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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
March 9, 1903
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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

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Washington, March 9.Captain G.
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F. F. Wilde has been detached from

; .i AT 10 A. M. TO. the Portsmouth navy yard and made APPLEBURG IS IN A SERIOUS HAS EXPIRED j:
WILL CLOSE Washington, March 8.- Senator. captain of the Boston yard. I
Mallory of Florida who began nether CONDITION. ,
Captain Thomas has -, if..
Perry been detached .' .
term in the senate Thursday, un ''(
-- d'r'irtue of an appointment from from the Iowa and made captain THAT WIDELY: KNOWN PENSACO:1::1 : 6I

1, lethe of the New York yard. lIe will Isaac of the of -
morrow morning t Governor Jennings was well remembered Appleburg, one: crew
be succeeded !n command of the Iowa the life TO A LONG I-: -
Soinhf-ru I)i\'i"ion by his Florida constitutnts in saving station, f was broughtover :
u of the \Vorld '\\ ill CHURCH TO CONTINUE THREE Washington City, who presented him by Capnin: Henry B. :\Ian, eld, who from his duties on Santa Rosa SIEGE OF TYPHOID FEVER. :' -
K. of P. hall fcr a has been detached from recruiting Island Saturday evening and taken to : 1.
DAYS AND NIGHTS LONGER. with several floral offerings. Senator -: :(O
duty at tlJe'w York jard. his home the Little wherehe ,.
on Bayou,
'a, the business to be Mallory is in much beter health, ap- I "'
iiitr.sday morning.T'.on Captain Barclay's assignment to now lies in a serious condition, Cameron Q. Dow probably known .. ,
parent than he was two years ago,
of Thursday the Ilesults of six days' labor by ev. and he will undoubtedly be re Dieted command the Puget Sound naval station suffering from the effects of a bite as widely as any man in the city, died i ,

: bp entertained on a Nathan Bachman at the Presbyterian' to the senate in April next. His will, it is expected, take effect from a dog said to have been afflicted yesterday morning at St. Anthon "'* t! '

the points of interest] hcureh were shown. last evening whenat friends in Washington assert that June 1. He will become a rear ad- with the rabies. Appleburg is well hospital where he had been conveyed ',

r to be visited and the the close of the evening services : when the legislature elects in April miral soon after that date. known in this city and his friends are //1:

10 come in for a good about a dozen young people went forward next his name will be the only one Captain Cook will be promoted to very sorry for him. for treatment for typhoid fever. '. it

t. niinn. On Thursday night for the purpose of connecting presented to the senate. Mr. Mallory, an admiral upon the retirement of From what can be learned of the Mr. Dow had been f'iclfor a long .\':

''l'I"t i : will be given at the themselves with the church. Little when he took the oath of office, was Admiral Crowinshield March 20, sub- occurrence, Appleburg vas in the city time and several times his friends ,I." ,

; which representatives of boys and girls made up the affecting escorted by Senator Taliaferro. and ject to exxamination. Captain Harrington three months or so ago and was carrying were pained to learn that his recovery : :
who stands No. 2 the list ,
press and some prominent party of converts and as they went up he was greeted by liberal applauseby on an arm full of groceries. lIe was doubtful. It was not a surprise, :' i
and has been
of to
will be invited i to the alter on invitation of the earnest Florida people in the senate, who captains assigned was walking west on Intendencia

'ings of the session proper and eloquent aged Christian worker had come to witness the opening of the Norfolk navy yard, will become an street at the time and was near the therefore, when the announcement of I':'

-,-cret, but tomorrow Mayor many present went to weeping. the special session. admiral at the time of Captain Cook. Yates vicinity when a small worthlesscur his death was made yesterday._. :.4"

,J II! deliver! a welcoming add Hev. Bachman; preached three times Senator :Mallory: will resume his Captain Chester will retain command evidently suffering from '"mad- The remains were conveyed immediately 4,

;, a delegate to he selected yesterday, each hour to large congre-! old committee assignments, it is \of the naval observatory here. ness," ran up behind him and sank after death had come to the ,i :i1

-pond.11 not members of i gations. Sermons were delivered at said, remaining on the committee on its teeth in the calf of his leg, producing home of Mr. W. H. Davidson, at the ',:, ;

at order will then be excused 11 a. m, 3 and 7:3o p. m., each time commerce of the senate. This committee : NEW CHALLENGERWILL a painful wound. :

ue hall and the proceedings entering upon his task with as much is one of the most importantin BE LAUNCHED. The wound was regarded as painful corner of LaRua and Ninth avenue i.; ,

f-red into. earnestness as if he thought it was the senate. but harmless at the time and no where the body will rest until tomorrow j .-.1

will be at least :2iO: ; delegates! his last earthly duty. lIe may go Glasgow, March 8.-Sir Thomas particular attention was given it. Not afternoon at :3 o'clock. The fu- f 4.

jurisdiction in attendance back to his home in Tennessee with COURT CONVENESAND Lipton today, after making an inspec- the faintest suspicion entered the neral will take place at that hour, '
'!liability of the number go- the consciousness of having done a ADJOURNES.The tion of the American's cui\ challenger, man's mind that the dog was afflicted
the services to be held at St. Kather- >!
said that was practically
''i. Delegates; will begin tottcrnoon good work in IVnsacola. everything with the dangerous malady, but. the :|
March term of the criminal ready to aunch the Shamrock III. at ine's church and the interment to bo I' jf I
and local Woodreceipt -
:: The services will continue today, animal died soon after the bite had
., of informationt tomorrow and Wednesday, closing ina court convened at 10 o'clock this 1:30: o'clock on the afternoon of St. been inflicted. made at St. John's cemetery. |k,;

.> the intendingisit of grand union meeting Wednesday morning and adjourned as soon as a Patrick's day, when a general holiday Appleburg went back to his stationon Two children survive Mr. Dow, 1||
number of cases had been set for would be declared in Dumbarton. ,
Those will from ,
come All
evening. city churches have announced the island a short time after haying They were staying with '' <
'>f South and North the postponement of their trial. The court will not be called lIe said his conviction that he had been bitten and the wound became at '.a

\ t. Georgia: and FlorJurisdiction raid-week services in order that the again this week but wnl he reconvened th cup "lifted" grows and increases' serious Saturday, nesessitatingthe I Clayton. Ala., but a message was sent r ,1;[

'tll!]) I. i membership could worship with the next Monday and the docket clear- every time he saw the Shamrock III., services of experts. Reports from them regarding the death of their father ** h I '

been cxperi- ('(I. Nine negro prisoners left the and, he was pleased to find that his and I' .
as Presbyterians. Hours of services in his bedside today say he is suffering they will arrive atI o'clock ?; ,'} '

i"ommodations for the morning will be at lo o'clock, and county jail this morning to face the opinion was shared by those who greatly at intervals and chances for this afternoon to attend the '

.1 unt of the pros- in the evening at 7:20.; All are in- court. were good judges. his recovery are not bright. He is quies. obse'i:

: .moil cf the city. vited to join in the worship. Designer Watson said he was; satisfied married and owns his home at the 1, T i ;
it It',) rooms have RAILROAD PARTY that the new boat would provea ;
...<-r, and probably WOODMEN COMING. FROM MONTGOMERYAn decided advance on anything yet ,,

:lore night. The loi FROM BIRMINGHAM. produced, and would be able to givea TESTING OIL FOR THE HARD TO FIND. i ,'::1'*
interesting party from Montgomery : ;; .<
\' knew not the considerable time allowance to UNITED STATES NAVY .if
which arrived and spent Sunday -
"- here until they A Birmingham special under Sat- Shamrock II. Designer; Fife, who is There were many people here )"es- ,i ,

: : suitable rooms. urday's date says: here to view the battleships was generally reticient in his opinions, admitted New York:, March 8.-A special to terday who had nowhere to lay their f I. *ie

; ."mint.nt officers will Delegates from the Woodmen of composed of F. M. Shepard general that the Shamrock Ill. wouldbe date of heads. This applied more directly to f I' ,:
of the Louisville and the Brooklyn Eagle, I .
freight agent I"
the World Camps in the Birmingham those hunting for **\
<.f! whom arrived at the prettiest boat ever sent across lodging places, >'
Nashville Ollie P., Bartlett, chief Washington says:
"'.1 j this morning. district will leave Monday morning ; the .:\'Iantic" Officers that something that could be found with \
of Naval
'The Board
for IVnsacola. Fla.. where they to clerk in the office of the general not the least i '
'' <' Farmer, of :Mc- go The first trial spin of the challenger Washington difficulty.
S. Jenldns city has been in session at the
MT.. W. )Iitcht lI.1 attend the Southern !head! camp convention freight agent; Feli is set for March 27. There wil be the eightor Hotels, boarding houses and privaterooms ;
for past '
[ of the Louisville and Navy Yard ,.
\1 r. Farmer is (IIICatagerS which begins on Tuesday. freight agent I preliminary trials on the Clyde and experimentswith were all occupied the day before

of the or- The following members of Magic City Nashville; TI.1.. Davis, contracting then in the Poltnt. Later it will race ten months, making and it was long before many .
;;: : the Louisville and various kinds of oil as fuel, has ; ;
I' oi the finance com1 ('amp.:0.. 4. of this city will go on freight agent at Belfast and possibly at Kingstown, of oil from Cali strangers:!; realized this. Meals could -
Williams ordered a quantity
1,, !i is a member of'ps the trip: II. L. Adams, L. N. Archer Nashville; J. McFarland Ireland, where special matches will will be thoroughlytried be had with no trouble, the eating :':i
of the Louis- fornia. This
.':!' fit Ihe juriflc-, Charles Puibter, \\". I H. Johnson andA. travelling freight agent be arranged. The :fchamrock Ill. will results compared with houses having provided for a rush
anlI<>STS. Rich and the
vile and Nashville
T. OgJen. leave for America about the middleof on Saturday and filled every order
ir':< rs being in Geor- I Texas oils that have : .
"The delegation has instructions to ard I). Browder, Harry P. Johnson June, and it is hoped she will arrive -: those formed of the the chief basis for the experiments with but slight delay. i tj ; 'i

'I will be an import- invite the next convention of the and Fred Fiske. in New York the first week of to date. The trials so far The Merchants hotel never has to .

'Y and, it will ilevolveVuoulniefl Southern head camp to be held in THE FUNERAL OF July. It is now uncertain whether made have up proved that there is a ask for trade. That popular house is "

1 : \ to do all .I Birmingham two years hence. MRS. L. STOCKARD.The there will be any trial races in American great deal in the claim that oil can sought by hundreds of people, but .

j.-.lilf to spread the I "The camp at Pratt City will have I waters. Colonel Sharman Craw- advantageously used as fuel in the gfnial proprietor, Capt. Kryger, j i

;I hospitality and give two delegates; at this convention with I funeral Mrs.Lucy Stockyard, ford, vice-commodore of the Royal be small navalessels, particularly torpedo never fails to look first to the inter- : ,!

1 name. one from last Lake and one from who died at Warington Saturday at Ulster club, will act as manager:!; of boats. It has been found an improvement ests and comforts of his commercial j f ''

', :PI: Atlanta and Bir Avondale. All the camps will assist SCO::: a. m., ocured at Warrington cemetery the boat. He has contracted with the over coal in the matterof friends. After this original and jolly > \;|j ,

l h't' instructed to Birmingham in getting the next con- yesterday afternoon and was crews of the challenger and Sham smoke and power generated, and Is class is taken care of and there Is I Many

li't c n\ention to be eniion." attended by a large concourse of rock I. to give twelve racing trials in that space and room left the public is received. \' : ," :

and deceased. for on this side Sham- also superior Scores of meals were eaten there during .; ;1If!
> !heiiCt*. and it is e.1 \- friends of the family prize money be economized by its
-"ff battle will be put NEW RAILROAD TO Chaulain---- Jones. of Barrancas was rock I. receiving a handicap of prob- weight The can Board is also testing a the past few days by admirers of : 'i'\

1 two delegations.P TO ST. ANDREWS BAY present and preached. The funeralwas ably ten minutes on a thirtymilecourse. use. variety of burners." the hostelry, who could not be otherwise i i '.!

prety one and was conducted It is calculated that if the great accommodated.The '1. !
Jminent Arrivals. a very
March ;. Formal I
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Wood of Pensa- do this she can beat i Escambia turned lodgers d
\\ (Imll'n who have al- notice of the completion of the by Mr. John challenger; can WILL PUT ON A I away
.m, tilling the hotel reg- cola. the Columbia by a comtortable mar- early yesterday. For the first time in :1: It!
of the Birmingham, Columbus SERVICE.
!naiiy: came in from organization Pallbearers were all young men of gin. SPECIAL a great while the big house was filled, 41 j
; i yetrtIay afternoon. and Gulf Railroad, was filed
Warrington who had known and andIanager Timberlake was coue'j J
I n! :11 be! mentioned Gen- today in the office of the secretary of REV. W. E. MclLWAINE For the accommodation of those desiring .Jl
M 1 H'Mhoinier! and wife, loved the deceased in her long and quently happy 'I '
\ .1. }:vans. Hock Hill; state. The organization was completed useful life. They were :Messrs. Hall, GIVEN PRESIDENCY to attend the meeting of tho Private boarding houses were filed! f :

I'-atli' Springs; W. 11.i at a meeting of stockholders held Cohron, Bauer, Ceruti, Davenport and head camp, Woodmen of the Woild, up soon, and in one instance a cheap "f f f It
i i''! ,. : J. A. Hyatt, Van at Girard Thursday. This is the pro- Concerning Rev. W. Mclwaine, which will be held here ,Tuesday and house was offered premium rates to fw
,moll. Yorkville; E. \l.d. which all of Legallis. W. P. railroad
posed railroad line in who was formerly pastor of the Presbyterian Wednesday, the A. & accommodate a company which arrived -
!h and W. B. 1eaneaol I
'I. Southeast Alabama has been recently SUNDAY WAS A church here, the. Montgomery has arranged to operate a through on the afternoon train. f i.

i Chas. J. Adams, so deeply interested. DISAGREEABLE DAY. Journal prints the following: passenger service from Atlanta to The trains of Saturday afternoon i t

i"m'li from Milton! are The line as planned is to connect The Rev. W. Mdlwaine, superintendent Pensacola, leaving on train No. 33; at and yesterday morning brought hundreds ;i 1 '

:i today with the oth. the Birmingham mineral district Sunday was a disagreeable day. In of mission work in the In- 5:30 o'clock this morning. Th.} large of passengers:: and this: influx t r '
''I""II1' &and'nt. will remain over with the deep water haroor at St. An- the forenoon a heavy fog prevailed fora dian Territory, has been elected pres- delegations; from North and South was partly responsible for accommodations 1

drew's bay. As projected the road ito time and the view of the battleships ident of the Presbyterian college of Carolina_.-- and from upper portion of being so severely taxed. !
5--M :::: \ RAILWAY run by Columbus and Eufaula. was obscure during a portionof i Georgia will leave together on today. .

CMD\ TO BE INTERESTED the day. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon ,, Alabama.Although the college has not yet Tickets are on sale on the certificate BIG LIBEL SUIT -i' ]\
MAYOR DISPOSES rain began to fall, increasing third AGAINST TUG ECHO'j
a light been established, the Rev. Mcllwainewas plan, and a fare of one and one 1
March S.-Various re- OF 23 CASES. toward night and making elected by the board of trusteesto for the round trip has been granted.It (Mobile ,Register.) i
'1li iu: the Flagler hotel impossible. Those will In the United States district I
Jones disposed of twenty- outdoor pleasure help raise the $100,000( needed to is expected that quite a party court t

iroulated in the flnant three Mayor cases in the police court and who were not fortunate enough to establish the institution. come from Atlanta, joining delegates yesterday a libel was filed by the j 1 1//

t >."ay. the city was enriched $SO thereby. secure lodging places huddled at the The Rev. Mcllwaine was formerly from the other stales. Red River Packet Co., of New Orleans -j
was that the hotels and depot and remained several hours. of Presbyterian owner of the steamboat Alma, I
Three cases were continued, two synodical! superintendent I.
t \'.w: Coast railway had defendantwas Cars did a good business, mission work in Alabama.It Working Overtime against the tug Echo for damages in 'f ;,.
nol. prossed, one
'iir to J. Pierpont Mor- were from the outlying Ignored by the' sum of 116,000 for Injuries done
One old lady known whether he will Eight hour laws are !
,:'.iV.y: for the Southern discharged and one deserter was is not yet '
country in Holmes county said that those tireless, little workers-Dr. the steamer Alma in a collision with I
turned over to the U. S. S. Iowa. accept the position.
'S ". ;','rt was that the proper- "it only rained 'cause I come. It's'the King's New Life Pills. :Millions are the tug Echo in November last in. :

: owned jointly by the first time I've been away from Sample bottles of Dr. Kilmer's always at work, night and day, cur the Mississippi river opposite the city
: .. Coast ANNOUNCEMENT.Mr. but I had to come
: home
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them gun ships. They're sure Swamp-Root, tbe great kidney,liver ing Indigestion, Biliousness, of New Orleans. The Echo was proceeding j -

-. ... bdicves that It is J. John B. Vaughan has been appointed to pretty.TO see. and bladder remedy, are beiug distributed Sick Headache and all stomach up the river at the time towing ;.

\1,'s plan to build up a agent of the News at Century. here from house,free. Have Liver and Bowel troubles. Easy, two oil laden barges and the Alma i! ;

".-i t ImMness into Florida He will receive and receipt for daily CUKE A COLD IN ONE DAY you received one? pleasant, safe, sure. Only 23c at W. was going down stream laden J :

a. .and in this connection the and weekly subscriptions and adver- Take Laxative Kromo Quinine Tablet All A. D'Alemberte's drug store, 121 S. with a miscellaneous cargo, including
i line
: i.' .t Jails to r
= ( an up-to-date H It
: ",. bet wen Florida and Cuba tisements aid keep the News on hand care.draggHH E. W.reload rote's ibo signature money U on each Jiud8iu's, fife Best for QC. Palafos street. 13,000 bales of cotton. .I
ur at his restaurant at all times. box. :!5c. l


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TO MEET AT THEY ADOPT The Cause Sudden of Many Deaths.. Heir Tlione Their In laitromenti l.e la This Differ Conatrr..From \ \\\ WV

There Is a disease prevailing in this The magic lantern, like porcelain

TALLAHASSEE RESOLUTIONSMALE country most dangerous because so decep- gunpowder and printing, may have

;::::j I L I :r live. .Many sudden been Hn invention of the Chinese. For

fit tl deaths are caused ty: more than twenty centuries it has beena
-- it-heart disease staple amusement in the Celestial

STATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CON- STUDENTS OF STETSON pneumonia heart empire and has been developed into
failure or apoplexy!
11 forms unknown to the Occident.
The Middle l Kingdom: which has bm |
= .', I cf kidney disease If
for and
CAPITAL CITY ON MARCH 24 OF CONTROVERSY.Male '/ i kidney trouble is allowed well termed Topsy Turvy Land, uses

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.1 to advance the' the magic just opposite
AND 25. ..I I '-.I The Kind You have Always Bought bas borne the !oi.zna.
t kidneypoisonedblood manner from what we do, having; the
1 ... : will attack the lure of Clia- II. rictclicr, and has been made under las
students of Stetson University light and picture In-hind the Stl?\11.
_"" .-.a'" vital organs or the'kidneys the in amusementof IMTMinaF supervision for over I>O :J''ars.l1l1w no "
DeLand, Fla., in a circular letter same ns our parlor im
I, ( The Florida State Sunday School I! themselves break down and waste shadowgraphs. The commonest form to dcH-eirc jou iu thi!'. Counterfeits, I Illitati"nn,(
of the send cell
to newspapers state a away by cell.
II Cq vention will meet at Trinity Methodist Bladder troubles most of the magic: lantern in the extreme orient ",JnM-a-jjood" arc but Experiments endanger tho
, r I copy of below resolutions: enclosinga always result froma
church. Tallahassee Fla is large box supported a tripod health of Children l
derangement cf the kidneys and a cure is a on perieiiee against Experiment
? I first of which
letter the paragraph
: March :2427, 1S
, The folluwing distinguished \'isit- jis: Deleting that you desire to the kidneys. If you are feeling badly you I I about 4 feet wide by 2 high, and its The Kind You Have Always Bought

j I know the truth concerning the attitude can make: no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's front is made of ground glass, oiled
ing co-workers will be there: Mr. ] Swamp-Root, the liver and 1 Bears the of
of the students in the dispute great kidney silk or oiled white paper. Signature
:Marlon Lawrence, general secretary bladder remedy.It .
box is framework of
Over the a light
between Mr. Stetson and the Boardof
hold and scalding
corrects to urine
International Sunday School Association inability -
bamboo and cloth which reaches to the
Trustees and the Stetson University pain in passing it, and overcomes that
; Dr. James Atkins, editor Sun ground and conceals the operator from
unpleasant necessity cf being compelled to
we take the liberty of enclosing
day Scnool Literature; Dr. II. M. I f the resolutions passedat go often during the day, and to get up many the audience, but leaves the glass exposed

Hammll, superintendent training' a copyo times during the night. The mild and the to view. A powerful lamp in .

work of the M. E. Church, South, and i a meeting of the students" The extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon front of a concave reflector throws a ,
', resolutions are as follows: realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful the I
Prof. E. O. Excel, leader of song. the strong light upon glass or screen, j In Use For Over 30 Years.
Whereas most serious cures most distressing cases.S'IanpRootls the b,'. The of tIle box
recently a as ease may top )II
State officers who will attend are pleasant to take and sold THf CfNTAu COW PAN'*. TT .u....u.K?. ".w..o.. e.n
charge has been made against the I and the sides! are half open to permit I I _--il't'.I: _,- -
Hon.V.. X. Sheets, president, Tallahassee ty: all druggist in f.fty-cer.t and one-dollar "'-wB
students of Stetson University; and sed; bottles. You "., the introduction of small liguns. Thisnrrangena'nt --
Fla.II. 11. Sasnett may f:
secretary, i
Whereas, an attempt is being madeto have a sample bottle of.., .'. ,.---y, ";tvt. gives four distinct clashes |,
Jacksonville; Fla.; J. I). "Watkins this wondsrf.1 new discovery -ElfF :;T-:::. of instruments. With all four : W. B.
certain vile ,
pamphlet ; GOmPANY
chairman executive committee, )li- and a book that ltat5iiiM .a ments the exhibitions are girds instru-// T. 1!

canopy Fa.: among the students; we, the tells all about it, bah! nameofswamp-natt, streets, squares and market i iI ,

students mile) cf Stetson University sent free ty mall.Address Dr. Khmer & Co. They draw audiences raiiRiiijt from five ,\ V L MANUFACTURERS AND DEALKB1 If

Ceneral Information in assembly' February 24, li"J! : Binghamton II. Y. When writing mentionrsad.rg i to thirty and give an entertainment of

1. The railroads! have granted a I do hereby resolve: this generous cffsr in this piper.I : i from five! to fifteen minutes in length. LUMBER LATHS

returning; rate of one-third lull fare. 1. That we denoiinc- false all Kiiili spectator is suppjsed, to coutnl I '. ,
: )->n't make any mistake, but remember ute 1 rash, or a twentieth: of a cent, )
plus 25: cfntto all who purchase charges concerning the lack of discipline llJ; ; : SA i WEn CYPRE8S 81NGIrc. r...
the Root. Ih.r-
mlllwDmr When the hat is passed around. Cener005 I JI I J ,f
first class tickets to Tallahassee at'i i' ] in this school. On the other Dr. Kilmer'-; Swamp Root, and the !I or enthusiastic; patrons frequently I j ; 'i\.\' "j .t'

t' the regular tariff: rates, provided as :: hand: we assert our be.ief that the address! Hicghamtou. N. Y.: on give from 10 to 15 cash, so that the average --;; -} PE .\ COI.FT A

;., many a<> fifty parcLa"e tickets and II I moral tone of this: University is as I every bottle. ,i peiformaiice' IIE'tthe proprietor ----- --

procure from the celling agent a certificate "( high as that of any similar institution -I bout eents. This sfins ridirulous

(receipt of the standard ;! i in the country. II I -- HAT IN THE OVEN. I to Amerli-an*, hut in a land where an i' COAL D Wf1

form. See your ticket agent in advance | 2. That we hereby express our unqualified nll'h."ll..lmnn! can In hin-d for 5 tents a* :
-1 I lisvv the Bakers Jll.'t..r\llnl' It lIT the
the of
a day owner a magic
io tat if, by chance, he has confidence in the presidentof Mere Touch of the Hand. WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY MUCH LA KOFR TRAD1
lantern is looked well
upon us a very
I not been supplied with these stand I this university; that we believe ''TIaki>rg have a curious! way of te!!- to do individual. I THIS WINTER THAN EVEl fEF' HE

ard form certificates and instruc'i I ]him to be an able scholar a Christian lag; jut what the: temperature of the The little plays which are written I

lions about rates, he may secure them I Ii | gent lema-,. and well qualified to oven" is," said a baker who has been in about the magic; fisuits are as conventional I S END US YOUR ORDERS NC : I

in time. fin! the lofty position that he holds the business for m re than a quarterof i as our own I'mich and

2. Ete-ry Evangelical SUII.lay6choul and that we do hereby express our a iHMitury. 'and they can toll, too, Judy. TLewiekul tj'r" depicts the Thompson Olsen c\: CoJanrem

(white) in Florida is entitled thanks to the board of trustees for with almost marvelous accuracy. ,You carter of a dissolute animal I who from i, ,
take a man who is an export in thebusiness kiljii ; dogs aiid bufTa'M!
to :p pip, finally I
one delegate fur each filly members the wisdom Street Telet hone
of their choice in retain 141.ESTABLISHED
f or fraction :1l..IlJe can tell what the temperature eats a hoautifui maiden :and,. slain by |I. 'h .
I over twemy-fhe of
ing his services. of the oven is by simply a Mon;;olijii: tide in full armor on ;

its enrollment, counting teachers ana 3.: That we condemn, in tho touching the handle of tlio oven door. horseback.: "The wicked wife"' forms 1863.

pupils. strongest possible! terms, the most In nine eases; out of ton he will nut a compact with the iL vil! squander -

All ministers and superintendents abominable conduct of certain persons miss it to the fraction of a lkn'p.Ilk'ri her husband's substswe in riotous living McKENZIE OERTING & CO.

, in charge or ex officio who will attend in attempting; to spread certain have other ways, of course, of and, in the last Berne, hangs; -herself ,

: the conventions. testing the boat of the oven. For In- iu u blaze of nil t fire, while the 3 -D1ALIB8: IH- 0
obscene pamphlets among; the students. -
I St:1I1'hl'l1 baking broad they sometimes evil one p\proses wild joy in extraordinary
3. All delegates who presentproperly Words fail to express our contempt throw a piece of white paper into oriental gesticulations.! "The Ship Chandlery and General a r d 1iltiar ,
certified credentials
that I for those ,who have been guiltyof the oven, and if it turns brow the cruel magician," "the grateful dragon," Ve

they are authorized reprebeutathes of 'I conduct so utterly unworthy, and oven is at the proper temperature, or, "the fairy foxes'1 and other bits of COS AND 005 !'*. PAL.AFOx 8TUUiT.

Evangelical Sunday Schools! will receive -.' we do hereby warn these persons thatto when baking other they will casters folklore afferd brief sketches I LO337MO'S' -

free entertainment. | spread these pamphlets I throw a little cornmeal Com into the I which are as familiar ui household! I REVERE
.I' 4. All Sunday :School; workers I I: we shall treat any further attempt oven in order to test the lit-at Hut WOl' ';.-NovvYorkl'ost.-- _, GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUhtiELA t-! I'L'MPta.flssus .

whether i the bakers litters are the bt pause,
"4 tlially invited delegates to attend cr not the, arc session cor-j jthe' | students as a direct insult. j! and w heii Jon come to think of the different I A Night Alarm. t'r t ei fill!!, DHs;! Rtstical InslrsciiDti! Sijrli! mars, lii!',
: i ''I
temperatures required in baking Worse than an alarm of fire at' COMPAs-s :s. liOOa. KTO.
of the 'signa-tures
1 convention.g !
; 5. !: :!" ;j different tl'insrs if is no small i night is the brassy ,cough of croup, I j C. McKenzia Oertin;r Collecting Agent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent AF
livery Sundaschool: entitled I ,
: nliievcii.ei.t to even the '' elation
approximate which sounds like the children's
!i NASAL CATARRH quickly yield= I i
; to representatives should select us j I.t at of the oven by touching the Lau- : ,
j to treatment by Ely's Cre-im Jlilin, knell, and it means death unless
: delegate uuiueJmtely; and pretrareits |I i die' of the oven door. something is done

..1' report to bond in by which is agreeably aromatic. It i; I 'I'.akcis figure; that during the ri ins and Tar never quickly.fails to Fury'sHoney give |j! THE GARDEN SECTIONoOFo
them. i I I I I received through the nostrils I time cf a loaf of lor'a.l.lfh'r :it has I instant relief and quickly cures the I,

[ cleanses and heal the whole surface Leon in the 'I worst forms of ?
,! C.; The names of the delegates,1whether I placed oven it ought to be croup. Mrs. L. Cor- *
., over which it dillu e" itself. A remedy in a temperature! of 75 decrees I'\ Dur- ;.i idier; of Mannington, Ky., writes: )

t-k-cted of such Sunday for nasal catarrh which is drying ,, .n? the bakinprOI'I'''':, in order to cook I'I: )' three year old girl had a se'rc'case IPensacola JEPloricLa

': Fcools or eollicio delegates, should or exciting to the eli-ea-ed memo the starcli., oxpai.d the carbonic acidgas of croup; the doctor said she ,
{ be reported at each brane should not be used. Cream could not live. I pot a bottle of Feley's ------
once by air and steam :and drive off the alcohol .' Near East Hill Electric
sUlel'in'j I. thin is recognized as a speciHc. Honey and Tar; the first dose Railway Terminus
f Jendent to Uev. \V. 11. U. I, the inside! of tie loaf mu-t register ; '
Price oO cents at druggist or by mail. cave quick relief and saved her life.
chairman entt-rtaiameLt: committee A cold in the head immediately- at least J20 decree In baking ': Refuse substitutes.. A. D'Alem- ,
at Talhhaa"ce. appear' when cream bilm is used ; rolls huiis, scores, tea biscuit!, drop berte, 121 S. I'alafox street : Beautiful Lots for Sale.

ri I i' Ely Brothers, 50 Warren street, New : cakes, fancy cake, :New York cake, ,
7. Ktery Sunday school worker is': York miming puff cakes and things of that i 1 i 40$137feet at from $76 to $200 each, accord

' urged tit See that sat only hU own I 1 sort the oven roust how a boat of -1- ) CASTORIAFor I i ing to location and surroundings.
Sunday ehool, but .
every ono mi 01. r.n.'tt. dowries or Li; lier. When tic oven is -- -

I, town and country is repie-sente'd. :: It is t"ltl I of a Conf ll'r:1I''tprall: !j I at 4th' d.-jrrpes, it is fit for cream puffs, I I. Infants and Children. | Exceptionally Good Neighborhood, Beautiful View.

i>. Bring Bibles! and who, fund in the Spanish war that in sugar cakes cakes, rock cakes
como pre1parenl queen ,
i in take notes and report on I II ;, moments of excitement he thought;: heI I'I jumbles, lady lingers, rough and ready; i ;1)3) Kind You Have Always Bought \ High, Dry Fertile Lands.

was fighting the Yankees. A biography ; I aid jelly roll:. At 350: decreeswine Fhteri
returning your Sunday school. !
of linh akl'. the historian containsa I cakes, cup cakes; ginger nuts and tLe.le&tnre "'" // The grandest opportunity for investment ever
lip eiitler of the president! j similar story e)f Lord, a veteran of ,
snaps, pies, gingerbread, spice cakes, cffered in Pensacola.
V iI e>f the Napoleonic( wars. such! as raisin, currant, citron, pound,
A Remarkable Case. I In lv->l lclallHut to the Crimea. lJilaUtI PO be baked. -- -
I on. may It NOTICE. Rome Seeker Should See These Lots
One of the most remarkable cases of I Two French officers were attaches: to reituns: a still lower: temperature to

, a cold, dec-p.seated on the lungs, :'I his LoailijuartiTs.I I bake \\'I J.JI'akl'! >1. kisses, anise drops I have been authorized to take T ,. "

I causing pneumonia is that of Mrs. I "' \ times the staff: was embnrra I and things Li this class, lint, whatever subscriptions for Win. Jennings ) V .lu
'l'tl and amused nt Lord Italian'shabit '' temperature the oM baker Bryan's paper, "The Commoner. ,I tit 11II '-- P. p'J Dt..
! Gertrude Fcaner, )Marion Ind., who I I wants, i I' '
1 I The price h $1.00 in ad.
to oM peninsular a;<-ocatinns be can tell when he Ins it per year
i was entirely cured by the use of one | ,e>f calling: the cr.eaty''tle I'rlIl'h"iu touching the liardlc of the o'eldour simply." vauce. Those desiring; the paper'can Corner Garden and Brit Streets

I Minute Co.ih; Cure. She says: "The : the presence of the foreign vests ( Xt'W Orleans Times,Demoirat.: have it sent to them by sending '

I coughing;: and straining so weakened I ,I I (1.00 to the undersigned.H. JnOHF. i Fe BRENT, WM, II KNOWLKS: W, K, HYY. IK., J. H. KFKPE

Bound to Oct There. ... ... 1 President. Vice-President l'1 bltjr.n't l'.iblff
i me that I run down in weight from -- -- .2y Care Daily News.
Don't J ou think," said the generous How to Clen-t Tin "
14S to 02 pounds. I tried a numberof Kettles raau "th:1 you would feel more Wash with strong soda water and AN ART STUDIO.
remedies to no avail until I used \I
kindly towardour; ptHt:cnl rival if scour with sand, then rub over with First National Bank
One Minute! Cough; Cure. Four bottles you oouM inn:jourst'lf in his >I.iceV wUitin;; moKtenedvith nicthj lateil I have opened a studio in room 9,

; of this wonderful remedy cured 'I!I "My dour sir," answered the ('Ill'r't- spirit fir k'rllstlll'1)'n dry finish Salisbury block, where I will give'

me entirely of the (cough; strengthen. ic man, "mere imagination wi.D't ,1". with a leather and dryv ug. lessons in my own system of draw ,
I (-d my lungs nail restorer me to my Or DF;SACOLA. FLL.
I'm Roiii to put myself; in his p'-icc if ing-called "Black and White"
I' normal weight, health and strength. I I
it can possibly be managed.; Ho has Unto to Hake 1'olnlu Omelrt.Allow .
I ll.irgis: Pharmacy John : also in French Pastel painting and i
DI: : EC'1.'Or.C.W.lI. .
. of the best In .
: Kahn. 1 I ono plu-es the govern- two taMei ooi.fuls of coM
Bey IllutratI
Newspaper: and Magazine !
I meta ser. l't'-" Washington; Star. U'ilttl potatoes; chopped fine, to each i I KNOWLE3, W. A. BLOUNT, F. C. BRENT ii. H 'I : = ,

al.tsay the Intnlld. egg; make the omelet as for a plain I I! Lags |j D. 0. BRENTnl

In l.rnnU! invalidism the patient! ('.>nrlii>i\u .\rt'nneit. oI!.e'let and bite ready the potatoes, j I I have taught large classes: in every j|

ftvU that tl come in coittact witli First tislice! ley-I ju's do los11: which have been put :Into a frying panttth I, town in Georgia and in many of the I I : 1; '

lives unlMitMido'l l Iy four "':Il!,., with raise my pay. some hot Imt'ir, *('atoned" and female college of the South, so can :i r ...'! \. liiVe J n m Y/f kl .V irT \',.
: Ii 5 IJ I' ,
pwpi! l.viiig; 1I0ra\I:)', with! iutorests i second; Otliec Roy-What cakes yet shaken oter the Ire: until a nice offer you an experience of twenty-1 i Ut !

6 tit oM'eix ii> j jfenitid. j First O:flee P.oy-1 give him ter u finely mint-oil l
> and'-loy in
1 is :an 'mtacipatiou. i iOrdinarily spread found the choicest collection of draw our own Bill cf Exchange on H:(.\* Strain :r
dorstaHd I'd stay till ho eliJ.-Juil ro. the omeiit just rv.idy to toIJ.
the ehitchnt of ; !
t.. trifling"oxonts 1 I crayon wcrl: ever shown by a single Oersany:: Franca, Austria, Italy, Holland, Spain, Rat {tnID Ua=fc

i-i what l>rvlit,'tn the Invalid, I A BAD COMPLEXION. artist :and an invitation U t ended Rap, Swsden, Denmark and other European countries:
: Sweet i-eaoe .1.ured.
i but a t:tvful guard should be' kept not I .
---- -- ----
k,; to ovcn.ix. e ther by length; of stay or Il1flXl: ->
,I liy effoit to keep rip the e-onvervition. rul)' trouble, vvif! iL hogs at do: sllflp.I I complexion, which are so common :I terms for instruction arc modpr'lte'l i Obligation;? Taken Payable ai Port of esJuistlon Tea or rift"f' > a'''

' 1 In tits ,,!i)w, tttliou-i's or jeir "I rude 1.mU-I-lnl: y.)" may 'a' I" amoui? boys and girls at a certain I OrIA. MILLER. alter Vassal; Arrives 't&r&

of lioH'loiliii '",; sonic effort "ilOlI\.11 I lane rofornioil ,\o" idin.. Is yo'? a,;e, indicate a torpid liver. A course !I I i We will launder your spreads foi
: Ktifus-No-'su: :,; AU'se done qu.t de ','of HEl'\TICl'U\ will cleanse the I j DVSnfaty Deposit Uosoa for Rent In Canrlcttca
ln made to l-ring in jvopU IImean
I ( ; I II 115: cents each and make them Iou
Job!-CLSeMjfo No*". I j system, regulate the bowels and liver I I with which wa have a Pria >oartrumt for teUUof
I nature 111'1'1it.\ kind, and seclusionfoms ,
i | like Htar
I and produce a c!ar, healthy complexion. uw. Laundry.
tl.e mind to linnvKng. This is'I ;; Sold by all druggists Rentnrll. -
s of ten for;!ctten by those who: iurroun,11 II I The Stomach is the Man. I E.V. PEAKE

a patient sufferer with every physical I C..3. 3TOI'LI1l.: DR. 1ltJC'STRY P20iE3SIONAL CASE-:

I comfort aud canbut who il,. not realize I A weak stomach weafcenes the njan, I aaththe TtIIid 1111IriIixrsw'! ; Xo. 31) !south: Palafox street, keeps _.._ _. ... .
because it cannot transform! the food A cill bell, wires and all kind of NEW DISCOVERYFOR -
what a breath from the outside
l II! -world would do for the miud wLU: I: he eats into nourishment. Health Slprsh.a I /ll4'; Uctncal supplies. Have him do W. C. ROWE, M. D.
y jur work. Call phone 203.PARmnS. THAT COLD.
i I has grown so weary of the daily rou- II I and strength cannot be retsored to Office 1.S.. ral f'iHoanfromStot1 ,

I tineHi any sick man or woman without TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. p d
j :Ms.m aaJ i ''
I, : NEW\ SCHEDULE. HAIR BALSAM Cures ConsumptionCoughs .
first restoring; health and strength to ,
tint b. (
I *& the has Illd fter o'clock
'i Dangers Pneumonia. j the sto :lrh.'eak stomach can- I _-- Promo a laiut't fruwth. Colds Bronchiti0 Asthma

cold at this time if neglected is''! not digest enough food to feed the j i OF 0 i Saver liar to.Fare it: to Youtbfil.BMtore C.'Qt'Gnj 1 | riaorio 0G.i .
I'I'A ; Cunt r p it wr ii bias LnZ PneumonialIarFeverPleu- >
to is'! ... ,....
cause pneumonia which :.d "'IOU IIoo.t;
j tissues and revive the tired and rundown '1
often fatal I 'I risy LaGrippe Hoarseness i
and ----- -
when the -- -- -- --- --- -- -
even -- ,
.. I (
I limbs antI organs of the body. | JOHN S. BHARD.ATTORNEYATLAT{ .
patient has rccoveretl the lungs are ;.I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses puri- J. N. ROGERS, )(ana?er. r' 1 MEN AND WOMEN.r Sore Throat, Croup and i

weakened, niikmo:'* them peculiarly : 1 i Leave F efport Mocdav and (1581: Big U for unnatural Whoopbg Cough. : .
ties sweetens and strengthens the( '
jTliur-day: mrrLinj;'. h i r s a..nA, diK imrKi .iofiair u at in*, 'I
I Iconsumpti j
susceptible to the of''
development Offlc"J Tb.'esen 1-
C .n..a frn til
Atiobi >>r ';&ri> NO
i glands an.l membranes of the stcm- Arrive at Pns.icola Monday and of ne u, membraaea. CURE. NO PAY.
:t. Foley's limey and Tarwill i ac'a, and cures indigestion, dyspep-I i Thl1j*dry nizht.j fiIlft9SCan/' Pun. "11, ant D it ittrmg Pries SOc and S1. nlAl BOTTLES FREE Office Hoars-S:30 a. u.. '- ,
stop the: cough, heal and Leave Peusacoli and nt ji pa-n m. i '
sin and all stomach troubles. Har j I I cEaAtn.t: hold hr DrngglatLr.s.a i ::37 p. m. to 8:3<'Jp. :,..
strengthen the lungs and prevent i Fridiy night. I !i I will
or lent ID lain l *r t>pr.Ir repair year watches and I II I "
pneumonia.V.. A. D'Aleciberte, 121S. gis Pharmacy, John Sheppard, SU- j I Arrive at Frefport Wednesday :I tiprrM. preraid. ftr jewelry in flrst-clasa style. J. J Practice in eli state and fait,.t. '. ,:,
d I All bu-nrel entro'ted to m *
I! CO or 3 to'tln 12 75.
Patefox street. lacy Kahn. and :Saturday morning I
I I I I Circ.lartat (n ze9ueat Sitpheca. i I proiBt and diligent attention.


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... lt. : jrlif'i'!: :. : ." -.'....
f twb


OOo oQOo0000 oOOo oQQooQOo OOQI front p'lazzl two succ'esslve"evenings I !\
till after 9 o'clock. T '
"Ruth have got him?" asked the
FROM THE s ;you I -
mother the reached her
as rumors ears.

DEAD LETTER I "He hasn't proposed yirt. but"I I I

"I see. Ruth don't let him get I

| OFFICE B7 away.limn" dl n't mean to; but, alas, young i'!i k: :'

0 JAMES SPENSER 8 men will stray. Uncle Jasuu Davis: I 110Choice"1 s .

was postmaster at Cressville but as he
o COJj/JT :Jli/. lr.', la the o was In bed with rheumatism and his I .
) wife had-to, nurse; him; hs! niece, Miss ,

; Betty Sweet came over from Akron to \

N 1I The doctor Lad told ;young James I Ir. h.IIout In postal affairs. She was a d

girl of twenty and fairly good looking.
I 1 elyto! hunt up a quiet place and 'IF
She didn't set her cap for the stranger,
M Tfl! give himself; Six weeks rest and j jCn .
Or 6EALTn but in his calls at tie pohtotfice he became -

STAB >!'svllleras the locality selected j i acquainted with her and at I Tobias Hobson was the first man in England who let out .

, KODOL digests what you eatj) The young man found himself the only I length asked her to go boat riding on i .

stranger la the village. I the mill pomL She went, and the hackney horses. h t

cleanses, purifies, While he IJroCt'c ell to rest the Til ow laid aside the: list she was Wltl.\\ .
KODOL I When wishedto hire horse he to
a obliged
_- strengthens and sweet- lagers pro?(HlC'd to size him up. At ming to say to her daughter: anyone was (i* ,'

I e.: t-e stomach.L'AnflT the end of a week Josiah Flint, who I' "Kuth. that chit of a. girl must be take the one standing nearest the stable door-he had no :f

cures Indigestion dys- could till the difference between a crushed" I i
potato -
1 M_>UVk pepsia. and all stomach buyer and a lightning rod man \ "I shall crush her," replied! the ''I selection Hence the old proverb so familiar now was born: : t

set troubles. daughter.
a: ; forty rods away announced that Le'' I Ii *
Vfn\ Ole accelerates! the action of Hut Hetty Sweet refused to be "To elect there is but one-

the gastrc: glands and was sat sfied. Young;: Itldgely belongedto i crushed, and young RIdgcly;: refused to I 'Tis Hobson's cl1oice-uke that: or none."

t .c ts the c'.gestivG: organs. neither class mentioned said Josiah, I devote his entire attention to either.

I G KODOL reieves: an overworked but was the ton of a banker and therefore lie was ha\lng a mild flirtation to as- :1:j Before the introduction of Uneeda Biscuit! buying

__ stomach of all: nervous I a i:trftct gentleman. list tho recovery of his nerves, and''

: tj the heart: a full! free I Ills announcement was followed by time passed pleasantly.: |! soda crackers in a paper bag was like hiring Hobson's horses It

T.elel: action, nourishes i that cf Miss! Rnthilliams, who was Oi the evening pmleus to his do-1 i
I : us system and feeds: the also satisfied.! MN* Ruth had seen herj parture he sat on the piazza with Uuth. j -there was no choice. In kind and quality there was but

I j t'.unty-lifth birthdoy. She was the : She had arranged: it so. The mothw I.
iinrtT Is the! wonderful remdy I ', i had gone to take home a dress, with one-take that or else take none. Whether stale, soggy dirtyor
vb but 'roud widow.
ul> tau,htl'r a i>oor I
_-tit!well IS 1 and naking: weak so people nary Ue herself was also! poor, but proud.Ttio orders to "hang;: out" as long as pos- old-'twas ever the same "Hobson's Choice." .
s-lUi It was an ideal owning fer a
lid ilrcssiajikJnu; and ml:- ;
': to their bodies all cf widow
: 1 r<>i><) .al. and Uuth diudvsl the subject Un&ada Biscuit in In-er-seal Packages have revolu-
-.-,r.t that u contained in liutry and was assisted; by her daught : -

". .yeit. I I I IDeaer l'< i>r lout proud i>wi>le mut doi I'i into cry one t\ 'I'Iit\-rOtr of them parts for all:111: it and Luti
Can Supply You. somttLing to i-arn their bread -
\ I II i i i i It was in vain liowe\cr. The nearest : the stamp of public approval as the sale of over 200,000,000
:t.03 Sirs! bd Hns2tJ! times! : the iii.ui could Lc sot to upproseh -
I ...e.which sells: Lr 5 3c.TRCrMtED I! was Miss Ruth's opinion that the I young !
tho d.iiijri'ivusulijctt was an .. .
CULT erg I 1 )'Oln; antI Ktnol loitklni !'tranl'r was '' cent packages lK
mbIoa that when he got married }
EWITT 4 CO., a ii!In heIr and that he ought to be I
I C CHICA.GO.J rend to feel at hour? b l'r'ss\'i\lt\ while he :should hate hull) hocks in his front I The In-er-seal Package insures their quality cleanlinessand

:11"1.'lil'u he finally left, he said heI 1
waiting to be "ditcovtri'd." HIT moth- I moisture dust
because it is airtight proof
I ( r looked up from her work to add: I might: wnuand as the words were accompanied f crispness, ,

by a :Mull; Uuth felt that
1 1old. :
"Kutli are t\veutj--fl\c years and proof.
i you proof
; germ
'pj1\rJ.Harll: Pharmacy
bhe was still jus-titled in hoping!: on.

:': 1m.. I ; A week passed. and no letter carno.
I "" 'eil. you needn't throw it in my
I Then second: tack fl.llunoJ.1 the
- tare" was the rt'Ily."You NATIONAL BISCUIT'COMPANY1
i end of that time Uuth understood how
PEARL & DOL1VE. ought to set married."
I it was A letter had arrived, but had

"'l'Ur' been suppressed by Hetty Sweet, who i? i1 Jt
"Set for the strangtr.
l '" u them at the corner of Gara jour was, of course, determined to prevent'a j'
for 'Tin going to.
Alcuniz street
; carpen-
anothereek it
marriage. In : wasIullic
J electrical: workor phone (CGO..I'D (). fIle ld.! She bad been setting hot
aI: ---- ------ -- ---
gossip that Betty had tampered
cap for various and divers men since
with the mails. She denied it, fl'Our'I'
proposals, endorsed "Pro- t-htj was twenty and if she hadn't met J. N. ANDREWS The Purlin-lion. WNN
Some thought it his dutyto
i-ir Railroad Track Scale." will with luck it was not her fault. It had WliMi it say aIJlItIULl't't! some year '1f

ived at the Bureau of Yards olun>? hap;'ened that they died or pit write Washington about it. anllt !aco that: the most famous specimen of ,
< for ..+tSEWING
AVashi had finally came about that an inspectorarrhed i : Headquarters Creek architecture, the rariliocun, was
'i cks, Navy Department, married! to some ono else or ,
until 1 o'clock, March 14. 1&0.5: cave CnssviUe. to avoid the s-lnriff.; in Creie!! and proceeded to In dancer: of c-ollip MACHINES.
'uen aniI'th'ro publicly! opened, Tin1 you { man who had ciiiiw to rest inspect. : came from all parts of the wurW. tlm
100-ton railroad track scale at i Untie Williams had lodged no formal i iI The Greek g-jvonmu-iit nfuil them 3

Xavy Yard, Pensacola, Fla. Plans .I: : : : cumllaint.11 slit had said or would : REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENT all: but api.ropriateil a PUUvit'' the

spocifications will be furnished by I say was: aid: of ubii-'i the lestoRitiuii Las note .
took I !
and'httr a
the Imk.\.r. M: ?cul h Taiafox Street .
rturrau.\ MORUHCAI-. IINDI: i
"Mr. Ill't'Iwas to write! inlie I
sii'in-e! stroll.lie took it in just the I -- -, been touii'letod.lU'nlt'jy \ l
Chief of Dan-ail. January 20.
n" A
-- -- --- -- -- -- -- -
must hJ'cHllt"Il.. What has becoiao I ,
MH>av2v.VT : : IHr'l'i"1I! ; and just at the time to III! flii
of tu U-lterV" NOTICE Aiiierlcnn Cuttle.Tl.e I. U Ll1\ 1 .1
-- ----- old lame\ l.yyusuy
-- rescued fr<>r.i nil
The inspector was forced to spend U dt'iujiid fur American !I.
dashed forwardli I KiifTu :
& MALT ha a marvelous! i liI.I. i I Is hcrt-bv given that the undersigned will
value.Yhila refrevhinij and I : a hero and Lent the oM horse back several ilays n 11H1'1I11J1 n, I'lIHly: to tile uou-rnor bii-f H likely to be, increased by the j jlacoery : ,
I Ilull' rtoMl her i ; lie might:: have doubled the! I >[ the Plate n[ t lorula fur Irtttrs patent In- made In Glasgow slaughterhouses ; '
and Miss liiitli \ < ,
t.) take it helps a itsila- ctrporatiiii; them act their a''-ociitr in .
I gratitude and almost fautnl! away. It Jays had not th r dead: letter oflice 1 accord:ince with the following prep hvJchirttr that only one out of 4yj( ) American ,

1. i Snlil by11.1NN1IEISER lipcluuini solved the mystery. It returned to Miss : cattle is ds4va; I"l'l1 as against out DAILY MENUS'
nTIotlrG' :-;. I was an auspicious Utter 1. '1 hI' named the corporation shah he
I.i tlrce days mare it was the talk of Ruth Williams of Cri.-ss\illo. n rVlfrs-Lungrllii'r Lend Company and Usi out of eight hone: ones. The healthier I

I I Ituth Williams had that had been misdirected to Miss i place! oj business, f t nsicola. Hnrid.i. condition; \ull'ril'lIIl'lttll' is believed Comprise all the Up-to- !
I :2. The business to
general .
I "captured": the stranger. They went Huth1l1aUl of CopesHK tike !>,. t tran'-ai-teil is nalureolthe buying, nellnir, rentin to be duo to the greater liberty which Date Dishes the Markets \
) ', IHRC11O1YIiIIGm I I li'iied it in the presence of the inspector l..a'llIl;, 'I'rll\lIIun2; Improving and develoluna theyel1j.y.
of the World
lanil.Including midland a'id
I I '\. I I and fifty of the interested vil-: riiyiin'l tu'wnlut. -soevertituatej. ,

( t I II It was froia young Uidgely! i. 'lbeatEountrfl'aprall-lock s-liall beItnrlyttrousanilIJlJ.lrluaq I AIL Hndrnier'n Kent.An Afford.
II I : hollers: divided 4
S Of PYTHIAS'I YI'dy4 I and it nad: into three Lunilri-il (.V.i| shares) of one bun engraver of ()
My Pear Miss Ruth-Ono of my sleeve' drtddutlnraltNNtlgeach.1 ) 'i'heball capital the entire Hu national hymn upon
1'" '.*, d&I IJ II,;;". St). 3, K. of 1-., I'I'm. r links has been missing since my r turn. htoi-K. shall b" payable la ca.U, or real estute. ) a grain of corn and recently Lo pro' Ladies' Private
lose the the last fcwrung ,
DIJ I It on piazza
'tsrvrrr Monday e.'nHI 'ufd .. The aid corporation shall exM for Wi.toJ the curiosity! to tine czar. Ills
; jJJ at Castle all, of my stay in your restful little town '
HI j'I tui-tity-fiv years from the date of the
:, ::e $$000-- -A atson With kin) remembrances to all- ,, l/ranUnilof: letters patent to It. majesty has now forwarded to him Dining Parlor.
p. 1' t : :.nll. third roor. I! I "This is net exactly projwsal." said :: a. Iheotlicers by winch the bu'lness ot through: the civil governor of Cdlessa: apuld "" r
I !brethren cordially:
shall be conductedshall he
K ? 'I COI pnrallOu watch with his thanks
s ,j x e ,:n.1i I the inspector as the letter was read. I President and Treasurer, A Vice-rresi- : allill'haiu. I
.... J. A. Lt LE.ra |I "N-no," replied the blushing Huth. itt-nt.and Secretary and General Manager I for carrying; out such a laborious ua-
'- ) T.r.a ehnshallbeelected bythehoard! of
K. n. .11:!. C'j'of I "Hut it may lead to one, and whileI tors at Its regular: ineeiio'4 on the lJlrt'c'l df'rl.aklll: Regular Dinner Daily. ;'.

__ i I ciniicratulate you on the one hand f.II.I..y In December of 1' A I Cleaning: ladies skins and waists: ,
he by
.f four Directors shall
I 1 on the other I think you all owe an stockholders: their regular meeting on \3 oae of o".r sp:!cialtiea. Htar Laun if' .
ll.iin IP Loda. :ND. 13 fri. j till lint Monday in I'l-cembi-r each ) I't.: dry.
: n evening lit .:'UI.( U I ;44r-s'r/ M t a 1K5t \' : apology to Miss S\\eot. I 1 theflrstelection.. K.U. 1'eterj hall! I -. -, Short Orders I'rciupUy "
"':,Iafox and Garden and Irea-urer A. I.. LRnII. ..:- .Filled
I e President : \: i
., ., The l bait."Ii tit" (.r!/ 'niin.Th" Night or Day. 1r"l
I.atsrurdmllylnvned.J..tLLERTJOU. I shall he. Mce-lTesidect.nnd A. U lin- : CARPENTRY AND
I ."U=N, spite many efforts to bulk him. hall be s"-f-ecit-tarv and Ovneral )I11n1I .
C. \.'. t Count lout do Cnstellane has become ;er, and the aforesaid i ulcers and jame A. tR"
)1:l'III.Lall be and constitute the Board ol If U'sHometblnKGoorttoFat
the of the famous Chateauiie ;
: fI'rou
I possessor 1 wlhh. yea'U find It at
( :irigimnhere 1J1ll'. dc Sevigno: The corporation haH! not at any time

L I h '. v. :$o. K. of iK I p I: PISS M! her last years and die!. The ini-crauy. Th names indebtedness' and residences whatever.T. the cub.scnhers Ring np Pearl & Dolive, r>'>one CGO, Nick Apostle's .

', "I : Vi !A', Knights: of VJITJ \'vv' 1"I.te'l I Adhi-iuar do MontcSU built tae Chateau are ea follows: Richard U, Peter : if you have any carpenter or electrical
.t lhuml.iv \. V3 \ : Mnhl.teaMini..One hundred and lifty
-\-y .n'j \l ru\ ... ;.' .... ilt in the sixteenth Century I work you want well done.tiENPItth .
i tb.r'th.! ll"\ll, \ t..y' I tlrhg i U'lHf-b-ires I ; ; Au (u te L. Llln t'lII..rt/1 I'en- Popular Restaurant. ;;
.'v.. itMin h uiMHHr,'t t > i. r'WAJ \ '1 this gtvat family of the Midi! merged sacola, Hondaone; hundred and IUrl.pltl1tlit. ; I '1'.
.! \ and tu,h-n ''treeti >>) sh! re McCall.of UeKuLiak
., curb ll;\' ".....0111.,1.1 /: / WM < I! Into a branch of the Castellan\ ** family, I S print Klorirta.; two If) thares.In FIIKNCH LICIIE1)ULEt !
"" \ $
.1 < \ IJJ., ;iHE > I ; wheretf the at Onl'nUonpd
U. ALLMOS / I that of the barons: ot KntnraNtcaux, witness !pmlMrn :

l.e. I ;Jf I I Il'r' '\ :" "':r -........ '''I' and became the marquises! ainl ceuntS MibM-nbers I1KI111S. have hereunto signed their:: i Follow l is the schedule! of the '

I 1K ...,.. .-J, .:.- ... .'<;, "'- of (;rI11\'I. Tills line, h we\er. : RICH 41I\ (i. i'KfKKS.Al'tirslK government steamer: General! French .
p. .. 11il11-1 I.. MMjELUKK, I
'<'", >=,- '\ "...,
"" tin J ". :- I pr-ar-d in is'.M! with the d.-nth If JAMES A. which THE NEWS prints for the
T. o. o. r.I1 ;.f j t: f't J{1 ; \ ."'" "'v- ::.tne..ldhewar d'or- McCALL.febiioaw4s I T4 CI IV\ ah &
I l: i l!, 't-...... ...Y.: ..c l'ro\ei' di t'ast" 1 benefit of the merchants u-ho ship { 1 ;o n ;
.' J.. .. : :. aio d' Moiitt'ii. grandson of ta! famous i their the uricus
)- ( \ '- ':;:' ". : I goods army
i.-It-ill Ij>.'!;i> Xi u. 4i I f.1: \'&' ..' -.:. .....,,.<.. ;- Mu.e. S' vigne.j; The chateau is in a i posts : ; 'j

i .1' -I'\\ evening nt 7tt: at I i p n\ -. ,, ti.;;.,",...".\41 c state >.t preservation; but Count : LeavePensaeola.--- .., reba.m. INSURANCE : \'
\\",'-t Insentlencm ureet. "'. '''''. ;""-.....-.,... > ":.:",:'-"... H., .i intends Il'tdy to nature itsorigitai Leaves Hero n'a;*..,...... ........?,...... 1:;11 a. m. '
:: ,'furdlnllv lr\lt.ut. I m -: : eutlli; I HARDiBRICK Leaves 1'icfceus ...... ''' .........-- !(;llO a.1n A XI) 't
< J.I""I."s, N. U.AMERICAN ; I lirauly: v.i'j: more of liiWl'r- i[i i Leaves: rranCftL...., r........ ...._. H:15; a. in \'
t:. ;'r..lar\ I DAS'JED roiiWALD LIKE A IIFEO ASD lean wlfl!':; uill'ioiis.AlitM: i r Leaves len'acola....._....._...... _.10:151m..1 REAL ESTATE, ;
Arrives Barrancas 11:10 a. m. and then i
I Bt.\T THE HLI lIUIt.SC BACK makes a trip to Fort McKee and then re- No. South Filafox Street.

GUILD. i rtdlnp: and walking togt'tlu-r. She: .-x- nod ('".hors.Esperin" .I tarns to Harraacas I'.arrancas.Leaves ....... .............. lNp. m. 'n>,rr
I lulittoil Urn to the lId; ) >ors ana held : tt 1-iU'ly ma.lhy LonlAvelmry : Leaves flckens .......... ..... .... ....m_ 1:25 p. m.Leaves Partial List of Desirable; Dwellings {,
I1 at'eta {*h.i]>tpr No. I1O7.l Lcr i"K/r !l.ut proud head Libber than (Sir; John Kti'oli ki show that I'ensBcola..... ....._ ...., .._. 4::;0 p. m.Leav..s for Kent in Various Parts '
I Hickens .. _'"'' ........_ 1 :15 p. m. I
'. Ll.NDES-TRCTII. ever litffortAt the cud cf the fl- (Oltl'wI'l'k 1 nuts tint only distinguish ci> but Arrives hirrancas fi'iO! p, m. and makei of the City: i

,irv. Uutruor. they wire supposed to l.e MIjrased. show marked preference. He placed i I trip to McKee and return. $35.(10-2!;;-story house containing J! rooms. .; {

OF L.I. If anylxtdy had denied; the rumor j slips IIr nil, green yellow and violet I boat On will VVednesdaysandRaturdaya leave Barrancas: via Pick-the ail upper modern and lower conveniences floors cornlot.batb on. .U; J i'1'1

: it would have teen asserted that glass over an ants' nest and after nice yard andsbrubherystableout- : 'if;
3Ds for Pen acola at 6:30 m. ... ;
p boa tic, >o. T14 i-ast J.aKuartreet.
that SW ants
with.1'r the trials found i
RidgeJy Lad s-\t on I twelve 61.
j rung: .
The General French is for .
I collected under the rod glass and only army IJ5.IH)-3-siory boarding house, .! 'f
.il Assembly No. 1.1G5.ilny I iras' 'ON HAND purpose only and any outsider must containing pol i,
five under the violet though this was ; 25 roumi, known as the Ponce da ''t
have from the
a pars quartermaster Leon '
th ; in each month. i PHYSICAL PERFECTIONis house,>o. llo Katt Inttndea- :
W.l'.1I.1'IURP. I as dark as the red.What's I'I otake pa"aje[ 01 her. cia treel. ''piyuioAde.lrahle5story :
':\Nfi.i. .. \V. imposible if the liver is out of or- modern dwelling it 1
I - 7 rooms, l desirable ;!
1" .,'r'll\rv. in a Name .aalIALF.SSTO mo tectionottbo
der. A perfect liver is possible if I city on a corner on tbe Hreel carline 'w
i Everything is in the name when it I liSINorth 1'arcelona: street. .
the kind of a
keep using
you fW.tiO-I.ari 2-story dwelling lu rooms,
The Beer liver tonic. HCPATICURA is the comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C'I routine Seville'quare, \o.; *i Kittt i'l I
Government street f I
Kind of liver tonic. It will''! 4 HCW-Coniforialile new 2-tory modern it
right a DeWitt & Co., of Chicago, discovered, '
i .
c fcllinn.i 9 rooms.verydetlral/le see- <*
That Made liven uf your liver to your entire sat I some years ago, how to make a salve ONE MILLION tion Baylen ol the between city, situated and on North j.t ,lI,
Strong: JJtKotoptreets.
i isfaction. It will provide excellent I. ;
Witch Hazel that is a specific I j
\ F [ digestion, excellent circulation and I -.- I i35.Co--itorydwellingIn: ecod order with -I ::1
& for Piles. For blind, bleeding, itching :! i rooms, three door from the belt { .
perfect health. i line ba gas and water tbrougbout, .i ;'
:II.f Il { not wish his \ and protruding Piles eczema Get Our Prices BeforePurchasing. 7 No. Sli'North Harcelona street. : :;,
Mr. J. C. who does i
1 1i
burns bruises and all skin diseases i ).W-t-ttory dwelling 7 rooms, city 1UIer. : "
ISVICTORIA f' name published, says: I cannot re- :cuts, i Lath gh.. with large corner lot No. I ',
DeWitt's Salve has no equal. rllbtilfllet.
to voluntarily -i I j
'frain from extending you, i 115.70--1-storydwelling. II rofm%, cewly papered 1 l
my sincerest recommendation I This has given rise to numerous i and painted throughout; on I ";
I I II belt line.2o.:9NHaetGregory1lreet: : .
of tho medicine you prepare and sell worthless counterfeits. Ask for De- i t '
i 115.00-1-story; WitH and bath, i!
I under the name of HEPATICURA, Pharmacy i -- 7 room, bait t lock of ground t
:'Y ACME BREWING CO. \\"ltt's-tha genuine. Hargis with .! ;
:.for reason of its superior qualities I II bl'aIlUallbadl! treei, >o. 73 Kate .
Btrp: IO-CKM noriLK Bun as a toner of the general system. : John Sheppard, Sidney Kahn. I Cervantei itreet. I '
I I 50,000 Daily. $1-HorYd1llt'lJIDgO.CtiEA8t: Grego: .
IN TOWN.DdNNHEISSER: Since using lIEP.TICl'R.although Capacity ry.treeet,5room.newly papered anti "
i 11 have always been agreat sufferer I lOoa i ,
Rolls at
Hot p. m.,
$11/H- o.IIU Last Eelmnnt
C. R. TAYLOR street fi-rcom
BROS i from constipation and colds, I have doz. at Solomon's. I I II cottage, city water, newly I painted i
A [! been entirely relieved from both of In perfect order. I
VS FOR THE CELEBRATED these ailments, and I venture to say I Artistic Shoemaker t0.5: )-No. lull North AlcaniJ strbet. a new \
O.A.STOa..A.. I Erick Co house In good order with 5 roomi. '
in regard to the former, it has no ftieftiillan :-o.
I. tio/u- Sill East Btlraont
i ttreet! city
Harper Eotgll&tue
Wsley.e equal. I have used only two bottlesof se&r. the its Kind Ya9 Hai always FINE: WORK A SPECIAL. water a neat 5 room cottage newly

I HCPATICURA far yet I find .'fJ1.-fJ. _' I Pine Barren Fla. Phone No.23. 9 South Palafox St. t II.OO-No.painted klOKau and LaUoa renovated itreet throughout., a neatly "
my normal weight of 140 pounds has papered 4-room cottage la good con I .
-I,) ; been increased nearly 10 pounds. I -- .. .. --- dition, large lot, city water. "
rt. Palafox .
street. A large liet of unaller dw'. well tasanamberotatoreeandotnceatuttBE1Ts
IUDg ai
shall take in recommending
I pleasure
1\ i i.;.. Excl f
uge-0pp. Union Dejot HCPATICURA to any one desirous Hot French Waffles with

r' O. Box 2>1. Penacola, Fla. of finding the very best constitu- Florida Cane Syrup at Laxative gromO Quinine A: (1'l on evert THOS. C. WATSON & CO., 'I e

tion builder to le had. Sold by all 19.C.Q' Uadicc Real Estate !Kent! and Ininranc iAguts .
Cold in One Day Crip in 2 Iteys pox 25c
Phone 118-2CS.! druggists. Solomon's. Cures T_ South FalafoxHtrett.: t'l i '


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A VERY OPEN LETTER. vide names for 16,000-ton battleships, Oldest and Largest
the Sarsaparilla Agency ;in
while New York and Texas,
Secretary Moody: SirrWhileyou

I: are in Pensacola please note its largest northern and southern states, Doctor orders. Druggist sells. West Florida.ESTABLISH .

vessels which ers
are represented by.
advantages and the needs of the
You take. said. ;.
now considered small and obsolete Quickly
IIaNnd at the Post Offle at Feoueolft, naY). After you have made the con-
n._ i.ond-CIs. natter. 'nection between the two very clear The fact that so many of our Quickly cured. f.oci. :

OmC :-PlUO. Building, 2L' Booth your duty to the department under states are represented by armored }

r.llt.T Itrrnt, np-tUlri. your direction will compel such action ships in the navy should serve to ----- Ifaouiles BFOS.INSURANCE

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO. ,in the premises that will be gratifying ca. attention to the fact that our PROMINENT OFFICIALS LOCAL DRUMMERS .

to every Floridian, and most fleet is growing rapidly. Twenty years
:. T.rms: Invariably In Advance. serviceable to Uncle Sam. Very respectfully ago we did not have a single modern I '

.M T.M by MHI____is ooUMontbi The Times-Union. ship. our navy being represented Among the prominent visitors who (Apalachicola Times)

____ IK0M mainly by old wooden hulks. Today !. spent Sunday in the city were C. L. From the talk among the local buy Carrier. Payable: Monday: 10 John H.Vhaley and J. P. Stokesof we have built and are building AS Stone of Louisville general AND
passen- ers, Pensacola drummers are denyingthe
Uwtiting fatet Furnished Application this city have been appointed Notaries well as authorized twenty-five first- ger agent of the L. and N.; J. G. right of the Mobile drummers to

TELEPHONE NO. 118.PES3AOOLA Public. class and one second-class battleships I Hollenbeck district passenger agentof !play in Pensacola's back yard. Especially REAL ESTATE

I f. ten armored cruisers and nine the 1... and N. from Atlanta, Ga., is this trite when it comes to ,
' modern monitors, or a total of,' forjy I and J. M. Fleming of Jacksonville 'meats and lard. A local representative -

( _.} (DeFuniak Breeze.) five armored ships, besides a i large I district state passenger agent of the of one of the western packinghouses 30) South l".tlafutrl'l'r..

Pensacola has the biggest fleet of .
fleet of fine protected cruisers. gunboats same railroad. The distinguished gentlemen remarked on last Thursdaythat
warships now in that harbor that Phone 22. PEXSA. c .
torpedo boats and other were occupants of the parlor his house refused to sell at > -*,

. KAECH 9 1903 were ever assembled in a southern craft. This is certainly in atached train
progress car to Xo. 1 which arrived Pensacola's prices. And the band

port, and her people are correspond twenty years, but the best authorities: late Saturday and when the continues to play "Won't You Come -

invalids would be benefitted ingly happy. People now alive and tell us that at least twice the present
Many train reached here they were takenin Home, Bill Bailey?" I GIXmLI.nlXT'

I by taking less medicine and more arrived at the age of maturity will strength is needed to place the coun- charge by the local] agents of the I 1
see the day when Pensacola will be I
exercise. try on a proper defensive footing. company and piloted to the Merchants SWEDISH BARK The Equitable
the metropolis of the South. All the
\ Had we progressed as fast in the hotel to quarters which haJpreviously
lion. Clark Howell editor of the natural advantages are hers and SAID TO BE LOST I
matter of personnel as we have-in the been reserved.Yesterday .
Atlanta Conshution, is reported to be need but to be exploited in the I I i
I proper matter of ships, there might be little the local officers inviteda life Assurance
Quite 111. Wonder if Roosevelt's ]letter way to make this true."Tampas The Swedish bark Gladen] which i Society
cause criticism at our naval number of representative citizensto
made him sick? sailed from Pensacola on January 13
progress, but while we have more assist i in entertaining the important Of the Unitecf States
building boom knows no ; 1s thought to have been lost as she ;
Hope vanishes with youth. As a than the nUIlber.of. enlisted men, no visitors on the bay. The hazy 1 J1KXKY 1).
bounds. -Tribune. That may do for 'is now ]long overdue her arrival atj I
I weather lessened somewhat otherwise -
man grows older he quits hoping and increase has been made in the numberof an
begins to gather unto himself everything a slow town but our building boomis commissioned officers until the enjoyable afternoon.A I Cain} not yet having been reported !|| ''Strongest in the World.
going on by leaps and bounds and The Gladen is a wooden bark of 517 !
in sight that in't nailed down. tecent session (If Congress, when avery I -
still rents are high. RESOURCEFUL LAWYER.: tons. She was built in ly:;l at May-

R\\ considerable increase in. the I ort, and owned<< in Sweden. Twenty I II -' 'WHY NOT THE BEST ?
The democratic minority in the U.
NEWSPAPERS number of cadets at the Naval Academy An Inclination Thnt Won n Case lie

S. senate now have inIr.. Gorman was provided for, which in time, "o.IIt-r. Hupf'If'SM, I guineas per cent has beta paid on the

a leader able to cope with the big- (Eutaw Democrat.) will furnish a much-needed increasein A Philadelphia] lawyer tells the story !Gla en.I .
There is no doubt that newspapers THETRANSFER f MERC1TS
that a picture of
gest guns among the republican ma the number of officers. Should a runny Davenpoitonce ) I
do a good deal of talking some ofof won a ra jority. war occur within the next few years,
which may not be first class matter was suing) tho Pennsylvania' U.iilroadcompany
however, it would become necessary I "Just in the nick of time our little GO.
Some folks can't understand that ,and would be better unsaid but (if whil'h'a'lIe MacVeHghis I
to employ a considerable number of boy was saved" writes Mrs.V..
i-oun-vl, for $Tr<.I d.iuuft s fur I
Senator Tillman should be represented that is no criterion to judge the entire -
I I volunteer officers from the Naval Militia the loath of her husband. "Jut a few Watkins, of Pleasant City, Ohio. i I Having been awarded the coutir:
in wielding a pitchfork as his or- work by, without the analysis :
and Merchant Marine, just as days: before the case was to have come "Pneumonia had plajed sad havoc for carrying the U. S. Mail bl-tWI I ..
atorlal weapon, when in reality he of both good and bad is taken to ac- I I up'SI.e happened Into office and the L. & S. Depot and Post Ui!'.
done my announced
I was during the war with Spain. with him and a terrible cough set
does the greater part of his work of both good and bad is taken into that -he bad married again. I and also the exclusive baggage pmi

with a dungfork. account, then the comparative sheet '(Jooil in besides. Doctors treated him, I lege on all trains entering then\
The Fireman's Journal is the Ix.rd madam, I gapped, "why I Icouldn't .
but ho day. At we are prepared to transfer ba
grew every ija will show that there is no force name of a very neat little eight page you Lave waited until your I and pa-i-sengeM to and from all
There is but in length tried Dr. New Din- s
probably one man that does more good for the inhabitants paper published at Tallahassee. It is cat':111I<' tip? It's iio.xt to impossible) wo King's : tel]*, residences and trains day >r

the United States actively opposed to of the earth than I I for me to get damages for you now.' covery for Consumption, and our darling -; night.
newspapers. not an advertising sheet, but is filled
the construction of the Panama canal. She said she didn't rare very much was saved. He's now sound and '
They go in pursuit of hypocrits; in with reading matter of interest to ; Prompt & Reliable
He Is at this time doggedly resisting: and went out seeming very happy.) well." Everybody: ought to know, j Senicc Gurate!
every direction in the high places as every fireman who desires to keep
the confirmation of the treaty in the well Well it ju>t happened) that I had a it's the only sure cure for Coughs, I I j We also conduct a Freight Deliv.
as the low-the devil himself I
being posted in matters pertaining to his photograph of runny I>
United States my I ery jne's-haul pianos safe ,
senate. By so doing Colds and all Lung diseases. Guaranteed -j
afrai,1 of its criticism. The absconding calling. The subscription price is only desk, and when the nt day "'aYlleIaeYJlh i machinery and furniture at Rea-on.:
be is in direct conflict with the commercial by ,y. A. D'Alemberte, 121 S. ;:
criminal cannot evade the detective -, 23!; cents if you send in now. happened into my office to j able Prices.Telephone.
Palafox street. Price ;50c. and $1.00. |
interests of the whole South. I
system without a flight into eternity discuss quite another mutter he pickedup your orders to F. n.I .
Trial bottles free.
No Substitute the photo and adiniri-d it. 'Who's | 1 Pou's Livery Wtables: ] Phone !II. or
; An eight year old boy threw the where the polls have not yet Mrs. H. H.: Hallmark's, Re-Utnce
your friend? he linked. I had sudden'
switch on the Seaboard Air Line been raised. Truth justice, love and j I not even the best raw cream, equals a Phone 331.MERCHANTS; .
I pirntion. and I said: 'Why that A Guaranteed Cure lor Piles
Railway at Evergreen Fla.. just to mercy find a friendly welcome in the i Borden's Peerless Brand Evaporated the
lady is suing Hlinl Blerdlnx
your company) Itcblog :; or ProtrudingPiles. TRANSFER
see what would happen. and wrecked kingdom of newspaperdom, and the j| Cream for tea, coffee chocolate, cereals for $.,."-,IM).' 'The iK-uce you !say.' snid : Your druggist will refund your .

the train. The president invited a different trades and professions of !j and general household: cooking.It he. '1IillII0I11e'lIIl1an., isn't she?' >lie money If I'A/.O OINTMENT falls to cure )IRS. H. H. HALLMARK, Prop
negro to sit at dinner with him, and men are watched cosely.! and if is the result of forty-five years experience Is. indeed.' I replied. 'H'm!? he exd.iiuifd you. 5u cents ; hARRY HALLMARK, Trau1'fH1:I ,

there is in the looking; at the picture closely) i I
the least growing
other flaw..or act
negroes participate in a social j Hot French Waffles with L 4 N. It.'.allll P..t A. OnTHI
reception at the White House and that need \entilation it is given. If': handling' and preserving of milk byDcrdcn's 1 .\ deuced hanil-'onie woman, I should : Florida Cane at
sa y. .\ ilt'UtvJ handsome: woman.1 Syrup
.' now he sees \\ hat happened. a professional wears a nice fitting I! Condensed Milk ( 0. I Tlurl''u I Solomon'*.
a lisht piiu". 'What'll you J
: :
, l'rinclI.trt around a hypocritical take) to settle tliis cnsei" he asked. I

t The Southern Farm Magazine, published I body I the deformity is discovered ant! EXCURSION/TRAIN I thoughtf! my ol.ent's; weontl marI I i

I in Baltimore Md.. is one of published, by the newspapers. If dishonest / CAME IN HEAVY !I ;rinse and I fixed the figure at ton( ">. OYSTERS AT HIC APOSTLE'SFine JA J b1 Y GOL B Y t tlwt..alt. &

j the best agricultural publications in and selfish) public men prac-1 I I The U'-al was consammateil and the oyr-ters today. Try them.

J the country. It is devoted to southern tice or endeavor to play their hidden\ i' People came lure and spent Sunday use, never came to .urt." NIC Al'OSTLK. .

farming interests and has proven 'schemes, they are discovered and i in IVnsacola! from River Junction to \\ ami

its usefulness by the great favor in published in the papers, and so on ;; I'ensacola, coming from every imerj .. .' Not Acquainted With Him. I! MATTRESSES OF ALL GRADES Retail Oroccro.

which it is held by the farmers from all the j mediate! station and town along the 1)0lt know Mr. Presco, Mr. Albert |FROM $1.50 TO $12.50. SIXTY
through the of
way acts men. j I'resiYiV" inquired )! .
ri. Xuriteh.(1 1II-\IJl"HTIt S KU
road. The train consisted of nine
Virginia to Texas. farmer -
Every passenger "
but "
not least a large rjijorityftand said her liu>liunl. 'Yhy':" ,

should take a good agricultural pap ,rand on the Fide of Christianity andre j;I cars and it is rjughly cstimat- "I've pot an Invite to Mr*. P.lugore's; FELT MATTRESSES. TRY : Family, Fancy and Staple

The Southern Farm will be found a doing butter \\01'1for the cause |'ed I that at least .arc hundred] strangers pnnlen party, and :he says t1J"- "I't-' poins ; 'ONE. MARSTON & QUINA. 1

to fill the bill. of Christ than manho i stepped to the platform when tile to tliue AI Fn'sco.-Philndl'Ihl:1! I t< 'Groceries, _<
' the ---- -- -- -- -
) rain stopped at the union : Press. i
pulpit and claim they are called todoiotis : depot at I and All Kinds:' of Up-to-date: Fan
I Lat Sunday afternoon James X. (; work. 11:13: a. m.. making the run of IMffiik'S ; I Merronnrj. |I'"V 7""VVVVVVV- (leeds:

Hall a prominent book dealer of Madison from the junction in about !six ': <
.11 I ?rue.i-i you m> going to marry Chol.I We are Hole Distributors for \V' -'

Fla., Ifft his home in Madisonto The weather man claims that more ;, hours. ]ly Sportboy. On what grounds do you >I| BEST BOOKS CHEAP. Florida for the Celtbratf Caf. .t.

go down town for a short time," rain fell in Pensacola one day la>-twl't'k People boarded the train at-every lJa"f' jour blief that he really loves j I I Monde CotTee Sweet Home ::0.1,11'
I says the Atlanta Journal and awoke 'I jou? *es, Illini and Climax Flours.lkiyh "
but the
stopping place, largest
than at any other )point in the I&. "The Droptr study of mankind is felicateen.
yesterday morning, more dead thanaliv'e : is said to have come from Xii-0n what grounds? On his real If' man." and Lbs om. of grr&t mai OernunAjmAri: I pa1
country on the same date. That's I estate of course.-n.iltmmro! ItN' cf literature fire simply mail ..IIIf Food Uo.'s Canned Meats, Etc Ah
to find! himself in Atlanta with Jackson: and Walton counties. AI Herald. bis way* and his moods, rendered' 'II of which are sold by all fJr-t-cb-- -
ndthinghO'I'.r., P >nl.'olala
( W'S .
out a Cent of money and minus his I IIInr..II..ylo btudy.r Jj Retail Grocers in the city.
did have a jrreed for claiming everything I good crowd came front Milton by Orief is the IIOUof: an instant. 1'lo If %() one ever nets at Iho Inrao'.t
vatch and chain. Hall his mind i tlioutljH of the jr"t h"MI. without f
says in sisht.:: -Apalachicola Times. steamer two hours before. I indulgence of rili is the blunder of a > Intimacy. Skim. It you will. IUrn 'II ( o2. lias been a blank: since home. A great many excursionists were I hfe.-Uisrae! > bin>ki, holt (lie'e itr" meant te h. rend A
Yes, sir. when its I'
a question water II ant re-redd. *tt d and thought
It often happens just that way toprominent met by friends whose guests they over. Piikupssion of a few really good:
claim >
we more of it than anyliody. More Riots. j books Is worth morr ttiau tat renclIk 'Ii PENSACOLAPressing
people but with common were during the day. The city poople I liii of a bundrtdotlirrs.
I Disturbances of strikers arc not | l <
folks it is considered a case of plain lit had assembled the
THE NEW SHIPS OF THE NAVY. I 1\\ ) at depot
drunk.It i Ii made the crowd appear to bo much nearly as grave as an individual disorder |(r* 10 vol. Thackaray, $2.35 < ClubFOR
(X. O. Picayune.) of the system. Overwork, loss

is every man's privilege and his Although the presidents signature larger than wflulbe FUPlIOSe<1.i of sleep, nervous tension will be followed j J 13 ToL. Bniwer, $3 00. I l
has scarcely dried 011 the Naval Ap- !i The excursionists enjoyed themselves by utter collapse, unless a reliable i <
duty to himself and his family, to Appropriation Bill the new battleships i j in various ways but the most remedy is Immdiately employ- j> 13 vol. Scott, $3.00. Bell his cotton to the man who will ed. There's nothing so efficient to
''of them visited the i
provided for in the battleships. SonieN)11tCIIteI :> vnl hsVpciiFQT1 41 <
give him the most for it. It is also measure cure disorders (If the Liver or KidI I 3 illdnllltalj Jl.UJi
have already been named, so great has { themselves b'alkin neys as Electric Hitters. It's a wonderful |> One Dollar Per
his duty to buy his gnods where he around town and others And n nnnlK-r of attractive single
viewing things
and effective
tonic nervine
boeu the (desire on the of thestates i K voluin'f''r all r'duc.dI.
to part I age l: are
the ix-st for the least num<
get \v. rode on the car, while others and the greatest all around medicine I cli.rins this house-clesninif mle. H I Advance to Membership.
Florida Int (''(. That is a plainstatenient not yet honored by giving their I !for run down systems. It dispels j K 'i"u. sumefplenuid fancY goiHls! tliatF .II
and illustration of the names to armored ships to secure the i took up a great deal of their time 'Nervousness, Rheumatism and I tin holuiavs nre going lit iieit t<.) 'II Clothes Cleaned] ant Priced a-
jk noinlng-hlDumsmanicure'sets. CIII.IIHlltdcuTbflxf'umltlnilke.
I loOking! fur "a smile. which ofj 'II often a* desired'our Clothe
prizes. The three g'il Mon battle-1' II Neuralgia and expels Malaria! f'rms.I MalioS
busiuos if .
principle undPrijIng ( I
every ship- which are to belong to what is course cou'.d: not be had.Vct I',Only oi'c. and satisfaction guaran- j esci'Ilent birthday prtents.COE'S < snt for and delivered. Call! at
conceivable lIatII rl'. E'i try man i" I! y'2 South Palafox and Join the
: streets mad.alking rather untii'-as-j! | teed byV.. A. iJ'Alcmberte! druggist, j
known the .
as class will.l < Club.
should have the right to s.t'11 what he ant. i! 121 S. Palafox street. t BOnK STORE

has to soil in tho liost market at the l he named Vermont, Kansas and Mmnosota. ] I 1 1I < '
The two 13; . he I I The finest line I
highest price can get and to buy Quality is what makes price. If of umbrellas! in thf s :

at the lowest price he can seenre.a whirh will fjl'.owery! closely the Burnett's Vanilla Extract wa* no better |i city i* at J. I. Stephen. Go look ::tJ South 1'alafoi Street j I ITetley's I Yours for Neatness,
Maine class. will I
be named
: The trouble is so many demand this at them. V
: than other extracts its price would i LA.A..A.AAAA.AA AA
Idaho. I
and G.
: right for themselves! and than want be the same. Once tried, always; i 1- W. IRWIN.Hot .

" ; to deny it to ot 1ll'I's. The system: of namias battleships'UHd. II }

after states has not neon strictly ad-1 i
I .
The ami.inuH-rialists- who are workIng beret to. as some of the new: monitors ,1 SHEPARD WILL Chocolate with

1 up such passionate indignation and all ot the later armored cruisers I 1I j HAVE OFFICES HERE Whipped Cream, at Solo-

; over he refusal of thi> senate Philippine after the larger cities and the protected I I mon's.

:_' committee to re:won the inquiry aiter the smaller cities. Up I Hon.V.. D. Sheppard, V. S. ,

; into condition on the islands: do not the present time thirty-se\en states'I attorney for this district, will have''

stfiu to lie attracting; niurh popular I have given their names to vessels? of: '! his headquarters here and rlJllm0:: STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE

symPathy: The petition for the hear-1! the new navy each state being;: represented i i :is, on the third floor of the govern-I Tea is econoTctley'?, unspoiled in

ing was Mfiu-d by such an "array of by an armored vessel al- meat building is being fitted up for 'i my, health and pleasure, the making is a revela- I 'Jelwef'n Pent.acola and .Milton .IV..l

college presidents and other distinguished though not all by battleships. Of the i blni. The new attorney will be \iel-, all in air
1 corned an tight packet in Tea drinking. KUDU Dally Fxcrpt: Sundty
names that it would seem cities and towns of the country forty here. I .

I that its refill might have jarred the five have given names to vessels] of r j It Saved His Leg. I ASK YOUR GROCEil.I "CITY OF TAMPA."

nation but ontside of the
the new I
navy. LY Milton_ mr
I 8:3":' 11m I.v l'.n "coJa.
Republican and a few others who In the process of honoring the larger P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga., \ l'@n8. ola.II'lam: Ar Milton pm

are desperately trying to blow up aflame states and citites first, it has so suffered for six months with a frightful farl'.eoc; Hound iripllifi

of anti-imperialistic) sentiment: turned out that owing to the steady running sore on his leg; but An Extensive Optical Institution.

I writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
from the smouldering ashes no one i progress in the size and power of:

seems to care. Affairs. in the Philippines the ships that smaller states and I i'wholly cured It in five days. For Astigmatism or Irregular Vision. i JEWELER IN HIS

are sroms along; smoothly at the cities are furnishing names to the Ulcers, Wounds Files, it's the best J ; Thi insidious eye defect usually caues radiating ,

present time and what good ranromt. 'largest! \(';; els. Thus Connecticut and :' salve in the world. Cure gauranteed. :t( lines! to appear with different decree of distinctness. NEW STANDI

from : Only 25: cts. SoH] by W. A. D'Alem ti .. It
an opening up of the interminable "erI:1ont.'hlt! are small states: PI'Hood's \)- ,' projuce headache and sore eye;. i
I berte, druggist, 121! South Palafox
inquiry into and discussion I WK .\IIF; I2XPKIITS.

of every incident which occurred I street .
I have moved J jewelry ,r,
during the military campaign Pills : Bellamore
i 1120 South Palafox:, formerly
there? As well call for a court of inquiry E.Y. PEAKE

I> Tnt: ,-nly H-'fr.tCllu Ojticiiti in ih* City. (iraduite of PanFrance.,) i pied by BaH & Co., and am 11i
o not irritate the alimentary
into the civil war and hold up gripe nor and Philadelphia.!
canal. They lid gently yet; Electrical contractor and builder, i! better prepared than ever t. '&
to the public l'rC'rinlh'idual occurrence t
promptly effectually and will do electrical work in timI I in diamonj watt
with which men in command your Room 9, Old Armory Building, Pensacola, Fla. great bargains .
Give ComfortSold class style and at reasonable rate!. jewelry, etc. Call and see EC It: II
or ia the ranks may have beenBarged. He can be found at 30 South Palafox EYES EXAMINED FREE. I let convince
me you.
I II by all druggists. 25 cents. j street. Pbote 203. Note--Beware of Hpectacles Peddlers.: J. I. HTEPHENs.L" .



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:::::-- l
re-seated without a very strong Op. CTo. SOO8. rl.
W. C. O'NEAL, President; M. E. CLARK, Cashier; 11
AN ACED position. 8. J. FOSHEEVice-President; JOHN PFEIFFER, Ast't CashUr. ;
['p { "Everybody should come up quickly !

and volunteer accommodations for AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK *

visiting Woodmen said a member of ;

"Competition for excursionists to that order yesterday. "The convention OF PENSACOLA, FLA. [,1 ,
battleships was of a bitter nature
will be here for two days and we
afternoon, and I was sur- Designated Depository of the United States. .
wRITES must give the visitors the best we

to see a gentleman engage have in the shop." Condensed Statement at the close of business Feb 9, 19(3. 'If;
hawking for patronage on a Sun

who is thought to be one of the Don't think less of your system than RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.

YEARS worked in town." That you doofyou house. Gh'eita Joansand Discounts. ... ...... .. ...... ... $336,072.95 Capital Stock ...... .... .. .... ... ...... .... $?AOODU.00 ill:
men thorough Demand Loans .. .. .:.......... .... .... 122SC654 Surplus ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ...... .. .... 20,000.00 ;
cleaning, too. Take Hood's
BAY was made in front of D'Alem- la. Sarsaparil- rerdrafts..... .... ............... ..... .... 1,160.02 Undivided Profits.. .... ... .... .... .... .... 690.76 r
this morning. Continuing he D. 8. Bonds and Premiums.. .. .. .. ...... 213,806.87 Circulation. ..... .... .... ..... .... .... .. ... 125,000.00 I
: "There is no secret to the Stockssecurities etc. .. ............ ..... 2,62500 Dividends Unpaid.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. 180.00 ,
Po furniture and Fixtures.. .. ...... .... ..... 8,718.48 Deposits ...... .. .... ..... .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 565,549.34 :t4
indentity. He was W. C. Jones, Cash and Exchange. ..... .. ...... ... ...... 228,17024 t:..... ) ;
p,'' i; an city clerk and he did things up "

was if I judge of things. (S $OTES { }h', .
, IIJ: :a1 am any Total..... ... .... ...... .... ... ... ..... $911,420.10 Total... .... .... .... .. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. $911,420.10 I' "o
phtt ": is said to have effected an j .
: I This bank opened for business October 231900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will gin :'
(" with nearly steamer
an every your business prompt courteous and careful attention. --.I
\anw: | the bay to carry passengers for not -

II-h.'! 10 than half a dollar. Of course I The police board will meet Wed- 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 'i ,'#:

'frn: :a IlI'f speak of what I hear, but the nesday morning to take up the cases .

in th". s"" I remained that passage could be aginst Captain Milton Frank and Patrolman .,r

a i; tth< t on but a single vessel for Schmitz who are now under B. H. cNG. w. & ctrro --G. w. & coYwY -- ..,

a :' ".r t. and the young man who manged suspension. The hearing promises to C7 I TS. O Xi 8 t : '
?.. : boat at every chance indulged in be highly interesting. t
E,;'"r ll i: very ugly allusions to the clerk. I 38 EAST ROMANA : GREEN WATSON & CO. : i it
Next Saturady is Veterans' Day at ,
l' "aroet Work and
I u..r don't know what Chipley's profits '
De Funiak and a large crowd is expected r.j
,.j.a : but he certainly drew trade Specialtr.Phouo
to take advantage of the low .
r, >,a- landing at the battleships. Some I t DEPARTMENTS FILLED WITH NEW MERCHANDISE. :
I rates offered by the ra'lroaJ 'OIU- ,
I:, Il..". : i of this kind occurred when the Q

... : here before and Admiral pan)'. R. K.
)1..1. was
.:,._,' 'I sustained: a petition and A little boy of Mr. Arthur Johnson's Watchmaker, I Everybody Is Invited.

rag: ,-" r :I all sorts of trouble for the tug cut his head rather painfullyuile "

.: I(| men"'hat's I playing with an axe at his: home on and Graduate I your selections while you can get pP \\t'

,. :. I III Hast Uomana street. 11 Soitk Piltfox St., choice of the VERY BEST Things. .
: .'.J' : that I hear about MoIIugh I _._ I a 'I\ ;l:

i'.. .. ... I out for mayor?" said a car The Huntley Stock Company arrived life : well know the Brighest, Prettiest and Best Q .

\ : i (' "I don't know" (' in the I last evening and will begin a twoweeks' _Jl11ll__ f S, I li I things are always sought out and sold first. : j

..... :,. it originated from but I UllI\t'r'l\ engagement at the local playhouse :: :) :

: it was common talk on the this evening. I I'j: & NEW DRAPERIES. SEE THE DiSPLAY. & (

.. .. Saturday. It came unofficially J. r.. Cawm-n: a copersmith from REAL

..' .. : ] I me, but I heard it all the same and the Western Railway ships, at Selma. I .. .. .. .. .. {
) MADKAR:::M-inchs wide. .. ..12'c Q
c.: ,; :; I I wonder if the ex-ma)or really is going has arrived to accept a similar line of lijc
1 PERCALES.StJ inches wide.... .. .. ... ... ( '
to try for first place a ,1in. But, I duty in the L. & :\. shops here.
ISLAND 1'ERCALKS> inches wi.j.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .12,',:Q
hold, there are three Mciiughs in
: Streets and sidewalks were in a disgraceful A L r Assortment of OIXOIIAM, hood Styles, 10,12'2,13! :5
1'ensacola eligible for the job, and
: :
condition .for pedestriaaism 25c yard. ;.
:. the rumor which it was my fortune or Various transfers Ro '
t this morning. In some places a thin

', -: misfortune to hear may have appliedto coating of mud covered the sidewalkson county realty i .(1 t SEE WINDOW DISPLAY OF NECKWEAR .(
,. either of the two other than Pat.Vhiat's ." ,
:i. week
i } Palafox street and people chose to ending J
i : all of which 8 to 25c. ,.!
: walk on the pavement as the least of 19o:5. r ,
\ the matter with getting up i
..,' :v I two evils. The News by Thos. C. ?.t,4 AVOKTII nornu:. '<. 1 '
a monster banquet and tender sameto
;.' real estate agents: (
the of the fleet within t ) '
E v.'D., s.'p WEAK IN THE ALPHABET. Mary J. and Kobt.
the next two weeks," said a wide- --
.: a Annie Sheppard-Part _e GREEN WATSON & CO. _
awake citizen yesterday. It is known Some Letters That Men Can Sever +r
': .' well Learn to Make."Why Maxent tract-$1. fixrrG. \ :
weB that a seaman is one of the most
? .' 5* it that with some men some AY. J. Crantly to B. w. & CO JG. w. & CO ,
appreciative beings alive and any Ta-
"i- I'-ttcrs of the! alplialn-t are harder to acres of sec 6, tp 3 n, t
vors shown to him will be tolJ-heraldod .
: iiiiikt than others and, in fact, that A. A. Fisher to \
far and \\'iThink\ what a 1
there are some letters that some then 1 to C, 27 and 28, D. HALE WILSON
benefit would to this city if, "
i accrue never h'arn."lhow to make? asked a tract$1.A. ,
say 2Mn of these young men were young man who takes cuiiMdmble in-
banquetted. Not only would the jack- I t"rp-t in the matter of handwriting in H. D'Alemberte '
\ulan-Lot 7, sec S, :! :: Estate and Rental
: les carry with them the pleasancst ofrceolltetions I the New Orleans: Tinn-s-1 t'tnocnit. 'It Agent
i ii ratlu-r fact that $1. ,
the I a singular nearly
but would tell of
: j I every man outside of the experts lit C. E. Merritt to I IS
I good; time they had at Pensacola in iU. ;, !South ralalov !Street, _
] I weak on one or more of the l.'tu-is in in bk! pal, New ::; :,
European ports whither the ships the Liiglisd ali'h.iK-t.! Sometimes the IX Perry to Lee P0- 243. PENSACOLA flORIDA 1 .
I will proceed after leaving letter involvitl i-3 capital letter
a some-
i'ensacola.I ; blk 122, sw '4 of blk :
Such a thing should! b<> tunes it i is of the stuallor kind; snnn
: and 24. S'2 of lot 4, :
1 sure it would cost but a nominal sur.1.1 times it is one loiter and sometimesanother. : : J Ji.

which could! be profitably dffrayeJ, I' In any event Jon will find. tract-$!. 11. G. DeSilva & Co.
fow nnnLrt are exempt front the failing Ada J. McBickar to 1
believe by the commercial bodies assisted ,
referred to. and ..T.1.. Muldon- !i.
by the council and county com 1
Manufacturer and Dealers In
: I "I know of one man who in spite of grant, less SO! acn.sliltlu'.l
missioners. This thing is worth a
1 tti'i fact that lie diM-s a great deal of ) I). '
: i great deal of thought. Popular; :.lah.1 writing lus never nriiiMl how to make Lilla Mason-IMS ( _: Sash, Doors, Blinds, rSi

scriptions could be olain"it'l not I a capital I'. He iiuply makes a stagger /
t of lots 13: and IS.
difficulty: a large: hall could be rented I at it and as a rule, the result of i I Shingles, :
or ,ro\'i.led': waiters wou'.l'ol.-! Lis fffurts will look more like a smallp Kind amp Belmont :: J
I than like tl.e capital 1'. I know nn- II. S. Jaffray to \V. "
ladies could be invited, aaathe
unteer; Builders' Materials
I other man who can't make a small I f J.1.. \Inhlon-l-Ii of f; .
iood that culminates: cannot !bebounded. Ii'
i to save his life. He can never get the less !JH5 acres-$!. I
The officers of the fleet, asa | McHugh'i Brick and Lime. .
I lower part of the letter i.plnthe line. Caroline E. J. 't
:: matter of course, not unmixed with I' llo makes it look like a clubfooted ;.
Thu'! I.IS of P. Palao grant No.
will be banqueted. Telephone
courtesy instead of an f. There are others who 11.'l.
nu-u will remain allliar.lship. Should i when they try to make the snail b. $1. M
the course suggested bo carried out. I Ii give it the lnnir shank, and it looks Ethel l W. Hurst to \
Mi- : i I
tr, .-- : gee, what time they would have.andhow :, more like the letter f. It is rather singular I fcrirtion-$1. .. .SPECIAL SALE. ..
would remeut-j that these traits should! hang onto Florence J. :
n they
many years I I ,'., .
v. ;I' a man's writing for a lifetime, but Same description$1.Helen -AT-
her it. .
I (
M' they do it just the same and if you F. Jaffray !
I ,
e. &' : make a few inquiries among jour
.. "The good effects of the arrest and | dt-srription-$1.
friends and acquaintances you will bud I
of boy at the Mary F. Jaffray :
n. : : i punishment: a negro that: but few of them are exempt from BRAWNER'S
of > : !' : depot for his indolence i is !seen phin- this fault. rl\ltion-$1.\ I

II.- I ly," said a railroad man. Now a "It I is very much like the habit cf :Florence Woodriff : '

tap +\ gentleman and lady feel no hesitancyin fp.-lling certain words incorrectly. All of r. Palao

y.) (' : alighting from a train: they are Many min who are rated ns first cla"i acres-$7,<>oO. make room for my Immense Stock of Spring i

I not bothered by these specimens of spellers bass thrnucli lift without ever I T. F. Suarez to U. : I
T.h I_In a single Instant-e spelling; certain W feet of block 19.; \ Goods, which is now Arriving Daily. :i
lungaround words correctly. It is due to Lnbitlargely.

... for Mayor .Tones, lit shows the kecn.est I) to spell. the If word you should they would ask them tell p'u.Ilut. bow. I' $1.Isidore Friedman I : ')hfd yards of j doz )Iel\',. All Wool lied Under \\ :
;: |1 ;
perception of violated law of ]: -Lots r, 11 and e Ispecial7"c ; drawers
Yt. : I when they go: to write it, that itquite !! room at I .
sr: ', any man we have eT put in thee" different; nnd they will got it L Donelson tract-$ I IO yards Fit ; Ladies' Ready-to-Weir Rainy i{",

\\f\\- i chair, and has a level head. Ilej, wrong every time. So they know too, R. C. Leopard to : ; :Skirts: worth tl.SJ, special gale : j't

C-<> makes the punishment tit the ( how tvrtiiin letters should. ? made 2 I) feet of lot C, blk j! yard. I : each. f!,
I have noticed printed 'rime'j th"y bimjily can't put them down onpaper. $L I i ) prd* Ladies Read yto\\eer Rain y- I '11i:
: It U a curious but cuUilllOU 'd I>,.m Skirts, pujrantFfd all wool ,
his record as a police judge and II j!1 fault." Lee DanieU: and ] room at b} I *4, s-ppcul *alf- f Sa.tS tach. II : 4c Tj
have not a word to say against him. Duncan-XW ; Lidie' Black and Colored I .
I (()I) yards 4 !
Moreno is all right, and he will be bUt 12. East King tic, worth Skirts, worth $l 60, epecial 1 i Jd 1
Ws each
I THE MARKETS. Lilly McKinley ft yard. LidieBlack: Tailored at'd Fig- ': -0.",.

.. I-oftin-73'ifeet by yards 10-4 : d :Skirts, worth 12 X) to fJ special .1 'Il_
.'L % K XKKK! : East King tract-$;;:: j worth Ibe l fUlj to HM: each. '. I /:
duz :Men's All Wool Camel's fH
Leslie E. Crooks tch.'M
LENTEN SPECIALTIESAT # SU I, ; j prJ* 104 ": Under-hirts, worth tl.W. spec )
-East \2 of lot ICO worth : ; drawers to match, in White,
Reported for THE NEWS br D. F. R. J. Day Jr. to l '1''c.trJ an.! Fawn colors.

: Lowe&: Co. -120 acres of sec li' ;; : : Hrd" .III.J' : II n. Buv'" and Girl,' Ribbed 1'

\ I L tinj, wt r_.1 i Fleeced Lined Undershirts at 1 :t
.SOL CAHN & CO'S. Spots. $ drawers to match. .
( -1
1 yard
.. .. I[ Good :Middling... .. .. ... ...9 1-4 D.V.. McMillan doz. Boy' and Girl's Gray and .., ; I ,
I : Wp All Wool Undershirts 1 f
[ Strict liddling..9 lhJ East 17 acres of lot Pant*, uc CJCi ,

I'.t J .. .. ..... ..... ... .. ;! to match. .! j
\H I II ?I \(\'IInl-, OIIKKN TUKTIiK MEET Middling 9'Strict I r 30 w-$170.I to snit (, I carry a full line of Ladies'; 1 Ii
I'M' I:>H (conrisii soKr.siiKia< cn.\B1. '! Low :\liddling..9 13-10: j C. J. Hobbs to doz ;Mfu's : '* and Boy's and Girls' Khoes :i :j

f'A "lIla.1I ('0111-1"11. Tloll tOt, 'Low \liddllng..8 I.:! I Lot 1. sec :34, tp 6 n, : ClidH. ;; : we tan save you 25e on.
1 l:>lol HI IIl.O\TKKS KIIM'KIIKU HKIIUING, Tone, Julet. s I to "! -We carry a full line '
doz Men's .1.1
Tl'NNY FISH. Ipn'" Clothing; Bou nt at fjOc on !
Tf. FL'TUIES.March ; !! !'. We will close them out at
a, i (T)thing Generally Kept in a First-Class Grocery.: PHONE 78. .. .... ...... .... .... .... 9.70 A. C. BINKLEY ae" to mi: 1 price off other merchants. i '

May."" ... ... ..... . .. .. .. a 61)) and the public !
Moved to Room 60S, .
will t
lug, where be will Closa Out Any Winter Wool Dress

CO TO E. W. PEAKE'S, tofore a gent.'ralI.lw Goods at New York Wholesale Prices. t

DR. J. H. MOCK I I No. South Palafox street for your

electrical work. He is prepared to AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS. f

do you a first-class! job at moderate NOW !

prices. Phone 203. iii r tb Flue; ':

DENTIST. Hot French Waffles with F. E. BRAWN ER i ;

Florida Cane Syrup at

25'' ; Palafox Solomon'sHot :l BOWLING ICD S. Palafox St. t
Street % Old Armory Building. !

Lki\\| :\ AM: BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. French Waffles with Ko 11 WEst I U UromoM J .
mmm inecB.
Florida Cane Syrup at ? OIIeYfrJ"
PKXSACOLA I.\. Solomon's. Opposite! Jaa. Cd4 b One Day,4 1n2 /J/ Itoz. 25c

f ii..

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..1'o, _'_......"O" 4<. < ""'d ....-.. ; -

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SCOF1A iNSURANCE A wife often permits her affection to OI'I NARPi

LILA who blind her reason
The man Insures his life Is ,
Is an hereditary disease, and one for wbe for his family. Ilegard for petty things often will

which a uiiikd ancestry t r l.nd poisoned \ dwarf a nan's nmbitJon.CIlaD's .

partctage is rtspon'sible.: It is trau- I The cnn who insures his! health ,
the blood and 'shcw3 By Frank II. Sweet A \\ love can become annoy-
cii'.tcl thigh is wise both for his ,
itself in swelling aid uiceraiion cf the II family and ins as ','.'t'll as burdensome.Marriage W1llSKYt.

glands cf tv.e ncci, catarra: of the heid.: himself. ; based on Lonest affectionwill DRINK
:opyr1Ftt La::' by theS. I 1 .f.
weak eyes, sores, abscesses and skin eruptions S. McClure, Company You may insure health by guard withstand the ravages of time.
with was -ll d I
a gradual :: away
strength and viuUy. It also attacks the 'O ing it. It is worth guarding.At I When a woman gives way to anger!

bones and ;joints, re'uitiag iu w bie swcl- Two men were working their way i the first attack of disease : she begs! her own pardon with tears. CURED BY

list, hip disease anti deformities of every : Many worsen tint happiness only
through the thick masses <'f palcetto.! j I which generally approaches t
tial.Ve see the effects cf this awful I when attending to the affairs of others. WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. !
to listen.Vbat : .
Suddenly they paused the
blood taint day but it exists in sornuy i through LIVER and manifests -
every "'\ a oic-er: ode of them exclaimed. I Confidence is not easily gained wheret'S:1ger:1tl.J
forms that: often it passes fvr some- itself ia innumereble ways
thrg el.e and is trette-1 as anotherd :ease "A backwoods! ni htiridler'' I TAKE : : : love of self Is found to A'o tfi!(, .Vo ("lor. inn It girtn in glan) i \ 1},

i ScTJiala: robs the blood of its na'ft.ive "It must l>e cl J Dul'l'on-i' tfau;:hter," = I IIi I esist.I vatertta, or cote ritJiinit putiftt'i( ((;(.

I qualities, and it Lecoacs too poor to produce said the otLir. "1 was here fire years 'I I To decide; between love and duty has ., the tl'hlteRibbon dsea .rl appetite RemedT for. illcureordF alcoholic stiinu-troy c g;t. IS7 4 -

healthy growth a::,., and 11Ie'as then the wildest and 'I caused hours of worry to men as well last", whetherthe patient a conarmed s ?

,t and developmeut, and THE| GIrT: bappii st little: thin: IC'r S:1n beautiful utt's Pills'I i as to women inebriate dronkard., a Impo-iblc-tlpplt-r" tcctat drinker or
I foranyonc 10 tan> liD
thin emaciated bodies
4 iOF A child with a wonderfuloice.! ." I The man with a vice wonders whyso appetite ah ob"lI(1 liquors after Using
i and pallid, waxy co white Kibbon Kvmcdy.Indorsed -
t Ap.siu the clear topes floated out to many persons think it their duty to ADELlfiHIlDLBEYEEABE!:
pie) ior.sare the result. TMlTCnOnly 'I
constitutional M" { tu i I them. A> they d.ed: away the first make public the fact uy t'lI\h"1I of \V. C. T. I ,

I : tcacdV.a one that works ANCESTRY.through speaker drew a long breath. I Ard: save your health.I .- Man often shows th* hard side of his Mr Moore. pres sirarin'*n(1nt of Tomeu's A SAFE Wl MEJL \r
Christian '
the blood can "\Vhat aa ae.iu!,.it'on she would be disposition: to mark wore strongly the T..tnp"ran"tI l'nlOn.'t'n-
(i turn I'Rhfornm. -
reach a disease that has been transmitted to my cLorr..:r' Le said. j I must go slow Danlelson," to 1 1I |I'! generous shades.-Philadelphia. Bulle hue Ribbon Keturdr writes un: very 1 bare obstinate trst Kl A GOOD MElICiSE.\

through generations or beta lurking in His companion lauched. 4 aU warninply.You, are only twenty- tin. nracksrJ-.and tberur.. have! been nipny

the blood since birlh. I eight end Lisa is no ordinary But In UlanCi"I"s the R-mcdr waa s I
"Tlere aln. Never fine girL i 'I gll"F gale
scrof you n a;; a j ciftly. cheerfully rtcon-nit-nj or by
blood of all
S. S. S. cleanses the J- voice but you iuu>t I* co\'tous-tL. you know the impossibility.: || LnTiiolatry China. dor" White Ribbon KrintJv.. Mnubrri of
Ions si.iiter and tubercular deposit', and 1 'Ir rDlon are d liztel to and ..
For a moment his companion male In China the t.ractlce of an .c"noDannheiscer::
of theater Bros.
jvLalty being I chi '
a m
when rich pure health-sustain:nj bloo-l ; manager, treatment to a Jus in our : -
is rain f.owing in the veins there is a gut pose." no reply; thn he .*aid: i exists at tLe preseLt day and is ot1'11' Yw':6 \\or k I Ii

graJuji disappearance of all I the dangerous A few nonjeus later: tLey emerged; "Yes. I know tie: :Impossibility.: I early origin. The chief festival that Druggist or by nail n. Trial package !i "- --- _- --=

svcjp'.orus of SNI fuia; streacthretur from the palmetto. In the doorway ofa have: ecrvhioed: myself cf it a dozen | of Yuepinir.: or moon cakes is held iluricg free by writing Mrs. A. M. Towrsend 'ifcr i!' =

:s, and a cocrl--e cure is e'JecteJ. cabin Lich Hl'Oi:1 the small clear tiers. TLe girl: absolutely toorant; : ; the eighth month of the Chinese years secretary of a Woman's Crns-j i fP! =GOLA=fit

S. S S. c.'stains n,J sron; irinerals to a rrac'-er ia the extreme sense of thetern Persons make cakes various

ft-'t:. r b'e..k has srd d--rinje: the syste il'"a> a vims.;: ;zrlt: first eLe mere1tt while ani what Looks anJ year. ( ain Temperance; Union'. 218 Tremart Grist and Cern ]r'L'! I M"i: !
f.\ 'ked at them curiously! : then sLvfpraa mon- sizes in the shape cf the moon :lnJlIaitt
:" it can 1 e t .;'en 1-:; ;..t M.ry old.: .jveil Lave rude and St, Boson, Mass 1:5: '' d in 1'easaeola by I
f-y me, yet, filter a longpause. difforeLt fibres them.Friends .
: 13 fie r idlie'Sects ; forward with tuttrt'll'lel: upon 3. F. COSZaitEZ a ;o.. F
Hancnii / ro;;.. :1 N. Paat'ar't: : ,
convince of
.Jl"t .witlJ hml,:.. :1.; soon as niyself > and relatives pnI'"iits to one
3,: : : '
\1 ., :cafrr Its slsir ty I am cure to l-erin ton"l' entertainments and present :Mao.I: hovers
\ t : ;m-r tars:: )!r. I.ofr'ry. for all the wort": she

.': or the;: Ij-"sT cri-d. h'r eji" fparklir.with: p'.c.i: :eke: plans to take her north and giveLcr : ] their cakes after making protestations r i'1 C >JM5TE3'5 ENCU'rf JUOICKMKALAMJl'lUtSTOCK l.t 't ,u
t.....b f'.:iar', : t.- the mostc.r.ltutjs. ure. "HitS mighty: 1.ll':1"ar.t to see en education. I and pouring out oblations to t'.f FEED

:::.:::.:e : TLe next afternoon cs the- two wore i t1.e moon. i' ESSYSSVfll PiLLSp : Hone ,
I'ltrOIlI1 I

.". 1 ):.,...'nave -.J :._::3 t r. S: :r...fula, c: you'_....'...murk. jr'i. raw'll suttindy! be I practicing: together Mr. Daniel::on a>:UcJ } It is very ri'markrlo1t1at a verse cf *...>?X. ..t"iauitih.t"I'" Y..!.ntl. ,fir. ,I.'...'...'","... .. .. I 7ry rea&on yoauhonldbuyj Industry t ,J I

.. 5:1.1 slow ol f 4 .:. 9toa'eedromthe: Homi ale.
j'C'.c.:: := 'n are or :In: r. lucttir cf fact tone: '! one cf the Jewish prophets should l>e <:;:. t.L' \hLld. "
: for
) ty so doing
I 1 .l! I ::1:11 to 1'1. Lim. > < '" ., you ellrour"ljl'r
v.vr'j.U arc slops \I rte u;. an OKI '
: J .
: I 'How woc tl like to north andstudy this Chiiu-e .: .. ''.o.s Iourmoney' is IrH m t -
go explained: ; by custom. -y.
L.zsaid: : Mr. : you ) 1y ....... .. .... -C ,
I't >.,:I.IIS will: adnse you: free of chas Lowery teart.Iy.Ve a.t...". .hl' .. "li .tu. aaiyca la tarn are inairectly
Liz? I.
The Swift SpeciSc Co. / I.1lita. Ga. La1, I' L id .'U.e r..rv: Lui.ts to :eiher. But "TLe iLUdrea lt'r'oo said the t.. l'irl>f.l.r! "... "r<*"n 5 k''... II fostering tbe home raanc'ac! -
S'he raised her eyes frankly. This seer, 'and the fathers kindle the: fire, C 4. .- I ..I:... ....".. 'r" 'antfbntetOlheCBnseOf! labor ,a
... ,
i". .
n.i ,
: :.r It totheeoamnnltyInwhich
VE c'lf of !. r attractions. She: never I and the women knead their douj'a yo r. sy
--- --- to .: :: I'h.-.k?.. .r111,1 : (;; rhtch0antrtbOtestoyour icpson
?! 0'Ii nliarrasj-ment e>r Self con- t make cakes to the queen of heaven." tua
diet' S=tUcH C.i-l Oirr Grouiitl.AltLousiJ .
4t I scu!'::e':s.
tLe siMke:;!1 appear to: hare !F
"1 used to "low I'd like to loam things You want a good piano tuner to
lo' fett. l said bipractl
no :;" or it i.iay to "
I rlsl.t! mach she said; simply i but
stay in Pen ac Jla. still hold WICKE&CO.
'ally: -apl.iloJ; with up\\.ud: of a I. you
m'wey's been sense; nn' since: paw's j jbwn
Lm sick I've done dye hit: all up. \
joint of the t d.bolo l"irs a pair 01 l hai: 20 years' experience and have
Tin re was a wstuln\l-s; ia her voice! :

rib which ate niubilf:! and have their! which Lc took instant advantage of. worked in several piano factories. Plumbep Gas and Steam Fitter

poit-ts uttld..1 to.tLe inner s-urfate of Orders left at Johnson s bouk tore ,
"If could: north ,
you arrange to go j
will be :attended
ore of the lark truer i i.itelikexales to.
with us. he said eagerly "you wouhihave :
wl.ich clothe the under surface: No. i South Palafox Street
chance U-arn
a everythinc. My'in --- --
r' cf the lx>dy. Teas by the uimviutnttcf

it. the rib att-iehed to it each! pl.ite can 'tlier would look after you and""hit's j SEND YOUR ORDERS All Kinds o. Plarnbin and Gas Fitting; Materials Kept on Iht"T

too late: 3:1' there's ether ..
In' drawn fonviirJ aunts m.irca upI (, to Pearl & Dolive for or LFPHo'Sh I2h '. -.AC'.oI.A. F7L,1
:.' p;., TO tLe jrrouiul. I'.y tLe :sive i "" electrical work. Repair work a

,I ..;>: anion of the.e me::. ",Iu.u" ,
At t'!.-' moment Mr. Lowery came
i !..:..< the body can be draw !: : :w ird ipecialty.'s '
1 ni. W'tb' him was a youy; man in i"I'.iL -ii-5ftj. rt2 SAMUEL CHARLES
::. vtraigLt line wuhjut r.s Inu irW' I b 4i 1, rlsHmt'. l ,

; 'I into uudnlntlun-:; :-. ,' to
? "
: '!>(.' the interruption. I>anU Is'>n,

< .: "r I..ivory, "but I nnnt y< u tot l1 i BOOT AND SHOE MAKER

.':t rpld W"I' e.t; It1':1"1.: .', }
: w : ,j fril'u.l.rt. >n. You'\e heard

' i :,y .>!!('h undulatioij-! a.1 l ..,rci.t> m. -: ', of hia-my su'.dv: among; the REPAIRING! NEATLY DONE WHILE YOU WAIT.

1 y "*mv ,Ii..! ul'pr"l'ri.lh'] mu- .' ..:.'.j my life off Tote! and "I bare Fore t. daft at a time without a o-I..A-t-..- ': -' ,_., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i' hoes, L<.at.;, ,'r.k f

C .- .' ':mb tret :.Ld 1 firs:. ,. :.. .. ., >: h:< own." movement of the t>owei. n. t t* .. a: .' t, '
1 t: the a ci..',>t :y u, "; ii water .5 'Pltl i; an. (JOT soi* n i r.\i\n MIIKHT
rll .>.: < .
I 'II\ .rW; TLoy -< :: Mr ,
1 lIil'j.m! .advanced : .
Cnli.itly. CSruB ui ,>'': of!rsrTenjiars i a( in
r. : _' ">.' old 11 IUres. but n" Mlii ll- ,_ ". hiurd many srorits uf &:':51. TrL .> in-" i"" J t i 1 e'rrt -
-' .
r ( :,1 nd t it -TtrJ, ai ", f .1b
.I :: e by \\'nk.I.! >c.d! of tnni'.e and glad h.i.! .
r _
p r was t.> inert washy IM : ,1 .>a OS! CAM.AkL.wirral 1

,. I V.iy! though they a:"? .j e-ftf*.. s = Itt I : he could: atLt' hand aw..T.f, .. tj ,<..I' ,saeadirrfI; J. E. DUJ3UISSOX i BROTIIEIl

Ik It '.'j.' :) m such an atiirude.i "1(0":1' \!" n.I: Tor LIKE TO oo lJ.m AXD a lithe acure: sprang before. and Liza t..u.aa rune ud.teILc'rreat-a,:. AV'> ,MItfL 1I-M.tenebi, :i ,
"' OINKI: .\ : .\ .\ .INTK.NDKNCIA
'; rvi' : 1'a: Bash" at..IMh.t,S!: h.
-tandin: 0:1: 1:1. llcba. ho-a- you Lave jrrowa: : You were ony! :i "( '.L Hoh. we didn't sport you 'fore 1rani. Dealers in

o l.ttle: girl when I left. Then, nod- < : '. plckinT; : Then, turning abut CANDY
! a' next wittiest was a hard >ted. I

IF-? r> ,'lute! yeonuin wIth :2 bristlii.; d.ui.'l d.i_' toward h.;> ciiupaaion.: Le aid: and with a shy air of proprietorship CATHARTIC t. Choice Staple and Family Groceries tOur
[ I
1'\ e Irou;'Lt my fr.end Mr. 1I.midI! "Hit's my Bob:r

.. ?'.::. down i-> trY'r! Luntin,'. I I Good* are Received Fresh Daily. They are too m'lDto ei ,
Mr: G sold tie ffrbs .
Li ;:sol attorney
tell!1 him your father is probably tLelt and Warranted! to b*> the Bet thp Market Afford* aid caReliJ
u, ft'W'*'. "are }t.u at..;niuw.lith raapl wan tt/manala on.Ve
cator rude: in south Florida." Hunto Make Iron Holder can Duplicate any Order Given n* Di.n:t \
f ;1., r-i>uurion of this can for truth Holiday and will Deliver Free to }' of the
The ir.rl's factcloud l"1. If in making an iron holder two any ut : City.
, .. \e-adty in the nei;_liliorLood in
11 .l : .' 11 h.. I1s'r'i' "raw's in r-Lt shaj-o," she aiL icknesMS of brown pajtr are pat between COt XTRV ORDERS WILL RECEIVE C.REFCLTTE. 1'1' \

." "H.. Wiil l Int in the L at. rials used for the L.,11t -
the Kverirlades
; an' I Pu'enl. Pa'atafe.e. P !('nL Taste Goo To
I r'> kou I nm. replied the witneq t
;f ('I'. the heat will not tlle:1I throu'jo GJvo1, .'''f r :':,.eD. \\e.k II.or 4.orll.eluc..e.tuc: P.O. Boo 326.
.. gut the shakes pnw'fui bad. I'tow Le I aie : J. Ef Dubuisson
q & Bro.
\J! a>k yvu to state what it 1 1fl i'. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ,
1 can't do no r::ore jruiihn' for right: > iuicUiy to the hands. Coarse linen PHONE 66.
"\VKir.: his p'tatiou fur truth lutUc E....:1 Cotfii), ttluf.,, 5.. Turk. rr1'r
f .. Etaart. is Letter to use fir the cotes;:::; than PnU1ily Grocer
i. : :... _.jd. flip rep'tation fur vravc. ?
The men looked et t ecU other ia perplexity \\ooiciiniauruL .
f, !\ -\ ::. tltai's ditTnii.t NIUO: ays
' seeing which the jrirl hater.ed ]: iiLY t+CIIJDUL }
} > : Le dou't.
"I ; e s oiue says
t to adu: linn to ( Jean 'IalliD .
} "\v:t ...:''rw the jr.,1:t'. "do FOP. STEAM DITIrlONruxs
I "deb can guide ell] l tt'r'l Little! used matting.: : in
as :
yon any- ; sparechambers
t .,: :::lo '. : t1l."uuil.; C.f 'V..rdtyr"t j VCOLA KLICT !C n .n.n'( v'e.r'Y
,. ... ." body eseept iojin... ain taut: twelve or C1'1..r summer r'y.n-,". ti> rsao 4 wa7i.'sl' cwt R ..
), I re-K dovb1 t .\lLW.1.CO H.Y..
.. '- eta%v. ok! but j :iw ..t.ys Whet he uwn't should I swt-pt very clean, then VTir xi .
:lat : you understand by the 1 Ira'at :rare .'ezfaco;. !ar '!* L' I .
....j'.. Jro't't.ct gatcu ain't worth t kin' with a cloth wren; out: of swctt m.lic. based. BlR; !:'1rua. WArrtt tar? 4 ar S F:-!' K T. A -. '- t VT'%. l.r "

: le-O:. OD." I>o this It the i.d Fort ,:arraa* atsu'a.aarriveatFort .
t 7 1" w'!"-.'. .s twirled his bat In LJs < once a yt-ar. ktvps Fsrnscat taaa IMPORTER AT JOBBER OF ,
Uut Mr. Lowery looked doubtful. straw lire and to a decree pliant! If .. .
':;; : 'r: I: f<'w moments without reply- 9 n.brrlTeat Tort B&rrancni !":a; '.t: ,
"I renen.b.r! CMt." be "but it the nil wash is used iu a 1IIiig: room 1.()' 1'1. arrive: Fort B.irr&ncai la-p DE T J t''frT r-\ i
:1: :
1 A R '
I strikes that ; : L would It- I'-Ilow l
astr : rather a IT on a i'1-.zz.i. it l.y wiping; .._ J.-' : } : ,
Then ho looked up defiantly. +;:S.m.areral"art'tarracr's V:! :: l' t .
* .. sniail: chap iL cj,.e <.f catrg-ney.? I! with n r> hi'tIer water W ke'J the '.:ulp.m.erreeatl'e'tEarrancas .:*. ; r
: refuse
t to answer that jue>tion.j'icf. "l'; W hay that Ceb! can get away 5.JT fruit UliiW.l.-1 fi.LS. rra u tease Karl EirraacatJur; rf U Iron. Na. .*. Aie. M. )T- .111 -'':;il.! .t
t ;' he veld! "on tb.ruund that itt
with u*oat anything." doa ttr.15a'n. .-:::,-jiif. Co"-lr-2 an J J-: .- .:ive-;,. : : -
;night; rliseM.n'l ate nof-Chicago Tray .. are at Pio: ._ ''> a, a .
I "Very Yo'''':!. \\ 'fl try hin.f cour>e; -- -- -- lll) P n. ':rlve at Pea.wo..___11..! iJ: \Ctnd 'w Glass. Gcns. i- .'. : Fist. .:..: T. s.,'.
:, '.
It is tLirty miles: the srftk- ?:..a p. n. \TIV at rVas.:':o.* 1t.: ; ? Aate anti Tiuware
to Liart : : ana : 'j.isefuriitshini GJo'i I IXSF"n
. .: 5.00 p m a:rll"* a: Pensscol -_._ 5:*.' p t ; : ,
, i meat: w'j -re: a guide eouIJ: be found The Bitter i- p. m. arrive at Fet*ee3a ._,.. I 4; p,

1 'To the II.. ..\\'-. Now suppose we go in and have :. DsTETTE'C 1 Is :1'1 revelrtt.mic : 'e:4: p. m. strive I'll P:IiU.O'1I_ 6 .31 ;. L jI \ : BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPANYCJRev
Maxi- S for buii 'S.:nrd!i ocyrtEaOEG'Iai -
Two noblemen in"the rein cf talk with your father." '; e np the .1 : turn -mched Eeltin, Xortbampton En.nry

\ : tn .' t1 1l.-1Jlii-I:-':tl-vne a r.ernian An hour later Cleb came: in. afni'kled s:nah LESPATtJ": tt:11 II f'for S'''':'. DAIB. Wh l '.. Lifua Rind Powder Co.. J,non's Ktl.s'tal.te .

1 t: tLa other a S ilalH'l.! who Lad each face boy with q1ick.lrp t.' .\ n...tomaoh. T..t. rf:'".:w:. to to Fort(wry Fa-rascat lard anJ ark re'crnica i ref: ro &:1I'.n..ica Ir<'a Kin and Back Stoves and P.ingeVtJ
1 t'l cm
w ivu'krMl! a ;prtuterviee to the tn- rrtanit.Iiwill PFaLAdaa: to?aaetta : tad rerltd ConA Co.'s Raw Hide Lace: Leather. Ma'-arvs.
eythlch s-et'ine-d to take in every f 1'L; Made Railroad Colon
'J r. .'>r, a"Se.J the hand l.t daughter thin :. soon after api\.reel Mr. Low- \.t, rrrtore the! an- sriaaT scsIurni.
; 1"1. ", II'66t! tbHeanburr -
: ia irurr.u;?. Maximilianaid that ahe < cry's man with the camp fjuljiage."I 4;' p-tlt dee-non S n d 0:'*\te'\. COtJn.w-4aa. r pH.n.tI the! tanning c Masonic Temple Pensacola( fla.

: "st-H-nw-d them both aKke! i i:1,. im- .! ; p: tent
,, t >::upiK e we can Late the cjt campsite Leave a ea.acoa. LY Yon 1'arraaa
po<;!fjl>Je to chvwe U-tweec them aaJ by the crt-rk! ?"' )lr. Lowery iaquImL '" -4'" i.. :no l0amU
t -fore their mu.t deckle << a. m. II m. -
t : own provt j ( I riatslfizcy: TIME TABLE.
i ... & I fl. c. D. m
rf it; brt. belL uawiUinj to risk the 'Suttiacly. cutticgiy::' responded .!I'. ,-t'4...,', I tz!:rest, 3.m I p. m

; loss of eiihir by ec-a ii.; them in '" s ;. m .m.
oKu L :lrjJy. "You all act jest :
.t IndigestionardDyspepia.: J;. Ir. S tII.p.m. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD-
deadly what he onlert-d a !.tn:e sack like you was to home an' help! yoursev : b : : ::=. IS EFFECT
I lobe on.!:-Lt a". > -
1 r.d: Late -11. TEf""Ire:: to try : rOB APw9LT
j sbouid: put his ivjl ILIO it : au' melons "
spiHn' !'ellucc'aoSu.leal ::1aqfadandretnrn New Orleans and Mobile.

I h:; fair Ih':. Ill.n.1 this; whimsicalst ; Bftire ni-Lt the camp was re-a.Iy.and _.___ LPltsadoa ;
erfornieil tLe --- : to Pa'I1eUtt Each mat
c .! was actually i in
I lite1:1 the evening; the two men rUlIru. ____ Lb'Jo vo.fl.T .. .
>o. VQ? No I. No,1. Srt
: t..n\ cf the imperial cuurt andlaste1 with their! young; irnide went down to SCHEDULE AND PASSENGER t--aht: .IVed: an.:11. ... m :U a 12..1' m 11/6 p Leave .--- PPneaeoiaArne I :'Ja; ':OC' p Y ': J

: an Lour. The L-apr.v Spanish the creek fT a irelun'.nary "bm-!!" ::' I 7:" II 1d': a Leave.... Kloicaica_ lA-ave lint a Tan P J
lliou I'::": p :!M a Lrare Mobile .... .Lrare't! '
:::ohh'manS fi>t overcome. and the with the alltT.tors.; And it did not takeIona >: RATES FOR ST. ANDREWS/ OPERA ----. .:gip 1Ua! Irate..S..wnrll"\ILlA-.yl' :t'P iris ff a n _s

German sucotMi'd In iLveiopiuc! limb : to elixwef that the girl's praise I j jcf HOUSE

the sack took timf'iiJ his back her brother was ju!
at.i laid him at tLe eu-ivror's t.t.
many days the two men: expressed'then -
.J. )I. COi: -Manajrc-r. -
T: eoaiieal combat isa.d: to I* the ,
t --elves as perfectly satisfied w:;h 1. NO. .. 0.1Uliam S

or ..'i;! of the phrase 'ene fc.m the LIs s ni't.... : The Pen"aeola, S:. Andrews and 11:>'() pm Uil'ip m Leave Pectaeola Arrive 1:00 p m t m
Ki. :.:' <=o common in the literature of Gulf has fixed ONE WHOLE 6:15 It m 4.57 p m AjiiTriua& Steatn-hip: Cotnpiny WEEK {
the the relaticr
A< days: went ly ; 11:Si am :u"pm Arrve_ hirmingbaai! _Lt'are a:Salm 4 .Jl
cth:ril;:. between the Louse and the camp grew the l1wilz schedule ai.d rate to 7:06 pm 8:10. m ArriveNaiSville _,Lea\ _
I imere apply between PeasacoU and the Ef =INNINGMONDAY J.SJa m 51S 1m' Arrive .Loaitville _1'u" Pitt pm s V a al
intimate. Mr. Panie-lson was an i ientLc 7.!oato 11.5am ..
: Arrive
.. ..nlmmluc Itt."ord.'f' points named : I CJ\cll1Iat1.LUft 1 ei).' p m t 0
\ \\ : =!lest in his i'roftsion and: found j MARCH 9. 7.-JOan 1:*' p mrrive ,"t. Loan _Leave_ 4:15 p m m
.' hundred and !'wi=.uiln;; record I ,
the voice cf the:: yotuu girl fully as attractive SCHEDULE.Steamer PEN3ACOLA
I wag: brnk'n at the CiwWlI.e (Mass.i as allatcr: l.:::t:::.;. Day Tarpon will leave Pena- Tb* L&r;('it. Best ant Huhest Salaried: RIVER JUNCTION.

I San'siliz: : club recently by Harry Let tftcr day te listened to her sbging, I cola every Tuesday night at S:30 Company the Rc 61. No. So. S-t'a.ij No stop where time not shown No. S-Lally Nr iI11f.5
in thefoot
!IJI>;.v. who! covered the distance : _
tla1.i:: cen: (ns. f ::;dons andoften o'clock, afer the arrival of tte Mobile -IHEBuuthJ.M I
(;: : : tank in 1m. li s. Tie p m T:00 a m ;ikwre.._ Peciacola... .Arrive, 10:10: p m .1 t 8a
; y accon.panying it with his own :: train and the P. 4 A. accommodation 1J:15 nlitt; 118TH .- Bouemia 10:111" J

t4..J C is tw.i seconds baser than that trained voice.i And the: core he Ltenei ,(I train. Tti will enable: aperson 1133 ". Ym8tra.._._ .1 10:36"

t: vi;ie a year n:3: Ayr 0. Sclaeffer of : to leave Mobile at 5 12::!3" TH I _Et amb2a_ 10:12" E t:
S t
the more he was resolved to take p. m.,1i m e cc k C Co; 12.35 7.a5 Mnlat lO M to '.d
tike \-.v th! -t1c club.T' make clo connection ; "
York \ her lack with tam to New York. I! e at Pensacola i i 12:811" f:? ___ Harp __ 101" rb"
and reach! St. Andrews the UW" T'1I6' _GvtCitTJIlltOQ "
Eextii 10:11" L'
::e best pill 'ceata tie stars andLitt'a "I would like the training,: : cf such a :I i i morning at T o'clock. I j I 1A": 155> .". .. 10:10" a :

voice," te said! to Mr. Lowery. "Shewill l OF ATLANTIC CITY. 1:38: 1m Good RanfHolti _. I.:.e
stripes: I PASSENGER RA'TES. 1 i i.a I i ISso to. __ __ ':Sa" I.
: make a rand woman some day.If "
Ear'.y Risers worldly repute, I ISO 4 .. MllllgaaCrttvlew__ 8JO" ,.11
only her language was net so barfaroas" The pa5ecer rate from Pensacolawill tI !.SS" Eds 1:11" CC
jrripes. be follows I Presenting on Slohday night one of Chart 1:11) M to to -Deer Land _, 8.6" N
: I as : "
AsS for PeWitt's and take LO Frogman's Most Elaborate Prodactious. 1:21" IiII" JIIou1l1ea4 1:10" 1 ;t
But hi time even her hnruare: : grew ,, To St. Andrew? aid St. Andrews .i i 1:01" ';si": .". .DeYunllk pnIlI'8:18" 14a

f jtstltute.A less harsh to his ea!".. And her eyeswere point?-?6 CO; round trip 110. "The Lost Paradise i, 1.1S tI' i" b:44 1: T'" _Ponce AVi.1. 'I ':U" 5Il '
; deLeo1.r:5" i ::1
snail pUl easy to buy easy to take so brown and deep, so frank and I To Apalachicola and Carrabelle- I :OO" 1'10' to __WeitrilltCarjruie__ I ':17" 1 '

:and easy to act but never failinz: ia ci't.n. What mattered a few oddities I, |S 50; round trip 115. i With a Cast o! :3):)Y1rs:-Crfts Playeri. 5-W 10-15 "" __ rl IaI.a" -
These fare include fir: -ciassI 10:11I' _xonifay_ '.:.6" 1'.
resells Dem.t's Little Early Risers : cf expression? I W'dnto51ay 1:00" 10:11" I' 1:1' 1 ..
cabin and meals.
arouse the secretions and act asa One day Sir. Lowery took him: to Matinees and .tllrday, I IJO" 1I:1f to ". _-Cottondile__ 1:18" i: to seen
Further information te securedby "
can TlII "
I I 11:5 Marlaaaa: e.oo" I: ..
tome to the liver curin? permanently r
task. applying at the compau.offi es Matinees. 10 and 9ns. I fJO" 1It5. Cypress- 6M" 1. t.I .a
Hargis Thars-acy Jvhn Sheppard, I PRICES' T:.) 11 2" .. i
in the Thiesen building. Nights 10. an1IC.: : Grand Ridge_ 6J2": Jj :
a fy Katr. I fM" U:14 noon meads 1:1" I. Se
Scats oc sale at Coe'i bookstore. .
IU' UU" Arr1te&tverl'nruonLeste 110" 1< .).,

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C to Uanag-e Them to Get the Beat The Story of a Pelr of ?!llppr For. A Chnrll- Concert In London and be -

CATARa. 12 Ilenulu. Mamma'i Dlrthday. AuJIrnc-r It _\ttrll"rd.Th -It

'C .:1 ItS EtU t eIe gtj'3 The following suggestions on the "Mamma, I've sot a se-cret-a big C 1Gil 1 (' audience certainly was a terrifying ----- .

11-1 be (J"aJWIus. proper cars of lamps are from a pamphlet one," said llttl" Bunny "It's sonefin: 0'i on?. The front rows of the bid 1; Arc Bfiri Kato Eiily Free of l\ \::1t.\

[I fr'2Ul It1im o < Issued! recently by the London about you dud souipfin' about your hall were filled by old women very severe -

,t r."l 'aJ.e county council: birthday. L'ou't want to knowit or rice smiling the jierpetual smileof I
r jJ:' I ,. you Char[c 1? 111? Fed Cross Piwi-! < i
c The oil reservoir should be of strong ?" vacancy. Then can.e a grimy group

1,:. .. 'J:.1 r!.'...u.e<1.'S II. .J metal properly folded and soldered at "No." said mamma. "I can wait." cf dock hands. Their wives, some of cilns Who ae: Loca'(d at 111CUsas We1t t .J t'
f babies
them hi charge of three apiecen
the joint and should not be of china, Bunry was silent half a minute, : F' ;

\ rc' n.ttt !ii predIntothenoatds: spreads glass or other fragile material There thinki rj; how strange it must be to be i l' ete all over the room. The girls came ; Slmt-Semces f fir Ttnc '

.J'UU :.J i a .sor IL Ieerii:: should be in huge: feathered hats and yelled high }
rtef e n. :: no opening between the reservoir grown ur> willing to wait. Then ,
.e1:,l.t ..:etuduc., kisLot lrge: ;-doert"'rotr' and the burner other than she bcjran aain: pitched witticisms: to the gangs of
t ? ? Months 6iT Free to All I Icyalils -
"z.n, cen: at Druj.: (1 Y1' arc i
"" ( whose desire !
yseerlOeertet "Mamua young hooligans one J :
: f< ty nul'\!. through the tube which holds the wick, may I po; and see Aunty

t!j.rL'itUTn1Si.a: I ; Warren Street.ewYork.. and this tube should be extended to Lou? She's going to show me how to seemed to be to wreck the show. In- f Ii3 Call Upon Tfei Ee t!

dwd they contributed even more audibly -
--- within a quarter of an Inch of the bottom make somefinVMamma SMOTHERS

-- of the reservoir and should have said "1"1' DR. F. E. BRUCE l performers while the clergy who pa-
/io opening Into the reservoir except at stayed at Aunty Iain's two or three

its base. hours.! At dusk:: she came home carrying trolls up and down seemed on ;-y ff:
and resumed practice. lent terms with everybody but eXl't'i-1 A stair ot eminent physlclnns and surgeons ,
Ii,,; returned The burner should be securely attached something carefully wrapped In a lromthe Red Cro. 1t'(1lcallo.LltlUI'I' .

Office K'j West Government St., to the reservoir preferably by i white capkln."oil powerless audience.Souiebuly. to control' a good part of the have, at the otpatuenleunder urgent solicitation tbeircare of a tn large thiscountry f .. ,.i;;:

Building. means of a strong and well made screw mamma shut your eyesT: cried e.tahlhh..d n permanent braocb .il'
S.ili-bury; DO YOU KNOWthe opened with a piano solo.
attachment. There should lie no openings nunn,. of the Institute in Ihisclty at J;

Tolonl>tot to 143. through which oil could flow from Ko! mamma closed! her eyes while the i many so-called birth medicines, and Really pcoj.lo might have more sense 111 West Chase Street. a
than to choose Chopin nocturne for i
most remedies a
for women in the treatmenl
-- the reservoir should the lamp be upset. little 1..11Illll'11<; carried up<;tair:*: Bunny :
of her delicate organs, contain more 01 such an audience. The pianist was The eminent .gentlemen have decided to ;: ,
Every table lamp should have a broad was very quiet at the tea table, till *
less opium, morphine and strychnine? twice told to "go and get an (,r!:'iii.n1'Lere give their services entirely free ti.r three ..
and heavy base, to which the reservoir at last she asked: Do You Know that in most montb.llllt(1eine l'\ct'ptedIIO all luvulidiwho
rnnntriix was a shout for some tune unknown '
should be attached. "\Vhiih dolU like call upuu them for treatmentBtu f
strongly best mamma :
druggists not sell
are permitted to narcotics -
the rendertag
to u<, and after that
Wicks should lie soft and not 1ihtly; pink and white or blue and white*;"' without labeling them poisons ? of Ooi'iii was permanently drowned Now and March 21. = ;if

plaited and should quite fill the wick: "1 think: I prefer pink and white" Do You Know that you should not ,{
tube without having to be squeezed said mamma."That's : take internally any medicine tor the la general and stentorian conversa These services consist not only of COB-
tion. A gil: with atkbition to become euliation.rxoniination and advice, but alto
? pkotog aph to it. They should be frequently renewed just what Aunty Lou said: pain accompanying pregnancy: of minor aura;lc,1 t>|><*rati n>. i
//rtistie and before: being;: put Into lamps you would like," said Bunny trimnplntntly. Do Ycu Know that Mother's Friend a professional: next sang, amid audible Tbe <>i>jvcl in pur.ullll{ this course .
Is U to become rapidly 81I1I'fSonalh fit!- ,.
applied e',ternall only oou.uu'fcjs oa the plainness of her "
S. I'lilui'cix Street. should )be dried at a tire and then 1minrdi.'itcly I / quHintrd with the sick anil nttlt-tril,unit under
:ol : Do You Know that Mother's Friend frock anJ'sle .[uittiHl the 1' ..Horm in i no cinditior.b will any" whatever :
: soaked with oil. The next when
; mantra
put is
a celebrated prescription, and that it awful siloce. Ui-rte! nod his cello bt mudaforauv.ervIeesrendere.mfor three
The reservoir should Iw filled with oil: Bd'uty's bed to air a ball of white has been in use over forty and thai i, inonth4 to all wlio otll! befort' Mtrrli 21 t.The .
elrs. Lad evm worse time. He was invhed forlll, of and
an duel all ItisCii'.O
CHOICESTFRO11 before the lamp I i.s lit, and the lamp yarn and a ball of pink: rolled out each bottle of the genuine bears the nanic Idh.iir which I d.' rs treat .", cur. In frveryiiie
s-hould be kept thoroughly clean; nil !ro:1: ur.d.T t!;:' pillow. :Mamma put of The BradfieU Regulator Co. ? tticv nnilirtuUr. At tt' drat tntrrvleA -
-oFf errt.idy! a piece: of timely atlvico. unit .nillllli"li Is made, and I.
Do A thorough I'
oil: should be carefully! wiped: oT! and tl:('r.i cwt-fully back In tLe w'.iite! you know that when you use tbii: I. incurable- you are"r\fUly and kuuliy told tIn
of his instrument
r.t till'.t cote
all charnd wick and dirt removed beforj kin which 1:,. found there at.d trite remedy during the period of gestationthat i !I ; "1.a.lvh.lll..alll t speuuiug uiout-y for '1'
you will: be free of pain and beat there were :tm.ui' iniiuiries if ui..lrss trtal nifnt. ''-
S ft rlD ij OtI H EC11NfR{R'' first lit, the wick not to we the Ai'orl was .
f llshtbig.Vl <.ii'd'l healthy hearty and clever clmiidmenYcll ? lie was in \laIn.5 this had a perceptible 1 M.tle nnU fi-iiutie. wfnSnrs", catarrh nr.d 'j kI'Rlurb..1
I deatu atyarirorele.
I should be i*!rt1lly turned down and !whit! it.After ; rupluru. : ,
\ these things worth
are (&"dIn Irritable Uertio, there I ehttre.ennerrandatl iliat" ot Iho J.i.
-AT- : then gradually raicd. The wick should that mamma found this napkin' I T ey ae facts. Of dm::gtets tit "
not be turned down as there is then apI'ah'r ail o\i-r the Ii-ttiM* and in all sorts ofplaces. I lJ.:: 't be persuaded to try a substitute. triainient.Tnur 1
;!I.llm.rl' ai'.vit-c to the effect not to duet associate turccoti of the icstitut I:
APOSTLE'S liability: to' explosion in lamps S'lihotiim-s: it was under the Our", little book ".Motherhood" I ree. tae! "that lid gevzer out with you I .. mil be in |.erM,nil olmrgv.oiliics \ i!'
)t unxife construction.Lamps : tall: cud cliH-k: !sonu'TiracN\ it was behihd! THE ERA3FIEL3; : : REGULATOR CO., Atlanta CaAFE : No. Hi W.t 1 liK-e unite Hours .
whelp you gi eourt lII!. I'.y this! dole 9 u. in, to 7 p. 111, Kuntlaja J" D. in. to 1 p.m :
U East Gcvernmenf St., which have no extinguishing the s --.rf on tLo big; armchair: FOCOtimos the troupe! were teriiiied and the rector j

apparatus should 1*> put out as follows there was a .inner bunch In the nUll
Cordova: RestanrantBtirf DREAMS CONTINUOUS ? had to mour.t the platform' rte
Firm riy : Tho wick: t..hllul.1lle turned down taMo:) (ier ad: when: ir.nmma tried to I tstu' of orlh'r-tulk.
quest some sort J111dgn's. the ZBcsl jC.ii .
()..' r-lnid of Pineapples U il. t until there is only a !small llicktringH.imc it. 1.1. therevas the white
Exp tn f=. idozen.. and a sharp puff! of breath kin anain: If mamma ii::.! not been nII"\\ lreliete. Tlioro.. -'. --- -

should then IK? sent across the top of litHioraliK'! to )peep, she ml ht hat: e has I
.\ v.HlMiIn the Uoyiil :Magazine Fort Darrancas Fla., March C, 1903.
the but not down it. Cans nr r.UllllI''r.'t twenty times a .] 1\'.
r chiinn.'y ; I mimbiTof t
f t been nil-jVetin;: him>clf to :t
i yF : b IxifK-s; I'tl CloT oil: should be free from Bunny acted straujs-ly too. She was curious expcrluifiits:: with a yil"to Sealed proposals in triplicate wile t tmm & co. I

water or dirt: and should be kept thoroughly alone 111''tair't'ry often, ami when testing certain theories that ho hulls received; until 11CO:: a. m. April 4, ;

Theesntiny Cajisulcs: arcsnir.ori cluwd.How she heard 111:1111111:1 (vming she would
wi the llhjl'' dream lit maintains 1&'>'5, for constructing Electric Lighting
t. n alsam I of Ball "!'ll'1ot' don't In, mammal"
} : Vopaiha, come : '
that when a man is asleep he isconstantly
1t! tnd Injectioavrc + IIVDY 'l to ( Ionu I.pndier Snfrlicli. or "[lon't look 1IIlm1l1:1tu1! once sheliorrowetl I dreaming and that the System, Fort I'ickcns, Fla U. S.reserves C Contractors aadlailde/ 1f

I brv '' ia 48 hour tht> Leather satclU'U may be cloaned witha mamma's slippers and car- "only dreams nr portions! of dreams riiht to reject or accept any ..

j Sn. '," (9"i1Yt ,,'uJI"JLfI} !n'I.', sponge: dpi: -ed in warm water In rietl them over to Aunty Lou's.
__ y 't :- xil. p' ii.0' n'-ljt/jSTc: which a litte: o::aill' acid hits been dis-; One day nUlIllInok..l very jrrave.Phe ,"
occur Just before you awake.: In order Information furnished on application.
-- i'HI n 1.I sat three whole minutes without ESTIMATES FURNISHED AT .;
...._ to secure evidence for this theoryhe Envelopes containing proposals
saying; a word and with such a sober ;
got his! wife tt) awaken him whenever t
little face: that mamma asked her what should bo marked "Proposals for '
she heard him talking;:: 11his Work Guaranteed and ;
Laxative Rromo I
Quinine E,
on every was the matter."I Electric Lighting, addressed W.
I blt'l'}'. Up to the time of writing that i References' Furnished.
>III you tliink, crochetnl! slippers lire 31.316,7,9,10.A",3.. i
f resaColdinOneDayGriptn2DaysrDt'J >r. 25c Cole Q.
had: occurred twice, and in both cases I
nice mantua: ?" she asked eagerly. !) 4ii IAST IXTIXI: ) IX<'I.\
In- was "roasi-(1 in the middle! of a uo- ST.hThe
"Yes, they are very nice when one \

Classified Ad rert senlellts. lies down for u nap," said mamma. "I lent dream urlte.'
Next h" Induced his wife to awaken
wish I had a pair.:
him when hi appeared' to be Met.pitijj t ; ,
"Oh. I'm t-o slad! cried Bunny. ) Star Laundry
peacefully. u showini: all her dimples. was 'fraitl ,

ONE CENT A WORD. you wouldn't: like--why, there, I 'moj-t i do .n. The nicthiiils adoptedrere ;:iv- 'I
I i'i; him a tmart "dig in the ribs"1 Busiest Best :
toil ny tecret: j Biggest
-- ,
Akli't't which would tli'nk
I.' ......J.. :Mamma: smiled! itilit staid notliln but \! plait one '
I WANTED 6 YOUNG MEN from 1, would be tx cruel fur a 1-iJ.r to nJ- : -tj .
she thought she! e-.1111 piess nl1l1U "s I .
1.11'1' i cauva-sed-buckeJ E catJbia County at once to prepire 'I.' secret.Yoiuh s f'om:>aiiion.A : Ii.iy) on her litvo lorJ>. droi.jjbi cuM i

', ,. fiint.lining mules for 1'o-ition in the Government water In his hand f.iniiiiig his face, :

,> i :i.; '. -itten indelible Service. Apply toInterstate calling V.s! :Jilll"Ilti Loldin! a spray Iley Speak
Co'rres.;;t. Trick V.'iiii Dor.ilnos.Any .
nd for the of to his rd then
'> i : rp- Ltiiotrtipc rinse :: rousIng -
I -" ;; U. It. or 1'.. Cedar Hilpidb.. itl: z: 1 or hey who thinks that hlhi; with a sh.ike.: In each case

1. .1. I I':. Cleinert, No. t1.VIm she or he '. < a ste-uly hand and good he auoiio: with a distinct recolliH-tloii .

-." 1 1.' .: 'u t. :2if-tf Splendid' chance for men to learn barber nerves ui.iv' test the platter by tryingto of a drear-i. aiul in eaoh (-is> tlit ilrcaui for') ihMs1vs ,' .
- trade. Years of apprenticeship arrange a set of dominos as they took sljjMmore! or less from the sensation i\\.
1'\1 :'\ I'. l'a\.lly our method of .
steady -
practice t tt
which the awak-
of. Keys. Owner ami instruction.! Tools dip!!;. ity subject nuts We let the Shirt, Collar
ened. The dl-i: In the ribs;
interrupted t
callin at this 11:as, puBitions.! bourd and :Saturday I and CulTs we Launder peak for "
II an iat'Tvii-w after:.n tea with Mr. \
ru'PHI| and, pay- wanes Ki\en. Catalogue mailed free. thenisf-lve-s. They will talk louder
11it( limper College, New Orleans, I a. JLw II I I'lorpont Morgan which! was a pity if i

- ----I M7-4t_ any advai.taRtims linaiu-ial result! were we can. We want to be judged ,1!

I likely J to follow: from it; the (urni'iihi; snore oy the work we do than by '
$lowo Stock (;( !:Merchandise tn
MONEY TO LOAN of hid! Avatar on tlu hand broke a what we say. .
| ochange for Florida Property Address s Iii
Box 242. Franfortln,1.: W i I, dream<< -jf having a little wlrmui.r J

o> -" i". na'ole terms and Jtralm iy 1 I jrlinl Its way into his llesh jtnt :ilMi\e

\\ th<> wrNt, and the 11l'liutrttl'l' iuterrupt-' : .i
.1 \v. r.uLLAni, WAN I'KD-00 more pupil-in"ISljck !i I i-d a tielu'.itfuj dream of a lovely! pirileu. C. 0. D. Ml Called [for and Mmi Frt> ,

: > l1. i'ix. I'p-st:ura. and White." Ky this ?yt-ut anyone Thf j \, \Vu.six, Mauaj-'tr. can learn: to draw anything:
tln-y wish! any =iz". Kven children(, tie Iaazilll'Till'r: ; t,1 cM.-iMKli INGRAHAM r.

ten year oil call learu. Every the fact that a let-pin; man is: always: \ Manager.

MONEY 1 TO LOAN pupi i!! l'uJI\r-1 it. Come in and 1 (lr.nllutill that the dream remom arnnrreure''. ''--_ _=--__ ___ ___ -:--- I.
see for ) nllr -..If. Otis A. Miller I beretl i.s tli> tlivnm of the n.oinent before -

I S nlshor estvaguns, Studio in !Salisbury lluildin wakiui! ;. lie wants: his readers; to J. C. VAN PELT.

: ill ithr kindf 1411m I T II try similar experiments: with themsijlves JoVAN'PELT 'l

rt\ r.u-mers pri- 1 but perhaps their wives may BROTHERS ,
,:recIafllit..pd.. ]1'XCHAOi'Auy one! wuntinz: :a I object to be parlies to such ruthless ,

... \I' i x St. ..\.. .\. Ki-liT. cummer home in the inoiiitJii> I human vivisection.Ti! '
2iu. tf eanexehaugepruiArty in Floridaor GARDEN STREET GROCERS, 1'line
South Ueorsii for Span ( value ONE: PIECE HOLDS TIIE)1 \LL.1ll'pl':1r I '

in AMieville.X. CVlit trade;? in the accompanying illustration ?lay.. Receivrd Since the Holidays a Fresh Line of ,
Mo.Ni i .1 1 L+ )AXV.. J-. ) up to 1UKKJ or l-< Otis A. Miller, Mtii'h confusion has arisen from confounding I t
which shows hotill' whole : :
*' i i ', A.put. 'lode Salisbury Block, IVn-acota. I ; the common laurel (liurmcerasiis STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Ieri-I of :
be .
; pieces can sl1ppllrtt'tll1IH'U one
il.if rate of UMm or laurel! cherry with the famous t ;ii i
i1' It\'. (Hlha 112: -- -- -- its nunilK! You can do it if you Ita\'t' I '
L. nobtlisi.The ;
ancients (
.. laurel of the
i i-'iMi i-treet. I felt_ wA.i iz ......... tin steady hand the good nerves anda i ,
___v... I former was not Introduced into Fruits, Nuts, and all the Dclicacacics of the Season.Our .
FOIl SALK-The most de-irable I lot tjf patience, particularly I the patience. U-aves col-tain .

\!1''' I i", ) 1.1.XI lIllll unprovedin lots in the city on easy term, by Try it. the Eun potent't>i until poison L-.It pnisMc Its acid whereas Uo'is are Arriving Daily and you can Always R"ly on Getting tho \\ ,

the Fi-hH Real l Estate Aareney.i'i)4'.i (!E or rlirilli : the leaves of L. nobilis wnt.iiu a Best Freshest and Cheapest. '
\ South 1'alafox. 1Salu1 ,
i : ,>w fate of interest. --- -_ ---- 1nR..lmna" Ito, .. fragrant aromatic oil use
l K Hrook. attorney Jt.tlltlUt. Horace: :Mann says: "Yon are madeto It is b) this, the true laurel '
,.. .. .. i
1 i'al.jtox rit. Klslierolillui ---"- --- -- --- --------- --- VAN PELT BROTHERS
t be kind 10) magnanimous. : -
MRS.: rJAHAH' HEm\E- IaHuac. .rs: :generous I that we apply' the term bay, and weuse ,

--- I titter and dealer in Hair Goods. K there is a boy ia school who it a;* a oetical t'-nn for an honorary t

: Hat. Toilet Articif, Hair; Oil has a clubftiot.: don't let him! know you i crown or garland bestowed as ::1 TELEPHONE NO. 231 ,.Z .* .* 31 EAST GARDEN ST. i

'.' 1'\\-110 you teed etc, 320 West UOvertlll1enttr"et.. ever saw it. If there is a boy withraggi prize for any kind of victory or excellence. !il

.1 cm: borrow any - I : 'd clothe dou't talk about rags( I
i.* t'.t: today on easiest: I'or Ht'ut.
_. .. witl.i his hearing. If there 1* a Lungry ',. word
-- apparently pet the bay
w. rtes anywhere TIli l ''l
'ii 'injiroveij; city real FO I 1' HKST-In opera lnui-e 1-uild- oi\, give him part of jour dituer.I through; the Latin bacca, a terry from ROYAL ST j IV rlJSKEThllitltll { ::1 f!
_' tl" ,ton- and If'tl.ere him
Win. Fisher, 2U.I-. ip on ground 'ir. one is a dull one, help the Trench or, as Holland's:

S. cti icetne1'and door, three nilltvj.prltl. his; lesson*. If there is a bright one be .
lu-tl berries!
t. "!'lion" has It. "I ho baits or
f. 8 liars did in Cases cf 4 Full at $3,23 i
not envious of I l..t.i: or if one lay I.* !i (bact- '\ that it the r.iIIIIlUfl'llI boar Quarts, per castS ,

J'1\ -55 I t.f h':< talents and another: buy is ---- - :
ll.rruw money, in- ; 1I. tit.BOA11UINU | rth." UtiHV alw: the term "bachelor"is

1 '.-use your property envious HI' tia'la, there! are two pret ; sai posj-d by smite to lw derived from s rT'HI: WHISKEY i* distilledattie Nelson Co.
HOlm: \\'ht'pler i
"M 1 u\- of title, buy ort at; and Ii.' more talent than l>{'- the a'nci.Mit praetor: of crowning J. Ky., Di-tllkry! ant! i i- fully matured in wood t'.
Fla.. Mr .
.; Maryher, <
i r -nt property 1.1! Condon, All the fore. If a 1.1l'I'r or stronsf boy Ills' iu- 11Itl'flr honors with bay leaves and }' before bottling/ it i-s ab- lately pure and not excelled ,

.-a. hive rtntcol- comforts of proprietre-s.home at red-oua juretl you ahd I Is sorry fir it, forgive berries. whence the term baccalaurousan i'j quality by any Whi-key of the same Eg& :
III! taxis; atfud to, very no matter where produced. The Royal Standardi ._
him touudWl'ty
tourists who
were ;
Me *. Northern will laureate.
I tit.1'o.I ... \\'ato-'HI tits
--- i* eight year: old when bottled, and, considering .
A': FLatand IIHlrallet ltd tin an ideal place to spend a <-f the honor obtained the +
llU-1 excellent quality, i U the cheapest whiskey in d
l portion of thA "t''i''on. 12nlm A >linri ('"ir of Knr. the laurel of r
-.icol.i Fla. Charges rel of bachelor or the market at that price. As a beverage, and aaen 'J j jt
I i .- who -- I'\t iu and the tlios! BO stamping, scam risf, baccalaureatus, lauren doetoratiHi. I '
v ryone buy i H I' ( ) \'.\ 1... ,. I tor (laurea absolutely pure stimulant, there id none better. ;
iKcr tl.! \\ lnJ'J'oIlln ;
1\ we will lend money ------------ 1 ire h. uri the dewdrops fa'.lir.ff.! ; fallir.g.On In the Scotch; universities shipped in case* containing no marks whatever to : ,.I

:" Wahouse. si-tl B. 1.. DIAMOND, the tailor has removed to the liowtrs like rain g the act of conferring degrees is or was indicate content If purchaser upon examining ,.1 j i

--- ---- -- to II1.Vet Governmentstreet I've hunl the a:ys eye opent::g. cpenlag.LMkln styled "lallrl>:ltlon." and a chaplet was the wli! +kPy. i is not -ati-fjed with the quality he

opposite Express ollice. : ? out lor the sun; useil in of them In the ages of can return the same at our experts and money : i
W.YrlU.W' wl ere he i* prepared to clean, repair I'\e heard. the great sun rushing ruthlcs.Iiown will be refunded.All I
\N : -- and press ladle and centle- to ths West wit a run. chivalry the bas chevaliers or mn below orders should be accompanied by either 'a

;s vcrtpersuuetf char- men tt.ilor modes'?. Ifij.'JtnllfCt. : the degree of knight were admit- I
tatarvtAaso currency, po-toflice mnl1f'Y order bank draft ore:- "c
-"I reputation in each I'\e hard the grten grass growing, groif- toil to serve by being;: crowned with
-' press; money o1'df'r.V f;! refer to First National
.1: till; county required) > 1 KltltMMI1-..... I ing.Out in.the pleasant lea; of laurel lorries and were Bank or any merchant in I'ensacola. .
- -
and adveru-e ol.J es- ALFMAN', umbrella maker, 315 I've heard the moonlight creeping, creep- hence called baccalaurei.Notes and .j.:
w. tl'hy' bn South 1'alafox street. R' covering Ing' Queries. .'
( '
< ei standing. Sahrv and umbrfilasaudparaoU Over the summer sea: I'T S. A. FRIEDMAN:
'' ; repairing
:> wall txpeii"';; adjf- I'\e ht. iri the snowdrops laughwg. laughS2ftiy -
a specialty.: Silk covers Detroit Itanrltall.E. A
i III dijable in .
\Jne-Usy; from head ca-ti: alway on I h in'l. j jin 8 IP./linger the snow; G. Harrow, the new mF. la cr of F Sois FRopniETOR. PFNSSCOLA.FLA. ; .

'; ..' anti : fur. I I've h-ar: I the bud'dl; ring'.ns, r':trq; the Detroit : club Ln: been
: carriage; ( iviiiil Cut II iiiCARNIVAL --. Baseball
h. ce"; .n'. ReiVr- --- - - I (only in !.mc}', yon know). conferring with the owners of the Wolverenes I P O. BOX .J IK. Tf.U.THOXK: : 179

.. 1'ir'ldjrt't'J COsTUMES-In velvet for the corn- LiWnIsiceYia ., ;
: HI.t : I, regarding; rlacs r
loll Co., Caxton SIlk. f
--- L' -''. 9f..L-Iw I *. can bo rented .it Mr?. E. D. understand" his friends have all is after Bruce, the Indian pitcher who '"" t(..p.r handle every clasp of Liqnor sold, Jn ( :.
X ort!.tr"'ll'< :Millinery! Store. AlsoMa dprtt'tlni.! .
was the star cf the Toronto nine Ia*tyt'lr. } tulle Ir bottle who'esaln or retail, nt prices that 1
'ft \ \ : ; ; that the are bright are wiy:
and projects
-.lit 1: ,
( of empty beer Hair 110o.1 lit :\(\. 11 East laten- he }'I"actu:1l1y: : going to need their ,,

>. _. r'rieamin. L9-tl deacia: street near Palafox. assistance,"-Colorado Springs Gazette. for secu:: ; !:i:1. I AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST SEEP' I




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600 invitations have been Issued. The

GOOD LUCK.. I reception hours -are from 3 to 7 p. m. Chris Thiesen ,

The sad news of the death of Rev.

i I Eben Don Moreno, at Jackson La.. CORNER
: .... .......... .... IMITATION
was received this morning. The sympathy .........N !
It la not barf to tell irbj there U such a of the entire community is ,
I i I. .," ___ .... .
I demandtor"GOOD LUCK"Baking with his wife who was with him, and ;! -) One BlockVet of Palafox.
lrUDendou ,:@, ,) "' ,
I I his family here.i "" : 'rhtii
'twdor: Jta Great Leavening Power and perfect -_ 6tt I Ii KEEPS THE FINEST BRANDS OF
I i The death of Mr. Cameron Q. Dowjoecurr'ed i $ isFLATTERY
'r-ym&kelt. I Ii ev

Richmond V*. I',I I,i I'ther sympathy and jesterday.three of their children many He to leaves friends whom a the fa-is j i. New Orleans Grocery, i. PORE8T LIQUORS1'Jx


..---- I JAMES McHUGH, Prop. f
i !
......................... Last night Mr. John O'Donovan and !

'i OI I: SOCIAL ECHOES | 1 6 I i The Miss railway groom Margaret company.J. is an Smith employe. were of the married.street i ROAST1S COFFEES I Family or nlcuirinal Use

: +-
I ; of Mobile is in FJB
+.+.................... Lewis Moneyway
the the guest of Mrs. R. E. Pet

I yesterday Capt Ia\is on the entertained luncheon I I .Jl BLENDED TEAS $ i ii The Sailor or aodSfal.I .'Tis said imitation. is since-t i :;

Mr. II. C. Stiner, one of Mobile's

I Mrs. J. W. Whiting Miss Whiting businessmen came over Sunday to OUR SPECIALTIES i I I tery. We have a popular-pr ;e>i S ;e
and Miss Fullerton of Mobile have visit friends in tfiis city, and to see i .:._ I Swedish Punch, Danish Aquaril, that we have been selling f.: -r(

been in the city a few days: stopping i the large fleet of "I'ncle Sam's" war : German Kummel and other brands )I

t at lie Escarabia. They were charmingly ships. He returned home last night. .. LU en -1 : I of imported Wines and Liquors. I II time. It has given such even

entertained on the Alabama at / tion that others have tried u .
!t dinner Saturday evening.: Miss \Vhttin Miss Lena Crown left last night for C3 'I :'t2 J2; I Here only you will find theC.. e

? lately the guest of Hiss Dai- j r Mobile to visit friends and relatives.She 5+ <0 I 1'' n- Bowen, Kt'ltllckr"hisIl'j;, :21 yearsI it and duplicate our successMYER'S

!r .le Wright and was the recipient ofl r will stay several weeks. J / mW j I old. II i iI
; !,itn-h attention during her visit, her I I --- I i I N I Valhalla Garden i
is I .\. G. I"llJnthe- Mariaana news c .. I i Ira.nch. corner
, lK 'ity/ and attractiveness winning is in the city today. bi's' b Iw street and bib avenue I
I! man !j jHon. Z I :J:
i :.un fri nds. i i i ,
: ; :a -

": ; A..\,, ry pleasant-bay party, was giv- I I'I I and: C.. Fred B. Floyd T. Myers Apalachi'ola, of Tallahassee.: are :':| :. z I r 1 -t c :.. \\V\\ elles-!{aim Co III pIny i I II I II

! i.! tl'rday to Mr. CL Stone, Cener- in the Cocambia list of arrivals.F. I L&.I 0 toG ,
: \ 'rnt of the Lou I I "'T1 !I
: !n'ilc: A: Xa"hvtlio WHOLESALE AM ULTAIL
t .
'1 railroad, together' with utlll'r'is- L. Ingrain cf Atlanta and W.V. LL.I l '// ; i
j iting offciah! of the railroad 1, )Ie5sr!'. \ Johnson Montgomery arc here I

Jenkins, Freight Agent MoParland, I : en C I 3Z :e Headquarters for I

I FJeniln, 1'assenger Agt., Jacksonville Tele-phone mi .
I 1l01lt'l! <,c!;:, Tassengen Agt., I I f I -t : : Fancy and Staple Groceries. i ii

''f Atlanta, Dartletfe. and Johnson, ofl'ontgoml'ry I = !
nounce that the 3 i o'clock services at ..J = i ALL KINDS OF UP-TO-DATE .
with number .
a of
I representative Christ church will be omitted Tues Zt I FANCY GOODS.
citi/ens of Pensacola. JQI I .- .
t The trip was made on the Florida, day afternoon.The I. I [ WE ARE SOLE DISTRIBUTERSFOR $$2.50 SHOES[

different points of interest
returning i *
: about 3:30.: The distinguished Wednesday Musicale Club will HIGH GRADE CROCERIES, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CELEBRATEDCafe
gi'ea recital tonight at the home of
: visitors left on the 11:13; train last du Mode Coffee, Sweet Home
Col. T. V. Kessler 18 West Jackson i Feed Stuffs of All Kinds. '
; night for their different homes. "" "" I Molasses, Illini and Climax Flour,
street. Baylels Delicatessen, GermanAmerican

1 i PHONE 105. Food Company's Canned Meats,
Dr. and Mrs. Thigpen are entertaining A happy party in the city Sunday I Etc., Etc

the doctor's sister, Mrs Wilson, were Misses Carter and Hemphill and .............................IN.....1....NNt+ .1r j .- --- -- = --- _._ ', --

,, who will be remembered with pleasure Messrs. L. C. Fisher and M. A. Harrison !' --

by her friends here. all of I Auction SaleBEGINNING
Milton still stand alone in their class and all

i! The many friends of Miss Bessie I Mrs. Theo. West, Miss lade and I[ attempts to imitate them at the same

i Kolly, of Mobile will be glad to know Mr. R. J. Pittman of Marianna formeda ,

, thai she is expected hero on Wednesday I a siuirle party of visitors" here yester i! Saturday, March 7, at 4 p. m., price have failed.

, She with her friend Miss Thorn- I day. They were accommodated at and continuing It is a stylish, trim Shoe, into wi _n

i borough will be the guests of Mrs. the Merchants. I
TWO SALES DAILY there is crowded a big lot of wear. .If
i \V B Wrisrht.Admiral I
\\". L. Cawthorn, I). Cawthorn, W. I are shoeing up and want this
I i Ju:30; a. m.and 1 p. m, until Entire Stock Ui you
S. Cawthorn and John Chrisholm enjoyed -
Hisginson entertained soldatCOHEN'S
j i
, a i I price, just look at it.
dinner at tie Merchants
libiingubhed, at breakfast yester-
party jestcrOay. -
; dav. Bon Bons and Chocolates I;

j ---- I II I
L. J. Caggett of Milton was amon I i UKi:: DELICIOUS: -
Tie ships of the fleet it is reported) i iI iI
I those who dined at the Merchants 0
Mill give a reception every Wednesday ,
jestorday. He came to see the bat OB W. A. D'ALEMBERTE # I
The flagship will of course give iI i 4 j South Palafox 8t.I .
tleships and went home satisfied. I
the first Druggist and Apothecary. 121 South Palafox St. { In Large or Small Lots to Suit Buyers MeyerShoeCo

John Uourke, the Bagdad, Fla., : l'res"ut.
On Tuesday March the 17ih, tileufjc'rs
merchant, and widely known politician -
I f F WILLIAMS Ancttar.
uf the Alabama will give an ,
of Santa Rosa county was
elegant reception to the people of Alabama S S S
the visitors yestsrda. U SHOWING On account of going into new business Feet Furnishers for Ca i h Only
A large party from Mobile this entiresnwk must be sold Imm..dlat..lyrellardll'ss
of \"aloe,and Kare x.rgainabe
DY .
vrill < in Over QUAY
'ome'r private car. SENATOR
bad at these sales. A.M. Cull KA.
I .
I ; Lumber. 102 South Palafox St.IS .
I .aaNE Vaaa
A COFFEE DRUNK. Jacksonville, Fla, March 8.-Senator j( Y tr ,, :2x3 scantling, $;) per thousand.
p 3\3 scantling, $G per thousand.
and family and tH
M. S. Quay ( r
1 Other items in proportion. Call and
Held on to the Tree. I party of friends passed through he-re''I II .
i see us.MClino.
I I'I' i I
Some people go on using; cofeei'or 'I'[ last night for St. Lucie, where they J SPRING STOCK fl! : linEKMAN LUMBER CO.

,! will remain two months. lie has a 1

a great many years without shows I beautiful winter home there and life, n n n --. -- . n ,.A/t" 9p.a

l ing much ([feet of.the drug, but as a with fine fishing has great attractions i ; always something for women to admire at this store." );)1'THERE'f : tll r.I' IIW, .i ll l l' 'l r'

I rule it is slowly I d tins; its work, and fur him. i : it a point! tc ke>p more attractive and novel pond ; 7

f the time! will mIre When stomach or ( than any other dealer in Petisaeola. l'hat'swhyyou so ofteu''
i 1 I hear. if Forbes ha;;n't it, no one ele ha*. .
i itSllf.nerve disease cf some kind will .hawt : I _'_ ,_ _- ___- __ ____ __. -- ; I CRAY COODMAIU RAOER.v :;

MARITIME. : L ---............ ?
t An interesting case is that of a ; <:O COME TAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW THINCS INw@j :::a-

, man who drank eonYe for a "great't' l s NEW STORE.SKIRTS. .

many years before he felt the effectof Arrived. I :j: ; Shirt Waists, Dress Goods, :

it. He says further: "Finally; lilY' Span ss" Duran u, 1033, Quintana. ;: ) (%

health began l.i give way and! I llrstjrJOPd New Haven, to Suthcrland-Innes Co. i, ;) Silks, LIlht'eight: Siscillian, $3.50 to ;,7.50itamine dig
lr! ss }).era. HIM;, Couldtng, New i Mercerised Madras Laces ; ,::- $3.50 to 7.50 +un, a
u being di-7y headed and I began ,
: --
Culf] Transit Co. =- .
York: to = Wash Skirt .75c to $2.00 ;;>
\ to have spells of heart trouble. |: tlor: PS Kydonia, -. Rahdcn ;' Galoons, ;::- White \L.-' ;', latest effects ?

F rapid palpitation! of the lie"trt. and ;i idvszy Biloxi to Gulf Transit Co (for bunker I : ::JIll 50c to $3.50 atS'
I I' Dresden Ribbons Embroideries '
f coal\ White Waist Suits $1.50 to $4.50
. t=!<'k feelings like I wa going :::-
( I
.1 I to: -dip. I Iilj Cleared." q Belts. : DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
Pr ss KxnuKjr, 2'Jl.: stonchouse. by I
..1 Lonsdale Bleached Cotton 12 yds
appetite began to fail and I hail j Cary & (.'o. for Hamburg, with Ono i I I for
) $1.00.
r a sum, distressful! pain in my side II: top.s banker coal, valued at 1,573.: |, : "Onyx" Brand Lace Stripe Hose. .* jtJ i Forest Mills, soft finish, 14 ycards

t I.m> .i.11hat my memory was not as I ital ss I'inin, 183S: (.tiano, by Gulf r ) .* New Spring Walking Hats. I.. .gtur. fur $1.00. I
I Transit (.>>.. for Genoa, with additional .@)3
..., ... Indian Head Domestic, two quail
I grail as it had! been and I that wJrrlr,11f ) 1100 -- -
bales cotton
! cargo of Coit; sir ; hiur ties 10 and 14c yard.
me rOfliP.r I round' bales cotton 12"S tons phosphate I ...
If) Pepperell Sheeting 22'2c yard.
One day 1 stepped out of my shop rock l"l obis turpentine 9,243: W. J. & B. Unbleached Sheets, 40c each.
oak taesaliietl at $':7.:117, FORBI3S.JEC'LFMA
to watt! on a lads when all at once iIxrame yes Bleached Sheets, 45c each.
I Ito Cer ss Emma. 1471, Milbery, by
t Wind and staggered; aljng Gulf Transit Co. for Venice, with :24W BOY'S PANTS. Pillow Cases, 10 and 12y2z each. ft,

like a drunken man until 1 ran rock valued at J13- ----
, tons phosphate 10 pair good value, . . 23 cents. Aa
of the shade trees which I i t,11 NO CVIIF, NO PAY. MASTER'S SALE
against one ( I I 15o; pair Coronot, best value to ,' !" "
I IrII"-JI'ol or I would have fallt'n,1 Your druggist will refund your money If I By virtue of a decree of foreclosure be found.. . . . .50 cents. :@)1. >
PAZO OINTMENT fail to eureRlngorm,1 rendered by the Honorable L. J. "' -' '
If Cold sweat stood out on me and II) DoBKhnul BOY'S CLOTHING.
with Tetter.Old Ulcers and !:;Qres. 1'lmplea and Reeves, Judge: of the Circuit Court of 'II\
was'' Hit-n d>>uhuuts are made & New and complete stock from $1.25 I{
sunk down on the ground and it 1 EscamMa Florida
t1 Blackhead on the face, and all skin diseases County, on the Oth "
, : a Joruj time before I recovered myself >' cup of baler, two cups of sugar a SH rents day of March, A, L>., 19')3, in the case: to $5.00. ..... fe
milk two thrwqmrters - -
It' pint of sweet eggs of Mrs. E. K. Green amt J. C Oret-n, !
again. j : of a cup of yeast, one and a husoand, against E. E. DeVauubnl i
f' The family doctor who was ranI'1! half te.t-poopfu'.s: cf nutmeg or mace, THE LIBRARY, PARLOR AND BED I land IJ. I.. DeVaughn, his wife, I will FISHER BVILDINC, COR. PALAPOX & INTENDENCIA SIS

in, aJ'i't'ml' to quit coffee j jIVsAnm I n tea"'poiiiiful of cinnamon, and a half on Monday, the sixth day of April, .
Food Coffee. I thought; it''I t"I"I'tI.'uful ( f salt lour to makeas ROOM, AT MARSTON & QUINA'S.DO A. U. 100: sell at public auction be- ,' \j'MI'\jYN\jW\j\am JM 'J li'.e

4 butter \ fore the County Court House door inthe
would VM a big undertaking to quit stiff as bread dough cream :-
find Add milk, yeast and YOU KNOW City of Pensacola, Florida, during
tulfop. but when I got my cup of Pos-j: Mi;:ar.
of Hour. Set to rise the legal hours of sale, the following
' tam It satisfied my coffee taste and I j I about cue quart bent BEEKMAN LUMBER CO. havea described" real estate situate, lying -
iiiK'lit. In the morning eggs
; frum that day on I began to feel bet very light; and stir into the batter with large stock of dressed studding and being in the City of Pensa- A.CREENHUT & CO.

t ter. That was three years ago and 1 the splees and rest of flour. Let rise and joist:. Get their prices before cola County of Escambia, State of ,
Florida, to-wit: Lot three (3): and
I have never used any ordinary cor\\ three liouror until light, roll into a baying. dl6-lm
the West seven (7) feet of Lot four
fee since\ but have stuck to Po pretty thick sheet, cut out and fry in In--Escambia County Circuit Court, (4) (being forty-one (41) feet North ....WHOLESALE GROCERS,

Vfben I quit coffee 1 weighed 143: I I boiling lard. Sift powdered sugar OWl State of Florida.-In Chancery. front by one hundred and two (102)

Vonmls. my \\fieht now is about 173.For ; them while totImproving Emmer Collingtonvs. feet deep) in Block fifty-six (56) of

a long while people kept talkingto 1 Section twentyeighta8), Township I Nos. 102, 104, 106 East Government St, PENSACOLA, FLA.
ti>on >alore. Henry Collington.On two (2) South, Range thirty (3 me about the change. I had beena "What on earth are you doing inhere Monday the 6th day of April A. West,..the north-west corner of said CAR
wrinkled run-down, old man; but Tommy?" asked his mother 1).r.1 D. 1903, the defendant Henry Col1ln lot being sixty-eight (63): feet East Do you want a magnificent watch CREX AMERICAN GRASS
I ton is required to to the bill from the north-west corner of said for little money? If so, call on LINOLEUM, FINEST
am now fleshy, my skin smooth, good Ing into the darkness of the Leuhouse. appear PETS AND
filed against him herein. Block, together with the Improvements Stephens, the jeweler. He will accommodate -
for five ninutcs VQt
Lad been coming
color, and when I walk I step out yon. THING eN EARTH FOR
thereon and the hereditamentsand
This order to be published once
series of dismal squawk
more a
like a healthy man ought:; to. or each week for four consecutive weeksin appurtenances thereunto belong- HALL!:, DINING ROOM OR OFFICE-
loud LUMBERCall
flappingof FOR
by a
I honestly believe Postum saved ins; accompanied the Daily News, a newspaper published ing or in any wise appertaining.Deeds MARSTON 4

my life, for I was simply being wings.; in said Escambia County. at cost of purchaser.A. on BEEKMAN LUMBER RUGS TO MATCH.
said who
poisoned to death. Now I can eat 1 am trying Tommy (Seal.) A. M. MCMILLAN. A. FISHER CO. for estimates before placing QUINA.TryGunther'flCandiesat.
I seemed to be doing something;: with a Clerk Circuit Court Special Master. your orders for lumber. dlB-Im
I ti( aujlhins I want and naturally knotted rope, "to fix this rooster so bin By B. H. BURTON D. C. (Marked Copy to Campbell, William

game given by Postural Co.. nlum011't po off! before 7 o'olot-k tomorrow Pensacola, 'la., March( Sth, 1&03. Fisher's office.) Hot Rolls at o p. m lOc

I Baltic Creek: Mich. moalcg."Current Literature March 9, oaw-4w. M3oaw-4w doz., at Solomon's. J Solomon's.

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