The daily news

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The daily news
Uniform Title:
Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
The News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
February 19, 1902
Daily (except Monday)
normalized irregular


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


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

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


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PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.

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n..t'Io.d! Hl. FlnUh it the Hand ofa Ms PillsfOR Rose Leyburn.2:15li.: by Onward I t

sleeping Car Porter. | slipped foals by Arlon. 2Ilii,.

"In my recent trip west," said a I)('- The Creseeus (2:02>i>- lary (','ntlh.,.,

trotter who returned to California the (::121. colt is the property of M. M. MO

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK OF r4h (day "I was accompanied a partof TORPID LIVER. 1lnnll''prt Wayne. Ind.

fl way by an acquaintance who is: A torpid liver deranges the whole Roy Wilkcs, 2:<":.H!. will make the

PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, offers to epositors something of a joker. As I was ready system and produces season of 11)2: in the "stables. of Prewltt!

to !, ve Chicago I saw him talking SICK HEADACHE, *. Bros., near Georgetown. Ky.

every facility which their balances, busi- with the sleeping car porter but had Dyspepsia,Costiveness,Rheu Two-thirds of .\ndnho!) tier. 2:0: l f t
no suspicions of what he was up to until
matism Sallow Skin and Piles. o\\"II.II.y James Hanley of I'mvldenc*
ness and responsibility warrant. a couple of hours later. Then the I
and one-tldrd by Jimmle Catc-nub.
porter called me 'glnerar and tumbledover There Is no better remedy for these
| common diseases then OR. TUTTS I'ersonette! is enjoying a well deserrrd -
Interest paid time himself to wait on me. trial wffl '
on deposits. LIVER PILLS as a prove. letup at Joliet III. Last year she
"I ought: to have 1I1'1I1t'lthe\ title at
Take No Substitute.How made fifteen starts and won fourteenr
once, but it had such a )pleasant sound
In my ears that I made no protest lie first moneys.
must have spread the news that there j a Hindoo Turn Clorki. Grace L'ldred ((2)::: :!::1i, is wintering In I

wax 'giaeral' almard as all the people' | The Hindoo places a clock in his j fine shape, and Owner Charles Marvin

In the car soon addressed me by the showrooms not because he ever desires \ {'II'ds.7t'nt things: of her when the

--- prefix. This didn't last very long/ with to know whlt th* hour i is, but because HCIISOII: opens.",
-- ----- -- -- ---------- most of them, however. When I was a clock is a foreign curiosity. Instead, The pacer Hlghwood i Spider, 212vs:

..a 'n ....Ip. \ul r.nilnl. ....Accldrnt.. asked about the battles I hud participated therefore, of contenting himself with j is owned by Pidgeon; A. Stewart, Ilouti-
.- rvlwuwd. wall- ".\h." sighed the would !be suicide, Flanagan-Hiring: \ man, phwat's the in, I had to own up that I bad one good clock he will perhaps have a > dale Pa., and will \be out for a faster
nii'! e, beatiBc her "here is %\ III'!', all troubles) ., .
my .III1.t. matther with yer face? never had a uniform! on. | dozen in one room. Thej are signs of record this year. I

-.1'I'\ against' the nu; And In- sprang) into the deep Hanagau; Faith 'twas an accident "This was humiliating\! ; enough;: but his wealth, but they do net add to his Fancy Hess, ::;*-". by olmeddWllkes
v t from lhind waters of the" biy. The ould for he is Indifferent to time owned (; F. Betty
woman throwed a plate at there was much more In store. Thoconductor comfort HO by 1'I1rjI'
:in. ird the bourse He wns mistaken. me. wanted me to stop o\PI' at that he measures it by the number of Frankfort Ky., recently slipped twin

I'nr the life preserver hit him in then I'Il1nngao-\n' 11' 'e call that an accident Denver and attend veteran meeting bamboo lengths: the sun has traveled j foals by Arion, slag: : {.

'j' wn wn to ,('\;, and he saw a million tirs. The ? I was asked by a man who was I abode the horizon.-Temple Bar II! In Isftl! there were 27.370 horses in

', t i to ihrir eyes. deckhand unde a pass at him with aboathook Ilanagan; \ coorse! Didn't she hit I writing a war book to write a prefaeefor I. Maine three years old or under.) In /

r.-!1. -.' rose lC'ltill : and ripped a small sized phwat she aimed at?-Exchange. !I it, and tour or live p'lplt'lIntl'.l Japunnxc ( hrynanlbemriin. liNil) the number of the same class had
i I I".: tbemMlvy III creva-.M from his wnUtband to his I in albums The cite -O'J color varieties '
my photograph: to put their Japanese dwindled down to 8,070.
>, I collar Ume. Then they hauled! him in. From of which 03:
a Srolrhinan'i Sermon. of heroes. of the chrysanthemum, (II The promising young stallion! General -
", .yut <',MirpU. 1.,My." thutiiixil him. dnhim 1 rolled I him \\'e are told to love our (enemies but "It was the porter who gave me tin I are yellow, s7! white 32 purple, 30 red ', Norral. by Norvnl. dam by Onward .

.''.in 'S W gall" ( ry. er I o\er a barrel for half an hour and we are not told to like them. I don't finishing! blow h'l't''l'r.Yhpn we 31 pale pink 1- russet and 11 of mixed will be raced next season by J. t

.>ot lights! hustled him: to harUir' hospital, like my (,.){'nt's.. I dislike them: very 'I rvaebed San Francisco I figured that a I colors. A fancy prevails in the cvim- (rant Anderson Plttsburg.

,-am down with! a after whl'-h lie thteet'arrested filled':?10 much But (this with l a baleful glance) dollar Up would, lie altout the right I try that in this flower the same tint U: It Is reported: from Vermont that theFtallion

\niertrtn. and rousted I by ju.Ueind kicked I love them, and shall ever be ready thing t In his case, and after I had been never exactly reproduced and that in I
I I I Alcander, 2:20Vj.: ? has a cancerand
along the corridor toward the duor.' Ado to show: my love to them by trying to duly brushed and bowed to and grinned this it resembles the endless) variety of
I must be killed.\! If true, this will bt.'l
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llu lie 'Dt. hit him n:. he departed. get them severely punished that they at I handed it over. He reached the human countenance.Look a great loss to the breeding Interest of
i ftutary do you get? ".\la..," he subbed, "it is more trouble may be led to repent of their behavior for the bill with a smile as big as a
that state well to the Ed
as as owner,
'1\4" dfnf1' to die than to live:"-San l-'raiiois- toward me.-Keminisccnccs.Sincere i house, but no sooner had he glanced at For the Key. I
:. anyalary.," repltNta co Bulletin. II smllLe : Don't ,get angry at small things. Look j

uU"Tl J"tlo PraUe Ii Good Form.It faded] and he froze up as hard as at vexations now as you will view I I
I -
r I.' i-- Mj.-h p"rtf'.tI \ llnnirlf ('nnnlanlh. is not considered bad form to rOl'ks. thorn thirty days from date. The angry 'II

I ,!..n !t..,..d! any n'gn. iconic people live in New York; others! praise a dish or to compliment the artistic I 'With the ,general's compliments,' 1 man who gets the wrong; Key and pushes In China the year logins In Febru-

';' e ('S. t. It is certain that a majority four table arrangement, remembering | I'n"AS I put on my hat. I and rattles the door till he breaks ary.

.. .1 I ,,; .w, n:. il.I" huH citizens wet 1'1' owned a bout,. They always that there is a vast difference j "lie slowly] thrust the bill into his the lock loses more time than if he had j Robert Louis Stevenson's birthplacein

.j I 11in rented! tlit ur houses all their between sincere admiration and flattery pocket, bowed as if he had a pokerj quietly !gone for the right key and pays Edinburgh! Is for sale, and the priceatke
', ItJCS I"1- Ihe.i aril do nut know the meaning; of that embarrasses instead of j down his back and with the utmost for a new lock besides. I .

,'j 1N'N,17.11bit. Many I millionaires dwell pleases a hostess.1Vumau's Home i politeness replied:
J the summer of 1H03 Swiss tourists
in hired rcsidi'iu cs. Their homes are Companion. 'Corporal, 1 thank you sab.' "-Detroit A warning.Whatever .
will in- able to reach the Copper} (:n-
l I" ,* in* MivA > !In oilier j-t.-itcs.; but they must be in ---- -'- I Free Press. be your talents! whatever
>o Place For hand."My gadine from Thusis by rail In three t
i \ 'l i-iifi I
Fifth; during the social
avenue season, lIe your prospects, never speculate'
'. : RapK"(>y. wouldn't you like to hours III"tIot in ten by stage.!
li! I I'-! '11t:1.1 they" UJU.t kep hou.-e. I'hilailel- The 1'1) In liar liniment. away on a chance of a palace that
live\ in dat 1.1gtine house, wit' all dent I I Investigations conducted recently at
!-i' i.f Probably the worst thing mar
.t i 11,1 .-I+ has been spoken of as a "com- which you may need as a provision
f t i' : M'.ty,: ..t hooies." :New York is a ....11\- brass, Tallin's! and marble steps and I tying widow is: the fact that somewhere against the work house.-1'uiwer.Russian I Itaku: by the Russian: government leadto

1 ? 1 -it ui'i'i.tof" "" '111;;. than hllf..f our rings: ?" I in her cupboards and boxes she I the belief that the naphtha Wads at

I i I' l \k 'lilt.i i\1" ..h'i'!.: don't know what it is to pay uDry! say ley are 'leven bath keeps her widow'seil] to be in readiness i that point extend far out under! the

:- ,,' '.. 1 i," s ;'1I. tnTheir I obligations of citizenship rooms in dat joint"Chicago Record. in case Mu needs it a second time.Atcuisun : census: returns reveal the ,: "I'a.
of C4nuoi) idolaters in i
a -
Globe. presence population 'i A movement !Is f. "t li Shah ti <>
IH -i I wl.! -ti thei t art' M-nl'-d I by the landlord who takes on
of 123,1: WSiKti), among which for
.r ."> '..rtt > ',: .OIl: out in the rent.Ve are :Many School Children are Sk-kly. I i I raise :i imrniir.i'iit to the memory of

t 1I I 1- \\1'\.< 'I! :ua:; cliaractcrltss mob.\ -Newi.rk Mother iray'ii Sweet Powders for Children .\ II Doulitu Itrnioird. every. 121 men there cn a hundred wvID'n. i, Emilio (':' stelar the rl'nlt..tIII"b; f

Press used hy Mother Gray, a nurse in !She And you will always love me, !': Republic:) h orator of the nineteenth
.... I I liildrt-ifs Home, New York I'.rrak up old\ and ? -- ':
when I .
I h
I. Cold to even am ugly century.For
il bourn
cure rVvrlsbncw, head TO CURE A COLD IN TWO DAYSLnxauve
I I .. In rl18a'I :,,' J1.I."'ti-e In the ( lnn.r< om.A HCbe. StnniHCh Troubles Teething Ihuor- He--Jut you never can grow any limbo "Juinine amoves the I using the IVllidi: wordobe", Instead -
I I "'. I ., I 'I d4rand Is troy Worms. At druggists!: older or any uglier in my eyes, darling, of the < :t'rmtll word "hi,-r" nn
nieiiiU-r;!\ of the Harvard class of fij.!: Sample mailed KHEK.!!: AJdrebAllen CRUSH. I: w.drovr's signature on every 1
I I.. U \ ; j ]-M'jt: irei|">nihle for the following: I is Ulinitud LeRoy, N. \ -I'all Mall Gazette box:! l'ric"i'Cnti.. i I .tliccr! In the Austrian army has Just

I 1. tt ., L..... t <"ti,.tai Tti.. .... I, rle'.I' four I "v.e tit ..........."n.......w..., n f !; been .seiitencetl to six months' imprisonment -

". 'In: 1li.! o.-uiMi I ro... "iiiii n* II I chemiMrj was then Profesxir Jobt''NOk. on I.rt'a.ali r- .(.. !hr! tr.r..O.u- /11,1I I
.1 MTV sedate man and never intenrion.tlly I Since the middle of November last
.. r"M.rt..1'II( ..t .. t'.,to n....ount,
;i :guilty "f 1j..kl'. Paris has a Russian high school at
'' ,! A Ire T' nc; !S-ixitl.I ,I'uti which of the branches
I "tilLiy in a recitation he said to a university
i !: '- \ :, --i" 11111-ro :X-wj. situ-lent, "Mr. Slack how do you slack I are taught,: some of them by eminent

\ t -r r fact. 11F.J that* MMtaini Kljr: < Cream" that j I, lime Th.?"student supjioslng! pun upon DMNTY DiSHES[ FOR l LENTEN[ DINNERS. I, Russian custom fugitives in or France residents.The :of posting. on

,i- a ..rrh it> Hffht in jfiiij. his! name to be intentional, answered i I the dead walls of every commune

i c''nt
"i.l t.y 11rulri.t. and l mailed i I| 1 It course the class !roared, but !in- - ministers is to be discontinued. Every

I v H' : ;.' r. Vt W..rr.'oXf': 1I"I\lI.t enjoying the apt repartee the I time it is done It costs the government

,I professor took it as a personal affront Coffee llos1io and Tea feodio "iO. 4JO. .
t' .. I'rdb"rta. Cal. and reported Mr. Slack for a reprimand. I I-'oor-
'- KM:'t'n: Over Sixty Year
:et i with, catarrh for twenty ARE SPECIALTIESAT MBS. WINSLOW'S BOOTH 18 HYRCP bit
I : mad ml'tIO Vo ouk I thought I been used for over tlity yearn by mlllloniot ,
't! -iimptton. I Mr. Wheeler Got Rid of His Rheumatism mothers for tbelr children while Uvlhloi. I
fotonebottln with perfect lucceit. It
THE- toothri tbe child,
'' .I. 1m Balm and in Hire "Durinsr the winter of 1M)8 I was so eofteni tbe Ilims.allaYI all pain,cures wind I
!nrharM' inopped. It i Ia lame in my joints, in fact all over colic and IB the best remedy for Marrbo.

Jiciuf I hltu..t'd for my body, that I could hardly bobble NEW OLREANS GROCERY U will relieve. Hold tbe by poor Uraggliti Illlla In sufferer every. carl Immediately. -
around when I bottle of of the world.
CetJ truly. bought a Twenty-rue cent a bottl*.
r 1\\ K K.: KlM!I.KM'IKK. Chamberlain's Pain Balm. From Be sure you ask for "M n.Wltslow's>oUle
the first application I began; to get JAMES McHUCH, Proprietor, lag Hyrup, and take DO other kind.

l k. Tollrr I well, and wa cured and have work-

'aptaln New York la ed steadily all th* year.-R. WHEEL WE&T INTENDENCIA STREET. TELEPHONE 105 Truth Will Oat.

,. l.r..eine't and| | ubde! vlr- ER. North wood, N.Y. For sale by all Sunday School Teacher- was very
druggists and medicine dealers.First sorry to hear Sandy, that went
,i'r tnila In hia d! 'rrtct! in I you
!..> u tiffiLtut or IHI In fishing last Sunday. You should certainly :
Xatlond Convention.On
'if I set a better example than that.
.11'" t {IM.UCP cap May M I 1S3.,. what was probablythe
Now here's little
t .. 'iir >. --- a boy (turning ta
a --
| reputation"i --
first national nominating convenethin
nl'wt'ol1..rwho doesn't
go fUliIng
"i i element In the : In the history of the country met (/iid Moo n..i.f.. Three Hard Word III* ""it.. the Lord's day. Do lout little boy? oa

k ."wn tll t... Nay suing In Jlaltlmore. It was attended by (it"> l The health growth and developmentof There are three short and simple "I hope," said the serious! man. "that NeweoiutT-No, blr.

.'.. 1' wr nf ." 11. If hit men, a majority of whom were residents children and animals were years ago words, the hardest to pronounce In any you haven't been betting on the races." Sunday School Teacher Ah. I
rrirt'nent..'i hy ha: The convention supposed to be influenced: by the moon. and I "I too said
of Maryland. language: ( suspect they were no hope so the young: man thought: UK much duo look in that In-
> "iid'H-t i>!S Italy i>show was called by General Jackson. It was If the sign walll right: at the time of easier before the confusion of tongues) with the red necktie and the restless noceut face was ,'olJ'lucluiC.IJ why

.1 wthiut: hull {prlnclIf called a year ahead of the presidential birth they would l>e well formed and but which no man or nation that can eye. "I hope I will wake up tomorrowand (I don't! low go flatting on Sunday, Ill) little
> .* tit Will! d...k tO campaign in order that time might betaken intellectual but if It was wrong there not utter can claim to have arrived at find out that the whole thing was man? .

'Si. other> hand the by, the forelock in behalf of (Jenral was no telling; what sort of creatures manhood. These words: are, "! was a wild dream. Hut there's no use hop \1'\\"l'OUif'r-'auht. there ain't no flsn-
tfi'iii, 'Vry will natu Jackson political protege! Martin they would I>l'Come. lately worthless wrong."-Lowell. ing."-Exchange.He log where I live.-Hoston Courier. I

.r--f -,f a \icilMl.t Van lurl'n-tuutuI s Magazine.: : fellow, every dog, rooting hog fence

}iH1. 'i.talll; In th' Jumping cow or a..ica..inglwrst' was believed ''I..ulC'1I1 Cannibal. !5nre i You're flight. ;I After the (von.altalon I

r.-- M I wnmtM-r >ot to He I.rarnrd. to have been I1..rn11III'r! an unfavorable "Rut why," asked the subchief of the While it I is true that there comes a In describing his early .
', ', phase of the queen of night.: cannibal isles, "do you Insist upon having tide" In the struggles! to
< I dlHMl Of A dignified bishop while passing: affairs! of men which, etc., : establish, a practice the doctor had
Just t
... those who were of the man who fell while leading the
moils a London street heard threeeg- Queer people or I there are so many people every year ; baid: .
children of I I! charge against,: us wrvcd up at the banquet ,
hateful disposition were left stranded
r.'t tarn in a rather high and that
table peddlers) engaged,: dry some "I used to bit in my .fflce day after
: ? ,,.' 1",1. blasphemous argument the dark moon with the sign: below the :: this evening" ; ? lie seems to be caution would stem to be needed about I day waiting; for patients. In fact I

.. ; nor Intending: to rebuke them he said to heart. I hard! as "nail picking: out your particular, tide.-Syracuse : j u>cd to sit like! Taticnce on a Mouu-I
answered the chief of the
.t .. ,;I 11 1'1..1{ title of the offenders! "My JUI.wall., Herald. went' "
.. I He Recommends Chamberlain's Cough'I cannibal I Isles. "1 read !in a book of
"I! l-o where did you learn to swear like ".\011 now," remarked bin associate
Remedy. it-try left by our last meal that 'thebravest
I"." t'.u.! thatV I Clerk' Wise Suggeslion "I sup|"jse you are accustomed to have

';" "Lord lur yer, l'r'nor." replied the :' "I huvl'u-edChamhprl.lln'Cou,; h are the teDdefest.Jolltimor "I have lately been much troubled 1IOIIUIIII'llls sit on your l'aUl'

.n ..11.11'.11o)1: brawny i Peddler: chipping: him genially Rfl11edfor a number of years and American. with (dvpep-ia belching and York Tillit.s. I

,,"\'! on the shoulder, "je can't learn it: It's have no hesitancy in saying that it Don't Snerr. our ,i-totnach: write: M. S. Mend: I II
I j I is the bet remedy for couch*. coldsand leading; phttrmicUt of Attieboro'Ma I
\ gift! croup I have ever u-ed in my ,, Never brie!; a human being! however I : --!., "I could eat hardly anything To ACCOMMUHATK: tho-o who are '

I" S' familJ have not words to expn silly ignorant and weak-above without When you get ready to -;; 'ups confidence in this Remedy. nil any little child-to shame and confusion sujrjre-tPd 1 try Kodol Dvpep- plying; liquids into the na ;il paa- t

J h I riLlll -.. />ltuit flour spring garden, -MKS. J. A. MaRE, North Star of f:1I'e.1'1', by in-tulauce, bysuspicion ?ia Cure which I did with mo-t hap -ages for rtttin-hnl tnmUr*, the proprietors : I
my differ 1 sale all druggists and result prepare Cream Balm Price f
:Mich. For by / by ridicule! even by selfish py I have had no more ,
'i trouble \buy your garden utensils medicine dealers. trouble and when including the spraying tube !is Theta.: '
: above all by in- one can to
I and haste-tuner RO eat-
x. ?Jr. f. -- silly in I)ru?;?'i.t, or by mail. The l
I from the Il tlli.' Hardware ? pie che-e i
Bulging! in the brutal pleasure! of a candy and embodies 1
l I"u.abut ; the
I Buy and Try a Box Tonight. nuts after such a time their d'ize-t- medicinal propertiesof I._ i
'i from any I Co. 1 fciieer, crush what is finest and rouse ton must be the solid preparation. Cream I 1.i !
i Ktt Ultch .k I While think of it buy and coarsest in the heart of any pretty good. I endorse Balm is .
,1 F. I K. )'.raWIiH ha* bought the entire you po :I up w hat is Kodol Dyspepsia Cure heartily," quickly absorbed by the "i. it
.I- sale t>yapt all IIis.. of boys' and girls' shoes of try a box of Cascarets: Candy Cathartic fellow: creature. You don't have to diet. Eat all membrane and does not dry up tbe"ecrftions I !Vii- '!
: ,')hr d./tlf'r/ ideal laxative, tonight. You'll the goed food but changes them to a : '
the Lt'\ .l'"u Co.'s -tock at a great i i A Certain Cure for Chill.lain,. you want but don't natural and
'r : to result in bargain: and will sell them at less never regret it. Genuine tablets I overload the stomach Kodol Dyspepsia brothers. healthy character Ely f' :
:10: ct...t. 'They can :j than factory_ _co- 't'
i by UMni. I Fidey's I Know Oi>.- "nf' Jt'm"11y I bulk. All druggists, roc.o. I i I Immp SW IIt1DI{. J-wollon feet. At all : Pharmacy Kabn. John Sheppard, The best cooking stoves f : j! I
1 I Druggists and Sboe mores, :2oc.! Sidney {
a'.1. D'Alftn- kranetwtlnatecud I' nune U FjTi' aJ &m. I
.f v.i"f -- LBTORIA.Bean all necessary utensils I :; J t :
Do you want a magnificent: watch tie ( ,! Buy a heater from the Coal scuttles, grates, shoe I i can be bought from the JVil'I I I!
for for little money? If so, call on ;
Hardware Co. and
your liprttada Willis vels
ce/ tiling, etc., at the wile \\lis '
.'i nuke them look Stephens: the jeweler. He will accommodate i agllltult> + Hardware Co. at remarkably .
.r Laundry. you. ot keep warm- Hardware Co's. 1 low prices. '

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.re as provoKing; a" you
1 men
Several of our leading manipulator"f .
1 she! ai l wrnuly. "it: j-- no wondi-r
m ) the one are' "- *king honor and are. > <

t ; .
md consequently the home interests of .= her r..dln:+ A
microbes That is what ScottV word." lie repeatiilmti
.il both lull! and billiards are suffering.Of \t a loss for a
[ the billinrdi! who have \entured Emulsion docs in consumption. >.iKly.! :: ".\11. t'it: exiil.iiiK: it.

; J f ;ir-ro-s tl..- .Atlantic the best known t- i "K\piiins! what'! ;"
Every wo-ian loves to think of tho "KxpluiiH: ) n hy. when f he has any for infants and Children.
I Jacob Schaefer. who reeeutly won We can't tounderstanci
; i
tat! a when a sift i!!!e b' dy a:1: her expect !
I b In Madi( filling\ :: to eipnx. *lu? HWS two "r'<
I own "0.1.i'e:; : in t.'.r t :m, fuiiyiilsf : great chnini'i-inMiip! t..tir.y;
all about these germs and microbes tliree." Cajol'ia j.. a ha:!: [(':s !th..titl\h' 1'11" t a..tll1' Oil I'.iregnrit ,
) ': g the yeirnmg welch les; :n t-i'j Square: harden.;: New York.Schaeftr |
:) ; and :Suutliiiir l-\I'I\P.. It i..
; I'I.t'.u.t. .
the h'r' of But \ "Two t 1 1 esety giad w .rr.&n. has f"r s .n.ral p'JrsIf'11: the doctors talk of.
.. ecititet'; Opittil..lir'plililt' nor 4111..1' ;
I yet there is a bLock cluud! haveringbo the moM (imminent fiirure in thtn.'r i I1t dear no-two or three thousand! ; ( \_ aUtl \trm, tt
'( s \ 01'11I. all.I\ ." .
j. !, .' .jt tert pre"y; pure in her rr'nd i! They say that one kind cau cI' :: words.' I Itlrnrt' Iiarrl ; alll lltl 'III t:. It'rdll'\ '''. ""+v-th- :
I wh h f.: 5 her w 'h tsrrcr. The I btit
she wa provoked .
t iiiofu: :'. la..eS u'ay much I,1:! con-Ull1ptlOn. Consumptionmicrobes Naturally ;I ill:! 'lroultlt'c and (arc. Con .tipali"i. It n'III.II" III.1.11:1.1 .,
of the 1"1 of r.d. A".d yet it I pnsently lie fiuuid a chaniv to sugest: ; : :-\ : and 1\1,1... gitio, iictltIl) ;11..1 l 11.lIlIralo1l.t'J'.

: red nteFcrsmeuethere: ;: feed on weak lungs that.. lie was in trror. I Tb(' 'hiltlrt'u's PIIIlI't'a-'l'Ill Jlltt IIl'r',. 'r''III'''

\ r has been -;' -. t'.' r..aJ.e!. wel..known ..admit it. tin you?" she asVed."Yf" .

i'r a nl: re c' .-vaed by physic.ans a Perhaps that's so.At my deer! ." IKropl'ivl.. "I should: I The Kind You Have Always Bough's bate l> made the limit. .IJUlJ-Cbiellg.1
: any rate \\c know that Bears the Signature of
i Tost. I 1
,ll .iJ,
; mend Scott's Emulsion has peculiar I, t

Force of Haiti 1

.I t *h. ;!h makes ch' :3brh! as s: rple! and action on the lungs which gives 1 "The,ie editors Make HIP weary" I 1

i' .. ell as rat. '.re Intondedt. It is a r 1I the lungs new life and \ igor.I roinplainiil the eminent arrhitect. IIn 1
j iTrgn.r.g.:: penetrating l.nirrent: "ix: l'lain f=uggest; ; ,'d the pjiniiathftic -

i I. .i.!h '. the s,,,n reacl.!] at ;rbs. It Healthy I lungs starve the microbes friend."Well. 'I

Is gits'tetrJs.eseasucltyardvgcr! : building .
I designed a ten story
f Over 30 Years.
Use For
pret-r. t o )re brass. morning: s. It- out.

I ness a: 4 .e 1 I-s of the! g.rhsh: I I : for I'ibliliT's Magazine. and theyhave I ..wr "r..u. "0......... 7, wU..N .,...... wtw .. ....
; rejeeted n' htorit-s and said they! I
Life for the and flesh
i An .:' '1'1T 'S, 'r in I\utl..r.I'A. i lungs
'a\ .' ..1' .-.-.M.: -1. -I---.J" for the others after publica- ;]iI
'I L, .<- 1' I. r.. !U.lealll tad for the body, that is what theCOl1'Ufllptll'C I tiou.I.lltim"I't'III1'I'I'all.: .

i' .-Gi. t. "$1"Ihtr'lprrbottle.IHL PrlcnJ. *t the drug has a right to expert i To C'' Rocky Ford. WOOD AND COAL.WE .

A truck growers association h\I':
BRUllflD RFCIUTOR CO., from Scott's Emuhion. I.
been organized; at tlranbury. Tex., for I
\ \, ttt. ( ir ear f rw itu>iratr.l book, Before :\ ) ideal food and tonic for the purpose of coni[>etini:: with Kooky': '
11"1/ 1" 1;........ I Ford Colo., In growing and marketing THIS WINTER THAN KVEIl HKKOKK:
I form of waiting disease '
any 1OMIlacres
;1.:) oantaloupes. They will plant )
!1 or more and want buyers tc SEND US YOUR ORDERS NOW
j i I come and take them at the cars

.. : The lluult Mc..enit.T.
Thompson Olsen tfi Co..1ltlll'l'sn
"Hello, Willie": c\i United the I uifs-! I TOWN TOPICS. .

i'1'n"I'I">>' as he met hi- old: time fnead i

1 111 :\a eul street the other 11:1311'ho Chicago, thy name is mud:-Chicago Street, Telephone 1'; 7.

\ r yer workin' fir iiow. Willie'(!! ?' Tribune. :

\\orkin (.'r a bai.k," rcpi.l!'\ 11 il- The campaign against smoke should :

II III1 "( ;lot a good:: job. ?o uu until it wnifi.-ludiaiiapolis News. II i ii

.,---- "Watchtr Lot ill the !'satchel asked i Jud..::in? from the manner in which\ j Th Star Laundry
.. the moseisger: I I.scrutinizing:: a little the New Yorkers have managed the : u l !
.r. I:> e' Illiinl "|""t.
The '' d -|...1 i w ,,'fthe handbag. ;:: that \\ iliie carried." Brooklyn bridge it is about time they tJ
/ : : ion't t say u word: I'm scared 'II
resorting to tunnels. 1'ittsburjj'Times.
Op! ..rl < ,ni'ut'- I'JiU! : 'L'' I"- ( were
to death.\ { Biggest Busiest Best !
Da vomit\ 1I1\I'Ith..1', in in. L! in' .m-r ,
J\i oH. SCll.\EILlt XUKlSli A SUSSK.lean "What I is dynamite'-1''-"' ar-ked. themesMiucr ,
the iio*.- than the tr-rla'r. To test it ;
j' billiard arena lie i Is the great eMesMiiifni boj 1 ii alarm. > Saved Him From Torture.

tlnv.iir' lists 11illill..I'wnh year thiiinl.s ulllIdr I | of the balk litie game in tinworld "Naw; it's iiionej." :, There is no more agonizing tornble |
Rod held eaeh other IA: Ithanpile.1 The constant idling and '
lod.iy. ijrurge; ; :Muslim; or New: Mice; .Money! Howmiuh' Don't Kickif
tend >.mr arms. ,s>hot jour left eje burning make life intolf'rahlt'o ts
1 York ran defeat" Schnefer at r>u..hion "Two thou. I'm euro'!in' it down to '
&11.110..1.. tUfily: with >nr riuht ey1' alI position is comfortable. ThA torture -i
lItfl'lilH.SehMpfer. another bank and ['111 soared.' things don't run to nut ..
DeWitt's Witch
ji ur !left tlminb. S-p4irite your hands.Dd : I
4 When the.x are ul-.ul MX UK.ln-> '' IWIJ.I serf surressful trip "Say, how does a feller feel when he Hazel Halve cure pile at once. For 1 1i : may create a disturbnn-

/ ,I part the rt;:ht thumb will: pi out 41f1'uen,1' to Europe a sear ago winning a large; has so nm h money';* i skin diseases, cuts burn, bruises, !i iI timeIf your Blurts look Ilk .
.. amount of. money in London and 1'arK "Seared.:; whispered the bank messenger i all kinds of wounds it is unequalled.
s -inH.ranly.| for its picture11I e {S meg grater and as if t!'.'rcream w
and he continued his .- J. S. (Oerall Kt. Paul Ark., :
.. He broiiL'ht with him on his return III toIlIllIUt'r on way.New says
i ibras
full the blind :
upon ""t.uw., "From 1S65 I suffered with the In the ,.:starch if y'\ui .
Trench traik nanml Barn York Tribune.M
tle ttrto'part of it :_ Though i .
bleeding piles and could f have a fringe on them or a t f'
in .\
t.-l. who performed creditably IIlt'r' (
alien lu".lri.1 vll virts of experiments I find help me until I utpdDeWitt' {
bole big enough to tl
ica. I P..irutel: returned to Paris recently I he Tbrolllc. run your
Ihetnsi-Ues for Unknown thousandsft Witch Hazel Halve. 'A few
Far far down the track Is a dark through is the '
with Scluiefcr.It mum word
jenrs, this plu nom>-iioii wns not dis bottles completely cured me. Ke
spot, over which ho' erg a great:: cloud. in"I them this .
Schaefer's intention to
rural uu"! the time of I 'hara .s II. of i is to compete 'ware of counterfeits. Hargis" bring laundry and

Hn,)lmid The blind t sjxit Iea\es no in the wirious tonrnaments to be held) The engineer, sees it, hauls out his Pharmacy, John Sheppard, Hidney: face will light with joy when .

during the winter in the foreign capitals watch glances at it. then resumes the Kahn. .
twl..III\ II"'III'llIr."t the oiitsliUworld\ have attained your desire at la-'
lie will also III business of looking out of the window. I
t>ut. there beinu no stimulation on that pnrticipate ninnyH'tijally ?}. 't.oo) <:/ look like a gentleman i
arranged hut tehrr and h' pesto lie was to meet an eastbound freight:: 4,r swam
of i
'pot, thrr in not consciousness\ u DISEASES'
lark: but II In. k ..t ennsiioiismsd.lUrtr.v .- : come buck with II comfortable balance I. at that point.' He did; not know It the I KIDNEY

I l''tl..ritIl.111IIJI'iIt.! -..'!!. in his pockctbook.rurltiK "witf'l.'tIt.rf' in puce! ; he did not ( ALL WORK C. O. D.
knowbut the passenger train would

the \\ .. "...,. a don ..It, Doc.All dash Into that freight and the death of are the most fatal of all diseases. TELEPHONE 114. 7 E. GARDEN HI

.\t a m...iruiL'e service i perfotmid a old hunter tills!! the following many ix.i.ple follow. There was no GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE__

L tour 1'.Illi\l' to shy d law d.ivs II ''IIII a little country churi'h I > gun

T'n Kii.'lnn.l: whn the minister! said\ In i ".1 few years ago/ I owned nn Irish was the duty of his fellow employees WALKRR INGEAHAM. Manager

.. terrier wlm was not only, frightenedout to see that the swlubes were right.! KIDNEY fl .
-1 1 . 11 I man to l I..- thy w.- Id.-d linsb.-ui.l:" intmd of his wits at the report of a sun, lie did not slacken his spHnl. Rapidly!! I )

of \\.tullllllll""I'h..< for her'lf ,| 1.lItl h.1 would (lee at the sight of one the huge mogul on the sidctnuk loomed i-.t W. B. WRIGHT>> COfDPAflY\

.. a :ruf! matins ounihwere gIles refunded. Contain

wt'l"'! .tl by eliding::: the breecli To cure himI past the waiting freight passing or money r \\ "f
remedies recognized by emi t MANUFACTUKKKS: ASia UKAI.KKS: : IN
within three ft ft.
The inlnlvti-r hn.kjil; up. vary mm h \I.II'J tuUe him on a dIal II fastened
jvrpVxiHl. and |iau" f,l. lie repeated to a licit around my waist and used to nent physicians as the vest f lot : -
1 tire continually!! at small blt'ds. OrctiMonally (lui-lrr I..". { i. LUMBER LATHS
the *eltc'ice. ami Stjaln the gruff and Bladder troubles.
Kidney ,
Glacier\ is like) the solid blue .
...1.... dtr.arn'.1. I let him elms rabbit html ( not &OD.t' 1

"111\ 1:1"A'"III It as i los-e In front of Ids no .e IS I Ice on the surface of the water but !iuO.. aM JUt. I i!" SAWED CYPRESS SfilNGLES-EllE-Cmi( !I .

:: tin minister, looked up. t.urprlMsJ d.ircd! ami then let him punk: it up. ,consists granules j..ill.tltm.l'Ibf.r !hy W. A. D'ALE IBIWTKBiliousness :

1Ids was of course teiichint him bad\ an intricate network of ('lll'iliarya -. -
what make of
ma know tin; to -.. ---- PES a1'OLA.: f I.A. 9
p but t him of running in tcr filled ti ..nres. III excised sections
lien ..II' of the roomUien at the ma/ nn.TS. <> cure

md of the n>n Katd was an easier matter than breaking:; and upon the surface of the ice can

'I* U- d.-uf MI U IlI i\\t'rltl' forVr. him of I being :gnu:: siy! Alter a month be observedeined" or "banded' ESTABLISHED 18G3.McKBNZIE ;

.* -lV.riM n II \\'ieklvIlilil or t".H.f tins sort of thing audit \ery structureeins ofI denser blueiiior: --- .- -..... -

--- -- -- otten mtfiut dragging;:: him out 1 by main 111tt'rllatill"ilh those of a lighter: a aa

4 lull >.iur.. { force he Ix-gan to understand that llu shade containing air bubbles\ The OERTING & CO. !

Tbrr, ar- M iiuiiiln-r
the ,,,,>rld Unit l..*:ir stnuiKe nnuies that U..n'11'; fun to I be had sometimes lawn the siibjei of much theorizing -p

in addition. ":" .-!ltllall whenever :UIH>!ig ill\ but Illltn, 'i., the
but l of tin- most curious
j* > 'alily nut Ship Chandlery and General >Hardware>
... as i iiib f"und<-J in ITX'i 1'111tJ lineliiiti he "a Will.' pick up the gun he went greatest authorities l..n-iI.1' wt, i im N1 NT'I

il.1 with excitement! and) t to the ..'. ..I:1l1al.1.r: the
aciitr It nag calleU! the 'uhlll1l \\ day phenomenon
".ftH} tit Hei-fHteakn and halu 21111UII;: of his death although only n terrier Wanting;::. __ Remo.s all Corni, Bucloni tad Wartt, -, -- ,
_... ..- ib.lrn .,. ..r 4Yal.s aii1utJxT !>.. was on- ..f tint..-"t rings with the ,. llhout pain, ipeedily: >nd perm>acatly -

r'.yaf! ixTsiinaK"They met III 1=11111.\. r bad" Srorplon. In Jamnlra. r. '+i' ad nriirn.w..U LWIAR CuLI Aa1'nrrS Pater.f' w ..i'f REVERE COPPER COiPAXY.JOH8 A. RORBMMrs ,..O-'t'll': (
In Junli1tilt" believe tint
the I'U\\1111111; roniii of tin t'ovent i ;lIr : a LIPPM l4 8R0S. Ortiol A. UUKHEL :' : PUMI'ptI:1fvu

den theater .III.! d'-ied t iiioii tHffsteaks.The I'tir lite % inprlcHii Il.rhy. scorpions call out.1.11""S: ; e, a name.4'r1''the s" : hnl'vrr i !a t'rop. belctbait : Cc't i Filits t iIs, oirJ: 1 iBslrcnesls! : t SiiMt! Retort KalInfllf1U'.t
An of the P.ritish!
.' for agent governmentlio :
club M .1" III,1"" morethan
;.'\. LOter'. 'Hfe
has broken themctt with one on II! !? ":1' indgall
1\ purchasedeeral
a huii'l'.l and iM'caine
down ): for fear of his eerap'g; '! IcKl1l1zi" Iertiu) nfIIt'rtin A for Itt I'ib.ts' B"f'Y"
thoroughbreds lontinuii
q.(* m.l.-.| M.. ;, UMof its t mid. cus at ry .eut f' It \" ;
tornivoitnr that Park, Tenn., forhil'I1f'lIt to :Smith; Af- thus indirectl\! rn"i.-iii/.c; tiii s a-, ciraion
str.i.i.-e; lIalll.ilM
; delicatiappieciation Or'uul. : -I{ I'.ii1 I'' .
rk-a palled $ llll.lrclli In Mcui.his
on J Iii -
of tope S.nt.tu.lib.;: w Inch Swift
t,Midrrl ::. ITU .lift t. tthi.h J..I.| .-, |. reo-ntly and asked tint owner to you Wish lo stup. ;| si'nip.,1( ', I I. w41 CURE YOURSELF !
t1i_1.t blow :air I..m l : .-... put :1 1 price on :MH'heMiey' the sensational IjNf r',
,:., and other h[ ' IIK-II evRCs
and he at nn coils. himsi :it I .. Awarded Ports .. .
I soil of Meil.iff.! < e up .averepiatidlj at 'in I k.s 4.ri.juAracltfd. dMh.e ..D't.' r'
"Oh. HiMreth's done this. Innv ,I I.i ,t ,, d I.| i ( w 11 untallu ... .,t .
was reply. WA to tnrtiMr. mM* H I IJ
it has effit-t. i.oiidou PftvrftU I w u 1a I'WUlrM. .r. a SI..Htatur.
Thi, Mill Infrt Man. "That colt iT'''-Mi't go to Africa. lie isgoing .
a.InuLiJUSCniNdiC}, rut a p a ii.
I lo quicklv intriniiiro It. K. 11.C i' Washington; park where hell I lia, used your valuable CIoCAItt. SINC111(1,0 MH sold *>y DrwgIkt..
ItiH'IIIK llbioil Itllr.i the KUlloUwutb = win! the next American lctrhr." I- ."! il tl..itltM'it. p 'rlr -t. Couldn't do PNAIAROCHEWINE I a.&a, orgutIn pUin. wn.I .
Iq .
\\ Illinir: to 11..11" a-I-Itth 1 -m ihateuccdthemtorsomeLimet r erpr.w :
Hildreth think. he has the i>erby nlready 4, J I u3.t 7 Ltt : ,
> -rii tiln.iii (cure into new "John." she wh:-pered. 't-'r! i nartlD> iO nrss nndamnowcornp l Ie 'Uuul&r /.au i iP
.. b.. a "III" mi. absolutely free won and is anxiously u wtiltingthe 't. ii K( 'mm tl.'n ei.'ryone 41i
: burglar: ill th- "ilrl.ti. Ilejus'.i.! 'I' 'i (li, iu tie b v; tbi it tlirm lo '
Wi..i trial treatment; I' >tinicIlliMHl opening of the winter book on the $ 'GLI""
kgauist:: ilupiano and stiu\ < !t. .. the t.1W Euw A MAKX, Albany Y.
i liilni H. It I'. quickly cure;I exent.IrlTrii Hsbect; recommendations for curr of Poorness ; YROYAL PILLS
ke\s. of Hi rod, Stomach troui 'es and General be !
-1 uU-t-r-. itL-bin .
'rnfut.eememl .
t ;;: CANDY .
b t, la, the
; 'e aDreult. strenP'hen.
...Ih and) tilniKl liuinorc.u.e. eit- "You don't say: I'll go right\ dow" tit
-* In Wrrt rh".r.. CATHARTIC (I nciics igd builds up the enure i> icm. f 'c \ < tll Ill : ,
tint f...ktfriiii>r.-., b.'iN.c irbiiuclesi Jim Jeffries will meet the winner said he. t a::.w...:'t. 1.' It K I"

>nnplf> or ..rtei,+l t'r ...ruutllI':1111' of IhlmrL..y:; Matter bout in I henver "' ih. John uon't do anyhmg! :; r >si. 22: rup llrnuiilPARIS _'I' -- l'.,i It..... .... .t, ...,. .

in Ihftl-wr joints, rlir-inn.tij-iii. cit4rrh "HashVhy.. I'm t.. li. ....
goim -i : ij: .
i: rout-iTu A i "
in cither Man-li( or Aprilhen! Jef- ii.IIM PYn ... ... I .
or any bl l.hl or -kin tr.'tibleIt.'tautc You don't he .. III-, VI.There's C YS 1.-1. -
can reiaove t. r..rugs
llb;'.d Htlui (\ B.| It. It. heil.: frll's:1"1 in l en\er recently, I he was I'tJI'II't' : n TRacl MWI. Immta7IRta A' ''''. \I..... ..........
from the .
piano house without asstsiunce IhI Il
every ."re or pimple makes thf. asked. by I H-al promoters It he wouldconsent \ r. 'II
do ,u 1'ress.
: 1'Uiladelphia
i htiMHl pure nal rich .11..1 1 1t.M'i all p I to Midi a match, and lie stated j. !

afh.. mid $piln-. llot.uiic (roost( 1 I that he would. .\ letter has since beennreUcd lots of money to be madein t

I 1 lUln IV 1. I I':. tboriMU'hly teste.if I I in which h. The Ilndnr. expressed a U 1 sever .., '
i 'a".a or (.nee Ilk iic JUt H
sign usually flneer to'
..r ;" 1.1 '14t-1'1\11 and desire "GK>tg.:: > c-in be \t-ry rude at times. a -board
strong: to meet tue winner of UK ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... I
j-rartio*. .i.i.i ti,+s cured thousand t!r light::: whicn takes
t r.I""U Up J- bopeli s. Sold ;a'' to speak last e\ening." ... hew i' I lhsan! uf C'I'" >&.
"land.i ;
ihiu.M .TO.BAC 3 nnt 'd b dn'pNO have some otter which it would'be
I' dtulore*. tl I per 1 irie! hottl KmIm r '
\ ;\ _. 'f low .!illt happen'Why. : giutti M ICKlabaceoliabtkEvery worth while CbcbI and Inj\(1i'J!:!. ,.V1'
your Go
tri-ituif wrote to Haiti
j 1 ;
,. t'o. Atljnt.i, tho Me
& 1 o\It'". 1'trp.tid. n"flbl'lft"bl":1I1C tI I Sam: Harris, I Is prepantl to matcL me, and just as I was about toumonstrate till to-morrow. | same Jvasrs: without iyxtience '

# fl' i frr advise )given. BHIIII: (. Terry McCoxern( ; against;:: "Kid" Uilgne f.e stopped me" Woman 'Jl() flyall OMUGGISn'GOLA

,I' t Hl.Kvl! lUIni 15. K. 15. \ give life. \ :: at 12: < |H>umls. r Dti:: ll(1. and bet "llow did he stop you'/" :j mtf r./ru and iliuald know W. C. MONROE

1 \ vigor f :+rttl strength U> the blot,d. rh. |:i.I.M' on the nJe. When .; flnrt >Uood purifier miide. HotaniiIMortl ( Dealer.Foley's. ( Whirling Spray = y=@
learned of this, he said he would: 1 Thenrw'ttl..lon.t.. /,.
} 1 Ililm It. H. H. pive- : 21i r'.,.. Kt-f.jff.
( take the I.avlgne;:: end of the bet. The S .4 TTOKNEY-AT-LA W
tr- MUM C .
t healthy I'.b'od I supply to the kin antf 1. Grist and Corn Meal Mills
t only 1'1'011.1011 Harris makes I is that Honey and Tar cure the p atn,,
entire iytem.TV Mi-.; vern must be successful In his! I coujh: iiised bv attack of h grippe l.k ; M1ra '. 6 F1SI1KK nVIUH G.

R.w .tu ..r k'.J. match with Dave Su11i\an. and heels the lung*. \V. A. D'Aleni-! M irh t'at rantnd/uppgth ltl.: ne! H. F. GONZALEZ & CO., Prop 1.

t !F.I lo",. hertel'1 r;. Palafox. ultra ut..nd..t.IIII'' f"f 1 it. 1.
H4>l<* ,'Ualn.rl9ae.ndiUdnrItla ]1..lIra.1 G..h ...INlt MtDOfkctc'eri
: I p. frr. AM ewnl <<'IU..."'.. .('b&tI"'l" V -- -- --- full partinj:" .t--h g.te. i|,A t in.a If Pitt Mill Co.Brick Nl'UKGlirll'iflSTOCK
? :
.j Kidney complaint kills more peo 'nabtrtoh.dir._ .11 tat I.L (0., C, .

: The mall who owns nn own pie than other dieap. Thi i i- Thos. C. Watson & Co.. Room ,. Times BIe'\ iora KKKII

Insures t nn-elf as''Utit lots o r due to the disease b..ini.I; the leading Real Estate Agents take BEST and Patronli Home Inda'try, for M t1..I.l.l'. a

( i! trouble .ind worry. Nobody cat 1 that it ;gets a good hold on rbe .} *. ill the worry off the shoulder of th e every Ioclte"d resion from you the boald Horn buy Mai your'.'at

i iiiP his rent and the rent- day ha:+ 'em before it i i" recnjnized.: Folp'y'-, owners of property, manage the PARKER'SHAIR BIGGESTHARD I lor by 10 doing you enrouragf b"tn- .
no terrorfor him. It's easy to owi 1 Kidney'l'ltrf'"iII the J... BALSAM try. Your IDJ tYllh.fllUlh" i rr '
1 1 prevent I et line of their houses, and the collection C'I_ tad fcnatitwi the hair. and you In tain IHe Indirec' y .
a h.Miie uow.a-ddye. Thos. C HI"pmt'nr..f firl l rti.pje! if taken 1i !'. '. .. '
: I of their rents n* (cnnselen .m an a luzarant fn'v4 iDfoftterlng the bom man )! 1'
WahoD & Co. eau tellyou hovu rime W A. .. Never Pai!. to Beitore Wrap L5eof labor t wIt
1 D'Alember'-e. 1'a) >. irrIc' l. a= they would\ thetnselv ;. i-r hair to eta Yo-jthful Color. I contribute to the e vdwbtCb
ea.y I. (.'all and see them. Palifox. rhir --har Curs f-a p .J. .."t ft bur.. .1'1- Lowest Price. totbeeommcnlty lo wblc.V T r
e- are very ; i- "dI''"..t IM '- tiy cootnbat to YOUr 'UHt Ii

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Big Wheat )leld... e \

WOMAN AND FASHION A Minnesota man claims that by a
Tge Best
amir careful breeding of wheat be: is going I
Flovrrri Are
to produce a variety of wheat
what you The smart girl has taken to \\'l':1rinfio"'rs will produce fourfold more than any 1&
: und neter.Fits she look, : ;
believe that
we have now. We do not
Eat (.tUIIII'I'I'I'witd! IIJ.;. Cat :rh has become such a common | this can be done, und if It could be It Uflis .
Not Ions since \'iolt.t.t'l'rl' the only disease that a person entirely free from such would ey
I is doubtful If a discovery
this is seldom met
dajjtistm: complaint
Powers permissible' for street wear.
with. It is to speak of Catarrhas be, of any real benefit. Wheat pulls
Dyspepsia Curer Now a big; hunch of lilies of the valley. nothing more customary serious than\ a lad cold, the life out ct the best soil fast enough And the Best Liquors

a simple inflammation of the nose and is i it is and one year with another Is of all kinds served by

in iks a mistake and the preparation which duplicates.t wrai Mr throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and one of the let profitable crops which Polite aad Courteous

fail. Kudul H)-i lll'psia Cure never fails: bi'cause it di- very dangerous disease; if not at first, it can be raised.\ Attendants.

,1 "ty mt IIrc's own proce..+. Its affect is equally prompt I very soon becomes so. I -
,14! aud chronic c.t-i <,t indi tti<>n, dyspepsia and stomach .e,. Tie Mood is quickly contaminated by 1'11Iot'1o a n.nhou. FULL MEASURE AND
rvkmd, I It iliuest* what you eat while the stomach rests.! the.!oul secretions,and the poison through' In placing a house let It face the

104 'n riry. Eat: all the good fond you want "We have the general circulation is earned to all j| south or as nearly so as possible, says FIlE DUALITY.D&NNHEISSER. e. .

iv i 'I I I JI>'-i>epM.i: Cure for the past two years and have also parts of the system. New England;: Homestead. It Is cooler
f iiowillan&4n4, of Valley Furnaces W. 1'a.. "and never I, Salves: washes and sprays are unsati In summer and warmer In winter than BROS. I
f r.'c are !'o contidcnt of it*; merits that we sell every I I I I factory and appointing: ,because they do ,I either east or west The
Kodol DsnenhiaCurencterfaiKCures nit reach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S. one facing AOK.NTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
rpKrw/utlguarantee.; ;
dees. It cleanses the blood of the poison sun In summer during the hottest part
All Stomach Troubles. | and elimiuates from the system all catar- of the day is! nearly directly overhead I I. f, Harper fiistej.

thai secretions, and thus cues thoroughly and does not shine In Sf) strongly: in a M ain House 4018.t Palafox street.
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!tt \ (0._Oitrazo. The inmttli'Jront-tln'.S'l timi-s tin5ft sl/e.
I i.ilniiisiifM or constipation use the faniousliltleliver' I 111 Ohlr j j lad j>ermaneiUly the worst cases. south window. In winter when low ;' lv.ll. Exchange-Opp. Union Depot.P. .

DeWitt's Little EARLY RISERS. They never griltC. :4tfI Mr. T. A. Williams, a leading -
cltant..r Bjmrtaiilmrg. S. C., witrs I ct Jeart t'.ltcbtSr" of the sun's rays. Phones 116-2CS.
pp irJ, ll.trKii Pharmacy Mduey Kahn r had a srrtte case of
nasal Catarrh. with all
the fli-Ki rrraWff cflect
I which tielnng ti that
ditr &M2AVERY
I I mate painful and r
11 I L : i.r Bne'ultiraHe. I used ,
'. ,. med.t tuespre I' 1 let.liny tin simian. *>filSKKrc heCillOf'ao AHrJ 0: I1l7Oi./"IA.t
Pad ::1 t ltd liv tijmr"
dr .' .OliE1' h
of friends, lout w thoutJCI1ILi Of
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I "? "- -
r ( thenhegantotaketi tE/ FLarcl
Sit : a'l th ie'Ift'1: ,4'" i wr
A .'frrt i n i1 i an .
.... tll.l'll, r.:' It n" 'a'-. k."" 9 I
but,lc '> IIIINVI : liS S h i-,the nnIYUlII.dn -
J nviniiset!. ': \1 i ;a"'l.lal>;rw"lI nlcure Iron Nil's, Ales, Shorels, 8w Mill and! Kieanboat anpplkE, C"otlna
of Calarrh" .
$ and risasing ;aiotes, :? ? 'i :'i+t ic1 ,.the only purely \egc -
.1 r I :ai! le 1.d:'' purifier gate: and Tinware and ilousefurnlsliing Goods.

Lau /1/I > i ? S S known and the

'b ;) Cst of all blood medicines i- dans. Pistols; and: Fhh1ng Tackle

and t..iu<'s,
1:1" III:' CiF l.ll.Ili OK 1'111.L1Y 1 If ,ou late Catarrh don't visit until it MiEN' ior Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Giant t

r '" in-'!hul-: ..I' e\in a Ptn\ --tr'r of n>-,., ,imcelt becomes deep-sedtt 1 and chronic, Lut begin :Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery heel Company, Laftin A Rand
I ; L nil oriM-iuns I war be suI'Mlttlti'i! at once the u'-e of S S. S, and send
; YOU'RE BETTER LOOKING for Ihe t'utrts.! for our book on I'.Ux-J and Skin Diseased Powder Company Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron lung: and Buck's stoves

\ I/ \\ \ '1! that, "< .11 r'jh and write our physicians about your case. and Ranges, Win. Coups & 0o.'" Raw Hide Lane Leathsr. Masnry'i Baidv
Ie' ir The girt of the mode and the momeiii t *
e I. f .. .r; THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATUMA. GA. 'Kiss Railroad Colors
I. tlowers her muff flown
\ ".} ". i ? a rrett re.& nears on 1" ;
II \ ;*r >rct" '1 lllrki'il ill between the frills of ln'lbiia r 'I' Masonic Temple. Peimcola. Fla.

!/; \ 'STRAICHT FRONT t'oweiN! in her hair (lowers on Lei \\ftl sinck T .

hat :u id tlow 'r> \pinned. at her cors.ijre.ll Wife-Are cau,ht thl;:5
'j \ Worcester I you you F. C. }mE n, WM. H KNOWLKH: W. K HYEB, JR., J. H. KEEBK.
Royal is no loli;:tr a <|llestloli of wluthel r fishV
: President. Vloa-I'reildent. Ctshior, Ati't Cashier
/ AND it is corn-it f..l'l1to wear thu\vers. Instead Mr.I (Cayfello-Of: course,

the ipieMion Ilf imjiortaiice: is. II I Wife-It smelUeiy strong

( C'' :Bon Ton Corsets w lint: new nayscul: ttusirshO Born? :\1 r. Ciijfellfi-Strong:: ? I should! sa;'First 1 National Bank

-l And there ere many iittractivu fast" It \\ as. It nearly pulled me over
I are the mat ttvliih made and they are acheap ions in lluwci'*. l'lafll.ew Y..rkrtt'kl) .

J r '1' them a* the ai the r'rer store kinds, a,k your It you drier:can'tget to i lire arranged: In one way ain,I' __ __ _

. order them tor you lilies of the valley In another and sIt 'n The "sprlnu"; InrUrj- OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

a N with the other flowors.-New YorJourual k --. ,


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As the sejsnti advances furs becum t. I I C'ift D. O. BRENT

more and more attraiti\e. The ten IfII

,, em thenuirt Fur'>, animals seems tiling to are be; l 10)toward no women longer fancy(who ims'nler effect fait'I'-r,I': .yH ft r kin r ana d mnU tZ A&U 1 !o it A aid Soho I

n.,,1 I ono ru ",, \\ n 'II ini;: ruttK'i: P.nalUh.s.i'u fully olisene the changes fashion... j.;; 9

.. .. -. \ :' '' \\.i: -liin:;toii nllielaletre rortiul.v Plat stole 1II"ll'UI'l.tTI'I'tS pntaItI 1.II. biby \II > ,. .
,1 I .s 1tl -, !-.' IOIIMT''';.IU .tliVu Tine: la jig. capes 1II''IIIl\It the>h"rt oiuread h, J ttJrWe draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britain, Ireland) j jr

'!1l" r nl!..'11 one of tin'in said to the Chuw.I'trtluu .e ill ohly alNJlli the shoulders' and 0minatins 'r_ 'Pun, u a:i lu_> tnrki-t I 'ill' n"If Germany, France, Austria, Italy. Holland, Hpaln, Belgium, Russia, Not
OenmarV and other
Sweden, European countries.
.'10 1'1'" f \ 1:1-1"1.: : ; in the front In two bug; to ruin :-1I1i1; .,y, :nod \1 ,. :u"-il! \Vi i itin 1.1( way ---- -

:: nu\ but may 1 ask if you]' shaped pieus. Capes reaihlns to tlwait ic horrid! limn nu-run 1 )I.I.> IIL'; : some fu II trVa3sel Disbursed upon the Most Favorable Terms, and thell

1 I":iiud l r.nglili; in America or ai t I 1i.1I'I'e c'nsid'td l l suitable on I l\ S<- ili'-t" mi the Itinl i in hd11 i il Obligations Taken Payable at Tort of DsBtitat'o Ten or FUtsen Dayi

,. I :,:,":" I .fur... middle m'l'il \ioiiien, '-1'1/1'1'-.111:1 n_ a I(ter Vessel Arrives there

..! "I !' :it nnl the language in China: ," re. I I j ter capes, however of sable: mink :uidamine (. A-. L
: I 1'1..1! ihiivmister.. I are UMN! fur carnage: wear :andfor i J- >J iIt., II 'LI i O"Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Connection

,1'I"I 1' "!' '- wonderful," said the fjwestionT theater wraps. Chinchilla, ermine, I... tasrtc rith which WA h vft R Prfvnt ApuftTpent for the Use

"II \-u rte! it n S W 'I1 35 I lli>." sable: and silver fus are the mo-t nutty \ 0 Q..; i f 3 .nnfoq f fB
I :. "I I'-'' it letter than you Oo" replies\ 1 fins. Th.iln'r fox ranks chest: T12\

I ;, .. v." 111'I.a. !1:111g. "iKH-suise you who livi e I in the scale, a ;:1tl.lmulT selling for a-- .

.] MI .tl'-. omit do not UM pure CDS, !: high us >7riii.: Chimhilla is becomincI 1> '1/* ROYAL STANDARDVUISKEY' '

: \ I .. t.- I! inrer and rarer. It is eked out with >
'UPnitre: : l. irn American hebitntei] of : *" (( \
1 d \ I sable and other furs in a varietv l Jgg pf" .
1 4 'I' d! i iL.' a n.
.. .. .. -iiiil tl! .' sail, "1 lIowe do mil". +- ..
t I r : : n i one season: it is a must iMravagantpurchase. : ami!. himy inserted a I powerfu.tu -- -
ii.1 \ 'i .\i'.. r'I hut I nil'.in that yeti speak] it as eorrcly t'l: the halM-s ucthrrtsin I
I V...'I Ii i \\ ,r il L !"" ll.'I'1! I as if you Lad l..aI'1I1,1 it at Iran:1r.I Ky., Distillery, and U fully matured in wood
I Colli'Cf !oil! 'lltleni For no ehn<] before
bottling. It is absolutely and
"I EIUIi..h than 1 shouli.ti fashions not liable to, pure net excelled -
i s|sak purer Children's are i'i
I I quality by any Whiskey of the !same age,
>i-- -I farm Implement 11"1'0' If I had IKH-II tatiuht anywhere in thi s I the storm anl'troIO; of their elderstoilets. no matter where produced. The Royal Htandard\
1 1'.,i''::, I I. \ )0/1.1: | Ini |I.. '' .. 'In Chin this is i
country, the minUtcr :tit! a: I"or party; occasions year : eight years old when bottled, and, considering
.; !1''' "' lnipl>'!iifiilI ,I: when we \learn KnglKh: we K-arn, pur e i just as last, soft silk with lace Inscrtions its excellent quality, is the cheapest whkkey ia

Nor I ;i.: rj' In." w'Imii-! !,! Fnsllsli.: At IIar\ard every one La'I for wee girls and ring spotted net the market at that price. As a beverage, and at

":.f 'I :$::th'+ whl'II'! '- some Yankee dial&eL"allgu1a' I for lassies over ten or eleven are or- an absolutely pure stimulant, there ia none better

i III .." I if Ullllllfliriiiir I I I I dcrcd. To Miow little white !silk mittens Shipped in cases containing no marks whatever to
'.,,' '' i! e indicate contents. If purchaser, examining
h.lII" (' (.nll. ., on soft, pink hands and arms upon
I the whiskey, is not satisfied with the he
: '" '" ,'t- Ire t I\'nt Prince r-.ini, who N the owner c,f sleeves are cut sometimes to three
can the
\1 I return
same at our and
expense money
It t Iii I : Tit'llfTnlllI! t the autiful Lake =,<,rnl. near Hom'. I' quarter length. will be refunded.

I 1'-: r5 in the very has facilitatt In every po'sible'a y All orders should be accompanied by either !:

lionv. f.irmin.1 ; rl'ltJlI! I the efforts of the Italian J'o"rrnm11to ;It For Glrli. And, of course, when poor pa cut1 incrTYLABOko '. cumnzy, postoQice money order, bank draft ore%-
!I' i- tltrailmc\ : point ...r'h raise the two galleys of Cnllgoul a I I'boohirls' dresses are mostly made that turkey Il Ir I Ihe 7-b a' press money order. We refer to First National i

I !Ia ne U-lt of the! north: I which were sunk A,1).41 off the shores'I! with bodices and not worn with Bank or any merchant in Pensacola. I

i: iiMintii'o. u r.:0'\1:: \ ron of this lovely sheet of water. Sufficient blouses. Hcltcd bodices are preferred i,

'. i-f the [H"'III"111111 threetM.iltb lias been, recovered at present to dis-1' but those who do wear blouses mostly S. A. FRIEDMAN
I '
: of tie':! 'lItl' close the astounding fact that the vesn I supplement' them by boleros, with cloth ,

I >ls In Qupstlon measure respectively :' bell sleeves hnrdly covering the elbow r
CO The frock here sketched Is of graycashmere ': l SOLE PaOPRIETORPENSAcoLAFLA.
.- 225; feet and 237 feet In length, by I
111 wn MI baJ that Their decks with the middle of the front
feet and 75; feet In width. I
',* iU:: "from of pain I' hi+ "could houl"lit I were evidently covered with splendid of the skirt enriched with a cluster of I P. 0, BOX 41$. TELEPHONE 179. it i I

ot hi! letf-l. 1'. P. P. moHalcH, and already an Immense number I iI
,*-' P-'ke I\ot j i.rtfdto. of magnificent bronze objects, rDMAI I
and Pota D.AP. __ 'I handle every class of Liquors sold, la i
I' .- '. -,. and Irvin i'n { among them a beautiful bead of Medusa bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail, at prices that I t

+ 'iya ; i are to be sera at the prince's villa, are way down.
somehow found one half got up .
Is to beorganized -
f'lin : miserable, suf-j Ia i where eventually a museum other AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
ny''rf' and IndigesI of objects In connection with and hit him on the nose, and the ";f

''.' I: time* with di1.linf'I. ; the sunken. .galleys. half ditto to ma. --

", -ll to tike 1'. P. P. at I! WJCKB & CO.
:' : ,I' ,i Just the Season For It. .
Prickly .Ash Poke i[ The Chaperon In 9ainoiuI
I .t 1 'iium' will cure I "Thoro Is nothing like choosing tha I
you I The ehnporon 19 BO lmpfrtnntI person'I
: iliiHM: .e in its incip- i I Iln Samoa. She JH the constant comj I right time for an argument"How I
i iI i so?" Plumber Gas and Steam I
.. j I panlon of the taupou, or tillage guide, ,I this would Fitter?
I potion bids covertn "Well for Instance, seem ,
whorls to entertain (trail- I
I two bottle-, of pt i i apjwilnted to be a good occasion to put forwardthe

'; .\-'i.' Poke Coot and K -r>J and show them the various sights. I i ii theory that the sun Is losing Its No. 6 South Palaf ox Street. I
r. .1 I t.ic diiea inakiivdy larch: tillage In Samoa elects a girl fur I I
: e. i heat" Post I All Kinds o
-Chicago Plumbing and Gas
Fittings Materials
that she I II Kept on Hand .
i Is
: a4 tenyearDQN this olhce and It necessary j i ,\ !
should be the daughter of a chitf. I', FKNHAOOJ.A. I.I(I.
her the HI\ I A Thousand Dollars Thrown Away.Mr. I
for by
Her house 1 Is provided
r, I ,
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:.' < Honey and Tarn village and sho is surrounded by a ; 1\\ =. \V. \V. Maker of Plainview,
\ ; J ")[ wife had lung SECTION
vaft.sure. ."opiates.. court of native pirN. No man who \'\ .,N Xeb, writes for : tiftf'Fn"I'arol.r \Ve :
trouble over
is allowed to enter ,.1l'I '
Ihes! In the village "Ii"I'1 1 '
rOACCOSPIT| tried a number of doctors and spent' O-OF-o '.
I and StlOhl: tin- sacred precincts, and the taupoup'i8 ov"r a thousand dollars without any

.N our Lifeawajl nowhere without an elderly woman I \ ':\ \$ relief. HIP was low and I lo-t all l Pensacola Florida. \

't. "r.. 1"0. ( If the taupou resigns her othcv hope, when a friend i'u-g'htetl; trying ,,
MO.JO.BAC, tie! (hilt, ran: :Il'puihtllt tlll'r damsel Foley's: Honey and lit which

v of hh: deirreo.Vheu "'- I did : and thank* l Ite to tin- great Near East Hill Electric
------- remedy it -tved: her life (she i Utronger Railway Terminus.
I kKLIM \ you lack energy: ilo not rel- and better health --- -- .-- -
.. 4J7Daiikeuser ; r-h!i vuur I uid feel dull! and -tupul.ittet than she ha ever known in ten '
.-iititu', all you need i i- a d.>-P nf \"oar"'f' ('" unberliKi's ,fiinich & LiverTtbli't honey and Tar and would I

-. 'liny will nuke you feel .... "",hI alliicted \V. A.
iiki i !.* man :at.d .n\'e'O'U an app..IIt. ...'/', .I..,.. .-...'.""-."--."tI. ;.'. :I iktho.e D'Alemberte.:! S.: to Palafox.1UU.HI1' try it. 40x137] feet at from :$75; to $200 each, accord- ,!

ik>' ,i hear. Forale; by all\ ,. ... ". ; ,..., ing to location and
a t l drur' 'i-t- and medicr.ip: : (dealer\ ti1 'I: ;:J. OL''".1 I I'I' from the Northern nod surroundings.. ;
1 1 :.,k:." ,!. "I art ,u i'j!,j-l>I .-iillJ,i..c ufa.a tort fur cotta: I !

N01H K. Ten thousand dollars worth of diamonds Exceptionally! Goorl Neighborhood, Beautiful View, ; '
I I' the been authorized to take ,
now on di-play at Mepben: High JJrij Fertile Lands. .
forVm.. Jen\ini! !!
A GKJkY AsllJltKE FKOCK. the diamond dealer. Call and examine --- ;i' n
PiryauV paper, "The Commoner. -
1.0(1 i ( in ad- small plaits. The bodice opens in U! them.Genuine The grandest
The price i* $ per year opportunity for investment ever
\'nnl'Tlw..e de-inn:: the paper taiJdle of the front on a plaited psastroii : CANDY CAt'MARTIC i-
can have it sent to them by seeding' of white silk and is rounded out at offered in Pensacola. "i
to the und(>r imeJ.: trimmed with two cashmere I
$1.00 the neck and I :'
11. M. ROCHE, : flounces bordered with white silk. t Home Seekers Should See These Lots. Ir i : I .
Care Daily News.CASTORI1i. .
The white silk collar band and silkcuffs 10e. lalia iI

are ornamented with lace appli- ... t IInItI.. -V.Clubbs I

itt Kind Yon Hate hays! que, while the cashmere sleeves are stamped C. C. C. Never sod: In bulk. I! : I
J tti plaited and the belt ia white Ellk.- Beware of the dealer who tries to sell ,.

,! by 1 Bros. elraatare Philadelphia LeJgtr. _>t?.: I "Mtncthinf jut u food" Corner Garden and Alcaniz Streets.



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.\. ''- 'I -THE'*, DAILY NEWS : principles "in exchange for a promise FRIED ONIONSIndirectly SHORT STORIES.It "STRONGEST IN THE :

I of patronage" In 1896 and 1900 WOULD
I costs $G to send a ten word message -
l. Ussred at the Peit Office at Fenimcol, does not appear to have impressed ,
the Peath of the "by telegraph from New York to
.....II MOond-cUu matter. Mr. Caused U
its effect upon Bryan's Skaguay Alaska. The 42d Annual
sciousness as it has: upon the con-I' World's Greatest General.It Statement for Year
I .; Omoi: Pitt Building 511K goth Pa1a- Cabinet ministers in Mexico receive

, T IlsTa11up-ital.. of other democrats; and his i is a matter of history that Na- 115.WU a year. In this country they Ending December 31st, 1901 of Cs

,. 1' PUBLISHED BY of a revival of "Tilden Democracy" { poleon was a gourmand, an inordinate are paid only $$.OuO. ,

i appears cold and petulant, giving! :; lover of good things of the table In IthoJe: Island nontaxpayers are required I

\ t T TEE.-lnvarlably NEWS PUBLISH1N In Advance.00. of evidence resentment and making again an exhibition the democratic -;;'( and death favorite history from dish cancer further was of fried records the stomach onions that; his his, it, I If they! to wish resister to \ote.early before Dec. 31 :I TB! Q UITAB B B LIFE A UBAH& CC t : C mn :

,j TMr by Mall_ .._...._ _J5 00 ,, people of the country because '' I is: claimed also, was probably caused Enough timber\ Is destroyed by fire In ,

JUMontbi .. .. . _. ... BUll of their abandonment of the from his excessive indulgence of i this country every year to supply all
I CkrMMontbi .".. ....._, IB"0M he this fondness for the odorous vegetable. the pulp mills though these can turnout I
IA + 9M Hontb .. .._ "" peculiar doctrines endeavored ,, Assets
"ae Carrier payable Monday IB { to force upon their acceptance 2.::.tI .OUO tons of paper a year. $331,03S,7S :

t as democratic principles I As a consequence of artificial propagation : Reserve and Other Liabilities 259,910.0 '

: '. THE WEEKLY NEWS: the yield of cod In the coastal : %
little credit
which reflects upon
i j Maine and New Jersey -
waters between --

, \ ;.; '.Publehedecer7...|*free.I Friday tll.W\per| ,ear I, either his judgment or his democ Las in ten years increased :.) per cent. Surplus (From which> DiYitoDto s are Pail&!b) S 71,129,04
racy. There are now more than l.loo pulp i

I I erasing Rates Furnished on Application.4H'h and paper mills in the United States.

LOCAL FKKIGHT 1UUNAUhCIii I Itt They Use about l.OOO.CNHlHK) feet of : Paid to Policy-holders in 1901 S 27,714.621

: ) LAST MCIIT lumber a year. The sawmills consume New Insurance in 1901
j ,912O8 1
tk I twenty times as much. ; ?

; : with Local big freight timber train from No the 23,Century loaded I Officials of the Chicago. Rock Island ; Total Ins. in force Dec. 31, 1901, 1,179,270.72c

; and Pacific railroad lately furnished

mills, was wrecked shortly after 9 transportation from Chicago to Peoria I

: :\ f TELEPHONE NO. 118. i o'clock last night at Roberts, 12i on a ticket issued in 1SC7. It was an Notwithstanding the greater financial strength of ti... *"" ,,.:', t '
\ i miles north of here. The wreck
.: emigrant's; ticket, but it bore no limit + greater security which its policy-holders thereby enjoy tit-: It a I II I ... }

i 111 i 1 : ; PEK8AOOLA fEB 19 1902. truck was cuused of one by of the the heavily giving way loaded of ing date and was transferable." LOW and GUARANTEES better than given by other C"II\:|' ,,L.. _

\ I Il cars.

:t't I The heavy freight i train was just ( Something That Will Do You Good.
t 'lui. few newspapers which affect ahead of train \o. ;>, due at H o'clock ,
1 wisdom of would have it the I We know of no way in which we
't I to believe in the perpetuating but as ill-luck KNDTffLES BROS. Gen. Agents
be of service to readers
r I can more our ,
: the follies\ and errors of break occurred at a put which.several.completely than to tell sheet of somethingthat ,
oil for '
r the campaigns of 1.lIi! and IStoU are j shut pas-age did I will be of real good to them.' 309 S. Palafox Street PEXSACOLA. FLA.
hours and the U o'clock train not wholesome !
The onion is undoubtedly a -
: w fond of referring to the "milli 1l.;" :, arrive here until early this morning..1| article of food, in fact has I For this reason we want to acq aint j
them with what consider of
t vl democratic voters who "endorsed" Train Xo. 2, leaving at 11:05 I o'clock) medicinal of we one 1
held 3U minutes at the depot many qualities value'l the very best remedies on the mar- the benellts( of projrre S::;."i. UU'IM: : iu \riii s ?
the disastrous fallacies of was : would be aith'cult to
I but it ket for and .
coughs, colds that P" "ive COMINGKVKNTScat
and po-"ible was given
f. democratic platforms of those as soon as more indigestible article than fried'onions alarming The prettiest launch i- :
the complaint, croup.Ve!- their
the of north. She' made I
right way are Launch. I Hi foot one-H. Pruns
and to
people they
a They manifestly strive to with dllicllltA '. many fer to Chamberlain's: Cough Reme shadows before, '*o dll
years. her connections; no \ '
\but the onion dues' fit, The Run
wreck simply poi-on, dy. We have used it with such good bright, warm very
i" I that those millions were composed I soon ut word of the days in
forget the
not Maud alone in this respect. Any results in is one adopted by the 1'1
our family so long that it the
February announce
chitlly of democrats who reached here, the wrecking tram article of food that is not thoroughly; ican Expo-ition in> '
a necessity.I ; of andthis
made and approach spring,
voted the ticket because it was the was hurriedly up got digested becomes a source of disease; I its haven't they are the be-t, more rah t'
prompt use we Ijke
\ at Jir.'W: o'clock.0 local engines any ; Sprin:!- :
i \ away and di-comfort whether it be fried doubt but that it has time and any other ; they are -imj ?"
ticket of their party and not became having; been immediately again causes the CYCLIST to .
and .
nions; or beef ;;teak. w.rthIr. full gu.iLippni'it. -
: they "eudor-ed" the platform 1! available, one of the big; M.( fc M. engines The rea-on why any wholf-oms prevented croup. The testimony is turn with delight to the Brothers, 1'o.IV&IIII.I';

eLtiret '." These [ which had just :arrived was i i.b 1- given upon our own experience, and lumbar room, pull out
''I 111 their food is: not promptly digested that are agents from tilllIIallufII': ur
we suggest our readers hHlHCYCLKwhere:
she rushed especially it
j .'iiiillioin" will ,..carct'lyJe\ per- ;, the I're.etlltlto powerful service crane and to the, ,..efne.f col.u-e the stomach lacks some ime' those who have small children h,is been stored away all and carry a stock of these .11
portent element of digestion; --ometomachs times'' ; size ; 1*, ft.. 21 ft.. :1. ft
in their !homes
into always it
cuaded or dragooned repeating. the di-a..t..r in le-s, than ;.W minutes. keep winter with the intention -
lacks peptone others aredetielont Kind[ to b*' shipped at
a aunt'
for a third time, the mierab.efarce. ':, The: railroad people were-o quick to in still others ( as a safeguard again croup.-Camden of resuming those
n-a-tric juice, i! (K. C.) Me-semrer.For gale all notice trial given to any tale wills
by ; morniut in-
which has twice threateued have the track cleared that the ensgive early spring ;
lack hydrochloric acid. to purchase.LiriMAN.
and druggists and medicine dealers.Gnnd : ,
was not turned around ran \'HnratilJl! health-giving
of the The one thing to d>> in I1RnruFl.-
the detraction party orgamatioti. :
-- -- --
all the oakwards.No. rides. He looks his old
way any case of poor digestion! is to supply Dllltf 11
25; w"aan extra train and was Ilrnrloil Hunt hoillm. ; friend over and if it i H a
these elements of diaeitionwhich
= to bring train load I There thuisanils, of 1'.1,1.\\ Columbia :Monarch or
run expre ly a -tomach lack and nothing are gout
the -
1 ;MflllOl: All kinds of biultlt-r
Itun"r11g'Iddelr: 3.t of timber from the Al er-Sullivaumills. : does this #o thoroughly and :'afe-j In this world who hating very littlt Crescent it U sure to Wall

t The HrooUyu Democratic Club\ It had left Cf'ntllfIt" 6 i I ly as Stuart's Dyspepsia 'tablets.1)r. I trouble in managing their own afffirs( right, save, perhaps, a hardware at rock both'i'.

cvlrbrateit la-t week the anniver- p. in. and was a very heavy train. Kichard- in writing; thesis i hpeiul tlieir leisure hours in lIIaJ..ill puncture, or maybe the prices at the Y///.V flatware
tires old and have
; I II The extent of damage to I'rupl'rtycould are
t { fry uf the birth of humuel J. Til- ,, not be learned, !but no one was on treatment of'p-ia and indiKfstion I plan,] for their b..iglt.imd romstj done good service, and Co's.BANNER.

which closes bit remarks by saying tote thenisrhcs self tipiHiinti-d general j jwa hf reltlt'
den with a banquet to manydietiugutilea hurt "for those suffering from acid in
---- -- -- -
democrats 1 i : lingers of other men's hus.nioiv Tun DAILY NEWS that SALVE.Ihe .
were invited -
I AM IMKRKSIIM: : MXTCII dyspepsia, shown by our, watery 1 .
1 I Anylhiug insitlvrly aggravating : most healingeelvelnthW rd
; i pome of hum were unable to risings, or for tlatuleut dyspepsia
I i <;.\)": 01- (JOI.K 10MOKKOW than the tli-clo-urcs of these
attend. Among those were UroterjClevelaaU shown by gas on stomach causing i iI
i heart trouble and difficult breath-I schi'liu's can hardly lit' cuinfUetl nln-n B. Bruee

Hichard Oluey uuU I A match game of Golf will be ins, as well as for all other forms of they are iota to ivtu-i-nt, thinkiimpersons I The sappy Horne 'e'/'f/

David H. Hill who ntut their ;: played on the local links betweenthe ':stomach trouble, the safest treat- I who are wing every Tort( to !

regrets, accompanied by sentiments hours of 3 and G tomorrow after- '! inent is to take one or two of Stuart's'" otitiol tin circumstances whUh surround furnished home. Marst' n
of and calculated 1, Dyspepsia Tablets after each meal.I them to the l lest aihant.To
worthy -
,, noon which will be well worth seeing I advise them because they contain was putting on a $ Quina can supply
to renew the taith of democrats .. I' have roncentratcd every energy to the YOI
: as the players are the most expert -: no harmful drugs! hut are composed I Ii New Highest with all
amendment of adverse intltii'iiiTS! and needed in the
: said Jualitv. MOJUiAN fe u'ual
t'vt''l'laud : golfers in this section. i lof valuable digestives which act I I

'u.. time N lieu the lit-iifllcfuce and sufficlrue I The participants will be Mr. Frank promptly upon the food eaten. I',': then have collie eager cnerjretic friend i WRIGHT double tub of house furnishings at the

I I ) otlbv principle of purr Uviuucrucyd : Harrison of Liverpool, one of the never knew a case of kdigestion or come upon you MuMenly. .} ask >'ou. tire for |;5 per pair and owest prices cash credit,

_WiU"" llirin&fi\c. no pluiuly to our champion amateur players of England even chronic dyspepsia which Stui iniuh as if waklmr jon from a lethargy I guaranteed, and decidesto or

t 4 I''UIIU 11I"11 Nhu ..100 t' .nndnt and Mr. F. R. :Meade on one i art'8 Tablets would not reach." "\Vhy dull run do thus anil sot' send hisold companion -

s'a liuir V.bell deiuucrulic opportunity sopaJpatily .side and Me: ,.,.rs. L. Hilton and F. Cheap cathartic: medicines claiming l II a sc\' >re test at jour temper and down to friend HRUCE: [ KCHOOI, til'ITMKH

4 KMMIU iliuir>iurd> uiul cuiiiiatenlajtiH. I W. Marsh: on the other side to cure dyspepsia and indigesjtion :. jour affection for the eiH eiker.I'.ut and have it cleaned up :'
i that I have effect whatever inactively : and a pair of them fine \t C, V. TlininpMon'H N II. H Houtt
.ey.It la rtipruull) appropriate Mr. Harrison is also one of the can no after till it was kindly meant ,
t I tiu v.Uo prulniis our party faith etiuuklfrlrUmm leadingtimber merchants of Liverpool | digesting the food and to I tires put on, all for foW.He ; 1'aUlox.
and these ii I..l hearted lm-jbodn' .
tins HUiiurtsurj wub enthusim. and i is the guest here of :Mr. call any cathartic medicine a cure I II I al=o knows. that the Besides the standard line of !sta
whose "fad" iu the of their
1 1 ., Hi niiy rlturt to put (lie Urmocraiicni Martin H.Sullivan. i for indigestion is a U1i-nomer. I regulating I work will be done right; tioufry we have, iu tints, with envelopes

it1 I |> U"oll H. true cuur-t?. light HUU inapnaIKJU I ____ Every drub'gi-t in the United', friends fauiilles meant to lend you u and at once ; he won't to match :

i will l>.* utToruVd by a cuntriiiplatiun u( He Kept His Leg. States and Canada ells t Htuart's Dyspepsia helping' h.unl. \\> are taking away have to make two or three Royal Crystal Hond.

I the c..r ut the great leader wtio, resisting I Tablets, and they are not only what stands to them in the place, of a trips before he can get it. Hurd's Holland liond.

rtrry .UI.UK ii of Hartford. Conn.: scratched his I I calls the
the lost scientific of treatmentfor o'clock hou..ebnv.t.'ud.hi.cvcledown. Foreign Mail Ktc.Artists' .
IrttillBBll) lolluwi-d the old andeaduIaraivtdtuucnncduttrluraud : any ; 1 lever when we refuse to li"h'II.-J t'wI
leg with a rusty wire.. Intlammiti'in ,
{ kal indirection and stomach troubles.TO I York Post Material Ofllce S",
'* ,b..t.Nhu &iu .rrrlj mbur fur a reluiu of and blood poison set in. For i j: gives instruction over plies, Meinoranuum Hook. Ete.All .
Or mot I ul 1C Uoi'tnue Hiul those ubu bin- two years he suffered intensely. i\TKltr.\lN: 1 Ht: telephone No. ;'Jsi)-I will new and bright.
t, Then the bt.-t doctors urged amputation Thousands Sent Into Exile. have a good ride in the
Crlratrir lur arfturuol ck-iMocrnUc triumpb .
"but" he writes "I used one IMJKSS! ASS.OCIT10X I Every year large number! of Iii') ,rruiru-. -
> auinirllUrlr Uuiiirt hope andwnrouiiKriiirtil ,, pforI
bottle of Electric Hitters and 1'. sufferers whose lungs and Cast e"
111 it-fulling tb VLCturiraeau are sore Credit
under HID tiauUurd wbicb !.aiuud J. boxes; of ucklen' Arnica Salve :lI.iililY The special committee of the I racked with coughs are urged; to go ) or l I

Urld mull.Mr. leg was .1- -ouud and well a; Young Men's Uu-ine League, appointed to another climate. Hut this is costly

1'iiiiru ever." For Eruption-: Eczema, at the January: meeting: to I and not always. .ur 0. 1),,n'tbean fi1 lure at Marston
: OIUI' wrote : Tetter. Salt, Rheum, bores and all exile when Dr. King's New Di..cov- I IN1'.t are the lowest.

NS lib+rmuclJ.'I'Ildrn. llie d.UncmrlrAllrrlt'atI blood disorder? Electric Hitters hano arrange; for the suitable entertainment ery for Consumption will cure you at \

iilral*-gut vruiiiciit only! by cuu- rival on earth. Try them. \V. of the Florida I'reiA"suci.- I home. It's the' most infallible<1- t

...0101 lli* KuvrineU-uu UtlattutNUhuUL A. D'Alemberte.\ I 121 I S. Palofox'treet tnm next month held a meeting, iciiiH for Coughs, Colds, a nlall/ ; :l .' ..1 \\ hen Your .loliim are Mill j 1

Irprr.rIllrl.<.n+ our ructpl fur till actual wits guarantee.illfaction or with all of the members present at Throat and Lung diseases mi earth. .\.,,u. ""> 1<. and your imi-elM ,ore from .'. j.
1I..t.'III.- "IU..III-I.roOIl,1 Illlrrt) refund 111CJII" '. Only oO cent:. The It 4 I
first lose brings relief.) Astounding
.ml ..I Mni-i'ti Itm.tfil uiil)' t>> urJjoflulllUf --- -- the otIiC of unit C. It. Parkhill.': <0: ;;l;:l3t rhpumatisui, when you -li,;
cureresult from
per.-i-t- sprain joint, strain
1I1'II\I'II'IIIt V chairman, tin- morning. u your i
Ihr. "blrb II 11'\\-1.1 SlKOllKiniO: : \
ups if'
f n.t use, Trial bottles free at W. A.I'Alemberte's,1"1 I bruise yourself, Painkiller
After i
under gut,o I uin. iu fur ill VMlllvui -otiiH iiiformal I di i cu ion.onniotion w'
roil t'HlII.YIjllf :! H. Palafoxtreet.. 4a,. I out the soreness and fix
of 11 Ir. i
Jno. ((1. Ward, aub :, t" you
IUMTUIMII fur cutler tuUiiMuHt-
1 'rice oiie and $ ( ) ,
I.IMI. Every bottle ajilfy. have I
1 Always
i -t Innntittre of two Me- r-. n wi"
..... illi Uiiur
llifi.iinitial liviuii
.. Mr. N. C. Goodwill and )II" Maxim Ward and J. N. Andrew'waap guaranteed. ( t\o : and u-e it freely. Avoid -.ul.1thuf'i.
|>rlllCt|>lrk b) Ntot ptllllUi IICIKM1 ll> tlIK .
Elliott it is. announced will playpecial pointed to call on the major city but wne Painkil!;. i
anil puiaicul "- >irunun>
fcuitliil |
,council Chamber of l.cHuml'rceIId: : t iMllunltlril.The ;t '//1/r: (" DaviPrice 2"ic. and ,AL11 -
lie ilrlrllllllinl llluUICll tt \iiiutlull III a : engagement illthi.. city on 'l( ; .'? 0>- ,
other local: organizations! : uiMte teething of niokcry in the Ins -
our iuiiii4iltoiriiiiirut may nut yet IKon Frul. when '' 1
liM>t. Ibf plan iniilfiit. i.I tile pollcic* ty night they come to u- them to appoint similar committees! iMurd hools sometimes notiipIHVciated I i O. B '1." 0 n. :=: A .

1 aid l IllrtlfUlti ill lli. uiilinukiil 1'.1) miivelb with II. V. E-tnond's delightful to co-operate with this committee.On Ly' ulnae \\ houiilil !bew.t Bfanthe he J kI v' fI.- l'AQylnattue ;; ,'

.. coiundyVheu We'tr(' TwentyOne. motion of Mr. F. \\'. Mar: h aubcommittee iH-ii'-titdl by it. The teadier ..f High Living A
wul blrrr ul tlir Pyalllall "ur 1 a to ilc- "
:l'm my beautiful things h'ive of two- MerMarh -. /fft+ ?
'trey the UlfH4 ",111<'11 Nrrr OUf the |>< Clll-' ; ;, one of these s,'In MI.s teientl.letviveil. .. orFotev's
been written nfthe-i--tars concerning and D. Hale \\'ikon-waap is po-sh| | at low cost Our pairus "
1.11I1..IJ.IIIII'-\III..I..U pniplc Iud HIP tin- r..lluwill; letter of protest.: "M\I I
their of the are
portrayal leading: pointed to consider plaits of entertainment partit-uhrly well fed yet none
U.> <>! v.bit U liinkf. ci>"t>ruinriitHl turin utb411Ik5htutuuald. )M.irx Ann is not going to !I" could be
rules ill this exqui-ite love-idyll.! To estimate cost of same and a MraitI : uccu-ed of -pending( too Kidney Cure

turdrmacrnlcparty.r1lhl dose who !iaveeeu: it- pre-entatioi, dcvi-e ways and means for meeting I wants her to be. a lady, and the less much) money ou the "inner man' II ;
buur .....1 il H crit.ciil"i;.. vl the makes kidneys and Lliddcr!
th" announcement of its coming! ;\ will the same. i -he knows 1 of how to cook victuals: the IAt,! right.KICK'S ;
net / rl u.,*. .'"u iii no oilier Yo n>' drrn.' so be
received with
pleasure and to Mr. D. Hale Wil-ou wa chosen \ Jdlt'r.'It'n I sent my gil to theIMKIII

"t'li.1 tbr cuuuir) uuU ut tb! buumu ruceHI tho-e who have ne\erseeti Mr.Good. treasurer and the cominitt, a'l- '; school\ I did not expect: ( !she "a., The' 20th (Ccnliiry i

1.) II'"nil 1111 lilt Hi llllpKlmici- Uif viu11lralurr. : win and Miss Elliott in this play the jouriifdubjtct to be called togrtlier'I0 -+ +:.A T.:.....
; i t.. be taught uiiiigintie] '
lir and di- going; ; things
our Ainvtifitu > by !
4. p > fuming: in their best, im- meet the --cretary of the fret- like. He\tallraJlt! = :;
cl..IIUIt lit uiiwHM-riiuciipo-ilii.n la rrrq' perointionhould, b>< an induceinent a-..i>ciatioti, who i expected to vi-it ;i

alh'IIII't lurliiniUHl* or riiutsculali them.qtr. ,, for them,) visit the 1)1.1 ly dou-e. fell-acoll: in a few d.lys.i excellent meals are served at !

IL III's -poii-e\ r was in part a- -- I II \\lil.lllntc.l a very rea-on-ible price. '! '

iollows.: The Last Heard Of It."My As a method <>( prolonging, life and l Thufond i i- .if the fine-t quality
I i Don't Let Them Suffer. i iOft..11 ; i
I i U.M )I I. lildcn well nuit !ulunatelyhMI : little boy totk croup one sirl'IlcthruingtLehumaiifrail: : ,' against well cooked and well-er\ed. Dining
children are tortured with sickne-''; \\ liil and n (l &nl'it bun.- out* ..! HIM (oriiiiotmm night: and -oun grew so bad you e beyond .ippointed and comfort ,

"I hIS I'...... wliunr un-inlipil career rcAntrd could hear him bieathe all over the itching and burning eczema and compare; I'i-M'lopment! of clii-t and l lne. able. !I

j i' cri'dil umu lliecouutr) and honor house," says F. D. ReynoldMan.- other .kin (x-0,1.0 s but Hucklt>u'- ..I, uaiscles is one of the Fpe-c.ul; ad-l I'l.iine 171

/ uiwubl.part\ our party" i.huulil profit field O. \Ve feired lie would <11... Aruic.iSiUr heal-the raw soreexpels .'. '!, \: cuiuiiil for the exei-cSe!

t the which lit Cough Cure quickly rf'li"\'I',1 him Restaurant i !!
nmiblMiii prllliMplrn
i-li-.ip. tliernoalve' on earth :a- fur' a :goal whistler as it m not |In Tmissilile 21 llj S. Pal ifox 1'5t.I .
r, x11.1 .'ballJI".I lu tii+. ptiblir papers and he went tllll'l'p.. That's th'-
"t .'"ol. Fry it. Cure guaranteedOnly : :<> draw in the breath e\ct'!piilnrnu
la-t heaiil the
..lid uprrtlirt nuil okfll i li'niplihi-ij infau we, croup. Nowisn't -
t' A. D'Alemberte'
: the Intervals of the sound
i cough like th valuable produetiun. .
a cure it
t n.rlt lpII\"t..I&I.* 12:!! .. 1'al:itoxtreet.. I Tilt; 1'I.Il'TIltInu: : ;: ; IIOI' ,F:
Mr. w. J. Hr ',HI also sent his repteU "One Minute Cough t ure i- ,,
--- --- ! .
exprr--,1! iu four line-, and l For i-oughs, coKN.actly. -croup luau mrulate grip. :.N01ICK.There tli. salt.V .. i I II II I I

rt cli'-td copy of an editorial. inwhiih hr inchitis and all othtr throat and "\ hat will 1 talk about?" remarked EXTRA II
.t will INDUCEMENT-: TO ITR.UHA.lKRS Oysters
he in all
troubles a meeting who Ii-ad I !been called I styles'I
7 the following appeared : lung It is a certain cuie a man mi uuexpeitedly : OF
of Mt. lloreb K. A. ;
Very plea-nit to take. The little or+ ) \ at banquet nod
A l.rtjr niu l IIKXH priuciple- it can a uitutallyrrojHHl I
MI this
.... ones like it. H iritis' e 4r Chapter Short orders promptly
I Ia..r no ..1. on public rtnind'Mici'. and Phirmacy 7 M: I),,' ( for sonietlnng to ay. PIKNOSThev
1 h( w ru n ci'imiirnJ it* pniuMple-<'tl..r John sheppard. :Sidney Kahn: s e, : order of H. 1'. "Talk about a minute:" was the re- have filled!

I I 1\ IbaD l>> tBiittuii; (>y brur NS !ho will bllf' \'" E. W. 1A: lIEHS, joiinler! that came from a nimble wit- New over three carloads of
F. Krawner ha
Upright Pianos
bought the to select
if frotn.
entire -
thf crrrd of a party the party
Ultb iUntt in n-mly to lisrlrr awe> (be cr..110 line of Jouth..' anll boy s'clothu.g I :.secretary.F. teil hap .at the other silo of the Jiuiug The Old Favorites "If .\:-; Il.JI: A Best the market

I i :' for a prim... of patn.nasr: { of the Levy-Pou C..'= stork and will room. -liwton Journal. HACHLester" and hSin pr"
i:1! acillnungCuur.tnot clue them out at lei" than factory B. Bruce will send an expert Pianos are shown in profu.ionall"tries affords !
I ballla5. b..II..tlllo\ mechanic Food Changed To Poison.
to residence otHce !
your or
co-t. Call and woods
rriTUit..kulitallrnlatrs quick. to select from. In
I only ( mto and do kind of lock. key trunk Putt in tl.e
any efyinzfood intestines > Piano Players they have the Famous Private parlor for
,uddrl"r Nar \.INan. pnrlthat The remnant of the Heinberg or door work you ned ; call phone produce* eflf-ct. like tho-e of arsenic l.ROW1'1.: .\ O and
.... ap hllber. puriHv.* than tome Us own Bro=. & Cn.'sgrocery stuck will be :3s) but Dr. Kiupw; Life Pills expel ORCHESTRAL: : whole dinner parties.
ItdenelNen die. orchetiaat
to the -
IH(IHIM" ---
t hi. will til sold by the as"Unee. F. E. the p'Ji."n.. from clogged; ; bowel*, the command of
tin if ni'inl
'f "IIID' to IM for anyone-no
that 'li
I t party..k..r a last c..u.e "!ll bet'au'e merchants and consumers sacsrflceprices. : Twentieth Century Medicine. ;gently easily but surely, curing : knowledge of mu ic required. An I
lb. (
toingfa-t call Hilioune-s
: quick. Constipation Sick exhibition
.... toli\*. Cabarets every day. Also the I
.n. Cathartic
II Candy
are as Headache. Fevers, all Liver Kidney Celebrated: "Apollo" and "Ceciliau"piano Mobile Oysters
.'' : >. to be odious depend far ahead of .
I l'\\ml\jfI"tllI. ancient pill poisons and ard Howel troubles.: Only 25cat'w. players. All of the above instruments

'i r I I upt'U the spent exhibited b}' thoewho1 The Non-Irritating liquid physic as the electric light of A. DVJemberte'-:! :S. Pala will be sold on ea.y payments I I'KLIVKRKHTO ANY

uth'rH1c. are to be cotnj the tallow candle. Genuine stamped fox street. if desired. Call early for PART OK THE ('ITVI'H.TJIT..

pants. If the matter and spirit of Cathartic C. C. C. Never sold in bulk.: All first choice. i FNE .

j ',I Mr. Hr .:tu'p re-pon-e-utf.-r" by coml druggists, Ice.l11.'aning NE\V i\ STYLES in Parlor THE CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE.

1 l>4iiM>n with the other quoted, thelault K:,.?v tot ike easy to operateHood's ladies skirts land Bedroom :j I THE>> UNION( RESTRURANT.I .

u.u-t lit with him. The and waists The finest! line of umbrellas
in the
15 one of our !apecialties. Star Laun at Mars- !
Frank L. Wilde
''I l>. tiJi>uuirnt ,>f true democratic Pills iry. city is at J, I. Stephens'. Go look ,
$ Quina's.
: at them. j
1I Proprietor Opposite Union Depot.



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H. FAIRCHILD, LOCAL NEWS( NOTES WINTER REST Dr.The Bersen Hlffbrtt and Dr.Balloon Surinj Altitude of tile hers I SEME- t I

1r 110LH'FEIt En. Hn Meteorolocical institute reached In We grow annually nearly a million row plant Fm
1. We have for sale over one thousand different 1
.Sl ROMAN" STREET. 1 a balloon aM-ent the highest; altitude varieties We want you to know these roses,
,,1 ( I ''VILL BE REBUILT on record. They first! \\'\'Ilt11' to the and to this end we hate selected some varieties
i Ktf nulling Furniture a Lend jo.r,(',.., f+.r rrntn--oia and rifiiutg. \ color form and hardiness, com- .
II' .. height of 30MM( ) feet losing; ('OIIS<' UU- truly great In
llna f' ...'h', Thurtilitt '"ir 1/11.1 rolilir I Our Greet Trial CollrctloD-
5, n lorry J'I I lu-fcs for brief interval! In spite of the prising
(<> tru fa ( to snathra"I n>in>> tht/ting north ,
--- "tit .1/anniHm fr.i/M>ruure tff-AerJay, 5<> dr I risk they continued to ascend to ; ,-
R. K. WHITE, v": miiumuia m last JJ hours, :::!, J The burned portion of the 7W feet when one of them becamecompletely 16 D. & C. Roses SI.OO
unconscious and could\
The tHaiiis'hip Santa uderi no {i'! exp 1 ful Winter Rest will be beauti-I' These! roses will bloom profusely this year and continue
1'&bufllfturlnK Jr'ickr.ehitr ..ctd (in port tomorrow to take as soon as the insurance be aroused. The other :aeronaut after throughout the season. Th..vare all dliUrent kinds, no two
i. I making a effort in theale .-rl lalled. Mronp.wellruoted panls.ou! their
bunker coal. ; great oiieninj g colors alike prop >
()|>ti< iun, have been allowed, which will perhaps j to nroots-not klip*. we send this 4'oll"'UolI. posUgimid.. to i
\ descend also became inseiisiMe. i- gmferelooked
a 1'.1. The .team<>tiip 1'enaacolaisdueto-: i be within the next few days. and neither of them recovered till any at any addresssattrhtetlonandsate time,and forwarded at the arrival proper pUiitinetteaMiii. or when

morrow and will load and return'IuunedIately. An insurance man said this afternoon the balloon dropiH-d to lliIJI"; feet, at direct. Mr. Seymour. K. Frasick E.', Koche-U-r N..\.. writes' :..
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Piitflvr. that the aggregated damage j the eud of an hour's time. TourcP1-,.. sad ,.rr."I..11 a l-an-1.. l .'.n... ,a i' '" "' ,.en.....

t Tit" !otpaU1hip; anna and Wini- .llT f, al.. lid* .mtrww I:"**.t rUI......
FKFK i 1 1I w > T i
\ > .ir" old. luitii il. would hardly figure! over $3,000: ;p hrvrrlM .. .. ;
: fred are both due Friday. Thearl'coui'Ut'd t" / '....10..'.. 'M"antl...saldar.LCi. t"' -.I Ii* ''1'IIIS. )
while the Marriage In irabia.With iwit itr-lrt1.1''-'II'd YOU nirntiau"it< yi .i M. Itt.adv.1ue.
Tinntollur on
amounted : \
to .
policies just .
!: to the Gulf Transit Co.Tht i limit I k. 1111,1 luny.l I dllion .f Our bra I. .101. I. !( .
,-ible ivn.w." h- twice that amount. The repairs it''! the Arab a lira cousin of the I (..h...... 1141"flews-tell.iu.winemwand/ _. .nl-. ... vut laiminiiiittUvtlitrrt.iwHmwirib
,,. ., iilievtryoruerItnf
re will be Herman Lenten service gender! sex holds an option on the : >'l"\.J( iw
.> p; trt fnun any is understood, will be made by the rvr aN'Vtliw> Trrr ... miuf-U Ak fur It.
at the Lutheran church to- 'I young man. and if he desires to wed
i'if child UN tact.IIIIIrrllatiUU insurance THE: DINGEE: A. CONARD ,
nUht I1t.:3Uo'clock. J. F. W. Rein- companies affected and outside of the faintly he must tirst renounce West Grove, Pe""a., U.S.A. ....
IM !hardt.!
will be commenced just a+ soon as 1 her and secure his release 'Ihe K.l.bll.btJ la:'0. 70 .rr
jtranJtuvth The mantel at the residence of i, the claims. have been adjusted. next in line Is his deceased brother's

lunr Mr*. O. M I. 1'ryor. 72:{ North Alcaniz Mo-t of this big;; figure; was done by ': widow. As! Arabia and Turkey are

I;I .Ut't't. caught fire yesterday, but I the Hoods of water which were I'Olyjjamous countries ihere is often a

wi* t'xtilJl'ui..hed by Mrs. Proyor I chance to provide' for several who ,
1 without the aid of the fire dtpartm 'I thrown upon the burning buildingand may i," ce, = r----
have first claims on the bridegroom.Woman's .- 't I ::: ri
b w.tlon which
"t H Inot. lIt ran through in torrents, !
; rl I Mi- i causing great rents to be made in Home Companion. 'i If you buy them from [,

.<- frutu Li-ax- ,I :tire\::.':! ,\\11.1"Emma lea-eil Ke lielmont>t !Parsons hotel the street' Knowles destroyed, manager, where house she by ofV'iutrr |:i i"I''t iI !'j|by the:; wall any finely The means plastered water what pressure it ceilings should was have aud not ]I I j| He had Why taken He pains>e>er when Tired.he appliedfor .j m BOSTON SHOE( STORE( r TALK II ij OVER

will entertain !I' been, and at some of the nozzles; the work to assure the farmer that he E
:1"i I hilly funny as many of her former
stream would not reach certainI never pot tired When his new employer
.'I. wt-tins.; jour boarders as possible. I I I places! of the building. This made went to the field where he had, put l--1 .. .they are good !.... J t E (
1ur1 I lines. The government dredge General necessary a trip to the roof in every
the man at work, he found him lulling T T7TTTT,7r .. .
C. H.Cout-tockwaycoaledye-trrday case and the tire thereby gained': -
,I.. I ..I..... afternoon by1.. 1'. I'almes, after much headway.The on his back under a tree.
"What docs this nll'an'?" asked the of the
themselves has
'"flll in the which she went into the stone dock: entire amount of insurance' AMONG brought many

1 Hi.- \.-n at the navy yard to be brushed up.She carried on both building and property farmer. "I thought you 'WI'l lUau 9

",t tied 11 : will begin work on the bar to. represented a value of $", (IIO. who u(>\'(>r pot tired'f =. best dressed people to the conclusion that

h.II.. .... morrow. while the building alone was valuedat "I doti t." said the hired man calmly. ... .

i i.., -f.iuil |;,,. 1 he arre-t of two German: de*('rt. $Watson I2. NkJ. The agencies represented "This doesn't tire 01<.'." %:f Shoes that fit are thoroughly fashionable
bv & Co. carried ( 1
H.MJl.lj; by
ing *ail..r-> by Deputy I'. Marshal \
!) ) ut.II KnowleHros.
.. .- Wharlt\lIltlial Deputy :SherilT Kelly der-on & Dorr., SaiHK?:!(, UThe and by latter An- A Mrcilii Hint. 4 and full of wear, and that can be bought I
A little girl went into neighber'shltusc :
thi< morning.,usedalot of excite'uifnt a
't'1 1 amount was on the personal,, I
on Hijl)"-treet wharf where property one day, and some apple parings '
,nil\ In of ai.1't'un"" the proprietress. at a reasonable price, there are none to
the two -e.niifii were found. Theyw and t-everalof the A lay on a plate on the table. After sitting
1 gale-t number
v'I w lucked up. of guest, who cirrird no ir.urance ; awhile slue !said "I smell apples" to compare with those at the
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1 he meeting! of the executive committee at all were I -(,r" to no iuconidprable "Yes, the woman replied "I guess
is. < Ltt torn'irrtiw ni !ht promi-e<,; to <, :amount but the .txjct individual +I you smell these: apple parings' ; on the

|I., i.larru. be one not devoid of high! interest, lo-ses could not be a-cer- [Platt, : '."

,t'S lit u" the meeting called fur the pur- tained.i "No no," Mid she, 'taint them I II Isnitll.

I 1.\\-. po-e of rccouimending to iov.. JeuUIUK' The notice had about I 17 rooms and i I smell whole l1'llt's Boston Shoe Store

., fM appjintmeut ucceor,, to wa filled! with toun-t. and
the late Henry Crabtree supervisor{ resident boarders. In addition to ,
TO :
SNXI'I'KU: B.\ tk4 I
of rrgltratiott.Twelve;; those who made their home at

I it <'n, II'' c.i e+ were the the hou-e, a late number of people I An excursion will bp given on the N. G. FORCHEIMER
on police took their meals these, and thee I t$- Prop.-@:
i Ullt.l.lislit court docket thii morning, but they I were placed at disadvantage steamer Okoloo Kdturday: Feb. 22.
'" ', r''p n ..rt.111 for frivolous oileu-e ( except bv the tire.a temporary i to the Snapper Bank*, sure, leaving\ -
of V.lvldhl'ahau.) I Palafox wharf at 8 o'clock K.\ICUTIVK:: : : C03IM111: :.
tho-f : who was Police Oflicer Davenport was!' detailed a. m. returning -I NAVAL 8TOKKS MAUHKt.Keporttd .
fluid f\-l1U: two charge )1r. Hhee- to watch the house last nightto the same afternoon. Hefre i I A meeting of the democratic excu-
tlif'attorney announced that he !'hmenu will be served on boardat The New live committee of cambia
Daily for by county
prevent pilferings.Pensacola
ther. any
n ,**lcf alit reasonable prices. Fare for the ,
wnuM take an appeal from the Union Naval Stores Go. I will be held in the office of Hon. T.
.ivor's decision. !round trip 50 cent fntd .:31)
in Lodge, No. 42, BOil 1'. It. McCullagb, county judge at t

"Hope" the great dog which has F. & A. M., will hold a reg- ww... .sass H. ..11 WWG ; p. m. Thursday 'Aith day of February -
t Int.\.'H t*t lit )llt.M ._ SIlO O J 45 1902, for the purpose of considering t
nude his home at the hook and A ular meeting Thursday, at I CASTOR S ._. :S-J5! K i17'2H a recommendation of fome one
Midi IIf the Uddt-r, truck hone, has disappearedand : 7:30 p. m. for the purposeof I IA > 'l.5 E .. 1 :if-', :
fill the in the office of supervisor -
the tiremeu think he had installing its! oilScers. K :2 u.. .. _.. .. I LT'iI to vacancy
rO'fffcl French oil to die. "Hope" has been in gone the I 1 Members of sister lodges 1: For Infants and Children. __. ... _. 1 75 t; A below... 1 :27's8PiBiTeTOBr of registration.

'\ t t uu fur the envies, fi>r the past U years, and and sojourning brethren fraternally The Kind You Have >!fTini-,J cents. C. Ii. PAKKIULL. I
DAN Chairman.
'rt e1'! who" still I win' ; a familiar figure wherever the invited. Ky order of W. M. : Always Bought F. E. Brawner has bought the en- Mi'Hrnv(Secretary.

".,f \ iu_ array useful truck was situated.: I C. MrK. OERTINCi Sec. Bears the71' tire line of boys' and irls'lhoes of -- J
j i // the Levy-Pou Co.'s stock at a great I will repair your watches and
Hie.tie of seats for the play C I II
Ten thousand dollars worth of diamonds Signature of a//Y.T and will sell them less in first-class J. 1
\\ liru \Vt'ere Twenty-One," bargain at I II i I Jewelry style.
clam, now on display at Htephens,
billed for Friday, opened thisinTinnk' I than factory cost. I I tepben8.
: up
,r III the diamond dealer. Call and examine I
"', a. '" at the opera House with an 1 them.
III uti't --frdrnt' rush, and when thecurtain
I' I a"I Iii'I goo up on that night all indications I !
K<> to show that a great -GREATER REDUCTIONS:
er..w I will be in the liou-e. at J. )[. Howell's stand, are doing I
the best work in Pensacola. Mr. F. '
II\\I'' to the superb attraction attar M. Turner, their blacksmith, is the I 0- '..A.T'0

._. "p..1{ hiiu-e Friday night, the 'best in the South. Messrs. Pierce ,
'0 Y drill IIf the K-cambiu: Hitles
and Newton, their painters can't be ;
will b. 'uuueuced at 7 o'clock 111t I'I BRHMNER'SFor
beat for flue
.\ i \ .' painting. They '
i i < .!i'l| 1 tu. :'n'lir !litter! a+; i is the cu'in --' 1 fine i
.. II. I- \ I I 1'" *" have a very cainage trimmer j \
I ,IdF I.. ., All u.nibrs are ordered to.finrrii 1 I, from Columbus, Ga., who served his j
t'if-ni-lves in accordance' and i is of doing
capable -
'r. rn war,, it/,.. ulu'Ve f hours.
.. .I I, '. h.ttllll'y t change the mot artistic work. Mr. the Next Ten Days II i I Ia
'. II : If I..r.\.rallce counts for any-. Frank Carroll, whose reputation for
r 'jU4th TlII..t.I 'r ,, hor-e-hoeing i i. the be-t in the city -- -- _
!I'I' ': tt' brin ini; of oil from the I o
i b"W d. --f lilt earth by the Kscumbi.i is in charge of the shoe shop. Give ; ;

N ?. ,j. r1 1.'. > W..j I k Oil 4 .I. tan ab-olute certainty.I'rut them a trial ; prices reasonable and : Having Finished Taking Stock, find lots of Odds and Ends in all department. ;

inthis being; pu-li- work guaranteed. 17f4t and in order to Close these Out and make room for .Vflir I{ SP1UXG GOODS
rd 1 watt a vim and evidences of tilt I
\ 1lll.\hh' lubricant to the surtliick ,. to Arrive Soon below
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.. (" :; ) i- ..1.1 III h pitch at present. &iO yards Outing Flannel, worth I l.iHUt yard Fancy Calico, worth ;. 4s: Pair; Hoys'Solid I."atherShoes, !

tI' H- ':tiiiiing tomorrow Mi..* HeitrictW : H USE[ NOTHING ij BUT I He., to close at )r. y orl.ItsNtyardOuting 5c., to clove at 4c. yard.! worth fl.:!;), our price 81;l 00.

"- I ( 'II.. will make a thoroui.hcau- Flannel: worth I itKKt yard* Red and Navy Blue': 'C H PairHoys' :Solid Leather Shoe,
\ i t"f the city in the of the Itl) ? to close at il,C. Calicoes, warranted! fat t. 4'jC.' yard. I finer quality, worth II 1.7V; our price I
: ( RUitlo'lfU *. {'II., introducing then A good assortment of Dregs ioud* lint and *1 l.2.;;.
Hoys' Single
'. 1.:! '. ikiiu' ""walfOr. nudf nirht bent n 1 in de-irable colors in {pliin and 7:!: Pair. Boy'"' New Orleun- Cable
Miit*. worth I
1 11 T I','n-ai-ola. Thel 1 11(1 is.-.of l'en"ai-oli H I: fancy: worth :!.">e., ;>oc., ;;">c. and $1 I.INt, to close at '.'JC. and boc.uit.U""J .to 1.25; : Screwed .">hne-. fcizej to .V worth t

t.f, ,r. urn.-il l to encourage this homii to close at l">c., .!.">c., iiic. and 7c.. : H..lit. our price fi 120.
; du-try by giving: Mi-s White ai yard. 75; Ho\''- Iuubled-Rrea*ted Suit O. M Pair* ClulJ'hl: r to S, lolidIreather I I
4 i I 1 All "f our 7oc.; Silk Velvets to worth :SI..VI) and #_.00, to close atLl5and1:5 '
r. "j-jH.nuiiity to explain\ to them it-l worth UlMI.llllr i price 4se.4S '
III 'ii j jt 'm.-ntPtmpleo-. I dust. a' r>iic. vard.I # : -int. | Pair* :Mi.. O e*' Shoe4 to 12, I,
it i : ....' -.Jr I I bit of Mlk llemnants: at half- HU: Roy' Doubled-Hreaited and Solid Leather worth 1.25, our price

; hlo'tche' and nil othfOl,. price. i'hree-Plece Suit. Worth $;{ (OJ) tO 75c. ;
... > tr.-ublr.< are cured l h H.IId' I lot of yard-wide Percale worth $1 :>fir> to clo-! at :?:i S": to fj.ijuit.: ; 52 Pairslies': :Mineli: to 2,
-[-ifiiitt ttTrl'th'e"II y r IO( ., to, tlo-e at 7'.r.'. yard. \Vo carry ;a full line of Men'* worth $1.50, our price. r )c. !
iilla-Uif nio-t o I
Mr- I.
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-|"rlll tic. no " 4c.' yard. I 'M! percent. discount. ChildienV Fine Shoe;*.
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I'onl hl.t ,;i 4J'III' PH.. sumption <>f the ten-hour ,

tidy, winch w'its commenced 1.ltMondy *i> 10: SOUTH( PALAFOX STnt EI'2525252 .-
e can BK1NG r POWDER ,
u.... in the I.. A N. shops! in this 7 I t

,ny city. 1 M a with th. hundreds of employe* and | ( (\. :

I i.. I Ii .:ill( of them are wearing lirnui "mile-i YOUR GROCER KEEPS IT. itGv n1 .. 'I;

.i ''III r ni:tllll.tllllt.m"ut.Th. 'addition" are I'-: 'time*.>>' the inre tohow IT IS aBSOLUTELY PURE Clearance Sale !) j r Clearance Sale! i', I : 'I'Ir }

: < iip \plainly when the p,ivAltlfi'll" II
\ roll- III nod! distributes the r n '
.' I 1\\ ,.1.I *" ***., Ttifprin* pud. r.itiie! .<. from I Manufactured in Pensaeolab C\J i, 'I, "I

tIll.I 7 tofti: centper hoar : thi e tu'II under tbBuffalo ;
the preieiit "time" are .\-n\ allowed \ :

Vi ininut'* for dinner.riii "'; #
mere" of liiuirs was madewithout L Mfg. CO. a5csasasEsasasEsasEsas i i :
lift; Co.
i prt-Motis announcement a- '
\* ..- tinincrtae, : of w,1Ze.utltttitle: '- '
t.'' .\ .feat iiiiny of the employesn ,..Great Clearance Sale of !;i : .

M /......, oU II*. I tii-t they know went'' of the to tun work* t'stCUiutitoni Mondayin NOTICE OF APPLICATION Outing fdonday t 1' ,

'i' !i1' .\ HOUSE <'rtiiti. :t.i. 'tut them! when they ItVa"were all madekin'.i very, For Tax Deed 4888.Under Laws Section of Florida.8 of Chapter 10 yards for 35c. I .: !it

I In'- trim will arrive loud ay Sntii- hiTtliv given hunt A. II. Morn t.piirrbnrr I. '
piy (*j All 10-cent I
No. 'r2: Outing yards for 7 5 1
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of Tat c.
}H,bruary 21. ,-r 1'11.I.y 1 l aud pay oil the men >ntl Stun fib darof4'ct"brr. A. U. l"V>. ba1I1t',1 OJ \
".. lVn.jcoU dui-ion, but the ad- !Mini till ctriificitK' in nn ghee, mid bin 10,000 yards wide Torchon Lace our .
\i.K\U: \ IGOODU1IN .uiiai:1, ....f merei-ed) time \\'illllnt ni \d" Hpplication (or udied to issue in special importation, on center : ; I ;; : i
In Mi until ::1 montti hence. II\'OrlIIlIlCI'\\.tb. 111'10'! laid certincatt- tmbrac counter this sale
i at 5c
uatedin..s the K-: f"lIo..lnld..crlt..d.',ttUtIarounteSlurida.properly to-wit>il-: i per yard l' :''f J : :

V I ate t vlvlot t of Fall and tmniu"S111otEsrcibTp.KRal 4n Hres.: The md l"n
J J Oljllo Winter furniture eU at the in the data name of the of 1..111\111'1'''""no. uwn..n.t.OI..hlud ing in price from 50c to $5. I' t tI
certiticiite shall h. redeemed II> : ;i
for parlor, bedroomor law. Ui deed 111111, Issue Ibereonontbei'ubdavof All Black Mercerized
to '
t CordinR; Sateen I
NE ElihlOTT rrbrunry, A. tII\o:!, I Underskirts at Cost. : !
sitting room at Marston witness III\ .medal signsture and 51',1Ibl8 Hi .tt: j
ofJanusrr.A.I.IVC. 50 dozen Gold and Silver Shirts
tb. Al: day at $1 and $1.50
.I t %ill f t U All ,5' flu i Tl tl ,0;. A M 1. lrM'LLA We make a U ; t

.. Clerk Florida.I.cAL Circuit. Court of tucambia County, leader of a man's 50c Shirt and defy competition.We ttl' .
By H. It HI'RTOS.l'.l' ; I
I Mere I If YOUI' stol'e pipe leaks [ ; It'Uaw4w: call attention in Furniture Department to ; i
Tmenty-One New "
our Line of
and Matting i
smoke, buy new joints il ,
i:'. ''t' '' II' elbow* from the fl] \'llis our own importation, ranging in price from 17'c. to 32 Vc per yard. '; }! f 1 'I :

I ,. ., Scissors, shears, pocket [. .; 1
Hardware Co. thievery Fifty Carpet Remnants at 75c '
and table cutlery each.- !: \\If I:
at the lowest
1-1 ( u r IlltAI.I ;. best makes "

prices at the Willis Hard- 3W. J. & B. : ':
\\ i I' ed I)' { %. .K %I.K.: 1' .. .tra;.d.' unitM'i.iy FORBES :
ei ... n. t t fI' oIlII"n. 11r.'w ware Co's. I ,\
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Zach Crabtree'si The undersigned MIDWIFERY takes this method flower You will gardens have if pride they m are you on ova-

of offering her services as arstclass own ground. Your' husband bas r

FOLEY'SHONEY Strong Point fi licensed midwife having a home, and he can do it now:a" J

i l had 35 years experience. though he may think other*,!
s l i Can lL give best of references from I' a,very woman wants a home If ,
leading physicians of this city. .I Awn and< she will have, a :er
, [Original.] MRS. M. GIDDENS, Thus.; C.; Watson & talk wi!'

A single faculty, if possessed to a j jltf lit South DeVilliers, Kt. leading Real Estate Co.. m 'e

high degree, may lead to fortune. [ : Ag 'nt, "T
1 can show her how
OA.STOH.Ij3L.Bain Pay hi. ,,
Zach Crabtree was as stupid a boy as nnn ''fl t
J the i iu Kind Yoa Hai A says. 60:1:1Slguatue ::
TAR ever stood at the foot of his class at | EdarateTocr
;: AND If.fhl.. Rowel Wni| ,-...ra.f'tL
Candy eathurte i ,
school but his persistence. was sonic- fun
1 j I |I tOc.2 c. It C.CC2 fail. druc O'r,
.r I
ia. thins: wonderful. His father died when ,.

he was eighteen years old, and the

I1 support of a mother and two little bis- '

I tHe devolved upon\ Zach. A friend of ,

his father secured a place for him In a

The Greatest Throat :I steel works at $7 a week, and Zach
i| was told that if he proved faithful Told by Pain

t and fllicieut the second year it would

a and Lung Remedy. I he raised to fill and so on upward. If
GIs have
The day Zach commenced work he them you pains Pain you should! lock, after r

called; into the oth'ce of the quickly. ton* iMutU,,
I super wronf. The sharper the pin the mere La-

> ,1 .' For over a quarter of a century no remedy ever devised for throat I intendent."Young man" said the official "hereIs of gee women there is in today delay.who Thee are fceirtnf are th runls awful

a note to the l'rucmore'n''king; pain almost continually, rather than tell

t.1 AND TAR. It company. I have l>een trying to get; a physkian about the shooting rain ,r heir a
and! lung troubles has equaled reply to certain inquiries from them lower abdomen, about the agony of[ filw
t of the womb and the distress of (
; ; Itucortaoti
:Jr a week, and thus far they have put ,
I They let the months and
i 11 if t 1 has long been a household\ favorite for all coughs and I oil every mtsscuper I have sent then becomes harder to cure pass and more their distress trouble j.

: with indefinite rt plies.Ve' have contracted But modest women
fan secure U :r.1Ff )Q
to deliver a shipload of steel 1 from the embarrassment of
i, a private tuncation. .
i.I colds and fur croup and bronchitis. / / bv' a certain: date, and the vessel on When pain tells them of datr:

f which it is loaded is sunk ten feet under they can cure themselves by the useWINE0iCARDUI

if I Pneumonia and water. I want the I'romoreom;

prcvents pany to raise RIT fur us at once Now,

I : 1 want jou to stay at their place till

I I Consumption It relieves the i you pet a definite reply" In the privacy of their homes. You tit :<

"Who am 1 to get the answer from?" cured without distressing publicity. T

: asked Zach."Whoever. these (facts before you there is no reason

1- paroxysm of coughing i in I they tell! you is the man the defay which is increasing your and wasting the da;
1 to give it." of your life. Why not stop the pain today

.1 It cures ".\11 n;.:ht- said Zach.
t I'I! \vhoopingcoughinonia pneut Bel n. Mis,.. March t. I"!**).
1 At the Frogmore; company's o flee I han need one bottle of Wine of Cardui and one packice uf Thf ator.V*
1 Zach delimTtl hS note. The man who Black-Draught. Before: I began to Ute your incilieinfs 1 hJ rmns in my
hack, hips lower bowels and my arms. Sometimes I thought I would
\ by hcal- I I ingandstrength- I read it said"Leave this. I will bend blind. My head ache. and I wa' eo weak I could bardly walk ...r.... the go
1 a reply this evening." floor. Now I can only feel a little of the pun in my side and 1 am fromx tome
your iiiedicinea until I tet cared for I believe they will certa.ntyuro
li the I lungs. If taken "All righL;: I'll wait" said Zach. find me. I bate been married twel e years and am the motherof seven chi.Jren.
cuing he sat down! nn a bench I thank yea for your wonderful medicine and what it bas done for noMATILDA
i+ 11IIr I "What's that fellow doing thereaster ?'' a
: taidwi..ndhterder.r .."Theta4t...\jTihiry
t t in time it will cure asthma I ] an eminently respectable lookIng pa"uuelt", The Ckatuiieuia Med caiiO cumpaa; Cb.uaaivgi, ]ton. .
gentleman two hours later "lie's 'f
been sitting there since 10 "
t r and conjjf MU TOtf MJJPMyEMMsumptipn and ', The matter was explained The pentleuian t -

who proved' to be the presidentof

in the last of those diseases it always gives great comfort and 1 the company, wrote something on apiece
stages [ of paper awl handed it to Zacb. Hard Sense.

I lit read, "Take this young man to

1 L relic I It cures the 1 racking cough that 1 comes with La Grippe. I It Hrinkwell at once" and was signed by

\It | the president. "The man you want to II i iI

and is the best for allThroat ISee I ," he said to Zach. "is out on the It take keen common sense, "" P" ""
.\ contains no opiates or other poisons remedy i i river superintending' job." added to superior judgment and

A Ct.milluh's later Zach was being :
experience, to be superintendent ofa
I rowed down the river and after a tenmile
and Lung Troubles. railroad. Such a man never recommends -
| ride was put on a wrecking ] oat ,
that he has not
emi see I'.rinkwell 1111lie's

gone below to make: an inspection." himself subjected to crucial test. 1 1

1 Zach who d lIIl't know what the A prominent railroad superintendent

man meant by ";;" '11' below," afilPlyIi'.futesl living at Savannah, Ga., in ,,%
to the order of the president. which city he was born, says he

: : It Cures Coughs and Colds .. \oti must see him:?" asked; the man feels better than he ever did, and

angrily.; he had the worst case of dyspepsia .

; i "Yes." on record. He had no appetite, and

; "At once?" the little he ate disagreed with him, W
Prevents Pneumonia: i ('5'"
and j 1 causing him to vomit often. lie
JiI "Very well. If yrw come here with ,
in the head breast and
Imperative order, they must be ol.ex- pains I

t'd.\ Cu! do\n those stairs! and get on stomach, but after using three bottles t +

; the armor." of P. P. P. he felt like a new 1/1'/

Zacli stupidly did as he was told and man. lIe says that he feels that he ,. '

i i was incased ill a d.xcr's: armor. and a could live forever if he could always '

I 71 W A. D'ALEMBERTE slate and pencil were hung about his get P. P. P. His name will be given _

I neck. lie thought! It all very queer, < on application to Lippman Brothers, the v. ,
f but said nothing. Then he was taken +
( t proprietors of this great remedy.
I 1,, on deck and told to co down sometops
1 5 and Dyspepsia in all its forms la promptly
Druggist Apothecary. 21 .
r South Palafox 3tre eti. (- into the wnh :". lie had scarcely
and cured P. P. P. General
I permanently iy
reached the bottom st'JI.when' he felt
,:, some one tom-n mm nna noiu a Mate Debility and lack. of energy give place to vim and ambition thrnu ;'
Ilro..nln'. lniiII Ikt*t.>t tn. I hllliiHli'a. little J..Lr+. In thr *lrertl uf Cairo. I to him. On the slate was written, the use of P. P. P. Blood Poison and all its incidental and heredity i

l't..|te Wliu jr. i- .1 or >t. .1 l or II')- on siin.l.i.v iiioninu> ; 1Tbitilanante I One of the Most piotureMjiw places In i;, "What do you want?" 1"ll'htole !in : ills are eradicated by P. P. P. Rheumatism is conquered and b.ini:, i

'tl Kr iwntiit: M "iiU:. child t'xiid iII* .. "When raise the Catarrh and Malaria. P. 1'. P. is
out I. >- < me on I| "I..t lull iu Sonierville the world Is undoubtedly the Egyptian: response, can you ; by P. P. P., as are also a purely vi fi i
...-. ntu ;;. aye my of Cairo and not the l least of its table compound steadily grown years.
I only slake with, liilll of 1'iMi"en J. 1', Tr"l\ .rtde in The .'!lallthIIf uttractii are tli, > varied! and! often ]Kadi stood immovable. After awhile SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
at 'Hii ,' II.,. fueudi .iihl \\ oritiyii some one took hold of his slate and
iauh of ttiat .1.1)'s talk I 1I:1a'h i.j
musical street cries which at-sail the LIPPMAN BROTHERS, PROPRLIFPTPOMBASN:: BLOCK Savannah, Ga.
I aU..I.1I ait-l int<'rent Uf stu-I tl n'I'UIII.'tioll.1'11 of its trithaIItII.> ; pencil and wrote: "We'll raise the 4
ears on nil ht-l 's. Not only the stri-rt -
rear Wavy ":11"1I ale ", I.ilt. ,, \vi.tiiii Petrel tomorrow RrinknelL" Znch -
J. loud laugher and ( -
\\11" not a ::: rar.'Iyflaude i miisicians who tap their tambourines i, i
i i aaslvu.iy the result of his nulls ,'ar- lout he at once climbed the steps, and his
a greatly enjivedthe \
to tIN admiring "Allahs"of the crowd
t i
.....1 art httuliex pleasantries ..! other, 1I'nj"\ } but the merchants and! peddlers, euu- 'armor was t-ikcn off. r WE WILL j
-1'., JtlU know dear rieli 1. if (III* ..<1 esi INr'(ally any :allusion M-rioin or tribute to the chorus. |i "Drop that slata," said the man who FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE !
kiting Here |
locular.. to his .
ixx ms A fruit seller, basket on head with j Write
nil |I" r oiial fllililliou :111.1 l would .1., When at dinUt'f.n'I'arlna: dish "I'm going to take It with me." """" 1III1'If'.1 tei4y f ar oar ratalt hand-,.....
\ :;; my grapes and figs: will saunter by singing' and.... what .. Ilf.U' TilE liT
be an tit
rtruy \irj line I t'I'rHull' if hy MI of alai]. I remarked that I wait "What tor? Duun" .. rw.. troa ..
em In a quaint minor: "Oh, grapes, oh, wep1t.for. .111. ," v t-lor' r
K4i I <-'oUlolt't.. fame nod h'inor I Zacb held it up and the man read 0111..1. W.p1.4'rarp ,
; ash.:
i I loyisl us his critics would 1M! when ,,, n
[ Bwert )KTBiH-s, that are larger thandoes' purrhawrof lit MM'f ... n. ..
r ) .-!"|'..1 on HIT KnU-rt'* bead" kin new ....Uti"n"al nut he querieil. eggs and sweeter than new ;1 what was on It or tultlit of l>rfume ihrirrhnirrot .hlT .t.
IoDl >t.r tit"hand
V.'lmt II l>r.*.f are Ihiwword-, .,t antiilnw ..lkvuuring'LentetlofI Jrass': ?"' "No;; ," cream'! Oh angels' fuod.J'lIeiou" figs, lie laughed and said: "Ton are an .",.0<< "rew.1h tar ..' II.....
d nl.1Of nil odsia' | energetic youth, and uo mistake. Takeit binuwareoy.rwart. Kiln.. Idr: ,! faro.
nature \ e;: I wild; "l'uttin"II' 'leaves of i 111 I lilK |1M'I", h.1 W the imaKe of the which amuses[ him more. I fancy than health:r j along." vc Ihe aji-nt give KtoTaft wtn a..i'ie...rUi only. p ,-HUT. t.o.z..lIr.*..-nii Soap< a
wife whom lie adored adored It was C o'clock In the afternoon -hutk tmuitlf uliT dxomlnl aol
literally ,
i. the cutting up did, which came later.Ax Another street cry which may be | A11-raL g.ilil ii.. tot taillr u... Inn
I for NK I f. lt. the! thuiulit! of lnr HH an I the afterniMiik a'uII.'o1l1l1,1 het iokeuf heard In the main street <>Ablmssieh.. i when Zach re-entered the superintend I .17.grl I'.ulhefaderI'Ma rf mu.h pi...... ..'h rair>ti>lm VT, ..1 "W Inninjr R/m"Lea ltur liv*).'oacf IVMTT". bw 1,k h-r"L.. ,
ent's office. The
1 tu Beaten \rn< never out of bin superintendent was avery Ian< Cnnuna. Watrhn, Ion.".* and
ang Icauni: u.- ila--J a l x>kInfore a suburb contains the following enticing HIM LI LC BF- tW.
I busy man and had forgotten all lorKt. SrmnK Ma. h,nra.
mind He wore a .1111111:11111 riuc on tilt face of the clock. I said announcement: "Tomorrow O J' "oI j C u"N< .rrerirea lol.,.ONVII.1K. OHIO MoaKral.InMCnimrma t te. If null ,*pit
bra watch chain. "This wi; lure" he about Zach and his mission. well plf.ifd .lth ,.MetutoMcri.. .. are ill .firrr.1. yjnw..a..fry..Ahml rnminMtnn. -
1'ut (.eau's of llrass' there; nol>ody >le. I am going to kill a camel. The >! ..their. lam W h. not no. W ttwo&, N ajunryrMimr-d.
"What do ? he asked.. .ice.oeump.r brfcrf. wm..ndaaott..r..l.. Neallowyoul6d.l.'liii.V .. 1
want wh
Mitl "I'an you fancy list tiny tinS can see through tUit.ot: even the doctor says it Is young and healthy you !. few .(Ujt.maadulin. 1 tm mon Ih.n pU.".I ."h thMrm. to dpliT"r the runts a.4 Mullet in T'lUTmoor h
I Zach held the slat with the AO.NE5 UITCUli'OS. Irton .... .
S p'r' ('It IM.It.'hit' a woman up j paring oa. i.1 w
i, n jim author he said with a whimsicalIifUag Oh. its flesh will be tender nit the quail |
i rui'M \\, nr such a cmlt an thin: ? It of the brows and juicy as lamb. Its price U but 14 : promise written on IL The supertn'tendent's SALVONA SOAP CO., [or. 12th d Pine: Sts. ST. LOUIS, MO. a

In a child'K"Tlir plasters (TU cents the luuml. I>o you j I eyes grew very large
"What kind of note Is thIs?' he
other t-ouvcnir on Ills chain\ The Humana I a
only Did dot tar Snap. lute the bwcet flesh of a camel!? Thenweer 1
was a coin placed their jearsmo.. the The Ilomans were not adjuainted I i early and be satisfied!" asked. "How did you get it?" >, -- -
f late 1"-1", a parr of (he l lust 111 ilieyilriirk with the use of regular soap, but theyeilipl"yeti I| Not the least jiicturewiUf figures in I In a few short sentences Zacb told 1 1 TIME TABLE.

by Ma ton in Ic11iee in recoi'l an alkali, with which the I the streets are the city jMilice In their the story of his diving after Mr. Brink1 I 1 I

tin fret..l-iin from Aii-uiin d niilnion greasy dirt was dissolved out of their lioat white and red uniforms in summer well. LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE

-vt ** "I loci this <-lu." \if Mid. "It" slit i-lotheM. This alkali, called\ nit rum, is and \blue serge in .- etroit i "Are you making up this story?" I|, IN RAILROAD

t; II Moiil.S hate lotcd it. You knowvhai referred to l I.y I'liny hut the cheapest Tree 1'rehs. I said the superintendent severely. |I II EH'E'TloCJo; Un;" I. llIUl

..t/ felt nml wrote alxiut "mlt..1tllly.\ ." K.1""lItI'i urine, which was mostlyuseil. ] I I II "Never could make up stories" said I New Orleans and Mobile.

-The late 1 Mrs, Arthur Uron.son in 1 The clothes were put in this, I A. !Miroold acre Wrfn. { Zach. "I tried it in comiiositlons at .

N' e', tiiury I Magazine. til I\ml with water and then stampeduiHUi r A p-ntlcman In 1'uris paid. a visit t>> ', school; stood foot In that class." ''0.1\ :..oSo.t I I No.l. NnL A
with the feet. This was I a lady, in \\ bo-.t> parlor be "aa I i I The superintendent sat staring first jl: a 12I\m: 11:11, P Leave._, Pensacola _.Arrlta t.ltl a." .
process portrait
.. a 7:7 P Irl. Leave_.... tlomAI.Hl_... I.. .".. Y5. a 2 .1, p
t "'..rJ of bind.Wne. I performed l>y old people. while boys ; of a lovely I woman of, say, five at Zach then at the slate. Then he ; 1I:1N1" 1d p I'' Ys1 a I'\'II Mobile Lr.vr 1:11'' n't I: Ili II
Iae,. in ;iad-tonc'.s later life when a''I I lifted the clothes out of the tubs. The l i i and twenty. I'lmn the entrance <.f the opened a drawer in his desk and took i .....-.._.. --!"-;YSp I 711'-' a- : L.iih.w- "rl""n.. .. I.\ II I')" p 7 !f..5

II '1\Md ou..C greet d.Iitacy and dilhculiyivuiiut I white panrents! after being; washed ', lady her visitor i naturally asked her if out two ten dollar bills and handed North.
., : vraa : on in the house of com1BKMM were Mitijected to the vaiH.r..f sulphur :i the I'kturwas a family portrait anal i' them to his messenger, saying: "We

.f and evervlxMly rxpetled to see'l'' l>ein:: Mrttchcd on :I frame and the sulphur I I was toM that it representi-d her dl., d dn't Lire you to take messages: to lI'ipm-0.2.. 12I.'ipm Sf. .. I "' \\ .... Peosarola Arrive .o. I.,

;i Ataa watchful and ul'r:111.1 peruapi'i burned U-neath. l'.M.r | iipk in t"':ltc..I.1.IULt.'r.; :! it I Ion,: since you I'-ople under wat'r.1)11 need extra 615sm 8:$ p m Arrive :Montgom-ry I.-..ya Ilaiant tJIpm ]
; j' ,,,I. *r over It he dehlwrilti.,ty com Kome cleansed their Unites with meal |ot her':" asked the Jl'utlt'mun.Ius., |I pay: for that job. Come in here tomorrow 115 arc pan pm 1Arriv'.i'iruuughnur..l.1" .ave Saln .
lliipm a.llI" III Arl'lv" .
'I t I ?. ") .....'1' to lileep ou the trrat.ury'd of lupins, called lonu-ntum. which, with sir," replied the lady "!tht' die. just Illvrnln!:." I I f:5)a m M:13": IU Arl'l\ 'h Loul\III..s hvitle h.h I I..V.I...avi. 1/IIi
j pm
t 1 ; ; tgoictl a refreshing nap common meal, is still used in. Kiiuplaces > after her birth and I had a portrait Zacb took the money to his mother 7J ane 11511. m Arru'" ..nlleIDD"" 1.\. 5:11, pm
_7::fl .m_ _..!I ::!:p m A rr.vr It. loon
1 for him to for and told how he 1.:1:' p m
,10' .me speak that purpose.l.iioLiiiu painted to represent\ tier as she would j had earned it.

1 1 : 't.i., 1,0 apparent effort he j have apiK>ared if she had lived until i! "You dear stupid: she said embracing PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCI'ION.o. .

\f t. J I d. x .I. ,1 I a sneecb iu which beat j ju I-or Thrni.Major now!" :; h'ui.! "Such zeal wasn't expected 21-11"111 No. 3-1'.lly Nostop where date not .ho"'D'' .o. 2-1'.1

r i \ !,.it \\ :111 ueeiled and u.'t :; d'Arlandes, like many another I i of you." ""i:55P--;;; : ---
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7:11'' a m Live :Arrive'; ;;;
(Ik \ .! ind -;ltd"WII.I.'a\lI1ihl"l, Trench soldier, was tired of waiting II A NIGHT ALARM. The rrocmoro:: company did not raise 13m-S nll1bt j il ,' 1/0..11I11.ola 11'1"(1 l p.III

-. i '. v.'n: J by the wife and for promotion and opportunities to distinguish I 1 the Petrel as promised. It vas sued 1jIJ"; j l lit .". YIII".UII 1It,. & "
: \Vor-e alarm of lire I ..
an at : :!:I" j I I ..,I't'xlllbrx.
I : ..::11.'.. In \xliitb he had b m t.elf. II. seized nn opi-,,rtuuity fry the steel works, and the only evi- It5 00 7 si .. .. :'olul..t ., j'I.JII '
1ft 1 I t I :,ti l half reserved 1 his to enjoy a little excitement and nit i is the bray croup, wliichi.juuds t'ence against it was the message on I 1.31:.:1\1"" 7.4"7 .t5 I 'S" llarp I. 1":1 1 1":1: "

..1 J ; > Mlliject ,iiiotid| in a at the same time to remind Louis :\\" : like the children's deathand 1 the slate brought; ly Zach Crabtree II":! jft/ .. 00'h, O"lt Milton I It1 "" Ii1l6 II"

l'' < au-e no one could dud in i' of his balllcd amliitious. I knell it meads death onus-s' which made a difference to his employers IO! a m U '.._G'jJd !tinge .. U 1Uau I
: \ hold of. It lie made balloon something i i.. dote quickly. 1:00: 00 ".lli" .. ..., Holls ... ":JI6" .
a 1l4''n.ion. ..
'I ..njthinto l.iy | wllll'hat i FoleyV of SOW). Zach's persistence! dee 2II" I '" :J' ..._...lllIIl1ltn ': II .
: I : I ._....remssrkfd that the /greater that time was thought to l-e a u-ry Honey and Tar never falls to plv II fpite his stupidity, cultivated: by the ::, I"" II'IA n .. ........ Cr htf''W .... \1:11": .
tg I I the >M'd and risky affair. The king 11.1' y.ryl! to ..,.. 1I..r I."ud .... e .
> more coinji promptly ..
I 111 euiergeacy .' reolruH..I I instant relief and quickly cure; the steel company soon" brought him preferment III I \1:111 to .... :1foyy, 1I..d .. .. 11.y' "
,' Ilk' mum completely' ciiial| to it did ho him for his rashness. and he is 4':! 1Ij.j" ) ..UD1.k .. .
wort form of croup. :Mr*. P. 14, now paid a \large gal l .. I! Mprlngs. III:
ij ""IU. "Your majesty will pardon nn>, 1 I C. rdier( of :'olannin ton, Ky., writer : nry to be on hand for any job too bard .:11' .. 1/:41"IILj' 4' ....,"m.POnl'II. Arltylx dO' I.fOD .,. "" 7:11I"7U"::

\'I hope:' said the officer, "but the tact is ":'oly three year old girl had a severe for any one else to accomplish. There 1iJ1 lele .". '. .. h W"\'III..... 7,17 "
I i : *< 'tarlr 'I' I" I'nlr.j. 1\\11"\ IONS: .. ...., ... .. ,
nrr| the minister of war has made me bo cave of croup ; the doctor said she .. l'.ryvttle ?.... 71:1": a'
i i 'f! There j.a *.. "': malJ n .m-.l Mart?, I Is no work too difficult for him. He 1\.8:1 .. 10:5) IODlf41_ ...... 'I e.56 II I 1
could live.
many promises in the air that I went not got; a bottle of t 1\1"\ 107" .._.. ..
IV how inoito w..i* .'ii** "H you s- never goes about the accomplishment .' u Chipley .., a 'f1" 1 1 ,
I I up to look for some of them." Foley's Honey and Tar, the first 41:1) lItfl" _...,CottoDd..l ea, J )to tl ,f.
Shent tnua store I of a purpose with a rush but with a jIO" 1125" a ._.._ ..
I I'urlolre! Ihml:9 l-y the Foore; dose gave quick relief and saved her j30" .. M..rlanna. ... eau I. It I
t which 11:1": : ___ C1prJl" 1i.j 4" II (' a at
i Tbn &a oSSccr .uJ. "Com with me. rynyBahiamStops the Tickling life. Refuse substitutes W. A, persistence always wins. 7:40" 1l6 .,.Orand Rldg_ Iia" II 1
-New Torlf Tele,rap.h. as i Quick;["'WI:1AI.1w: actual, D'Alemberte,1a1. Palafox. I MEL VAN fOCnDES.OC. I j5I 1:106: noon .. -._ HDead. .. 1\1"\ II 5:
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ill,,'iConphbyrnp cures Cough I [Special Correspondence.]
I"I"I I .it omft Conout-rs Croup, When the
house of representativesonlrnd .
:, 1 It'LI
Cou, h and >If'-CO'lgh
ti !n
mothers praise it. a refitting and refurnishing: of
Y, All
t i i.
.. ,1" ,,iT.t o it f)r Bronchitis; its hall prmisionas made which ,
Pneumonia and incinlM-rs of the last house Digests
i trip;"', could secure -
u Qu. k, Mire results. the d ".ks they had: occuiiied as
J r'asuMntuteuiTs. fomonlrs! <>f their !'l'r'lcl'n)' member -

.B desiritg to poovs his desk not!It'ud I- > d what you

D the clerk of the house and it was :' I

r<-"er\fd for him to be delhcred upm.pajun'iit O O

COUCH SYRUP of the average price paid for'. Eat
the uiKlaiined desks sold at auction.
when others fail.
0" -es Of the SOI: members and delegates '
.., ..n.llrati"n. so rills me.
Z> claimed their' desks. The! remaining
.--- 1_:1: sold -
,1 l -nniM n. ; were at auction. They

the most for. brought a total of $]Mr>0, or an average \i

: ..,' !lie wns rarl'''' : of $l..rtO, and at this price' the rei i i :

yet Mr.I I'rani Sio' st-ned di-t-ks are now beins!; deliuTi'd. Dyspepsia Cure

". .1 uluk-! his days No one can identify the desks at

]I': iHllletioll Ut tl..- which famous nnd prominent[ men satIn
.. the for In 18'.K: -94 the
\L ast d tutl'"tantly! yearn pone by >

.. itlai ki made <..uuiund boats were rearranged to accommodate .1 You can best succeed In life with a good mediate relief how many would neglect to no good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure not only;

up one iby' : the increased membership follow ;: I digestion. A etrong stomach makes a vigorous keep it constantly in the house? relieves the patient's sufferings: in such
'.,. if enUUd LeI the fleu-nth ('('nsll'!. Doorkeeper lamthought man. The feeling of langour! the dull You can go about your business and disregard cases! but also removes the cause of suffer-

I IK-. ) he had secured the desk occupied headache the sensation of fullness! pains a pain in any other part of the body. ing. It relieves by digesting the patient'sfood \
by the late President McKinley and tenderness In the region of the stomach But stomach trouble prostrates.! The stom- and enabling his system! to transformit

I null. while a member of the house, but is I flatulence, belching and vomiting the ach supplies! the entire system.! If it fails into bone and muscle, blood and brain. I
J t nll/r.; wLie: now In doubt and inclined to believe thousand and one symptoms of indigestionor to perform its task these supplies\ are cut It cures by allowing the stomach rest untilIt
h' his purchase is without valuable asso I other !stomach trouble, of which most of off-and we cannot live without food. We is" restored to its natural condition. \
I us know more or less, unfit both body and all know this, but haven't we fallen into the If the stomach is out of order not an
', iu"r for about tn ciation. The probabilities" \ are that half mind for hard work or continuous application. error of assuming! that, once swallowed food organ of the body escapes some corresponding -
t li08r iD?. a doyen desks share the honor of havIng I You wouldn't suffer like that if you has: accomplished the purpose fi.r. which it derangement. There are few diseases, I

tt I.) didn't you go served the late president, for he I knew a certain remedy would you? Yet was by any means. Untilit which cannot be traced directly to the stom
,I had to select a new seat at the begini; i such a remedy exists. Kodol Dyspepsia! is properly digested the system cannot ach. If the stomach is! weak the body is

All the d. Lob nnii ; of every congress, and llw''' Cure quickly relieves all these symptoms assimilate it. It remains in the stomach weak. If the stomach is strong, the entire
banccs of his securing the same seattwice and by giving the stomach entire rest, until it decomposes and might far better body is strong.
in successinjiire a'<( uost iutiuitt speedily cures the disease, itself. not have been eaten at all. Kodol Dyspepsia :None of u* want to suffer from Indigestion "I
-- siiuil.ilinlmiloii Even among the happy possessors of comparatively Cure digests! this food without aid from or dyspepsia but the hurry and nervous i
,I' ", err t II\ ,. sound stomachs there are few the stomach and digests! it :us well as the tension of the times have nude: them the '
v ..:r tlub doing \ Only liy <'"rll. I i who are not at least occasional !sufferers. stomach itself could do the work. Throughits commonest complaints of the generation.
t, There is touch favorable cutnuentI, | Irregular hours, mild dissipation, excessiveuse aid the food you have eaten is reduced Often we eat too fast, too soon after or too 11
hIm to get the U'li'K !indlllj.1-d in auion members of 1 of tobacco, hasty! eating or overindulgence to a form in which the system can assimilate shortly before violent or 1
!"i- \v.rii 'tr-.u, the house 'ardinu: :: the recoinmenda-, in a favorite dish frequently produceas it and the body is built up while the severe mental strain. we are too

'I i r jilvt' lion of the house furnishing; com uti is- unpleasant though not as lasting: results tired !stomach rests. busy to eat at all at the proper time and off r-
1 s.oii that the public be excluded fromtie as the most serious of chronic cases. If The trouble with dyspeptics is that they'restarving. load our stomach when the opportunity
: these temporary!!,'rers realized that KodolDyspepsia They have eaten but their food comes.! For awhile the abutted organ elands {
fliMir of the house all times
at except Cure ottered: sure and almost im- is undigested and consequently dues them the strain. Finally It collapses. I
,.r. t f..1'? upon cards of ndiiiissinii i which

the ni'inliirs would control.lleprccentative .
: .1( l1"IJrsP : ('a 1111"1 of Illinois, I

chairman of the commission\ nuking It lives the stomach perfect rest.j ,

this 1'I'I'"rt. Fail that he looked! for faorable I

CI4LlOTIOES.( \ action on this matter bj theoiimittee 1
<' on rules I Dear Slrs-I: have !suffered a great deal multiform troubles) and after receiving treatment when the pain In my stomach ceased. That
from nervous dyspepsia for the last twelve from many doctors for the same, I day I enjoyed a good meal for the first time
"The intention Is not to keep the pub months. I tried two doctors who said was induced to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, in many months.
:'ic! tr< in the floor of the house." continued I they could not cure* me, but your agent! buying my first bottle in March 1900.! After taking three bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia -
,I/e cifir WOF(D. Mr. Cannon, "but to regulate; the came along and I bought !some Kodol Dyspepsia Since that time I have used nearly two Cure I am as well as ever. It Raved

-' use of the tl<,or so that it may not be I Cure to sell, and decided to try it dozen Lotties -a proof of my faith in its my life and I cannot recommend it too

l.o-' I completely occupied' by persons who I myself and I found more relief from that virtue.I highly.- Mrs. Alba F. Crawford, Pittsburg,

habitually Inhabit the capitol and have than anything I have taken. I eat any- hare not had one pain since commencing N. II.

I-. i-olllll. no earthly business there except perhaps thing I want to and Improve every day its use." Sometimes! I can go two Gentlemen have been troubled with
and it has given my customers perfect sat or three days without using it and I con-
.l 'I. "ii : Ull ri.\..d\ae. to> "t't'P warm. isfaction. indigestion for ten years and hat tried
I I ? ,.Jrn.rFt. sider myself in a fair way toward things and spent much till I
.lIt..1 many
i* Tpoti aip'aU: to a member a \'Is. I can heartily recommend It to all that bison money
-, tain" araalr % .tnot- nent recovery. Fraternally yours, J. tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. 1 have taken
iu>r to tie l'31'11I.1'oult) have no difficulty from
< .lal'--' 'ur .uK-n are indigestion or dyspepsiato Lonaconing Md. two bottles and have obtained relief
..alt -.a!irl. Ibr vtorldS in obtaining\ permission to go on I be the best remedy on the market. Yours
\ ". J":was la'I Gentlemen few months ago I gave up from them than from all) the other medi
the t'.iMT. The regulation; recommended! truly J. W. Smith, Preston, N. C.
bopeotlivingandwas in !such agony from cines I ever used. I am now feeling
.. .... \ .. .....:.-.- .... ..-.. by the commission was Intended only I Gentlemen:-For the lake of suffering chronic indigestion! that I prayed I might better than I have been la fire years and

I i \ "Buun-aold !urtll.A. to male\ such regulation as will pre dyspeptics I render this testimonial.After pus from my suffering. One day I learned feel more like a boy than 1 have felt In
\1 .. nil kinds tit JMTiTItlr ,.4 r\e the hall of the house for the busi suffering thirteen years from indigestion of Kodol Dyspepsia Curt and decided to try twenty years.-Respectfully, Anderson

.,> s" > < ..1tJ"-'\rr.10'\1> H".t'KDrr' t".1, ueruld: t purposes' for which it was in- (neuralgia of the stomach and all its it. 1 had taken but one teaspoonful of it Riggs. Sunny Lane, Tez.r .

"in' i -ti.-..iII tI'I..1.: .

j \ .. lUlplotrU ,..., .-.' \ IHnqiilrtlnK Humor. .p a r.. ,)' E.c. .WlttAC.., "IUIO. Tbl.oObottlo.ittto2MtlnisitSHckkyictM( ..... :
... u" t.r+t,1. t. t'.rut l... !hI; ports have been in circulation that ,
I as t 4 .larUI* : I''f tin echoes in Statuary hall at i,

3UUU1-- the capitol| had been mined by the new :' Cures all stomach troubles

\ \ >, \ ,. .a money'n. <,,'thin' : recently put In place and! just I
M I 1" .. .
nut it.IrhLl "USeal
,. '.-rmii to i ,..aet rat.. tipem-d to public \iew. This was for I
., >.t..-.m 'II-"r.u tin. guides! at least a most disquieting >:
... .... ,, .. I
r i r i i': f :a''lliui run,<-r. stare few things interest tour's'.s -
limn than the remarkable whisr -
A VM I |M I' ..I.' .. I. ,:0, ..;y
1. .. ;" r'im iffuts\ of this chamber.: ,"atur .- .- -
*!r. b <'l" ;ly.p! -
.1! ", .1. ". I. sir nu faal eau .- .,:''r'ati"l1, : was great at the re-
I pros Itel. .J."r.\J14u..II..V.\> Early Priming; and IllaitrnttnK. Ilrr Adtantaicr."Papa. Tommy at School. \
.. p''rt that their occupation would be "
":"oJ 10' ,our beef .U.ndt, 10M The first printing In the United wild a Hyde Park preathcr'fllittle LODGE DIRECTORY
; press
.. .. Visitor-Well Tommy how
r 'nl'I Hill. t it,!lUll .t Ca pin on hi\ ('!'tImtion.: howe\er. It daughter the other 111'1L are
States began Its rUillziug work at ; day "
I.- r r' red III""I. arat.. .. ; i at school?
.. r tun s "'it that the rl'lIlrt'a a greatr ; Pm nev going to you getting on -
grow t'r
r. : < miNtw- To Vt-ryoni Camblld ,'. Mass., In lIur1rl11111,1"- i up nuirry
-. ., ,.".I .'.. .,u u. .f *.iii crud momit 1''I.':e> i'.iti"n. Se\eral: of the stones. slty in 1039. The first American made 1 1Illustration. either a minister or a doctor that gives Tommy (aged ht-rrctty) well.I KNIGHTS OF PYTBIA8.I' .
: : .1.1. buu.- N.n
an "i.l; :-ir to one of the best f known of It is still believed, is In i! people medicine.1"Why. ain't doing as well as some of the
.. Lodge, No. 3. K. of
I silt I :' '1'. tl gicdes. are as commuuicati\e a- Tully's Almanac of P.osum in }!titl". | dear?" he a !.I'I1. "Don't you other boys, though. 1 can stand on P.
*< rr. while others are apparently: ol>- mn.>U every Monday evening -; head but
preachers amid 1 dintorsou know I hlto feet
portrait my
I /'al. r"1II J..lhul mi'h The first American copperplate my lit 7:..i at ('a itl hall
'.u 'it-new, m mo- ill hr'red! l luasniiich as the dome, from and doctors ought be the
i rI published in this country was in Ins preachers : to against the fence. I want to do it J. in the Htnunt-.Watson
r1[ ktoal ltlttv AKclil-V,, "I.'h the lIht comes is still covered useful' there I > Building third floor.VUttlng .
most men ar e. ortors
try without the
1II..r ml crease Mathers "lchabllpublished being near fence at all, brt-tbren oordlalljwelcomed.
'I ;ti 1I1''lh.' w high is siK>n to IK removed lo save people in this world mid I
'I.. Mlth 113 .:. I In 17Uo.:: The first three eutravers were | and I guess: I can after awhile .c
r .0"- the rest'iralion of normal conditions n .1.LA YP ,
.., Prankhn and prenelius do their best! to save them in NaLL
Wr'r.1' : nod I'nul Ik-vere, Kenjaiuin 1Isaah | Exchange. to H. 0.0.
..:. may work wonders.llrlilur himself the 11hu't that good business
; Thomas, who distinguished I pretty -- K. K. &; H.
r) .w.\t" tLt. ." llr highly Ornnmrntnl.Tliere at the battle of Lexington. ';" Up So High.
i I
i d' '111 "! App. to is Mery reason to bcie\e! that "\e'>J." replied' little Caroline, "but Dr. Io the treetops In the trwtop'!,

uT'.f tie IVnnsjUania Kailroad companywill Jnpant- IVntltnl. I Peletier's!! wife wa1 lure cilliiig; toll t'p so high up !o high,
1'.1 1:11t\ unit the \iews i of the war depart The Japanese festivals are easily romembered I booms today" and they rue to talking I A when little bird the .spring.t chirping fiitti t.y,

... I l.:.l.' N 1.Ltdi'- illKNHi ---- went with respect to making the propostal :: first of first month the j about things tind 'l Ir!<. ptlh-tlcr: said\ And she built a. 'lice. nest tb... WiNG HOP r & GO.Inlpurtrrs

.. r:....ii I.,i ,41, railroad bridge! across the! Tom- new year: third of third month, feast i she was sit!k it was always just \s Her Juu did f\
.11. : ,r.t .. -tr mac near the site of the old! LOll of dolls, for gills; fifth of fifth month j terrible! to think) of taking any of her In the treetops, in the treetops, ,

I -.... .. bridge:: more ornamental in appearance feast of Wags; for bo.vs; seventh of j hll"IoII"i's -iIIihe, and tJ.t-n mamma I'p !oil hiI:h, up so high
.11.'a than was contemplated in the original tilth month, the day for the /god Sl'I'I'| said '( ih. but yids re an awfully great A little 1'ir.J wt .aitnWheo ( and Iimlera In- ,
I la n t x.' ., ,..,.t for the structure Secretary ninth of j deal > than if simmer. flitted by
plans goddess of love Tonalmta; ii'"rt hi'Uy \"ii VMMpreacher's a Chinese
\'1 I. .t c.'; .t., Fo happy atttr lead.ill"II. and Japanese
.1' Hoot: has had se\ eraI informal talk ninth monttht' "escape to the inoiiu- j wife. \t
."- i ..I I with Mr. Oassatt. president of the railroad :ain" the feast' of ('hQ' to take the m"llIc'illl' when you're 1 Fancy Goods

.. ., i.Ir.prr.'U company:, in regard to the matt The latter is not now anth..mum'l'1\ sick, hut a'ma'ker prnli I-\try In the trwtcps in the tat'ill, ,
r* i i :'ri inXtl and Mr. Ca"satt has practically Herald. I ;p ." Ii-:h. up co |high.A FINE
r. ser+ ed. !>UlI lr: CHINA TEAS
i ,i. I'. : Illtlp! bird &it aiming ;
.,. JIU I promised' to build u bridge! that will I ,
Wh n autumn flitted by.
; .. Thought 1 j 31 South Palafox St. :
., be an ornament: to the locality and in \lnnUcr 1.1La One liny nl n Tlnir.A Thin the lieu a\ta) so w:fily!
.r I' x.lrtllm,1.oJ shirr ofv harmony with\ the general scheme of ,, "Hubby, dear do jou know that we i i certain 1:111nlt with a serious ae-I To the ...ut b. 1 wonder wliylUliel Laundry Otlice. iVns.icola, Fla. .

nimii-rn park development' in the District, of will have been married! ten years nextTuesday : ': cident which necessitated a very I Vlamie Colson.Foley's .

t'1 w'ngbttsenldwg which Potomac paik. crossed by thE V" | fur o['('ration and many month ('1'11'1 I Hon-y :unl, Tar is best for

"'". H'MHl IIIx' railroad is an important feature, "Yt. : I realize that we are ;getting (1 finement to her, 1"11.a"s one of croup and whi.'pingeonethw contain- F. M. WILLIAMS

h Ign.! II bit lil[ h. In I.Inil tilt Uiirlil.Praise along and should begin to econo'ui/e I l'xl'llangfs.111'11 the phjsn-ian had. I Itlni..hc..1 no npi.Cci, Jin,) curetqnirkly. Careful ,

.. --- of the! District of Citlmnhi.iand for the needs of the tuture." ,I his work and was al-ont tak'i m"tltnk."l' it ill the lu'm-e.V CQNnWGTIW' : AND BUILDER
,e'.,.Je t .lot 1'Iab..rIt lr expressions: of h"pthat congressmay "It is not the future that I am think. ]II ing his: have the patient asked.! I, .\. I>'A !-inl)*-rte, I 121 I f-. l'alafox.1'UyIal.nulL'ruevralaght: ,

"' 1..101I Iok on the needs' of the! capital of lag about, but the preseut.-SeV: York i fur hllI..n;; shall I have to lie here !I .\tcay Estimates Promptly Furnished

'.U lit the nnt II n with the SIIIJI.alriulie lilyerdty Herald.! !I Ipless"! I end makes a -j'<,\,01,) end'.ll/u.'I1Ij and malls.tallai

N 1'1. >. ; which acti'atis the American lonliont lliunFf"If I ". Ih. only a day at a tint" was till'dll'I'ry I "l'I4'Ilor......".. I Itnildinge of All K n-1s. \

.\ i, > i si |,rn-. mind in this respect in every M-ctioii of answer And the poor s-itfen
i .buy nidiHH you. want to llIlJro'our comforted fur the moment I There win r.e .i renlariitrt",* '/
hotel lobbiesconstantly not only MODERN
III was
heard I
*-.. :f.S.JIni the country are mind.' said the sage; "as".1ciate only :he L'a\-: cr.a.Iedifal( ; ofvoly a DENTISTRY r
I as the sentiment of prominent but riany times through the MICci I
with persons who know more than you tbi B-i.rJ of Health Hc' v. -
. who to Washington.Colmiel I 'di'ig weary week did the thought; I ,. -AlMODERATE I I
come .
"I.! ..tll" hell do." )'ci! t sr ; on rat.t t j.- j I' -t:tDR.
., I 'Only a day: at a time.." come \back with !
.II 1"rI John Junes prominent "
Henry Vlciripit /h\aiCJi'
sIIt "P.ut if they follow the same rule are ':odlillv PRICES. I
1 yty.u; :-1.II '
.",'II. in the affairs: of :St. Louis. :<:I'S.. for instance sad tae of those who were learning; Its quieting influence. :. :rvited to attell'1. r ,

.G' 01 -"lIIpl1- lirtuIllfll. : "1 am glad timsress i is at length. wivlom: at his feet "n hat are t\ e todo I Il'hkuo E. F. PKlE, Call ail Marc Yonr leetl Inmi i .
.. a+loysr'" waking up to the possibilities of developing 'Iribune. I \lnriitini i 1'"rN'nMIIu"in's -. I. Preident.DK. ; 'I'Iof
1- 11 ; the nation's capital.! The (people ; -- ; II I ; expansion in Central .1sia islogical naiittf. W. C. DEW HE KY. and ;'et an, estimate of the, co-t :

throughout; the country are in entire Ills I'llolllllH. and inevitable. Sooner' or later Secretary. your work. ;. I
t I ... p"p..nuu. the r.ncl.ind: will have to tight fur her hold I
this city
O. with making
.u 10' .0lk.. \tlaprvlnll sympathy An exchange tells of a godfather: who DR. BOULTER
I ,..,.... Slur gUnlallI most attractive in the world" tincourse of the service nn India. Persia Is ear marked for, 'II GraJec fl'on1thc cheap- ,
when asked in 17> S. I'alaioi ..,
I :% y ) Hr- i IMrlare of l'rt'Mldt'nl Hint.Juhu what all Christians luia.-llt'rlill: Krcuz Zcitung. est to the very i (>|i|>i iie,
I 1..111111. "lllllull .V If he belieml'
: Narr.ti 1'1. art P.arrett. one of the delegates; hold as the essentials of the faith answered B"\\rl'al' Omi men's for ('atarrlt Ilia finest furniture at Marston

from the United States to the pan with enphasis. "I renounce Contain Mercury 4'$ Quina's.' CHOICESTOr 1 1i 1t i

I-1111'1"1...__.. American congress in the City of Mexico them all to the consternation of the AS ml'l''lIrwill surely d.trnthe '- I'

!...II tur .: iMistpuia.- 1 called on the president and presented parson and all the witnesses. sense of : smell and completely derange ,
X llt-M ili,.(u\f r}'. him with a large; photograph! IfI'rH.i'lIt the whole system when entering PEXSACOLA: Ii.
ii'-Vtr tau I.. CiUHinti- Poifirio Iljaz vf Mexico. it through the mucousurfaces.. f FRUITS A ANDCONFECTIONERY D
Favorite Nearly Everywhere. (
> I I..r. '""1 In. i
article, should! never be u-ecl
f a Sa This'! photograph was sent to President! mean. dulu-=-, de- Such
._. Koose\elt by President Diaz and It Constipation headache generally di- except on prescriptionfrom reputable ((1 CONSERVATORY( flf f MUSIC I : I
\.It C.C H .U..... contains in President Diaz's handwriting ordered pn''slOn. health DeWitt's Little physicians, as the damage they -AT'i
'i: :. '11.I1 i.r 1 Ili mints\ l.-Nanutarturrl: : Hate lotlrl the mo kindly expressions of Early Risers stimulate relieve the liver 4hi- ; can will Jo pos.ibly i is ten fold derive! to the from good E. O'L' CHAFFERS Director C. APOSTLE'S 1. ; : : ,

:TA W. Uo,rrnmrnl.1'ur friendly feeling: and warmest syiupai open" the bowels and Hall's Catarrh Cure manufacturedby ,
thy; for tills country and its executive.Mr. condition. safe and thorough Toledo 0"
i F. J. Chl'lIf'Co. ,
I ... Itarrctt was given charge of the They never iripe. Favorite pillHargis' -. contains no mercury, and is taken I Piano, Voice I Halt GoyemGflt SI F j l
"iiiicriilM bheprurd. Culture Violin :: r
..:NKKAI.M..-....-- .(..urmsnTd I>hutoc rapli by President Diaz.Ormnicj Sidney; Kahn.Everybody Pharmacy.: John internally, acting ,directly upon the Organ Cornet, Mandolin Guitar., Pipe ij
surface of the ,
.Urts ur.p.1. drblgna to a Ilrirrlrr. blood and mucous Cello, etc. Formerly Cordova Restaurant Htand Ii;
".ltl. u west Ur"llor Tbe has exercised clemency *y:tem. In buying: Hall's Catarrh ;
:.Mlmniul t president I.I'OInu'J11 has a runt; to a little Cure be sure you get the ;genuine.It : Alo Director Penacola Concert One carload of Pineapple at (1.75
I I.U\\'In,.- In the rasa of Private piece of this earth. Hut they mut i taken internally and i- made in to *?!.OO per dozen i !ttl'j J: \
---- Company' II, T'\ ('.lty-fifth infantry watch their Hand and Elite Orchestra. '
In1rrrt more fight for it. They must Toledo, Ohio, by. F. J. Cheney &: Co. litife
Horn! (colored), wha was canMCted\ by chance to it, and get it. i
'> fr cu and i
Music \PW SlOPl' [t'ur- :
.. fx Ucft liri-iiiry.ullm"UijtijiiK court martiur of desertion and of entering Thos. C. Watson & Co. tff :-Inltl by Druggi-ts.;:; price ';:>e furnished I C jlqllse 1

the service of the Philippine; insurrectionists have some particularly fine bargains per bottle. All Occasions. OlUlrinshingsand I r
and sentenced to be dishonorably invite Hall's Familv Pills are the hp"t.Foley's Decoration in I
: and they I
to offer jut now, Address: Escambia Hotel. vari' j j. !,
discharged, with forfeiture and investigate same. and #
' to come ( Tar
n 01\ a.1.'i. yoU can you Honey ety and at lowest
ipni' >.a- 'wr can of all pay and! allowances due him auJ You will never regret having done Studio : Parlors! of Fiat Baptist prices at
.."I ..' II" w. .ttRtrHuim' 'I to be hanged. CARL Scnort>aD. o. cures colds, prevents pneumonia. I Church. Marston $ tjuina's- 3


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i Nasal SOCIETY EVENTS "The Cup that Cheers,

t : I NEW.YORK but not inebriates," i N a line wr

CATARRH originally to apply to ten' t- -

t 11 la *11 iu itt cs tier ANDPERSONALS y expression! adapt itlf a.. w

; i boukl be ck&I1ImeM.L / V COMMERCIALFOR Coflee-if of the better gnu*.

; Elj'i Cream Balm J$ I II only kind we handle, We : .

t I c ...._,soothe?tnd heals to have
1 ( fM you rive *
I a tr'il
t the dtel.ed tueiq'jrane.: Jno. A. Preston of Jacksonville i is ;j with a good selection i
: I J' Itcar.ala..ballddI rtj BUSINESS MEN AND INVESTORS.The "f. .
in the V
I I city today.
IJ jr a Cod: In tLe | and Staple Groceries I'r .

V < j.Crritm. Capus King formerly of this city :, anteed at
t Balm i is pare: 1
> lie membrane aud 11 i'!...>rti<' L. Reliet u iiam Merchants' guests. I NEW YORK COMMERCIAL is a strictly Commercial Financialand

4, .-d.k'*tuid a cure follows. It i U out -IryingdwtBut Industrial newspaper. It is BUSINESS all through and a recognized Pat fdcNugh's
and children
':OduC er.eezlng.: Large Sue, Wt ctutt at DrutC ;- Mrs. J. L. Sweeney authority on business topics.It's ,
who went to New Orleans to enjoy j I
.' Size 10 mail.
: !tH T by mail!; ceoia by
I returned home the only National-Business-Newspaper, and maintains its own .
the carnival
yesterday I .
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Tj' ELY: BUOTlIEItS. Warren Street. New Tort : 'I" ,
.! I I afternoon. j I IIac" NEWS BUREAUS and business offices in all important trade centres I Corner Pabfox an f R.'n' .

"':\ Featherstone of Nashville, throughout the United States. Its NEWS SERVICE is largely exclusiveand I : :o't '

1: I'' BUSiNESS LEAGUE Tenn.. one of the most jovial of I goes into the details regarding business transactions, developments and The Government if I

.. travelling men is at the camb1a ,, enterprises News for the business man who has customers in all States- TRUSS FREE a irusa thai uuo ......y .. ilu $.z i I 't.J.V., 1 I :>. %i i..! ,
on one of his periodical visits. solute perfect truss that hoi U iTo .. ,: .. .. .. .."
i News of his customers and news of his competitors-News for the investor Introduce U quickly the li.v- .. V. 'n

ifVf :I I J, Clark Porter, who was one of I who holds or who seeks investments in undeveloped properties. Not the I ach State lie don't ask expect or want m"lII'y-lt' fr"I ,- .;! \ '.''' iii."
t t FEBRUARY MEKTING !i the guests at Winter Rest is the rook Maine.
I froth but the substantial news from all sections of the country.Its I
gue 't of J. C. Avery, Jr., until he -
settled in home. FINANCIAL service is particularly complete and includes daily reports I
can get a new | !
-- I from all the leading financial centres-New York, Boston, Chicago, i NOTES OF NOTABLES. I
I j Mrs. C. H. Jackson of Louisville, | MAHrnt\
,. ; H file regular meeting of the Young*I aud Miss Haldman of Detroit who' Philadelphia etc. It prints the FACTS in regard to investsments and admits I It Is said that President Roosevelt ,

i \ .i M.ri '; Uu-iness League was held' have been spending a few days In HO FAKE SCHEMES to its columns knowingly. Its NOTES and QUERIES i llways shakes hands with the engineernf ::, ----- 1
Tranertion' the ,
Ut Trf-ident Keller Secretary the city left last night for New Or- department is for the special use of its subscribers, and supplies them free ."t .
i.: uight, ( ) the railroad on which be rides. I I 2:;}.' p.m. l'1Ia' p ...ibljr flail .

[ I Chodte, Treasurer Ingrahaiu !!!i leans. with reliable information on investments and business subjects. I The lieutenant governor of the 'ana- j: until nritday.)

V \ aud A jucrum being Ilrt'"put. The I Ij I i Rev. A. H. Curry of Birmingham BUSINESS CHAIiCES.This is a new advertising department of the I Bian provinces of .\Iht'rta.'sinIlMJia, ,I (XIOKTYKor -

t.I j ;j"j"I minute of the meeting were will First conduct Pre-byterian the services church tonight.The ut tht. COMMERCIAL for advertising Business Opportunities, Investments, I ,\thaha:
t : read' corrected and approved. public is cordially invited to' Capital Wanted, etc., from all parts of the United States. They give excellent is the lion. A. E. I'orget. tljruLtl '

: .. 'r Communications were read and attend. returns because of the National circulation of the paper and its ; Lord Wolseley Is at present occupied or bit faiabsterehiD.: !'.,

substantial readers. I :In writing his military history of Creat; toV \V btfno
t ird rpd tiled from Ilou. rt. It. Mailory -I Dr. Y. W. Hensley and Mi-ses Iks- I
I ( Hon. J. 1'. Taliuferro and Hon.1 1 sie Sholl aud Edith Hen-ley of Teo-1 I Britain. He is also writing; his own II I 'Lr"-Kr"

i'' :"'. M. Sparkman, relating to matters ria, III., arrived in the city ytster- THE COMMERCIAL is THE PAPER FOR THOSE I memoirs and"will finish his "Life of I,' Span 9f Hiraan H.itlixliT. >. -

Jay afternoon and regi-tered at the Marlborough. n.."". l'un..l1./y A i (t fur I f.'r-
referred to them pectively at the Merchant. s It il.'HlH' ami tIt'lAr.h'r. .... : .; '.
la-t meeting. The secretary ill the i i WHO HAVE MONEY AND THOSE WHO I James C. Needham, a member of the 1 I.VIiiii' i (t ,.a"'n [stub.., .... 4
Martin house of representatives, was born at : tier i.""i> l.ouiit liens i I.
!'J if I I ,ib-iice of members of tho commit. Mr.VeIey Stoner of .
I'.imr: liuiiwiKlv A Co I it Mt V ,
Jacksonville i i- the guest for a few' j Carson City Nov., in nn emigrant;: wag-: .
: ;*., on manufactures, rejioi ted pro- WISH TO WAKE MONEY. Itl-'f: ft llewu tlmh.I.. fta.
days of Mrs. J. Marion Clutter j Dn, his being en' route across value $IS-.
: ,,rt-,,* on the action of Mitt commit- en parents I
route home for New Orleans, where the plains to California.
t tin matters referred t<> the same,
I ;.inj read a (communication from I she spent the carnival sea-ou. COUPON SUBSCRIPTION OffER i Major BIgcar! who saw service with THE: SIlIPI'I U.

I Mr. W.S. Limb: of Freeport. Ills. An interesting short tory from The New York Commercial: Is Isiucd "Every Business Mornloz"\ and the I the Canadian: contingent In "lIhC.. :

t l feinting to his recent viit to Teusa- ', the pen of Mrs Nellie Cravey Gill- : Subscription" Price b 5.00 a seat la idviacc -SO ami aooih. I rica: has been appointed to the command ,'I.u4Ii I $ I' I'. oj; I

,I cola for th. purpose of arranging to : more of this city Is printed "in the Will send as Trial for 3 MONTHS for i : of the Canadian army service i AaVtIiII ..
r..r ove )hi" manufactory of agricultural .
March number .
of the Hmart set I'8' H Mftobiafrom .Io".IIort \
V with the rank of lieutenant colonel.
I S I .00 if you RETURN THIS COUPON. corps
implimentwind engines, !
Col. W. D. Mann's popular maga; I4TIIA ..HII'-
" this city, which was ordered zine. .ziin D. a MAYNES & CO., 396 Broadway NEW YORK. I Span' Alicia. K*. l.**..rr..<... 1'I. I' I s
I referred to the: committee on manufactures William Gwln, the l'tJlort'llIllI'SSI'ng'f'r sit To
Supt. N. B. Cook is out of the city i..r fI"udlu.I: :4Cb.ILo.-r 1.\ I U
i with the: request of the who has served thirteen secretaries of '
Itch .t ( 0
I i League thit the commkUie gives' its j i this week and expects to be absent I state during the past thirty years.'car- tier 1"ul..llorli. "V'., K..h.I"1I I'> inDunvuxly
und until Saturday afternoon. lie is .t Co
earljatlention to the i
t .U.lle. !I visiting the different public schools. (l'ttlnj };n'n. The EnglUh riiennnnt. I des a gold watch Inscribed "From Wll- (.eF M;'rl".'r.I ,

V'I'h secretary: also reported the i along the line of the railroad be- In the crowd that rilled a Mulberryhtreet The pbensunt in England/ if not exactly -| liam M. Evarts to William Gwin, Feb A Co I iinuu loiS, NVolf. to itserI I m

I appointment of the sevHral uectious !, tween Pensacola and Flotnatou. | auction room were two Italians I indigenous. I Is certainly ('lIl'l'tulll-1 ruary, iy.)3.: ?' ;ian !o..r"nn" U..II."eruI 1'1, I'. .

if the! joint committee to I who watched the sale with interest and ly naturalized and though Miss Helle MacKinnon, who for several H".IIIIII"'MIY" Co
investigate originally:
I Within the next few days Mr. i : : I'Ipil"' I rtEUloln, KT,l'olon Is, It .
\i I I" I quarantine" matters, and the organization Dan Sullivan of this city will leave enjoyed the badinage/ for which the' from the Caucasus may after a thousand 'I I years has been superintendent of bit I CO"A'I.

Q of the. joint committee ; also : for New York and from thence toI I auctioneer is noted. One of the Italians or so jears of acclimatization\ 1,,- the mammoth knitting mills of her It Ah1or.111i.I' L'S i"n.a. .. ,

t I thn appointment of a special committee I Liverpool, England, for an extended I bid on some hon-ehold: article, looI..I'I11JIIIj as truly Ilritlsli. Tradition brother, Holt{>rt MacKinnon in Little her Co

if on entertainment of the trip. It is expected that the Falls, X. Y., has been admitted ns a It Blancbctto H4, Mortola' u.. R' ..
\ and it was instantly accepted.! I I'har8 has it that the pheasant: was brought; Hros
Florida l're-s Association all of
J'4 which iias heretofore been; made I will occupy about four month'stime. I "\\ the name4.! asked the auctioneer ,,, Into Europe by the .\r ..nant". It was partner In the easneern.employs Ullaocicln Kr\dio. 4H. K*inisuti'o .

he the salesliook. 1, probably introduced I into : 2,'M)() hn ntls. tIres
public.The as opened England by It I strata I., 7H.' l-fbi-rult to !It",",
report of the treasurer, showing Mrs. Rupert of 131): \Ve-t Intend l1I -'' 1'ietro Iiiuiiozella," answered the the Unmans.; It rrrtainly preceded the Dr. John 1'. Wood of CoftVyville. It CoroiiH. Hi.. Ik...... to iinl rNor

**> 17 ball on hand, was read i I cia etreet, received this morning aIiCkie buyer.: Xoimans. 'Tesant hen and I i' 'sm: at Kan.. who has just oelel.rnted bis else Co Hu\re Tb" \.mtn-u uW ,.

.&IIt! ordered filed.Cho contained: : from several South Africa which i I\ "oh. that's too lutuh! I'll put down cork" a.peareil III King Harold's\ bill i i hundredth birthday, is said to be the It HorHii. "'>1-,. IVII-rtn.i t.. I "

jreMdent announced the appointment Mlver tree and placed large in leaves the from;shape; a ,,1 'I'.';l Hilts. :"i"! cents.' You're on," paid <>f f.ire. Thomas a Ueeket is popularly :I aldest practicing phjsician in tli* It liift l.Hlwl.Kli; .M II_?UiA". w,'ear&..-. t.<>.1..11"!,- H I tNnr .' j 1

.of. the following "tndingltllflttee. of a valentine. The package was'fromjher 'I the atietionetr as he rattled: off the next' MlJ\>l'OM'd tf) L.i\c dined off a [.hc.maiit InorM. liLuving lieen III contlnuons practice It I.Inn. !"i, nrubfil'n. 5.. K. -... _
oi for th* current ; : I Nor.Mn.Tn. .
year son, ( eorge, who is now in article- The other Hali.-in bid enough the il.ty: lie was murdered. i for !:!'\'l'I1I'iht yi-ars. VA :Kllirtm.(I.
A 'ufacturV.. It. I'Vrriss, Cut ::10.orLIena7m.: l.undlh-ik i I'V
: IHUfIIl4 II., F. :S. Mellen, J.'. F. liinir.uni -' Mouth Africa. to secure the article, a nil his name was j In the- time of Edw.inl. the price of Mr. and Mrs. John It. -kefeller.. It Pi-nsucolu i.mubfin i" 1.,

: .. Will l i-her and :S'll: (J'ihn.Putilie i Hon. J. Earl: Hartridje of Jack- re'iIi"4t 111."l'atrkha. :I a I'hea-iint was! fotirpetuv, while wo>.l. j Jr., are both instructors in the Sunday LO Veronica, l"MI. $' h'SL ',,1'- 4ItItIN1lsp

;. Improvement* and Good -onville arrived lit night! and is I 1' lIlIh'aua," quickly ani | cock kit makes one's mouth water [ school of lie I'iflh1'11111' lt.sptistehitreh. | 1

: Iloa--J\-: i'. Walton, (chairman: -topping today with Hon. W. A. i i I !'wl'rl..llhl' Italian. I were but .1 f.irthiiiKS a pair. Two hundred I Now Yi rk city. Mr.'r itt t'trang.'r.Sli. l.nk.-..i.. ..

V J. Fr.itik T.,.,- <>r and J. Krne-t; l P.Iount.I :Mr. llartridge.: i; recognized |! 1t'lI." 11I11....-.. the auctioneer "that's jfiirs later pheasants had risen totwelvele'nee I \ is ibe leader of the I'.iMe' class: and \ II itt 11.- 5. I.H.-f.tl5iN,5kSo.III T. 11..HI, 'V 4Llll
n..rti.. as one of the leading letral lights of I I 1Il1f1""lr.. i". n&i ,H.MiTritt 1 -
':i II:011.1/ old name for a MilistiranJ! Itif tti'ii J. Florida and comes toVe Florida (VV'i>
; nni "
not though. i-enny. while snipes tiailil still It ; boys.
)\ nllwl.l .s I liver I rhurumii, J III>. E. for the (purpo-e( of en;{aniuj? in nn i' yours ; I
I "You I Iwia it isa .1 mine the had at dozen. > ls7. Ur.Cl.EAKEU; \1LKU; ,.UK rltll
Mllliiuiiaiiil Willis :M. 1 P. &11. important cae Murmnna.: He iii a was threepenee a I I r. Conan Iloy'a IMIFII in

Coin!t.rt'" and I I..irb.rV'iii. II. will go to Man inna tomorrow.Driviiui quick 1.'1l)'. "I"'Ut ita I is ag': oodi as 1'ea- i I .\s Ions agi as the time of Henry\ i and is a tall, heavily! built: man, whose H.MOLA

V I KIIO".I..hairlll.lII.o'lIIUIU( Clupleyia1 I ------ > nnta. You maka do fun uiilm 'taliano ',r VIII.I the pheasant, as it still does, ap i-pen air life Is evidenced in his face.He aT."HI.."

\ II. Itt Vtr.I ,.. Out flip 1:II"'Y | name: I maka fun wida Irish."-Ncw- plrt'ntl ly led to a "tip" though:; on a may jK-rhaps be best described astjpically AinxlniKl, I liutrli. *m furl Iklli-i' 1111 '.
I raimisiH Kr, lull, at 1 jfiif I'miiiii 7
I F.lltfort.lillll1..utJII'If'rntt., ark Call.: slImewhlllluw'r scale than now. "Ke- British.: T.efore .. .
Thee are the days' of colds, sharp ; ileioting; him < <*coorta. 11"n. .101I1u..lwlI. i

'na'rman.V.. S. ( I.uli..1dutI J. C. and sudden attacking throat and wanles for l.ryngyng;: of p'sents" iip- I ".-entirely to writing IIr. Itojle h:! 1 slit l 1 I'.irter. Forrt'. aUr. \fhtn. (,..r. slit l.a l I'alinit* I Ian
lungs, and leading to consequences pears in L'Estrnnge's:: "IlotisflioldI'.o.k been n ship's doctor a military d.H-tor, WlnitrtHt, Am SILt .-0... \ urk t --h .
., : 'I'r'IIt-p.brtati.n-J. M. Roberts,, : Mr. Houhlon, the Kndi-h: art! 01 e does not like to think about ; : :" "It'm to M Jr.ihl.II')' suit for i Jl'n'rall.rartililll\l'r In l IH ti! tow n and IIIIPHMcolo .
li :' !'alruuii. 1 U'bt. .\. Hyt and K. \V. Avoid further and lUht while hkeUhinc III the Alps, was one Aci'am It. Mil J.I l lVanloo. V
| expo-tire i .
brjncyiii of fe>.aunt M'ke and
: a ( iiij.WIXHK'Oi'ks : country and a \\imi>ole! street t..ecial
"wl..r.11II1II1nli"lI. 1 1. at ll''mhuriiAdel
the enemy of health and comfort IlaIII I M'arl'll"f a sintalile I I liack: :rull'id XVllJtll
diyt of Oe1obre. I"t.I .
J anJ rti-ing- i with Perry Davis' Tainkiller the J'0 : 1I"I...
: I (If dark I' lII's f..r a picture he had
H rity. .\rlll.trllll':. chairmaa: J. N. family tand-by for sixty years. It I planned\ lie found at last the precise in reward iiijtl.-Fllrtllihtl ito.Japnnce I <>, ( ..r."i..t AU'm Hay lai.
.lidrc W4 .tiul John DiMihtni. lew. THE FASHIONS. N ,
: conquers a cold in a day. See that Arizona "r. isu la Hri t il lai V
Rillroil I tnd ' Lines rt I situation he was seeking and best of I n -- Anna. drr. *lil llatrv J.IIII
get the right article. There is '
you I'.iii. at 1..1| Jan *
: ('"..ul l'h. etIrlitu. U. :McKenzie, but one Painkiller. Perry Davis'. : all, says Tit.Bits, there- happened tobe Porcelain Krpnlr I That we are to be clad in silk fromI'aster Anita H, ". 57i.:.t TrlT.Sv. -
1 MHI: .tiid I II H. lliorutoii. I a pretty detail in tlie li;:Ul't! of au In the iiit tiller of repairs those wonderful time on appears to be a foregone Anoilial Nor. .lil (txiio !>.Hl
Viuriiilni tu the by-laws w"reK. old woman in the foreground. followers of. principle and truthIn Atlantic, Nor, Arrndl I'IO- f
I conclusion. Carlpbll. !'\or. .1'1.\111.I ... Hmy Jati.
.opoicj. by KI L. lUuitll as fol- FIRE TRUCKS I "I asked the old lu.I) ." said Mr. art, the Japanese hare a lesson to The skirts are still; well shaped to the COitDatl..":-j, at Mart-lll.-. U, ,
I hw. : llouKltton, "to remain seated until I teach us. When a Japanese connoisseur l'unl'rBIC.or.. .14! l>lh .t Ju I u
.. rti' .. snail. figure tight to the knees and with agraceful M "fiB. It. sad falwrnio I'ec MMumtalcna.
cret.iry iilLuIttiate'y: I had made a "kl'teh' of her. &lie assented breaks, some precious piece of pottery Nor, .Id M."I.",|.>.. I',
flare of them fin
spou receipt bv him of tiny lotter or ; !, but III n few minutes asked me or porcelain! he does not throw It I below many Nordlyset. Nor, nM Kiui.. 1.:41'
; trier document for thn aoue,1 IN NESYQUARTERS'The \ ished with a flounce.! Nonlro .'.. < urn the ....inn over to the pr"1idtlnt.1"' how lout I should 15*'. 'Only about u away with disdain, neither does he try A pink negligee In cloth has a yoke "live Mount, It, silO taiio Jan UL'nibnrtol.It.tld
who nh.tll\ refer it to the couii.tittef quarter of an hour: I answered rcasurincly. *- to deceive the casual observer Into the Uruoa Jan II.yiuan
proper formed made
of tuck these
riucti comtnitt ntiall, prior I belief that it Is unbroken. Instead, he I squares he..Mi'S .M.

!. to theuet..dinr meeting ( provid- "Three minutes or so later she again has It Joined together, generally with very small and the lower part of thesleeve 11 M I.... A 10. .14 I.orll.od, M-
modern truck house for the Is finished with the tiny
P lug ten d
mch reference und such meeting), hook and ladder track and hose ansloty-If I should be much longer.! fracture is boldly shown and commented as with a cuff. Damiki. t'aihrr and *<>..

file with the secretary It.. report company No. 2, which was built expressly .. 'Oh. not long!' I answered. 'But on, as It were, by tbe frank exposition Some petticoats are made entirely of A story in told alxMit the tw'

upon nueli matters tnny have been&iert1 for use by the Pensacola fire tucked Bilk. The tucking on the skirt father and which
f why do you ask so anxiously of the method by which it Is made mases. son

of to It the II)attention that all matters of theIsruRU department, for which it is leasedfor ,. 'Oh. It's nothing.: she sadly answered good. Curious enough. a distinctly new proper runs up and down and on the trHtcii tie 1I'uunt relation >..' .
I'm and decorative effect Is In flounces around. The flounce Is further the two. The NOD tout written tJ* -
proper may hava proper and ten years, has been finished and 'only sitting on an antkllL' charmingly
I yunly aU..Ilt1on"fll. today the two trucks named took up most cases added by these Irregular trimmed with ruchings of the silk and *ucce sful novel, mid the father \II'

q .. chairman of each committee their newly assigned quarters. The -' --- gold lines, while the sense of craftsmanship applications of lace. him a letter of; wfi

J I or one of the member thereof shall The P heal i of Are.'.. Is tickled by the marvelousskill Most conspicuous among stockings is he began in tl1.! > formal m.n,.". <.'

.1 4 I :ttlbd each meeting; of the League. building was ready for occupancy In olden times a bird called a "phe- exhibited by the repairer In thus a pair of a violent flame red having a "Dear Sir. TUs letter throughout !...'

I Failure 1'1 to do upon the part of themflwb..rl' several days ago, but on account of I nix" was thought to lire lu the deserts welding together the two dissimilar large plain. medallion of black over the a. though addwsed to a. total mnngrt

V of any committee for twomeetings delay in having the proper wiring of Arabia. lILt lease of life was said materials. Truth Is preserved at no Instep and upon this embroidered a and merely thanked the aether for tb*

V .uc.ive shall be cause done, the building was not permanently to be 500 years, at the end of which loss of artistic beauty. Indeed, once few red flowers a little less brilliant pleasure the book had rH.o klm. Iiu
for then removal I
I The resignation from membership occupied until this morning.The time be built a nest of spices and fanned more It Is made clear that tbe two may I than the body of the stocking. mas au ana wl/f"J In tbU ru.imtr'

of I. N. lUder w.w mvl auJ ac building is up-to-date in every It Into a flame with his wings. ;'i always! walk hand In hand.Connois- Some of the flannel blouses! for Plr-I thajik you moat hMirtny far f> .

cepted. respect. It has all modern The flame reduced the bird to ashes, l seur. I dressy wear are most artistic with tbe kind Icttfr. Trabi. from you Inpr ".
f.r mAmhftr from conven-I out of which he to live another 1 fronts tucked /, .rlate.t tij mi, a4 I ha' .'..
Application* hip latest sprung relieved with an embroidery
iences of the
and It h>>iird of you a> the moist .ntbt*.''.' .
tri" following were read und on motion the firemen are delighted with their SH years. Hlchardson says that heI Requires Nerveto II through which a narrow black mlrrr of my fathrr. mho .11It l ....11.. ..

J I the by.1 LW4 wer waived by a j I Lad fifty orifices In his beak, through: stand the strain of nervous neuralgia bebe velvet ribbon Is threaded whilen pretension t/ tclngHuUcrtoe a ", ,,IL/ot.

uiunim tus vote, and the necretury' 1i 1 new quarters. It is a huge, two- which he sung melodious airs. pains in tke face, head or any t others coarse !lace Is judiciously em

instructed ti. curt the vote of the I, story atlair, having! ample acom- ,, part of the body These pain are I ployed.
,.. L.. igu! .> for their .clfctixn which was I I' modations for the two trucks and quickly stopped by the ue of Terry I to the NKWH IiI('

I d ins: Dr. I,. D'M. UUcker It. 1. |i crews and is. constructed in such an ,., If you want a nice present to give Davis' Painkiller. The relief is. immediate Ratlnic .R Or.n. week
it' H...."... artistic manner.. to f rr.ament' the to a friend go and look through the and lasting.!, Do not cutler I' When
i oranges are cut across and eaten
The '....1.u.. tht-n adjourned."I 1;: entire street. Colored window lights elegant line of suitable articles at a moment longer but ue the Painkiller ,
t with a >i >ooD bomewliiit of their \VKJCICLYFORBTEAM:
-itephens, find
surely '
I I are fitted in the front and stretchingover you can as directed. Avoid substitute : ,
something to If 'naturalness /it't'm. 1: >01'. It la an artificial -
\ 'uH I.K: *YMM(1 i1tf i the two doors are the words please you. you *, there is but one Painkiller DIVUIOKUAIIiWAY
"Ten-.acola Fire Department: ," in want anything in the Diamond line Terry Davis'. Price 2"c. and 50c. way of eating this fruit, but often

I Old 1 liinj* \\i,iiM nllh ,'"." hund-ome lettering, the new brick be sure to see him before you buy. liroes the most convenient The way ; Pt: s.\.A EI.ECTIIICTPIIWISAL; :

-tructure forming a very nice background -- In which the juice files Is one of the ;
( )tCf l'Uh It" wllfd ut.1 pplt'! .\ Itldillf' Making Epoch. ( ())tI'\\1'!
to the brunt zinc letters The mot reliable preparation for (drawbacks to this nieth'td. fly inking
ftrllt1" |l.bll'I' :ind tb 'n another. There hive been lush riddle Trims lar Pentacola for '. *
V t You niiiy ilt-pnid! 111'111111. if you are i Another good advantage: po,, eedby kidney troubles on the market i isFoley's eioehs\ at w a knife and cutting a little circle Karoo tilt tiiiyou \* rrlBilon.. II' I" '
the new hou-p. and in Cure. W. making: has been more ('-juM-ially in and Ion ..
1. wtfet* III hk.-r. -uidlMve Hilmentsin one which Kidney A. D'Al-I (aroninl the core in the center this tenilicy Harrao at
of tin" the firl'I11f'11"f.r\- much delight i*> emb rte. 121 :S. Palaf x. I rootle, and MU'h epo'hs wflulol'I't'lr! \ '.;., .. m. arrla al Port lIarr&l. S .
some of the orirans body, I of the Juice to fly is Inru'-iy! tounttTJcted. -
\ work.' You the ability to drive around and coin I tu oeetir at seasons of fre-li intelleftual I ice a. ni. attic. at harris i > a V
trit r\itle i< tlitinz: it1 lIe I Sijiiie fastidious jiHijik-'-\ ,'r l."Qp.m.arrlT al ton 8rrai ca'
j tu.ot |>re I.. tho-r tt i. or not by through t n-ar .f the buildup awakening. u\lm ftmeh there was (rut their Jewl I.Up: m. arts'w,. at url Ka f.t .
; ofinices across n -wr usa
i"avng it ot! f..r ten vlty-i or two without unhitching the horeTin" and ner I nt the first cliuimerin of new Intelleetual f\l p.m..rrlw..t hort Karrai. a.
"I dtl.. sMx>n, but instead cut tht-iu in iKhihawnli 'D-U'P m.arrlTnat
i' new arrangement "I: Port Karrai atTrami -
: aWawltll OSTiJTER''I'al.
trt-ek tit ti'uh it 4ifti>u iVtkC. from people I \light III tlie second half of theI '
Port YarrllC1
the preset-ut plan of the met" f. H try Ht.wilo t i the skin i on and sip the juice from '
i iUitiithi is 'wo ye.trt.i recoverMn cola at
ii'i' Ui" t.1 b.iek the trucks into t'lt' CElEBRATED >esof the HIt- I seventh century. This was the age of tht-M little
j I j ii- t fl '1'1,. I.-use; t..r It will1V1 i Aldhelm. bishop of :-:-llI'rIIlJrnl' the tir..' iiortion.s. __ ___ 7.i.a! m. arr'at Pn..< . when
: \fr.J W. Mt. .Airy N..l'., retaining from a cull and ian stn lutUen t he | The finet line of II."i p. m. arriT$ at a -
I Ill'I 'terlinsr silver
I c'ctllmiker advantage: huMily appr"'.at 'd. nrv.. rf.tore !n the roll of .Anlo-Iatin pt-eto.. I 2:<" p. m \rrlv> lit 'cilia "
"I ti>r :2" zood
H and silver
k \.r. to tht* novelties i* to b. .'"> .
;Mayor Jonereiire.eutin. I'' : "u- left a considerable! numlter" of enicmas p m 'Hrl.1 I'mit i. a
t V \ V_. About three'. .t.II Iul { tir.- -\ .1"111 and found at J. I. HtephenPrices topleae Tat p. m. arrl," at 1-.sac.a
I. ,..d grtMtly with pun it tlisi.ioa city by IIt.rllu..illll of th* com.i' i ,ur-. ill Latin hexameters' ami they have : all. '9.45 p m. arrlwat t."".a" tlm of haiuned: a contract with _\. \ r been r"lwah'tlI i \printed.Altlheliu 'h alarda y. oolr.
tt ''It-al t aii.t pit my V
4 uiy hJi :
I; t 4 ,&"l1i"'h. 1'1...... 1'1111" :11'lwut'dtl Cltibb- for a tenyearleae o' : -. '- .rpstOIl. died in IT'iO. Before his pnd your bicycle down to F. Ii. ,ARtr.ikWiLi h"-
I new building i at a monthly. ,tal iffli. DJs"p :a. lrue! and have it cleaned!
l'I1 : 'f.: up :'ItIi I Pene.ii 1
< t .bullt tlieillle tltn" C IVty. V time there was> a collection of I itin to rot f.arrao. at
tl I i nderd it f.,tlt-t. might) not or at $ io) Theo i.r. : -. 'II' Liver. a'-d I riddles that bore the name of Synipho- pair of M..r-m & Wrijrht brand newest )'''C'&col& to Natjr' > art' 11I.<1 "
'h ..i uuedptciti -- that ;Mr. I'entacoia to Palmetto It > ,.1 VSCSDAV
\: t' b. ttie litilt. ?.. be3th tin t''t of .itibb- It".. ;! hig-h rju ility tires put on, all for *-a r a
Fius. Of this work the date is
:. coiJ-'e. The! will keep the tlULC in tlr-t.t'\.I.i\ repair V VV wy i un- f\.N\ ). : .rHIU' III
1.a1i\'lut; pains Trou les and known.Ve onlknow that Aldhelm -- -.
and will make from time to I \\ h'nr""lh..r pi-run t. !
1:" t.1.: | b it W '1111 I bfg in t.) ucof- STOMACH
old would time all needed!: repair at no additiotul b s lIalari' lever !1 used it, and we may infer that it was \IAflcii' by utintJiuucj opin CUkPl'tLcaVs !
; ; I fe-f :i,:.nn the Mine puns fvoiaoola. Lw Fort Sir*. 54
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charge than the rental. Tnepreeut : Q 1 then recent The riddles of
i'.. bob up.' I bavf now b-en uiucI'04t11L11 : : and Ague. a product. l I a. m. la .
lease N held {urm.
with the your
forotne timn in pi tee of privilege Fyrapuosius were uniform in shape, 1 Ilk. m. II .
l of extension, but not with lure at Marston' p. m. Ip "
1 coilce mud am entirety cured of the I'' reduction, and the home of any fltliW NUTH '1e4. 1 consisting:: earn of three hexameter Oiiina's i p. m Up .
$1 n..nrall.1 of the stouuch and the ........ Great
I t\lJ t.e-rt'ctrull" ', truck is :setttled for at least 10 years - ---1 lices.Corchill: Magazine. Furniture Emporium. I p. m pm4p.m pa.

i tJurt. V j yet. NEITHER the captain, ownri I p. .. 5pm
V Mothers afely give Foley'sHouv j I, The front of the building has been nor consignees of the Shut out the winter winds- __ I p. m.f Up .
_ _German ss urlon will be The remnant of the '
children for: adorned with spacious wide rock 'rebponslble for Heinberg r4aIOIIVPD8T
and Tar to their debt contracted -
V oughs and cold, for it conuius cc driveways, and it is hardly probable. 1 by tbe crew V of said y iicl. Get your window glass and ,. Uros. &: Co.'s grocery ptock will be I aaolalo )Harraoeai l'sV, ..

V A,II that a more complete truckhouse, E. WOLFF. from the Willis Hard. j i sold by the assignee F. E. Brawner, Thraaalrszura---- -Sal-
: piatt'* or other polson.V. j .. bunwody A: Co., Capuin. outty j to merchants r.uoota to PsimetlO J'&fl
I j I consumers at sac-' __ "'
V'\ll.'mberte, 121 S. falato can be found nearby. I Consignee. ITlu "'.rL-___
ware rifice prices. Going fast ; call quick. 1'0 Inlilil reoelYIG altar Ill UL..

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