! up tome times liable tot WHICH WILL MAKE ; near the depot. "Juti.p oveiboard, nnd if that man pK.iiu-d that )he tould not have any ', and All Kinds of Up-to-date Fny
f. cplodelieu half full, unsteady on its eating s-birk) Iill believe :
j ReJ. T. Mapoles, editor of the gets you brc.ikr.i--t! 1 u-af'-e: the path had taken ; Goods.
. f: legs always not at bedtime and will that you are a man." pusMUiMuii of his faNe tt'eth. !
News is he is determined
t ri hustling. Says \Ve are Holn Distributors forV.- -t
.,j smoke-K\c'hange. r.fcaiM': Hungarians were nttacki-d i
to make the paper what it Florida for the Celtbratut Car n'
,t For Over Sixty Years. In (vnal.i passages of his leek l an mitlicr i Monde Coffee, Sweet Homo Mouse
' should be. '
-m If Rockefeller wants to do business Tuesday at Nashville. Tenn, thesecretary MRS.I.NSLOW'S t'OOTHIS'IYRl'P ha, has IH-CH sfiitcncul IIuiijary to *, Illini! and Climax FlourH. yu! '
Mr. Louie, Manager of the Florala
>r r*{ in Alabama, under the prousioiis! of' of state issued papers incorporating bean peed for over sixty years by milliocsolmoihfrs eijjht! months' !pnsuiinifiit and or- Delicatessen German -AineIIi: ,i::1

, ,ft the new revenue bill as it passed the House, was recently at DeFuniak. for ttmlr children wblle teething li-n-d to pay aliout Jlinj( In line and i Food t'o.'s Canned Meats, Etc AH

house, he must pay the state $IO, That is small softens the gums,allay 8 all pain,cures nine Retail Grocers in the
a matter to the Standard under the laws of the state of city.
the di crows effects of the drought
Oil company By putting the A Severe Cold for three Months. colic, and In the best remedy for DiarrhoeaIt '
up Tennessee.The lit X'w'Ittl! Wales : be judged may I'\I..U'\
will relieve the
price of oil for one day in Alabama. The following letter from A. J, poor little sufferer Immediately. ,

Rockefeller would get his money back capital stock is $.Jrt,0"0 and the 'xu-b:1um: of Bate ville, lud., toils Bold by IiraRgiiti every partoftlienorld. fi'oui thi- fart tIlt a neat preserving/ I Iiii ',,
r and still have enough to make another Twenty-rive cents a bottle :ip.i.:) at Albury low punhaMil Hi.- ;
donation to some school or incorporators are A. Vaughn, J. A.Hdlloran its own story: "I suffered for three He sure you ask (or "Mrs.Wlnslov's Kootb. twill s'rttp!; at from si\penee to a fehilIii4 I,J! PENSACOLAPressing
church.-Montgomery Journal. L. A. Battman of Tennessee, months with a severe cold. A deugi ;;- Ing Hyrup. and take no other kind. ['er 1:ead.IV.foie .
--- -------- ---
The alxe be, and is .-t prepared me some medicine the tomb of the late ('evilRLcsles
may probably ,
and ('apt. T. E. Welles of Pensacola.A Club
true that the Standard Oil Companycan and a physician prescribed for me, FOR LUMBERCall in the Miito.o Mls! HhHli-.ia, ''
meeting was held soon after the wa.z Sealed! several pines of granite A
I up
. can raise the price of oil in the state yet I did not improve. then triedFolpy's on UEEKMAN LUMBERCO. ,
state had been issued and A. and Tar and veers t.'Keu as rel-s; from the walls of'
(Alabama so as to get the $UMw' papers Honey eight for estimates before placing FOR GENTLEMEN
doses cured me." JUfu:! sub-titutel. the chamber. Olio of these has Jut arrived ,
E& back. If the company does that then Vaughn was elected president; IA. I \V. A. D'Alemberte. your orders.- -tor lutnbrr.- ---dlG-lm in London. j

i. who pays the tax? Evidently the Holloran, secretary, and Capt. Andy As they are "dancorous and misehiev-I

consumers of kerosene .oil. Well, Meadows of Nashville, general man I We will launder your spreads vet You can get your house one cn-atures. ru--toHied to sting! mankind J I| One Dollar Per Month

r who among the people use kerosene? ..1 >> cents each and make them tool furnished complete with ." no one has a right to keep Lees i 1

Not the rich wi-11-to-ilo people of ager. The last named gentlemanwas like uw Hrar Laundry I elegan, furniture at .Alar- in unreasonable l numbers or In an improper In Advance to Member-hi,'

: here last week. He has had lots place, so the Iniblin kings; :, Clothes Cleaned and Prey-( ,
i Hot Rolls at 5 p- m JOe i stun 4 Quinu's easy payments often as desired. Your '
dwellings i has Cl -
of the business of tl'cl'II..1. ,
> I doz., at Solomon's. weekly or monthly. --- ,, sent for and Ueiiven-d. Cai '

' or electricity. The tax is knowing which he has been made manager I j I TO CTKK A COM IN 0' Il II.\Y ', 'JJz south Palafox: and Join .

i. i ly and cunningly aimed at the country from a previous connection with aj I Take Laxative HroinoQuinineTut, All Club.

J a 1 r people) and the poor people) of former concern. I ....................0..... cure box.Jrujgnis 2.V.e:. w refund OrwTt's the.sIi inonejif nature Is It on falls tcli to La iesJ Fiain skirts a Special!!

the cities. They are the patient"beast &
The object of the corporation is to .

of burden" in all this iniquitous manufacture and sell ice, and also YOUH for Xeatne-,

,,1'i 'ry tax scheme, license of or taxation urciipition livery, comes special deal in fish and game I iW i NICK'S I i !10.O.S.tle0e0.N...o..000fa G. W. IRWIN.

out of the laboring man in the end.IVnsacolo's 0 ee
TO l.'l'IaCOLlt IV 0\K II\V .A SPECIAL. :
V .. .. STOVE
Take I.u'tItrnnlo Quinine InhlftsThUsUnatur" 3 R.: Hot
i Mardi Gras carnival fflV.f. on i J Chocolate with

was seen and admired: by thousands box, Sic.lyrpyV every i COLLARS :, Whipped Cream, at Solo.mon's. .
---- -- I ID.
.J.- t)f pl'opl.It cost much time! labor .' y..u want magnificent watCJ !

it but it is .
and money to get up a
for little money? If ?ll', call ot i! .
vl great advertisement and nil a>lver-! .'Ix: HAS BEEN SELECTED STEAMER
Stephens the jeweler. HP will ac FOR THE MI o LINE SCHEDULE

i Using costs money.Ve believe the .ommodate you. 6HEif will ho ropuhr in

money in this case is well spent ail I I Mardi Gras Seasone o \Jtpril1g \\'3l-ts. Fancy

tL4 13 a good in\ement. Thousands of TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.Mr. Sleeve. Cap* ard shirred Ietw en Pt " and 1'IiII.n n.1
Effects; al-o will hold rule thi
people come to Florida to spend Jacksonville the ;rho \\Vntwortli has taken .of.-.& AND DURING: THE VISIT OF THE.BATTLESHIPS. .-.&. prinr.; All the flln't-: in Runs U.I1- 1-1': hunday
winter. Most of them gi to
4 I fact the l ldtf--t t>t all practical "
and on to South Florida. Comparatively charge ot the city circulation: of -. ..!- : styles. are f,>und in our !stock of "CITY OF TAMPA

a small portion of THE NEWS. He will take: !ub=crip- ,Milton 41:"> am Lv .'..ntHcoIat!' .,
ir 1'' 800.olaIIJa''l Ar Hilton o
them land in 1'1'nsacola it is hard BUTTERICK PATTER S.
; thIn and collect I
account J Fish Game Fruits and Fare,i>Jc; Round tnp.JI >
ly considered in the tourists itinerary .j Vegetables Season f I The March Pattorrs j
Wentworth has had large ex- i-TV .2 giving
jet there is in truth no city in the Served I some indication: of prevailing
state or in the whole south better perience a circulating manager of i Styles. iS 1 '!;ring Styles! are now jp.
adapted as a touri.-r resort. Something large daily papers, and will make When next you ciw to our
I store, vi-it our Payer Pattern
is required to attract them THE NEWS service of the paper sat- depirtm, indeed, i It would i I

here and what can he designed that factory to all. I Dining Room for tt. w i pay jou, if you have dreseinik.; HEW STAND

would be as good as our regular O in;; iotlr.ti"n, to Snake A iperial -
o trip to cur store. for that -
spring carnival supplemented so w<'H
by the visits of the United States ConstipationHeadichebiliousness i # tallies Exclasivelyj purpo-' I have moved my jl.w'olr.v "

navy In our grand bay. Fensacola is i : 120 South Pahfox, fornur';:
----- -- -- -
I already recognized as the only Mardi ,heartburn, Indi- GOE'S BOOK STORE pied by Ka39 & Co., a-jd: ai

Gras carnival city In the state. !' gest'on,and all liver iu are cured byflood's I i | BUFFET SUPPLIED WITH CHOICEST n better prepared than ever to. -' "

is only rec ?s!>ary to keep it UM for iilJ South l'.tlafOll'llreer. great bargains Indtamonlsw: : : -

great results are sure to come from Fills | OF WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. b I I I PE\-*-ACOLA FLORIDA. Jewelry, etc. Call and eee roo- ';

it. Here is to the Carnival Associa Sold by all dr lgg! L3. 23 cents. :............... .......................! I j let me convince STEPHEN.riX : .



.- -- .'"'"""': ..JjJJ4, _, :..!.:!.I i_ '':.-<--:7'f." __ti. ', ."'4'''-'W'.' ''j/f1i''";; r'"," ;l T; .,. ':J1f-.... =" .;}i<":;'.''"" -<"....;,(<'t".. ">--'S'-:;,cf<',, ;"".. ,":",, tlar'f". ." .'- 'm""" '\!',:;tt"r.>1 "-" -:; (: ",:"1-; "- ,-",-\. .- :\. t.. :.t'i-v." 'sagis.. .. -S3i. _t .t" ..,. .' iir, --= ... "i(.iPtz.i. : \.Y.-'-- 'HT *



w. 0. O'NEAL, Pwsldsnt; M. E. CLARK Cashier; '
Every Sufferer from Catarrh Knows


do not
Sprays and Douche [ f fif
x Cure. OF PENSACOLA.. I:' ;

-- Desi.gnaied Depository of the United States. f "'
Powders, lotions, salves, sprays
Condensed Statement at tbe close of bnsine* Feb. 9 1ge3.? t
and Blood cannot Catarrh, ,
OFF THE BARR WAITING FOR inhalers really cure I Ij

because this.disease is a blood disease RESOURCES. LIABILITIES. .
and local applications, if they Loaaaand Discounts. .... ...... .. .. ....... 336072.95 Capital Stock ...... ... .. .... .... ..... .. .. $200.000.00 J ."It
HumoursS8diIY ABATE. accomplish anything at all, simply Demand Loans..... .. .... ...... .. .... .... 122&G654 Surplus.. ... .... .. .... .... .... .. .... .. .. .. 20,000.00 !.
Orerdrafts...... .... ............ .. ...... .... 1,16002 Undivided Profits. .... ... .. .. .... ..... .. .. 690.76 "t -p
give transient relief. U.: 8. Bonds and Premiums.. ... .. .. ...... 213.8U6.87! Circulation...... ..... ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .... 125,000.00 t tI
The catarrhal poison is in the blood Stocks. securities, etc.... .. .... ... ... ... .. 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid..... .. .... .. .... .... .. 180.00 I '
Cured by Cuticura At two o'clock this afternoon and the mucus membrane of the I Furniturean4 Fixtures.. ...... .... ...... 6718.48 Deposit. .... ........,. ........ ....,. ..,.. .. 65,649.34 t

s neither the battleship Texas or Alabama nose, throat and trachea tries to relieve Cash and Exchange............ ...... ...... 223.17024 !. .;

Ointment and Pills had made any attempt to cross the system by secreting large ;t'

Soap, the bar on account cf a heavy sea anda quantities of mucous, the discharge Total.. .... .... .... ...... .... ...... ,.. ... 911420.10 Total.... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... $911,420.10 .1.1fr i

sometimes closing up the nostrils, This bank opened for business October 23, 1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give ti". Ji.

thick fog. dropping Into the throat, causing your business prompt, courteous and careful attention. ,

When the Best Physicians and. Both are reported anchored three deafness by closing the Eustachian 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. t t ,

All Else Fail. miles beyond the sea buoy, which tubes, and after a time causing catarrh -I "

places the fighting machines less than of stomach or serious throat p. :5.

ten miles from the harbor entrance. and lung troubles.A B. H. FAIRCHILD, 11mUPHOx..STERER r' zi'. w. & 5j rn- G. w. & co_: __;:,,'- I '0\1 Ic I
and remedy t6 really cure catarrh .
The ;oni7inj; itching burning The sun shone for the first time to- : \
as i ill eczema; the frightful must be an internal remedy which !
[of '! this afternoon and it is expected '"
::1:1; : ; in 1)5 ria: is i the loss of hair day will cleanse the blood from catarrhal 38 EAST ROMANA STREET. ''' I

ad fju-un:;of the scalp, asm scalh.ilj that the provoking fog will poison and remove the fever and ?aroef Work and Refinishing Furniture a' ,

j ,I; th> K'ial: disfigurements; as In lift and thereby induce Capt. Dunn to congestion from the mucous mem- Specialty. S,. l

..,; mil ringworm ; the awful suf. brane. J I :
1"1 bring the Alabama in the bay.A Phono 485.
and of New Goods
1. ;,4 of infant: *, anxiety oru- The best and most modern remedies --- -C I Received.
? J.'I\ ,;n in milk crust, tetter amis message from the navy yard ear -- .
-all' tlvmaml a remedy oft for this purpose are antiseptics R. K. WHITE
s, rli u'"i this afternoon said that on accountof 10 BLACK SILK AND JET DRE 8 ORNAMENTS, .d
M-IK'rliiini;in irtues to !!ucces ;- scientifically known as Red Gum,
: thorn. That Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler I STREET AND OPERA SHADES IN LADIES'GLOVES.! :
11., i : with : the fog the vessels had not been Blood Root and HydrasUn and while
n<'iti . p" and Graduate Optician, .
from the yard. Yesterday -'each of these have been successfullyused &
'. u beyond all d mlit. No seen today ii
j r. separately, yet it has been difficult PtMMoU.Fla.riudrzg
: St.
S afternoon the two vessels were 11 Keith PtUtox : LADUOS' AND MISSES" LACE HOSIERY.
i. I t' ", 'I by, the strongest eii to get them all combined in 0
,: S S 1'iirity and suietnes*, the seen and last night the play of their efficient 0 )
t.) ,rd immediate relief, the one palatable, convenient lie Bestor 5c. TI1K UEMUMNG: STOCK Ol' OUR S
I I" powerful search lights attracted attention 5, '
i, S v t'f r TiSy and erm.inent form. I
i '. : il"oluti pafity :1\111 great I in the city. The manufacturers of the new ca- Ladies' Jackets and Tailored Suits
(, S h I\"I inaile them the ttaiulurJi : : : tarh cure, Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, Special communicationof 'j t :
I 'xl urifU and humourr Indiana Lending: Provisions.The Lodtre Xo. 15,
I.1" > }> rs E cambia :
have succeeded admirably in accomplishing To Be CU Out cf Cost Fo'nicr PricRs.! :
(.f the tivili/ed wont!. I F. and A. M.. 7:30 p. in., Efiarta( or
to .
i; .! the alli-fted! parts with hot battleship Indiana began this result. ThE-yare large, G, Friday. Feb. 27.

r. : ,id Cnticura Soap: ,cleanse the take stores early this afternoon, con pleasant tasting lozenges, to be dissolved -I S Work in E. A. degree. OUR GENTS' FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
aud soften brethren are cordially -
F ff > i>f crusts anti scales Visiting
thus reaching
in thee mouth,
sisting of fresh meats, vegetables potatoes
HI' without
t1 tl "U-iifil cuticle. ), I invited.
1. -1 .' 1'iir.r; ,anti apply Cut l"urt Oint. and general supplies. About every part of the mucous membraneof W. D'C. KESSLER: Is cjminir! more complete each day. .

1 frwly, tt) allay itching, irritation the throat and finally the stomach. HARItY W. GIRBS, W. M.
Full Shirts and Neckwear for Carnival Festivities
<1 ii ''lamination and soothe and heal, 100 sacks of potatoes were placed on Unlike many catarrh remedies, Secretary.! Dress go

SI Iu-tly,take the Cuticura licaolrent the wharf for the battleship. A dozen Stuart's Catarrh Tablets contain no
1' ,-, to 'lIol and cleanse the blood. Hot Chocolate with
1 n, complete treatment, coitiiig but whole beeves constituted today'ssupply cocaine opiate or any injurious drug Whipped Cream at Solo. t ; Remember, Our Shoe Stock is Complete Q

I,, ufiord instant relief, per- of fresh meat.A whatever and are equally beneficial '
t t is ri'-t. and sleep in the severest I! for little children and adults. mon ._ _ And Embraces Lines for Men, Ladies and Children. : 4
f n ".! eczema and other itching, report circulated that the battleship 4
C. R. Rembrandt of Rochester, I I"j -.-..-.-- \\1)
Mr. W. PEAKE'S -
'ting\ ansI scaly humours of the skin, was making ready to get away CO TO E. ,
fot !|p and blood, and point4 to a fiju-edy, X. Y., says: "I know of few people (
economical whenotht investigation show- No. 30 South Palafox street, for your GREEN WATSON
T inneiit anti cure tomorrow, but an who have suffered as much as I from e & CO. t$ .
'r remedies and the best pliysicuij foundation. and stom- electrical work. He is prepared to i f '
ed this to be without Catarrh of the head. throat ii1
fail. inhalers, and do you a first-class job at moderate G w. & w. & co .
When one of the vessel's officers was ach. I used sprays, .I cOcEG.: : r{
powders for months at a time with prices. Phone 203.
asked about it he sail: "It will be ,
I only slight relief and had no hopeof I -

BUCK THIEF many days before we leave Pensaco- cure. I had not the means to makea MILITARY LAND WARRANTS; t %xxxxxxxvxxx;

la I think, my young friend. If the change of climate, which seemed

I ship is under orders to leave, we my only chance of cure. 0 .... lift ;PAID persons telling who K CAN, GET s j ." S
\\'MS CAPTURED spring I read an account of \1I liii has one whether I buy or you
know nothing of it. Such is not probable "Last lthJU) not. It. K. KFLLEY

however." some remarkable cures made by Stu- 10f2w Kansas City, \Io. I ICE CREAM SODA,
-- art's Catarrh Tablets and vromptlybought

CITIZE : E :.CRCIGE POLICE POW I Aalbama Coming Inside.At a fifty cent bo* from my druggist i Hot French Waffles with HUYLER'S $ICE CREAM AND HAND-MADE CANDIES 4

3:15: this afternoon the Alabama ,' and obtained such positive bene- Florida Cane Syrup a.tolomon's .
--ATTrainer's ---
ER3 AND DI'-IVER: NEGRO TO I[ fit from that one package that I continued I 8 ]
started inside. A message from the
THE Tr.ORITIES. to use them daily until I now i : .
said! she was I The finest line of sterling silver
navy yard at that hour consider nynolf entirely free from I II' | Confectionerysl.a
.rood* and silver novelties is to be
i coming up to the bar very fast. She the disgusting annoyance of catarrh; 01
I I' all l'I found at J. I. (Stephens'. Prices to FIRST DCOR NORTH OF THIESEN BUILDING. ...c <. t
''is supposed to lie coming up opposite my head! is dear: .my digestion ? I.S I.:
t,1 i: Alex Davis, Jiving i please all.We .
I I the city.THE. I could ask: and my hearing which had I % %% %%%% .. I
yesterday "'
S' dr. limits, begun to fail as a result of the caI have just received our -
S > _" i thief namoil John I I tarrh, has greatly improved until I 1903 line of Heywood Go- y

i''I. act of burglarizing a RAINFALL feel I can hear as well as ever. They Carts with all the latest im D. HALE WILSON,

S .' iniiaht;; him to town i I are a household necessitIn. } my II provements. Call and see

1! ,:.1 over to Mounted Of- i I family.Stuart's Catarrh Tablets are sold- them; they are beauties- Real Estate and Rental Agent L.
.. WAS i
\ :. sent him to the IH>- by druggists at oO; cents for complete Marston $ Quina. \ ,

S. ., a dangerous and sus- -- treatment and for convenience, safety I ----- -- --- __ __ .I lJli South alafoStrtet, S ,
and results they are undoubtedly << OUIiW .1..ICEM. I
r SAYS MORE prompt .:_ _- 'ElEPHON = 10. 243. PENSACCLA, FLORIDA
WEATHER the long looked for catarrh : -- -- - -
caught with a gun I :HITntlt the captain ownorinor MMU. ,
WATER FELL HERE THAN AT cure. .. consignees of the lira-
S 1 will hi\c to answer I hb b.t Trojan will be responsible -

S carrjin? concealed ANY OTHER SOUTHERN STA i THE WEATHER TO-DAY. by the crew of T.J.aid vf THOKKII.DSAN.fur n"debts l. contracted G. Del-a A Co. "

TION. \V. 8. Keyser.. Co.. Cal"ln.| .
I Consignees 2'lHtUEITHEK ;!
S S !1 1.t' appeared penitcnti LOCAL l'oRF.OAlT-Ualn to-night !Sntur-| -- ---- I1It M&flIfa&CflhrersandfleiUergniShinglos
All night antI until early today rain day probahly air and cooler bri'-k south i iI the captain own-
anti s-aid he was
i or I Mrs nor ennslRnfes of tbeOer i'l
him. fell here and the wind blew a gale I winds shifting to westTemperature I d1 frs Alpha will be re pon81- Sash, Doors Blinds
'lar ('S against bht for debts contracted bv the ,
.5 attaining a maximum u-locity of forty I in Last 24 Hours: crow of,al<1 vcmfl. 11 KINK. ; 4
usht him a good W.L.WirrKll. l'aplam.Condlgn..e

S ': ,' county jail and or- miles the highest shown on to- I Msxtrnum.------------------------Minimum _.-.-T- -........ r degrees 5 degrees I ilf-U _
1 day's weather map. The next highest; KITH KK the captaui.owners
S :-i,1'r 1 to the higher .
Elsewhere: i Builders' Materials
Temperature .f the t.ritiitifs
nor l'on8I1to..8
velocity was reported from Atlanta, Mtn. Max: .5 toIl".rtll111'11' bo reepoliMble _____ __ ; ::
\tlantft ...... ..___.___. M M I I for dvbU contracted by .i
S 1 i 1- :\ hat is really known this bcin:? :C:tj miles. Charleston reported Bismarck( .._......_ _.._ in 3Jff ,I. tbe crew of said vessel. W'1. HALL. : : T : Brick and Lime. : ,r r
.. __..... .-J: ) tClnclnnatL \ : ; ,.'
C2:: miles.It I. Cblcago \P,.. 8. KEY:- KK & CO.. Captain t.
11.'veral; weeks since _.......-..__..... I Con.lgo.8. I.hlt Telephone 2XTo. 11. '.t
"S 'I near the (;ingles l is also shown today that Pensaco--Gal"l'8ton_ ..._.... ..._5i1Iluron. it ;

the heaviest rainfall ...._..... _..__ -lIO H) I .. NKITHEKtbncapialn I :' "
S Hill while trying to la: experienced Jacksonville ....._..__._ 62Kitnas nor consignees of lie f\inn\
S 'I" negro cook with a although rains have been copious all City .-- ...-. ......-....;" 70W I 1 us \i\lna debts coalrecled wilt be reponibefor by tbe GREENHUT & 00.

gulf coast. The amountin I Key Wet. _........................_72 TS I I crew of said yessel. IA.
the east
j jI
.i-o chaiged: with along I t..mpbll ..-_.......____.__ 50 r.I J. Hl"IZ.Gulf ,
-S trom the homo of the city for the past 21 I hours registered -I Mobile ..............._.........._.6) ; Transit 011.120"0'8 Co., Capum.:!*)!Il.r
inches. Mobile retried Montgomery ...._......._...-._ 50 62Nw -- ------ -- .WHOLESALE
S near the Stodtlirtiapatte I Orleans ..........--.1 I; LI ER 1:11': captain ownersS ... :

at the Ginglos 2.12 inches and Jacksonville h'S.'Iore SI'W \'ork..._. ...:........ ..-.- 2'1 4''i; i'NILI1: consigned.lll be of responsibleJ2KTa3a the HUll I

is promised for tonight I Sa"'annb._....._ ..._...._. :.u iI I tor oetU C0nir..cmd by tfee 102 104 106 East Government ,
]put him on the streetS rain I St. Loul!! ...... ...._. ............. 31 a:! I crew of said vessel. II.Consign i Os. PENSACOLA, FLA.
fair Saturdayand
S escaped whileS but indications loint Lap'ftlO. -
I he I H. P..iIt4&rn. -- -
II a rising temperature. Brisk south Escaped an Awful "'all'. *.*- lIHI i AN ART STUDIO. OYSTERS
"' street gang. is I ---- -- I AT NIC APOSTLE'S : :
to the Melbourn, Fla., SttTlIl- the cap!M n.o wn..r. : |
winds will prevail shifting :Mr. H. Hairpins: ; /.r
II probably hold him I consignee* ('I the Nor l>k I I have op Mie.1 a Mtidio in room fine oyster" today. Try them. f
"My: doctor told me I had .5 J mil be rHPlln I"j I S 'J. i
deulopeJin I I write: ; \vleiinire *
disturbance !
: I
'; 'stnoth'r I 'I
\ ( I for tt"lils contracted l>y lt'I"I' tiali-burv::; block where I Mil give SIC .\J'OSTLE. :
and nothing could be ,
but the Consumption crew of .aideset. I leon > of druwing
Nebraska I this morning HAS KV.. in my ( 'o\'n system -
done for me. I was given up to die. I llotFl'cnohWnm"'swith i tl
:.'>i feel tired all the noted yesterday, and of which To Order. Ixptaio.NKITH I Ilg -c.ill'-d "Black: a lilt \Vhite"ai '_
storm of Dr. "\
: The offer of a free trial bottle Florida Cane
in Kr-nc i'.i-tfl painting and Syrup at .t
!people don't you !' due warning has been given was central Kin's New Discovery for CO\J umpi -I l" : r.U the captain., ow n<>rs i iI I New-p.tper and Ma; ,izine Illu trat.iUt Solomon's. I 1

I.i.o Hood's Sarsapariila i this forenoon over Louisiana.Vadsli 1 i lion, induced me to try it. Results I ".'' ::ior coni.tfiiees will' bu re'-puniible(.f 15. l>vr toriJebts (.1 I I II It"r5 I !. : l, :1

I ;I were !'tartlil' I aoi now on the I contracted by the crew |I I hive taiur tJHjech.gesinevery i ,

road to recovery awl owe all to Dr.King's ol said v-ej. FACKKEV.captain. DR. F. E. BRUCE :
t:,, ..;urrt I I tunrc. ':. I town in (it.lIt.ria tud in many: of tbM 'fft'
New Di-covery. It !surely W !i. KE\'toltR.t .
\ ig'J -Oli. U- :I:! l'on-l :n"il8. :tilll female coll"ss-1 f-f the ."outh so can ,
"ri. itti t'p.i.taking Mrs. 1111u.1-\\11:11's the trojtle? saved my life." This great cure iii'' --- oifrr of Has returned and resumed practice. S l
---- you an exhueuiesice twenty-
:: an awful fifsf Mj for all throat aud lung .t' I
S $ "- uslit jlovt on old! iurv? Las It ft me. and the new one diseases by W. A. D'Aletnberte 121 : A. C. BINKLEY deMres his friends found the choie; -t collection\ of dali'bury! Building.fpptibtic S 1 1Telopl1.0u.e
have ii unreliable that I don't feel Pdlafox street Price toe and ; le has i"
S ..... Soutb : and the public to know that
understand it I work evfrhown l'ill'le
"i t \ very I thliloI'U crayon by a I
mind unless see 143.
:5: '. !'nit with a little at 1\1I":1" in least my two IT three times a 1.00. Trial bottle free. : Moved Room 608. Tbiesen building I artist an'l an invitation i is extendedto : J.
'\ at -- ---
t L.s hai.d in."-C.iltiiuore where he will continue as heretofore .
Chicago i to and it. My i
come see
wlh.'k. I It's M> e\a>poratmg lo YOU KNOW everyone
Ht.t.ord: -Herald.lsnbelI S .: a general law practice. term for instruction; are moderate. "
._ <
.... : BEEKMAN: LUMBER CO. have --- on; A. MILLER. {
*iio T U; It.
i ::a.ui-My I dear young lady. C1t..I t'd. :a large; stock of dressed! studding

t' e\enise for jour heallh.I'laiik : thiLk that editor man Is | and jobt Get their prices before NOW OPEN! MEAT & MALT na* a marvelous !

S S. for tie advice simply horrid. I buyiug. _ d6-lm dietetic value. While! refreshing and \

I 1" ::1 I ertjiiuly jump at the Judith-\Vhy 7LabtIhIe the plea-ant: to take, it I.elpa a 5imilaI photogpbpfeg 'tt. (
the engagement We are only furniture airj
\..W 'iork Tltues. placed I tion of fot.d. SnM bVDAXNHEI'rfER ,

fl'.f': narlrtlon. announcement, Sic.ppitKton under of "the myself head to cf "Business young:-;[ dealers a compute in the line city of who china carry BOWLING! hillY[I I,I : DP.OH.! I 201'' S. Talafov Strci-t. :' ;ilf!;\, 'II

: i I'enn-jl\ania convict 0ipot'juities. We -
I and sideboards.

-S :il l'.'i'! ;.mother"i I I sell cases them fur cash or on Street Ill? IB N US' WANT' ill L :
totKleicia !
: S "i"t hISPl1h." Cleveland bad men P1JnL luicim.iry. II i I Hot French Waffl 'vtb easy payments. Marston $ KB 11 f Mt :fJi
r (I Florid-Solomon's.* Cane Syrup Quina. Opposite JI! !. McHugh's. .". .

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:) Better than Gold. WOMAN Sis .* .e** Orala tayortut.
"I was troubled for several years SLOWSORE'r In some English experiments comparative -

with chronic indigestion and nervous tests were made with large
her studio late in Your
lie dropped In at
debility," writes F. J. Green, of the afternoon although he was quite and small seed wheat oats and beans. money backIf

Lancaster: N.H. "No remedy helpedme that she preferred to receive Slow healing sores are unsightly painful The most striking results were obtained ,
aware and dangerous. They are a constan! from wheat. The yield from the
until I began uing Electric Bitters him In the evening ia the flat which of and you are not satisfied
and anxiety
care source worry. large seed was almost double that from
which did me more good than ] fche shared with Ler sister artist Chronic, slow healing sores are frequently '
less DO YOU SUPPOSE that It with capital ot
the small. The diffe/enee was company a BOO.OOO(XX rsld in ...
all the medicine I ever used. They I i She was alone and tired. Her sitter- the after effects of some long with and with beans there proud reputation of 38 years of continuous success, would mike bach aa Offer&Ld: .M '
marked oats,
have also wife in excellent she was a portrait painter had just debilitating sickness that leaves the con' Is out r.o the letter:1
kept my ( was practically no advantage In planting DO YOU SUPPOSE we would jeopardize our ltandlnlr with the public aa4
weakened and blood in
health for years. She says Elee- : coup. and she' was in the act of making dilution I or s\illln't"Oter success bJ failing t.o fultU any promise we make ? our :&; ell
polluted, ran down condition when I large seed. DO YOU SUPPOSE we would make such all offer It did
splendid for (,f tea for her own use. we not have the
Hitter a
tric am jut cup UtOSI ,
dears In the or CC t:!
I scratch, cut, simple boil or bruise, becomes li&tisfn Quality our roods?
female trouble* tha- they are a1 The tea table was an Inviting one.
; WE KNOW we can please you and save you money for HAYXER
ulcer Fred Vermin.Remember WHISKEY
fearful that Don't
grand tonic and invijorator weak The little kettle purred rozil '.. She a looking prow direct from our distillery to you with all iu original richness and flavor carrma II tXI'.''*
run down women. No other medicine -i with and spreads, eating deeper and deepet that If your cattle, hogsor STATES REGISTERED DISTILLER'S GUARANTEE Of PCRITYand AGE a M 'tD
handled the tea ball gracefully into the flesh in spite of everything that you the big profits of the dealers. That's why It's best for medicinal purpo'ses. wflIt's
.. take in our fami- | horses have ticks or lice or your TSat's
c n it* place : hands. preferred for other uses. That's why we are regularly: :
pretty and expressive be done to check its Old supplying over II orr
ly." Try them. Ouly Wc. S'ui..fac.I, with can progress. sheep have ticks or scab you haveto million sat15l1ef1 cus\Qmers. Than will YOU should tell"
.' doing
"I don't !ee what you1'1. people whose blood is below the standardand
W. A. D'Alem.
tion guaranteed by ,
well the
the vermin as as
a teakettle," he Mid. You have abjured the circulation sluggish, are often supply

be.e,121-South- Palafox--- street. ;,, nil that it stands for. You have tormented with, face sores, and indolent, animals with food. Is it profitable to Direct from our distillery to YOU

better than domesticlife. sickly looking ulcers upon the limbs that feed ticks. lice etc.? If not, why not ,
found something
I W. PEAK, I ." : give them hardly a moment's rest from get rid of them? SIYII Dialirs1 Profits I Prwnli Aduliiration """"

No. 30 South Palafox etreet. keeps i I That i.. nonsense" responded the pain and worry. the Blood How to \ 'a.h Glaaiirare. I

call bells, wires and all kinds of'I woman of genius crossly for h.-r work Ordinary liable sores become Purify Glassware should be washed In hot
are -
electricul supplies. Have him do had not gone well that day. "Tea tables chronic Heal the Sore. ,I soapsuds and well rinsed in clear water HAYNER
work. Call 21)3.)
your phone-- I I are popular because women need when the bloodis then wiped with a fine linen towel.In WHISKEY

A FOREIGN PRODUCT. : stimulus and chafing; di-hes because too weak to throw off the germs and washing cut ;glass lay three or four

i men like substantial nourishment." poisons and no amount of external treatment thicknesses of a towel on the bottomof

Ham -\ul \ t'l Drt..I"'d thPvrfect will heal them, but they continueto PURE
America "Tho.e are very pretty \'iews-\"ery the pan. which w 111 make a soft support SEVEN-YEAR.QLO RYE

S-pcinllUrift." I pretty," he remarked gloomily, "but I grow worse and worse, and horrible many ol for the glass and render it less liable -
times terminate in that most
Uneconomical and extravagant ns wo j have not observed that you practiced all human maladies, Cancer. I to IK broken than when it comes in FULL

arc. wo have nut yet develoiM-tl the I them. Your views are incompatible S. S. S. cures slow healing sores by I I contact with a hard substance. Use a 4 $3.20 EXPRESS

'perfect FponJlhrift" n" lie is to lie vith marriage." purifying and iterating the gerta- brush to remove particles of dut from

fouud on iLe other side ..( tin- ,\tl.llltkjIt "You wouldn't have me marry the laden Mtiated blood end purging the I,I, the deep ,.uttin;!. A little bluing added QUARTS PREPAIDWe

skills at tiaji-s as it lu* must be a \vroig man ju=t t.. show that my system of all corrupt matter, thus striking -: to the water in which the glass is

prixiurt of an iltU-r, n wore 'vuVte'' view the woman ouestiou wereeo'rvativt at the real cause and removing every i:
upon; rinsed will ethance the brilliancy of
iT.iizjiiinn.! Tlu nan. t-itljt-r yovinir or hindrance to a rapid cure, and this is the -
-' .'iild
\ ynuV"You the crystal. OLD RYE for U20. and we will pay the express charges. When you receive
oM.r1l0: run thruu b a Lnp: fi-nune '. will! neHwl th" i.:>:11 one"Su I only possible way to reach these deeplv I tbe whiskey try: it and U you don't find it all riht and as good as you ever
rooted, dangerous places. S. S. S. drank or can buy from any body else at any price, then send il back at our
with u". HUli! as our
K: .iy is
a rarity
; H' ( dire Neurul ln.Tor .
looked 111111 ; us. u.i! S.urt3. \\ a ;
at -1 K''v;: strengthens and tones the circulation : expense and your tJ.OiI1: be returned to you by next mail. How couldan
.1 :..rd ,.f liviits and of tin- ordinary .. "idering:: .,2''I O v .,'. M-orn up : i.curulIa cut a thick slice of oer be fairer? We take all the risk and stand all the expense if
and supplies rich, the goods do not please you. Won't you let us send a trial
you order? We
: -' if living I IN, ourt.iudaul ofv iu it. bat vas it :t:1:! !o .11. iiV "\o." she ,I 4 nutritious blood fot i, bn'.id. soak one side for n minute III snip in a plain sealed case; no marks to show what's inside.

r : t "':!it lie (' 1Il\11.rolPlh'! extravn " "Juwl!y, "i ti.i itt 'U.I ,-.;"."' tl :\ the rebuilding! of the toiling; water, rapidly sprinkle cajenne Orders for Ariz., CaL. Cot. Idaho. Mont. Nev, N. MPX Ore,TJtnh TTasb.

e ." '. is by I... Ifl.I.I lilsili.: Of ei.<
.',--.- jijvuy: large surni are wasted iu I 1,1 1.11''I'U tliighe I !:'Y ..I l..d' i I healing the sore, ; the fitee. It will not blister as t:.UI ,;- I'rtpaii or O quarts for 810.00 by Freight: 1'repald.

1 fWillSb when rid of Write our nearest once: and _o it NOW.
IMHH ;< llati":1.I'I't' nstl'wlwrv. and seek togc-ther all our diy' It w:is you get I tard rtw!;

), Hut tliiit is not tli point I rather i.LTu-mt for this man to adi'ist the old plague spot for all time. I ><>t the Same.Tess THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
If you ha\e a slOhealing', stubborn I -He said I looked handsome in
To Like tlie single: it">ni of g.iiuVlIn: hisui.d. :
:ii, in!!ifnt klea oSChand sore,write us about it,and our Fhy aicianl : ..1lltown., didn't he? ATLANTA-. DAYTON, OHIO ST. LOUIS, Ma ST. PAUL KIM.
low often t:() we l.ear uf a man's lie'.ng: in LIT voiceiii
Lear : but si.aiotLins: will advise you without charge. tTh3 > Jess-Not exactly. lie said that gowncoked 153 DISTILLER THor 0. ESTABLISHED 1853.
ruined by it liere? No doubt we ..; .1 hu.: so he s 'raas to hiseot.
Swift Specific Co. Atlanta Ga. I handsome Kxchan.
stories of tremendous sums lost and on you. t tAre
won but such sums do not seem either -
would really lis-
NI jou mt-an- you
"to make or to break" anybody. Tor euV 1" FLOWER AND TREE.
men whose III<'UUlel are reckoned by SIt
the hundred* of thousands or millions Powdered sulphur applied daily la a WICKE & CO.
was half an hour later before It occurrwl good remedy for mildew on rosebushes
to play hundred dollar Poker is no
ft him that all this was violat-
great recklessness. nut how often do Plants wabe grown In comparatlvey -

we of the small salaried Lag ftrecetltM.t. small pots by applying a weak; solution Mafle of Plumber
. see young men "LJt) jon ;Ui'IH\:1' you can bo happy?" of BEing Daily Free Gas and Steam fitter
sort punting $luiu or $2.0)N) at a time guano.
hl' iuiploied. and then he brought: up ,
.. at baccarat as you can any day in the subject of the I woks In which mar- Oregon Is said to have a white sun- Cliarge ij t tin Bed Cross Plyii-
France? We hare not the instinct to lower which grows wild In some local-
No. South Palafox Street.All
had been >
of always .
save and scrape for eleven months in 1'i..lul11'n genius ties in the valleys of the Blue moun- chns Who are Located at 111
miserable. cst1 I Kinds o. and Oas Materials Hand
) the year and then shell out all our ains. Plumbing: Fittings Kept on
said, she with an infinite -
hi books
) ,
( .
saving in a fortnight "Haven't ever noticed Cress. Is the quickest growing of Chsae Street-Senices f fir Three .sitwp.Hnsir *. "Vit rKHA "Kit,
scorn. you i
* I once met In Trance a young man of plants. Under perfect conditions It will
write best about things of
old provincial family. Legitimist to the that vhich cople they know absolutely: nothing; ? flower and. seed within eight days of Months are Given Free to All Invalids '

backbone proud and very poor lie Mid thought I did not care and planting.A

:i was about twenty-one, modi.:;t, thoroughly woui.i jou not marry; you' northern aspect for the orchard Who Call Up ThEm Before F SAMUEL CHARLES,

;I "correct innocent gives a colder and later soil and rotunis -
. !,! as good, a "1 tln'tlj-ht Yes." .,

't young f< lli w a; one would care to An :idoiibk M! !smilt bent her lips. the blossoming' : until a later period ] March 21, t41 .} BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

.i moi't, the sort of youiu wan who NWH ratherhma'.ty. thus lessening the danger from ,
"I on't you t.inkou were
i.j to have U-en overlooked and left out in spring frosts. Vt
not to say unkind. In adopting soon : i
the cold! by French fiction though by If for no other reason than Its habitof !
<' .!'!et"ly generalization that the I A stuff of eminent phyilciana anti fur- PlLiiI2ii1 Wholesale and Hetail Dealer: in Shoes,; Leather (I' inu'07 -
110 III.MIIS a great rarity in Trem-li real late blooming the salvia deserves a et-ona from th UU frost Medical InstItuteItve. : ; : ;
andith it life'1ut
Iif.'. I to ak liui if irti>t I'l'j'ct.-Iun' ,lace in be j at the uixettt solicitation of a large 'PIIO. I: 51 son H
Liippcned : one day every ganll'n.othln):: can I 1. <(<; r.UAiox: MTUIKT.:
if you had heard yourself number of pat if uta under thi-lrcnre In ibisenuntre
lu''t'r played cards lie said he more splendid thana well bed .talolll1"rt!
no, If work:" he cried. "r OU'lUhl grown | a rmanent branch
( our
-j did not care for that sort cf thing and of salvia In early autumn.. of the Institute in this city at
\" to think art the one thing; in
besidehis: means \\Oul.ll1"t |ermit it. the world livery word fell like a clod The finest house plants grow where I i i West Chase Street. J. E. DUBUISSOX S? BllOTIIEllOll.NKK ,

"I nev r p> into a gaml.ling silnon," I on a collin." the temperature does not get above 70degrees i! The eminent gentlemen h"d..clol. d to

paid he, tr Into the cardroom of a "\\'IllJouhl I not speak of art with nor lower than M degrees.. gltbt'lr services entirely free for three T.\KU.\ONA: lTiMK.NCI.h'IKKKTS.: .

cluli. Sometimes I join in a little But most of us would think we were month (medicine excrpted) to all Invalids
may fervor? I feel it all, and you had notoffered I who call UUOL. them fur treaimentBetea Dealers in
game of r..kor iiiuoin; friends jut tom which 1 freezing to death in rooms of the best

pass tile time, Imt only! a very small ." me any career prefernsl. temperature for plants. 05 degrees. Nro ail MarcH 21 | ge Choice Staple and Family Groceries, -:

gauio, never nore than a louis limit." ".\b. but do you. will you always These eervicei consist not only of consultation -

. .-1 A louis limit: wonder what clulmian prefer: it? It is not as If you were1l1l'1't'I Gracefully Turned. ,examination aud advice, but also Our Good are Received Fresh D.iily. They are ton many to enumerate: ,

: (out of the millionaire class) in New tall'ull'l.ou know to giveup" Disraeli's resourceful wit enabled of minor object surgical in operations.pursuing this course i iIhe i and Wairanted t.) b f1 the Huet the Market All'ird and can bll

.1 York. ISoston. I'hiladelphia! or any ofour him to play the courtier at all times is to become rapidly and personall acquainted Relied on.Ve can Duplicate anv Order Uin'l1l1i During the
. with time hlc't and a1tItidand under Holidays: and will Deliver Free to any I'art of the City.
larger; en-tern cities would rail "Give np? nut I Intend to give up end to give-as In an Instance which nocindilloas will any charge whatever I,

M four dollar poker a "very small" game: nothing: I am afraid you are a little the; London l>aily Chronicle rt'c:1l1s-a I be made for any services rendered for three 'i COUNTRY ORDERS: WILL RECEIVE CAREFUL ATTENTION.J.E.DubuiSSon&Bro. .
months to all who call before March 21st
I 4 -Siribner's.The stupid." complimentary turn even to satire. < Tbedoctcrs treat all forma of disease and :

"Would mind explaining the situation Soon after he had received his title deformities and guarantee a cure lu everyease P.O. Box326. .
you they uuileriuke. At the first VUrriewa i .
Ti "n.:1R nnil Her Face. I
" l. to meT lie aked humbly.l amid had lieeome the Earl of Heaucons- \. thorough examination: U made, and. I Ii I II PHIINE 66.

011'I'" I a time a woman had arju.irnl "That i'4'ry easy," she said composedly. Celd nn old pii-r. greeted the new jieerone i If incurable you are rankly and kindly t,.idI Pna.uily: G-rooorw.
: i with her features' I I Blboad\'lb.d against spending for
11t'I'authl'Y so; money
"1 simply don't intend to be d.iy and asked him how he felt! useless treatment. ji -
: ado faces herl.en she
i ugly at
iineimal to the combination of love and lleaconsfifld was just walking away 1 I Male and female weakness! catarrh and
': I ked in the glass. She scolded and 'catarrbal alaoRrlcotrie..
2 > deafness rupture -
. from the house of lords, but his

*' t oldcd, but It all did 1.0 ;good. art.The luminous lirilliancy of this solution thought: seems to have been in the rectum, poitrn are pumtively cancer and cured all diieaae by their of new the j .A. :M: Av'ecySL'CCESS4)R
Finally she f>at in front of LIT mirror treatment. *
i iFi and wIth reuse: jMnvder and black kept him t-ilent, while she went !IsoiKi? of common;, for he paid: Their chief &s olate surgeon of the Instl- ..

(Ill: "1 feel as If 1 were dead and buried. I tut. s lll be in personal charge.Iifllcei.'to. !II
, r. pencil went deliberately tov)rk to III Weal t hate nniee Hours' .
< I The old looked I )
; : show her face how wrons it was and 'Thro ; women you read: about you peer aghast g a m. to T p. m. Sundays 10 a. m. to 1 p.m. ,
i succeeded. know were under the disadvantage: of ".\1111," Iteaconvfifld continued with IMPORTER Lt) JOBBER OF

; n t,1 After a time she" sailed a smiK* of I
, lo thill::.;. They were working against the blcxed. BAD HARDYJARE.
Intense satbfactloa.! and her face
t'1 n lrciimt'mi.ltiitl.o'.ili perhaps invisible The old peer smiled again and 101..11t'Il'
::t11 smiled pleasantly back at Ill'r.j .
pressure. The world Wl*II't adjusted forever after.
j l llrll.-1t is bitter to make up than Iron, Nails, Axe Shov N T Mill and Hteamboat
$o a.s to help them and make the solution I BLOOD
1i' to continue CI'I'ncl's.-X'w: York /Sapplie- Cooking and HI.., Uoves, Paint, Oils
felt Color j
of their problems They of (Children' 1yei.It
., lerald.. easy. Window Gun- PIM '
.; _ Glass a i Fishing Tackle
--- that horrible weight; -the pressure of has liven conclusively proved that 'T.\SO A BETS do all claimed tor then
The II;;iii 't hnt rnllcil. and are a truly wonderful medicine I tare often and Tinware t ii'-i"iniriiishiii
the disapproval. (tf the universe--and women have a larger; proportion of' wished for a roedtciiie pleasant to take and at last Agate anu ; )otts.LAOENII .
11rl1.1 Mrs. .\.When I was eiizapM to my have found il in rancarttA. binre takinn them 1117
could not stand out against: it Hut brown eyes than men. If In parents blood baa tMWnjtnriduU and tny cuni|>leiu>n ittprottid "lm* FOR BIRMINGHAM 11OLMNG MILL COMl'ANYTd
: lUhlinii'l. he was the very light of my unduriullr: and 1 feel much Ix'turin evtryway.1
with us it is different. The world Is the mother has brown eyes and the .
IL..5Am.uI 11: bsu.mia.Luiireil.veuu.CANDY
XitiMH Revere Oiant Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery
. ;. : :Miss II.-\mlnow- ours and the fullness tlll'r\"Jf-:1t least father blue, the chances are eighty- I Wheel i ,\ 1..1 iiiuA Kind Powder Co., Johnson's Kil-

j,4 that is what I feel about it. One has eight to twelve that the girls of the somiti.irou, Kin: ? and Buck Stoves and Ranges j.Vrn
Mrs. A. Tho out '
light; goes every a deliciou-ly buoyant 'l'lIsatinn-tlse family will be brown eyed, the percentage Couus i Co.'s R'jw Hide Lace Leather, Masury's

slght-nrooklyn!: Life. Is in iu favor of blue Made Railroad Colors.
.._ 4 Lord is on our side f.IiIltlJ:1t time boys having 1

It I TUliifrs li. not 50 wrong of thornXlves you know, we have better health anti If the parents have eyes of like bt.1 ,

: ; somebody Iusl ,'s .-1'uck. fewer nerves than women used to the chances In favor of the YAOE R* ....iiuo ------S- -I

,'! I have anil that makes difference." both male and female having of S
oJ':) NASAL CATARRH quickly v'.eld* a : ) eyes I TIME TABLE.

-.U tt J treatment by Ely's Cream B lm, 'Hut SIII'I>OS" ." he persisted "just the same color are ninety-two to eight

j l.; which U agreeably aromatic. It l hI. supitose that you were to fail. What
i1 received through the nostrils i P'esxrt.! Palata"'". Potmt. 'am, Innl. Do LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
then Y'She
1 A Hot rrophrc Good Never i lckeD.Weakpn.or Cm. VK.Zc,&)c.
I! clean and heaU the whole surface her brows judicially. ... IN KKKKCT IJKCKMBEK1. 1M1
puckered llcrhert-Iid you get what you wanted ... CURE CONSTIPATION.
;1;; over which it dltfll'l'* it..plf. A remedy "One I is willing to pay a certain price yesterday? turttmt E..H> (..D&.,. fktntt.......... tin Twt. 1MTfl > -

I.'(, for na,al catarrh which i drying for the l..v.t things;," t-ho admitted slowly Horatio Didn't even get wtiat I deserved. RIP Sold aDd msr nt...>d M all drng- i Now Orlollns and Mobile.
di e-npd '
or exciting to tiie membrane U iiuta to CLKETooaccollabiu1ENEUAL
should not bf1 used. Cream I "if the goods are delivered. It is I :
I \ Balm i is recognized as a specific. possible that happiness might; not be avery Herbert-YouTl hardly get that In 1:1'o.0.: a I I2Jfim"0... -I Leanp'elllaeolaArrlve I No.1 6ooa I 1----

i Price 50[cents at druirgisU or by mail. bad bargain, even though I paid this world you know. I should think I FKKNCI1 SCHEDULE: M::(I a I 2Tp: 1:0'l a : Leave..Ylomaton_ Leavel 1IIi! 8 I :

t A cold in the head immediately disappears for it with art." you'd want to stave It off as long tiSpossible. 11:00 It 4:2:!.! p 2:fiI a Leave-- MobIle -_ Lene i 12:00n'51 : II I 6:00 p
I I M:15p 7$1 a Leava s.. flr..n'. L.eaye I isst _. _
I::c when cream balm I Is ued. "_\h. darling;: ; ho begs, but sho went .-Iloston Transcript. Following i* the schedule of the -- P 7r.i a i _

.fl Ely Brothers, 08 Warren street, New on: "P.ut I shall not have to do It. I joverument steamer General French ; North.

.rt.,I. !. York ___ __ shall have my cake and cat It too." The Servant'. Question. which TUB NEWS prints for the !

tilt Hot Rolls at 5 p m. lOo He ItJ k"llt her with an expression Mrs. Newly Wed (from above benefit of the merchants who ship ; No. I. 4o. 4. I So. I No. I.

rJ : of admiration which almost hid his Bridget: put the lemons on the Ice so their goods to the tarious: army I 11'16 pm 11:15 pm Leave Pen aela ...Arrive 1:00 p m 6:00a m
: i.I a doz. at Solomon's. fundamental ;:kepticNm."You won't : 0ii am : Giiipm Arrive.. Montgomery _Leave i lll6am 8:86p .
they get sour. posts
11fJ9 am lIlJI! pm .Urlv Blrmlnllbam _Lnvt I :83am .apmI
.4 Cleanln--dlelIkt are," lie snil. with sudden illu IJridgi-t (to IJ'rselr-Is It anny whon- Leaves PensacoU ___ _, ?:fKl a. m. I 1:05 p m 8:1') It m Arrlve.. Salbvllle .....I.e"/ I __. _.. .
and waist: initiation, "SOlUl.t hing more advances Leaves Harranras_____ _____ 1:50.. m. Sj a m Misa m Arrive _Lout"vllle .....Luve 3:15pm 2:45am
.4 : Is one of OT specialties.: Star Latin tier thot I asks docile pay fer servingthe (,eave. t'lckens .___, ,...._. __ H;I.J a. m. 7:20am llSea m Arrive_CincinnatiLPn" IJ) pm
i dry. than modern. You are she of whom bikes of thot?-Exdiange.DeWitt's Leaves liarrancai __. _____ __ S:15 a. m. I 7:25am :* pm. Arrive _....14t. I..oJI. ._....L.eftVetOl5pm i 11:15pm I 3lpm
1 we have heard-the coming woman." Leaves eniaeoia ,_.__,___10:15 a. m. ,
; c A. a-ox.cj-n.: X.A. S'ue 1.koJ'n at the pink palmwhich Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then :, PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
Bftkel Fort McRee and
to then
a trip return
I 1'e Klf.d Yj'j Mala Eihui. : Hazel
Witch Salve.
-.rath.! lit' had held fast in his own to ';arraneas.
"""" Leaves Barrancas______ Il.t p. m. No. 21-Dally No. $-Dally j Noitop where time not inown No. 2-Daily 'No. K-Ua.U
( /IT& through all her self possessed eloquence The only positive cure for blind, Leavei fickeni .__ ___ l::!: p. m. 1I 1---

and suddenly a wave of color bleeding and itching and protrude Leave Pensacola _____..___ 4SO:: p. m.Leavei 11:55 p m 7:00 a ,.m Leave" __ PensacolArrlve Itohemma.L .. 10:50 p m 8:* f,.m
-- Pickeni _. _....___ :18p.m. 12:15 night T:187a .. 10:81" .:1J4
S rose and swept across her face ing piles, cuts, burns, bruiei! eczema Arrive Parrancai 5:30 p. m. and make. I nLO" f:14" Ynlestr. 10:" II 11:01"
"Ah, no' she said softly. But be trip to McKee and retnrn. I 12:21: co 7:1 _Escambla_ 10:82" 117"'
CHURCHNOTICES. and all abrasions of II .
the skin.DeWitt's "
On I I UBi" : __ Mulat lOs II 6t
and the
heard her. "Whether I succeed In Wednesdays Saturdays II "
com Usg": 7:2's: ___ Harp __ 10:21 II 6.40)
Is the Witch
only Hazel
boat will leave Barrancas via Pick- j II "
U:50" T.8J8IS Glt CIty_
biniug love and art or not it seems to : 10tO" 6:2'7
-' Salve that la made from the pure, sue for Pensacola at 6:30 p. m. 12:6I ':IIi" Milton __ .. 10:10" 6:') II
THE NEWS would request that the me 1 have arrln'llA : unadulterated witch hazel-all others The General French is for I 1M am __ Ii _Oood SUnge_ __ II I I 4.a: "
co __ Holt. "
1:56" 1:86" 1:11II"
clergy or those having in charge the Spouirc Fur liubbrrii.Mothers are counterfeit DeWitt's Witch ;purposes only and any outsider must I-O; 8.M" .I. Mllllg.o __ t-M II I 4.11 "

publication of church service notice who have children' to Hazel Salve U made to care-counterfeits have a pass from the quartermasterctake 1:88 11:118 II ..._.Cre. vle.__ 9:11 II 4:00 II
made to sell. 1:00 8.M" _.D Land It
are Hargls passage 01 her. : .. eer 8:56" I I.Mt'.a:
for Sunday will send them to thi school will find that a small sponge Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Sidney: 1:11I: 8:19 _._. Mo!.y Head 8:10": I 1:14 II
II "
:08 8:85"
UXFanlBkHprtaii.. 8:18" J
I office by 9 o'clock Saturday morning kept on purpose for cleaning shoos Is a Kahn. : .:1' 3:45 II II Argyle .___ 7:44 S.BI "

in order to insure their Laser.I great convenience. It should be tied to MEN AND WOMEN. I 1:10 9'.67 I __Ponce de Lon__ fW to I 1:11"
t ;, CASTOn.a.. CM Bur 6 for nnnttnnldiiichau 6:00 10:10' II _.Weitvllle__ ':17 to 1t6"
and In the bathroom. It
tion in the proper position in the : a strk'g kept : Ha. Always tagp flnflinimitiont, 6:08: 10:16' __ CaryYllle_ 7:11 co 1sm. ..
I is easily cleaned and leaves no lint on esn... trnutioai or nler tioni t'n 10:30 onUay_ 'S IIM" lf.'

paper. the rubbers. 8Ip&tut c1l+-fP. Cf mucous. and ni not mbr utnnftnt BM.PainlMi. .- 1:00" 10:17" .... __.blplel __ II fII1":! I l*t"
tI C or II:" II 11:1J1" _._.Cottondal_ II 1:111" I 1:8M Ecu
- -- --- -u_ poixmoai.f 1:00" 11:25" II .Marlanna. 11:00 II U:14 "
.Id b7 D5fl114. TM" 1It6.. 6:118" I 11:41 Im
Laxative Rromo!: Quinine ory f. on every Foley's Honey and Tar *.>< in plain wrmpt' r, ':"1 II 11:61 I. .....Grand Cypre.a Rltte_ 52 ", lln I,
fcr trcBtid. far
/>x 'C.Q'bolo I ciprtM. I IM I. 11:06 noon __ Mnealh II 61":
CureS a Cold iDODeDay. Crip ID 2 D )'S\ /. / 25e cures colds prevents pneumonia 109.Circular or}lent bottle CS M.75. I 1:16 I Ul6" ArrlTeIUv 'mnctJ.oa _Lee'd 6:10" J3.A "


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A FACT FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Nasal PEOPLE. OF. THE DAY !-Women as Well. as .Men :i


ABOUT Add Iterated Food.. .aT 'eY...'. Sew Senator.lion. Are Made Miserable by t

What is known as the "Blues' Professor E. F. Ladd of the chemical CATARRHN Francis G. Newlands who has

seldom occasioned by actual exist department of the North Dakota Agricultural yfflilR(o 'rG1 been chosen by the legislature of Xe- Kidney Trouble. OP

is external conditions, but In thepeat college, says: mould be des'-gees rada to succeed Senator John P. Jones

ing of disorder "I do not cure to as an alarmistor Ely's Cram Eilia whose term expires March 4. Is a Democrat : +
majority cases by a pose ;
riean.e.,en'tle.llnd hpa. 14he lie steps to the senate from the Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages I
U\'ER. to Injure tile business of any man : ,'II ,,,:;\Lt'ice. yO erS and lessens ambition; beauty vigor DRINK'i
e.1 where he
Louse has been his state'srepresentative
but brought continually as I am Intuuta.t. :teases,'.r-h ad Crnvsway and cheerfulness soon
THIS IS A FACT .,. since 1893. Mr. New- a -J(
with the existing conditionsand a C <1 .a lieC <1'lukk'1 1f'1 disappear hen the kid
vhichmay be demonstrated lands was born in Natchez Miss., and
knowing the harm that comes from neys are out cf order
by trying a course ofT the ,use of these products I feel that rra-n Halm is placed Into the nostrils: ,spread.over is flfty-flve years of age. lie attended f or diseased. CCKED BY I }
the U'.euiVane and U aloeorbed. Belief:; immediate Yale but did not graduate leaving in trouble: has >
the public is' entitled to know the facts. 1 "
!and a care fallows. It Is cot dry: -deot WHITE RIBBON I REMEDY.
nj become
"From small of the middle! of the junior year to enter : so prevalent
a quantity preserved prodT-e ineezing.: : Large S ize,50 ctnta at Dru,;- S that it is not t
Columbia Law school. He admitted uncommon
sPills ftrawberries, jam or jellies about utiot by mail; Trial Size: 10 ccnu by mail was [1 }
Tult's for a child to be born A'ottutt. ffaflvr. Con It in
T to the bar in the District of Colum- gim glouvj e
what one might oat at a single meal I :ELY BROTUnRS.W Warren Street.New Tort a ,$ go "",ct''ih weak kid trakrleaorrofreritiout puiwnt'j tnorltJyf. '
lave extracted enough aniline dye to It.:- neys. If the chili urin.\I White Ribbon Remedy willcureordt-stroy
color a piece of flannel four Inches to the stole and. presto. tip the cMmley. I aes too cften. if the: the dise'''f'l appetite for alcobollo stimulants It

control :and regulate the LIVER. square a bright red. From a teaspoonful Tiny. iH-rforations in the lid aid urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child whether the patient" U a confirmed '\ "
fly Inebriate, a "tippler, social drinker or .
bring hope and bouyancy to the I of lemon extract I have taken as the; work. reaches an age when it should be able to drunkard. Imposible(or anyone to bave an r :

They They! bring health and elastic- : much picric acid as physiciaus would The hole In the bottom of the pan ia t +, control the passage it is yet afflicted with appetite White Ribbon for alcoholic liquor after ualng .i. 1,
J.JJ. bed-wettmp, depend it. the oil ?
be likely to prescribe in two doses.' I I on one side so that it in no way interferes 1K upon cause l I r;
j;;,to( the body."TAKE the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first Indorsed by Members of \V. C. T V. p.4'
June examined with anything placed In the pan. !
recently for example step should be towards the treatment of ,
KO SUBSTITUTE It Is also walled around with the material I Mre.Moorepreas superintendent Wo t
-__- what purported to be blackberry jelly a these important organs. This unpleasant men's Christian Temperance Union Ventura 11 i"
made from paste possibly a little jelly of the pan to the top so that the ; trouble is due to a diseased condition cf the California writes: "I bave h's ed'f !

11": m'H i..tXtTICFIi added, colored with coal tar dyes, preserved careful housewife need not fear that kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as drunkRrd v" bite Ribbon*.and the Remedy cures on have very been obstinate many.

n'l 11 ; tot tar you If yourblwel with formalin and sweetened any of the juices or frying material most people suppose. I 11n many cases the Remedy was given secretly. iti

!l- :arlurMi.: THE PEST LAT.ATi' with glucose. will escape. The gases are sucked Women as well as men are made miserable I cheerfully recommend and In'I
dorof White Kiolxm R..m..Itpmbpn of
", ; .m-dicine that moves the "Should not some steps be taken to down through the opening and out \;. with kidney and bladder trouble, our Union are ileltgtert to find an ecooomrcnl i
and both need the
same great remedy.The treatment to aid us in our temperance
enforce the food law? through the natural vent, the chlm- at;
and naturally: with pure
.rily' ,
boircl- mild and the immediate effect ci work..
"Similar! violations occur In most ney. Now that It has been so well \ dir
frrl' t1"I.' :ijripin;; or sickening Swamp-Root is soon realized.: It is sold Druggists or by mall !l. Trial package '
states." done one wonders it was not done IKVfore. ", 1 I I
wp'ielue that strengthen by druggists, in f.fty- I
: ;
id-ct..1! free by writing Mrs. A. Townsend (for
.* The bane of frying is the .
cent and one dollarsies. I .. ::::-.::,
"f the bowels and
t: .. n.ti-i'i'" tones A SmoLrlcN* Frying I'an. smoke and smell that fill the kitchen Irt/ : Ycu have ,; I ct.. '!lU1W years secretary of a Woman's Christ. 'l
.. i .<>int where they will No more horrid odors through the may a -,1 .... ', :.a.-.. Union) 2IS TremontSt
tl, ''I;: :' ; and In spite of the utmost care creep sample battle by mail ain Temperance ,

r..rk". :' wnrk nature intended, house when cooking is in progress.; Amodeless all over the house. This is an effectual free also pamphlet tell- Home of gwauip Rooting Boston Mass Bold: I'ensacolaby M I

\1'." ,.1' i .s ,i".i-tunce. frying:; pan: is the latest invention remedy. It Is inexpensive! too. J'i all about it. including! many cf the Hannah Bros.,:i H. 1'alatoi StCHICHFSTER'S
.... :. i is HEP.YTICUjjl to come to tile housekeeper'sR'd. thousands of testimonial leers received

I' 'h'" +ic )- all the above good There' I is a diminutive chimney in Shod line SalniU. from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer f
.. !I"i.nut having: :a bad & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and
cul1 j ;:: ., one sikof the frying pan by which all A shad roe salad needs a pair ot roes'
'. b.ttpr ( mention this ENGLISH'yE1iNYRO
n )r sickening paper.
tH" !I. the odor of cooking is sucked dowu.iuWAXTRD bo'.led'a half hour in salted water, to
;T' ;; I If all c1rnr.ti"t: : I I).>>i't make any mma'se: but re- t PILLS Ut
which a tablespoonful of Vinegar has .. .. .
- --- -- emhtr the name, Swamp Rot. .1 Unly ..m..
I aNo been all 1 'I1. Kemove from the J !I.U.: Ledlanwur.mM .I
< DKilmer's: Swamp) Root and the f is .. ... ('Illt'IIE.1F'I.. tS.I.1 I't".t
fire and plunge into ice water. train, address, Bit ghamton. N. Y., on -:: ID lat an-. !.Geld mnLIe bc..r.4e '1

L.a.s.,. :>>rcm m>,,,,,,, C.r..a.!""53_' --/;*> /71. A on everybox. I skin! and slice thin with a silver knife every !, 6't"1.r: ... ; .l.p. 4n'wn.u..h.t..d.i S. 1aluhr.d. Rrr.lsta.. d rt

',,J' ,1 .h.t.. .f"..l...",'./. ,(Ac..CS .'l.Jf.PLii' 25cJ. :and serve with a French drey-ing made PS, S I .. 1"1'r' .'IN......,''. t.K".f., I..veer.rtr.IATe.t' .' 1:r
; ;:;..:. -cLndrtpcriai:1.2 .iJS dJ I bottle.'s \ .n. 'lrdri r..r..t........k.,... ,
V. .
as follows: Put one and a half tcaspooiifuls nox. FKISCIS: G. XEWLA::D3.L13. f) ..n ::1.11. ",..".. ."......... 5.44e br t 1
II of salt in bowl that has lie !Qestor I .. .+ 1ru-o... thr..r..l t'...
-I a 11" practical law in San Francis ;[ ....., ...rat ....11... M.IR, a'a"L' Pa, '
been rubbod with a halved onion cover
A. VAN PELT. J. C. VAN PELT. co until lsvtlion\ ho became trustee. _
with pepper, then with cayenne, add
of the estate of the late \Vilhun! Sharon -
six tablcsi-ooiifuls! of oil aid two of I
VAN PELT formerly Fult.-d Static senator I
\ lII'ar. Before stirring at nil add u Laundry "
from Nevada. Mr. Now lands removedto
piece of ice the size of an os and then ,
Ilcno. :\,'\.. and las since been
GARDEN STREET GROCERS stir nil with a fork for live minutes.Uciuove .
proiiiiiusitljUleiititinl! with the interests -
Busiest Best I
the Ice and beat until thick. Biggest ;r..
of ihf st.itc. Ifs haS IMI-H for .
Have Received Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of Use at once. Garnish: the rot .
year sue of the loading authorities upon S
with pieces of cucumber cut in cubes i. i
the siiliject of irrigation: :and an ad-
and a teaspoonful of finely chopixtl
rotate of measures providing for governmental -

chives. systems t.f Irrigation in the They Speak : ifI
Fruits Nuts and all the Delicacacics of the Season.Our .
.i New :Meat HonMer. and regions' of the west.
Y f"S
Uoods are Arriving Daily and you* can Always Rely on Getting the The meat roaster shown here is one

of the new things intended to facilitate Mr. Mnild'ft Sorrp**. i
Best, Freshest and Cheapest. and improve the process of roast- Representative' Mudd of Maryland for Themselves W! Y

has frequently been in contlict with

VAN PELT BROTHERS the other members of his delegationover We let the Shirt, Collars: '

\ the (question! ; of patroiiaw. and Cuffs we Launder speak for ,

TELEPHONE NO. 231 ..+* jt ..'I 31 EAST GARDEN ST. ''\ i "At last: I Lave: sum-wled In placing; themselves. They will talk louder
two 1Il'1I"itlhlUt receiving protests } we can. We want to be judged
from every other member of the delegn-i
tion." declared Mr. Mudd nwiitly."Who loieoy( the work we do than by i.

are they? Charles Carroll of what we say. "

Classified\ Advertisements Carrollton and John Hanson two of

laryllIlll's nio:-t tinjriiislied sors."

( !I Mr. Mudd meant the two new bronze ALL WORK c. o. D. Goods Called for M Delivered Free

... I statu-s Maryland has 1Ilcl'tlln Statuary
I' hail.senator.
I CONSEH-. TI : sivosr oi>oiis. 11i!II 11\'" UTiruinnllsm. '

.._._._---,---- -------- - -- -- -- -- -- -- InTl,c i'ntr |-an has a wire tray in Sound oily UNkiil 1 Senator: l Hannn if he a ra.raaeu.wrw : -_ i .

I.< >..*'I'. I tIll !Lio-birh:? : can: lx> lifted out. was not afraid beeause of the letter l.t _

-All kinds of empty beet McaN <. ".i-d ii: this utensil have nil had from on Ohio! pensioner which said! ..T W..i..all Wiv.r.I.. _.....IT7._:_- ......_-.:.:..i....-:.-_:.."4.. --_-".....1 viL-_ .:.IPA..-..-.,.h....T.-...-........-..-..-.,._"?" ;; -. ...f r
Htlps. S. A. Fnt'dulinn f" -
>Ss Yiniarotte with tin s.i\'iry, odors clued in during the the wrier had cast a spell of rlieumati1 : ;; r

i J'" leave at News of- WA TED-Ien to learn barbr-r ('II k il;:. -!.! on the senator because he hal: III..t
tf. seeured increase in for the Roberts & Dailey | rjjij 'l
---- --- trade: Tools: diplomas, positions The lllns; In the (.nl.... II Ii jnllI. an pension E: E 1
L": -1i: ill oanvased-b-ieked and bOlnl.t'n graduate: Short
l h ..k citnt.'iinin: name time required by our methods of i It is the! cu=trim at some social gath- "IVhawr !'altll1anna. "If I could get -DKALKKHK: : ( '

1 __ >, written in indelible steady practice, fxpert instructions eritiirs to mix various objects, such as rid of my rheumatism by getting pen |/t| ( j

S .. l"ward! for the re- f-tc. Catalogue; mailed free. coins, rin;,;s. thimbles, etc.. in a cake to sinus I would: camp out at the penlionolfite 1 i fJ i iy
ilbe. II. II. or E. Moler Barber College, 128: Caron- furnish a n.tI tIii 'Gt to the ;:uPtt=-. There ." | CHOICEST STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, s

I. ." J. J.:. Clement No. ilelet street New Orleans, Iii.11'A are two objections to this custom as

; I 1' ." ,:'".111. 21f-tf ordinarily carrier) out some of the : !lloftln'li \1"1\: Premier.Spin .: New Florida Syrup, Fish Roe, Etc. '| .1: ,
FED: -50 more pupils i"Hlack K
metal articles may not Iw perfectlyKMII i is for things: from
hoping great ;
and White.can learn Hy to tins draw?ytem anything anyone ; i <' and tlu-rv is the risk that the her new prime minister Senor Franeis- [{] FRESH: !SUPPLY OF 1:1.[| t'ti;y yPALSTON'S

MONEY TO LOAN I smallest nmoii; tLein may be sn allowed. ajul she III have good
tli-y! wish any size. Even childrenten co Sil\el'i.: seems ;
years old can learn. Every The best plan is I to twist each reason for so doing. The statesman (5 OAT MEAL BREAKFAST FOODS AND CEREALS l 1'f f )

I :a..Hiable terms and I pupil endorses it. Come in and article in a bit of oiled paper which I who for the seeonil time I is stueoodiiigtho &: OF ALL KINDS. !J.I ; I

x see for yourself. Otis A. Miller will prevent risks from either tauM: lamented alslIn; : the pivmicr- ,

*, I'jUfox W. HULLARD I l Ktudio iu Salisbury i Building. I ship is a man of deeideilly uncommon I E: FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. :i: <
; > Up-Staira. .
J \ Wn,-ox: :Manager.', .\ Weak Stomach character! and gifts. It Is true that : ROBERTS & DAILY 1 ;.: ; >,
i iI
Seiior Silvcl.i.! wlien first chosen to direct ,

11y\11 \x\V. n.. Iri.1 EXCHANGE Munmer home-Any in one the mountains wanting;; a I: causes a weak body and invites the national destinies. field (lU I'e f;;;} 218.220 Wright St., East of Union Depot .lJ!!f. 1fils' j 1J
Kodol Cure di"-I
ease. Dyspepsia only for a short! tina, but that was less
can exchange property in Floridaor l.:
x > 1df'ut. Money to Phone fj. l'cnsicoli, I'la.
ible of intere-t South\ Georgia for equal valuein i and strengthens the stomach his fault than tile fault of the times. ', _. 'Fi f.
rate -..._--. -_-_ ..._--_ ...-_ .-_ .. .._-_ ..-_ .-_ .. -_ ..-.'-.. -
I . . .C': .
I(/rlty. Otlice lit and Ash.-villp.\. Will trade up wards off and overcomes disease. J. lie beeame prime minis-tor just when .......LV.L_.r.t..1. W.WYeW.W. ee-.........r"--t r' j'r, .,
', :t.:11't "Uett.Io un! to #10.UHorle>s. Otis A. Miller B. Taylor a prominent merchant of the whole country was tingling/ with ,,'i ,
Saliibury. Block, I'eiiaacola. I : the hands of"I could not shame over its defeat at
n: t h.KM) ou improved I Him- -- I I bPN ue of a weak stomach. I I II America and OUT the cession of the HALL & KLEIN : ;

.' in large or mill I'OK f..Al.i.;. lost all strength and run down in rhilippiiiCN and few men could have ,
i i inw rote of interest. --- -- I weight. All that money could do satisfieil! the demands of all the contending

l i K: lit(inks attorney FOR HALE-The most desirablelots was done, but all hope of recovery I fact inns.Now. 500-502 S. PALAFOX STREET. l''"<*

..: S t >. Palafox tit., Fi.-Iier in the city on easy terms, by I''vanished. Hearing some wonderful however the situation in !Spain
_' 3m 1 mM the Fishpr Real Estate Agency.2o4Ja 1 cures effected by u-e.or Kodol I is the menil. and
quite evidently en

'N: : i n [D\Y-bii you Ltydi .. South 1'al.ifox.: ------IbalmPor -- I concluded benefltted me to try, and it.after The takinjr first bottle four t I Senor :SIIu-Iu;\ has almost!Ilmr.l-d ever} thing in \ Staple and Family Groceries.t

itcnt- his favor. A of talents.
i can borrow any I -- bottles I am full restored to my : man:
1 "atit to Jay 011 et-net FOR UENT-In opera house build- \I"ua t strPD th.wei hth and health."
I Select Meats Etc. in Tins.
wt rates anywhereunproved I irgon ground llonr. one stoie and j Har! U Pharmacy, John Sheppard I Vegetables, ;
city real ollk'o; on second floor, three "IICf',. Sidney Kahn. I {,
Wm. Tuber alt S.I\ feh't. Frnduce. 11
,. lu-tl! .- .-- ---- .--- I Faultry Eggsand! [ Country i

1 Ituar.IIti II"uu. C.ItL 9TO Tt .,
J '" ii>rmw ;inuut-y, r.iiure th. T e tr.d YJ3! Ha-.a AlA'rs BJICT' Telephone! No. 358.ROYAL y'f -
JWArWI HOLTI': at Wheelt't !
: your pioprityicts t' 'f1i ;
:springMary E-ther; Fl.i.. Mr... ; nstsVEItIHLY! r LL7"4 ,
of title buy or -
1-t,(. ;,L/:4 ;
-". All the
Condon propmlre
", trot property HI! c"mf rts of bewe it very nea"ono ._- ,- -- I i \ ) Ii
'J.. have r<'iin 1..11'1 -- \ S'FANDAIIDVIIISIiEY: \ ( r
i I' taxt-.i at'et.ded to. lie rates. Northern touri-ts will : >MCllEUlJ 4 1 ) .' (.
5 5 riio-.C. WaUou I I Hud this an ideal place to ?peed a "
5. s
latH' and I It.lira hl'\:: !I !portion of th. season. 12ilm FOR STEAM: DIVPION 3 Years Old, ia Casss cf 4 fall (pearls j t\\ S3 29 per call .1$ : :;f f'l'IfJ t

e'ila, Fi.i. Char .-= I II ..i i PUN'SCOLA: !! ELKCrillC: riUlSRAILWAY rc _
: !. .I. !
i i-\\vryoin- !ho buys : .: ____ COMPANY.Tralnt : .
w., will Una uiomj'Mlllll i i H. Ii. Dl.\O\: the tailor has re-: leave' FeDBftCOlft tar the Lt- ;, :-; WHISKEY: NdMill at the Nelson Co. i3: t

.1 I OH-". 511 i, uiovtd to llij 1Vet Government Bayou, BU Uayou Warr:::gton: Navy ', !,rand 1 Ky., Di-tillery: aid j-s fully matured |In wood : ..
,.trt'l't. npH-ie Express otlioa. fort harraacas al bdore b"ttlinIt;: is ab" .lately pure: and not txelkd 1. '

tit <.0' )1)-.. where he is prepared to clean repair S.SO a ui.arrive at Fort Harrancftt 7:lh.. .: i-i quality by any Whi-kty of the f-ame Ji';o fJ
...._.. ..n.. I and pre,s ladies' and 1f'ntl 1 10-iM a.m.arrIVal at Fort Hluranc&lllI: I;a. (( ;:r matter: where produced. The Royal Standard ;,

: r.KIltNn-M.iimf.: lII,>n.;' toilnr ides-"t,. 1Gj: 111I 1 l.oup.m.arrlveatKort;.Up.m.Arrive at fort Kfurauoas iiarraacna 4:16 l:4.'t p, r16p r:: i s is ei?ht years: old when bmled and, con iderif.l

aler! in Hair (Jood, ... : in. arrive Kort Karraacai 1:011.> ts:00p.m its excellent quality U the cheapest:: whirkeyiii p .
ArticleHair Oil I --- -Ill-Oil .arrive at Fort Barranca 8t 1'.1 the market at price. As a beverage, and aa
-t tinvernnseuttreet to\\--ro\ : Trains lenol Fort Barraacai tor )'enuooa .f I that
__ MAKE I MONEY We 8t an absolutely stimulant there N none better

tVt' i j u.W I offer you an iuve-tuieiit guaranteed Tl5a.m. arrive at Peasacola __. 8OU .. .. t Chipped in cae containing; no marks whatever: to 1
bv two liun companie. It lluup m. arrive at fensacola-11:46 (.t indicate contents. If purchaser upon examiningthe y

'N YOUNG )n s--rl'm? may make you rich. Thi: H no 2:00 p. m. arrive at Peasacola.-._. p r whiskey, is not sati-fied with the quality be
F. scheme or fake. Fend $200 for 6:00 p m arrive at Pensucola 5t6po the at our aDd
can return same :
i "unity at once to pre- 1 TaO p. m.arrive at 1'8n8..o01&.. .. TCp. expense money .
-moiH in the Uovt-rn- Investment Ct rtificatl". It you are i i g:45 p. m arrive at Pen aco:*- 1:1101 D. k will be refunded.: .
". Apply to not sati-fied upon invertiguion, we .aatnraayi only All order should be accompanied by either
.-\i.ite: CorreInt.. will (give you your money b.ick.Wtltuer I rasa roa WBCK DATa SENOR FKASCISCO SILTXLA. slcarvutwlotD currency post llice money order, bank draft or express 1 l' t
Cedar Raped I.i. & Dunn Fiscal AleutsfiO( ''i feniaoolato Fort Barrauca and retorutit he has had an extraordinarily thorough }+ n e money order. We refer to First National tl
Broadway New York. entacoU to Navy Yard and retnrD1I1 Bank merchant in 1'ecsacola. .
._ d.V w I 1m .. Peniaoola to Palmetto Beach and r ;nrn iuSUSDAT political tralnln His integrity; has or any

\\A--. >+-veratpersonsofchar- II. ALFMAN, umbrella: maker 315 lOB 1:>>1111.. made him re-ipocti-d everywhere. He U : ,

., : 'o.l reputation in eachn South Palafox street. Recovering 'i When coaches.ii we"tti. r permits the rannlni t a convincing and eloquent orator and S. A. FRIEDMAN :

this county rtqurtd) ;; and repairing:' of umbrellas and open Leave Pensaoola. Lv Fort Barre... so brilliant a writer as to have been .,

,' and ad vt'rtl..p old aw..lthy =- parasols a specialty. Silk covers a a. m. 10 .. no.n made a member of the Spanish af ade- 3; SOLE: PROPRIETOR PF.VSACOLA FLA. :." i'j
bikinis* hou"ely always on hand. jan 3 a. m. 11 1.11. my. lie is \;t-H to do ia his own fight I"

'.' ancl..I'stauJin S iItry .. ( :H' 'h al C"o-t unit--. 1! 1 Ip.m p. m. Ip.m II p.m. and las wife is a daughter: of 'the rc- !' O. BOX 4IH. TH.K1-HONK: 179 :: r"r"I"
"I I With aJdi- ,
xptn-es I i p.m P ro. nowno-l Spanish capitalist, the '
d all> in ca-h Ip.m P IL.IplIe. .j 1
de Ioring.Scaor -- -5- -
vet- ar tl
We.hlt''J.fn'm I 6 p.m. f
1 : bend :: :, materials native of Mi-lrld. :
I m. 1 p. m fihela is a "
H.i r-e and carriage fur- i can be rented at :Mrs. E. D, I p. rAaa rO.1I0.114'1 lIe i< a lawyer by profession! having t rr handle every clan of.Liquor sold la ;; .r 1

x"' rn n< c.iry.. lleteru. Norclstrom's Millinery Store. AliMask' >.B oolkto JTI Bkriknoai S TItramflretnrn. bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that i'... :
.:urt u.f self-addres*ed enl I False: NoeVi:/'" and I I \ ._.____ II boon admitted to the bar at an umwa p;:, are gray down. -
(.' itoi l l Co. Caxtnu PtnuooU to rklaxetto Ke g6 u* ally ?.
Hair Goods at No. 11 En Intendencia earlyjic
ticaijo. 9feb4 j street near Pdldfox. No Irelfbt elvedafterllip.m. Try the NEW Wuct Column. I +


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< V .



Of the Board of Public Instruction for PURCHAsE
Month Ending Dec. 8, 1902. '

amMtloua and Industrious boy and DR. MEN ON SHIPS I ONCEJf

Xo7To balance onhand..? 373.31:
girl should remember that there is a "erctlon"to
Nov. 11-Cash from state

every can of GOOD LUCK Baking Powder comptroller, from 1-mill
tax .. . .. .. ... .. 2229.50 THAT NUMBER WILL MAN THE you yet wish to reep the benefits of our MONSTER
hid mother and Ills
and should get Louse-kepj- Nov? 11-Cash from D'Alem-
berte, from tax year of
log ulsters, cousins and aunt to eave them for 190U .. . . . .. .. CS.3C:: DAY.

tun. Dec.berte 6-Cash, from from tax year D'Alem-of

1901 .. . .. .. 404.89 ODD AND END SALE!
Richmond, Virginia.18001ALE0H0E81. Dec. 6-Cash from D'Alem- The greatest number of navy men
berte, from tax year of
which it has ever been this for-
1902 .. .. .. . . 27.20 city's
.......................... tune to have as guests will be thoseon '

$3,103.26; at WON'T LAST MUCH LONGER *
board the fleet expected this after

i i By warrants CR. paid. noon. %

14454-J. M. Crona, addi- Sizes all broke lines connot fit and
The number of men on each ship as incomplete, everyone WHAT'SLEFT
tions to school No. 53. .. .$ 121.85
.e.e NN.Nt1'' 14431-J. P. Goodman, painting given in the official register are as

Mr. and Mrs. Chipley R. Setze with 143; school desks. . C8.50 follows: MUST GET OUT !

their little son Reginald who have 14S7-R. B. Heine extra
work and repairs on Alabama, 536.:
been visiting Mrs. C. R. Whiting left schools 1, 34 and 70. . 133.GO Atlanta, 296.
for their home in Atlanta last night. 143SS:; -J. P. Goodman, Illinois, 536. Here Are the Prices, and It's Now Up to'OU !

painting black boards for ,
The Hisses StUe of Marietta Ga., school No. 1. 79.50 Indiana, 497. -

who have been the guests of Mrs. W. 144C7-N. B. Cook superintendant's Iowa, 510. LADIES' SHOES. Misses' Shoes. Men's Slippers
expense bill 2S.9S
Isle de Luzon 267.
D. Chipley for the past week returned ,
14469-.\. V. Clubbs 10 bbls
to their home last night. These la- lime for schools. 10.00 Kearsarge, 5S7.Massachusetts $3 50 Patent Vici Lace Welt $_ 50 Patent Viei. Lace, Welt $1 25 \'ici. Kid. Black Oper,
sundry 403. Sole..... ...... .. .... ..:$2 78 tole.11! t02.$2 00 100 Vici Kid Black, Tai,
X. B.
dies have many friends in Pensacolawho 140U1- Cook suptrin-
Wine Color... .. .. .
3 50 Patent Vie! Lace Turn
tendant's expense hill.10.00 Texas 443. 175 VKid, Button or Lace 'I:
were glad to have them among I 143fi6-N. B. Cook superin- Prairie Hole ...... ...... ........ ... -2TS Ill' to 2...... ..... ... .... 1 39 "02 Black or Brown Alli ,
them and for of the ,
hope repetition
tendant's salary . . 100.00 3 00 Vice Hand-sewed Turn lOc Whittemorp Baby KCombinition ;
pleasure. 250.:; .. ... 1 50 Vici Kid, Button or Lace,
Lace Button 239
I U76-Gro.: W. Turton photos Bole or Il'jto2.... .... .... .... ... 1 is PolishCHILDREN'S .
I of school building 9.00 Most of these men have just been 3 00 Vici Lice Dull Kid; .Tops.
:\I.r. and Mrs. John S. Deuhani have 143'Jii; -Wills & Broughton, Welt Sole. .......... .... 2 41 1 25; Vici Button or Lice lllj SI10L3.[
I work done for schools paid off and have not been on shore to 2.................. S9s
visiting them threeery harming 2 50 Vici Kid Lace Extension
Miss Helen Denham, Mr. Pasco Nos. 1 and ). 5,5 since receiving salary. The navy pay Role ..... ...... ... .. ...... 171 1 00 Vie!, Button or Lace, 11U H) Viei, Lace, Ration -
guests : 1445S-Sou. Bell Tel & Laced Button 1 b9 :" 1$1 to 11... ..... .... . ,,
table 2 50 Vici Kid or to 2... .. .... .... .... .. 01 cMen's {
brother of Mr. Sam Pasco of this per month is as follows:
I Telegraph Co., rent of 2 50 Vici Button, CommonSense I: 123; Vici Lace or P.uttou

city and Mr. George Thames, of Jack phone ::.:;0 First-class seamen, $24; firemen Turn Sole ........ 1 b9 I toll...... .... .. .. ,,
1 sonville. 14443::-News Pub. Co., print- 2 50 Vici Button Welt Sole. ... 2 07 Shoes. 'I 1 00 Vici. Lace: or Uotton -
first-class, $35 musicians, $32:: ordi- '
1 ins exam. notice, etc. 29.00 ; ; 2 00 Patent Tip Lace, Cuban, a toll,... .... .. .. . '
1I I lion. Cromwell Gibbons, of Jacksonville 14397:;: -News Pub. Co., printing nary seamen, $19; firemen, second- Military and French Heel 164 $:) 00 Patent Kid Allover Blu- I' 1 Patent Leather Lace. ;

financial statement. 2.00 1 'iJLace Extension Hole, Heel ..... .. .. .. .. .
:: : .4:381 to 11...... .... .. .. . ,
who has been enjoying the 144G3-rnion School FurnI- class$30; shipwrights, $25! ; appren- and Spring Heel..... .... 1 29 ;

carnival festivities in this city left for ture Co., sample chart. 7.30:; tices, $15; landsmen, $16; coal passers 1 75 Lace, Patent or Leather 5 00 Patent Vici, Lace Exten 503 Box Calf Button, 6 to .> MWc

his home last night. 14394; -Lyon. Conklin & Co., Tip..... .... .. .... ........ 121 sion Sole...... .... ...... .. 379 Vici, Lace, G to 8.... ,;,
registers for school No. 1 19.0iH $22.OFFICERS. 175 Button Extension Sole... 129 5 00 Patent Coroner Monkey 7oc Patent Leather, Lace: 6

Paymaster Wilcox of the Alabamais :; -Central School Supply 160 Lace or Button Heel and Skin Top..... .... .... ... 3 'i9 to S...... .... ...... . &
House crayons and OF SHIPS Spring; lIS
in the city to the delight of his erasers 23.00 1 25 Lace of HeeL..i.p. 3 50 Patent Vici, Lace or Button 276 50c Had Holes, Lace. fir lintExtension -
ton, 2 to 6...... . . \
.... ..
many friends. 14441-The Pen cola Press Bole 89c 3 50 Shoes, all kinds and styles 2 76
printing school notices. 10.00 125 Lace, Common Sense...... boo 73c Soft Boles, 18Styles. . i eoOc
Col.Sam Mills and wife who have 14442-The Pensacola Journal 100 Lace, Common Sense... .. SicLadies' 3 00 Patent Enamel Extension 2 41 Hof Boles: All Colorsus:
printing school no- 3 00 Vici Kid or Box Calf Kid
Quite a number of officers from .
, been in New Orleans for the past few tices 16.00 House Sl.lpperS.1 Lined...;... ......... ...... 241 Boys Youth's and Little Gents
several of the at rue
'Y t days, returned this morning and 14573-J.; J. Deuel, lumberfor battleships were
different hotels last night, some of $1 75 Red and Black Quilted 2 50 Vici Kid Plain or Cap Toes 189
school 6 90145S4
-4 went down to Barrancas. repairs No. 20.
Satin Fur Tops...... .... .. 149 Shoes.
ttt -Wm. Johnson & Son, them having left their vessels and 150 Black Jnlietes. Fur Tops.. 1 19 2 60 Lace Patent Leather.... 1 SI ,

t Mrs Kenneth McAlpine of Portsmouth supplies sundry schools. 134.71 coming to this city by rail. 1 50 Black Felt Juliets, Fur 2 00 Vici Kid, Plain of Cap 2 00 Vici Kid, Lace 2'4 to 6> I 169
14445:-Anderson & Dorr, .. .. ...... .... .... ...
87c .. 1
it a Va., arrived at the Escambiathis insurance 41.00 Among those who registered at the Back Toes, Lace or Congress. 149 7i\'iciI\ld.Lace.2It to 5.' i 29
75c Felt lined 49c 1 25 Batiu Calf Lace
Slippers, Plain <>r
morning. The lady is here to 14430; -II. S. White l)-h:ting; Escambia last evening apd this morning 1 50 Heavy Satin Satin Calf
Black Sarge Slippers... .... .... 24c Cap Toes, 24 1to 5.' . ''.i I?
meet her husband who is an officer on blanks 29.73; were Paymaster W. B. Wilcox $150 Felt Shoe, Leather Tipped Shoes.. .... .... .... .... ... 1 22 1 75 Vici Kid Lace l:{ to: i I M

the battleship Texas. "i4373; : -II. S. Whi'j: prin'in; and Lieutenants M. E. Thibodaux Lined, Lace.... .... .. 1 19 New Orleans Hand Made Cable 1 50 Vici Kid, Lace, 13 to a I h
blanks 14.93: from the battleship Alabama; C. W. 1 2;) Felt Shoes, Lace or Congress :Screw Shoes... .. .... ,... 93c 1 25 Box Calf Lace 13 to 2 !.III'
{ 14414-Knowles Bros., insurance Li ned ...... ...... ... 89c 1 50 Vici Kid Lace, l* to it: 1 I I.IHi
L 0. Polk and wife, and Mrs. G. M. IS.50It Roche, from the Texas; and Lieutenants /.Merchants are not barred from buy-
Black Serge Shoes Lace or Con- 4sc ing this bboe. 1 2'ici; Kid, Lace, U to I I.; -
r Cantrell all of Little Rock, Ark., are : & Knowles Bros., insurance II. T. Percey, W. K. Harrison, .
I I -- ---- -- -
-- ---
:314393 :.00
at the Kscambia for a short stay. George R. Marvell and Z. Madison
; :;-Southern States L.

i R. U Phelps-, agent:; for Gentry's I I Co, material for repairs. 12.23:; from the Indiana. ::Meyer Shoe Co.
14J49-T. F. Wrishton.paint-;
1 Dog and Pony show is here putting
I ins; signs: schools Nos. The HiillrV \\itn, In Doulil.
tip paper for that attraction. I :5 and :53;: 7.20
The recent St Andrew's I dinners, according -
ll'.O:'.-J1.. Crona, repairs Feet Furnishers for Cash Only. 102 South Palafox Street.A .
to the Gazette
y Fred Meyer, advance man for the I I school No. :31: :33.20::: ; Westminster
# have IMHMI noteworthy for the profusion
"Are You a Mason" company, is at'' 14 COD-Pensacola Home &
of Scotch stories. which In several
,; the Merchants. lie is preparing: for Sa'ingssociation, interest
J4S50: cases fairly set the tables in a roar. Cure For lumbago.V. .SPECIAL SALE.

the early appearance of that company 14399-T. C. Watson & Co., :Some of them have an ancient ring \ C. Williams Amherst, Va., .. ..

in Pensacola. interest 43.73: but there Is that is not
one perhaps says: "For more than a year I suffered -
a ) US2-T. C. Watson & Co., generally known. A doctor was attending from lumbago. I finally triedChamberlain's -AT-
v, Peter Hargrove! of Nashville, Tenn., insurance 62.00 a dangerous! case where n
Balm and it
s is at Merchants.. 143SO-0.: M. Pryor furniture Scotch butler was fugagitl. On callingin
for schools Nos. 1 gave me entire relief, which all
' 1
1 the forenoon he said to ,
J': Y An interesting party at the Merchants and 55: 29.73:; Lope your master's temperature !" other remedies had failed to do." ER'S

q t'. today is composed of J. W. I 14471 member-Miss grading Pauline committee Reese-, much lower today than it was lastnight" Sold by all druggists and medicine ToBRAWN

' i Jones, J. II. Williams and T. A. Williams . . . ... . G.i) "I'm no' sac very sure shoot dealers.
:':"it all of Evansville ltd 14391:; -James Stearns repairs that" replied the butler, "for he dee'd Stock of Spring

schools Nos. 27 and this! morning"An I II Hot French Waffles with
t II I
,.:!7 '" Uu,.. Yimr riiilil SnorrJ 32 i: 42.33:;: I
How many white mothers know I 143&3: : -W. J. & B. Forbes. I .\ulLerlty. I i Florida Cane, Syrup at Goods, which i now Arriving Daily.

t& whether their children breathe well or I supplies fur sundry Peter Irthur:1:1 once talking i Solomon's.THE .
schools . . . 104.90, another
with trlt'n'hl.'n he
ill? llo-v many take the pains to teach I a quoted 3000 yards of 7 9 Soft-Finished I 30 doz Men's All Wool Red fndt-r-
1 t'II; 3-Sou. Bell T. & T.
their offspring! the otlice of the nose as I man as a financial nttthnrit Hi* Bleached Domestic, worth Gc, to shirts, worth $U.EIleciaI7; drawer*
it C,).. rent of phone . 3.30:: : MARKETS.
: i li\ compared with that of the mouth? 1 14417-Daniel Hart, boring friend disputed\ the right of the personiuoted make room, at -tIlC yard. to mutch.:
;6 How are intelligent enough to < to I lie considered an expert. Mr.McArtliur 30K Fitchville 4 4 Bleached 47 Ladies' Ready-tn-Weir Rainy
: I uiiiny a well school No. 5. . 2J: .{u) yards
I realize that the difference between letting 143S1: -.\. C. Tippin, wood, insisted that the man had a Domestic worth 9j. to make room, J) iy Skirts: worth $1.50, special sale

I n child! clivi| 'pencil njoUtlie and I school No. 41 :5.00:> rixLt to speak like nn oracle. COTTON REPORT. I at 7c yard 9b- each.
I II -3 Ladies' Wear
Ready-to- Rainy
cloM mouthed i-i the difference between J14pt-F. M. Williams, rtriv- "What is your definition of an au- 2500 yard Lonsdaleand Fruit 44 1
for shool 1 I thorny asked his friend. I Bleached Domestic worth lOc to I II Day Skirts guaranteed all0')1,
a nuKmce alltl"l'1.'lit 1tt.'al'c1 I in? a deep pump wntth f4, special pale $2.43 each.
I No. 4 47.70 "My idea of nn authority" retorted make room at yard.
I I m Ladies' Black and Colored
s ) Reported THE NEWS by D. F. I
s'd' Ironing llll li"n.. lIt MO-C. 11. Turner. &*':anb.ed I :\MeArthur, "is a person who bluffs : 105$,) yards 4.4 Unbleached Domestic 1t "r-t..d i Kkirts worth $1.50 special

i In ironing; riblMMis instead of placing I, sink, school No. 2 tI. 4.30 IIl'fonmy limit. Lowe & Co. I worth Cc, to make room, ut I, .a'a ll! I each.
144s; -J. \\'. Norris, repairs I Spots I 4'4c yard. '
,.;.. tin rililxm mi the ironing; Iniard and I I I 57 L nlle& Black Tailored and Fi<-
pasMi the iron ever and over the surface I I school I No. 43. tM14H" Good Middling..9 7-8 100 yards 10-4 Gold Brand Sheeting !I ur..j Skirts, worth $2 50 to $6, special
-McMillan Mill Co., 14473: -J. D. Emmons hauling worth ISc, to make room, at 13: hale |1.!J8 to 14.98 each.
by the result will be more satisfactory I supplies school No. 43.: 1.40 I paints to school No 11 1.50 Strict Middllng..9 3.4 yard. 100 doz Men's All Wool Cam-!

I _. If the riblxtn is drawn from under 145SC:; ;-Willis\ Hardware Co.. 14423-H. E. Graham, teach Middling .... ...... ...... ......9 5-8 1000 yards 10 4 P"operal Bleached Hair Undershirts, worth $1.50. open'

!I the Iron a few inches at a time taking | supplies schools Nos. 2, er's salary . . . 155.55:; Strict Low Middling.... ,.....9 710 Sheotihg, worth make room, ial $I ; drawers to match In White

.fl. : care that the 'Ilt'S Ire kept even ';'1 and 74. 4.10 14371: .Washineton Russ Low Middling. ..... .v..... ....9 1.8 at 18'.'c yard. : Red and Fawn colors.
t-Uo the rlblwii will present a crooked 144CC: -Willte Hardware Co., janitor school No. 74 .... 10.00 25 doz. Hov's and Girls' Ribbed
yytt'! appearance. 1 I' supplies schools Nos. 1, 14432-A. C. Brewton. Jr., Tone Steady. I 'i.j(} yards 104 Pepperal Bleached I and Fleeced Lined Undershirts at
L 14 and 74 6.90 i repairs school No. 13. 4.00 FUTUHES. Sheeting, worth 25c. to make room. 25c; drawers to match.

Ji; { :Mitht sewing I 14427-Mrs. II. T. Mitchell 144C2-J. P. Jones painting March ...... .. ... .... ...... ....10.14 at 203 yard.Remember. 24 doz. Boy's and Girl's Gray and

'( Busy mothers who find it necessary I teacher's salary . ... 22.50 schools Nos 11, 33 and ..... ...... ...... . .. ......10.10 we carry a full line of Red All Wool Updersbirts at iillc'.
vv4.' to sew lu the evening are rc'tvnuueud- 1442S-S. R. Tate. teachers 47 . . . . . 35::: .00' Iay. j Boys' Pants from 3 to 16 age at drawers to match.
salary . . . . 22.30:; 14472-Miss Frank Sampey, prices to suit everybody. We carry a full line of LaJi ,
& cd l>y the mother of :t large! family to 1442tl-J. M. Tate teacher's exam. committee . ... C.OO NAVAL STOllta MAUHKT. 70 doz Men's Heavy French Neck Men'* and Boy'a and Girls' BhoM

j use self threading nnslles for night:; salary . . . . 40.00' 144C3-F. Uigsby, painting Moreno Undershirts, special 20c; that we can save you 25c on.
1 ijjjii( ; work and thus save time and eyestrain 144IC-C. H. Hohhs. repairs schol No. 11---- . 1S.73; Reported Dally for The New. bUnion drawers to match. Remember-We carry a full liue

.' ':' i: I ; glut to confine these evening .f- 14 school No. 5. . . 20.54: 1447C-Atraore Hardware Co Naval Store Oo.V08IB. 60 doz Men's Fleeced Lined Undershirts of Men's Clothing; Bougnt at 50c on
','" forts so far us possible to white sew I 14371: *-M. Raggett: waterC. supplies for school No. 11 1.S3:: worth SOc, special 35c; dollar. We will close them out at

I I 3! ing. ., school No. :33:: . l'9'14J31 '> 14429-Miss Bertha Coker, WW ___. _1125 H_ ._._12 so I I IWO drawers to ma tcb. Just % price oil other merchants.

1'i t \ I C. L. Fairchild teacher's salary . ... 17.30:; _____ 8 0_.____._ :! 10 i il
: Ordinary glassware may IK made to teacher's salary . . 43/0: 14368-Jefferson Jones, jan- ___ B 65 p ______ 2110!
i ItK : hook almost ns tine as i-ut glass if it 14174-Jno. Scott, janitorfor itor school No. 2. .... . 10.00 We will Close Out Any Winter Wool Dress
i : be washed In hot snds, dried on a linen exam . . . :3.50: 14432...:-Miss Mable Quinn ,200:
'jilt : towel and then rullltt.- I. while still 14433: -Jno. Scott labor teacher's salary . . :35.00: L-___ 2b5 C 4::below.._ 20)errnrr. Goods at New York Wholesale Prices.
4 warm with tissue ;p:1Itt.'r. done for school No. 4'). GAO Dec. S-By balance . ... 531.12 TtraraerAa-6ibtd.
14559-11: iCke & Co.. work
i. I on addition school No 1. 03.36: :: $ .1ft.2r.: ACENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS.

Clean pillows by putting them on tilt ,. 14453-Gem Rook Store, Dec. 8-To balance. . 531.12: Tables of quality for the.

I grass in n drenching: rain. After loving I crayons . . . 1."_0 I certify that the above statement Dining room, library, hall Remmber the Place
I; veil soaked they should K1 squeezed 141C1-K."I. Jones repairs iq correct, as U shown by the min- F. E BRAWN

aNl dung ill a Shildl l'l.'. to dry. I school No. 4. . ... : S.M lutes and treasurer's report. and parlor at Marston $ ,
f 14x77-K. L. Jones wood N. B. COOK Quina's,

1\ajvj5jj 1 The corks of bottles or Jars containing t t school Xo.I.. .. .. . 4.00 Secretary and County Superintendant."For 105 S. Palafox St.

should be 143l: rt:-H. G. PeSilva & Co., ......
t sticky substances dipped I ...THE... _. .
sash for school No. 45. :2.50 -- "
la salad oil before they. are replaced. grippe pulmonary -
1 14433: -Mrs. A.1.. Bowman pneumonia
teacher's salary ... "-"-.50 and bronchial troubles take CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTSOF
Making the bed should toe the last 1 14437-Mis Josle Roberts, I Pico's Cure for Consumption." DR. J. H. MOCKJDI3N.TIST.

1 duty In Cutting a room to rights. teacher's salary .. ... 3000:: I
14430-Miss Lida Tippin, PENSACOLACordially

teacher's salary . . 30.00 i
I MARITIME. invite you to attend a
}:C7.l-. I.\. NO CCItFO P.\Y. 14404-E. Kelle}. painting -
Your druggist will rtrfunJ your money 11PA7.0 school building No. LECTURE ..

HIS TMEXT fail to cure Ringworm I I 11 . . . . . 9.00 .
aa4 Sores, n and 14002-J. A. Goodwin hauling -
T tter.l\h11"Icen oplcs | Arrived.Am. ...BY...
Blackhead on the face, and all skio d iCkset. for schools Nos. 33 28% S. Palafox Street
i 50 cents. i and 47 . . . ... 3.00 ss Pensacola. 106S. Leech. Judge W. G. Ewing. % Old Armory Building.
i to Gulf Transit Co.
14473-Jno. A. Gibson deputy Tampico

exam . . . C.OO Jesus Christ Physicianand CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
14131-Miss Anna Motley, I II
Redeemer, at the Opera House
teacher's salary . . 10.50 If you want your office l PEXSACOLA: FLA.

i Ticket No. IiI drev the piano rr ffl 14430 is5lary Motley, furnished go to Marston, $ Sunday Afternoon March 1st -
sd by the Carnival Association. It teacher's salary .. .. .. :30.00: I ,

I slid ticket is not presented: by next i 11444S-Rachel Lock scrub- I ele-gant at 4 o'clock. Lwtive &' mO amine
.1 I bing school building No. 5 2.75 Seats A PJl J Cftevlf"OIrcIaeowlaD /
March 2.1. another drawing No charge for Admission or ; "
114435-:Miss A. A. Bryan Ii ;;
will take ilace. 24f-3t 1 teacher's salary . ... :30.00: and office chairs- no collection. 25f3t ZDaysypVt

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